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PUBLIC NOTICES. AMMANFORD Recreation Grcunds. THE FIRST ANNUAL EISTEDDFOD Will be held on the above Grounds on SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1918. AdjuiieatorsâMusic: Dr. H. Coward (Shef- field) sand E. T. Davies E-sq. F.R.C.O. (Mer- thyr). Literature. Bev J Voiander Jo-jes, .Chief Choralâ(a) "Britons Alert" (Elgur); (b) Ar Doriad Dydd (T Hopkin Evans). £50. Second CtboraJ. 0 Father. Whose Almighty Power" (Handel), £ 12. $ok» for Soprano. Contralto. Tenor, and Base. each £ 2 2s. Cywydd (Ode) ar "Ddyffryn Aman," Cadair yr Eisteddfod a £ 2 2p. Recitation (Open). £ 1 Is. Programmer from the Secretary. Geo. T. Davies. ita. Gollee^street, Ammanford. English Congregational Hall, Porthcawl. A GRAND Competitive CONCERT Will be held on WHIT-MONDAY, MAY 20th, 1918. Competitions for Soprano, Contralto, Tenor and Bass. Prizes S2 2s. each. (Own Selection). Champion Solo, any voice, f3 Ss. Adjudicator-T. Gabriel, Esq., F.T.S.C. Programmes, lid. poet free. Hon. Sec., D. J. Bees, Brynderwen, Porthcawl. The GRAND THEATRE, Aberavon (Kindly Lent). A "Sacred" Evening Concert I Will be given at the above on SUNDAY EVENING, MAY 12th, By too BLIND MUSICIANS In Aid of St. Dunstan's Hoste! for Blinded Soldiers and Sailors. Organised by Lady Pearson. Tickets.-2s. 6d. (Reserved), 2s. and Is. (Free of Tax). Local Hon. Secretary: Mr. Hopkin Mor- gan, 14, Ynys-street, Port Talbot. TENDERS AND CONTRACTS. Urban District Council of Margam (PORT TALBOT). THE Council are prepared to receive TENDERS for the Supply of the following:- SURVEYOR'S 4 other DEPARTMENTS for the period ending 30th September, 1918. 1. Limestone 3tetalliiig for (a) Margam and Brombil, (b) Hamlet of Konfig, and (0) Hamlet of Trissent. 2. Haulage of Metalling in said districts. 3. General Haulage. f 4. Scavenging at (a) Bryn, (b) Oakwood, and (c) Ynysygwas. 5. Hay, Corn, Bran and Bedding. 6. Coal for Public Baths, Offices, etc. 7. Disinfectants. S. Illuminating Oils. 9. Black and Galvanised Wrought Iron Tubing and Water Fittings. Id. Wrought Iron Castings, Lamp Pillars, Gully Gratings, etc.. 11. Stoneware Goods, Paving, Kerbing, Cement, etc. Further particulars and Form of Ten- der may be obtained. on application to Mr. John Cox, Surveyor to the Council. Sealed Tenders to be delivered to the undersigned, appropriately endorsed, on or before the 11th May, 191&. The Council do not bind themselves to tccept the lowest or any Tender. D. E. JONES, Clerk to the Council. '7th April, 1918. SAILINGS. ?MMM South & East Africa. URIUn- ROYAL MAIL ROUTE. CASTLE The Cape, Natal, Transvaal. Rhodesia,  East African Ports. LI iInMt P Mauritius &c. For Sailings and Other Information, apply to the Head Office, 3 and 4, Fen- church-street, London. E.C. 3, or in Swan- sea to T R. W. Mason and Co., or Bertie Perkins and Co. WHITE STAR LINE. Liverpool to Australia. CALLING AT CAPE TOWN (SOUTH AFRICA). Fares: To Australia; S23 to ZU; to Cape rown., £15 15s. to S24 Sr-. These steamers are twin screw, fitted I ritb bilge keels, and have been specially :onstructed for the Colonial trade The loeommodation comprises Smoking. Read- ing, and Dining Rooms. Surgeon and Stewardesses carried. For further particulars apply to the Local Agents: WHITE STAR LINE, Liverpool; 1, Cockspur-street, S. W. 1, and 18, Leadenhall-street, E.C. 3, London. â II MONEY. THE SWANSEA MERCANTILE CO. (Ltd.) 18, PARK STREET, SWANSEA, Make Cash Advances Daily, from a 10 to I I OGO. No Charge unless Business done Strictly Private and Confidential. For farther particulars, apply H. B. JONES, Manager. FOR SALE. -I "E*QR SALE, a Brown MaTc. 14.2: thick set. sboi3eniatur,o Cart M&rc- resom for aellin?. in fo?l.âApply 6 Fran- et?Ntreet. near Victoria Park. Swansea.  229A4-13 FOR SALE. two Governess Cars. two Ralli Traps, two Rustic Traps, to fit from 13 to 16 hands, and Six Seta of Harn-cim.-kr)ply 6 F&eet.. near Vict?i<i Park. Swan- "a. 229A4-1B MISCELLANEOUS. W a ON RATS. Rod ine Yiat Poison Vt makes a clean sweep in one night. Dead vermin dry up. Absolute extermina- tion guaranteed. Swift and deadly. Tins. 6-J.. la., te., &I.. 5e.; poet. Zd. Harley. Chemist. Perth. t OCULISTE & HOSPITAL Preecriptioos receive OUT careful B attention, accurate grinding of H Leases being guaranteed. Our I Prices are moderate, consistent with H accuracy and Best Workmanship I We have our own plant and can n aepply the majority of Special Lenses B within a few hoars. B C. F. w, ALTERS, F.S.M.C., I Oxford Street, Swansea (Nearly opposite National Schools). g Two Qualified Opticians are in 3 attendance. add their skilled services jf are at your disposal. p Sir John Willoughby died ait- his re- ttdeooe ia London on Tuesday night.

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