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AMUSEMENTS. E M'k rslsi jl ,.l OXFO RD STREET, SWANSEA. Monday, May 25th, and Twice Mightiy â¢at 6.50 ZJld S.0 during; the woek. MARK SHERSDAfJ One or the B'hoys. In his latest sotics. New Series of Up-to-date Subjects on THE AMERICAN BIOSCOPE. HUNTER AND BOB, Panto mimical Acrobats. LITTLE ZOLA, Comedian. LONA WAYNE, Comedienne, in a low ideas of Wit, "Wisdom and Women. LECARDO BROS., The Tired Bakers. TOM JONES, The Whimsical "Welshman, I KALMA AND LA FARLON, 1 "T e Colonial Wizards." featuring "The H Floating Ball" and "The Maid of all B Nations." I QUEENIE LEIGHTON, i Drury Lane's Comedienne. GRAND THEATRE: SWANSEA. MONDAY, MAY 25 th. IT.t, For Six Nights at 7.30, and MAT3NEE SATURDAY at 2.30. FRED TERRY And Entire Nw Theatre Company, in the World Famous PlavâTiIE j SCARLET PIMPERNEL I NEXT WEEKâ BIJNTY PULLS THE STRINCS." Kiss Kate Moffat as Bunty." Her original part and played by bnr orcr 500 times in Tjonrion. | THEATRE P, f.) Y A L. A PICTURE DRAMA OF FORCE AND POWER. S: THE LURE OF LONDON. |{ ⢠The first Time Seen in Wall*. | ⢠CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE,!} ? 8.00 ta 10.30.  | (MaUne? Titunday an.1 Saturday at 3.) | I PR!CES. Batcony, 3d.; Pit. 6?.; Seats I 1j1 in K yai Bor, 31. roaiKnw»nmf«wii»aMi^»-wmi mm â â wâanaoan i f*? B ?*\ ?*' S T! S*? B?" r '-1:- HOUSE, HiCH STREET, SWANSEA. NON-STOP RUN FROM 2.35 TILL | 10.30, || STILL the Most Popular Picture gIj| Housa in Swansea. Mr, W, H. Hoare'!? Orchestral Band || Play's Every Evening. || TO-DAY'S PROGRAMMEâ | THE IMPOSTER, A Tbree Part Kx elusive by th'j Famous Nordisfc- Co. At:t-.iin.,i Love (S. & A.). Daughter of the Wilderness (Edison) § When Like Maets Liko (Electic). | The Moocher (Davidson). | I Whit He Did With £ 5 (B. A C.). S THE DERBY. Pathe's Animated Gazette. || Entire Changs a! Programme Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. §! gjMWjjaaMagiaav vannftmw».«a«nfn._ amr ^Vvi V^>< f CASTLE CINEMA Adjoining Leader Office. ? WORCESTER-PLACE, SWAMSEA. V A X Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, Continuous Performance 2.30 to 10.30 âºJ* A SMOTHER'S DEVOTION. ? A Stirring Three Heel Dnuna, portraying a Pathetic Story- THE CaRL WHO PLAYED THE CAME. A British Production, Full of Interest. DON'T THINK. A Quaint Burlesque on the Highly Emotional Drama. AN HOUR OF TERROR. A Thrilling Biograph Drama. THE DERBY. 0.- Also other First-Class Pictures. ORCHESTRAL MUSIC. t USUAL PRICES:â CIRCLE, is.; STALLS, 6d. & 3d. Whit-taor.,Aay and Tuesdayâ .) Cc.,unuous Performance, 12 till 10.30 CARLTON CIMEMA DE LUXE, 8 Oxford Street, Swansea. I I 9LM CONTINUOUS 10.30. jj ? Fuji Car!-nn Ol"Ghtra PlaY3 Oa?y a | tj till 7 eiionptexi). | [ POPULAR (;ft7E¡C,¡I:d. and I& | Children, 5d. and 6d. | Thursday, Friday artd Saturday, P Magmilic^nt Patheoolor Drama- 1 A Tragedy in the C!o?ds. Brilliantly &t.?ged & Play-wL (Length 75 mimifces) Can only be tiOOCl at the Carlton I A RESTLESS WOMA.N. I' Pine A.B. Dr. (20 minutes). WON IN A CUPBOARD. Keystone Comic. (20 minutesj. THROUGH THE ACES. A Splendid Comedy, by Martin. (20 minutes). A VISIT TO SPAIN-. (10 mmutesi. FATHERS ANIMATED CA Z ETTLE- (S iniulites). THE DERBY. II (5 minutes). CARLTON FILM NEWS. Yeomanry in Camp at Portheawl (5 minuteB). I WHIT WEEKâ THE KIMETOPHOWEâ M,t- T \< _P1CT. ¡ 10ââwninnnmnmiiimwtmm iiiiniiiniaiim. ELYSIli m HIGH STREET, SWAM SEA. (Twice Nightly, 6.15 & 8.30. MISS MABEL MANSON (Soprano), Every E weaow, MaUness Monday, Thursday, and Saturday at 2-11. > AMUSEMENTS. j OXFORD Electric Theatre UNION STREET, SWANSEA. CsntirMjous Prrfarmarce, S-30 to 10.30 (Saturdays, 2.30 to 10.30). Thursday, Fhday, and Saturday, THE j RUNAWAY PRINCESS. I A Forty Minute Drama of Intense J pi prest.. I THE MAN OF DESTINY (E/dison Drama). A KENTUCKY ROMANCE (Drama) FATTY'S FLIRTATION (A Keystone Comedy). POLIDOR DOES THE 1-2AT TRICK Comic). TOPICAL BUDGET, And other CarefuC;y Selected Pictures. UPLANDS CINEMA The Soioet Picture Hail, Coniinuetis Performanco Evory Evening from 6.30. Matinees Monday, Thursday & Saturday at3 To-day's Programmeâ HEARTSEASE (a. Dra.rnntic Y^-agraph Fea-j tuivi in Two Pa.rt.s).-Retribution (B. & C.).- Estrellita (Amb«>«io).âThe Co!f Came and the Bonuot (Bunny).-Through Flaming j Paths Cljvbin)âThat Suit at Ton fViti/rra,ph) i âThe Warwick Eiioscopo Chronicle, and oUw r ITj g-h -da.R Pir.tnrofi. PUBLIC NOTICES. SHOW WEEK. PARK WERN, SKETTY ROAD, SWANSEA. SATURDAY, MAY 30th, and WHIT- MONDAY, JUNE 1st. GRAND EVENING FEIES. by James Pain & Sons, London. I Pyre terrorists to His Majesty the King, Crystal Paiace & Alexandra Palace, London COLOSSAL FIREWORKS DISPLAY. CREA7 NAVAL BATTLE. DAYLIGHT FIREWORKS (Free Presents). HANNEY'S MILITARY SANO. CONCERT PARTY. Superb IlluminationsâFAIRYLAND of! the Park & Mansion, Terraces & Grounds ADMISSION SIXPENCE. Children (under JO years of age), 3d. Gates Open 6 p.m. Special Tram Service. Cars every 2 Minutes, WILD AUSTRALIA BIGGEST SHOW Ot EARTH And Congress of Rough Riders from 20 Different Countries. Will Visit Neath, Saturday, May 30. Vetch Football Field, Swansea, One Week only, comrutinciug Monday, June 1. Book Seiits at Thompson & Shackell'a. A Thrilling. Amazing, Realistic Exhibition! LIFE ON THE CATTLE PLAINS, presenting a Brilliant a.nd Inspiring Paceaat of the Finest Horsemen in the World. Nanverons Entertaining FaiUtroa of Absorbing Interest, associated .vrth existence on the Great Island Dominion. t Wonderful Stock-whip Cracking with Whipe 12ft. to 60ft. in length. Presented by Royal Command at Buckingham Palace, March 25. 1912.âReal Australian BUCK-JUMPING ilOJLSES. Startling of "Prick liidiag by Notablo Rough Kidc.xe.âHarvol lous liLt'EE SHOOTING by Oirln from the Plains.âAn Exciting KANGAROO CILASP;, Aborigines .1rl. Huxiters riding at breainoKJte ept?ed.âTHROWING THE IASSO.âRIDLNO BUCKING BULLOCKS BAREBACK. A RfimarkabJe Encounter between KaJl- garoo and Bushman.âTHE CROCODILE HUNTER.âThe Three Biggest Tented Shows in the World are Wild Atffitnalia," Buffalo Bill's, and Barnum and Bailey'e.â Hiding Competitione. Jumping Campeti tions.â" S-iveli." AustraJia'e Eaxaoiis llore8- Winner of 400 prize*. Noble," the World famous Jumping Pony. T-wice Daily at 3 and 3. Doors Open at ".30 and 7-50. Admiseion: Reserved Seats 5s., 4e., 3a- 2a.; other parts Is. and 6d. Children under 12 half-price, except to 6d. parte BATH AND WEST AND SOUTHERN 3 COUNTIES SOCIETY. CREAT SHOW AT SWANSEA. MAY 28. 29. 30 and JUNE 1 and 2. HORSES. CATTLEt SHEEP. PIGS. POlJI; TRY, BEES. MACHINERY. &o. WORKING DAIRY. FLOWER SHOW. NATURE-STUDY AND FORESTRY. JUMPING, DRIVING, TROTTING, MUSICAL CHAIRS AND POLO BALL GOMPETITIOHS. BUTTER-MAKING. MILKING. SHOEING, TIMBERING AND SPLICING. I Royal Marine Artillery Band. ADMISSION- Thursday. Friday arid Satar- day. Tis. 6A^ Children U.; Whrt-Monda.y and Tuesday lB., Children 6d. Season Tickets for the Week. 6a. 6d- e.,irh. TH.OS. V. TLOWMAN. SecnstjLry. TO VOCALISTS. DO NOT FORGET THE II BETHEL QONGSEGATIONAL ¡ CHAPETi, SKETTY. GREAT COMPETITIVE CONCERT, SATURDAY, JUNE 30th, 1914. PresktentâO;>uncilior W. W. HOL»J £ E& PRIZES FOR SOLOâ £ 2 5te. SecretaryâE- H. Griffiths, Picton VIDa., Sketty. rpo BUILDERS. Bw'iJers desirous of submitting TENDERS for alterations to premises High-street, and Nsrw Premises Orohard-strect, (Swansea, for M«ssre. Eddershaw and Son. must aand in their names to the undersigned by Noon on the 3rd of June. 1914, with whom plai.8 and specifications may be inspected, and BiU cf Quantities obtained on t r ¡")ut the 8th day of June. 1914. All applications to be aoeompanted by a deposit of E 1 18- which will be returned en reoedpt. of a. bona. fido Tendw. The employers do not bind themaohpcs to accept the ]r>wp««t, or any tender. KTDNET R. OROCKER, Ar?utac?  <?tt<E?n Chambem 6. <MIcs&-t? fipn/fyri PUBLIC NOTICES. "pOCKETTS BRISTOL CHANNEL STEAM -'L PACKET. CO., LTD. SAILINGS of the PASSENGER .STEAMSHIP ?"? P?i 3 <!?%. E M N **P* ?? ? t BRIGHTON Jka^-aer, HW.VAiiEA and ILRACOMBEa Leave Loa. ro Sv,-aii«ia. 'Combe. "1LOS., JTTXE 1 7. 0 p.m. njES., J-r-; 2 8..30 «.m. 5..30 p.m. 8.30 a.m. â 6. 0 p.m. ?'m?B?.. JJJNIT, 4 9.?) a?n..? S. 0 p.m. "tTtUSS.. JUNE 4 .?.. 3.?0 .p?. 8. 0 P:Z FiRuDAY, JUNE 5 10.30 a.m. 5.30 p.m. | Oaiii} ait Mumblea 15 minutes later. 3s.; Whole Day Excursion, 3s.; Half-day, 2s. Season -nclets. El is. T jYnim'O'ITPHâ.irrNrT CLOVI^jLYâJUNE 3Ld. SPEOU Ti WHITSUN HOLIDAY EXCURSiOKS of the Pnasenger Steajaahip BRIGHTON TO IL F R A C 9 M -B E'. J WHIT-MONDAY, JUNE 1st. l..oo.ve Swanwea, 9.1..5 4I.m., Mumbles 9.30 a^m. TUESDAY, JUNE 2nd. I .rave Swansea. 8.30 o-m- WEDMESDAY. JUNE 3rd. Lf,a.ve Sremnaca 8 JO Mumbsea 8.45 olm. DAY EXOORSIOjN"âTH'KEHJ SHXLLINGS. EVENING CHANMEL CRUISE, TUESDAY, JUNE 2nd. Ijea.ve Swansea 7.30 p.m. FAJtE-SrXPEXOE. ENTERPRISE MOTORS. A CHARABANC WILL LEA. VB THE Brewery Tap, Plymouth-st., FOR PORT EYNON ON SUNDAY, MAY 30, 1914, U aoa. and 2 pan. RETURNING JI T pan. and 8 pan RETURN FARE 3S. THE OD3CPANY CATER FOR, PASSENGERS AT PORTHTNON. SPEND WHIT-MONDAY at AMMANFORD. HORSE AND FOOT RACES. âSPRIBNAM ENTRY.â ATiL THE JtmT HOSS3E8 IN WALES ENTERED FOR THE PRIZES AND omi-a I CHAMPION SPTACMATS AND FASTEST LUN-N-EFZ FOR THE FOOT EVT-TSTS. FIRST RAQE AT 2.30 P.M. SB:AJr.P.- BronrHione and T.øe Tmtm from Everywhere. I LLANDOVERY GRAND ANNUAL BRASS BAND and CHORAL CONTEST, TIMBERING and QUOIT COMPETI- TIONS and CARNIVAL. Whit-Monday, Jnne 1st, 1914 I M. H. NICHOLS, lIon. Sec., Uandovery. tssa Central. PIONEER MOTOR SERVICES WHITSUN TIME TABLE. Swansea, Parkmill, Pesunam, Reynold- star., Horton, arid Porteynon. Leave Leave Pioneer Garage. Porteynon Plymouth St. and Horton WHIT-W&N 0AY, *8.30 a.m. 6.45 ajm June 1st 10.0 a..m. 8.0 a.m. tl 1.30 a.m. 10.0 twm â *111.30 a-mL 2.0 p.m. 5.0 pan. *6.30 p.m. 6.0 pan. 9.30 pan. 't7.0 p.m. WHIT-TUESDAY, 10.0 a.m. 6.45a.m. June 2nd. 2.0 p.m. 11.50 a.m. 7.0 p.m. 5.0 p.m. Swansea and Parkmill,, A Special Service of Cars will leave pio- neer Garage. Plymouth-street, every half- hour from 0.30 until 11.30 and 1.30 to 2 30 (subject to weatier conditions). Return Cars will leave Parkmill at 5.0 P.M- IXL(i cn wards about every half-hoar. T£RRITORIAlS SHOULD READ THE ⢠| "SPORTINC NEWS." Special Notes and News. Local T erntorjaI Orders. Pith l isht>fi IS wry Saturday E'tfrninq t X SArES BY AUCTION June 19.-Sn,1() Properties, Jjlangadock, W n- liam and W[lJt"r .h.mE'(, at Z p.m. June 27.âSale Properties. Handiio. William and Walter James, ,L 2 p.m. .June 27.-Salc Farm Holdings. County of Carmarthen, William and Walter Ja.nvi-, Z.:58. Re the iate Mr. E. Henn Edwarcte, deceased. I.LANGADOCK. IN THE Y ALE OF TOWY, C A H MAR THE N is III RK. Messrs. W-m. & Waiter James (F.AJiJ A RE favonred with instnictiorts from the A- RepresenNatives of the late E. H., Id- wartl?, deceased, to offer for < SALE by P-Ul B tIC AUGTIO-N, at the CASTIJd HOTEL," LLANDOVERY. on FRIDAY. JUNE 19th, 1314 (subject to such Conditions of Sale as shall then and there be pro- duced), the following Valuable Freehold Properties, Viz.: J Lot I.-All that excepti(ynallt rielt Free- hold of Towy Grazing Land, known aA YNYSTOWY FlEfJ)8, cloise to Llangadock Station, containing by admeasurement 17 acres 1 1'000 16 perches or thereabouts, now let as Accommodation Fields at £ 27 10s. per annum. 1-ot Z.-All that, Freehold Small Holding, called and known as GLANNANT, cloae. to Wannolj uda, in the Parish of Llansadwm, Oarm.artheriMhire, containing by admeasure- ment, 4 acres or thereabouts, now in hand. Estimated rental £ 5. f?t 3.-All that Freehold Garden %nd pl?-)?:aL]-)tI.v-p:t?;?d BUILDING SITE, Mtiia.? ?rtjoinintr tho Baptist Chapel in Waiter's-road, T.inpadrxk, now let t'a i Garden U> MiHS 5!. A. PhiHips at -CI per I &mlllJ'TI. Freehold Dwelling-houfl^, Garden a.nd Promises, r.illf.r) and known an I' VINE COTTAGE, in ClPlrchstroet, in tho centre of the Town of tJangjuiock, in the occupation until his demise of the late K H. Edwa.rde. RaJo to commenoe at 2 p.m For further particulars and Condition* of Sale apply to the Auctioneers, 'Frondeg, IJanga<iook, and 7, Goat^street, Swansea; or to Thorny Phillips, Esq., tiolicitor, ld=- dovery. COUNTY OF CARMARTHEN. PARISHES OF 1,1 .ANSA DWRN, OAIO, AND LLANDIJjO- Messrs. Wm. & Walter James (F.Ad.) AIRE favoured with instructions f?Mn the -?- 0?-ners to oEar for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the CAWJWJK ARMS HOTEIi, LIlANDlLO, on SATURDAY, JUNE 27th, 15W, the following Valuable Freehold Farms and Small Holdings, viz.: Lort 1. All that compact and desirable FREEHOLD PASTURE FARM and IAN US, called :t<:BGAJRNANT," rr a.lley. itb the Parish of Llanaadwrn, Carmarthenjahiro, containing by admeasurement 40 ACRES or therealwuta, of Rich Grazing Land in a well-sheltered valley in the occupation oi the Vendor. Urt 2.âAll that FREEHOLD FARM JA NDS called a6nd known aa MAEte»GLAS PAlill." in the Parish of Caio, close to the Village of Caio, Cai-marthcneliire, containing by admeasurement 128 ACRES 1 ROOD 113 PERCHJJS or ttioreaboulib I of gcod, dry, heaJthy Land, in the occupa- tion of Daniel Evans at a. rental includixig Lot 2 of L70 per antrum. Lot 3.âAll that FREEHOLD SMALL HOLDING, called and known as "WYN- LLAN," containing by admeasurement 15 ACRES 1 ROOD 16 PERCHES or thereabouts, situate a/1 joining Maeeglas Farm, and in the occupation of Mr. Daniel Evans arf a yearly tenant. IJOt 4.âAll that FREEHOLD SMALL HOLDING, called "CROSS INN, ISAF," situate close to the Village of Oaledfwlch, within threo minute' walk of TaJley road Station, with n, building frontage of 69 feet. of the Main Road together with tlio old Cottage thereon. Lot 5.-AU that FREEHOLD SMALL HOLDING, called "CROSS INN. UOHA," adjoining tho last 1<A ?nd having a fronUgo of 40 feet 6 inehæ to the Ma.in &Dad, to- gether with the old disused Cottage thereon. Sale to commence at 2.30 p.m. *Irs and C*nditioii3 ef For further particulars and Conditions of Sale apply to the Auctioneers, 7 Goat-street, Swansea, or Frondes, Llangadock; or to T. H. Powell. Esq., Solicitor, Wandilo, with Tf?ard to lot 1; W. J. W?;,alams, Esq., SoUcitor. C?hrdi?<Mi. with regard to Lots 2 and 3; Edmund Long Price, J £ eq., Solicitor, with regard to Lots 4 and 5. TOWN OF LLANDILO, OA^MARTHK^SHIRE. Messrs. Wm. & Walter James (F.A.I.) A RE instructed by the R?pres<ntdtiv<s of ?- the late Mr. D. P. D?Ties and Others, to offer for SALE by PUBLlO AUCTlXiN, at tJhe OAWDOR ARiMS HOTEL, MANDiILO, on SATURDAY, JUNE 27th, 1514, the following Vahtaolo Freehold Properties, VIZ. lot LâThat Exceptionally Picturesquo FREEHOLD SEMilrDiETACffiiD VLLLA RESI. DENOE AND GROUNDS, eal-led and known as RRYNYWAWR," situate to the antnance to the New Road at Liandilo, vátíh Va-ceyrt Possession on ocsrapdefcion of purdiaoe. Lot FREEHOLD SHOP, DWELL- ING-HOUSE AND PREMISES, cailed "THIS GAMBRLAJS' OAPE." King-atreeit., in the oeDtro of the Town cf Liandilo, in the occu- pation of Mrs. Lilly Lake at the rental at RZ5 per annum. J.ot :5.-Thart, FiREETBDOiLD DWELUNG- ROUS}. GA.RDRN AND PREMISES, called ø.ud known cs HANOVKR ROuSE," ¡ LaAtmer-roa?, Liandilo, in the ooe?pation of Mr. TaLaeian Bo.wen. ) IjoI 4, 5. 6 e.nd 7.-5T>TFR FREEHOLD GARD-EN PLOTS in Cresryu.t-roAd, Idandilo. Sale to oamsnenco promptly e.t 2 o'clock pjm. For further pa.rtiruto.ra Posterjt, a,rt(I for OonditiorhS of Sale apply to the Aile- tioneers, 7, Goat-streeet, Swauswa, flnd Frtm- deg, IJainga&Gek; or to D. Jernn.irgK, Esq., Solicitor. IjLan«Lly, and Claude R Davies, EBq., Solicitor, Liandilo, in. respect of Jxn, 1; 2 to Claucie R. Daviee, Feo.; TcytA 4 to 7 imi,imte. to Meesrs. G<x>rge Waliliams acd Hurley, Solicitors, Liandilo. PoT. THOMAS, SWANSEA, Salo of Small House Pi-opcrtks in good letting localitiw, and affording an excel- lent opportunity of securing profit.ze inwetmente. Mr. J. Barron Pascoe (F.A.L. P.A.SJ. by Exam.) HAS received jngt1W ir? SBLI< by H PUBLIC AUCTION. at the HOTEL l CAMERON, HIGH-STREET, SWANSEA, on TUESDAY, 9th JUNE, 1914, at 3 p.m. prompt (subject to Conditions of Sale to be thero and then produced) the following Valuable Leasehold Properties, Situate and being Noa. 10, 11, 12, AVINDMILI,TEILRA ST. THOMAS, SWANSEA. The above Properties are well built of brick and stone with polled-etone fronts and elated roof Nos. 10 and 11 are let at the low weekly rental of 6G. each, laJKUorG paying "-ates and taxes, and h:1.ve the foHowing accom- modation: T'arlczr, Kitchen, ScuUery, and 2 Bedrooms. No. 12 is let at the low weekly rental of 68. 6d., landlord paying rates and taxes. AcoonnnodaAton comprises Parlour, Kitchen, Scullery, and 3 Bedrooms Held niton lease for a term of 93 years from 24th June, 1870, at an apportioned ground rent of £1 U. per house. The Mines and Minerals are reserved. Further particulars may be oblatned of Messrs. Meager L?nd Ha.rri?. HoUcitor". Castlostreet,. %wAn^pa-; and of tho Aur- t,!aT~. ?rAisaji (/hajnber3? b, Ooilege- atreet, Swansea. PUBLDC NOTICES. GTwjr ??S'M WW M?? WHITSUN EXCURSIONS Attractive Day and Half-Day Trps from Swansea, High-street. WHIT-SUNDAY NIGHT, MAY 31. Dp-part. 9.25 p.m.-Herdord (4.6), Chester, Birkenhead Liverpool. Man- Oxford, Banbury ,6;5). Rugby. Ixiiceiter, Loughborough, Not- tingham, Derby Sheffield, Rotherham, Barnfiley, Don- t.(!r, Walietteld Ll/-). 11.30 p.m.âT. van ton (5/3), Exeter (6/-), Daw- Jish, Teig;imr,uth, Newton Abbot (6/6), Paignton, Torquay (7/-), Plymouth (7/6). 1.30 night.âGloucester, Stratford-on-A Yon, Birmingham (6/-), Wolverhampton (6/6), | Malvern Link, Worcesteu (5/-), Dudley, Stourbridge and KiddenninEter (6/-). WEIT-MONDAY, JUNE 1. 5.55 Bath (5/3), Clevedon, Wewton-super-li are (6/-). 6.15 a.mâCardiff (3/6), Chepstow (4/3), Gloucester, Cheltenham (6/-). 6.25 a.m.âIJandyssil, llenllau, Newcastle- Emlyn, Ijs.m peter (3;9), Aberayron, Fishguard (4/3), Aberystwyth Wo). 7.38 a.m.âSt. Clears (3/3), Tenby, Ilaverford- we«t (09), Neylandi Milford Havon, Pembroke Dock (4/3). 11.40 a.m.âCardiff (3/6), Newport (4/-). Various.âPorthcawl (1m. HaneJly (1/4), Pombrey and Burryport, (1jJ.1), Forry;iid(> (2/3;, CJamn.rthen (3/-), Pontypoo.1 Road (S.'b;, Abergavenny 5/11. \VHIT-TUESDAY, JUffl 2. 5.15 .âCardiff (.1;6), Newport (41-). Bristol (4/9). Kaih (6/-), Swindon (6,6), RfiSding, < IMaidenhead, 11 en ley, and Windsor (7/6,), 8.5 a.m.âTenby (4/-j. Pembroke Dock. Fisli- guard (4/6). Varioufi.âI'ontypool Road (5/11), SPECIAL WEEK-END FACILITIES TO COVER THE HOLIDAYS. Express and Iioca.1 Services will- be altered during the Holidays. For details see Spoci.al Pamphlet, obtain- able at Stations or Offices. For WEEKLY EXCURSIONS in .ITTNE, see Special Programme. FRANK POTTER. General Manager. gTWTRT EXCURSIONS. WTIDXKSD'AY, JIINT5 3. DAY TRIP to ft A UNT>ERSFOOT, ITETvBY (" Dw,ily Afa,il" Waterpladie PEM- BISOKF. AND P11MT5ROKE DOOK. Leavo Port Tallvot, 7.0 a.m., Noath 7.15, Swansea (High-street) 7.25, Llauelly 8.3, Pombrey 3J2, Oaxnuarthena 85.) a.m. M03STDAY NIGHT, JUNE 8. To R;EADi"NTr and IjONBCJN for U 5, 4 or 6 dily. b-. Ijeave Carmarthen 1D.:tS P-ra- Pem- brey If.46, 6.4, Liandilo 7.25, BrynjMDfmal) 6.0, G'anamman 6.9, Pemty- ffj-no7i 7S\ 'P-rmtard tilaia 8.3, IJaneliy 10.55, Swansea (High-street.) 11.15, Colbren Join. 7.1, Sevan Sisters 7.10, Neath 1145, Blaen Rliondda 7J8, Qymrtrar 7.36, Ownrnwn 7.55 p.m., Port Talbot 12.3 night. DAY FAREâ &-i. 6d. For details see hills, or send postcard to Stations or Offices. FRANK POTTER, General Manager. BATH AND WEST SIDCT-ETY-S SHOW, SWANSEA VISITORS TO THE SHOW ARE INTITED TO VISIT THE QUEENSLAND GOVERNMENT STAND, WHERE AN ATTRACTIVE DISPLAY OF QUEENSLAND PRODUCTS CAN BE SEEN AND INFORMATION OBTAINED REGARDING ASSISTED PASSAGES TO THAT STATE. P.vrticnlara nnd Illustrated Pa.mphlet« can ateo bo obtained from tho ACEMT GENERAL for QUEENSLANO 409, STRAND, LONDON, W.C. TO READERS. On Monday (Whitsun Bank Holiday) the" CambriaI Daily Leader" will give I full and latest reports of racing and Bath and West Show results. The Chief Editions will be issued at 11 a.m., 3.30 p.m. and 6 p.m. Iõ. Sun Rises 3.53, Sun Sets 8.2. Lighting-up Time, 8.57. High Water To-day, g.3a p.m. To-morrow, 10.8 a.m., 10.23 p.m.

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