Collection Title: Carmarthen journal and South Wales weekly advertiser
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CARMARTHEN JOUBHAL, JULY 9.1915 SWANSEA MERCANTILE CO., Ltd., of 18, PARK STREET, SWANSEA, Make Cash Advances from r,io 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
r> < V J. A. DAVIES, Plumber, Gasfitter, Heating and Sanitary Engineer, 2, ST. CATHERINE STREET CARMARTHEN, GOOD WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED. ONLY FIRST-CLASS MATERIALS USED. ALL REPAIRS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO, MODERATE CHARGES. 3710) ESTIMATES GIVEN Fua.
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS The scale of obarges for prejwud adTert'eomort* m the CABMABTHEN JOURNAL under tn« oia»«» Situations Vacant, Sale by Private Contr-t, To be Let or Sold, Apartments, Lost and Found, and Miscellaneous, will in future be at TELEGRAM RATE. No of One Three Six insertions. insertions. Words. insertion. insertion*. 12 0 6 i I 8 6 ir 0 9 — 1 6 "• 55 0 Jf 10 8 0 J I SJ i J 2 6 4 0 X 16 a 0 4 6 42 1 S 3 6 5 6 MEN-SERVANTS, HOUSEMAIDS, COOKS, &c., or any other persons 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 be panied by remittance to cover the cost either m TTAT FPRNNT Stamps or Money Order. The Publishers do not guarantee the msertion 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 i«?ue, 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 oondition that they do not accept -responsibility for inaccuraoies, nor for any consequence arising therefrom. 8, King Street, OQLo^°n Offices: Carmarthen. 28> Shoe Lane, E.O. raantefc. When replying to advertisements please mention 11 Carmarthen Journal." AN Apprentice to the Printing Trade is r&iuired at the JOUENAL Office.—Apply to the Manager. THERE is a vacancy in the JOTJBNAL Office for a well-educated Youth to learn Reporting and Jouriiaiisni. -Applicants must have received a thorough grounding in an Intermediate 8cW- Appiy, Editor, CAjimAwmsx JOCKKAL. (2289p THE Manager of the CABMABTHEN JOURNAL will ri be pleased to make an offer for any volumes of the paper, bound or otherwise. The volume for 1810 is specially wanted. MILK —Wanted about 40 gallons d *AV. M. Bevan, St. Helens Dairy, Kensington Cres- cent, Swansea. (2565p WANTED, Male and Female Outdoor Appren- tices for the General Ironmongery, Glass and China Departments, Ac.—Apply, Harries, Towy Works Limited, Carmarthen. (3796 (GROCERY.—Smart Improver or Junior Wanted X immediatelv.—Apply, by letter, giving refer- ences, age, wages required, to Industrial Co-opera- tive Society, King Street, Carmarthen. (2649p WANTED, a smart Youth as an Apprentice to TV the Drapery Trade; terms, three years; living in.-Illtyd Williams, Compton House, Aber- ,dare.: (3799 DRESSMAKING.—Wanted, Improvers and Ap- prentices to the Dressmaking.—Isaac, Cam- brian House, Carmarthen. (2626p RAPERY.-Wanted, experienced Saleswoman, and able to keep books, for Village Stores; Welsh essential.—Full particulars, first letter, J. Emlyn Jones, Cwmcoy, Newcastle-Emlyn. (2627p STRONG Grocer's Haulier Wanted, urgent.— Charles Evans, Lampeter. (3505 WANTED, an intelligent Youth as Apprentice to the Ironmongery Trade. Must be able to speak Welsh; indoors.—Apply to W. Thomas and Son, Carmarthen. (3806 WANTED, a reliable Girl as General, not under 23; two in family.—Apply to Miss Davies, 26, PIcton Terrace, Carmarthen. (3807 WANTED, a strong, steady Man.—Apply with TV references to W. S. Morris, Corn Merchant, Carmarthen. (2636p W ANTED, an Improver to the Grocery Trade.— ▼ T Apply, Isaac Thomas and Son, Corner House, Llandilo. (3815 TiiGGS, BUTTER, BACON.—J. G. Marsh, 'J Wholesale Provision Merchant, Whitchuroh, near Cardiff, is a buyer for Cash. (2637p WANTED, an Apprentice for the Grocery; also an Errand Boy.—Phillips, London House, Carmarthen. (2638p WANTED, a Ga/rdener (single-handed).—Apply, C. Hope, Pigeonsford, Llangranog, Car'di- ganshire. (2645p WANTED. respectable middle-aged House- Tv keeper for family of 3; no small children.— Apnly, John Williams. Oak Hill, Cross Hands, Llannon, S.O. (2646p GARDENING, Fruit Trees, summer pruned, G general handy work, carpentry, et- done; highest references; terms moderate.—"Horticul- lurist," JOURNAL, Carmarthen. (2642p YOUNG Lady offers temporary services as com- IL panion or Shop Assistant. M. JOUHNAL Office, Carmarthen. (2647p MTT.K Wanted, any quantity, prepared, to start, 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 RAOCERS. -William Harris, 144, High Street, Mcrthyr Tydfil, requires Assistants, Grocer's Warehouseman, and Haulier. — Apply, stating fullest particulars. (2650p Uo let. TO Let, GREEN DRAGON INN, Wood's Row, Carmarthen—"easy terms. Immediate posses- sion.-Apply, Buckley's Brewery, Ltd., Carmarthen. TO LET, Hou^e and Shop. "CARDIGAN STORES," Water Street, Carmarthen; im- mediate possession. — Apply, 53. Water Street, Car- marthen. (2643p TO LET, September next, WERNDDU FARM, near Carmarthen, containing about Two Hun- dred Acres, or thereabouts.—Apply, David Thomas, Wernddu, Carmarthen. (2635p XTo 1et. TO BE LET, from Michaelmas next, TOR- COEDFACH FARM, Llangendeirne, com- prising 111 Acres of excellent Arable and Pasture Lands, with good Buildings.—Apply, Messrs. J. Davies and Son, Mining Engineers, Estate Agents, and Auctioneers, Coweli House, Llaiielly. (2oo2p TO BE LET, from Michaelmas next, CWM- CLOCH FARM, Mydlrim, St. Clears, con- taining 152 Acres, or thereabout& -Apply, John Franois and Son, Estate Agents, Carmarthen. TO LET, House and Saddler's Shop in Station Road, Kidwelly; only saddlers' shop in dis- trict.-Mrs. James, Belmont House, Kidwelly. (Z651p; TO BE LET or Sold with immediate possession, BEACH HOTEL, with Beach House, Aber- Avron Free house. All particulars, Lewis Davies, Aberayron. (2634p TO LET, from Michaelmas next, GWASTOD- MAWR FARM, situate 1 £ mile from Llan- pumpsaint Railway Station, containing 118 Acres of Pasture and Arable Land, with suitable Build- ings thereon.—D. Thomas, Bryncene, Bronwydd Arms. (3808 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 WARWICK CYCLES DIRECT FROM FACTORY. No advance in prioes. 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. FOR SALE, Phaeton, excellent condition, lately Jt* done up, modern design, driver's detachable seat at back, makers Hutchins and Co., Liverpool. Sacrifice for £ 12 10s.—" Phaeton," JOURNAL Office, Carmarthen. (2632p tjlOR SALE, Pedigree Smooth Fox Terrier Bitch J? Puppy, 10 months old; price 30S.-W. V. Howell Thomas, Carmarthen. (3811 MOTOR-CAR for Sale, 15-20 h.p. Vulcan, five- 1TJL seat-er, Bosch Magneto, a really good reli- able Car; all complete, Price to immediate cus- tomer ;Elio.-w. V. Howell Thomas, Estate Agent, Carmarthen. (3812 TO CLEAR.—A few copies 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. LLANWRTYD WELLS.—12-roomed House and Shop to Let or Sell, in main street.—Foot- man, Green, Llanstephan. (2641p TO LET or For Sale, 26, QUAY STREET, Car- marthen, with immediate possession.—Apply, C. Finch, Nott's Square, Carmarthen; or Mrs. Jones, Westminster Hotel, Colwyn Bay. (2633p FOR SALE, over 2 Acres Land, known as BRYN Nantgaredig, with quantity of timber. House can be easily built, stones convenient. Good garden and good well near by. Property is conveniently situated on main road; 2 miles from Dryslwyn Station.—Francis Davies (late Llwynyrywenl, Bryn- coch, Nantgaredig. (2621p LADIES READ THIS I Advioe free for stamp Mrs. E. Stewart's Famous Female Remedy, never fails. Address. 9, Guinea Street. Bristol. 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 WE can provide you witb WEDDING INVI- TATION CARDS at 2/9 per dozen, 60 for 6/9, or 100 for P/" Envelopes to match stamped with silver Inifcia' &re included in these prioea. FUNERAL Coach, with child's Coffin box, little used; latest pattern; cash or terms. Photos and particulars free.—Marston, 24, Bradford Street, Birmingham. (2583p FUNERAL Car, light, glass sides, equal new; cash or terms. Photos.—Marston, 24, Brad- ford Street, Birmingham. (2582p COOMB HERD OF LARGE BLACK PIGS, The Property of Sir Owen Philipps, K.C.M.G. SEVERAL young Boars and Sows for Sale-five S and six months old: also Weaners from regis- tered parents. For full particulars apply to the Bailiff, A. V. KEY, Coomb Home Farm, 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 our latest samplos. -JOURNAL, Car- marthen, OF INTEREST TO FARMERS.—A few copies are still on hand of the Booklet—The Shire v. Strong-boned Cob or Roadster, and m' y be had from the JOURNAL Office. Price Id. eaoh, by post lid. T 'IF- GOVERNESS Cars, Ralli Traps, the lightest and 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 cash prices.—Avery's, Coaohbuilders, Dock Street, New- port, Mon. jfor Sale VIGOROUS Indian Game Cookerel, 16 months, Frayn's strain; 12/6.—J. Killiok, Gwernogle, Nantgaredig. (2644p ROLL Tickets worded Admission—id-, 6d., 1/- and 1/6" always in stock at the JOUUML Office. Price 1/- per 1,000, or by poet 1/1. Supplied only in thousands Term Cub with orda.- JOURNAL OfRoo, Cinuaribm BASIC SI AH All grades, analyses guaranteed, Dftolv OLHU. delivered any 8tation iD England and Waleii.-Charles Pioken, Merchant, Wolver- hampton. (24ttp PEAT MOSS 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 sirps and dams. Full of hair and bone. Un- doubtedly the best obtainable. No fanoy prioee. For prioe list and book of testimonials, apply Fred B. Gill, Wynngate, Whitcburoh, Salop. (211 HORTHORN Calves for Rearing, form Deep- S milking Cheshire Dairy Cows by Pure-bred Bulls; quotation to any Station; no fancy prioea; correspondence a pleasure.—Frank Dobio, Littleton, Chester. lbusical Sngtrumentg D. J. SNELL'S ANNOUNCEMENTS. PIANOS & ORGANS.-New or Seoond-h-nd ty all the leading Makers, at greatly reduced prices during war-time. New Pianos from SUi 10s. Bargain List free.—D. J. Snell, 20, < and 22, High Street, Arcade, Swansea. RAMAPHONES, from 21/ New Double-sided G records from Is. ld. each. Thousands of Re- cords in Stock to select from. Lists free.—D. J. Snell. Hiach Street Arcade. Swansea. Xost aiib jfounfr 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. LOST. from Glyntywarch, Llandovery, Mountain Ewe with Cross-bred Lamb. Old red raddle across ewe's loins; pitch mark 0 on lamb's left thigh.—Davies. (2624p LOST, on June 24th, at Llandyssul, betwe., Porth Hotel and Church or Graveyard, Golu Chain Bracelet, cable pattern. Finder well re- warded on returning same to Mrs. Tobit Evans, Trewylan, Sarnau, Henllan. (3821 LOST, from Penlanfach, Talley, Cross-bred Shetp; also Two Lambs, black and white, with horns, short tails. Finder rewarded.—THOMAS. (264 Op STRAYED to Pantycerrig, Brechfa, Sheep and Lamb; sheep marked on ear. If not claimed within 21 days will be sold to defray expenses.—D. Thomas. (22p Bbucatton HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLB CARMARTHEN. President of te Counoil: THE LORD BISHOP OF ST. DAVIDS HBAD NIIETRBSB- Miss E. 1. SUTTON, B.A., Honours London University (First Class in Classiest THE Sohool gives an Excellent Education on very Moderate Terms. Admirable Accommodation for Boarders Pupils prepared for LOJNUON MATRICULA TION and other Public Examinations. Boys as well as girls can be received in the Prt,. paratory Class and the KINDERGARTEN DE PARTMENT. The Term began Thursday, April 22nd. For full particulars apply to the Head Mistress. cARMARTHEN" COliNTV gCHOOLH THE GRAMMAR SCHOOL. HtADMABTER-K. S. ALLEN, M.A. (Cantab^ COUNTY GIRLS' SCHOOL. HBADMIHTSESB—MISS B. A. HOLME. M.A. Late Open Scholar of Girton College. Cambrioir« Fees, 21 98. per term. Reduction when there ar* two or more children from the same family. The Term began Thursday, April 22nd. THE GRAMMAR SCHOOL 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. Special indivi- dual attention in single subjects. The Term began Tuesday, April 20th. For terms and particulars, apply to the H,ad,- master. (217 p financtat LONDON & PROVINCIAL DISCOUNT (O^ LTD. IMMEDIATE CASH ADVANCES. 210 to 21,000 are privately completed at 24 hours' notice on your simple promise to repay, without preliminary fees. Call or write to the Manager, W. SHIRLEY, 48, Stokes Croft, Bristol. Advances £5 to £5,000 ON YOUR WRITTEN PROMISE TO REPAY AT A MUTUALLY AGREED INTEREST. £ 5 for 15 monthly payments of 6e. Bd; B10 „ „ liB. 4d. B20 „ £1 6s. 8d. LOANS OF J £ S0 A JD UPWARDS, spread over a period of Tw N (Months as follows 230 total amount repayable £ 36 11 Od. £ 60 „ 11 11 273 4s. OJ. 2100, 11 11 B122 Os. 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 STREET, BRISTOL. Telephone 1791. Telegrams^— • Approved," Bristol. FINANCIAL. CASH ADVANCED PRIVATELY. FROM zClO 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 persona 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 JAMES JONES & SONS, BILLPOSTERS, KIDWELLY. Billposting executed throughout the neighbouring Villages and Gwen. draeth Valley. CARMARTHEN gILLPOSTING CO. STAFFORD HOUSE, NOTT SQUARE. CARMARTIIEN BILLPOSTING and Advertising 1* all its Brll.o(ln. throughout the Counties Carmar fclMO, Pembroke, and Cardigan. (Please note change of address). W. S. MORRIS, WHOLESALE GROCER AND CORN MERCHANT, CARMARTHEN. Telephone, 50. Telegrams, Morris, Merchant, Carmarthen." —— SEND FOR PRICE LIST. public IRottces CARMARTHEN UNION. TOOK AND GENERAL ASSISTANT. T1IE> Guardians invite applications for a female Ceo': and General Assistant at the Work- house; wage*, £ 15 per annum with rations and house; wage. JE15 per annum with rations and apartments, ul:ol L2 per annum for uniform. Deductions will be made from the wages under the Poor Law Superannuation Act, 1896, and the National Insurance Act. Applications (in candidate's handwriting), stating age and experience, and accompanied by copies of t\vo recent testimonials must reach me by Friday, the 30th inst. JOHN SAER, Clerk to the Guardians. 7, Hall Street, Carmarthen, 3rd July, 1915. 13820 TO BUILDERS & CONTRACTORS.—Tenders are invited for Erection -of a Dwelling-house at Bronwydd Arms. Plans and specifications may be seen at Craigfryn, Bronwydd, on and after July 10th. Tender must. be sent in not later than July 21st to the address named.—J. JAMES. (2639p LLANYBYTHER RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that at a meeting of the above CoubciL duly convened pursuant to Section 3 (3) of the Puonc Health Acts Amend- ment Act 1890, and held at the Board Room of the Guardians of the Lampeter Union, at Lampeter in the County of Cardigan on the 25th day of June 1915 the following resolution wa unanimously passed, namely: That this Council do adopt Part 3 of the Publio Health Acts Amendment Act 1890 so far as it is declared by that Act to be applicable to Rural Sanitary Districts, and that this resolution come Int0 force on the 1st day of September, 1915. Dated this 25th day of June, 1915, J. ERNEST LLOYD, Clerk of the Llanybyther Rural District Council. (38 IS FFYNONE, BONCATH. A SELECTION of SHORTHORNS from thia well-known Herd, the property of J, V. Colby, Esq., will be SOLD by AUCTION early in October next. LLOYD & THOMAS, JOHN FRANCIS ik SON, 3816) Auctioneers. ASTROLOGY.—Reliable Life Horosoope, Future Events, Marriage, Partner described, Changes, Journeys, Legacies, Lucky days, Planet, etc. Send birth date, sixpence, P.O., stamped en- velope.—Madame Marion, 12, Shandwick Place, Edinburgh. (2628p ST. DAVID'S COLLEGE SCHOOL, LAMPETER. ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIPS AND EXHIBITIONS. AN Examination will be held on THURSDAY and FRIDAY, July 22nd and 23rd, 1915, m the School Hall. (a) For boys under 13 years the subjects will be those of Standards VI. and VII. in the Elementary Schools. (b) For boys between 13 and 14 years the standard of work must be higher, and additional subjecta taken. Three Scholarships of £10 and several Exhibitions will be awarded. For particulars apply- 3791) THE HEADMASTER. DO NOT OVERLOOK Our Cigarette and Tobacco Fund FOR SOLDIERS AND SAILORS ABROAD The demand for smokes is enormous, and the supply can never exceed the demand. "P IGTUREDBOM "Cfl ■ THE RINK, CARMARTHEN Saturdays—2.30, 6.30 & 8.30 p.m. Tbursdays-6.30 & 8.30 p.m. Other Days-8.15 p.m. The most Comfortable and Healthy Hall in South Wales OUR FILMS SCREENED CLEAR AND STEADY. MONDAY, JULY 12th-By special arrangement with the Bioscope Film Co., Great Exclusive, —— THE RED SNAKE CLUB, An Intensely Dramatic Photoplay in Three Acts. THURSDAY, JIILL 15th-By special arrangement with Messrs. Gaumonts, London, Grand Exclusive THE EVIL MEN DO A Thrilling Story of a Man's Duplicity, featuring MAURICE COSTELLO. Latest War Films and other Interesting Pictures. Pianist T> MR. T S. PUDDICOMBE ADMISSION—3d., 6d., 9d. Children—2d., 3d., 4d. Saturday Afternoons for Children—Id., 2d. Sd. MANAGER MR. W. T. ROGERS. EMPIRE THEATRE BLUE STREET, CARMARTHEN. Proprietors-GRIFFITHS & BOLTON. Resident Manager-HORACE W. BOLTON. POSITIVELY THE LAST WEEK OF Mr. Charles Fortesc^e's Ci.and Repertoire Co. July 12th and Week. Once Nightly at 8. MONDAY—The Beautiful Historical Costume THRRSDA Y -Greatest Comedy Night of the Play, Season, when Mr. Charles Fortescue, sup- J AN E SHORE. ported by the entire Company, will present COLLEGE CHUMS. TLE^i^v^^lSTpiec^,ndie5:°" <0n« of th« Writt**>- _l FL T) AY—The Popular Detective Play, drama- lnr AltlH&T TOT O jad Mon S tised from the famous Novel, t Shoes. SHERLOCK HOLMES (A Play full of Interest and' Mystery). SATURDAY—The beautiful Drama, entitled WEDNESDAY—The Favourite Welsh Drama ([Per- THE GIPSY'S OATH. formed with conspicuous ability by this CHILDREN'S MATINEE on SATURDAY at 2.15, talented Company], THE when will be produced their favourite, THE The Maid of Cefn Ydfa. Babes in the Wood. Gaumont Graphic and Select Programme of Short Films. EMPIRE ORCHESTRA. Usual Prices: 3d.. 4d., 6d., 9d. Once Nightly at 8, open at 7.30. _\il.titW. .,Jt I i Eminent Doctors assure us that upwards of 90 of j HEADACHES Are caused through slight defects of the eyes. The taking of Powders or Drugs in any form relieve only by rendering the nerves numb, or by 6 stimulating sensitive nerve-strings to insensibility. Correct lenses, separately selected, and properly fitted, are the only real cure for these harassing headaches. j We guarantee perfect satisfaction in testing and fitting, and candidly say whether or not glasses will prove beneficial. Testing free, any time, Day or Night. AT TmvrPTQ M P Q TOWY PHARMACY 1. JKJViCt&j IVl.jr.O. 16, LAMMAS STREET CARMARTHEN. From NORTH, SOUTH, EAST & WEST I We receive inquiries in connection with all kinds of INSURANCES. We invite inquiries from YOU. THE \WVE L INSURANCE 4WELSH jHjpP CORPORATION LTD. HEAD OFFICE: 22, HIGH STREET, CARDIFF. BRANCHES: Prudential Chambers, Castle Street, Widemarsh Street, Hereford. Swansea.* Bangor Street, Carnarvon. Central Chambers, Newport. APPLICATIONS FOR AGENCIES INVITED. NOTICE. HOME SERVICE FOR THE DURATION OF THE WAR. Any man who has been enlisted and discharged since the commencement of the War, who wishes now to re-enlist in the J Infantry, for Home Service only, should send his name, number, previous regiment, and present address, to the nearest Recruit- ing Officer. < ♦