) H. STONE. ^INE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT, 7, FISHER STREET, SWANSEA, AND AT NEATH. Detailed Price List on Application. Telegrams—" Wine, Swansea." National Tele. phone 392. 1
HE JJOTEL CAMERON, SWANSEA. THE CAMERON LUNCHEON, consisting o Soup, Entrel or Joints, Sweets and Cheese served at separate Tables. DAILY BOM 12.30 TO 2.3D MISS GRAINGER, MANAGBRESfe Nat. Telephone 220. Telegrams: Cameron, Swansea.
Stale of Charges MB CONSECUTIVE WBKKLT INSERTIONS OF SMALL ADVERTISEMENTS (WHEN PREPAID ONLY). ONE THREE SIX WORDS. INSERTION. INSERTIONS. INSERTIONS 24. 6d Is Od Is 6d S2. 9d Is 6d 28 6d 40 1a Od 2s Od 3s Od 4e Is 3d 28 6d 4s Od 66 Is 6d 38 Od 4s 6d And so on at the rate of THREEPENCE tevery additional EIGHT words. THREE sertions for the price of TWO. The foregoing Scale applies only to APARTMENTS AND HOUSES o EiBT or WANTED; SITUATIONS VACANT or Waited; HOUSES, OFFICES, PROPERTIES and SHOPS to Let or SELL LOST and FOUND; MISCELLANEOUS PRIVATE WANTS and SALES; but not to any advertisement of a Trade nature. TRADE SPECIALITIES, &c (WHEN PREPAID ONLY). ONE THREE SIX OBIIS. INSERTION. INSERTIONS. INSERTIONS 24 9d Is 6d 2s 3d 32 Is Od 2s Od 3s Od 40 Is 3d 2s 6d 3s 9d 48 Is 6i 3s Od 4s 6d If a Voucher Copy be desired, an extra Three Halfpence per inaortion should be added to above oheap prepaid rat as. Unless prepaid the Advertisements will be charged by the Business scale. Advertisements from Public Bodies are not inserted at the Prepaid Rate. The Postmaster-General does not allow letters II addressed to initials or fictitious names to be addressed to any Post Office, and letters so sent are returned to the sender through the Dead Letter Department. Letters to Advertisers by &c„ or otherwise, may be directed to •'THE CAMBRIAN" Office free of charge; and if itwapB are Bent to cover postage, will be for- warded to the advertiser's own address. itwapB are sent to cover postage, will be for- warded to the advertiser's own address. Tm CAMBRIAN" Advertisement and Inquiry I Ofltae at 58, Wind-street, Swansea, is open on Mondays. Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Thursdays, 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Fridays, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Saturdays, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. fljP Remittances under 5s. may be made in Halfpenny Postage Stamps or Postal Orders. Postal Orders should be made payable to THE CAMBRIAN" NEWSPAPER Co., Ltd., at Swansea. Address all communications to TIIJI MANAGER, Til CAMBRIAN NEWSPAPER," SWANSEA. TRADE SPECIALITIES. EGGS.-Pure-bred Plymouth Rooks, Jackson- E Pinch-beck strain 5s. per sitting. Unfer- tiles replaced.—GEORGE MORRIS, Gower Inn, Parkmill, near Swansea. LA169-9-5 LADIES', Gents' and Children's LEFT-OFF CLOTHING BOUGHT; Gents' Drees Suits and Fancy Costumes on Hire. Letters attended to.—3, LOWER WATERLOO-STREET, Swansea. DAVTES' BALSAM OF HONEY for Congas. KwSTSlJS: MOLYNEUX, Fish Merchant, 126, High- « street, Swansea. Cheapest bhop town for Fish of all varieties; wholesale and retail. Trial solicited. |061<J E~ VERY facility at the "CAMBRIAN" Office j for executing ail kinds of Printing. Excellence in Quality and Moderation n Price always tudied. Estimates free. f^fT BUILDERS —Billheads, Memorandums &JL Book., and ey«T tad oi Co»mema Printing at the "CAMBRTAN Office, S>8, w ma- street. I I SITUATIONS VACANT. TRAVELLING DRAPER.—Wanted. CAN- T VASSER and COLLECTOR; abstainer rtreferred ■ Welsh desirable; good character Indispensable. Also SHOP MANAGER wanted. -piticic, Eostnor Hijuse, Neath. a Month can be made with £ 10.—For ot^OU particulars Address CANTRAG, 154, Loadenhail-street, London. |A15u-23-5. HOUSES TO LET OR FOR SALE. OkTSALE, FREEHOLD PREMISES in centre of the town. Would suit profes- ■ional man, or could be converted into business premises.—Apply, EDWARD ROBERTS AND SON, Auctioneers, 40, Oxford-street, Swansea[A187.2.5 PA.RKMILL.- To Let, 9-roonied House and garden situate in its own ground, over- looking valley. Apply J- EBWABDS, Glen View, Parkmili. -1 A176.25.4. URNISHED House to Let for three months, near Bay; south aspect; comtortably furnished bathroom, fa. ac/~tP £ Jy F- »■ TUNBRIDGE, Auctioneer, Gower- [A175-25-4' YNISWERN, Mumbles.-TobeLetor Sold;a well-built Family Residence, • S three reception rooms, ten bedroom^, t rooms; h. and c. bath; good ]i.4 Miss STRICK, 13, Castleton, Mumbles. [Aloo TO be LET or SOLD, Villa RESIDENCE, known as Belmont, situate Mayals, near Swansea, containing 3 reception rooms, 7 bed- rooms kitchen, &c.; has an acre of garden ground; good view ot bay; withih ten minutes of Mumbles Railway—Apply EDWARD ROBERTS & SON, Auctioneers, 40, Oxford-street, Swansea. [A164-25-4 THOSE having HOUSES TO LET OR SELL, or APARTMENTS TO LET, whether in town or country, should send an ADVERHSEMENT to "THE CAMBRIAN," which is the best and cheapest medium for this purpose. Prepaid Terms: 24 words, Sixpence; three times for One Shuhng. See Scale of Rates on front page. Office, 58, Ittmd-etreet. Swansea. MISCELLANEOUS. TO LET—YARD adjoining NORTH DOCK. suitable for Warbh0118? or WORKSHOPS. Also several ARCHES under the Railway, between the Strand and North D?ck; MORRIS- TON BRICK BUILT OFFICE and SHED, adjoining Canal. Neath-road.—Apply, H. JONES, G.W.R. Estate Office, Neath. -I CANCER HOSPITAL (FREE), Vy FULHAM-ROAD, LONDON, S.W. Patients seen daily on their own application at TWO O'CLOCK. Funds urgently needed for General Expenses and for the Research Department. Secretary, FRED. w. HOWELL, "THE CAMBEl^N" maJ obtained from any newsagent, Smitn ana !»ns bookstalls, and Messrs. Everett a^d bon, Saii8bury- sauare, Fleet-street, London- ^.C., pri^ Where any difficulty will be posted regularly f°r three months direct from the TJsher. Wmu-street, Swan- aea. on rp^fipt oi u Is. 9d. SALES BY AUCTION: By Mr. David Roberts- TO INVESTORS, MEMBERS OF BUILDING SOCIETIES AND OTHERS. CARMARTHEN-ROAD, SWANSEA. MR. DAVID ROBERTS has been instructed to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the ROYAL HOTEL, High-Street, Swansea, on WEDNESDAY, April 23rd, 1902, the following LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES:- Lot 1.—All that LEASEHOLD MESSUAGE or DWELLING-HOUSE, situate and being No. 91, CARMARTHEN-ROAD, Swansea, now in the occupation of Mrs. Tucker, at a weekly rental of 3s.9d. Held under lease for a term of 90 years from the 28th September, 1827, at an annual ground rent of 15i. Lot 2.-All that LEASEHOLD MESSUAGE or DWELLING HOUSE, situate and being No. 210, CARMARTHEN-ROAD, SWANSEA, now in the occupation of James Tyler, at a weekly rental of 6s. Hel l under lease for a term of 75 years from the 25th day of March, 1861, at an anuual ground rent of £ 117s. Od. Lot 3.—All that LEASEHOLD SHOP and DWELLING-HOUSE, known as No. 211, CARMARl'HEN-ROAD, together with those two leasehold dwelling-nouses, known as Nos. 212 and 213, Carmarthen-road, now in the occupation of Messrs. John Williams, Thomas Morns and Mrs. Griffiths, at rentals of 9s., 5s., and s. respectively. Held under lease for a term of 75 years rom the 7th day of November, 1853, at an annual ground rent of 94 14s. Od. Sale to commence at 3.30 in the afternoon. For further particulars apply to MESSRS. COLYER AND COLYER, Solicitors, 1, Clement's Inn, Strand, London, W.O. or of the AUCTIONEER, at his offices, iy, Heathfield- street, Swansea. By Mr. Frederick F. Meager. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23RD, 1902. To Colliery Proprietors, Horse Dealers, Farmers and Others. GELLYORGAN FARM, Near Gorseinon Colliery, Gorseinon. IMPORTANT SALE OF VALUABLE COLLIERY HORSES. MR. FREDERICK F. MEAGER, ef the firm of Messrs. BEYNON & MEAGER, is favoured with instmotions from Mesus: Glasbrook Bros., Ld., owing to the closing down of the above Colliery, to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, on the above date and place (removed for the convenience of sale), the undermentioned VALUABLE COLLIERY HORSES, Viz. :-Grey horse, Boxer,' 4 years old, 14 hands high chestnut horse, 'Sailor,' 4 years old, 14 hands high; bay horse, Bob,' 5 years old, 1 hands high; bay horse,' Prince,' 5 ° ■ J hands high; dark grey mare, Bess, 5 years old, 14 hands high bay horse, ^^6 yea s 14 hnnna hijrh; bay mare, .bester, agea, it hands high bay horse, Gladstone,' aged 14-1 hands hiirn • blaek horse, Dick, aged, 15 hands tSh • bSr mare, Violet,' aged, 14-2 hands high grey mare, Scot,' aged, 14 hands high; black mare, Darling,' aged, 14 hands high roan mare, Daisy,' aged, 13-3 hands high; bay horse, 'Turpin,' aged, IS hands high; dark bay horse, Norman,' aged, 15-2 hands high. The above hortles are sold straight out of work in the Colliery, and the Auctioneer can with confidence recommend them to parties requiring horses of this description. They are all reliable workers, and are sold for no other reason than tne one stated above, viz the closing down of the colliery. Sale to commence at 2 p.m. sharp. N.B.—Six months' credit will be given upon approved security, or discount for cash, at the rate of 5 per cent. per annum. Auctioneer's Offices, Melbourne House, 7, Melbourne-place, Swansea. THAT PICTURE which you have stored away Look It out and have it framed tastefully and hung on your wall. (77T-r-rA FiNE ART DEPARTMENT will do it for you in correct style, and Is at a price which will astonish you for cheapness. GASH CHEMISTS F|NE ART DEPARTMENT, 1 and 2, OXFORD-STREET, ) omiwg|. and 8, GOAT-STREET, ) SWANSEA. VEZEY & CO.. COACH BUILDERS By Appointment to the late Queen Victoria, Long Acre & 19, Miisom St., BATH. Have now OPENED a LARGE SHOW-ROOM for the Exhibition of HIGH-CLASS CARRIAGES AT G4, WIND STREET, SWANSEA. A VISIT IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. Thorley.s Cake. All stock thrive to a wish, and GOOD HEALTHY ANIMALS are the results of using Thorley's Cake. Tf animals could speak, they would call for a daily ration of Thorley's Cake, which is, without doubt, the b. -t General Cake in the market. j AGENTS :— CORKER AND BE-N-AN, CORN MERCHANTS, VICTORIA ROAD, SWANSEA, PUBLIC NOTICES. RE THOMAS DAVIES HAMMETT, DECEASED. Pursuant to the Act of Parliament, 22nd and 23rd Vic., cap. 35, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all creditors and other persons having any claims or demands against the Estate of THOMAS DAVIES HAMMETT, late of Swansea, in the County of Glamorgan, Merchant, deceased (who died on the 14th day of October, 1901, and who-e will was proved in the Principal Registry of the Probate Division of His Majesty's High Court of Justice on thA 27th day of February, 1902, by MARGARET ELIZA DORAN, of Priorton-terrace, .Swansea, widow, the Executrix therein named), are hereby required to send the particulars in writing of their claims or demands to us, tne undersigned, BEOR AND PLANT, on or before the 16th day of May, 1902, atter which date the said Executrix will proceed to distribute the assets of the said deceased amongst the persons entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims and demands of which she shall then have had notice, and she will not be liable for the assets of the said deceased or any part thereof so dis- tributed to any person or persons of whose claims or demands she shall not then have had notice. Dated this 16th day of April, 1902. BE OR AND PLANT, Temple-street, Swansea, Solicitors for the said Executrix. NEATH CORPORATION GAS WORKS. TENDERS FOR GAS COAL, ETC. The Gas Committee invite TENDERS for the large screened through and-through GAS COAL required at the above Works (not exceeding in any case 9,000 tons) during the twelve calendar months commencing 1st June next. The Coal to be delivered into the Gas Works, situate at the Midlands, Neath, in such weekly or monthly quantities as may from time to time be appointed by the Manager. Payments to be made monthly, subject to 2 £ per o«nt. discount. COKE AND HAULAGE &c. OF GAS COAL. The Committee also invite TENDERS for:- 1. The purchase of all the Surplus COKE manufactured at the Works for the year com- mencing 1st June, 1902, and ended on the 31st May, 1903. The Coke to be carted away from the Works in purchaser's own carts, and at his own expense in all things.. 2. The Haulage, Discharge, and Stacking of Gas Coal from the Great Western Siding during the like period. Faller particulars on application direct to the Gas Manager (R. A. Browning, Esq.), Gas Works, Neath. No forms of Tender are issued. Separate Tenders, endorsed respectively "Gas Coal Teuder," Tender for Coke," and "Tender for Haulage of Gas Coal," and, in the case of Gas Coal Tenders, specifying the description of Ooil offered and the pits and veins from which raised, be in my hands not later than 10 o'clock on TUESDAY MORNING, 6th May, 1902. No Tender necessarily accepted, but the Committee to be at liberty to accept any portion of a Tender. The Companies or Persons whotle Tenders are accepted must enter into the Contracts usually required by the Neath Corporation in such cases. EDWIN C. CURTIS, Town Clerk. Neath, 15th April, 1902. LANGADOCK SCHOOL BOARD. TO BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. TENDERS are invited for BUILDING an Additional CLASSROOM, &c., to the LLAN- GADOCK BOARD SCHOOL. Plans and Specifications may be seen on application to Mr. J. F. Morgan, C.M.. High Gate, Llangadock. Tenders should be delivered io-D18 on or before May 10th, 1902, sealed and endorsed "New Classroom." The Board do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any tender. By Order, THOMAS THOMAS, Clerk to the Board. Bane-y-noe, Llanwrda, R.S.O., April 15th, 1902. WANTED, SENDEES FOR DRIVING A STONE L DRIFT, t'bout 380 yards long, at GUERET'S GRAIGOLA CoLLFERY. Clydach, Swansea .Valley. For further particulars, apply to the MANAGER at the Colliery, or JOHN ROBERTS, Esq., Mining Engineer, Swansea. CORK INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, 1902. OPEN MAY TO NOVEMBER. A great International Exhibition will be held in Cork from May to November this year under the patronage of their Excellencies the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland and Countess Cadogan. The site is one of the most beautiful in the garden country of Ireland, and extends to over forty acres. Cork City is the radiating centre of some of the lovelie^ tourist trips in these countries, including Glenganffe; Killarney; Blarney; the Blackwater (the Irish'Rhine") the Caves of Ballybumon; the Chff8 Gf Moher, &c. The travelling facilities for such trips are of the most perfect kind. In the Exhibition buildings and grounds the following Nations are represented:- England, Scotland, Canada, United States of America, France, Belgium, Ita y, Austria, Germany, Turkey, Russia, Algeria, China, and Elaborate arrangements are being made for a full supply of Side Shows and Amusements in endless and bewildering variety, and the best Bands in the United Kingdom, and many Foreign Bands of note have been engaged. R. A. ATKINS, J.P., Honorary Secretary. Exhibition Offices, Municipal Buildings, Cork. THE COUNTY TYPE-WRITING AGENCY, THE PARADE. NEATH. MSS. of all kinds copied with neatness, accuracy and dispatch. Experienced in Legal and Valuation Work. Multiplication of copies to any. number. Scale of charges on application. Note the address: CHARLES A. JOHN, County Type-writing Agency, The Parade, Neath. [01485 NEAVE'S FOOD FOR INFANTS. N E A V E'S FOOD \"EAVE'S FOOD FOR GROWING XT EAVE'S FOOD IX CHILDREN. EAVE'S FOOD 1W"EAVE'S FOOD ASSISTS JVJEAVE'S FOOD T, TEETHING. e^,?ct E°od for Infants."—Mrs. ADA BALLIN Editress of Baby. k i?> ^tious."—Lancet. An Excellent Food, admirably adapted to the wante Of Infanta and Young Persons.Sir CHARTS A. UMKEON, C.B., M.D., ex-President of the kolletre of Surgeons, Ireland. IIAS Fop- SoBtIC TIME BEEN USED 11 THE RUSSIAN IMPERIAL NURSERY. If the direetionsgiven on each tin are followed, the Infantile System may be regulated without the aid of medicine. N E AVE S FOOD FOR INVALIDS. NEAV FOOD -NE A V E, S FOOD FOR THE AGED. E A V E, S FOOD —— EAVE'S FOOD OV £ R70teabs> E A, V E, S FOOD IN v r,, s FOOD BFFUTATION, i EDUCATIONAL. ^JNI YTBTTt^T OF WALES. IMPORTANT NOTICE. Owinsr to the date of the CORONATION, the MATRICULATION EXAMINATION of the UNIVERSITY OF WALES will be held on MONDAY, JUNE 30th, 1902. and following days, instead of MONDAY. JUNE 23rd and I following days. as originally fixed. Applications for Entry Forms must be made not later than I MONDAY, MAY 26th. to IVOR JAMES Registrar of the University, Brecon. Maroh 19th, 1902. DANCING, CALISTHENICS, SPANISH AND PHYSICAL EXERCISES, GEDNEY HOUSE, ST. HELEN'S-ROAD. MISS CRAVEN S Classes are held at her residence on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays. Classes also held at Llanelly and Carmarthen. Evening Tuition Class and Private Lessons. LANGLAND BAl. IBLS' BOARDING & DAY SCHOOL \JT BELLBTUB, LAN GLAND NKAH SWAMKA. PRXACIPALS—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. The next Term will begin WEDNESDAY, Jan. 15th. JgBTN HAVLO^LANGL.UiD-ROAD, DAY SCHOOL rOR GIRLS & PREPARATORY BOARDING SCHOOL FOR LITTLE BOYS. Conducted by the MISSES POTTS (Daughters of a Clergyman). Pupils prepared for all Public Examinations. Highest References. Terms on application. SPRING TERM commences JANUARY 22nd. GIRLS' BOARDING & DAY SCHOOL, DUMBARTON, BRYN-Y-MOR ROAD, SWANSEA. PRINCIPAL—MISS GARLICK, A.C.P., Assisted by Certificated Resident French and English Governesses andVieiting Professors. Pupils Prepared for all Public Examinations. The House is well situated in its own grounds, close to beach and parks. Next Term begins :-Boarders, May 3rd; Day Girls, May 5th. PENDEEN COLLEGE, LANGLAND BAY. MODERN HIGH-CLASS SCHOOL fob 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). jJtFBBKNCES;— The LADY Swansea. LADY MORSHBAD, Forest Lodge, Binfieid, BerkB. MRS. WILMOT, Andley Sidmouth, Devon. Miss EDBN, 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 MutsieV Trinity College, College of Violinists, Diploma (Teaohere) and other examinations. rp A N Y R A L 11 T SCHOOL, JL PONTA.BDAWB. » Boarders received and Pr.eP*'ri^ aH Public Examinations. Individoal nd attention. Good diet. Healthy sitna^°n- lerma moderate. Prospectus, 4c., on MB. ASTLEY SAMUEL. Next Term begins MONDAY, Jan. 20th, 1902. SUyDAYSERVICES. TTNITARIAN CHURCH, HIGH-STREET. SUNDAY, APRIL 20. PREACHER REV. W. TUDOR JONES. Snbjects- Morning, at 11: -The Temporal and the E Evening, .t 6.30, H°« 40 S"coe<>d lyTOUNT PLEASANT CHAPEL. SWANSEA. SUNDAY, APRIL 20. PBKACHKR: REV. JAMES OWEN, At 11 and 6.30. i^ASTLE STREET CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. SUNDAY, APRIL 20, 1902. REV. T. IrNClAlB EVANS- Services at 11 a.m and 6.30. ALBERT 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 SRATS FRBE. No COLLECTIONS. FIRST-CLASS HOTELS. LLANDRINDOD WELLS. YORK HOUSE' PRIVATE HOTEL. Splendid position; facing common and golf links near nva^° sitting-rooms excellent cuisine; smoking-rooms bicycle house. Term,, from 14 BRIGHTON GRAND hotel^ (Centre of splendid sea fr°n.h) Electnc light throughout. Sea-water swimming bath. Lifts to all floors. Inclusive terms if desired, except during season.-For particulars apply, S. C. HOWARD, Manager. SHIPPING. IRELAND AND SCOTLAND. SWANSEA TO JgELFAST AND GLASGOW. Flrst-cUM Pawenger STEAMERS are inUnded to pal) rom SHED No. 1, SOUTH DOCK BASIN, t>»> Aflfei.A, To Belfast every Wednesday p.m. tide. To Glasgow every Wednesday & Friday P-m* tidf., Farm Belfast Cabin, 17/6 Steerage, 10/. Glasgow «* 20/- i> Return TickeUi^are-and-a-balf, available for Six -Mont Jig SPECIAL Semmex RETUBK FAKKS Belfast. 20/- available for 1 Month. Glasgow. ». 25/- „ 14daya. Thr Best Bfiuio to h^uu. the Highlands an^i Islands of Scotland to the oi Mar., via Belfast. Gniue Book and information from M 100000. RaO. Acents Ukued. I MUSICAL. MISS FLORENCE FHICKER A.R.A.M., A.R.C.M., Receives Students for the HIGHER DEVELOP- MENT of PIANOFORTE PLATING, 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 tuition of the late Sir G. A. Macfarren, the late Professor Frederick Westlake, Mr. Randegger, 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 th" R.C M. as public singer and in harmony, and also holds the Certificate of Merit of the R.A.M. for pia 'n playing, and five medals of that Institution for piano and singing. Pupils prepared for the Metropolitan Examina- tions of the R.A.M. and R.C.M., also tor the Local Examinations of the Associated Board of the R.A.M. and R.C.M. 100, WALTER-ROAD, SWANSEA. MR. WALTER WHITAKER, Diploma (Leipzig Conservatoire), LATE WITH MR. W. F. HULLEY, Is open to accept pupils for Violin, Viola, Piano, Theory. Harmony and Orchestration. Pupils prepared for Local and Metropolitan Exams., also for Eisteddfodau. Newport, A beravon, Neath and Llanelly visited- Engagements accepted for Concerts, "tAt Homes," etc. Bands provided for Concerts, Balls, Garden Parties, etc. 38, WALTER-ROAD. [A77-15-10 MB. ARTHUR HEY, Mus. Bic., F.R.C.O., L.B.A.M., (Organist and Choirmaster, St. James' Church), PREPARES Pupils for the Royal College of Organists, Royal Academy, and Royal College Examinations. Piano, Organ, Voice Production, Harmony, Counterpoint, Fugue and Orchestration. Theoretical Subjects by Correspondence. Recent Successes: L.R.A.M., A.R.C.O., and A.T.C.L. 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, Ac. 9mg, Lessons Resumed on THURSDAY, the 19th Sept. MR. T. W. RITSON. Mus. BAC., F.R.C.O., Organist of the Parish Church, Oystermouth, Gives LESSONS in SWANSEA and at his Private Address: TAN GLYN, LANGLAND, MUtEBLES. Singing, Voice Production and Sight Reading, Organ and Pianoforte Playing, Harmony, Counter- point, Fugue, Orchestration, Accoustics, &c. Pupils prepared for University, R.C.O., R.C.M., R.A.M., and Assoc. Board, Local Centre Exam. inations. MR. T. J. DENNIS, A.R.C.O. (Organist and Choirmaster of Bethesda Congregational Church, Briton Ferry), ACCEPTS PUPILS IN PTANOFORTE, ORGAN, SINGING & THEORY. Pupils ^"epared for Examinations. 21, QUEEN-STREET, NEATH. BILLPOSTING. BLOOR & CO., ADVERTISING CONTRACTORS AND BILL POSTERS. CHIEF AGENCY FOR WALES. All descriptions of Advertising Circular Distribution, &c., promptly attended Office:—20, CAL VERT-STREET SWANSEA THE SWANSEA & DISTRICT BILLPOSTING AND ADVERTISING COMPANY OiFiCKS:—GOAT-STREET, SWANSEA. THE UNIVERSAL BILL POSTING CO. t-J RENT THE LARGEST POSTING STATIONS In Swansea and surrounding District. ADDsBSS -28, LOWER UNION STREET, SWANSEA LLANDILO. WILLIAM WILLIAMS & SONS, BILLPOSTERS & TOWN CRIERS, 4, RHOSMAEN-STREET, LLANDILO. POSTING DON. IN THE TOWN AND DISTRICT. N BATH & DISTRICT BILL-POSTING J3I COMPANY.-Late T. WALL. OITICES ASSEMBLY ROOMS, NEATH. MANAGER J. W. ROBINSON. Lessee8 and Proprietors of the Best Posting Stations in Neath and District. Till: ABERAVON & PORT TALBOT A BILLPOSTING COMPANY UNDERTAKE BILLPOSTING AND ADVERTISING IN ALL ITS BRANCHED. MANAGBB P. R. JAMES. IT=- V.R.I. Avoid showy cloth cases for Binding this fin work. Hat* it Bound Strongly, Tastefully and Cheaply at E. B. TINSLAY'S, 23, UNION-STREET. A CELEBRATED NELSON WATCH A CHAIN FOFT ONE: DAYS' WORK-N^ YE Genuine »-Hour NICKEL-P^G1 WAT<2|; Warrinted an ACCURATE TIME- IMHSB KEEpfK with Chain and Pendant to Boys aod Gi# "°f Selling Seren Beautiful Pieces of Je»e««gr at ftacl.. Sterling Value. Send A^dress (Post-card doJ |9w?bJ| by Reto»»« p°st. mJwe will at once forward IBB the BoI»f Handsome Jewenerv Po« Paid 31,11 IVK\<« Money Required. KM), LtM w £ ,,enr* .md Penpnt by Fe, HE N]EI-SON *-4, T C(., 6 i,, v Lo NDO". 0 I TRADE NOTICES. BLACKPILL NURSERIES, NEAR SWANSEA. JAMES HARRIS Has to offer a very fine Assortment of CHOICE ORNAMENTAL TREES and SHRUBS; also ROSES, FJtiUIT iREES, &o. A very large Assortment to select from, at most reasonable prices. Trees well acclimatised, and varieties suited to locality. FRENCH and DUTCH BULBS direct from Growers. WREATHS, CROSSES, and other FLORAL DEVICES, at the shortest notice, and frum home grown Flowers. CUT FLOWER3 for all purposes. Address as above. Catalogues and special quutations for large quantities on application. PICTON MEWS. DILLWYN-STREET, SWANSEA. LL. & T. BULLIN. Cabii always ready. Wedding Carriages with Suitable Horses. Funeral Carriages Complete. PATRONISED BY ROYALTY rjlOM B ARRON, ROYAL FLORIST AND BOUQUETIST, 7, OXFORD-STREET. WREATHS, CROSSES, &c., Unequalled in Arrangement. Composed of Choicest Flowers Fresh Cpt from the Gardens at Blackpill. INSPBCTION INVITED. PLEASE ORDER EARLY ToleRramii-" Bsrron. Swansea." KITCHEN RANGES. MOST of our leading professional and business men dine on dinners cooked in our Ranges. The dinners are well cooked—a very important item-and such dinners help them very 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. ROYAL AJAX CYCLES. From 10/- per Month. Write for mustr. 7C ted PRICE LIST, poet free. BRITISH CYCLE M'F'O. Co. (1901), Ltd. (H. N. Dept.), 45, Ever- ton-rd., Liverpool. (Established 1887.) BI[t -k N S B Y 9 SLoxDom & j S"'S.!08T CHOSEN ciSk Telephone. MUMBLES, T E Å 8 No. TEAS. Extra choice carefully selected Teas of the finest grades only. In half-chests, caddy boxes, tins, and lead packets. The Special digestive Tea (No. 4 blend), has op on 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 he had of first-class Grocers, Confectioners and Chemists, or FRAMC BRANBBY, Tea Merchant, Mumbles, R.S.O., Glam. B EAR IN MIND YOU CANNOT BUY ANYTHING BETTER OR MORE ECONOMICAL THAN PURE STARCH, AND THAT THE NAME "STIFF" ON THE BOX IS A GUARANTEE OF THE HIGHEST QUALITY. ^TIFF'S CREAM STARCH IMPARTS A RICH TINT OF COLOUR TO LACE CURTAINS, FRILLINGS, MUSLINS, &c. IN ALL OTHER RESPECTS IT IS SIMILAR TO STIFF'S CELEBRATED WHITE STARCH, AND IS GUARANTEED NOT TO INJURE THE MOST DELICATE MATERIAL. Kature's Perfect Remedy for all kinds of Worm*. WILLIAMS' (PONTABDAW3) WORM LOZENGES For over 30 years this highly Valuable Remedy ibm met with the greatest success. The effect upon Weak, Delicate Children (often given up as incurable) It like Magic. Getting rid of hit tormenting pesta by I taking these Lozenges, the thin, pale-faced, inanimate to Child becomes strong, healthy, and lively, the pride Instead of the anxiety of W» guardians. Llangennech, near Llanelly, Augnst 30th, 1872. DEAR SIB,—My youngest daughter, Kmma Ann, LA years of aee, got rid of a great number of worms b» taking only three or four of Williams' (Poutardawei Worm Lozenges. I am glad to may that she has mucl, Improved in health, being previously lingering anc. delicate in health.—Vours very truly, ° HABTHA OBOTTTHS, late of Ynlspenllwch. SYMPTOMS.—ANY of the following Symptoms ludi-tati, Worms:—Variable appetite, foetid breath, acid erdota- tions. pains !■> *he stomach and head, sickness, grlndina of the teeth during sleep, dreams and restlessness, paleness of the countenance, stitches in the side, short dry cough, •1"' emaciation of the boJy. often mistakes for decline, nervousness, slow fever, and irregular pnlse falntnesg, sometlmeseonviilsivefita, often caus*ngsudd«L death; dimness, sore throat, and inflammation of the bowels. The above symptoms vary according to the kind of Worm*. The LozengescOntlin nothing detrimental to the Con- stitution, and are suitable for It ages. Worm Lozenges are prepared I' from toe Original Receipt by JOHN DAVIES, M.K.P.g., Chemist, 30, High street. Swansea, »nd sold by most chemists, at 9$d., 13fd., ana 2s. ftd. per boX; by post, 14 or 34 stamps. Protected t" the Government stamp, on which are engraved tht words Williams Worni Lozenges. -.DE KILLS- -FTEAS BULS 'blilaTHS BLIETLES. I.INME od. I I TRALP1 yQTTCES. ) DAVID THOMAb. TWephone 6r WATCHMAKER, JEWELLER AND SILVERSMITH, CORNER OF CATTLE ST. & TEMPLv ST" NOTED FOR THE BEST QUALITY AND LOWEST PRICES. SPECIAL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. Novelties in Gold, Silver and Electro Plate. NO HOUSE EQUALS DOWN As SON FOR RELIABLE FURNITURE. 'HtT iv! ^m&XTTEM^VKfSS:KM^HS ?K0WMAIflb GTVE THP BEST POSSIBLE VALUE. CARPETS MADE AND LAID FREE. J:8T ADLISRBD nbablt SALT A cEyruiT. HIGH STREET & MOIIRIS LANE. Swansea. W. C. ROBERTS. PHOTOGRAPHER, 16 & 17, CASTLE-STREET, SWANSEA. HIGH CLASS WORK ONLY AT MODERATE PRICES. The work needs only to be seen to be appreciated. T&1.ZPllon 138. A. J. CHAPPELL. FISHMONGER & OYSTER MERCHANT, POULTERER, DEALER IN GAME, Ac., WIND-STREET, SWANSEA, AND AT NEWTON-ROAD, MUMBLES relegraphio Address—" Chappell, Swansea." COUNTRY ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TC C. ROWLAND, CONTRACTOR TO THE SWANSEA HARBOUR TRUSTEES, AND HAULAGE CONTRACTOR TO THE MIDLAND AND OTHER RAILWAY COMPANIES, n?ESSS< £ ?3? 9. FISHER STREET. CARRIAGE WORKS, FISHER-STREET, SWANSEA. JOHN JONES & CO.. CARRIAGE BUILDERS. Orders for New Work, General Repairs, Painting, Trimming, &c., promptly attended to. Pate Noiseless India Rubber Tyres, and all the Specialities connected with Carriage Building supplied. TELEPHONE 142. BATHS. LAVATORIES. GERM-PROOF PRESSURE FILTERS, etc. JOHN H. NOTT & SONS. ST. HELEN'S ROAD, & QUAY PARADE, SWANSEA. The Physician's M Cure for Gout, II Rheumatic Gout and GraTel. The Universal Remedy for Acidity of the S.fert and most Stomach, Headache. Heartburn, indigestion, Gentle c c'^ or Sou, Eructations, Bilious ASections. £ 5^5 and the Sickness of Pregumey. DINNEFORD",Z' 6 M;A 8iIo. WORTH A GUINEA A BOX. BEECHAFS PILLS. FOR ALL BILIOUS & NERVOUS DISORDERS. SICK HEADACHE, CONSTIPATION, WEAK STOMACH, WIND, IMPAIRED DIGESTION, DISORDERED LIVER, AND FEMALE AILMENTS. THE :SALE IS OVER P MILLION BOXES PER ANNUM. Prepared only by the Propriet. THOMAS BEECHAM, St. Helens, Lancashire. Soldjby all Druggists and Patent Medici,, e Dealers everywhere, in Boxes, le. lid. ft 2a. 9d. f!&cb Full Directions with each box. i rl i THE CAMBRIAN I PRINTING WORKS Has a unique reputation for the neatness, the superior qualify, and prompt despatch of every description of PRINTING', and in order to cope more efficiently with the increasing orders for big Jobs," improved facilities have been provided, and which are exceptionally adapted for POSTERS OF ALMOST UNLIMITED DIMENSIONS ¡ IX ALL COLOURS, I on the SHORTEST NOTICE. j Country Orders, by Post or Wire, are executed without de'ay. Estimates FREE* 011 application to SAX. WILLIAMS, U THE ¡ CAMBRIAN" OFFICES, SWANSEA. J EVERY FRIDAY. (Established 1804.) ONE PENNY THE CAMBRIAN s..v.. The First Newspaper in Wales, A FAMILY JOVtRU. k GEHEIUi OF THE HIGEKfr ASS ADVERTISEMENTS may be rec#">«-d at the Office. No. 58, Wivw < «.r ? 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