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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 hy initials, &c., or otherwise, may be directed to "THE CAMBRIAN" Office free of charge; and IT ntamps are sent to cover postage, will be for- warded to the Advertiser's own address. I [ftr Remittances undar 5s. may be made in Halfpenny Postage Stamps or Potil O^cis. Postal Orders should be made payable to I HE SOUTH WALES DAlI,y POST Co., LTD., 211, Hi"u-streut, Swansea. Address ull communi- cations to THE MANAGER, THE CAMBRIAN NBWSPAI'KR. SWANSEA. BIRTHS, MARRIAGES & DEATHS, DIAMOND WEDDING. PENROSE—RICHARDS.—On the 16th insiU at St. Mi.iry's Ch ucli, this towu. Rev W Hewson, D.D., Vicar. Mr. Wj-.uan If DEATH. PADOON.-On March 14th. at Highmead, Langl-and, Mumbles, John Paddon, M.B. (Lond), J-P., Glamorgan, in his 87th year. PADDON. -Cn March 14th, at Highmead, Langland. Mumbles, John Paddon, M.B. (Lond.). J.P., Glamorgan, in his 87th year. v 499A 3-20. ROGERS.—On March the lltli, at Bourne- muuth. aged 76 years, Haniet Emma Rogers, widow of the late James Rogers, M-JL> of Swansea.. 12Cam-3-20. SITUATIONS VACANT DOMESTIC SERVANTS. COOK Wanted, £28; Parlourmaid, £ 24; House-Parlourmaid, £ 20; Housemaid £ 20; Kitchenmaid. £13; 50 Generals for Lon. don.-Mrs. Cogter, Registry, Gloucester. 843m3-23 EXPERIENCED General Servant Wanted.— Apply 11. Promenade, Swansea. 914m3-24 EXPERIENCED General Servant Wanted; E references required.—Apply 15. Page-art., Swansea. 852m3-23 GENERAL Servant Wanted, not under 20; three in. family; reference required.— Apply after 3 p.m., 38. Henrietta-street, Swansea. 865m3-23 GOOD General Servant or Plain Cook G Wanted, where Housemaid kept; family two.—Full particulars and wages to General, "Daily Post," Swansea. 980m3-26 GOOD. reliaibles, Motbc.vV Help Wante L w'lling o undertake all anen;al wc.rk (or experienced 'Jlea-H-Vi.).—Ai'-j. y it flri, in- stance to R. H., Daily fo,LV Swuuia. O'jJrni-25 jjjF Moon Hotel, Carmarthen .-Wanted, immediately, Kitchen Maid, 2 good General Servants; .also General Waitress 964m3-26 ANTED, aft. onc», a respectable Young i»V-i Girl to assist in housework mornings, -Apply 4, Marlborough-road, Swansea. 953m3-26 OUSEMAID, second of three, Wanted, m- mediately; strong, active, age 20-22.— Mrs. Walker, Plas, Dinas Nidwddwy, Meri- onethshire. 904m3-24 REGISTRY Office for Servants, Heathfleld- street. Swansea.—Mrs. Llewellyn How- ell requires Cooks, Generals, Housemaids, Parlourmaids, Nurses. 786m3-20 WANTED^ good Cook.—Apply The Ber- Vv keley, Llandrindod Wells. 925m3-25 WANTED, a Girl of 18. as General Ser- vant.—Apply 34, Mansel-street, Swan- sea. 872m3-23 ~fTANTF.D. immediately, General Servant, iVVi —Apply Dr. Diavies, Manseliton, Swan- sea. 750:1*20 1 ~Wf ANTED, a good General Servant.—Apply » Mrs. Fisher, George Inn, Strand. Swan- sea. 912m3-24 \\TANTED, good Cook or Cook-General. — *v Apply The Eerkieley, Llandrindod ■Wells. 837m3-23 ~TANTED, a respectable Girl, abowt 15 Tv- years—Apply Harris, 1, College-street, Swansea. 891m3-24 7"ANTED, a. good General Servant.-Apply, iVV. E. Harris, Fruiterer, 91. Woodfleld-st., Morritfton. 92lm3-25 ANTED. good General, good wages; good w reference.—Wall Paper Shop. 12. The Parade, Neath. 749n3-20 WANTED, immediately, General Servant. iiVV —Apply 5, Oaklaiuls-terrace, Const: tu- tion Hill. Swansea. 796m3-21 \\TANTED, at once, a good General Ser- l» vamt.—Apply Mrs. J. H. Watts, 20, Nel- son-street, Swansea. 817m3-21 WANTED, for mornings. Young Girl for General Housework.—Apply mornings, 130, Brynjroad. Swansea. 807m3-21 WANTED, a good General Servant.—Apply Mrs. B. H. Jones, Cambrian Hotel,. Somerset-place. Swansea. 773m3-20 MT ANTED, good Cook-General; Young Girl I* » kept.—Apply or writq, Mrs. Wickers, 6, Walter-road, Swansea. 984m3-36 WTANTED, a good, respectable Gfi-1. about '•VV 18.—Apply Hampton House, Lamb-st., Waunwen, near Swansea. 792m3-2 WANTED, Cook; salary Cl8; also Under- Cliambermaid,, £ 13.—Phillips, Tresil- lian Temperance Hotel. Cardiff. 840m3-23 ANTED, a good General Servant, at '»»• once; good wa.ges.—Apply Mrs. Roch?, 30, Montpelier-terrace, Swansea. 873m3-23 WANTED, a respectable General Servant, about middle of April.—Apply to Mrs. Dryden, The Pharmacy, Landore. 761n3-25 WANTED, a smart, active Girl for Pantry work and to assist in waiting.—Apply Mrs. Fitt, Grand Hotel, Swansea. 932m3-25 ANTED, immediately, House-Parlo-r- maid, for small family.—Apply, with full particulars, Yniawern. Mumbles. %0m3-25 j\ANTED, General Servant, at once; good references; 20s. per month.—Apply Steward, Conservative Club, Treherbert. 899m3-24 ,^W7"ANTED. for Mumbles, olaan, respectable Girl. about 16, for housework; good home.—Write Box 12. "Daily Po; Swansea. 806m3-21 WANTED, immediately, a Homsekeeper to Widower; two children, a@e 5 and 3 years.—Write Widower, "Daily Post," Swan- sea. 864m3-23 TTTANTED, Head Chambermaid, to assist in T Management of a. Temperance Bar; apiary £ 18.—Phillips, Tresillian Hotel, Car- diff. 841m3-21 WANTED, respectable Girl for Housework, assist in Bar when required. — Apply, wilth references, Glamorgan Arms, iligh-st., Swansea. 942m3-22 WJANTED! immediately. a Young Girl as f f. Temporary Under-Nurae—Apply Mrs. Bariialey, c.o. Mr. Livingston, Eastville, Swansea. 756n3-23 WANTED, at once, good General Servant, good wages; widow not objected to; no Sunday trade. — Castleman, Waterloo Stores. Mumbles. 801m3-21 WANTED, respectable Young Girl, about 16, t.o assist House and Bar work; good home.—Address, with particulars. Respect- able. "Daily Post," Swansea. 788m3-20 ANTED, thoroughly experienced Gen- »T • er il Cervant, used all duties, for Liver- pool district; small family; wages £ 20. — Apply Pla-9 Darran, Abercynon. 833m3-23 WfANTED. Working by a^j- V» s'tiainer; comfort. e home for s'Ut- ahle person; small family, wagts 10s. a month. D.. "Daily Post." Swansea. 960m3-26 YOUNG General Servant Wanted, in fam- ily with no small children.—Apply 14. Woodlands-terrace, Swansea. 89Sm3-24 SITUATIONS VACANT. MISCELLANEOUS SITUATIONS. A and G. Taylor, Artists, Swansea., re- quire a first-class Canvasser for the country; good reference required. 909m3-24 A^T—Wanted, Ladies and Gentlemen, to Colour Fine Art Prints, Posit Cards, at home; oa<srtly acquired; good prices. Particu- lars. addressed envelope. Haise, 6, Grea James-street, London, W.C. 929m3-25 BOOT Trade.—Wanted, at once, >a gjod all-round Repairer.—Apply E. Powell, 50. Bond-streeit, Swansea. 881m3-23 BRITISH Workman's and General Assur- ance Company, Ltd.—Wanted, addi- tional Agents, whole or part time, at Onllwyn, Seven Sisters, Glyn-Neath„ Resolven, Skewen, Neath, Briton Ferry and Port Talhoit.4 Special salary paid to ca.pable men.-Apply Super- intendent, 12, Green-street, Neath. 755n.3-23 "OEICKLAYEES.—Wanted, 40 first-class Men B for South Africa; six months' agree- mellJt signed before sailing; wages 2s. per hour; must pay own passage and be non- Union men; :none others need apply. Stafte age, enclosing stamped envelope for reply, to Box 869. T. B. Browne's Advertising: Offices, 163, Queen Victoria-street, London. 736m3-19 CLERK Wanted; smart and quick ait figures; wages 20s— Address, stewting particulars, with references, to The National Telephone Co., Ltd., 66, Wind-street, Swansea. 782m j-a J Ij^ANCY and General Drapery. — Young Ladies Wanted as Apprentices and Im- prover s.-J am es, 72. St. Helen's-road, Swan- sea. 931m3-25 GROCERY .-W anted, immediately, smart G Improver; Welsh necessary. — Apply, with full particulars, S. Thomas, Wbite-st., Palais. 771m3-2Q /^J_OOD Paperhangers and Painters Wanted at once; also an Apprentice.—Jones Broa., St. Helen's-avenue and George-street. Swansea. 827m3-23 MAN V» a.nted, X2 weekly and Commission. Regular employinent. Experience an- necesosa,ry.-Address Acme Surface Co., Blackpool. 842m3-30 OFFICE Boy Wanted in local Merchant's Office; one fresh from school not ob- jected to.—Audress Box 87, General Posit- office, Swansea. 954m3-26 rpO TAILORESSES.—WantedT Ve?tTHands!— J- Apply Solomon and Son, 27, Union Cham- bers. irnion-atreet. Swansea. 717m3-18 rpo Bakers.—W anted, a good all-round J- Hand; one used to Smaill3. Also active Barman.-Apply to Manager, Stores, Cray, Breconshire. 9349d.b.3-20 TAlI-;(ms.-w RIlited-Improverfor- Coaitis and T Ladies' Garments; chance for steady Young Man to learn Cutting.—Evana, Uailor, Sapphire-street. Cardiff. 799m3-21 TRAVELLER, resident in Swansea, re- T quired by a Bristol firm of Wholesale Grocers; highest references required.—Ad- dress, giving ful particulars, which will be treated in conftdence.-Box 74, General Post- office, Bristol. 965m3-24 TRAVELLER Wanted to Sell British Wines, cheap Foreign Wines, Cider, Cordials, etc., to publicans -and brewers in South Wales and Western Counties. Security re- qu'red. State age. ground covered, and sal- ary, etc., required.—Write Foreign. "Daily Post." Swansea. 904m3-24 "TyfrANTED, a Joiner (goodjT^Apply ~Ja,bez » » Thomas. Builder, Llangennech. 962m3-26 "V/ST ANTED, a Ha.ulfer. — Apply Samuel V TJ )Bevan and Sons, Iron Merchants, Llan- elly. 754n3-fl8 WJ ANTED, Milliner, good pr->ot:c.i! hand, V\ medium trade.—Plevin. Draper, Ox- ford. 961rn3-ri6 ~\fifANTED, sharp Lad-Apply D. R.. Ed- » wards. Fish Merchant, Melincrythan, Nea-th. 757n3-24 "WANTED, Young Man as General Farm »*• Hand.—Apply W. Harber, Pendojlan, near Cowbridge. 895m3-24 \JVTANTED, Ayprenitices and Improvers for the Millinery Workroom.—D. J. Mey- ler. Ltd., Swansea. 769m3-20 ~T ANTED, Office Lad7 for "Shipping Office » » in Swansea.—Write Box 50, "Daily Post," Swausea. 937m3-25 WANTED, good Bodice Hand, immedi- ately.—Apply Bennett and Northover, Melbourne-place, Swansea. 956m3-26 T^ANTED, an honest Lad, for light work. —Apply Jones, Hosier and Tobaccon- ist, 12. Walter-road, Swansea. 949m3-25 WANTED, at once, a smart Junior, Fancy Department.—Apply Hodges and Son, People's Clothiersi, Swansea. 9365db3-21 \\fANTED, a Young I^ady as Apprentice in Ladies' Tailoring Showroom.—Apply 12. Heathfield-street. Swansea. 9581113 T\/ ANTED, at once, a Man or Boy to Sell Coal; must be honest.—Apply to No. 12, Cwin-terrace, Hafod, Swansea. 916m3-24 T^TANTED, Shorthand Clerk and Typist oro ^e™.ington).—-Apply Saturday morning a. High-ytreet, Swansea. 643m3-24 A-NTF,D. for -a. fortnight, thoroughly T^ANTED, for ,a fortnight, thoroughly V" P' Dl'ea"'uikcr, to work by the day. —3, oodlandj-terrace,. Swansea. 829m3-23 WANTED, good Coach and Shoeing Smith, constant, job to a good man; also Im- prover.—Tucker, Coach Builder, Radstock. 970m3-26 •VVTANTEB, two Juniors for Grocery and Provision j.rade; outdoor.—Apply per- sonally, Jones and Co., Lewis-road, NeaiU. 766n3->6 WANTED, at once, two competent Cycle Repairers.—Apply FursLwid, Davite and Slocoinbe, Cycle Agento, 23, Higi Swansea. 9372 ANTED, an Oflice Boy.—Write, stating W age, parentage, standard passed, and other particulars, to Solicitor, "Daily Post," Swanisjeiai. 902m3i24 "ITTANTED. a resectable Person, for Daily Tfi Work; hours 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.—State terms per week to Mother, "Daily Post," terms per week to Mother, "Daily Post." Swansea. 787m3-23 "M7ANTED, good strong Boy, for Farm Work; good home for steady chap.— Apply Thomas Perkins, Ty Coch Farm., Sketily, R.S.O.. Swansea. 976m3-26 ANTED, for Swansea, Junior Book- VJ keeper; one with some experience of railway or shipping work preferred.—Write Box 50. "Da'ly Posit," Swansea. 936m3-25 WANTED, a. respectable Young Lady as W Second Barmaid; must have good re- ferences.—Apply Mrs. B. H. Jones, Cambrian Hotel, Somerset-place, Swansea. 772m3-20 "TXT"ANTED, strong, active Woman, to de- » » liver Milk at Pontairdawe, twice daily. Liberal waged given.—Apply, Brynheulog, Pontardawe, near Swansea. 836m3^3 WANTED, energeitic Young Man as Haul- ier; one well up in town deliveries preferred—Apply D. Jones, Dickinson and preferred.-Apply D. Jones, Dickinson and Co., lAd., Oxford-street, Swansea. 878m3-23 "Wf ANTED, immediantely, at the Ystradgyn- V»J lais Colliery, Ystradgynl-ais, an En- gine Driver and a few Surface Hands; none but somber men need apply.—Apply Manager. 854m3-23 ANTED, by the Neath and Dulais Ang- T-A ling Club, for part of the season, two Men to act as Water Ba.iliffs.-A.pply by let- ter, enclosing three testimonials, and seating wages required, to Mr. George T. Sims, Abbey-road, Neath. 752n3-21 YOUNG Men desirous of joining the Regu- lar Army or Militia, should apply at the Recruiting Office, 14, Union-street. Swan- sea. Splendid opportunity for advancement in all branches to well-conducted young men. 312m3-cl QrvS. Weekly Salary is offered to either sex OVJ (who can write) for their spare mo- ments; work may be done evenings.—For par- ticulars send addressed envelope to M. Trus- cost and Co., 27. Glendower, Torquay. 835m3-23 A STROLOGY.—All important Events in Life A Foretold, Marriage, Partner Described, Children, Changes, Journeys, Legacies, Plan- et, etc. Send birth date, 6 stamps and stamped envelope.—Madam Graham, 84. Ca- thedral-street, Glasgow. 778m3-20 SITUATIONS WANTED. /^ERTBFI CAT ED Ladi-ee' Monthly Nurise, disengaged after the 20th inist.; highest references; terma moderate.—Nurse, 101, Nor- folk-tstreet. Mount Pleasant, Swansea. 867m3-23 GARDENING.—Wanted, by a respectable G Man, two or three diaya (a week.—Apply Davies, 16. Peaumaen-terrace, Swansea. 812m3-21 SITUATION Wanted, as experienced Gen- s eral Servant or Working Housekeeper in a, small family.—Write R. G., "Daily Post," Swansea.. 923m3-25 SITUATION Wanted as Working Farm S Bailiff; thoroughly experienced wife dairy, poultry hand; good reference.-W. Thomas, Home Farm, Llangennech PaTk. 831m3-23 "VX/"ANTED, in South WaJes, re-engagement as Lady's Nurse or Mother's Help, by a thoroughly domesticated lady, very fond of children, and experienced with infants; good references. Please state salary and full particulars.—Miss C., la. Napier-avenue, Ful- ham, London, S.W. 774m3-20 VOMG Man of good appearance and ad- Y dress Wanted to represent. a first-class company; liberal remuneration and pros- pects of early promotion to a capable man.- Address Capable, "Daily Porit," Swansea. 9333d.b3-26 APARTMENTS. APARTMENTS.—To all having Apartments to let. Do not lose pounds b." having your Apartments empty when, for Is. (or Wee weeks 2s.), you can have a thirty-word ADVERTISE- MENT in SIX LONDON SUBURBAN NEWS- PAPERS, circulating in districts which each year send thousands of visitors to Swansea. Names of papers-" Layton," "Leytonstone,Weat Ham," "Wanatead. Woodford, and Forest Gate," "Manor Park," and "Ilford Express and Independent."—Address, PUBLISHER, "Inde- pendent" Office, Leytouetone, London, N.E. TRADE SPECIALITIES. jyriLK.-For Sale, 15 gallons daily, supplied same firms: for five and six years.—Apply D. R. Willia.ms, Godre, Garreg, Llamgadock. 492a cam3-4 T^AVIES' BALSAM OF HONEY for Coughs. efj jCo!d7*. •Asi^1,naf Tightness of the Chest, Ac. bta. and 2s. 3d.—Prepared only by J. DAVIES, M.P.B., Jlspensing Chemist, ao. Higrla-street, Swansea 29 EVERY facility at the CAMBRIAN" Office for execrting all binds of Printing. v,xoeilence in Quality and Moderation in Price always studied. Estimate* free. F f^O BUILDERS.—Billheads, Memorandums, X Business Circulars and Cards, Time Sheets, Estimate Books, and every kind of Commercial Printing at the CAMBRIAN Office, 211, High-street, Swansea, WAY'S, 65, St. Helen's-road, Swansea, for Children's and Ladies' Underclothing, Ladies' Corsets from Is. 9d.. Infants' Cash- mere Dresses, Pinafores, Wool spun Vests and Combinations. Lowest prices. 487a2-20 HORSE Rugs, Loin Cloths, Waterproof Carriage Aprons, Tarpaulins, Harness, Saddlery, Large Stock, Wholesale Prices. Carriage patent handles, 6s. 6d. pau.- fcsddlcrv Company. Alexandra-road, Swansea. National Telephone, 0460. 481a<5 o PMOLYNEUX, Fish Merchant, 126, High- • street, Swansea. Clieapest Shop in f-«wn for Fish of all varieties wholesale and retail. Trial solicited. 32 HOP FRONTS, Interior Fittings, Coun- ters, Show Cases, Office Fittings, Wire Blind*, complete alterations for all Trades, modern style, superior workmanship, prompt Blinds, complete alterations for all Trades, modern style, superior workmanship, prompt execution, competitive prices, estimates free. -Parnall and Sons, Ltd., Shop, Bar and Office Fitters, 12, Alexandra Road, Swansea. Nat. Telephone, 0,495. 295. MUSICAL. ]VXlssrL01iENCEi^ulcKEK A.R.A.M., A.K.C.M., Receives Students for tbe IIIGHJSDEVKLC MENT of PIANOFORTE PLAYING, VOIUU PRODUCTION and SiNGINtt aj"" lot HAR- MONY and COMPOSITION. Miss FRICKER studied for six years at the Royal Academy of Music, and b,tlS ü"d the tuition of the late Sir G. A. Maoi'arren. the late Professor Frederick Wesflake. Mr. Uni.degver. Mr. Shakespeare and Mr. Frye Parker, «1 < < "lib diplomas of the R.A.M. as pubHc ri liner -.nd teacher of pi«no and harmony, t.u> 1 ->i tll .G)1. as public singer and in harnimis, au.) alto 11 in" the Certificate of Merit of the K. A M to p>ano playing, and five medals of that In-i utK';> i'oi piano and singing. Pupils prepared for the Metropolitan Examina- tions of the R.A.M. and li.C.Al alr-o inr the Local Examinations of the Associated Boatd of the R.A.M. and R.C.M. 100, WALTER-ROAD, SWANSEA 40 l\fR. T. J. DENNIS, A.I!O. (Organist and Cuoi:nt.u-, v. o) Bethesda Coi:gregatn/nal Clin: 1. i.nion rry), ACCEPTS PUPILti I IN PIANOFORTE, uiiGrtA ,.d.UNI. & THi '<I. 't Pupils T>»*e(jai'eii ¡PI Lxun ti I, 21, Q U E E N o U E L N L .1 H. 30 ACADEMY OF MUSIC, 100, WALTBR-ROA». \J[ RS EDWARD F R I eKE R, JLTJL MISS FLORENCE FRICKER, A.R.A.M., A.E.C.M., AND MISS MINNIE FRICKER, L.R.A.M. Piano, Harp, Violin, Voice Training and Solo Singing, Harmony, Sight-Sirging, Theory of Mooio. &0. Lessons R<xmmed on Wednesday, Jan. 14 PUBLIC NOTICES. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. ALBERT HALL. SWANSEA. Afternoon at :5. E vening at S. APRIL 4. 1903 FIRST VISIT OF SOUSA AND HIS BAND, The Renowed American Combination of 52 SOLO INSTRUMENTALISTS ASSISTED BY Miss ESTELLE LIEBLING, VOCALIST. Miss MAUD POWELL, VIOLINISTE. Mr. ARTHUR PRIOR, TROMBONIST. CONDUCTOR, Mr. JOHN PHILIP SOUSA. This Wonderful Band has appeared by Royal Command before HIS MAJESTY THE KING on Two occasions. Prices og>t 4s., 3^ 2s. Is. Plans open at Thompson & Shackell, Ltd. 32, Castle Street, on Tuesday, March 24th. £ j_LAMORGAN COUNTY COUNCIL. TECHNICAL INSTRUCTION COM- MITTEE. TRA VELLING DAIRY SCHOOL. In the course of next month, Six Free Studentships at the British Dairv Institute, Reading, will be offered for competition to Students who have at any time attended the Glamorgan County Council's Travelling Dairy School, excepting those who liave already held the Scholanships. The course of instruction in dairying at the Institute is intended to supplement the work of Travelling Dairy School, and' embraces Butter Making, Cheddar and Soft Cheese Making and Stilton Cheese Making. The scholarship consists of free tuition at the College, Board and Lodgings. Candidates intending to com^te should bfifi,0 • 'i6 ^dersigned not later than 'e,, in.stunt^ when the date and place of the ompetition will be fixed as may be most convenient to the applicants. WALTER HOGG. pontypridd, March 16th, 1903. 320 T E-C!rrrFF'Lnv I^^rCTI°N C0M" X GLAMORGAN COUNTY COUNCIL. This Committee, at its next Meeting, will proceed to award three Free Scholarships at the South Wales and Monmouthshire School of Cookery and the Domestic Arts, Cardiff. Each Free Scholarship will be accompanied by a Maintenance Scholarship of JB30 per annum, paid quarterly. Full particulars of the conditions under which the Scholarships are given may be obtained from the undersigned. WALTER HOGG. Pontypridd, March 16th, 1903. 319 BATH and WEST and SOUTHERN COUNTIES' SOCIETY. Patron.—His Majesty the King. President, 1903-His Grace the Duke of Beaufoit. GREAT SHOW AT BRISTOL, MAY 27, 28, 29, 30, & JUNE 1, 1903. ENTRIES CLOSE as follow, Implements, Art Manufactures, etc., March 18. Live Stock, Produce. Butter-making, Miikiii" Shoeing, etc., April 7. Poultry, May 2, Jumping and Driving, May THOS. F. PLOWMAN, 4, Terrace Walk, Bath. Secretary. ^WANSEA HOME FOR ORPHAN' AND k-7 FRIENDLESS GIRLS. THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING, T?*v*rSfri'ker's will be held at tlie n TrTT ,>t\ HALL, SWANSEA, Bus^neJ > ?Iarch 26' 1905' afc-3 P m" ment mdi Tf Receive Financial StaU> eport of Committee to Appoint Tflt'fnn Ele,ct Boa^ of Management. MFEIBO 5 ?5 P-m- ky » PCBUC lm AT friends of the Listitution, "!?• <Griffith Tliomas. Esq.) has at 4.30. 9-80 FOOTBALL. i ,SATUP SATURDAY, 21st MARCH. I swanseT I c-A v. Devonport Albions. KICK OFF AT 330. Admission, Sixpence; Stand, Is. t'xtm. 9389 T) RELIMINARY anNOUNCEMEN T. LLANDOVERY. GRAND BRASS BAND, MALE VOICE PARTY, And TIMBERING COMPETITIONS. ON WHIT-MONDAY, JUNE 1st, 1903. Further particulars will shortly appear. M. H. NICHOLS. Hon. Sec (Pro. Tem.) 307 LLANGADOCK. THE ANNUAL RACE. Will be held as usual On Easter Monday, April 13, 1903. GREATLY INCREASED PRIZES: Open Trotting—First Prize-Handicap- £ 10. I Open Gallop—First Prize, £ 10. ENTRIES CLOSE 8th APRIL. For further particulars- applv- 317 J. G. HARRIES, Hon. See. PUBLIC NOTICES. GLAMORGAN. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the next General Quarter Sessions of the Peace for the County of Glamorgan will be holden at the Town of Swansea in and for the said County, on Tuesday, the 7th day of April. 1903. at Eleven of the clock in the Fore- noon of the same day. when the Justices then present will proceed with the General Business relating to the Public affaiis of the County. The Grand and Petty Jurors and persons bound by subpoena or recognizance must at- tend at the above-mentioned day and hour. All appeals must be entered before the sit- ting of the Court on the above-mentioned day, and the same will be heard after the conclusion of 1 he Criminal Business unless the Court snail otherwise order. Any costs allowed must be taxed during the same Sessions, unless by consent. Depositions and recognizances are to be de- livered to me bv Tuesday, the 31st day of March. 1903. T. MANSEL FRANKLEN. Clerk of the Peace. Cardiff. 18th March, 1903. 3388 PEREMPTORY SALE. TO ENGINEERS, BLAST FURNACE COMPANIES. MAN UFACTURER S. AND OTHERS. THE LIQUIDATOR of a COMPANY Winding Up Offers one of the FINEST PROPERTIES to be found in SOUTH WALES at a nominal price, with verv extensive WHARF FRONTAGE to DEEP TIDAL RIVER on one side, provid- ing berthing facilities for large Steamers, thus avoiding DOCK DUES; and on the other side an important DEEP WATER DOCK. This is the onlv available SITE in such situation, the whole of the other loca- tions being covered by prosperous works. A Main Railway Branch runs on to the pro- perty. Full particulars of the Agents. Messrs. ALEXANDER DANIEL and Co., 315 Bank Chambers, Corn Street, Bristol. T TTTELSH GIRLS' SCHOOL, ASHFORD V\ MIDDLESEX At a General Court, on June 9, the Society will elect three Foundation, and eight Inter- mediate Pay Scholars. Foundationers will obtain Free" Board and Education, Interme- diato Pay Scholars will pay per annum. All applications must he made on forms which can be obtained from Canon Brown- rigg. 127, St. Georges Road, London, S.W., and which must be returned to him on or before April. A few vacancies of Higher Pav Scholars at j352 per annum. 316 STAR THEATRE, WIND STREET, SWANSEA. Lessee and Manasrer—T. MJRTON POWEII, MONDAY. MARCH 23ro And during the Week, MR. ERNEST R. ABBOF'S COMPANY, In the famous NA YAL DRAMA, THE MARINERS OF ENGLAND or THE DAYS OF NELSON. GRAND THEATRE, SINGLETON ST SWANSEA. Mr. Bert Coote's Entire Production and Cum- piny, Direct from the Princess Theatre, in THE FATAL WEDDING. Time and Prices as Usual. DANCING, CALISTHENICS, &c. DANCING, CALISTHENICS, SPANISH AND PHYSICAL EXERCISES. j GEDNEYHOUSE, ST. HELENA-ROAD. MISS CRAVEN'S CLASSES are £ t her RESIDENCE, on MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, and SATURDAY. ADULT TUITION CLASS, MONDAY EVENINGS. Classes also held at Neatb, Carmarthen, and Llanelly. Private Lessons. ..——-——- PALM SUNDAY. For WREATHS, CROSSES and all FLORAL DEVICES, go to JAMES HARRIS F.R.H.S. BLACKPILL, Who has a verv fine selection of Cut Flowers, also 5,000 Pot Plants in Bloom. TRADE SUPPLIED. 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-add we undertake to fix it in a satistactory manner. JENKINS & CO., IRONMONGERS, 89, OXFORD-ST., 9 & 10. PARK-STREET SWANSEA. TelcpTme 152. 12 NERVOUS DISORDERS ARE CLOSELY RE- lated to troubles in the digestive or- gans, and are generally traceable to defective digestion. IMPURE BLOOD irritates the nerves and causes debility. This renders the nervous system very liable to be affected by unhealthful influences, and the affections of different nerves are known by different terms or forms of disease. The most fre- quent svniptonis of nervous disorders are— Nervousness Trembling. Twitching of the Muscles, Palpitation. Pains in the Sides, Loss of Memorv, Sleeplessness, ctc. GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS Has been tried and proved to be the BES1 TONIC EVER DISCOVERED. It streng- thc;i.s the digestion, purifies the blood, the nerves, and gives tone to the whole sys- tem, increasing its power to resist dieaw 1 Sold verywhtre in bottle 2s, 9d. and 4s. 6d. euch. SHIPPING. ALLAN LINE. TO CANADA, UNITED STATES, RIVER PLATE AND INDIA. SAILINGS FROM LIVERPOOL. ROSARTAN .Monte Video & Bnenrs Ayes Mar. 25 NUMIDIAN Halifax & St. John. N.B Mar. 26 SICILIAN Halifax and Phil.Mer. 28 CITY OF KHIOS .Karaebi .Mar. 28 TUNISIAN Halifax & St. John, N.B.April 2. OCEAN RATES-To Canada, Siloon from £ 10 Second Cabin, £ 7 10s. Third Class, £ 5 10s. To India, C37 10s. and zC27 10s. For full particulars apniy to ALLAN OFFICER, 3. Loadenhall Street, London, E.C, and 19, James Street, Liverpool. SUMMER TOURS IN COTLA-ND AND TRELAND. First-class Pnsapnsrer Steamers from SIA AN- SEA, every WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY. Cabin Return Excursion Fares as under :— BELFAST 20,1-9 available for 1 month. GLASGOW 25/ „ 14 days. Cheapest and Best Route for Giants' Cause- way, North of Ireland, Oban and the Scottish Highlands. Illustrated Guide Book and all information F, ee from M. JONES AND BROR., .Albion Chambers, Swansea. 8 EDUCATIONAL. LAN DO VERY COLLEGE. The BENJAMIN EVANS SCHOLAR- SHIP, L25 a year for 3 years, open to boys under 15 years of age, being sons of parents, who have been for 5 years resident in the Borough of Swansea or in the County of Carmarthen, will be competed for on May ¡ 1st. at Llandovery. For particulars apply to the Warden, The College. Llandovery. 323 LANGLAND BAY. GIRLS' BOARDING & DAY SCHOOL, BELLEVUE, LANGLAND, NEAR SWANSEA. PKIACIPALS—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 TERM will begin TUESDAY, Jan. 13. IRLS' BOARDING & DAY SCHOOL, \JT DUMBARTON. BRYN-Y-MOR ROAD, SWANSEA. PRINCIPAL-MISS GARLICK, A.C.P., Assisted by Certificated Resident French and English Governesses aud 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, JANLARY 13th. DAY GIRLS, JANUARY 14th. 5 BRYN HAULOG, LANGLAND-ROAD, MUMBLES. DAY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS PREPARATORY BOAltDING SCHOOL FOR LITTLE BOYS. Conducted by the MISSES POTTS (Daughters of a Clergyman). Pupils prepared for all Public Y.laminations Hig-hest Re'erenees. Terms on aoplication. Spring Term begins January 23rd. Boarders return the previous dav. 19 J> ENDEEN ^10 L LEGE | 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). REFERENCES :— The LADY SWANSEA. LADY MORSHEAD,Forest Lodg-e, Binfield, Berks. MRS. WILMOT, Audley Sidmeuth, Devon. MISS EDEN, The Bryn, Sketty, Swansea. REV. SECRETAN JONES, M.A., late Vicar of Oystermouth, South Wales. Pupils are'preparod for London Matriculation, University Locals, Associated Board (Royal Academy and Royal College of Music), Trinity College,College of Violinists,Diploma (Teachers) and other examinations. 20 When purcbas ng STIFF'S STARCH, be sure and GET IT IN A BOX The Box is a guarantee that you havo the finest Starch it is possi- ble to manufacture. Common & mixed Starches slowly but surely destrov linen: STIFF » | PURE STARCH is warranted ■ not to injure the most delicate ■ material. I STIFF I 29. Redciiff St., BRISTOL. j | J Gwilym Evans Quinine Bitters. THE VEGETABLE TOXIC. THIS P^p-iration luis. been before the .1 ublic tor lwentv Years, and during tluit penod iuus ivenuently been EXAMINED BY ANALYSTS, PHESCIUBED BY PHYSICIANS. RECOMMENDED BY CHEMISTS. And highly praised by People in all Stations 01 Life, who, after a ttir trial of its efficacy and merit. unanimouslv declare it to be THE BEST REMEDY OF THE AGE. Sold everywhere ixi bottles 2s. 9d, and. As. 6d. e-tch. Beware of Imitations. See the name "Gwilym Evans" on laCel, stamp, and bottle. Sole Proprietors: Quinine Bit, ters, Manufacturing Company, Liaii^d, LlaD- elly South Wales. t I TRALE NOTICES. J. W. JACKETT, CENTRAL COACH FACTORY. WASSAIL SQUARE, -l o 1 4 & ESTABLISHED 1S83. St»> ,2.1. 141 1 I .1 forwarded on v I I 1 Application | T? I — O j f Experienced V i ;/VSa s„ Workmen \| Xi' jP3c'a/Jr sent »nS \I distance to 1 8 Execute \J V y'" s»uth w Repairs. th ale" LANDAUS, BROUGHAMS, VICTORIAS, WAGGONETTES and 2 WHEEL CARTS, of every Description, Built on the Premises. Inspection invited wbile in course of construction. SPECIAL NOTICE. BROUGHAMETTE," A NEWLY DESIGNED CARRIAGE, especially suited for MEDICAL and other PROFESSIONAL Gentlemen, can be used either Open or Closed, weighs about 6 cwt: Price complete fitted with finest Ideal" Tyres, and Superior Finish. 70 Guineas. DAVID THOMAS, TeleDliODeey WATCHMAKER, JEWELLEK AND SILVERSMITH. Corner ot 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. 44 -=- C. ROWLAND, CONTRACTOR TO THE SWANSEA HARBOUR TRUSTEES, AND HAULAGE CONTRACTOR TO THE MIDLAND AND OTHER RAILWAY COMPANIES, TKL-LW30M0TIVL?"S 9. FISHER STREET. fuxPBon 138. A. J. CHAPPELL. FISHMONGER & OYSTER MERCHANT, POULTERER, DEALER I* GAME, &c.. WIND STREET, SWANSEA, AND AT NEWTON-ROAD, MUMBLES. Telegraphic Address—" Chappell, Swansea." Country Orders promptly attended to. 86 CARRIAGE WORKS, FISHER-STREET, SWANSEA. JOHN JONES & CO.. CARRIAGE BUILDERS. Orders for New Work, General Repairs, Painting, Trimming, &c promptly attended to Patent Noiseless India Rubber Tyres, and all the Specialities connected with Carriage Building supplied. 3 No House Equals DOWN & SON FOR RELIABLE FURNITURE, THEY ARE THE LARGEST MAKERS BY MACHINER1 IN WALES, HAVE THE MOST EXTENSIVE STOCK TO SELECT FROM. AND GIVE THE BEST POSSIBLE VALUE. CARPETS MADE AND LAID FREE. ESTABLISHED NEARLY HALF A CKKTUSY. RIG H STREET & MORRIS LANE. SWANSEA The Physician's Cure for Gout, Rheumatic and The Universal Remedy for Acidity of the Safest and most Stomach, Headache. Heartburn, Indigestion, GENTLE ME^CI,N/ FOR Sour Eructations, Bilious Affections. Infants. Children, Dclicate Females, and the Lickness of PregnancY- M A r. K'F C,'l A MAGT A 45 WORTH A GUINEA BOX. ivi BEEC HAM'S PILLS FOR ALL BILIOUS & NERVOUS DISORDERS SICK HEADACHE, CONSTIPATION, WEAK STOMA CH, WIND, IMPAIRED DIGESTION, DISORDERED LIVER, AND FEMALE AILMENTS. THEISALE IS OVER SIX MILLION BOXES PER ANNUM. IH-EPARED only by the Proprietor, Thcmas Beecliam, St. Helens, Lancashire. Sold by all Druggists and Patent- Medicine Dealers everywhere, in Boxes, la. lid. isd ?f. 9d. each. Full Directions with each box. 10