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NEW SEASON JAMS

NEW SEASON JAMS

WILL 001iMPCg On SATURDAY next, Sept. 17. PRICES AS BELOW :- 2 lb. POT of JAM 3 lb. „ 2 lb. „ 3 lb. ... 60. ... 9d. iE ... lid. ... 10}d. CAMBRIAN CAKE FACTORY, 38, KING-STREET, CMUIARTILEN. 40 VERMIN DESTROYER. n' MI AI DWARD BRANFIELD begs to inform Gentiamen and Farmers that
16 September 1887 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
TOOTHACHE!! TOOTHACHE!!!

TOOTHACHE!! TOOTHACHE!!!

NAIL'S NERVINE The only Instantaneous Cure NALL'S NERVINE Once tried—always used NALL'S NERVINE Acts as a Permanent Stopping NALL'S NERVINE In Bottles, Is lid each.
16 September 1887 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
GOODS;

GOODS;

Auto, CHIMNEY & OTHER OtASSES, IRON BEDSTEADS, BEDDING, &c.,. &c., AT . • lo 101.111 VERY LOW PRICES P'Olf trAincl LW nisrionolti Sotrotno; ill l ia 414 %/ B 0 , Afi IN THII PARISH Ob "titbit's. Important Sale of Live Stock, Crepe of Hay and Corn, and Implements of Husbandry. ME
16 September 1887 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
To Cure Deafness, Indigestion, Rheumatism, &c.

To Cure Deafness, Indigestion, Rheumatism, &c.

4 PA M Pll LET containitig valuable Recipes, Testi will be forwarded any address on receipt of directed envelope and Two Stamp,— Address S. Owen, JLH., Botanic Institute, Liverpool. The Directors of the A MIRIC•N INSTITUTE present their compliments to the public in general, and
13 July 1861 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
CURRIINT PRICES or BRITISH GRAIN AXD /LOUR II

CURRIINT PRICES or BRITISH GRAIN AXD /LOUR II

Y•t[•LANt. R'hent—Esser & Kent, white 34 to 60 •• fine old red.. .... 34 54 60 65 Norfolk, Lincoln,: & Yorkshire red 34 54 fine old .... 56 63 Berloy—Malting new Chevalier, new Grinding 26 29 29 33 Oats—English, feed l7 to 23 ...Potato 24 32 Scotch, feed 23 27 .. Potato 25 33 Ir
13 July 1861 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
COM VIVIVICATION fIer‘YEEN ZYSTWYTH AND CARNANTI IT RAT OF ABER AY RON AND LLANARTH. TTHOMAS MORRIS begs to inform Is

COM VIVIVICATION fIer‘YEEN ZYSTWYTH AND CARNANTI IT RAT OF ABER AY RON AND LLANARTH. TTHOMAS MORRIS begs to inform Is

Meads and the pdblle generally Nat bele reanfug• COVERED VAN for Me eoaveyarice of Passengers hatween the above towns, starting from the prince of Wales Ina. Aberystwyth, at 1 a. us. vary Tames, ammubig, arriving at Masayersgie Arum, Carimandress, the mile and retaralag on lbw f
16 February 1861 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
TO BE LET,

TO BE LET,

WITH IMMEDIATT. POWIESHION, THAT old Established Public House called the ELEPHANT and CASTLE, situate in [trillium. street, in this town. The House and Premises are situated opposite the Cardigan and South Wsles Railway Station. The Premise. are in good repair, and can be entere
16 February 1861 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
FOLIC' 3111r11.

FOLIC' 3111r11.

Sits wAs 'FAIN° now henna.—On Moodily last, before J. J. Stacey and John Hughes, &Quires, Mary Jones was charged by P.& David Williams with having been drunk and disorderly. Witness deposed : On Saturday night last, between eight and nine o'clock, I saw the defendant in John-str
16 February 1861 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
A fire of a very threatening character was discovered in Bndgewater-place. off Market_

A fire of a very threatening character was discovered in Bndgewater-place. off Market_

street, Manchester. tan Friday night. The prin. eipanwarehouse which suffered by the fire was that of Messrs. Wadsworth, Bowcoek and Co., and it was so closely hemmed in by buildings on all side., that three warehouses were on fire at one time. The fire brigade worked most vigor
16 February 1861 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
VARIETIES.

VARIETIES.

Many are great because their associates are email. In the choice of a wife, take the obedient daughter of a good mother. THE FlittlT9 or TEND, UNESI4.—The fruits of tenderness are those which a wife puts in a pie of her own delicious making What two places' names will describe t
16 February 1861 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales