Collection Title: Carmarthen journal and South Wales weekly advertiser
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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 81. B. JONES, 18, Park Street, Swansea
IMPERIAL Gas, Oil & Petrol Engines FOR FARMERS. Cheapest British Make IMPERIAL Gas, Oil & Petrol Engines FOR FARMERS. Cheapest British Make Send for Catalogues to KEIGHLEY GAS AND OIL ENGINE Co., Ltd. LOCAL OFFICE— Dumballs Road, CARDIFF.
v- NoTICE TO A DVEirrisKU& «»le ol S the CARMARTHEN JOURHAI- under the Igituat,ons v"alit, Saie by Private Contract, to be "I Let or Sold, Apartments, Lost and Found, and tfinellaneous, will in future be at TELEGRAM RA1K One Three ^1X- No. Of VJU* insertions. insertions Words. insertion. insertion 12 0 6 1 0 J » 18 0 s •• 15 j H 10 10 — ? K 1 26 J E i 6 ••• 88 i f, 42 18 » 6 66 ^iTsERVANTa HOUSEMAIDS, COOKS, to., or uny other persona SEEKING FOR SITUATIONS, may advertise at 20 WORDS FOR SIXPENCE. AU ordure for mart bear the and of tbf; l1dvert,iser, and must be aocon2- panied bv remittance,.i to c(,,Ycr the oost, either in earned by remittances to cover the oos failure of till to in any imu, or at all. They also re-,erve the right tu refuse Insertion of fin advertisement. Whilst great are aken to æoure amuraoy, £ sdis S3 C t *—»• «" •r-r-; "i""81 L:™don Offic, #" cSrmart6he;. 28, Shoe Lane, E.O- = -= Mantel- "when replying to advertisements, p,Ca8° mention Carmarthen Journal. rr^ vn?"R F, is a vacancy in the JOOBNAL Office for a T^lLducat^ YJuth to learn Reporting^and thorough grounding m an (2289p 'Apply, Editor, OABM\BTHIP» JOUBMAL. I rw^TT'F'RE ie a vacancy in the JOURNAL Office for a Giri to ta»n Wpewntmg, .tort- band, and office routine.-Apply, Manager. ■WF ANTED, Correspondent for the CARMARTHEN W JOURNAL at Llandilo. Excellent opportunity for intelligent voung man to add to his income. App y. Editor, JOURNAL. W"" ANTED, a good plain Cook, age about 25 years.-Apply, in first instance by letter, to Matron, Carmarthenshire Infirmary, 8. Wales. HE Manager of the CARMARTHEN JOURNAL will be pleased to make an offer for any of the paper, bound or otherwise. The volume for 1810 is specially wanted. ANTED at once, a respectable young Woman as Housemaid, age about 24 years.—Apply, Matron, Carmarthenshire Infirmary, S. Wales. GROCERS.—The Home and Colonial Stores have Vacancies for Smart Juniors and Assistant^ Apply, King Street, Carmarthen. (2430p W~ ANTED, Shoeing Smiths; good pay.—Apply, in person, Pembroke Yeomanry, Barracks, Carmarthen. (3591 WANTED, experienced General; three in family. —ADDIV with particulars and references, to Mrs. Griffiths! Gwynfaf North Road, Aborygwytb. i A N Old-established Insurance Co., with strong A local influence, transacting C*J_ classes of business, require energetic marthenshire, Cardiganshire and PcmteotaNsh Every assistance given in working the agencies and liberal remuneration.-Apply, Box 25, JOURNAL Office, Carmarthen. ROYAL Liver Friendly Society require Full and Spare-time Agents; 25 per cent• commission book interest; no debit system; exceptional oppor- tunities for experienced men.—Apply, District Office 48, Glcnalla Road, Llanelly or Life Inspector Rees, Brynhyfryd, Abergwili Road, Carmarthen. ^-TT Tr —Wanted, a Dairy of well-cooled Milk. M1 State particulars and prices.-BeJfordDairy, Westvillo Road, Cardiff. (2472p WANTED, a trustworthy Housekeeper for a Bachelor, from 35 to 45 years of aSc; able to manage a cow, testimonials required; good homo for a suitable person.-Apply, Tro" JOUILVAI-, Carmarthen. (2482p ANTED, Two Teams for Timber hauling; Gumbo or Waggons.-Apply, John Jones, Timber Merchant, Pencader. (2483p W" ANTED, a Cowman who understands sheep, lor a Home Farm-not eUgiblo for the Army.—Address. General Six J. HilMohne., EtoUu- cothy, Llanwrda.. WANTED, strong smart Boy, for Mineral W atcr Works.—Apply, Norton and Co., Carmar- then. (2580p WANTED, an honest Servant, about 30 years of age; testimonials required. "Honest," JOURNAL Office, Carmarthen. (2489p TTTASON seeks situation on lady's or gentleman's M estate; well up in repairs, walh"§?plajJ"" ing, roofing-Apply, D., Joowu. marthen. (2488p -pjny Wanted smart and accurate, for local Works B°YOffice^Xpplj, 10, JOT«al, Carmarthen. (3609 WANTED, 15 to 20 Gallons Milk oaily; 6 or 12 W months' contract. Apply. D. Walter, 22, Abbey Road, Port Talbot. (3608 ADDLERS.-Wanted immediately, good Stitchers and General Hands. Fares paid, good wages to good men.-Giles, Phillips and Co., Swansea. (3607 WANTED, for position as Police Constable, a healthy man of good character ajid age 21 to 25, height without boots 5.10, chest 36. Wages commence .27s., and rise to maximum of 34s. Application to be made to Head ConstaMe^Car marthen Borough. (3605 CLERK Wanted for Grocery, Corn, and Flour C Busing-Apply, Urgent, Charles Evans, Lampeter. (3606 to %et. TO LET, immediate possession, 26. QUAY STREET. Carmarthen.—Apply, Mrs. Jones, Westminster Hotel, Colwyn Bay, or Finch, Nott's Square, Carmarthen. (2466p TO LET that desirable Farm, Dwelling-house and Building. called «PANTGWYNMAWR," comprising 1691 Acres, situate close to Henfeddaa, near Llanfyrnach Station, and within easy reach of the markets of Crymmych and Newcastle-Emlyn. Possession at Michaelmas, 1915.-Apply to Jones- Lloyd, Solicitor, Pembroke Dock. (248Ip for Sale X7VDR SALE, Boar, old Welsh breed, 15 months -T old; good stock-getter.—Davies, Salutation Hotel, Nantgaredig. (3589 TTIOR SALE, by Private Treaty, about 20 acres of Jj 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- guinea Servioe, A1 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. -| rV ACRES of Oak, Alder, Ash; 40 years' I 4 growth; suitable for colliery and other purposes, on Gwempa. Farm, Pontantwn, 3 milea from Pontyeates, Kidwelly. The Tenant wiU shew the wood. Tenders to Mr. Rees, Yegubor- fach, Llangendeirne, by March 12th. (3594 SHIRE Stallion for Sale, foaled 1906, black; No. 24880; grand legs and feet; 17.2 h.h.; weiglity. -"Farmer," JOURNAL Office, Carmarthen. B (2487p AN Excellent Freehold Building Site, together with Laundry Buildings, including Stable, Coach House, etc., complete, on Abergwili Road, for Sale.—Apply, Rees Davies, Carmarthen. (3601 MOTOR-CAR for Sale. Rover 12 h.p. (1913), grey, 4-seater, complete with all black fit- tings, hood curtains, speedometer, grid, etc.; all in perfect running condition. Can be seen at Pembrey.—Apply, Capt. J. W. Bishop, Pembroke I Yeomanry, Cawston, Norfolk. (3602 PIANO BARGAINS.—A very fine Broadwood -t- Pianette in Rosewood, £ 16; Burling and Bur- ling in Walnut case, £ 15; Rosewood Pianola" (when new 60 Guineas), £ 14; Collard and Collard Upright in handsome Walnut case, 218; Broad- wood Upright, j635. Write for Catalogue C., and complete Bargain list.—C. Milsom and Son, Ltd., The Great West of England Piano House, 15, Mil- som Street, Bath. (3546 TIMBER 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 li miles from Nant. garedig Station, cl-ose 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 FOR SALE, small American Organ; good tone; £ 4; bargain.—-Box 98, JOURNAL Office, Car- marthen. (2479p WALLPAPERS FROM lid. PER ROLL. Any 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 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. RHYBYDD 0 BWYS AT BWYLLGORAU ARDDANGOSFEYDD, &e. -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 lita." Prisiau 1/- y fil, neu drwy y post 1/1. Danfoner arian gyda'r archeb. 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 ld. each, by post lid. LADIES READ THISI Advice free for utamp Mrs. E. Stewart's Famous Female Remedy, never fails.—Address. 9, Guinea fttraet. Bristol. ROLL Tickets worded Admission—5d., 6d., 1 and 1/6" always in stock at the JOUBHAL Office. Prioe 1/- per 1.000. or by post 111. Supplied only in thousands Terms Cash with order.- JOUBHAL 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 £ 8 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 A FEW PENCE PER ACRE will protect your cornfields of Wheat, Barley, Peas Beans, j Vetches, Maize, etc., from Rooks. Pheasants, Pigeons, Vermin. No need to use boys men cr dummies to keep away the birds if you use CORVUSIME 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. DAC| £ CI 1C All grades, analyses guaranteed, delivered any station in England and Wales.-Charles Picken, Merchant, Wolver- hampton. (2422p PEAT^KOSS UTTER, tion.—Charles Picken, Merchant, Wolverhampton. gHORTHORN CALVES. STRONG healthy Calves are sent carriage paid upon lots of two or more to any station in your district. Bred from large-framed Shorthorn sirfg and dams. Full of hair and bone. Un- doubtedly the best obtainable. No fancy prioee. For prioe list and book of testimonials, apply Fred B. Gill, Wynngate, Whitchurch, Salop. (2139p SHORTHORN Calves for Rearing, form Deep- milking Cheshire Dairy Cows by Pure-bred Bulls; quotation to any Station; no fancy prioee; correspondence a pleasure.—Frank Dobie, Littleton, Chester. VISITING CARDS.—Ladies' si«e—Plain, 1/6; Gilt-edged, 1/9 for 50. Gent's siae—Plain or Silt-edged, 1/6 for 60 post free. Cash with order.—JOUBNAL Offioe, Carmarthen. Orders man be for 60 or more. /Musical instruments D. J. SNELL'S ANNOUNCEMENTS. PIANOS AND ORGANS.—New and Second- hand by all tho 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. Liste free.—D. J. Snell. High Street Arcade, Bwansea. pIC EI RR M E I THE RINK, CARMARTHEN t SATURDAYS—1.10, 6.10, and 8.18 p.m. THURSDAYS—6.19 and 8.11 pm. OTHER D AYS-7.30 p.m. MONDAY, MARCH 8th-The Lost Mail Sack, Powerful Drama by Kalem in Two Parts. And A Fragment of Ash, Drama by Edison. THURSDAY, MARCH llth-Sheepts Clothing, Drama by Edison. Featuring Bigelow Cooper and Majorie Ellison Elsie. And When Death Rode the Engine, Drama by Eclair. LATEST WAR FILMS AND OTHER INTERESTING PICTURES. Pianist Mr. T. S. PUDDICOMBE. ADmissiow-3d., 6d., M. Children-Id.. id., 4d. Saturday Afternoons for Children—Id., Id., lei. MANAGER MR. W. T. ROGERS. | EMPIRE THMTSa I BE Proprietors— Resident Manager— H GRIFFITHS and BOLTON. HORACE W. BOLTON. ■ H Great Attractions in Pictures & Variety I ■ COMMENCING MONDAY, MARCH 8. I H Pleasing Re-engagement of H I Dorothy Walwyn & Harry Bamford I ■ The High-class Vaudeville Entertainers. M Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, H M SPLENDID STAR PICTURE, entitled- ■ I HELPING MOTHER I HI A delightful Domestic Drama, of great pathos, featuring the most accomplished Child ■■ Actors of the day. H Thursday, Friday, & Saturday, March 11, 12 & 13, I Sg MAGNIFICENT EXCLUSIVE PICTURE IN THREE PARTS ■ BH (By special arrangement with the Ideal Film Renting Co., Ltd.), 9B I WHEN LONDON SLEEPS I B (From the Famous English Melodrama by Charles Darrell). A tense Drama of London j^H Life as it is lived to-day." J The WARWICK CHRONICLE and other Highly Interesting Pictures. I H The FULL EMPIRE ORCHESTRA at every Performance. I B Twice Nightly—7 & 9. Matinee, Saturday at 2.30. H M Prices of Admission—Pit, 3d. &4d.; Stalls, 6d. Circle, 9d. ■ THE MOST UP-TO-DATE AND COSY THEATRE IN WEST WALES I Book your seats for THE ROSARY," March 15th.M ss^6 fj&L FRESH GARDEN SEEDS ? I Grow More Vegetables this Year. With all foods advancing in price, it is recom- mended that greater attention be paid to the culti- vation of vegetables. Most vegetables are, with a ^ttle care and attention, very easy to grow, and ctBrji as long as the seeds are FRESH and of good 1 germinating quality, the few pence-worth of seeds car/ usually required to sow a garden is well worth jSP* the outlay when compared with the value of "21JI1. vegetables grown. Besides, you can then be sure fthat your vegetables are fresh, whenever you want All seeds at Towy Pharmacy, the Noted House for Garden Seeds, are perfectly fresh and 3^ so.md, and they are of high germinating quality, yLmz aa experiments carried out before ordering have Hip-' them. All seeds at Towy Pharmacy, the Noted House for Garden Seeds, are perfectly fresh and 3^ so.md, and they are of high germinating quality, yLmz ID Z!1 as experiments carried out before ordering have Hip-' f proved. Buy them there; because you can be certain they are the best. Special Low Prices to Wholesale Buyers. A. I. JONES, M.P.S. (ST.CRSEEJ?S M Qualified Pharmacist, Optician & Seedsman, jpj^ 16, LAMMAS STREET, CARMARTHEN, tjk V"7û A. H. STOODLEY Electrical Engineer and Contractor Barn Road, Carmarthen. Electric Lighting and Power, Private Plants, Bells and Telephone a speciality. I Z5 t3 All business will receive personal and prompt attention. YN AWR YN BAROD, YR AIL RIFYN ¡ 0 Hanes y Rhyfel Ewropeaidd Pris 3c. Trwy'r post 3^c., blaendal. Mae ychydig gopiau eto ar law o'r rhifyn cyntaf, ond gan na .11, argreffir ychwaneg dylid danfon archebion ar unwaith cyn eu gwerthir allan. Gellir cael y ddau rifyn yn rhad trwy y post am 7C.t blaendal. Bydd y rhifynau hyn, ynghyd a r rhifynau dilynol, yn grynhodeb 6 1 cyflawn ac eglur o'r Rhyfel fwyaf a welwyd erioed. Brithir yr Hanes 1 o darluniau ardderchog. < jfor Sale WE can provide you with WEDDING INVI- vV TATION CARDS at 2/9 per dozen, 60 for 6/9, or 100 for 11/ Envelopes to matoh stamped with silver Initial are included in these prices. 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. -JoultriAL, Car. marthen. TTKJR SALE, Ensign Roll-film Hand Camera Sym- JF metrical Lens f8.; excellent condition; cheap. —Apply, "Camera," JOUBNAL Offioe, Carmarthen. elL PRINTED Notices bearing the words, Apart- ments," A House to Let," This House to Let," may now be had at the JOUBNAL Offioe. Price Id .each, by post lid. WE can provide you w^fch WEDDING INVITA- TION CARDS at 2/9 per dozen, 60 for 6/9, or 100 for 11/ Envelopes to match stamped with silver Initial are included in these prices. Xost an& jfcmnfc STRAYED to Glanyrafon, Llangain, Brown kO SpanieL If not claimed within four days will j be sold.-Davies. (M84p J The Welsh Insurance Corporation, Lid* Head Office: 22, HIGH STREET, CARDIFF. Offer to Freeholders who own their Houses and Farms. Excellent T errltS for I nsurances against Fire, Einployer's Liability, Live Stock, SSc., 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 DAVIES-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-WALKER, 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. ÆNEAS 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., Pern., 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. 1- The Local Directors will be glad to advise about all descriptions of insurance. Swansea Oftice-17, WIND STREET. Carmarthen Representative-Mr. LEONARD EVANS, f Mansel Street, Carmarthen. i SMOKES FOR OUR SOLDIERS I I "JOURNAL" SCHEME OF SUPPLY TOBACCO & CIGARETTES AT HALF- PRICE. IN order to assist our brave Welsh boys at the front, w. have opened -L 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 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 » 31- 1) 500 „ or I lb. „ „ 8/6 „ 1000 „ AND lib. „ 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 II lbs., 1/7 in this case, with P.O., send name, name of soldier, regiment, regimental number if 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. 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 t" Just fancy yourself in a trench as described above—waiting for hours o charge "-and nothing to smoke. Every contribution will be thankfully receivea by Editor, and duly icknowledged in our columns. Please address all contributions to "TOBACCO," I JOURNAL OFFICE, and state- CARMARTHEN. i. Name and address. 5 2. The soldier's name, regiment, and if possible regimental number. 3. Exactly what you want sent. 4 4. Please write custinctiy. < j