ROYAL IJOTEL9 SWANSEA. PRIVATE SJT^TNG ROOMS AND LARGE l' UHLIC ROOMS. LARGEST BANQUETING HALL IN SWANSEA. TABU D'HOTE LUNCHEON, 12.30 to 3 P.M. KR. & MRS. FRANK DICKENS, MANAGERS. Nat. Telephone 56.
THE HOTEL CAMERON, SWANSEA. THE CAMERON LUNCHEON, ooneusting of Soup, Entree or Joints, Sweets and Cheese, served at separate Tables. DAILT FROM 1230 TO 2.30 P.* MISS GRAINGER, MANAGERESS. Nat. Telephone 220. Telegrams: Cameras, Swansea.
-+ d_ TBLKPHONE 17. TRUE ECONOMY. Compare ISAAC GALE'S Monthly Price List (in connection with A.B.C. Time Table), free on application, with any other list, London Stores or Country. The prices quoted are for Finest Quality. Other grades are correspondingly lower. ISAAC GALE, 18. HIGH-STREET. SWANSEA. Stale itf Charges tOtt CONSECUTIVE WEEKLY INSERTIONS OF SMALL ADVERTISEMENTS (WHEN PREPAID ONLY). ONE THREE SIX WOBDS. INSERTION. INSERTIONS. INSERTIONS 2& 6d ••• Is 0d Is 6d 32 9d Is 6d 2s 6d 48 Is Od 2s Od 3s Od 4P. IS 3d 2s 6d 48 Od 56 la 6d 3S Od 4s 6d And so on at the rate of THREEPENCE for every additional EIGHT words. THREE Insertions for the price of TWO. The foregoing Scale applies only to APARTMENTS AND HOUSES To LET or WANTED; SITUATIONS VACANT or WANTED; HOUSES, OFFICES, PROPERTIES ADd SHOPS to LET or SELL; LOST and FOUND; Miscai.LANEOUs PRIVATE WANTS and SALES but not to any advertisement of a Trade nature. TRADE SPECIALITIES, &. (WHEN PREPAID ONLY). ONE THREE SIX WORDS. INSERTION. INSERTIONS. INBTCKTIONS 24 9d Is 6d 2s 3d 38 Is Od 28 Od 3s Od 40 Is 3d 2s 6d 3s 9d 48 leM 3s Od 4a 6d U a Voucher Copy be desired, an extra Three Halipeooe per iassrtion should be added to above cheap prepaid rat AS. Unless prep&id the Advertisements will be obwgfld by the Business soale. Advertisements from Public Bodies are not inserted at the Prepaid Bate. The Postmaster-General does not allow letters addressed to initials or fictitious names to be addreosed to any Post Offioe, and letters so sent ARE returned to the sender through the Dead Letter Department. Letters TD Advertisers by L initials, &c., or otherwise, may be directed to THM CAMBRIAST" Office free of charge and if stamps are sent to oover postage, will be for- warded to the advertiser's own address. TEim CAMBRIAN" Advertisemdat and Inquiry Offioe at 58, Wind-stre. t, Swansea, is opeu on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Thursdays, 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Fridays, nIL. to 6 p.m.; Saturdays, 9 .m. to 1 p.m. 40T Remittances under 5s. may be made in Hailpenny Postage Stamps or fosial Orders. Postal Orders should be made payable to THE CAMBRIAN" NEWSPAPER Co., Ltd., at Swansea. Address all communications to THE MANAGER, "THI CAMBRIAN NEWSPAPER," SWANSEA. HOUSES TO LET OB FOR SALE. O WIKDSOB-TEBEACE, SWANSEA, to be JLMIi LET or SULD, witu immediate PUE E*»ion. Hot-bouse and every convenience; all in excellent condition.—Apply to W. MANSEI., 12, Windsor-terrace, Swansea [2297-7-6 TTLOFI SALE, a Beautiful Block—one a corner Jc house—of 5 HOUOKS in the Weat-end of TT*aasea. Owner leaving town, must sell. Ail well let, and in good order and condition. For paiticulara, apply OWNER, "Cambrian" Office. [2^87-7-6 USE FOR SALE.—A Large HOUSE in N m country, near Swansea, to be SOLD. Aouudant fruit, rose and other trees.—Apply, "Country," Cambrian Office, Swansea.2204-24-5 TO LET-LLW Y N Y M O R A Seaside Family Residence, situate between Langland and Caswell Buy, 6 miles from Swunsea, 8 milee trom the Mumbles Road Station, L. & N. W. Railway. Position, hi#h South aspect. Stands in its own grounds about 4 aores, oom- tuanding uninterrupted views of the Bristol Channel. Approached by a drive, with good Lodge. Stables and coacl- tiou,- e-half- mile from letegraph and Doctor. Rou-e contains drawing- room 36 x 16'6; dining-room 25 x 18; library 17 x 12'6; kitchens, servams' hall, larder, &c.; 8 beurooms and dressing-room, bathroom with hot ANA cold water. New road recently made avoid- ing Newton Hill.-Apply, Collins and Woods, Solicitors, Swansea. LET for August and part September, a FURNISHED HOUOE, standing in its own grounds, near Langiand Bay. Four recep- tion rooms and nine or ten bedrooms, bttth room, Ao.—Apply, A.H., Cambrian Office. [2175-7-6 MARQUIS AND JENKINS'S ANNOUNCE- JM.. MENTS. | ILOR Sale, 8 Houses, Park-place, Brynmill; let X? AT 6s. and 5s. 6d. per week; lease 90 years or thereabouts to run. 1 I^OR Sale, 3 Houses. Freehold-street, Uplands; JJ healthy situation; particulars on applica- tion. FOR Sale, 2 Houses, St. Helen's-avenre; let at 10s. and 9S. per week respectively. THOR Sale, 2 Houses, Little Madoc-street; let R to respectable tenants at 5S. 6d- per week, W710R Sale, 1 Hou«e, Bryn-road, well-built, a JC good and safe investment. EOR Sale, Several Houses and Villa Resi- dences at Uplands. Finsbury-terraee, Woodlands-terrace, etc. ~|7V)R Sale, 4 Houses, Newton-road, Mumbles I* 6 and 7 rooms each fine view of bay, etc. IIO be Let or Sold, Villa Residence, Brynmill- crescent; 10 rooms healthily situated; immediate possession. TO be Let or Sold, No. 6, Walter-road, corner of Nicholi-street could be easily convert ed into first-class business premises; three-fourths of purchaso money can remain on mortgage. TO be Let, Lock-tip Shop in Nicholl-street: low rental; suit fruiterer, confectioner, or fancy de aler. FOR Sale, 22 Houses, C%rmarthen-road, Middle-road, Lynn-street and Cros^-street, Cwmbwrla; well let; ftill particulars on applica- tion TTIOR Sale, 2 Houses, Aylesbury-road. JC Rhyddirgs 6 rooms each, also BATN room (not and cold) healthily and pleasantly situated, fine views. FOR Sale. Freehold Block of Houses: cen- trally situated at Landore let to respect- able tenants a good opportunity to ucqnire a bit of Freehold. FOR Sale, 2 HOUSES, Finsbury-terface, 8 rooms each least' about 80 years to run. Uround rent, R4 201. per house. FOR Sale, 13 £ 10 Shares, Aberdare and Aberaraan Gas Co., fully paid; last dividend, 8 per cent.; previous dividend, 10 per CPflt. T7V)R Sale. 1 House, Cwmdonkin-t -rrace; R well-built, superior grates and mantels -.10 rooms, with bath-room (hot and cold)- line IriewA. FOR FULL Particulars of the Foregoing Pro- perties apply to Marqui* and JVnkins, ■JVoctioneers, etc., 14, Heathfield-street, Swansea. £ 3631-21-6 r; MUMBLES. HOUSE FOR SALE at MUMBLES, A Jt t Bargain. Bath-roum (hot and cold), w.c.'s, electric bells; back entrance: fine situa- tion; magnificent view.—Apply, X.Y.Z., The Cambrian, 58, Wind-street, Swansea. fN.C. 313-14-6 OFFICES AND BUSINESS PREMISES TO LET. TWO OFFICES to LET (first floor), at No. 5. GLO'STER-PLACE, Swansea rent moderate. —Apply to W. M. JOKES, Albion Chamber Swansea. [2294-7-6 NEATH—TO LET, BUSINESS PREMISES, near the Great Western Railway Station, Neath. Can be altered to suit.—Apply, after 5 p.m., to Mrs. CLUBB, Cartref, Victoria Gardens, Neath. 12295-24-5 APARTMENTS. LONDON Visitors will find an exceedingly comfortable place witbin 15 minutes from Paddington Station, at Pantyceiyn House," 87, Mary lands-road, W. Terms mooerate.-Apply D. J. Truscott. [2058-5-7 A PARTMENTS.—To all having Apartments to LET, do not lose pounds by having your apartments empty when for Is., or 3 weeks 2s., you can have a 30 word advertisement in Six London Suburban Newspapers circulating in districts which each year send thousands of visitors to Swansea, The Weils, and other fashionable resorts within the sphere of The Cambrian circulation. Name of papers:— Leyton, Leytonstone, West Ham, Wan stead, Woodford and Forest Gate, Manor Park, and Ilford Express and Independent.—Address, PUBLISHER, Independent Office, Leytonstone, London, N.E. [27-9-01 SITUATIONS VACANT. QOS. 6d. WEEKLY.—A Salary of 7s. 6d. to 22s. 6d. Offered to either sex (who can wrlw) for their spare moments; work may be done evenings.-For particulars, send addressed envelope to M. TRUSCOTT & Co., D.. Gleudower, forquay. L2288-24-5 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. MISCELLANEOUS SALES. FOR SALE, in Swansea Valley, a compact SHEEP or GRAZING FARM, about 68 aores, well fenced, with stone-built house and other substantial buildings.—Apply, EDWARDS, 47, Etnam-street, Leominster. [0826-24-5 FOR SALE, 10 tons new perfect Steel Flange Rails, 301b.; End-tip 4ft. 8Jin., 9 Con- tractors' Waggons, Portable Engines, 1,000ft. 2in. loose Flange Tubes, 500ft. 2jin. Screw and Sooket, Cranes, Locos., Boilers, Engines, &o., &c.—GEORG E V, PERRY, Neath. [01079 SADDLERy.-Before buying HARNESS, S RIDIJSG SADDLES, BRIDLES, CAR- ttlAGK APRONS, LAMPS, STABLE REQUIS- ITES, inspect our stock; cheapest in Wales.— SADDLERY COMPANY, Alexandra-road, Swansea. Telephone 0460. L2603-7-6 PMOLYNEUX, Fish Merchant, 126, High- O street, Swansea. Cheapest Shop in town for Fish of all varieties; wholesale and retail. Trial solicited. 10612 MISCELLANEOUS. NEATH. FOR SALE.—13 Freehold and 14 Leasehold Houses. An Acru of Freehold Land for building or works, £1.000, or 99 years lease at 2s. 6d. a foot frontage in close proximity to two railway stations. Villa, containing 8 rooms and conservatory, at Glynneath, Vale of Neath; will be sold a bargain, £ 200. fpO LEND— £ 800, £ 600, £ 500, £ 200, and JL smaller sums, at £ 5 per cent, interest, on substantial Leasehold or Freehold Property. For further particulars and to treat apply to Mr. J. T. DAYIES, Solicitor, 4, Alma-place, Neath. [01110 _.+- LADIES', Gents' and Children's LEFT-OFF CLOTHING BOUGHT; Gents' Dress Suits and Fancy Costumes on Hire. Letters attended to.—3, LOWER WATERLOO-STREET, Swansea. [1738-24-5 L IF you want a Piano or Organ, do not be per- suaded by any interested person to purchase until you have ascertained the extraordinary value we are offering. You will save many pounds, be most liberally treated, and get the easiest possible terms by purchasing from us.—Duck, Son, and Pinker, the Great Piano Merchants, Pulteney Bridge, Bath, and at Bristol. Catalogue and book of advice free. j 0921. SHIPPING. IRELAND AND SCOTLAND. SWANSEA TO BELFAST AND GLASGOW. First-class Passenger STEAMERS are Intended to Sail from SHED No. 1, SOUTH DOCK BASIN, SWA-NTAIBA, To Belfast every Wednesday p.m. tide. To Glasgow every Wednesday & Friday p.m. tide. FARM Belfast Cabin, 17/6 Steerage, 10/- Glasgow 20/- „ 12/6 Return Ticket*,l?are-and-a-half, available for Six Months. SPECIAL SUMMER RETURN FARES Belfast 20/- available for 1 month. Glasgow. 25/- „ 14 days. The Best Bonte to Portrush, etants' Otmsewav. the Highlands and Islands of Scotland to the Isle of Man, via Belfast. Most direct rente for Glasgow International Exhibition, Illustrated Golde Book and all information free from M. JONB8 BROS.. Albion Chanibers, Swansea. ISLE OF MAN.—Express Mail Stealers from JL Liverpool Daily. Illustrated Booklet of Tours from Dongia" to Glasgow (for Exhibition), Dublin, and Belfast (free), postage Id. ISLE OF MAN STEAM PACKET Co., Ltd., Douglas. MEMORIAL TO THE LATE BELOVED QUEEN VICTORIA. SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED BY MAYOR OF SWANSEA. £ s. d. Amount previously acknowledged 133 6 6 Employees Graigola Merthyr Co., Ltd. 11 3 1 Equivalent by Company 11 3 1 Sir George Newnes, Bart., M.P. 10 0 0 DAVIES' BALSAM OF HONEY for Coughs. Colds, Asthma, Tightness of the Chest, £ c.— Prepared only by J. DAVIES, M.P.8. Dispensine Chemist. 30. Hisrh-street. Swansea. ro604 f JIO BUILDERS.—Billheads, Memorandums I Business Circulars and Cards,Time Sheets, Estimate Books, and every kind of Commercial Printing at the "CAMBRIAN Office. 58, Wind- street. SALES BY AUCTION. By Mr. David Roberts. COUNTY BOROUGH OF SWANSEA. SALE OF LEASEHOLD PROPERTY. MR. DAVID ROBERTS has received in- structions to SELL by PUBLIC AUC- TION, on THURSDAY, MAY 30th. 1901, at the ROYAL HOTEL, SWANSEA, at 3 o'clock in the Afternoon, the following valuable TEASEHOLD PROPERTIES^ VIZ. By DIRECTION OF THE OWNERS: Lot I.-All that Valuable HOUSE and SHOP, situate and being No. 19, JAMES STREET, Swan- pea, containing large Cellar, S iop, B ck Purlour, Two Bedrooms, and two large Rooms at the back, now in the occupation of Mrs. Treharne, at a weekly rental of 8s.: of which the two large Rooms at the back would sublet at 38. 6d: per I week. The Property is held on Lease for a term of 97 years, from the 25th day of March, 1839 (less the last six days thereol), at a G.ound Rent of £1128. per annum Lot 2.-All. that Valuable LEASEHOLD DWELLING-HOUSE and PREMISES situate and beilg No. 31, TRAFALGAR PLACE. Brynmill, Swansea, oontaining Seven Rooms and Bathroom, now in the occupation of the Vendor, but wo th to let 8s. per week, landlord paying rates and taxes. The Property is held on a Lease for a term of 99 years, from the 24th June, 1889, at an appor- tioned Ground Rent of £ 3 8s. per annum. BY ORDER OF THE MORTGAGEES Lot 3.—All that Leasehold DWELLHNG- HOUSE, situate and being No. 118, BRYN ROAD, Swansea, containing 9 rooms and bathroom, and let to Mr. Gatih, at a yearly rental ot SM 12s., landlord paying rates and taxes. Lot 4—All that Leasehold DWELLING. HOUSE, situate and being No. 120, BRYN ROAD, Swansea, containing 9 ro. in- anu bathroom, aud let to Mr. Biggs at a rental of 10,. per week, landloid paying ratns and taxes. Lots 3 and 4 are held for a torro of 99 years from the 29th day of September, 1894, less one day, at the Yearly Ground Rent «<f £ 10 10s., which will bo equally apportioned at the time of Sale. Lot 5 -All those Three Messuages or DWEL- LING-HOUSES, situate and being Nos. 6. 7, and 8, MARSDEN STREET, Swansea, e'1ch contaming 4 looms, and let to Messrs. William Thomas, Wra. Phillips and S. Parker, at weekly rentals of 4: each re-pectively. The Property is bpld on a Lease for a term of 75 years, from the 23rd day of March, 1875, at the yearly Ground Rent of £7 10s. For further particulars as to Lot 1, apply to Messrs Moy Evans and Thomas, Solicitors, Adelxide Street, Swansea; as to Lot 2 of Messrs. Davies and Ingram, t>olicitoi8, Goat street, Swansea as to Lots 3, 4, and 5 of E. W. Jones, Esq., Solicitor, Wind Street, Swansea; or as to the whole of the lots to the Auctioneer, at his Offices, 19, Heatbfield Street, Swansea. -n_- By Mr. A. S. T. Lucas. j TO HOTEL COMPANIES, HOTEL PRO- i MOTERS, WINE & SPIRIT MERCHANTS, CAPITALISTS & OTHERS. IMPORTANT SALE OF A HIGH-CLASS FREE, FULLY LICENSED, FASHIONABLE SEA SIDE HOTEL, situate at CASWELL BAY (on the celebrated Gower coast), MUMBLES, near SWANSEA, SOUTH WALES, which is being sold to clo-e the Estate of the late Mr. ALFRED JEPSON. I ME. ARTHUR S. T. LUCAS has been instructed by the Trustees of the above Estate, to offer for SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the HOTEL METROTOLE, SWAN- SEA, on THURSDAY, the 30th day of MAY, 1901, at 3.30 oVloJk in the Afternoon precisely (subject to Certain Conditions), in One Lot, and as a Going Concern, all that most Valuable, Old- established and Commodious, Grandly Situate LEASEHOLD HOTEL, Known liB THE CASWELL BAY HOTEL, MUMBLES, NEAR SWANSEA. The Hotel stands at a slight elevation above the sea, and in its own grounds ot about la. Or. 32p., and faces south, overlooking the charming and celebrated Caswell Bay, with its beautiful sands, safe sea bathing, &c., and is within easy driving distance of the Swansea Terminus Stations of the G. Western, L. and N. W., and Midland Rail- ways. From the Hotel and Grounds magnificent Land and Sea Views are obtained. Tne Hoi el is an imposing building of substantial structure, is well arranged, thoroughly furnished and equipped throughout, and is now quite ready for the coming Sea-on's Trade. The Hotel contains spacious cellerage, large smoke room, billiard-room (with enclosed veranda or promenade in front), coffoe-room, hotel office, manaeer's room, two drawing-rooms, private coffee-room, kitchens, servants' hall, and all the necessary conveniences; 03 bed and dressing rooms, two bathrooms, lavatories and offices, and t independent staff's accommodation; outside stables, coach-house, man's room, good lawn, well-shrubbed grounds, vegetable garden, &c. Possession can be given ou completion of the purchase. For Further Particulars, Conditions of Sale, and Orders to View, apply to ARTHUR S. T. LUCAS, Auctioneer, Hotel Valuer aud Estate Agent, 6, Rutland street, Swansea; or to Messrs. Macintosh, Dixon and Co., Solicitors, Temple Chambers, 8, St. John-street, Cardiff. [01068 j By Messrs. Stephenson & Alexander. I CARMARTHENSHIRE. IN THE HIGH COUR r OF JUSTICE. COMPANIES (WINDING-UP)— Mr. JUSTICE WRIGHT. In the MATTER of the COMPANIES ACTS, 1862 to 1890, And In the MATTER of THE ANTHRACITE IRON AND STEEL COMPANY (LIMITED). PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. 1 SALE OF I VALUABLE BLAST FURNACES AND STEELWORKS PLANT AND MACHINERY, ROLLING MILLS, FOUNDRY, AND ENGINEERING PLANT, APPLIANCES, etc. MESSRS. STEPHENSON & ALEXANDER .H'JL are instructed by the Official Receiver to SELL by AUCTION, at their SALEROOMS, 5, HIGH STREET, CARDIFF, on TUESDAY, JUNE 11th, 1901. at 3 o'clock in the Afternoon, in One Lot, and subject to a break-up reserve only, THE TRIMSARAN IRON AND STEEL WORKS, Near LLA NELLY, CARMARTHENSHIRE. The Works, which were within recent years erected at a capital outlay of over -9 £ 83,000, Are fitted up with a modern Steel Plant, are situate at Trimaran, Carmarthenshire, with railway access to the Burry Port and Gwendraeth V-illey Railway, and connection with the Great Western Railway, aie within 3 miles of the shipping port, at Burry Port, and 5 miles from Llanelly, and are in the immediate vioinity of the Anthracite Cmlt District, and htve been fitted up with every modern f.onvenienoe for the production of roto I bars, angle-, and merchant sizes, and will be sold, if no better offer is obtainable, at the break-up value of the Plant and Machinery. Orders to view upon application to the Auc- tioneers. b. High Street, Cardiff. wrrn THE FLAG TO PRETORIA THE SECOND VOLUME IS NOW FINISHING. Bring your Numbers to the Practical Bookbinders, E. B. TINSLAY & CO., 23, UNION-STREET SWANSEA, And have them Bound Cheaply and Well. Publishers' Covers are kept in Stoek. LL. & T. BULLIN, HEATHFIELD AND FFYNONE MEWS SWANSEA. Bog to state that they have added to their Business New Funeral Carria AS completely. Telephone No. 65. (4 EVERY facility at the CAMBRIAN Office for executing all kinds of Printing, Excellence in Quality and Moderation in price always studied. Estimates free. MUSICAL. MISS FLORENCE THICKER I. A.R.A.M., A.R.C.M., Receives Students for the HIGHER. DEVELOP- MENT of PIANOFORTE PLAYING, VOICE PRODUCTION and SINGING also for HAR- MONY and COMPOSITION. MISS FRICKER studied for six years at the Royal Academy of Music, and has had the ttaition of the late Sir G. A. Maefarren, be late Prof ssor Frederick Westlake, Mr. Rat degger, Mr. Shakespeare and Mr. Frye Parker, and holds diplomas of the R.A.M. as public performer and teacher of piano and harmony, and of the R.C M. as public singer and in harmony, and also holds the Certificate of Merit of the R.A.M. for piano ¡ playing, and five medals of that Instiibtion for piano and singing. 100, WALTER-ROAD, SWANSEA. MR. ARTHUR H,-gY. Mus. BAC., F.R.C.O., L.R.A.M. ¡ (Organist and Choirmaster, St. James's hurch). Prepares Advanced Students for the Highest Diplomas in Pianoforte Playing, Organ Playing and Theory. Pupils have recently obtained the L.R.A.M., A.R.C.O., and A.T.C.L. Diplomas, and 10 passed the Senior Assoc. Board, Local Centre, at the last examination. 17, WALTER-ROAD, SWANSEA. ACADEMY OF MUSIC, 100, WALTER-ROAD. mRS. 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, &c. 2444 LESSONS RESUMED MAY 2nd. MR. C. JOHNSON, F.R.C.O., (ORGANIST AND CHOIRMASTBB ST. GABRIEL'S CHURCH)," SOLO PIANIST AND CONDUCTOR. Pupils prepared for the highest Local and Metropolitan Exams, in the Practice and Theory of Music. Special Tuition for Advanced Solo- Players. Recent successes include Eight R.A.M. and T.C.L. Certificates (Set-en Senior). Also Senior Prizes at local Eisteodfodau. MR. JOHNSON has a Vacancy for Professional Pupil. Exceptional advantages. 10, BRYN-Y-MOR-ROAD. MR T. W. Ritson. Mus. BAC., F.R.C.O., Organist of the Parish Church, Oystermouth, and formerly Deputy-Organist of Newcastle Cathedral, Gives LESSONS privately and in Class at his MUSIC STUDIO, 10, OXFORD-STREET, SWANSEA Singing, Voioe Production and Sight Reading, Organ and Pianoforte Playing, Harmony, Counter- point. Fugue, Orchestration, Accousties, &e. Pupils prepared for University, K.C.O., R.C.M., and R.A.M. Examinations. Mr. RITSON may be interviewed at his Studio on Monday evenings and on Thursday mornings. Private Address: 6. CLARE MOsfr-r VILLAS, MUMBLES, At which lessons are given as usual. [01043 MR. T. J. DENNIS, A.R.C.O. J (Organist and Choirmaster of Bethesda Congregational Church, Briton Ferry), ACCEPTS PUPILS IN PT ANOFORTE, ORGAN, SINGING&THEORY. Pupil? u.epared for Examinations. 21, QUEEN-STREET, NEATH. MR. ERNEST RFDDELL, Organist and Choirmaster of Holy Trinity Church, Swansea, RECEIVES PUPILS FOR THE ORGAN, PIANOFORTE, etc. 13, HENRIETTA-STREET, SWANSEA. T01011 DANCING, CALISTHENICS, SPANISH AND PHYSICAL EXERCISES, GEDNEY HOUSE, ST. HELEN'S-ROAD. MISS CRAVEN'S Classes are held at Home on MONDAYS aud WEDNESDAYS, at 5 0; WEDNESDAYS, at 2.30; SATURDAYS, at 215. Adult Tuition Class, MONDAY EVENINGS, 7.30. Classes also held at Carmarthen, Llanelly, the Mumbles, and Llandovery College. Private Lessons. c [18 BILLPOSTING. BLOOR & CO., ADVERTISING CONTRACTORS AND BIIjL POSTERS. CHIEF AVKKCY tfOlt WALES. All descriptions of Advertising Circular Distribution, &c., promptly attended Office :-20, CALVSET-STREET SWANSEA THB SWANSEA & DISTRICT BILLPOSTING AND ADVERTISING COMPANY crtficiES:—GOAT-STREET, SWANSEA. THE UNIVERSAL BILl.> POSTING CO. KiiNT THB LARGEST POSTING STATIONS In Swansea and surrounding District. ADDRESS -28, LOWER UNION STREET, SWANSEA FTT EATFL & DISTRICT BILL-POSTING J3I COMPANY—Late T. WALL. OFFICES ASSEMBLY ROOMS, NEATH. MANAGER J. W. ROBINSON. Lessees and Proprietors of the Best Postiag Stations in Neatb and District. THE A BERAVOJS & PORT TALBOT BILLPOSTING COMPANY UNDERTAKE BILLPOSTING AND ADVERTISING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. MANAGER P. R. JAMES. _9 LLANDILO. ^YILLIAM WILLIAMS & SONS, BILLPOSTERS « TOWN CRIERS, 4, RHOSMAEN-STREET. T LLANDILO. POSTING DONE IN THE TOWN AND DISTRICT. NPHE MAESTEG BILL-POSTING COMPANY. ':}'- MANAGER—WM. DUPPLAW, 4, PARK-STREET, MABSTEG. We haTe 31 large Stations in Prominent Po^itioss I EDUCATIONAL- GIRLS' BOARDING & DAT 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. School duties will be resumed THURSDAY, t MAT 2nd. LANGLAND BA1. GIRLS' BOARDING & BAY SCHOOL BFLLEYUB, LANGLAND NKAB BWASSKA. PRINCIPALS—The MISSES PHILLIPS, I Assisted by Resident Certificated English and Foreign Governesses and Visitine Masters. Preparation for Local Examinations. The House is pleasantly situated in its own grounds on a hill and overlooking the sea. The Summer Term will begin WEDNESDAY, MAY 1st. F6412 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., R.A.M. Cert., (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. REV. SECRET AN 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. BRYN HAULOG, LANGLAND-ROAD, B MUMBLES. DAY SCHOOL FOB GIRLS 4 PREPARATORY BOARDING SCHOOL FOR LITTLE BOYS. Conducted by the MTSSES POTTS (Daughters of a Clergyman). Pupils prepared for all Public Examinations. Highest References. Terms on application. Summer Term pommencjs May 6th. Boarders return May 4th. 31, HANOVER-STREET, SWANSEA. MISS E. DAVIES' PREPARATORY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS AND BOYS. THE NEXT TERM will begin on WEDNES- DAY, MAY 1st. Terms and references on application. [01035 ARNOLD COLLEGE, A ST. HELEN'S-ROAD, SWANSEA The Next TERM commences TUESDAY, April 16th, 1901. Pupil" are prepared for the London Matriculaticn, Oxford and Cambridge Locals, Preliminary Exatnination for the Law, Medical, and for the In^ti'uto of ChartKrei Accountants, Civil Service. A Special Class will be formed in January for the Traiuing of Young Boys of 9 and 10 years of age, which will be under the direct supervision of the Headmaster, assist a-1 by Junior Masters. Evening Clas-es for tbe Prepa- ration of tho-e Students who are sitting for the Certificate Examination in July. 1901, Wn- df- those preparing for the Civil Service. For prospectus, &c, apply J. P. LONG, 3, j Cwmdoukin-terrace, S.vansea. L0814 rpANYRALLT SCHOOL, I RONTARDAWE. BOYS' BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL. Mr. SAMUEL has conducted the above School for fifteen years, and succe-sf ally prepared boys for all public examinations. Extracts from Parents' letters:- "I wish to express complete satisfaction with my son's progre-s. My son looks in splendid health. He has made g cat progress. I am very grateful for all the trouhle you have taken with him, and shall recommend your School most highly to all." "We both thank you and Mrs. Samuel for all the care you have t tken of our boys." Next term begins—TUESDAY. APRIL 30th, 1901. SUNDAY SERVICES- CASTLE STREET CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. THE I ANNIVERSARY SERVICES in connection with I THE SUNDAY SCHOOL will be held NEXT SUNDAY, MAY 26th, 1901, PJlEACHER- TREV. IONA M. WILLIAMS (L'anellv). Services at 11 a.m and 6.30. In the Atternoon at 3 A MUSICAL SERVICE will be held. Well-known Soloists will take part, and Anthems will be rendered by the Choir and Children. THE WORSHIPFUL THE MAYOR will preside. Collections at each Service towards School Funds. jyjOUNT PLEASANT CHAPEL, SWANSEA. SUNDAY, MAY 19th, 1901. PREACHER REV. JAMES OWEN, at 11.0 and 6.30. Special Baptismal Service in the Evening. gILOAM, PENTRE. SUNDAY, MAY 26th, 10.30 and 6, G. PENAR GRIFFITHS. 2, YSGOLION. L0826 AL B E R T HALL, SWANSEA OSCAR T. SNELLING Will Preach (D.V.) On SUNDAY NEXT, at the ALBERT HALL, At 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. ALL SEATS FREE. No COLLECTIONS. TTNITARIAN CHURCH, HIGH-STREET. SUNDAY, May 26th, THE REV. W. TUDOR JONES. F.R.G.S., will Preach. 11—" Sense Sacrificed to Sound." 6.30—"Building Sheds around a Palace." nfTHOSE having HOUSES TO LET OR X SELL, or APARTMENTS TO LET, whether in town or countrv. should send an ADVERTISEMENT to "THE CAMBRIAN," which is the best and cheapest medium for this purpose. Prepaid Terms: 24 words, gixpencs; three times for One Shilling. See Scale of Rates on front page. Office, 58, Wind-street* Swansea, TRADE NOTICES. I B LACKPILL NURSERIES, I' NEAR SWANSEA. JAMES HARRIS I Has a fine Assortment of Bedding Plants in best ¡ Variety, including GERANIUMS, VERBEANAS, PETUNIAS, ltc. ASTERS, STOCKS (ten week), PHLOX DRUMMONDI, SCABIOUS, GELLARDEAS, &c., at 3d. per dozen. ADDRESS :—JAMES HARRIS, BLACKPILL NURSRRIES, NEAR SWANSEA. FHOMAS FORD & CO., PIER STREET, SWANSEA, Are prepared to snpply TENTS AND MARQUEES OF VARIOUS SIZES ox HIRE OR SALE. FLAGS, SHIELDS AND DECORATIONS of all descriptions on Hire or Sale. Makers of Tarpanlins, Hay-Rick Covers, Horse Cloths, Nose Bags, ie. TERMS ON APPLICATION. All Orders c-itrustpd to us will receive our best and prompt attention. [01100 COLLARD'S pIANOS. CHAPPELL'S PIANOS. I I^JONINGTON & WESTON'sl LU- PIAIIOS. I RUSSELL'S TRANSPOSING PIANOS. TTILTON AND JJILTON'S j^EW J^ODEL J>IANOS. BELL ORGANS. m- ASON- & TJAMLIN ORGANS. PALACE ORGANS. I SMITH ORGANS. A GRAND ASSORTMENT of above INSTRU- MENTS at REDUCED PRICES for CASH, or on the HIRE PURCHASE SYSTEM. PIANOS and ORGANS TUNED and REo I PAIRED, or TAKEN in EXCHANGE; Full i Value allowed. GRAMOPHONES, GRAPHOPHONES, SYMPHONIUMS, POLOPHONES, RICORDS. ALL THE NEWEST. PRICE LISTS FROM ONLY ONE ADDRESS GWYNNE H. BRADER, 17, HEATHFIELD-STREET, SWANSEA. H. STONE, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT, NEATH AND SWANSEA. DetaiW Price list on Application. Telegraphic Address: STONE, NEATH." KITCHEN RANGES. I MOST of our leading professional and business men dine on dinners oooked in our Ranges. The dinners are well cooked—a very important item-and such dinners heip them vpry considerably on the road to suc- cess.' This may be said of a large number of our councillors. And we say to those who don't dine on such dinners, lose no time but procure immediately a satisfactory Range— at a satisfactory price-and we undertake to fix it in a satisfactory manner. JENKINS & CO., IRONMONGERS, 89, OXFORD-STREET, 9 & 10, PARK-STREET SWANSEA. Telephone 199. ¡ PATRONISED itJi BY ROYALTY j RPOM TgARBON, ROYAL FLORIST AND BOUQUETIST, 7, OXFORD-STREET. WREATHS, CROSSES, &c., Unequalled in Arrangement. Composed of Choicest Flowers Fresh Cut from the Gardens at Blackpill. INSPECTION INVITED. PLEASE ORDER EARLY. Telegrams—"Barron, Swansea." BBANSBY S CHCSEN oS™™. i Iel^mu8r,"s- TEAS. Extra choice carefully selected Teas of the finest frrades only. In half-chests, caddy boxes, tins, and ead packets. The Special 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 yrocers. Confectioners and Chemists, or FBAKK BRANBBY, Tea Merchant, Mumbles, B.S.O., GJaa. DAVID THOMAS. WATCHMAKER & JEWELLER, CORNER CASTLE ST. & TEMPLE ST. LADIES' GOLD AND ENGLISH LEVER WATCHES. ENGAGEMENT, KEEPER aud WEDDING RINGS a Speciality. ELECTRO-PLATE and SILVER GOODS. Best Quality at Lowest Possible Prices. Repairs promptly attended to. Shortly will be issued to Subscribers, in One Volume, uniform in size arm extent with the "History of Margam Abbey," Large Svo., Price One Guinea. -m. A HISDRY OF NEATH ABBEY AND OTHER < AMORGANSHIRE MONASTERIES. DERIVED FROM 'HE ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS IN THE BRITISH MUSEUM, H.M. 1 ORD OFFICE, THE MARGAM MUNIMENTS, ETC. WITH ILLUSTRATIONS. By WALTER DE GRAY BIRCH, LL.D.. F.S.A.. OF THE BRITISH MUSEUM. Formprly Hen. Sec. British Archaeological Association Author of the History of Marge in Abbey"; Editor of the Cartularhinj Saxon ten m" the Liber Vita, of Kyoe Abbey. Winchester, etc. Names of subscribers, whic-h are to appear in the list given in the volume, should be sent to MR. JOHN E. RICHARDS. Journalist, Neath, without delay, as the edition will be limited. [0692 NO HOUSE EQUALS DOWN & SON FOR RELIABLE FURNITURE. 'HEY ARE THE LARGEST MAKERS BY MACHINERY IN WALES AVE THE MOST EXTENSIVE STOCK TO SELECT FROM, AND GIVE TJiE BEST POSSIBLE VALUE. • CARPETS MADE AND LAID FREE. ESTABLISHED NIARLY HALF A CENTUIY. HIGH-STREET & MORRIS-LANE. SWANSE W. C. ROBERTS. PHOTOGRAPHER,, 16 & 17, CASTLE-STREET, SWANSEA. C HIGH CLASS WORK ONLY AT MODERATE PRICES. The work needs only to be ^en to be appreciated. TELEPHONE 142. ACJ OTAXTT?U LARGE STOCK TO OIU T JCiiji SELECT FROM Agents for the Economical OMEGA GAS STOVES. PURE, MOIST, WARM AIR. No FLUE REQUIRED. GAS FIRES FITTED IN GRATES. JOHN H. NOTT & SONS. ST. HELEN'S ROAD, & QUAY PARADE, SWANSEA. JOHN S. BROWN (ESTABLISHED 1879). yf S Electric Light Contractor to the Swansea Harbour Trust, the Swansea Corporation, Grand Theatre, Baroneae Patti- Cederstrom. and One Hundred Large Works and Collieries in South Wales. S s THE LARGEST ——— /A V STOCK TWENTY YEARS* EXPERIENCE in /,<V of ELECTRIC LIGHT and POWER V/ ELECTRIC INSTALLATIONS. /> X LIGHT FITTINGS in SOUTH V WALES. A Large Permanent Staff of High V ClasB Engineers and Electric Wiremen! 7/ ELECTRIC TELEPHONES yr and TELEPHONE LINES of any ————— C ) length in Town or Country. NOT HERE TO-DAY AND GONE TO GAS ENGINES, STEAM ENGINES, MORROW. DYNAMOS, MOTORS, Ac., Always in Stock ————— X HIGHEST QUALITY WORK. XA> LOWEST PRICES ysyr CONSULTATIONS AND ESTIMATES FREE. JOHN 8. BROWN, t OXFORD-STREET. SWANSEA. C. ROWLAND, CONTRACTOR TO THE SWANSEA HARBOUR TRUSTEES, h. AND HAULAGE CONTRACTOR TO THE MIDLAND AND OTHER RAILWAY COMPANIES, ?""lwomokvI?»8" 17, SOMERSET-PLACE. CARRIAGE WORKS, FISHEB-STREET, SWANSEA. JOHN J NES & CO.. CAR" -,G.E BUILDERS. Orders for New Work, General Repairs, fainting, Trimming Ac., promptly attendee to. Patent Noiseless India Rubber Tyres, and all the Specialities connected with Carriage Bnildinc snppaei. JVIAGNIFICENT I STOCK A | 1901 MODELS. ¡ EXCHANGES. REPAIRS. HIRING. ACCESSORIES. "ROYAL ENFIELDS," "RALEIGHS," "PREMIERS," "CENTAURS," & "SUNBEAMS." LISTS FREE. INSPECTION INVITED. 11 -,r DAN MORGAN, Ltd 57, OXFORD STREET, SWANSEA. i TK.M0..13S. A. J. CHAPPELL. FISHMONGER & OYSTER MERCHANT. POULTERER. DEALER IN GAME, &c., WIND STREET. SWANSEA. AND AT NEWTON-ROAD, MUMBLES Telegraphic Address-" Chappell, Swansea." COUNTRY ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED Tr. ESTABLISHED 1865. STEAM MARBLE AND MONUMENTAL WORKS. ST. HELEN'S-ROAD, SWANSIA. WILLIAM COPUS. vmiMiiw IS* Marble and Slate Shop Fittmps. Chimney ««■ THE "CAMBRIAN" OFFICE IS NOW REPLBTK WITH EVERY FACILITY FOB. TURNING OUT PRINTING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION IN THE BEST STYLE AT THE SHORTESJ «easoi>able PE1CE i#