JfcOYAL HOTEL, 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.
fjJOTEL lYf ETROPOLE SWANSEA. MAGNIFICENT PUBLIC ROOMS. 100 BEDROOMS. A TABLE D'HOTE:- LUNCHEON — 12.30 to 2.38. DINNER — 6.30 to 8.30 GRILL ROOM. GEORGE DIXON, Mana er.
TELEPHONE 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. Stale of Cljargcs 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, &c. O A S WORDS, 1 t INCLUDING ADDRESS, j VF and THREEPENCE for every additional EIGHT words. 3 Consecutive Insertions for the price of 2. Ø" When not prepaid THREEPENCE PER LINE "R INSERTION will be charged. Remittances may be made with Halfpenny Postage Stamps or Postal Orders. Address all communications to THE MANAGER, "THE CAMBRIAN NEWS- TAPER," SWANSEA. THOSE having HOUSES TO LET OR SELL, or APARTMENTS TO LET, whether m town or country, should send an ADVERTISE- MENT to THE CAMBRIAN." This paper is one of the best mediums for this purpose. Prepaid Terms 24 words, Sixpence three times for One Shilling. Office, 58, Wind-street, Swansea. LOST. "I" OST from a Brake, between Newton Nottage I J and Bridgend, on Sunday, May 6th one patent Lamp Socket, complete. Finder will be rewarded upon returning same to WILLIAMS, Caerau, Maesteg, or to RICHARD HOWE, -ToDy Sailor," Newton Nottage. [0157 LAND TO LET. SPLENDID BUILDING SITES, Freehold and Leasehold: town water, motor cars pass •state; terms moderate.—Apply Mr W.NICHOLS, Woodvill, Eversley-road, Sketty. TO LET, convenient Piece of LAND adjoining Royal Metal Exchange and opposite New post Office. Swansea, suitable for OFFICES or RESTAURANT.—Apply, The Cambrian Oft^ SwanBea. HOUSES TO LET. TO LET^SmalTl^RNl^HED HOUSE in convenient part of Uplands, with bath, attendance, good cooking, &c.-For particulars apply, 25, BBTM-ROAD. [12852-8-6 MUMBLES. —~FUTUSTSHE d HOUSE TO LET, facing the sea, Main-road, near giwt-ioli. 3 reception and 6 bedrooms.-Apply „se BEV4.N 1, Claremont-villas, Mumblps. JS1KS. [13813-8-6 PROSPECT-VILLAS. TO LETT FUR- J m NISHED APARTMENTS. Sitting and bedrooms, bath room. Thorough sanitary arrangements. Terms moderate. CAPTAIN BALL 1 Prospect-villas, Castleton, Mumbles. [13815-8-6 TO BE LET, SEVERAL HOUSES in CWMDONKIN- TERRACE.—Apply to MARQUISS AND JENKINS, Auctioneers, &c., 14, Fisher-street, Swansea. 1 VILLA RESIDENCE, BETNMILL- • CRESCENT.—Apply to MARQUISS AND JENKINS, Auctioneers, &c., 14, Fisher- street, Swansea. 1 HOUSE SITUATE at CHURCH PARK-ROAD, TINTERN-ROAD, SKETTY. Contains 6 rooms and scullery, garden just laid out and mostly planted, water, house in good order and condi- tion. Rent, 5s. 6d. per week inclusive.—Apply to MARQUISS AND JENKINS, Auctioneers, &c., 14, Fisher-street. Swansea. [0174-8-6 ^"70 Stacey-road; rent £ 40 per annum.— m Sessions (Limited), Peiiarth-road, Car- diff. 7 T' O LETrCLOTH HALL, MOUNTAIN ASH business premises position central suit any trade.—H. EVANS. [561-25-5 I M* UMBLES.' To" LET, FURNISHED HOUSE for one, two or three months. Convenient and picture-que situation. Terms moderate.—Apply, ZERO." Office of The Cam- brian, Wind-street, Swansea. T~K>RTEYNON.—HOUSE TO LET. Good Jtr situation, near sea.—Apply, CHARLES, Cambrian Office. [13607-25-5 TO BE LET, a Desirable DETACHED 1 RESIDENCE, containing 3 reception rooms 5 bedrooms, boxroom, bathroom, kitchens five minutes' walk from Post Omce.—Apply. Mr. W. RICHARD GLYN THOMAS, 64, Wind-street. Swansea. [13808-25-5 TO BE LET, PREMISES off HIGH-STUEET, Ground floor, 39ft. by 21ft.; first floor, 69ft. by 21ft. Suitable for warehouse or factory. 69ft. by 21ft. Suitable tor warehouse or factory. -Apply. Mr. W. RICHARD GLYN THOMAS, 64, Willd-street, Swansea. [13809-25-5 fpO BE LET, LOCK-UP SHOPS, HIOH- 1 STBSST ARCADE. Good business position. Moderate rental. Apply, Mr. W. RICHARD GL YN THOMAS. 64, Wind-st., Swansea.[13810-25-5 TO BE LET or SOLD, No. 14, BAY VIEW- CRESCENT 9 rooms.—Full particulars, W. RICHARD GLYN THOMAS, 64, Wind-street. -25-5 T NGL AN~3 BAY —To be LET. on 24th 1 j 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- 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. u [13406-25-5 TO 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, oontainiug 9 rooms, bath-room, good garden, planted with vegetables and fruit I trees dry situation; plentiful supply of good water on the main road to Gower; conveyances to Swansea hourly.—Apply, DANIEL JAMES. Cambrian-place, Sketty. [0105 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 hor?es, coachhouse and accommodation for man. Tennis lawn, vegetable garden, orchard.—Apply, S. C. JOHNSON, 1, Mount-street, Swansea. 22-6 UMBLES -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. APARTMENTS TO LET. COMFORTABLE APARTMENTS to LET C near the sea, at 57, TRAFALGAR-TERRACE, Swansea. Moderate terms. [13807-18-5 URNISHED APART MENTS TO LET, Main-road, facing the sea, near Station. Attendance.-Apply Miss E. THOMAS, 5, Walter-terrace, Mumbles. [13814-8-6 URNISHED APARTMENTS, 2 sitting F rooms, 3 bedrooms, near the Beach. Terms moderate.—6, RUSSELL-STREET, St. Helen's- road, Swansea. [13816-8-6 BOARD and RESIDENCE offered in a COMFORTABLE BOARDING-HOUSE. 5 minutes walk from Station. Mountain air, shooting, trout fishing and driving. Good cuisine. Special arrangements for permanency. -F. MAESCARNOG, Cray, R.S.O., Breconshire. [475-31-8 P ARTME NTS TO ALL HAVING A 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 Newt papers 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, aud West Wales generally. Names of papers- Ley ton. 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 HOTELS TO LET. 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 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.-An experienced and reliable MAN who can design, erect, and start plant for Henderson's or other Wet Copper Extraction Process in America. A good tee will be given to a suitable man.-Apply by letter, giving full particulars of former experience and references to G.F.W., care of Deacons Advertising Offices, Leadenhall-street, London  3611-18-5 ANTED, EXPERIENCED HOUSEMAID, tV at once.-Apply to Mrs. CLEEVES, Sketty. L13413-25-5. ANTED, a good GENERAL SERVANT, W from 18 to 25; the older preferred; accustomed to public-house business. Apply, MRS. PHILLIPS, General Pioton Inn, Nantyffyllon, Maesteg. [0106 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS. ADIES'TGents' and Children's LEFT-OFF CLOTHING BOUGHT; Gents' Dress Suits and Fanny 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 has REMOVED TO No. 18, CASTLE STREET, (over MASTERS & CO.,) SWANSEA. TIMBER BUSINESS. GOOD 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, Caeparc, Pontardulais. 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. [13568 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 gaiden, small stasshou-.e, 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 with hot and cold water, and is within a miie of railway station.—Full particulars of D. EDWARD THOMAS, Victoria-place, Haverford- west. 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 QMACK "for SALE or HIRE. Good QMACK "for SALE or HIRE. Good condition and well found. Lying Barry Dock.—For particulars and price, 3R apply to MANAGER, 14, Picton-place, 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. f 13604-25-5 PIANOFORTE, Walnut Case, Iron Framp, P trichord check action panel front little used; only £ 16 cash.-CHARLES EADON, 53. Brunswick-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. [13405-29-6 GLAZING LINEN LIKETCHINA, without polishing irons (guaranteed), six stamps. 19,786 testimonials.—MADAME MENTOR, 220, Beach 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 Price-. 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. WAREILOW AND Co., Cycle Manufacturers, Weaton-super- Mare. [544-19-10 MISCELLANEOUS SALES. ifcOJTAR" CYCLES. Guaranteed twelve lO months. MODEL A.—= £ 12 12s. Od. net cash. Light Roadster, 301bs., or Road Racer, 271bs., exclusive of free-wheel and back pedal brake (lilbs.). Dunlop Tyres and Westwood Rims. Gear 81 inch or order. MODEL B.- £ 30 10s. Od. net cash. MODEL C.— £ 8 10s. Od. net cash. Road Racer, gear 81 inch, large chain wheel, light and strong. On view at GWALIA HOUSE, CAERAU (Mr. W. Thomas, draper), and at No. 29, ROCK-STREET, MAESTEG (near Carmel Chapel). Supplied on the gradual payment system. Machine is delivered after first instal- ment has been accepted.—Agent for Maesteg and District, D. LEWIS JAMES, 29, Rock-street, Maesteg. SALES BY AUCTION. Bv Mr. David Roberts. IMPORTANT SALE OF GENERAL AND FURNISHING IRONMONGERY. TO IRONMONGERS, HOUSEHOLDERS OTHERS. MR. DAVID ROBERTS has been favoured with instructions from Mr. Richard Beynon, who is giving up business, to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at No. 1, WIND-STREET, CASTLE-SQUARE, SWANSEA, on TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, and THURSDAY, MAY 22nd, 23rd, and 24th, 1900, the whole of the Stock of the General and Furnishing IRONMONGERY Consisting of fenders, fire irons and brasses, travelling trunks, hat and bonnet boxes, enamelled ware, tin ware, including fish kettles, tea kettles, coffee and tea pots, Japanned coal vases, coal scuttles, candlesticks, canisters, etc., tinned and enamelled iron saucepans and kettles, boilers, etc., garden tools, carpenters', masons', smiths', plasterers', shipwrights' and moulders' tools, wire goods, including parrot cages, bird and rat cages, rabbit, bird and rat traps, table and pocket knives, scissors and razors, nickel-silver spoons, forks, electro-plated do do. cruets, tea pots and toast racks, etc., brushes of all descriptions, guns, revolvers, powder and shot, lamp glasses, oils, paints and colours, stoves, etc. Sale to commence each day at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. For further particulars apply to the AUCTIONEER, at his offices, 19, Heathfield-street, Swansea. [0161 By Mr. A. S. T. Lucas. TO INVESTORS, PROPERTY OWNERS AND OTHERS. SALE OF VALUABLE LEASEHOLD DWELLING-HOUSE, Situate in the Parish of Oystermouth. MR. ARTHUR S. T. LUCAS has been instructed by the owner to offer for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION (Subject to such condi- tions as shall there and then be produced), at the MARINE HOTEL, MUMBLES, on MONDAY, MAY 21st, 1900, the following desirable and well- situated leasehold DWELLING-HOUSE AND PREMISES. All that leasehold dwelling-house and premises, situate and being No. 1 (the corner house) in ROCK-TERRACE, CHURCH PARK, in the Parish of Oystermouth, having a frontage of 15ft. 6in. or thereabouts, and a whole depth of 106ft. or thereabouts, and now in the occupation of Mrs. Goodland, who pays the very low annual rent of JE15 together with all rates and taxes. The house is well-built, and has a slated pine end, and contains on the ground floor 2 sitting rooms, kitchen and scullery, coal house and out- side w.c., garden and side entrance into the private lane adjoininsr the property on the 1st floor there are 3 good bedrooms and w.c., and on the 2nd floor there are 2 bedrooms. The property is held on lease for a term of 99 years from the 29th day or September, 1868 except the last day thereof), and is subject to the exceptionally low ground rent of X2 7s. Od. per annum. j The Auctioneer calls the attention of Investors and others to this sale, as the property is in one | of the best situations in the Mumbles, being close to the village and the bays, aud always commands a desirable tenant a former tenant having paid a rental of X18 per annum. Sale to commence at 8 o'clock in the evening precisely. For further particulars and any other informa- tion apply to ARTHUR S. T. LUCAS, Auctioneer, Valuer and Estate Agent, No. 6, Rutland-street, Swansea or to MESSRS. LLEWELLYN HOWELL & WILLIAMS, Solicitors, No. 2, Fisher-street, Swansea. t0168 TO INVESTORS, PROPERTY OWNERS AND OTHERS. IMPORTANT SALE OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD AND LEASEHOLD PROPER- TIES IN THE COUNTY BOROUGH OF SWANSEA. MR. ARTHUR S. T. LUCAS has been instructed to offer for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION at the HOTEL METBOPOLE, SWAN- SEA (subject to such conditions as shall then and there be produced) on WEDNESDAY, the 6th day of JUNE. 1900, the following Valuable FREEHOLD AND LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES. LOT I.-All that FIVE-ROOMED DWELL- ING-HOUSE and PREMISES, with garden and back entrance, situate and being No. 37 in DINAS-ROAD, PLASMARL, now let on a weekly tenancy to Mrs. Mary Jane Tucker, at an inclusive rental of 3s. 6d. LOT 2.—All that FOUR-ROOMED DWELL- < ING-HOUSE and PREMISES, with garden and back entrance, situate and being No. 38 in DINAS- ROAD, aforesaid and adjoininsr the last lot, let on a weekly tenancy to Mr. Wm. Harris, at an inclusive rental of 3s. 6d. LOT 3— All that FOUR-ROOMED DWELL- ING-HOUSE ani PREMISES, with garden and back entrance, situate and being No. 39 in DINAS- ROAD, aforesaid and adjoining the last lot, let on a weekly tenancy to Mr. Fackrell, at an inclusive weekly rental ot 3s. 6d. LOTS 1, 2 and 3 are h^ld on lease for a term of 99 years, from the 29ch of September, 1872, subject to an annual ground rent of £ 5 10s. 0d., which will be apportioned at £ 1 16s. 8d. each Lot if sold separately. LOT 4 -All that. VALUABLE LEASEHOLD DWELLING-HOUSE and PREMISES situate and being No. 12 in FINSBURY-TKRRACE, BRYNMILL, SWANSEA, now in the occupation of David Williams, Esq., the owner, at an estimated rental of £26. The house contains on the ground floor 2 sitting rooms, kitchen, back kitchen, pantries, &c., garden with back entrance, conservatory and outside offices, five bedrooms, bath room with h. and c. sspply and w.o. This Property is held on lease for a term of years from the day of 18 subject to an annual ground rent of C4 2s. Od. LOT 5.—All that well-situated and Valuable FREEHOLD SEMI-DETACHED DWELLING- HOUSE and PREMISES, together with the 3- l stall stable, coach-house, and spacious loft over the same at the rear thereof, situate and being No. 2 in PICTON-PLACE, Swansea. The house contains kitchen, back kitchen, large cellars and pantries, long front aud back gardens, and back entrance into Picton-lane; five bed- rooms and w.c. The Building of the Stable and Coach House measures 22 ft. by 31 ft. 6 in.; The Back Garden measures 22 ft. by 60 ft. 6 in.; The Dwelling-house measures 22 ft. by 34 ft.; The Front Garden measures 22 ft. by 52 ft.; thus giving a width of 22 feet or thereabouts, and a whole depth from Picton-place into Picton- lane of 178 feet or thereabouts. The Dwelling-house is now in hand, and the Stables are let to Mr. E. Daniels on a weekly tenancy at. a rental of 7s., he paying all out- goings. The estimated rental of the whole property being JE55 per annum. The Auctioneer begs to call the attention of Inve-tors, Trustees and others to this sale, as the properties are submitted with the intention of being sold, and the reserves have been fixed at such prices as to ensure their sale. The Sale to commence at 3.30 in the afternoon ) precisely. I For full particulars and conditions of sale, and for permission to inspect any of the Lots, apply to ARTHUR S T. LUCAS, Auctioneer, Valuer and Estate Agent, 6, Rutland-street, Swansea or to JOHN R. RICHARDS, Esq.. Solicitor for thA Vendors, No. 31. Fisher-street, Swansea. [0169 LL. & T. BULLIN, HEATHFIELD AND FFYNONE MEWS SWANSEA. Beg to state that they have added to their Business New Funeral Carria AS completely. Telephone No. 65. [4 SALES BY AUCTION. By Mr. 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-back 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 comple e, fender and fire irons, oilcloth and carpe hearthrug, table covers, mats, ornaments ana books. DRAWING ROOM.—1 massive rosewood COUJU 1 walnut do., 1 easy chair, 1 arm do., 5 small chairs to match, 1 Chippendale antique taVa (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 I curtains), straw palliase, 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 palliate, washstand 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 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, shelveB 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 KITCHEN.-Margle, 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 By Messrs. Frank Lloyd, Nuttall & CO. CHESHIRE REPOSITORY, CREWE GREAT SPECIAL MAY PRIZE SALE. I jyj~ESSRS. FRANK LLOYD, KUTTALL & CO. WEDNESDAY, MAY 23rd. 250 HIGH. CLASS HARNESS, MATCH- ING, BROUGHAM, and SINGLE HARNESS HORSES, 15'2 and over, and includes 12 GRAND MATCH PAIRS. In this day's Sal" will be included 48 HUNTERS, BROOD MARES, HAR- NESS and BROUGHAM HORSES, SHOW COBS and PONIES, from the Stud of RALPH SNEYD, Esq., Keele Hall. THURSDAY, MAY 24th. SMALL HARNESS HORSES, PFIDI- J.OW GBEE HACKNEYS, SHOW COBS and PONIES. FRIDAY, MAY 25th. 200 «amb «a S. CARTERS and YOUNG HORSES^ Descriptive Catalogues ready. Sale at 12 15. SHIPPING. —.—.— ALLAN LINE STEAMERS. To CANADA AND THE UNITED STATES. SAILINGS FROM LIVERPOOL 8.9. Corinthian. for Quebec and Montreal.. May 24th *s.S. Canadian, for Monte Video and Buenos Ay res May 26th s.s. Livonian, for St. John's, Halifax and Philadelphia May 28th s.s. Parisian, for Quebec <& Montreal May 31st Cargo only. Saloon Fare from .£10, 2nd Cabin .£7. 9tee*age £ 5, 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, Miann & Co., 2, Mount-street; W. M. YAUGHAN, Salubriotvi- place, Wind-stieet, Swansea. IRELAND AND SCOTLAND. SWANSEA TO gELPAST AND GLASGOW. First-class Passenger STEAMERS are intended to Bail from SHED NO. 1, SOUTH DOCK BABIN, SWAKFEIBA, To Belfast every Wednesday p.m. tide. To Glasgow every Wednesday & Friday p.m. tide. FARM Sg'V ste"*ee'^ Return Tickets,Fare-and-a-half, available for Six IR^FH. SPECIAL SVMMBR RETURN FARES Belfast 20/- available for 1 month Glasgow 25. 14 days.' The Best Route to Portrusb, Giants' Oausewav the Highlands and Islands of Scottaud to the Isle of Ila,), via Belfast. Guide Book and all information from M. JONES & BRO., Agents, Swansea. BI[t A N S B Y'S Lo.o. & MuhgBLES. SAMPLES POST CHOSEN FOR TH* ,}R.I:. COMNoiSSiUR. HUNDREDS or TKSTIMOITIALS HH 1^] A Q RECEIVED. • ■ O » Extra choice carefully selected Teas of the finest grades only. In half-chests, caddy boxes, tins, and lead packets. Specially digestive Tea Ifo. 4 blend), has won golden opinions. It ANJ free from acid or thickness, whilst all the stimulating properties sought for in a cup of te». To be had of first-class Grocers, Confectioners and Chemists, FRANK BRANSBY, Tea Merchant, MUMBLES, R.S.O., Olam. PATRONISED oBY ROYALTY. rgOM B ARRON, ROYAL FLORIST AND BOUQUETIST, 7, OXFORD-STREET. WREATHS, CROSSES, &c., Unequalled in Arrangement. Composed of Choicest Flowers Fresh Crt from the Gardens at Blackpill. INSPECTION INVITED. PLEASE ORDER EARLY. TelogriLms-" Barron. SwaDsea:" | AUCTIONEERS' ADDRESSES. SWANSEA. GEAR AND Q O., ACCOUNTANTS, VALUERS, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENTS. AGENTS FOR THE PHCENIX FIRE OFFICE, THE SCOTTISH PLATE GLASS INSURANCE CO., LTD., LAW ACCIDENT, THE GRESHAM LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY, LTD. MARINE AND GENERAL LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY, etc. 15, DYNEVOR-PLACE, Swansea. F. S. PRICE, Manager. MESSRS. MARQUISS and JENKINS, AUCTIONEERS, d:c., 14, FISHER STREET, SWANSEA, Have the following selected PROPERTIES for immediate disposal:— No. 28, BRYN-ROAD. in first-class condition; a very desirable property. A HOUSE and SHOP in DILLWYN-STREET, with stable and back entrance. Several HOUSES at UPLANDS, GWYDR- CRESCENT, BRYNMILL, ST. THOMAS, BRYN- HYFRYD, and MAYALS. 2 HOUSES in WINDSOR-TERRACE, one of these has two conservatories back entrances. 1 FREEHOLD HOUSE in WOODLANDS- TERRACE contains 8 rooms. 1 HOUSE in NELSON-TERRACE double- fronted, containing 10 rooms, with yard, stabling and store rooms. 2 HOUSES and SHOPS in DILLWYN-STREHT. 1 HOUSE in FFYNONE-TERRACE. 1 HOUSE and SHOP in OXFORD-STREET. 6 HOUSES, AYLESBURY-ROAD. 2 VILLA RESIDENCES, UPLANDS. 20 FREEHOLD HOUSES situate at MELIN- CRYTHAN, NEATH. Let on lease for 14 jears 11 years unexpired. Best offers solicited. For immediate disposal, a GENERAL SHIP- CHANDLERY BUSINESS established 40 years. Good position near to docks. Present Propri- etor retiring. Full particulars on application. MONEY TO BE ADVANCED ON MORTGAGE. A Special Department for House Agency and Rent Colltction. r0173 JJRANZBY W. OLIVER, AUCTIONEER, VALUER, LAND, ESTATE AND COMMISSION AGENT. OFFICES: 26, CASTLE STREET, SWANSEA, MORRISTON AND LLANELLY. MAESTEG. JJLFBED YEMM, 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 EDUCATIONAL. T> ALMERiSTON 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 WELSH GIRLS' SCHOOL, V V ASHFORD, MIDDLESEX. An EXAMINATION for SCHOLARSHIPS, which will entitle the holders to Free Education and Board at the WELSH GIRLS' SCHOOL, ASHFORD, will be held at convenient centres on JULY the 7th. Candidates must (a) be girls whose mother or father was born in the Principality of Wales, the County of Monmouth, or the Parishes of Oswestry, Selattyn or LIaiymycech (b) Be, on the 13th day of December next ensuing, under 14 years of age. For Form of Application, which must be returned before June 1st, apply CANON BROWNRIGG, 127, St. George's-road, Pimlico. London, S.W. [0167 PENDEEN COLLEGE, LANGLAND l:AY. MODERN HIGH-CLASS SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. MISS 1. M. NETTELL, A.C.Y. 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 aLd Royal College of Music), Trinity College, College of Violinists, Diploma (Teachers) and other examinations. IjANGLAND COLLEGE, (2 & 4, HARTFIELD SQUARE), EASTBOURNE. PATRONS: The Right Honourable the Lord Aberdare. The Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Peterborough. Lady Galton. Lady Llewelyn. Sir John T. Dillwyn Llewelyn, Bart., M.P., F.R.B. Sir John Jones Jenkins, M.P. Sir Owen Roberts, M.A., D.C.L. And 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 Amott Scholar of Bedford College, London. Riding, Cycling, Swimming, Tennis; Large and Well-fitted Gymnasium. [11229 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 LANGLAND BAY. GIRLS' BOARDING & DAY SCHOOL BELLETUE, LANGLAND NEAB SWANSEA. PRINCIPALS—The MISSES PHILLIPS, Assisted by Resident Certificated English and Foreign Governesses and Visiting Masters. Preparation for Local Examinations. The House is pleasantly situated in its own grounds on a hill. and overlooking the sea. 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 BRYN HAULOG, LANGLAND-ROAD, MUMBLES. I DAY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS & PREPARATORY BOARDING SCHOOL FOR LITTLE BOYS. I Conducted by the MISSES POTTS (Daughters of a Clergyman). Pupils prepared for all Public Examinations. Highest References. Terms on application. 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 SOUTH WALES SCHOOL FOR GIKL3, SuMMERFIELD HALL, MAESYCWMMER, CARDIFF. PRINCIPAL MRS. R. H. JONES, Assisted by a thoroughly efficient Staff of Resident Governesses. Home Comforts, Excellent Tuition and Pass 1 Lists. j For Prospectus, apply to the PRINCIPAL. [0135 PONTARDAWE. rp A N Y R A L L T 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. MUSICAL. I TVTK. T. W. KITSON, Mus. Bac., .J. F.R.C.O., ORGANIST AND CHOIRMASTER OF THE PARISH CHURCH, OYSTERMOUTH I (Late Organist and Choirmaster of St. Peter's Church, and Deputy-Organist of the Cathedral, Newcastle-on-Tyne Pupil of Professor P. Armes, M.A., Mus. Doc., F.R.C.O., Professor of Music at the University, and Organist of the Cathedral of Durham; G. F. Huntley, Esq., Mus. Doc., F.R.C.O., Organist of St. Peter's, Eaton-square, London, and late of Newcastle Cathedral; J. E. Jeffreys, Esq., F.R.C.O., Organist of Newcastle Cathedral), Begs to announce that he is prepared to receive PUPILS for ORGAN and PIANOFORTE PLAYING, and for LESSONS in SINGING and VOICE- PRODUCTION, aud iu HARMONY, COUNTERPOINT, FUGUE, &c. 6, CLAREMONT YILLAS, MUMBLES. L0170 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. RBCENT SUCCESSES.R.C.0.(1898 and 1899); A.T.C.L. (1898 and 1899); and Fifteen Associated Board Certificates at the last two Examinations. MR. DONAJLD 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, WALTER-ROAD. M B.S. EDWARD FRICKER, MISS FLORENCE FRICKER, I 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, &c. 12444 MR. TOMLINSON, TEACHER OF THE VIOLIN & PIANO, IS prepared to supply ORCHESTRAS for CONCERTS, BALLS, and ENTERTAIN- MENTS in general. I' MR. A. TOMLINSON receives PUPILS for VIOLONCELLO. Terms on Application— 25, ST. HELEN'S ROAD, [6810 SWANSJA- UPISS' CONSTITTJTION BALLS C Are an unfailing remedy (write for pamphlet) For HORSES, for TESTIMONIAL. Grease, Swelled Legs, Rnssley Park. Cracked Heels,Coughs, I have used Cupiss' Colds, Staring Coat, Constitution Balls for Influenza, giving tone the last 10 years, and and vigour, and keep- have much pleasure in ine high-fed Horses in testifying to the good Health, Ac. effects they have had For CATTLE & SHEEP in improving the con- in cases of Hove or dition of Horses in Blown, Hide Bound, training, particularly Loss of Appetite, Dis- in the Spring and temper, Epidemic, &c. Autumn months. For Scouring in Calves i. ,|MAT. DAWSON. they are almost infal- lible. A "Prepared upwards of 50 years by the late FBANCIS CUPISS, M.R.C.V.S. Sold in Packets, FLA. and 3s. 6d. each, 7 small 10s. 6d., or 7 large 21s., Lj Chemists and Medicine Vendors, or from the Proprietor, The Wilder- ness, Diss, Norfolk. on receipt of amount. E. B. TINSLAY & CO., BOOKBINDERS AND ACCOUNT BOOK MAKERS, HAS now REMOVED to more Commodious Premises at 23, UNION-STREET, SWANSEA. MACHINE RULING DONE ON THE PREMISES 6, CASTLE STREET (Corner of Temple-street), SWANSEA. DAVID THOMAS Castle-street), WATCHMAKER, JEWELLER, SILVERSMITH & OPTICIAN, In opening at the above address, bees to solicit the favour of your kind patronage. A fine Assortment of WEDDING, KEEPER k ENGAGEMENT RINGS, also Suitable WEDDING PRESENTS. All Goods at Lowest Possible Prices, consistent with High-class Quality. Repairs of every description promptly attended to. D. JONES & CO., LTD., THE SWANSEA CLOTHIERS, HAVING BOUGHT, AT A LARGE DISCOUNT OFF COST PRICES, THE STOCK OF MR. J. LLOYD DAVIES, OUTFITTER. CASTLE STREET. WILL OFFER THE SAME FOR SALE TO DAY, FRIDAY. As early possession of the Premises in Castle-street has to be given to the Corporation, the Stock will be marked at such low prices as will ensure a speedy clearance. .=-=..c iw CALL EARLY TO SECURE THE BARGAINS. DAN MORGAN, LTD., THE" UP-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. 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. MILLIONS DRINK Aft TOWER TEA, -0- WJJ\A W THE PUREST AND BEST. rum IN PACKETS ONLY. j WLFINEVERF AGENTS EVERYWHERE. ll! PACKAGE Wholesale TOWER TEA LTD., 71,Lo"doneap' London. jNJj JOHN S. BROWN, iff GENERAL and FURNISHING Ay fll J; IRONMONGER, If OXFORD-ST.. WKm F0R PRICES nir SWANSEA. WTvn ■|p WI2vl)ows I LARGEST SELECTION. JOHN S. BROWN. IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. "THE CAMBRIAN" OFFICE IS NOW REPLETE WITH EVERY FACILITY FOR TURNING OUT PRINTING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION IN THE BEST STYLE.