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) SALE NOW ON || AT LL. REES JONES, MARKET HALL CARMARTHEN. v"V'V-V'V-V'VV'v'V'vvvv Comprising Ladies and Children's Millinery, Flowers and Feathers, Laces, Embroideries and Trimmings. Special Reductions will be made in Ladies Costumes, Silk Coats, Dust Coats, Corsets and Umbrellas. Blouses of Every Description will be offered at exceptionally Low Prices. j A Large Assortment of Fancy Neckwear, Gloves, Belts, Hosiery and Underlinen to be cleared regardless of cost. Dress Materials, Household Drapery and Furnishing Goods, etc., at Greatly Reduced Prices. NOTICE I HOME SERVICE "V DURATION 0FTHEWAR. Any Man who has been enlisted and discharged since the commencement of the War, who wishes now to re-enlist in the Infantry for Home Service only, should send his name, number, previous regiment, and present address, to the nearest Recruiting Officer. A. H. STOODLEY, ELECTRICAL ENGINEER & CONTRACTOR GARFORTH, BARN ROAD, CARMARTHEN. 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Catalogues and Articles are supplied by any Iron- monger or Agricultural Implement Dealer. Sjl The V.; cishman's Favourite. | MAEON Sauce | As good as its Name, 4 5 DON X FAIL TO GET IT. 5 Manufacturers— BLANCH'S, St. P«tcr St., Cardiff. g -=- 1 WEDDING CARDS. Anyone requiring the above should, before placing their orders, send for our NEW SPECIMEN BOOK I CONTAINING THE CHOICEST DESIGNS CARDS AND PRICES SUITABLE FOR ALL CLASSES -+- W. S. MORKIS, Wholesale Grocer, Corn, Flour and Seed Merohant, O.A. BMAHTHEN. Nat. Telephone, 50. Telegrams, Morris, Merchant Carmarthen." SEND FOR PRICE LIST WATCHES & CLOCKS REPAIRED. JEWELLERY REPAIRED LIKE NEW. GILDING AND ELECTRO PLATING. HIGH-CLASS WORKMANSHIP. ESTIMATES GlVIEN ALL WORK GUARANTEED \T JOHN WILLIAMS Watchmaker, Jeweller, & Silversmith, 9 & 10 Lammss Street, CARMARTHEN' Established 1836. SALMON AND FRESHWATER FISHERIES ACT, 1907. TOWY, TAF & LOUGHOR FISHERY DISTRICT. TO OWNERS AND LESSEES of Fisheries, Salmon and Trout Licensees, and other persont interested. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Towy. _13l Taf and Loughor Fishery Board have applied to the Boaard of Agriculture and Fisheries for a Provisional Order under the almove-nientioned Act, containing provisions for the following among other purpobes 1. To define the area within which the Order it to apply. 2. To alter the constitution of the Board of Conservators. o. To provide for the imposition of contributions assessed on Private Fisheries. 4. The imposition of licence duties for fishing'for all kinds of fish. 5. To alter or abolish the maximum eoale of lioence duties. 6. To enable the Board of Conservators to acquire and work fixed engines, etc., and to limit the number of nets to be used in the District, or any part thereof. 7. To provide for returns to be made to the Board of Agriculture and Fisheries by persons taking fish within the District. 8. To extend the powers of the Board of Conserv- ators to make Bye-laws for the regulation of the Fisheries within their district, including among other things, the power to prohibit or regulate the use of nets or any specified kind of nets for fishing for Salmon in such waters within the District as be defined in the Bye-law. 9. To make such other modifications in relation to the Fisheries within the District as may appear to the Board of Agriculture and Fisheries to be desirable. Any person objecting to any of the proposed provisions should forward a statement of his objections to the Secretary, Board of Agriculture and Fisheries, 4 Whitehall Place, London, S.W.. not later than the 21st August, 191.), and should at the same time forward a duplicate of such statement to the undersigned. (Signed) C. H. MORGAN GRIFFITHS, Clerk to the Towy, Taf and Loughor Fishery District. 4 Saint Mary Street, Carmarthen. NATIONAL REGISTRATION ACT, 1915. RURAL DISTRICT OF CARMARTHEN. r|1HE Local Registration Authority for the Rural JL District of Carmarthen invite applications from persons (Male or Female) willing to act gratuitously in any Parish as Enumerators in the preparation of the National Register. The forms are to be delivered in the course of the six days immediately preceding the 15th August, and collected by the following Wednesday. Names and addresses of Volunteers should be sent by Friday, the 30th instant, to the undersigned, JOHN SAER, Clerk to the Local Registration Authority. 7 Hall Street, Carmarthen. GOD SAVE THE KING. TO ADVERTISERS. PREPAID SCALE OF CHARGES FOR ADVERTISING IN THE to REPORTER. No. of One fhree I Six Words. Insertion. Insertions. Insertions. s d s d d 20 1 0 2 3 3 6 28 1 6 3 6 4 6 36 2 0 4 0 44 2 6 4 6 6 6 The above scale only applies to the "Situations To Lets, "and "To be Sold by Private Treaty" closes of Advertisements, and must be paid for in advance, or the ordinary credit rate will be charged! HALFPENNY STAMPS, or Postal or Post Office Orders, payable to M. LAWRENCE, at Carmarthen, Replies may be made addressed to the Reporter Office, and will be forwarded to advertisers when stamped envelopes are sent. GROCERY—Smart Improver or Junior wanted immediately.—Apply by letter, giving refer- ences and wages required, to Industrial Co-Operative Society, King Street, Carmarthen. IN MEMORIAM CARDS—We have a large and assorted stock to select from. Prices to suit all clastice.-Repoi,ter Office, Carmarthen. JAMES JONES, Billposter and Advertising Agent for Kidwelly and neighbouring Villages. All work duly executed. Address Station Road, Kidwelly. 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LOCAL WAR ITEMS
LOCAL WAR ITEMS. Mr W. D. Williams, solicitor. Carmarthen the junior partner of the iirm of Messrs Walters and Williams) has left to join the 3rd/4th Welsh Regiment, in which he has ob- tained a commission. From the "Gazette"—South Wales Bor- derers, 7th Battalion. Temporary Sec.-Lieut. Lawford Charles Gower resignes his commis- sion. ft*# In the hope o 1 bidding adieu to relatives in the lst/tth Welsh. a number of Llanellyites journeyed to Bristol late on Friday night, and also on Saturday, but they were doomed to disappointment, as the Terriers did not put in an appearance there at All. • •• The Rev A. Fuller Mills has received a wire from his son Jaok. who was serving in the Australian contingent at the Dardanelles. Mr Jack Milk is in hospital at Ci,iro, having re- ceived a bullet in the shoulder. In hospital. he has met Mr Edga.r Morgan, another Car- marthen member of the Australian contingent
Obituary. MISS LIZZIE M. -AMEL. Mies Lizzie M. Daniel—daughter of the late Mr Henry Daniel, butcher—died on Saturday at Gwynondale, Barn-road, the residence of her mother, Mrs Daniel. The deceased was a well-known soprano, and a prominent mem- ber of the Carmarthen Young Choristers' Society. She had been ill for nearly twelve months, and was 22 years of age at the time of her death. The funeral which was private took place at Carmarthen Cemetery on Thurs- day, the Rev Pari-y Griffiths (vicar of St. Peters) and the Rev liar Edwards (curate) officiating.
The Churches. Special services will be held at the English Congregational Church on Sunday next, when the Rev R. Sirhowy Jones, Jones, will preach. The first two of the series of six early morn- ing services of intercession were held at the English Baptist Church on Monday and Wed- nesday mornngs. and both services were well attended. At the close of the service on Wednesday morning the congregation sang the Dox,ology on the news coming to hand of the termination of the coal strike. The Rev W. D. Rowlands s to conduct the 8 a.m. ser- vice on Friday morning. • ft* The Rev D. M. Davies, Waunarlwyd. the new stcretary of the Welsh Congregational Union, is a native of Carmarthen. A student of Bala-Bangor College, he entered the minis- I try at Briton Ferry in 1897, and later accep- I ted a pastorate at New Quay, which he left in 1903 for Waunarlwyd. I On Sunday, the Retanon Brown dedicated two stained glass windows in Cnrist Church, Carmarthen, which Mr C. H Morgan Griffiths has erected to the memory of his father, the late Mr W. Morgan Griffiths. An interesting letter from the Rev Waldo Leie. who is doing Y.M.C.A. work for soldiers on the South coast, was read to the church at Penuel on Sunday. Mr Lewis is in excellent health, and he and Dyfnallt who are together are deeply interested in the work. Dyfnallt returns home this week, and is expected to preach at Lammas street on Sunday.
I t I Stitch in Time
t Stitch in Time. There is an old saying "A etMich in time sared nine" and if upon the first qmiptomi of I anything being wrong with our health we were to resort to some simple but proper means of correcting th* mischief, line-tsnlhs of the suffering that invades our homes would be avoided. A dooo of Grilym ETtow* 1 Quinine Bitters takon wfcen j >J feel the leant bit out of sorts is imt th* t I-gtitob in I time." You can fet Gwilym L ans' Quinine Bitten at any Chemists or Stotio in bottles, 2a Pd and 4a 6d eaoh, but nmeniber that the only guarantee of genuine!-flu is the name "tiwilym Evans" oa the la el, stamp ane bottle, without which none r te- genuine. Sole Proprietors: Quinine Bitten Manufacturing Compaay, Limited, L'anclly, Booth Wale „
I Carmarthen Board of Guardians
Carmarthen Board of Guardians. The fortnightly meeting of the Carmarthen Board of Guardians was held at the Guildhall on Saturday. Mr J. J. Bowen, Llangunnock (chairman of the Board) presided. MASTER'S REPORT. The Master reported "Divine service was conducted in the House on the 4th July by the Rev John Williams, Hafod. on behalf of Lam- mas street Congregational Church, and on Sunday, 4th July, by Mr D. B. Jones, Cross 'Hands, on behalf of Penuel Baptist Church. The number of inmates in the House on the last day of the week was 51 against 57 for the corresponding period last pear. The number of casual paupers relieved during the fortnight was 41 against 63 for the corresponding period last year." OUTDOOR RELIEF. The reports of the reliebng officers showed the amount of outdoor relief distributed during the previous fortnight ending on the previous Board-day to have been as follows -.—First week: 627 paupers, a decrease of 12 as com- pared with the corresponding week last year; expenditure, JE95 lis 4d, an increase of jE5 16s Id. Second week: 629 paupers, an increase of 13; expenditure, t83 16 9a, an increase of £ 5 7s 6d. TREASURER'S REPORT. The Treasurer's report showed the balance in hand on the previous Board day to have been 1.3,494 5s 4d. A RESIGNATION WITHDRAWN. A letter was received from the cook at the Workhouse asking to be allowed to withdraw her resignation which she had sent in at a previous meeting. lvev J. Herbert: I move that the matter ta/ke ita course. Since you have advertised it would be unfair to those who have applied. Rev A. Fuller Mills: I beg to move that we aeoept the withdrawal Mr J. Jones, Plas, said that lie thought things should now take their course. She could be an applicant for the post again. But he did not think it was fair to allow the resig- nation to be withdrawn after the advertise- ment had been issued. The Rev A. Fuller (Mills suggested that the House Committee consider the matter and decide what course should be ta'kcn. They had a cook who had given satisfaction. She sent in her resignation at one meeting and withdrew it at another. He had been a Guar- dian for 15 or 16 years. He knew what fuss there had been in the past. There is a court of appeal beyond this Board and that is the Local Government Board. Mr Stephens suggested that the cook should be asked to pay the cost of the advertisement. Mr J. Patagonia Lewis said this kind of thing had happened before; but no question was raised as o paying for the advertisement. It was decided that the withdrawal be accepted and that no question be raised as to the cost of advertisement.
West Wales Sanatorium
West Wales Sanatorium. A WELCOME SURPRISE. A meeting of the Governors of the West Wales Sanatorium was held at Carmarthen on Wednesday, Mr Mervyn Peel. Danyrallt, presiding, to consider a resolution passed by the old Executive Committee that a sum of £ 2.400 which stood in the bank to the credit of the institution be transferred to the King Edward VII. Welsh Xational Memorial Asso- ciation, who had taken over the Sanatorium as part of the national scheme. A letter was received from Mr Dudley Drummond suggesting that the money should not be handed over, as they did not know wha developments might take place in future. The Rev A. Fuller Mills moved that the governors accept the resolution of the Execu- tive Committee. The Mayor of Carmarthen (Mr John Lewis) seconded, and the motion was carried. Mr D. W. Evans. Cardiff, who was present on behalf of the Memorial Association, thanked the Governors for the money, and said it came as a, very welcome surprise to the Association. He wanted the people of West Wales to know that the money handed over was going to be utilised in a manner which this country had never attempted be- fore, and that was by providing treatment at Llanybyther, for patients suffering from glan- dular tuberculosis. There were two institu- tions in America where patients suffering from glandular tuberculosis were treated, but as yet there was not one in this country. Referring to the death of Mr P. J. Wliel- don. treasurer of the West Wales Sanatorium Mr Evans announced that it had been decided to erect a tablet to his memory at the insti- tion, and one of the wards would be called Wheldon's Ward The Chairman said they were extremely pleased to hear that the name of the lilte Mr Wheldon would be perpetuated at the institu- tion. A vote of condolence was passed with J'e family of Mr Wheldon.
West Wales Asylum
West Wales Asylum. On Wednesday a deputation consisting of Alderman W. iN. Jones, Mr Hy. Evans. and the Clerk to the Visitors (Mr Wallis-Jones) waited on the authorities at Whitehall in re- ference to the stoppage of work at the Joint Counties Mental Hospital, Carmarthen. Jt appears that £2,000 has been already séu « n new buildings, and there was £ 2,000 worth of materials on the ground, while another £ 2,000 would enable the completion of the building. An order from the Local Government Boarl however, stopped the work. The deputation, which was introduced by Mr Towyn Jones M.P., and Mr John Hinds, M.P., represented that the stoppage of the work would meui a loss of about £2,000 and they asked that t! e work should continue. Mr Hinds and Mr Jones received a letter from the Home Secretary saying that the ex- penditure would be allowed to coma.ve the laundry, and that if there was anv further difficulty he would communicate with the Local Government Board and the Treiuuy on the matter.
Arbitration Award. The award of Mr John Jones the arbitrator appointed by the Board of Agriculture for deciding the disputes concerning Maesdulais farm, Llanddarog, between the late tenant Mr Gwynne Daves, and Mr D. D. Harries, has now been published. The arbitrator awarded the sum of L92 lis 2d payable by the land- lord to the tenant less the sum of £45 12s Id awarded in favour of the landlord upon his claim. The arbitrator's costs amounted to L9 12s, and he ordered the same to be paid as to one third by the tenant and as to two- thirds by the landlord. The hearing took place on the 21st day of May, 1915, at the Nelson Hotel, Carmarthen, and lasted a long time. Mr T. Howell Davies, solicitor, Car- marthen. appeared for the tenant, and Mr G. Kirkhouse Jenkins, barrister-at-law, Cardiff (instructed by Mr W. Price Williams. solici- tor, Carmarthen) appeared for the landlord.
Preachers next Sunday at Carmarthen Places of Worship. UNION ST. INDEPENDENT CHAPEL. Mr S. D. Griffiths. LAMMAS ST. INDEPENDENT CHAt'JGL, Rev J. Dyfnallt Owen (pastor). BABELL, PENSARN. Rev D. P. Rhydderch, Liandi-lo. BETHANIA (O.M.) Rev J. D. Symmons, Fishguard. PRIORDY INDEPENDENT C :APZ& Rev E. Keri Evans, M.A. (pastor). PENUEL BAPTIST CHAPBL. Rev B. James, Cross Hands. TABERNACLE BAPTIST. Rev E. U. Thomas (pastor). WATER ST. O.M. CHAPEL. ,1(ev lP,hilip Jones. ENGLISH CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. Rev R. Sirliowy Jones, London (special services). ELIM. Rev D. Roberta, Elim. ENGLISH WESLEYAN OHAPEL. Mr A. S. Wildman (morning). Mr H. J. Jones (evening). ZION PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. ENGLISH BAPTIST CHURCH. Rev Gwilym Davies, M.A. (pastor). ERBNEZER WELSH WESLEYAN HAEL. Rev J. Meirion Williams, resident minister. LIST OF ANNIVERSARY SiEAVICES. 1915. July 25.—English Congregational Church, Sept. 19.—Bethania. October 10.-Priordy. Nov. 21-22.—-English Congregational Church Dec. 12.—Zion Presbyterian Cliuroh.
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LLANDILO. WEDDING.—There were considerable mani- festations of rejoicing on Wednesday morning last-in the way that railway men have of doing it-at Llandilo and Ffairfach railway stations. The occasion was the wedding of Mr Harris, the stationmaster, who was that morning joined in matrimony at the Taber- nacle Chapel to Miss Rachel Jones. daughter of Mr WM. Jones. Rhosmaen. The Rev W. Davies, pastor to bride and bridegroom, offi- ei-ated Later on the happy pair left by motor car for Llanelly, en route for London, where the honeymoon is to be spent.
LLANDOVERY. THE death took place on Wednesday of Mrs Mary E. Morgan, of Llwyncelyn. Llandovery, the widow of the late Mr David Morgan, of Henllys, Llandovery. The deceased, who was about 60 years of age, was a native of the dis- trict, and was highly esteemed. She had been indisposed for some time. She leaves ten sur- viving children. Her elder son is Captain D. Hughes Morgan, Mayor of Tenby, whilst her younger son. Lieut. Cyril Morgan, of the 2nd South Wales Borderers, is now serving at the Dardanelles. The funeral takes place on Saturday at Cilycwm. where her Iato husband was interred.
Volunteer Training Corps for Llandilo
Volunteer Training Corps for Llandilo. A largely attended meeting was lield at II, e Town Hall, Llandilo. oil Wednesdav evening for the purpose of hearing addresesr b-aring on the formation of a Volunteer Tiaining Corps. in the town. Dr R. Jones, chairman of the F roan District Council, occupied the chair. Sir James Hills-Jobnes, V.C.. G.C.B. wrote to express his regret for his inability to be present. The movement he described as a splendid one giving every man something to do. The Registration Bill was a grand bill. He hoped idiers.would accopt the call as their summons. It unheeded he hoped tliev would be compelled to join. The Chairman explained the object of the meeting. There had been a preliminary meec .ing in which it was decided to go in tor the Corps. They elected Lord Dvnevor as Com- mandant, a committee was formed, and Mr J?n^- L; and P. Bank, was elected secret a rv. ihe Chairman thought the time was come when every man. woman and child must do something to end the terrible war. He had pleasure in calling upon Mr Dudley Williams Drummond to address the meeting (applause). Mr Dudley Drummond descrilied how the movement had commenced in the county. Jt was due in the first place to a letter lie had received from Sir James Hills-Jolines. Men like himself felt in joining such a corps they would be doing something tohelp in the strug- gle. In Carmarthen town it had been taken up well, and the Coy. was bounding along most happily and satisfactorilv. All were keen for their nightly drill. Tliev had i bout 140 and were coming in in ever' incr^isin
TUMBLE. A new hall and workman's i nstitute wa* opened at Tumble on Saturday. The build- in comprises hall, billiard room, committee rooms and reading rooms. It is lit by elec- tricity. At a meetng in the afternoon the Rev B. James presided, and speeches were made by Mr J Waddell. Revs D. ,J. Lewis. B.A.. and T. M. Price. Messrs D. F. Davies, M.E., J. I rename. E, R. Lewis and S. O. Davies. Jn the evening a concert was given by the Ebenezer (Swapsea) Male Voice Choir under the conductorship of Mr T. Turner lliomas.
Corpl. duller, V.C.. when telling the men in a recruiting meeting at a menagerie at risliguard on Monday that if they were not ht to die they were not to live. 'When chal- lenged to enter a cage containing two African lions fuller threw up his cap and calmlv en- tered the cage. Amidst tremendous excite, uieiit lio stroked the lious,