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OPENING AUTUMN SHOW IN ALL DEPARTMENTS, OF Noveltiesfoi- Autumn mid Winter Wear. r We particularly wish to mention our COLLECTION of NEW FUR MODELS which are all CAREFULLY SELECTED AND HIGH-GRADE SKINS. The striking NEW MILLINERY FASHIONS °a.ro well represented, in addition to the more extreme Models. Many skilful adaptions, equaily chic in their way, produced by their way, produced by our own Milliners, will be offered at strictly moderate prices. A VISIT OF INSPECTION IN SOLICITED. HENRY THOMAS & SONS 2 GUILDHALL SQ" CARMARTHEN. i-r ryu—< « PLZABE NOTE- We are Agents of Burberry's 6° Durward's Conduit Coats. Anti-Aircraft Searchlight Companies, Royal Engineers. QUALIFIED MEN with knowledge of internal combustion engines, or any branch of Electrical Engineering. between the ages of 4 L and.47, are URGENTLY REQUIRED for above. Personal application should be made to the Chief Recruiting Staff -Officer, Great Scotland Yard, Whitehall, London, S.W. G VRr R THE RECRUITING OFFICER, CARMARTHEN, asks for INFORMATION regarding the following men, as to whether they (a) have joined the Army (b) are excepted from the provisions of the Military Service Acts, 1916 (c) are in possession of a definite certificate or badge exempting them from liability for Military Service. (d) are in a reserved occupation (e) have moved to another district, &c., &c The above information is required to complete records in Recruiting Offices and any communication WILL BE TREATED IN STRICT CONFIDENCE. Group System No NAME (SURNAME lIRST) AGE. LAST ADDRESS. or Military Service Act 1 Jones, David Samuel 20 years Penlan Voss Farm, Carmarthen Cla.Js 3 2 Jones, J. R. Bont Farm, Abergwili Class man 3. Payne, Frederick iS Penybank, Velindre, Henllan Class I 4 Peters, Ben 3S 28 Mill-street, Carmarthen Class 21 5 Kirk, John 38 Water-street, Carmarthen Group 21 6 Jones, Jenkin 39 Lleithi, Rhydargaeau Road, Car- Class 22 marthen 7 Thomas, David 18 Llanchynadda, Llanllawddog Class 2 8 Williams, J. H. 26 Llain Cottage, Forest, Whitland Class 32 9 Wilson, C. W. 38 Glyn Cottage, Henllan, Whitland Class 44 10 Davies, W. 21 „ Tynewydd, Whitland Class 27 II Varley, J. H. 29 Upper Newton, St Clears Class 12 J2 Hamlet, J. W. II, 40 » Church House, Llangain Class 46 13 Evans, Benj. 20 „ Cilerny Farm, Abernant, Talog-road Class 3 14 James, G. 32 3 Castle-street, Newcastle-Emlyn Class 15 IS Evans, Benj. 22 Aberhelen, Newcastle-Emlyn Class 28 16 Thomas, Thos. 22 Moor Farm, Whitland Class 5 "17 Davies, John 18 Blaenhelen, Newcastle-Emlyn Class i 18 Cottrill, F. P. 37 Blaencorse, St Clears Class 43 19 Lewis, J. 25 Lletty Tirion, Waterloo-terrace, Class 8 Carmarthen 20 Thomas, A. R. D. 36 „ 3 Chapel-street, Carmarthen Class 42 21 Morgan, Ch. 19 6 St. Catherine-street, Carmarthen Group 2 32 Stephens, E. 17 6 Barn-road, Carmarthen Class A 23 Thomas, James 22 Glasfryn Farm, St Clears Group 5 24 Davies, David John 35 Half Moon Hotel, Carmarthen Class 41 25 John, Herbert 27 (Engineer) Lanteague, Whitland Class JO 26 Davies, Thomas 19 „ Llanslymeddi, Llanllawddog, Llan- Class 2 pumpsaint, late of Penybank, j Llanpumpsaint Denv, Mydrim, St Clears, late of Class 19 27 Thomas, Harold 36 Gwelfryn, Cwmmawr, Tumble Late of Glasfryn Farm, Llangun- Class 3 _0 Tnnlrra 1\ lfrpr1 in norlr 1r1;<('hrapr1 c:nlr1i;>r\ :iO I "'l".IJI I .a ,v"ó" I AUTUMN, 1916. Misses LEWIS & CLARES Showrooms are now complete with a full range of High-Class Millinery, Furs, Umbrellas, Veilings, Cfc. gs Cavendish House, 4I King Street, CarllZartheJt, I BOOKBINDING. Established Over Fifty Years. D. TITUS WILLIAMS BOOKBIUDBB, Etc., I CHAPEL STREET, CARMARTHEN. ~r The Best and Cheapest House in South Wales for all Classes of Binding. Those who are taking any Histories of the War in parts, should get them put into cases or bound before they become torn and worthless. Books bound in Publishers Cases at Publisher's Prices. — • — =: BOOKBINDING TO THE TRADE. BOOKBINDING." I P, The Welshman's Favourite. £ 0, .MABON Sauce I § fV" As good as its Name, i fe DON'T FAIL TO GET IT. S Ma.Hu/acturert—BLANCH'S, St. Peter St., Cardiff. 9 W, S. 1\10 R. hIS, Wholesale Grooer, Corn, Flour and Seed Merchant, O.A. :tY1:AR'I'HEN. Nat. Telephone, 50. Telegrams, Morris, Merchant Carmarthen." SEND FOR PRICE LISIl I I IN MEMORY OF OUR FALLEN BRAVE. REGIMENTAL MEMORIAM CARDS Can now be Supplied Stamped with any Regimental Crest. B PLEASE ASK TO SEE OUR SPECIAL BOOK. | "Reporter" Office, 3 Bine Street, Carmarthen. I I WE ARE BUYERS OF f D POTATOES. < Please quote lowest price and quantity, | Free on Kail Carmarthen Station in our bags, which will be sent on hearing from F you If Potatoes are sent in your bags v 2d each will be paid for them the same g time as the potatoes are paid for, or will be returned if desired.—Apply, f EDWARD ENGLAND, LTD., | Potatoe Importers, North Dock, « S~W_A IsTSEA < ( NOW IS THE TIME TO SELL OLD GOLD AND SXLVBB Cash sent or offers made by return | for articles sent by post. Best Prices Paid. t John Williams, I WATCHMAKER, LAMMAS-ST. CARMARTHEN. Established 1936. WEDDING CARDS. Anyone requiring the above should, before placing their orders, send for our NEW SPECIMEN BOOK CONTAINING THE CHOICEST DESIGNS (JAHns AND PKICES BUITABLK kruti ALL CL!\fl81;:g TO LET An old-established GROCEIZY SHOP with ample Dwelling room-if desired—, former- 0 ly occupied by the late W. S. Morris—Apply Mrs W. S. MORRIS, 25 Bridge Street, Carmarthen PRELIMINARY LIST. LLOYD & THOMAS'S AUTUMN SALE FIXTURES. Fri., Oct. 6—NEWCASTLE-EMLYN MART Sat., Oct. 7-PLASBACH, Newchurch Mon., Out. 9—RHIWFELIN, Abergwili Tues., Oct. lO-LLANUYSSUL MART Wed., Oct. 11-CARMARTHEN MART Thur.. Oct. 12-CWMAU-UCHAF, St Peters Fri., Oct. 13-CRYGAN, Llandefeilog Sat., Oct. 14-PEDIGREE SHORTHORN BULLS, Carmarthen Mart Mon., Oct. 1(;-DANCAPEL, Llangeler Tues., Oct. 17—PARK NEST, Newcastle-Emlyn Wed., Oct. 18—CARMARTHEN MART Thur., Oct. ID—BLAENIGE, Conwil Fri., Oct. O-NEWCASTLE-EMLYN MART Fri., Oct., 20-Special Sale of SHORTHORNS at Newcastle Emlyn for Mr Jones, Coedpertbi, at 1.30 Fri., Oct. 20-Sale of Brecooshire COLTS a.t New- castle-Emlyn for Mr H. B. Evans. Pontcarreg, at 3. Tues., Oct. 24—LLANDYSSUL MART Wed., Oct. 25-CARillARTHEN MART Sat., Nov. 4—Sale of Non-Pedigree Bulls at Carmar then TO ADVERTISERS. PREPAID SCALE OF CHARGES FOR ADVERTISING IN THE "REPORTER. No. of I One Three Six Words. Insertion. Insertions. Insertions, s d d s d 20 1 0 2 3 3 6 23 1 6 3 8 4 6 36 2 0 4 0 5 6 44 2 6 4 6 6 6 The above scale only applies to the Situation", To Leti," and" To be Suld by Private Treaty, clases 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. LAWRENCK, at Carmarthen, Replies may bo made addressed to the Reportei Office, and will be foiwarded to advertisers when stamped envelopes are sent. FURRIER, first class, Reinodeli, Cleans and JL Repairs Fur garments of every sort; charges moderate.—Apply, S," Office of this paper. JAMES JONES, Billposter and Advertising Agent for Kidwelly and neighbouring Villages. All work duly executed. Address :—Station Road, Kidwelly. TO LET—A Large Stable and Hay Loft on Pot- house. Possession 2!)th September.—Apply, Mrs Harries, 16 Magazine Row, Carmarthen. TO LET a fully licensed free Public House in centre of Carmarthen.—Apply, Lloyd & Thomas, Auctioneers, Carmarthen. WANTE D, STOKER; also General Labourer capable of qualifying as Stoker.—Apply, Manager, Gas Works, Carmarthen. IN MEMORIAM CARDS—We have a large and assorted stock to select from. Prices to suit all classes—Reporter Office, Carmarthen. VISITING CARDS from Is 6d for 50; Priuttd on Ivory Cards.— Reporter Office, Carmarthen. V17EDDING CARDS-Prices and styles to suit VV all Classes. Speciment Book, containing the Latest and Choicest Designs, sent on application.— Rtvorter Office, Carmarthen. WANTED, Expert Menders and Knitters also Apprentices to learn Mending and Winding. Wages paid soon to Winders, as work is quickly learnt.-Apply, Myrddin Hosiery Co., Carmarthen. WANTED, Strong clean Woman to assist in Kitchen. Saturdays and Fair Days.—Burgess, Nel-jon Hotel, Carmarthen.
SUCCESS.—Mr Basil S. Finch, son of Mr and Mrs Finch, Nott square, has just passed with distinction in several subjects his first test in the Polytechnic Engineering College, London. Last January lie passed the entrance trom the Old College School. Appended is the result as given in the calendar of the Instiution — Fincli, Basil S.—Practical mathematics, geo- metry, applied mechanics and heat engines (pass), machine construction and drawing (first class), workshop practice and processes (pass), chemistry, theoretical (first class), physics, theoretical (pass). All the subjects were examined in the same week. We con- gratulate him on his success. OWING to the Lighting Regulations and the alteration of "Summer Time" to Greenwich time Messrs Davies and Sons, Jewellers, Guildhall Square, have decided to close their establishment at 6 o'clock p.m. on week days (except Thursday which is the half-day closing day and Saturday which will be at 8 p.m.). Messrs Davies and Sons trust the public gener- ally will kindly take notice of this alteration in their closing time.
ILLNESS OF MIL T JONES PENRONW
ILLNESS OF MIL T. JONES, PENRONW. We are sorry to learn of the illness of Mr T. Jones, County Councillor for the Conwil dis- trict, who has been in ill-health for some time, and his condition during the last fortnight has been such as to cause tho greatest anxiety. We trust however that with medical treat- men he will soon be restored to his usual health
The Churches. A special harvest thanksgiving service will be held at Parky velvet Unitarian Chapel on Sunday evening next at 6.30, when the service will be conducted by the Rov Philemon Moore, B.A. (pastor). ••• Many Welsh towns haive agreed to start their Sunday evening religious services at live o'clock during the winter months and to finish at six o'clock in order to carry out the lighting restriction orders. Owing to lighting, rest ructions the practice which was to take place at Lammas street on Sunday evening, in preparation for the annual cymanfa., had to be stopped. A large number of people had turned up from the surrounding districts, and disappointment was felt that no rehearsal could be held. •*« Harvest thanksgiving services will bo held at the English Congregational Church, Car- marthen, on Sunday, when the Rev J. Gilbert Rees, St. Paul's, Swansea, will conduct the services. At the evening service a rendering of "The Wilderness" (Sir John Goss) will be given by the choir. The collections are in aid of the Carmarthenshire infirmary. Half-yearly services in connection with Babell O.M. Church will be held on Sunday and on Monday evening, when the Rev R. Beynon, B.A., Aberrave, will be the special minister engaged for the occasion. •*# Mr John Hinds, M.P., intends to present to Penuel Welsh Baptist Church, Carmarthen, a set of individual communion cups in memory of the death in action of his only son, Lieut, W. P. Hinds. The Congregational Church of Siloli, Peny- bane, held their annual meot'ngs the other day when the Rev W. J. Rees, Alltwen, and the Rev James John, Llansteplian. officiated. The proceeds amounted to over £22, which will be divided between different funds in connec- tion with the war. especially the Y.M.C.A— an example which should be followed by many other churches. **• The young people of the Tabernacle Baptist Church have already met to consider their winter arrangements, and it has been again decided to form a. Christian Endeavour Society as in former years. The election of officers resulted in Mr Thos. John Evans (who has already hold the office for three previous sessions) being re-elected secretary, and LNIR 1. H. Unguedr-Thomas being re-elected trea- surer, and Miss May Thomas (Magbele) was chosen as accompanist. The president of the Society is the Rev E. Ungod Thomas, and the vice-president for the coming session are Mr Ixerbert Rees, Francis terrace Mr J. Evans, St. Davids street; and Mr Willie Thomas, Jubilee-place. The meet'ngs will be held each Thursday at 7 p.m. The Rev J. T. Job has received a unani- mous call to become the pastor of Pentowr C.M. Church, Fishguard. He is now minister at Carnedde, N. Wales. As our readers are well aware, he is a nephew of the late Dr Job, Conwil. We sincerely hope that Mr Job, who is a chaired and crownwd bard of the National Eisteddfod will see his way to accept the invi- tation. ft** Mr Augustus Richards, Pontypridd, minis- terial student at the Old College School, Carmarthen, has passed the entrance examina- tion ofBala. aJid Aberystwyth (joint) last week. The work during the session and until the end of the war will only be carried at Bala. The premises at Aberystwyth are being used by the Red Cross since May, 1915. Gaersalem C.M. Church has lost a great leader through the death of the late Mr J. Davies, who has been an officer of the church for many years. He was an uncle of Mr J. Timothy Davies, who will be ordained this week and inducted as pastor of Pontgarrcg and Bwlchygroes before the end of the month. • Hernion, the Welsh C.M. Church at Pont- ardulais, have decided to unite and to engage one pastor again in the future as they used to be in the past, when the Rev J. M. James; Penclawdd, was their minister. Several names have been suggested for the purpose, but the voting has not yet taken place. It is hoped that a decision will soon be arrived at. #»* The effects of the war on the pulpit and the classrooms are becoming more. and more marked every day. We have been informed that some churches have been without minis- ters for 10 undays on end. An empty pulpit on a Sunday is the rule to-day and not the ex- ception. The weak churches suffer mostly al- though they can least afford it. The outlook for the future is gloomy, because the schools and colleges ar& all empty. **• The Rov S. Protheroe, pastor of Wiston and Elim churches, has resigned the pastorship. Jn fact it took place many months ago on his joining the forces under the auspices of the Y.M.C.A. The churches however are very loth to accept th resignation, and have written begging him to reconsider the njatter and re- turn to the pulpit when the War Office release him. We are given to understand that the last answer was in the negative. Anniversary services were hold in the Con- gregational Church at Penclawdd on Sunday and Monday. The ministers engaged for the occasion were the Rev I). S. Rees and the Rev S. T. James. The congregations were large and appreciative. The message was delivered with force and earnestness that cannot be ade- quately described. The Congregational Church is the largest in tho place. ««* The Rev D. Owen, C.M., minister and pastor of Penuel Church, Penclawdd, has received a unanimous invitation to the pastorship of Alexandria road Presbyterian Church, Swan- sea. The call has been accepted. He pro- poses to commence duties in the new charge before the end of October.
-(\p- Local Weddings. EDMUNDS-DA VIES—DAVIES. A marriage was celebrated at St. ,Peter's Church, Carmarthen, on Sunday last bet-ween 2nd-Lieut. John Charles Edmonds Davies, R.W.F., only son of Alderman Walter Davies, ex-Mayor of Lampeter and Mrs Davies, and Miss Olive Gwyncdd Davies, socond daughter of Mr and Mrs T. Davies, 125, Priory street, Carmarthen. The bridegroom has been out in France for seven months, and came home on leave to be married. The ceremony was per- formed by the Rev B. Parry Griffiths. M.A.. vicar of St. Peter's, assisted by the Rev W. liar Edwards, senior curate, and the Rev D. J. Evans, senior curate of Lampeter. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a gowwn of white chiffon and taffettas, trimmed with orange blossoms and pearls, the sleeves and corsage of which were of ninon, while her veil was also trimmed with orange blossoms. She also wore a string of pearls and carried a beautiful shower bouquet of white heather, stephanotis, and lilies. The bridesmaid was Miss Clarice Mabel Davies, sister of the bride, who was attired in a pretty white silk eoline dress trimmed with pale pink, while her hat was of white a crop ban e and pale pink flowrers. She also carried a shower bouquet of pink and 1 white carnations, while she wore a gold wrist- let watch, the gift of the bridegroom. The best man was Capt. Trevor Davies, Welsh Regiment, Cardiff. Pte. 1. T. Davies, 2nd Dragoon Guards (brother of the bride) was un- able to be present at the ceremony as he is in France. The organist, Mr Harold Mai kin, F.RC.O., presided at the organ, and played Lohengrin's "Bridal Processional March" as the bride and bridegroom left the church. Breakfast was partaken of at the bride's home, amongst the gueses being the following Mr and Mrs Davies (father and mother of the bride), the Misses Fanny and Clarice Davies (sisters of the bride), Air Edmund Davies (bro- ther of the bride), Alderman Walter Davies and Mrs Davies, Lampeter (father and mother of bridegroom), Mas Watcvn Wyn, Amman- ford; Miss Ethel Jones, Swansea; Mrs Williams, Lampeter; Mrs Walters, Lampeter; Miss Edmonds, Lampeter; Lieut. Jack Jones, Lampeter; Sergt.-Major Jack Davies. Llan- gybi, Lampeter; Mr Worthington Davies, Lampeter; Mr J. S. Jones, Lampeter; Mr Williams, Lampeter Mrs AVilliams. Lampeter; Master Gwyn and Miss Megan Williams.. Lam- peter; Mr Harold Malkin, F.R.C.O. Revs B. Paiiry Griffiths, W. Liar Edwards, and D. J. Evans. Lieut. and Mrs Davies left later in the day for Langland Bay, where the honey- moon is being spent. The bride's going away dress was of champagne gaberdine, with which she wore a champagne taffetta hat underlined with nigger brown, and red fox furs. J 0 NES—STEVEN S. A marriage was celebrated at Tredegarville Baptist Chapel Cardiff, on the 27th ult. be- tween the Rev W. Luther Jones, Dowlais- son of the late Mr and Mrs William Jones, 3, Penuel street, Carmarthen—and Mies Gladys Jessie Stevens. daughter of Mr and Mrs John Stephens, Cardiff. The Rev Principal Edwards, of Cardiff Bpatist College, officiated.
Stitch in Time. There is an old saying "A sti.tch its timi saved nine" and if upon t-Lo first symptoms of anything being wrong with our health we were to resort to so-me simple but proper means of correcting th& miwhiet rine-tenthe of the suffering that invades oar homes would he avoided. A daae of 0 nfym Evairl Quinine Bitters taken wBien y H feel the least bit out of sorts is j-Tst th, t, "stitch in time." You can 79t Gwiljra E 'ans' Qiunine Bitters at any Chemists or Stol G in bottles, 2s &d and 4s 6d each, but F?meniber that the only guarantee of geauinet -?bs is the name "Gwilym Evans" oLi the la ol, stamp anc' bottlo, without which none \e genuine. Sole Proprietors: Quinine Bitten Manufacturing Company, Limited, IJanclly, Sooth Wale
Carmarthen borough lolice Umrt
Carmarthen borough lolice Umrt. The Carmarthen Borough Police Court was held at the Guildhall on Monday before Mr John Lewis (Mayor), Mr James Davies, Mr T. Davies, Mr W. Spurrell, and Mr Rees Davies. TRANSFER REFUSED. Mr James Walters applied for a temporary transfer of the license of the Volunteer Stores, Lammas street. Head Constable Maya 11 asked the applicant if it were true that when he lived at Coombe. he spent a good deal of his tim at the Wern public' house. Applicanb said that he did not. The police say you did?—That is a lie. The Mayor said that this application would not be granted. It would he better for the applicant not to have it. TRANSFER GRANTED. Richard C'hilds, formerly of Skewen, applied for a temporary transfer of the license of the Falcon. The business rad been in the hands of the Official Receiver, who now raised no objection to the transfer. The transfer was granted. THE DEATH OF A CHILD. Mr Wm. Robinson, Richmond terrace, was charged with having neglected to provide a fireguard in a room in which his child was. The child who was 4 £ years of age was scalded to death as previously reported. The Bench, in fining the defendant 5s, ex- pressed their regret. SOLDIER'S WIDOW AND THE POLICE. Margaret Barnett who said that she was the widow of a soldier and had one child, was charged with being drunk and disorderly. She now informed the Bench that she told the collstalble that a young man like him would be better employed fighting for his King and country than in turning out the widow of a man who had been killed in France. Mr Spurrell said that she would do more honour to her lato husband's memory by keep- ing sober. The Bench fined the defendant 5s. Defendant: I have not the money to pay. You will have to take me. 1 have to work very hard the, 17s 6d I get from the War Office is not enough to keep me and the child. Tho Mayor: She lias money to get drunk. Defendant o, sir; only once in a chance.
WEATHER AND THE CROPS
WEATHER AND THE CROPS. The harvest has ended with September in the leading counties of production, hut an unusual quantity remains to be stacked. The yield is probably a full average, and, tho (, n ripening being slow, hut little has been shed. The condition is softe, hut there is very fair quality and natural weight. The labours of sowing for a new crop have already begun, but the frequent two months' exemptions for harvesters expire just when the sowings are beginning. The agriculural situation is un- doubtedly grave, the supply of labour admitt- ing of no further depictions without some- thing like a breakdown.—From Monday's "Mark Lane Express."
I Carmarthen Council and Electric Light Charges
Carmarthen Council and Electric Light Charges. PARLIAMENT ASKED TO INTERVENE. A meeting of the Finance Committee of the Carmarthen Town Council was held on Wed- nesday. Aid. L. D. Thoma s presided, and there were also present: Messrs J. Crossman, A. Fuller Mills, W. Gibbon, T. Williams, Dd. Williams, W. Dunn Williams, W. J. Martin. Mr David Williams drew attention to the fact that they had to pay the Electric Light Co.'s charges, although they got little or, no light. He thought that they ought to ask teir members of Parliament to bring in a bill to relieve the Councils in such cases of their legal liability. He moved that they should ask the Borough Member to move in the ma/tter. I Rev A. F. Mills: As our member has done I so little for us in the years gone by, it would be a good thing if he would take the matter up and introduce a small measure with the permis'ion of the Government. It would bring him into not oriety and us. It was decided to write to the Borough and County Members on the subject. RIVAL FLAG DAYS. Mr F. Humphreys attended and asked the Council if they could allow the Red Cross Society to have a flag day on November fair. The day had already been allotted to the Y.M.C.A. but that was the day on which the Red Cross Flag Day was being held all over the country. A good deal of money was already going out of town weekly to the YjM.C.A., and they could have another day. IR-ev A. F. Mills: The soldiers in every part are in favour of the Y.M.C.A. Mr J. Crossman: My son tells me that they are working even in Mesopotamia. It was dcided to let the Red Cross have a day later on, and to adhere to the Y.A1.C.A, date.
W ANTED, BUTTERMAKERS. British Butter is unquestionally better than foreign yet the latter is often bought in preference. This is all injustice both to the British producer and the buyer. It is an jnjuty which could easily be avoided. The Britisn housewife believes that butter presenting » rich golden uniform colour is the ideal. The foreign producer meets her wish, and all his butter has the rich golden colour which sells. A perfectly safe means is provided whereby the British maker can impart to his butter jest that golden colouring which will com- mend it to the eye. as decidedly as its quality will commend it to the palate. The remedy is the "Silver Churn" butter colour, manufactured by Oldfield, Pat- tinson and Co., of Manchester, the successful survivor of the severest tests at the principal shows, where it has gained First Class awards for 30 years. Equally satisfactory is the high praise it has won in the numerous dairies where it is regularly used. These competent approvals are due to the absence of any un- evenness or muddiness in the Colouring, and to the fact that the use of Silver Churn does not effect the buttermilk. The butter itself is not injured in the process; it is improved. Its delicate creamy flavour is enhanced. It should be clearly understood that Silver Churn is a vegetable product, entirely free from any aniline dye. (A guarantee by the makers to this effect will be given any user desiring it). It may be obtained from Chemists and dairy stipply men in M., Is., 2s., 53., 8s., and 14s. bottlep. To secure sat- isfaction obtain the "Silver Churn" brand. Free trial samples from the manufacture?. Also Silver Churn Butter Powder. Silver Churn Cheese Rennet. Silver Churn Cheese Colouring.
Welsh National Council
Welsh National Council. REPLIES TO THE CENTRAL BOAltD. The Sub-Committee of the Central Welsh Board, which met at Carmarthen on Saturday, Alderman D. H. Williams, Barry, presiding, considered replies rocoived from several of the local education authorities to points raised in the pamphlet "To-day and To-morrow in Welsh Education," recently issued by the Board. All the replies wore not to hand, but so far as the authorities were conoerned they were unanimous in their desire to see the establish- ment of a Welsh National Council of Educa- tion, controlling all forms of education in the Principality, other than University education, by the extension of the Central Welsh Board into such a Council.
Carmarthen Helpers. If Carmarthen needs encouragement and help, surely both will be found in such an earnest message as the one we are privileged to giive to-day. It is from a Carmarthen woman and rings with sincerity. Read it and bear in mind that it is only one of manv such stirring messages. On January 8th, 1913. Mrs M. Davies, of 1, Magazine Row, near the Park, Carmarthen, said "I have occasionally been troubled with my back during the past twelve months. The pains were at times sharp a.nd shooting, and I could scarcely straighten myself after stoop- ing. I had pains in my head, and suffered with dizziness. There were twinges of rheu- matism in my arms, and also some urinary disorder. I noticed mv kidneys were always affected when I caught cold. "Since taJdng Down's backache kidney pills, however, I have been a great deal better. These pills have always eased my back and head, and put me right in other respects. 1 speak well of Doan's pills to all mv friends. (Signed) "M. Davies." On February 14th. 1916—over three years IIc')¡tcr-ÙTs Davies said "Doan's pills cured me of kidney troubles three, rears ago and I am glad to say I keep well by taking one of them occasionally." The whole body suffers when the kidneys aim congested, for then the human drainage is obstructed. 0 The kidneys filter the blood, and drain off poisonous solids, and liquid waste, which if re- tained caused dropsy, rheumatism, gout, sciatica, stone, bladder inflammation, etc. And it is in these ailments that Doan's pills aiie so successful, for they remedy the cause, tho weakened kidneys. OfaH dealers, or 2s 9d a box. from Foster- vicciellaii Co., 8 Wells street, Oxford street, London. W. Don't ask for backache or kidnev pills—ask distinctly for Doan's backache kid- ney pills, the same as Mrs Davies had
NEXT IISD.\ Y'S PREFERS at Carmarthen Places of Worship. BABELL, PENSARN. BETHANIA C.M. CHAPEL. Rev J. O. Jones (pastor). EBENEZER AVE, SLEYAN OHAPEL. Rev Joseph Jenkins (pastor). T> (IND ), FFYNONDDRAIN. Rev D. Roberts (pastor). EDDISH BAPTIST CHAPEL. 1 E. Evans, M.A., Mansfield College, Oxford. ENGLISH ION G REGATI ON A L CHURCH. Kev J. Gilbert Rees, Swansea (harvest thanksgiving). 4 ENGLISH WESLEYAN CHAPEL Rev T. C. Hallard, B.A., Llanelly LAMMAS ST. IMDBPBNDBNT CHAPEL. Rev J. Dyfnallt Owen (pastor). PARK-Y-VELVET UNITARIAN CHAPEL. Rev Philemon Moore, B A (nastor1* (Evening only at 6.30). ^^0LE PA1,RRASR CHAPEL. PRIORDY INDEPENDENT CHAPEL. Rev E. Iven Evans, M.A. (pastor). PENUEL BAPTIST CHAPEL. Professor Morris B. Owen, H,A,. B.D, UNION STREET INDEPENDENT CHAPEL Student. O WATER ST. C.M. CHAPEL. Rev Howell J. Daviefc, Loughor. ZION PRESBYTERIAN CHUROH. I/IST OF ANNIVERSARY"SERVICIES 1916. Oct. 29-30-Eng. Cong. Chureh Anniversary Decom. 3-Zion Presbytc-nan Church. 191ï. March 18-19.-Bethania 0.i)1. Sept. 23-24.—Bethania C.M. Dates of fixtures should be sent to the R«T D. Glyndwr Richards, Secretary of thd Qarmar* then Free Ohuroh Council.