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I isroTiCB i j HOME'SERViOE %IiI'WWAR, I Any Man who has been enlisted and discharged since the commencement of the War. who wishes now to re-enlist in the Infantry for Home Service only, should send his name, number, previous regiment, anl present address. to the nearest Recruiting Officer. J&3I STOODLEY., ELECTRICAL ENGINEER & CONTRACTOR GARFORTH, BARN ROAD, CARMARTHEN. j Electric Lighting and Power, Private Plant, Bells and Telephones a Speciality. r: All Business will receive my Personal Attention. BMMM ESTABLISHED 1854. DAVID TITUS WILLIAMS BOOKBIISTDBH/, Etc, I CHAPEL ST., CARMARTHEN. Magazines, Periodicals and all kinds of Publications Bound to suit the owner's taste. Hymn Books, Bibles, etc., repaired and re-covered. Books Bound in Publishers' Cases at Publishers' Prices. BOOKBINDING TO THE TRADE. MISSES LEWIS & CLARE, HIGH-CLASS MILLINERS, We have much pleasure in I announcing that our Showrooms are now Open, and are repleat with a choice Selection of the Latest Novelties in High-Class Millinery, A Visit of inspection will be I greatly esteemed. CAVENDISH HOUSE, 41 King-st., CARMARTHEN. I WATCHES & CLOCKS REPAIRED. JEWELLERY REPAIRED LIKE NEW. GILDING AND ELECTRO PLATING. HIGH-CLASS WORKMANSHIP. ESTIMATES GIVEN ALL WORK GUARANTEED \"1' JOHN WILLIAMS Watciiniaher, Jeweller, & Silversmith, 9 & 10 Lammas Street, CLA. Established 1336. 1IiIm.jiÚ;' S The Welshman's Favourite. J lilABON Sauce Al- As good as its Name, i DON'T FAIL TO GET IT. i S Manu/ircfureys—BhAitCH's. St. Peter St., Cardiff. S .t. WEDDING CARDS. Anyone requiring the above should, before placing their orders, send for our NEW SPECIMEN BOOK CONTAINING THE CHOICEST DESIGNS OABDS AND PBICBS SUITABLE FOR ALL CLASSES W. S. MOR-Ltis, Wholesale Grocer, Corn, Flour and Seed Merchant, OA 1:-?-, M -A. -E;Z, T' =M- 1*-T. Nat. Telephone, 50. Telegrams, "Morris, Merchant Carmarthen." SEND FOR PRICE LIST Galvanized Corrugated Sheets. For Excellence of Quality aud Durability Buy the H J) ) Brand, and for Good Value in GALVANIZED AGRICULTURAL FEEDING REQUISITES AND WIRE NETTING, ask for LYSAGHT'S MAKE, Catalogues and Articles are supplied by any Iron- monger or Agrkulbural Implement Dealer. CARMARTHEN UNION. COOK AND GENERAL ASSISTANT. THE Guardians invite applications for a female Cook and General Assistant at the Workhouse wages, S15 per annum with rations and apartments, and S3 per annum for uniform. Deductions will be made from the wages under the Poor Law Superannuation Act,1896, and the National Insurance Act. Applications (in candidate's handwriting), stating age and experience, and accompanied by copies of two recent testimonials, must reach me by Friday, the 30th instant. JOHN SAER, Clerk to the Guardians. 7 Hall Street. Carmarthen, 3rd July, 1915. TO ADVERTISERS. PREPAID SCALE OF CHARGES FOR ADVERTISING IN THE" REPORTER. No. of One Three Six Words. Insertion. Insertions. Insertions. s d a d ø d 20 1 0 2 3 3 6 28 1 6 3 6 4 6 36 2 0 4 0 6 6 44 2 6 4 6 6 6 The above scale only applies to the Situations, To Lets," and To be Sold by Private Treaty," clases of Advertisements, and must be paid for in, advance, or the ordinary credit rate will be charged, HALFPENNY STAMP3, or Postal or Post Office Orders, payable to M. LA WHENCE, at Carmarthen, Replies may be made addressed to the Reportet Office, and will be forwarded to advertisers when stamped envelopes are sent. G ROCERY—Smart Improver or Junior wanted immediately.—Apply by letter, giving refer- ences and wages required, to Industrial Co-Operative Society, King Street, Carmarthen. IN MEMORIAM CARDS-We have a large and assorted stock to select from. Prices to suit all clas,ses.-Repog-le)- Office, Carmarthen. JAMES JONES, Billposter and Advertising Agent for Kidwelly and neighbouring Villages. All work duly executed. Address Station Road, Kidwelly. < VISITING CARDS from Is (5d for GOjj Printed V on Ivory Cards. -Bepo?-ter Office, Carmarthen. WEDDING CARDS—Prices and styles to suit all Classes, Speciment Book, containing the Latest and Choicest Designs, sent on application.— Reporter Office, Carmarthen. WRITING PAPER AND ENVELOPES. Large quantity always in Stock.—Reporter Office, Carmarthen.
jCARMARTHEN COUNTY GIRLS SCHUUL
CARMARTHEN COUNTY GIRLS' SCHUUL Miss Katie Davies, a former pupil of the above school, has just completed her training as a Domestdo Science Teacher at Battersea Technical College, with first-class certificates in cookery, laundry, housewifery, dressmaking and needlework, etc. She has been appointed by the Devonshire Education Committee as a Domestic Science Instructor in Secondary and Elementary Schools.—Miss Eleanor Wil- liams, of Gellywen, also a former pupil, has obtained the B.A. degree with second-class honours in English. Three years ago Miss Williams won an open scholarship to Aberyst- wyth. She has thus taken her degree in the shortest time possible.
Local Wedding. SMITH—THOMAS. On Tuesday, at 8 p.m., a quiet wedding was celebrated at the English Wesleyan Chapel, between Mr Fred Smith, of Tonyrefail, and Miss Lallie Wright Thomas, daughter of Mr James Thomas, Barnsfield House, Carmarthen The Rev Vincent Taylor, resident minister. officiated. Miss Bessie Thomas, sister of the bride, acted as bridesmaid, and Mr Idris Jen- kins, of Tonyrefail, acted as best man. The bride was attired in a nigger brown costume trimmed with cream lace, and wore a hat to match. The bridesmaid was dressed in grey with hat to match,
Motor Accident near Carmarthen
Motor Accident near Carmarthen. DR WILLIAMS, BURRY PORT, INJURED. Whilst Dr Vincent Williams, of Burry Port was driving a motor car from the direction of Liana rtliney to Carmarthen, one of the oack tyres burst at Llangunnor. The car skidded for some distance, the front axle was bont, and Dr Willams, who was the only occupant was thrown out, and received a nasty wound extending about 5in in length from the left temple up to the forehead. Police inspector "Williams and Police constable Jackson render ed first aid. and summoned Dr Parry, Car marthen. Dr Parry, put five stiehes in the wound at a house close by, and conveyed Dr Williams to Carmarthen.
Correspondeoce. NEXT OF KIN. To the Editor Carmarthen Weekly Reporter. Sir,—An official of -Floinda in the United States of America desires to locate "relatives of one William Rowland, who came to this country some fifty years ago from either Car- marthen, Llandilo, or Llandrindod." Any in- formation sent to me by any of your readers will be duly forwarded. Yours faithfully, WALTER J. EVANS. Green Hill, Carmarthen.. July 16th, 1915.
MISSING RELATIVES WANTED
MISSING RELATIVES WANTED. Particulars are enquired for of the birth of Thomas and John Winn, who are believed to have lived in Bangor, Carmarthen or Cardiff, and went to live in Lincolnshire, England, in the early part of the 18th century. John came to America. Please communicate par- ticulars to Paul Winn, 363 E., 5, South St., Salt Lake City, Utah, U.S.A. Any news will I be gratefully appreciated.
CARMARTHENSHIRE BATTALION FUND
CARMARTHENSHIRE BATTALION FUND Hcnllan Amgoed School, Wihitland, per Mr John Samson 3 15 0
The Question of Health
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WEATHER AND THE CROPS
WEATHER AND THE CROPS. The dry June has been a great weed-killer, but has taken much out of the ep ring-sown crops, out of all grasses, except eanfoin and lucerne, and out of the kitchen garden gener- ally. The season has been very exhausting, and even with respect to grain we must expect rather a quality than a quantity year. The wheat markets, have irallie,d from their ex- treme depresion of the period June 14th-28th, but have completely failed to cairry flour with them. Millers are anxious to reduce stocks as much as possible when the heat is great, and they are, moreover, disconcerted by the meagre sales of breadstuffs From Monday's I "iniark Lane Express.
Preachers next Sunday at Carmarthen Places of Worship. UNION ST. INDEPENDENT CHAPEL. Rev W. Thomas, Llanboidy. LAMMAS ST. IWDEPENDENT CHAPEL Rev Mr Williams, Hafod, Pontypridd. B A BELL, PENSARN. Cyfarfod Gweddi. BETHANIA (C.M.) Rev Evan Davies, Capel Drindod. PRIORDY INDEPENDENT C-APE& Rev E. Keri Evans, M.A. (pastor). PENUEL BAPTIST CHAPEL, Student, Cardiff College. TABERNACLE BAPTIST. Rev E. U. Thomas (pastor). WATER ST. C.M. CHAPEL. Rev D. L, Rees, B.A., B.D., Aberayron. ENGLISH CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. Rev D. J. Thomas (pastor). ELIM. Rev D. Roberts (pastor). ENGLISH WESLEYAN OHAPEL. Rev J. Bryant. Llanelly. ZION PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, ENGLISH BAPTIST CHURCH. Rev A. W. Pearce, B.Sc, Abertil'lery. E.RKNEZEH WJ5LSH WESLEYAN CHAPEL. Rev J. Me,itrion W illiams, resident minister.
LIST OF ANNIVERSARY SEitVICES
LIST OF ANNIVERSARY SEitVICES. 1915. June 27.—Priordy. July 25.—English Congregational Church. Sept. 19.—Bethania. October 10.-Priordy. Nov. 21-22.— English Congregational Church Dec. 12.—Zion Presbyterian Church.
Carmarthen Mans Success at Oxford
Carmarthen Man's Success at Oxford. Mr T. P. Evans, son of Mr T. Conwil Evans King street, Carmarthen, has just completed his final honours degree (B.A.) at Oxford University. He obtained second class honours in Modern and Medieval Literature and Language and was specially commended for his papers on literature and moral philosophy and gained distinction in his special subject, "The Arthurian Romances." Formely a pupil of the Carmarthen Grammar School he matri- culated at Jesus College, Oxford, in 1912.
LOCAL WAR ITEMS
LOCAL WAR ITEMS. 15th Battalon (Carmarthenshire).—Tem- porary lieutenants to be temporary captains: Herbert C. Lewis, Eric Walker, Aneurin Rhy- dderch and Adjutant John C. McDonald. Arrangements are being made for a recruit- ing March through South Wales of a platoon of the 19th Battalion of the Welsh Regiment. They will arrive at Llanelly via Carmarthen on Monday next. «** An appeal is being made by Mrs Bowen (mother of Major A. 1..1. Bowen, 1st 4th Welsh Regiment) on behalf of 250 Llanelly boys now at Bedford, and who are under orders for the Mediterannean, for Cholera belts. Twelve Carmarthen men belonging to six different units met "somewhere in France" the other day. They called for three cheers for Carmarthen, and immediately began to talk Welsh—which was getting rather rusty with some of them. Pte. Jacob Terrer, of the R.G.A., arrived at Carmarthen this week on short leave. He was one of the members of the original Ex- pediftionary Force, and although lie has been "in the thick of it" for ten months, has | escaped injury. «*• The Carmarthen Volunteer Training Corps is "catching on" finely. Sixty-three mem- bers joined at the first meeting. At the thitrd drill on Monday night there were 99 present. Each drill brings in new recruits. There is still room, and it is hoped to raise four pla- toons—making 240 men. 0*0 Mr Wm. Jones, weaver, 57, Water street, Carmarthen has been notified that his nephew Pte. W. D. Davies, of the nd Highland Light Infantry, has been wounded in action. He is at present in the military hospital, Hamp- stead, London. He is a son of the llate Mr G. J. Davies, painter and decortaor, Lammas street. Pte. Davies was a reservist and at the outbreak of war was called to the colours, having been in France since August. Prior to joining the colours he followed his calling as a chemist at Bristol.
MAYORS BELGIAN REFUGEES FUND
MAYORS BELGIAN REFUGEES FUND. —— Parish of St. David's: L16. Plriordy Congregational Church: t5. English Wesleyan Church: R4 6s 4d. Parish of St. Peters: JE4. South Walies Training College: R2 4s 5d. LBanllwch Church: 91 Is Ga. Tabernacle Chapel: RI. Bethania. Chapel: tl. Anonymous: Is 7d.
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KIDWELLY NOTES. The latest recruit to his Majesty's Forces is Mr David John Evans, eldest son of Mr and Mrs S. H. Evans, Water street, who has joined the Telegraph Company of the Royal Eigjneers whose headquarters are at Bletoh- ley Camp. Mr Evans has seen a good deal of miitary life having been stationed since the outbreak of the war at Tidworth Barracks as telegraphist. We hope his many old play- bates who are eligible for service will speedily follow his lead. Every available man is needed. The scholars of St. Mary's Church English anl Welsh Sunday Sunday Schools had their annual treat on Saturday last, tea being par- taken of at the National School. The good things provided were distributed by the teachers of the Sunday Schools, all of whom, witli the Rev Ambrose Jones and Mrs Jones, Th Vicarage, and the Rev W. Evans, curate,' worked with a will. Games and sports were indulged in at Pantycox, whither the, combined schools marched in procession with banners flying, and headed by the Town Band. Valu- able prizes were offered for the races, etc, and these were distributed by Mr T. Oldham Hugties. Among the members of the Church who accepted invitations to the treat were Mr H. E. Smart (churchwarden) and Mrs Smart. and Mrs Harold Greenwood, The Friory. Everyone voted the proceedings as thoroughly successful a.nd enjoyable. To-morrow (Saturday) there will be a sale of roses in aid of the hospitals, the day being observed as Alexandra Rose Day. The Mayor who is assisted by an energetic committee, is anxious that a big sum shall be realised in aid of these most praiseworthy institutions, and we trust there will be a generous response on the part of the inhabitants generally. # The Mayor, Ald. Thos. Reynolds, presided at an important meeting at the Town Hall on Tuesday evening in this week in connection with the proposal to form a branch of the National Volunteer Training Cbrps. It was decided to hold a public meeting at the Town Hall to-morrow (July 10th), when an officer of the Training Corps will fully explain the abjectsi etc., of the (yrganisatdon. I J The Sub-Committee appointed to deal with the Rifle Club, submitted its report. Mr F. Sheppard was the spokesman. The report dealt with the outdoor and indoor ranges, both of which were described as most suitable. For the present, owing to a difficulty in procuring sufficient rifles, it was recommended that the membership be limited. After a prolonged and animated discussion, it was decided to adopt the sub-committee's report on the understanding that all who enlist in the V.T.C sliall be admitted members as soon as the necessary rifles are obtained. Mr W. J. Frau- oils was appointed hon. treasurer. The rifle range, which lias been placed at the Club's disposal by Mr Alfred Stephens, J.P., Bioomhill, is situated at the Old Brick- works, and is admirably suited for the pur- pose. The range was tested on Tuesday after- noon by a, number of gentlemen, the honour of firing the first shots being given to the Mayor and the Vicar. Several rounds were fired during the afternoon, and the general verdict was that better or more suitable pre- mises could not be desired. The marksman- ship of some of the members was remarkable —for what, our readers are left to imagine. The formal opening will bhortly take place, the ceremony being performed bp Mrs Alfred Stephens, who is an enthusiastic supporter of the club.
Carmarthen Main Roads Council
Carmarthen Main Roads Council. The uarterlv meeting of the Carmarthen- shire Main Roads Council was held at the Llandilo Sliire Hall on Wednesday the 7th inst. Mr W. Griffiths (chairman of the Council) presided. 3os. A WEEK AND NO "EXS." The Finance Committee referred to the Council the bill of one of the road inspectors for railway fares. Mr Nathan Griffiths said that when they were making these appointments they did not give sufficient attention to the matter of the remuneration. It was useless to say that 35s a week was enough for a man to pedal a cycle or to walk 150 miles. In Glamorganshire the inspector had £ 150 a year, and a motor cycle, and had only 50 miles of a circuit. They should either raise the inspector's salary, pay his expenses or provide him with a motor cycle. He moved that the expenses in this bill be paid. Dr Williams: I have much pleasure in seconding that. The Chairman: Would it not be better to re consider the salaries of the inspectors. This question of the expenses is coming up every time. Mr Nathan Griffiths That does not prevent us paying this bill. Mr H. S. Halmes Kaid that the inspector ought to he on the road and not be travelling about in a railway carriage. It was decided to pay the bill. A letter was read from another inspector who said that he had purchased a motor cycle and asked to be allowed something towards its upkeep. This matter was referred to a committee which will aIm consider the whole matter of the remuneration of the inspectors. TARRY TROUBLES Mr Nathan Griffiths drew attention to the road repairs going on between Dimpath and Felinfoel. He said that the tar had been placed on the road, but in some places there was not an atom of gravel. He obected to tHe contractor being paid until the work was pro- perly done. The Surveyor (Mr Gomer Henry) said that he thought the tarring was properly done, and the chippings put on. He had certified for part of the amount due. it his attention were called to any particular portions which were not properly done he would consider them again. Mr D. Davies (Rhiblyd) said that the ohip- pings ought to be put on as soon as the roads were tarred and not There is a general complaint all over the county as to the way in which the work is done. Mr Powell said that they ought to have more chippings. Complaints were made that the roads were slippery; a little more chip- pings would rectify matters. Sir James Hills-Johnes said that he recently travelled over a, stretch of road near Llan- dovery where tar had been put down without any gravel. Mr "C". J. Williams sa,id that it was not for the good of the road to put on too much gravel; it absorbed the tar. A letter was read from the Llanelly Rural District Council asking that the road between Felinfoel and Westfa should be tarred. The Surveyor said that this was rather a steep slope and it would be dangerous if tarred. A letter was also received from the, Llanelly Rural Distract Council stating that the roads in villages are not tarred, whilst the roads in the open country received attention. Mr W. N. Jones said that the roads in the rural districts were receiving more attention than those in the industrial districts. THE WAR, LOAN. The Clerk stated that he had received from the Treasury a communication asking the Council to bring the matter of the War Loan before their employees. Mr Nathan Griffiths suggested that the Council might make arrangements by which the men could subscribe Is or 6d a week. Mr H. E. Blagdon-Richards: It must be voluntary. Mr Griffiths seemed to be going in for compulsion. Mr Nathan Griffiths: I would go in for com- j pulsion iu a, great many things now if I had my own way. Mr W. N. Jones said it was not, a matter to be treated lightly. It is a matter of life and death for this country. It might be possible to advance the money to men who wished to invest and to come to an agreement to deduct so much from their wages every week. He moved that the matter be placed by the officials before the employees. Mr T. R. Jones said that the matter ought to be brought before the attention of members of Parliament. Mr Nathan Griffiths: And ministers of the Gospel. A 31eiiiber: And members of the County Council. Mr Peel: Members of the County Council don't get any pay. AMMANFORD GRIEVANCES. A letter was read from Mr W. L. Smith, secretary of the Ammanford Chamber of Trade, calling attention to the "defective con- struction" of the main roads in Ammanford, and also to the drainage of water from the Council's schools as a result of which premises were flooded and damage done. Mr W. N. Jones: I move that the Surveyor put at right. Mr L. N. Powell: That is rather a big order isn't it to put all the roads in Ammanford right? f:r W. N. Jones: It is a very small job; it is only to keep the gutters clean. Mr Evan Evans, Ammanford, wrote stat- ing that lie intended to bring a claim against the Countv Council for the flooding of his
Carmarthen Main Roads Council
cellar and the consequent damage to his goods. Mr Mervvn Peel: That is the result of the thunderstorm. I had my premises flooded, and I have nobody to bring a claim against. LLANSTEPHAN FERRY. A letter was read from the Board of Trade stating that the complaint ns to the ferry arrangements between Llansteplran and Ferryside would receive their attention. COUNCIL NOT RESPONSIBLE. A letter was read from the Commercial Union Assurance Co. stating that they had received a claim from Mr Dewhurst in res- pect of an accident which had occurred on the Pembrey road. They asked the Council to pay the amount. Mr Xathan Griffiths said that Mr Dew- hurst was the chief clerk of the Tramways Co, and the state of the road was due to the" tramways. The Clerk (Mr J. W. Nicholas) said that he had had a report, and he was perfectly satis- fied that the Council were not liable. Mr Richards: Send it to the Tramways Co. LiLANYBYTHER BRIDGES The Llanybytlier Rural District Council wrote stating that they had decided not to erect the Rhydycymmerau Bridge until after the WRI-, 1 hey asked if the offer of the County Council to contribute ZCIOO towards the cost would hold good. The Council decided that it would. The Llanybyther District Council also wrote asking for the promised L60 towards the erection of the Gwernogle bridge. The Surveyor (Mr R. W. Jones) said that he was not quite f-atisfied with the copings. The application was deferred. A NEW R O AD FOR LLAXDJEBIE. A discussion took place over the proposal to make a new road at Llandebie village by way of the Red Lion and the School. Mr Drumnmond offered tlio land subject to the consent of the trustees $f the Cawdor Estate. The matter was referred to a committee. LOUGHOR BRIDGE. The report of the Joint Committee of the Carmarthenshire and Glamorganshire County Council recommended that a new bridge be erected over the Loughor and that the L.G.B. be asked to authorise the loan despite the re- cent circular. General MeKinnon was of the opinion the bridge was of importance from a military point of view. A large number of tenders had been received. Messrs James Byron, a Lancashire firm, tendered at L40,000 Messrs Kinnaird Moodie and Co., of Glasgow, at £ 29,375. Another tender was for £ 28,750. The Yorkshire Hennabeake Co., of Leeds, ten- dered at £ 17,917. The last tender was accep- ted. The tenders were not all on the same specification. The matter of restricting the weight and speed of vehicles using the present bridge was referred to the Joint Committee. LEVEL CROSSING DANGERS. Col. Lloyd Harries wrote complaining of the management of a level erasing near Garnant. There were no gates; the only protection being a man with a lamp. He was in a motor car which escaped a serious accident by a very short distance. Mr Mervvn Peel said that lie was told that the car escaped the trucks by six inches only. One of the ladies in the car closed her eyes and waited for the crash. The discussion showed that there were several dangerous crossings in the same neigh- bourhood and a committee was appointed to enquire into the matter. COUNCIL TO PAY. Messrs Hancocke claimed £3 odd for damage to one of their vehicles caused by d'iiving into a "derelict traction engine." .They said that the traction engine was show- ing a white light on the wrong side. Mr Peel said that many people did not seem to know which is the proper side; but it is an extraordinary thing that those who were sup- posed to teach others did not know the right side or the right colour for a light. The Council decided on the advice of the Clerk to pay the amount claimed. ADVERTISEMENT OR FL\ uEIt POST? Mr D. E. Williams, of the Ivy Bush Hotel, wrote asking the County Council not to insist on his removing his sign from Castle Hill. He said that lie erected! it as a finger post and not as an advertisement. Mr H. E. Blagdon-Richards said that if the Council allowed it, they would have plenty of applications from people who wished to dis- play advertisements there. It was decided to insist on its removal. ALL ABOUT 128 6D. The Ammanford Council wrote refusing the offer of the County Council to pay half the cost of the damage to the hydrants. They asked .for the full 25s. The hydrants were alleged to have been damaged by the Council carts getting water from the roads. Mr W. N. Jones said that it was beneath the dignity of the County Council to discuss such an amount. If the Council did not pay, they might not get water. The Rev A. F. Mills saidthat it ought to be beneath the dignity of Ammanford to make such a, claim. After a long discussion the County Council agreed to pay the amount.
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Carmarthen V.T.C. INSPECTION BY COMMANDANT DUDLEY WILLIAMS-DRUMMOND. On Wednesday evening the Carmarthen V.T.C. was inspecttd by the Commandant, Lieut.-Col. Dudley Williams-Drummond. Ho said that he was pleased to see that the corps included the Mayor and so many of the lead- ing inhabitants of the town. This showed the light spirit, and that is what we required at the present time. We must stand shoulder to shoulder in the present national emergency He had just returned from the West of°Eng- land and had seen some of the V,T. Corps there who were doing excellent work. Con- sidtring that the Carmarthen V.T.C. had only had three drills previous to the present one their appearance was very creditable. Orders for the week ending July 17th, 1915. Platoon drill on Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings at 8 o'clock sharp at the Provision Market; and on Saturday after- noon at 3 o'clock at the Cattle Market. By order, F. Dudley Williams-Drummond. Coinp. Commander,