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TELEPHONE 17. 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, DAA11 &c„ AT LOWEST PRICES. 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 THE MIDLAND AND OTHER RAILWAY COMPANIES, 17, SOMERSET-PLACE. [1397 CARRIAGE WORKS, FISHER-STREET, SWANSEA. JOHN JONES & CO.. CARRIAGE BUILDERS. Orders for New Work, General Repairs Painting, Trimming, &c promptly attended to. Patent NdsSeaa India Rubber tyres, and all the Specialities connected with Carriage Building supplied. A. BOWLES, VICTORIA CARRIAGE WORKS, GORDON-TERRACE (near Royal Arsenal), SWANSEA. VEHICLES OP EVERT DESCRIPTION MADE TO OgDEE 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 All the Lates The ementg Additions. PRICES =-3 for 2s.; 6 for 3s. 12 for 5s. 6d. [20 235, HIGH-STREET, Swansea. TELEPHONE BENNETT BROS.. BUILDERS and CONTRACTORS, and GENERAL BUILDERS' MERCHANTS, HEATHFIELD YARD, CARLTON-TERRACE, SWANSEA. COLE AGENTS in Swansea and District for JOHNSTON'S LONDON PORTLAND CEMENT. ALAMAI VARIED STOCK OF BUILDING MATERIALS ALWAYS ON HAND. THE SWANSEA FINANCE COMPANY LIMITED, 16, GOAT-STREET, SWANSEA, MAKE CASH ADVANCES FROM Y. 3 TO X,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. IHETH1VI MOS^r KST^S^VI^TWI^TO^E'LS ERO™b GIVE THE BEST POSSIBLE RVALUE. CARPETS MADE AND LAID FREE. XSTABLISHED NEARLY HALF A CENTURY. HIGH STREET & MORRIS-LANE. SWANSEA. j CHAPPELL. ( FISHMONGER & OYSTER MERCHANT, POULTERER, DEALER IN GAME, &c., WIND STREET, SWANSEA, & MUMBLES. COUNTRY ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. THOMAS, WATKINS & CO., LTD. BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS, BRUNSWICK-STREET, SWANSEA, PAINTERS, DECORATORS AND PAPER-HANGERS, ECCLESIASTICAL DECORATION & LEAD-LIGHT A SPECIALITE. PLUMBERS, ELECTRIC BELL-HANGERS, HOT AND COLD WATER AND SANITARY ENGINEERS AGENTS FOR MESSRS. J. B. WHITE AND BROTHERS' CELEBRATED POICFLAND CEMENT. ESTIMATES given for every description of Ready-made Joinery and Builders' work Experienced Workmen sent to any part of the country [25 PATRONISED j|fj^ BY ROYALTY. I rrioM BARRON, ROYAL FLORIST AND BOUQUETIST, 7 OXFORD" S1REEI. WREATHS,' CROSSES, &c., Unequalled in Composed of Cho^eirllo^vers Fresh Cut from the Gardens at BlackpiH- V v INSPECTION INVITED. PLEASE ORDER EARLY. e erams- Barron, Swansea." ESTIMATES FOR EVERY DESCRIPTION OF COMMERCIAL AND JjiANCY PRINTING AT THE "CAMBRIAN" OFFICE, SWANSEA, Done in the Latest American, English and Continental PLAIN AND FANCY TYPES AND ORNAMENTAL BORDERS, AT VERY MODERATE CHARGES. CNMBRIAN OFFICE, WIND-ST., SWANSEA. SILVER S OIL Stops Imtation; Prevents Inflammation; Free of Pain in Five Minutes. uicers' h-1-9' Neuralgia, and all aches and pains «°at' -Bronchitis, not satisfied. 9d., Is. Id. and* ~.?"ey returued lf( Proprietor, JOHN SILVER, CROYiinM uP0St free' °J sold by Sole -Agent, ENGLAND, and JOHN DAV1E9, DRUG STORES, 30, HIGH-STREET, SWANSEA SADDLERY COMPANY, ALEXANDRA-ROAD, SWANSEA. NY, DON'T PAY FANCY PRICES for CARkiagf LAMPS. 500 pair best bevel edge British Plated glass Red-back Lights, 8s. 6d. per pair; Extra Quality, 12s. 6d. per pair. Largest and Cheapest Stock in Wales to select from. Carriage Lamps rsDaired. New Glasses put in. Lamp Holders, Handles Springs, Candles, etc., kept in Stock. Cheapest House in Wales for Hand-sewn Harness. Portmanteaus and Harness Repaired on the Shortest Notice. TTTTC onlv means for destroying Hair on j, by using ALEX ROSS' ORDINARY •TPIT ATORY 3s. 6d., post free for 3s. 9d. stamps, • i^PILAlOK 1'^itric ADpliai.ce, 35s.; for thick for strong hair the iieci™ German hair, Cauterising '1 RQgg 62, Theobald's-road, put in a stamped envelope. ± \TOSE MACHINE.—This is a wonderful -X-TI contrivance by which the soft cartilage of the nose is pressed into shape by wearing the instrument an hour daily for a short time. Price 10s. 6d. sent free by post for atamps or postal orders, 10s. 9d. ALKX Ross, 62, Theobald's-road, London, near Bedford Row. Stamped letters replied to. O0976 EVERY facility at the CAMBRIAN Office for executing all kinds of Printing. Excellence in Quality and Moderation in Price always studied. 1- 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. The Farm is situated within two miles from the market town of Carmarthen. 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- sive views. The Farm is let on a yearly tenancy (Michael- mas entry) to Mr. and Mrs. Jeremy, at the moderate rent of L170 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 I other information, can be obtained on application to Messrs. Rooper and Whately, 17, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, W.u.; John Francis, Esq., Auctioneer and Estate Agent, Carmarthen or to Mr. W. J. Rees, Auctioneer, Land Agent and Valuer, Swansea. [12278 PRELIMINARY NOTICE. IMPORTANT SALE OF FREEHOLD BUILD. ING LAND, situate at the Mumbles, near Swansea. MR WILLIAM J- REES has received instructions from the Mumbles Railway and Pier Co., to offer for SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the MERMAID HOTEL, MUMBLES, on THURSDAY, the 15th day of DECEMBER, 1898, at Four o'clock in the afternoon, all that valuable and highly-important SURPLUS FREEHOLD BUILDING LAND,, Situate at the Dunns and Southend, Mumbles, near Swansea. The Dunns property having a frontage to the Swansea Bay of about 1,250 feet, and to the main road of about 1,430 feet, and con- taining by admeasurement about 4 acres. The Southend property having a frontage to the Swansea Bay of about 190 feet, and contain- ing by admeasurement about 1 rood and 25 perches Full particulars will appear in future advertise- ments. Particulars, plans, and conditions of sale may be obtained on application to NICHOLL MORGAN, Esq., Solicitor, Budge-row, London, E.C.; Mr. DAVID R. KNOYLE, Chartered Accountant, 7, Fisher-street, Swansea; or of the AUCTIONEER, at his Offices, The Laurels, Swansea. [12321 By Mr. 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) has 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-STBEKT, 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 6e. each house. Held under a lease for a term of which about 904 years are unexpired, at a ground rent of X7 13s. Od. per annum for the three houses. 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 docks 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, Oxford-street, Swansea. [12291 By Messrs. Alexander, Daniel & Co. wiTp°ruSRS' MANUFACTURERS, WAREHOUSEMEN, SHIP AND BONDED STORE MERCHANTS AND OTHERS SALE OF ALL THOSE VALUABLE AND EXCEL- LENTLY SITUATE FREEHOLD MANUFACTUR- ING PREMISES, known as TUCKER'S MILL, situate on the Strand, or Quay, at Swansea, and possesing an important frontage to that thorough- fare, a depth of about 78 feet, and a superficial area of 2,156 square feet or thereabouts; together with the MACHINERY and PLANT now attached thereto. This property, which is of massive build, con- sists of a ground floor with offices and four floors above, on three of which also are caretaker's rooms, there being in addition a spacious base- ment and a lift communicating from the hauling way with each floor. MESSRS. ALEXANDER, DANIEL & CO., in conjunction with HERN and PZRTWEE, are instructed to SELL by AUCTION, at the OASTLE HOTEL. SWANSEA, on THURSDAY, 24th NOVEMBER, 1898, at 3 o'clock, the above VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY. These premises are most conveniently situate within a short distance of the Custom House Town Hall, Railway Sidings, Docks, and the centre of the town, and are therefore most suit- able for any business purposes, either of a manufacturing or storage description, Printed particulars and conditions of sale, with orders to view, may be obtained of Alexander, Daniel and Co., Surveyors and Auctioneers, Bank Chambers, Corn-street, Bristol (and 3 G aceeburch-street, London, E.C.); of Hern and Pertwee, 94, St. Mary-street, Cardiff; of Lloyd and Pratt, Solicitors, High-street, Newport, Mon • or of Ponstord and Devenish, Solicitors, 42, Finsbury.I)ilvement, London, E.C. [12309 42, C LL. WATKINS & Co., p,S, ACCOUNTANTI VALUERS AUCTIONEE ROKER and HOTEL B Several Leases of Good Public-houses for Sale. Public-hoose to in Westbury- Several Leases L t Xff r^mweU-street and Richardson-street, street, Ciomweli s andPlate Glass. Also gents for Fi enst>s Insurance Corpora- 22, Caer-stre-t SwansP,' ^SS^Caer-street^Ji^il^ii*-hmmmMM ESTABLISHED 1340. J. STANLEY JOHNSTON, "PICTURE RESTORER, KBRILDBR' AND JT PICTURE FRAMT MAE CHURCH STREET, SWANSEA. Oil Painting? Lined, Cleaned and Old Prints and Mezzotint Engravings gilding in all its Branches equal to new- CUPISS' CONSTITUTION B^LS Are an un fail inn remedy (write for p P TESTIMONIAL. Russley Park. I have used Cupiss' Constitution Balls for the last 10 years, and have much pleasure in testifying to the good effects they have had in improving the con- dition of Horses in training, particularly in the Spring and Autumn months. MAT. DAWSON. For HORSES, tor Grease, Swelled Legs, Cracked Heels,Coughs Colds, Sta.rin Coat Influenza, giving tone and vigour, and keep- tug high-fed Horses in Health, &c. c.xi'R,'fi,P For CATTLE & SBEfcii' in cases of Hove or Blown, Hide Bound, Loss of Appetite, Dis- temper, Epidemic, &c- For Scouring in Calves they are almost infal- lihlfl. CupriTrMRUC V8 so. ?° yrrs b' the Iate FbAN«S LUPISS, M.R.U> .8. Bold in Packets, is. 9a. and 38. 6d. each, 7 small 10s. 6d., or 7 large 21s., by Chemists and Medicine Vendors, or from the Proprietor. The Wilder- Q6sst Diss, Norfolk, on receipt of Amount. XI BATH & DISTRICT BILL-POSTING Xl COMPANr— Late T. WALL. OFFICES ASSEMBLY ROOMS, NEATH. MANAGER :-J. W. ROBINSON. Lessees and Proprietors of the Best Posting Stations in Neath and District. I EDUCATIONAL. LANGLAND BAl. GIRLS' BOARDING & DAY SCHOOL BELLEVUE, LANGLAND NEAR 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 BOROUGH OF SWANSBA INTER. MEDIATE AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION. "SWANSEA SCHOLARSHIPS." The Governing Body appointed under the above Scheme, offer a number of SCHOLARSHIPS, tenable for not more than THREE years, at any Higher Grade Public Elementary School in the Borough, and consisting of a payment of a sum of money equivalent to the amount of the tuition fee payable in such School. These Scholarships shall be awarded in equal proportions to boys and girls who are, and have for two years, been scholars in any of the ordinary Public Elementary Schools in the Borough. The successful candidates will be required to onter the 5th Standard at one of the Higher Grade Public Elementary Schools in the Borough in January next. The Examination for these Scholarships will be in the subjects prescribed for the 4th Standard of the Code of Minutes of the Education Depart- ment in force for the time being. n The Examination will be held at the Central Higher Grade Board School, Dynevor-plaee, on SATURDAY, the 10th day of December, 1898, at 10 a.m. Entry forms may be obtained on application from the undersigned, to whom they must be returned, duly filled in, on or before WEDNESDAY, 7th December, 1898. L. COLLWYN LEWIS. Secretary to the Governing fjody. Grammar School, Swansea. 1*2313 PENDEEN College, LANGLAND BAY, (FOR DAUGHTERS OF GENTLEMEN). REFERENCES :— The LADY SWANSEA. LADY MORSHEAD, Forest Lodge, BinfieW. Berks. MRS. WILMOT, Audley, Sidmouth, Devon. LADY JENKINS, the Grange, Swansea- MISS EDEN, the Bryn, Sketty, Swansea. MRS. STRICK, Hillside, Mumbles. XT MRS. BIRD, Norton House, Midsomer -Nortonj Bath.. n REV. SECRETAN JONES, M.A., Vicar oi oyster- mouth, South Wales. REV. GEO, FLEMING LAMB, M.A., Rector 0f Broseley, Salop. REV. WM. ROSE, Vicar of St. Stephen^ Newport Brough, Yorks. ton Crewe. REV. E. ROSE, Vicar of Haslington, Crewe. ROBERT JONES, Esq., M.D., Liverp^1- CHAS. W. PEARCE, Esq., Mus. Dec* ^antab, London. REV. J. T. GARDNER, M A RectorofRadstoCk Bath. C. D. PROTHERO, Esq., M.D., Enderley,Langi aala Bay. MONS. KNECHT, French Consul Swansea. JOHN NEWTON, Esq., L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S., &0 Langland Bay. REV. JOHN JUDGE, Lindon Lodge, Lancaster. Pupils are prepared for London Matriculation, University Locals, Associated Boara Uioyai Academy and Royal College Music), ■Lrinij.y College, College of Violinists Diploma (ieachera» and other Examinations. Limited number of Resident received. Tennis, Cycling, Swimming, and other out-door amusements. PRINCIPALS lYflSS DANN and the MISSEg -LfJ- NETTELL I (Daughters of the late J. T. Nettell, Esq., Genetai Works Manager of Messrs. Vman & bona). Prospectus and photographs on application. MR. TOMLINSON IS prepared to supply ORCHESTRAS f0r CONCERTS and ENTERTAINMENTS general. Terms on Application- 25, ST. HELEN'S ROAD, 1086] SWANSEA. R. C. JOHNSON, F.R.c.o., (Organist and Choirmaste^ St. Gabriel's) ORGAN, PIANOFORTE, V' 4c Solo Organist and Pianist for Recitals and Concerts. 10, BRYN-Y-MOR ROAD. Pupils prepared for all the recognised Examinations. MR. DONALD W. LOT J (Formerly Assistant Organist of Lichfield Cathedral), GIVES LESSONS IN PIANOFORTE AND ORGAN PLAYlJfa (both Solo and Accompaniment), j; VOICE PRODUCTION AND SINGING 4 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. HOME SCHOOL FOR GIRLS.—HIGHLV recommended. Liberal education. Healthy country situation. Gymnasium, swimming, tennis —Apply, PRINCIPALS, Oxford Lodge, Balibury. Oxon. ACADEMY OF MUSIC, 100, WALTER-ROAd. m RS. EDWARD FRICKER, MISS FLORENCE FRICKER, A.R.A.M AND MISS MINNIE FRICKER, L.R.A.M. Piano, Harp, Violin, Voi ce Training and Solo Singing, Harmony, Sight-Singing, Theory nf Music. &e. T 2444 =-=: DARLINGTON'S JJANDBOOKS: « k S'r Henry Ponsonby is commanded h„ the Queen to thank Mr. Darlington for » copy of his handbook." a "Nothing better could be wished for. British Weekly. Far superior to ordinary gtildes.Daily Chronicle Edited by RALPH DARLINGTON, F.R.G.S. s. each. Illd. Maps by JOHN BARTHOLOMEW" F R"«J « THE ISLE OP WIGHT. THE CHANNEL ISLANIW THE YALE OF LLANGOLLEK. BRECON AND ITS THE WYE VALLEY. THE STVKRN VALLEY BRIGHTON, EASTBOURNE, HASTINGS & BT. LEONARD BOURNEMOUTH AND THE NEW FOREST "• BRISTOL, BATH, CHEPSTOW, & WESTON-SUPER-MARE ABKRYSTWITH. TOWYN, MACHYNLLETH, & DOLGEMV MALVERN, HEREFORD, WORCESTER. & GLOUCESTKO LLANDRINDOD WELLS, & THB SPAS OF MID-WALES BARMOUTH, HARLECH. CRICCIETH. & PWLLHELI IJLANDUDNO, RHYL, BANGOR, & BETTWBYOOED. •« A brilliant book"— The Times. ««Particularly aooA" —Academy. J R 2nd Ed., enlarged, 5s. 60 Illustrations. 24 Maps T ON DON ANL ENVTROKg I- 2 ° Coox & E. T. COOK, M,A. Llangollen: Darnugtoo JFC Co, London Simpkin & (Jo, I rHOTOGRAPHEI.-Beautiful Photographs of Seetwry I ,c., in Italy, Greece, Turkey. Palestine, and Egypt; ulsc North Wales, is., Is. fid., and COMITATE List Post Free. DARLINGTON 4 CO., LLANGOLI.SST i 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 effielent 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, £10 6s. Sd. per term. Next term begins JAN. 18th.—For illustrated prospectus and further pa ticulars apply to the Head Mistress or Clerk to Governors. ft2249 A SCHOOL OF HOUSE WIFERY requires a Practical Domesticated PERSON (age about 30) to TEACH the Duties of House and Parlourmaids, to be with the girls out of school hours, to attend to ailments, baths, &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. "TMTB. 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, FOR BOYS, LANGLAND BAY, NEAR SWANSEA. Beautiful Air and Scenery; Climate Mild, but not relaxing; Safe Bathing; Fine Beach and Sands; very suitable for Invalids, Delicate Children, and those born in India. Liberal Diet. Great care Individual Attention. There is a separate Preparatory Department for very little Boys. For Prospectus, &c., apply- REV. F. E. SCOTT, M.A., Oxford, HEAD-MASTER. Next Term will commence THURSDAY, JANUARY 19th, 1899. L9487 JJANGLAND COLLEGE, (2 & 4, HARTFIELD SQUARE), EASTBOURNE. PATRONS: Right Honourable Lord Aberdare. Right Rey. Lord Bishop of Peterborough. Sir Douglas Galton, K.C.B., F.R.S. Sir John Llewelyn, Bart., M.P., F.R.S. Sir John Jones Jenkins, M.P. Charles S. Roundell, Esq. And Others. PRINCIPAL- MISS Mi E. VINTER. Seven years Head Mistress of tin Swansea High School, Gitls'P(iblic Day School Company. Four years Chief Mathematical and Science Mistress. Kensington High School. Senior Optime, Mathematical Tripos, Cambridge. Intermediate Science. Lon- don UniversityFirst Division. Certifi- cated Student in Honours and Scholar of Qirton College, Cambridge. Associate and Amott Scholar of Bedford College, London. -Well-fitted Gymnasium. French, German and English Resident Governess. Visit- ing Masters. [11229 GOVERNMENT SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND ART, ALEXANDRA-ROAD, SWANSEA, In connection with the Science and Art Department AU South Kensington. Chairman THE MAYOR OF SWANSEA. 'AYSS.3"100' « Head Master F. F. HOSFORD, Government Art and Master; Certificated in Art Groups I. and II Stfflcated in Science Subjects I. II., UI. Medallist in ~er* t 3, Outline Drawing from the «• T?r.„rt" Medallist in Subject 8b2, Shading the Human Figure' from the "Sou"^?r da S >" Subject 9a, Anatomical Drawing Human Figure; Medallist in Subject 10. Draw- Dravring Foliage, Lantiscapes, Details from Nature; L;„i«.«t Certificates and Medals given. highest ASSISTANTS: ULBS NING3, Art Master's Certificate, Group T Also 3rd.Gradei Cert,ihcates in Principles of Orna- ment, Pa''111'1" Rawing from Antique, Draw'0# 4? 3U Mei?ory. Anatomy, Design, Modems Dees$n' Modelll,'K fr°«n Antique, Painting in MV WM. WILLMMS, Architect, Honours in Building MB; G; HAUGHTON, Medallist. Sculptor. SUBJECTS TAUGffT Painting^ ^Toil, tempera, d Water Colours, Objects Estill Ufe> &c. Thel,i(fur%f,rf0m the Antique andth«Life* Anatomy, as applicable to Art. Designing for Decorative Purposes. Modelling Or- naments, Figures, and naments, Figures, and Wood Carving. nAVS AND HOURS OF STUDY-DAY CLASSFH and FKIDAYS. Morning Class from li to x ffitSiiJhlMB, Afternoon „ 2.3o to 4.SO. SATURPAT' FEES" 210 I- l'ees: -reacbers of Elementary Schools. from 2 to 4 p,m., ASOCIAL CLASS for Wood Carving and Modelling 52 SBL-ASST! %STIVSI-L A SPGMAL CLASS for Wood Carving only will be held on TuSay. Wednesday and Friday Evenings, from 7 i5 "n q ifi Terms, 10s. to Christmas, and 10s from £ May Examinations. U i0s- flom January EVENING CLASSES: Tuesday. WEDNI £ Sday8^& ^'kidays, from 7 to 9.30. 10s. fof. the !who'e SeS8ion_. fr°m September to the Examin»t'on8 in May, or_J>s. from September to Christro'8: an Christmas to Examinations 2s. per month. in May, ADVANTAGES: Studerf8 atten^'nf above Classes get three nights per weet °f two Jlours each, have separate Teachers for eachSaH}601'81! nfl general supervision of the Heal Master. Ibey ca.j take any of the Art Subjects,as wel1 as Sclenco Subjects, I. n. m., without fiirthfir J^P> one Silver Medal,Two Bronze Medals, and several Queen's ?rlzes h.ave bee" obtained by 8tudents 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 ad«,'ss'on'0^e^,°ya' Academy, Slade, Herkomer and other Schoo £ C1ENCE CLA08Eg I Practical Plane and Solid Geometry II. Machine Construction and Drawing III, Building Construction and Architectural Drawing, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridavs from 7.0 to 9.15 p.m.—F. F. HOSFORD and W jiiCHABns; JAUF.3 A. DAVDCS, Practical nraughts- j>jan ^vjftilicatiil bv the Department, of Science and i'ff'wM Architect, Honours in Bu'Jui! j Construction and Art Class Teacher's Certificate, Prcwoectus and further information may be had on apuiication at the Free Library, Branches, -kcretary ,,r LILOL) Sy Order. JAMES W. ROGERS, Hon. Sec. ] EDUCATIONAL. CHEPSTOW GRAMMAR SCHOOL. More than 25 per cent. of whole School recently successful in College of Preceptors; Science and Art; and Cambridge University Exams.: 1st Divisions and Distinctions. First Class Science Certificate in Mathematics (July). Beautiful residence. G. DEWDNEY, B.A. C. DEWDNEY, B.A. 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 SUCCESSESA.R.C.O., A.T.C.L., and Eight Assoc. Board Certificates (1898). I 8, PAGE-STREET, SWANSEA. L MR. ARTHUR HEY, Mus. Bac., F.R.C.O., will shortly have a VACANCY for an ARTICLED PUPIL. Exceptional advantages, with preparation for Diploma.—8, Page-street, ARTICLED PUPIL. Exceptional advantages, with preparation for Diploma.—8, Page-street. Swansea. [12308 PONTAKDAWE. TANYEALLT SCHOOL. Preparation for all examinations. Special attention to backward boys. Healthy situation. Home comforts. Good diet. Moderate terms. Excellent references.—Apply to Mk ASTLEY SAMUEL. MR. ERNEST RUDDELL, Organist and Choirmaster of Holy Trinity Church, Swansea, VISITS PUPILS FOR ORGAN, PIANO, SINGING, AND THEORY I OF MUSIC. ADDRESS: 63, CROMWELL-ST., SWANSEA. HOWELL'S GLAMORGAN COUNTY JLJL SCHOOL, LLANDAFF. An EXAMINATION will be held on the 13th day of DECEMBER, at 12 o'clock, at HOWELL'S GLAMORGAN SCHOOL for the admission of FOUR GIRLS as Howell's Scholars, who will be entitled to free board, lodging, and washing, with tuition, for the term of one year, renewable from year to year for five, or in exceptional cases six years. The Governors have discretionary power to make a grant for clothing in addition. Candidates must be resident in the administra- tive County of Glamorgan, or in the Counties of Brecknock, Cardigan, Carmarthen. Pembroke, and Radnor, or the County Borough of Swansea, and must not be under 11 or over 14 years of age. The Governors will not award the Scholarships to any girl who is net from her pecuniary circum- stances in need of them, and Candidates not attaining a sufficient standard will not be awarded these Scholarships, but may be admitted as boarders, with permission to compete for future vacancies. The railway fares of qualified candidates will be paid, but no railway fare will be paid for more children from any one school than there are vacancies. Further particulars may be obtained from the Clerk. All applications must be sent to the Clerk before the 6th day of DECEMBER next. By order of the Gov ernors, C. R. WALDRON, Clerk. 96, St. Mary-street, Cardiff. [12298 SHORTHAND 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 tucocsses of Masters and Mates. Majority passed on their real first trial PITMAN's SHORTHAND taught to speelt of 100 words a minute within 3 montns' tuition. LESSONS given in Arithmetic, Book-keeping, Sanitary Inspectors, Mensuration. &c. Day and Evening Classes. K EYFORD 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, j Large Cricket and Football Field-Bathing and Swimming—Gymnasium—Scholarships. Preparation for University and other Examina- tions. tions. Keyford College, Frome. r9500 SHIPPING. ALLAN LINE ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. To CANADA AND THE UNITED STATES. SAILINGS FROM LIVERPOOL. 8.s. Parisian, for Halifax.and St. John, N.c. Nov. 19tn s.s. Carthaginian, for St. John's, N.F., and Halifax.. Nov. 26th Saloon Fare from Ell. 2nd Cabin 27, Steerage 25. Through Tickets to all points at special rates. CANADA.—Handbooks, maps, rates, and full particulars free on application to ALLAN BROTHERS & Co., 19, James-street, Liverpool; or to T. W. R. MASON & Co., 2, Mount-street; W. M. VAUGHAN, Salubrious- place, Wind-stieet, Swansea. SUMMER TOURS. IRELAND AND SCOTLAND. SWANSEA TO JJELFAST AND GLASGOW. First-class Passenger STEAMERS are intended to Sail from SUED No. 1, SOUTH DUCK BASIN, SWANSEA, To Belfast every Wednesday p.m. tide. To Glasgow every Wednesday & Friday p.m. tide. FAKES: Belfast Cabin, 17, 6 Steerage, 10 Glasgow I I 20, 12 6 Return Tickets,Fare-and-a-half, available for Six Months. SPECIAL SUMMER RETURN FARES Belfast. 20/- available for 1 month. Glasgow. 25" 14 days. The Best Route to Portrusb, Giants' Causeway, the Highlands and Islands of Scotland to the Isle of Man, ria Belfast. Guide Book and all information from M. JONES & BRO., Agents, Swansea. BECHSTEIN PIANOS. J. JJKADEK & SONS are the SOLE AGENTS for these Magnificent I Instruments, and offer them at most liberal terms. ONLY ADDRESS 9, WIND-STREET, SWANSEA. THE GENERAL j 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 conditiou' of the Ironmongery Trade in Swansea at present. However, a visit of inspection, and a comparison of our prices will mo"e quickly convince you*of the desirability of buying Lamps here. I JEXKINS & CO.. j ironmongers, 39, QXPORD-ST., S & 10, PABK-ST., i SWANSEA. 1 PUBLIC NOTICES. pUGSLEY & SON, 24, WATERLOO STREET, FOR GLASS and pAPERHANGINGS OF ALL KINDS. Telephone No. 211. 8668 WILSON'S SUPERIOR PLATE POWDER V V Cleans Silver and Electro-Plate. WILSON'S SUPERIOR PLATE POWDER Prevents Silver from Tarnishing. WILSON'S SUPERIOR PLATE POWDER Does not Scratch the Silver. WILSON'S SUPERIOR PLATE POWDER Preserves Silver and Electro-Plate. Once used no other will be used. Ask your Chemist, Grocer and Ironmonger for Wilson's I and see that you get it. Sold in Boxes, 6d., 1' 2,6. Sole Manufacturers—WILSON & CO., 113, ST. HELEN'S ROAD, (Opposite Victoria Park), 12185] Swansea. IE. JARRETT, CAB PROPRIETOR, GWYDR MEWS, UPLANDS, SWANSEA. WAGONETTES, LANDAUS, CABS, &c. ALWAYS IN READINESS. All Orders by Post promptly attended to. Residence-4, WINDSOR STREET, UPLANDS. SUPPORT LOCAL INDUSTRIES. WTB.Y feEND YY Your Books to Bristol and Elsewhere to be Bound when yon can have them done as Well and as Cheaply, and more Promptly by ET> npiNSLAY, 9 || m | Practical Bookbinder 52, OXFORD STREET, SWANSEA (Mr. Patry's Stationer's Shop). ofhtchric/eq, HE BEST VALUE MONEY CAN BUY DRINK NO OTHER. AGENTS IN EVERY TOWN IN WALES. For Agencies, apply to The Anchor Tea Com- pany. 40 and 41, Great Tower-street, London. E.C. 111214 LL. & T. BULLIN, HEATHFIELD AND FFYNONE MEWS SWANSEA. Beg to state that they have added to their Business New Funeral Carriages completely. Telephone No. 65. (431 THOS. R. ROBINSON, lb, EXCHANGE BUILDINGS, COAL MERCHANT (WHOLESALE and RETAIL). BEST LARGE AND THROUGH HOUSE AND ANTHRACITE COALS, AT LOWEST CURRENT PRICES. BLOOR & CO., ADVERTISING CONTRACTORS AND BILL POSTERS. CHIEF agkncy FOR walks. All descriptions of Advertising, Circular Distribution, &c., promptly attended to. Office :-20, CAl, VERT-STREET, SWANSEA. THE SWANSEA & Disteict BILLPOSTING AND —— ADVERTISING COMPANY OFFICES GOAT-STREET, SWANSEA. STIFF'S STARCH. Sold In Hb. Picture Boxes. Sold in />lb. Packets. TIFF'S STARCH. (^TIFF'S STARCH. Mos^conofnical. Imparts an Exquisite Gloss STIFF'S STARCH. Makes Linen Look like New. Kor Collars. STIFF'S STARCH. For Wristbands. For dhlrt Fronts. „ For Neckties. CI TIFF'S STARCH. For Caps. For CufTs. STIFF'S STARCH. For Lace. For Linen. (^TIFF'S STARCH. cnrtauf. For Table Cloths. CI TIFF'S STARCH. A»k for Stiff's -tarch. Note the Caution Label. TTrP'Q QTAPPTT Observe the Trade Mark. I Iff & oIArCL-xl. g)jel)r. qassall's Testimonial. Mark what Dr. Grifiin Savs. STIFF'S STARCH. Read Pro. Herapath's Report. ks Sold by Grocers. ,TIFF'S STARCH. Sold by Drn^ists. Sold by Oilmen. Established 181. Wholesale-STIFF & Co.. REDCLIFK-STREET BRISTOL. 11709' DAVIES' BALSAM OF HONEY for Cou^h- Colds, Asthma, Tightness of the Chpcr ? Prepared only by J. DAVIKS, M.P.S — Chemist, 30, High-street. Swansea. J-"sPensing rJlli THE ———— SWANSEA S £ NTILE 18, PARK-STREET, SWANSEA. £ 3 TO £ !CAA CASH ADVANCED to all CWsVf Tradesmen, Protess.onal Men, and respectable Householders. UPSurit[es W:PAV5^0f a" °f securities. P41MENTS to suit Borrowers. Applications promptly attended to by H. B. JONES, MANAGER. rjHE WORLD'S HAIR GROWIH- c. McCASKLE's ASTRINGENT, the best Hair rrouueer of the aae Never fails to make the hair grow; an infallible remedy for weak and thin hair; ine one and only cure for premature baldness pungent »nd pleasant to use non-grre *y. °ne having weak "a,r should be without it. 1»- 6d. per Bottle worth a guinea. Try it. Per post 3d. extra. Prepared by C. McCASKIE Hairdresser, &c., TEMPLE-STREET, SWANSEA. Proprietor of the Celebrated Electric Hair Dye. ? ^OWLE'S PENNYROYAL STEEL A PILLSFOI, FEMALES. QUICKLT CORRECT ALL RREGULARITIES, RE- WOTE ALL OBSTRUCTIONS, and relieve the distressing symptoms so prevalent with the sex. Boxes Is. lid and 2i. »d. (contains three times the quantity) 0f all Chemists. Pent anvwhere on receipt of 15 or lii'stanms byE. T. TOWLE & Co., Manufacturers. Drvden street, Nottingham. yuen Beware of Imitations injurious ana worthless D.C.L" MALT EXTRACT [ -4 5^2*3-JS-SSAR, Palat*bia, HutriUoua, Di*8«Ubl^ SoUin Bottles by ChemisU &> Grocers atrl- j/g, 6" 4/6. < SOI.E Manufacturers 1 < The DISTILLERS Co., limited, EDINBURGH, j H*ber» of icfe Ceitbruw D.C.S. yctM. I ~~m w w vw v«T P, ADESME-S Billheads at I.w Prioe* at j JL the C-iKiiRiAN" GiSce. } BRANSBYS QUALITY THE BEST ONLY. SPECIALLY SELECTED TEAS FOR THE CONNOI -^EUR. _1_ XLI » MILD, PURE, DIGESTIVE. "——————————— HOTELS. CAS T L E HOTEL, 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. 11920j JAMES McBRYDE, PROPRIETOR. LANGLAND BAY HOTEL, NEAR SWANSEA, SOUTH WALES. The sheltered position of Lanpland Bay, with a southern aspect and balmy air, which entitles it to be called the Mentone of Waies," renders it a most desirable summer residence, highly recom- mended 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 gardeiks. Several lawn tennis courts and bowls. Inclusive terms can be made bv application to the Manager, R. G. FALKNER, Manager (Late Manager Hotel Metropole, Las Palmas, Grand Canary). Telephone No. 502. CAMKEON ARMS HOTEL. c SWANSEA. COMMERCIAL, COFFEE, AND SMOKE ROOMS, BANQUETING HALL, BILLIARDS. MODERATE CHARGES. ORDINARY DAILY from 1 to 2.30. 2s. inclusive For Particulars and Tariff apply to the MANAGERESS.^ poSTING IN ALL ITS BRANCBES. Travellers met on receipt of post-card. OLD SWAN HOTEL, YSTALYFERA. PROPRIETOR: H. J. HUTCHINSON. SPIRITS, WINES, ALES AND STOUT. WELL AIR'D BEDS. YSTALYFERA.—The "CAMBRIAN" mavbe obtained of MR. DA VTFS J Mr. SAM BAKES, t*mP °ffiCe' and s OUTHBOURNIR, LANGLAND BAY. PRIVATE NURSING HOME. and Convalescent cases (not Infectious) received The" Home" is situated (In the slope of the "SBI~»fortiWe. Skilled N nrsing. Terms and references on application to LADY SU-PERINTENDENT. "DRIGHTON.—GRAND HOTFI n + floorsBfcvcle RO^^I THROU-H,N- I^FT to alt 10s fid to I T' INE,USIVE TERMS if desirad from HOOK, M„NA^R Y' ''0R PARTICULARS W* A. D. INSURANCE. ACCIDENT ASSURANCE.-ACCIDENT AN DISEASE ASSURANCE. EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY ASSURANCE FIDELITY GUARANTEE. RAILWAY PASSENGERS' ASSURANCE COMPANY. Established 1849. Claims Paid, £ 3 850 000 64, CORNHILL, LONDON 113191 A. VIAN, Secretary. LOCAL AGENT: Mr. E. Post, 63, Gorse-lane, Swansea. THE yULCAN JJOILEK AND GENERAL jxsurance COMPANY, LIMITED, (Late The Boiler Insurance and Steam Power Co.. Ltd.). THE ORIGINAL BOILER INSURANCE CO. HEAD OIFICE: 67, KING STREET, MANCHESTER. ESTABLISHED 1859. SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL £ 375,000. BOILERS & ENGINES INSURED & INSPECTED. Rates quoted TO meet the WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION ACT EMPLOVER»' Liabilitv Act, and Common Law Third Party, Fidelity, Guarantee Insurance. INDIVIDUAL ACCIDENT INSURANCE. Upwards of 40,000 Boilers A Engines under Supervision J. F. L. CROSLAND. M.Inst.C.E., M.Inst.M.E., Chie. Engineer. EDWARD HADFIELD, Secretary. Application for Agencies Invited. [11992 ■TIADB'S GOUT PILLS. JJJ All who suffer from Gout or Rheumatism should immediately have recourse to EADE'S PILL8 EADE'B GOUT PILLS. Hundreds of Testimonials have been received from all sorts and conditions of men. testify- ing to the wonderfal power these Pills have in giving relief in the very worst cases. TRADE'S GOUT PILLS. These Pillg are purely vegetable aud ner- fectly safe in their action. TRADE'S GOUT PILLS ^,R,I„N.?TANTLT RELIEVE and RAPIDLY CUliJi the worst form of GOT'T T> l\ Kheumatism^ Limbs AL"S 1,1 TLIE HEAD, Face and TRADE'S GOUT PILLS an^Patent RECNMuiendation ever given E AI)E'S GOLTT PILLS for (JOUT and RHEUMATISM. FOR THE LAST THREE YEARS I H we NEYER HAD A RHEUMATIC PAIN. "27, Bryne-street, Willington, Durham, Jan. I2tb, 1894. Dear Sir.—It affords me great pleasure in writing you these few line, about your Valuable Pills. It is seven years since I had Rheumatic Fever, ADD the following three years I suffered with Rheumatic pains. Having tried sure REMEDIES, but getting no better, and hearing of your Pills, I got some, and received great benefit from them. for ttie LAST THREE YEARS I have NEVER HAD A RHEUMATIC PAIN. have NEVER HAD A RHEUMATIC PAIN. Many whom I recommended to take ioar Pills have obtained relief. You can use my name, and also publish to the world the great Power your Pills have over Rheu. matic pains.—1 remain, yours truly, '■JOHN LONGSTAFF would have written you Sooner, but gave tliem a good test. EADS'S GOUT & RHEUMATIC PILL8 are sold by all Chemists IN Bottles, Is. lid. and Proprit:tor, GEORGE EADE, 72, Croswell- E ABE'S GOUT PILLS. Ask for and be solre you obtain, Eade's Gout and Rheumatic Pills. [11S56 ?"i"10_BUILDERS.— TU.iaeadfe, Memorandums -L T^SIIIESS Circoli.r* and Card?.TIME SLEET?. Efitimate Books, aud EVERY KIAD of COMIAERCIAI PNNTITIG- at the Camgbiav Office, 08, etreet.

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