Collection Title: Carmarthen journal and South Wales weekly advertiser
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NOTICE TO AOVERTISERS. The scale of charges for prepaid advertise- menta in the CABMABTHBN JOURNAL under the classes of Situations Vacant, Sale by Private Contract, To be Let or Sold, Apart- ments, Lost and Found, and Miscellaneous, will in future be at TELEGRAM RATE. No. of One Three. Six Words, insertion. insertions, insertionil 12 0 6 1 0 19 18 0 9 1 6 2 6 24 18 2 8 II 3D. 1 i 2 6 46 36. 1 6 10 4 6 40 n. 1 9 16 66 SEEKING FOR SITUATIONS, may advertise at M WORDS FOR SIXPENCE. 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 loss occasioned by the failure of an advertisement to apptar in any specified issue, or at all. They also reserve the right to refuse insertion of an advertisement. All orders for advertisements must bear the name and address of the advertiser, and must be aco mpanied by remittance to cover the oost either in HALFPENNY Stamps or Money Order. Advertisements where replies are to be forwarded. 3d. EXTRA IS CHARGED. 8, King Street, Carmarthen. Mantefc When replying to advertisments please mention Carmarthen Journal" WANTED, Male and Female Appren- Vv tices for the Ironmongery and China trade.—Apply, Harries, Towy Works, Car- marthen. (L38-1:9 WANTED, for Wholesale Grocery, vV Horse driver.—Thomas and Co., Glower Buildings, Swansea. (L44-18:8 GOOD Plain Cook-General, good wages to really good girl. Protestant.—Miss Hurrell, Redcot, Wilmsiow, Cheshire. (P37-18:8 WANTED at onoe, good House-Parlour- maid.—Apply, Mrs. Smart, Mountain View, Kidwelly. (PA—18:8 WANTED, Masons; good wages; in- eligible for army.—Apply, Bowen, Buildler, Llwynyreos, Cwmmorgan, New- castle-Emlyn. (P45:25—8 WANTED, G.W.R. Carman; wages, 30s. vT —Daviee, Carting Agent. Maesteg, Glam. (P49:25-8 WANTED, Improver for Shoeing andl General Smith; state age, wages and experience.—Evans, A.F.C.L., Rhydrypolon, Gorseinon. (L52 25:8 WANTED, Working Farm Bailiff, over military age, experienced in all branches; wife to assist milking, do dairy and poultry; no, or grown-up, family pre- ferred. Must have good reference& -Apply, Tho6. E. Lewis Bowen, Clynfiew, Boncath, S.O., Pembrokeshire. (L55—25:8 COOK-Parlourmaid Wanted (Kensington, London); professional man; 2 in family; all gas oooking and fires; 2 nights out weekly; good wages.—Apply, Velindre House, Lampeter. (L-53-25:8 WANTED, in or near colliery district, small Farm, or good House with some land attached.—" J. JOURNAL Office, (P51-25 :8 WANTED, Carpenter and Wheelwright, one able to attend to circular saw; ineligible.—Apply, Efcvies, Cadivor Saw Mills, Llajifyrnach. (P58—1 ;9 HONEY Extracted and Sections Wanted; .H state price with sample.—E. Boobier, Old Babell, Swansea. (P61—18:8 BOOT TRADE.—Wanted immediately for Bespoke and Repairs.—Apply, D. Jones. Bristol House, Llandyesul. (P60-1 :9 WANTED, Stoker; also Man for general labour capable of qualifying as ^taker. -Apply, Manager, Gas Works, Carmarthen. "'ö' (L73 WANTED, 25 Gallons Milk daily until September 30th; best prices given. Apply, Smale, Devonshire Dairy (late Lieakers), Mumbles. (1.65 Ho Xet. TO LET, a fully lioepsed free Publio House in centre of Carmarthen.— Apply, Lloyd and Thomas, Carmarthen. (4312 TO Let, THE NURSERY, Lampeter, about 2 acres; splendid opportunity for active gardener; close to station and market. Possession 29th September next.- Apply, Mrs. Rees, above address. (L72 TO LET, from now until the 25th December next, about 7 Aoree good -Afterniath. -Davies, Wellfield, Abergwih. (P16-25 :8 LLANSTEPHAN.—Workman-e Cottage to Let; 3 bedrooms, 2 living rooms, out-kitchen, small garden; rent, £ 7 10s. in- •Aisive.—Aipply, T. D. Phillips, Cartref, Parcmaen, Carmarthen. (1.50-18:8 TO IiET, with immediate possession, the small holding known PANT- GLAS," near the village of Farmers, con- taining about 15 acres of grazing land, with exoeJlent dwelling-house, and w;ual outbuild- ings. It is situate in a bracing locality and Is well suited for poultry farming. Post and telegraph office and elementary school within easy distanoe. For further particulars apply to Mr. Thomas Jones, Maesbach, Farmers, Llanwrda, or Mr. Daniel 1. Rees, Auctioneer, Lampeter. (A36 BOROUGH OF KIDWELLY. TO LET, Michaelmas, HOLLO WAY FIELDS, about 17 acres of rich pasture land. Apply, A. Harris, 1, Croft Terrace. Kid- welly. (L54—2$j8 XLo let. TO Let, CASTELLMAWR, in the parish Jt. of Llanwinio, containing 131 Acres; possession September 29th, 1916.-Apply to J. R. John, Brixton, Laugharne. (1.32-25 :8 TO LET, from 29th September, BELLE VUE, Llanstephan; pleasantly situa- ted; large garden, out-housp-s. -Apply (Miss) E. A. Jones, Stationer, &c., Kidwelly. L 56-21 ;9 LLANSADWRN.-To Let, the small farm known as TIRYFAN: possession Sep- tember 29th.-Apply Box 20, JOURNAL, Car- marthen. (P43—18:8 TO LET, or Sold, free fully-licensed House, the BLACK LION, Aber- gwilly; immediate possession. Apply, Thomas, Penrheol, Nantgaredig IP36—18:8 jfor Sale. JONES & Co., Store Chemists, LLAN- DILO. Depot for Coopers, McDougalls, and other Sheep Dipping Preparations. Horse and Cattle Medicines. Poultry Food. Patent Medicines and Infants' Food. Lowest CMh Prices. P. 46—27:10 WARWICK CYCLES-DIRECT TO RIDERS. SAVE DEALERS' PROFITS.-NO BETTER VALUE IN THE WORLD.—There are many more ex- pensive Cycles, many Cycles more largely advertised, but for reliability, easy running, and wonderful value, there are no Cycles superior to the Warwick. Riders in your district will tell you so. Fifteen Models from £ 5 5s. Easy payments privately arranged from 10s. monthly. Fully guaran- teed. Immediate delivery. Approval Carriage paid. Send for 32-page Catalogue and see the exceptional value you get by ^rect.-WARWICK CYCLE COM- PANY (Dept. C), BIRMINGHAM. (3l30p /"CHURCH Organ for Sale, two-manual, pipes and pedals; some repairs needed, but beautiful old instrument exceptionally well-made and would last for many years. Would make delightful addition to musical service of country church.—Apply for full particulars to Musicue," JOURNAL Office. (LM TjTOR SALE, real good Setter Puppies, 7 J- weeke old.—Ben. Morgan, Butcher, Llandovery. (L62 pTOR SALE, High-class Governess Car, by r~- Greenwood, Llandilo. Brown pony harness as new.—Apply, Lewis, Cefngomoth, Llangadook. (P51—1:9 FEW Doering Binders left at last year's prices, alpo good stock of twine.—A. a Elarzies, Ironmonger, Llandilo. (P63-30 :12 FOR SALE, cheap, Bliak Typewriter, late model, condition as new. Specimen of worfc and full particulars furniBhed. T," JOURNAL Office, Carmarthen. (L71 R SALE, "Tynesider Pillion, Seat, by Henderson. Excellent condition. Well padded, complete with footrests.—Apply, Motor Cycle," c/c JOURNAL Office, Car- marthen. (L70 LARGE Stook Belgian 15 ozs" Glass, 3jd. -■ per foot, also American 18 ozs., equal to 21 ozs. English gla/ss, at 3Jd. per foot by the^ case. Large Stock of Mouldings 20 x 16, Enlargements on Card Is. 9d. each, on Stretcher 2s. each. 20 x 16 frame* to suit at all Price6.-Shatz, Arcade, Merthyr. (p55-3:1 1 TO CLEAR.—A few copies of The Raven, a novel based upon the Life tnd 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 Carmarthen National Eisteddfod, August, 1911. Secure a Copy now as only a limited number remain, and THERE WILL BE NO REPRINT.—JOURNAL Office, Carmar- FOR SALE, Daisy Vacuum Cleaner, suit- able for large or small house, attach- mentaefor curtains and cushions, as new; also Ewbank Sweeper.—" D. JOURNAL Office. (L35 LADIES, READ THIS. ADVICE FREE for Stamp.—Mrs. M. Stewart's famous Female Remedy never fails. Address-9, Guinea Street, Bristol. (P2 :29-9 PEAT MOSS LITTER best quality, at J lowest price, de- livered any station. -Charles Pioken, Mer- chant, Wolverhampton. (2952p TO BE SOLD by Tender, subject to Con- ditions, 4,000 Larch from 5 to 12 inch, quarter girth, and 1,500 Oak, Ash and Elm, situated at Tygwyn Bridell, about 3 £ miles from Cilgerran Station. Arrangemente to view can be made with Mr Davies, Bridell Inn, Cilgerran. Tenders must be sent in by September 25th, 1916, to Thos. E. Lewis Bowen, Clynfiew, Boncath, Pembrokeshire. (L48—18:8 WE can provide you with WEDDING INVITATION CARDS at 2/9 per dozen, 50 for 6/9, 100 for 11/ Envelopes to match stamped with silver Initial are in- cluded in these prices. BOOTs, including the celebrated "Dry- foot'' Brand, large Stocks contracted just arrived, mostly at pre-war prices.- Michael, Shop, Llanarthney. (P44-18:8 ROLL Tiakets worded ",Admission-;d., JLIU 6d., 1/- & 1^6 always in stock at the JOURNAL Office. Price 1/3 per 1,000, or by IpOSt 1/7. Suppli.ed ONLY in thousands. Terms Cash with or&r.-JOURNAL Office. SHORTHORN CALVES. STRONG healthy Calves are sent carriage L:3 paid upon lots of two or more to any station in your district. Bred from large- framed Shorthorn sides and dams. Full of hair and bone. Undoubtedlp the best ob- tainable. No fancy prices. For price list jnd book of teati.nonials. apply Fred B. Gill, Wynngate, Whitchurch, Salop. 287Op SHORTHORN Calves for Rearing, from Deep-milking Cheshire Dairy Cows by Pure-bred Bulle; quotation to any Station; no fancy prices; correspondence a pleasure.—Frank Dobie, Littleton, Chester. (1078p Xost anfc founti LOST, Heifer CaM, roan colour, white face, 6 months old. Finder rewarded. Mrs. Davies, Frongoch, Pumpsaint, Llan- wrda. (P38-18:8 jftnanctal LONDON & PROVINCES DISCOUNT Co., LTD. IMMEDIATE CASH ADVANCES. £10 to J £ I,OOO are privately completed at 24 hours' notice on your simple promise to repay, without preliminary tees. Call or write to the Manager, W. SHIRLEY, 48, Stokes Croft, Bristol. (2986p Advances £ 5 to £ 5,000. ON YOUR WRITTEN PROMISE TO REPAY AT A MUTUALLY AGREED INTEREST. £5 for 15 monthly payments of 6s. Bd. £10 „ „ 13s. d. 220 „ „ „ :£1 6s. 8d. and so on pro rata. Loans over a period of two years or more by arrangement. A gentleman will call if desired and ad- vance 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 Company), DON CHAMBERS, CHEESMARKET, WINE STREET, BRISTOL, Telephone 1791. Telegrams- Approved," Bristol. Five Per Cent. Loans. IF you have a private income or are en- titled to monep or property under a Will or Settlement, we can arrange for you a Cash Advance at five per cent. per annum, and Principal can remain outstanding over a number of years. NOTE OF HAND LOANS (without any other Security) also advanced at very moderate rates extended over long or short periods. No charge unless business done. Apply:- CHARLES STEVENS, LTD. (Tey. 467), HAYES BUILDINGS, CARDIFF. NOTE.-We shall be pleased to advise you free of all cost. No expense of any descrip- tion unless business done. (P99—29:9 *—— SWANSEA MERCANTILE CO., Ltd Of 18, PARK ST., SWANSEA, Make Cash Advances tram £10 to £ itooo 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. (LTC 8 ^Education Carmarthen County Schools. THE GRAMMAR SCHOOL. HEADMASTER-E. S. ALLEN, M.A. (Cantabl. HEADMISTRESS—MISS B. A. HOLME, M.A. Late Open Scholar of Girton College, Cambridge. Fees, 21 9s. per term. Reduction when there are two or more children from the same family. The next Term begins Wednesday, Sept. 13th. The Headmistress (at the Girls' School) and the Headmaeter (at the Boys' School) will be pleased to see the parent* of new pupils on Saturday, Sept. 9th, from 11 to 1, and on Tuesday, Sept. 12th, from 2.30 to 5. High School for Girls CARMARTHEN. President of the Council: THE LORD BISHOP OF ST. DAVID'S. HEAD MISTRESS— Miss E. 1. SUTTON, B.A., Honours London University (First Class in Classics. THE School gives an Excellent Education on very Moderate Terms. Admirable Accommodation for Boarders. Pupils prepared for LONDON MATRI- CULATION and other Public Examina- tions. Boys as well di girls can be received in the Preparatory Class and the KINDER- GARTEN DEPARTMENT. Next Term begins Wednesday, Sept. 20th. Boarders return Tuesday, Sept. 19th. For full particulars apply to the Head Mistress. 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 individual attention in single subjects. For terms and particulars, apply to the headmaster. Llandyssul County School NOTICE is hereby given that Bursaries tenable at this School will only be awarded in the month of September in eaoli year; and that for the ooming Session only those Applications for Bursaries will be entertained, which will have reached the Clerk on or before the 9th September, 1016. THOMAS THOMAS, Clerk. (P47;26-8 ——"——' G* R. The following is a List of the names of Men who have failed to Dresenf themselves at the Recruiting Office, Carmarthen, after being called up either under the Group System or the Military Service Act, 1916 No. NAME (Surname first). AGE. LAST ADDRESS. Group System ——;— or M.S.A. 1 Thomas, David 28 yrs. Wernmackwifch Farm, Llanfihangel-ar-Arth m n 2 J.»nes, William 33 „ New Mill, Laugharne, St. Clears £ ass 3 Jones, David Samuel .20 „ Penlan Yoss Farm, Carmarthen • Class 16 4 Payne, Frederick .18 „ Penybank, Velindre, Henllan .Cass 3 5 Peters Ben 38 28, Mill Street4 Carmarthen £ ass^ 6 Kirk, John 38 „ Water Street, Carmarthen £ lass 2* 7 Thomas David 35 „ Frondeg, Penuwch, Llangeitho, Cardigan o Jones, Jenkm 39 Llpithi -D f J? ^roigan Class 18 9 Thomas David 1Q T i u 7? g au Boad, Carmarthen Class 2° 10 r7 if ? „ J? LIanchynadda, Llanilawddog n 10 Cranmer, Frederick Carl 18 „ Blaengwen, Peneader S "58 ? j ••• Class 1 Anyone who can give information regarding an v r.f th* i either personally or by letter, to the nearest Recruiting Officer ove"named Absentees, is invited to do so, The names 0f information 'will on n0 aooount be „ ÐubUc IRotfces NOTICE OF AUDIT. LLANDHJOFAWR RURAL DISTRICT AND LLANDILOFAII-R UNION. NOTICE is hereby given that the audit of the accounts for the half-year ended the 31st March, 1916, of the Council of the abovie-mentioned Rural District and of the Guardiaiis of the above-mentioned Union and the Overseers of the Poor of the Parishes therein; and of the accounts for the year ended the 31st March, 1916, of the Parish Councils or Parish Meetings for the Parishes in such RuraJ District, and of any Joint Committees appointed in whole or in pad by such Councils or Meetings, will com- mence at the Board-room of the Guardians at the Union Offioes, Llandilo, on Monday, the 11th dlay of September, 1916, at 11.30 a.m. Dated this Ilth day of August, 1916, J. E. PUGHE JONES, L(4) District Auditor. "Tommy's j Trench I Comforts | TOMMY'S COOKER 1/- BODY 'CORD, for trench vermin 1/* DRINKING CUP, Collapsible 10 £ d AIR PILLOWS 1/6, 2/6 & 3/6 FOOT POWDER, Soluble 4 £ d STERILIZING TABLETS, 50 fori/- TEA, SUGAR & MILK Powders 6d COCOA ditto 6d FOOD CHOCOLATE 7|d Shaving Sticks & Brushes from 6d See them first. Ton need, not buy became you look, nor keep because you buy A. 1. JONES, M.P.S., Pharmacist, Towy Pharmacy, CARMARTHEN 207th Year of the FIRE SUNOFFICE. tj „ ETERNAL CITY y HALL CAINE. (Seats can now be booked ) Prices-3d., 4d., 6d., and 9d. Plus Amusement Tax. i, Dootrs«Pen 7A5- Saturdays 6.30 and 8 45 Early Doors half an hour earlier^ (no Early Doors Second Honse Coming :-MARY PICKFORD IN "RAGS." I Public notices. CONTRACTS. THETOWN COUNCIL OF CARMAR- THETOWN COUNCIL OF GARMAR- THEN, being the URBAN SANI- IARY AUTHORITY for the District of Carmarthen, will receive TENDERS for the following Work and Materials for one year, from the 1st day of September next, viz. Printing and Stationery, Castings and j Carpenters Work, Plumbing ana Gasfitting', Tools, Brooms, &e., Coal, Lime and Cement, Stoneware, Pipes, &c., Oils, Disinfectant^, &c., Metalling Stone, Kerbs and Channels, Corn Hay, Straw, &c.. Ropes, &&, Attending to Clocks, Haulage of Stone and GraveJL Each Contractor will be required to enter into a Contract with a responsible Surety, wooae written consent must be sent in with the Tender. Form of Tender may be obtained on application to the Surveyor. Sealed Tenders, endorsed for each de- scjription of work, to be sent to the Town Clorkra Offioe on or before the 28th duv of August, 1916. H. BRUNEL WHITE, Town Clerk. Town Clerk's Office, Carmarthen, 14th August, 1916. (L66 AT Y "CLEFYD AR IEIR" Jim Oita DIM TBBTO I "ANTIMORBINE." J Pris 1/- y Packet; drwy's Post 1/4; 2 am 2/6. I'w gael yn unig oddiwrth WILLIAM JONES, M.P.S., AERON PHARMACY, 4 ABERAYRON. W. S. MORRIS, WHOLESALE GROCER AND CORN MERCHANT, CARMARTHEN Telephone, 50. Telegrams, Morri^, Mer- chant, Carmarthen." BEND Fv>R PRICK LIST. CARMARTHEN Telephone, M. Telegrame, "Morrift, Mer- chant, Carmarthen." BEND F-R PRICK LIST. PubHc TRotices. FIANKYFEUN ANNUAL SHOW Of Horset;, Cattle, Turn-outs, Farm oc-rden Floral of Butter, &o., will be Wd on &0.. will be beJd on ^TC0WIN MOOR (Kindly jent by Mr. ABTHCB THOMAS) On Thursday, September 7, i9I$ fregident—JOHN HINDS, ESQ., MP Familent Pri" Silver cups, M,&Is, am 8evviul Valuable Oases of will be awarded. Grand Concert in the Evening. Entries close September 2nd Show Ground-OXE SHULXXG. For SciteduJes^ &c„ appJy Secretary, J. PENLLWYN WATERS, Uysonea Cottages, Mydrim, St. Clears t-1armarthen. (UJ7 PENIEL, PURE-BRED PEDIGREE PIGS Live Stook°Sohemerd (*OTernment LARGE WHITE BOURNE BANGER XIX., (1950). BANGER LARGE WHITE PENIEL PRUNER, e.n. (3721). MIDDLE^Hmt GWTLFA PREMIER, IKSPJBOTION INVITED pp -r» DAW,5S, Owner. (3060p" Carmarthen Billposting Company, STAFFORD HOUSE, NOTT SQUARB BBILXJ>0 STING ^ND ADVERTI^ J| ..ssar o-rthen. aDd