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Administrative Forms, Billheads, Memorandum Forms, Tradesmen's Circulars, &c., &c. Gold Mining in Wales. _ 20,000 ACRES OF MINES

Administrative Forms, Billheads, Memorandum Forms, Tradesmen's Circulars, &c., &c. Gold Mining in Wales. _ 20,000 ACRES OF MINES

ASSAYS EQUAL TO THE RAND. We are on the eve, it seems, of a Welsh g.old-mining boom. Th e go ld m i nes i n question are situated in the county of Merionet'n, and are included with an area of some 20,0(10 acres. According to the staements of a gen-le man interested in the devlop
27 July 1900 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
INSTANTANEOUS RELIEF !

INSTANTANEOUS RELIEF !

27 July 1900 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
TELT WOIT on the Carmuthen Largest The Larest and Best Stock Track at the last Two Grand. Sports. in Carmarthenshire

TELT WOIT on the Carmuthen Largest The Larest and Best Stock Track at the last Two Grand. Sports. in Carmarthenshire

, Also at Cardiff, Pontypridd, Neyland, and numerous othe r T owns . , . to select from. tN, „4.,, ~ The Leader' still Leads in spite of all opposition. p 88 Prizes Won iu 1899. a cn 1 . , •,.., 1.... • ).+J © • CD . , CD rn ' ' o \\ ",--ker.:4:'-'47'-cc . / . CO _l7 a) -• rp p.
27 July 1900 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
L. 14111hed 114481 11 •6446446444.........• MGM &ad 1u Teal* •••.. 11 Swat Cl•sr• 221 h It 24 rift, 444 ............,,,..,

L. 14111hed 114481 11 •6446446444.........• MGM &ad 1u Teal* •••.. 11 Swat Cl•sr• 221 h It 24 rift, 444 ............,,,..,

SS ....,,, .„..... .... 2 .4.................. II .: "tames alai .. I $ . L8644r•.1= " . 30 departs,. Hoopoes i 1 3 3 No.piort 4 014e466 . depastur• UIS II
24 May 1862 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
PT TIER ROYAL MAi ES IN'S LETTERS PATENT. MESsit s. G AIIItIELS. Mat iniutraille Xiaatal Tocti, And flexible gums it

PT TIER ROYAL MAi ES IN'S LETTERS PATENT. MESsit s. G AIIItIELS. Mat iniutraille Xiaatal Tocti, And flexible gums it

Mutat palates. sprints. or wires and without any nperatiuu "Outt vet lasts a Wetittle." anti warranted fur every purpose of mastication or ettirulation, even when all others ill I. Purest materials and Arst-elaelwortmanshlp at half the usual VsGABRIE 4 THE 01.0 ESTABLISRID 1 113
26 July 1862 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
THE CARMARTHEN WEEKLY REPORTER,SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1861.

THE CARMARTHEN WEEKLY REPORTER,SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1861.

abyss of one hundred feet which it overhangs, while in one place the path itself hail so mouldered away that it was not wide enough to lay a foot upon. Dang erous as the task seemed. Mr. Davies attempted it, and succeeded in bringing the poor man on his back over tlait perilous
30 March 1861 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
LOUIS KOSSUTH.

LOUIS KOSSUTH.

The affidavit which has been filed by AL liostith in the action which has been brought against him by the Emperor of Austria has been published. It drawn up with great skill, anal is in r ery way. worthy to take rank as an historical doe •nt. M. Kossuth, it will be observed, tak
30 March 1861 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
MARKETS.

MARKETS.

CARMARTHEN CORN-MARKET (Saturday, March 23). —The weather has been very wet and stormy, except yesterday, which was fine, but too much moisture in the ground for farm labour. A moderate attendance at our market to-day, and a small supply of corn, which met a ready sale. Wheat mu
30 March 1861 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
BONNETS AND HATS. JAMES PUDDICODIBB begs to inform the inhabitante of Carmarthen and its vicinity, that hoe just received his

BONNETS AND HATS. JAMES PUDDICODIBB begs to inform the inhabitante of Carmarthen and its vicinity, that hoe just received his

NEC SPItINO S'fOCK of the above, together with matchless assortment of the choicest RIBBONS, FEATHERS, FLOWERS, ite. &c., from the French tautens. I. I'. also begs to say that he has been successful in obtaining the aide agency for Carmarthen, fur the newly ItEGIsTERED 11,11 S,
30 March 1861 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
AGENTS FOR THIS PAPER. I.kindortry—Mrs. D.J. Roderic. timidity Mr. D. J. Griffiths, Mr. D. W. Jones, Stsnoo.r. Cardigan—Mr. D. Williams,

AGENTS FOR THIS PAPER. I.kindortry—Mrs. D.J. Roderic. timidity Mr. D. J. Griffiths, Mr. D. W. Jones, Stsnoo.r. Cardigan—Mr. D. Williams,

Bookseller. St. Clear: Mr. J. Seer, Royal Exchange, Mr. S. Davies. Draper, &c. Llemstephan—Mr..f. Davies, Draper. Frerwride—Mr. Vovle. Draper. Whittond—Mr. David Evans. Railway Tavern. Tielerh—Mr..l. D. Evans, Draper. Ltmorldaroe—Mr. T. Thomas. White Hart. Ltendyssilio—Mr. D. Th
18 October 1862 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales