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talt of Cjiargcs <J FOR CONSECUTIVE WEEKLY INSERTIONS OF SMALL ADVERTISEMENTS (WHEN PREPAID ONLY). ONE THREE SIX WORDS. INSERTION. INSERTIONS. INSERTIONS 24 6d ••• Is Od ••• I8 6d 32 9d Is 6d 2s 6d 40 la Od 2s 0d — 38 Od 48 Is 3d 2s 6d 4s Od 56 1B 6d 3s Od 4s 6d And so on at the rate of THREEPENCE or every additional EIGHT words. THREE Insertions for the price of TWO. The foregojpg Scale applies only to APARTMENTS AND HOUSES To LET or WANTED SITUATIONS VACANT or WANTED HOUSES, OFFICES, PROPERTIES and SHOPS to LET or SELL LOST and FOUND; MISCELLANEOUS PRIVATE WANTS and SALES; but not to any advertise- ment of a Trade nature. TRADE SPECIALITIES, &c- (WHEN PREPAID ONLY). ONE THREE SIX WORIV8. INSERTION. INSERTIONS. INSERTIONS 24 9d Is 6d 2s 3d 32 Is Od 2s Od 3s Od 40 la 3d 2s 6d 38 9d 48 la 6i 3a Od 4s 6d If a Voucher Copy be desired, an extra Three Halfpenoe per insertion should be added to above cheap prepaid rat33. Unless prepaid the Advertisements wql. be ohargod by the Business scale. Advertise- ments from Public Bodies are not inserted at the Prepaid Rate. The Postmaster-General does not allow letters 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 initials, &c., or otherwise, may be directed to THE CAMBRIAN" Office free of charge; and if stamps are sent to cover postage, will be for- warded to the Advertiser's own address. "THE CAMBRIAN" Advertisement and In- quiry Office 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.v).; Saturdays, a.m. to 1 p.m. 1ST Remittances under 56. may be made in Halfpenny Postage Stamps or Postal Orders. Postal Orders should be made payable to THE CAMBRIAN" NEWSPAPER CO., Ltd., at Swan- sea. Address all communications to THE MANAGER, "THE CAMBRIAN NEWSPAPER," SWAN8BA. TRADE SPECIALITIES. I LADIES', Gents' and Children's LEFT-OFF CLOTHING BOUGHT: Gents' Dress Suits and Fancy Costumes on Hive. Letters attended to.—3, LOWER WATERLOO-STREET, Swansea. DAVTES* BALSAM OF HONEY for Coughs. Colds, Asthma, Tightness of rfce Chest, Ac. 6td. and is. 31— Prepared only by J. DAVIKS, M.P.S DUpentiug Chemist. 30, Hiirh-atreet, Swansea r01460 PMOLYNEUX, Fish Merchant, 126, High- • street, Swansea. Cheapest Shop in town for Fish of all varieties; wholesale and retail. Trial solicited. [0612 B~ FFORlTT?uving Harness and Saddlery H inquire prices Horse Clothing. Carriage \nrons Loin Cloths. Clippers. Lamps. C h'apit House in Wales.-Saddlery om- ,nv Alexandra Sw:.ns*;i; £ ^10"c 0460. ABoM-U. EVEflY facility at the CAMBRIAN" Office for executing all kinds of Printing. Excellence in Quality and Moderation in Prico alwavs studied. Eatimateg free. f HO BUILDERS.—Billheads. Memorandums, JL Business Circulars and Cards, Time Sheets, Estimate Books anu every kind of Commercial Printing at tne CAMT.RTA.N Office. 58, Wind-street. HOUSES TO LET. OFFICES TO LET. with ii<iniecli;iie pos- session (splendidly equipped) at A er- tion House. Briton Kerry.- Apply, Etatc I Office. Briton Ferry. 17, V1LL1ERS STREET. ljKITON FEIIRY. TO LEASE, for Seven or Fourteen years. HOCSE. SHOI\ uivi riti:MiSES. For Particulars and Tenr>> apply. A. Jestyn .Fetfreys. Solicitor, Neath. APARTMENTS- APARTMENTS.—To all haviDg Apartments to let. Do not lose pounds by having your Apartments empty when, for Is. (or taree weeks, 2s.). you can have a thirty-word ADVERTISE- MENT in Six LONL>OX SUBURBAN NEWS- PAI'EES, circulating in districts which eaoh year send thousand-A of visitors to Swansea. Names of papers-" Ley ton, West Ham." Wsngtead. >\oodfovd, and Forest Gate," M an-r Park, and- Ilfovd Express and Independent.Address PUBLISH, "Inde- pendent" Off"" T-evto^stone. London. X' v. Darlington's Handbooks. "Sir Henry Ponsonby-is <wm- mantled by the Queen to tha"k Mr. Darlington for a copy ot Handbook." e. _<< p„;4. Nothing better could be wished -<•' >ntish 5 Weekly." "Far superior to ordinary £ ru;G?.<• aily Visitors to London, and ResideSJOI-I use DARLINGTON'S LONDON "Se'itaw." I Tile lune! AND By E. C. COOK & E. T. COOK. 11 A. T?1WTT?01VS. 3rd Ed. Revised Ed, 5b/- XJ\yj P4 mmia A- ]i!HTI; • fiO illUS. Particularly good."—" Academy." Visitors to Brighton, Eastbourne, Hasting?, Bournemouth, Exeter, Exmouth, Sidmouth, Dawlish, Teignmouth, Torquay, Paignton, Dartmouth, Dartmoor, Exruoor, Plymouth, Falmouth, Penzance, Newrjnav, Clovelly, Ilt'racombe, Lynton. Minehead, ye Valley, Severn Valley, Bath, Weston-super-Mare, Malvern, Hereford, Worcester, Gloucester, L'.audrindod Wells, Llangollen, Aberystwyth, Towyn, Barmouth, Dolgellv, Harlech, Criccieth, Pwllheli, Llandudno, Treftiw, Rhyl, Bettws-y- Coed, Festiniog, Conway, Colvvy:i Bav. Norwich, Anrnioutb, Lowestoft. Norfolk Brmul*, Isle of iffht, and Channel Inlands should use DAR- 11, 1 N HANBOOKS, Is. each. 111::>1 TT THE J:I0TEL U* THK \.<.rí.!J. A Handbook to the leading Kote's throughout the World. Llangollen DARLINGTON C C.). London: SUP.'ICIN & Co. The Railway bookstalls and all Booksellers. PHOTOGRAPHS, Beautiful Photographs of Scenery, Bums,i &c., in Italy. Ore•>'■<>. Turkey, Palestine, and **ypt; also North Wales, Is., s. 6d., and 2s. i^ist post Free. DARLINGTON & CO., LL.-INGO LLEN. 1UPISS, CON8TITxjTIuN rtALLiS V.' Are an unfaihn9 rrm*4y (t trite fjr pamphlet) HORSES, tor TESTIMONIAL. X^rea»o, Swelled Legs, Russley Park Crack0ti Heels, I have used Cupiss' Concha. CoMs.fStarino- Constitution Balls for oat,lilfiti iy-n„ the last 10 years, and tone and an'J have much pleasure in keepin?|high-fe^' jjor. testifying to the good ses in Health, effects they have had For CA1' 1 ■i;,A sHEEP in improving the con- in cases of Hove or ditioii of Horses in Blown, flide Bound, training, particularly Loss of Appetlt, Die. in the Spring and emper tl)idOlUiO, &C- Autumn mouths. For Scouring in Calvca MAT. DAWSON. they are almost infal- hble. Prepared upwards of 50 years by the late FsANCli CUPIM, M.R.C.V.S. 8o:d in Parkata. 1. Oil. and 7 amall 103. 5a. tr 7 la.o Zli., hy etc and Druggtjts. I SALES BY AUCTION: I BY MESSRS. JAMES AND JAMES. GROVESEND FAEM, PONTAEtDULAIS, GLAMORGAN SHIEE. (Distant 1 miles from Pontardulais Railway Station, on the L. and N.W. and G.W. Rail- ways, and 1 mile from Gorseinon). MESSRS. JAMES AND JAMES are JII. favoured with instructions from Mr. David Joseph, to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the above Farm, on WEDNESDAY, NOV- EMBER 5th, 1902. the following Valuable Live Stock, Hay Crop, Implements, &c., viz., CATTLE—19 Milch Cows; 3 young Cows with Calves at their heels; 16 young Cross- bred Shorthorn and .Hereford Dairy Cows (first and second calvers) to calve from Nov- ember onwards. Six In-calf Heifers. Five Fat Cattle. Fourteen Store Cattle. Two Bulls. Four Goats. TWELVE GRAND HORSES, including the Celebrated Grey Shire Colt, 3 years old, 16.1 h.h., good worker, and winner of 10 First i Prizes. NINETEEN PIGS. IMPLEMENTS, etc. HAY CROFT, a,bout 60 Tons. Luncheon on the tables at 11 o clock, Sale to commence immediately afterwards. Six months' credit will be given on ap- proved security on sums over JE2 or a dis- count will be allowed for cash at the rate of 6 per cent. per annum. Auctioneers' Offices. Arcade Chambers, Goat- street, Swansea. By MR. JAMES S. PITT. THE ESTATE OF MRS. JANE WALTERS (Deceased). ST. MARY STREET ANI) CROSS STREET, SWANSEA. MR. JAMES S. PITT will SELL by AUCTION, at the HOTEL METRO- POLE, SWANSEA, on TUESDAY. OCTO- BER 28th. 1902. at Three o'clock in the Af- ternoon precisely, subject ,,4 Conditions to be then and there produced, and to the Public Sale Conditions of the Bristol Incor- porated Law Society, the following PROPERTY. All those Freehold Premises, situate at the Corner of St. Mary Street and Cross Street, Swansea, and having frontages of about 36 feet to St. Mary Street, and about 30 feet t) Cross Street.'now let to Mr. Bloor as an Advertising Station at. £ 8 per annum, upon a vearly tenancy. The Hoardings are the property of the tenant and not included in the Sale. The Mines and Minerals are reserved. For further particulars apply to the Auc- tioneer, 15. St. John-street, Bristol; or to Messrs. A. U. and N. G. HEAVEN, Solicitors. 9, St. John Street, Bristol. ELECTION ADDRESSES. Neath. T) OR 0 LG H OF X E A T H NORTH WARD. ELECTION OF TWO COUNCILLORS, ht NOVEMBEli, 1902 TO THE ELECTORS. Ladies and Gentlemen, Some twelve months or so ago, at the request of a large number of the Work- ing Men of the Borough of Neath, I con- tested a seat upon the Neath Town Council. The Contest resulted in my election to that Body. The term for which you were then pleased to elect me is about to expire, and. conscious of having satisfactorily performed the duties and obligations devolving upon me, 1 conlidently again appeal to you for your suffrages. In accordance with my promise to you when elected I have entirely severed my con nection with the Briton Ferry District Coun- cil and have now come to reside in the North Ward of the Borough of Neath. During the period it was your pleasure I should represent you. upon the Neath Corpor- ,It ation, many very important matters have been under the consideration of the Council, and I may allude in particular to the better housing of the working classes, the Neath and Brynamman Railway Bill, the Ystrad- I,- feiite Water Bill, and with regard to these, and all other matters, my conduct has been influenced by a consideration of how I could best enhance your interests and further the welfare a.nd prosperity of the Borough. I consider to unite the Borough of Neath with the outlying districts by means of Rail- way Systems, and thereby afford easy access to the town, would greatly improve the finan- cial position of the Corporation, and bene licinliy affect its trade and advancement. I am heartily in sympathy with the gen- eral principle of better and more healthy dwellings for the Working Classes, and I shall always be prepared to give due and careful consideration to any scheme brought before the Council in this behalf, due regard being had to the linances"at their disposal. I am of opinion that the time is fast ap- pioaching when the Corporation should take mto consideration the advisability of Ex- tending its Boundaries—to take in the in- dustrial centres in the immediate neighbour- hood. and. thereby, increase its rateable value with the benefits attendant thereon. I Ii re-elected. 1 will not in any circum- stances allow party feeling or pol-itical pre- judice to influence my vote in any way. but wiil always endeavour to pursue that course of duty which will commend itself to the general body of my fellow Burgesses, and further the interests of all classes within the borough. \Vitl¡ the hope that I shall again receive tIle favour of your support and interest. I beg to remain, Ladies and Gentlemen. Very laithiully yours-, A. JESTYN JEFFREYS. 10. South Tervace. Neath. 20th 1902. 7504 JJEATH .MUXfCrr-U- ELECTION. MELYN OR SOLTH WARD. Ladies and Geiitk-;1!en^— For se\erii] Years 1 have been re- quested by a large "Illilbel- of Ratepayers to allow mvseK to he nominated for a scat on the Town Council, but hny!, refc,SP(i. After due consideration- i,m' having the time at my disposal. I to offer myseli as a Candidate. I have lived ailing you nil my ]if. aud am of the Bitte- payers, your interests aie mine and identical- and should you do i|ie ^lie honour of electing me. I shall alwavs ende.ttour t0 servv vou faithfully and to the best ot my ability. There is an important €| •"}* present be- fore the Countiy. viz. J '0 R ation Bill. This will affect every local Council throughout the Country, and will of and deep conviction to deal w ifi1 This Hill. if it is passed, takes the ria'ht of 'Yt'11mient from the Peopk, which I unjust. awl I should always oppose this. H* consider that Taxation and Representation are the only sound principles of Government. are other matter: of importance that will require s; ritm. _attin! ion. vi/ Tiie The Introduction a Reading 1'ooin or Branch Library foi the Ratepayers oi this Ward. await with confidence your verdict- °'a November 1st. I remail). Yours W. H. I1T"X]\ | La-riiVsddu, Nenth, October !7th, 1902. ELECTION ADDRESSES. Swansea. HIGH-STREET. SWANSEA. T RF, COUNTY BOKOUGH OF SWANSEA. MUNICIPAL ELECTION, NOVEMBER. 1902. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE ALEXANDRA WARD. Ladies and Gentlemen,— Having been asked by a large number of the electors of this important Ward to offer myself as a Canctidalte for the Council, I have pleasure in complying with their request and respectfully solicit your suffrages at the forthcoming Municipal Election. I have spent many years of my life in your midst, so am thoroughly conversant with your needs, and promise you that if I am returned I will do all in my power to study your requirements and promote the welfare and interest of the town. Believing that we have an insufficient num- ber of Open Spaces, and that it is essential to the well-being of the community that they should not he diminished, I am in favour of preserving Dyfatty Fiefld as a recreation ground, and am prepared to sanction the ex- penditure of money upon it to make it more useful and attractive. I am also in favour of the judicious expen- diture of public moneys to promote the public good, and will watch very carefully any un- necessary expenditure, and in all cases where public money is spent I believe that the public should have a just measure of control. I shall take the opportunity very soon of expressing my views to you more fully. Believe me, I am. yours obediently, DANIEL JONES. October, 1902. 7427 g WANSEA MUNICIPAL ELECTION. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE CASTLE WARD. Ladies and Gentlemen,— For years past I have been pressed to offer myself as a candidate for a seat in the Council as one of the representatives of the Castle Ward, where for fifteen years T.y business has been carried on. Having now the necessary time at my disposal, and be- lieving that I can be of use to the Ward, the needs of which are intimately known to iv-e, I have decided to seek your suffrages at I he November Election. In the event of my suc- cess. I can earnestly assure you that my best efforts will be devoted to justifying your con- fidence. Soliciting your vote and interest, I am, Faithfully yours. THOS. T. CORKER. Victoria-road, October 2, 1902. TO THE ELECTORS OF. THE ST HELEN'S WARD. Ladies and Gentlemen,— The period for which you elected me to the Towu Council expires on the 1st of November. Eighteen years ago 1 was re- turned for the South 'Ward (of which the St. Helen's district formed a part) and have re- presented YOIU ever since. I sought your suf- frages then in the hope that I might promote the moral aud physical health of the commun- ity. and during all the years I have kept this object before me. It is the only reason that now prompts me to seek a renewal of your confidence. I shall have opportunities of discussing municipal questions with you. and therefore 1 need not now enter upon a statement of my general views. My public career is known to most of you. for I have spent all my adult life iu Swansea, and for thirty years have been a member of its public bodies. If you think fit to return me again, the principles that have guided and inspired me in the past shall continue to direct my con- duct in the coming days. I promise on that, with all my heart, 1 will utrive for the highest good of the com- munity. I itil), Yours very truly. JOHN ADAMS PAWLING. ]4. Northampton-place, Swansea, and Bryn Awel, Skettv. Oct, 24 1902. C 01 NTY BOROUGH OF SWANSEA. ELECTION OF COCNCILLOR FOR THE EAST WARD. TO THE BURGESSES. Ladies and Gentlemen, 1 have pleasure in again submit- ting myself for election as one of your lie- presentatives on the Swansea Countv Coun- cil, and, in doing so. I have to thank you very sincerely for the confidence you have hitherto shown me. and to express the hope that my work during the past six years has met with -our approval, and merit a, renewal of confidence at the poll on November 1st. I came before you in 1896 as an Indepen- dent Candidate, having as my chief aim the representation of all Ratepayers without dis- tinction of any class or section. W i £ h the other Representatives of our W ard I have worked with unvarying zeal for the better- ment of its condition, and can point to con- siderable improvements effected during my terms of office, the lIIore prominent being g better Rouds, better Lighting, the provision of a Service Reservoir as the first essential for providing a constant supply of water, better Raving, and at least one of the two parks remiired to meet the want of our ex- tuixivc district. The initial steps have been taken to pro- vide Electric Lighting of our streets, and an up-to-date service of Electric Cars, also the construction of a New Bridge across the North Dock Lock. to replace the horribly dangerous and grossly inadequate one of the 1 "resent The provision oi a Bridge to connect Pen- trechwyth with the llaiod was included in the Omnibus Bill, but the. Vested interests of the land-owlwn; on each side of the Tawe were insisted on. and of such a nature, (If the clause was ne- cessary. The delay is vexatious, hut I ven- tuie to oredict that the near future will find us with powers to erect a Bridge bettor ill all resuects than originally intended. I was elected on nine of the eleven Com- (,i, tile, (!()Utl(,il. attendance has been of the very best. |n these dajol Labour Lepvesentation it wil'. am sure, be pardonable h, me recall- ing the fact that I. as nominee of the Swan- sea Trades and Labour Council, the first Labour Contest in Wales, nnd "though elected afterwards on Independent, lines, the workers cannot- reproach me with having over given a note on the Council contrary to the i.rim-iple* expressed at my first contest and J fed wtirc that the labour V)((o ami suiiooi l will not be withheld trim, me on t n is occasion • am. Ladies and Gentlemen. Yours von- sincerely. JOHN HENRY LEE. 16. Albanv Terrace. St. Thomas. Oct, 13th, 39C2. I ELECTION ADDRESSES. Swansea. gWANSEA MUNICIPAL ELECTION. NOVEMBER 1st. 1902. TO THE BUBOESSES OF TIL ST. HELENA WARD. Ladies and Gentlemen. At the request of a large number of Bur- gesses in the Ward, I have consented to be- come a Candidate for a seat in the Town Council as your representative. Having resided in the Ward for the last ten years, I claim to be thoroughly acquainted with its requirements. Whilst being anxious for the due observ- ance of the Sabbath, I am of opinion that the persecution of the poor, by the enforcement of the Act of Charles U., is a mistaken policy. I am strongly opposed to the Brynmill Out- let Scheme, as proposed, not only on the grounds that it would be detrimental to the Fishing Industry, but also for Sanitary rea- sons, believing hat the river bed is the proper outlet for the sewage of this district. I am in favour of improving the condition of the Saiads, and maintaining oujp open spaces, and am of opinion that a Pier from the Slip would be attractive and an advan- tage, believing that Swansea should be ad- vanced. not only as a Commercial and Indus- trial Centre, but also as a Holiday 'Resort. ,Soliciting your Vote and Interest, I am. yours faithfully, CORNELIUS LYONS. Robin Hood Hotel, Fleet-street. Swansea. MUSICAL. MR. S. W. T. LIDDELL, BANDMASTER, SWANSEA POLICE AND COUNTY COUNCIL BAND. (Graduate Brussels Conservatoire of Music), Prepares Candidates for local or other Musical Exams. Counterpoint, Harmony, and,'Tnstrumentation taught by personal attendance or per post. Violin, Viola, Clar, inet and other wind instruments taught. For terms, etc., Apply- 25, BRUNSWICK STREET, SWANSEA. MR. C. JOHNSON, F.R.C.O. PROFESSOR OF MUSIC. Organist and Choirmaster St. Gabriel's Church Solo Organist and Pianist, Conductor, Viola Player,&c. Teacher of Organ, Piano, Sing- ing and Voice Production Theory of Music Harmony and Counterpoint, &c. Mr. Johnson has only been in the town a comparatively short time,yet he has already met with considerable success as a teacher. At his recent Pupils' Concert thirty pupils appeared. Amongst his pupils are numbered many of the rising musicians of the town, who hold impor- tant positions as Organists, Pianists,and Accom- panists. Recent successes include Jen certificates of the R.A.M., R.C.M. and Tanity College (Nine Senior). Pupils only prepared for certifi- cates of these old and recognised institutions which exist solely for the purposes of musical ^Address :—26, BRYN-Y-MOR-CRESCENT. MISSFLORENCE FRICKER 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 a.nd COMPOSITION. MISS FRICKER studied for six years at the I 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 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 ot that Institution for piano and singing. ,g. Pupils prepared for the Metropolitan Examina- tions of the R.A.M. and L.M., also for the Local Examinations of the Associated Board of the R.A.M. and R.C.M. 100, WALTER-ROAD, SWANSEA. C. L. E- NASH (Cert. R.A.M., R.C.M., and T.C.L. Senior), IS prepared to take Pupils at his own or their Address, accord'"? to arrangement, in PIANOFORTE PLAYING, ORGAN, and THEORY OF MUSIC. For Terms, &c., applV to 21, WALTER-TERRACE, SWANSEA. MR. ARTHUR HEY. Mus. BAC., F.R.C.O., L.R.A.M., (Organist and Choirmaster, St. James' Church), PREPARES Pupils for the Royal College of -t- Organists, Royal Academy, and Royal College Examinations. Piano, Organ, Voice Production, Harmony, Counterpoint, Fugue a Orchestration. Theoretical Subjects by Correspondence. Recent Successes: L.R.A.M., A.R.C.O., and A.T.C.L. 17, WALTER-R°AI)» SWANSEA. ACADEMY OF MUSIC, 100, W LTBR-ROAD. MRS. EDWARD Fricker, MISS F L 0 E. ENe E PRICKER, A.R.A.M., A.R.C.M., AND MISS MINNIE FRICKER, L.R.A.M. Piano, Harp, and Solo Singing, Harmony. n&ing, Theory of Music, &c. Lessons Resumed on THuRsDAY, the 18th Sept. T. J. DENNIS, A.R.C.O. (Organist and Choirmaster of Bethesda Congregational Church, Briton Ferry), ACCEPTS RUMS I PIANOFORTE, ORGANS SINGING & xhe°k1 • Pupils -D,Lpare(I for ExLill ill j 21, QLtEEN-&TKEET> NEATH. SHIPPING. ElUIGRATI05 TO CANADA by ALLAN ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS, every Thursday. Free grant xarrri labourers and domestic servants in great demand; also openings for capitalists. and full particulars free.—Apply, Allan i James-street, Liverpool: or 1Q3. Lead?Dt,f^, st^eet. London or to T. R. W. Mason Mount-street, Swansea. SUMMER TOURS IgCOTLAND AND J R E L A N D First-class Passenger Steamers from SWAN- SEA, every WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY. Cabin Return Excursion Fares as ttiidi-r:- BELFAST 20/ available for i month. GLASGOW. 25/ » 14 days. eiie,it)est,ii)(I Best notte for Ciants" Cause- way, North of Ireland, Oban and the Scottish Highlands. Illustrated Guide Book and all information Free from M. JONES AD' BROn., Albion Chambers, Swansea. 1- EDUCATIONAL. GOVERNMENT SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND ART, I ALEXANDRA ROAD, SWANSEA. S I ALL THE « CLASSES of the ABOVE SCHOOL WILL RE-OPEN ON TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23rd. For further information see Handbills or Posters, or apply at Free Library. BY ORDER. LANGLAND BAI. GIRLS' BOARDING & DAY SCHOOL, BELLEVUE, LANGLAND, NEAR SWANSEA. PRINCIPALS—'The MISSES PHIILIPS, Assisted by Resident Certificated English and Foreign Governesses 8 nd Visiting Masters. Preparation for Local Examinations. The House is pleasantly situated in its own grounds on a hill. and overlooking the sea. The AUTUMN TERM will begin on TUES- AY, ooEPT. 16th. 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. Next Term begins :-Boarders, Sept. 16th; Day G-rls, Sept. 17th. BRYN HAULOG, LANGLANB-ROAD, MUMBLES. DAY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS PREPARATORY BOARDING SCHOOL FOR LITTLE BOYS. Conducted by the MISSES POTTS (Daughters of a Clergyman). Pupils prepared for all Public Examinations. Highest References. Terms on application. AUTUMN TERM commences SEPT. 23rd. pE N D 1, E N c OLLEGE. LANGLAND BAY. MODERN HIGH-CLASS SCHOOL FOR GIRLS JJjflSS 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 M -OUSHEAD,ForestLodge, Dinfielcl, Berks. MRS. WILMOT, Audley Sidmouth, Devon. Miss EDEN, The Bryn, Sketty, Swansea. REV. SECRFTAN 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. DANCING, CALISTHENICS, &e. Miss LANGDON'S CLASSES FOR DANCING, DEPORTMENT AND CALISTHENICS Will be RESUMED at SWANSEA on SATUR- DAY, OCTOBER 11th, at 3 o'clock p.m. NEATH, MUMBLES & the Neighbourhood visited AN ADULT CLASS on TUESDAY EVEN- INGS. For Terms apply- 2, SEA VIEW VILLAS, TERRACE-ROAD, SWANSEA. LESSONS given in all the new and fashion- able dances. DANCING, CALISTHENICS, SPANISH AND PHYSICAL EXERCISES. GEDNEY HOUSE, ST. HELEN'S-ROAD. MISS CRAVEN will RESUME her JUVENILE CLASSES at Home on MONDAY, October 6th, at 5 o'clock: WED- NESDAY, October 8th, at 2.30 and 5 o'clock; SATURDAY. October 11th, at 2.15. ADULT TUITION CLASS, MONDAY, Oct. 13th, at 7.30. LLANELLY, Oct. 11th; NEATH, Oct. 14th. Classes also held at the Mumbles, Carmar- then, &c. Private Lessons. "AT HOIE." SATURDAY and MONDAY, the 4th and 6th inst., or by appointment. r C, LARGEST, BEST, CHEAPEST ) r ( Nearly 300 Branches LOCAL ADDRESSES 1 2 OXFORD-STREET, & 8, GOAT-STREET, SWANSEA. Also at Newport, Pontypridd, Llar.elly. &c., &c CANCER. HOSPITAL (FREE), FULliAM-ROAD, LONDO. S.W. Patients ileen daily on their own application at TWO O'CLOCK. „ Euuds urgently needed for Geoeral Expenses and fcr the Research Department. Secretary, FRED- W HQ^TEL; PIeTOX MEWS, DILLYVYN-STREET, JL SWANSEA. LL. & T. BULLIJJ". Cabs always ready. WeddingJCarriages with SuitableHorses. Faneml Carriages Complete. I TRADE NOTICES. I 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 Rang-e- at a satisfactory price-and we undertake to fix it in a satisfactory manner. JENKINS & CO., IRONMONGERS, 89, OXFORD-ST., 9 & 10. PARK-STREET SWANSEA. Telephone 199. B IRA-R 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. ks 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. LD HARNESS & BELTS 01 PI Repaired with BIFUE- 11 H CATED RIVETS. Driven and il 1 111 Clinched with any hammer. 11 1 f 1 -From all Ironmongers, in 12 8 || assorted Boxes, Jin. to |in., 6d.; LI 1 Jin. to fin., Is. If unobtainable send stamps to BIFURCATED RIVET CO., LTD., 10. WOOL EXCHANGE, LONDON, E.C. oo 14 A G-OUT PILLS The only remeay in the world for GOUT and RHEUMATISM that relieves and cures these complaints. Sure, safe and effectual. The composition is purely vegetable. No restrain of diet during use. Ask for BLAIR'S GOUT and RHEUMATIC PILLS. All Chemists and Stores, at Is. ld. and 2s. 9d. per box. W'ilv. ui doubt THORLEY'S CAKE is the Cake of the Age. ALL STOCK THRIVE ON THORLEY'S CAKE. AG EST* MESSRS. CORKER & BEVAN, VICTORIA ROAD, SWANSEA. THORLEY'S OAKES are manufactured in the best fitted mills in the world. .1; t'W;i. i KEATINC'S L ■EASILY CURE I (THE WORST COUCH.1 ■ One Cives riiief- An increasirrj B te■ f °I [*V" is a. certain fla tins | iiature's Perfect Remedy for all kinds of Worms. WILLIAMS' (PONTARDAW3) W O R M L O Z E G E S For over 30 years this highly Valuable Kemedy has met with the grrestest success. The effect upoa Weak, Delicate Children (often given up as Incurable) it Get-tinj? rid ot his tormenting pests by these the thin, pale-faced, inanlnia'e Child becomes strong, healthy, and lively, tne priu-, Instead of the of his guardians. Llangennech, near Llanelly, August 30th, 1872. DEak Sih,—My youngest daughter, Jvmma Ann, ]3 >ears of age, not rid ot a great iiumoer of worms t>» lasiug only three or four of Williams' (Pontardaw*-) >\ oi'm Lozenges. I am glad to 1t.1Y that she has rour h improved ill health, being previously lingering ILLd delicate In bealtb.-YonrB very truly, MABTHA GEIFFITH8, late of Ynlspenllweh. SYMPTOMS.—Any of the following SvmotomB ludica; e Worms:—Variable appetite, foetid breath, aciderjMt- tions. pains in the stomach and bead, sickness, Krlor- tg of the teeth during sleep, dreams and restless- Bess, paleneBSO* the countenance, stitcliee in the side, short dry cough, and emaciation of the body. often mistaken for decline, nervousness. slow fever, and ir- regular pulse f&ntness, sometimes convulsive fit?, ofteu caus'-iifc sudden death; dizziness, sore throat, and inflammation of the bowels. The above symp- toms vary according to the kind of Worms. The Iiozenges contain nothing detrimental to the Constitution and are suitable for -.11 ages. Williams' (Pontardawe) Worm Lozenges are pre pareo from the Original Receipt by JOHlf DAVIFS, M.R.P.S., Chemist, 30, High street. Swansea, and sold by most chemists, at gid., lStd., ano 9d. ptr box; by post, 14 or 34 stamps. Pro- tected b., the Government stamp, ou which a. tbt W,-rds Williams' Worm Lozenges. A CELEBRATED NELSON WATCH AND effAIR FREE FOR ONE DAY'S WORK. I Ve "•"d this Genuine 3d.Hr.ur Nickel- r-T-j I'latMWATCH, Warranted arl ACITKATK 1 TIS £ E-lvi-hl'tK, with Chain and IVmlant. ■■KV for selling Seven Beautiful Article- at Is. IJRQ5>IN(8 each. Jt^rlinp value. Send your full Name ft IfrlS.t and Address (Post-eard will do' hv Ketilrn M of Host, and we will »t once forward the B J of H»n<lsome Goods, I'o^t Paid, anfl a large H /'TTaWwji Premiujn List. No Money Kenuired. H |fdP\ "jlTS TUBS! YUL. We send the Good» af ou^" fsj |K\ own risk. Send us the money tlia' y".11 t ry [MM Lk|] hd fov them, and we Kml vou the w»leli, NH-A Ji M Chain and Pendant by iteiistered Post. THL NELSON* MANUFACTURING CO., 11, Alternate Street, London, E.C. I TRAtE NOTICES. | DAVID TH03IAS, WATCHMAKER, JEWELLER AND SILVERSMITH, Corner of Castle-street and Temple Street. NOTED FOR THE BEST QUALITY AND LOWEST PRICES. SPECIAL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. Novelties in Gold, Silver and Electro Plate. GREAT CLEARANCE SALE OF China, Earthenware, Crlass, Cutlery, etc. Messrs. F. PRIMAVESI & SONS, 26. CASTLE STREET. SWANSEA (WHO ARE RETIRING FROM BUSINESS), Will dispose of their large Stock, at Great Reductions for Cash. No reasonable offer refused, as Stock must be Cleared. WORCESTER AND MINTON CHINA FOR SALE. N.B.—Special Shov. of Indian Embroidery Work for Sale at much below cost price. No House Equals DOWN & SON FOR RELIABLE FURNITURE, THEY ARE THE LARGEST MAKERS BY MACHINERY IN WALES, HIVE THE MOST EXTENSIVE STOCK TO SELECT FROM, AND GIVE THE BEST POSSIBLE VALUE. CARPETS MADE AND LAID FREE. ESTABLISHED NEARLY HALF A CRYTU%T. HIGH STREET & MORRIS 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. TELIPHOn 13g. A. J. CIIIIAPPELL. FISHMONGER & OYSTER MERCHANT, POULTERER, DEALER IN GAME, &c., WIND STREET, SWANSEA, AND AT NEWTON-ROAD. MUMBLES. Telegraphic Address—" Chappell, Swansea." Country Orders promptly attended to. C. ROWLAND, CONTRACTOR TO THE SWANSEA HARBOUR TRUSTEES, AND HAULAGE CONTRACTOR TO THE MIDLAND AND OTHER RAILWAY COMPANIES, 7 SL » LOCO MOTIVE?" 8 9. FISHER STREET. j CARRIAGE WORKS, FISHER-STREET, SWANSEA. I JOHN JONES & CO.. CARRIAGE BUILDERS. Orders for New Work, General Repairs, Painting', Trimming, Ac., promptly attended to. Patent Noiseless India Rubber Tyres, and all the Specialities connected with Carriage Building1 supplied. D. JONES and Co., LIMITED, 'THE SWANSEA CLOTHIERS', 13 and 3, High Street, AND 84 OXFORD STREET. Are now showing the LATEST DESIGNS in M E N'S AND BOYS OVERCOATS, MUFFLERS, GLOVES, etc. riivqie; Ln's I Cure Gout, In1('umtic (,aUt 11d (; rY: The Universal Remedy for Acidity o; the »■ Stomach. Iloadache. Heartburn, Indirection, j. Sour Eructation; Bihou-, A. retions. Fcma'cs' A t | 11, and the f IV nu WORTH A GUlXEA BOX. BEECHAM'S PILLS FOR ALL BILIOUS & NERVOUS DISORDERS SICK HEADACHK, CONSTIPATION. WEAK STOMA CH, WIND, IMPAIKED GLOESTJOX, DISORDERED LIVER, AND FEMALE AILMENTS. THE:SALE IS OVER SIX MILLION BOXES PER ANNUM. Prepared only by the Proprietor, THOMAS BEBCHAM, St. Helens, Lancashire. Sold by all Druggiata and Patent Medicine Dealers everywhere, in Boxes, Is. l^d. & 2a. 9cL each- Full Directions with each box.