Teitl Casgliad: Carmarthen journal and South Wales weekly advertiser
Sefydliad: Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru
Hawliau: Nid yw statws neu berchnogaeth hawlfraint yr adnodd hwn yn hysbys.
The "Journal" is sold out every week, and many readers have been disap- pointed at not being able to secure a copy. The moral is: GIVE A STAN- DING ORDER to your Newsagent!
The Circulation of the Carmarthei Journal" has in- creased by OVER 1,000 COPIES A WEEK since War began
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. The scale of charges for prepaid advertise- ments in the CARMARTHEN JOURNAL under the classes of Situations Vacant, Sale by Private Contract, To be Let or Sold, Apart- ment, Lost and Found, and Miscellaneous, will in future be at TELEGRAM RATE. No. of One Three. Six Words, insertion, insertions, insertions. 12 0 6 10 19 18 0 9 16 2 6 24 1 0 2 0 3 3 30 .1 3 2 6 4 0 36 1 6 3 0 — 4 6 40 1 9 3 6 i 6 SEEKING FOR SITUATIONS, may advertise at 20 woRffS FOR SIXPENCE. All orders for advertisements must bear the name and address of the advertiser, and must be aco-mpanied by remittance to cover the cost either in HALFPENNY Stamps or Money Order. The Publishers do not guarantee the in- sertion of an advertisement in any specified issue, or at all, and will not be liable for any lose occasioned by the failure of an advertisement to appear in any specified issue, 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 caso tiiey 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. maXXtCb When replying to advertisments please mention Carmarthen Journal" "T ANTED, young Ladies as Apprentices to the Fancy and Millinery; also Youth for General Drapery.—Apply to Thomas, Albion House, Carmarthen. (3095o D" RESSMAKING & LADIES' TAILOR ING.—Wanted, experienced Bodi<:e, Coat, and Skirt Hands. Also Apprentices and Improvers.—Dd. Evans, Bradford House, LlaneLly. (3090p 1 ADY Clerk Wanted, with knowledge of J.J Shorthand preferable.—Apply, Haydn Williams, Wine and Spirit Merchant, Car- marthen. (4364 WANTED, 17 gallons well-cooled even- ing's Milk.—Evans, Milk, Port 'Val bot. (3095p WANTED a Spinner (over military age) must understand the trade.—Evans and Thomas, Pantolwen Mills, Llandyssul. (3094p W ANTED, capable Drivers, not eligible for Army; used to handle and look after horses; able to write. Good wages.— Apply, Box 99, JOURNAL, Carmarthen. (4382a WANTED, in private house, Cook- Generul; two other maida kept.— Mrs. Thomas, 6, Shaa Road, Acton, Lon- don, W. (4366 VVTANTED, a Man (ineligible for Army), ▼ to look after Stock on a Grazing Farm. Must be steady and reliable.— Apply, Box 38, JOURNAL Office, Carmarthen. (436S WANTED, 2 Blacksmiths.-Apply, Win. Isaac, Old Foundry, Carmarthen. (3123p (jPvOCERY & PROVISIONS—Wanted, ..Jr several smart Juniors, with 1 or 2 experience, for Star Supply Stores (South Wales Branches). Apply, giving full partiuclnrs a" to age, experience and wages required to W. Eardley, Eastwood, Porth- cawl. (4383 WANTED, Dairies well-cooled Milk.- David," c/'o Stephens, Fruiterer, 125, High Street, Swansea. (31 lip JOHN G. Marsh, Wholesale Provision Merchant, Whitchurch, Cardiff, is a Buyer of FRESH WELSH EGGS for Cash. (4358 TENDERS arc invited for carting sand JL from Coygan to Laughaxne, distance about two miles; quantity about 100 tons it. month.—For particulars, apply S. G. Dalton, Great House, Laugliarne. (4384 WANTED, Pitwood Hauliers; 6s. per day.—Apply, Daniel Davies, Con- tractor, Crynant, Neath. » (3110p WANTED, Man over military age, for Steam Pres9. Must be well recom- mended.—Apply, Myrddin Hosiery Co., Carmarthen. (3104p VlfANTKD. for Flat, London (3 in f" family, single-handed Cook and, House-Parlourmaid. Very good wages. Good references e,-sential.-Write '-N f r s,. Fairlie, 168, Ashley Gardens, Westminster. (3122p TAILORS Wantel, aVo one With Ladies' Coats and Skirts; constant work; ineligible for army.-Luther Thomas, Cwmdu, Llandilo. (3116p GENERAL Servant Wanted: plain cook- ing; two in family; write, stating -e -nee -in ritre, experience and wages. Mrs. Morgan. Vicarage, Pontardulais. (3115p WANTED, a thick-set Mare Pony, 13 TV h.h., 4 to 6 years, sound and quiet in harness. A$.ao i-ubbeit-tyred Governess far and Harness, <11 good coudition. State lowest price.—Davies, Tanypal, Llandovery. (3114p WANTED, Van-Salesman, for Grocery (ineligible for army).—Apply. Chan- ning Thomas. Llandyssul. (3126p To et. TO LET, a fully licensed free PubHo House in centre of Carmarthen.— (4312 JMROSSHANDS.—Apartments to Let, three rooms, moderate rent.—Apply, T>a