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CARMAUREN MNAL, JULY 83. 181& SWANSEA MERCANTILE CO., Ltd., Of 18, PARK STREET, SWANSEA, Make Cash Advances from £ 10 to £1,000 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 tI. B. JONES, 18, Park Street, Swansea „ —
I J. A. DAVIES, Plumber, Gasfitter, Heating and Sanitary Engineer, 2, ST. CATHERINE STREET CARMARTHEN, GOOD WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED. ONLY FIRST-CLASS MATERIALS rraiaa ALL REPAIRS PROMPTLY ATTENDED m. MODERATE CHARGES. 3710) ESTIMATES GIVBN IMM
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS The scale of charges for prepaid advertisements in the CARMARTHEN JOURNAL under the classes of Situations Vacant, Sale by Private Contract, To be Let or Sold, Apartments, Lost and Found, and Miscellaneous, will in future be at TELEGRAM RATE. No. of One Three Six Words. insertion. insertions. insertions. 12 0 6 J J I 18 0 9 J J J J 04 i 0 ••• "• 5 IS .» 26 40 36 1 6 1 0 ••• 4 6 41 19 3 6 5 6 SEEKING FOR SITUATIONS, may advertise at 20 WORDS FOR SIXPENCE. All orders for advertisements must bear the name and address of the advertiser, and must be accom- panied by remittance to oover the cost either in HALFPENNY Stamps or Money Order. The Publishers do not guarantee the insertion of an advertisement in any specified issue, or at all, and will not be liable for any loss occasioned by the failure of an advertisement to appear in any specified isque, or at all. They also reserve the right to refuse insertion of an advertisement. Whilst great pains are taken to secure accuracy, the Publishers would impress upon advertisers the need for legible writing. In any case they only insert advertisements upon the condition that they do not accept -responsibility for inaccuracies, nor for any consequence arising therefrom. 8, King Street, London Offices: Carmarthen. 28, Shoe Lane, E.C. Mantel). When replying to advertisements please mention Carmarthen Journal." AN Apprentice to the Printing Trade is required at the JOURNAL Office.—Apply to the Manager. WANTED, General Servant.—Apply, Evans, Fishmonger, Queen Street, Carmarthen. THERE IS a vacancy in the JOURNAL Office for a well-educated Youth to learn Reporting and Jouri)allsm.-Ar)pllcants must have received a thorough grounding in an Intermediate Schoci— Appiy, Editor, CABMABTUH JOXJBMAL. (left THE Manager of the CABMAHTHEN JOUBNAL will be pleased to make an offer for any volume* of the paper, bound or otherwise. The volume • for 1810 is speoially wanted. WANTED, an intelligent Youth as Apprentice to the Ironmongery Trade. Mast be able to speak Welsh; indoors.—Apply to W. Thomas and Son, Carmarthen. (3806 EGGS, BUTTER, BACON.—J. G. Marsh, JL'J Wholesale Provision Merchant, Whitchurch, near Cardiff, is a buyer for Cash. (2637p GARDENING, Fruit Trees, summer pruned, G general handy work, carpentry, etc., done; highest references; terms moderate.—"Horticul- turist," JOUBNAL, Carmarthen. (2642p TI/iTLK Wanted, any quantity, prepared, to start lvA immediately; main line preferred.—Price, 25, Neath Road, Swansea. (2651p WANTED, Second-hand Phonograph Records. Send list and lowest price.—" P. JOURNAL Office. Carmarthen. (2652p (GROCERS.—William Harris, 144, High Street, Merthyr Tydfil, requires Assistants, Grocer's Warehouseman, and Haulier. Apply, stating fullest particulars. (2650p WANTED, to purchase 2 or 3 Heavy Draught Horses, 16 to 17 hands high, good bone and honetst workers.—Particulars to Surveyor, Aberdare District Council, Town Hall, Aberdare. (3827 WANTED, Weaver, for power loom; must be temperate.—Nicholas, Cwmduad Factory, Conwil. (2653p WANTED, Painter and Paperhanger; per- menancy if suitable. Wages, 8d. State age.—C. and G. Thomas, Decorators, Tonypandy. (2657p IPTON, CARMARTHEN. -Wanted, a Lad; good prospect. WEA VERS.-Three Men Wanted at once; must WEAVERS.—Three Men Wanted at once; must be steady and reliable; state age and ex- perience.—Wm. Thomas and Co., Gelly Mills, Clynderwen. (2661p WANTED immediately, a good Cook-General; W not under 26 years; reliable servant; two in family; two maids; good wages; no washing.— Church, Homesdale, Builth Wells. (2660p WANTED, Cook-General, to share work of house with another servant; family, three; ten minutes' from Carmarthen Town; good references required; moderate wages with rise; country person preferred.—Apply, F. Morris, Pen- bryn, Carmarthen. (2663p SINGLE Gentleman requires Apartments. Accommodation for motor-cycle and side-car preferred, but not essential.—Box 7, JOURNAL, Carmarthen. (2673p WANTED, Cook-General; three in family; holidays given.—Apply to Mrs. Davies, Lloyds Bank House, Carmarthen. (2674p DAIRYMAID Wanted; must thoroughly under- stand dairy work and baking. Wages, £ 24. References required.—W. Lewes, Llysnewydd, Henllan, R.S.O., Cardiganshire. (2671p DAN Davies & Co., General Drapers, ^18—120, High Road, Chiswick, London, W., has rVcanciee for two well-educated Youths as Appren- tices no premiums required; live in. (3839 Uo let. TO BE LET, from Michaelmas next, CWM- JL CLOCH FARM, Mydrim, St. Clears, con- taining 152 Acres, or therea.boute.-Apply, John Francis and Son, Estate Agents, Carmarthen. 'V GWYLFA, CONWIL.—This desirable Semi-de- ta-ched Villa to be Let or Sold; possession Michaelmas. -Apply, Mrs. Job. (2655p TO Let, GREEN DRAGON INN, Wood's Row, Carmarthen—easy terms. Immediate posses- idon.-Apply, Buckley's Brewery, Ltd., Carmarthen. r DPAR, NEWCASTLE-EMLYN.-TO LET, :t:'1 as from 29th September next, the 7 days folly-licensed premises called THE RED COW," Containing bar, parlour, kitchen, out-kitchen, com- modious dining and sale room, and several bed- zooms. Excellent Stabling with loft above.—Apply to Messrs. W. Evans George and Sons, Newcasfle- Smlyn. (3830 Zo 1et TO LET, House and Shop, "CARDIGAN 1. STORES," Water Street, Carmarthen; im- mediate possession.—Apply, 53, Water Street, Car- marthen. (2643p TO Let, PONTCARREG COTTAGE, Carmar- then half hour's walk from Railway Station. —Apply, Mrs. Howell, Post Office, Johnstown, Car- marthen. (2648p WOOLLEN Factory to Let, GLANGWYDD- ERIG," near Llandovery; substantial Build- ing good Machinery; commodious Dwelling House; Stable, large Garden, Orchard and Field; conveniently situated; in good district for Wool. Moderate- rental. Immediate possession.—Particu- lars, David Evans, Bradford House, Llanelly. jfor Sale TTlOR SALE, 4 h.p. Triumph, free engine model, JC 3 speed, late 1914; carefully driven. Also Mead and Deaken coach-built Side-car. Will sell separate or the combination. Also 6 h.p. 2-speed Rex, free engine, handle start; July, 1914, de- livered, with cane side-car. Owner joined the Army, and wants to realize same. Trial and in- spection invited.—Particulars from Idris Jones, Garage, Lampeter. (3826 FOR SALE, 1 £ Acres of Oak and Ash, 45 years' growth;, on Greenhill, Llainsaidwrn," ad- joining the main road, 3 miles to railway station. Sealed tenders to be sent by 5th August next.— W. Peregrine. (2654p FOR SALE, by private treaty, Three newly-built Houses; every convenience; bathroom and electric light. In a central position.—Apply, "N. JOURNAL Office, Carmarthen. (2656p BY TENDER.-Freehold Farm, CEFNHEN- LLAN," parish of Abergwili, 3 £ miles from Carmarthen, 123 acres. Excellent buildings. By arrangement, three-fourths purchase money can re- main on mortgage at 4 per cent. Tenders to be sent by 31st August to Ungoed-Thomas and King, Carmarthen. (2659p SHIRE STALLION FOR SALE. — ROYAL GLEN III." 28732, Brown, foaled 1909, height 16.2 h.h. Sire Glen Royal H." 21466 by Calwioh Blend 17226. Dam 45328 Islip Maude (Vol. xxvi.) by Capstone Harold 16590. He is a sure foal getter and has .done excellent service for the Com- pany, and has also won many prizes. Price 2120.- Apply to Secretary, Carmarthenshire Stud Co., Ltd., The Mount, Carmarthen. (3828 FOR SALE, medium-sized, modern Residence; exceedingly well-built (cavity walls); stabling, garage, &c., half-acre well-laid-out grounds, pro- ductive garden, 16 acres excellent pasture; exqui- sitely situated; convenient station.—Phillips, Parc-y- Bryn, Broadlay, Ferryside. (2668p TO BE LET, from Michaelmas next, TOR- COEDFACH FARM, Llangendeirne, com- prising 111 Acres of excellent Arable and Pasture Lands, with good Buildings. Also BEIDIAU FARM, Cayo, 116 Acres.—Apply, Messrs. J. Davies and Son, Mining Engineers, Estate Agents, and Auctioneers, Cowell House, Llanelly. (2669p HENS moult quickly and continue laying on Karswood Poultry Spice containing ground insects. Packets 2d., 6d., Is.—Davies, Chemist, Llandilo. (2672p SHIRE STALLION.—For Sale, the well-known Entire Horse, EGLWYS MATCHLESS" (29348). This horse has been proved a sure foal- getter, being the sire of several First Prize Win- ners, also of very high priced animals throughout Carmarthenshire. Further particulars, apply Owens, Cwm Howell Farm, Llannon, S.O. (2670p NEAT Correspondence brings GOOD RESULTS. TYPEWRITTEN LETTERS are always BEST. Before deciding upon your 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. (2350p FUNERAL Coach, with child's Coffin box, little J" used; latest pattern; cash or terms. Photos and particulars free.—Marston, 24, Bradford Street, Birmingham. (2583p LADIES REAL THIS! AdTioo free for stamp Mra. E. Stewart's Famous Female Remedy, never fa.il.Addre. II, Guinea Street, Bristol. TO CLEAR.—A few oopies of "The Raven," a novel based upon the Life and Times of Sir Rhys ab Thomas by the Rev. Glynfab Williams, are still on hand, and are now offered at HALF-PRICE. viz., 3d. EACH, or by post 4d. For this novel the author was awarded the first prize at the Carmar- then National Eisteddfod, August, 1911. Secure a Copy now as only a limited number remain, and THERE WILL BE NO REPRINT. -JOURNAL Office, Carmarthen. WARWICK CYCLES DIRECT FROM FACTORY. No advance in prices. Save dealers profits. World wide reputation for high- grade quality and honest value. See what satisfied riders in your district say. Fully equipped machines, JB4 10s. Easy payments privately arranged from 8s. monthly. Fully guaranteed; carriage paid. Approval willingly. Money returned if not satisfactory. Send for 32-page catalogue free. —WARWICK CYCLE Co. (Dept. C), Birmingham. WE can provide you with WEDDING INVI- TATION CARDS at 2/0 per dosen, 60 for 6/9, or 100 for 11/ Envelope. to match stamped with silver InitiaJ are included in these prieee. FUNERAL Car, light, glass sides, equal new; Jf cash or terms. Photos.—Marston, 24, Brad- ford Street, Birmingham. (2582p WE offer you value in WEDDING CARDS. VV Prices from 2/3 per dozen, 50 for 6/9, or 100 for 9/ including Envelopes to match. We invite you to inspect oar latest samples. -JOURNAL, Car- marthen. LLANWRTYD WELLS.—12-roomed House and JLJ Shop to Let or Sell, in main street.—Foot- man, Green, Llanstephan. (2641p OF INTEREST TO FARMERS.—A few copies are still on hand of the Booklet—The ShiTe ) v. Strong-boned Cob or Roadster, and mry be bad from the JOURNAL Offioe. Price Id. eaoh, by post lid. Jhiias- IT US- GOVERNESS Cars, Ralli Traps, the lightest and VJ" most up-to-date on the market. About Twenty new, ready, immediate delivery. Rubber Tyres and without. Sent any distance in crates. Hundreds of pleased customers. Testimonials re- ceived daily. 50 years' reputation. Low cub prices.—Avery's, Coaohbuilders, Dock Street, New- port, Mon jfor Sale RHYBYDD 0 BWya: AT BWYLLGORAU ARDDANGOSFEYDD, &o. —Gellir oael Roll Tickets at wasanaeth Arddan- gosfeydd, etc., gyda throad y post o Swyddfa y CARMARTHEN JOURNAL. Gellir eu oael wedi eu geirio: Admission, 3d., 6d., 1/ ne 'b/6." Prisiau 1/- y fil, neu drwy y post 1/1. Danfoner arian gyda'r archeb. COOMB HERD OF LARGE BLACK PIGS, The Property of Sir Owen Philipps, K.C.M.G. SEVERAL young Boars and Sows for Sale-five and six months old; also Weaners from regis- tered parents. For full particulars apply to the Bailiff, A. V. KEY, Coomb Home Farm, Carmarthen. ROLL Tickets worded Admission—id., 6d., 1 and 1/6" always in stock at the JouMAL Office. Price If. per 1,000, or by poet 1/1. Supplied only in thousands. Term Cub with orda.- JOUBNAL Offioe, Carmarthen. BASIC SLAG. All grades, analyes guaranteed, I delivered any station in England and Wales.-cbarles Picken, Merchant, Wolver- hampton. (24SSp PEAT MOSS LITTER. best qnality, at lowest I prioe delivered any sta- tion.—Charles Picken, Merchant, Wolverhampton. SHORTHORN CALVES. STRONG healthy Calves are sent oarriage 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 fanoy prices. For prioe list and book of testimonials, apply Fred B. Gill, Wynngate, Whitchuroh, Salop. (XliWp HORTHORN Calves for Rearing, form Deep- K3 milking Cheshire Dairy Cows by Pure-bred Bulls; quotation to any Station; no fanoy prioes; correspondence a pleasure.—Frank Dobie, Littleton, Chester. musical instruments D. J. SNELL'S ANNOUNCEMENTS. PIANOS & ORGANS.—New or Seoond-h-nd 1] all the leading Makers, at greatly reduoed prioes during war-time. New Pianos from 215 10.. Bargain List free.—D. J. Snell, 20, and 22, High Street, Arcade, Swansea. RAMAPHONES, 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. High Street Arcade. Swansea. Xost anb jfounfc LOST, on main road between Llandilo and Llan- gadock, steel spring cap from motor-cycle tank, stamped Rotherhams, Coventry"; size slightly bigger than five-shilling piece.—Anyone re- turning to JOUBNAL Office will be rewarded. LOST, 'from Penlaniach, Talley, Cross-bred Sheep; also Two Lambs, black and white, with horns, short tails. Finder rewarded.—THOMAS. (2640p LOST, from Tyisaf Farm, Llandebie, on June 29th, 1915, 2 Cross-bred White-face Ewes (shorn), and 4 Lambs, marked in red on loin and back of neck. Finder suitably rewarded.—J. Hop- kins. (3840 JJIGH SCHOOL FOR G IRLI; CARMARTHEN. President of tiie Counoil: THE LOKu BISHOP OF ST. DAVID ? HKAD MI8TBB8S— Miss E. 1. SUTTON, B.A., Honours London University (First Class in Classics). THE School gives an Excellent Eduoation 011 JL very Moderate Terms. Admirable Accommodation for Boarders. Pupils prepared f ■ LONuON MATRICULA TION and other Pul"jo Examinations. Boys as well as girls csui be received in the Pre- paratory Class and the KINDERGARTEN DE PARTMENT. The Term began Thursday, April 22nd. For full particulars apply to the Head Mistress. THE QRAMMAR gCHOOI. PENCADER, CARMARTHEN. BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. HEADMASTBB: J. R. SAUNDERS, M.A. (Cantab.), (Emmanuel College), Assisted by a highly qualified Staff of Resident and Visiting Masters. Preparation for all Examinations. Special indivi- dual attention in single subjects. The Term began Tuesday, April 20th. For terms and particulars, apply to the Head- master. (2172p QARMARTHEN COUNTY (gCHOOLS THE GRAMMAR SCHOOL HZAIDKABTZIL-K. S. ALLEN. M A. (Cantab) COUNTY GIRLS' SCHOOL. HEADMISTREBB-MISS B. A. HOLME, M.A. Late Open Scholar of Girton College. Cambridge. Fees, £1 9s. per term. Reduction when there aro two or more children from the same family. The Term began Thursday, April 22nd. UNIVERSITY OF BIRMINGHAM FACULTY OF MEDICINE, Associated with the General and Queen's Hospitals for Clinical Teaching. SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY, In conjunction with the Birmingham Dental Hospital. The Winter Session Opens October 5th, 1915. The University grants Degrees in Medicine, Sur- gery, and Public Health, and a Diploma in Publio Health; also Degrees and a Diploma in Dental Surgery. The Courses of Instruction are arranged to meet the requirements of other Universities and Licens- ing Bodies. For Prospectus and further information apply to PETER THOMPSON, M.D., 3833) Dean, jftnanctal LONDON & PROVINCIAL DISCOUNT CO., LTD. IMMEDIATE CASH ADVANCES. 210 to El,000 are privately oompleted at 24 hours' notice on your simpie promise to repay, without preliminary fees. Cdlor write to the Manager, W. SHIRLEY, 48, Stokee Croft, Bristol. Advances £ 5 to £ 5,000 ON YOUR WRITTEN PROMISE TO REPAY AT A MUTUALLY AGREED INTEREST. £ 5 for 16 monthly payments of 6s. 8d. £ 10 laL 4d. £ 20 „ £ i 6a. 8d. LOANS OF £ 30 A JD UPWARDS, spread over a period of Tw. ■\ (Months as follows £ 30 total amount repayable JB36 12 Od. 260 „ „ 275 4s. (XL 2100 „ „ 2122 Os, Od. and so on pro rota. Loans over a period of two years or more QY, arrangement. A gentleman will call if desired and advance cash at applicant's house. NO SURETIES REQUIRED. Prc-nptness and Privacy. NO CHARGE OF ANY KIND UNLESS BUSINESS DONE. Distance immaterial to the actual lenders. Write or call. F. \WRENCE. LTD. (The Oldest West of England Com- paq) DON CHAMBERS, CHEESEMARKET, WINE SlUEET, BRISTOL. Telephone 1791. Telegrams- Approved," BristoL CASH ADVANCED PRIVATELY. FROM £10 TO £ 5,000. To Tradesmen, Professional Gentlemen, Farmers and Respectable Householders. WITHOUT SECURITY or SURETIES A WRITTEN PROMISE TO REPAY IS ALL WE REQUIRE. No FEES, or FINES. STRICTEST PRIVACY GUARANTEED. RE-PAYMENTS to suit the convenience of BORROWERS. TERMS mutually agreed upon before Business completed. DISTANCE NO OBJECT. LOANS from 5 can be arranged for persons entitled to money, investments, or property under WILLS or SETTLEMENTS. Such advances may remain unpaid for any number of years. CHARLES STEVENS, LTD., Hayes Buildings, CARDIFF. 2f16) Tel. No. 467 JAMES JONES & Sous, Bll tLPOSTERS, KTDWELLY. '■11 B' posting executed throughout the neighbouring Villages and Gwen- b draeth Valley. CARMARTHEN 13ILLPOSTING CO, STAFFORD HOUSE. NOT! SQUARE, CARMARTHEN BILLPOST1NG and Advertising it* all itc Br"rwh. throughout the Counti-v* H Ctmur thar,, Pembroke. and Cardigan. (Fleas* nott, change of sddrfte). W. S. MORRIS, WHOLESALE GROCER AND CORN MERCHANT, CARMARTHEN. Telephone, 50. Telegrams, Morris, Merchant, Carmarthen." SEND FOR PRICE LIST. public notices SALMON AND FRESHWATER FISHERIES ACT, 1907. TOWY, TAF AND LOUGHOR FISHERY DISTRICT. TO OWNERS AND LESSEES OF FISHERIES, SALMON AND TROUT LICENSEES, AND OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Towy, Taf and Loughor Fishery Board have applied to the Board of Agriculture and Fisheries for a Provisional Order under the above-mentioned Act, containing provisions for the following among other purposes:— (1) To define the area within which the order is to apply. (2) To alter the constitution of the Board of Conservators. (3) To provide for the imposition of contributions assessed on private Fisheries. (4) The imposition of license duties for £ shing for all kinds of fish. (5) To -alter or abolish the maximum scale of license duties. (6) To enable the Board of Conservators to ac- quire 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 Con- servators to make Bye-laws for the regula- tion of the Fisheries within their district, including among other things the power to prohibit or regylate the use of nets or any specified kind of nets for fishing for Salmon in such waters within the District as may be defined in the Bye-law. (9) To make su-ch 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 pro- visions 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, 1915, 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, 3832) 4, Saint Mary Street, Carmarthen. FFYNONE, BONCATH. FFYNONE, BONCATH. A SELECTION of SHORTHORNS from this well-known Herd, the property J. V. Colby, Esq., will be SOLD by AUCTION early in October next. LLOYD & THOMAS, JOHN FRANCIS & SON, 3816) Auctioneers. BREEDERS OF PIGS TAKE your Sows to PRESWYLFA, PENIEL, where that Celebrated large white Boar, NURNE BUSY BOY" (18447), is in attendance. 2667p)' W. J. DAVIES, Owner. | p 1CTTHE URINRK, ECARMDARTRHENOM TP Saturdays 2.30, 6.30 & 8.30 p.m. Thursdays-6.30 & 8.30 p.m. Other Days-8.16 p.m. The most Comfortable and Healthy Hall in South Wales MONDAY TTITV 9FSH* T!LM^ SC.RFEKNED CLEAR AND STEADY. 26ti^—By ^pecial Arrangement with Messrs. Gaumont's, London. THE HEIRESS OF SEVILLE A Pleasing Drama by Gaumont. THURSDAY, JULY 29th-By Special Arrangement with the X.L. Film Co., London a Thrilling Exclusive, THE GOLDEN COBRA A Tale of Indian Mystery, powerfully portrayed pianist ^atest War Films and other Interesting Pictures. ADMISSION—3d., 6d., 0d. Children—2d M kri «Y A 'AH MR. T. S. PUDDICOMBE MANAGER *4 Saturday Afternoons for Children—Id., 2d., Id. — MR. W. T. ROGERS. > .>< Blue Street, EMPIRE TH EATRE) Carmarthen I WEEK COMMENCING JULY 26th. 'I B EXPENSIVE ENGAGEMJ'A'T OP THE FAXiOGS CONCERT I PARTY I THE WHAT NOTS I ■ Seven,Versatile Artistes in their Refined and Sparkling Entertain- I ment, including ° ■ Maidie Martin Bernard Hardy. ■ ■ Comedienne. Humorist. ■ I F f^hy,lis, AKlng Harold Coleman. I H Jjintertainer and Accompanist. Vocalist. H ■ Dorothy Walton Eddie Evans, I Soprano. Comedian. I BILLIE TAYLOR, Mixologist. I ■ Change of Programme Nightly. Always Something New. | ■ ,DON'T MISS THE KAISER'S DREAM." I B EMPIRE ORCHESTRA. I ■ Nightly at 7 & 9. Matinee on Saturday at 2.30. Usual prices I From NORTH, SOUTH, EAST & WEST We receive inquiries in connection with all kinds of INSURANCES We invite inquiries from YOU. THE INSURANCE WELSH /liplft CORPORATION LTD. HEAD OFFICE: 22, HIGH STREET, CARDIFF. BRANCHES: Prudential Chambers, Castle Street, Widemarsh Street, Hereford ^ansea Bangor Street, Carnarvon. Central Chambers, Newport. APPLICATIONS FOR AGENCIES INVITED. DO NOT OVERLOOK Our Cigarette and Tobacco Fund FOR SOLDIERS & SAILORS ABROAD. =='T' .i- The demand for "smokes" is enormous, and the supply can never exceed the demand. Every donor of If- 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. f^>-i|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., i/- from 3 lbs. to 7 lbs. 1/4; 7 lbs. to I I lbs., 1/7 in this case, with P.O.,send name, name of soldier, regiment, regimental number, if possible. j Many soldiers from West Wales write and ask us for MORE SMOKES," but our FUND IS EXHAUSTED. Please send us some more Sixpences and Shillings.