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TOWN PLATE.

TOWN PLATE.

Coned Fugitive ... Prince Imperial ... Eleven ran. THE DERBY. Pretender (Mr. Johnatonea's) Pero Gomez (Sir J. Hawley'a Drummer (Mr. Graham's).. Twenty-two ran. Pretender won by a head; Duke of Beaufort, 4th; Belladrum last but three• Almost up to the stand the Drummer and the Du
29 May 1869 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
THE CORN TRADE.

THE CORN TRADE.

London, Monday. During the past two days the weather has become more settled, and this morning we have a bright and warm minibus% though the temperature is not so high as usual at this period of the year. Our private reports from various parts of the country continue to report t
29 May 1869 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
GIVS SUCH 18 LIFE. Life ilies—it scarcely seems begun. Ere (well or will) our task is doue. Already ? this

GIVS SUCH 18 LIFE. Life ilies—it scarcely seems begun. Ere (well or will) our task is doue. Already ? this

the parting day, When scarcely we have met ? So soon must pleasure melt away And fade into regret ? Such our career; the most, the best Between the birth and grave priest, Is but a gewgaw and a breath ; For proof we have not far to go, The glass and band-grains mete out woe The
29 May 1869 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
WWI. received up to 10 p.m., when

WWI. received up to 10 p.m., when

018 in is finally elosea. LAIII6AS-STRF.ET LErrEtt-swc. This Box is cleared as follows:—ll 20 a.m.; S 0 p.m.; and m. On Sundays at 4 0 p.m.; and g 0 p.m. Packets books and pamphlets eau lie emit as under, either without a cover or in a rover, open at the ends or side.; but nu pa
12 July 1862 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
iinivataca oft 3734/ lAti2tlcrlflJ4

iinivataca oft 3734/ lAti2tlcrlflJ4

iinivataca 3734/ lAti2tlcrlflJ4 NEATLY AND EXTEDITIOUBLY EMECUTED AT THE "CARMARTHEN WEEKLY REPORTEIt" OFFICE, LAMMAB STREET. Posters and Handbills, Circulars, Cards, Billheads, and every de •ription of Letter-press Printing at moderate charges. Pamphlets, Reports, Club Rules, Ca
12 July 1862 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
Do you Walk in Comfort s

Do you Walk in Comfort s

TRY TOWNSEND, the Fashionable Bo►t Maker, No. 8, Lammas-street, (opposite the Boar's Head.) For Ease, Elegance, and Economy, Laois made etpresely for each customise. fees of chugs. Townsend's celel.rit. , ,t of every deaeripion at greatly retluved pri lepeirs done at the shortes
12 July 1862 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
IMA_ZTDIMO, &c.

IMA_ZTDIMO, &c.

MIDSUMMER QUARTER SESSIONS. TRIAL OF PRISONERS. At the Midsummer Quarter Sessions of the Peace held on Friday last at Llandilo, for the trial of prisoners, before D. Pugh, Esq., M.P., Deputy Chairman, David Thomas, charged with cutting and wounding with an iron hook, one David G
12 July 1862 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
DAVID LLEWELLYN , Painter, Glazier, Paper-Hanger, &c. PRIORY-STREkr, CARALARTIFEN, ESPECTFULLY announces to the Public, that be succeeded to the Business

DAVID LLEWELLYN , Painter, Glazier, Paper-Hanger, &c. PRIORY-STREkr, CARALARTIFEN, ESPECTFULLY announces to the Public, that be succeeded to the Business

lately carried 011 by his tattier; anti lie trusts, by strict attention, good tx , rkmanship, and moderate charges, to merit a conti ance of the favours conferred upon his father for so wally yearg Estimates given for every description of work, free of expense, on application as
06 October 1860 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
The Merlin Hill and Pantygleien Mining Company, limited, Re g istered 12th January, 1860. .iPITAL £1.,000, IN 1,000 SNARES OF

The Merlin Hill and Pantygleien Mining Company, limited, Re g istered 12th January, 1860. .iPITAL £1.,000, IN 1,000 SNARES OF

XI EAC II N. liability bey..nd the amount :the Slu*re held.) To the Directors of the MERLIN HILL and PANTYOLEIEN MINING COMPANY, (limited.) Offices— Spilman-street, Carmarthen. Goginen Mines, 29th September, 1860. conlormity with your wishes. 1 have carefully looked over your Mi
06 October 1860 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
J, BAONALI., COIN AND Piton PION • C AAAAA THIN, begs to inform his Agricultural Friends, that he continues to

J, BAONALI., COIN AND Piton PION • C AAAAA THIN, begs to inform his Agricultural Friends, that he continues to

give the fullest market value for Corn, Sutter, and Cheese. Apply at his Stores, PRIORY STBEIFT, CARMARTHEN: and on the Qtr•lr, at ST. CLIARS. foreign Corn, Alvinltnral Minors, &e., always on Bale.
06 October 1860 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales