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M 's.CH F SINGER'S SEWING –

M 's.CH F SINGER'S SEWING –

M F SINGER'S SEWING - NT II 41 WILL DO PLAIN .--4;_,\VING, DAhNING, , ART EMBROIDERY, &c., WITH EQUAL SAIISFACTION. num TO SUIT CASH TERMS. EASY tERMS. (Including Machine Insurance.) FIRE AND LIFE. OLD MACHINES (Anybody's) REPAIRED OR EXCHANGED WE NEITHER HAKE NOR SELL CYCLES OFA
28 December 1900 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
UNMUZZLED DOG.

UNMUZZLED DOG.

P.S. W Thomas, summoned Samuel Anthony, Rhydhowellfawr, Pontyberem, for allowing his dog to be unmuzzled on the highway.—Fined Is and costs.
28 December 1900 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
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28 December 1900 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
ACQUITTED

ACQUITTED

Several publicans were charged with supplying drunken men with drink on the 13th inst. These cases arose. out of some charges of assault heard last week. The first case heard was against the licensee of the Lark. The witness, T. Barnett said : About 1 p.m. we left the Sloop. We
28 December 1900 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
GEORGE'S PILE AND GRAVEL PILLS. ~.... THE GREATEST SUCCESS OF MODERN TIRES! t e the T estimonialg Publ ished that

GEORGE'S PILE AND GRAVEL PILLS. ~.... THE GREATEST SUCCESS OF MODERN TIRES! t e the T estimonialg Publ ished that

have been received in of of this R eme d y , th e y sould fill a . Volume of nearly One Thousand Pages of the ordinary size. -"THEY ARE MORE THAN GOLD TO -ME , TREY SAVED MY LIFE. " If you 'miler P AIN in the BACK and LOINS, or between the SHOULDERS, this Remed y w il .Y. ' effe
28 December 1900 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
" Home Again."

" Home Again."

The charms of " Home " go with us, whereever duty or pleasure calls, whether in peaceful occupations, or in the stern necessities of war. How intensely precious must "Home" be to those who are returning from the struggles and hards.hins endured in South Africa. Think of the s i
28 December 1900 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
WATER RATE

WATER RATE

It was agreed to levy a water rate at 9d. in the £ for Brynamman and 8d in the £ for Cwma,mman.
28 December 1900 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
Joint Countics_Asylum, Carmar- then: SPECIAL MEETING OF VISITORS. A special meeting of tho Committee of Visitors of the Joint Counties

Joint Countics_Asylum, Carmar- then: SPECIAL MEETING OF VISITORS. A special meeting of tho Committee of Visitors of the Joint Counties

Asylum, was held at that Institution on Thursday, the 20th inst. Dr Griffith (Milford) presided The other representatives present were For II Jones-Davies, Glyueiddan ; Professor I) E Jones, Carmarthen ; Dr Rs es, Glangrsrnant; Mr W Jones, Llandilo; Mr Jol.n I cwis, Meitos Hall.
28 December 1900 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
DIGGING AND MANURING

DIGGING AND MANURING

Gardeners should utilise their spare time in the winter by breaking up loosely all unoccupied ground and by manuring it. The ground should always be dug roughly or "ridged up "as long a time as possible before it is finally dug for the reception of the seeds It is painful to wat
28 December 1900 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
THE CHIJRCHES

THE CHIJRCHES

At St. Peters, the days celebrations commenced with service at 8 a.m., when there was holy communion, fully choral at which there wer e a b ou t 180 presen t. The Rev D. T. Alban was the celebrant, assisted by the Revs Hilary Lewis and Ebenezer Lloyd. At 11 a.m. there was a serv
28 December 1900 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales