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AMUSEMENTS. ) T 0 H'i H T Marry Day presents (hy arrangement with: Moss' Empires, Ltd.) an Entirely New Edftioa of the Great Success from the Comedy Theatre, London. SHEll OUTt ESTA STELLA, Ambrose Thorne, J. C. Piddeek, James Davis, Rinatoo (the Wan- dering Violinist). Wool Forde, Florrie Bond, Constance Garrett, Dorothy Vernon, Florence Williams, Ernest Selig, Frank, Wood, Reg. Baaumont, Percy Pope, Geo. James, West End Chorus and Augmented Orchestra, and Lottie Stone's 'Shell' Liii-ts., Latest News and War Films. GUS GARRICK In a Hurricane of Mirth. GRAD THEATRE SWANSEA. MONDAY, OCTOBER 23rd, 1916, Six Nights at 7.30. and MATINEE on SATURDAY at 2,50 p.m. Messrs. A. & S. Gatti present the great Sensational Play in Four Acts, entitled- ONCE A THIEF, or "KICK-IN," Next Week- THE CASE OF LADY CAMBER. THE PICTURE rOUSE. a <<F B? !t? ?!?BE High 8tret. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, A Lubin Drama in Four Parts, FORTUNE S WHEEL, Featuring the Hero of Stin,aree. HIS WIFE, A. Thanhouser Exclusive in Three Parts, DR. 8ARNARD0S BOYS IN TRAINING., Weber and Fieids in PASSIONSKI'S BEAUTY PARLOUR, The two American Comedians will provide I an Half-an-hour of Laughs. | Monday Next.-THE HEART OF PAULA | CASTLE CINEM A j (Adjoining Leader" Office). Thurs., Fri. and Sat., 2.30 to 10.30. The Great Character Star. THEODORE ROBERTS In an Elaborate Four-Psn: Picturisation; of Mark Train's Story, PUDD'NHEAD WILSON, j -Mark Twain's Story is Striking and Full of Real Interest and Engrossing Incidents, Passionski's Beauty Parlour, Three-Part Triangle-Keystone Comedy, featuring Weber and Fields. Monday Next.âTHE TRAIL OF THE LONESOME PINE (Lasky Drama). CARL TCN VWmh DE LUXE, Oxford Street, Swansea. OPEN DAILY from 2.30 till 10.38. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, EVIDENCE, "'Featuring Lilian Tucker & Edwin August j in a Master Production by the World Films. Alias Jimmy Barton, An E?r?dingly Fim- Drama in Two Parts. DR. SAPNA;CO"S BOYS IN TRAINING. Monday Next-BETTY NANSEN.  ?' ? ? ? ?y ELYS! U M> H'gh Street, Swansea. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, < The Lubin Co. present, in o Acts, rHE COUNTRY PARSON. Moscow in Winter (Interest;. GaumO'it! Graphic.âPeg o' the Ring (En .,de 7) Last Nights of Mr. DAVID HARf1 ( d.te Llanclly), Tenor, of the Queen's Hall and Royal Academv, L-i?idon Never Again Eddie (Nestor Comedy), Monday Next.âTHE GILDED FOOL. NEW CltJEN.]A, S K E WENTS I Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday Next, 1 THE BUILDER OF | BR EDGES. 1 One of the Finest Films ever prov-luoed GREED (Part 15), etc., etc. | +- -=- MONEY. -.+- DON'T BORROW IN YOUR OWN TOWN. where you and the lerdei- are known. Reputation without blemish beats bounce. .ILIOto £ 10.000 leD privately by the old- established B.F.O., who are approved and recommended by the Press £10 Loan 103 Monthly JElM Loan f.2 Monthly f,50 Lioan 1;2 Monthly ES,30 Loan £ 4 Monthly Prospectus and Press Opinions frt3. Pri- vMy gjuaranteed.âTHK BRITISH FI?AKCE C).. 2D. Bridse-itreet, Bristol. Tel. 1675. MONEY LEMT Esag| I BY POST, WITHOUT SECURITY. g | THE CITY AND COUNTY PRIVVAATTF FFFINNAANNCV- I â CO. (Ltd.), mak cash advances £ 30 to fig â £5,000 to Ladies or Gentlemen. Mcrchants, S op- M keeper, farmers, and to a'l responsible pelons 01 I "B Note of liand alone. Strictly private. No fees charged. 3 dealin-; with other firms can hare thei fl â leans paid oof or increased, and they "re advied to n B pay no prdimioary expenses. Full information sup- I B pled grails and post fre". M Write to the Secretary, Mr. W. MarttKh. g jfl 49 Wljmora Street. London. W. OiLAXiL Loana Advanced Every Day to )? Memb?re to suit their (:()nveninc. in Shares, say, £1. £2. £.Z (lny number of shapes.âApply Hecretavy, Local Government and United permanent Money Society. Ltd.. Oxford Buildings. 284, Oxford- .sweet, Swansea. I44A11-2 EDUCATIONAL. | EDUCATtONA?. y" C1fNG MEN, aged 16 to 25,War ted to take up Postal Tuition Coui-e-; in the éowing Subjects:âMining: Telephony,! Ordinary and Advanced: Telegraphy. In-i land. Ordinary and Advanced Wireless Tele. graphy, Ordinary and Advanced; Cable VI orking and Testing; Elementary Electrical Engineering, Magnetism, and 1 tfriticity. and Engineering Mathematics.â Writ. for Prospectus and Term? to:â â¢SKCTfETARY, W.A. 3 DEPT. SMAWF COL- LEGE, 55. ALEXANDRA-ROAD, LC'?G?ORT STAFFS. (JTC QTUDENTS Successfully Prenared for Pro- ? *i iency m PITMAN'S Sh<?cthand. Local MA RINK BOARD, a>;d Civil Srvice. LES- SONS given in Arithmetic, English, Book- keeping, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.âMr. tfarrM. S6. Orford-street, Swansea. Day or Evening 'tuition. CTC S A I L I N G S. WHITE STAR LIME. LIVERPOOL-NEW YORK. ADRIATIC .Wednesday, Nov 1 LAFLAND Wednesday. Nov. 15 BALTIC .Wednesday, Nov. 29 ADRIATIC Wednesday, Dec. 6 CANADA. WHITE STAR DOMINION LINE. ⢠LIVERPOOL-QUEBECâMONTREAL »KORTHLAND Thuroday, Nov. 2 "Cabin £ 11; Third Class £ 6 15s. For further particulars apply to the I Local Agents, or to WHITE STAR LINE, ,0 James-etreet, Liverpool; Southampton: J- CcckBput-street. S.W^jus^, 38, Leadenhall- T»oatdon. JSrfV SALES BY AUCTION. I SALE BOOM. No. 7, GOAT STREET. I SWANSEA. | Massrs. James and (James F.A.I., WILL SELL by AUCTION on the pre- mises as above, on TUESDAY. OCT. 31st, 1916, a large assortment of Household Furniture AND EFFECTS. as above, which have been removed to the; Sale Room for convenience of the Sale. The principal items comprise:âA first- class Round End Full-sized Billiard Table and Accessories, Two Viainut Sideboards, I several Bra-ss and Iron Bedsteads; Box- Spring and other Mattresses; Single Bed-! steads and Combination Bedsteads, Har! Mattress, Mahogany Dining and Loo Tables, Washstands and Dressing Tables. ^reat variety of Chairs, Oil I'aintings and other Picttires, China. Ware, Books, Iron Safes, several School Desks, as well as a large quantity of Bar Fixtiires and Fit- tings, and many other articles too numer- ous to particularise. Goods on View Morning of Sale. Sale to commence promptly &t 11.30 a.m. TermsâCash. AHctioneers" Offices, 7, Goat-street, Swan- sea. Telephoneâ172 Docks. SHAFTESBURY HALL, St. Helenas-road, Swansea. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER let, 1916. Mr. Joseph Harris TJAS ?en favoured with instructions l? to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION at the above Hall (where the goods will have been removed for convenience of Sale), a large quantity of superior Household Furniture And other Effects, the chief items com- prising HANDSOME ROSEWOOD DRAWING- ROOM SUITE. INLAID WITH IVORY and COVERED IN SILK TAPESTRY; FUMED OIK LEATHER-SEATED DINING ROOM SUITE, BEAUTIFUL CHIPPENDALE CHINA CABINET, Walnut Tch?eope Dining Table, Carved Walnut Sideboard with bevelled plate- j I glass mirror back, Walnut Hall Stand, Walnut Overmantel, HANDSOME LARGE GILT-FRAMED PIER GLASS 5in. by 3ft.), Brass Fenders, Fire Brasses, Carpets, Linoleum. Hearthrugs, Oak and Walnut Bedsteads, Carved Wal- nut Bedroom Suite,, Waiftut Octagonal j Table, Wicker, Easy and other Chairs, j Wire-wovo Mattresses, Wool Overlays, j Mahogany Step Night Commode, Hand- some China Tea Service, E.P.N.S. Tea and Coffee Service, Kitchen Tables, etc.; tog-ct-her with two full-trichord eheck- action PIANOFORTES (almost new) ELECTRIC CARPET SWEEPER, MOTOR CYCLE (6 h.p.), WITH SIDE CAR (in splendid running iorder), and other articles too numerous to particularize. Goods on view morning of Sale. Sale to commence promptly at 11 o'clock a.m. Terms Cash. Auctioneer's Offices, 1, George-street, Swansea. Tel. No. 469 Dockg. ALBERT HALL, SWANSEA. SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND E FFECTS^ Mr. Trevor E. Williams HAS Been Instructed to Remove from Two Residences at the Mumbles, ior Convenience of Sale, and SELL By PUB- L1C AUCTION at the Above Hall, on TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31st, 191H, the Household Furniture AND EFFECTS, Comprising; PIANOFORTE in Walnut I Case, Pull Trichord, Iron Frame, as good j ;;s new; Massive bft. Sheraton Bedroom Suite, Dark Walnut Bedroom Suite, Satin \Yiunut Bedroom Suite, Oflk Toilet Pair, Chests of Drawers, Bedsteads, Wire Mat- trosses, Overlays and Bedding, Fine Queen Anne Chesterfield, Dining Suite Up- holstered in Red Plush, Mahogany Frame !>ran"n? Koom Sniie Upholstered in Tapestry, Inlaid Sheraton China Cabinet, Fine Mahogany Sideboard, Large Solid Mahogany Bookcase, Walnut Sideboard, Mahogany Halletand, Old 01tk Corner Cuohoarf!. Two Curved Oak Hall Chair3, Carved Oak Table, Octagonal and Occa- clonal Tables, 'ielascxjpe Dining Trble, T'.ron^^s, Vases, Brass Fenders and Irons, Cxirpets, Lino, Rugs, Stair Rods, Singer i Sewing Machine. American Collap-siWe i Pram., Kitchen Dresser, Kite-hen Table, Dinner Service. Tea Service, Crockery, Cutlery and Other Goods too numerous to I mention. i Good on View Morning cf Sale. S:11e to Commence at 11 a.m. Prompt. TermsâCash. Auctioneer's Offices.â17, St. Mary-street, Swansea, (and at Mumbles). Tel. Docks 12L SHAFTESBURY HALL, SWANSEA. J. Barron Pascoe (F.S.I., F.A.I.), B AS received instructions to Remove to ? the above Hall and SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, on TUESDAY, 7th NOVEM- BER, 191G, at 11.30 a.m., a Large Assort- ment of Household Furniture AND OTHER EFFECTS. Further particulars will appear in later ITllii-thc-r partif?Lilvrs will appear in later Auctioneer's Offices, 6, College-street., Swansea. Tel., 593 Docks. PUBLIC NOTICES.  P AILWAY, AN AD IAN NORTnERN RAILWAY. Coast to Coast Service, reaching all' im- portant points in Eastern and Western Canada and the Pacific Coast. Through Services across the Atlantic by Cuna-rd Line from Liverpool, London, Bristol, and Glas- fo.v. For passage and freight. rate3 apply 21, Charing Cross, S.W 9, Bishopsgate, E.C. SWANSEA HARBOUR TRUST. SWANSEA PILOTAGE ORDER, 1S91. TlTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a i,_ MEETING of LICENSED PILOTS will he held on THURSDAY,- the 9th day of NOVEMBER, 1916, at 11.30 a.m., at the HARBOUR OFFICES, SWANSEA, for the Election of Three Representatives of Licensed Pilots under the provisions of the said Order to aorve as Members of the Pilotage Committee of the Swansea Harbour Trust. Nomination Papers and Proxy Papers respectively must be in the form settled and supplied by the Undersigned, and he lodged with him not later than 4 o'clock on Wednesday, the 8th day of November, HHG. TALFOURD STRICK. Clerk to the Trustees. Harbour Offices, Swansea, 28th October, 1916. SWANSEA 1 SAVINGS BANK. I OPEN DAILY. I Deposits Received from 1/- to I I any amount. F U N 13 S, 2450,000. 1 ACCOUNTS, 11,400. | SUNDAY SERVICES. Oxford Street United Methodist Church. To-morrow (Sunday), Cctotrer 29th, I Preacher Rev. F. SPARROW. 11 a.m., Getting to the Heart of Things." 6.30 p.m., Special Lecture to Young People II on The Secret of Success." Everybody Heartily Welcome. The Schoolroom will be Open Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday Evefi-I ing at 6.30 to Soldiers. Mcsic, Refresh- ments, etc., etc. MAMSELTON Brotherhood (OPEN MEETING), 2.45 Sharp. SpeakerâMr. R. H. BUSH ELL. Soloi,sts-hliss Bc-atrice Anthony and Mr. J. Evans. AccompanistâMr. Harold Jenkins. ElocutionistâMr. D. H. Jenkins. Chairman-Mr. Melville Jones. Ladies Eepecially Invited. MOUNT CALVARY, MANSELTON. Preacher at 11 & 6: Mr. G. E. DENNiS. Waiter Road Congregational Church. To-morrow (Sunday), October 29th, Preacher: Rev. JOHN LEWIS, M.A. (of Woodford.; London). ) Services: Morning at 11; Evening at 6.30. PUBLIC NOTICES. LLANDILO AND DISTRICT LICENSED VICTUALLERS' AND BEER SELLERS' ASSOCIATION. Owing to the advanced prices and scar- city of materials, it has been decided to RAISE THE PRICES 01' ALL BEERS to; 2d. per Half-Pint and 4^d. per Pint, on MONDAY, the 30th day of OCTOBER, 1916. DANIEL AMBROSE. 2, Brisken-terrace, Llandilo. SWANSEA UNION. COTTAGE HOMES. WORKING FARM BAILIFF AND GARDE N ER. The Guardians invite applications for the above (not eligible for military ser- vice), who will make liimeelf generally useful. Salary, 31 per week and 2/4 per week War Bonus. The Salary is subject to a deduction under the Poor Law Oflicers' Superannu- ation Act, 1895. Particulars of the duties can be obtained from the Superintendent, at the Cottage Horned. Application (to be made on form to be obtained from me), with copies of three recent testimonials, to be tent to the un- dersigned on or before the 6th day of November, 191ti. Selected Candidates will have notice when to attend. LLEWN. JENKINS, Clerk. Union Offices, Alexandra-road, Swansea, 25th October, 1916. THE SALVATION ARMY. MRS. GENIRAL BOOTH Is Coming to THE TABERNACLE, Woodfield Street, MOHRISTON, on MONDAY, OCT. 30tni 1916. LECTl/RE at 7.38 p.m. Subject: "Satvation Armv Work in WAR TIME." Chairman-Councillor D. Matthews, J.P., Supported by other influential Ladies and Gentlemen. â ADMISSION FREE. Freewill Offering at the Doors. Special reference will be made to the Salvation Army's Great Scheme to assist War W idowe, &c. All are Welcome Complimentary Tickets, for Special Re- served Seats, can be obtained from Briga- dier Rogers, 16, .Oai:lands-terras, Swan- eea, or any Salvation Army Oiheer. PEELIMINARY ANNOTTNC530SNT1. THE Rev. W. fVieivHie Harris, M.A. (Young People's Sec., Congregational U n-ion), at MOUNT PLEASANT on THURSDAY, 30th NOVEMBER. 4.38. Swansea S.S. U. 7.30. TRADDODIR DARLITH NOS SADWRN NESAF, HYD 28ain, Yn y LLYFRGELL GYHOEDDUS ar PANTYCELYN," Gan y PitTCh. J. J. WILLIAMS (Treforis), am 8 o'r gloch. â" Croesaw i bawb." Myned i mewn yn rhad. COUNTY BOROUGH OF SWANSEA. POLICE UNIFORM CLOTHING. The CORPORATION INVITE TEN- DERS for the Supply of GREAT COATS for Volunteer Special Constables to be de- I livered in quantities of 20, 30, 50, and 70 garments, or required from time to time. Specification of the garments and form of tender can be hud on application at the Central Police Buildings, Alexandra-road, Swansea. Tenderers are required to submit pat- teras with their tenders. Sealed Tenders, etkdorsed H Tendeni for V.S.C. Uniform," addressed to Captain Alfred H. Thomas, Chief (instable, Swan- sea, must lie received not later than November 4th next. The Corporation do not bind themselves to aecept the lowest or anv Tender. H. LANG COATH, Town Clerk. 26th October, 1916, ¡ Guildhall, Swansea. SWANSEA & DISTRICT MASTER BAKERS' AND MILLERS, ASSOCIATION. ADVANCE IN PRICE OF BREAD. o WING to the unprecedented Advance in the Price of Flour and General Cost of Production, we are reluctantly compelled to ADVANCE THE PRICE OF BREAD on and after MONDAY NEXT to RETAIL, lOd. per 41b. Loaf. WHOLESALE, 9/3 per Dozen. THOS. P. DAVIES, 1 Hon, See. SUNDAY SERVICES. Preachers in Swansea To-morrow. Nineteenth Sunday After Trinity. 7 BAPTIST. Pantygwydr 'Cht#rch.-ii &.m. and 6.30 p.m. Preacher: Rev. A. Beynon Phillips. Evening Subject: The Great Surprise." Mount Pleasant Chapol, Swansea.â11 a.m. and 6.30 p^m. Preacher; Rev. H. H. Turner (W eston-Super-Mare). Memorial Baptist Church, Whlter-road. -11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Preacher: Rev. F. C. White, B.D. School at 2.45. Mount Zion Church.â11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Preacher; Rev. E. Worthing. Sunday School and Bible Classes 2.45. St. Helen's Chapel, liadoe-,street.-ll a.m. and 6 p.m. Preacher: Rev. J. W. Causton. Sunday School at 2.45. CONGREGATIONAL. Manselton English Church, Manselton-rd. -11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Preacher: Rev. Thomas Lewis (Troherbert). Sunday School & Bible Classes at 2.3U. St. Paul's Church.â11 a.ni. Liil 6.30 p.m. Preacher: Rev. D. J)idon Evans (Lhui&amlet). Sunday School t45. Rhyddinas Church, Finsbury-terrace.â 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Preacher: Rev. J. T. Rhys. Sunday School at 3. Carmarthen-road Church.-ll a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Preacher: Rev. J. Phillips (Pastor). Sunday School at 2.30. Tabernacle Chapel.-ll a.m. and C.30 p.m. Preacher: liev., R. J. WilMughby. Sunday School and Bible Classes 2.45. St. Heien's-road Church.â11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Preacher: Rev. Thos. Sinclair Evaas (Pastor). CALVINISTIC METHODIST. Alexandra-road Chnpel.-ll a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Preacher: Rev. J. II. Oiv-en (Pastor-Elect). Sunday School at 2.30. Terrace-road Church.â11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Preacher: Rev. J. Chadwick. Sunday School at 2.45 p.m. Rhyddings Park Chapel, Rhyddings Park- road.â11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Preacher: Lev. E. P. Hughes (Pastor). CHRISTADECPHIAN. Christadeiphian Meeting Room, St. Helen's-road. -6.30 p.m. Subject: Resurrection and Judgment," by Mr. E. A. Russell, Landoro. PRESBYTERIAN. St. Andrew's Church, St. Heien'e-road.â 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Preacher: Rev. R. Greenshields, M.A., B.D. (Pastor). PRIMITIVE METHODIST. Primitive Methodist Church, Pell-street.â Morning at 11, Evening at 6.30. Preacher: Mr. C. H. Hicks. THE FORWARD MOVEMENT. Central Hall, Orchard-street.âli a.m. and 6.30 p.m., Rev. W. Watkin Williams. Sunday School at 2.45 p.m. WELSH BAPTIST. Capel Gomer.â11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Preacher: Rev. R. S. Rogers, 13.A. (Pastor). Sunday School at 2.45. Bethesda, Abert&we.âOedfaon 11 a 6.30. Pregethwr: Parch. D. Price (Gwein- idog). Yagol Sul 2.30. WELSH CONGREGATIONAL. Y Tabernac!, Treforis.âYfory, Cymanfa yr Ysgolion Sul. Llywydd, Parch, J. J. Williams (Gweinidog). Am 11, 2.15 a 6. Egiwys Annibynol Henrietta.âOedfaon 11 a (;.30. Parch. D. Eurof Walters, M.A., B.D. (Gweinidog). Yegol 2.45. I WESLEYAN. Brunswick.âPreachers: Morning at 11: Mr. T. LawGon; Evening at 6.30: Rev. H. C. Floyd. ⢠Wesley Chspel, Colle-5treel.Morning at 11: Rev. T. F. Buckingham; Even- ing at 6.30: Mr. C. W. Siater. OTHER SERVICES. Albert Hall, Swansea.â11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Preacher: Rev. Oscar Snelling. Seats All Free. Gospel Hall, George-street.â(D.V.) a Gospel Meeting will bo held at 6.30 p.m. All are Invited. BROTHERHOOD MEETINGS. Pantygwydr (Undenominational)âSpecial Open Meeting at 2.45 p.m. sharp, j Speaker: Rev. A. Beynon Phillips: (President). Subject: "Keep Oii the Grars." Soprano, Miss Maud Harris, Tenor, Mr. Sydney Williams; Solo Violinist and Accompanist, Mi<se May j Richards, A.T.C.L. Selections Ly Brotherhood Orchestra (Conductor, j Mr. Bennett). Chairman, Mr. T. D. Cullis. Soldiers in the District will be Heartily Welcomed by Members of the Brotherhood. Ladies Specially Invited. Y.M.C.A.â3 p.m., Speaker: Mr. J. Hux- table. Subject, The Bright Side." Accompanist: Miss Lilian Stratton, A.R.C.M.âTuesday, 7.45, Christian Evidence Class. Speaker: Mr. David; Davies. Subject, Christian Tern- j perance." All Men Welcome. i Sketty (Wesley Chapel).âAt 3 p.m. I Speaker: Rev. T. C. Hiilard, B.A. (lateI of Coy Ion). Subject: "Missionary ) Address." Chairman, Dr. J. A. Raw-' lings, J.P. Open to all Ladies and Men. Pell Street.3 to 4. Chairman, Mr. Wm. Brotherton. Speaker, Mr. Dl. Jenkins. Wesley.-Speaker, Mr. G. Codd. Chair. man, Mr. E. S. Evans. Sun Rises 6.48, Sun Sets 4.40. Lighting-up Time, 5.10. Subdue Lights v:3ibie from the sea- Swansea 5.25, Llanelly 5.26 2-3, Aberavon 5.25, Pembroke 5.29J. Subdue other Lights- Swa-nsea 6.55, Llanelly 6.56 2-3, Amman- ford 6.56, Aberavon 6.55, Neath 6.55, j Carmarthen 6.57, Pembroke 6.59J. High Water; 6.28 a.m., 6.57 p.m. King's Dock-4Jft. Sin. 40ft. 4in. p.m. To-morrow, 7.15 a.m., 7.2O p.m.

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