ROYAL Iff OTEL, SWANSEA. PRIVATE SITTING ROOJfS AND LARGE PUBLIC ROOMS. LARGEST BANQUETING HALL IN SWANSEA. TABLE D'HOTE LUNCHEON, 12.30 to 3 P.M. MR. & MRS. FRANK DICKENS, MANAGERS. Nat. Telephone 56.
/HOTEL 3JETROPOLE SWANSEA. MAGNIFICENT PUBLIC ROOMS. I 100 BEDROOMS. A TABLE D'HOTE LUNCHEON 12.30 to 2.30. DINNER 6.30 to 8.30.. GRILL R0031. GEORGE DIXON, Manager.
BLBPHONE 17. STILL TO THE FRONT. -7- GALE'S COFFEES MAINTAIN THEIR HIGH REPUTATION AND, LIKE THE BRITISH ARMY, ARE NOT TO BE BEATEN. ISAAC GALE 18. HIGH-STREET. SWANSEA. NO HOUSE EQUALS DOWN & SON FOR RELIABLE FURNITURE. THEY ARE THE LARGEST MAKERS BY MACHINERY IX WALES, AVE THE MOST EXTENSIVE STOCK TO SELECT FROM, AND GIVE THE BEST POSSIBLE VALUE. n_- CARPETS MADE AND LAID FREE. XSTABLISHED NEARLY HALF A CENTURY. HIGIII STREET & MORRIS LANE. SWANSEA. TELEPHONE 142. THE OMEGA GAS STOVE. PURE, MOIST, WARM AIR, ONE FARTHING PER HOUR. No FLUE REQUIRED. AGENT: J. H. NOT T ST. HELEN'S ROAD, & QUAY PARADE, SWANSEA. GAS FIRES FITTED IN GRATES. ESTABLISHED 1865. STEAM MARBLE AND MONUMENTAL WORKS, ST. HELE'S.ROAD. SWANSEA. WILLIAM COPUS, Manufacturer of Tablets, Tombs, Grave-stones and Crosses in Marble, Granite or Stone unniactur^ Fittings, Chimney Pieces, &c. Designs sent on application. [1236 TBLEPHOJIK 138. A. J. CHAPPELL. FISHMONGER & OYSTER MERCHANT, POULTERER, DEALER IN GAME, &c., WIND STREET, SWANSEA, AND AT NEWTON-ROAD, MUMBLES. '1' Telegraphic Address—" Chappell, Swansea." COUNTRY ORDERS PROltIPTLY ATTENDED TO SPRING CLEANING. Now is the time to see that your sanitary arrangements are in good condition and drains well ventilated. Estimates free for BATHS, LAVATORIES, HOT & COLD WATER SUPPLY, W.C.'S, ELECTRIC BELLS, GAS FIRES & GAS FITTINGS, INCANDESCENT BURNERS, ETC. JOHN LEGG & SONS, NELSON-STREET. SWANSEA. 6l«Phone 96. CARRIAGE WORKS, FISHER-STREET, SWANSEA. JOHN JONES & CO.. CARRIAGE BUILDERS. Orders for New Work, General Repairs, Painting, Trimming', &c., promptly attended to. Patent Noiseless India Rubber Tyres, and all the Specialities connected with Carriage Building supplied. — DAN MORGAN, LTD., THE a CP-TO-DATE" CYCLE AGENTS. Dan MORGAN for Good Cycles and Utmost Value. Dan MORGAN for Exchange of Cycles-Lowest Rates. | Dan MORGAN for New Cycles, from £ 7 17s. 6d. I D^ MORGAN for the Best Free Wheel Cycles in the Trade. ÐN MORGAN for First-Class Cycle Repairing. MORGAN for Cycle Repairing at Lowest Charges. MORGAN for Cycle Enamelling and Plating. MORGAN for Cycle Building. Racers a Speciality. n MORGAN for Cycles Built to your own Specification. MORGAN for Royal Enfield" Cycles. I)AN MORGAN for Raleigh" Cycles. bAN MORGAN for" Premier" Cycles. DAN MORGAN for Centaur" Cycles. Dan MORGAN for Sunbeam" Cycles. DAN MORGAN for Accessories and Novelties. DAN MORGAN for Everything in the Cycle Line. DAN MORGAN, LTD., 57. OXFORD ST.. SWANSEA. TMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. "THE CAMBRIAN" OFFICE IS NOW REPLKTB WITH EVERY FACILITY FOR TURNING OUT PRINTING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION l!i THE BEST STYLE, AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE, AT THE MOST REASONABLE PRICE. WELSH PRINTING A SPECIALITY. ESTIMATES FREE. -c-====-=-==-=-:c-=,.=-c=-=- HE CAMBRIAN" OFFICE hkhl- 58, WIND-STREET, SWANSEA. REDUCED PREPAID RATE FOR T SMALL ADVERTISEMENTS, WHEN PREPAID ONLY. (Halfpenny Stamps Preferred.) C\A i WORDS, ) /^D. INCLUDING A DDJi ESS, j BEST ADVERTISING VALUE. 3 INSERTIONS (CONSECUTIVELY) FOR THE PRICE OF 2. SITUATroS Vacant or Wanted; APARTMENTS to Let or Wanted HOUSES, OFFICES, PROPERTIES and SHOPS to Let or Sell; MISCELLANEOUS Wants and Sales; LOST or FOUND, &C., &C. Under the above Heads, WHEN PREPAID ONLY, SMALL ADVERTISEMENTS are inserted in THE CAMBRIAN at following scales.- Once. 3 times, s. d. s. d, Not exceeding 24 Words 0 6 ••• 1 0 32 Words 0 9 1 6 40 Words 1 0 2 0 48 Words 1 3 ••• 2 6 When not prepaid THREEPENCE PER LINE PER INSERTION will be charged. Remittances may be made with Half-penny Postage Stamps or Postal Orders. Address all communications to THE MANAGER, "THE CAMBRIAN NEWS- PAPER," SWANSEA. I SITUATIONS VACANT. I WANTED, a good GENERAL SERVANT, from 18 to 25; the older preferred accustomed to public-house business.- Apply, MRS. PHILLIPS, General Picton Inn, Nantyffyllon, Maesteg. [0106 DOMESTIC SERVANTS WANTING SITUATIONS. HIGH-CLASS REGISTRY FOR SERVANTS. MISS LEWIS begs to inform the Ladies of SWANSEA AND DISTRICT that she has REMOVED TO No. 18, CASTLE STREET, (over MASTERS & Co.,) SWANSEA. APARTMENTS TO LET. 1 SITTING-ROOM and 2~BEDROOMS, nicely furnished convenient to Town and Sands suit lady and gentleman, or friends. Terms moderate.—29, KENSINGTON-CRESCENT, St. Helen's-road. [13602-11-5 1 SITTING.ROOM and 2 BEDROOMS, well furnished; convenient to town; suit lady and gentleman, or friends. Terms moderate.— 6, RUSSELL-STREET, St. Helen's-road. [13601-11-5 COMFORTABLE APARTMENTS to LET ) ear the sea, at 57, TRAFALGAR-TERRACE, Swansea. Moderate terms. [13807-18-5 NFURNISHED ROOMS TO LET; one t_J front; no children.—Apply, 64, ARGYLE- STREET, Swansea. [13403-11-5 COMFORTABLE LODGINGS, fit for two COMFORTABLE LODGINGS, fit for two Young Men; share bedroom: very reason- able terms.—-Apply, 9, ARGYLE-STREET, Swansea. [13404-11-5 COMFORTABLE APARTMENTS to LET; c also VACANCY for YOUNG LADY BOARDER. Moderate terms.-Apply, 58, TRAFALGAR-TERRACE, Swansea. [539-11-5 BOARD and RESIDENCE offered in a COMFORTABLE BOARDING-HOUSE. 5 minutes walk from Station. Mountain air, I shooting, trout fishing and driving. Good cui?ine. Special arrangements for permanency. —F. MAESCARNOG, Cray, R.S.O., Breconshire. [475-31-8 PARTMENTS — TO ALlT HAVING APARTMENTS TO LET, do not lose pounds by having your Apartments empty, when for Is. (three weeks, 2s.), you can have a 30-word advertisement inserted in Six Newspapers cir- culated in London Suburban districts, which each year send thousands of visitors to Swansea, Mumbles, Gower, the Wells, the Swansea and Carmarthen Bays, sea-side resorts, and West Wales generally. Name- of papers—Leyton, Leystonstone, West Ham, Wanstead, Woodford and Forest Gate, Manor Park and Ilford Express and Independent.-Address., PUBLISHER, "Inde- pendent" Office, Leytonstone, London, N.E. [0109 HOUSES TO LET. UMBLES. — TO n LET, FURNISHED IvN HOUSE for one, two or three months. Convenient and picturesque situation. Terms moderate.—Apply, ZERO," Office of The Cam- brian, Wind-street, Swansea. 0~ BE LET, a Desirable DETACHED RESIDENCE, containing 3 reception rooms, 5 bedrooms, boxroom, bathroom, kitchens five minutes' walk from Post Oflice.-Apply, Mr. W. RICHARD GLYN THOMAS, 64, Wind-street, Swansea. [13808-25-5 TO BE LET, PREMISES off HIGH-STREET, Ground floor, 39ft. by 21ft.; first floor, 89ft. by 21ft. Suitable for warehouse or factory. —Apply, Mr. W. RICHARD GLYN THOMAS, 64, J Wind-street, Swansea. [13309-25-5 i r po BE LET, LOCK-UP SHOPS, HIGH- JL STREET ARCADE. Good business position, Moderate rental. Apply, Mr. W. RICHARD GLYN THOMAS, 64, Wind-st., Swansea.[13810-25-5 TO BE LET or SOLD, No. 14, BAY VIEW- CRESCENT 9 rooms.—Full particulars, W. EICHABD GLYN THOMAS, 64, Wind-street. [13811-25-5 T ENGLAND BAY.—To be LET, on 24th JLi June next (unfurnished), SEA-SIDE RESIDENCE, known as SOUTHBOURNE," containing large dining and drawing rooms, morning room, kitchen, scullery and offices, 7 bedrooms and dressing room, bath room (with hot and cold water).—For particulars, apply Messrs. COLLINS & WOODS, Solicitors, Swansea. [13410-18-5 TO LET, HOUSE AND SHOP, No. 3, GLADSTONE BUILDINGS, ALEXANDRA- I ROAD would suit as a bicycle depot large hall at the rear suitable for riding school or workshop will sell cheap.—Apply E. THOMAS. Niagara Mineral Water Works, Swansea. [13408-25-5 T' O LET, 22, GOWER-STREET, Shop and 7 rooms immediate possession.—Apply, D. ROBERTS, 19, Heathfield-street, Swansea. [13806-5-18 TO LET, No. 2, BALMORAL-TERRACE, SKETTY, containing 9 rooms, bath-room, good garden, planted with vegetables and fruit trees dry situation; plentiful supply of good water; on the main road to Gower; conveyances to Swansea hourly.—Apply, DANIEL JAMES, Cambrian-place, Sketty. [C105 TO LET, from 29th SEPTEMBER next, the Commodious Semi-Detached HOUSE, known as LONGFIELD," WESTCROSS, near the Mumbles, containing 3 reception, 7 bed and dressing rooms, with usual domestic offices. Good stabling for two horses, coachhouse and accommodation for man. Tennis lawn, vegetable garden, orchard.—Apply, S. C. JOHNSON, 1, j Mount-street. Swansea. 22-6 ORTEYNON.—HOUSE TO LET. Good JL situation, near sea.—Apply, CHARLES, Cambrian Office. [540-4-20 THE RECTORY, LLANGAMMARCH WELLS, TO be LET in MAY and the following Summer months. Fishing obtainable.— Apply, MISS WILLIAMS, The Rectory, Llangam- march Wells, R.S.O. [533-4-5 TO BE LET, 48, BRYN-ROAD—Apply, PUGSLEY AND SON, 24, Waterloo-street, Swansea. [13401-4-5 UMBLE.S.-TO LET. HOUSE in com- manding position, between Langland and Dunns. Hot and cold bath, electric bells every convenience.-Apply, "B.J., Office of The Cambrian. HOTELS TO LET. VALE OF USK, BRECONSHIRE, j DEFYNNOCK. 1 TO LET, with immediate possession, the BULL TEMPERANCE HOTEL. Excellent accommodation. GROUND FLOOR.—Kitchen, parlour, small sit- ting room, back kitchen, scullery, larder and pantry. Two gardens and good stabling. FIRST FLOOR.—Sitting room, four bedrooms, and bath room. ATTIC.-Four bedrooms. N.B.—Sis acres of good Meadow Land will be Let in November. Fishing can be had in the River Usk. Apply, W. WILLIAMS, Talbot House, Brecon. HOUSES FOR SALE OR TO LET. j EAUTTFULLY SITUATED^ overlooking SINGLETON PARK and SKETTY CHURCH, TWO WELL-BUILT SEMI-DETACHED FREE- HOLD VILLAS to be LET or SOLD, with immediate possession. Rent moderate. Each villa contains dining and drawing ro@ms, five bedrooms, kitchen, scullery, bath-room and lavatory, supplied with hot and cold water, two w.c.'s, etc. Motor cars and busses pass corner of road.-Apply, Mr. W. NICHOLS, Woodville, Eversley-road. Sketty. [13568 PROPERTIES FOR SALE OR To LET LARGE CELLARS TO LET in WIND- JLJ STREET, suitaole for Wine and Spirit Merchants.—Apply, Cambrian Office, Swansea. MISCELLANEOUSWANTST3 WANTED, Good LIMESTONE, broken T T coursed, shoddy wallers, at the new J WESLEYAN CHURCH, ULVERSTON. LANCASHIRE, —WILLIAM WAITE, Contractor, Ulverston. [0120 MISCELLANEOUS SALES. ~7T QMACK for SALE or HIRE. Good condition and well found. Lying' |y|Kv Barry Dock.—For particulars and price, -aiiiSi, apply to MANAGER, 14, Picton-place,' Swansea. [13407-18-5 Swansea. [13407-18-5 PIANOFORTE, Walnut, brass pier plate, full trichord, iron frame, check action; 20 guineas, at 10s. monthly.—CHARLES EADON, 53, Brunswick-street. j 13604-25-5 PIANOFORTE. Walnut Case, Iron Frame, PIANOFORTE. Walnut Case, Iron Frame, trichord check action panel front little used; only £ 16 cash.—CHARLES EADON. 53, j Brunswick-street. [13604-25-5 EN'f'S NEW SILK and FELT HATS and i ENT'S NEW SILK and PELT HATS and CAPS for SALE. A real bargain. Draper giving up this department for want of space, offers for Sale in job lots an assortment of the above in Latest Styles. Thoroughly genuine. the above in Latest Styles. Thoroughly genuine. —Full particulars of H. LEAKEY, 183, Kensington- crescent, Swansea. [13409-4-5 TO SHOPKEEPERS.—For Drapery, Hosiery, Haberdashery, Stationery, Toys and Fancy Goods, go to MORGAN JENKINS, 40, 41 and 43, Waterloo-street, Swansea. Wholesale only. Largest Stock of Toys, etc., in Wales. [13405-29-6 C- YCLES 10s. Monthly, Ladies', Gerts; C Samples free; £6 6s. Od. Agents wanted. VICTORY, DERE-ROAD CYCLE Co., NORWICH. _n 550-11-5 VENETIAN BLINDS, 4|d. per foot; any colour; carriage paid. Samples, estimates and price list free.—Address, MOSELEY BLIND WORKS, 53. Tudor-road, Cardiff. [13805-4-5 GLAZING LINEN like CHINA, without polishing irons (guaranteed), six stamp*. 19,786 testimonials.—MADAME MENTOR. 220, I Beach Farm-road, Southsea. [532-1-6 CTCLESTCYCLES BARGAINS 1,500 C CYCLES !—FREE, to any address, the most interesting and complete List of 1,500 Machines Post Free. Single Machine at Whole- sale Trade Price. New and Second-hand Machines from 30s. each. 500 New, latest 1900, I Gent's Pneumatic Safeties. Marvellous Prices. 500 Ladies' New, latest 1900 pattern. Single 500 Ladies' New, latest 1900 pattern. Single 500 Ladies' New, latest 1900 pattern. Single Machine at Wholesale Price. Write for Laree List Post Free to anyone. Agents wanted. Marvellous Bargains. Send for List.—WARRILOW Marvellous Bargains. Send for List.- W ARRILOW AND Co., Cycle Manufacturers, Weston-super- Mare. [544-19-10 EDUCATIONAL^ LANGLAND BA1. I CI IRLS' BOAKDING & DAY SCHOOL r BELLEVUE, LANGLAXD NEAR SWANSEA. PRINCIPALS-The MISSES PHILLIPS, Assisted by Resident Certificated English and j Foreign Governesses and Visiting- Masters. < Preparation for Local Examinations. The Next Term will begin TUESDAY, May 1st. The House is pleasantly situated in its own grounds on a hill, and overlooking the sea. [6412 f DANCING, CALISTHENICS, SPANISH AND PHYSICAL EXERCISES, GEDNEY HOUSE, ST. HELEN'S-ROAD. MISS CRAVEN'S CLASSES are held at her j residence on MONDAY and WEDNESDAY • at 5 o'clock and on WEDNESDAY at 2.30, SATUR- DAYS 2.15. Gwyn Hall, Neath, Tuesdays. Adult Tuition Class on Mondays at 7.30. Classes also held at Llanelly, Morriston, Llan- dovery Colieee, Carmarthen, and the Mumbles. Private Lessons. 18 LLANDILO. HIGH-CLASS EDUCATION FOR JLJL GIRLS, PRINCIPAL: MISS McARTHUR, Assisted by Higrhly-certifieated Residnt Gover- nesses and Visiting Masters. General Education thorough and modern. Special attention to Music. Successful results in examinations. Healthy locality. Home comforts. Vacancy for two boarders. Moderate fees. Summer Term, May 1st, 1900. [090 BALMEESTON HOUSE r ROSS-ON-WYE. HIGH-CLASS SCHOOL tFOR GIRLS. PRINCIPAL: MRS. THOS. EVANS. REFERENCES: R. D. BURNIE, Esq., Swansea. C. H. PERKINS, Esq., Swansea. [13605 PENDEEN COLLEGE, LANGLAND BAY. MODERN HIGH-CLASS SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, MISS 1. M. NETTELL, A.C.V. AND MISS C. M. NETTELL, A.C.P., (Daughters of the late J. T. Nettell, General Works Manager of Messrs. Vivian & Sons). REFERENCES The LADY SWANSEA. LADY MORSHEAD, Forest Lodge, Binfield, Berks. MRS. WILMOT, Audley Sidmouth, Devon. Miss EDEN, The Bryn, Sketty, Swansea. LADY JENKINS, The Grange, Swansea. REV. SECRETAN JONES, M.A., late Vicar of Oystermouth, South Wales. Pupils are prepared for London Matriculation, I University Locals, Associated Board (Royal Academy and Royal College of Music), Trinity College, College of Violinists, Diploma (Teachers) and other examinations LANGLAND College, (2 & 4, HARTFIELD SQUARE), EASTBOURNE. PATRONS; The Kicht Honourable tbe Lord Aberdare. Tbe Bigbt Bev. tbe Lord Bisbop of Peterborough. Lady Galton. Lady Llewelyn. Sir John T. Dillwyn Llewelyn. Bart., M.P., F.R.g. Sir John Jones Jenkins, M.P. Bir Owen Roberts, M.A., D.C.L. ABd Others. PRINCIPAL— MISS Mó E. VINTER, B.Sc., Senior Optime, Mathematical Tripos, Cambridge. Certificated Student in Honours and Scholar of Girton College, Cambridge. Associate and Arnott Scholar of Bedford College, London. Riding, Cycling, Swimming, Tennis; k Large and Well-fitted Gymnasium. [11229 AUCTION ANNOUNCETIENTS. MR- ALERED YEMM> AUCTIONEER AND CERTIFICATED BAILIFF, OF ALBION HOUSE, T Y WIT H, M A E S T E G Holds SALES Every MONDAY and TUESDAY AT THE CAERAU SALE ROOM, Unless otherwise Engaged. Prompt Settlement when goods are sold. Cash Advanced on any goods consigned for sale. Tradesmen's Stocks Bought. Several PRIVATE and BUSINESS PREMISES for SALE or LEASE. Also BOOT BUSINESS, to be SOLD as a going concern. For further particulars, apply to ALFRED YEMM as above. [030 EDUCATION AL. TECHNICAL INSTRUCTION JL COMMITTEE OF THE GLAMORGAN COUNTY COUNCIL. FREE STUDENTSHIPS and MAINTEN- ANCE SCHOLARSHIPS, established under be provisions of the Technical Instruction Act, and tenable at the UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF SOUTH WALES AND MONMOUTHSHIRE, CARDIFF. On the 17th SEPTEMBER next and the following days, the EXAMINATIONS for these Free Studentships and Maintenance Scholarships will be held at the UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, CARDIFF. Full particulars as to the subjects of Examina- tion and the scale of Marks, the number of Scholarships to be awarded, and the conditions to be fulfilled by candidates, will be sent on applica- tion to the undersigned. Forms, duly filled up, must be sent in on or before SEPTEMBER 1st, 1900. WALTER HOGG. Technical Instruction Committee Office, Pontypridd, May ht, 1900. [0131 RYN HAULOG, 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. ART CLASSES. THE CLASSES under the direction of MRS. J. C. VYE-PARMINTER, at .the STUDIO, EXETER VILLA, re-commences TUESDAY, MAY 8th, 1900. Painting in Oil, Water-Colour, Pastel Drawing, Sketching from Nature, Drawing and Painting from the Life, Portraiture, Flowers, etc. Special Classes in Drawing for Junior Pupils. A Reduction in Terms will be made if more than one of a family join the Classes. [0111 LINLEY HOUSE SCHOOL,! 48, WALTER ROAD, SWANSEA. PRINCIPALS-THE MISSES BONNETT. SUMMER TERM will commence THURSDAY, MAY 3. Pupils prepared for the Oxford and Cambridge, Trinity College, and all Public School Examina- tions. PROSPECTUS ON APPLICATION. [0115 NOTICE OF REMOVAL. GIRLS' BOARDING & DAY SCHOOL, DUMBARTON, 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 in its own grounds, close to beach and parks. The next TERM will commence MAY 2nd. THE SOUTH WAT.ES SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, SUMKERFIELD HALL, MAESYCWMMES, CARDIFF. PRINCIPAL MRS. R. H. JONES, Assisted by a thoroughly efficient Staff of Resident Governesses. Home Comforts, Excellent Tuition and Pass Lists. For Prospectus, apply to the PRINCIPAL. [0135 c HEPSTONV GRAMMAR SCHOOL J The well-known Old Private School. Thirty years' successful work. Modern Course, Language0, Science, Surveys, Accounts. Fine bracing climate beautiful scenery. GEORGE DEWDNEY, B.A. C. DEWDNEY, B.A. PONTARDAWE. rpANYRALLT 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, ,-School Re-opens on MONDAY. May 7th, 1900. W- MUSICAL. NOTICE OF REMOVAL. MR. ARTHUR HEY, Mus. BAC., F.R.C.O., L.R.A.M. HAS REMOVED TO 17, WALTER-ROAD, SWANSEA. Pupils prepared for all Examinations. RECENT SUCCESSES.—A.R.C.O. (1898 and 1899); A.T.C.L. (1898 and 1899); and Fifteen Associated Board Certificates at the last two Examinations. MR DO NA Li D W L O T T (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. ACADEMY OF MUSIC, 100, WALTER-ROAD. AIRS. EDWARD FRICKER, MISS FLORENCE FRICKER, A.R.A.M., A.R.C.M., AND MISS MINNIE FRICKER, L.R.A.M. Piano, Harp, Violin, Voice Training and Solo Singing, Harmony, Sight-Singing, Theor of Music, &c. 2444 Lessons will be resumed on THURSDAY, May 3. MR. TOMLINSON, TEACHER OF THE VIOLIN & PIANO, IS prepared to supplv ORCHESTRAS for CONCERTS, BALLS, and ENTERTAIN- MENTS in general. MR. A. TOMLINSON receives PUPILS for VIOLONCELLO. Terms on Application- 25, ST. HELEN'S ROAD, 1086] SWANSEA.. | SALES bY AUCTION. By Messrs. John M- Leeder & Son. GOWER, GLAMORGANSHIRE. In the PARISH of RHOSSILY (formerly Penmaen), distant about 12 miles from Kiilay Station on the L A: N.W. Railway, and within 17 miles by road from the Market Tot-n and Port of Swansea. All that MANOR OR LORDSHIP OF PAVILAND, With the rights and privileges belonging thereto, together with an important and highly desirable FREEHOLD FARM know n as PAVILAND," comprising a well-arranged HOMESTEAD, with Farmhouse acd commoaicus Outbuildings and about 364 ACRES of SOUND ARABLE AND PASTURE LAND ins well to the sun, tbe greater portion with lying well to the sun, the greater portion with southern aspect let to Mr. J. Gordon as yearly tenant at a rental of CI67 10s. per annum. The compact FREEHOLD FARM knows as "PYLEWELL" or HEATH HILL," Situate on the Northern side of the main road, adjoining Paviland, consisting of a conveniently placed HOMESTEAD, with Dwelling-house, FARM BUILDINGS, and about 30 ACRES of EXCELLENT PASTURE and ARABLE LAKD: I let to Mr. C. Morgan on a yearly tenancy at an annual rental of £ 20. All those SIX FREEHOLD FIELDS known as I DAXIEL'S HILL," on the main road adjoining Pilton Green, embrac- ing an area of 334 AcRES or thereaboub, together with a four-roomed (- of TAGE, garden ana out- buildings let to Mr. C. Morgan on a yearly tenancy at £15 per annum. A FREEHOLD GROUND RENT of Two shillings and sixpence j. er annum, with the valu- able REVERSION IN 20 YEARS, arising out of and secured by IMMANUEL CHAPEL, and Minister s House adjoining, fronting tne main road, and adjacent tu Paviland Farm together with a FREEHOLD GARDEN of about Half-an- Acre in the relit of Imnmnnel Chauel, let to Kev. D. Euwurcis on a yearly tenancy at £1 per annum. THE ESTATE IS RENOWNED AS BEING ONE OF THE BEST IN THE LOCALITY FOR ITS EXCELLENT PARTRIDGE AND RABBIT SHOOTING. MESSRS. JOHN M. LEEDER and SON are instructed to SELL oy PUBLIC AUC- liOiS the above-mentioned FREEHOLD FARMS AND LAND at the HOTEL METROPOLE, IVIND-STREET, SWANSEA, on WEDNESDAY, May IBeiJ, 1900, at 2.30 o'c.ock iu the afternoon. The Properties may be viewed on application to the respective tenams. Detailed Particulars with Plan and Conditions of Sale may t)e obtained when rea. ;y of Mr. J. A. JENKINS, Estate Agent, Longlanas-place, Swansea of Messrs. BEOR & PLANT, Solic.tors, Tempie-street, owansea ano ot tne ALTCTION- EERS at their Offices, 46, aterioo-street I Swansea. r0129 IMPORTANT SALE OF FREEHOLD AND LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES IN THE BOROUGH OF LOUGHOR, GLAMORGANSHIRE. By Order of the Trustees and Executors of the late Benjamin J o"e", Esq., or Llanelly, and I D. H. Jones, Esq., ot Swansea. MESSRS. JOHN M. LEEDER and SON will SELL by AUClIUN, at the HOTEL iviETROPOLE, Wind-street, Swansea, on f WEDNESDAY, May 16th, 1900, at 2.30 o'clock in j the alternoon. Two VALUABLE FREEHOLD RESIDENCES, known as PEN-Y-BAILEY and the SANCTUARY THREE FREEHOLD PUBLIC HOUSES, known as THE KING'S BRIDGE, IHE RED LION, and THE GEORGE. 1 REEHOLD GROUND REXT. secured by a Dwelling-house, adjoining the Cross Keys Inn. I ELIGIBLE FREEHOLD BUILDING PLOTS, with frontages 10 the Swansea main road, in PEN- Y-BAILEY MEADOW, aud other Fields. A COMPACT FREEHOLD FARM, known as v ERNAL-UCHAF a.so u Number of Detached Freehold Fields. FOUR LEASEHOLD FIELDS, known as CAE-PISTILL, and tue Site of cue Ancient Castle and Encampment or Loughor. ■IHlRiEEN COTTAGES, known as THE RorND HOUSE, PICADILLY, APSLEY HOUSE, and the STEMMING 'OTTAGES, together witn an important Corner liusmes^ Premises, occupied by I Mr. Charles Hams, urocer. ihe respective Luts may beseencn application to tie X en ant a. I l'ui, (iltaied Particulars, with PUins and Con- ditions of Sale, may be had when ready on application tu G-. F. JUXES, ESQ., 12, Old Jewry- cuamuers, London or to tne AUCTIONEERS, 4d, Waterloo-street, Swansta. L0130 Bv Mr. David Roberts. BLENHEIM HOUSE. WALTER ROAD, SWAN SEA. TO HOUSEHOLDERS AND OTHERS. MR. DA^ ID ROBERTS has received in- structions to SELb BY AUCTION, at the uoove^ addif ss ^where the goods havo been re- moved ironi Grouville, Bishopston. tor con- venience of saiej, on MONDAY, MAY 7th, 1900, the whole of the well-preserved HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANO- FORTE AND OTHER EFFECTS. Comprising: Magnificent drawing-room suite in silk brocade and crimson, plush, Spanish mahogany cheffonier with bevelled edged glais in back, mahogany music cabinet, mahogany American organ (3 stops) by Peiou- bet and Co.), large dining-room mirror in gilt frame, walmit and mahogany occasional tables, bamboo tables, whatnots, oil paint- ings and water colours, pictures, occasional chairs, musical box, medicine chest, writing cabinet, Brussels carpets, brass fenders, fire- irons. rugs. mahogany hallstand, large and small mahogany dining tables, large maho- gany sideboard, mahogany dining-room suite in leather, mahogany overmantel with be- I veiled-edged piate-glass back, large inalio- ganj library bookcase, pair of bronzes, baga- telle table, mahogany bookcase with writing- desk combined, coal vases, sitting-room suite in crimson rep, fancy occasional chairs, wal- nut card table, mirrors, and a fine selection of choice ornaments and vases. The Contents of Five Bedrooms, including Bedroom suite of American ash, brass half- tester and French bedsteads, feather and rnillpuff bedding, spring mattresses, straw palliasses, handsome mahogany bedroom suite, bedroom ware. mahogany and walnut chests of drawers, settees, mahogany bedroom suite, carpets, stair carpets, rods. linoleum, etc., etc., and the usual kitchen requisites. Goods on view morning of sale. Terms cash. Sale to commence at 11 o'clock in the for- noon. Further particulars may be obtained of the AUCTIONEER at his Offices, 19, Heathfield- street. Swansea. BY ORDER OF THE MORTGAGEE. PEN C AE C R WN. LL A N DILO-T A L YB ONT, GLAMORGANSHIRE. SALE OF CONVENIENT LEASEHOLD COTTAGE, HOUSE. GARDEN, AND PREMISES, ADJOINING THE PUBLIC ROAD LEADING FROM CWRTYCARNE TO BRYNTEG, AND CLOSE TO LOUGHOR COMMON. MR. DAVID ROBERTS has been instructed to offer for SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION at the WEST END HOTEL, GORSEINON, on II MONDAY, the 7th day of MAY, 1900, at 7.30 o'clock in the evening, all that LEASEHOLD FIVE-ROOMED MESSUAGE OR DWELLING-HOUSE. COAL-HOUSE, GARDEN. AND PREMISES. Being the premises above-described, now in the occupation of John Evans (the mortga- gor) at an estimated weekly rental of 4s. The house is in good repair and is well built. The premises are held for a term of 99 years from the 25th day of M,h, 1875. less the last day thereof, at a yea. rental of JBl. and subject to the covenants by the lessee and the reservations in the lease con- tained under which the said premises are held. Further particulars may be obtained from Messrs. R. and C. B. JENKINS, Solicitors. 4, Fisher-street, Swansea, or from the Auction- eer, Mr. DAVID ROBERTS, at his offices, 19, Heathfield-street, Swansea. SHIPPING. A. LLAN LINE STEAMERS. To CANADA AND THE UNITED STATES. SAILINGS FROM LIVERPOOL *s.s. Tunisian (twin screw), for Quebec and Montreal May 10th s.s. Corean, for St. John's, Hali'ax, and Philadelphia.. Mav 14th s.s. Kumidian, for Quebec & Montreal Mav 17th S.s. Corinthian, for Quebec and Montreal.. May 24th Via Londonderry. Saloon Fare from JE10, 2nd Cabin 97, Steerage jeb. Through Tickets to all points at special rates. CANADA.-Ilandbooks, maps, rates, and full particulars free on application to ALLAN BROTHERS & Co., 19, Janaes-etreet, Liverpool; or to T. W. R. MABON & Co., 2, Mount-street; W. M. VAUGHAN, Salubrions- place, Wind-stjeet, Swansea. IRELAND AND SCOTLAND. SWANSEA TO JgELFAST AND GLASGOW. First-class Passenger STEAMERS are intended to Sail from SHED No. 1, SOUTH DOCK BASlIf, SWANSEA, To Belfast every Wednesday p.m. tide. To Glasgow every Wednesday & Friday p.m. tide. FARXS Belfast Cabin, 17 6 Steerage, 10'- Glasgow 20 11 12'6 Return Ticket«,Fare-and-a-balf, available for Six Months. SPECIAL SUMMKR RETURN FARES Belfast 20/- available for 1 month. Glasgow 25'- 14 days. The Best Route to Portrush, Giants' Causeway, the Highlands and Islands of Scotland to the Isle of Man, via Belfast. Guide Book and all information from M. JOXES & BRO.. Agents, Swansea. H. STONE, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT, NEATH. DetaiZed Price List on Application. Telegraphic Address: "STONE, NEATH." BRANSBY'S SAMPLES POST CHOSEN FOR THE I R-E. CONNOISSEUR. HUNDREDS OF TESTIMONIALS T T71 A S RitCJUVED. TEAS. Extra choice carefully selected Teas of the finest grades only. In half-chests, caddy boxes, tins, and lead packets. Specially digestive Tea (No. 4 blend), has won golden opinions. It is mild in flavour and free from acid cr thickness, whilst possessing all the stimulating properties sought for in a cup of tea. To be had of lirstf-elass Grocers, Confectioners and Chemists, or FRAttK BRANSBY, Tea Merchant, Mumbles, R.S.O., Glam. FIRST-CLASS HOTELS. CAMERON ARMS HOTEL, '<L/ SWANSEA. I OOil JIKECIAL. COFFEE, AND SMOKEI ROOMS, BANQUETING HALL, BILLIARDS. MODERATE CHARGES. I ORDINARY DAILY from 1 to 2.30. 2s. inclusive For Particulars and Tariff apply to the 13317] MANAGERESS. I R OYAL HOTEL, WANSeT FIRST CLASS FAMILY AND COMMERCIAL HOTEL. EXTENSIVE BANQUETING HALL AND BALL ROOM. TABLE D'HOTE LUNCHEON DAILY, From 12.30 to 3.0 p.m. MANAGERS :— MR. AND MRS. FRANK DICKENS. Telephone 56. ROYAL OAX, LLANINRDA. This picturesque and old-established House bas been re-buiit and provided with every modern requirement. Weil situated ainone't pretty surroundings. Free Fishir;g on Friday and Saturday for two rods in the fowy for Visitors staying in the House. The Fishing in the Brooks is Unrestricted. Excellent neighbourhood for Excursions and Cycling (C.T.C.). Wines and Spirits of the Choicest Quality. Moderate Charges. 017] MRS. MORGAN, Proprietress. BRIGHTON.—GRAND HOTEL. Centre of JD sea front. Electric light throughout. Lift to al doors. Bicycle room. iiiclnaive tenlJ. if desired from 12s. Cd. per dpy. Hobden's Royal Sea Water Baths, ftdjoiniIJ the Hotel ar d recently purchased, are available on special terms to guests, for particulars apply to A. D. HOOK, Manager. GONE to the FRONT to KILL BIG PROFITS. Competition defied. HAND-SEWN HARNESS. RIDING SAD- DLES, BRIDLES, LOIN and CART COVERS. Cheapest in Wales. Carriage Lamps, Patent Safety Handles. Is. per pair. New Glasses put in Lamps. Saddlera supplied with all materials. SADDLERY CMPANr ALEXADRA-ROAD, SWANSEA. d-h- PATRONISED M" cEY ROYALTY. rjOM B ARRO-N, ROYAL FLORIST AND BOUQUETIST, 7, OXFORD-STREET. WREATHS, CROSSES, &c., Unequalled in Arrangement. Composed of Choicest Flowers Fresh Crt from the Ga-dens at Blackpul. INSPECTION INVITED. PLEASE ORI>ER EARLY Te egrams-" Barron. Swansea." MILLIONS DRINK TOWER TEA. -0 THE PUREST AND BEST. IN PACKETS ONLY. AGENTS EVERYWHERE. Wholesale TOWER TEA, LTD 15 London. j C. ROWLAND, CONTRACTOR TO THE SWANSEA HARBOUR TRUSTEES, AND HAULAGE CONTRACTOR TO THE MIDLAND AND OTHER RAILWAY COMPANIES, niKssiPHic ADDRESS— 17 PT ATP LOCOMOTIVE." -A » » 397 A JOHN S. BROWN, JBg GENERAL and FURNISHING mB§\ IRONMONGER, Hlf OXFORD-ST.. MM SWANSEA. ™ PRICES LARGEST SELECTION. JOHN S. BROWN. 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 Paintino-s The Best Studio in the Principality for Best Work at Moderate Prices All V™ T i. Improvements and Additions. PRICES3 for 2s.; 6 for 3s • 12 for 5s 6d 20 235, HIGH-STREET, Swansea. QUADRANT CYCLES FROM 6elo los. SEE THE NEW QUADRANT CHAINLESS. IF YOU RIDE A I FREE YOUR I upon the Brake I THE QUADRANT IS PEFTFECT, RELIABLE AND —————————— EFFECTIVE. PRICE LISTS and all Particulars can be obtained Free from the SOLE DISTRICT AGENTS, CAMBRIA CYCLES, LTD. (JOHN S. BROWN), 62, OXFORD-STREET, SWANSEA. DAYIES' BALSAM OF HONEY for Coughs. Colds, Asthma, Tightness of the Chest, <tc — Prepared only by J. DAVIES, M.P.S., Dispensing Chemist, 30, High.street, Swansea. fn Prepared only by J. DAVIES, M.P.S., Dispensing Chemist, 30, High-street, Swansea. fll ( EVERY facility at the CAMBRIAN Office _t2J for executing all kinds of Printing. Excellence in Quality and Moderation in price always studied. Estimates free.