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CHINA AND GLASS CHINA AND GLASS CHINA AND GLASS CHINA AND GLASS f'HIXA AND GLASS CHINA AND GLASS CHINA AND GLASS CHINA AND GLASS CHINA AND GLASS CHINA AND GLASS CHINA AND GLASS CHINA AND GLASS CHINA AND GLASS CHINA AND GLASS CHINA AND GLASS CHINA AND GLASS ALTERATION AND EXTENSION IN CHINA AND GLASS DEPARTMENT. In order to effect a Speedy Clearance, I have decided to offer the Whole of my Stock of GLASS AND CHINA I At 20 per cent. OFF MARKED PRiCES FOR CASH. ISAAC GALE, 1 8 H I Gr H S T R E E T t 8 TELEPHONE No. 17. SWANSEA. GEORGE'S HIG H-CL ASS WATERPROOFS (WHOLESALE). NEW PATTERNS AND DESIGNS NOW READY. SINGLE GARMENTS SUPPLIED. SELF-MEASUREMENT FOIDIS ON APPLICATION. I t'FFICE AND SAMPLE ROOMS- I 30. WIND-STREET. SWANSEA. 10874 VERY BEST PHOTOGRAPHS TAKEN IN THE PRINCIPALITY BY HENRY A. CHAPMAN, ARTIST AND PHOTOGRAPHER. Winner of several Medals and First Prizes for Photograph- and Oil Painting's. The Best Studio in the Principality for Best Work at Moderate Prices:. All tho Tnfo-t Improvements and Additions. PRICES :—3 for 2s. 6 for 3s. 12 for 5*. 6d '20' 235, HIGH-STREET, Swansea. NO IIOUSE EQUALS DOWN & SON FORHRELIABLE FURNITURE, THEYHAYE THE MACHINERY IN- WALES, ilUi5i ^xrENSI\E STOCK TO SELECT FROM, AND GIVE THE BEST POSSIBLE VALUE. C A R P E T S MADE AND I. A I D F REE. ESTABLISHED NEARLY HALF A CENTURY [908 HIGUI STREET & MORRIS LAXE. SWANSEA. THOMAS. WATXINS & CO., ]DrD BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS, BRUNSWICK-STREET. SWANSEA, PAINTERS, DECORATORS AND PAFEIMIAN'GERS, ECCLESIASTICAL DECORATION & LEAD-LIGHT A SPECIALITE.) PLUMBERS. ELECTRIC RETT.-TI-tN'OErtS, nu," ij COLD WATER AND SANITARY ENGINEERS AGENTS FOR MESSRS. J. B. WHITE AND BROTHERS' CELEBRATED ESTIMATE • PORTLAND CEMENT. > *1* given for every description of Ready-made Joinery and Builders' work- Experienced Workmen sent to any part of the country. [25 SALES BY AUCTION. COUNTY BOROUGH OF SWANSEA. *S V\-i/JtDTX\ui^ ABLE LEASEHOLD SHOP AND PREMISES) SITUATE IV ALEX- ANDRA ROAD. A A R. A. B. lias been instructed to SELL B\ PUBLIC AUCTION, at the TI-'Jm-n HOTEL, High-street, Swansea, on »\ r-L>NEfc>DAY, tho 29th September. 1897 (subject 10 suen conditions as shall then and there be produced), the following' Leasehold Premises, viz. All that LEASEHOLD SHOP, MESSUAGE or DWELLING-HOUSE and PREMISES, known as No. 3, Gladstone Budding's, Alexandra-road, Swansea, now in the occupation of Mrs. Gertrude Herz, and estimated to be worth a rental of 1:50 per annum. The premises comprise on the ground floor, largo double-front shop, large kitchen with back entrance on the first floor, three bedrooms, bath rconi (hot and cold water), and w.c. on the second floor, 3 bedrooms. The property is held for a term of 99 years from the 29th September, 1892 (less the last day thereof) at a ground rent of C12 per annum for the first 21 years of the said term, and X14 per armun for the remainder of the said term. .Sale to commence at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. For further particulars and conditions of sale apply to Mr. D. W. J. Thomas, selicitor, Brecon, Mr. John R. Richards, solicitor, 31, Fisher-street. Swansea, or to the Auctioneer at his office. 58. Wind-street, Swansea. 10875 FOREST LODGE. ANNUAL AUCTION SALE OF DRAFT STOCK WILL be held at DEVYNOCK RAILWAY STATION, BRECONSHIRE, on MONDAY-, j 20th SEPTEMBER. 1897, at 12 30, beginning with 10 Shropshire Rams. 50 Cheviot and Cross Cardie Rams, of extra jfi'od quality. 910 ditto Ewes (300 2 and 3 years). 320 aged Wethors 550 Ewe and Wether Lambs. Cows and Heifers (Shorthorn, Ayrshire and t-hrlstmas 1897 °alve botween 10th Sol}t- alld lo Cobs and Mountain Ponies some very smart a;id u-etui. J Full particulars on APPLICATION to W. S. MILLKR forest Lodge, Brecon. 10849 YNISPENLLVVCH TIN-PLA/TE^VopW CLYDACH, SWANSEA VALLEY' MESSRS. STEPHENSON & ALEXANDER ate instructed to SELL by AUCTION at these Works, on THURSDAY and FRIDAY the l-ith and 15th OCTOISER NEXT, at 11.30 a.m. each tlay. the whole of the valuable PLANT, MACHINERY AND EFFECTS, consisting of about 500 tons cast and wrought iron plates, about 300 tons steel rails, several tons of light rails, 1 locomotive engine, 8 various engines and appliances, 5 pickling machines, 10 tinning machines, 9 various boilers, several plat- form weighing machines, 20-ton railway weighing machine, travelling crane, 15ft. radius, 4ft."s^irT. jr.-ui.ge locomotive, lOin. cylinders, 4 wheels coupled. The whole of the contents of machinists' shop, stiji- of killing machines, lathes, &c. The whole of the plant and machinery in con- nection witn 7 mills, comprising standards, rolls ;uid other appliances: a quantity of steam and water piping, a quantity of shafting the contents of annealing and mill furnaces, doubters and other shears, bed-plates, squeezv.s, standards and annealing boxes, contents of smith s and titter's shop, several tons of piping of various • io-criptions, iron water wheels and appliaiiccsi the contents of mill furnaces, annealing house, tinning houses, pickling-room, a-s jrting-rooms, stores, qu-intity of brass and lead, quantity ot wrought and ca-t scrap, together with the whole 01 the various plant and machinery used in con- nection with tnese hrO'e NN-oi-k, Further particulars in catalogues, which nny Jie obtained from Messrs. Beor and Plant, Solici- tor;, S'.van^ea 01 of Messrs. Stephenson and Alexander, Auctioneers 5, High-stvcet, Cardiff. The Ynispenllwch orks are within a few minutes' walk ot theblais Station on the Midland Railway, and are about six mdes out of the town of Swansea. Purchasers attending' this Sale should leave Swansea (Midland I! ail way) by the Eleven a 111 train, which arrives at Glais Station at 11.22 a m THE TTXlVERSAL BILL POSTING CO iiKNT THE LARGEST POSTING STATIONS In Swansea and surrounding District. ft noREss:—28. LOWER UNION STREET SWANSEA. r 43 1 SALES BY AUCTION. HIGHLY IMPORTANT SALE OF LEASE- HOLD PROPKRTY SITUATE IN THE COUNTY BOROUGH OF SWANSEA. MR, ARTHUR S. T LUCAS has been instructed to OFFER FOR SALE in one Lot, at the CASTI.b HOTEL. Castle-square, Swansea (subject to such conditions as shall then and there be produced, on WEDNESDAY September 22nd. 1897. the fo) lowing Valuable and Compact LEASEHOLD PROPERTY All those eleven LEASEHOLD MESSUAGES 9915' 16' 17' 18- 19. 20,21', 22, 23, <24 aud _o. COT.;h>URNK-TEEBACB (off the Carmarthen-read*, in the County Borough of Swansea, held on I.ruse for a term of 75 years from the 20th day of September, 1875, at a yearly ground rent of jE27 10s. No. 15 is underlet for the whole term less 3 days, at a reatal of E2 10s. per annum. The other houses 'with the exception of Nos. 16 and 25. which are in hand) are let to respectable tenants at a weekly inclusive rental of 4s. 6d., each. The Properly has a frvntag? of about 176 feet, and a depth of about 80 feet. The sale to commence at 3 o'clock in the Afternoon. For further particulars and permission to inspect the Property, apply to Mr. Arthur S. T. Lucas, Auctioneer and Estate Agent, 6, Rutland- street, Swansea, or to Messrs. Aeron Thomas and Co., Solicitors, 18, York-place. Swansea. 1089^ Preliminary Notice. PA VILA NO FARM, GOWEU. MR. FRED. ,T. PARKER has received instt notions from Mr. George Taylor ^Th»is Riving up T|ie above Farm), to SELL by Al^CTIox, on THURSDAY and /l:r TOHI;l! 7'1» and 8lh, 1897, the whole ,LI) K ;'1"1 J)KAD FARMING STOCK", CROPS, etc.. comprising 200 Sheep. 26 Cattle, 13 Horses. 6 Pigs. Several Head of Geese, Ducks and Poultry. About 160 Mows of heat: Barley and Oat^ 3 Ricks of Hay. And the whole of the Implements suitable for a 350 acre Farm. Full particulars in hills and future advertise- mAuctioneer's >fHc<\ Plymouth-stivet, Swansea. CENFASKA WW FARM, NEAR NEATH. SALE OF *T<>. k. CKOTS. IMPLEMENTS. &C. MR. DA11 > 'MOl.'GAN is instructed by Mr. R. Hckii;- 'Wiio is leaving) to SELL BY AUCTION, N'N Frii'W, SKI'TKMBF.R 24, 1897, the undermentioned 0 LIVE STOCK. CHOPS, IMPLEMENTS, Ac. SHEEP.— -to fat ^hem, 15 fat Lambs, 2-year-old Ram, yearling ditto. HORSES.-Two good working Mares. CATTLE. Four COWS in full profit. 3-year-o;d Koffo1 ^-year-old St^er. three 2-year-old p ,ls' 5 yearling,. litter'ot?8 10 c^YVn^10 ?torC S°''V With Cpr>T>< iJ7" eo"°- b0 Fowls. Ilavahont of -AIai-sh Hay, Rick of Meadow three ditto of J1'1'0. Rick' of Wheat, tons of Shot Hay' "= tto ot °ats' three XMPL KIM b! IS,— I'vvn T' n » T I Car, Market Car. \Vhoel pl> Y'Hv GiUa,J0" I"sh Harrow. Chaff-cutter Two «wm§' do- nowing ditto, two Machine, Win- Crusher, two'Barrel Churn r?1' tTP*vmZ< Corn Pikes, 8-galh >n Boiler Ac GSe V«ts, Rakes, HARXF>S,— I >vo IT Leading ditt-v tou-'iln-r with niirnIUeSs' ^wo se^8 Tools." numerous Farming Luncheon at Oi. ■. Sale at Two. '1KR3! >,x >nth- crobt on approved bills on £ o and or the u-nal discount for casli. UA Tin Auctioneer re"pectful!v invites attentir. this sa!f. as th- whole will 1>, sold ^Sl lhe slighte-t res -rve. AuctionO" OJH;VS. Full Moon Hotel, Ne.it! -eft. 7th, 1897. C. LI.. WATKIX8& Co., AFC1'l.I\¡:¡:¡: VALUERS, A,V,»l'XTANTS, AUDITORS, HOUS1. A N'l> KSTATK A(.»KNTS AND LICFN^KD VICTUALLER BROKERS. RENTS AND DEBTS COLLECTED. Sums of £ 1CL\ £ 150, and S250 heady to Advance on Mortgage, Agent for General Lite Assurance Co., London Lancashire Fire Insurance Co. and Alliance Plate-Glass Insurance Co. OXFORD BUILDINGS. 104, OXFORD ST., SwAXSKA. 107-5 SALES BY AUCTION. ALTERATION OF DATE OF SALE. SALE ON TUESDAY, SEPT. 21ST 1897. YSTRAD UCHA FARM. FFORESTFACH, near Cockett Station, on the G.W.R. MESSRS. J. M. LEEDER & SON have .1.1.- received instructions to SELL by AUCTION, at the above Farm, on TLESDA). Sept. 21st, instead of the previous day as formerly advertised, the following Live and Dead FARMING STOCK, CROPS. IMPLEMENTS, &c., comprising — STOCK Shorthorn cow. Skctty, with ca:f at foot crossbred cow. Briney, with calf at foot; Hereford cow, Longhorn, recently calved; blue crossbred cow, Cress, in forward condition shorthorn cow, Little Paddy. 10 calve December 29th do. Red Paddy, to calve January 29th do. Gower, to February 7tli: do. White Paddv, to calve December 24th crossbred cow, Blue, to calve March 9th do. Blackie, to calve February 3rd black crossbred cow, Gill, to calve January 21st; crossbred cow, Lady, to calve December 22nd 4 yearling heifers (roan, white, and 2 red i 6 calves, &c. HORSES. —Bay horse, Jack. 5 years old, good and active worker bay mare, aged black mare, Star, 6 years yearling colt. PIGS. Yorkshire sow in farrow, large bacon pig 13 slips. &c. CROPS. 6 acres of oats, 4 do. of barley, 2 ricks of meadow hay (about 30 tons in all), rick of clover hay (about 14 tons), 6 acres well-grown Swedes, in lots to suit purchasers. IMPLEMENTS.-Chaffcutter. horse gearing, old thrashing machine, 2 mowing machines, weighing machine, 4-wheel dog cart, 4-wheel wagon, heavy gambo, old gambo, 2-wheel spring cart, 2 heavy carts, 2 old do., single-wheel plough, chain harrow, 2 zig-zag harrows, hor^e rake, single set of harness, &c. POULTRY.—30 geese, about 40 head poultry. Luncheon at half-past eleven. Sale to commence at half-past twelve. Four months credit on approved security will be given to purchasers of 15 and upwards, or discount at the rate of 5 per cent. allowed for cash. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers at their offices, Goat-street Chambers, Swansea. CWMAVON. 11 miles from ABERAVON, GLAMORGANSHIRE. MESSRS. J. M. LEEDER AND SON HAVE received instructions from Messrs.Wright. Butler and Co., Limited, to SELL by PL BLIC AUCTION, at the Depot Foundry, near Cwmavon Station, on the Rhondda and Swansea Bay R nl- way on MONDAY and TUESIO Y, September 27th and 28th, 1897, 522 COTTAGES. SHOPS. AND DWELLING- HOUSES, situate in Post Office-square, Market-square, Tyr Owen-row, Somerset-place, Ebbw Vale-row, Merthyr-row, Tyisha-row, Undeb-row, Ynysavon- row, Hazelwood-row, Gower-street, Pelly-street, Tymaen-street, Great Western-row, Cornish-row, Tyrarthur row, Tewgoed row, Engine row, Copper-row, Park-row, Colliers-row, Miners-row, Woodland-row, Bryn Brythan and Danycoed-row, also the Cottages known as Fabian's Cottages, Ynisfelin, Pwllygwlaw.Tewgoed Mawr. Old Brick- yard Cottages, Tyr Eglwys Cottages, Penycae Cottages, Kendon Cottage and Rock Cottage, Finers-row, Cwm Claish Cottages, and Tymaen Meadow Cottages, together with several valuable Plots of Garden Ground. Also the two Family Residences, known as RAIL MAIL HOUSE and FURNACE HOUSE. The property forms the principal part of the town of Cwmavon. and surrounds the works of the Rio Tinto Co., Limited the Copper Miners Tinplate Co Limited the Express Steel Co., Limited and the Steel and Iron Works and Collieries belonging to Messrs. Wright. Hutler and Co.. Limited. The houses are for the most part stone built and slate J, and are always occupied. IN ORDER TO GIVE THE TENANTS of Messrs. WRIGHT, BUTLER and CO.. LIMITED, an OPPORTUNITY of PUR- CHASING the HOUSES they OCCUPY, the Auctioneers have made arrangements with the Equitable Benefit Building Society at Taunton, to advance a reasonable proportion of the purchase money on favourable terms. Full particulars of the rate of interest, terms of repayment, A a., may be obtained from J THOMAS, Esq., Secretary, Equitable Benefit Building Society, 5, Hammett-street, Taun- ton or of the Auctioneers. Luncheon, by ticket only, at 12 noon each day. Sale to commence at 12.30 o'clock each day. A plan of the property may be seen at the Auctioneers' Offices, and pardculars. wit. con- ditions of sale, had of Messrs. Collins and \\oods, Solicitors, Worcester-place, Swansea H^ton Yates, Esq. at Messrs. A\right. Butter and Co s Offices, Cwmavon or of the Auctioneers, at ttuir Offices, Goat-street Chambers, Swansea. [10o91 SALE of FREEHOLD. COPYHOLD and LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES, situate at NEWTON, in the Parish of Oy-tjrmoitii. and at LOUGHOR, in the Countv of Glamorgan. MESSRS. JOHN M. LEEDER & SON have received instructions to SELL by AUCTION, at the SWANSKA AUCTION ROOMS, Goat-street. Swansea. on WEDNESDAY September 29th, 1897, the following VALUABLE FREEHOLD AND LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES. YIZ. LOT 1—All that beautifully situate Rssidence and Premises, known as "Callon Croft," situate at the foot of Newton Hill on the main road from Mumbles to Caswell Bay and Bishopston, now in the occupation of Morton Hedley, Esq., at a rental of £ 75 per annum for a term of rive years from Jonuary 1st. 1897.. The house faces south, and is protected from the north winds by the well-wooded hill at the side it stands in an elevated position, and commands a fine view of Oystermouth, the Lio-hthouse, and Bristol C hanneL The garden and grounds Lave an area of a little over an acre, and the well-grown shrubs and ornamental trees add additional charms as well as aft'orufng complete privacy. The house contains dming, urawmg and bieak- fast rooms, kitchens, scullery, and usual dRees, six bed and dressing rooms, box room and two attics, with stable, coach-house and out-houses at a convenient distance from the residence. "Callen Croft" and the house adjoining, known as Glyn-y-coed," are held under one lease for a term of 99 years from 20th September, 1860, at a ground rent of 1-70 per annum, of which XIO per annum is charged by sub-lease upo I Glyn-y-eoed. LOT 2. All that Jreehohl Field, known by the name of "Picket Mead," .situate near New- W" ton, Mumbles, numbered 548 on ordnance plan, containing la. 2r. 31p. or thereabouts. LOT 3.-All that Copyhold Cottage Garden and Premises, known as PIck Head Mead," situate opposite the foreg-oing lot. numberc-l 547 and 547a on ordnance plan, containing 3r. 5,), or thereabouts. Lot, 2 and 3 are now in the occupation of AIr. Samuel Croome as vea-ly tenant, at an annual rental of zCl4, of which £ 6 will be apportioned on Lot 2, and £ 8 on Lot 3. LOT 4.-All these Eight pwel ing-hou>es and Premises, situate close to Loughor station on the G.W. Rjilwav, and being Nos. 1 to 3 inclu- sive, Suiders-row, in the occupation of monthly tenant-, at a gro- aggregate rental of £ 49 8s. per annum. Frcehokl Dwelling- house's and Premises (formerly three houses), nouses lt 9 7 3 Cameron-place, Loughor. known as N ti of Messrs. Jackson rimountnig i. >1,„ "■ *• &&*S! to the Aucdioneeu of Wm. fox, Esq.. Chambers, Swaiuta s 10896 S dicito' Adelaide stitf- /^HEAFE^T BUrSE IN WALES c TO BTY HA.ND-SEWX HARNESS, RIDING SADDLES, R NN!F' SPURS, CARRIAGE A1PK.ON&, AML BANDAGES, K>LE-CALB. SPECIALITY.—SOLID NICKELENH TILTS, STIRRUPS. Cannot rust. Inspect our Stock before Buying. Cheapest House in Swansea to Repair Harness. SADDLE RY~COMPANY, S548] ALEXANDRA-ROAD, Swansea. TT LANDILO. The C\MPIIAN mav be J obtained at \Y. H SMITH & SON'S Bookstall, Railway Station. SALES BY AUCTION. MONDAY, SEPT. 20th, 1897. SKETTY" PARK, near SWANSEA. First Annual Important Sale of Milch, Fat and Store Cattle, Horses, Prime Fat and Store, Pure- bred and Cross-bred Sheep, aud Poultry. MESSRS. BEYNON and MEAGER have been favoured with instructions from Sir R. A. Mori is, Bart., to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, on the above date and place, the following hiirh-classed HORSES, CATTLE, SHEEP, and POULTRY, viz. — HORSES Handsome Cliesti.ut Cob, 4 years old, about 14-2 h.to, broken to saddle, very promising; Chestnut Mare L'ony, 2 years old; Chestnut Horse Pony, vearling Chestnut Mure Pony with foal at foot, aged," 12-2 h.li, goi d in saddle or harness; Chestnut ilaie Pony with ioal at foot, aged, 12-3 li.ti, reha'ile and quiet in saddle and harness Bay Carriage Horse, 15-3 h.li, 8 years old, good in single and double harness Chestnut Horse good in single and double harness Chestnut Horse i*ony, 12-2 h.h, 9 years old, quiet in saddle and harness, and been ridden by children; Kay i illy Pony, 3 years old, 13-2 h.h, by Sarchedon B.i.y Can Mare Sally, 16 h.h, aged, «o°d aml staunch in all harness Chestnut Horse Cob Dick,' 7 ytars old, 14 h.h, good tein- peie 1, believed to be sound, good in all harness, and Kot bv that well-known sire "Young Beaconed Dark Bay Mare, 8 yeirs old, 15-2 h.h, fiee from vice, fast, quiet and good in all harness; Bay Carriage Mare Be.'s," 15-1 h.h, 6 years old, last, quiet and re- liable in single or double harness, and has been ridden by a lady, sire "Saucy Bo.v, dam unknown Dark Bay Colt, sucker of above, by Cardigan Sportsmen"; Bay Cart Horse "Xonimj, aged, 14-2 h.h, very good worker and quiet. CATTLE-six Cows with calves at foot; Red and White Cow, believed to calve January, J893; White and Red Yearling Steer; bed ;n7d \|lite Yeaning Steer; Black two-year-old Steer Lrmdle do; Red and White do; 7 Red Steers; Roan do; Lemon and "White do Spotted Eed and W lute do. 8IIEEP—Six Pure-bred Shropshire Down two-year- old Kams, 6 Cross-bred uo, 70 learlings Kvves, 100 Fat two-year-old Wethers, lbO -two-year-o.d iiwe«. pf^rLTRV— Sixty Crossbred lowlg# The Auctioneers call special attention to this First Annual Sale the quality of the Stock to be offered is of a high class being healthy, and for the most part, joungf. time or expense has been spared in the selection ot same. The whole are well worthy the attention of Stockmaster* Butchers and Farmers. Nine months' credit will be given on anproved security 011 sums of £ o and upwards or discount for cash at the rate ot 5 per cent, per annum. Luncheon at 11.30 a.m. Sale immediately after Auctioneers Offices, Victoria Chamber# Swansea. [10851 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23 1897, T And following day it required LONG OAKS iAKJI, FENMAE\ ROWKR HIGHLY IMPORTANT SALE OF SHORTHORN AND CROSS-BRED Mil PH COWS, STORE CATTLE, HOUSES sdlKKP PIGS. POULTRY, CROPS, MODERN ACPf' CULTURAL IMPLEMENTS T) A T R V UTENilLS, & HOUSEHOLD FUKNITUHE MESSRS. BEYNON & MEAOPP V favoured with instructions frmn Jlf W„T Parsous, who is leaving the farm tn VWT'T «v PUBLIC AUCTION, on the ab'ol i B\ place, the following valuable LIVP AVn nVin iftire, ,f.oc_K' CATTLE.—Hereford heifer n,u i calf, white and lemon heifer » a"d, white ljeifer 1698. white cow 'Lily' in nmf, ? calve February, •Buttercup' do., roan cow •<1 and wllite cow D.iisy' do., brown and white caw^r^h'7' d°J' red cow aud red cow 'Tulip' do hmwn T- 7 ,e.rry do"' wllite rose'do., black cow J white cow • Prim- red and white cow 'Maui/ie' ,V/» '?'l cnw (lo-i brown cow Brownie' do ^ed and'vk-»°> COW Do" tl0"' red and white cow Lad'v'do I ? C0W ,Jfeirdo.. bull coming 3 years old N li' i't, f)e'1,^reed Hereford cows are believed to be in^lfwi, Wllole of the a»>ove 8HEEP.-90 ewes, 4 pure Shropshire rains, l Cm« hT i tIOSS-bred new hurdles, in which the above sheet wm ''am' lf,° will also be offered for sale in siiitahu penned, HOKSl-:S.—Chestnut cart mire Vki'et 'V i v, •• 4 years old, has been worked in chains' oi'ilv VJ1, nslUJJ cart mare Jessie,' aged, 16 li n, eooa iu u'll "0 r°a" bay cait mare 1 Bright,1' a^ed, l«-3 h.h, good an.V'^iV tble in all liarntss, good breeding mare • biv far' mare 'Lady,' 16 h.h, aged go, d in ail 'ha'rness bay mare mountain pony, agtd, believed to be in foal h yearlinjj mountain horse |,ony. ? PIGS.—12 slips, 2 strong stores, 4 youns breMinff sows, cross-bred breeding sow a:id U yoim. ml 2 laige cross-bred sows (empty). POULTHV.—About 50 fowls, 15 ceepe. 8 ducks CUOPd.—150 mows ot cats, 35 mows of barlev 6 mows of wheat, larjje rick of well-harvested nrime clover hay. d.j. do. meadow hay. veaea purne IMPLEMENTS —2 ploughs (llornsby, 8GB) neirlv new 1 plough (Howard, L B.) double Tom (HornsbO neaily new horse hoe, 2 set. ot harrows Tz;.f do chain do. Horse rake, tw.sectioi, iion' rolie'r, turnip slicer, turnip lingerer, winnowing machine 2 chaff- cutters mown.it nnd reaping machine combined (Barnplett). seed dn (kernp), nearly new 2 tin cirts gambo two-wheeled trap, large zinc y;1rd'f eding'bin, J ziuc sheep troughs, 2 wood do, sheep rack 3 sets of care harness, 2 seis of leading do, 2 sets of ploughing °} P'a,cd trap harness, sundry o.ld harness, cart other',llke?• SI'J'tiies, sneads, cradles, draining and ladders'4airon a. 7lOVelS' t"rkS* s'KKl,lers. G.O. lines, c^sks, invfj »"1 ware piK troughs, 6 feeding tubs, 3 smaM g^o -,ir !,Von' tW,Ve lrees' 3 ""eelbarrows 2 hay knives,'saw ia'"P.9' lal,'«e ,icli dolhs, 2 cord slieep netting, also a fin°M on! r.rge '('" 'ntity of furniture and dairy mensiW besi.il V y ot 'usehold smaller article, too I,™ er"o n.e,, ot The Auctioneers, ia calling atie °U" ant sale of cattle, horses 10,1 to this import- with erery confidence i('connoe. 6P' Cr0ps' &c-' ca" purchasers. The milch cows •» S ,I,,e t0 intending stated are till believed to be in choiee, and as The pure Hereford b7ill is a wit!l second calf. known bree I. The horses are a use' t'? pe f tllat AVe11' characters. The sheep '•re healthy '"t,aPaw!til &oolJ part young, and III forward cond t,ie most crossbred, and good doers. Th,°n" ^'lle pigs are well-known makers, and aie of C }rnP'ements are by such that are used on a wel-jnnni!'? ,rn rnake, and of Six months' ere ut will be ° iv se^uritv on sums of £ 5 and ? en upon approved for cash at the rate of 5 ner or.1? or di"count Luncheon at 11 Oshari) s.,u • Per annum. Auctioneers' Offices, Victn7-;c.'?omo<^a^e^v a^ter- sea. ictona Chambers, Swan- MONDAY, SEPTET J £ 855 EAST CEFN C O p „ COCKETT, KBAR SW^-sf^ A R M THIRD ANNUAL ST £ F IMPORTANT SALE OF Mirow SHEEP, PIGS. CROPS AN» T °Ws' HoiiSES' MESSES, BEYNON' & iV'KHKS' been favoured with iimf~ 'lave John Thomas, to SELL by Ppi}?'10113 f'"om Mr. on the above date and nlaco +1 AUCTION, LIVE AND DEAD PARMTVO t^Howin- CATTLE.-13 cows with calved +S?0CK' Vl/" white cow Spotty," to calvp T*1 re<^ an<^ cow Gwen," in full profit 9ecem,;)er ^'hitj two-year-old steers, 2 fat cow^ q roc^ ant^ white HORSKS.—2 three-year-old •Tearling heifers. 12 h.h., aged, good in all HARUC^ BAY SHKEP.—30 fat ewe-. PIGS. SOW and litter, 10 SLIO= 1 V POULTRY.—A quantity Qf 1 BAOON pi?. fowls. Y GEESE; DUCFI*; and CHOPS.—Eick of prime MEAD^ 7 tons rick of prime clover hav 1 a-v 1 AL»OUT 10 mows of well-harvested oatV "4 F°NS 12 acres of well-grown swede*' I ao" PARLEY, 2 grown mangolds. N.B.—TOES ^°re we^' golds will BE sold in lots to suit S AUD LNAN' IMPLEMENTS.—Tip cart, SPRINT t°"asers- to iMt.LEMENTS.-Tip cart, SPRINT t°"asers- nearly new.. n tral^ Wagonette Six months' credit will be gi\-0n security on sums of £ 5 and upwai. i on approved for cash at the rate of 5 per cent 01 diseount Luncheon at 12.0 noon sale irnmp.);11!11!111' a. Auctioneers' Offices, Victoria Chambn a ? ,v a^er" li"oers, Swansea. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER on.r CEFNBYCHAN FARM, near P^VM'T IMPORTANT SALE OF CATTL^ ^°LAWDD'I POULTRY, CROPS, IMPLFME^,R8E' PK;S' MESSKS. BEYNON AND ati/ 'V' been favoured with Ins'i-n have Thomas Davics, who is eivilil ctlon^ from Mr. SELL BY PUBLIC Al o'J'lov1' Farmin2r- to date and place, tho followino- 1 ou above CATTLE, HORSE, PIGS Porrrnm,- IMPLEMENrs"5fepLliF^. CROP?, C ATTLE. Hereford Cow ■■ p' January, 1898; Hereford Cow '^V'- to calvo March, 1898: Hereford Cnw t° calve March. 1898: H reford HPif„. 7 aisy' February, 1893: 6 two-vear-old s'trJ0 !°7 Cu 'C fers 2 Yearlings. bteara and Hei- HOUSE.-Dark Bay Entire Horse '• r< 1, I- years old, 16 h.h.. quint and too.? „ ,a,1,e' 1 ■» l i oOoa worker in all ha niess, and a sure toal getter. Pius. — Yorkshire Sow and litter of m\,„ POULTRY. -Flock ot Geese. 4 Duel-, o Vf ia CROPS.—3 ricks of prime meadow W. ni 4 and 5 tons each), 4 mows of Who-it Q'1* >0nf Barley, 7 of O, rick MlR!inm Pctitoes. Piece of lute Turnips. N,The Hay and Corn arc all well-harvested and m splendid eond.tio" IMPLEMKNI S. Tlu-E.horse-power Thrashing Machine, Chaftcutlor, Puiper and Slicer, (com- bined) Plough (kansome). Stone Roller, Swing Plough. Harrows, Horse Hoe. Turnip Drill. Barrel Churn, Scot di Tip Cart. Tip Cart, Shaft. Leading, and Cart Harness, Saddle, Pikes, Rakes, Forks, Scythes, Snead^, Arc., <tc. Nine Months Credit \ri ] be p^'ven upon ap- proved security on sums of £ 5 and upwards, or discount for cash at the rate of 5 per cent, per annum. Luncheon at 11.30 a.m Sale immediately after. Auctioneers' Offices, Victoria Chamber?, Swansea, IMPORTANT TO J^JHEEP JJURMERS. I Prevention better than Cure. One Trial only is Requested. THOMASES "ELEBRATED IiAMB DRENCHES. The farmer s greatest Friend. Has saved tens of thousands of Lambs. Is used all over the country. Ko farmer should be without it. After u its use the nock is safe from the ravages of Eed Wate)\ and other diseases so fatal to l imbs. In I ins sufficient for 20 Sheep. Price 6d. Prepared only by YY. THOMAS, Manufacturing Chemist, MEDICAL HALL, BUILTH WELLS. lbsoo Excels all other Foods for Infants ar.d Invalids. DR. RIDGE'S PA COOKED FOOD. STRENGTHENING, SATISF YIXG, NOURISHING, DIGESTIBLE. LARGEST 8.11.£ IS THE WORLD. T3LEA3E ASK YOUR GKOCER FOR SUNRISE PACKET TEA. Once you try it, you will always buy it. _SoLD_AT Is. 8d.. 1^ IQd. AXD '2. PER LB. BUNNEYIIS HARDWARE SALE. EXCEPTIONAL BAliOAIXs. j AT X 1, OXFORD-STREET. SWaxska. I SPECIAL SALE OF SUPERIOR JJOVSE gllOOJIS & glifsiJEs OF ALL KINDS. CrTLERY. SPOONS. FORKS. ELECTRO-PLATE & KITCHEN UTENSILS, CHINA & GLASS. THE WHOLE STOCK MUST BE SOLD OWING To THE TERMINATION OF ..t.ASs.. I- EDUCATIONAL NOTICES. LAEGEST SELECTION OF ANY NEWSPAPER IN WALES. L wa,™ 0USE SCHOOL,! YYALIERKOAD, SWANSEA. High-class Education for Girls, with Prepara- tgry I)epartniciitand Kindergarten. Sound teacning with careful moral training. The Curriculum ineluies French, Latin, German, Mathematics. Drawing, Painting, Music. &c. Pupils prepared for Oxford and Cambridge. Trinity College and Royal Academy of Music Examinations. The next Term commences on YY'EDXESPAY. September 15th. 1897. For Prospectus apply to the Principal, Mrs. W. NICHOLS. [10843 MISS LANGDON'S CLASSES YY'ILL BE RESUMED as usual the SECOND WEEK in OCTOBER, 1897. PRIVATE LESSONS given in all the New and Fashionable Dances. 2, SEA VIEW VILLAS. 10889] SWANSEA. 4^IR ISAAC PITMAN'S SYSTEM OF SUORrilAND," LANGDON PHOXOGHAPHIC INSTITUTE, 1, LANGDON-PLACE, SWANSEA. Why is the above System of Shorthand so difficult to master, anil why are there so few, compara- tively, who, when they have completed their courses, really understand the principles of the System? It is Realise the rules given in the Text-books in explanation of those principles are almost nullified by the number of exceptions, three-fourths of which can and are conclu- sively explained awuy at the above Institute by AJK. VEED WILKIE, who reasons and teaches all Students finder hii Tnition to reason out all work strictly 011 the priori pies of sound and sign, the two principles upon which the system is based. Combined with thorough lUition are strictly moderate terms. [10870 VIOLIN & PIANOFORTE. MR. W. F. N 1 1.1, K v Will licsume Lessons for the Autumn and Winter Season on MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 6tb. In consequence of having to decline so many applicants for lessons last winter, Mr. Hulley has arranged with 5 WALTER W H I T A K E R (Le:pzig Conservatoire) I To assist him with N-iolill pupils. Special Classes for Orchestral Work. Terms 011 application. Cae NEWíDD VILLA, ST. IIELENV-KOAO, SWANSEA. I I' LLANDILO. -fJIGH-CLASS EDUCATION FOR GIRLS. £ JL principal—MISS McARTHUR. Assisted by higlil.v-q»allfie<J Vi-iting Masters, Resident English and ioreign Governesses. ironcral Education thorough and modern, special attention given to Music. Very successful nltc b! Local Examinations, Oxford and 1 rCnbiid-e College of Preceptors, Trinity ] rt 11 .I T oudon College of Music. f Healthy" Locality, Home Comforts. Tennis, Class on Saturday for Drawing, Painting and Y\ ood-carvin^g Moderate (inolusiveb School Re-opens SEPTEMBER 20tli, 1897. 10841 ,-r I O T C A T H E R E S COLLEGE, p lAXatAXD BAY, >EAK SWANSEA. VOV SONS OF GENTLEMEN AND PROFESSIONAL MEN. Dav DoyS, Four and Five Guineas per term. hoarders, Fifteen to Twcnty-five Guineas. JUNIOR DEPARTMENT. There is a Preparatory Department for little j Bovs six to niiif .years old, under a Certificated Ooverness. Mornings only. Fee, Two Guineas a. Term. eEV. F. E. SCOTT, M.A., Oxford, 1 94871 HEAD-MASTER. BRYNHAULOG, LANGLAND-BOAD, MUMBLES. n\Y QPTTOOL FOR GIRLS & PREPARATORY ISO \'l>1)1 N*G SCHOOL FOR LITTLE BOYS. Conducted by the MISSES POTTS (Daughters of a Clergyman). Pupils prepared for all Public Examinations. ^Highest References. Terms on application. ( Autumn Term begins SEPT. 22 id. Hoarders return on the 21»t I- CLIFTON, BRISTOL. MARLBOROUGH HOUSE GIRLS' SCHOOL (formerly KINGSDOWX HIGH SCHOOL S-cmoved to No. 23. WHITE LADIES -ROAD. Established 1868. For Boarders and Day Punils F Principal:—MRS. E. E. HOBBS. Inclusive Fees for Board, English, French, Music, H'-rmonv. Drawinar, Bookkeepinar and Shorthand, 3C GUINEAS PER ANN CM. I'apils prepared for al! Examinations. J ;;79 Certifie::te;s (269 Honours,1 obtained during [ tfi»* pn.-t 2C years. I Next Term begins SATVUDAY. l&th Sept., 18S7. JJ O K O U G H OF SWANSEA. MUNICIPAL TECHNICAL SCHOOLS. SESSION 1897-8. PRINCIPAL—G. S. TURPIN, M.A:. D.Sc- F.C.S. E VE NIN G C LASSES In the foLowing Subjects will be held at the GRAMMAR SCHOOL, MOUNT PLEASANT, COMMENCING AS UXDER SCIENCE CLASSES en MONDAY, 20th SEPTEMBER, 1897. LANGUAGE and COMMERCIAL CLASSES on MONDAY, 27tli SEPTEMBER, 1897. CHEMISTRY. METALLURGY, ELEC- TRICITY, PHYSICS, All both Practical and Theoretical. MECHANICS, PRACTICAL GEOMETRY. MACHINE CONSTRUCTION & DRAWING. STEAM AND THE STEAM ENGINE. STEAM ENGINE AND BOILER DESIGN. DESIGNING OF WHEEL GEARING. MATHEMATICS, HYGIENE, PHYSIO. GRAPHY, MINING AND GEOLOGY. FRENCH. GERMAN. ITALIAN, SPANISH, WELSH, LATIN. SHORTHAND. TYPEWRITING. COMMERCIAL ARITHMETIC. COMMERCIAL GEOGRAPHY. TECHNICAL ARITHMETIC AND MENSURATION. GYMNASTICS AND PHYSICAL EXERCISE. ———— Fees.-—The Fee for eich course of Lectures is 5s. the complete Session. The Fee for each course of Practical Work is 10s. the Session Practical Chemistry, Practical Metallurgy, Practical Physic-, and Typewriting). A Composition Fee of 10s. admits for the whole Session to Four Lecture Classes; for a Fee of 15s. Plactical Work in Two Subjects may be included. A special fee is charged for Gymnastics and Physical Exercise. For full particulars see the Prospectus of Evening CTa<so«. which may be o'talned gratis ou application at the Swansea Public Llbiary. or any of the Branches, or at the following works The Mi 11 brook Iron and Steel Co.. Landore Tin- plate Company (Lmdorei. the Cwmfelin Tin Works. Duffryn Steel Works, YYilliani YYrilliams and Co. (Morriston), Mannesinanr. Tube Co., Morfa and Middle Bank Works, Hafod Copper YYTorks. and at the Mumbles Railway Station, Oystermouth, or by p:st, price one penny, on written application to the undersigned. L. COLLWYN LEWIS, Seeretary. Grammar School. Swansea. 10853 R DONALD LOTTI (Formerly Assistant Organist of Lichfield Cathedral), Organist and Choirmaster' Holy Trinity Church, Swansea. LESSONS given in PIANOFORTE and ORGAN PLAYING (Solo and Accompaniment), Y'OICE PRODUCTION AND SINGING, HARMONY, &c. Address: 43,YY'ALTKR-ROAP, Swansea. ks WANSEA. U.D. SCHOOL BOARD. J EVENING CONTINUATION SCHOOLS. FOR MALES. Commencing Monday, September 27th, 1897, will be held at the following Board Schools Aberdyberthi-street Brynhyfryd Brynmill Central Higher Grade Cadle (Dynevor-place.i Cwm Danygraig Morriston Penile rgaer Tirdeunaw Waunwen FOR FEMALES. Commenc-Ing Monday, September 27th. 1897. Brynhyfryd Brynmill Cadle Central Higher Grade Cwmbwrla (Trinity-place.) Dyfatty Danygraig Plasmarl Morriston (Ncath-roadi Yn^'stawe Tirdeunaw Subjects of Instruction Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, English Compo- sition, Singing, Elementary Science. Elementary Drawing, Book-keeping, Shorthand. Navigation Euclid, Aijebra. Mensuration, Commercial Arith- metic, Commeicial Geography. YYTelsh. P'rencli, Grymnastics, Diill, Ambulance, and Manual Instruction in W oodwo: k. Provided there are a sufficient number of Students to form a Class, jther subjects may also be taught. For Girls and Wollicli only Domestic Economy Cookery. Home Nursing, Needlework, and Plain Dressmaking. f ADMISSION FEE. ONE SHILLING, of which Sixpence is payable on entry, and Sixpence »- within a month thereafter. I No Charge for Books or School Materials. Any person over 14 years of age may attend the classes. Scholars under 14 years 01 age may do so it they (a) have been presented for examination in the three elementary subjects in Standard or in a higher standard, or (b) if exempt from the legal obligation to attend school. C Further information will be supplied on appli- cation to the Head Teachers at the centres. I A. w. HALDEN, Clerk to the Board. C ENDEEN COLLEGE, I LANGLAND BAY, (FOR THE DAUGHTERS OF GENTLEMEN), I Pupils successfully prepared for London Mat- I riculation, University Local Associated Board. rrinity College and other Examinations. Six Resident English, French and German lully-qualified Mistresses. Masters in attendance i 'or Violin, Singing, Piano, Drill. &c. S Splendidly situated house overlooking sea, near s Jays. Perfect sanitation. f. Boarders receive every attention. References kindly permitted to parents of past md present pupils. KISSES DANN AND NETTELL, T PRINCIPALS. SHORTHAND AND NAVIGATION 1 O SCHOOL. 22, NEW OXFORD-STREET, SWANSEA. tl MESSRS. J. & B. HARRIS, 1st Class Honours Science Teachers. a CANDIDATES SUCCESSFULLY Prepared for ALL LOCAL MARINE BOARD Examina- tions. Seventy-five RECENT SUCCESSES of MASTERS and MATES. Majority passed on their first trial. Compass Deviation. S'ght tests Rule of the Road. PITMAN'S SHORTHAND rapidly taught to speed of 100 words a minute Arithmetic—Sanitary Inspectors—Civil Service" .\C. Rapid success guaranteed in all subjects. ( PONI ARDI LAIS.—The CAMLRIAN" mav c be obtained at YY. j}. SMITH & |SON S Bookstall. Railway Station, s jg OROUGH OF SWANSEA. INTERMEDIATE AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION. GIRLS' SCHOOL. The Next TERM commences on THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 23rd. 1897. An Entrance Examination will be held for Girls at the Girls' School. Llwyn-y-Bryn, YYalt.-r-roid. on Thursday, September 23rd, 1897. at 9 a.m. The Head Mistress may be seen at the School on Wednesday. September 22nd. 1897. from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. and from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Entrance forms and copies of prospectus may be obtained on applicat:on at the School, or at the Secretary's Office. Grammar School. L. COLLYYTYN LEWIS, Secretary to the Governing Body. Grammar School, Swansea. 10364 MR. HUN WICK Receives and Y'isits PL PILS for Y'IOLIN and MANDOLINE Tuition. 11. CHRISTINA-STREET, SWANSEA. INDEPENDENT COLLEGE. JL TAL-XTOX. A HIGH-CLASS PUBLIC SCHOOL FOR BOYS. HEAD MASTER J. B. RIDGES, M.A. (Camb.'i A Thorough Commercial Classical Education. Several Scholarships. Fees from £11 per Term. Next Term commences September 16th. ALBERT GOODMAN, Secretary. R RADCLIFFE. (Dip. Conservatorium of Music, Leipzig 1, PROFESSOR OF MUSIC, Organi-t, Swa-isea Parish Church Losal Exam- iner, Royal College of Mu-ic Local Sec., Trinity College, London. & will Resume his LESSONS on WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 15th. Pupils prepared for the Higher and Local Examinations; also for the Royal College Scholarships. 15, NORTHAMPTON-PLACE. SWANSEA. LLANDOVEEY COLLEGE. Michaelmas Term begins YY'EDNESDAY. :Sept. 22nd. Boarders return the Previous Day. One A'ear's Successes include Nine Scholarships and Exhibitions at Oxford and Cambridge direct from School, and the largest number of Dis- tinctions "gained by any School in the Oxford and Cambridge Schools Examinations. For Particulars apply to the Warden, College. Llandovery. "10740 STERNDALE HOUSE, ST. HELEN S-ROAD. SWANSEA. .1\rI H. J. F F E I C K E li (Mem. Itieorp. Soc. illtis Mem. and Assoc. R.C.O., Hon. Local Representative of the- R.A.M.. Hon. Local Examiner for the R.C.M.). PROFESSOR OF MUSIC. LESSONS Resumed MONDAY, SEPT. 13th 1897. :i0847 LONDON. ELLESMEPvE." 28. SYDENHAM ROAD- SYDENHAM. THE MISSES MANSEL-SMITH, having Opened a School at the above address. are prepared to receive BOARDERS for the Term commencing SEPTEMBER 16th. 1897. The house is large, and pleasantly situated in Dne of the best suburbs of London. The domestic arrangements liberal, combined with the comforts of home life. Prospectus on application. [10651 MPv ARTHUR HEY, F.R.C.O., 1j.11. A.M. Organist and Choir-master of St. James' Church), PROFESSOR OF MUSIC, 8, PAGE-STREET, SWANSEA. 813 GIRLS' BOARDING & DAY SCHOOL, ST. HELEN'S LODGIi, BRYN-Y-MOR ROAD, SWANSEA. PRINCIPAL—MISS GARLICK, A.C.P., Assisted by Certificated Resident and Visiting Teachers. Pupils Prepared for all Public Examinations. The House is well situated, five minutes walk roin Beach and Parks. [22 School duties will be resumed TUESDAY. September 14th. XANCING, CALISTHENICS, SPANISH AND PHYSICAL EXERCISES. GEDNEY HOUSE, ST. HELEN'S-ROAD. I\¡£ISS CRA YEX-S CLASSES will be LT_1_ Resumed at ner Residence, as usual in ) (CTOBEE ) Miss CRAVEN having now returned from iondon, can nuke ariangements for Out-of-town da>ses. Schools. Private Lessons, Ac. f 18 W. M. RADFORD, Member of Amalgamated M usicians IT nion, j DECEIVES PUPILS on VIOLIN aud FLUTE. 0170 2, MANSEL-STREET. SWANSEA. ART CLASSES. rHE CLASSES under the direction of \Tr>~ T C. YYE-PAKM1NTEK, at the s'lT nn JXETER VILLA, re-commence tA4V?V- IEPTEMBER 21st. 1897. Painting in Oil. Water-Colour n ketching from Nature, Drawing] ^raw'ri?. rom the Life, Portraiture. Fiowm- ? Painting Special Classes iu Drawing w t e"C' o Reduction in Terms will £ 1°a Jufm°r Pupils' ne of a family join the Cla'iT I'OXTAHbAWE. r M-lT-11 A L L t SCHOOL. Pv(vrv°c-iV.l> seven years of age. ^TTII e an attention given to pupils by ersonal su]1ervision. Prejiaiation for all examinations. curing the past 10 years 200 pupils have passed '\arious public examinations. lrospectus. with terms, references, on Implication 10 MR. ASTLEY SAMLEL. ( Next Term, SEPTEMBER 20th, 1897. £ ACADEMY OF MUSI^ YY'^ter Road 1 jyj KS. EDWARD FRICXER, MISS FLORENCE FRICKER, A.R.A.M., AND I MISS MINNIE FRICKER, L.R.A.M. Members Incorporated Society of Musicians). J Piano. H ""p, YTiolin, Voice Training and Solo 1 Singing, Hamionj. Sight-Singing, 'Theory of ,Iu-if;, ic. 2444 Lessons will vc-suiaed TauESDAi, Sept. 16. k JJ OROUGH OF SWANSEA. MUNICIPAL TECHNICAL SCH00L. WOMEN s DEPARTMENT PRINCIPAL—MISS L. M. BENGEE, ^IN<J,.C'LAS.S,ES be held at the High School for Girls. Llwyn-y-Brvn. Walte-road beg-inning on MONDAY. OCTOBER 4th. 1897. the following subjects — COOKERY. DRESSMAKING. AND LAUNDBYWOUK. Teachers: Miss HOME (First Class Dipiomcc. Miss MLREAV F.r-t Class Diplomee; Fee for course of 10 lessons, 2s. 6d. each subject All ft-es are payable in advance. Further particulars and prospectuses may be obtained at the School, or on application to the undersigned, L. < OI.LYY* 1 N LEWIS. Se^retarv. Grammar School. f 1C873 LANGLAND BAY. G1 IRLS' BOARDING & DAY SCHOOL, R BELLL^L £ ) LANGLAND XEAR SWANSEA. PRixcipALS-The MISSES PHILLIPS. As-isted by Resident Certificated ENGLISH and Foreign Governesses and Visiting Masters. Preparation for Local Examinations. 'I The Honse is pleasantly situated in its own grounds on a hill, and overlooking the sea. '6412 The Third Term will begin TrEslIA Y, Sept. 21. EYFOEI) COLLEGE, FROME. PrÜlcipal- G. GRAHAM SUTHERLAND, F.E.I.S., Late Principal of St. Andrew's College, Swansea. Frome is one of the most pleasantly situate! and picturesque Towns in the West of England. The College stands in its own extensive "-rounds. Large Cricket and Footba'l Field — Bathii; aIld Swimming—Gymnasium—Scholarships. = Preparation for L Diversity and other Examina- tions. Xext Term begins MONDAY, September 13th. Xeyford College, Frome. [950^ THE TECHNICAL INSTITUTE THE TECHNICAL INSTITUTE NELSON' TERRACE, SWANSEA. In connection with the Science and Art Department, South Kensington. CH ME>IAN O: COMMITTEE—REV. T. J. "WOLFE. The CLASSES of the a how Institute will RE-OPEN on SATrRDA Y, SEPTEMBEP. 18th. 1897, at 7.0 p.m., and continue until the Examina- tions in May, 1898. SUBJECTS. L-Re PRACTICAL METALLURGY.—Elementary, Ad- vanced and Honours.—Tnes iays. 6.15 to 9.30 p.m.; all Stages. 10s. Mr. D. j. MUEOAN. B.A.. F.C.S.. Mr. C. CROCKER. INORGANIC CHEMISTRY (Theoretical:.— I Elementary—Wedne.-davs, 6.30 to 7.30 p.m. 5s. Advanced—Fridays, 7.0"to 8.0 p.m. 5s. INOR- C.ANIC CHEMISTRY (Practical).—Ebmeuiarv— Wednesdays. S.15 1o 9.45 p.m. all 10^ Advanced—Fridays, 8.15 to 9.45 p.m. Honours— YYednesdays, 8.15 to 9.45 p.m. OEGISI.- CHEMISTRY (Theoretical and Practical) — F'- meulary Stages-Mondays, 6.30 to 7.33 nm". Theory. 5s., Practical. 10s.—Mr. D. J. Mo ROAN! B.A. (Cantab I. F.C.S., Mr. C. A. SEYLEr., B Sc' (Lond.\ F.I.C., Mr. C. CROCKLH, Mr. H. MARsDEN. Any of the above times can be re-arranged to SUIT the convenience of those who wish to attend. The above I' stitute is rec:ognbe! by the Con- joint. Board of Examiners, London, for instruction in Chemistry and Pursias. and the Laboratory is the I est EQUIIJPED in the PI incipality. All Fees are payable in advance. No Subject wdl be taught u .less a Hlfficieut number join to form a Class. For further information apply at the above Institute. 10854' p. SALMON. Hon. Sec. GI OYEKXMEXT SCHOOL OF SCIENCE R AND ART, ALEXANDRA-ROAD. SWANSEA. In connection with the Science and Art L>epartme:.t So ut ti Kensington. Chairman THE MAYOR OF SWANSEA. The Classes of the above School W'il Re-or^I, R,n TUESDAY, SE."T. 2ist, 1SS7. Head Master F. F. BOSFOliD, Government Art AND Science Master: Certiiicated in Art Groups 1. AND it. CEI liiicated in Science SIIl>.iects 1., II., HI.; Medal.itt in lul,iect 3, Outline Drawing from tile 1, I,uu Medallist in Subject SBJ, SHIIUIN- the Human }'jO>I tit from the ••Konnd"; Medallist in Subject lJa, A Drawing Hutnan Figure; Medallist in Subject O, I) ingHowers, Foliage, Landstapes. Details troin* X'at T-J" Inglnst Certiticates SND Meials given. ULE • ASSISTAJi XS MISS S. HENNINGS ART M vo'ur^0'^ Monochron7e! AR." -VOUTUL FROM Antique, Painting iu sli^ri'i Honours in Building Cor- Slnict.on and A: t Class TE .chers Certificate. MK. JAMK3 A. DA VIES. Certificated bv the Ilep11 t- IN °vv J&CKL'CHAKDS RT K>1'ACLICAL W. J. Mi:, G. HAUGHTO-V, Sculptor. SUBJECFS TAUGHT- Freehand Drawing. Auatnmv ..C ,• Painting in Oil, Tempera, Art and Water Colours, Otdec'S of Still Life, &<•. P-,U"R • '!• Decorative The Figure from the A- R,LL'P'>ses. Modelling <»r- and the Life. *UE "A'"E"TS, FI«L:RTS. A,,D >> ooj Curving. T^S-XT^• F S <>J' S IT'DV-DAT CLASSES. TI'ESHAY- ANI) F ,1'; LL"S'LOVNNIF? C!ASS FRON> 11 TO/,1-JN SATI-C A! ternuon „ 2.3^ to 4.30. A „ „ to 4. A;! Fees, arc payable in Advance. Mor.M>"<3 CLASSES. IUESAA;. s and Fridays. Entrance Fee, 5s.; and LOS. per in of ten v.eeks. A J-TKRNOON CLASSES, same Days and ^EES. SATL'KPAY AFTEHNO^N CLASS, for Teachers aud "pil Teacbers oi Elemei.tary Schools,5s. toailothers, 10s. PER Session.. ,R A SPECIAL CLASS for Wood Carving and Modelling W'id be held ou Tuesdays and Fridays, 'RI)'N 11 to 1, aud 2.311 to 4.30. Terms— £ IS. per term of ten weeks A SPECIAL CLASS for Wood Carvintf only will be held on Tuesday. IVeuuesdav AND Friday Evenings, trom /.B to Y.I5. 'Terms. 10s. to_ Clinstmas, and LJJ. from •Unuary to Mav Examinations. EVE-VIX^ CL4S&I- TUTSI'AVS, \VEI»" £ 3L>AYS A LIILI)AVS, from 7 to ft.30. FEE> 10J {OR TBE whole Session from September to the Kvatr:nations in May. or Ss. from September to rhrii't'nas and 7s. fid. from Christmas to Examinations £ VA v?or2». PER month. 1/1 _.US' ADVANTAGE- Stu 'ents attending the nb.ive Classes get three nights per week of two hours each, have separate Teachers for each Su! JEE'D are under the general snpeivision 0T the Head Master. Tiie.v can take any <.f the Art Subjects, as WELL as .Science Subjects, I. JI. M without further fees. One Silver Medal, One Bronze Meda] AND Five AWar h were obtained by Students of th s School in the N t; L Donipetition at -outli Kensington this year. J 'OIM SCnSCE CLASSES I. Practical Plane and Solid Geotnetrv TT UR T • Construction and Drawing III. Bui'din- R ^INC!I.,NE md Architectural Drawing. Tuesda S U'N' FRIDAYS, F.om 7.0 to 0.S0 P^F. K} HOS M! H "U'D R. XUC„AHT.: JAMES A.' UAVIES/P,?^,1'^L, G UV' VVE, ,IRVATEI! BY T 1,E!"LRTment of Science and MD: RI 1 V'IAFS'- ,°E';URS UL Construcriow md Art Class leaclier s < ertilicate XIV. Physiology Fridays 'TO P<15 XXV. lygieue, Indays, S.LO to Y.30 p.M.-JoHs WILLIAMS. -S.S-/OR »»? LS- FOR each additional SUB- ect in XI\ and XX^ 108841 By Order. JAMES W. ROGERS, Ron. Sec. TRADESMEN Biiihe^ds at Low PRI«* at JL tae "CA.MBP.IAN Office.

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