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CARMARTHEN JOURNAL, AUG-13. 1915 I SWANSEA I I MERCANTILE CO., Ltd., Of 18, PARK STREET, SWANSEA, Make Cash Advances from e18 to zi,ooo 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
CARMARTHEN BILLPOSTING Co. STAFFORD HOUSE. NOTT SQUARE, CARMARTHJBf. BILLPOtSTING and Advertising ia ail ili JD Branobes throughout the Counties 81 CuniV* Pembroke, and Cardigan. (Please note obaage of adihlM) JAMES JOXES & SONS, BILLPOSTERS, KIDWELLY. Billposting executed throughout the neighbouring Villages and Gwea- draeth Valley.
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS The **Je of charge, (or preiwid "f S (he CABMAJSTHKN JOURNAL under UW Situations Vacant, Sale by a £ j Let or Sold, Apartments, Lost and Found, ana Miscellaneous, will in future be at TELEGRAM RATE. No. of One Three Six Word.. insertion. insertions. motion.. 12 ••• 0 £ "• i R t l •jo 0 9 — 1 6 ••• 6 24 ° o »» j; 30 1 # ••• 26 0 86 16 ••• J J J 41 19 J 6 ••• 66 SEEKING FOR SITUATIONS. may advertise at 20 WORDS FOR SIXPENCE. All orders for advertisements must bear the name »nd address of the advertiser, and must panied by remittance to cover the cost either m HALFPENNY Stamps or Money 0rder; The Publishers do not guarantee the insertion or an advertisement in any specified issue, or at all, Ind will not be liable for any loss occasioned by the failure of an advertisement to appear in any specified Sue, or at all. They also reserve the nght 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 ca^e 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. B.C. TKHantefc. univine to advertisements please Wh^nent.on "iarmarthen Journal." 4 N Apprentice to the Printing Trade is required A at the JOURNAL Office.-Apply to THE Manager. THERE is a vacancy in the JOURNAL Office for a well-educated Youth to learn Reporting and Journalism. Applicants must have received a thorough grounding in an Intermediate SoW Appiy, Editor, CABMABTBUW JOOBWAL. (etovp WANTED, Cook-General; must have good references. Another maid kept. Good BOX 35, Office, C«m.r- then. (3830 H/TILK Wanted, 9 to 12 gallons daily. XYZ. JXL JOURNAL, Carmarthen. (2695p WANTED, good Wheelwright, used to country work; regular job; .|8 « K> »-APP^ Theo. Davies, Ffairfaoh, Llandilo. (2694p WANTED voung Man; must have good refer- e^^Jenkh?., 10, Queen Street, Cgrm.r- then. -»*-TTK Wanted, any quantity, prepared, to start 25, Neath Road, Swansea. (2651p WANTED, Second-hand Phonograph Re^rds^ Send list and lowest pnoe.- P., JOT-BNAL Office. Carmarthen. (2652p ROGERS.—William Harris, 144, High Sircet, U Merthyr Tydfil, requires Assistants, Grocers Warehouseman, and Haulier. pp y, fullest particulars. (2650p THE Manager of the CARMARTHEN JOURNAL win be pleased to make an offer for &ny.U^!I of the paper, bound or otherwise. The volume for 1810 is specially wanted. 7^^5__voung Girl for housework and help in Shop near Carmarthen. Respectable bome and good chances if tidy and true. B. JOURNAL Office, Carmarthen. (2681p ANTED, Contractor for felling and hauling W wood at Abercrave.-Apply to Abercrave Col- lieries Co., Abercrave. (3847 WANTED, Cook-General; references rocl"lre,c}"— Apply, Mrs. W. Harris, Danybryn, Merthyr Tydvil. (2686p ANTED immediately, a good House-Parlour- maid for privatehouse in Carmarthen Apply, A. JOURNAL Office, Carmarthen. (ZbMp XXOTJSE Wanted in Carmarthen, 2 sitting, 3 or 4 H° iSdroon. Garden. Full parUcular, to 31, Malvert Terrace, Swansea. (2701p WANTED, 17 Gallons Full Cream Milk daily- Permanent contract.—R. E. Jones, Mackworth Hotel, Swansea. 2700p WANTED, an experienced Man to take charge of self-acting Mule and pair of En_gm • Regular employment. Wages, 35e. a w gan James, Maesycwmmer. v F WANTED, an experienced Man to take charge of Powerlooms; good wages; regular employ- ment.-Morgan James, Maesycwmmer. (2707 WANTED, a Herdsman for Sir Owen Philips' Shorthorn Herd at Coomb Juried. Wife + aftor the Dairy and Poultry. Apply, A V. Key. Coomb Home Farm, Llangain, Carmarthen. WANTED, Dairy well-cooled Milk at once.— Fear, Pen-y-Lan Da.ry, 1, Road, Swansea. (2702p y>CROSS HANDS.-Wanted, a good local Man C ^Sth Insurance Experience, ft* ^11-kno™ Society.—Apply, R. W JOURNAL Office, Carmar- then. (2703p ANTED, Suction Gas Engine Driver; state wages and experience.—Stephens Kidwelly. (2704p Uo Xet. GWYLFA, CONWIL.—This desirable Semi-de- tached Villa to be Let or Sold; passion Michael- s. -Apply, Mrs. Job. (2655p TO Let, GREEN DRAGON INN, Wood's Row, Carmarthen—ieasy terms. Immediate posses- .Jon.-Apply, Buckley'a Brewery, Ltd., Carmarthen. TO LET, House and Saddler's Shop in Station Road,' Kidwelly; only saddlers' shop in dis- trict.—Mrs. James, Belmont House, Kidwelly. (2631p CWMMAWR Farm, Talley, to be Let; possession Michaelmas; 50 acres; excellent outbuildings; house recently repaired.—Apply to Owner, c/o Post Office, Talley. (3846 TO BE LET, from Michaelmas next, CNWC- DEILIOG FARM, l £ miles from Llandovery, 2 comprising about 160 acres.—Apply, H. Davies- Jhs. Highmead, Llanybyther. (2683p xro Xet PEMBROKESHIRE. FARM TO LET. TO BE LET, with possession at Michaelmas, 1915, that Excellent Farm called PANTIRION, Containing 340 acres or thereabouts, situate in tho Parish of St. Dogmael, near Cardigan. For further particulars apply to MESSRS. JENKINS & EVANS, 3863) Solicitors, Cardigan. TO Let, PONTCARREG COTTAGE, Carmar- then; half hour's walk from Railway Station. —ADPIV, Mrs. Howell, Post Office, Johnstown, Car- marthen. (2648p TO Let, 11, QUAY STREET, Carmarthen.— Apply, Castle House, Priory Street, Carmar- then. (2680p TO BE LET, next Michaelmas, LLANDAWKE FARM," House and Buildings. containing 176 acres of good pasture land, including 29 acres, or thereabouts, of arable land.—Apply to J. W. Harries, Pilrhoth, Llanstephan Road, Carmarthen. TO LET, from 29th September, PARKY- BERLLAN, near White Mill; good house and large garden.—Apply to Mathias, White Mill, Aber- gwilly. (2689p DANYGRAIG, TALLEY. TO LET, with possession this month, the above attractive Residence and Garden, with or without 8 acres of first-class grazing land surround- ing same. The house, which overlooks the celebrated Talley Lakes with charming views, is in excellent order, and contains sitting-room, dining-room, par- lour, 6 bedrooms, bathroom, w.c., kitchen, scullery, and out-offices. -Apply, Cawdor Estate Office, Car- marthen. XO LET, from Michaelmas next, LLWYN, Llanddewi-brefi, near Lampeter.—Apply, John Francis and Son, Estate Agents, Carmarthen. WERN House, near Llandefeilog, and about 2i miles from Kidwelly and Ferryside, to be let September 29th, containing three reception rooms, kitchens and offices, three bedrooms on first, and three on the second floors, large lawn and garden, stable and coach-house.—Apply to Geo. Humphreys, 10, Langland Road, Mumbles. (2696p WERN-NEWYDD, NEAR NEW QUAY ROAD. —To Let, with possession at Michaelmas next, this excellent Farm of about 84 acres, within easy distance of Railway Station. Rent, £ 65 per annum, the Landlord paying tithe rent-charge.— Apply at once to the Agents, Messrs. Evans and Thomas, Solicitors, Llandyssul. (3866 TO LET, from Michaelmas next, the well-known Freehold L)airy Farm, called TREBERSED, situate within li miles of the Town of Carmarthen, and containing about 200 acres of probably the beet grazing land in the County.—Apply to J. Howell Thomas and Son, Estate Agents, Carmarthen. (3868 jfor Sale SHEETS.—Lady offers two pairs finest quality White Twill Sheets, large size, and four beautifully frilled hemstitched Pillow Cases; un- soiled and perfect. Accept 21s., worth treble. Ap. proval willingly before payment.—Write, "Twill," JOURNAL, Carmarthen. (2679p T7WDR SALE BY TENDER.—Freehold Farm, -T GILFACH FAWR, in the Parish of Llanfi- hangel-ar-Arth, Carmarthenshire, 2. miles from Pencader and 3 miles from Llanpumpsaint Stations, comprising 180 Acres, buildings in excellent condi- tion, with water-power attached. Tenders to be sent by August 28th to Mr. J. Davies, Gilfach Fawr, Pencader. (2691p R SALE, Croes-bred Labrador Retriever, and .£1 Spaniel Pups; make good workers. Cheap.— Apply, Major Urquhart, Clearbrook, Llanarthney. TTTOR SALE, medium-sized, modern Residence; r 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 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 used; latest pattern; cash or terms. Photos and particulars free.—Marston, 24, Bradford Street, Birmingham. (2583p LADIES READ THISI Advice fre« for »tamp Mrs. E. Stewart's Famous Female Remedy, never fails.—Address. 8, Guinea Street, BruAol. 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 2/8 per dosen, 60 for 6/9, or 100 for 11/ Envelopes to match stamped with silver Initial are included in these prioes. FUNERAL Car, light, glasA sides, equal new; i' cash or terms. Photos.—Marston, 24, Brad- ford Street, Birmingham. (2582p OF INTEREST ^0 FARMERS.—A few copies are still on hand of the Booklet—The Shire v. Strong-boned Cob or Roadster, and m> y be bad from the JOURNAL Office. Price ld. each, by post lid. GOVERNESS Cars, Kalii Traps, the lightest and G 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 oath prices. -A-very's, Coaohbnilders, Deck Street, New. port, Mon jfor Sale T7I0R SALE, Real Turkey Carpet, new, 13ft. by -T lift.; also fawn Axminster, 15ft. by 9ift. What offers?—Apply, T. A. JOURNAL Office, Carmar- then. (2705p 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. 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. BACH, 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. WE offer you value In WEDDING CARDS. 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. ROLL Tickets worded Admission—id., 6d., II- and 1/6" always in stock at the JoUMAL Office. Price 1/- per 1,000, or by poet 1/1. Supplied only in thousand* Terms Cub with corder.- JOURNAL Offioe, Carmarthen BASIC SLAG. ,A? ^a,de8' ant^es delivered any station in England and Wales.—Charles Pioken, Merchant, Wolver- hampton. (Ullp PEAT MOSS LITTER. best quality, at lowest pnoe 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 sirps and dams. Full of hair and bone. Un- doubtedly the best obtainable. No fanoy prioes. For prioe list and book of testimonials, apply Fred B. Gill, Wynngate, Whitchurch, Salop. (limp S HORTHORN Calves for Rearing, form Deep- milking Cheshire Dairy Cows by Pure-bred Bulls; quotation to any Station; no fancy prices; correspondence a pleasure.—Frank Dobie, Littleton, Cheater. /IDusfcal instruments D. J. SNELL'S ANNOUNCEMENTS. PIANOS & ORGANS.-New or Seoond-h-nd 1 j all the leading. Makers, at greatly reduced prices during war-time. New Pianos from JB16 10.. Bargain List free.—D. J. Sneli, 20, w' and 12, High Street, Arcade, Swansea. RAMAPHONES, from 21/ New Double.sided G records from Is. Id. each. Thousands of Re- oords in Stock to select from. Lists free.—D. J. Snell. Hish Street Arcade. Swansea. Xost an& jfounft 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 pieoe.-Anyone re- turning to JOURNAL Office will be rewarded. T OST, from Rhydyfwyalchen, a Grey-faced Sheep, tip of ear missing. Reward for information. —T. Morgan. (8684p LOST, from White Mill Farm, Cross-bred Sheep,' marked with green paint.—Lewis, Quarry Lodge, White Mill, Abergwili. (2685p STRAYED, Black Pony. with blemished knees, at S Caerllwyn, FoelgEstell, CrosshanJs. Unless claimed within fourteen days will be sold to defray expenses.—Wm. Davies. (2676p STRAYED to CI oat eg, Llangendeirne, Horned Mountain She<>. with white head. If not claimed within 7 da- will be sold.—Evan Davies. (2697p JEtmcatton HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. CARMARTHEN. President of tiie Council: THE LORD BISHOP OF ST. DAVlD'fl HEAD MlIiTBBBB- Miss E. I. SUTTON, B.A., Honours London University (First Class in Classics). THE School (fives an Excellent Education on very Moderate Terms. Admirable AooomnilOdation for Boarders. Pupils prepared for LOIvuON MATRICULA- TION and other Public Examinations. Boys as well as girls can be received in the Pre- paratory Class and the KINDERGARTEN DE. PARTMENT. Next Term begins Thursday, September 16th. Boarders return Wednesday, September 15th. For full particulars apply to the Head Mistress. THE QRAMMAR gCHOOL PENCADER, CARMARTHEN. BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. HEADMASTER: J. R. SAUNDERS, M.A. (Cantab.), (Emmanuel College), Assisted by a highly qualified Staff of Resident and Visiting Masters. Preparation for all Examinations. Speoial indivi- dual attention in single subjects. For terms and particulars, apply to the Head- master. (2172p CARMARTHEN COUNTY gCHOOLS THE GRAMMAR SCHOOL HBADUAITBR—E. S. ALLEN. M.A. (Cantab). COUNTY GIRLS' SCHOOL. HEADKHTBBBB—MISS B. A. HOLME, M.A. Late Open Scholar of Girton College, Cambridge. Fees, 21 1M. per term. Reduction when there aN two or more children from the same family. The next Term begins Wednesday, September 15th. The Headmistress (at the Girls' School) and the Headmaster (at the Boys' School) will be pleased to see the parents of new pupils from 11 to 1 on Saturday, Sept. lith, and from 2.30 to 5 on Tuesday, Sept. 14th. financial Lt ^ON & PROVINCIAL DISCOUNT CO., LTD. IMMEDIATE CASH ADVANCES. £ 10 to ;el,ooo are privately completed at 14 hours' notice OIl your simple promise to repay, without preliminary fees. Call or write to the Manager, W. SHIRLEY, 48, Stokes Croft, Bristol. Advances C5 tO £ 5,000 ON YOUR WRITTEN PROMISE TO REPAY AT A MUTUALLY AGREED INTEREST. £ 5 for 15 monthly payments of 6t. 8d. £ 10 lfa. 4d. £ 20 „ £ 1 6s. 8d. LOANS OF £ 30 A JD UPWARDS, spread over a period of Tw. N (Months as follows 30 total amount repayable £36 11 Od. £ 60 „ „ „ 273 4s. OJ. 2100 2122 De. Od. and so on pro rota. Loans over a period of two years or more by arrangement. A gentleman will call if desired and advance cash at applicant's house. NO SURETIES REQUIRED. Promptness and Privacy. NO CHARGE OF ANY KIND UNLESS BUSINESS DONE. Distance immaterial to the actual lenders. Write or calL F. LAWRENCE, LTD. (The Oldest West of England Com* pany), DON CHAMBERS. CHEESEMARKET, W^NE STRFET, BRISTOL. Telephone 1791- Telegrams— 1 Approved," Bristol. CASH ADVANCED PRIVATELY. FROM zClO TO £ 5,000. To Tradesmen, Professional Gentlemen, Farmera 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. 2616) Tel. No. 467 Sales by Huctfon TO BE SOLD BY TENDER. PARISH OF ABERGWILI. THE valuable and desirable freehold farm with -E. its extremely good buildings known as CEFNHENLLAN," 3i miles from Carmarthen Town, and containing 123 acres more or less. Arrangements can be made for three-fourths pur- chase-money to remain on mortgage at 4 per cent. Tenders must be sent to the undersigned (of whom further particulars may be obtained) by 31st August inst. UNGOED-THOMAS & KING, 3858) Solicitors, Carmarthen. CROSS HANDS. CARMARTHENSHIRE. JOHN FRANCIS & SON will offer for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION on the premises in August, 1915 (subject to conditions of sale which will be produced), the Valuable Freehold Buildings, Sites and Fields, now forming part of the Farm of Rhosybonwen, in the Parish of Llanarthney, Car- marthen, situate adjoining the road from Foel- gastell to Drefach. Further particulars may be obtained of the Auc- tioneers, Carmarthen, or of Mr. D. G. Rees, Solici- tor, Llanelly. FFYNONE, BGNCATH. A SELECTION of SHORTHORNS from this well-known Herd, the property of J. V. Colby, Esq., will be SOLD by AUCTION early in October next. LLOYD & THOMAS, JOHN FRANCIS & SON, 3816) Auctioneers. DO NOT OVERLOOK Our Cigarette and Tobacco Fund FOR SOLDIERS AND SAILORS ABROAD i The demand for smokes is enormous, and the supply can never exceed the demand. Every donor of 1/- sends 150 Cigarettes or 5 oz. Tobacco 3/- „ 500 or lIb. 1) 8/6 „ 1000 „ and 1 lb. 21 Every P.O. 6d. would secure 75 Cigarettes for Tommy. The Cigarettes are "The British Liou," 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/- frozi) 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 possible. 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. W. S. MORRIS, WHOLESALE GROCER AND CORN MERCHANT, CARMARTHEN. Telephone, 50. Telegrams, 11 Morris, Merohuiti Carmarthen." BBND FOR PRIOB LIST. — EMPIRE THEATRE CARMARTHEN. Proprietors—Messrs. Griffiths & Bolton. Manager-Mr. H. W. Bolton. v MONDAY, AUGUST i6th AND WEEK. Starring Engagement of the Celebrated COSTUME CONCERT PARTY THE DAINTIES The Company includes the following High Grade Artistes :— el 6 Miss Alma Lorene Miss Enid Hall Dainty Comedienne and Speciality Dancer. Late Vocalist and Speciality Dancef in a quick change Lyric Theatre, London. Dancing Revue.—Winner of Gold Modal, 1914. Mr. Oily Kidd Principal Comedian Dick Wittington" Panto mime, Lyric Theatre, London, 1914-15. Miss Nina Richmond Mr. Billy Barrat Operatic Soprano. The Voice of the Century. Versatile Vocalist.—Winner of the Hippodrome Challenge Trophy, 1914. Kloof & Waylett Ernest Blake In their Refined Musical Speciality Act. The Talented Pianoforte Soloist & Author-Coint.oeer. In their Refined, High-class, Vocal, Mu-ical, Mimatic and Humorous Varentia, compris- t) I ing Charming Music, Sparkling Novelty, Daiuty Dances, Pleasing Concerteds and 0 c Entertaining Pianoforte Sketches, &c. THE FULL ORCHESTRA AT EVERY PERFORMANCE. Twice NightlY-7 & 9. Matinee, Saturday at 2.30. Prices of Admission-Pit, 3d. & 4d.; Stalls, 6d. Circle, 9d. The most up-to-date and cosy Theatre in West Wales. "TZ> ICTUEEDROM E THE RINK, CARMARTHEN Saturdayti-2.30, 6.30 & 8.30 p.m. Thursdays-6.50 & P 30 p.m. Other Days-8.15 p.m. The most Comfortable and Healthy Hall in South Wales OUR FILMS SCREENED CLEAR AND STEADY. MONDAY, AUGUST 16th—By arrangement with Messrs. Gaumonts, London. The Shanty on Trembling Hill Featuring Francis X. Bushman and Lorna Anderson. CHARLES CHAPLIN IN CHAMPION CHARLIE A Two-part Essanay Comedy. (By Special Request). THURSDAY, AUGUST 19th-By special arrangement with Messrs. Kineco, Cardiff GREAT EXCLUSIVE The Man on the Box Comedy-Drama, produced by the Jessie L. Lasky Feature Play Co. Latest War Films and other Interesting Pictures. Pianist MR. T. S. PUDDICOMBE ADMISSION-3d., 6d., 9d. Children-2d., 3d., 4d. Saturday Afternoons for Children-ld., ad., lei. MANAGER MR. W. T. ROGERS. From NORTH, SOUTH, EAST & WEST We receive inquiries in connection with all kinds of INSURANCES. We invite inquiries from YOU. THE • INSURANCE WELSH Wm CORPORATION LTD. HEAD OFFICE: 22, HIGH STREET, CARDIFF. BRANCHES: Prudential Chambers, Castle Street, I Widemarsh Street, Hereford. Swansea. Bangor Street, Carnarvon. Central Chambers, Newport. I APPLICATIONS FOR AGENCIES INVITED. Q Expensive accidents like this 3 tyrUfrnJ do not happen to wearers p of patented AOCo 7 I. 'f:- I I —n—i—r. When we adjust Fits-U's to your nose they remain securely in place until you take them off. Best of all, they are perfectly comfortable \J and good-looking. W If you are interested in better eyesight and better eyeglasses we p will gladly explain many other Fits-U advantages. •! I A. I. JONES, M.P.S. (rr^s0) I p PHARMACIST, OPTICIAN & SEEDSMAN, |g I 16, LAMMAS STREET, CARMARTHEN | <9 ,ør