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T" HILLIER'S FAMOUS SAUSAGES (PORK, TOMATO AND BEEF). SPIERS CELEBRATED BATH SAUSAGES & PORK PIES. THE SEASON FOR THESE GOODS HAS COMMENCED. ISAAC GALE, 18. HIGH-STREET, SWANSEA TELEPHONE 142. BATHS, WHITE GLAZED SINKS, JXO.J.XXO, ft xxx L0V7EST pkices. Also the NEW C.X. WELLSBACH MANTLES of Increased Strength. J. H. NOTT, ST. HELEN'S ROAD, & QUAY PARADE, SWANSEA. C. ROWLAND, CONTRACTOR TO THE SWANSEA HARBOUR TRUSTEES, AND HAULAGE CONTRACTOR TO THlt MIDLAND AND OTHER RAILWAY COMPANIES, w«LCKSffdwS?1" 17, SOMERSET-PLACE. mt CARRIAGE WORKS, FISHER-STREET, SWANSEA. JOHN JONES & CO.. CARRIAGE BUILDERS. N^wleRS^dS6RuW^?r^«3?^d^l theSp^alities^connected withCama/e Building supplied. A. BOWLES, VICTORIA CARRIAGE WORKS, GORDON-TERRACE (near Royal Arsenal), SWANSEA. VEHICLES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION MADE TO ORDER. REPAIRS CAREFULLY AND PROMPTLY EXECUTED. THE VERY BEST PHOTOGRAPHS TAKEN IN THE PRINCIPALITY BY HENRY A. CHAPMAN. ARTIST AND PHOTOGRAPHER, Winner of several Medals and First Prizes for Photographs and Oil Paintings. The Best Studio in the Principality for Best Work at Moderate Prices. Aij. the Lates Improvements and Additions. PRICES :-3 for 2s.; 6 for 3s. 12 for 58. 6d. [20 235. HIGH-STREET, Swansea. TELEPHONE BENNETT BROS.. T™R BUILDERS and CONTRACTORS, and GENERAL BUILDERS' MERCHANTS, HEATHFIELD YARD. CARLTON-TERRACE, SWANSEA. QATR AGENTS in Swansea and District for JOHNSTON'S LONDON PORTLAND CEMENT, s>kj^a t.akoe VARIED STOCK OF BUILDING MATERIALS ALWAYS ON HANJ>. THE SWANSEA FINANCE COMPANY LIMITED, 16, GOAT-STREET, SWANSEA, MAKE CASH ADVANCES FROM £3 TO £500 Immediately to all Classes of Householders on NOTE OF HAND, &c. REPAYMENTS TO SUIT BORROWERS. NO FEES. BILLS DISCOUNTED. STRICTEST PRIVACY ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED. fl056 NO HOUSE EQUALS DOWN & SON FOR RELIABLE FURNITURE. THEY ARE THE LARGEST MAKERS BY MACHINERY IN WALES, HAVE THE MOST EXTENSIVE STOCK TO SELECT FROM, AND GIVE THE BEST POSSIBLE VALUE. CARPETS MADE AND LAID FREE. XGTABLISHED NEARLY HALF A CENTURY. HIGH STREET & MORRIS-LANE. SWANSEA. A. J. CHAPPELL. FISHMONGER & OYSTER MERCHANT, POULTERER, DEALER IN GAME, &c., WIND-STREET, SWANSEA, & MUMBLES. COUNTRY ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. SAL ES BY AUCTION By Messrs. Higman & Co. FRIDAY, 18th NOVEMBER, 1898 SALE OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD AND LEASEHOLD DWELLING-HOUSES. MESSRS. HIGMAN & CO. are instructed to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION (subject to conditions of sale to be then and there pro- duced), at the CAMERON ARMS HOTEL, High- street, Swansea, on the above date, at 3.0 o'clock in the afternoon, all that valuable FREEHOLD PROPERTY, viz. 11, PENMAEN TERRACE (Constitution Hill). LOT I.-An that FREEHOLD MESSUAGE or DWELLING-HOUSE and PREMISES, situate and being No. 11, Penmaen-terrace, Swansea, containing: Ground Floor-Front parlour, sitting room, kitchen, offices, yard, back entrance. First Floor—3 good bedrooms. These premises have just been papered and painted and put in repair, and have a splendid view of the Bay. They are now in hand, and worth an estimated rental of X18 per annum. PERCY STREET, CWMBWRLA. RDER O* THE MORTGAGEES. those THREE LEASEHOLD PREmSFl!S -OR DWELLING-HOUSES and Percy-street' and being Nos. 3, 4 and 5 containing 4 r^°r8e*road' "ear Cwmbwrla each This lot ia h°«^ an<^ scullery, yard and offices. 99 years f'rr?hda -^Vfor the term ot ground rent of £ 3 12s CM ecember, 1892. LOT 3.—All those T V A HOLD MESSUAGES or D WET UAS and PREMISES, situate and 5 8, Percy-street, Gorse-road n! ^oa\ aI1j adjoining the last lot. ^WH»bwrla, and This lot is held under a lease for thn c nn years from the 25th December, 1892 !+ m of rent ot' £ 3 12s. Od. per annum. a ^rouu(1 The mines and minerals under Lots 2 n-n/i o with full powers of winning, working and carrlin away the same are reserved from thiB sale. This property is in a fair state of repair and should command ready tenants. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers 1, Northampton-pjace, or to E. Austin Williams' Esq., Solicitor, Castle-street, Swansea. [12262 C. LL. WATKINS & Co., AUCTIONEERS. ACCOUNTANTS, VALUERS and HOTEL BROKERS. Several Leases of Good Public-houses for Sale. Public-house to Let. For Sale Houses in Brynymor-road, Westbury- 8treet, Cromwell-street and Richardson-street. ^or -re' Life, and Plate Glass..Also Agents for the Licenses Insurance Corpora- ¡ tion and Guarantee Fund, Ltd., London, ^aer-atreet, Swansea. SALES BY AUCTION. By Messrs. David Williams & Co. LANDORE, NEAR SWANSEA. TO CAPITALISTS, INVESTORS AND OTHERS. SALE OF VALUABLE LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES. MESSRS. DAVID WILLIAMS AND CO. TrJ18^6 received instructions to SELL by AUCTION (subject to such conditions T A J^U TU and there be produced), at the J?"?' BANDORE, near Swansea, on the 14th day of NOVEMBER, 1898, the ITEr^ST:ii(An:D.l.DWELLING-HOUSES, viz. SUAGES or MESi PREMTSFS! A:+, *JLLING HOUSES and lit" K"1? ""V' rooms each, and now in ?h»Fe' C0?taim?L f°Ur Thomas Rees and Matth £ ws°r^P T low weekly rent of 4s. 3d. eanVi t y' Lot 1 is held under a lease for36' +■ f QQ ssfizsrEt&z. iaSr/.2 SUAGES tr ^WELTIIIG^^OUS^ MES«i PREMISES, situate and being NOB a La MILBBOOK-STBEET, Landore, containing 4 a,1fT 1; rooms each, and now m the occult;™ Messrs. Charles Thomas and John Jones at th low weekly rent of 4s. and^4s. 6d. each resnec tively. Lot 2 is held under a lease for a term of 99 years from the 30th day of November, 1874, at the annual ground rent of £ 2 10s LOT 3.—All that LEASEHOLD MESSUAGE or DWELLING-HOUSE and PREMISES, situate and being No. 36, LANDEG-STREET, Landore, containing 4 rooms, and now in the occupation of Mr. John Phillip Moggridge at the low weekly rental of 4s. Lot 3 is held under an underlease for a term of 99 years from the 19th day of February, 1876, at the yearly ground rent of zEl 8s. LOT 4.-All those four LEASEHOLD MES- SUAGES or DWELLING HOUSES and PREMISES, situate and beinsr Nos. 94, 95, 96 and 97, CWM LEVEL-ROAD, Landore, containing 4 rooms and scullery each, and now in the occupation of Messrs. Morgans, Harris, Owen and Roberts respectively, at the low weekly rent of 4s. each house. Lot 4 is held under a lease for a term of 83 £ years from the 25th day of March, 1888, at the annual ground rent of £ 4. Sale to commence at 7 o'clock in the evening. J) or further particulars as to Lots 1 and 4 apply to V. Lewis Martell, Esq., 6, Worcester-place, Swansea, Solicitor; or of the whole to the Auctioneers at their Offices, 7. Fisher-street, Swansea. Dated Oct. 28th, 1898. [12253 THOMAS, WATKINS & CO., Lm BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS, BRUNSWICK-STREET, SWANSEA, PAINTERS, DECORATORS AND PAPER-HANGERS, ECCLESIASTICAL DECORATION & LEAD-LIGHT A SPECIALITE. I 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 Experienced Workmen sent to any part of the country. [25 SALES BY AUCTION. By Messrs. Beynon & Meager. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17TH, 1898. PENLLERBRAIN, FARM, FFORESTFACH, SWANSEA (Two Miles from Swansea, and close to Cockett Station, G.W.Rly.) 0 IMPORTANT ANNUAL SURPLUS SALE OF VALUABLE PRIME FAT AND STORE CATTLE, IN-CALF-HEIFERS, CART HORSES, PONIES, COBS, FAT AND STORE SHEEP, PIGS, &c. MESSRS. BEYNON AND MEAGER are favoured with instructions froir Mr. PHILIP RICHARD, to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, on the above Date and Place, the following valuable QTAPK" LIVE FARMING STOCK, Viz.: HORSES—Bay cart mare ''Lester," 8 years old, 15-3 hh about 14 cwt., good worker in shafts or chainsfand a prfM winner roan cart mare •'Doll." 7 year, old. 16% 15 inh f harness; bay cart horse h.h., about 12 cwt., capital worker S2 cwt 7 venrs old 1(5-1 h.b.» about 1^2 cwt., staunch and reliable in ail work; roan h°t^nchC^^in' 8 old 1J h.b .bo«; capCitalDworker in a". harne885 dark bay cob "Phnri 1 p" 13-2 h.b., rising 4 years, very promising, broken t chain harness only; bay. horse cob" Bob." 14 h h. rising 4 years, has been in chains, but not in shafts- bay nw1* P° y_, } h*h > 6 yeara oV very promising, and likely to make a stylish harness pony; chestnut mare "Bess," 14 h.h., 8 years old, quiet in all work- CATTLE.-Two white yearling heifers, 3 grey yearling heifers, 7 red yearling heifers, 6 red and white yearling heifers, 2 white and red yearling beiefrs, two-year-old white^heifer, to calve early; two-year.old red and ^tet,helfer- to calve early; 2 red and white cows (fat), black cow (fat), 2 roan cows (fat) 3 red and white heifers (fat), red heifer (fat). black and white heifer (fat). PIGs.-30 strong sups and porkers. SHEEP.—120 yearling and two-year-old fat and store crossbred wethers and ewes, 20 fat cross- bred lambs. Six months credit will be given upon ap- proved security on sums of JE5 and upwards, or discount for cash at the rate of 5 per cent. per annum. Luncheon at 11 a.m. sharp sale immediately after. Auctioneers' Offices, Victoria Chambers, Swan- sea. [12266 By Messrs. Lowes & Son TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1898. COUNTY BOROUGH OF SWANSEA. SALE OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD AND LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES. MESSRS. LOWES & SON have been in- structed to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the CAMBRON ARMS HOTEL, Hiirb-street, Swansea (subject to such conditions as shall then and there be produced), the foliowinur PROPMP.TIE.S. I LOT 1. — All those two FREEHOLD MESSUAGES or DWELLING HOUSES, situate and being Nos. 150 and 151, PENTRE. No. 151 adjoins and is incorporated with a PUBLIC-HOUSE, called the THRBE COMPASSES, in the Parish of St. John's juxta Swansea. The Messuage No. 151, adjoining the said Public-house, is sold subject to and with the benefit of a lease thereof, for a term of 14 years and 6 months, fromtne 25th September, 1891, at the yearly rent of X13. No. 150 is let at a weekly rental of 5s. LOT 2.-All that LEASEHOLD DWELLING- HOUSE, No. 1. PHILLIP-STREET, MANSELTON, Swansea, aforesaid, containing 4 rooms, and let to a respectable tenant at 3s. 9d. per week. LOT 3.-All that LEASEHOLD DWELLING- iiuusii. No. 2, PHILLIP-STREET, MANSELTON, ^«a^8tlVv'i 4 rooms, and let to a T A ?,nant at 38• 9d. per week. LOT 4.-All that LEASEHOLD DWELLING- ™ F' .P.HIL"P-STREET, MANSELTON, aforesaid containing 4 rooms, and let to a respectable tenant at 3s. 9d. per week. LOT 5.-All that LEASEHOLD DWELLING HOUSE, No. 4, PHILLIP-STREIRT, MAlqgELTON, aforesaid, containing 4 rooms, and let to a respectable tenant at 3s. 9d. per week. LOT 6.—All that LEASEHOLD DWELLING- HOUSE, No. 5, PHILLIP-STREET, MANSELTON, aforesaid, containing 4 rooms, and let to a respectable tenant at 3s. 9d. per week. LOT 7—All that LEASEHOLD DWELLING- HOUSE, N.J. 6, PHILLIP-STREET, MANSELTON, aforesaid, containing 4 rooms, and let to a respectable tenant at 3s. 9d. per week. LOT 8.—All that LEASEHOLD DWELLING- HOUSE, No. 7, PHILLIP-STREET, MANSELTON, aforesaid, containing 4 rooms, and let to a respectable tenant at 3s. 9d. per week. LOT 9.-All that LEASEHOLD DWELLING- HOUSE, No. 8, PHILLIP-STREET, MANSELTON, aforesaid, containing 4 rooms, and let to a respectable tenant tot 3s. 9d. per week. Lots 2 to 9 inclusive are held under a lease from the Manselton Estate for a term of 99 years from 25th day of March, 1875, at a yearly ground rent of £14 8s. Od., and each lot is sold subject to the apportioned ground rent of Xi 16,3. LOT 10.-All that valuable LEASEHOLD MESSUAGE, SHOP, and PREMISES, situate and known as No. 88, HIGH-STREET. LOT 11. All that valuable PLOT of BUILDING LAND adjoining lot 9 and having a frontage to PHILLIP-STREET, MANSELTON, aforesaid, of 64 feet or thereabouts (room to erect 4 houses there- on) and a depth of 100 feet or thereabouts, and is held under the above lease from the Manselton StatS fo? a term of 99 years from March 25th, 187o, and will be sold free of ground rent. Thfi nronertv is held under a lease for a term of 99 yeaPrs from the 23rd April, 1828, at a total ground rent of £ 1 17s. per annum, and is sold subject to and with the benefit of an under-lease for a term of 14 years from the 25th December, attention to Lot 10, t MOh «to render th, 3latoo\Tm!T„Tea»Tr.eo0°lock in the aft,, n°For further particulars and c0»dit^s.of Sa^ apply to the Solicitors, Messrs. Da vies ami Ingram, Commercial Chatnbe Offices' Swansea or to the Auctioneers at their umces, Dynevor-Place, Swansea. ——— THE GENERAL EXPRESSION that the best Lamps are sold by JENKINS is being supplemented by another— that JENKINS' prices are the lowest. Both have always been true, and represent the condition of the Ironmongery Trade in Swansea at present However, a visit of inspection, and a comparison of our prices will more quickly convince you of the desirability of buying Lamps here. JENKINS & CO., IRONMONGERS, 89, OXFORD-ST., 9 & 10, PARK-ST., SWANSEA. .—— — DAVIES' BALSAM OF HONEY for Coughs Colds, Asthma, Tightness of the Chest, &c.— Prepared only by J. DAVIES, M.P.S., Dispensing Chemist, 30, High.street, Swansea. fix 16 SALES BY AUCTION. By Mr. Frank E. Tunbridge. MOUNTAIN COLLIERY, GORSEINON. MR. FRANK E. TUNBRIDGE ii instructed to SELL by AUCTION at the above- mentioned Colliery, on TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15th, 1898, the remainder of the PLANT, MACHINERY, BUILDINGS, AND EFFECTS Lying at this Colliery, and comprising lliin. double action forcer pump (8ft. stroke); Tangye special pump (12in. cylinder, 5 £ in. plunger, 15"3- stroke), governor and valve a valuable compoupa condensing pumping engine, 44-in. and 24in. cylinders, 6-ft. stroke, by Hawthorne, Davey and Co., Leeds; two 7in. sluice valves; Lancashire boiler, 28ft. 6in. by 7ft. diameter, with 2 e tubes 2ft. 8in. diameter, with 2 Galloway tnbea in each, last worked at a pressure of 55 to 651bs. per inch chaff-cutting machine; 53 C.I. rollers, 1« x 8, 7 x 7 and 5x5; deal.cupboard, also several brick, stone and timber buildings, with slatea roofs, including stable and stores, 27 x x 12-6 winding engine house, 34 x 22 x 1" j quantity of old building materials, &c. Sale to commence at 12.30 o'clock in tne afternoon precisely. Catalogues are in course of preparation, and when ready may be had of Messrs. PoNTiFE;xi HEWITT and PITT, Solicitors, 16, St. Andrew s- street, Holborn Circus, London, E.C.; D- y. a. SAUNDERS, Esq., Civil and Mining Engineer, Worcester-place, Swansea; or of the AUCTIONEE 19, Gower-street, Swansea. SWANSEA. TO TIMBER MERCHANTS, BUILDERS, FARMERS AND OTHERS. IMPORTANT UNRESERVED SALE of RED and SPRUCE DEALS and BATTENS, about 400 HOME-MADE DOORS, a QUANTITY of MATERIALS Removed from the SITE of the NEW POST OFFICE, and Other Effects. MR. FRANK E. TUNBRIDGE is fsronred with instructions from Mr. Da via Jenkins, to SELL by AUCTION, at his YARD, SOUTH DOCK, SWANSEA, on WEDNESDAY, November 16th, 1898, THE SURPLUS MATERIALS FROM THE SITE OF THE OLD MACKWORTH HOTEL, and removed to the South Dock Yard for con- venience of Sale, which roughly comp^'8?8 Painted and grained doors, glazed about 30 various crates, enamelled c iv*i J pieces, iron columns, joists, girders, P& slates, crests, together with a large assortroen new goods, including 400 seasoned koine\ doors, battens, red deals and joists, spruce a », white joists, plasterers' laths, sashes, baW» 1 and other effects too numerous to mention- The whole may be viewed on application to a person in charge the day prior to, and on me morning of, mde. Saw..tolt<» ZLt 12 o'clock noon PreC,? V ■^The yard is situate within two minutes walk of the swing bridge, crossing the entrance to the South Dock. Full detailed catalogues are in course of preparation, and may be had five days prior to the sale of the Auctioneer, at his Offices, 49, Gower-street, Swansea. _[12 BY ORDER OF THE MORTGAGEES. A DESIRABLE INVESTMENT. SALE OF VALUABLE LEASEHOLD PROPERTY. MR. FRANK E. TUNBRIDGE instructed to offer for SALE by P .9 AUCTION (subject to such conditions as snail then and there be produced), »t the L HOTEL, High-street, Swansea, on J)RIDAY, November 18th, 1898, the following VALUABLE LEASEHOLD PROPERTY, viz.: all those three Messuages or Dvvelling-houi;es and Premises, known as 17, 18 and 19, PAXTON. PLACB, SWANSEA. od kitchen No. 17, PAXTON-PLACE contains a good Utchen parlour and four bedrooms In the » e yard attached to this house there a wash-house, boiler-house, coal-bouse (with cor:ru- gated iron roof, manure pit, stables (su ,° tie about 10 cattle) with loft over, and there is also a large cart-shed. There is a side entrance (6ft. 8in. wide) leading to the cart-shed, stables and yard. These premises are now in the occupation of Mrs. Saunders, and are of the estimated gross weekly rental of 13s. No. 18, PAXTON-PLACE contains four rooms, and is now let at the weekly rental of 6s., the landlord paying rates and taxes. No. 19, PAXTON-PLACE contains four good rooms, and is now let at the weekly rental of 7s. the landlord paying rates and taxes. The whole of the above premises are held for the term of 75 years from the 25th day of March, 1859, less the last three days thereof, at the yearly ground rents as to a portion thereof of R2 16s. 3d. and as to the remainder of the said premises of £4178. 6d. The houses are situate in a thickly-populated district, where houses are rarely vacant, and are close to the gasworks, docks, aud other important works. SALE TO COMMENCE AT HALF-PAST THREE O'CLOCK IN THE AFTERNOON. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer 19, Gower-street, Swansea or to MESSRS. MOY EVANS and THOMAS. SOLI- CIl'ORS, 15, ADELAIDE-STREET, SWAN SB A -=:: TO BE SOLD BY TENDER IN THE MATTER OF TBH COMPANIES' ACTS 1862 TO 1890, AND OF THE PHCENIX AND WEST PHCENIX UNITED MINES. IN VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATION. TO be SOLD by TENDER, the WHOLE o- ^.NY PART of the undermentioned MINING MACHINERY AND MATERIALS viz. 1 Powerful 70-inch cylinder pumping engine 12 feet stroke in cylinder and 10 feet in shaft. balance bob. C 1 60-inch cylinder pumping engine, with four boilers. 1 36-inch ditto. 1 32-inch cylinder stamping engine and three boilers, five stamps axles, and frames for 64 heads. 1 24-inch double cylinder stamping engine and three boilers, capable of driving 96 heads of stamps eight stamps axles and frames. 2 28-inch cylinder winding engines, and' two boilers. 1 New 24-inch cylinder winding engine, without main beam. 1 24-inch do. and one boiler 1 22-inch do. do. 1 19-inch rotary engine do. 1 20-inch cylinder horizontal engine (without con- densing work) and one boiler. 1 15-inch ditto. 1 60-feet diameter water wheel, two-feet breast with crank and travelling and balance bobs' brass bearings. Also two boilers, about 11 and 10 tons respec- tively. The mines are situated about seven miles from Liskeard, and are connected with the port of Looe by the Liskeard and Caradon Railway. All tenders to be sent not later than FRIDAY the 18th day of November instant, addressed to the LIQUIDATORS, at the Office, Windsor View Barn-street, Liskeard, Cornwall. Any tender not necessarily accepted. The machinery, &c., may be inspected on application to the Resident Agent on the mines. Dated this 2nd day of November, 1898. [12279 XIEATH & DISTRICT BILL-POSTING J3l COMPANY.—Late T. WALL. OFFICES ASSEMBLY ROOMS, NEATH. MANAGER:—J. W. ROBINSON. Lessees and Proprietors of the Best Posting Stations in Neath and District. I pUGSLEY & SON. 24, WATERLOO STREET, FOR GLASS and PAPERHANGINGS OF ALL KINDS. Telephone No. 211. 8668 SALES BY AUCTION. By Mr. W. J. Rees. PARISH OF ST. PETER'S, CARMARTHEN. MR. W. J. REES will offer for SALE by AUCTION, at the IVY BUSH HOTEL, CARMARTHEN, on SATURDAY, 19th NOVEMBER, 1898, at three o'clock in the afternoon, all that Compact and Valuable FREEHOLD FARM, called PENTREHYDD, Containing 125 acres 2 roods 34 poles of good and productive Grass and Arable Land, lying in a ring fence, conveniently situated, adjoining the load leading from Carmarthen to Mydrim. I The Farm is situated within two miles from the market town of Carmarthen. I The Dwelling-house and Outbuildings are of the usual description, and in good repair. The Homestead is well placed for the cultiva- tion of the land. It is pleasantly situated and commands exten- aive views. The Farm is let on a yearly tenancy (Michael- mas entry) to Mr. and Mrs. Jeremy, at the Moderate rent of E170 per annum, tenant paying tithes and all other rates and taxes. All timber on the property will be included in the sale. Particulars, plan and conditions of Sale, and other information, can be obtained on application to Messrs. Rooper and Whately, 17, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, W.c.; John Francis, Esq., Auctioneer and Estate Agent, Carmarthen or to Mr. W. J. Rees, Auctioneer, Land Agent and Valuer, Swansea. [12278 By Xr. R. G. Roberts. By ORDER OF THE MORTGAGEES. SALE of VALUABLE LONG LEASEHOLD DWELLING-HOUSES, situate near PRINCE OF WALES DOCK, ST. THOMAS, SWANSEA. MR. R. G. ROBERTS (of the firm of EDWARD'ROBERTS & SON) £ been instructed to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION at the CYPRUS HOTEL, Fabian-street, St. Thomas, Swansea, on FRIDAY, November 18th, 1898, in one cr more lots (subject to conditions of sale), all those THREE DESIRABLE, WELL-BUILT DWELLING-HOUSES AND PREMISES, situate and being 7, 8 and 9, OSTERLEY-STREET, St. Thomas, Swansea, containing each 5 rooms, with garden in front railed in and garden at back, now in the respective occupations of Mr. Thomas A. Pain, Mr. Wm. A. Taylor, and Mr. Robert John, at weekly rents of 6s. each house. Held under a lease for a term of which about 994 years are anexpired, at a ground rent of E2 lis. per annnm each house. The Auctioneer begs to call the attention of investors and others to this very desirable pro- perty, it being situate in the immediate neigh- bourhood of extensive doolie and works, and from its position commanding a choice of tenants. N.B.—A large portion of the purchase money may remain on mortgage. Sale to commence at seven o'clock in the evening. For further particulars apply to Messrs. HATCHETT, JONES & Co., Solicitors, 47, Mark- lane, London, E.C.; or to the AUCTIONEER, 40, 0rfOTd-street^wan8ea^pj2291 SHIPPING. ALLAN LINE ROYAL MAIL A STEAMERS. To CANADA AND THE UNITED STATES. SAILINGS FROM LIVERPOOL. 80!. Parisian, for Halifax, and St. John, N.Nov. 19th CANADA.—Handbook». maps, rates, and full Particulars free on application to ALLAN BROTHERS & Co., 19, james-8trwt. Liyerpool; or to T. W. K. MABOH St Co., 2, Monnt-Jtreet, W. M. VAUGHAN, Salubriou#- Vmd^eet, Swansea. SUMMER TOURS. IRELAND AND SCOTLAND. SWANSEA TO 1>ELFAST AND GLASGOW. First-claw ?aMen^r BTEAMER8 are intended to Sail from SHED No. 1. DOCK. BA81N, SWANSEA, To Belfast every Wednesday p.m. tide. To Glasgow every Wednesday & Friday p.m. tide. FARES Belfast Cabm> £ 7/6 Steerage, 10/- Re?u1fn&t«'?,are-a"d-a-bal"f' mailable for Six Jdonfhs. Special SUMMER RETURN FARES Belfast- 20, available for 1 month. Glasgovr 25" 14 days, m-.f Route to Port rush. Giants' Causeway, the Bi^hl.^fsand Islands of Scotland to the Isle of Man St Belfait Gnide B°°k "nd aU iBform*tion from M. JONES A BRO., Agents, Swansea. PATRONISED M BY ROYALTY. rjiOM B ARRON, ROYAL FLORIST AND BOUQUETIST, ROYAL. OXFORD-STREET. WpttaTHS, CROSSES, &C„ Unequalled in WRkAl*1 Arrangement. Composed °Ut fr°m DARLINGTON'S HANDBOOKS. II Sir Henry Ponsonhy is commanded by & the Queen to thank Mr. Darlington for a copy of his handbook." 23s§;OfsA Nothing better could be wished for. British to ordinary guides."—Daily Chronicle. *Tbv RALPH DARLINGTON, F.R.G.S. ■k i Tiid Maps by JOHN BARTHOLOMEW, F.R.g S ». each, a wight. THE CHANNEL ISLANDS. „ OF LLANGOLLEN. BRECON AND ITS EEACONS VALLKY. THE SEVERN VALLEY. THE WYJS :LAgTB0URNE, HASTINGS & ST. LEONARDS. BRIGHTON ^sKM0UTH AND THE NEW FOREST, t. PATH. CHEPSTOW, & WESTON-SUPER-MARE. •BRISTOL, TOWTN, MACHYNLLETH, & DOLGELLY. ABERYSTW ttehkford, WORCESTER, & GLOUCESTER! MALVERN, wells, & THB SPAS OF MID-WALES. Llandri^ HakleCH, CBICCIETH. & PWLLHELI. Llasv^d!I'0' khyl' BAwq0R» & BETTWSYCOKD. «• A brilliant book "—The Times. Particularly good" 9^CTJM^pnlarged, 5s. 60 Illustrations. 24 Maps TONDON AND ENVIRONS, I j u r e. c. COOK & E. T. COOK, M.A. Llangollen • Darlington & Co. London Simpkiu & Co. 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BIRD, Norton House, Midsomer Norton, Bath. REV. SECRETAN JONES, M.A., Vicar of Oyster- mouth, South Wales. REV. GEO. FLEMING LAMB, M.A., Rector of Broseley, Salop. REV. WM. ROSE, Vicar of St. Stephen's, Newport Brough, Yorks. REV. E. ROSE, Vicar of Haslington, Crewe. ROBERT JONES, Esq., M.D., Liverprcl. CHAS. W. PEARCE, Esq., Mus. Dcc. Cantab, London- REV. J. T. GARDNER, M.A., Rector of Radstock, Bath. C. D. PROTHERO, Esq., M.D., Enderley,Langland Bay. MONS. KNECHT, French Consul, Swansea. JOHN NEWTON, Esq., L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S., &c., Langland Bay. REV. JOHN JUDGE, Lindon Lodge, Lancaster. Pupils are prepared for London Matriculation, University Locals, Associated Board (Royal Academy and Royal College Music), Trinity College, College of Violinists Diploma (Teachers" and other Examinations. Limited number of Resident Pupils received. Tennis, Cycling, Swimming, and other out-door amusements. PRINCIPALS -]YTISS DANN and the MISSES ±fJ- NETTELL (Daughters of the late J. T. N ettell, Esq., General Works Manager of Messrs. Vivian & Sons). Prospectus and photographs on application. LANGLAND BAI. IRLS' BOARDING & DAY SCHOOL VT BELLEVUE, LANGLAND NEAB 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 in its own grounds on a hill, and overlooking the sea. [6412 GIRLS' BOARDING & DAY SCHOOL, ST. HELEN'S LODGE, BRYN-Y-MOR ROAD, SWANSEA. PRINCIPAL-MISS GARLICK, A.C.P., Assisted by Certificated Resident French and English Governesses and Visiting Professors. Pupils Prepared for all Public Examinations. The House is well situated, five minutes walk from Beach and Parks. 22 ACADEMY OF MUSIC, 100, WALTER-ROAD. JYJ-RS. EDWARD FRICKER, MISS FLORENCE FRICKER, A.R.A.M., AND MISS MINNIE FRICKER, L.R.A.M. Piano, Harp, Violin, Voice Training and Solo Singing, Harmony, Sight-Singing, Theory of Music, &o. 2444 MR. TOMLINSON IS prepared to supply ORCHESTRAS for CONCERTS and ENTERTAINMENTS in general. Terms on Application— 25, ST. HELEN'S ROAD, 10861 SWANSEA. J^ £ R. C. JOHNSON, F.R.C.O., (Oreanist and Choirmaster, St. Gabriel's) ORGAN, PIANOFORTE, SINGING, HARMON., kc Solo Organist and Pianist for Recitals and Concerts, 10, BRYN-Y-MOR ROAD. Pupils prepared for all the recognised Examinations. MR. DONALD W LO TT (Formerly Assistant Organist of Lichfield Cathedral), GIVES LESSONS IN PIANOFORTE AND ORGAN PLAYING (both Solo and Accompaniment), VOICE PRODUCTION AND SINGING, HARMONY, COMPOSITION, &c. (Personally or by Correspondence). MR. LOTT is prepared to give his MUSICAL LECTURES and to accept Engagements as Conductor to Choral Societies and Choirs. Address: 43, WALTER-ROAD, Swansea. MR. ARTHUR HEY, Mus. BAC., F.R.C.O., L.R.A.M. (Organist and Choir-master St. James' Church), Prepares pupils for the R.A.M., R.C.O.. T.C.L., and other Diplomas, and the Certificates of the Assoc. Board of the R.A.M. and R.C.M. RECENT SUCCESSES :-A.R.C.O., A.T.C.L., and Eight Assoc. Board Certificates (1898). 8, PAGE-STREET, SWANSEA. HOME SCHOOL FOR GIRLS.—Highly recommended. Liberal education. Healthy country situation. Gymnasium. swimming, tennis. —Apply, PRINCIPALS, Oxford Lodge, Banbury, Oxon. MR. ERNEST RUDDELL, Organist and Choirmaster of Holy Trinity Church, Swansea, VISITS PUPILS FOR ORGAN, PIANO, SINGING, AND THEORY OF MUSIC. ADDRESS: 63, CROMWELL-ST., SWANSEA. PONTARDAWE. TANYRALLT SCHOOL. Preparation for all examinations. Special attention to backward boys. Healthy situation. Home comforts. Good diet. Moderate terms. Excellent references.—Apply to MR ASTLEY SAMUEL. HORTHAND AND NAVIGATION SCHOOL. 22, NEW OXFORD-STREET, SWANSEA. MESSRS. J. & B. HARRIS, 1st Class Honours Science Teachers. CANDIDATES SUCCESSFULLY Prepared for ALL LOCAL MARINE BOARD and CIVIL SERVICE Examinations. Ninety recent successes of Masters and Mates. Majority passed 011 their real first tr;»i PITMAN'S SHORTHAND taught to spee.i of loo words a minute within 3 montns' tuition. LESSOXS oil™ in Arithmetic, Book-keeping Sanitary Insnertors Mensuration, &c. Dav and Evening Classes. J^EYFORD COLLEGE, FROME. -E%L- 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 Swimming—Gymnasium—Scholarships. Preparation for University and other Examina- tions. Keyford College, Frome. [9500 EDUCATIONAL. DANCING, CALISTHENICS, SPANISH AND PHYSICAL EXERCISES, GEDNEY HOUSE, ST. HELEN'S-ROAD. MISS CRAVEN will resume her JUVENILE CLASSES at home on SATURDAY, Oct. 8th; MONDAY, Oct. 10th; and WEDNESDAY, Oct. 12th. NEATH. Oct. 13th. LLANELLY, Oct. 15th. ADULT TUITION CLASS, MONDAY EVENING, Oct. 17th, at 7.30. CLASSES also held at Carmarthen, the Mumbles, and Llandovery College. PRIVATE LESSONS. [18 DR. WILLIAMS' ENDOWED HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, DOLGELLEY, NORTH WALES, Combines a healthy home life with efficient instruction in all the subjects included in the curriculum of the best High Schools and Colleges. Upwards of 120 certificates are gained annually in Public Examinations. Fees Boarding, including tuition, £1068. Sd. per term. Next term begins JAN. 18th.-For illustrated prospectus and further pa, ticulars apply to the Head Mistress or Clerk to Governors. p2249 A SCHOOL OF HOUSE WIFERY requires a Practical Domesticated PERSON (age about 30) to TEACH the Duties cf House and Parlourmaids, to be with the girls out of school hours, to attend to ailments, bath3, &c. Salary, £ 25.—Address, COUNTY," Cambrian Office,' Swansea. BRYNHAULOG, LANGLAND-ROAD, 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. MR. MAURICE GOUDMAN, SOLO VIOLONCELLIST, (Late Member of Sir Chas. Halle's famous Orchestra), GIVES LESSONS ON THE 'CELLO. Open for Recitals, Concerts, At Homes, &c. For terms and particulars, apply- 16, HANOVER STREET, 121221 SWANSEA. :'{.)- ST. CATHERINE'S COLLEGE, LANGLAND BAY, NEAR SWANSEA. 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, 9487] HEAD-MASTER. LANGLAND COLLEGE, (2 & 4, HARTFIBLD SQUARE), EASTBOURNE. PATRONS Right Honourable Lord Aberdare. Right Rev. Lord Bishop of Peterborough. t'ir Douglas Galton, K.C.B., F.R.S. S*- John Liewelvn, Bart., M.P., F.B.S. Sir John Jones Jenkins, M.P. Charles S. Rauudell, Esq. And Others. PRINCIPAL— MISS M. E. VINTER. Seven years Head Mistress of the Swansea High School, Giils' Public Day School Company. Four years Chief Mathematical and Science Mistress, Kensington High School. Senior Optime, Mathematical Tripos, Cambridge. Intermediate Science. Lon- don University, First Division. Certifi- cated Student, in Honours and Scholar of GIrton College, Cambridge. Associate and Arnott Scholar of Bedford College, London. Well-fitted Gymnasium. French, German and English Resident Governess. Visit- ing Masters. [11229 GOVERNMENT SCHOOL OF SCIENCE G AND ART, ALEXANDRA-ROAD, SWANSEA, In connection with the Science and Art Department South Kensington. Chairman THE IAYOR OF SWANSEA. The Classes of the above School were Re-opened on TUESDAY, SEPT. 20th, 1898. Head Master F. F. HOSFORD, Government Art and Science Master; Certiticated in Art Groups 1. and II.: Certificated in Science Subjects I., II., III.; Medallist in Suhject 3, Outline Drawing from the Round Medallist in Subject 8b2, Shading the Human iigure from the Round"; Medallist in Subject 9a, Anatomical Drawing Hnman Figure; Medallist iu Subject 10, Draw- ing Flowers, Foliage, Landscapes, Details from. a ure; highest Certificates and Medals given. ASSISTANTS: Miss S. HENNINGS, Art Master s Certificate, Group I. Also 3rd Grade Certificates in Principles of Orna- roent, Paiutiug Still Life* Drawing from Antique, Drawing Antique from Memory, Anatomy, Design, Modelling Design, Modelling from Antique, Painting in Monochrome. Ac. „ MB. WM. WILLIAMS, Architect, Honours in Building Construction and Art Class Teacher's Certificate. MR. JAMES A. DAVIES. Certificated by the Depart- ment of the Science and Art, Practical Draughtsman MR W. J. RICHARDS. MB. G. HAUGHTON, Medallist, Sculptor. SUBJECTS TAUGHT; Freehand Drawing. | Anatomy, as annlicahl« tn Painting in Oil, Tempera, Art. *PP"cable to ^RHnanfeCOi°oUrS'0t>ieCt8 Dp!,?in8 for Decorative The Figure from the Antique nametus!' Flgures^Md and the Life. Wood Carving? DAYS AND HOURS OF STUDY-DAY CLASSES. TUESDAYS AND FBIDAYS, Morning Claltfromll to 1. TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS, Afternoon a 30 to 4.30. SATURDAY, 2 to 4. FEES-* All Fees are payable in Advance. MORNING CLASSES, Yndays' Entrance Fee, 5s.; and 20s. per jsrm of ten weeks. AFTEBNOON CLASSES, same Days and Fees SATURDAY AFTERNOON CLASS, for Teachers and Pupil Teachers of Elementarv Schools, from 2 to 4 p.m., 5s per Session to all others! 10s.. „ ■f, CLAS8 for Wood Carving and Modelling will be held on Tuesdays and Fridays, from 11 to 1, aud 2.30 to 4.30. Terms— £ 2 2s per term ot ten weeks. A SPECIAL CLASS for Wood Carving only will be held on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday Evenings from 7.15 to 9.15. Terms, 10s. to Christmas, and 10s. from January to May |xam^.tions. TUESDAYS, WEDNKSDATS^KIDAYS, from 7 to 9.30. f°r the i:hta/e or0%>TomPabem40r Christmas^and 5s. from Christmas to Examinations iu May, or 2s. per "XTAGES: Students attending the above Classes get three nights ™>r week of two hours each, have separate Teachers for par-h Subject, and are under the general supervision of thft Head Master. They can take any of the Art Subjects, as well as Science Subjects, 1. II. III., without silver Medal,Two Bronze Medals, and several Queen's Prizes have been obtained by Students of this School in the National Competition at South Kensington and several of the Students have obtained their Art Master's Certificate as well as A.C.T.'s Certificate; also direct admission to the Royal Academy, Slade. Herkomer and other Schools. SCIENCE CLASSES: 1. Practical Plane and Solid Geometry II. Machine Construction and Drawing III. Building Construction and Architectural Drawing, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays, from 7.0 to 9.15 p.m.—F. F. HOSFORD and W J. RICHARDS; JAMES A. DAVIES, Practical Draughts- man, Certificated by the Department of Science and Art; WM. WILLIAMS, Architect, Honours in Building Construction and Art Class Teacher's Certificate. Prospectus and further information may be had on application at the Free Library, Branches, Secretary, or at the School. 121011 By Order. JAMEB W. ROGERS, Hon. Sec. BBANSBY S QUALITY THE BEST ONLY. SPECIALLY SELECTED m TEAS FOB THE CONNOISSEUR,. X .Hi J\ O • MILD, PURE, DIGESTIVE. —————— BECHSTEIN PIANOS. J. BRADER & SONS are the SOLE AGENTS for these Magnificent Instruments, and offer them at most liberal terms. ONLY ADDRESS 9, WIND-STREET, SWANSEA. HOTELS. LANGLAND BAY HOTEL, NEAR SWANSEA, SOUTH WALES. I The sheltered position of Langland Bay, with a I southern aspect and balmy air, which entitles it I to be called the" Mentone of Wales," renders it a most desirable summer residence, highly recom- ■ monded by the medical profession. The Hotel stands in its own extensive grounds situated in the centre of the bay. It commands most beautiful views, and is replete with modern comfort. Hot and cold salt and fresh water baths on every floor. Charming gardens. Several lawn tennis courts and bowls. Inclusive terms can be made by application to the Manager, E. G. FALKNER, Manager (Late Manager Hotel Metropole, Las Palmas, Grand Canary). Telephone IV o. 502. cASTLE HOTEI,, SWANSEA. LUNCHEONS DAILY 12 to 3. TEAS, SUPPERS, &c., IN COFFEE ROOM OR PRIVATE ROOM. Grand Billiard Saloon. Largest and best ven- tilated in Swansea. Two New Tables by Bur- roughes and Watts. 11920] JAMES McBRYDE, PBOPRHTOR. CAMEEON ARMS HOTEL c SWANSEA. COMMERCIAL, COFFEE, AND SMOKE ROOMS, BANQUETING HALL, BILLIARDS. 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