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BIRTH. WILLIAMS. On the 15th February. 1903, at No. 103b, Calle Tubild Cerro Con- cepcion, Valparaiso. the of Richard Williams (Bank of Tarapaca and Argentina, Ld.), of a. eon. 326 DEATHS. PENROSE.-On the 23rd inst., at 96, Wa ter- Catherine, wife of William Penrose, ia bei- 88th year. No flowers, by requeesv. 501a3-27 CLMF,N-T.-On Sunday. March 22nd, at The O-arnedd, MarriWtoD. Jane. relet.of the late David .emf-nt. LDanelly, age 82 yeairs. 771n326 SITUATIONS VACANT
DOMESTIC SERVANTS. GOOD General Servant or Plain Cook Wanted, where Housemaid kept; family two.—Fall particulars and wages to General. "Daily, Poet." Swansea^ 96to5-26 GOOD, reliable. Motbir'* Help Wantel willing o undertake all men.al work (or experienced '.iea vu)-—Apjj y r firu iu- Stance to B. H.. Da.iir loal. Swansea. 'jS9o)3-2S HOD-— ^aID Wanted; good reference needed.—Apply between 6 and 7 o'clock, or by letter, to 2.). v«'alter-road, Swansea. 41pJ-28 TTAltF Moon llotel, Carmarthen.—Wanted, JH immediately. Kitchen Maid, 2 good General Servants; also General Waitrest 964m3-26 LADY requires a respectable, trustworthy General Servant; quiet, comfortable tfitnaition; no children; kind, considerate treatment. -Write Uplands, "Daily Post," Swansea. 154p4-1. RE8PE0TABLE Girl Wanted.—Apply 53, Finsbury-terrace, Swansea. 136p3-31 RESPECTABLE Girl W-aiited for Houae- work, at once.—Apply Clifton Villa. Picton-terraoe, Mount Pleasant, Swansea. 989m3-27 T) EGISTBY Office for Servants, Heathfieid- etreet, Swansea.—Mrs. Llewellyn How- ell requires Cooks, Generals, Housemaids. Parlourmaids, Nurses. 79p5-50 WANTED, a. Young Girl, a.bout 15.—Applv iirJ 17, jBelievue-sfcreet., Swansea. 129pJ. W ANTED. a Girl. to assist in Housework. WT, -Apply 124, Bryn-road. Swansea. _n_- n-' 42p3-28 ANTBD. a good General Servant.—Apply itJLt Mrs. Bell. 3, Sketty-road. Swansea. 52p3-30 "ITfrANTED, a General Servou* -Appiy jur; !1»V. Herui'uu Mnr^ Sketty-road, aw -I ,T717ANTED, immediately. 11 .^arp, *» *4 gem. (jirl.—Apply George-afreet. Swansea. 127po-23 WANT" J OULi: Nurse Girl for two chil- v-rcii.—Pearce, 18. Uplandah-creacent, bwansea. alpJ-28 ~Wf ANTED, a strong Girl for Farmtause 1? TJ work. Jon bine and Co., 89, Oxford-9t., Swansea. 109p3-31 eeneral Servant.—Apply" Mrs. lwii Not-t, 1, Herbert-place, St. Helen'a-rd.. Swansea. J23p3-il 7|717"ANTED. a good Nurse-Housemaid. — a* Vj Appiy Winlerbonrne, 199, Eaton-cres- cent, Swausea. 76p3-27 T\7"ANTFD. i Younsr Girl, as General.— iff. _u.ppo i-o *> JVlaiVeiH-tcr- race, Swansea. 71p&30 T^TANTED. Tit, once, experienced Girl. about lff¿ is ful- housework—Apply 127, Gorse- Bane, Swansoa.. 106p3-30 W" ANIEDTa good General Servant.—Apply Brs. P.a»sett, Wliyndam Ho'tel, College- street, Swansea. 91p3-30 Tyf7"ANTEL, '>d Generaf" Servant;" «leep iw Vi home.—Apjj. with reference, 49. Ox- fojpd-street, Swansea. 45p3-39 W ANTED, a- General; good rcf f » from 18 to 20.—Apply T. Jones, Bird-in- Hand Hotel, Neath. 9447d.b^-33 7\\TANTED, at once, good General Servant; fl good rpfcrence.—Apply Mrs. Jones, Cae Derwen. Aberayon. 987m3-27 .rWTANTriii n good General Servant; gocd h'.Y. rare iin .—Apply Mrs. Rees 14, Br jok- landu-ter rac KwansèJ. 170p3-28 X\rANTED..IX once, a respectahle Youag. If,f Girl as General ;to sleep out.—Apply 21, Bryn-road. Swansea. 157p4-1 ANTED, at once, good, willing Girl; no iff. Washing:—Apply Byeford House, St. George's* terrace, Swansea. 12p3-G7 .j'RrAJSrTEDT good Cook-General; Young Girl kept—Apply or write, Mrs. Wickers, 6. Walter-roud, Swansea. 984m3-36 (WrANTED, a good General Servant, age Ilffj 16 to 18: country girl preferred.—Apply Jones, Smithfield Inn. Swansea. 1655p3-31 WANTED^ Situation ai Houeekeep^r; Neaith o- the country preferred, age 20. —Write M. R., "Dally Post." Swaneea. 145p4-1 ~X\[ANTED, a General Servant, able to wash; two in family; reference re- quired.—Auyiy 107. Eodney-atreet, Swansea. 33P3-28 JtTP"ANTED, ait once, a reapec-table Young ■' 'A Girl to assist in housework mornings. —Apply; 4, Marlborough-road, Swansea. 953m3-26 ANTED, ft respectable Girl as General.- 11 ApplK Fairwood Hotels Oxford-atreet, Swaaaea. 82p.WO BNMk WANTED, strong Girl, for Farmhouse work.—Jenkins and Co., 8, Oxford-st., Swaneea. 500a3-27 \\rANTED, General Servant, for amall fam- i>ly.—Apply 35, Malvern-terrace, Brynmil', Swansea. Kp3-G0 WANTED, a respectable Girl, for house- work.—Apply Mrs. Allen, Butcher, St. Thomas. 84p3-30 WANTED, experienced General Servant; godd references necessary; three in family.—Apply Mrs. Leyshon, Bath Villa, Morriaton. 93p3-30 WANTED, a good. respectable Girl, .a.b-'lt VV 18. for Housework; small family. Apply after 7 p.m., 13, Finsbury-terraoe, Swansea. WANTED, at once, a General Servawt, a.bla to wash and do plain cooking.— W able to wash and do plain cooking.- Apply between 12 and 1, at 13, Bay V-jew-cres- cent. Swansea. 69p3-30 WANTED, a clen, respectable Girl, aibout *20. as General Servant.—Apply be- tween 6 and 8 p.m., Mrs. Roberts, 29, London- road, Neath. H2p4-1 WANTED. Working ny -o- W gainer; comfort,.t, e home for suit- able person; small family, v.-aaes 10s. a month. — D., "Daily Post." Swansea. 960m3-26 "t"STANTED, by the 4th of April, a goodGen- TT eral. able to wash: two crtliera kept; references required—Apply Mrs. Harries. Bose and C"owB. Calvert-streeit, Swansiea. 115p3-61 WANTED, immediateQy. experienced and Plain Cooks, House-Parlour and House- maids, experienced and Young Generals, K:t- cfaen-maids, Waitresses, etc.; also experi- enced Barmaid.—Apply Miss Lewis, High-class Registry. 18. Castle-street, Swan-sea. lp3-27 SITUATIONS VACANT. MISCELLANEOUS SITUATIONS. AN Errand Boy Wanted.—Apply Allen, Butcher. St. Thomas. 85p3-30 A good Irooer Wanted, at once.—Apply at Alexandra Laundry, De-la-Beche-dtreet, Swansea. 153p4-l strong Lt-d Wanited. used to pony, to -^3 drive and make hianselif useful.—Alex- tamdra, Laundry, De-la-Beclie-etreet, Swansea. 152p4-l PPRENTICE to the Gents' Mercery and A Hairdressing; must be quick; indoor or out; good chance for a smart lad.—Has- quencort, High-street, Swansea. 48p3-27 A BT.—Wantt.cL Ladies and Gentlemen, t j A Colour Fine Art Prints, Post Oards, at home; easily acquired; good prices. Particu- lars. addressed envelope, Haise, 6. Greu.i James-streeit, London, W.C. 141p4-l CLERKSHIPS: £ 85- £ 450; Admiralty. War. c Excise. Customs Offices; vacancies now; open to all, aged 15-23. Experience unneces- sary. Special explanatory pamphlet free.— Secretary, Civil Service Bureau, Albert-hall, Edinburgh. 18p3-28 DEESSMAKING.—Wanted. Apprentices. — Apply Miss Brader, 13, Heathfieidrstreet, Swansea. 46p3-30 DRESSMAK^T(L—Wanted, at once. Appren- 1-F tices and Improvers. — Apply Miss Young. 4, Page-street, Swansea. 80d3^Q DEESSMAilNG.—Apprentices and Improv- ers Wanted at once—Appiy Miss B. Screech, 68, OJ!bourne^berrace, Waunwen. 150p4-l EEAND Boy Wanted.—Apply Cash Hard- ware Stores, 7. Oxford-Street, Swansea. 1555p4-1 T EONMON GEil Y. — Apprentice Wlamted.— JL Appiy Casn Hardware Stores, 7, Oxford- Street, Swansea. 156p4-1 AN w&nted. £ 2 weekly and Oounmiawon. Regular employment.. Experience un- necessary.—Address Acme Surfaoe Co.. Blackpool. 842m3-30 MILLINEEY^Wanted, at UajteUy, com- petent, stylish Milliner.—Write, stating age and salary required, to A..z.. "Daily Post," Swansea 991m3-27 MILLINE R Y W-airt^d, several Young Ladies as Apprentices for Millinery Workrooms and Shops.—J. Rees Evans, High- street, Swansea. 146p4-1 OFFICE Boy Wanted in local Merchant's Office; one freBh from school not ob- jected to.—Address Box 87, General Post- office, Swansea. 954m3-26 PLTTMBIN"g!—W"anted, smart, strong Boy as Apprentice.—Apply W. O. Jones, Eeg.s- tered Plumber, Windsor-road, Neaith. 775n4-2 W ANTED7 a~Joiner^ (good).—Apply Jabez Thomas, Builder, Llangennech. 962m3-26 ART^ESHIP.—Directorship, worth 950 P per annum, is offered gentleman in- vesting JB125 in established business; active occupation if desired—Addre&s Partnership, "Daily Post," Swansea. 54p3 -30 RESPECTABLE Errand Boy Wanted. D. R Tkomas, Jeweller, 6, CastleHBtrcet, Swansea. 4p3-27 RESPECTABLE Boy Wantett, immediately; R good wages.-Apply 29. Oxford-street, Swansea- 49p3-30 I CANITAEY Inspectors -Persons (both sexes) O desirous of qualifying as Sanitary In- apectors at the Cardiff examinations sho> write for particulars and testimor; to Certified Inspector, Colne, Lancap'uue. Suc- cess certain. Fee 25s. 992m3-27 TO Tailors.—War"' an Improver onCoiats. —A riT>lv Evans, 60, CarlMe-street, Cardiff. 139p3-29 r\ ^n-nyryii Con-t Hands Wanted, at once.—Appiy ». JL,ewis, Swansea. 131p3-ol rpEAVELLEE Wanted; good opportunity for -L smart Canvasser.—Apply I^>cal, Daily Post," Swanses. TAJLOES^-Ben Evans and Co., Ltd., Swan- T sea, have vacancies for good class Tai- tors.—Apply personally. 17p3-Z8 TO Bakers.—Good strong Lad Wanted, able to make Dough and Mould.—Apply W. A. Eees, Bond-street, Swansea. 83p3-30 0~TAII^E^—Wanted, good Coat Maker; T also Young Man as Improver on La.d es Costumes.—Holloway and Son, Pomtypool, Mon. 767n3-28 rj^O the Business People of Swansea. — A -1- Collector, with experience, grit, and energy, is open to collect their Accounts, in nnd country. First-clies r^'Tencwi. — Write Gin, ^ai.y iosi," Swansea. 150n3-30 'WANTED. Mill-iner, ggod tir-'orcnl hand, » f medium trade.—Plevin, Draper, Ox- ford. 961m3-'i6 \\TANTED, House to House Canvassers for »»_ the Beer Trade.—Apply CanviS6er, "Daily Post." Swansea. 8p3-27 T^TANTED, good Bodice Hand, immedi- f f ately.—Apply Bennett and Northover, Melbourne-place, Swansea. 956m3-26 "XVANTED, a Young Lady as Apprentice » ^d:ea' Tailoring Showroom.—Apply, 12, Heathfieia-sc:ce* Swansea. 958m5X6 WANTED, good Coach and Snot.cg ? constant job to a good man; also Im- prover.-Tucker, Coach Builder, Radstock. 970m3-26 WJANTED, immediately, a. Barmaid, ex- V pe: ienced; references required.—Apply Borough Arms, Wind-atredt, Swansea. 3p3-27 TxfANTEDi ioteliigSt Lad, to look after Vf* horse, and assist, in bar evenings.- Apply Talbot Arms Hotel. Port Talbot. 11 9410d.b.3-30 WTANTED, two Juniors for the Grocery and tVVi Provision Trade; outdoor.—Apply pei- sonially. Jones and Co., Lewis-road. Neith. 766n346 TX7ANTED! trustworthy Young Man, to lfVi look after Horse and Van and deliver bread daily.-Apply Jefford, Oxfordretreet. Swansea. 116p3-31 w ANTED. aJ, once, two competent Cycle iVV* RepaireKt—Apply Furslajid, Daviee. and Slocombe. Cycle Agents, 23, High-street, Swansea-. 9372 \\TANTED, a Boy. as Bin: ard Marker, and VV • to make himself generally useful; sleep in, not under 16.-Apply Ffynone Club, Walter-road, Swansea. 58p3-30 "fftrANTED. good strong Boy, for Farm if Vi Work; good home for steady chap.- Apply Thoxnaa Perkins, Ty Ooch Faim, Bkettty, B.8.0.. Swansea. 7W13-26 WANTED, at once, aa experienced Young Lady tor General and Fancy Drapery; references required, and Welsh; to live out. —Apply M. Cowen, Morriston. 1000m3-27 WANTED, an energetic and persevering TT Young Man. accustomed to calling '.t! Work and Collieries; srlary and commission. —Write Salary. "Daily Post," Swansea. 985m3-26 WiVNTED. -Junior Clerk; must have know- 1 ledge of Shorthand and Typing; also quick at figures.—Address,, stating age, sal- ary, etc., to M.A.J., "Daily Post," Swansea. 119p3-31 WT ANTED, Young Man who is used to • V\; Gardening, and make himself gener- ally useful on Farm in Cardiganshire. — Apply Manager. Waverlcy Hotel, Swansea. 124p3-i1 ANTED, an energettic Collector, of good character, by the London and Man- chester Insurance; excellent terms; Book -va.cant.-148. Ehondda-etreet, Swansea. 13p3-27 XNTFD. exuerienced Man, to take com- plete charge of 4 Mill Tinworks Office; must attend to books and order book and work out cost.—Address, stating age. wages, and experience, to X., "Daily Post," Swan- sea. 770n3-30 WANTED, in a busy office, a well-educated Youth as Articled Pupil, none but smart youths with a love for drawing need 'apply, moderate premium.—Apply David J- Michael, Assoc. Inst. A. and S., Lond. C.E. and M.E., Architect and Surveyor. National Chambers, 97, Oxford-streert, Swansea. 62p3-30 W' ANTED, Man and Wife; Man to ow horse and ctart and be handy abou'-t house and garden; wife to attend to one per- son; House and Fire provided; constant em- ployment. State wages and number and age of children.—Address Ivy, "South Wales Daily Post," Swansea. 138p-42 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-ooaducted young men. 312m&31 Qf\S. Weekly Salary is offered to either sex 0\J (wlio can write) for their spare mo- ments; work may be done evenings.—For par- ticulara send a.ddres&ed envelope to M. Trus- cost and Co., 27, Glendower, Torquay.51p.3.JO SITUATIONS WANTED. CERTIFICATED Ladies' Montthly Nurse, with general experience disengaged; s^T eea. —1 GJ "R"N^rr "RlVTAN^ can recommcii'd clean» wir • p^n ^iho ,Uh« to -ndertak, good family's washing. Address Usefai. "Daily Post. Swanøea. 140p4.1 I PEESENT Employer recommends honest Lad :16), look lafter Horse and be I generally usafrl; live in.—Jenkins, BrynDer- wen, Skeitty. 158ip4-l RE-ENGAGEMENT Required by domesti- cated person, age32, as Housekeeper to bachelor or widower; one child not objected to; comfortable home necessary.—Address T.. 18, Llanelly-etreefc, South Splotlanda, Cardiif. 15p3-28 S' ITUATION Wanted as General Servant, good Plain Cook, Country Servant; ex- cellent character.—A., Ashbury Villa, Tuffley Avenue, Gloucester. 47p3-30 ———————————————————————————— T^TANTED, a Situation as Working Honse- -Vkeeper or Mother's Help; age 47.—Ad- dress Widow, "Daily Post," Swansea. 40p3-28 IW ANTED, re-engagetnent as Morning Governess, in or near Swannea-Apply O. P., J'aDily Podt" Office, Swansea. 172p4-l T^ANTED, by a respect alee Young Woman » "»a Situa<tion as General or Nurse.—Schlee- wick, 110, Rhydxlings Park-road, Swansea, 100p3-31 WANTED, Situation as Barmaid; Neath ,TTJ or Swanseta preferred; experienced; good references.—N., 27, Albion-atreet, Chil- tenham. 117p3-3l YOUNG Lady wishes Situation as Com- panion to elderly Lady; does not object to invalid.-Write Companion, "Daily Post," Swansea. 90p3-3Q YOUNG Man wants Evening Employment JL in Swansea, Book-keeping, Invoicing. Statements, etc.; good writing; quick at figures.-Apply W., 17. Castleton. Mupibles. 36m3-28 YOUNG Man of good appearance and ad- dress Wanted to represemt a fir^t-clasa company; liberal remuneration and pros- pects of early promotion to a capable man.- Address Capable, "Daily, PoSt," Swansea 9., .u3-26 MISCELLANEOUS WANT& J "TTirANT^r, .or exportation, aged and worn- iVVi x Hor'aes, Cobs, iund Ponies'; bes*b Prite given; distfance no object.—Apply 5. Mariner-street. Swansea. 505a5-27 TO BE LET. mo LET, 10 Oasteton, Mumbes, with im- J- mediate possession.—Apply 61, Manshi- ft err ace. Swansea, or Tunbridge, Auctioneer, Goweivutreet, Swansea. 502a3-27 APARTMENTS- Ap ARTMENTS.-To all having Apartments to let. Do not lose pounds by having your Apartments empty when, for lB. (or tLlree 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—" Ley ton," Ley tonfctone," West Ham,' "Wanstead, Woodford, and Forest Gate," "Manor Park," and "llford Express and Independent. "-Address PUBLISHED, "Inde- pendent" Office, LeytonBtone, London, N.E. TRADE SPECIALITIES. MILK.—For Sale. 15 gallons daily, supplied same firms for five and six years—Apply D. R. Williams, Godre, Garreg. Llangadock. 492a cam3-4 T-JAVIES'BALSA iNI OF HONEY for Coughs. Colds, Asthma. Tightness of We Chest, &c. 6td. and 2s- 3d.—Prepared only by J. DAVIKB, 11 Dispeusing Cbemist, so. High-street. 6wause». 29 EYEilY facility at the CAMBRIAN" Office for executing ail kinds of Printing, yroellauce in Qvality and Moderation in Prico always studied. Estimates free. f 110 BUILDEIIS.—Billheads. Memorandums, Circulars and Tmio Sheets, Estimate Books, and every kind of Commercial Printing: at the CAMBIHA.N Office, 211, High-street, Swansea. WTAJ'S, 65, St. Helen's-road, Swansea, for VV children's and Ladies' Underclothing. Ladies' Corsets from Is. 9d., Infants' CasJi- mere Dresses. Pinafores, Wool spun Vests and Combinations. Lowest prices. 487a2,20 H'JVwSE Rugs.. Loin Cloths, Waterproof Carriage Aprons, larpauhris, Harness, feaddiory, I^aige .Itock; Wholesale Friers. Carriage J-anips patent handles. 6s. 6cl., pau.- Saddlery Companv- Alexanctra-roaa, Swansea. National Teuephone, 0^o0. 481a^ o PMOLYNEUX, Fish Merchant, 126, High- • street, Swansea. Cheapest Shop in howi> for Fish of all "varicti.08; wholeealo find retail. Trial solicited. 32 HOP FRONTS7Tut7nor Fittings. Coun- ters, Show Cases. Office Fittings, Wire Blinds, complete alterations for all Trades, modern style, superior workmanship, prompt execution, competitive e«atm>ate$i free. -Parnall jnd Soils Ltd., Shop, Bar ;uivi Offioe Fii terB, 12, Alexandra Road, Swar.ea. Nat. Telephone, 0,495. 2Q5. i. PUBLIC NOTICES. GRAND THEATRE, SINGLETON ST. SWANSEA. Monday. March 30th, 1903, for Six Nights Miss Ida Molesworth (Recently one of the Prin- cipal Members with Sir Henry Irving), and Mr. Mark Blow's Company, Direct from Coronet Theatre, London. Monday, Tuesday. Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday, The Great London and American SnceeBS, UNDER TWO FLAGS, Founded on Ouida's Famous Novel. Fri^avNight—THE ADVENTURE OF LADY URSULA, by Anthony Hope. As played over 300 times at the Duke of York Theatre, London ■ — PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. GRAND THEATRE, SWANSEA. | SWANSEA AMATEUR OPERATIC SOCIETY. in THE MARAUDERS' Five Nights, Commencing APRIL 28th, 1903. 9427 STAR KEATRE, WI>JD STREET, SWANSEA. Lessee, Mr. T. Morton Powell. On Monday, March 30th, The Powerful Melo- drama, When the Lights Are Low By Mr. H. Eglington's Talented Company. Monday, April 6th, THE GOLDEN CHANCE fp HE PRINCE OF WALES THEATRE. WILL BE RE-OPENED AT NEATH, On Thursday, April 2nd, I When Mr. John Johnson's Powerful Company will play a drama of deep interest entitled- A NOBLE BROTHER. Mr. Johnson takes this opportunity of cor- dially thanking his patrons for their past support, and hopes for a renewal of tne aame during his stay at Neath. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. ALBERT HALL. SWANSEA. Afternoon at. L Evening at 8. APRIL 4. 1903. FIRST VISIT OF SOUSA AND HIS K BAND, The Renowed American Combination of 52 SOLO INSTRUMENTALISTS ASSISTED BY Miss ESTELLE LIEBLING, VOCALIST Miss MAUD POWELL, v IOLINISTE 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-58., 4s., 3s., 2s. 111. Planø open at Thompson & Shackell, Lt. 32, Castle Street, on Tuesday, March 24th. LLANGADOCK, THE ANNUAL RACE, Will be held as usual On Easter Monday, April 13,1903. GREATLY INCREASED PRIZES: JP- Fhvst Prize—Handicap— Open Gallop-First Prize, £10. I „ E^™IES CLOSE 8th APRIL, lor further particulars apply— 317 J. G. HARRIES, Hon. Sec. LLANDOVERY, t WHIT-MONDAY, 1st June' GREAT ATTRACTIONS. Brass Band Contests, Male Voice Competitions, and Timbering Competitions Preceded by a CARNIVAL. BRASS BAND CONTESTS TESTPIECE^Gems of Welsh Melody" (R. Smith •in^ Co' Prizes: 1st. £ 10; 2nd, £ 5; ord, £ 3; 4th, £ 1. MAKCH PAST—- iommy Atkins" (A. S. Beaumont); published by Ckas. Woolhouse, o iir-ir?''ree^' W. Prizes; 1st, £ 1 1(K 2nd, 10s. ]\jAJjK YUICE COMPETITIONS. OPEK—Destruction of Gaza," Prize £ 25, and Gold Medal. |. LOCAL (within a radius of 12 miles)—"Awn 7 ,ben lv wjddfa fawr." prize, £ 5. and Silver Medal. TIMBERING COMPETITIONS. FIRST CLASS (Timbermen).—Prizes: 1st, £ 2nd £ 1; 3rd, 10,< 4th, 5s. Entrance fee, 2s. 6d. SECOND CLASS (Colliers).—Prizes: 1st, £ 1 10s. 2nd, 15s.; 3rd. 10s. 4th, 5s. En- trance fee. 2s. For further particulars apply to Hon. Sec- rotary: E. PRICE GRlFFrrH, National Provincial I>ank, 629 Llandovery. glOOR & CO. —— ADVERTISING CONTRACTORS AND BILL POSTERS. CHIEF AGENCY FOB WALES. All descriptions of Advertising Circular J Distribution, &o.t promptly attended to. Offioe s-20, CALTERT-STREET RWANSEA PUBLIC NOTICES. GUY'S HOSPITAL MEDICAL SCHOOL. (UNIVERSITY OF LONDON.) The SUMMER SESSION will begin on May 1st, and students then entering will be eligible to compete for Entrance Scholarships of the combined value of L560 in the following September, as well as or the numerous Medals, Scholarships and Prizes awarded during the period of studentship. By the commencement of the Summer Ses- sion the Governors will have completed the arrangemests for opening an additional 50 Beds on the Medical side of the Hospital. The numerous Hospital Appointments in both special and general departments are open to Students without charge, and the holders of Resident Appointments are pro- vided with board and lodging. The Dental School provides the full curri- culum required for the L.D.S. England. A handbook of information for those about to enter the Medical Profession will be for- warded on applicat-ion. For Prospectus of the School, containing full particulars as to fees. course of study ad- vised. regulations for residents in the College, etc., appiv personally or by letter to the Dean, Guy's Hospital, London Bridge, S.E. 332 N EATH COUNTY SC H 0 0 L WANTED a MAN and WIFE without en- cumbrance as CARETAKERS of the above School. To devote the wh°le of tbeIf tlme t(> the duties, which include tl^daily cleaning of the school premises and additio l dur- ing the Stission of the Evening Clares. Salary 27s. a week, and hou^e, coal and gas free. A uniform for the man will also ing, on forms which can b^ o 1T,nr. rn. a Clerk, and accompanied 0} i e ian three ..cent Km. tdH. LEWIS C. THOMAS, Solicitor. Qierk to the Governors. 42. Queen Street. Neath- 9599 -— — SALES BY AUCTION. SWANSEA AUCTION ROOMS, 46, WATERLOO STREET. SALE OF SUPERIOR S^^„D-HAND BICYCLES, BY MANU- FACTURERS. T RRNFP MESSRS. JOHN M. L,E? have been instructed SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, AT„S RMV^ ROOMS, as above, on SATLRDAY, 4th APRIL, 1903, vrn PlfWT'Q FORTY LADIES' AND GENTS BICyCLES, Including QUADRAN'i'S' ^ITS' EN- FIELDS, SINGERS, KO\MS EW HUDSON'S, RUDGEI-^H^ ORTHS, and other leading makes. This Sale affords an excellent opportunity f&r working men youths and gIrls to obtain Strong. Uyeful, Easy-n11111111^ Cycles at low Machines on view day Sale froui 10 o'rdock a.m. Sale to commence at 7 o^l^ck p.m., prompt. Auctioneer's Office. 46, Waterl.^street, Swansea. 6. NlOdOl U D JALEBfi AND M«. ASTLEY W. w Smre •ceived instructions to. v^^ATirTFf LTO AUcrPION, on TUESDAY. MAECH 31st. 19<B. ih« HOUSEHOLD FU&NITUBI and Effects, PIANOFORTE etc, Coasting of Parlour and Bedroom^ u^ea, B&dateeds, Pe^ther Beds. ^ooxn Ware. Carped WALNOT CABINET. Cuchea. Overmamtels, WadhmB lii.g Mactx.ne. Picturea and Htut-piate Lancaster Camera, Copymgi-ress and Mae, ftc e<tc. Sale ■;> corumenoe at 11.30 a.ni* Terms Caali. Goodii at view Horning of Sale. Auctioneer 0?":ces, King's Hall C?haan^^ Swansea v MUSICAL. ]Y[ISSJLLORENCE J^RICKER A.R.A.M., A.R.C.M.. Receirea Students for Hie MKNT of PIANOFORTE *lA7IN?' PBODUCTION and SINGING also TOR MONT and COMPOSITION. MISS FBICKER studied for ^X,YEAII?Q Royal Academy of Music, and has had the tuition of the late Sir G. A. Macfarren, the late Professor Frederick Westlake, Mr. ^et; Mr. Shakespeare and Mr. Frye Parker, holds diplomas of the R.A.M. as pubhc periormer and teacher of piano and harmony, and ot tne B.UM. as public singer and in harmo.y, and also holds the Certificate of Merit of th0 f playing, and five medals of that In for P1Pu°pilsprepfiredfor the MetropolitanExaraina- tions of the R.A.M. and K.C.M,. alec^for the Local Examinations of the Associated Board of the R.A.M. and R.C.M. 100, WALTER-ROAB, SWANSEA. 40 MR. T. J. DENNIS, A.R.O.O. (Organist and Choirmaster of Bethesda Congregational Church, Briton Ferry), ACCBPTS PTJPITS IN PTANOFORTE, ORGAN, SINGING & THEORY. Pupil* Prepared for Examinations. 21, QUEEN-STREET, NEATH. 30 ACADEMY OF MUSIC, 100, WALTKR-KOAD. NI RS 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-Sir.ging, fheory of MusH), &c. Lessons R.aumed on Wednwday^Jaj^l4^ DANCING. CALISTHENICS, &c. DANCING, CALISTHENICS, SPANISH AND PHYSICAL EXERCISES. GEDNEY HOUSE, ST. HELEN'S.ROAD. MISS CRAVEN'S CLASSES arehe) dat her RESIDENCE, on MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, and SATURDAY. WEDNESDAY, and SATURDAY. ADULT TUITION CLASS, MONDAY 1 EVENINGS. I ClMsea also held at Neath, Carmartben, and Llanelli. Private Lessons. ,I.. SHIPPING. j ALLAN LINE. TO CANADA, UNITED STATES, RIVER PLATE AND INDIA. SAILINGS FROM LIVERPOOL. TUNISIAN Halifax & St. John, N.B April 2. PRETORIAN .Halifax & St. John, N.B.Aprils. PERUVIAN St. Johns, N.F. and Halifax April 11 CORINTHIAN .Quebec & MontrelApri116 SIBERIAN St. Johns, N.F.. Halifax & Phil .April 18 OCEAN RATES-To Canada, Saloon from £ 10 Second Cabin, £ 7 10s.; Third Class, £ 5 10s. To India, £ 37 10s. and £ 27 10s. For full particulars apply to ALLAN OFFICES 3. Leadenhall btref-t, London, E.C, and 19' James Street, Liverpool. SUMMER TOURS IN GOTLAND AND J RELAND. First-class Paasensrer Steamers from SVI AN- SEA, every WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY. Cabin Return Excursion Fares as under :— BELFAST 20/ available for 1 month. GLASGOW 25/ „ 14 dayB. Cheapest and Best Route for Giants' Cause- Cheapest and Best Route for Giants' Cause- way, North of Ireland, Oban and the Scottish Highlands. Illustrated Guide Book and all information Free from M. JONES AND BROR., .Albion Chambers, Swansea. 8 EDU CATIONAL. L LANDOVERY COLLEGE. The BENJAMIN EVANS SCHOLAR- SHIP, JB25 a year for 3 years, open to boys under 15 years of age, being sons of parents, I 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. 383 LANGLAND BAl. GIRLS' BOARDING & DAY SCHOOL, \3T BELLEVUE, LANGLAND, NEAR SWANSEA. PRüfCIPALs-The MISSES PHILLIPS, ABsiated by Resident Certificated English and .Foreign Governesses and Viaitimr Masters. Preparation for Local Examinations. The House is pleasantly situated in its own grounds on a hill, and overlooking the sea. T.,e itKM will begin Jan. lo. alRLS' 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, JANUARY 13th. DAY GIRLS, JANUARY 14th. 5 BRYN HAULOG, LANGLAND-ROAD, MUMBLES. DAY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS PREPARATORY BOARDING SCHOOL TOR LITTLE BOYS. Conducted by the MISSES POTTS (Daughters of a Clergyman). Pupils prepared for all Public Examinations Highest References. Terms on application. Spring Term begins January 23rd. Boarders return the previous day. 19 Jl ENDEEN COLLEGE. LANGLAND BAY. MODERN HIGH-CLASS SCHOOL roB, GIRLS MISS I. M. NETTELL, A.C.V. AND MISS C. M. NETTELL, A.C.P., J1 R.A.M. Cert., (Daughters of the late J. T. Nettell, General Works Manager of Messrs. Vivian & Sons). RKFBRSNCKS :— The LADT SWANSIA. LADT MoE8HKAD,ForestLodge, Binfield, Berks. MRS. WILMOT, Audley Sidmcuth, Devon. Miss EDBN, The Bryn, Sketty, Swansea.. RKV. SBCRKTAN JONBS, M.A., late Vicar of J MRS. WILMOT, Audley Sidmcuth, Devon. Miss EDBN, The Bryn, Sketty, Swansea.. RKV. SBCRKTAN JONBS, M.A., late Vicar of J Oystermouth, South Wales. Pupils are'prepared for London Matriculation, University Locals, Associated Board (Royal Academy and Royal College of Music), Trinity College,College of Violinists,Diploma (Teachers; and other examinations. 20 ————————-———-———— When purchas ng STIFF'S STARCH, be sure and GET IT IN A BOX The Box is a guarantee that you have the finest Starch it is possi- ble to manufacture. Common & mixed Starches bat surely destrov linen: STIFF PURE STARCH is warranted not to injure the most deuca material. STIFF •» 29. Redcliff St., BRISTOL. ) PALM SUNDAY. For WREATHS, CROSSES and an FLORAL DEVICES, go to JAMES HARRIS F.R.H.S. BLACKPI LL, Who has a very fine selection of Cut Flowers, also 5,000 Pot Plants in Bloom. TRADE SUPPLIED, t j TRALE NOTICES. J. W. JACKETT, CENTRAL COACH FACTORY. WASSAIL SQUARE, no 14 &: 15, ESTABLISHED 1883. Estimates on M sz -4 forwarded on jl P^if] The «ldea), ^pplicatioi^ I —I BubberTv Experienced "l m Ty Pe Workmen any \|^ distance to X /A\7 itl Execute \J \S j \y South If: Repa.irs. *— *■ th ales LANDAUS, BROUGHAMS, VICTORIAS, WAGGONETTES and 2 WHEEL CARTS, of every Description, Built on the Premises. Inspection invited while 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 0 with finest" Ideal Tyres, and Superior Finish. 70 Guineas. DAVID THOMAS, — WATCHMAKER, JEWELER 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. 44 C. ROWLAND, CONTRACTOR TO THE SWANSEA HARBOUR TRUSTEES, AND HAULAGE CONTRACTOR I TO THE MIDLAND AND OTHER RAILWAY COMPANIES, TKL"IX>00 MOTIVE." 9, FISHER STREET. "I38- A. J. CHAPPELL. FISHMONGER A OYSTER MERCHANT, POULTERER, DEALER IN GAME, Ac., WIND-STREET. SWANSEA. and AT NEWTON-ROAD. MUMBLES. Telegraphic Address—" Chappell, Swansea." Country Orders promptly attended to. It 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 A- No House Equals DOWN & SON FOR RELIABLE FUR NITUBB. TH, BEST POSSIBLE VALUE. CARPETS MADE AND LAID FREE. I ^Zrr~ A CMTPUST. ESTABLISHED N*ABLT HAW HIGH STREET & MORRIS LANE SWANSEA. =- 0 The Cure for Gout. DINNE FO Rheumatic Gout. and Gravel. The Universal Remedy for Acidity of the S?Jes;„an)d B?os* Stomach, Headache, Heartburn, Indigestion, G^le Sour Eructations, BUious Affections. UeS SmS and the DIN R sickness of Pregnancy ES I- 45 WORTH A GUINEA BOX. BEECUAM'S PILLS FOR ALL BILIOUS & NERVOUS DISORDERS SICK HEADACHE, CONSTIPATION, WEAK STOMACH, WIND, IMPAIRED DIGESTION, DISORDERED LIVER, AND FEMALE AILMENTS. THE:SALE IS OVER SIX MILLION BOXES PER ANNUM. Prepared only by the Proprietor. Thomas Beeewam. Helens, Lancashire. Sold by all Drugjuts and 1'a.tent Medicine Dealei-s everyvvneie xii Boxes, Is. lsd. aa« 2e. 9d. each. Full Dir octions with each box. 10