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NEW SARDINES-SEASON 1873. WE have just received our Stock of Phillipe and Canaud's celebrated brand large size tins Is. 4d. each. TAYLOR & COMPANY, Sole Agents for W. & A. GILBEY, 6, Castle Square, Wine and Spirit Importers and Distillers, London. Swansea. MESSRS. PHILLIPS & CO. Are now shewing a most superb Stock of Spring Novelties Combining the three requisites, viz :-Elegance, Durability, and Cheapness, in SILKS, ) MILLINERY, VELVETS, FLOWERS, SHAWLS, FEATHERS, JACKETS, STRAW HATS, DRESSES, LACE & FANCY GOODS, COSTUMES AND SKIRTS IN GREAT VARIETIES. FUNERALS FURNIKHED. FAMILY MOURNINC. Millinery and Dressmaking Departments-Are under the manage- ment of competent and tasty forewomen. Ladies' Underlinen, Baby Linen, and Trimmings, at fully 20 per cent. less than is usually charged. AGENTS FOR DENT'S UNIVERSAL SHIRTS (6s. 6d. EACH, OR 6 FOR 36s.) AGENTS FOR H O "W" IE 3 S IvI O lEi I 2ST E S « LONDON HOUSE," CASTLE STREET, SWANSEA, -N PIANOFORTES, AMERICAN ORGANS, AND IMPROVED MELODY HARMONIUMS, BY THE MOST EMINENT MANUFACTURERS. J BRA ET E R Begs to solicit an inspection of his present NEW S TOe K Selector! l ■ersonally witli the greatest care, embracing all the most recent improvements, and which are now offered 1 at greatly REDUCED PRICES, for CASH. onerea SUPERIOR INSTRUMENTS FOR HIRE. ALSO ON THE THREE YEARS SYSTEM OF PURCHASE. The Largest Assortment of Music and Musical Instruments in Wales, suitable for this Season, also for Presents. 9, WIND STREET, SWANSEA. IMC XX Is/C B L E S THE MERMAID, FAMILY AND COMMERCIAL HOTEL, EVERY ACCOMMODATION FOR VISITORS. W. BAMPFYLDE, Proprietor. An Ordinary Daily at 2 o'clock. Good Stabling & Lock-up Coach House. SWANSEA ICE COMPANY, ESTABLISHED 18G9. Importers of Norwegian Kohinoor Lake Ice. LARGE or small quantities sent any distance. ICE HOUSES, ST. HELEN'S, SWANSEA. Provincial Insurance Company. SOUTH WALES BRANCII OFFICE. „ r xi, FIOMP VNY beg to announce npHE DIRECTORS A mJcn OFFICE, at A r*»> » £ £ £ £ :EVAN DA VIES lias b«. Secretary to the Company. -nrATWsj GOVERNMENT NEW SOUTH WALES. OOUTH WALES EMIGRATION.—The NEW S GOVERNMENT has RESUMED EMWR^^e classes for whom passages P money. MARRIED can pay one-third of their P^ssaSe m MECHANICS, COUPLES not exceedi^ <$5 YE»R LABOURERS, and FARMERS, VLNNT e3diug small WORKING DOMESTIC SERVANTS, not EF'U" ? industry Thev CAPITALISTS in any branehofCo and'of good must be of sound mental and bodily health and or gooa moral character —Application, either in wnting or per sonally at No. 3, Westminster-chambers, Victoria-street, Westminster, S.W. CHARLES COWPER, Agent General. Bridgend Gas and Water Company. "\TOTICE is hereby given, that the next ordinary J3I half-yearly General Meeting of the Shareholders of this Company will be held at the Company's Offices, in the town of Bridgend, on Monday, the 25th day of Aug- ust, 1873, at 12 at noon. R. PRICE, Chairman. And notice is hereby further given, that the Books of the Company will be closed for the Transfer of Shares from this date until the said meeting. Dated this 7th day of August, 1873. E. C. SPICKETT, Secretary. SWANSEA VALE RAILWAY. ATOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the THIRTY -IN SEVENTH ORDINARY HALF YEARLY MEETING of this Company will be held at the Offices of the Company, at Swansea, on WEDNESDAY, the 27th 'lay of AUGUST, 1873, at ONE o'clock in the Afternoon, for the purpose of receiving the Report of the Directors, j*Qd a Statement of Accounts, and for transacting the General Business of the Company. The Registrar of Transfers will be closed on the 13th Jay of August, and will not be re-opened until after the said Meeting. AND NOTICE IS HEREBY FURTHER GIVEN, that GHARLES HENRY SMITH, Esq., and PASCOE ST. LEGER GRENFELL, Esq., two of the Directors of the Company, AND GEORGE YOUNG, Esq., one of the Auditors of the Company, retire by rotation at this Meeting, and being eligible offer themselves for re-election. (By Order,) THOMAS MORLEY, Secretary. Swansea, August 1st, 1873. The Cambrian Concentrated Essence of Smoke, For giving the true Westphalian, or Wood Smoke Flavour, to all kinds of Meat, whether Hams, Tongues, Bacon, Beef, or Fish. TN addition to the Salt, it essentially contributes to fllf Preserve the articles from decay, while it combines i .e ^vantages of Dry Smoking, without the same lability to become rusty, or to lose in weight, as by the ordinary method. Sold wholesale and retail at The Cambrian office, Swansea, at One Shilling and Sixpence per Jar. MESSRS. MASON & CO., STOCK AND SHARE DEALERS, 12, GREAT WINCHESTER STREET, LONDON, B.C. HOLDERS of MINING SHARES difficult of Sale in the Open Market may find PURCHASERS for Bame through Messrs. MASON and CO.'S AGENCY. Every description of Shares Bought and Sold at the best Market Price. Daily Price List on Application. Oftlces-oxford Buildings, Swansea, and Bank I Chambers, Newport. TEETH, FROM 58. EACH- ESTABLISHED 1809. HM. JONES & SON, Surgeon Dentists, M.C.D.E. • 19, NORTHAMPTON PLACE, Swansea, invite public attention to their Patented System of Painless Dentistry, which entirely supersedes all others. Their Artificial Teeth, being indestructible, never cshange colour nor decay, and, by their wonderfully lifelike appearance, defy detection, and exactly restore the natural and youthful expression of face. Teeth, from 5s. Sets, from E5. Terms strictly moderate. Consultation Gratis. A Vacancy for an Articled Pupil. Periodical attendance at Carmarthen and Pembrokeshire For dates see Local Papers. One of the firm daily in attendance at NO. 19, NORTHAMPTON PLACE, SWANSEA. Mumbles Benefit Building Society. MONEY! MONEY! MONEY! THE Directors of the above Society are prepared to ADVANCE MONEY upon the shortest notice in sums from jBlOO to £10,000. For particulars apply to the Secretary, Mr. JAMES ORRIN, Post-office, Mumbles. October 8th, 1872. STAFFORD COLLEGE, DARTMOUTH PARK, FOREST HILL, (Near Crystal Palace) London, S.C. Head Master—Mr. CROSS, late of Bridgend. Mathematics, &c.—A. G. WATKINSON, Esq., London University. French-Monsr. RAECKELBOOM. German-Dr. EUPHRATE, M.A., Ph.D., &c. Drawing, Painting, &c.-J. L. KENWORTHY, Esq., F.S.A., F.R.G.S., &c. Assistant in ditto—J. ROLFE, Esq., Medalist of the Royal Academy. Professor of Dancing-J. SEATON, Esq., Royal Italian Opera House. THERE is at present no Vacancy, but one Pupil can be received on the 25th MARCH. JAMES' PRIZE MEDAL STARCH recommends itself. A M E S PRIZE MEDAL STARCH Pure in colour and perfectly soluble. JAMES' FRENCH BALL BLUE recommends itself. The well-known original make. J A. M E S' FRENCH BALL BLUE Beware of inferior qualities. JAMES' EXTRA QUALITY FRENCH BLUE recommends itself. Give it a trial. AMEST EXTRA QUALITY FRENCH BLUE In solid blocks, registered shape. JAMES' PRIZE MEDAL DOME LEAD recommends itself. Use no other. JAMES' PRIZE MEDAL DOME LEAD. Manufactory: Sutton Road, Plymouth. Dr. Anderson's True Scots Pills. Have been for move than a century, and still continue to be {n ifh fti.Ilu nrenared at the Original Warehouse for DICEY & Co's Medicines, No. 10, Bow Church Yard, London. TTTT7V ore singularly efficacious in Bilious, Flatulent, and Dropsical Complaints, and aU disorders of the Head, Stomach, and Bowels, promote Digestion, create Zn Ar™tite remove Obstructions in the Kidneys, and "ie^ayS.ntidot.. to the Stoae Gravel a I FNR DICEY & Co. s Andersons Scots words DICEY & Co." are engraved on the Stamp. Sold by W. SUTTON & Co. (late DICEY & SUTTON), 10, Bow Church Yard, London, at Is. lid- per box, and by all the principal Booksellers, Druggists, and Medicine Vendors. Vendom Of whom may also be had, CARPENTER'S SPECIFIC for the HOOPING COUGH. Price Is. lid. the bottle. CARPENTER'S EMBROCATION for ditto (to be rubbed in over the Pit of the Stomach and Chest), Is. 9d. the bottle. MARSHALL'S HEAL-ALL, a Specifie for Cuts, Fresh Wounds, Bruises, &c. Inj Bottlea at Is. lid., and 2s. 9d. To the Overseers of the Poor and the Constables of the ] Town and Franchise of Swansea, within the Borough of Swansea, in the County of Glamorgan, and to all whom it may concern. I THOMAS ROBERTS, Joiner, now residing at Waterloo-street, in the Town of Swansea, within the Borough of Swansea, in the County of Gla- morgan, and for six months last past, having resided at Waterloo-street, in the Town of Swansea, in the Bo ough and County aforesaid, do hereby give Notice, that it is my intention to apply at the General Annual Licensing Meeting, to be holden at the Town-hall, in the Town and Borough of Swansea, in the Hundred of Swansea, in the said County, between the Twentieth day of August and the Fourteenth day of Sept3mber next ensuing, for a License to sell Exciseable Liquors by Retail to be Drunk or Consumed in the House or Premises thereunto belonging, situate at Waterloo-street, aforesaid, in the said Town of Swansea, now in my occu- pation, and rented by me of Abraham Hopkins, of Swansea, aforesaid, Contractor, and which I intend to keep as an Inn, Ale-houje, or Victualling-house. Given under my hand this Nineteenth day of August, One Thousand Eight Hundred and Seventy-three. THOMAS ROBERTS. To the Overseers of the Poor and the Constables of the Town and Franchise of Swansea, within the Borough of Swansea, in the County of Glamorgan, and to all whom it may concern. I JOHN BIDDLE, of Gower-street, in the Town of Swansea, in the said Borough, Confectioner, do hereby give Notice, that ,it is my intention to apply to Her Majesty s Justices of the Peace for the said Borough of Swansea, assembled at the General Annual Licensing Meeting to be holden at the Town-hall, in the of Sw Town of Swansea, in the said Borough, on the Ninth day of September next, for a License for the Sale of Sweets, to be drunk and consumed on the house and premises now in my occupation, and situate and being in Gower-street, in the said Town of Swansea,^ and held by me under a lease granted by F. E. Davies, of Swansea, aforesaid, Draper. Given under my hand this Sixteenth day of August, in the year of our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Seventy-three. JOHN BIDDLE. To the Overseers of the Poor and the Constables of the Town and Franchise of Swansea, within the Borough of Swansea, in the County of Glamorgan, and to all whom it may concern. I JOHN TAYLOR, of Castle-square, in the Town of A Swansea, in the said ^Borough, Grocer, do hereby give Notice, that it is my intention to apply to her Majesty's Justices of the Peace for the said Borough of Swansea, assembled at the General Annual Licensing Meeting to be holden at the Town-hall, in the Town of Swansea, in the said Borough, on the Ninth (lay of September next, for a License for the Sale of Spirits in Bottles and Sweets, to be drunk and consumed off the house and premises now in my occupation, and situate and being in Castle-square, aforesaid, in the said Town of Swansea, and held by me under a lease granted by Thomas Frederick Matthews, of Merthyr Tydfil, in the said County, Commercial Traveller. Given under my hand this Thirteenth day of August, in the year of our Load One Thousand Eight Hundred and Seventy-three. JNO. TAYLOR. To the Overseers of the Poor and the Constables of the Town and Franchise of Swansea, within the Borough of Swansea, in the County of Glamorgan, and to all whom it may concern. ILLE" ELLYN JAMES POWELL, of Union-street, in the Town of Swansea, in the said Borough, Grocer, do hereby give Notice, that it is my inten- tion to apply to Her Majesty's Justices of the Peace for the said Borough of Swansea, assembled at the General Annual Licensing Meeting to be holden at the Town-hall, in the Town of Swansea, in the said Borough. on the Ninth day of September next, for a License for the Sale of Wine in 1 Sweets, to be diunk and consumed on or off the house and premises now in my occupation, and situate and being in Union-street, in the said Town of Swansea, and held by me under a lease granted by James Harris Roberts, of Swansea, aforesaid, Painter. Given under my hand this Sixteenth day of August, in the year of our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Seventy-three. L. J. POWELL. To the Overseers of the Poor and the Constables of the Town and Franchise of Swansea, within the Borough of Swansea, in the County of Glamorgan, and to all whom it may concern. I SAMUEL LATEY, of High-street, in the Town of Swansea, in the said Borough, Confectioner, do hereby give Notice, that it is my intention to apply to Her Majesty's Justices of the Peace for the said Borough of Swansea, assembled at the General Annual Licensing fleeting to be holden at the Town-hall, in the Town of Swansea, in the said Borough, on the Ninth day y of September next, for a License for the Sale of Sweets, to be drunk and consumed on the house and premises now in my occupation, and situate and being in High- street, in the said Town of Swansea, and being my own property. Given under my hand this Thirteenth day of August, in the year of our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Seventy, three. s SAMUEL LATEY, To the Overseers of the Poor and the Constables of the Town and Franchise of Swansea, within the Borough of Swansea, in the County of Glamorgan and to all whom it may concern. I JOHN LEWIS, of Walter-road in rp nt Swansea, in the said Borough, Grocer rl Wn i°v 7 give Notice, that it is my intention di° x6r £ by Majesty's Justices of the Peace for the said*1!? l^of Swansea, assembled at the General A*. of Meeting to be holden at the Town-hall ^icenain| Swansea, in the said Borough, on the Ni^th dlr of September next, for a License for the ■ 7 Bottles, to be drunk and consumed off the house Ld premises now in my occupation, and situate nouse anu Walter-road, aforesaid, in the said To'wnl being my own property. 4 Swansea, ana Given under my hand this Fourteenth c » j. in the year of our Lord One Thousand Eight HiSred and Seventy-three. -hundred JOHN LEWIS. To the Overseers of the Poor and the Pnn. ui ±v. Town and Franchise of Swansea, within ttmP v, f Swansea, in the County of Glamorgan a £ d £ °J,°Ugw it may concern. S and to 311 whom IBENJ A.MIN GOOD ALL, of 18 Hio-I, • ,T. Town of Swansea, in the said Borough hereby give Notice, that it is SI'.Gro™r> to Her Majesty's Justices of the Peace 4-1° &PP-J Borough of Swansea, assembled at the i f i Licensing Meeting to be holden at the Town'Hi Town of Swansea, m the said Borough oiTtV ail j September next, for a License fof th? ? Sweets, and Spirits m Bottles, to be drunk °f off the house and premises now in mv „„ d consumed situate and being in 18, High-street in t^ 'TV of Swansea, and held by me under a ll j William Harris Francis, of Swan.ea, aforesafd^Gentfe Given under my hand this Sixteenth dav the year of our Lord One Thousand Eight w Seventy-three. ^lgllt Hundred and ——————— B- GOODALL. To the Overseers of the Poor and the Constable, f the I Town and Franchise of Swansea, wiS^ B £ of Swansea, in the County of 01^ the Borough whom it may concern. organ, and to all I JOSEPH HENRY WATTS of « the Town of Swansea, in the sairi 0n reet' 111 fectioner, do hereby give Notice f*?uSh».Con_ tion to apply to Her Majesty's Justices of tL" P 7 mt?n" the said Borough of Swansea, assembled J ti, ~Ce Annual Licensing Meeting to be holden at +K v in the Town of Swansea, in the said TL Town-hall, Ninth day of September next, for a Licence Ti f Sweets, to be drunk and consumed ™ i £ he Sale °! premises now in my occupation, and ai/L! h,°^s? "?d Nelson-street, m the said Town of SwanLo an,d ,be,1^g1111 me under a lease granted by Thomas an,d 0held hy aforesaid, Gentleman. Rees, «f Swansea, Given under my hand this Sixteenth r the year of our Lord One Thousand Eieht w Seventy-three. 1&ht Hundred and »phhenrywATTS. To the Overseers of the Poor and t)iT~ri 7~; Town an 1 Franchise of Swansea wiS^n it ™of of Swansea, in the County of GIJ^T the Borough whom it may concern. Glamorgan, and to all I MARY BIDDLE, of W^d.st A Swansea, in the said Borousrh o .Town of hereby give Notice, that it is mv ^ctloner> do to Her Majesty's Justices of the Pt^1011 \° app-? Borough of Swansea, assembled at th» ,the sald Licensing Meeting to be holden at the Twn(lral 4nnual Town of Swansea, m the said Boroueh e of September next, for a License for th* « i y to be drunk and consumed on the houn ? Sweets, now in my occupation, and situate and being in mlses street, in the said Town of Swansea i1? Wind- under a lease granted by Esther Evans'am? tr £ y mC both of Swansea, in the said Borough Henry Power, Given under my hand this Sixteenth A • the year of our Lord One Thousand Eitrht^ w J g j3 "J Seventy-threo. iilght Hundred and M. BIDDLE. To the Overseers of the Poor and the Constables of the Town and Franchise of Swansea, within the Borough of Swansea in the County of Glamorgan, and to all whom it may concern. I NORLEY TUNBRIDGE, of Wind-street, in the a town of Swansea in the said borough, grocer, do hereby give notice, that it is my intention to apply to Her Majesty's Justices of the Peace for the said Borough of Swansea, assembled at the General Annual Licensing Meeting to be holden at the Town-hall, in the town of Swansea, in the said Borough, on the Ninth day of September next, for a License for the Sale of Sweets, to be drunk and consumed off the house and premises now in my occupation, and situate and being in Wind-street, in the said Town of Swansea, and held by me under a lease granted by John Jenkins, of Rotherslade, near the Mumbles, in the said County, deceased. Given under my hand this 16th day of August, in the year of our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Seventy-three. N. TUNBRIDGE. To the Overseers of the Poor and the Constables of the Town and Franchise of Swansea, within the Borough of Swansea in the County of Glamorgan, and to all whom it may concern. WE, CHARLES GOLD and ROBERT PRIESLEY COLLINS, of Castle Square, in the Town of Swansea, in the said Borough, grocers (trading under the firm or style of Phillips & Sons), do hereby give notice thut it is our intention to apply to Her Majesty's Justices of the Peace for the said Borough of Swansea, assembled at the General Annual Licensing Meeting to be holden at the Town-hall, in the Town of Swansea, in the said Borough, on the Ninth day of September next, for a license for the sale of Sweets, to be drunk and consumed off the house and premises now in oar occupation, and situate and being in Castle Square, in the said Town of Swansea, and rented by us of Washington Hamilton Brown, of Swansea aforesaid, gentleman. Given under my hand this Eighteenth day of August, in the year of our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Seventy-three. PHILLIPS AND SONS. Pro R. P. COLLINS. To the Overseers of the Poor and the Constables of the Town and Franchise of Swansea, within the Borough of Swansea, in the County of Glamorgan, and to all whom it may concern. I DANIEL DAVIES, of Castle-square, in the Town m of Swansea, in the said Borough, Draper, do hereby give Notice, that it is my intention to apply to Her Majesty's Justices of the Peace for the said Borough of Swansea, assembled at the General Annual Licensing Meeting to be holden at the Town-hall, in the Town of Swansea, in the said Borough, on the Ninth day of September next, for a License for the Sale of Sweets, to be drunk and consumed off the house and premises now in my occupation, and situate and being in Castle-square, in the said Town of Swansea, and held by me under a lease granted by Sir Williani Grove, Knight. Given under my hand this Sixteenth day of August, in the year of our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Seventy-three. DANL, DAVIES. To the Overseers of the Poor and the Constables of the Town and Franchise of Swansea, within the Borough of Swansea, in the County of Glamorgan, and to all whom it may concern. IT GEORGE EDWARD DOWMAN, Victualler, now residing at Bryn-y-mor Terrace, in the Town of Swansea, within the Borough of Swansea, in the County of Glamorgan, and for six months last past, having resided at Bryn-y-mor Terrace, in the Town of Swansea, in the Borough and County aforesaid, do hereby Give Notice, that it is my intention to apply at the General Annual Licensing Meeting, to be holden at the Town-hall, in the Town and Borough of Swansea, in the Hundred of Swansea, in the said County, between the Twentieth day of August and the Fourteenth day September next ensuing, for a License to Sell Exciseable Liquors by Retail to be drunk or consumed in the house or premises thereto belonging, situate at Bryn-y-mor Terrace, aforesaid, in the said Town of Swansea, now in my occupation, and being my own property, and which I intend to keep as an Inn, Ale-house, or Victualling- house. Given under my hand this Eighteenth day of August, One Thousatid Eight Hundred and Seventy-three. G. E. DOWMAN. ———————————————————————————————— W. MILLS AND Co., WINE AND SPIRIT IMPORTERS, 9, Castle-street, Swansea. SHERRY per dozen, 24s., 30s., 36s., 42s., 48s. MARSALA „ 18s. PORT „ 24s., 30s., 36s., 42s., 48s. CLARET „ 12s., 14s., 18s., 21s., 36s. BRANDY^fine old Cognac) per gallon, 22s., 28s. GIN (best London) „ 12s., 14s. WHISKEY (Irish or Scotch) 16s., 18s. GENEVA .per dozen, 34s. EAST INDIA PALE ALE d 4 ALE per dozen, 4s. GUINESS S EXTRA STOUT 3S. 6d 9-Gallon Casks, 10s. DUBLIN STOUT i oa fi(1 ALLSOPP'S PALE ALE'V.VlS 30s „ MILD „ „ „ 21s., 24s., 27 s., 30s. SPARKLING CHAMPAGNE CIDER.per doz. qrts., 6s. Every description of Wine and Spirit always in Stock William Deer, deceased. PURSUANT to the Statute 22nd and 23rd Victoria p Cap. 35, intituled "An Act to further amend the Law of Property and to relieve Trustees;" NOTICE is hereby given, that all Creditors and other Persons having any claims or demands upon or against the Estate of WILLIAM DEER, late of the Skrwen in the parish of Cadoxton-juxta-Neath, in the Countv of Glamorgan, Contractor, who died on the 18th day of November, 1872, are hereby required to send their names and addresses, and particulars of their respective claims or demands to me, the undersigned, the Solicitor for the Administratrix of the Estate and Effects of the deceased, on or before the 2nd day of September, 1873, at the exp,ration of which time the said Administratrix will proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased among the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the debts, claims, and demands of which the said Adminis- tratrix shall then have had notice. And the said Ad- ministratrix will not be liable for the Assets so distributed to any person of whose debt, claim, or demand she shall not then have had notice. Dated this 29th day of July, 1873. HENRY P. CHARLES, Parade, Neath, Solicitor for the said Administratrix. PURSUANT to a Decree of the High Court of Chancery made in a Cause RICHARD ROSSEK against JENNBTT RHYS and JENNETT TONKIN, 1871. R. No. 88.. The Creditors of CHARLES THOMAS RHYS, late of Tresilian, in the parish of Saint Donats, in the County of Glamorgan, Gentleman, who died in or about the month of October, 1867, are on or before the 1st day of October 1873, to send by post prepaid to Mr. JOHN STOCKWOOD, of Cowbridge, in the County of Glamorgan, the Solicitor of the Defendants, their Christian and Surnames, addresses and descriptions, the full particulars of their Claims, a statement of their Accounts, and the nature of the Securities, (if any) held by them or in default thereof they will be peremptorily excluded from the benefit of the said Decree. Every Creditor holding any security is to produce ths same before the Vice-Chancellor Sir John Wickens, at his Chambers, situated No. 12, Old Square, Lincoln's Inn, Middlesex, on Monday, the 3rd day of November, 1873, at Twelve o'clock at noon, being the time appointed for adjudicating on the Claims. Dated this 8th day of August, 1873. ROBT. W. PEAKE, Chief Clerk. E. PEACOPP. Lime-street, Chambers, 21, Lime-street, London, Plaintiff's Agent. PURSUANT to a Decree of the High Court of p Chancery made in a Cause RICHARD ROSSER against TITNNETT RHYS and JENNETT TONKIN, 1871, R. No. 88. The Creditors of MARY SHAFTESBURY LLEWELLYN, late of Cowbridge, in the County of Glamorgan, Spinster, who died in or about the month of June, 1866, are on or before the 1st day of October, 1873 to send by post prepaid, to Mr. JOHN STOCKWOOD, of Cowbridge, in the county of Glamorgan, the Solicitor of the Defendants, their Christian and Surnames, ad- dresses and descriptions, the full particulars of their Claims, a statement of their Accounts and the nature of the Securities (if any) held by them or in default thereof they will be peremptorily excluded from the benefit of the said Decree. Every Creditor holding any security is to produce the same before the Vice-Chancellor Sir John Wickens, at his Chambers, situated No, 12, Old Square, Lincoln's Inn, Middlesex, on Monday, the 3rd day of November, 1873, at Twelve o'clock at noon, being the time appointed for adjudicating on the Claims. Dated this 8th day of August, 1873. ROBT. W. PEAKE, Chief Clerk. E. PEACOPP, Lime-street Chambers, 21, Lime-street, London, Plaintiff's Agent. Nitrate of Soda," IN quantities to suit Buyers' Requirements. Apply to HENRY BATH & SON, Swansea. [A CARD.] B. SANGUINETTI, TAILOR, &c., 57, WIND STREET, SWANSEA. ESTABLISHED 1824. Best House Coals 21s per ton. JH. WYATT &: Co. beg most respectfully to in- 0 form the Public that they are now prepared to deliver their BEST (NEWPORT) RED ASH COAL in any part of the Town at the above price. The Coal being from their own Colliery they are thus enabled to sell at the above VERY Low PRICE, while they can with every confidence guarantee that the quality is equal to any House Coal sold in South Wales. Please note the address:— 1, Mount Street, Swansea. RICHARD MUGFORD, Bright, Black, and Lock-smith, HI, GREENFIELD-STREET, SWANSEA. ALL Orders executed on the shortest Notice, and with the best Materials. N.B.—The best price given for Second-hand Grates, Old Wrought and Cast Iron. ———————————————————————————————————— To Executors, Administrators, &c. H. WAT KINS (late Stamp Office), HAVING had some 12 years' experience in the prepa- ration of Accounts for the purposes of Adminis- tration and Probate, and in filling up the necessary Forms for the Payment of Legacy and Succession Duties, is prepared to undertake the same upon reasonable terms. Valuations made of Real and Personal Property. Offices 4, Rutland-street, Swansea, Next door to the Oystermouth Railway Station. The South Wales Continuous Building Society. NEW SOCIETY on the permanent principles.—No Sale of Shares.—No Premiums.—No Ballot.—No Annual Expenses. Parties may join at any time and may obtain immediate Advances for any definite period, from five to fifteen years. Pay Nights—Thursday, August 7th, at the Unitarian Chapel Vestry, at Seven o'clock, and on the 1st Thursday in every month at the same hour. Members enrolled daily from 6 to 8 o'clock in the evening. Apply to the Seretary, T. J. BUSE, 20, Page- street, Swansea. West End House, Norton Terrace, Llandrindod Wells. MR. and MRS. JAMES, Senr., beg most respectfully to inform theii Friends, ami tbe Public generally, that they have taken the above House (late residence of Major Penry Lloyd), where they will be enabled to LET SUPERIOR SUITES of ROOMS, with every accom- modation. Croquet Lawn, Good Stabling and Coach-house. Terms on application. Rock House Hotel, Llandrindod Wells, South Wales. PHILIP JAMES and SON, in again returning thanks to their numerous Patrons, beg to inform them the HOTEL is now replete with every convenience for the Season, and trust to merit a continuance of their patronage. Terms on application. An Omnibus meets all Trains. THE LICENSING ACT, 1872. County of Glamorgan Licensing Committee. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the following 11 Rules have been adopted as to the conduct of Business by the County Licensing Committee That the Committee meet on the first WEDNESDAY in OCTOBER in each year, at NEATH, to receive Applications for New Licenses and Notices of Appeals against such intended New Licenses, and that they then fix the times and places at which they will hear such Applications respectively. That parties applying for or opposing be permitted to appear by Counsel or Attorney if they please. That persons applying for Confirmation of New Licenses shall send to the Clerk of the Peace seven days before the Meetrng of the Committee full particulars of the size, position, and also a plan of the house and premises for which a license is sought, as well as the number of Public-houses or Beer-houses in the Parish or Hamlet in which the house proposed to be licensed is situate, the population of the parish, and the distance of such house from existing licensed houses, and also any other particulars the Committee may from time to time direct the Clerk to require. THOS. DALTON, Clerk of Peace. Mercantile Bank of the River Plate (Limited), (Late Commercial Bank of the River Plate (Limited). Office Hours, 10 to 4; Saturdays, 10 to 2. BRANCHES: Buenos Ayres. Monte Video. DRAFTS on Buenos Ayres and Monte Video granted. JL-F Bills, Coupons, &c., payable in the River Plate Republics Purchased or Collected. Letters of Credit and Circular Notes for use of Travellers issued. The Purchase and Sale of South American and other Securi- ties, and generally all Banking Agencies in business connected with the River Plate undertaken. Money received on Deposit for Six Months and upwards. CH. RAPHAEL, Manager. WHY DO BLACK SILKS WEAR SO BADLY Is a question there is often too good reason for asking and in order to remove the occasion for this frequent complaint, JOLLY & SON, SILK MERCERS, BATH, have entered into arrangements with eminent Lyons and Spitalfields Manufacturers to produce for them several qualities and makes of BLACK SILKS, any of which may be purchased with the certainty that it will wear well; for these goods Jolly & Son hold themselves respon- sible, and each Dress will be stamped with a distinct guarantee. Paterns post free. rfa REGULAR LINE OF PACKETS FROM Swansea to Valparaiso, Coquimbo, and Caldera. THE undersigned intend despatching first-class Ships at Monthly intervals for the above-named Ports. Next departure- A Vessel at an early date. For full particulars of rates of Freight and Passage apply.to HENRY BATH & SON, Swansea, and Gresham House, London, E.C. WEST OF ENGLAND FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. Established at Exeter, 1807. CAPITAL, £600,000. TRUSTEES: Right Hon. Earl of Devon. I Right Hon. Earl of Morlev Right Hon. Earl Fortescue. | Sir T. D. Acland Bart M x> Sir J. T. B. Duckworth, Bart. LOAN DEPARTMENT. Loans of not less than B100 granted for a limited number of years at five per cent. per annum-repayable instalments upon proved Personal Security, in conjunction with Life Po cies. CHARLES LEWIS, Secretary and Actuary: A Fortune for a Trifle, £25,000 for JE1. "CTULL PARTICULARS of this most advantageous •ii speculation, guaranteed by Government, will be sent tree oa application, enclosing a stamped directed envelope to JOHN FOSTER, Esq., 8, CraigYCourt, Charing Cross, London, S.W, Brunswick Wesleyan Chapel, St. Helen's Road. be opened on THURSDAY, August 28th, lb< 3, by the Rev. G. T. PERKS M A, President of the Wesleyan Conference, who will preach in the morning at half-past 11, and in the evening at 7 o'clock. N.B.—A cold collation will be provided in the new schoolroom at 2 o'clock, with tea and coffee. Tickets 2s. 6d. each. Addresses will be given afterwards by the President and other friends. The services will be continued as follows :— On Sunday, August S1-—Brunswick Chapel, In the morning at 11, the Rev. W. NICHOLSON will preach, and in the evening at half-past 6, the Rev. THORXLEY SMITH. WESLEY CHAPEL, Morning :-The Rev. T. SMITH. Evening :-The Rev. W. NiCHOLSOX. On Sunday, September 7, BRUNSWICK CHAPEL, In the morning at 11, The Rev. J. BURTON, of Leeds, will preach, and in the evening at half-past 6, the Rev. E. J. ROBINSON, Chairman of the Swansea District. WESLEY CHAPEL, Morning at 11, the Rev. E. J. ROBINSON; Evening at half-past 6, the Rev. J. BURTON. On Thursday. September 11, The Rev. J. JAMES, D.D., cf London, will preach in BRl NSWICK CHAPEL in the Afrernoon at half-past 2, and in the Evening at 7. On Sunday, September 14, BRUNSWICK CHAPEL, In the Morning at 11, the Rev. C. PHEST, of London, will preach, and in the Evening at half-past 6, the Rev. W. NICHOLSON. WESLEY CHAPEL, Morning at 11, the Rev. W. NiCHOLS.)N Evening at half-past 6, the Rev. C. Pl:EST. ° Collections will be made at the above Services on behalf of the Building Fund. WILLIAM QUICK, DEALER IN Gentlemen, Ladies, and Children's LEFT-OFF WEARING APPAREL No. 60. LOWER OXFORD STREET, SWANSEA. Tuning and Renovating Pianofortes. JOR2\ BISHOP'S 30th V.s't to Sw ansea will be on or about the 20th inst. Persons desirous of having their Pianofortes attended to by tlie Year (Quarterly) will please to .send their came and address to the HUDSON HOTEL, St. Mary-street, when every attention will be paid to their desire. 2, Camden Crescent, Bath. SWANSEA SCHOOL BOARD. To Builders. PERSONS desirous of TEXDE R I N G for the EHECTIOX of the WAUN WEN SCHOOLS, for the above School Board, are requite 1 to send in the names to the Architect, Mr. CHARLES ASSINDER, 40, Cherry-street, Birmingham, on or he-ore the 2.3th day of AUGUST next. Bills of Quantities will be supplied on pivment of One Guinea, which will be returned on receipt of bona fide Tenders. The Schools will be built of local stone, and will accommodate 750 Children. The Board do not bind themselves to a;;c:pt the lrxeit or any Tender. E. SIDNEY HARTLAND, Clerk to the School Board. Swansea, August, 1873. Watches, Clocks, Jewellery, &c. ..8. A R T I 1ST (LATE KERN), RESPECTFULLY informs h s Friends and the Public of Swansea, and South Wales generally, that since succeeding to the above business he has entirely Refitted the Shop-premises, and laid in a New and well-selected STOCK of GOODS, consisting of WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELLER\, &c., and numerous articles suitable for WEDDING PRESENTS. A. M. begs to state that his Son, C. MARTIN, waits upon parties in the town and counky, for the Repair of Clocks, &c., and is now the only Representative travelling for the Establishment. Address A. MARTIN, 195, High-street. Swansea. ANDREW MARTIN, (LATE KERX) WATCHMAKER, JEWELLER, See., 195, HIGH-STREET, SWANSEA, BEGS to inform his Friends and Customers that CONSTANTINE KLEISER, of the Mumbles, his late traveller, has been DISCHARGED from his EMPLOY, and has no authority to receive Monies on his behalf. A. M. requests all Customers to pay all sums due to him to his Son, C. MARTIN, who will also receive all Orders with which his Friends will kindly entrust him, and the same shall receive prompt attention. 21st July, 1873. ILFRACOMBE CATTLE FAIR. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT the HALF-YEARLY CATTLE FAIR win be holden at Ilfracombe on WEDNESDAY, September 3rd, 1873. By Order, JOHN BURGESS, Secretary. THE ONLY MARINE EXCURSION TO TENBY THIS YEAR. Notice-Early Closing Day at Swansea. Cheap Marine Excursion from Swansea, Mumbles, and Porteynon to Tenby. HP H E Favourite Paddle Passenger —XWT^v steamer> PRINCE of WALES," John Henry Read, Commander, will leave 4*^SSEfii»the Entrance of South Dock, Swansea, (wind and weather permitting) on THURSDAY, August 28th, 1873, at 8.30 a.m., calling at the Mumbles at 8.50 a.m., and Porteynon 10.15 am., returning from TENBY at 5.15 p.m. A Band will be in attendance. Fares-Best Cabin, 4s. 6d. Fore Cabin 3s. Excursionists with Luggage will be charged the regular Fare. Tickets (not transferable) may be obtained of Mr. Herbert Joaes, 81, Oxford-street or of Mr. J. W. Pockett, South Dock, Swansea. Second Equitable Permanent Benefit Building Society. Established in Bridgwater in the Year 1852. Shares JE50 each. Quarterly payment for an Investing Share 12s. lid. for a Borrowed Share 91 5s. lOd. THE following summary will best prove the successful character of the Society's operations :— Number of Shares issued from its commencement 8,480 Realised, redeemed, and withdrawn 5,194 Shares in force held by 530 Members 3,286 Advances made to Borrowing Members .329,400 Deduct Mortgages fully paid off on realised Shares and redeemed before attaining maturity.. 215,645 Amount of Existing Mortgages £ 113,755 Profits realised since commencement 38,581 of which sums the Borrowing Members have been allowed on realised Shares 19,594 And the Investing Members have been paid M18 25,712 Balance of profit remaining to the credit of existing Members to January, 1873 12,869 By the system adopted in this Society, combined with great economy in management, the shares of Members have hitherto attained maturity in periods varying from 12^ t» 12$years whilst in most other Societies with higher scale of payment, 14 years are required to realist their shares. <*use The rates of payment for advances, and the to redemption when mortgages are paid befnrl maturity, are particularly *dvantaqeous n mng Members, and will be found to bear fa van flowing rison with any existing Society. curable compa- Prospectuses, and every information w, of Mr. E. LILLY, the Secretary at tb^' Tr^ obtained Mart, Bridgwater; or of the HenOffice, The District, Messrs. BEYNON & HITMM A Swansea Castle Chambers, Swansea. Accountants, &c., inconveniencing11JaSXy delay^7 tQ w<uie without