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CARMARTHEN JOURNAL, FEB. 26. 1915 SWANSEA MERCANTILE CO., Ltd., Of 18, PARK STREET, SWANSEA, Make Cash Advances from Alo to £1,000 I To Commercial Gentlemen, Tradesmen, Farmers, and Respectable Householders on their' own Note of Hand, at a low rate of Interest. STRICTLY PRIVATE. CONFIDENTIAL. For further particulars apply H. B. JONES, 18, Park Street, Swansea
IMPERIAL Gas, Oil & Petrol Engines. Cheapest and Best. Write for particulars to KEIGHLEY GAS AND OIL ENGINE Co., Ltd., Dumballs Road, CARDIFF.
NOTICE TO ^^DVERTI^CRS. The soale of charges for prepaid advertisements in the CABUABTHEN JOURNAL under the classes of Situations Vacant, Sale by Private Contract, to be Let or Sold, Apartments, Lost and Found, and Miscellaneous, will m future be at TELEGRAM RATE. No. of One Three Six. Words. insertion. insertions. insertions 12 0 6 10 IS i8 o i M 1 0 I I I in l 3 2 6 — 4 Ió 1 6 30 4 6 42 1 9 36 6 6 MEN-SERVANTS, HOUSEMAIDS, COOKS, &c., 01' any other persona SEEKING FOR SITUATIONS. OI»F FOR SIXPENCE. All ordrra for advertisements must hoar the name and address of the ..rlvemser. and must be accom- panied by remittances in oo^r trie rest, either in HALFPENNY Stamps or Money Order. The Publishers Jo not guarantee the insertion ot m advertisement in any specified issue, or at u i, and will not be liable for any '"■*> occasioned by the (Mue, or at all. Thpy also reserve th<- right to refuse insertion of an advertisement. WhiWt srrent pains are taken to "-cure «. 7> tbePublishera Sould.ur.pr~ upon «.ver^r. Je f__ ipo-ihl^ writin.B. In any ca?e tn.-y inl-s insert advertisements upou the condition that they do not accept responsibility for ^accuracies, nor for aDY conse-quenoe arising therefrom «. King Street, *r°at°n n Carmarthen. 8hoe Lane' EO TKOantefc. When replying to advertisements please mention Carmarthen Journal. THERE is a vacancy in the JOURNAL Office for a 1 well-educated Youth to learn Reporting and Journa I ism. -Applicants must have received a thorough grounding in an Intermediate School.- Apply, Editor, CARMARTHEN JOURNAL. (2289p THERE is a vacancy in the JOUBNAL Office for a well-educated Girl to learn typewriting, short- hand, and office routine.-Apply, Manager. WANTFD Correspondent for the CARMARTHEN JOURNAL at Llandilo. Excellent opportunity for intelligent young man to add to his income. Apply, Editor, JOURNAL. WANTED, a good plain Cook, age about 25 years.—Apply, in first instance by letter, fco Matron, Carmarthenshire Infirmary, S. Wales. HE Manager of the CARMARTHEN* JOURNAL will be pleased to make an offer for any volumes of the paper, Jxmnd or otherwise. The volume for 1810 is specially wanted. 1H7ANTED at once, a respectable young Woman ▼ V as Housemaid, age about 24 years.—Apply, Matron, Carmarthenshire Infirmary, S. Wales. WANTED. Apprentice to Chemistry. Excellent opportunity for thorough grounding in all branches.—B. D., JOURNAL Office, Carmarthen. (2442p WANTED, a strong Lad, for Mineral Water Works.—Applv, Norton and Co., Carmar- then. <^8°P WANTED, Dairies of thoroughly cooled Milk im- mediately; main line preferred.—Apply, "Dairy," JOURNAL Office, Carmarthen. (2445p ROCERS.—The Home and Colonial Stores have Vacancies for Smart Juniors and Assistants. Apply, King Street, Carmarthen. (2430p WANTED, Improver for Shoeing and General Smith.—E. Evans, Lyonshall, Hereford- shire. 56p WANTED, Turkeys, Geese, Fowls, Ducks; any quantity; cash on delivery.—Thomas, Cwrt Gimlim, Coychurch, Bridgend. (3579 WANTED immediately, several young Lady Apprentices for the Fancy.—Badger, Draper, Pontardulais. (2462p WANTED immediately, smart Youth ns Apprentice.—Badger, Draper, Pontardulais. (2463p py WANTED, Shoeing Smiths; good pay.—Apply, W in person, Pembroke Yeomanry, Barracks, Carmarthen. (3591 WANTED, experienced General; three in family. —Apply, with particulars and references, to Mrs. Griffiths, Gwynfa, North Road, Aberystwyth. (2468p WANTED, Grooer's Assistant with all-round experience.—Apply, with references, stating wa°*es required, etc., Davies, Canton Stores, Morris- torn (2466p WANTED, a respectable Girl, to do housework; age 18 to 21; wages, 35s. per month: references required.—Apply, Mrs. Cohen, 19, Quay-street, required.-Apply, Mrs. Cohen, 19, Quay-street, Ammanford. (2473p WANTED, a good Improver to the Wheel- VT wrighting, light and heavy; state age, wages, experience.—Thomas and While, Tir Phil, Via Cardiff. (3595 AN Old-establiShed Insurance Co., with strong local influence, transacting practically all classes of business, require energetic agents in Car- marthenshire, Cardiganshire and Pembrokeshire. Every assistance given in working the agencies, and liberal remuneration.—Apply, Box 25, JOURNAL Office, Carmarthen. HAULIER Wanted; constant employment.— -M Apply, T. Bland Davies, Coal Merchant, 8, Quay Street, Carmarthen. (3597 IDOYAL Liver Friendly Society require Full and -2-4J Spare-time Agents; 25 per cent. commission; book interest; no debit system; exceptional oppor- tunities for experienced men.—Apply, District Office, 48. Olenalla Road, Llanelly. or Life Inspector Rees. Brynhyfryd, Abergwili Road, Carmarthen. 'GOOD Housekeeper Wanted; plain cooknv.r. Apply, with references. Box 99. JOURNAL Office, Carmarthen. (2470p Hy|"ILK.—Wanted, a Dairy of well-cooled Milk. ITX State particulars and prices.—Bedford Dairy. Westville Road, Cardiff. (2477p (2472p Go Zet. TO LET, from March 18. CAXTON HOUSE, JL Abergwili.-Apply. 13, Caxton Place. Aber- gwili, Carmarthen. (2476p for Sale PIANO BARGAINS.—A very fine Metzler Up- right Piano in Rosewood; splendid order and tone, £ 20; Broadwood Upright Grand, £ 35 (when new 60 guineas) in new condition; Rosewood "Pianola," £1(); Cramer Pianette. CI2. All Pianos fully guaranteed. Write for catalogue X and full bargain list to C. Milsom and Son, Ltd., the Great West of England Piano House, 15, Milsom £ treet, 'Bath. s jfor Sale X30R SALE, Boar, old Welsh breed, 15 months J? old; good stock-getter.—Davies, Salutation Hotel, Nantgaredig. (3589 FOR SALE, by Private Treaty, about 20 acres of i' well-grown Oak and Larch Trees standing and growing on Lanfawr Farm, adjoining the Railway and close to Conwil Station, near Carmarthen. For further information apply to William Evans, the tenant. Tenders to be sent to D. Jones, Gwynnant, Gilbert Crescent, Llanelly.. (3588 WEDDING GIFT.—Lady offers magnificent 7- W guinea Servioe, Al quality plate (stamped), comprising six each Table, Dessert Spoons and Forks, Tea and Eggspoons (36 pieces); unsoiled; accept 25s. Approval willingly.—Write "Gift," JOURNAL Office, Carmarthen. (2457p IMPORTANT SALE. TIMBER BY TENDER. -| r? ACRES of Oak, Alder, Ash; 40 years' I f growth; suitable for colliery and other purposes, on Gwempa Farm, Pontantwn, 3 miles from Pontyeates, Kidwelly. The Tenant will shew the wood. Tenders to Mr. Rees, Ysgubor- fach, Llangendeirne, by March 12th. (3594 TnrImR FOR SALE. TO BE SOLD, in 3 Lots, about 12 acres of fine- grown Larch and few Scotch Trees, suitable for Pitwood, grown on Cwmgwyn Farm, in the Parish of Llanegwad, about 1 miles from Nant- garedig Station, close to the Main Road. Further particulars to be had at Brynglas, Nantgaredig. Tenders should be sent in on or before March 12th, 1915, to T. Lewis, Brynglas, Nantgaredig. (2470p WALLPAPERS FROM lid. PER ROLL. Any W quantity, large or small. WHOLESALE PRICES. Stock exceeds 250,000 rolls, all classes. Write for patterns, stating class required. (Dept. 113) BARNETT. WALLPAPER Co., Ltd., Knott Mill, MANCHESTER. (2402p NEAT Correspondence brings GOOD RESULTS. TYPEWRITTEN LETTERS are always BEST. Before deciding upon vour machine send for list of bargains to D. L. EVANS, WOODLANDS, HENLLAN, Cardiganshire. Agent for all standard makes. New or second-hand can be supplied at shortest notice at LOWEST PRICES. (2351p RHYBYDD 0 BWYS AT BWYLLGORAU ARDDANGOSFEYDD, &c. —Gellir cael Roll Tickets at wasanaeth Arddan- gosfeydd, etc., gyda throad y post o Swyddfa y CARMARTHEN JOURNAL. Gellir eu cael wedi eu geirio: Admission, 3d., 6d., 1/ ne 1/6. Prisiau 1/- y fil, neu drwy y post 1/1. Danfoner arian gyda'r archeb. TTtOR SALE, one Mule, Knowles-Houghton, equal JT to new; 2 £ pitch; 180 spindles.—Davies Bros., Llanwrda, Carmarthenshire. (2461p FOR SALE, small American Organ; good tone; £ 4; bargain.—Box 98, JOURNAL Office, Car- marthen. (2479p GENT'S Cycle for Sale; good condition; nearest offer.—"Emlyn," JOURNAL Offioe, Carmarthen. OF INTEREST TO FARMERS.—A few copies are still on hand of the Booklet—The Shire v. Strong-boned Cob or Roadster, and may be had from the JOURNAL Office. Price Id. each, by post lid. LADIES READ THIS! Adyioe free for stamp Mrs. E. Stewart's Famoui Female Remedy, never fails.-Address. a. Guinea Street. Brwhol. ROLL Ticketo worded Admission—3d., 6d., 1 and 1/6" always in stook at the JOOMAL Office. PHce II- per 1.000, or by post 1/1. Supplied only in thousands Terms Cash with order.— JOURNAL Office, Carmarthen. FOR SALE, a good Stallion, and a good stoolt getter; working in all gears.—Apply, Ed- wards, New King George, Carmarthen. (2449p GOVERNESS Cars, light, stylish, Rubber Tyres and without. Also Ralli Traps, Business Carts, Floats. About Thirty for Sale, new and second-hand; various sizes from La 10s. Extra dis- counts given to distance buyers. Largest makers. 50 years Trading reputation. Hundreds of pleased customers.—Avery's Carriage Works, Dock Street, Newport, Mon. (241 lp WE offer you value in WEDDING CARDS. Prices from 2/3 per dozen, 50 for 5/9, or 100 for 9Z-, including Envelopes to match. We invite you to inspect our latest sampiea.—JOURNAL, Car- marthen. A FEW PENCE PER ACRE will protect your cornfields of Wheat, Barley. Peas Beans, Vetchcs, Maize, etc., from Rooks, Pheasants, Pigeons, Vermin. No nted to use boys men cr dummies to keep away the birds if you use CORVUSINE D.G. Also prevents Premature Ground Rot. and is a Smut Dressing. Don't be robbed of your profits. Stocked and Sold by E. Arthur, Corn and Seed Merchant, Carmarthen A. Arthur, Chemist, Carmarthen; Walter Lloyd, Chemist, Carmarthen. RAQIP *51 Afi AH grades, analyses guaranteed, DnOIV O » delivered any station in England and Wales. Charles Picken, Merchant, Wolver- hampton. (2422p PEAT MOSS LITTER, q^iity at lowest price delivered any sta- tion.—Charles Picken, Merchant, Wolverhampton. gHORTHORN QALVES. STRONG healthy Calves are sent carriage paid upon lots of two or more to any station in your district. Bred from large-framed Shorthorn sires and dams. Full of hair and bone. Un- doubtedly the best obtainable. No fancy prioes. For price list and book of testimonials, apply Fred B. Gill, Wynngate, Whitchuroh, Salop. (2139p SHORTHORN Calves for Rearing, form Deep- S milking Cheshire Dairy Cows by Pure-bred Bulls; quotation to any Station; no fancy prices; correspondence a pleasure.—Frank Dobio, Littleton, Chester. .muafca( instruments D. J. SNELL'S ANNOUNCEMENTS. PIANOS AND ORGANS.—New n:id Second- hand by all the leading makers from £ 5 up- wards. Lists free.—D. J. Snell, High Street Arcade, Swansea. GRAMAPHONES, from 21/ New Double-sided G records from Is. Id. each. Thousands of Re- cords in Stock to select from. Lists free.—D. J. Snell. Hish Street Arcade. Swansea. zost anfc jfounfc LOST, from Bwlohyrhyd, Llanfynydd, since De- r^ilv-r. One pitch mark D and F on side". Finder rewarded.—Francis. (2453p ■ JTOUND, early in November, one Sheep; unless -T olaimed within 7 days will be sold.—Ingram, Graig, Llanfynydd. (2452p STRAYED, Mountain Sheep; M pitch mark on aide. Unless claimed within 21 days will be eold to defray expenses.—Apply Ben Evans, Peny. garn, lianfyoyUd. (2459p P ICTUBEDBOM E I I THE RINK, CARMARTHEN t SATURDAYS—1.10, 6.10, and 8.10 p.m. THURSDAYS-6.1S and B.M pm. OTHER CAYS-7.30 p.m. TUESDAY, MARCH 211d-In a Persian Garden, a Drama by Eclair. Featuring Mildred Bright and Heleu Martin. And There is a Destiny, Drama by Victor. THURSDAY, MARCH 4th—The Mystery of the Underground Room, featuring the Great Girl Detective, Mile. Irene Bowdini. And At the Mercy Of the Waves, a Powerful Drama of the Sea by Cines. LATEST WAR FILMS and other highly interesting Pictures. Pianist Mr. T. S. PUDDICOMBE. ADMISSION—3d., 6d., 8d. Children-td., id., 4d. Saturday Afternoons for Children—Id., Id., Id. MANAGER MR. W. T. ROGERS. Blue Street, Proprietors— Resident Manager— GRIFFITHS and BOLTON. HORACE W. BOLTON. H Great Attractions in Pictures & Variety I COMMENCING MONDAY, MARCH 1. ■ p 1 DOROTHY ftSS LITTLE LONDON STARS I I EMPIRE THEATRE I Including BABY LILIAN, Marvellous Child Vocalist, who appeared at Windsor Castle, Jan., 1914. Refined and Pretty Act. Also H Miss ELEANORA Danselise. Special Engagement QLIVE MELBA, I an English Star Artiste of exceptional ability, from the principal |H London Halls. Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, H The Eclipse Co.'s Splendid Exclusive Star Picture (produced by the Gloria Film Co., of Turin), PAGES FROM LIFE, I A strongly emotional drama, in 3 parts, featuring the eminent actress, Mile. Ferrari. H Thursday, Friday, & Saturday, March 4th, 5th & 6th, H MAGNIFICENT EXCLUSIVE PICTURE IN THREE PARTS ■ ES (By special arrangement with Pathe Freres)—THE FOLLY OF THE COUNTESS I A great Wild Animal Drama of absolutely enthralling tragicalness. H The WARWICK CHRONICLE and other Highly Interesting; Pictures. lE ■ The FULL EMPIRE ORCHESTRA at every Performance. H H Twice Nightly—7 & 9. Matinee, Saturday at 2.30. I ■ Prices of Admission—Pit, 3d. & 4d.; Stalls, 6d. Circle, 9d. B THE MOST UP-TO-DATE AND COSY THEATRE IN WEST WALES p THE MOST UP-TO-DAN^MH^T^T^nM^J^ :i:W):r ,,æ)n'1 "C)..nlilJJ:g" lial if FRESH GARDEN SEEDS, tffi Grow More Vegetables this Year,. c With all foods advancing in price, it is recomr mended that greater attention be paid to the culti- f vation of vegetables. Most vegetables are, with '3mi & care anc^ attention, very easy to grow, and as long as the seeds are FRESH and of good 0 as long as the seeds are FRESH and of good SjSjft germinating quality, the few pence-worth of seeds :J SIP/ usually required to sow a garden is well worth ISp the outlay when compared with the value of flmo vegetables grown. Besides, you can then be sure that your vegetables are fresh, whenever you want them. All seeds at Towy Pharmacy, the Noted JfSfeL. *cW*J[ House for Garden Seeds, are perfectly fresh and (K1 sound, and they are of high germinating quality, >SJ as experiments carried out before ordering have proved. Buy them there; because you can be yZm? *cW*jr certain they are the best. ftjjfe> Special Low Prices to Wholesale Buyers. A. I. JONES, M.P.S. (SxcREErJ?s' || Qualified Pharmacist, Optician & Seedsman, j3^ i6.^LAMMAS STREET, CARMARTHEN. A. H. STOODLEY Electrical Engineer and Contractor Barn Road, Carmarthen. Electric Lighting and Power, Private Plants, Bells and Telephone a speciality. 0 0 All business will receive personal and prompt attention. THE PRINCE OF WALES'S FUND OWN PATRIOTIC SONG, "The Homes they Leave Behind." Music by Walter Rubens. Words by Harold Begbie. The entire profits of this Song will be devoted to the National Relief Fund and the Variety Artistes' Benevolent Fund and Institution, the former receiving 75 per cent., the latter 25 per cent. "THE HOMES THEY LEAVE BEHIND." Will you help them by purchasin the Song ? Price 1/1 post free. Band parts are published at the nominal charge of 2/- net by the Publishers of th Song, Enoch & Sons, 14 & 14a, Great Marlborough Street, London, W. YN AWR YN BAROD, YR AIL RIFYN 0 Hanes y Rhyfel Ewropeaidd Pris 3c. Trwy'r post 31c., blaendal. Mae ychydig gopiau eto ar law o'r rhifyn cyntaf, ond gan na argreffir ychwaneg dylid danfon archebion ar unwaith cyn eu gwerthir allan. Gellir cael y ddau rifyn yn rhad trwy y post am yc., blaendal. Bydd y rhifynau hyn, ynghyd a'r rhifynau dilynol, yn grynhodeb cyflawn ac eglur o'r Rhyfel fwyaf a welwyd erioed. Brithir yr Hanes o darluniau ardderchog. I OD The Welsh Insurance Corporation, Lid. Head Office: 22, HIGH STREET, CARDIFF. Offer to Freeholders who own their Houses and Farms. Excellent Terms for Insurances against Fire, Eiitployer's Liability, Live Stock, c., Risks. ALL CLASSES OF INSURANCE TRANSACTED. DIRECTORS. SIR GARROD THOMAS, M.D., D.L., J.P., Newport (Chairman), Director South Wales Brattice Cloth and India Rubber Co., Ltd. COL. J. A. BRADNEY, C.B., D.L., Taly- coed Court, Monmouth. DELME i)AVIES-EVANS, J.P., Llandilo (Manager Lloyds Bank, Ltd.) ELLIS W. DAVIES, M.P., Carnarvon (Ellis Davies, Jones & Jones, Solicitors). W. H. EDWARDS, J.P.. Swansea (Pro- prietor Dyffryn Tinplate Works, Mor- riston). L. FORESTIER-W ALKER, J.P., New- port, Director Alexandra (Newport and S. Wales) Docks and Railway Co., Ltd.) ALDERMAN W. N. JONES, J.P., Amman- ford, Chairman Rhos Colliery, Ltd. W. ANEAS MACKAY, General Manager London and Lancashire Life and General Assurance Association, Ltd., 66 and 67, Cornhill, London, E,C. CAPT. D. HUGHES MORGAN. J.P., Penally, R.S.O., Pem., Director "Western Mail," Cardiff. COL. E. PRYCE-JONES, M.P., J.P., D.L., Newtown, Managing Director Pryce- Jones, Ltd. CLAUDE D. THOMPSON, J.P., Wenvoe, Cardiff. The Local Directors will be glad to advise about all descriptions of insurance. Swansea Office-17, WIND STREET. Carmarthen Representative—Mr. LEONARD EVANS, Mansel Street, Carmarthen. SMOKES FOR OUR SOLDIERS "JOURNAL" SCHEME OF SUPPLY TOBACCO & CIGARETTES AT HALF- PRICE. IN order to assist our brave Welsh boys at the front, we have opened a subscription list to enable our subscribers to forward to the soldiers of any of the Welsh or other regiments at the front, the much Z> desired Cigarette and Tobacco. Every report from the seat of war states the eagerness of our Tommies for a smoke, and the scarceness thereof. We have arranged with Messrs. Rutter & Co., the oldest established house in the Tobacco Trade, in the British Isles, (they started business in 1767) for a supply to be sent forward for us to wherever our Welsh Regiments are at the following scale :— Every donor of 1/- sends 150 Cigarettes or 5 oz. Tobacco 3/- „ 500 „ or i lb. „ „ 8/6 „ 1000 AND i lb. „ Every P.O. 6d. would secure 75 Cigarettes for Tommy. The Cigarettes are The British Lion," and the Tobacco the well- known Mitcham Shag," or Mitcham Cricket Green Mixture." We also guarantee to send to individual men in any regiments (if desired) at same prices, but postage extra. Rates of postage up to 3 lbs., 1/- from 3 lbs. to 7 lbs., 1/4 7 lbs. to 11 lbs., 1/7 in this case, with P.O., send name, name of soldier, regiment, regimental number if I possible. Send along your money NOW. Tommy is doing everything for you ;—saving your home-your money-your business It is a very small thing to give him something to smoke in return. He risks his life for YOU. Isn't that worth a few smokes ? A Central News Telegram of October 25th says :— The German formula appears to have been so many hours' bombardment equals so much demoralisation of the enemy. Therefore so many battalions can clear the nerve-shattered wretches from their trenches. This is very scientific, but it doesn't square with the facts. I On the contrary, the British Tommy complains about the shell fire only in so far as it gives him a headache apparently. One of the Welsh told me yesterday how for hours the heavy German guns had endeavoured to shift them from their trenches. Luckily every shell fell 30 to 50 yards behind. At about 5.20 one of his chums caught his eye and shouted, Duw, Dai! When are they going to stop for tea ?" ft Just fancy yourself in a trench as described above-waiting for hours to "charge"—and nothing to smoke. o « o Every contribution will be thankfully received by Editor, and duly acknowledged in our columns. 6 Please address all contributions to TOBACCO," JOURNAL OFFICE, and state- CARMARTHEN. 1. Name and address. 2. The soldier's name, regiment, and if possible regimental number. 3. Exactly what you want sent. 4. Please write distinctly.