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Ve TO SUFFERERS FROM: Skin a Blood Diseases Pm deeming the Wood of all impurities. cause arising, is so other

Ve TO SUFFERERS FROM: Skin a Blood Diseases Pm deeming the Wood of all impurities. cause arising, is so other

medicine se good as Clerks'. Blood Muiture—ahaes why hi so wusy arse of Zesema, Scrofula Scurvy, Sul Legs, Abscesses, Ulcers, Tempers, Bolls, Pimples, Blotches, Spew and Bvsiptions Piles, Blood Poison, ftut, etc., it effatisd cures where all other otheressei he,. failed Clarke*
June 3, 1910 - Carmarthen Journal - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
Breakdown of the Mother.

Breakdown of the Mother.

Many a woman overtaxes her strength tending to her family's welfare. Then follows suffering such as only the weaker sex can comprehend. Are you one of the women who exist under the burden of Pains in the Chest and between the Shoulders. Backaches, Headaches. Depression, Palpitat
June 3, 1910 - Carmarthen Journal - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills

Dr. Williams' Pink Pills

PEN CADER Maziww..trrn.—Mae yr angel dinystriol yn parhau I weithredu yn heiaeth yn y cymydogaetlaan hyn o hyd—un at ol y ball yn cael et alw ganddo yu barium, ben so ieuanc yn ddiwahania' eth. Dydd Marcher, yr Ileg o Fai, ymwelodd a Hafodneddyn, a chymerodd ganddo eniud em cyfa
June 3, 1910 - Carmarthen Journal - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
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With the making of Carmaitben's lirst honorary Freedom, naturally comes the question, - What are the privilege* of an honorary Freeman*:" There are none. It is simply a mark of honour conferred "on a person of distinction' . as the Honorary Freedom of Boroughs Act, 1885,. states
June 3, 1910 - Carmarthen Journal - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
PEM YGROES

PEM YGROES

Carrava.—At the Independent Chapel on Thursday, the lath ult., the cantata, - Samson" (Hugh Davies, - Pencerdd Manor"), was performed by the children's choir of the above place of worship, under the conductorship of Mr. William Roberts, Bryamyfyr. The accompanist Mr. John Rees,
June 3, 1910 - Carmarthen Journal - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 

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DRUNK.

DRUNK.

Thomas White, High-street, Atninanford, was then j charged with being drunk on the same date at the same place.—Defendant pleaded "Not guilty." P.C. Tudor deposed to seeing defendant, who was in company with two other men, drunk on the i highway n Glanamman ciliate. Be fell down
June 3, 1910 - Carmarthen Journal - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
LOCAL POLICE COURTS. CARMARTHEN COUNTY

LOCAL POLICE COURTS. CARMARTHEN COUNTY

SATURDAY, May 23th.—Before Mr. F. D. Williams-Drummond, Hafodneddyn (in the chair); Mr. L. A. L Evans, Pantyceady; Mr. D. John, Glantaf, St. Clears; Mr. J. Li. Thomas, Gilfaoh; Mr. D. L. Jones, Derhryn, and Mr. J. Li. Thomas, Tanlan. NO IDENTIFICATION LIGHT. -------- ------- - P
June 3, 1910 - Carmarthen Journal - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
FISHING TRESPASS.

FISHING TRESPASS.

John Thomas Jones, keeper, Waunhir, LlanarthneY, summoned L. 'Selman, %V. Jones and D. Varies, I all ot Carmarthen, with fishing in private waters on the 10th May, in the parish of Lianartnney. Mr. h. Brunel White, solicitor, appeared tor the prosecution. Defendants pleaded "Gui
June 3, 1910 - Carmarthen Journal - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
"OUR GUEST."

"OUR GUEST."

The Mayor, on rising to propose the toast of Our Guest" Ow James Hills-Johnes) was received with loud applause. He said: — You, or, have been admitted to-day the first Honorary Freeman of this ancient town, whose first Charter was granted January 6th, 1201, in the second year ot
June 3, 1910 - Carmarthen Journal - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
'turf y to pay it own cos- BARGOED TEIPI (REIMAN )

'turf y to pay it own cos- BARGOED TEIPI (REIMAN )

y to pay it own cos - BARGOED TEIPI (REIMAN ) PuEuvrartos.—At the parish scholroom on Monday evening, a very interesting meeting was held, when Mies Davies, Henfryn Mifis, was presented with a valuable token of the respect of rhurchpeople of Bangor Teify for her gervices aa organ
June 3, 1910 - Carmarthen Journal - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales