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Scale cf Charges fOR CONSECUTIVE WEEKLY INSERTIONS OF 3MALL ADVERTISEMENTS (WHEN PREPAID ONLY). THREE LINES, or not exceeding 24 words, 6d. per Inseition. Every additional 8 words, Fourpence. The foregoing Scale applies only to APARTMENTS AMD HOUSES To LOT or WANTED SITUATIONS VACANT or WANTED; HOUSES, OFFICES, PROPERTIES and Slops to LET or SELL LOST and FOUND MISCELLANEOUS PRIVATE WANTS and SALES; but r.ot to any advertise- ment of a Trade nature. TRADE SPECIALITIES, &c. (WHEN PREPAID ONLY). Twenty-four words 9'U Pcr insertion. Thirty-two „ 1 » A reduction is made for a series cf 6, 13. 26, or 52 insertions. If a Voucher Copy be desired, an extra Three Halfpence per in32rl.ion shouid be add^o 3'r, to above chasip prepaid rat?.?. Unless prepaid the Advertisements will he ohargod by the Business scale. Adveitise- ments i'rom Public Bociie;; are not inserted at the Prepaid Rate. The Postmaster-Genera does not allow letters %ddre-ge,d to iniiials or fictitious names to be addressed to any Post Office, and letters so sent are returned to the sender through the Dead Letter Dip.irtment. Letters'o Advertisers by initials, &c., or otherwise, may be directed to "THE CAMBRIAN" Office free of charge; and if atampa are sent to cover postage, will be for- warded to the Advertiser's own address. undsr 5s. m.-iy he inaoe ir» Halfj enny Postage Stamps or Po-tal Orders Postal Ur 'ers should be made payable to THE SOUTH WALRO DAILY PORT Co., LTD., 211, High-str. e^. Swans "i. Address all commuui- cations to THIS MANAGER, •' THK CAMBRIAN" NKWSI'APEU. SWANSEA. BIRTHS. MARRIAGES & DEATHS. MARRIACH. J()¡HN8-M"ÂTTHEW.s.-On the 26th in-A., at Fabianst Bay Church. Winifred, eldest daughter ap Rev. J. Matthews. to Ernes't M. JohnsL of Brisbane Villa. Swansea. 504a4-3 SITUATIONS VACANT DOMESTIC SERVANTS. A good General Servant required.—Apply 9, Walter-terrace, "Walter-road, Swan- sea. 359p4-7 jV/TIDDLE-AGED Person, who can work, Wanted aa House Chambermaid; re- 61>ectable, good reference?.—Apply, with all Particulars, salary, etc., 235, High-street, Swansea. 354p4-7 RESPECTABLE Girl Wanted, at once, as General; comfortable home; good char- acter indispensable.—Apply General, "Daily Po&t" Office, Swansea. 3o2p4-7 DEQUIRED, after Easter, experienced Gen- Pt eral Servant for family of three; com- forta/ble home; good wages.—Apply Mrs. Owen, 5, Eaton-crescent, Swansea. 414p4-8 ANTED, General Servant.—Apply at once, Castle Hotel, Aberavon. 781n4-4 X/VANTED, immediately, good General. — Appiy Mrs. Cribb. Bridge-street, Neath, 219p4-2 ANTED, General Servant. — Trehoeth Shop, Tr-eboath. netar Swansea.. 178p4-2 \\TANTED, good Gcneual Servant.—Apply Mrs. Harris, Elm swot e, Wetft Cross. 369p4-7 ~\JVf ANTED, u good General Ssrvanit.—Apply Mrs. [Jicks, 14, Walter-terrace, Swan- Be^ 187p4-2 XyANTED, a Girl, about 16, to assist in J House-work,-Apply 81, Walter-road, Swansea. 362p4-6 \/VTANTED, strong Girl ias Scullery Maid.— • Apply Manageress, Stepney Hotel, Llanelly. 786p4-7 "1^7*ANTED, Young GeneraJ. for atmall family.—Apply M., 15, Victoriai-avenue. Mumbles. 535p4-8 |7":ANTED, a go'od General Servant. — Apply 9, Richmond-road. Uplands, Swansea. 333p4-8 X/ITANTED, at once, a clean Young Girl as 4T General.—Apply Mrs. Lowry, London- ^ad, Neath. 784n4-6 ANTED, strong, active Girl, from 18 to -"■» 20. as General Srn-ant,-3, Brunswick- street, Swansea. 366p4-7 XYTANTED, a respectable Girl for House- '4 work, at unce.-Apply 54, Carhon-'ter- Me e, Swansea. 391p4-8 ANTED, a Girl, about 15 years of age, to Nurse,-Apply Mrs. Yeo, Butcher. iihyfryd, Swansea. 384p4-8 ]\r ANTEDT ait once, a Young Girl as Gen- in. eral—Evaiw, Ivy Busli Hotel, St. Jjiomas. Swansea. 391p4-8 Tif ANTED, experienced Chamberm.vd, *• assist waiting.—Proprietress, Ship and ^astle Hotel. Mumbles. 337p4-4 jtyANTED, a Cook-GeuerwriT also House- _»< maid.—Apply Mrs. Penrose Thomas, Thomas, Swansea. 376p4-7 XyANTED, respectable General Servant; sleep out—Apply Mrs. Watson, 83,' Bryn-y-Mor-road, Swansea. 217p4-3 XyANTED, at- once, respectable Girl, about 18. for Housework; two in family.—IJ, jjryn-y-Mor-rctad. Swansea. 214p4-2 jXlTANTED, resiieenable Girl as General; ,t J good reference.—Mi^. Yoysey, Swansea ^■sttte, Oxford-street, Swansea. 403p4-5 ANTED, at once, a Young General Ser- vant; help given.—Apply Jirs. Smith, jf. Cwmdonkin-terrace. Swansea. 2o6p4-7 i\yANTED, a respectable Girl tts House- maid.—Apply Mrs. Curtis, Alexandra ff^ataurant, Swansea. SIX7"ANTED, a good General Servant. Apply Mrs. A. E. Freeur, True Br i m yotel, High-street, Swansea. 234.3 XyANTED, by April 3rd, a good General '• Servant; two in family.—22, Promen- ad'e, Mount Pleasant, Swiansea. 340p4-7 -=- jVyANTED, experienced General Servant; T good wages.—Apply Mrs. Jenkins, 1 ^oodbury Villas, Uplands, Swansea.. 3o4p4-7 i \/V"ANTED, a good Geneml Servant, at f'once; good wages.—Apply Mrs. Roch^ .:>0, Montpelier-terrace, Swansea. 12jp4.4 ANTED, good General Servant, at once; no washing.—Apply lira. Morgana, Mar- eit Stores, Waterloo-strvct, Swansea. 294p4.6 WANTED, immediately, Working House- keeper for gentleman and son.—Write to Albion, "Daily Post," Swansea. 307p46 XyANTED, immediately, a Genera! Ser- vant.—Apply 2, Clifton Villas, Pioton- ei'race. Mount Pleasant, Swansea. 225p4-2 WANTED, a respecta-bl-e Girl as House- maid.—Apply, with reference, to Mrs. .J^venport, Salisbury Club. Swansea. 374p4-7 Yy ANTED, middle-aged woman as Gen- Aii i* eral; one that- oan wasli preferred.— Pi>ly Victoria Hotel, Wind-street, Swansea. 223p4-2 D, at once, iwo Generals, age from ler* t> 17. to 20 "Apply A. and E. Brown's Se- -Kegiatry Office, 67, Gorse-lane, Swansea. 329p4-6 Young Girl as General Ser- V)ni, at .—Apply Mrs. Goldswoithy, Gains- ough Villa, Mayals, Biackpill, R.S.O. XAr 333p4-7 Young Girl to assist in house- ^°rk" from 7.30 till after 2.-Apply be- • ■aiwl 9 p.m.—48, Bryn-road, Swansea. 300p4-6 "T A NTE[) at once, a- good General, or » Girl for morning—Apply Mrs. Darling- ton, Melrose, St. Jaines's-crescent, Swansea. 405p4-8 WANTED, respectable Girl, 16 to 17, for Housework; two in family; comfort- able home for good girl.-Apply, wilth refer- ences, after 6 o'clock to 34, Windsor-terrace, Uplands, Swansea. 221p4-2 ~\JU~ ANTED, clean, respectable Girl, for mornings; reference required.—Apply White Hart Hotel, Oxford-street, Swansea. 203p4-2 WANTED, after Easter, an experienced General Servant. State references, wages.—Mrs. Charles Biggs, H:ghfield, Neath. 213p4-2 WANTED, (ompc<ten!t General Servant, at once; g'.od reference; good wages. — Apply 1, U:ch.\nond-road, Uplands, Swansea. 189p4-2 WANTED, General Servant, with good f f reference, for two in family; House- maid kept.—Apply Beta, "Duily Poa't," Swan- sea. 341p4-7 WANTED, a respectable person as House- keeper, and to make herself generally useful—Write R. K. P., "Daily Post," Swan- sea. 248p4-4 "fy ANTED, Chain b e rrna id-Wa i-t ress; also fT good girl as (ieneral.—Apply between 6 and 8. Longlands HOllel, S't. Ilelen's-road. Swansea. 390p4-8 "\yANTED, clean, willing Girl, for smad »' family; fond of children; good honii for suitable girl.—Normand Villa, 47" 1o-se- lane, Swansea. 235p4-3 WANTED, a Servant Girl, from 18 to 20; 'J good place—Appiy, with reference, to Mrs. GwLlym, Maltsters' Arms, Carmarthen- road, Swansea. 309p4-6 WANTED, at- once, respectable Girl as f f General Servant; to sleep home.- Apply after 6 p.m., Mrs. Redshaw, 53, Mansel- tierraee, Swansea. 379p4-7 ANTED, by April 14th, or soon after, a » 1 good General Servant; also House- maid; good references required.—Mrs. Cavill, 23. Walter-road, Swansea. Apply after six o'clock, or by letter. 288p4-6 V\7"ANTED, a good General Servant; two » in family.—Ajiply any evening between six and eight, to Mrs. Gilbert Jonea, 6, Skeiutj'-road, Swansea. 227p4-3 "VyANTED, at once, experienced Nurse, to V» take n t.re charge of two young chil- dren.-Appiy, stating full particulars, Jor- dan. Bryn Coed, Dynevor. 207p4-2 WANTED, clean respectable Girl as Gen- eral Servant, assist in Bar evenings; good references required,-Apply White Hart Hotel, Oxford-street, Swanseia. 370p4-7 WANTED, for a small, private Hotel, a domesticated Person as Sewing Maid; four children. 16, 14, 8, and 4 years.—Apply Rotherslade Hot-el, Mumbles. 9488d.b.4-7 WANTED, by a lady, nice, respectable Girl, shout 17. to assist with Babies, 18 months and 2 months old.—Address Ste- vens, 2, Worcester-!lace, Swansea. 210p4-2 "Yy ANTED, inmed a t-ely. for a Country »J Hotel, Kitchenmaid, General for pri- vate house, ulso Generals, Cook-Generals, Xursemaid. Kitchenmaid—Registry, Pont- morlais, Merthyr Tydvil. Stamp. 186p4-2 WANTED, immediately, experienced and Plain Cooks, House-Parlour and House- maids. experienced and Young Generals, Kit- chen-maids, Waitresses, etc.; also experi- encd Barmaid.—Apply Miss Lewis ,High-class Registry, 18, Castle-stret, Swansea. 370p44 ANTED, at once, good Nurse, 16 to 20.— » Apply between 6 and 7 p.m. to Mr. Ley, 9, OakIands-terra.cei, Swansea. 261p4-4 TpOR SALE, Disc Graphophane, perf€ictly new; cost £ 5; will sell at £ 3 10s., sacri- fice .-Apply Barrett, Tobacconist, Quay Par- ade, Swansea. 260p4-4 Ty.ANTED, for a small private hotel, a » u domestlebtlcd person to help tihe pro- prietress in the management with a know- ledge of cooking; also a, Housemaid, House- maid Waitress, and good strong Kitchen Sar- vant total abstainers only need apply, and ones with references.—Rotherslade Hotel, Mumbles. 9489d.b.4-7 SITUATIONS VACANT. MISCELLANEOUS SITUATIONS. PPRENTICE.—John S. Brown has a vacancy for a well-educated Youth to learn the business of Ironmonger, Motor and Cycle Merchant, and Electriouil Supplies.— Apply John S. Brown, Oxford-street, Swan- sea. 351p4-14 A sum of money weekly asily earned at -'Y home; either sex; no selling or canvass- ing; work supplied token and paid for by us; thoroughly genuine and straightforward.— Stamped addressed envelope to Golding and Co., 75. Melbourne-grove, East Dulwich, Lon- don. -_u 287p4-6 BOY for Bakehouse Wanted.—Apply R. E. Jones, Ltd.. Alexandra Arcade, Swan- sea. 400p4-5 CLERKSHIPS: £ 85- £ 450; Admiralty, War, CLERKSHIPS: £ 85- £ 450; Admiralty, War, Excise, Customs offices; vacancies now; open to all, aged 15-23. Experience unneces- aary. Special explanatory pamphlet free.— Secretary, Civil Service Bureau, Albert-hall, Edinburgh. 257p44 COBAI71 ORE TREATMENT- Wanted, a C competent Man who thoroughly under- 1 stands the Smelting or .jther treatment of Cobalt Ore, ;o take chlarge of these opera- tions at some mines abrotad.—Write full par- ticulars of qjaIiScations, experience, salary, < requfred.. U; to Z.V.Y., o.o. Housekeeper, 1 53, New Broad-street, London, E-C. 776n4-2 DRKSSMAKING.-Wantedrat")uce, Appren- D tices and Improvers; also experienced Assistants.—Miss Pritchard, Riehardson-s't Swansea. 335p4-5 G_IRLS Wanted (exi)erienced) to make Cor- ner rand Flat Bags.—Albert Davie?, Printer, 30, New Oxford-sftreet, Swansea. 247p4-4 IMPERIAL Collecting Society requires i Agents (either sex) for Llansamiet, Skew- en, Aberdyiais, Resolven, Neath, and its surrounding districts; liberat remuneration for suitable men. Salary for whole time ■ men Iiiterotit in books—Apply H. P. Wal- ters, Superintendent, District OfPce. Lonlaa, Llansanilet. 319p4-6 "j\/TANTLE Makers.—Richard Lewis, High- fXreeS', Swansea, has a vacancy for an Apprentice to the Mantle Making. 397p4-8 TTISS ROSSER, Beford House, StTGeorgeV -i-TJ- terrace, requires Apprentices for High- claes Drejsmaking, immediately. 393p4-8 if,I,INERY.-Wa.nied,-exp,oriene,cd Mil- M linier, able to serve; artate experience, age, and salar3-K Eyana. Compton House, Cwmcarn, near Newixji-t. 286p4 3 MILLTNhRV—Wanted, thoroughly experi- m enced stylisfii Milliner; Welsh; able to ■sqtv- Applj > full particulars first letter, Levenson. Divpt r, Aiinn ,nford. 326p4-3 PLUMBING. W anted, smart, strong Boy as P Apprent.ce-Apply W. O. Jcnes, Reg's- tered Plumber, Windsor-road, Neaith. 775n4-2 PAINTER Wanted, at once PYoung Man used to Plaiu Lettering; also know- ledge of Glazing; permanent work in an old establishment in Swansea borough—Write Painter. "Daily Post," Swansea. 29Cp4-6 EESPECTABLE Lad Wanted; used to driv- ing pony.—W. H. Derrick, Oxford-street, Swansea. 265p4-4 OyXL Liver FTicndly Society. Accumu- R lated capital exceeds two millions. Ap- plications invited from men of good charac- ter and persons of experience as Agents for Swansea, Gorseinon, Gowerton, Neath, Briton Ferry, and Port Talbot. Interest in books by rule. No debit, system. Salary and com- mission—App!y District. Manager, Portland Chambers. Swansea. 258p4-4 SANITARY Inspectorships.—Salaries £100 to s £ 350; several hundred vacancies an- nually (.both sexea); experienCl2 unneces- sary; 300 successful candidates; Postal Les>- sons now commencing for Cardiff Exam; fee 25s.—Mush ens. Science Teacher, Sunderland. 283p4-13 TO Tailoresses.—Wanted, a good Trouper Hand; also Apprentices.—Apply 7, Dy- nevor-place, Swansea. 345p4-7 TO BAKERS.—Wanted, immediately, good Second Hand Baker; well up in Bread and Smalls.—Apply David Griffiths, Baker, Wind-street, Neath. 785n4-6 "lyANTED, Young Man, accustomed to i»*I Booking.—Apply Young, "Daily Poat," Bwamaea. 306p4-6 "f^^ANTED. activs Dad, early riser; wages » V 8s.—Apply betrwecn 5 and 7 p.m., "Wes- tern Ma:l,' Swansea. 193p4-2 Ty ANTED. Woman, regularly on Mondays, VT for Washing.—Apply 2, Richmond-road, Uplands. Swansea. 389p4-8 I WANTED, a Young Liady a3 Manageretss — Apply Peacock's Penny Soal'l, Market, Neath, on Wednesday. 34gp4-7 Ty ANTED. Girl for Coats, good at button- V holes; good wages given.—Apply 16, De- la-Beche-sttreet, Swansea. 302p4-4 yyANTED. Young Man as Clerk; must be » fj well up in Book-keeping.—Apply Hams, "Daily PotL," Swansea. 377p4-7 "'Xi A.Y;ED. strong Youth, to look after V Horse and Trap and small Garden.- Apply -at Vrondeg, Ske'tty. 262p4-4 Ty ANTED, an Apprentice to a good class V. Dressmaking—Apply to C. E. Richards, 1, Marlborough-road, Brynmill. 200p4-2 WANTED, ta Young Lady, prepossessing V T j for Stationery and Tobacconist Busi- ness—Apply Station, "Daily Poait," Swansea. 338p4-7 yy ANTED, a smart, intelligent Youth as *-1 an Apprentice; in or outdoors.—Oliver Da-vies, M.,R.P.S" 'Di''l}ensing Chemist, Ponty- pridd. 779n44 Ty ANTED, two respee-haMe Girls, to work in Aerated Water Factory.—Apply per- sonally to H. W. and J. Hansard, Wassail- place, Swansea. 323p4-6 Ty ANTED, a competent Blacksmith, who » V can Splicte Ropes and Shoe Horses.— Apply personally at Gwaun-Cae-Gurwen col- lieries, near Brynamman, 373p4-7 yy ANTED, a Junior or Improver; in- VT doors; comfortable home.—Apply, with full particulars, to Oliver Davies, M.R.P.S.. Dispensing Chemist, Pontypridd. 780n44 Ty ANTED, immediately, strong Young Man TVs to work truck and make himself gener- ally useful; 7s. per week, live in.—Apply, with references, Boots, Castle Hotel, Neath. 368p4-7 TyANTED, Manager or Manageress for a VV Double-licensed House in Swansea- Apply, giving all particulars as to experience, salary, etc., to W. A. B., "Daily Post," Swan- sea. 375p4-4 TyANTED, strong Lad, accustomed to t' t'" driving out grocery, and looking after horse; live on premises.—Write, slatting age and wages required-Grocer, "DAflY Post," Swansea. 366p4-7 WANTED, a Lad about 15 years of age, to assist at the Workshops for the Blind. Apply personally at the Workshops, Nortlh- ampton-place. between the hours of 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. 375P4"7 ANTED, a Boy, about 15 years of age, w to amist at the workshops for the blinw -Apply personally a<t the Workshop, between the hours of 9 a.m. and 6 p.m., at Northampton-fplace, Swansea. 9485db4-7 yy ANTED, respectable Lady Canvasser, V» calling upon private families for or- ders in General Drapery, Dresses, etc.; liberal commission to respectable persons.—Write Energetic, "Daily Post," Swansea. 211p4-2 yyANTED, an active Gardener, willing to » f J make himself generally useful.—Appty by letter only,, stating age. experience, and wages expected, and enclosing two recent testimonials, Edwin Curtis, Carey R ii. Neath. 776n4-3 r- yyANTED, Man and Wife; Man to ow horse r,nd aart and be handy about house and garden; wife to attend to one per- son; House au.i Fire provided; constant em- ployment. State wages and number and age of children.—Address Ivy, "South Wales Daily Post,' Swansea. 138p-42 TyANTED, for Neath and District, a House to House Canvasser for Beer in C&sk and jsottle, also Wines and Spirits.—Apply, stiat- ing age, experience, wages required. Box 650, "Daily Post," Swansea. 218p4-3 yyOMEN WORKERS WANTED^—Free train- V ing given to earnest Christian Young Women, willing to devote them selves to work amongst, the poor as Mission Nurses in the Slums, Rescue Workers, or Assis-tanta in Women's Homes. Small but sufficient salary after training. Age 25 to 30 preferred.—Write in confidence to Miss Carilile, Hon. Sec., The Church Army, 61. Bryaneton-street, London, W. ~i AS. to 25s. Weekly easily earned at horn'e 1U Cutting Paper Stencils; cither sex; work taken; materials found; easy; amus- ing; good pay. Stamped envelope.—Channey, 3, Millman-terrace. Hornsey, London. 251p4-7 QrvS. Weekly Salary is offered to either sex OU (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. 284p4-6 SITUATIONS WANTED. ? AS Groom-Coachman or Driver; willing to be useful; rides and drives well; highly recommended; married.—Trew, 7, Arthur-St., ( Broadway, Cardiff. 284p4-6 t GOOD Bread Hand seeks situation; can assist all-round or deliver if required; good references. State wages.—G. Owen, West-.street. Knighton, Rads. 343p4-7 ( pRESLNT limployer recommends honest p Lad ;16), look iaft-er Horse and be jenerally usi-fi'l; live in.—Jenkins, BrynDer- iven, Skctty. 158p4-l SITUATION Wanted, Groom-C'oachman, single; willing, usefnl; three years' character; agt1 3G; at liberty.—Apply E., 3, Star^terrace, LIantarnam, Mon. 179p4-2 TyANTED, Situation as Office Claener, by • < respeataible Pers<on.—Address Box 91. 'Daily Post," Swansea. 235p44 WANTED, Situation as Watchman, or any place of trust; good references.—Write ( Watchman, "Daily Poat." Swansea. 367p4-7 TyANTED, by respectable Person, few VVi days' cleaning, wat'hin-g, oi office work.—Write Box 38, "Daily Post,' Swansea. 401p4-8 WANTED, few days weekly work. Wash- ing, Household, or Office Cleaning, by respectable person.—Write Work, 11, Kemble- street, Brynmill, Swansea. 295p4.6 TT7ANTED,, Situation as Barmaid (little tVVj knowledge of business); Swansea dis- 5 ric'fc preferred.—Apply Miss Stockdale, 47, Kilvey-road, Foxhole, Swansea. 243p4-3 W ANTED, a Sitniattion as a Staible Lad, ride and drive, aged 17 years; twelve months' good character. — Apply to the Stables, Llangennech Park, Carmarthenshire, South Wales. 337p4-7 TT7ANTED, Appointment aa Clcrk-Oollector iVVi or any position of trust; 15 years' ex- perience- ten years' practical acquaintance with oeneral work of builder's office; good references.—Address Omega, "Daily Post," Swansea. 314p4-3 TO BE LET. T\/rU103LES.—To Let, well-furnished Sitting- 1V1 roT.m Bedrooms, hot and cold bath; -is -tre.- central for bays and trains.-Proprietress, J. T Ball 1, Prospect Villa, Castleton, iium- bùes, 428p4"16 o LET, 10 Oastc«ton, Mamlx's, with im- mediate possess .on.—A))P' > 61, ManS'el- iterrace, Swansea, or Tunbridgo. Auctioneer, G-OTvpr-irttroet. Swansea. 502a3-27 -<- APARTMENTS. A PARTMENTS —To all having Apartments APARTMENTS.—To all having Apartments to let. Do not lose pounds by having your Apartments empty when, for Is. (or tnree weeks, 2s.), you can have a thirty-word ADVERTISE- MENT in Six LONDON SCSTRBAN NEWS- PAPERS, circulating in districts which each year sc-nd thousands of visitors to Swansea.^ Names ùl papers—" Ley ton," "Levtonstone,Wcst Ham," "Wanstead, Woodford, and Forest Gate," "Manor Park," and "Ilford Express and Independent."—Address, PUBLISHED, ^"Inde- pendent-" Office, Leytonstone, London, N.E. ^} PMOLl'NEUX, Fish Merchant, 126, High- • street, Swansea. Cheapest Shop in town for Fish of all varieties; wholesale and I retail. Trial solicited. 3a PUBLIC NOTICES. I1AXD THEATRE, SWANSEA. Booking of Dress Circle Seats for the MARAUDERS, By the Swansc-fi Amateur Operatic Society—Five Nights, commencing April 28th. 1903—will commence at Mr. Gwyrmu II. Grader's, 17, Heathfield Street. as under:— SUBSCRIBERS on Easter Tuesday, April 14th. Non-Subscribers. on Mondav, April 20th. Subscriptions One Guinea and Half-a- Guinea. Tickets will be sent for full value of sub- script ions remitted to Hon. Secretaries:— W. H. PROTHEROE, 62. Mansel Terrace; BRINLEY BOWES. 51, St. Helen's Rd. NEW Star Theatre, WIND STREET. SWANSEA. Lessee and Manager: Telephone T Morton Powell. :No. 442. On MONDAY. TCESDAY, and WEDNES- DAY. April 6th. 7th and 8th. The Golden Chance, A Sensational Drama. On THURSDAY and SATURDAY, April 9th and 11th. The Heart of London, A Thrilling Domestic Comedy Drama.. On GOOD FRIDAY EVENING, Popular Sacred Concert, At which the following artistes will appear: 1st GLAMORGAN* R <3. ARTILLERY Band (By kind permission of Col. Williams and the Officers). Soprano-Miss LIZZIE BOWEN. T.C.L., and Medallist, Waunwen. Contralto—Miss SARAil GWEN DAVIES, Prize-winner Band of Hope Eisteddfod. Tenor—Mr. GRIFF LEWIS. Baritones—Mr. GRIFF CHARLES and Air TOM GRIFFITHS. Lime Light Selections from Life Models. Start at 7.50 p.m. Prices as usual. GRAND HOLIDAY ATTRACTION, On EASTER MONDAY, at 2 and 7.30. ilr. T. Moiton Powell's Company, in the immensely successful play- A Little Outcast. SOUSA. AND HIS JJAND. A LBERT HALL, SWANSEA. gATURDAY. APRIL 4TH, 1903. Ãt J luve o'clock and Eight o'clock. Dooivs oprin Jialf an hour earlier each concert. Messrs. Thompson and Sliackell (Limited) have pleasure in aamouncing TWO GRAND CONCERTS Bv this FAMOUS AMERICAN COMBINATION, Assisted by Miss MAUD POWELL (Violinist). Miss ESTELLE LlEBLINU (Vocalist) and Mr. ARTHUR PRYOR (Trombonist)] Conductor: Jj-B. JOHN pHILIP SOUSA Composer of the "Washington Post. "Ei Capitan," etc.. etc.). f Reserved Seats, 5s., 4s., and 3s. :Ume,se<iTed Seats, 2, Admission Is. 1 lan.s foi Res; rved aie now open, and tickets iOt enreserved Seats niii.y adso lve ifctained at Ihompson and Shackell's (Limi ,ed), o2,. Lastlo-street, tSvyaais<a. N.B -All Persons Purclwsmg t.he Cheaper rickets Before the Night of the Concert will >e Admitted to the Hall by Early Doors With jut Extra Charge. Excursion trains from all part. LLANGADOCK. THE ANNUAL RACE, Will be held aa usual On Easter Monday, April 13,1903. GREATLY INCREASED PRIZES: Open Irotung i<irst Prize—Handicap—■ £ 10. 1 Open Gallop—First Prize, £10, ENTRIES CLOSE 8th APRIL. For further particulars apply- 317 J. G. HARRIES, Hon. Sec. LLANDOVERY. WHIT-MON DAY, 1st June. GREAT ATTRACTIONS. D Brass Band Contests, Male Voice Competitions, and Timbering Competitions Preceded by a CARNIVAL, i BRASS BAND CONTESTS TEST PIECE—"Gems of Welsh Melody" (R. Smith and Co.). Prizes: 1st. £ 10! 2nd £ 5; 3rd, £ 3; 4th, £ 1. 5 MARCH PAST—"Tommy Atkins" (A S Beaumont); published by Cha.s. Woolhouse, 174, Wardour Street, W. Prizes: 1st, Li 10s.; 2nd, 10s. MALE VOICE COMPETITIONS. OPEN—"Destruction of Gaza." Prize JB25, and Gold Medal. LOCAL (within a radius of 12 miles)—"Awn i lien v wydda fawr." ]»rize, £ 5. and Silver Medal. TIMBERING COMPETITIONS. FIRST CLASS (Timbermcn).- -Prizes 1st, JS5; 2nd, £1 10s.; 3rd, !&< 4th. 7s. 6d. Entrance fee. 2s. 6d. SECOND CLASS (Collier,).-Prizes lt.t, £1 10s. 2nd, 15s. 3rd, 10s. 4th, 5s. En- i trance fee, 2s. For further particulars apply to Hon. Sec- jetary; E. PRICE-GRIFFITH, National Provincial Bank, 329 Llandovery. PUBLIC NOTICES. w MUMBLES LIFEBOAT DISASTER FUND. I MEETING OF SUBSCRIBERS. The Honorary Treasurer reqiifsts the at- tendance of the'subiseribers to the above fund at the GUILDHALL, SWANSEA, on WED- NESDAY SEXT. the 8th April, at. 12 noon, to determine as to the application of the- funds. GRIFFITH THOMAS. Mayor of Swansea. Honorary Treasurer. S503 Ty j-EMORIAL CHAPEL, WALTER ROAD l,'T GRAND SACRED CONCERT, Good Friday, April 10th, 1803, Sir William Sterndale Bennett s Cantata entitled "The Woman of Samaria,' Will be peformed by the Chapel Choir, assisted by the following eminent artistes: Sojprano—Miss E. HALL. Cardiff (Royal Welsh Ladies' Choir). Contralto—Madame Hannah JoneF Tenor—Mr. FRED ROBINS. Biss—Mr. JOSIAH THOMAS. And a. [ Full Orchestral Band. A Miscellaneous Programme will follow the Cantata. Admission: Front Seats. 25. Second Seats, 1$* Doors open at 7.30; to commence at 8 p.m. 9517 j^HAFTESBURY HALL, SWANSEA. TUESDAY, MARCH 31, to WEDNESDAY. APRIL 8,1905. IMPORTANT EXHIBITION l of GAS COOKERS, Etc., etc. FLETCHER, RUSSELL & CO. (LIMITED). Thewe Cookers may be bought or liked fio"i Swansea. Gas Co.. at moderate rate_s. FREE LECTURES on GAS COOKING ca h day at 3 and 7.30 p.m., br MilS. A. R. STEVENSON (First Glass Dip- loma). ^j OWKR RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL. TO ROAD MAKERS. CONTRACTORS, AND OTHERS. f The Rural Bistiict Council of Gower invite TENDERS for Widening certain parts of toe f»d leading from Murton to Pyk'm ttish of Bishopston, and for carrying 0u- Itipi"ve'nents to a Culvert near Murt011^? also to the Road crossing over the bed oi t e stream near Bishopsten School, in the same Parish, in accordance with Plans and Specifi- cations, which may be seen at my Office at Victoria Chambers, Oxford-street. "Swanf-ei- 'Tenders must be nip.de on Forms which can be obtained from me, or frum the Council s Surveyor. Mr. T Gordon Boweii. Penygraig. Pencl-iwdd. and they in u be delivered at Office as aforesaid, not later than DAY, the Eleventh day of April. 1903, sealed and eutloised "Tender for Road Improve- ments. The Person or Persons whose Tender ic- ac. cepted will be required to give a Bond, wit h a sufficient surety, in the sum of £ 150, for t ie due performance of the Contract. The Council will not be bound to accept the lowest or any Tender. By order, 1 H. J. IND. Clerk to the Council. Victoria Chambers. Oxford-street, Swansea, .~n 30th March. 1903, 9477 FOOTBALL. SATURDAY, 4th APRIL. SWANSEA" v. NEWPORT. ,J Kick-off at 3.30. Admission, Sixpence Stand, Is. extra. I C IIEPSTOW GRAMMAR SCHOOL. Well-known Old Private School—Recognised by the Education Department as etucien for Higher Education. Masters on the Governement Register-George Dewdney, B.A.; C. Dewdnev, B.A., B.Sc. (Int.) Beautiful Residence. Fine Country. 505-Cain-5-o. i UY'S HOSPITAL MEDICAL SCHOOL. Vx (UNIVERSITY OF LONDOA-) 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 £ 360 in the f0' ,0^1?^ September, as well as or the numerous Medals, Scholarships and Prizes awarded during the period of studentship, „ By the commencement of the Summer ces- sion the Governors will have completed the arrangements 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 application. For Prospectus of the School, containing full-particulars as to fees, course of study ad- vised, regulations for residents in the College, etc., apply personally or by letter to the Dean, Guy's Hospital, London Bridge, S.E. 332 THOMAS ROLLISTON. I PLUMBER. GASFITTER AND SANI- l TARY ENGINEER. 21, RICHARDSON-STREET, SWANSEA. SALES BY AUCTION. BY ME. W. J. REES. EXCEPTIONALLY SOUND INVEST- MEXTS, ME. W. J. REES, Will offer for SALE by AUCTION at the STEPXEY ARMS HOTEL, LLAXELLY. On FRIDAY, 17th APRIL, 1903 at 4.30 p.m. sharp, in lots to suit buyers, as may be decided upon by the Vendors at the time of Sale. TEX ORDIXARY SHARES and TEX 6 PER CEXT CUMULATIVE PREFEEEXCE SHARES of £100 EACH (FULLY PAID), in THE WESTERN TIN-PLATE WORKS LMTD., LLAXELLY. OXE OF THE MOST SUCCESSFUL UXDERTAKIXGS OF ITS KIXD, Particulars and Conditions of Sale may be obtained of: Messrs COLLIXS & WOODS, Solicitors, Worcester Place, Swansea. and of Mr. W. J. REES. The Laurel. Swansea. BY MR. ARTHCH S. T. LUCAS. IMPORTANT SALE OF FREEHOLD PROPERTY Situate in the Strand, in the County Bor- ough of Swansea. MR. ARTHUR S. T. LUCAS has been instructed by Messrs. S. Allaopp and Sons, Ltd., to OFFER FOR SALE (in one lot) by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Hotel Me- tropole. Swansea, on TUESDAY. APRIL 7th. 1903, the following valuable and well-situaited Freehold Dwelling Houses and Premises, known aa THE ROYAL EXCHANGE INN and House ad- joining, being Nos. 59 and 60. Strand, Swansea. The Royal Exchange Inn Premises contain the following accommodation: Bar, Bar Par- lour. Bar Snug, Yard, Kitchen, Coal House, Outside Office, etc.. on the Ground Floor, and Four Bedrooms on the First Floor. v ^i16 adjoining contains Kitchen, ¥ard, and utside Offices, 2 Bedrooms on the first Floor and 7 Attics. The inclusive frontage of both premises is Q et w'th a totai depth of about 62 feet o inches, and the estimated annual rental being E45. The Auctioneer begs to call the attention of Investors and others to this Sale, as Free- hold Property on the Strand has a greatly improving vialue, and this Property with a Te-ry little outlay, would make good business premises, or could be converted into a Lodging-house for which business there is a great demand. The Sale to commence a.t half-past three o'clock in the Afternoon precisely. For particulars and conditions of Sale, or for permission to inspect the Premises, apply to Arthur S. T. Lucas. Auctioneer. 6, Rut- land-street. Swanseia; or to T. H. H. Kibbler, Esq.. Manager for Messrs. S. Allsopp and Sons. Ltd., 29. Wind-street, Swansea; or to Messrs. Young, Jones, and Go., Solicitors, Uorfolk House, Laurence Po-mtney Hill, non-street. London. E.C. 946? SHAFTESBURY MINOR HALL, ST. HELEN'S ROAD, SWANSEA. Highly Important Sale of a fine selection of PIANOFORTES. AMERICAN ORGANS. POLYPHONS. and 1 PIANOLA. R- ARTHUR S. T. LUCAS has been instructed to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the above Hall, on THURS- DAY. the 16th day of APRIL, 1903, a num- ber of Pianofortes, Organs, Polyphons and 1 lianola, tail by good makers) which have been re* moved from a. Wholesale and Retail Dealer's lemisea to the above address for better convenience land 'absolute Sale. The instru- ments are all in first-class condition, and lorm PaJ'lt of the S>a..ck-in-Trade, and also ^o^6 takeu in exchange and returned from ^11-e System through the non-paj-ment of lllstahneuts, and include the following:— Two gracd. Pianofortes* in Walnut and Rosewood, by Kirkman; Twelve UprIght Grand Pianof ortes in metal and other frames in Walnut, Rosewood and Mahogany cases, by the following well-known makers: Neu- meyer, WolfFramm, Oetzmann. KdHy. Wit- ton and Wititon, Stoddart and others. Five American Organs by Bell, Karn and others. Three Polyphons of the latest design (with Tunes) suitable for Hotel Bars or Public Rooms. Two Self-playing Organs in Walnut Cases (12 Stops) and Music for same. One Second-hand Pianola (or self piano- Playing instrument) in perfect condition. The Instruments will be on view on the morning of Sale from 9 o'clock. The Sale to commence at 11.30 in the fore- noon precisely. There will be no reserve. Terms Cash. For further particulars apply to Arthur o. T. Lucas, Auctioneer and Valuer, 6, Rut- land^treet, Swansea. 9456 ■ SWAXSEA AUCTION ROOMS, 46, WATERLOO STREET. SALE OF SUPERIOR SECOND-HAND BICYCLES, BY FIRST-CLASS MANU- FACTURERS. MESSRS. JOHX M. LEEDER and SON -LvJt have been instructed to SELL bv PUBLIC AUCTIOX, at their AUCTIOX ROOMS, as above, on SATURDAY, 4th APRIL, 1903, FORTY LADIES' AND GEXT'S BICYCLES. Including QUADRAXTS. SWIFTS EX. FIELDS. SIXGERS. ROVERS XE\Y HUDSOXS, RUDGE-WHITWORTHS. and other leading makes. This Sale affords an excellent opportunity lor working men, youths and girls to obtain Strong. Useful, Easy-running Cvcles at low prices. Machines on view day of Sale fitm 10 o'clock a.m. Sale to commence at 7 o'< kck p.m., prompt. Auctioneer's Otncp.. 46, Wateib u-street. Swansea. SHIPPING. Ee ALLAN LINE. TO CANADA, UNITED STATES, RIVER PLATE AND INDIA. SAILINGS FROM LH ERPouL. CITY Of LRC iixow Bombay A KARACHI Apl. 9. PRKTORIAN -Halifax &. St. John, N ,B. April 9. PEKUVIAN St. Johns, X.F. and Ha if ax Ap-il 11 CORINTHIAN Quebec A MontrelAprill6 SIBERIAN St. John;, N F.. Halifax A Phil April 18 OCEAN RATES-To Canada, Saloon from £10, Senond Cab'.n. £7 10s. Third Class £ St. r' .,ToIn.aia' £ 37 10s. and JE27 10s. For full particulars apply to ALLAN OFFICES 3, Leadenhall fetieet, London, E.C, and 19 James Street, Liverpool. S HOP FRONTS, Interior Fittings, Coun- ters, Show Cases, Office Fittings, Wire I Blinds, complete alterations for all Trades, modern stvle, superior workmanship, prompt execution, competitive prices, estimates free. J —Parnall and Sons, Ltd., Shop, Bar and Office Fitters, 12, Alexandra Road, Swansea. Nat. Telephone, 0,495. 295. j TRALE NOTICES. -= _uu DAVID T H O M y 9 TeiepLone 6T WATCHMAKER, JEWELll:1{ AKD 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 TO THE MIDLAND AND OTHER RAILWAY" COMPANIES, 9. FISHEIl STREET. ™!1S8. A> J. CHAPPELL. FISHMONGER & OYSTER MERCHANT, POULTERER, DEALER in 3AME, Ac., U IND STREET. SWANSEA, AND AT NEWTON-ROAD. MUMBLES. Telegraphic Addresa—" Ciiappe! Swansea." Country Orders promptly attended to. S6 CARRIAGE WORKS. FISHER-STREET, SWANSEA. JOHN JONES & CO.. CARRIAGE BUILDERS. Orders for Work, Grerier&i Ilepaiirs. Paintir!'r, Trlmr-iinir, &c prompt]v a^ent Isoiaelosa India E-nbber Tyres, and all the Specialities concocted wit-b Clirriaeo Building supplied. 3 No House Equals DOWN & SON FOR RELIABLE FURNITURE. THEY ARE THE LARGEST MAKERS BY MACHINERY IN WALES, HAVE THE MOST EXTENSIVE STOCK TO SELECT FROM. AND GIVE THE BEST POSSIBLE VALUE. CARPETS MADE AND LAID FREE. ESTABLISHED NBARLT HALF A CEVTUUT. HIGH STREET & MORRIS LANE SWANSEA. The Physician's iSll'lll A ■ B Cure for Gout, B I W H k I Hp ■ K g Rlioumatic Goui Tlie ITniversal Remedy for Acidity of the Safest d most Stomach, Headache. Heartburn, Indigestion, ^C.r'e Sour Eructations, Bilious Affections. ^.ianLs, Lbuaren, Deucate Females, and the AL 'iCKllCSS of Pregnancy, MAGNESIA,, SIA,, A 45 WORTL-I A GUINEA BOX. BEECIIAM'S PILLS FOR ALL BILIOUS & NERVOUS DISORDERS SICK. HEADACHE, CON ST J RATION, WEAK STOMA CH, WIND, STIONJ DISORDERED LIVER, AND FE^iALE AILMENTS. THE:SALK IS OVER SIX MILLION DOXKS PER ANNUM j i._ ^l.r. Proprietor. The mas Leecuarn. fjt. Helens, L-meushire. c ii )V n'n i,™Ti-"ts"aiid Pa-tent Medicine Dealer's everywlieie. iti Boxes 1# l^d Sold by all Urug.u.ts ^i^ bu,v(.:on;4 wlt,; f,ach box 10 JffUSlCAL. LORE-NTCE lVtlssF Ffl" A.R.A.M., A.R.C.M.i Keceives Students for the HIGHER DEVELor. MENT of PIANOFORTE PLAVING, VOICE PRODUCTION and SINGING also for HAR- MONY and COMPOSITION. MISS FEICKER studied for six years at the Royal Academy of Music, and lias had the tuition of the late Sir G. A Maefarren, the late Profcssor Frederick Westl&ke, Mr. Kandegger, Mr. Shakespeare and Mr. Frye Parker, and holds diplomas of the R.A.M. as public performer and teacher of piano and harmony, and oi th, H.C M. as public singer and in harmony, and also holds i he Certificate of Merit of the R.A.M. for piano playing, and five medals of that Institution for piano and sing-inp. „ Pupits prepared for the Metropolitan Exainm tions of the R.A.M. and R.C,M., also tor the Local Examinations of the Aswciated Board of the R.A.M. and R.C.M. 100, WALTER-ROAD, SWANSEA. 40 m/TR. t. J. DENNIS, A.R.C.O. /Oreanist and Choirmaster of Bethesda Con|regational Church, Briton Ferry), ACCEPTS PUPILS IN I PIANOFORTE, ORGAN, SINGING A THEORY. Pnpile pared for Examinations. 21 QUEEN-STREET, NEATH. 30 f JIO BUILDERS.—Billheads. Memorandums, 1 Business Circulars and Oards, Time Sheets, Estimate Books, and every kind of Commercial Printing at the "CAMBRIAN Office, 211, High-street, Swansea. ACADEMY Or MUSIC. IDJ, WALTKR-KOAD. "]yj^ RS EDWARD FRIOKER MISS FLORENCE FEICKER, A.E.A.M., A.R.C.M., AND MISS MINNIE FRICKER, L.R.A.M. Piano, Harp, Violin, Voice Training and Solo Singing, Harmony, Sigbt-Smging, Theory of Music, &c. Ltssons Resumed or. \A eanesdhy, Jan. 14 pENDEEX COLLEGE. LANGLAND BAY. MODERN HIGH-CLASS SCHOOL FOR GIRLS MISS I. M. NETTELL, A.C.V, AND MISS C. M. NETTELL, A.C.P., R.A.M. C-rt., (Daughters of the late J. T. Nettell, General Works Manager of Messrs. Vivian & Sons). RtFtRENCES :— The LADY SWANSEA. LADY MORSHEAD,ForestLonge, limfield, Berks. MRS. WILMOT, Audley Sidmcuth, Devon. Miss EDEN, The Bryn, Sketty, Swansea. REV. SECRETAN JONER, M.A., late Vicar of Oystermouth, South Wales. Pupils are prepared for London Matriculation, University Locals, Associated Board (Royal Academy and Royal Collegre of Music). Trinity College,College of Violiniste.Diploma (Teachers; and other examinations. 20

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