TILEFHONE 17. STILL TO THE FRONT. GALE'S COFFEES MAINTAIN THEIR HIGH REPUTATION AND, LIKE THE BRITISH ARMY, ARE NOT TO BE BEATEN. ISAAC GALE 18. HIGH-STREET. SWANSEA. Sfcalt Df Cjmrges FOR SMALL ADVERTISEMENTS, WHEN PREPAID ONLY, and under the following classified headings APARTMENTS AND HOUSES TO LET or WANTED SITUATIONS VACANT or WANTED; HOUSES, OFFICES, PROPERTIES and SHOPS to LET or SELL MISCELLANEOUS WANTS and SALES LOST and FOUND, AC. OA f WOBDS, nrcLuDiwa ADDRESS, J vJ and THREEPENCE for every additional EIGHT words. TIMBER BUSINESS. AGOOD GOING CONCERN.—To be DISPOSED OF by PRIVATE TREATY, an OLD-ESTABLISHED TIMBER BUSINESS, situated at NEATH, having a good substantial connection with the principal Tinworks and Collieries in the immediate neighbourhood. Immediate possession. If necessary, easy terms. "^•Apply, personally, to Owner, Wm. WILLIAMS, Jjjeparc^Pontardulais^ LOST. LOST from a Brake, between Newton Nottage and Bridgend, on Sunday, May 6th, one Patent Lamp Socket, complete. Finder will be upon returning same to WILLIAMS, Caerau, Maesteg, or to RICHARD HOWE, Jolly £ APARTMENTS TO LET. ISITTING-ROOM and 2 BEDROOMS, nicely furnished; convenient to Town and Sands; lady and gentleman, or friends. Terms 5°derate.—29, KENSINGTON-CRESCENT, St. ^Wa-road. [13602-11-5 "1 SITTING-ROOM^nd 2 BEDROOMS, well JL furnished; convenient to town; suit lady A T> or friends. Terms moderate.— St«^8SiLL^TRBET, St. Helnn's-road.113601-11-5 C LET ROOMS TO LET; one ^TREjCT,sw;n3eaC eD-Apply, 64^A^gile^ COMFORTABLE LODGINGS, fit for two Men; share bedroom; very reaaon- ma- Apply, 9, AKGYLK-STREET, Swansea. [13404-11-5 ClOMFORTABLE APARTMENTS to LET; also VACANCY for YOUNG LADY f^ARDER. Moderate terms.—Apply, 58, s^Talqar-TEBBACE, Swansea. [539-11-5 TJOARD and RESIDENCE offered in a Jti COMFORTABLE BOARDING-HOUSE. Minutes walk from Station. Mountain air, *OooW trout fishing and driving. Good Cttiaine. Special arrangements for permanency. "I1. MAESCARNOQ, Cray, R.S.O., Breconshrre^ *A~~ITA RTMENTS. — TO ALL HAVING APARTMENTS TO LET, do not lose Poinds by having your Apartments empty, when ) Or la. (three weeks, 2s.), you can have a 30-word, advertisement inserted in Six Newspapers cir- in London Suburban districts, which each J ear send thousands of visitors to Swansea, tatnbles, Gower, the Wells, the Swansea and Carmarthen Bays sea-side resorts, and West Wales generally. Names of papers—Leyton, Leystonstone, West Ham, Wanstead, Woodford and Forest Gate, Mar or Park and Ilford Express and Independent.— Address, PUBLISHER, "Inde- pendent" Office, Leytonstone, London, N.E. [0109 HOUSES TO LET. Hrw Stacey-road; rent £ 40 per annum.— £ Sessions (Limited), Penarth-road, Car- TO LET, CLOTH HALL, MOUNTAIN ASH -"L business premises position central; suit &UY trade.-H. EVANS. [561-25-5 TVrEATH.—TO LET, CORNER SHOP and BAKEHOUSE. Good living accommoda- tion. Central position. Moderate rent.—Apply, SIMS, Alexander-street, Neath. [0155 TJXBLES. TO ET, FURNISHED JJX HOUSE for one, two or three months. Convenient and picturesque situation. Terms ^•^rate.—Apply, ZERO," Office of The Cam- P Wind-street, Swansea. RTEYNON.-HOUSE TO LET. Good RTEYNON.-HOUSE TO LET. Good C situation, near sea-Apply, CHARLES, ^rnbrian Office. [13607-25-5 ""0 BE LET, a Desirable DETACHED L" RESIDENCE, containing 3 reception %1nS, 5 bedrooms, boxroom, bathroom, kitchens; «Ve minutes' walk from Post Office.—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, Wind-street, Swansea. [13809-25-5 fl^O BE LET, LOCK-UP SHOPS, HIGH- I STREET ARCADE. Good business position. 1/ffTdnrs.te rental. — Apply, Mr. W. RICHARD OLTN THOMAS, 64, Wind-st., Swansea.[13810-25-5 TO BE LET or SOLD, No. 14, BAY VIEW- CRESCENT 9 rooms.—Full particulars, W. RICHARD GLTN THOMAS, 64, Wind-street^ T ANGLAND BAY:_To be LET on 24th 1 i 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- StoAD would suit as a bicycle depot; large hall at the rear suitable for riding school or workshop Jill sell cheap.—Apply E. THOMAS Niapira Mineral Water Works. Swansea. [13406-25-5 nSo LET, 22, GOWER-STREET, Shop and 7 J. rooms; immediate possession.—Apply, D. *Ob«3T8, 19, Heathfield-street, Swansea. — [13806-5-18 To LET, No.2, BALMORAL-TERRACE, X. SKBTTT, containing 9 rooms, bath-room, £ p°d garden, planted with vegetables and fruit dry situation; plentiful supply of good ^ater; on the main road to Gower; conveyances 5? Swansea hourly.—Apply, DANIEL JAMES, Caa>brian-pl*oe, Sketty. [C105 *TyQ LET, from 29th SEPTEMBER next, the J. Commodious Semi-Detached HOUSE, as LONGFIELD," WESTCROSS, near the 2i ^mbles, containing 3 reception, 7 bed and rooms, with usual domestic offices. "°od Btabling for two horses, coachhouse and •^conitnodation for man. Tennis lawn, vegetable S^rden, orchard.—Apply, S. C. JOHNSON, 1, ■^onnt-street, Swansea. 22-6 MUMBLES —-TO LET, HOUSE in com- manding position, between Langland and ""inna. Hot and cold bath, electric bells every e^nienee.—Appiy, "B.J., Office of The SITUATIONS WANTED. WANTED, by intelligent married MAN, with considerable experience in the Management of Horses, Farming Stock and Road- making, a SITUATION in Swansea or district. Honest, sober and energetic. Good references.- Address. "REMO," Cambrian Office, Swansea. [559-25-5 SITUATIONS VACANT. WANTED Men to find places for, to keep in order, and collect money from halfpenny- in-the-slot machines for the whole of Wales.- HENRY JONES, 14, Granville-road, Fallowfield, Manchester. ANTED, 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 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS. T ADIES', Gents' and Children's LEFT-OFF ll CLOTHING BOUGHT; Gents' Dress Suits and Fancy Costumes on Hire. Letters attended to.—3, LOWER WATERLOO-STREET, Swansea. [13412-1-6 DOMESTIC SERVANTS WANTING SITUATIONS. HIGH-CLASS REGISTRY FOR SERVANTS. MISS LEWIS begs to inform the Ladies of SWANSEA AND DISTRICT that she haB REMOVED TO No. 18, CASTLE STREET, (over MASTERS & Co.,) SWANSEA. HOUSES FOR SALE OR TO LET. BEAUTIFULLY 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 rooms, 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. L13568 PEMBROKESHIRE. —MILFORD HAVEN.- P To be SOLD or LET, that picturesque well-built RESIDENCE known as ST. ANNE'S, occuping a charming and sheltered position, with a south aspect, overlooking the harbour of Milford, in five acres of very pretty, secluded, and well-timbered grounds, with carriage drive and entrance lodge, good walled garden, small glasshouse, two cottages, coach-house and stable for three horses, and a good boat house the residence contains drawing-room, dining-room, breakfast room, housekeeper's room. good kitchen and offices, seven bedrooms, and bath- room "ith hot and cold water, and is within a miie of railway [station— Full particulars of D. EDWARD THOMAS, Victoria-place, Haverford- west. HOTELS TO LET. I VALE OF USK, BRECONSHIRE, DEFYNNOCK. TO LET, with immediate possession, the BULL TEMPERANCE HOTEL. Excellent accommodation. Two gardens; good stabling. N.B.—Six acres of meadow land will be let in November. Fishing can be had in the River Usk.-Apply, W. WILLIAMS, Talbot House, Brecon. [0145 LAND TO LET. SPLENDID BUILDING SITES, Freehold and Leasehold; town water, motor cars pass estate; terms moderate.-Apply W. W. NICHOLS, Woodvill, Eversley-road. Sketty. TO LET, convenient Piece of LAND adjoining Royal Metal Exchange and opposite New General Post Office, Swansea, suitable for OFFICES or RESTAURANT.-Apply, The Cambrian Office, Swansea. PROPERTIES FOR SALE OR TO LET ARGE CELLARS TO LET in WIND- STREET, suitable for Wine and Spirit Merchants.-Apply, Cambrian Office, Swansea. MISCELLANEOUS SALES. SPAN-ROOF CONSERVATORY, portable, well-built and ornamental; 12ft. by 7ft.; £ 9 complete.-Particulars of W. THOMAS, 20, Brunswick-street, Swansea. [13608-1-6 OlMACK for SALE" or HIRE. Good ttfc jo condition and well found. Lying Barry Dock.—For particulars and price, ■■BB apply to MANAGER, 14, Picton-place, Barry Dock.-For particulars and price, ■■BB apply to MANAGER, 14, Picton-place, I Swansea. [13407-18-5 FOR SALE, Lancashire Boiler, 30ft. by 6ft. 6in., flanged expansion tubes for 701bs. in- surance pressure lOin. side tank Loco.; 6,in. single cylinder under-type, by Davy Paxman 7ft. under-driven Mortar Mill; pair 4ft. 6in. Incline Drums; Self-contained Vertical Boiler, with Vertical Engine about 7in. cylinder; and other machinery. Wanted-an unlimited quantity of Coke Breeze, screened and washed.—GEORGE V. PERRY, Neath, South Wales. [0156 PIANOFORTE, Walnut, brass pier plate, ful P trichord, iron frame, check action; 20 guineas, at 10s. monthly.—CHARLES EADON, 53, Brunswick-street. [13604-25-5 PIANOFORTE, Walnut Case, Iron Frame, P trichord check action panel front little used; only J616 cash.—CHARLES EADON. 53, Brunswiok-street. [13604-25-5 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. f13405-29-S CYCLES; 10s. Monthly; Ladies', Gents; Samples free; £ 6 6s. Od. Agents wanted. VICTORY, DERE-ROAD CYCLE CO., NORWICH. [550-11-5 GLAZING LINEN like CHINA, without polishing irons (guaranteed), six stamps. 19,786 testimonials.—MADAME MENTOR, 220, 19,786 testimooia)s,-MADAME MENTOR, 220, Beaeh Farm-road, Southsea. [532-1-6 YCLES, CYCLES! BARGAINS 1,500 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, Gent's Pneumatic Safeties. Marvellous Prices. 500 Ladies' New, latest 1900 pattern. Single Machine at Wholesale Price. Write for Large List; Post Free to anyone. Agents wanted. Marvellous Bargains. Send for List.—WARRILOW AND Co., Cycle Manufacturers, Weston-super- Mare. [544-19-10 DAYIES' BALSAM OF HONEY for Coughs. Cold*, Asthma, TiqhtaeM of tba Chest, Ac.— prepared only by J. Da vim, Dispensing Cbemist, 30, Hiffli-streat. Swansea. Til THE SWANSEA MERCANTILE SANE, LIMITBD, 18, PARK-STREET, SWANSEA. Y,3 TO £500 CASH ADVANCED to all Classes of Tradesmen, Professional Men, and respectable Householders, upon their OWN NOTE OF HAND and all kinds of Securities. PAYMENTS to suit Borrowers. Applications promptly attended to by 5 H. B. JONES. MANAGER. SALES BY AUCTION. By Messrs. John 14. Leeder & Son. SALE OF HIGH-CLASS LINENS, &c. MESSRS. JOHN M. LEEDER AND SON, instructed by ROBINSON'S, Belfast Linen Merchants, will SELL BY AUCTION, at the SWANSEA AUCTION ROOMS, 46, Waterloo-street, Swansea, on TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, and FRIDAY, May 15th, 16ch, 17th, and 18th, 1900, commencing at 11.30 a.m. each day, a large consignment of fine IRISH LINENS from the Belfast Manufacturers, and LACE CURTAINS in BRITISH, SWISS, and BRUSSELS make. The Stock consists of BLEACHED DAMASK TABLE CLOTHS, UNBLEACHED TABLE CLOJ HS, Fine BLEACHED TABLE DAMASK by the yard, the New UNBLEACHED DAMASK with White Pattern, making a pretty effect; DAMASK SERVIETTES, in Fish, Afternoon, Tea, and Dinner sizes DAMASK TRAY CLOTHS, in White and Fancy Coloured Borders; DUCHESSE and CENTRE CLOTHS, embroi- dered in Linen, beautiful designs; BEDROOM, BATH-ROOM, and KITCHEN TOWELS, in Linen, Huckaback, and Turkish TOILET COVERS in all Be8t Makes; CHECKED TEA CLOTHS and GLASS CLOTHS; PLAIN and FRILLED PILLOW and BOLSTER COVERS; SATIN CLOTH, MARCELLA, HONEYCOMB, and the NEW SCOTCH DAMASK QUILTS; QUILTS in the HIGHEST CLASS GOODS, and of every Variety; HEM-STITCH LINEN SHEETS; LINEN and COTTON SHEETINGS; EMBROIDERED LINEN BED SPREADS; LINEN DIAPER; CHECK LINEN for Fancy Aprons; LADIES' and GENTLEMEN'S FINE LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS in Plain and Hem- stitched DOWN QUILTS by the Finest Makers. LACE CURTAINS suitable for the Drawing- room, Dining-room, Bedroom, and the Cottage, in some very beautiful designs, consisting of British Makes, Real Swiss, Guipure, Brussels, and Point d'Art. Madras Muslins by the yard, also in the Curtains in great variety. Sale each day at 11.30 a.m. On view on Mon- day from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Auctioneers' Offices, 45, Waterloo-street, Swansea. GOWER, GLAMORGANSHIRE. In the PARISH of RHOSSILY (formerly Penmaen), distant about 12 miles from Killay Station on the L & N.W. Railway, and within 17 miles by road from the Market Town and I Port of Swansea. All that MANOR OR LORDSHIP OF PAVILAND, MANOR OR LORDSHIP OF PAVILAND, With the rights and privileges belonging thereto; together with an important and highly desirable FREEHOLD FARM known as PAVILAND," comprising a well-arranged HOMESTEAD, with Farmhouse and commodious Outbuildings, and about 364 ACRES of SOUND ARABLE AND PASTURE LAND lying well to the sun, the greater portion with southern aspect; let to Mr. J. Gordon as yearly tenant at a rental of X167 10s. per annum. The compact FREEHOLD FARM known 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 LAND let to Mr. C. Morgan on a yearly tenancy at an annual rental of £20. All those SIX FREEHOLD FIELDS known as "DANIEL'S HILL," on the main road adjoining Pilton Green, embrac- ing an area of 33! AVREI:! or thereabouts, together with a four-roomed COTTAGE, garden and out- buildings let to Mr. C. Morgan on a yearly tenancy at J615 per annum. A FREEHOLD GROUND RENT of Two shillings and sixpence per annum, with the valu- able REVERSION IN 20 YEARS, ari.ing out of and secured by IMMANUEL CHAPEL, and Minister's House adjoining, fronting the main road, and adjacent to Paviland Farm together with a FREEHOLD GARDEN of about Half-an- Acre in the rear of Immanuel Chapel, let to Rev. D. Edwards on a yearly tenancy at 91 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 by PUBLIC AUC- 110N the above-mentioned I FREEHOLD FARMS AND LAND at the HOTEL METROFOLE, WIND-STREET, SWANSEA, on WEDNESDAY, May 16th, 1900, at 2.30 o'clock in the afternoon. The Properties may be viewed on application to the respective tenants. Detailed Particulars with Plan and Conditions of Sale may be obtained when ready of Mr. J. A JENKINS, Estate Agent, Longlands-place. Swansea of Messrs. BEOR & PLANT, Solicitors, Temple-street Swansea and of the AUCTION- EERS at their Offices, 46, Waterloo-street, Swansea. [0129 IMPORTANT SALE OF FREEHOLD AND LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES IN THE BOROUGH OF LOUGHOR, GLAMORGANSHIRE. By Order of the Trustees and Executors of the I late Benjamin Jones, Esq., of Llanelly, and D. H. Jones, Esq., of Swansea. MESSRS. JOHN M. LEEDER and SON will SELL by AUCTION, at the HOTEL METROPOLE, Wind-street, Swansea, on WEDNESDAY, May 16th, 1900, at 2.30 o'clock in the afternoon. Two VALUABLE FREEHOLD RESIDENCES, known as PEN-Y-BAILEY and the SANCTUARY. THREE FREEHOLD PUBLIC HOUSES, known as THE KING'S BRIDGE, THE RED LION, and THE GEORGE. FREEHOLD GROUND RENT, secured by a Dwelling-house, adjoining the Cross Keys Inn. ELIGIBLE FREEHOLD BUILDING PLOTS, with frontages to the Swansea main road, in PEN- Y-BAILEY MEADOW, and other Fields. A COMPACT FREEHOLD FARM, known as VKENAL-UCHAT also a Number of Detached Freehold Fields. FOUR LEASEHOLD FIELDS, known as CAE-PISTILL, and the Site of tLe Ancient Castle and Encampment of Loughor- THIRTEEN COTTAGES, known as THE ROUND HOUSE, PICADILLY, APSLEY HOUSE, and the STEMMING COTTAGES, together with an important Corner Business Premises, occupied by Mr. Charles Harris, Grocer. The respective Lots may be seen on application to the Tenants. Full detailed Particulars, with Plans and Con- ditions of Sale, may be had when ready on application to G. F. JONES, ESQ., 12, Old Jewry- chambers, London or to the AUCTIONEERS, 46, Waterloo-street, Swansea. [0130 AUCTION ANNOUNCEMENTS. ALFRED YEMMJ AUCTIONEER AND CERTIFICATED BAILIFF, OF ALBION HOUSE, TYWITH, MAESTEG 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 TT LANDILO.—Copies of the "CAMBRIAN" JLj may be obtained of Messrs. W. H. SMITH and SON, at the Railway Station. SALES BY AUCTION. 1 Bv Mr. David Roberts. I TO CAPITALISTS, INVESTORS, AND OTHERS. IMPORTANT SALE OF LEASEHOLD PROPERTY. MR- DAVID ROBERTS has received in- structions from the Executors of the late Mr. William Davies to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION at the ROYAL HOTEL, SWANSEA, on TUESDAY, May 15th, 1900, the following TalnabLEASEHOLD PROPERTY, viz. LOT I.-All those valuable SHOP and DWELLING-HOUSES, Nos. 78 and 79, CARMARTHEN-ROAD, SWANSEA. No. 78, CARMARTHEN-ROAD, is a dwelling-house and shop, containing 4 rooms, let at 10s. per week to Mr. J. West. No. 79, CARMARTHEN-ROAD IS a dwelling-house and shop, containing 4 rooms, worth to let 9s. per week at present in hand. These premises are held under an underlease for a term of 99 years from the 26th of September, 1819, at an annual ground rent of £5. LOT 2.—All those TWO LEASEHOLD MESSUAGES OR DWELLING-HOUSES, situate and being Nos. 5 and 6, WAUNWEN- TERRACE, SWANSEA, each containing 5 rooms, and now in the respective occupations of Messrs. C. Jones and — Thomas, at weekly rentals of 5s. 6d. each. These premises are held under a lease for a term of 75 years from the 25th day of March, 1867, at an annual ground rent of £34s. LOT 3. — All that MESSUAGE OR DWELLING-HOUSE, known as No. 1,362, NEATH-ROAD, SWANSEA, containing six rooms, and now in the occupation of Mr. Gobb at a weekly rental of 6s. These premises are held under an underlease for an estate of three lives and term of 99 years computed from the 29th day of September, 1867 (except the last eight days thereof), at an annual ground rent of £1 14s. LOT 4.—EIGHT .£50 METROPOLITAN BANK SHARES £ 5 each share paid. Sale to commence at three o'clock in the after- neon. For further particulars apply to the AUCTIONEER at his Offices, 19, Heathfield- street, Swansea or to Messrs. HARTLAND, ISAAC & WATKINS, Solicitors, Rutland-street, Swansea. [0123 By Xr. D. Morgan. MAESLLYDAN HALL, Distant 1 Mile From Llandovery. HIGHLY IMPORTANT SALE OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. MR. D. MORGAN has received instructions from the Executor of the late Mr. J. Morgan, to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the above place, on WEDNESDAY, MAY 23,1900, all the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS, Consisting of DINING ROOM.—1 6ft. mahogany sideboard, 1 mahogany chiffonier, 1 mahogany extending dining table (7ft. 6in. by 4ft.), 1 excellent oak inlaid secretair desk and bookcase, 1 mahogany sofa, 2 easy chairs, 1 corner chair, 2 high-baek chairs, 3 small mahogany chairs, 1 small mahogany table, 1 round do., fire screen, 1 gilt pier glass, 2 very old engravings in pollard oak frames, 3 pictures, 2 window poles and hangings, 4 table lamps, inkstand, clock, cruet stand complete, fender and fire irons, oilcloth and carpet, hearthrug, table covers, mats, ornaments and books. DRAWING ROOM.—1 maBsive rosewood couch, 1 walnut do., 1 easy chair, 1 arm do., 5 small chairs to match, 1 Chippendale antique table (mahogany), 1 black and gold side table, 1 marble-top fancy table, 1 mahogany whatnot, 1 papier-mache draught-pattern table, 1 folding do. large gilt mirror (on stand), gilt overmantel, brass fender and fire irons, 2 window poles and hangings, 12 pictures, 4 wall brackets, quantity of old china, 1 square of Brussels carpet (equal to new), hearthrug. HALL.—1 massive old panelled oak coffer, mahogany square table, 2 old oak chairs, 1 mahogany folding butler's tray, umbrella stand, small fancy table, mats, stair carpet, brass stair rods. BEDROOM No. 1.—1 massive iron bedstead with spring mattress, 2 feather beds, 1 mahogany chest of drawers, 1 mahogany marble-top wash- stand and ware, massive mahogany cheval glass, gentleman's oak wardrobe, 1 painted do., mahogany bedsteps, towel rail, mahogany table (on pedestal), oval toilet glass, linen chest with 3 drawers, hip bath, papier-mache table, pictures, loo table, fender, carpets, mats, oak chair, soiled clothes basket. BEDROOM No. 2.—1 mahogany wardrobe, 1 circle marble-top washstand, 1 toilet table, 1 side table, 1 mahogany half-tester bedstead (with curtains), straw Ipalliase, flock mattress, towel rail, 4 bedroom chairs (with cushions), mahogany toilet glass, soiled clothes basket, picture, wall brackets, carpet. BEDROOM No. 3.—1 lady's walnut wardrobe, 1 iron half-tester bedstead and curtains, 1 straw palliase, washstand and ware, toilet table, 2 toilet looking-glasses, 2 chairs, towel rail carpet. BEDROOM No. 4.—1 chest of drawers, 1 painted do., iron bedstead, 1 straw palliase, washatand and ware, dressing table, towel rail, 2 chairs toilet glass, foot pan. BEDROOM No. 5.—1 painted chest of drawers, 1 iron bedstead, mattress, feather bed, bolster and pillows, bed clothes, washstand and ware, dressing table, looking-glass, towel rail, chair, soiled clothes basket. BEDROOM No. 6.—1 iron half-tester bedstead, mattress, washstand and ware, dressing table, towel rail, looking-glass, 2 baths, fender, 2 chairs, stand, clock. BEDROOM No. 7.-Half-tester iron bedstead, mattress, 4 chairs, small movable billiard table (with cues and balls). KITCHEN.—Square table and bench, shelves and dresser, 1 dinner service, settle, large ware cupboard, 1 old oak coffer, 1 small do., 1 easy chair, 2 old oak chairs, 1 oak round table, 1 corner cupboard, 1 deal shelves and dresser, brass preserving pan, bed warmer, scales, meat covers, market basket, teapots, coffee pots. BACK KITCREN.-Macgle, washing machine, cupboard, square table, iron plank, earthenware pans, frying pan, dripping do., meat safe, 3 garden seats, lawn tennis roller, and various other articles too numerous for insertion. Sale to commence at 12 o'clock noon. Credit on conditions. Talog, Llandovery, May 4th, 1900. 10142 gBANZBY W. OLIVER, AUCTIONEER, VALUER, LAND, ESTATE AND COMMISSION AGENT. OFFICES: 26, CASTLE STREET, SWANSEA, MORRISTON AND LLANELLY. E. B. TINSLA Y & CO., BOOKBINDERS AND ACCOUNT BOOK MAKERS, HAS now REMOVED to more Commodious ft Premises at 23, UNION-STREET, SWANSEA. MACHINE RULING DON* ON THE PREMISES £ 1 TIFF'S STARCH. STIFF'S STARCH. gTIFF'S STARCH. gTIFF'S STARCH. gTIFF'S STARCH. gTIFF'S STARCH. STIFF'S STARCH. gTIFF'S STARCH. STIFF'S STARCH. QTIFF'S STARCH. gTIFF'S STARCH. gTIFF'S STARCH. Bold In lib. Picture Boxes Sold In 5lb. Packets. Trade Kark-Queea Bess. Uniform Quality. Warranted Pure. Most Economical. Imparts an Exquisite &1011 Makes Linen Look like 2Tew. For Collars. For Wristbands. For Shirt Fronts. For tfeckties. For Caps. For Ouffs. For Lace. For Linen. For Muslins. For Curtains. For Table Olotbs. Ask for Stiff's Starch. Note the Caution Label. Observe the Trade Mark See Dr. Ha"all,e TfttimonlLL Bold by Druggists. Sold by Oilmen. Estamsnea 1818. Wholesale-STIFF A Co., REDCLIFF-STREET BRISTOL. 1179 Estamsnea 1813. Wholesale—STIFF A Co., REDCLIFF-STREET BRISTOL. 1179 EVERY facility at the CAMBRIAN Offic for executing: all kinds of Printing Excellence in Quality and Moderation in price always studied. Estimates free. EDUCATIONAL. ECHNICAL INSTRUCTION J. COMMITTEE OF THE GLAMORGAN COUNTY COUNCIL. FREE STUDENTSHIPS and MAINTEN- ANCE SCHOLARSHIPS, established under the provisions of the Technical Instruction Act, and tenable at the UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF SOUTH WALES AND MONMOUTHSHIRE, CARDIFF. j 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 1st, 1900. [0131 LANGLAND BA1. GIRLS' BOARDING & DAY SCHOOL BELLEYUE, LANG-LAND NXAB BWAHSEA. I PRINCIPALs-The MISSES PHILLIPS, Assisted by Resident Certificated English ADd Foreign Governesses and Visitine Masters, I j. reparation for Local Examinations. Summer Term beagn TUESDAY, May 1st. The House is pleasantly situated in its own grounds on a hill, and overlooking the sea. f6412 DANCING, CALISTHENICS, SPANISH AND PHYSICAL EXERCISES, GEDNEY HOUSE, ST. HELEN'S-ROAD. ISS CRAVEN'S CLASSES are held at her MISS CRAVEN'S CLASSES are held at her 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 College, Carmarthen, and the Mumbles. Private Lessons. 18 TPM, M E R 8 T O N HOUSE ROSS-ON-WYE. HIGH-CLASS SCHOOL FOR 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 I. 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, University Locals, Associated Board (Royal Academy and Royal College of Music), Trinity College, College of Violinists, Diploma (Teachers) and other examinations. JJANGLAND COLLEGE, (2 A 4, HAKTFIXLD SqtrARs), EASTBOURNE. PATRONS: The Right Honourable the Lord Aberdare. The Bight Rev. the Lord Bishop of Peterborough. Lady Gal ton. Lady Llewelyn. Sir John T. Dillwyo Llewelyn, Bart., M.P., F.R.3. Sir John Jones Jenkins, M.P. Sir Owen Roberts, M.A., D.C.L. And Others. PRINCIPAL— MISS Mó E. VINTER, B.Sc., Senior Op time. Mathematical Tripos, Cambridge. Certificated Student in Honours and Scholar of GHrton College, Cambridge. Associate and, Arnott Scholar of Bedford College, London. Riding, Cycling, Swimming, Tennis; Large and Well-fitted Gymnasium. f 11229 KYN HAULOG, L AN GLAND-ROAD, MUMBLES. DAY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS A 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-commenced 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 ClaaseB. fOlll 48, W ALT.ER ROAD, SWANSEA. rPTVrTT) 4 T THE MISSES BONNETT. SUMMER TERM commenced 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, olose to beach and parks. Summer TERM commenced MAY 2nd. THE 80UTH WAIVES SCHOOL FOR T GIRLS, SUMMBRFIELD HALL, MAESYCWMMER, CARDIFF. PB.INCIPAL :tMRs. 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 TAUNTON SCHOOL, Formerly INDEPENDENT COLLEGE. A HIGH-CLASS PUBLIC SCHOOL FOR BOYS HEAD MASTER :—C. D. WHITTAKER, Esq. M.A. t L.L.M. (Catub.), B.A. A B.Sc. (London). A THOROUGH COMMERCIAL A CLASSICAL EDUCATION. SEVERAL SCHOLARSHIPS. FEES FROM JE11 PER TERM. ALBERT GOODMAN, Seoretary. Term commenced MAY 3rd. PONTARDAWE. TANYRALLT SCHOOL. Preparation for all examinations. Special attention to backward boys. Healthy situation. Home oomforts. Good diet. Moderate terms. Excellent references.-Apply to MR. ASTLEY SAMUEL. Sohool Re-opened on MONDAY, May 7th, 1900. CHEPSTOW GRAMMAR SCHOOL The well-known Old Private School. Thirty years' successful work. Modern Course, Languages, Science, Surveys, Accounts. Fine bracing climate beautiful scenery. GEORGE DEWDNEY, B.A. C. DEWDNEY, B.A. EDUCATIONAL. FRENCH LESSONS by highly-qualified and experienced FRENCH LADY. Intending visitors Paris Exhibition rapidly coached.- MADAME GRINDA, 62, Brunswick-street, Swansea. [13606-15-6 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.0. (1898 and 1899); A.T.C.L. (1898 and 1899); and Fifteen Associated Board Certificates at the last two Examinations. MR. DONALD W. LOTT (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, WALTKR-ROAD. M RS. 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, Theory of Music, Ac. 2444 Lessons resumed on THURSDAY, May 3. MR. TOMLINSON, TEACHER OF THB VIOLIN & PIANO, IS prepared to supply ORCHESTRAS for CONCERTS, BALLS, and ENTERTAIN- MENTS in general. MR. A. TOMLINSON receives PUPILS for VIOLONCELLO. Terms on Application- 25, ST. HELEN'S ROAD, [6810 SWANSEA- FIRST-CLASS HOTELS. CAMERON ARMS HOTEL, c SWANSBA. COMMERCIAL, COFFEE, AND SMOKEf ROOMS, BANQUETING HALL, BILLIARDS. MODERATE CHARGES. ORDINARY DAILY from 1 to 2.30..2s. inclusive For Particulars and Tariff apply to the 13317] MANAGERESS. R OYAL HOTEL, SWANSEA I FIRST CLASS FAMILY and COMMERCIAL 1 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. BRIGHTON.—GRAND HOTEL. Centre Of sea front. Elsctric light throughout. Lift to al floors. Bicycle room. Inclusive terms, if desired from 12s. 6d. per day. Hobdan'c Royal Sea Water Baths, adjoining the Hotel and recently purchased, are available on specisl terms to guests. For particulars apply to A. D. HOOK. Manager. SHIPPING. ALLAN LINE STEAMERS. To CANADA AND THE UNITED STATES. SAILINGS FROllI LIVERPOOL 8.8. Corean, for St. John's, Halifax, and Philadelphia.. May 14th s.s. Numidian, for Quebec & Montreal May 17th s.s. Corinthian, for Quebec and Montreal.. May 24th Via Londonderry. Saloon l'are from ÆI0. 2nd Cabin 117, Steerage £ b. Through Tickets to all points at special rates. CANADA.—Handbook*, naps, rates, and full particulars frae on application to ALLAN BROTKKBS A Co., 19. Jamas strset, Liverpool; or to T. W. R. 39ABOw Co.. z. tonrnt-ttteet; W. M. Viiieai*, Salubriotn- plaoe, Wind-street, Swansea. IRELAND AND SCOTLAND. SWANSEA TO BELFAST AND GLASGOW. First-class Passenger STEAMERS are intended to Bail from SHED No. 1, SOUTH DOCK BASIN, SWAN VIA, To Belfast every Wednesday p.m. tide. To Glasgow every Wednesday A Friday p.m. tide. FARM: Belfast Cabin, 17/6 Steerage, 10/- Glasgow „ 20/- „ 12/6 Return Tickets,Fare-and-a-half, available for Six Month*. SPECIAL SUHKER RETUBX FARtS Belfast 20/- available for 1 month. Glasgow. 25/. „ 14 days. The Beat Route to Portrusk, Giants' Causeway, the Highlands and Islands of Scotland to the Isle of Man, via Belfast. Gaide Book and all information from M. JONBIi BRO.. Aamts, Swansea. Bl[t'A-N S B Y'S Lo- MumBLES. SAMPLES POST CHOSEN FOR THE i'M'Rd. CORN OISBEUR. HUXDREDS OT TESTIMOniALS HP A RECEIVED. A- AI A KJ • Extra choice carefully selected Teas of the finest ftrades only. In half-chests, caddy boxes, tins, and ead packets. Specially digestive Tea (No. 4 blend), has won golden opinions. It is mild in flavour and free from acid or thickness, whilst possessing all the stimulating properties sought for in a cup of tea. To be had of first-class Groears, Confectioners and Chemists, or FRANK BRANMY, Tea MMrehtnt, Kunbles, R.S.O., Glam. 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, 8s. per pair. New Glasses put in Lamps. Saddlers supplied with all materials. SADDLERY COMPANY ALEXANDRA-ROAD, SWANSEA. PATRONISED ^J^J^JOBY ROYALTY. TOM B ARRON, ROYAL FLORIST AND BOUQUETIST, 7, OXFORD-STREET. WREATHS, CROSSES, Ac., Unequalled in Arrangement. Composed of Choicest Flowers Fresh Crt from the Gardens at Blackpill. INSPECTION INVITED. PLEASE ORlJRB EABLT. Telewramø-" Barron. Swansea." LL. & T. BULLIN, HEATHFIELD AND FFYNONE MEWS SWANSEA. Beg to state that they have added to their Business New Funeral Carria es completely. Telephone No. 65. [4 6, CASTLE STREET (Corner of Temple-street), SWANSEA. DAVID THOMAS Castla-street), WATCHMAKER, JEWELLER, SILVERSMITH & OPTICIAN, In opening at the above address, beps to solicit the favour of your kind patronage. A fine Assortment of WEDDING, KEEPER &- ENGAGEMENT RINGS, also Suitable WEDDING PRESENTS. All Goods at Lowest Possible Prices, consistent with High-class Quality. Repairs of every description promptly attended to. NO HOUSE EQUALS DOWN & SON FOR RELIABLE FUR N ITU BE. THEY ARE THE LARGEST MAKERS BY MACHINERY .IN WALES, AVE THE MOST EXTENSIVE STOCK TO SELECT FROM, AND GIVE THE BEST POSSIBLE VALUE. C A. R PET SMA D E AND LAID FREE. ESTABLISHED NEARLY HALF A CENTURY. HIGH STREET & MORRIS LANE. SWANSEA. DAN MORGAN, LTD., THE "UP-TO-DATE" CYCLE AGENTS. 4 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. DAN MORGAN for the Best Free Wheel Cycles in the Trade. DAN MORGAN for First-Class Cycle Repairing. DAN MORGAN for Cycle Repairing at Lowest Charges. DAN MORGAN for Cycle Enamelling and Plating. DAN MORGAN for Cycle Building. Racers a Speciality. DAN MORGAN for Cycles Built to your own Specification. DAN MORGAN for Royal Enfield" Cycles. DAN MORGAN for Raleigh" Cycles. DAN 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. <W* « MILLIONS DRINK TOWER TEA. -0- VljVi THE PUREST AND BEST. IN packets only- WlflNEVEiBr AGENTS EVERYWHERE. jtllftCKAfiE Wholesale TOWER TEA, LTD., n- £ £ !rp' C. ROWLAND, CONTRACTOR TO THE SWANSEA HARBOUR TRUSTEES, AND HAULAGE CONTRACTOR TO THE MIDLAND AND OTHER RAILWAY COMPANIES, ruieiAPHic ADDBKSB— 17 CRTMRPCPT "DT A FI P LOCOMOTIVE." -LL) O U irl EL IVO RJ 1 1 A L HI. 397 f) JOHN S. BROWN, H GENERAL and FURNISHING HJ IRONMONGER, MM OXFORD-ST.. Hif FOR PRICES LARGEST SELECTION. y/ JOHN S. BROWN. CARRIAGE WORKS, FISHER-STREET, SWANSEA. JOHN JONES & CO.. CARRIAGE BUILDERS. Orders for New Work, General Repairs, Painting', Trimming £ c nromntlv •irUndad NOMM. India E«bb«t t,™ „D J th. Sl-d.K8ii IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. "THE CAMBRIAN" OFFICE 18 HOW REPLETE WITH BVBBY FACILITY FOB TURNING OUT PRINTING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION IN THE BEST STYLE, AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE, AT THE MOST REASONABLE PRICE. WELSH PRINTING A SPECIALITY. ESTIMATES FREE. "THE CAMBRIAN" OFFICE 58. WIND-STREET, S 'V, I I I I A. 1
IJO YAL HOTEL,1 SWANSEA. PRIVATE SITTING ROOMS 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.
fllOTEL ]\j[ETK0P0LE SWANSEA. MAGNIFICENT PUBLIC ROOMS. 100 BEDROOMS. A TABLE D'HOTE LUNCHEON — 12.30 to 2.30. DINNER — 6.30 to 8.30 GRILL ROOM. GEORGE DIXON, Mana er.