Collection Title: Carmarthen journal and South Wales weekly advertiser
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CARMARTHEN JOURNAL, FEB-12, 1915 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 H. B. JONES, 18, Park Street, Swansea
IMPERIAL I Gas, Oil & Petrol Engines. Cheapest and Best. IMPERIAL Gas, Oil & Petrol Engines. Cheapest and Best. Wrfee for particulars to KEIGHLEY GAS AND OIL ENGINE Co., Ltd., Dumballs Road, CARDIFF. OIL ENGINE Co., Ltd., Dumballs Road, CARDIFF.
NOTICE TO A DVERTISERS. The eoale of charged for prepaid advertisements in J JODK.iL UD<1« U» <*««• ° V acant. Sue by Private to Let or Sold, Apartments, Lost and Found, Miscellaneous, will in future be at TELEGRAM RATE. No of One Three Six. Words. insertion. insertions. insertion. 12 0 6 1 0 I y 18 0 a J J — ai i 0 2 0 1 » is 26 56 1 6 3 0 4 6 42 1 9 S 6 5 6 MEN-SERVANTS, HOUSEMAIDS, COOKS, &o., or any other persona SEEKING FOR SITUATIONS, ajkjr advertise at 20 WORDS FOR SIXPENCE. Ali orders for advertisements must bear the name and address of the advertiser, and must be accom- panied by remittances to cover the cost, either in HALFPENNV stamps or Money Order. The Publishers do not. guarantee the insertion, ot in advertisement in any specified issue, or at and will not be liable for any loss occasioned by the failure of an advertisement to appear in any specified isaue or ftt all. They also reserve the right to refuse insertion of an advertisement. ^h!tat great pains are taken to secure accural, the Publishers would impress upon "dv^rs ^h aeed for legible writing. In any case they n, insert advertisements upon the condition that tbey do not acoept responsibility for inaccuracies, nor for any consequence arising therefrom. I King Street, London Offices Carmarthen. 28. Shoe Lane, E.C. Wantefc. When replying to advertisements please mention Carmarthen Journal. HP HERE is a vacancy in the JOURNAL Office for a JL well-educated Youth to learn Reporting and Jouriial ism. -Applicants must have received a thorough grounding in an Intermediate School.- Apply, Editor, CARMARTHEN JOURNAL. (2289p THERE is a vacancy in the JOURNAL Office for a well-educated Girl to learn typewriting, short- hand, and office routine.—Apply, Manager. THE Manager of the CARMARTHEN JOURNAL will be pleased to make an offer for any volumes of the paper, bound or otherwise. The volume for 1810 is specially wanted. WANTED, a good plain Cook, age about 25 years.—Apply, in first instance by letter, to Matron, Carmarthenshire Infirmary, S. Wales. "VJCTANTED at once, a respectable young Woman v* as Housemaid, age about 24 years.-Apply, Matron, Carmarthenshire Infirmary, S. Wales. WANTED immediately, Clerk, accustomed to VV Shorthand, Typewriting and Book-keeping. -Apply, Box No. 139, JOURNAL Office, Carmarthen. WANTED, strong Lad, just leaving school, to assist in Grocery, and make himself useful. -Box 29, JOURNAL, Carmarthen. (2434p BULLS! BULLS!! BULLS!—Wanted imme- -D diate, 60 Fat Bulls, also Store Bulls for feeding. GOOD PRICE GIVEN. Farmers in Carmarthenshire and Cardiganshire having Bulls for sale communicate at once.—Charles Franklin, Cattle Dealer, Albion Hotel, Wern, Shropshire. (2438p WANTED at once, Cook and House Parlour Tr Maid.—Miss Tyler, Gernog, Maesllyn, Cardi- ganshire. (2437p WANTED, an Improver or Bread Hand for bakehouse.—Williams, Caterers, Brecon. (2440p WANTED, Spinner; also few Weavers.—Apply, TV Wm. Thomas and Co., Gelly Mills, Clyn- derwen. (3559 WANTED, a good Farm Labourer that under- stands all Farm Work; good wages, and a nice Small Holding-keep two or three cows, etc. to a suitable man.—Apply, "Small Holding," JOUR- NAL Office, Carmarthen. (3570 WANTED, a good rough rider and strapper in TV Stable, must be a steady and active man.— Apply, stating wages expected, where last employed, etc. to "Stables" JOURNAL Office Carmarthen. (3571p w ANTPD, Apprentices and Improvers, for the TV Millinery and Dressmaking Workrooms; also an experienced Dressmaker as Alteration Hand.— Apply, J. Davies and Son, Cloth Hall, Carmarthen. (3576 WANTED, a steady, reliable Man and Wife to work a Small By Hold Farm on Cardigan- shire Coast; must be accustomed to Sheep and Tillage. Good wages, with Cottage and Garden free.—Apply, Jones, Manoravon, Llandilo. (3579 WANTED, Apprentice to Chemistry. Excellent T* opportunity for thorough grounding in all branches.—B. D., JOURNAL Office, Carmarthen. (2442p WANTED, 'Cook-General, end February, near Swansea three in family. House-parlourmaid and morning girl kept.—Apply, F. H., JOURNAL Office, Carmarthen. (2447p WANTED, Dairies of thoroughly cooled Milk im- mediately; main line preferred.—Apply, CDairy," JOURNAL Office, Carmarthen. (2445p G ROCERS.-The Home and Colonial Stores have Vacancies for Smart Juniors and Assistants.— Apply, King Street, Carmarthen. (2430p YOUNG General Servant Wanted; wages refs. to Mrs. Culliford, North Parade, Aberystwyth. (2460p w ANTED, Improver for Shoeing and General Smith.—E. Evans, Lyonshall, Hereford- shire. (2456p WANTED, Dray Mares and Geldings; must be TV sound.—Particulars to Felinfoel Brewery Co., Ltd. Llanelly. WANTED, to, rent or might purchase, medium- TV sized Holding or House, with land, in Car- marthenshire or Cardiganshire.-Apply, Idris," JOURNAL Office, Carmarthen. (357S WANTED, Turkeys, Geese, Fowls, Ducks; any 'T 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 T V Apprentice.—Badger, Draper, Pontardulais. (2463p ZTo 1et. TO Let, CWMTYDU FARM, Mill and Land; in the Parish of Llandyssiliogogo, Cardiganshire, from Michaelmas next; rent £ 33. For permission to view apply to tenant.—Further particulars may be • had from Mr. J. Lawrence, Dimond-street, Pem- broke Dock. (3558 TO LET, from Michaelmas, 1915 the FuUy- licensed Inn, known as THE RED LION, in the village of Llandefeilog, close to the main road. Carmarthen 6 miles, Kidwelly 3 miles distant Free house. Good stabling, with about 42 acres of farm lands, outbuildings comprise coach-house, hay- ic shed, cowhouse, etc., etc.-For particulars, apply:- Messrs. Timmins and Timmins, Solicitors, 5, North Parade, Bath. (2433p f TO Let, the MASON'S ARMS, Llanstephan, near Carmarthen. Fully licenced. For further particulars apply, Buckley's Brewery, Ltd., Llanelly. jfor Sale EDDIN.G GIFT.-Lady offers magnificent 7- '7 V guinea Service, 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 RKYBYDD 0 BWYS AT BWYLLGORAU ARDDANGOSFEYDD, &c. -Gellir cael Roll Tickets at wasanaeth Arddan- gosfevdd, etc., gyda thread 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. FOR SALE, one Mule, Knowles-Houghton, equal JU to new; 2g pitch; 180 spindles.—Davies Bros., 2 Llanwrda, Carmarthenshire. (2461p FOR SALE, 8 h.p. Bat. Jap, late 1911, and Side- Car and Spares; any trial.—Squibbs, Cardigan. GENT'S Cycle for Sale; good condition; nearest offer.—"Emlvn," JOURNAL Office, 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 UtL FOR SALE, 2 Tons of Well-hafvested Meadow Hay.—Davies, Tanypale, Llandovery. (2435p TTIOR SALE, about six loads of Well-harvested -T Stable Bedding.—Apply, I. W. JOURNAL, Carmarthen. (2432p FOR SALE, a good Stallion, and a good stock getter; working in all gears.—Apply, Ed- wards, New King George, Carmarthen. (2449p T7V3R SALE, by private treaty, two Freehold -T Houses, 40 and 41, FRANCIS TERRACE, Carmarthen.—Apply, Phillips, Grocer, Cambrian Place, Carmarthen. (2444p ALLPAPERS 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 FOR SALE, Pure-bred Cockerels, White Orping- tons and White Wyandottes; also Sittings of Eggs.-Mrs. Urquhart, Clearbrook, Llanarthney. 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 PRINTED Notices bearing the words, Apart- i- ments," A House to Let," This House to Let," may now be had at the JOURNAL Office. Price Id .each, by post lid. FOR SALE, Ensign Roll-film Hand Camera Sym- metrical Lens f8.; excellent condition; cheap. —Apply, "Camera," JOURNAL Office, Carmarthen. LADIES READ THIS! Advioe free for etamp Mrs. E. Stewart'B Fancou» Female Remedy, never fails.-Address. 9. Guinea Street, Bristol. TREES.-Young Trees of all varieties always in i. stock at Caeaugwynion Nurseries, Pencader. Inquiries invited.—Jones Bros., Proprietors, Pen- cader. (2388p PIANO BARGAINS.—A very fine Broadwood JL Upright Piano in Mahogany case, C12; Phil- lips Piano in Rosewood, new condition, £15; Rose- wood Pianola" (when new 60 Guineas), £ 14; Col- lard and Collard Square Piano, splendid playing condition, j36. All Pianos fully guaranteed. Write for Catalogue E and full bargain list to C. Milsom and Son, Ltd., The Great West of England Piano House, Milsom Street, Bath. (3546 ROLL Tickets worded Admission—3d., 6d., 1/* and 1/6" always in stock at the JOOBHAL Office. Prce 1/- per 1,000, or by post 1/1. Supplied only in thousands. Terms Caeh with order.— JOURNAL Office, Carmarthen. 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 JE8 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. (2411p WE offer you value in WEDDING CARDS. Prices from 2/3 per dozen, 50 for 6/9, or 100 j for 9/ including Envelopes to match. We invite vou to inspect our latest samples.—JOURNAL, Car- marthen. BAOIP CI Aft All grades, analyses guaranteed, DnwIU w ■ delivered any station in England and Wales.-Charles Picken, Merchant, Wolver- hampton. (2422p PEAT MOSS UTTER. tion.—Charles Picken, Merchant, Wolverhampton. U/AD fill DATQ "RODlNE"Rat Poison WAtt Url tin I 0. makes a clean sweep in one night. Dead vermin dry up. Absolute exter- mination guaranteed. Swift and deadly. Tins, 6d., Is., 2s., 3s., 5s.; post, 2d.-HARLEY, Chemist, Perth. Agents:—W. Lloyd, Chemist, Carmarthen; D. M. Davies, Chemist, Llandilo; J. Nicholas, Drug Stores, Llandovery; J. J. Davies, Llanybyther; D. Rogers, Chemist, St. Clears; D. J. Lewis, Chemist, LLandebie. SHORTHORN CALVES, STRONG healthy Calves are sent carriage paid s 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 prioes. For price list and book of testimonials, apply Fred B. Gill, Wynngate, Whitchuroh, Salop. (2139p S HORTHORN Calves for Rearing, form Deep- milking Cheshire Dairy Cows by Pure-bred Bulls; quotation to any Station; no fanoy prioes; correspondence a pleasure.—Frank Dobic, Littleton, Chester. instruments D. J. SNELL'S ANNOUNCEMENTS. p IANOS AND ORGANS.-New and Second- hand by all the leading makers from E5 up- wards. Lists free.—D. J. Snell, High Street Arcade, Swansea. RAMAPHONES, from 21/ New Double-sided G records from Is. ld. each. Thousands of Re- oords in Stock to select from. Lists free.—D. J. SMU. 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I S The FULL EMPIRE ORCHESTRA at every Performance. H 9 Twice Nightly—7 & 9. Matinee, Saturday at 2.30. 9 B Prices of Admission—Pit, 3d. & 4d.; Stalls, 6d. Circle, 9d. 9 ■ THE MOST UP-TO-DATE AND COSY THEATRE IN WEST WALES ■ cg||X I FRESH GARDEN SEEDS Grow More Vegetables this Year. With all foods advancing in price, it is recom- mended that greater attention be paid to the culti- I&kg vation of vegetables. Most vegetables are, with a little care and attention, very easy to grow, and cwfSl as long as the seeds are FRESH and of good f germinating quality, the few pence-worth of seeds usually required to s6w a garden is well worth the outlay when compared with the value of vegetables grown. Besides, you can then be sure MEf fthat your vegetables aTe fresh, whenever you want All seeds at Towy Pharmacy, the Noted House for Garden Seeds, ai-e perfectly fresh and them, c. C All seeds at Towy Pharmacy, the Noted House for Garden Seeds, are perfectly fresh and sound, and they are of high germinating quality, tiMZ as experiments carried out before ordering have proved. Buy them there, because you can be