Dunlop Motor Tyres I were awarded FIRST PRIZE, Not only for Reliability. Not only for Resilience, Not only for Facility of Detachment, I BUT FOR ALL-BOUND EXCELLENCE — \~idc A 1:(0:(, Club Judges' Report. L I Iuventorz, and largest makers in the world: I of pneumatic tyres. I Write for booklet—Dunlop Tyre Co., Ltd.. Aston. I B'ham, 0- 14, Regent St., London, i>. W.
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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 0 lie it are returned to the sender through the Dead Letter Department. Letters to Advertisers by !nitia]s, &o., or otherwise, may be directed to "THB CAMBRIAN" Office free of charge; and if "tamps are sent to cover postage, will be for- warded to the Advertiser's own address. 4W Remittances undar 5h. may be made in Halfpenny Postage Stamps or Postal Orders. Postal Orders should be made payable to The SOUTH WALES DAILY POST Co.. LTD., 211, High-street, Swansea. Address nil communi- cations to THE MANAGER, THE CAMBRIAN NEWSPAPER, SWANSEA. BIRTHS. MARRIAGES & DEATHS. DEATH. JUUDLE.—On April 7th. at thE' residence of I II., son-in-law. J. H. Kv«nw. Oow Cottage. NiChohston. WiUi.ttii Bridle. aged 87. 6G9a4 9 Oil _i.ril 8th. 1903. al 28. «;l'cr¿e.'IóI-i<.trret. SN,, ('outioillor Griffith Diivies. Funeral, Saturday lit) strictly pi-n-.tt.. 508a4-9 SUTTON.—On March 30th, a.t Bryn-collen, Aberdylais, Neath, Frances Matilda, the beloved wife of Charles Edward Snttcn. and the fifth daughter of the late David Bevan, of Cadoxton-plaee, No-ath 507A4.9. -= SITUATIONS VACANT DOMESTIC SEUVAVIS. Ag'jod General Servant Wanted; small fam- ily; liberal wages.—Mis. Biggs. Higih- field, Neath. 517p4-13 GOOD General Servant Wanted; three in family.—Apply 43, Neath-road, Swan- lie a.. 788n4-10 XTf ANTED, a good General; two kept — J* Apply Phillips, Butcher, Pomtiardawe. "WANTED, a good General; good wages.— Apply T. Evans, Oro&s Hotel, Pon'tar- dawe. X\f ANTED, a Young Girl. 15 or 16. to asaist •* » J in House.—Apply 12. Brunswick-street, Swansea. ^47p4-9 T^ANTED, Young General, for small family.—Apply M., 15, Victoria-avenue, Mumbles. 385p4-8 RANTED, a good General Servant. — *»' » Apply 9, Richmond-road, Uplands, Swansea. 380p4-3 ANTED, a Young Girl its General. — Apply, Mrs. Roberte, 37. WalOer-road, Swansea. 490p4-ll \\[ANTED, good General Servant, age 17-18. —Apply Pudblo House. Brynhyfryd. Swansea. 514p4-13 ~f ANTED, at once, YOUU'J: Girl for light » Housework.—Apply 66. St. Helen's-road, Swansea. 605p4-9 ANTED, experienced General Servantt 3 t in family.—Mrs. I.eyshon, Baith Villa., Morriatou. 586p4-15 jWTANTED, a respectable Girl for House- *» work, at once.—Apply 54, Carlton-ter- race, Swansea. 591p4-8 it\rANTED, Kitchen-maid.—Apply, with re- *■4 ferq#ces, The Kardomah Oafe, 232, High- atredt, Swansea. 483p4-11 XX/'ANTED, a Girl, about 15 years of age, v to Nurse.-Apply Mrs. Yea. Butcher, Brynhyfryd. Swanseu. 384p4-8 ANTED, ait once, a Youns Girt as Gen- *» 11 eral.—Evans. Ivy HusU Hotel. St. Thouias. Swansea. 391p4-8 jlTlTANTED, for Barry, respectable Girl, 22, » • as General.—Apply evenings, 17, Up- lands-crescent, Swansea 425p4-9 ilA/-ANTED, after Easter, a good strong Girl i fj for Housework. — Apply Mrs. Fitft, Grand Hotel, Swansea. 441p4-9 .XVTANTED, experienced General Servant, if J afttr Easter; go. ,ll references; wages £ 16.-99, Walter-road. Swansea. 545p4-13 ,Xi7'ANTED, experienced General Servant; '»»- small family.—Apply Mrs. Lowther, 9, Tenygroes^altreot, Port Talbot. 485p4-ll ITANTED, a. good G/oncral Servant,, at 'i once; good wages.-Apply Mrs. Roche, 30, Mon>tpelier-terraee. Swansea. 604p4-li iiST^ANTED, strong and' useful Girl, to •'» »i assist in Bakehouse. Apply W. Evan?. Grocer, Neaith-iroad, Morriwum. 579p4-15 V NTED. after Eadter, Girl, about 16. to \\7"ANTED, after Eadter, Girl, about 16. to »• assist in Housework; to ^leep out. — —Appily 8, Mansel-strec'i, Swansea. 577p4-l5 "VAT"ANTED, at once, respectable Girl, about » 13, aa General Servaut.—Apply Hamp- lon House, Lamb-street, Waunwen. 569p4-15 \\7'ANTED, by April 20th, respectable Gen- eral Servant; small famiily.—Apply after 6 p.m.—16, Hanover-ibtreeit.. Swansea. 5851)415 \A?ANTED, after Eas-ter, a good General *»j Servant for a .ainiiy of three.—Apply llrs. Johnson, Orchard-place, Neath. 574n4-15 WANTED, a respectable Girl, about 15, W L,t' Household work; sleep home.— Apply Arches Hotel, Quay Parade, Swansea. 472p4-10 ANTED, a clean, respectable Girl, about 1* 20, as General Servant—Apply between 6 and 8, Mrs. Roberts, 29, Lou don-road, Neiath. 484p4-ll ANTED, immediately. Geneva:! Servant; » TJ one from the country v:e-'errtd — ApxJly Davies, Station Inn, iIigLi-9tree>t, '"nn 435p4-9 ANTED, experienced General Servant, good references.—Apply Mrs. Morgan, Brvn Nant, Hafod, Swansea, evening? 7 to 9. 501p4-ll \\rANTED. a good General Servant.—Apply Brynawel, 213, Eaton-crescent, Swan- sea, any evening between 6 and 3 o'clock. 244p4-9 \\7"ANTED. at once, a good General, or Girl for morning.—Apply Mrs. Darling- ton. Melrose, St. J ret-e tit, Swansea. 405p4-3 j"l7\7"^NTED, a good General Servant, not under 20, for family of three adults.— Apply Mo. 59, A'aiistil-ierrace, Swansea. 519p4-13 519p4-13 \VAWx'iiD, reispecJtabie Girl, about 17 or f, 18, as General Hei-vain.—Apply Mrs. *~l'oali, 36, Logan-road, Bisliops.ton, Bristol. 608p4-15 J^KTED, at once, a strong Girl, about 16, for Housework daily; slefcp out.—Apply Kenaington-terrafce, near Hospital. Swan- 570p4-14 TXTANTED, a clean, respeotable Young Girl ■» for a few hours daily, to assist in household work.—Apply 40. Bryn-road, Swan- sea- 507p4-ll WANTED. a respectable person as House- » » keeper, and to make herself generally useful.-Write R. K. P.. "Daily Post." Swan- sea. 248p4-4 ANTED, a Cook-General and House- » Pairlourmaid, the beginning of May.— Apply Mrs. Lancaster, Winchester House, Swansea.. 521p4-13 WANTED, at once, Young General Ser- vant, to sleep home; small family — Apply to Mrs. Jenkins, 44, Manslel-streertt Swansea. 476p4-10 TXTANTED, Chiumbermaid-Waitre-ss; also *»■' good girl as General.—Apply between 6 and 8, Ixmglands Hotel, St. Helen's-road. Swansea. 390p4-8 W LNTED, rut once. Young Girl as General ,A t't, Servant; also woman every Monday for washing.—Apply 15, Finsbury-terrace. Swansea. 527p4-13 \\f ANTED, a good General Servant; no » »- washing.—Apply between 5 and 7 even- ings—Mrs. Mears, 4, Nzanza-terrace. Up- lands, Swansea. 535p444 T/f7'ANTP]D, (ieneral Servant; good refer- » ences required.—Apply between 6 and 8 any evening, to Mrs. Lloyd, 204. Eaton-cres- cent, Swansea. 528p4-13 ~Y\fANTED, Strong Boy to drive pony trap; »»* wages 7s. 6d. per week.—Apply Thurs- day morning. Thorn-eta and Chivera, Whole- aaile Grocers, Swansea. 549p440 ~YXfANTED, after Easter, good Gook-Gen- 'eral, small family.—Apply, with fu'l particulars, Mrs. Austin Williams, Tregoth- nan. Swansea. 420p4-9 WANTED, immediately, strong Girl, to assisit in Housework; one used to pub- lie business preferred.—Apply Temple Bar, Goat-etHcett, Swansea. 501p4H ANTED, a good strong Girl. for a coun- » » try residence.—Apply in first instance to Mrs. Musgrave. Senr., Ardallie House. Page-stree.t, Swansea. 546p4-13 ~TANTED, good Cook; also Housemaid- iffi Waitress; also smart Page Boy; good references required.—Apply, with full par- ticulars, The Berkeley. Llandrindod WØlls. 487p4-11 ANTED, in dootor's bolisfe, T^ANTED, in doctor's hous/e, Cook-General, » Housemaid; former ElS. lattter £16; Country Hotel, Kitchenmanid; Private Country House, General.—Pomtmorlais, Mer- thyr. Stamp. 518p4-13 W ANTED, at once, experienced Cook; also good Kitchen-maid and Housemaid- Waitress for small private Hotel.—Apply, with full particulars, Miss Jenkins, York House. Llandrindod Wells. 458p4-10 TTTANTED, immediately, experienced and t' t' A Plain Cooks, House-Parlour and House- maids, experienced and Young Generalsi, Kit- chen-maids., Waitresses, etc.; also experi- tenced Barmaid.—Apply Miss I/ewis, High-class Registry, 18. Cas'We-istreeit, Swansea. 595p4-15 SITUATIONS VACANT. MISCELLANEOUS SITUATIONS* A Vacancy for two Apprentices.—Apply T. H. Foy. Sign and Letter Works, 4, Ply- mouith-dtreei, Swansea. 572p4-15 A few respectable Girls Wanted; those just leaving school preferred.—Apply Mus- grave, Market Hall, Swansea. 547p4-13, Arespectaible Agent and Collector Wanted A by a well-known Swansea firm; eaJary and commission; good references required.- Write Box 78, "Daily Posit," Swansea. 552p4-14 AN energotic person wanted to buy Insur- ance Book at Swansea; constant em- ployment; interest in business; good terms.— Addresa Policy, "Daily Post," Swansea. 488p4-ll A Person of respectability and energy may hear of a higth-claes Agency without outlay. Good remuneration and permanency to suitable man. — Address Tact, "Daily Po»§," Swansea. 9552d.b.4-14 ACTIVE Veteran (Medallist) Wanted im- mediately as Doorkeeper for estab- lished business house. Good salary to a ismart man.—Apply Mr. Charles Maiggs. 13. Wind-Mireeft, Swansea. 9550d,A.4-14 A PPRENTICE.—John S. Brown has a A vacancy for a well-educated Youth to learn the business of Ironmonger, Motor and Cycle Merchant, and Electriaad Supplies.- Apply John S. Brown, Oxford-street, Swan- sea. 351p4-14 BOY for Bakehouse Wanted.—Apply R. E. Jones, Ltd., Alexandra Arcade, Swan- sea. 4G0p4-5 C^OACH Painter Wanted; good all-round man.—(Apply, with particulars. Lea, Diamond Works, Sutton Coldfleld. 427p4-9 J. MEYLER, Ltd., Swansea, requires • Apprentices to the Millinery Work- rooms. M8p4-ll DRAPERY.—Young Ladies Wanted for 11) Fancy and Millinery. Sales.—J. W. Evans, Casltile-street, Swansea. 560p4-14 DRAPERy.-Wanrted. immediately. Young D Lady Apprentice.-Apply W. Jones, 49. Mansel-sftreet and Page-dltreet. Swansea. 789n4-ll DRESSMAKTNG.-W'anted, at once. Appren- D tices to the Dress and Mantle Making. -Apply Miss Wales, 199, Kensington-terrace, Swantea. 512p4-13 GOOD-Men Waited to diell Milk.—National Dairv Company, Dynevor, Swansea. 591p4-15 EAR'I'S of Oak Life and General Assur- ance Companv, T.td., require Agents aill parts South Wt.les. Salary and commis- sion. Excellent prospeot for promotion to energetic men of irreproachable character. -Apply District Manager, 62, Bryn-road, Swansea. 9510J.b.4-9^ MANTLE Makers.—Richard Lewis, High- eJtreet, Swansea, has a vacancy for an Apprentice to the Mantle Making. 397p4-8 ISS ROSSER, Beford House, StTGeorge's- terrace, requires Apprentices for High- claes Dressmaking, immediately. 398p4-8 "jlTir.LINERY.—Apprenticea and Improvers :1. Wanted for the Millinery Workroom.- Apply Thomas I.-ewis and Oo., Oxford-streeft. Swansea. 498p4-ll MILTJNERY. Wanted, two respectable M Girls as Apprentices for Millinery Workroom, also one for Fancy Sales.—J. Rees Evana, High-street, Swansea. 439p4-ll e, sm f~\ UTFITT1X (;.—Wanted, at. once, son art Apprentice; outdoors.—Gash Clothing Oo„ 214 High-streeit, Swansea. 534p6-10 TJLASTERLRS Wanwd. — Apply Foreman, P New Schools, Skewen; wages 8^d. per houn 486p4-ll KEQUIRED, by large Manufacturing Com- pany. Young Man about 25 years of age. accustomed to order department, in- voicing. shipping, forwarding, etc. Must 02 smart. A.ppiy. stating age. sialtry, exper'- ence, and references. Box 14, Post-office, Llan- elly. 788n4-1 SMART Sa.ie..suian ..anted for an entirulv new work; Knowledge of tlie Rhondda and Swansea. alley dis'tricte a recommenda- tion.—Applv Rhondda. "Daily Posit," Swan- sea. 566p4-10 SANITARY FJoo to ks 4;350; several hundred vacancies an- nuaJly (both sexes); experience unneces- sary; 300 successful candidates; Postal ie&- sons now commencing for Cardiff Exam; fee 25s.—Mushens. Science Teacher, Sunderland. 283p4-13 ANTED, exptrienced Barmaid, at once, t" —Apply Guv'norgan Hotel, A Swansea.. 562p4-14 ANTED. Woman, Regularly on Mondaiys, for Washing.-App!y 2, Richmond-road, Uplands, Swansea. 389p4^8 T 717" AN TED. Groon»rsiii-;le~n'an preferred. —Apply personally on Saturday morn- ing to Mr. CU'eves, Sketty. 587p4-15 ^A'A-VTED a sli..rp Lad": quickTvt figures, » for OiSce Work.—Apply Royal layer Offices, Park Chambers, Swansea. 554p4-14 ~V\7ANTED, a Brick Setter for Round Kilns. » » St rite wages, age, and experience*.— Write Kilns, "Daily Post," Swansea. 517p4-13 TAT"ANTED, a good working Foundry Fore- » man, able to sketch.—Apply, stating waigest and experience.—Lewis's Foundry, Ammanford. 575p4-15 ;"I7[7}AIWFED, an expieriemced, middle-aged VV. Worn ails to look after Vegetable and Fruit Store.-Apply W. H. Spring and Son, Docks, Swansea. 582p4-15 WANTED, Assistant Mistress (Ifif ants'), ex- VV P.T., Art. 50; salary £ 40.—Apply with testimonials before April 17th, Rev. H. J. Stewart, L-lancamlet,. 589p4-15 ~WfANTED, Junior Invoice Clerk; must be • VVj quick ait figures; also Junior, with knowledge of Shorthand and Typing.—Apply E. J. G.. "Daily Post," Swansea. 499p4-ll WANTED, at once, Enginemen, Stokers, Outside Fitters, Platelayers, Navvies, and Labourers. Usual waiges paM.—Apply Yniscedwyn Colliery, Ystradgynlais. 557p4-14 WANTED, a Barmaid, for evening employ- ment; must be thoroughly experienced and respectable, and have good references.— Apply after 7 p.m., Palace, Swansea. 100n4-9 ANTED. Man and Wife; Man to "J ow horse and oart and be handy abotrs house and garden; vrilo 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 WANTED, good. strong, and reliable Per- son as Warehouseman; used to Gro- cery trade preferred.—Apply personally, D. Jones, Dickinson and Co., Ltd., Oxford-stren, Swansea. 440p4-9 WOMKNWORKERSWANTED^FreeTtrain- ing given to earnest Christian Young Women, willing to devote themselves to work amongst the poor as Mission Nurses in the Slums, Rescue Workers, or Assistants in Women's Homes. SmaN but sufficient salary after training. Age 25 to 30 preferred.—Write in confidence to Miss Carlile, Hon. Seo., The Church Army, 61, London, W. YOUNG Man Wanted, 35s. per week and commission; regular work; splendid opening.—Address Compo Wortosi, Farnworfh, Bolton, Lanes. 583p4-15 YOUNG Men desirous ol joining the Regu- lar Army or Militia, should apply at the Recruiting Office, 14. Union-sitreet. Swan- sea. Splendid opportunity for advancement in all branchea to well-conducted young men. 312m4-31 SITUATIONS WANTED. EXPERIENCED HOM Manager and Wife E requires re-engagement; with or without view of ingoing; highly recommended; ex- licence holder.—Write View, "Daily Post," Swansea. 593p4-15 SITUATION Wanted by Young Man as S Clerk or any light employment; ex- perienced Book-keeper; quick and accurate a.t Bgures—Address Oak, "Daily Post," Swan- sea. 526p4-13 \rANTED, by respectable Person, few » days' warfhins* 01 office work.-Write Box 38, "Daily PoSt," Swansea. 401p4-8 "17|7ANTED, by an experienced Person, a V. Situation aa Housekeeper or Cook, where another servant kept.-M. Daviee,. 44, Foxhole-Toad. Swansea. 504p4-11 YOUNG Lady desires Situation as Bar- maid.—Write Eva, "Daily Post," Swan- sea. 494p4-ll YOUNG Lady desires Situation in Grocer s Slhop; knowledge of book-keeping;wo" d give short time—Apply Davies, William-, Mumbles. 600p4-5 APARTMENTS. APAKTMENTS.—To all having Apartments to let. Do not lose pounds by having your Apartments empty when, for Is. (or taree weeks, 2s.), you can have a thirty-word ADVERTISE- MENT in Six LONDON SUBURBAN NEWS- PAPKKS. circulating in districts which each year send ttiou ;;nds of visitors to Swansea. Names of papeis—Leyton," Leylonntone," West Hain," Wanstead. Woodiod. and Forest Gate," "Manor Park," and "Ilford Express and Independent."—Address, PUBLISHER, "Inde- pendent" Office, Leytoustone, London, N.E. TO BE LET. O LET, 10 Oasteton, Mumbes, with im mediate possession.—Apply 61, Mansel- iterrace. Swansea, or Tunbridge, Auctioneer, Gower-Ji reet, Swansea. 502a3-27 CYCLE AGKNTS and others. Smart Lock-up Shop, well-lighted cellars as workshop fittings throughout; best position. Enguire 14, Picton Place, Swansea, 506A4-10 TRADE SPECIALITIES. MILK.-For Sale, 15 gallons daily, supplied -L same firms for five and six years.—Apply D. R. Williams, Godre, Garreg, Llangadock. 492a cam3-4 DAVIES' BALSAM OF HONEY for Coughs. Colds, Asthma, Ti<?titnes« of \"e C^01^' p^- 6'd. and KB. 3\. — Prepared only by J. UITLES. M.P.8. Jispeusitnj Cbomist, 30. Hiuli street. Swan»e» 29 EVEJRY facility at the •• CAMBRIAN" Office for execirting ail kinds of Printing, •excellence in Qvality and Moderation in Price al,viva studied. Estimates tree. "ITTAY'S, 65, St. Helen's-road, Swansea, for » Children's and Iiadies' Underclothing, Ladies' Corsets from Is. 9d., Infants' Cash- mere Dresses. Pinafores. Wool spun Vests and Combinations. Lowest prices. 487a2-20 HOUSE Riigs, Loin Cloths, Waterproof JLI. Carriage Aprons, Tarpaulins, Harness, Saddlery, Large block; Wholesale Frices. Carriage Lanip, patent handles, 6s. 6d. pan. t;;ddlciy Company. Alexandra-road, Swansea. National Telephone, 0460. 481a5 o P MOLYNEUX, Fish Merchant, 126, High- JL w street, Swansea. Cheapest Shop in <,own for Fish of all varieties; wholesale and retail. Trial solicited. 32 SHOP FRONTS, Interior Fittings, Coun- ters, Show Cases, Office Fittings, Wire 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. FEMALE LEARNER IN THE Post Office at Swansea. A, 15-18. Forthcoming Examination. Applications must be received at the Civil Service Commission, London, W., not Uter than the cOcii April en printed forms, to be obtained, with particulars, from the Secre- tary. Civil Service Commission, Burlington Garden3, London, W. 344. BKYN HAULOG, LANGLANP-ItOAD, MUMBLES. I DAY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS PREPARATORY BOARDING SCHOOL FOR LITTLE BOYS. Conducted by the MISSES POTTS (Daughters of a Clergyman). Pupils prepared for all Public 1 xaminations Hio-jiosf. TLe^eronees. Terms 071 application. Spring Term begins January 23rd. Boarders return the previous day. 19 NEATH & DISTRICT BILL-POSTING j COMPANY.—Late T. WALL. OFFICES :—ASSEMBLY ROOMS, NEATH. MANAGtB :—J. W. ROBINSON. Leasees and Proprietors of the Best Posting Stations in Neath and District PUBLIC NOTICES. GBüD rpHEATBE. S W AKaBA. Lessee an 1 Ninsger-Mr. Fredk. Mouillot SATURDAY, APRIL 11th, and during EASTER WEEK, For Seven Nights, at 7.50, and MATINEE, EASTER MONDAY, 2 o'clock. The Greatest Attraction of 1903. MR. WILFRED COTTON presents his entire London Company, including MR. HENRY RENOUF, in Mr. Louis Waller's enormous success MONS. BEAUCAIRE. Time and Prices as usual. Commence at 7.30. GRAND THEATRE, SWANSEA. Lessee and Manager, MR. F. MOUIIÆOT MONDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 20th, 1903, at 2.30, SPECIAL FLYING MATINEE. CHAS. WYNDHAM, MISS MARY MOORE and Entire London Company, in the celebrated Comedy, m Four Acts, entitled "DAVID GARRICK." By T. W. Robertson. Monday EVEMM' at 8. I A Y. Dress Circle, 6s. Pit Stalls, 4s. 6d. Box Plan now open, at Gwynne H. Brader's, 17, Heathfield-street- STAR THEATRE, WI^D STREET, SWANSEA On GOOD FRIDAY Evening, Commencing at 7.30. POPULAR SACRED CONCERT. On EASTER MONDAY, at 2 and 7.30. Mr. T. Morton Powell's Company, in the immensely successful play- A Little Outcast. Swansea Amateur Athletic and Cycling Club. (Affiliated to the A.A.A. & N.C.U.) Athletic Sports (Under A A.A. & N.C.U.) AND Football Match, j AT THE Morriston Football Ground, GOOD FRIDAY APRIL 10th, 1903. Sports to commence at 2 'clock .m. sharp. ENTRANCE 6d. MUMBLES PIER. EASTER SUNDAY AND MONDAY, 1903. THE BAND Of the 1st GLAMORGAN R.G. VOL ARTILLERY (Conductor Hajiney), Will (by kind permission of Colonel Williams and Officers), PLAY from 3 till 5 p.m.; and from 6 to 8 p.m. Refreshments, Luncheons, and Teas at Hoderate Charges. Frequent Trains. ADMISSION ONE PENNY. DAVID JAMES, General Manager. LLANDOVERY, WHIT-MONOAY, 1st June. GREAT ATTRACTIONS. Brass Band Contests, Male Voice Competitions, and Timbering Competitions: Preceded by a CARNIVAL. BRASS BAND CONTESTS. TEST PIECE—"Gems of Welsh Melody" (R. Smith and Co.). Prizes: 1st, jBlO; 2nd, £ 5; 3rd, £ 3; 4th, £ 1. MARCH PAST—"Tommy Atkins" (A. S. Beaumont); published by Chas. Woolhouse, 174, Wardour Street, W. Prizes: 1st, £1 10s.; 2nd, 10s. MALE VOICE COMPETITIONS OPEN—"Destruction of Gaza." Prize £25. and Gold Medal. LOCAL (within a radius of 12 miles)—"Awn i ben y Wyddfa fawr." Prize, j35. and Silver Medal. TIMBERING COMPETITIONS. FIRST CLASS (Timbermen).-Prizes: 1st, £ 3; 2nd, £1 10s. 3rd, 15s.; 4th. 70S. 6d. Entrance fee. 2s. 6.:1.. SECOND CLASS (Colliers).—Prizes 1st, £1 10s.; 2nd, 15s.; 3rd, 10s.; 4th, 5s. En- trance fee, 2s. For further particulars apply to Hon. Sec- retary E. PRICE-GRIFFITH, National Provincial Bank, 329 Llandovery. THOMAS ROLLISTON. PLUMBER, GASFITTER AND SAM- TARY ENGINEER. ) 21, RICHARDSOX-STREET, SWANSEA. PUBLIC NOTICES. G R 0 R G H OF N E A T H. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an Order of Appointment has been made by the Board of Education in the following terms, na.mely BOARD OF EDUCATION APPOINTED DAY. ORDER MADE UNDER SECTION 27 (2) OF THE EDUCATION ACT, 1902. WHEREAS by Sub-section (2) of Section 27 of the Education Act, 1902 (hereinafter referred to as "The Act") it is enacted that the Act shall, except as expressly provided, come into operation on the appointed day, and the appointed day shall be the twenty- sixth day of March, 1903, or such other day, not being more than eighteen months later, as the Board of Education may appoint, and different days may be appointed for different' purposes and for" different provisions of the Act and for different Councils. And whereas by an Order dated the 16th day of March, 1903, the Board of Education ha ve, fixed the first day of April, 1903, as the appointed day for the purposes of sub-section 5 of Section 23 of the Act. Now, therefore, the Board of Education, pursuant to the Act and every other power enabling them in that behalf, do hereby ap- point as the appointed day for ea.ch of the Councils of the Boroughs and Urban Districts specified in the Schedule to this Qfiler, for all purposes and provision of the Act, so far as those purposes or provision affect each of the said Councils, except for the purpose of Sub- section 5 of Section 23 of the Act, the 50th day of September nineteen hundred and three, or such later day or days as the Board may, in the case of any such Council, for any such purpose or provision hereafter appoint. Given under the Seal of Office of the Board of Education this 24th day of March, nine- teen hundred and three. ROBERT L. MORANT, Z' L.S. ROBERT L. MORANT, ( L.S. Acting Secretary. V J SCHEDULE COUNCILS OF BOROUGHS, NEATH. Published by Order, „ EDWIN C. CURTIS, Town Clerk. Neath, 40. 4PRIL, 1903. 347 Re DD. MORGAN (BLRCHGROVE) I Deceased. Pursuant to Statute 22nd and 23rd V ict. Cap. J 35. ALL persons having any claims or de- mands against the Estate of DAV ID MORGAN late of Bush House Birehgrove Llansamlet near Neath Colliery Contractor who cued on the 23rd day of September 1902 are requested to send me full particulars thereof on or before the 2nd day of May next or they will be excluded on distribution of the Estate. Dated this 2nd day of April 1903. JOHN TALIESIN DAVIES No. 2 Alma Place Neath 349 Solicitor for the Executors. WILLIAM BOOTH JOSEPH PRYCE CAMERON deceased. Pursuant to the Statute 22nd and 23rd Vie. cap 35 intituled "An Act to further amend the- Law of Property and to relieve Trus- tees." -\T OUTCE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all persons having any CLAIMS or demands against the estate or William Booth Joseph Prrce Cameron late of The Beacon Scorner in the County of Cornwall and OI 54 C.EITON Street Belgravia in the County «F, (>I? Esquire deceased (who died on the 4th daj o February 1903 and letters of adivunistration to whose Estate were granted to Elizabeth Kate Ellen Cameron of The Beacon Scorner aforesaid widow on the 19th day of February 1903 by the Principil Registry of the PR° E Division of His Majesty's High Court of Jus- tice) are hereby required to send the L'AR|'F'A" lars in writing of their claims or demands o us the undersigned on or before the lothoay of May next after which date the said ElIza- beth Kate Ellen Cameron will proceed to dis- tribute the assets of the said decease amongst the persons entitled thereto hanng regard only to the claims and demands of which she shall then have had notice; and she will not be liable for the assets of the said deceased or any part thereof so K- tributed to any person or persons oi W claims or demands she slia.11 not then have had notice. Dated this 3rd day of April 1903. PONTIFEX HÈWITT AND pITT 16 St. Andrew Street Holborn Circus, EX- Solicitors for the said Elizabeth Kate 343 Ellen Cameron. BHITJSII MEDICAL ASSOCIATION. 71ST ANNUAL MEETING, SWANSEA, JULY 27th to AUG 1st, lSOj- GOOD ACCOMMODATION will be REQUIRED 1 in Swansea, Mumbles and neighbourhood for rlwut 1,000 VISITORS. State aewmmoda- tiou and Prices per day, P^R head (1) LOI Apartments only; (2) for Apartments aiiu Breakfast. Replv- DR. RHYS DAVIES, Swansea. DR. F. DE OOVERLY VEALE, 9541 Mumbles. It M Y CONTRACTS. TENDERS for ih- SUPPLY of M^AD ■md MEAT, fc.T the period of SIX Months ')^1' L.st June. 1903, at the various stations mine WESTERN DISTRICT, will be r^eived at the undermentioned I-ffice. until peon, on Wedntsdtv. 111.■ 22nd APN'' tor M<ut, and on Friday. 24th April, 19^- LOR Bread.. }\Irms of Ttntfcr, with list of StailLions can I.:} obtained ar, aj»p!ication to the Chiet Mati CtK'or. District Hecld Quartw Officc-r DEVON PORT. 7TI: April, 1903 9548 LLANGADUCK. THE ANNUAL RACE, Will be held as usual On Easter Monday, April 13, 1903. GREATLY INCREASED PRIZES: Open liot:■ K:'>T PRIZE—Handicap— £ 10. Open GaHop—First PrizE'. £ 10 ENTRIES CLOSE 8th APRIL. For further particulars apvly- 317 J. G. HARK IKS, Hon. Sec. LESSONS in Typewriting Proficiency guaranteed.—Apply for terms, etc., to C. A. John, Typist end CoypLst, Station Par- ade and The Parade, Neath. 355 PUBLIC NOTICES, JJIDLAND it A I L W A Y EASTER EXCURSIONS. EASTER MONDAY, April 13th, t.o- BRECON and HEREFORD (Hunt Steeple- chases), leaving Swansea, at 7.45. Upper Bank 7.50, Morriston 7.54. Clydacwon- Tawe 8.0, Glais 8.4. Pontardawe 8.10 a.m. also from Brynamman at 7.5, Gwys 7.15, and Y-stitlyferit 7.25 a.m. Returning as per bills. SWANSEA.—Leaving Brynamman at 9.10 a.m. and 12.13 p.m.; Gwys 9.20 a.m. and 12.28 p.m. Ystalyfera, 9'27 a.m., 12.35 p.m and 2.22 p.m. Pontardawe. 9.41 a.m.. 12.50, and 2.33 p.m. Glais. 9.47 a.m., 12.55, and 2.38 p.m. C'lydach-on-Tawe, 9 51 a.m.. 12-59 and 2.42 p.m. TICKETS, BILLS, etc., may be had at the MIDLAND Stations. ORDINARY RAILWAY SERVICE. On Saturday, April 11th, Easter Monday, April 13th, and Tuesday, April 14th, certain booked trains will be WITHDRAWN, of which due notice will be given bv special bills. pe JOHN MATHIESON, General Manager. 345 T) HONDDA AND SWANSEA BAY JLw RAILWAY. EASTER HOLIDAYS, 1903. I On GOOD FRIDAY, April 10th, 1903, the usual week-day service of trtins will be sus- pended, and trains will run a i on Sundays. On EASTER MONDAY April 13, 1903. EXCURSION TICKETS will be issued as under:— To FERRYSIDE and CARMARTHEN, from Treherbert and intermediate Stations to Cwniavon. To PORT TALBOT (Aberavon Station) from Treherbert and intermediate Stations to Pontrhydyfen. To SWANSEA, from Treherbert and inter- mediate Stations to Neath. To CARDIFF, from Swansea and intermedi- ate Stations to Blaen Gwynfy inclusive. For Times, Fares, and other particulars, see bills, which may be obtained at any of the Company's Booking Offices. JOHN DAVID, Traffic Manager. Swansea, April 7th, 1903. 9565 0 WANSEA HARBOUR TRUST. CONTRACT FOR CLOTHING. The TRUSTEES are prepared to receive TENDERS up to the 20th of April, instant, for the SUPPLY of CLOTHING, for their Officials for the current year. Forms of Tender, and full particulars may be had on application to the undersigned. The Trustees do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any Tender. WILLIAM LAW, General Superintendent. Harbour Offices, Swansea, 9th April, 1903. g WANSEA ORPHAN HOME THE ANNUAL BAZAA R In aid of the above will be held On THURSDAY. April 16th, At the Albert Halls, Swansea, LADY LLEWELYN has kindly consented to open the Bazaar at 2.30 o'clock in the afternoon. ORGAN RECITALS during the Afternoon. CONCERTS with TABLEAUX during the evening to be followed by a C R A N D MOCK TRIAL At 8.30 p.m., by the Members of the Swansea Law Students Society. Palmistry, Phrenology, and various Enter- tainments during the afternoon and evening. Admission to the Bazaar, One Shilling; after 6 p.m.. Sixpence. Admission to the Concert and other Entertainments, for which 1 lckets mav be obtained in the Hall, at reas- onable prices. 354 BATH and WEST and SOUTHERN COUNTIES SOCIETY. Patron.-His Majesty the King. President, 1903 His ctrace the Duke of Beaufort. GREAT SHOW AT BRISTOL, MAY 27, 28, 29 30, & JUNE 1, 1903. ENTRIES CLOSE as follows — Horses. Cattle, Sheep, Pigs. Cheese. But- ter, Cider, Butter-Making. Milking, Shoeing, fcc.. April 7; or. at Double ices, April 14. Poultrv. Mav 2. Harness, Jumping and Bending Classes oIlly, Mav 9. THOS. F PLOWMAN, Terrace Walk. Bath. Secretary, EDUCATIONAL. L LAXDOrERY COLLEGE. The BENJAMIN EVANS SCHOLAR- SHIP, JB25 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 BAN. GIRLS' BOARDING & DAY SCHOOL, BELLEVUK, LANGLAND, NEAR SWANSEA. Pit.iiCirAr.s—The MISSES PHILLIPS, Assisted by Ileeident Certificated English and Foreign Governesses end Visiting Masters. I, Preparation tor Local Examinations. The House is pleasantly situated in its own grounds on a biil. and overlooking the sea. e i.r.KM will begin 1L".& £ >■»- '^an" /GIRLS' BOARDING & DAY SCHOOL, U 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 m its own grounds, close to bcach and pa^k*. Sumn f r 1 enn Be_nn> BOARDERS. APRIL 29'1 DAY SCHOLARS. APlUL JOdI. 6 CANCER HOSPITAL (FREE), FULHAill-ROAD, LONDON, S.W. n WO^O^/C^11 011 owri aPP^ca^on a* Funds urgently reeded for General Expenses and for the Research Department. Secretary, FILL?. W. HOWELL. 48 [- TRALE NOTICES. DAVID THOMAS, Tel6!»bone6Y WATCHMAKER, JEWEL-JLISR 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 TO THE MIDLAND AND OTHER RAILWAY COMPANIES, 9. FISHER STREET. fA.PR0" 138. A. J. CHAPPELL. FISHMONGER & OYSTER MERCHANT, POULTERER, DEALER IN GAME, tc WIND-STREET. SWANSEA. AND AT NEWTON-ROAD. MUMBLES. Telegraphic Address-" Chappell, SwanBea." Country Orders promptly attended to. 86 CARRIAGE WORKS, FISHER-STREET, SWANSEA. JOHN JONES & CO.. CARRIAGE BUILDERS. Orders for New Work, General Repairs, Painting, Trimming, Ac promptly attended to Patent Noiseless India Rubber Tyres, and all the Specialities connected with Carriage Building supplied. 3 No House Equals f)OWN & SON FO R RELIABLEF U RN I TUR E rHF/f ARE THE LARGEST MAKERS BY MACHINERY IN WALES, r HAVE THE MOST EXTENSIVE STOCK TO SELECT FROM. AND GIVE THE BEST POSSIBLE VALUE. CARPETS MADE AND LAID FREE. XSTABLIBHKD IfIUAL T July A CXVTU&T. HIGH STREET & MORRIS LANE SWANSEA. The Physician's B B ill I I A Cure for Gout, The Physician'* B B ill I I A Cure for Gout, B 9■ W I W I |B v Rbeumatie Goat The Universal Remedy for Acidity of the Gettle8 Medti^Tfor Stomach I,eadache. Heartburn, Indigestion, Infants. Children, Sour Eructations, Bilious Affections. Delicate Females, and the %;tckness of Pret, D N-k 71 11;41 45 WORTH A GUINEA BOX. BEECIIAM'S PILLS FOR ALL BILIOUS & NERVOUS DISORDERS SICK HEADACHE, CONSTIPATION, WEAK STOMA CH, WIND, IMPAIRED DIGESTION. DISORDERED LIVER, AND FEMALE AILMENTS. THE 'SALE IS OVER SIX MILLION BOXES PER ANNUM. .Prepared or.lv bv the Proprietor The mas St Helens, Lancashire Sold by all Druggists and 1'a.tent ^jne Deaer, ^erywheie in Boxes, Is. ^d. 9d each Full Dir ections With each box. 10 MUSICAL. 1 JYJISS J^LOKENCE J^RICKER A.R.A.M., A.R.C.M., Rpeeivcs Students for the HIGHER DEVELOP- MENT of PIANOFORTE PLATING, VOICU PBODUCTION and biNGiNG also for HAR- MONY and COMPOSITION. Miss FRICKER studied for eix years at the Royal Academy of Music, and has bad the tuition of the late Sir G. A. Macfarren the late Professor Frederick Westlake. Mr. Randegcer. Mr. Shakespeare and Mr. Frye Parker, and holds diplomas of the R.A.M. as public performer and teacher of piano and harmony, and of th" R.C M. as public singer and in harmony, and also holds the Certificate of Merit of the R.A.M. for piano playing, and five medals of that Institution for piano ana singing. Pupils prepared for the Metropolitan Examina- tions of the R.A.M. and R.C.M., also for the Local Examinations of the Associated Board of the R.A.M. and R.C.M. 100 WALTER-ROAD, SWANSEA. 40 j^/ £ R. T. J. DENNIS, A.R.C.O. (Organist and Choirmaster of Bethesda Congregational Church, Briton Ferry), ACCEPTS PUPILS IN PIANOFORTE, ORGAN, SINGING & THEORY. Papilf P"epared for Examinations. 21, QUEEN-STREET, NEATH. 30 r: f |10 BUILDERS.—Billheads, Memorandums, JL Business Circulars and Cards. Tim a Sheets, Estimate Books, and every kind of Commercial Printing at the "CUMBRIAN" Commercial Printing at the "CUMBRIAN" Office, 211, High-street, Swansea. ACADEMY OF MUSIC. 100, WtALTEK-KOA». ~iyj R S EDWARD FE1CKEE MISS FLORENCE FRICKER, A.R.A.M., A.R.C.M., AND MISS MINNIE FRICKER. L.R.A.M. Piano, Harp, Violin. Voice Training and Solo Singing, Harmony. Sight-Singing, Theory of Music. &c. Ltssons Rosumed on Wednesday, Jan. 14 p ENDEEN c OLLEGE. LANGLAND BAY. MODERN HIGH-CLASS SCHOOL FOR 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. Netten, General Works Manager of Messrs. Vivian & Sons). REFERENCES:— The LADT SWANSEA. LADT MoRBHBAD.ForestLodge.Binfield, Berks. MRS. WILMOT. Audley Sidmcuth, Devon. Miss EDliN. The Bryn, Sketty. Swansea, REV. SECRETAN JONES, M.A., late Vicar of Oystermouth, South "Wiles. Pupils are prepared for London Matriculation, University Locals, Associated Board (Royal Academy and Royal College of Music), Trinity College,College of Violiniste.Diploma (Teachers) and other examinations. 90
STEAM DYERS AND CLEANER b xy c<V/ SPRING CLEANING 21, Dillwyn St., SWANSEA. if at Telephone No. 0574.