BEN EVANS & CO., LTD.. SWANSEA. GPECIAL PURCIIASES. BLANKETS—Best Value in the Trade, B from 3s. lid. to 63g. per pair. QUILTS of every Description, at Strictly Wholesale Prices. SHEETS, in White and Unbleached, Is. lid. to 8a. 6d. per pair. The above are well worthy of Inspection. — [PLEASE SEE SPECIAL ADVT. ON PAGE 4.]
BEX EVA XS & CO.. LTD., SWANSEA. CABPETS.—New Designs. Grand Selection, Best Value. BEDSTEADS.—The Largest Stock in South B Wales, 10s. 6J. to 20 guineas. rUKNITUBE.—An immense Selection for all F kinds of Rooms. ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE POST FREE. [PLEASE SEE SPECIAL AVVT, ON- PAGE 4.
WILTSHIRE SAUSAGE WILTSHIRE SAUSAGE WILTSHIRE SAUSAGE WILTSHIRE SAUSAGE WILTSHIRE SAUSAGE WILTSHIRE SAUSAGE WILTSHIRE SAUSAGE WILTSHIRE SAUSAGE WILTSHIRE SAUSAGE WILTSHIRE SAUSAGE WILTSHIRE SAUSAGE (BEEF, PORK OR TOMATO), gAVELOYS, &c., FRESH DAILY. ISAAC GALE, 18-HIGH STREET-IS TELEPHONE No. 17. SWANSEA. THOMAS, WATKINS & CO., LTD BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS, BRUNSWICK-STREET, SWANSEA, PAINTERS, DECORATORS AND PAPER-HANGERS, ECCLESIASTICAL DECORATION & LEAD-LIGHT A SPECIALIT E.) PLUMBERS, ELECTRIC BELL-HANGERS HOT AND COLD WATER AND SANITARY ENGINEERS. AGENTS FOR MESSRS. J. B. WHITE AND BROTHERS' CELEBRATED PORTLAND CEMENT. ESTIMATES given for every description of Ready-made Joinery and Builders' work B Experienced Workmen sent to any part of the country. [25 VERY BEST PHOTOGRAPHS TAKEN IN THE PRINCIPALITY BY HENRY A. CHAPMAN, ARTIST AND PHOTOGRAPHER, Winner of several Medals and First Prizes for Photographs and Oilpaintings. The Best Studio in the Principality for Best Work at Moderate *rf*% 6fU the Improvements and Additions. PRICES :-3 for 2s.; 6 for 3*. 12 foi &». bd. [20 235, HIGH-STREET, Swansea. INDIA RUBBER. ASBESTOS. MACHINE BELTINGS ROOFING FELTS. ENGINE PACKINGS. WAGON COVERINGS BRATTICE CLOTH. WATERPROOF CLOTHING FOX'S ENGINE and L MACHINE OILS of every description. ROYAL DAYLIGHT PETROLEUM. CHAS. R. GEORGE & CO. 30, WIND STREET, SWANSEA. AGESTS FOR FRANCIS F. FOX AND CO., OIL IMPORTERS, BRISTOL. SAMPLES AND PRiCES FORWARDED ON APPLICATION. I SALES BY AUCTION. By Mr. David Roberts. BY ORDER OF THE MORTGAGEES. IMPORTANT SALE OF FREEHOLD PROPERTY. MR DAVID ROBERTS has received instruc- tions to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at thePLOI-GH AND HARROW INN, Pentre Estyil, near Swansea, on TUESDAY, October 5th. 1897. the followingvaluableFREEHOLD PRO PERT Y. comprising all that Valuable FREEHOLD MESSUAGE or DWELLING HOUSE and PREMISES, situate and being No. 162, LLAN- JJYFELACH-ROAD, Upper Pentre Estyil, Swansea, in the occupation of Mr. Joseph Davies, at a rental of 14-3. per lunar month. The Property has a frontage of 20ft. or there- abouts to the main road from Swansea to Llangy- felach. and a back entrance from Eaton-road. Sale to commence at 7.30 o'clock in the evening. f'r.' Farther particulars may be obtained of the Auctioneer, at his Offices, 19, Heathfield-street, hwansea, or of Messrs. Hartland, Isaac and VV atkins, solicitors, Rutland-street, Swansea.10949 By Mr. A. B. Davies. BY ORDER OF THE MORTGAGEE. •SALE OF VALUABLE LEASEHOLD PRO- PERTY, situate at JAMES STREET, the GRAIG, and C'AEBADELL, all in the County Borough of Swansea. MR. A. B. DAVIES has received instructions to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the ROYAL HOTEl" Swansea, on MONDAY, OCT. 18th, 1897 (subject to such conditions as shall be then and there produced, and in the following or such other lots as may be agreed upon), the following valuable LEASEHOLD PROPERTY, V1LO7 1— All those 6 MESSUAGES or TWVFLLING-HOUSES and PREMISES, situate and bein" Nos. 10. 11, 12, 13, 26, and 27, PULLER'S"-BOW, Swansea, let at the aggregate rental of £ 93 12s. per annum, held for a term of 87 years from the 25th day of December. 1363 (except the last day thereof), at annual ground rents amounting to £9 per annum. LOT 2.-All those 11 MESSUAGES or DWELLING-HOUSES, situate and being Nos. 31, J VMES-STREET, and 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10, J VMES-OOURT, Swansea, let at the aggregate rental of £ 106 12s. per annum, held for a term of 99 year" from the 29th day of September, 1842 (except the I ist day thereof), at the annual ground Tent of .£11 12s. T T LOT 3.—AH that improved GROUND RENT arising out of No. 32, JAMES-STREET, aforesaid, amounting to £1 15s. per annum, created by an Indenture of Underlease for 82 years from the 27th September, 1859. LOT 4.—All tho-e improved GROUND RENTS arising' out of Nos. 33, 34, 35, and 36, J AMES- fiTREET, amounting to £ 7 per annum, created by an Indenture of Underlease for 82 years from the 27th September, 1859.. "T LOT 5 -All those 14 MEFESL AGES or DWELLING-HOUSES, situate and being Nos. 132 to 145 inclusive, in CARMARTHEN-ROAD. Caebadell, Swansea., producing, when let the aggregate total of £ 105 19s. per annam. LntS s held for a term of 50 rears from tue 29th day of 'September, 1883, at an annual ground rent ot. ±,1- ^lththis lot will be included the beneht ot a Deed of Covenant dated the 23rd da.y of February, 1884, made between Robert Annine Morris of the one part and Anne Davies or the other part, whereby the said Robert Armine Morris covenanted to grant a further term of 49 years from the expiration of the said term of 50 years at the same ground rent. LOT 6—All that improve.i GROUND RENT arising out of Nos. 1 to 4, both inclusive. CAVE- kTREET, Caebadell, amounting to £ 3 4s. per annum created by an Indenture of Underlease for 89 vears from the 20th day of ^pt ember. 1893. LOT*7. — All that improved GROUND RENT arising out of Nos. 5 to 8, both inclusive CAVE- STREET, Caebadell, amounting to £ 3 4s. pei. annum, created by an Indenture of Um.erleaae for 89 years from the 20th September, lb9o. Sale to Commence at Three o clock in the FoVfnniier particulars and Conditions of Sale annlv to Mr. JOHN R. RICHARDS, Solicitor, 31, Fi-her-street, Swansea, or to the Auctioneer, at his office 58, Wind-street. Swansea^ ;10965 By Mr. D. Morgan. PEFN-Y-FAN FARM. CYMMER, GLYNCORRWG. Few minutes' walk from Great Western and Rhonooa. and Swansea Bay Railway Stations. UNRESERVED SALE OF LIVE STOCK CROP AND IMPLEMENTS. MR. D. MORGAN is instructed by j^1'- Thomas Munroe. who is leaving, to SELL BY AUCTION on THURSDAY, October 7, lo9/, the whole of the undermentioned STOCK, HAY, IMPLEMENTS, &c. 30 tons of prime meadow and clover hay in excellent condition. Biy mare, aged, staunch worker black horse, aged, quiet in any harness 2 yearling fillies, 5 cows in full profit and in calf, all young 8 pigs, spring trap, tip cart, gambo. mowing machine (quite new), horse-power chaff: cutler, grindstone, corn bins, several sets of 3K? SSR hurdles, ami 100 couplos of p'„„H and'sevcXi lots of implements. Terms.-Three months' credit wil] i,e on approved security on sums of £ 5 and upwards or discount at the rate ot 5 per cent, per annum will be allowed for cash. Luncheon at 1.30. Sole at 2.30 p.m. Auctioneer's office, Full Moon .Hotel, Neath Scomber 20th, 1897. [10920 EVERY facility at the "CAMBRIAN" Office for executing all kinds of Printing, Excellence in Quality and Moderation in Pric. always studied. SALES BY AUCTION. By Messrs. R. M. Davies & David. TAVERN-Y-BANWEN, ONLLWYN. Within 15 minutes walk of Onllvvyn and Colbren Junction Stations of the N. & B. Railway. IMPORTANT SALE OF STOCK, CROPS, IMPLEMENTS, &c. MESSRS. R. M. DAVIES and DAVID are instructed by Mr. John Williams (who is leaving), to SELL BY AUCTION on MONDAY, October 4th, 1897, the undermentioned STOCK CATTLE.—Two cows in calf and in full profit, three year old heifer in calf, yearling heifer. HORSES.—Bay mare, 13 hands, warranted in all harness 4 year old bay mare (with foal), broken to saddle 3 year old grey mare (in foal), broken to saddle 2 year old colt. IMPLEMENTS, &- C.-Cllaff(j utter nearly new cart, shaft harness (new), rakes, pikes, scythes, &c.. lady s and gent s saddles. Also all the dairy utensils. CROPS.—Three ricks of meadow hay in excel- lent condition. PIGS AND POULTRY.—Three store pigs; five turkeys fifty fowls; and several other useful articles. Luncheon at 1. Sale at 2 sharp. Terms.—Six months' credit on approved security to purchasers to the amount of X5 and upwards, or the usual discount for cash. Auctioneers' Om"es, Oddfellows' Hotel, Glyn- Neath. and Angel Hotel, Neath. [10926 TYMAWE FARM. ABERORAVE, SWANSEA VALLEY. Distant about one minute's walk from Abercrave Station on the Neath and Brecon Railway. IMPORTANT SALE OF SHEEP, CATTLE, HORSES, PONIES, &C MESSRS. E. M. DAVIES & DAVID have been favoured with instructions from Mr. Wm. Morgan, to SELL by AUCTION at the above farm, on THURSDAY, Oct. 7th, 1897 the following stock :— 120 SHEEP.- Viz., 40 breeding ewes. 20 two- year-old fat wethers, 20 yearling wethers, and 40 .-tore lambs. 15 CATTLE.—Viz., 5 cows in calf and in full profit, 5 two-year-old heifers in calf, 3 yearling heifers, two-year-old Scotch heifer in calf, fat Scotch bull, two-year-old. 13 HORSES.- Viz., cob mare, rising three years old, warranted sound and excellent in all harness 3 yearling colts, 3 yearling fillies, 9 mountain ponies, from two to six years old, in foal, and gome with foals at foot. Also seven GOATS of various ages. Luncheon at one o'clock. Sale at two sharp. Terms: Eight months' credit on approved security to purchasers to the amount of X3 and upwards, or the usual discount for cash. N.B.—The Auctioneers be, to call the special attention of the public to this sale. The sheep and cattle are young and healthy, and the ponies are of the pure Black Mountain breed. Auctioneers' Offices, Oddfellows' Hotel, Glyn- Neatli, and Angel Hotel, Neath. [10927 By Messrs. Lewis Brothers. TALYFEDW FARM, COEDFRANC. Three miles from Neath and one from Dynevor Star o:i, Gi\ at Western Railway SALE OF SHEEP, CATTLE, HORSES, AND CROPS. MESSRS. LEWIS BROS, are instructed by Mr. P. M. Fisher to SELL by AUCTION, at the Farm. all MONDAY, 4th October, 1897, the whole of the LIVE SrOCK AND CROPS, viz. SHEEP.—25 cross-bred stock ewes, 1 Iamb, and „ two-rear-old Radnor ram. P [V—Cow in full milk and in calf, cow ditto? 11 l'W Ilioi'tlioni heifers, 8 black colt. 2 years old; bay colt, 2 yem S od bay filly, 2 years old black colt, lisi y yeariing bav filly light bay colt.. CROPS.-9 ricks of black tartanan oats, 4 ric of wheat. 1 rick of meadow hay. 2 ricks of clover, 2 ricks of takings, several lots of bedding; also 22 young geese, ducks, about 60 fowls (some ot e best stl'aiii8 obtainable), 2 sheep racks, &c.,&c. IEP.MS: Six months' cre.iit on approved bills oil purenases exceeding £ 5, or discount of 2; p2i- cent, for cash poultry, cash net. TI I I j noon. Sale at 1.30 o'clock. J 1 \° f w 1Cj above are intended for absolute sale, and will be found in good condition and worthy of the attention 0f buyers generally. 44, Oueen-stieet, Neath, 20tt^Sept., 1897. [10953 TIR CYMLE FARM NFATM SALE OF LIVE STOCK CROP £ ■ MESSRS LEWIS BROTHERSVi. structed by Mr. E. S. Phillu,s who giving up the Farm, to SELL BY AUCTION o the premises, on THURSDAY, 7th OCTORFB VAA~7U the whole of the LIVE STOCK, CROP, &'c STOCK.—Five excellent cross-bred 'cows in profit and in calf light bay horse, 15J- hands" four years ofe, warranto i sound and good in all work: dark bay tdy, 15 hands, three years off very premising, and will make a fine handsome carriage horse light bay mare, 15 hands, aged in foal by "Melbourne," a thorough good and nuiet worker dark bay mare, 14J hands, aged, a o-ood and firm worker; foal out of light bay mare, ? "'Market Day" 2 sows in farrow and in stron^condition, 6 young storers. (J'.QP —Rick of prime meadow hay about 8 tons ■ ditto ditto, aW 5 tons POULTRY.—10 couples white Leghorns, 10 couples Plymouth Rocks, 20 couples cioss-bied fowls also gambo, farm cart, &c &c. TERMS.—On stock and crop six months credit on approved security on purchases exceeding JE5, or discount at the rate of 5 per cent. per annum for cash. Poultry cash nett. Luncheon at one o'clock. Sale at two. The stock is healthy and in good condition. The crop has been well secured and is con- veniently placed for removal. [10952 44, Queen-street, Neath, 26th Sept., 1897. SALES BY AUCTION. By Messrs. Beynon & Meager. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 6, 1897. YSTRAD ISHA FARM, NEAR WAUN- ARLWYDD. IMPORTANT SALE OF CATTLE, HORSE, PIGS, POULTRY, CROPS, AND IMPLEMENTS. MESSRS. BEYNON and MEAGER have been favoured with instructions to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION on the above date and place, the following valuable live and dead FARMING STOCK, &c., viz A CATTLE.—Black cow Blackie, believed to calve January 1898: Hereford cow" Penwen," believed to^calve January 1898 red cow" Lady, believed to calve January, 1898 black cow "Nancy." believed to calve December, 1897 red cow Cochan, believed to calve February, 1898. red and white cow" Shonken, believed to calve March, 1898 red cow Meg," believed to calve March, 1898; black two-year-old bull. 2 yearling steers, 2 yearling heifers, yearling- shorthorn bull, 6 calves. HORsEs.-Bay cob mare Bess,"about 14 h.h., good and quiet in all work. PIGS.-SO w with litter of 10 (5 weeks old) sow in farrow, strong slip, &c. POULTRY.—5 geese, 3 turkeys, 15 fowl^. CROPS.—4 ricks well-harvested meadow hay, mow of wheat, 11 mows of oats, 20 rows of potatoes. IMPLEMENTS.—Tip cart, gambo, market trap, plough, harrow, mowing machine, wooden roller, horse gear and thrashing machine, grind- stone, horseiake, pikes, rakes, scythes, sneads, cradles. 2 stone pig troughs, 2 sets cart harness, set of ploughing harness, scrap iron, 2 ladders, chains, churn, cheesepress, together with a quantity of household furniture and smaller articles too numerous to mention. Four months' credit will be given upon approved security on sums of zC5 and upwards, or discount for cash at the rate of 5 per cent. per annum. Luncheon at 12 noon. Sale 1 o'clock sharp. Auctioneers' offices, Victoria Chambers, S-wans ea. [10960 THURSDAY, OCT. 7th, 1897. LLWYNMAWR FARM, SKETTY. IMPORTANT SALE OF FAT CATTLE, MILCH Cows, HORSES, SHEEP, PIGS, POULTRY, CROPS, &C. MESSRS. BEYNON and MEAGER have been favoured with instructions from MR JAMES BROWN, to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, on the above date and place, the following valuable live and dead FARMING STOCK &c., viz. CATTLE.—Four fat cows, 6 cows in full profit, 5 cows with calves at foot. HORSES.—Dark bay horse cob Charlie," aged 13-3h.h., good worker in all harness bay cart horse Bob," aged, 17 h.h., staunch worker in all harness; bay cart horse "Ratler," aged, 16-2 h.h., capital worker; bay carriage mare Bess," 9 years old, 16 h.h., good, fast and quiet in all harness, beiieved to be in foal. SHEEP.—Ten ewe lambs. Pms.—Ten slips, sow and litter of 9, sow in farrow, sow due to farrow end of September, fat bacon pig. POULTRY.—Six geese and a quantity of fowls. CROPS.—Rick of prime meadow hay about 10 tons, do. 15 tons, do. 6 tons, 17 mows of well- haruested oats, 4 do. barley, 3 ricks of fern, half- acre of potatoes (magnum bonum), 4 rows of carrots, 2 acres of mangolds, 3 acres of swedes. The hay and corn are well-harvested aud in good condition, and the roots are of forward growth. Siz months' credit will be given on approved security on sums of £ 5 and upwards, or discount for cash at the rate of 5 per cent. per annum. Lucheon at 11-30 a.m., sale immediately after. Auctioneers' Officers, Victoria Chambers, Swansea. [10959 By Mr. Arthur S. T. Lucas. ST THOMAS IN THE COUNTY BOROUGH OF SWANSEA. IMPORTANT SALE OF VALUABLE LEASE- HOLD PROPERTY. ME. ARTHUR S. T. LUCAS lias received instructions from Mr. J. E. Leyshon, the owner, to offer for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the CASTLE HOTEL. CASTLE SQUARE, SWAN- SEA, on THURSDAY, the 7th day of OCTOBER, 1897, subject to such conditions as shall be then and there produced, and in the following lots or such other lots as may be agreed upon, the under- mentioned valuable LEASEHOLD PROPERTY, viz. LOT I.-All tbo-e NINE MESSUAGES OR DWELLING-HOUSES and PREMISES, situate and being Nos. 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, and 42, IVILVEY-TERRACE, ST. THOMAS, SWANSEA in the respective occupations of Messrs. Laing,' Havatd, Blake, Fox, Dex, Davies, Rogers, and Adams as weekly tenants, at the aggregate weekly rental of £ 3 2s. 6d. inclusive. The above houses each contain six rooms and the u-ual offices, each house having a frontage of 17ft. 8ins. or thereabouts, and an average depth of 80 feet or thereabouts. LOT 2.—All those TWO SEMI-DETACHED MESSUAGES or DWELLING HOUSES and PREMISES, situate and known as MIDLAND COTTAGE and BENTHALL COTTAGE, in BENTHALL-PLACE, ST. THOMAS, aforesaid, in the respective occupations of Messrs. Watkins and Gammon, as weekly tenants, at the aggregate weekly rental of 13s. inclusive. These houses each contain 5 rooms and the usual offices, and are erected on a triangular- shaped piece of land enclosed by substantial boundary walls, measuring on the north side 135 feet, or thereabouts; on the east, 81 feet or thereabouts and on the west, 161 feet, or there- abouts. This land is divided between the two houses, thus providing a good garden and side entrance to each. Lots 1 and 2 are held on lease fer a term of 99 vear, from the 29th day of September, 1894, at a ground rent of S34. Tin,ground rcnt will be apportioned as follows J227 M respect of lot 1, and £ 7 in respcct of ATTVQQTT A PTT'Q R NT Q—AD] those IOLR MEBOUAGES or DWELLING-HOUSES and PREMISES, situate and being Nos. 23, 24, 25, and 26, KILVEY- TFRRACE ST. THOMAS, aforesaid, M the respective occupations of Messrs. Elford, Obourne, Le Biche, and Grove as weekly tenmts, at an aggregate weekly rental of £ 1 10,. ^The^above houses each contain 6 rooms, scullery and offices, with the exception of No. 25, which has no scullery. They have A FR0" of 13 feet or thereabouts, and an average depth of 85 feet, or thereabouts. I-MM LOT 4.—All that MESSUAGE or DWELLING HOUSE with SHOP AND PREMISES, situate and being No. 27, KILVEY-TERRACE, ST. THOMAS, aforesaid, now in the occupation of Mr. Francis as a weekly tenant at the reduced rental of 10s. inclusive, the estimated rental being 15s. This house contains 6 rooms, shop, box-room and the usual offices, and has a frontage of 22 feet or thereabouts, and a depth of 90 feet or thereabouts, with back and side entrances. Lots 3 and 4 are held on a lease for a term of 99 years from the 25th day of March, 1887, at a ground rent of £20. This ground rent will be apportioned as follows J13 in respect of Lot 3, and X5 in respect of LO^OT 5 -All those TWO MESSUAGES or DWELLING-HOUSES and PREMISES, situate AND being Nos. 32 and 33, KILVEY-TERRACE, S>T. THOMAS, aforesaid, in the respective occupations, of MeWrs. Walker and Lang, as weekly tenants at the weekly rt-ntjl ot 12->. II TheseE'houses each contain 5 rooms and the usual oiffces, 'N o. 33, a frontag-e of lTfcetOT thereabouts, both with anave.-ge depth of about 40 feet. triangniar-stiaped Included with LO £ B £ KILVEV.TKBBACKI piece oi LAIJD -1 FRONTAGE to this terraje of 40 aforesaid, having te(jt depth of 37 feet or theiealo small double-fronted ST bVeb«»"«.°'"s?'bles C0°1'1 eaSilj for ot 99 -vs"; from the £ Stii ilay of March, 1894, at aa a.nu.l ground rent of £ O 19^. attention of The auctioneer begs TO C AS capitalists, investors, ana OL iMNNrtant- the whole of the lots are situated I ^AN important part of St. Thomas, where houses command good tenants. The proper y E and substant a'ly built, and each lot is compact and form desirable investments. Sale to commence at 3.30 in the afternoon. For further particulars, and permission o inspect the property, apply TO Arthur O. I. Lucas, auctioneer, valuer, and estate agent, 6, Rutland-street, Swansea, or to JOHN R. RICHARDS, Esq.. Solicitor, 10948; 31, Fiaher-street, Swansea. TO BUILDERS.—Billheads, Memorandums, Business Circulars and Cards,Time Sheets, Estimate Books, and every kind of Commercial Printing at the "CAMBRIAN" Office, 58, Wind- street. SALES BY AUCTION. By Messrs. Stephenson & Alexander. YNISPENLLWCH TIN-PLATE WORKS CLYDACH, SWANSEA VALLEY. MESSRS. STEPHENSON & ALEXANDER are instructed to SELL by AUCTION, at the*e Works, on THURSDAY and FRIDAY, the 14th and 15th OCTOBER NEXT, commencing at 11.30 a.m. each day, 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, locomotive engine by Peckett and Sons, four wheels coupled, 4ft. 8|in. gauge 8 various engines and appliances, 2 pickling machines, 10 tinning machines, 9 various boilers" several platform weighing machines, 20-ton rail- way weighing machine, travelling crane, 15ft. radius, 4ft. 8§in. gauge steam tin bars, shears, donkey and other pumps. The whole of the contents of machinists' shop, consisting of drilling machines, lathes, shaping machines, &c. The whole of the plant and machinery in con- nection with 5 mills, comprising standards, rolls, and other appliances a quantity of steam and water piping, a quantity of shafting, the contents of annealing and mill furnaces, doublers. and other shears, bed-plates, 6 pairs cold roll, standards and annealing boxes, contents of smiths' and ntters' shop, several tons of piping of various descriptions, water-heating chambers, cleaning and dusting machines, 60-ton hydraulic and other lifting jacks, the contents of mill furnaces, anneal- ing house, tinniDg houses, pickling-room, assort- ing-rooms, stores, quantity of brass and lead, quantity of wrought and cast scrap, together with the whole of the various plant and machinery used in connection with these large works. The Ynispenllwch Works are within a few minutes' walk of the Glais Station on the Midland Railway, and are about SIX miles out of the town of Swansea.. 0 Purchasers attending TH^ Sale should leave Swansea (Midland Railway) "y the Eleven a.m. train, which arrives at Glais station at 11.22 a.m.. and the Sale will commence immediately upon the arrival of this train.. Further particulars in catalogues, WHICH mav be obtained upon application to Messrs. BEOR and PLANT, Solicitors, Swansea Messrs. HARTLAND be obtained upon application to Messrs. BEOR and PLANT, Solicitors, Swansea Messrs. HARTLAND ISAAC, and WATKINS, Solicitors, Swansea; or to I the Auctioneers, 5, High-street, Cardiff. By Mr. Frank Tunbridge. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5TH, 1397 ALBERT HALL, CRADOCK-STRKRT SWANSEA. HIGHLY ATTRACTIVE AND IMPORTANT SALE OF VALUABLE CARPETS, HEARTU RUGS, AND A SMALL STOCK OP'^RNISH ING DRAPERY. *-KMSH- ME. FRANK TUNBRIDGE bn- r. favoured with instructions to SFT T TT? PUBLIC AUCTION, at the ABOVE-M3 Hall, and on the above-named date the PUBLIC AUCTION, at the above-mentioned Hall, and on the above-named date the exceptionally valuable stock of new Oriental Mirzapore, Axminster, Wilton, Brussel- V 1 Pile and other LU^ELS, \EIVET CARPETS. DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTURERS ;„NI, J- X, NEWEST DESIGNS FOR THE AUTUMN AMON ARE THE FOLLOWING SIZES :—9FT. BY EFT QIR Q°A V!S 9FT. 10FT. 6IN. BY 9FT. • L2FF 1, L9M'' 9T.T- IAT: IS: IY1 IIFTB3,S' W I0FF«NB^ AND A SMALL STOCK OF UGS 1 ^NIBHINO DRAPERY INCLUDING; CLIEMLE REVERSIBLE TABLE BLANKETS SHEETS, COUNTERPANES, IRISH C°?ORS. BLEACHED TABLE-CLOTH?, TABLE NAPKINS TRAV O etc., etc. Best Brussels stair carpetmo- F' rugs, door mats, and other effects fullv ?, A in the catalogues. Y SCRIBED Sale to commence at 12 o'clock, noon Goods on view, Monday, from 11 a.m.'to 6 RF6 and on the morning of sale from 10 a.M. P-M-, Detailed catalogues, with fall descripTiONS and measurements, are in the course of preparation and may be obtained upon application to the Auctioneer, at his offices, 10, CXFORD-STREET Swansea. Note.—The catalogue will be strictly adhered to, and the sale is expected to conclude at 2 o'clock. [10964 By Mr. Fred. J. Parker. PAVILAND FARM, GOWER. THURSDAY and FRIDAY, OCT. 7 and 8,1897 HIGHLY IMPORTANT UNRESERVED SALE OF CATTLE, CROSS BRED SHEEP HORSES, POULTRY CROPS, AND AGRI- CULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. FRED. J. PARKER has been favoured (who • .LNSTMOTL°ns fiv-M Mr. Georsre Tavlor AUCRRIO^'AT'^HP P ,THE TO SELL V mentioned dat, 26 C^ATILE R%%H^ADB°VE- HORSES, 6 PIGS POUTTO V K I H 15 of WHEAT, BARLEY WD OATS°! MOWS of the AGRICULTURAL IMPLEME^'RL WHOL° prising as follows :— ccm- CATTLE.-Hereford cow "Buttercun" ford cow Fanny, Hereford coJ «' r> E* black cow Blackie, red cow "Roman >> foregoing cows are M milk, and UL«K r 4 E be in calf). Hereford cow 'WITH calf cow in calf, white cow IN CALF 4 ?0. 4 two-year-old heifers, 5 two-ye'ar-nlH JHEUERD> calves, short-horn bull. steers, 3 N.B.—Particulars of cows due to CILVQ -N 1. given at time of sale. will be SHEEP.—160 cross-bred breeding cross-bred lambs and wethers AIID°?VWES' Pios.—Breeding sow, black'feedin,118' do., and 3 slips about 3 months old ° SOW' WBITE HORSES.-Bay mare "Bright'' R with colt foal at heels, and beiiovnri + yeaVs °W, bay horse Bob,' 6 years old bav L ° ^oaL 5 years old, bay horse Tom 8 RSE ^CK mare "Daisy" about 15 hands HIEIL!0ID, BAY Fly aged, grey mare A' out 14 7 MA.R« filly foal at heels, and believed" + 1 W L chestnut pony with filly toal at h -els ° 1 ,IN .LOA^> to be in foal, chestnut cart filly 2 VE! A believed by permission, Hack two-year-old. «FIRS ? A^SO 17 hands high, 6 year* old, quiet anrl J Y black cart filly 2 years old, bay hm-■■ worker, old. 01 OE C°b 2 years POULTRY.—Several heads of O.EPS.0 poultry. > "UCLSS and CROPS.—Rick of clover, 2 ricks f hay (each estimated to contain from R+ MEadow 1 well harvested and prime), 14 MOWS F 10 TONS' mows of wheat and bailey MIXED 4Q Wheat, 5 black tartavian oats, 15 mows of N?OWS °F Island oats, 4 mow." of wlJite OAT^ RO'CLWAR(1 of barley, and 16 mows of Canadian MOWS POTATOES.—About 1J ACRES of NLFY" • Stourbridge glory, and abundance A,MPI0F' lots to suit puici.asers. L-otutoes M IMPLEMENTS —Reaper and binder Ar) in first-class working order, Bamford's dnabn.ce mowing machine, Bamford's Lion HO, J? double turnip drill, 3 iron ploughs (NL'/R' L.B.), horse hoe, 2 sets of harrows M -S harrows, iron roller, rubblor, Bentall'A M # cutter nearly new, Bam lord s grinding pulper and sl.cer combined, windmill NLLI'V11' driving chaff'cutter, mill, &c., belts, SHIFF I gearing, 2 carts, Welsh cart, cart. pl0UO.U ANCJ leading harne s complete for 4 horses *2 ~an sheep troughs, 5 pig troughs, cattle' TRN,11'1!11 water barrels, wheelbarrow, seed boxE« VS hooks, pikes, rakes, bodkins, cart ropes"'COYT7LES' grindstone, market trap, a quantity "OF U ?S' timber, and a large number of other U .U^ implements too numerous to particularise USE^U^ The Auctioneer desires to call the att purchasers to the above important cleai-F11.'1011 I'he cattle and slieep being THOROUGHLY1^ SA^6' and in good qandition the horses are a > and good workers the hay AND corn B&E 1 exceedingly well harvested, aud CONSEON^+I -U prime condition the implements SIRE F1' 3N most part new and by first-class makers tl °F the Auctioneer can with confidence RPR.^6 0R<; the foregoing to intending purchasers, AND1^8" in consequence of the large number of 1 have a large and punctual attendance. ° S.x months' credit upon approved securit sums of £ 5 and upwards, or discount for cash AT the rate of 5 per cent, per annum. Order of Sale :— 1st day Sheep, cattle HORSE* pigs and poultry. 2nd day Implements corn' hay and potatoes. Luncheon at half-past ten o'clock a.m.: sale to commence immediately afterwards. Auctioneers' Offices, Plymouth-street sea, Sept. 17th, 1897. ^'0947 THE WORLD'S HAIR GROWER, c. McCASKIE'S ASTRINGENT, the best Hair Producer of the age. Never fails to make the lmir grow; an infallible remedy for weak and thin bair the one and only cure tor premature baldness; pungent and pleasant to use; floti-greasy. No one liaving weak tiair should be without it. is. ed. per Bottle worth a guinea. Try it. Per post 3d. extra. Prepared by C. McCASKIE Hairdresser, &c., TEMPLE.STBEET, SWANSEA. Proprietor of the Celebrated Electric Hair Dye, [924 1 SALES BY AUCTION. By Mr. Frank Lloyd. NEXT WEEK 1,400 HORSES. | MR. FRANK LLOYD'S Great North Wales PRIZE HORSE SALES at WREXHAM. between Shrewsbury & Chester (12 miles G.W.R.). TUESDAY NEXT, Oct. 5th, 250 high-class Hunters and Harness Horses, including 20 Match Pairs. WEDNESDAY, 6th, 350 small Horses, Trotting and Show Cobs and Ponies, including 60 winners at the leading shows of England and Wales. THUKSDAY, 7th, 320 Welsh Waggon Geldings, Lurry & Van Horses an exceptionally grand lot. FRID.Y, 8th, 350-Young Horses and Foals, including 130 two and three-year-old Shires. 100 Shire Foals, 120 Hackney and Hunter Foals and Young Hordes. THURSDAY, Oct. 14th, the North Wales Coaching Teitns of 150 Horses. Parade and Judging, 10.15. Sales, 12.0. Horses guaranteed two davs" trial. Catalogues 3d. FRANK LLOYD, Wrexham. "10958 VERY IMPORTANT TO GHEEP JJURMEKS. Prevention better than Cure. One TlÍal only i., Requested. THOMASES CELEBRATED j LAMB I DRENCHES. The Farmer's greatest Friend. Has saved tens of thousands of Lambs. Is used all over the country. No farmer should be without it. After its use the flock is safe from the ravages of Red ater. and other diseases so fatal to limbs. In Tins sufficient for 20 Sheep. Price 6d. Prepared only by W. THOMAS, Manufacturing Chemist, MEDICAL HALL, BUILTH WELLS. Breconshire. )0800 10 DAYS- SALE OF APT FLOWER POTS. POTS AND PEDESTALS, 30 PER CEXT. UNDER REGULAR PRICES. BU NNE Y'S. THE BOX MARCHE. 1. CASTLE-SQ.. SWANSEA. Offer this Splendid Collection of ART WARE, which includes Pots of all sizes and many choice Colours, at prices ranging from 4d. to 30s. 2 SPECIAL LARGE DECORATED POTS and PEDESTALS. Sale Price, lis. 9d. per pair usual price, 1805. 6d. OJUEXTAL HCGS. special value. sizes 7 feet to 16 feet long. Rich designs and colourings. Boudoir d" 16s" 22s" 6d" each' Us8ful for Dining-rooms. Sitting-roDms^r INSPECTION SOLICITED. -7 I ? EDUCATIONAL NOTICES. LARGEST SELECTION OF ANY NEWSPAPER IN WALES. I MISS LANGDOX'S I CLASSES WILL 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. DANCING, CALISTHENICS, SPANISH AND PHYSICAL EXERCISES, GEDNEY HOUSE, ST. HELEN'S-ROAD. MISS CRAVEN'S CLASSES are held at her Residence on MONDAY and WEDNES- DAY at 5 o'clock, and on WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY at 2,30, commencing WEDNESDAY, OPTO bee 6th. G«'yn Hall, Neath, Thursday, October 7th. Adult Tuition Class held at Gedney House on Monday Evenings, commencing October lltb, at 7.30. Classes also held at LlaneHy, Llandilo, Llandovery College, Carmar- then Aberavon, and the Mumbles. PRIVATE LESSONS by arrangement. "18 MpS. MORICE will Resume her Cla sses for ] Dancing and Deportment the first week in OCTOBER. private Lessons given and Schools attended. 16 Glanmor-crescent, Uplands. [10911 mtp ISAAC PITMAN'S "SYSTEM OP SHORTHAND." LANGDON PHONOGRAPHIC INSTITUTE, 1, LANGDON-PLACE, SWANSEA. Why is the above System of Shorthand so difficult to master, and why are there so few, compara- tively who' wlleu t,ley have completed their courses, really* understand the principles of the Syitem? It is because the rules given in the Text-books in explanation of those principles are almost nulliiied by the number of exceptions, tliree-fonrtbs of which can and are conclu- sively explained away at the above Institutb by MR. FRED WIT-'KIE, who reasons and teaches all Students under !<is '-Tuition to reason out all work strictly 011 the principle8 of sound and sign, the two principles upon which the system is based. Combined with thnr.nigii I tuition t £ siiicviy moderate term-. YIOLIN & PIANOFORTE. 31. R W. F. HULLEY Eegtin^d Lessons for the Autumn and Winter Season on MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 6th. In consequence of having to decline so many applicants for lessons last winter, Mr. Hulley has arrange with jjJR- WALTER WHITAKER (Leipzig Conservatoire) To assist him with Violin pupils. Special Classes for Orchestral Work. Terms onapplication- C>' NEWYDD VILLA, ST. IIELEN'S-EOAD, I SWANSEA. I I TTADEMY OF MUSIC. WALTER ROAD. -MM^FTS. EDWARD FRICKER, ■^frgS FLORENCE FRICKER, A.R.A.M., M AND Jtiss MINNIE FRICKER, L.R.A.M. CATufflhers Incorporated Society of Musicians), Piano, Harp, Violin, Voice 1 raining and Solo ewing. Harmony, Sight-Singing, Theory of L2444 Sale by Mr. W. Harry Rees. ■P- OP.DER OF THE MORTGAGEE. Bt TOWN OF NEATH. cALE OF A VALUABLE LEASEHOLD r»wKLLING-HOUSE, GARDEN & PREMISES. liVr W. HARRY REES is instructed to SELL BY AUCTION, at the CASTLE Neath, on WEDNESDAY. 13th OCTOBER, fiq7 at three o'clock in the afternoon, subject to ^'itions to be then read, the undermentioned irable LEASEHOLD DWELLING-HOUSE j PREMISES, situate at and being No. 46. Jon-road. Neath, now in the occupation of iv Samuel Trick, as quarterly tenant. The premises are held under au underlease for terin of 98 years from 24th June, 1856, at the a prtioncd ground rent of £ 2 per annum. >yjie house contains front sitting-room with bay jow, back sitting-room, kitchen, three bed- room3 an,i attic' with ^ardeu and rear premises, having an entrance from a good back road, and js0 a small garden plot in the front enclosed by J "arf walls and railings- The premises are drained, and water is laid on. ra ° For further particulars apply to Mr. W. Harry P e3) land agent and auctioneer, Neath, or to Messr". Alfred Curtis and Son, solicitors, Neath. n- c. LL. W ATI(INS & CO., AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, ACCOUNTANTS, AUDITORS, wnUSE AND ESTATE AGENTS AND n LICENSED VICTUALLER BROKERS. RENTS AND DEBTS COLLECTED. Sunis of £ 100, £ 150, and £ 250 Ready to Advance on Mortgage. Ao-ent for General Life Assurance Co., 0 London & Lancashire Fire Insurance Co. and Alliance Plate-Glass Insurance Co OXFORD BUILDINGS, 104, OXFORD ST., SWANSEA. r10745 THE UNIVERSAL BILL POSTING CO RENT THE LARGEST POSTING STATIONS In Swansea and surrounding District. ADDRESS :—28, LOWER UNION STREET SWANSEA. [43 i ID 0 R 0 r G H OF SWANSEA. MUNICIPAL TECHNICAL SCHOOL. WOMEN S DEPARTMENT. PRINCIPAL—MISS L. M. BENGER. EYENIKG CLASSES will be held at the High School for Girls. Llwyn-v-Bryn. Walter-road, beginning on MONDAY, OCTOBER 4th, 1897, in the following subjects :— COOKERY. DRESSMAKING, AND LAUNDRYWORK. Teachers Miss HOME (First Class Diplomee), Miss MURRAY (First Class Diplomee). Fee for course of 10 lessons, 2s. 6d. each subject. All fees are payable in advance. Further particulars and prospectuses may be obtained at the School, or on application to the undersigned, L. COLLWYN LEWIS, Secretary. Grammar School. [10873 B OROUGH OF SWANSEA. MUNICIPAL TECHNICAL SCHOOLS. SESSION 1897-8. PRINCIPAL—G. S. TURPIN, M.A., D.Se., F.C.S. E V E X I N" G CLASSES: In the following Subjects will be held at the GRAMMAR SCHOOL, MOUNT PLEASANT, COMMENCING AS UNDER :— SCIENCE CLASSES on MONDAY, 20th SEPTEMBER, 1397. LANGUAGE and COMMERCIAL CLASSES on MONDAY, 27th 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 each course of Lectures is 5s. the complete Session. The Fee for each course of Practical Work is 10s. the Session (i.e., Practical Chemistry, Practical Metallurgy, Practical Ph.sic-, and Typewriting). A Composition Fee of 10s. admits for the whole Session to Four Lecture Classes; for a Fee of 15s. Practical 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 Classes, which may be obtained gratis on application at the Swansea Public Libiary, or any of the Branches, or at the following works The MillLrook Iron and Steel Co.. Landore Tin- plate Company (Landore), the Cwmfehn Tin Works, Dntfryn Steel Works, William Williams and Co. (Morriston), Mannesmann Tube Co., Morfa and Middle Bank Works, Hafod Copper Works, and at the Mumbles Railway Station, Oystermoutb, or by pest, price one penny, on written application to the undersigned. L. COLLWYN LEWIS, Secretary. Grammar School. Swansea. 10853 ART CLASSES. THE CLASSES under the direction of MRS J PTP/VNT^RMINTEG' AT THE STUDIO,' JL-Yi,i.hK 1LLA, re-commenced TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 21st, 1897. Painting in Oil, 'Water-Colour, Pastel Drawing, Sketching from Nature, Drawing and Painting from the Life, Portraiture, Flowers, etc. Special Ciasses in Drawing for Jnnior Pupils. A Reduction in Terms will be made if more than one of a family join the CJa-ses. ,10064 p E NDE EN COLLEGE, LANGLAND BAY, (FOR THE DAUGHTERS OF GENTLEMEN). Pupils successfully prepared for London Mat- riculation, University Local Associated Board, Trinity College and other Examinations. Six Resident English, French and German fully-qualified Mistresses. Masters in attendance for Violin, Singing, Piano, Drill, &c. Splendidly situated botize overlooking sea, near bays. Perfect sanitation. Boarders receive every attention. References kindly permitted to parents of past and present pupils. XISSES DANN AND NETTELL, I PRINCIPALS. MR. RADCLIFFE, (Dip. Conservatorium of Music, Leipzig's PROFESSOR OF MUSIC, Organi-t, Swansea Parish Church Local Exam- iner, Royal College of Mu-ic Local Sec., Trinity College. London, &c.. Resumed his LESSONS on WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 15th. Pupils prepared for the Higher and Local Examinations; also for the Itoyal College Scholarships. 15, NORTHAMPTON-PLACE, SWANSEA. LONDON. "ELLESMERE," 28, SYDENHAM ROAD SYDENHAM. THE MISSES MANSEL-SMITH, having Opened a School at tbe above address, are prepared to receive BOARDERS for the Term commencing SEPTEMBER 16th. 1397. The house is large, and pleasantly situated in one of the best suburbs of London. The domestic arrangements liberal, combined with the comforts of home life. Prospectus on application. [10651 KEY FORD COLLEGE, FROME. Principal- G. GRAHAM SUTHERLAND, F.E.I.S., Late Principal of St. Andrew's College, Swansea. Frome is one of the most pleasantly situated and picturesque Towns in the West of England. The College stands in its own extensive grounds Large Cricket and Football Field—Bathing and S wimming—Gymnasium—S cholar ship s. Preparation for University and other Examina. tions. Keyford College, Frome, [9500. MH. AHTHrR HEY, Mus. Bac., DUNELM.. F.R.C.O., L.R.A.M. I (Organist and Choir-master St. James' Church). I LESSONS RESUMED MONDAY, OCT. 4th. 8, PAGE-STREET, SWANSEA. 813 MR. HUNWICK Receives and Visits PUPILS for VIOLIN and MANDOLINE Tuition. 11, CHRISTINA-STREET, SWANSEA. JNDEPENDENT COLLEGE, TAUN'TON. A HIGH-CLASS PUBLIC SCHOOL FOR BOYS. HEAD MASTER :—J. B. RIDGES, M.A. (Camb.) A Thorough Commercial & Classical Education. Several Scholarships. Fees from £ 11 per Term. Next Term commences September 16th. ALBERT GOODMAN. Secretary. BRYNHAULOG, L A NG LAND-ROAD, JD MUMBLES. DAY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS & PREPARATORY BOARDING SCHOOL FOR LITTLE BOYS. Conducted by the MISSES POTTS (Daughters of a Clergyman). Pupils prepared for all Public Examinations. Highest References, Terms on application. GIRLS' BOARDING & DAY SCHOOL, ST. HELEN'S LODGE, BRYN-Y-MOR ROAD, SWANSEA. PRIXCIPAL-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 from Beach and Parks. [22 MR. DONALD W. LOTT (Formerly Assistant Organist of Lichfield Organist and Choirmaster, Holy Trinity Church, Swansea. LESSONS given in PIANOFORTE and ORGAN PLAYING (Solo and Accompaniment), VOICE PRODUCTION AND SINGING, HARMONY, &c. Address: 43,WALTER-ROAD, Swansea. CLIFTON, BRISTOL. MARLBOROUGH HOUSE GIRLS' SCHOOL (formerly KINGSDOWN HIGH SCHOOL for GIRLS), Removed to No. 23. WHITE LADIES -ROAD. Established 1868. For Boarders and Day Pupils. J Principal:—MRS. E. E. HOBBS. Principal:—MRS. E. E. HOBBS. Inclusive Fees for Board, English, French. Music Harmony. Drawing, Bookkeeping and Shorthand, 30 GUINEAS PER ANNUM. Pupils prepared for all Examinations. 879 Certificates (269 Honours) obtained during the past 20 years. rjlRINITY COLLEGE, LONDON. FOR MUSICAL EDUCATION AND EXAMINATION. SWANSEA CENTRE. The next Local Exammation in MUSICAL KNOWLEDGE will be held on SATURDAY, Dec. 11th. Last day of entry Nov. 11th. The Annual Examination in INSTRUMENTAL and "VOCAL ill"SIC will be held during the week commencing May 9th, 1898. Last day of entry April 11th. For copies of syllabus and further particulars apply to the Local Secretary, H. RADCLIFFE, 15, Northampton-place, Swansea. [10939 LANGLAND BAY. GIRLS' BOARDING & DAY SCHOOL, BELLEYUE, LAXGLA>"D SEAII SWANSEA. PRINCIPALS—The MISSES PHILLIPS, Assisted by Resident Certificated English and Foreign Governesses and Visiting Masters. Preparation for Local Examinations.. The House is pleasantly situated m its own grounds on a hill, and overlooking the sea. [6412 POXTAKDAWE. TANYRALLT SCHOOL. Boarders taken from seven years of age. Every care and attention given to pupils by personal supervision. Preparation for all examinations. During the past 10 ye irs 200 pupils have passed the various public examinations. Prospectus, with terms, references, &c.. on application to MR. ASTLEY SAMUEL. ] ST. C ATH E RI N E S COLLEGE, LANGLAND BAY, > EAR SWAXSEA. FOR SONS OF GENTLEMEN AND PROFESSIONAL MEN. Day Boys, Four and Five Guineas per term. Boarders, Fifteen to Twenty-five Guineas. JUNIOR DEPARTMENT. There is a Preparatory Department for little Boys, six to nine years old, under a Certificated Governess. Mornings only. Fee, Two Guineas A Term. REV. F, E. SCOTT, M.A.. Oxford 948?J head.Sr. 22, NEW OXFORD-STRFFT <3™ MESSES. J. & |•• HAREIS, UT IW H„"»™ CANDIDATES scccf^V-ttV f ATT TDfif SSiILlT Prepared for f." MARIN E BOARD Examina- MAI-T'- „ ? T'U~ VE RECENT SUCCESSES of MASTERS and MATES. Majority passed on their first tnal. Compass Deviation. Sight tests. ot the Road. PITMAN'S SHORTHAND rapidly taught to speed of 100 words a minute. Arithmetic—Sanitary Inspectors—Civil Service, Rapid success guaranteed in all subjects. W. M. RADFORD, Member of Amalgamated Musicians Union, j RECEIVES PUPILS on VIOLIN and FLUTE. 10170 2, MANSEL-STREET, SWANSEA. PONTARDULAIS— The "CAMBRIAN" may P be obtained at W. H. SMITH &SON S Bookstall, Railway Station, GOVERNMENT SCHOOL OF SCIENCE G AXD AIlT, Tn „ ALEXANDRA.ROAD. SWANSEA. onnection with tlie Science and Art Department South Kensington. Chairman THE MAYOB OF SWANSEA. The Classes of the above School Re-opened on TUESDAY, SEPT. 21st, Read Master F. F. HOSFOHD, Government Art and Science Master; Certificated in Art Groups 1. and II • Certificated in Science Subjects I., 11., III.; Medallist in Subject 3, Outline Drawing from the Ron ;d" Medallist in Subject Sb2, Shading the Human Figure from the "Ronnd"; Medallist in Subject 9a, Anatomical Drawing Human Figure; Medallist in Subject 10. Draw- ing Flowers, Foliage, Landscapes, Details from Mature highest Certifieates and Medals given. ASSISTANTS Miss S. HEXXINGS, Art Master's Certificate, Group 1. Also 3rd Grade Certificates in Principles of Orna- ment, Painting Still Life, Drawing from Antique, Drawing Antique from Memory, Anatomy, Design, Modelling Design, Modelling from Antique, Painting in Monochrome. Jtc. MR. M. WILLIAMS, Honours in Building Con- struction and Art Class Teacher's Certificate. MH. JAMES A. DA VIES, Certilieited by the Depart- ment of tbe bcience and Art Practical Drallghtsman. -%III. W. J. RICHARDS, MR, G. HAUGHTON, Sculptor. SUBJECTS TAUGHT: Freehand Drawing. Painting in Oil, Tempera, atid Water Colours, Objects of Still Life, &c. The Figure from the Antique and the Life. Anatomy, as applicable to Art. Designing for Decorative Purposes. Modelling Or- naments, Figures, and Wood Carving. DAYS AND HOURS OF SITDY-DAY CLASSES. TUESDAYS AND FKIDAYS, Morning Class from 11 to 1. T'JESI'AYS AND FRIDAYS, Afternoon „ 2.30 to 4.30. SATlïWAY, 1. 2 to 4 FEES: All Fees are payable in Advance. MOKNIKG CLASSES. Tuesdays and Fridays, Entrance Fee, 5s. and 20s. per tirm of ten weeks. AFTKENOOK CLASSES, same Days and feef. SATURDAY AFTERNOON CLASS, for Teachers and Pupil Teachers of Elementary Schools, 5s. to all others 10s. per Session. A SPECIAL CLASS for Wood Carving and Modelling will be beld on Tuesdays and Fridays, from 11 to 1 and 2.30 to 4.30. Terms £ 2 2s. per term of ten week* on January to May Examina°tionsnStmaS' tr°"' m EVENING CLASSES: TUESDAYS, Y\EDSESDAYS & FKIKAYS, from 7 to 9.30. FEES 10s. for the whole Session from September to the Examinations in May, or 5s. from September to Christmas and 7s. 6(1. from nhvitfmat to "u £ », per month. ADVANTAGE?; Students attending the above Ciasses get three nights per week oi two hours each, have separate Teachers for each Subject, and are under the general supervision of the Head Master. They can take any of the Art Subjects, as well as Science Subjects, 1. II. III., without further fees. One Silver Medal, One Bronze Medal and Five Awards were obtained by Students of this School in the National Competition at 5outh Kensington this year, SCIENCE CLASSES: I. Practical Plane and Solid Geometry II. Machine Construction and Drawing III. Building Construction and Architectural Drawing, Tuesdays, W eduesda) sand Fridays, from 7.0 to <J. W p.m.-F. F. HOSKOKI* and W. J..RICHARDS JAMES A. DAVIES, Practical Draughts- maS, Certificated by the Department of Science and Art; WAr. WILLIAMS, Honours in Uuildiug Construction and Art Class Teacher's Certificate. XIV. Physiology, Fridays, 7.0 to 8.15 p.m. XXV Hygiene, Fridays, 6.1o to 9.30 p.m.-JoHN WILLIAMS iectTn xiv lnd'xxv. addUio"al s^- 108841 By Order. JAMES W. ROGERS. Hon. Sec. PUBLICATIONS. Now READY. ORDER AT ONCE. 172 p.p. Cr. 8,0. Cloth gilt. Price, 5s. ttOME PI EHRE CLAIRE" POEMS, Edited, with Critical and Biographical Memoirs of the Author (late MR. S. C. GAMWELL). by James Erown. A Swansea gentleman, who has seen a rough copy of the book, writes:—"It is a delightful volume, intensely interesting to Swansea people, contains many poetic gems, and shoul1 command a large and ready sale." Orders may be left at The Cambrian Office, Wind-street, or any local booksellers. [10856 Just Published. lOXGEIDSE'S GLOSSAHY OF MINING TERMS, With Illustrations and Geological Survey Map Signs. PRICE, 2s. 6d. POSTAGE, 2d. It is a book which will naturally be much appreciated among holders of mining shares, ag it will render the technicalities of a report in- telligible to the uninitiated."—Finaiu-inl TImes. Perhaps the distinctive feature pertaining to this Glossary is the illustrations whi»h are°ap- pended, showing various forms of reins, deposit^ faults, ii:c.—Invention. This Glossary puts such competitors as it may have quite out of date."— Mining World. Of great use to all who are actively associated with practical mining. '—SoufJ, 4 fric„ "Compiled with considerable care.Minino Journal. fining Very handy and useful. African Critic 18 JOURNAL, „ ^E' AND 3, DORSET BUILD- IXGS, BALISBURY-SQUARE, E.C. ^ARLINGTON'S HAXDBOOKS. ■O- "vis- "Sir Henry Ponsonby is cm, the Queen to thank Mr Dirli,, v copy of bis handbook. 8ton for a Xotliin^ better cni'iM v Br,t,sh Week! 0uld be wished for. •• Far superior to ordinary guides -n Edited ty RALPH Is. each. lild. M' THRSJ.OT'V"? J°" BIKIHOLOMM-R.a.G.S THE VALE orLL WRN'NRV -HE CHANSI.;L 1-LANHS. THE WYE VALI KY • I,I1E NOKTH WALES COAST. BIUGHTON EAVII. J THE SKVKKN VALLEY. BO'I-PVP-.I HASTINGS & ST. LKONAEDS. BRISTOL RI'R I ?.LTH A>'1) T"K NEW FOKEST. AI;EV „AJ"' & WESTON-SUPER-MARE. MALYVPV BARMOUTH, & JJOLGELLY. TIHKREFORD, WORCESTER, & GLOUCESTER, -LI-AMHUNDOD WELLS, K THE SPAS OF MII>-WALES. 3s. 6d. net. 60 Illustrations. 24 Maps. LONDON & ENVIRONS. T, BY E. c. COOK & E. T. COOK. M A. ijlangollen Darlington & Co. London imipkin & Co PHOTOGRAPHS.—Beaut if ILL of Scenery, Ruins, AC., in Italy, Greece, Turkey, Palestine, and Kg.vpt; also North Wales, Od. AND^COMP|ETE List Post Free. DAKTLKGWA A' CO., LLAb GOLLED,. Excels all other Foods for Infants and Invalids iDR. RIDGE'S PA CHOKED FOOD. STRENGTHENING, SATISFYING NOURISHING, DIGESTIBLE. LARGEST SALE IS THE WORLD. PLEASE ASK FORYOUR GROCFIB MR SUNRISE PACKET TEA. Once you try it, you will always buy it. SOLD AT la. 8d., U., 10d. AND 2. PER L3.