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The Postmaster-General does not allow letters addressed to initials or fictitious names to be addressed to any Post Office, and letters so sent are returned to the sender through the Dead Letter Depart- ment. Letters to Advertisers by initials, etc., or otherwise, mdY be directed to "The Cambrian" Oftice free of charge; and if gfcamps are sent to cover postage, will be forwarded to the Adveitiser's own address. Remittances under 5s. may be made in Halfpenny Postage Stamps or Postal Or- ders. Postal Orders should be made to "The South Wale-j Daily Post" Co., Ltd., 211, High-street, Swansea. Address all communications to The Manager, "The Cambrian." '——————-f-———- SITUATIONS VACANT. Housekeepers, Companions. WANTED, a well-spoken, superior Person, as Working Housekeeper. — Apply, with references, to Mrs. Lewis, 56, Wind-st., Neath. 1338n7-4 Cooks and Kitchenmaids: COOK-GKNERAi, Wanted, tomr in family; Housemaid kept.—Apply by letter only -Mrs. Davies. Cefn Bryn, Uplands, Swansea. 526m7-4 TT7ANTED, a good Cook-General, forsmaii i?» > family.—Apply Gwynfryn. Grove, Swansea. SSS'i1 ■ WANTED, a Cook-General and General servant to assist in Bar.—'Great Wes- tern Hotel, Swansea. 5g6m7-5 ANTED, a. Cook-General; good -wages given.—Apply first instance, Oopus, Tnree Lamps, Swansea. 473ra7-2 —wwiwras, too Oe»o5*-a«tr;ral; also a General Servant, both to assist in bar.—Apply :Mr:3 Davies, Three Crowns, High-street,: Swansea. 46Sm7-2 WAITED, a reliable Young "Woman as Oook-General, in small family; wages £ 18 to L20 to competent servant; must be clean in work and person .-Applyp, with re- ference, to Mrs. Williams, Ivy House, Llant- wit Major. 596m7-5 House and Parlourmaids W' ANTiiD, House-Parlourmaid.—All par- T ticulars, Mrs. Sitson, Hearne Lodge, De-la-Beche-street, Swansea. 624m7-5 WANTED, by 24th July, Housemaid, with good references.—Apply, stating wages io Mrs. <Dr.) Morgan, Gurnos House, Ynysy- bwl, South Wales. 623m7-2 LLANDRINDOD WELLS.-Wanted, at once, L thoroughly experienced Housemaid- Waitress; good wages.—Apply Thomas, Bryn- hyfryd. 595m7-5 Nurses ANTED, a respectable Young Girl as I. Nurse.—Apply 72, Bryn-road, Swansea. 441m7-2 Generals A good General Servant Wanted; small family.—Apply after six, Mrs. Hiram Jones, 11. Mirador-crescent, Swansea. 530m7-1 OEEVANT, General, smart appearance; O ,good wages and extras; Wanted immedi- ately.—Apply Hotel Continental, Tenby. 424m7-l WANTED. General Servant; good wages. —John, 45, Neath-road, Swansea. 514m7-2 T\7"ANTED, good General —Apply, with re- L'T f. ference, 70, Oxford-street, Swansea. 337 ^6-30 WANTED, good General Servant, at W once.—Paxton Inn, Paxton-street. 570m 7-5 Wf ANTED, a good General Servant; sleep TV out.—Apply 3, Bryn-y-Mor-crescent, Swansea. 580m.7-4 WJANTED, a respectable General; plain V\" cooking.-Apply 29. Trafalgar-terrace, Swansea. 502m7-2 A-NTUD, a Geneml Servant.—Apply 1VV. Eicluards, Three Compass, Pentre, Swansea. 480m7-2 TXT"ANTED, a good Ma-id, for daily work, 'i»f about 18.—Apply 38, Cromwell-terrace, 8wansea. 409m7-l WANTED, immediately, a Daily Girl, age 15 to 17.—Apply Mrs. Benner, 14, Heaih- fieid, Swansea. 605m7-1 WANTED, Young Girl, to Nurse, and assist in housework—Apply 16, Russell- street, Swansea. 357m6-30 WANTED, at once, good Girl, dally, for General Housework.—Apply 205, Eaton- cresoent, Swansea. 4Zlm7-1 WANTED, at once, Young Girl, as Gen- eral Servant.—lApply 15, Oariton-ter- race, Swansea. 535m7-4 "TT^ANTED, good General Servant; washing i! • put out.—Mrs Ernest Watkins, Tyr nant, West Cross. 446m7-2 ANTED, strong-Girl; one able to wash w preferred.—Mrs. Green, Brewery Tap, Nelson-street, Swansea. 633m7-5 WANTED7^good general Servant, immedi- W ately-Apply Miss Jones. 87, Bryn-y- Jfor-roaa, Swansea- 414m7-l W' ANTED, respectable Girl, as General; good references.—Swansea Castle, Ox- ford-street, Swansea. 560m7-l W" ANTED, a General^Sei'va-nt, for small family.—Apply, with reference, 10, St. James's Gardens, Swansea. 592m7-5 -TITANTED," a General Servant three in iff family.—Apply after 5 p.m., Mrs. Michell. 1. Priorton Villas, Swansea. 411m7-l WANTED, by July 3rd, a capable Gen- tt eral Servant ;three in family.—Apply Mrs. Marquiss, "Sunny Bank," Uplands. 440m7-2 WANTED, General; also Young Girl to 11 V assist in bar; good reference required. —Apply Bank Hotel, Wind-street, Swansea. 499m7-2 ANTESr a respectable Young Girl, to w assist in Housework.—Address Mrs Benson, Cartref, Eaton Grove, Swansea. 419m7-1 WANTED General Servant, plain cook- ing, washing, one child.—Mrs. Ernest W. Jones, 13, Mirador-crescent, Swansea. ttfeuPS I WANTED, at once, a clean, respectable Girl, as General; must harve good re- ference.—Apply 33, (Jastle-street, Swansea. 361m6-30 WANTED, a House Sewing Maid; must be thoroughly recommended.—Apply after 6 o'clock, at Heathfield House, Swan- sea. 557m7-4 WANTED, as General; country girl pre- ferred; 15 to 16 years of age—Apply, with references, to 9, Belle Yue-street, Swan- sea. 478m7-2 WANTED, immediately, a good General Servant; no washing; three in family. —Apply Mrs. Charles Evans, Stationer, etc.. Bryn-y-Mor-road, Swansea. 528m7-4 A-N"fED, at once, good General Servant, able to do plain cooking; references required.—Apply Mrs. Evans, Duke of Wei- lington. St. Mary-street. Swansea. 515m7-2 TA7 A.s iED, immediately, experienced and » good Plain Cooko. Parlour and House- Parlourmaids, Generals, etc.; also experi- enced Oooks, Kitchenmaids, Chambermaids, and Waitresses, for Llandrindod, Ilfra- combe, Mumbles, etc.-Apply Miss Lewie, High-class Registry, 18, Castle-street, Swan- sea. 560m7-4 1l/|~R-S. Llewellyn Howell, Registry Office for Servants (of all classes); also Young- Girls. Entrance, Mr. P-arry's side door, 52, Oxford-street, Swansea 618m7-5 JDEGISTBY Office for Servants wanting R Situations, Charwomen and Women to go out Cleaning daily. At 13, Brunswick- street.-Mrs. Dowdell requires Cooks, Cook- Generals, Parlourmaids, Houoema- 519m7-5 '1 Miscellaneous altuation:s A PPRENTICES Wanted for the Tailoring. A —Apply 66, Oxford-street, Swansea. 513m7-2 PPRENTICES and Improvers Wanted to the Dressmaking—Daveridge, 18, Cra- dock-street, Swansea. 551III7-4 APPRENTICE Wanted to the Watch, Clock, A and Jewellery Business.—Apply G. A. Gregory, 50, Oxford-street, Swansea. 564m7-4 A and G. TAYLOR, Artists and Photo- • graphers, Swan-sea, require a Young Lady,. about 16, to assist and learn business; must give time. 485m7-2 A few respectable Young Lady Canvassers Wanted; must be of smart appearance. -Apply 10 to 11, American Art Co., 27, Union- street, Swansea. 601m7-2 A RT.—Work at home, tinting prints, post A cards, etc.; easily acquired; good prices.-Addressed envelope, Art Company, 6, Great James-street, London, W.C. 431m7-2 A SUM (10B. upwards) weekly easily earned at Home, Cutting Paper Stencils;work taken; materials found; easy, constant. amusing.st.a.mped envelope, Channy, 4, Victoria-terrace, Hornsey, London. 115m7-3 A N Important and Popular Company ha-? a lew vacancies for euergetie asi -f good cnaracter, willing to cinvajs; spare time: ex3ellent terms.—Address Popular, "South Wales D.aily Post," Sv. a-nooa. 339m6-30 A smart Business Man Wanted, trust- worthy, and uot afraid of work; out- door employment; liberal commission. Splen- dicr opening for man with energy wishing to improve his position—Address Thrift, "Daily .Post." Swansea. 127COd.b.7-2 BUiCHE-RS.—Wanted, good fc'econd, used B to horses; also cleaz, respectable Lad leaving school, to learn business; exception- al opportunity;—19S, High-street, Swansea. v 613m7-5 C.A.NV ASSERS, experienced, required. SfJ- C ary and commission. State qualifica- ti<m.—Lom<toa Direcj.ory Co., Ltd., 25, Ab. church lane, London, E.G. 333m6-31 CLERKS-»J_PS: £ 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. 433m6-30 CLERKSHIPS ( £ 70- £ 340).-Admiralty, War, C Excise, ,Customs. Post Offices, numerous vacancies, open to all; age 14J-22; experience unnecessary; explanatory pomphlet free.- Secretary, Civil Service Department, 2, York- buildings. Edinburgh. 290m7-5 DRESSMAKING— Experienced Skirt Hand D Wanted-Apply Miss Terry, 3, Phil- lips Parade. 534m7-4 DYER'S Ironer required (experienced). — —Apply Warrie and Moore, 21, Rich- ardson-street, Swansea. 484m7-2 DBESS-MAKING.—Wanted, Apprentices and Improvers.-Apply Mrs. Rees, 43, Mal- vern-terrace, Swansea. 556m7-4 DRAPERY.—W anted two well-educated Youths as Apprentices; also Young Ladies; Welsh—J. Rees Evans, 218 and 219. High-street, Swansea. 354m6-30 T\REo»sMAKERS—"Wanted, smart hjfcnds, jJ accustomed to Mantle and Coat Altera- tions—Appty David Evans and Co., Ltd, Goat-street, Swansea. 574m7-l DRAPERY—Wanted, at once, sharp, well- D educated Youth, as an Apprentice: also two Female Apprentices—Apply Samuel Rees, Draper, St. Helen's-road, Swansea. 412m7-l I^REE SAMPLE—Pocket Rubber Stam £ your Own Name and Address, with Par- ticulars of Spare Time -gency.-16 Dept., 89, Aldersgate-street, London. 631cam9-20 CI ROCERY—Wanted, a good Junior Hand, T to solicit.—*Vrite, with references, to Grocer, "Daily Post," Swansea. 609m7-5 HANSARD'S, Gorse-lane, Swansea, require 11 strong 01rls, over 18, for Mineral Water Factory. 471m6-30 XJANiSARiys, Gorse-lane, Swansea, require steady Married Men as Drivers and Salesmen. Mineral Water Business.—Apply personally, with references. 472m6-30 LABOURERS Wanted, good wages.—Apply L New Cross Hands Colleiries, Cross Hands, near LLanelly. 339117-5 LONDON RESTAURANT, Mumbles. — -LJ Wanted, immediately, smart Youth, about 17, as Waiter; good wages, and tips.- Apply as above. 524m7-4 PROVISIONS and Grocery.—Wanted, smart Salesman.—Apply W. S. dark, 77, Ox- ford-street, Swansea. 611m7-1 C MART Lad Wanted, for Grocery and Pro" O vision trade.-Apply Moore Bros., Crown Stores, St. Helen's-road, Swansea. 474m7-2 SMART Boy Wanted, at once, for Deliver- ks ing Newspapers: wages 5s.—Apply Brown, Newsagent, Plough-road, Pentre, Swansea. 628m7-l QMART Man, good appearance and address, required to take orders for "The Life of King Edward VII." Published at enor- mous expense. Good terms; references re- quired.- Virtue and Company, Ltd., Fine Art Publishers, 6 and 7, St. John's-square, Car- diff. 413m7-l ^PO Wheelwrights.—Wanted, a Man for T light work.-Apply John Jones, Fisher- street, Swansea. 482m7-2 rpo TAILORS.—Wanted, by Thomas Lewis, A Cloth Hall, Gowerton, a steady, reli- able Coat Hand, at once; constant work. 626m7-1 ANTED, a Page Boy.—Apply Proprietor, 1 T Tenby Hotel, Swansea. 438m7-2 WANTED, immediately, good Walling Masons.-Apply G. Mercer, Contrac- tor, Llanelly. 627m7-5 WANTED, strong La^Tabout 16," for gen- eral work— Aj>ply Bridge Inn St Thomas, Swansea. 554m7-4 WANTED, an active and respectable Lad -Apply Andrews, Fish Merchant, St Helen's-road, Swansea. 583m7-4 W" ANTED, smart Man as Doorman, etc., for Jack Lewis's—Apply, in own hand- writing, stating salary required. 575m7-l \l7rANTED, hundreds of respectable Girls, VY — -o-pply King and Seville, Ltd., Fruit Preservers, Westbury-atreefc, Swansea. Preservers, Westbury-atreefc, Swansea. 4.b.M yVTAiNTEa), Waitress, expeTienced, and with good references.—Apply B/estaur- a* Continental, Wind-street, Swansea. 616m7-5 TyANTED, good Starchwork Ironers; also f. good Body Linen Ironers. Good wages to competent hands.-Apply Manageress, Baths. Laundry, Swansea. 407m7-l XVANTED, Youth, to look after Horse » and -Small Garden—Write, stating age, experience, and wages required, to Box 2, "Daily Post," Swansea. 476m7-2 TT/"ANTED, smart Representative to cal' ■ upon tradespeople in Swansea Valley. Only experienced persons need apply. — Ad- dress Experience, "Daily Post," Swansea. 548m7-4 w ALNTFD, respectable Youth, about 16. as f f Apprentice to Hairdreesing trade; thorough tuition given, especially Haircut- ting and Shaving.-Apply J. H. Jones, Alex- andra-road, Swansea. 650m7-5 ^STANTED, for Llanelly and outlying dis- tricts, smart, tactful, energetic, an" experienced Insurance Agent, for a first-class Ordinary Life Office. Salary L100 a year and commission—Write Box 33, "Daily Post, Swansea. 439m7-2 YOUTH Wanted as Junior; from school n,k, Pret erred—Apply by letter, Manager, s, Ltd., Waterloo-street, Swans-ea. 384m7.1 YotrNG Men desirous of joining the Regu- T, Army or Militia should apply at the Recruiting Office, 14, Union-street, Swan- L ii u opportunity for advancement in ail branches to well-conducted young men. v 807J7-24 30S Weekly offereal to either sex, who can write—For particulars send an ad- dressed envelope to Manager, Glendower, Torquay. 434m7-2 J0O WEEKLY.—'Evening or Spare Time Em- ployment, anywhere, offered to any person who can write. For particulars send aadresse-u envelope to L. Paynter and Co. (Dept. 6), 78, Mysore-road, Clapham, London. 455m7-2 J?Q WEEKLY. — Persons Wanted, every- where, for addressing Circulars, etc. Send aauressed envelope for proposal.—Man- ager, 149, Elm Lodge, Southall, Middlesex. 436m7-2 SITUATIONS WANTED. HOUSEKEEPE,R.-Wanted, Situation as -«■ Working Housekeeper, or any place of trust; good references—Write L. D. T., "Daily Post," Swansea. 39Om7-1 0 ITU ATI ONS Wanted as General Servants U for several strong country Girls. Hun- r dreds of Ladies suited. Testimonials free-— Mrs. Coster, Registry, Gloucester. 523m7-4 ANTED, Management of Public-house or Hotel, by experienced couple—Ad- dress Public, "Daily Post," Swansea. 518m7-4 TITANTED, by superior Person, Situation as Working Housekeeper, or any place of trust; fond of children.-V.J., 38, Gorse- lane, Swansea. 615m7-5 XT/WANTED, good Pleasure Trap, suit cob f" 14.2; must be reasonable.—Write, stat- ing price and particulars to Trap, "Da4J.y Post," Swansea. 629m7-5 T/ST"ANTED, Situation as Working House- keeper; good references; in or near Swansea preferred—Write C.L.P., "Daily Post," Swansea. 597m7-5 WANTED, a small (3otta-«e, in the Mum- bles, iow or later on; careful ten- ants; two in family—Write Scranton, "Daily Post," Swansea. 625m7-5 X^OUNG Lady seeks Situation in any light business.—Address Box 77, Daily Post," Swansea. 377m6-30 —an——— MISCELLANEOUS WANTS. "ptTSNISHEiD Cottage Wanted, at Langland or Mumbles, for four or five months; terms moderate. -Write David, 9. Henrietta- street, Swansea. 367m6-30 .M- ORTGlAGE:=-"VaIrted £ 60 MortgagT~7n 1 substantial House; West End.-Addrcss Transfer, "Daily Post," Swansea. 622m7-5 M,i-Rli: Cob Wanted, 14.2, about 4 yearsT o used to harness and saddle; good ac- tion.-Apply, suatin-g all particulars, to Cob, "Daily Post," Swansea. 561m7-4 TO Master Bakers.—Situation Wanted by TO Man, well up in Bread, Cake, and Small goods; good references-Write B.F., South Wales Daily Post," Swansea. 430m7-4 TXTANTED, cheap for cash, second size Billiard Table, in good condition. — Particuiars to J.P.G., "Daily Post," Swan- sea. 617m7-5 WANTED, Situation as Shorthand Typist, f over two years' experience in a ship broker's omce.-Write to Typist, "Da4S.y Post, Swansea. ) 445m7-2 ANTED. Sunlight and Lifebuoy TtopiT aud coupons), Matchiess, Red Lion, lid. dozen and postage given.—Bd. Darling Grocer, Westgate. Wakefield. 18Gm7-4 4~" 1 0 Yv ante^• for tbree months; reason- able interest, good security; pri- vate lender preferred—Address Reasonable "Daily Post," Swansea. 378m6-30 LOST AND FOUND T OST, Black Terrier Bitch. Detainer pleaee J note.-Douglas Davies, Hospital-square, Swansea. 406m7-l LOST, Lady's Brooch, French Paste. Fin- der rewarded—Fanstone, Training Col- lege, Swansea. 371m6-30 T OST, between Walter-road and Sketty .A..J Church, Gold Locket. Finder rewarded on re* aroint; to 83, Walter-road, Swansea. 1334n7-l T OSff, Coin, with small Piece of Chain attached. Finder rewarded on return- ing it to 15, Uplands-crescent, Swansea. 604m7-1 T OST, large Envelope, containing Receipts. Finder rewarded on returning same to Brewery Tap; Nelson-street, Swansea. 634m7-1 "I OlST, on Wednesday, between Biackpill and Walter-road, Gent's Gold Chain. Finder rewarded.—Abraham, 8, Walter-road, Swajieea. 632m7-1 1 OST, between St. Helen's-avenue and Cres- U cent. Paste Brooch, bird shape, gold back. Fader regarded.—Tay lor, 174, St. Hel- en s-avenue. 418m7-l LOST, between Oaswell Bay and Pier, a Lady's Heavy Gold Curb Bracelet. Fin- der rewaroed.-tA.pply Pennard House, Castle- ton, Mumbles. 443m7-2 f OST, Tuesday, small Black and Tan Dog. "Leo," long tail, white spot on breast. Finder rewarded.—Williams, Cuba-road, St. Thomas, Swansea. 370m6-30 T OST, onJ26th inst., on Swansea-road, near Pontardulais, Lady's Motoring Hood. Finder rewarded.-Apply Alex. Moffat, Southville, Swansea. 511m6-30 T OST, Monday, June 27th, 1904, near Trew- yddfa, Bay Mare Pony, 13.1, thick set. Finder rewarded on returning same to Tur- ner, Contractor, Morriston. 612m7-5 REVvARD. Lost, oil the 20th inst., be- cVX tween Eaton Grove and De-la-Beehe- gireet, an Oval Paste Buckle-Apply Abbott, 18, De-la-Beche-street, Swansea. 381m6-3C OST Saturday, between Gorse-lane ~and Bridge opposite Cricket Field, Chamois Bag, containing Gold Watch. Finder re- warded at 73, Gorse-lane, Swansea. 521m7-l LOiST, Gold Brooch, with three little birds -L< attached, between Park-street and Slip. Finder returning same to No. 1, Fleet-street, Swansea, will be rewarded accordingly. 4736-30 OST, from 56, Mansel-terrace, Swansea, on June 28th. a White Terrier Puppy Dog, three months old. brown marks on Bfede of head. 5s. reward.—J?. C. Edderahaw. 589nM PROPERTY FOR SALE AND TO LET JOHN M. LEEDER AND SONS' REGISTER of Furnished and Uninrnished Houses, to Let or For Sale, may be obtained at their Estate Agency Offices, 46, Waterloo-street, Swansea. 444m7-2 A List of Furnished Houses to Let for the summer months is contained in this month's issue. 'TPHE Register is revised Monthly; Proper- ties are inserted FREE where the SaJe or Letting is placed Solely in their Agency. npo LLa, Furnished, choice Detached Resi- den.ee and Grounds, at West Gross, for August. j ''I'O LEi', Furnished, Detached Villa, with j J- long garden, at Caawell Hill, for any period from July 1st. nPO i/r. j, Furnished, House and Garden, at JL J-ort Eynon; close to the Bea»ch; two r fcitoing, seven Bedrooms, kitchens; long or short periods; two guineas weekly, for July and September. fjpO LET, Furnished.—A prettily-appointed -*• Villa, at Castleton, Mumbles, for two or thl A) months; two Sitting, three Bed- rooms, Kitchens. OltVEl..s to View and further particulars of the foregoing of John M Leeder and Son, 46, Waterloo-street, Swansea. 444m7-2 BEYNMILL—Houses in MarBborough-road, Waterloo-place, Alexandra-terrace, etc. —Apply Hood, House and Estate Agent, Oaer-street, Swansea. 275m7-2 TO I.ET, VILJjA RESIDENCE, 4 BedroomsT best position in Coedsaeson; also House in Mumbles.-tAp ply Hood, Auctioneer. Caer- street, Swansea. £ JAMES'S-CRESCENT-—To I^t, VJlhT Residence, 6 Bedrooms, 4 Reception Rooms; vacant september.-Apply Hood, House Agent, Oaer-street, Swansea. FRUIT BUSINESS FOR SAIxE, main thor^ oaghiare Swansea; good cash trade; well fitted;.j good dwelling.—Apply Hood, Auctioneer, Caer-street, Swansea. UX-LAxnDS.—Good Houses for Sale, with possession shortly; best positions; good repair.-Apply Hood, House and Estate Agent, Caer-atreef, Swansea. WAREHOUSES and Stores.—Good roomy Premises to Let; also small Stores f or S-ale.-Apply Hood, Auctioneer, Caer-street, Swansea. 275m7-2 FREEHOLD Pubilc Hotel, with exte^iiTvo" F Stabling and Premises, doing a good Agricultural and Gtneral Trade, for Sale. Capital required not less than £ 1,000—Apply Tomkins and Capper, Auctioneers, Abergav. enny. MTCaoi. HIGH-CLASS Refreshment Cafe for Dis- posal, best position in Swansea. King's Ronte, 2 minutes from G.W.R. Station; has taken £ M) a day; lease, stock, and fixtures; ample reason for selling; fortune for ener- getic people.-Addreas K., "Daily Post," Swansea. 356m6-3Q AKLANDS-TBBRA.CE and Woodlands-ter race.—Very desirable Leasehold Houses for Sale, all conveniences, and in excellent repai-r-Frank Randell, Dynevor-place. Swan- sea. 363m6-^0 FOR SALE, very desirable Residences in Gwydr-crescent, Mirador-crescent, Bryn- y-Mor-crescent, Uplands-crescent, and Bryn- road—Particulars, Randell, Auctioneer, Dy- nevor-place, Swansea. 363mW0 NO. 31. St. Helen's-road—To Let, as private Dwelling-house, or for conversion into business premises.—Randell, Auctioneer. Swansea. SAJL-E.. Nea|fc- 'ly- otriit six-roomed' liduSes, /vriiti stone fronts; modern conveni-etffOes-— Pani-n. lars, Abbey, "Daily Post," Swansea. TTOUSE for~Sale, in St GeorWess-terracM, -O- by private treaty, containing eight rooms, long lease.-For further particulars apply Vendor, c.o. "Daily Post," Swansea. 405m7.1 T. THOMAS—Houses for Sale, grand posi-" tion, good investment.—Write to Pro- perty. "Daily Post," High-street, Swansea. 508m 7-2 R SALE, an old-established Grocery and" J- Greengrocery business; good position; owner retiring from business; lease could be obtained.-Address Opportunity, Daily Post," Swansea. 5o2m7-4 Tj^OR SALE,. Cottages, New-street— Apply Edward Roberts and Son, Auctioueers, 40, Oxford-street, Swansea. 566m7-3 MISCELLANEOUS SALES FOR SALE, Mare Donkey and Colt—Apply John Adams, Biackpill. 1C7m7-2 I^OR SALE, Double Mailcart; price £ l; aanjther 5e. 6d.—20, Bathurst-street, Swansea. 631m7-5 SALE. Horse, 16.2, and Brake, £ 26— 11 Apply Tom Morgan, Grugos-terra-ce, tort Talbot. FOR SALt:, Pony, 13.2 hands, age 7 years, gooci worker, price £ 16. ^David Jones, Upper Water-street, LlaneHy. 599m7-5 Xj!r SALE, Cock Goldfinches and Linnets; .J.? also some Cages. Can be seen any time. -Apply W. Owens, 10, New-street, Swansea. 510m7-30 IT^OR SALE, Pony, 12 hands, very fast, used ? to all road traffic, very quiet, make nice children's pet.-Apply 53, Pentregethin- road, Cwmbwria, Swansea. 501m7-2 excellent Punching and Shear- ing Machine, for hand or steam power. —Parsons and Co., Castle Chambers, Swan- sea. 365m6-30 FOR SALE, cheap, nearly new Cob Set of Harness.—Apply Sidney Clarke, Wall- paper and Glass Merchant, 28, Waterloo-st., Swansea. 603m7-5 l^UR SALE, Chesnut Mare Cob, 13.2, thick- -»- set, fast, Set of Harness, a.nd Trades- man's Cart; bargain, lot £ 16-—59, St. Hel- en's-avenue, Ic-wansea. 6Q2m7-5 1,1 OR SALE, reliable Mare, 7 yeacs old, suitable for brake or delivery van, or would exchange for one of less value. Write Reliable, "Daily Post," Swansea. 598m7-5 EIE5T-CLASS RaIli Cart, rubber tyres, F lamps, etc., complete; suit horse 15 hands; good as new; bargain—Apply Jack- ett, Coachbuilder, Swansea. 563m7-5 AKER'S Covered Hand Truck for Sale- Apply 10, Lion-street, Waunwen, Swan- sea. 497m7-3 VrvUBLNG for Stacks, 30ft. x 24ft., 20ft. x 3ft., J. 24in. x lBin., and six 12in. x ISm.—Par- sons and Go., Castle Chambers, Swansea. 365m 6-3 CI rpWO Vertical Boilers, WJ x 5 and 10-J x 5i; -A good condition, and ch-eap.—Parsons and Co., Castle Chambers, Swansea. 366m6-30 T8AWi-tiKF, 8-horse power Portable Engines X and Mortar Mills.—Parsons and Co., Castle Chambers, Swansea. 365m6-30 CAMERA. for Sale, 5 x 4 "Wizard," rising front, swing baek, double extension; practically new.—-Write Wizard, "Dai!y Post," Swansea. 475m7-2 IAOERA for Sale.—1-Plate Camera, W.A. V Movement, T and I Shutter, 1 d.b. Slide Whole Plate lens, 3-fold stand carrying case. Price 50s. Can be seen any time at 23, Fleet- street. > 481m7-2 NEvvr Wagonette, to carry six persons, with shafts, pole, and bar complete.— Apply Jackett, Coaciibnilder, Swansea. 568m7-4 FAR IT leaving Swansea has for Sale some new, first-class Hearth Rugs; also some Crockery .-Apply Box 50, "Daily Post," Swansea. 368m6-3Q QTRONC, useful Horse for Sale.—Davies ks and Co., Boro' Stores. Swansea. 549m7-l FIRST-QLAjjiS Ralli Cart, rubber tyres, F lamps, etc., complete; suitable for horse 14 hands; good as new; bargain. — Apply Jackett, Coachbuilder, Swansea. 568m7-4 TO Timber Merchant—For Sale, a large quantity of Elm Timber, any size. — Particulars on application to J. Potter and Co* LteL. JSoKb Vd, XM&B. 437laM TO BE LET-BUSINESS PREMISES HOUSE and Shop to Let, main road, op- -Ll posite East Dock Station, St. Thomas. —Apply 10 Brynmill-avenue, Swansea. 379m6-30 IMPORTANT Bttsinees Premises to Let, in -L best part of High-street, Swansea; good frontage and Tery rc.omy.-Write Frontage, "Daily Post," Swansea. 416m7-2 T OCK-UP Shop to Let, with large Work* room over, near High-street Station- Apply 167, High-btreet, Swansm. 6Q3m7^5 rpo IiET, a Saloon, in best part of Swan- i. sea; low rent—Address Hairdresser, j ai-y Post," 8wanaea. 578m7-4 TO LET, Bakehouse, Shop with Dwelling- house attached, in Fleet-street; iro. mediat-e possession—Apply 111, St. Helen's- road, Swansea. 459m7-2 rpo LET, commanding Corner Shop, situ- J- ate in best part of Oxford-street, op- posite Marker s«id contiguous to other large businesses.—O'»n« 72, Oxford-street, Swan- sea. V 563m/ 7|Vo LET', first«sdass 6-sfcaIl Stables, in S-runs- J- wick-stree*.—Apply Clark, 77, Ox- ford-street, Swansea. 611m74 T~ O LET, first-class Lock-up Coach Houses, in Brunswick-street; suitable for Motor Carriages and cycles.-APPly W. S. dark, 77, Oxford-street, Swansea. 611m7-1 TO LET—HOUSES TO LET, Midsummer, 50, Walter-road, roomy, commodious, good bath-room (hot and cold), conservatory, back entrance. —Apply 1, Gwydr-terrace, Swansea. 636a7-l Oi St. Helen's-road, to Let as Private OX? Dwelling-house, or for conversion into i business premises—Apply 1, Gwydr-terrace, Swansea. 635a7-1 TO LET, midsummer, 50, Waiter-road, roomy, commodious, good bath-room (hot and cold), conservatory, back entrance. I -Apply 1, Gwydr-t-errace, &wansea. 629a6-17 TO LET, Midsummer, 50, Waller-road, good I roomy, commodious, good bathroom (hot an-a cold), conservatory ,back entrance. —Apply 1, Gwydx-terrace, Swansea. 633a6-24 T0 LET. 5, JtorUhampton Gard-ims. To view -L aj)ply R. H. Marten, AJksaamora, Sbeiity- road, Sw-aneea.! 615a6-27 CONVENIENT Fwrnieiied Horoe to Let. in Maceel-terrace. from Jtvpe.—For par- j t-iculars address Manael. Oasmbrian Office, 211, Hig^troet, Swa-ea- 616aZ-2s O' LEASE "Picket Mead," Newton, Mum- bles, 14 rooms, bath (hot and cold), large gardens, tenni9 lawn, conservatory, stable, outbuiidings, B*8 ^ater; rent £ hQ.—Further particnlars of Dawson, fern wlla. JSerkhamsted. Herts. 4Qh6-30 OWER— Simply Furnished Cottage to Let four bedrLms; close to Church, Post, Telegraph, Railway 3 miles. Bates, "D-i,, Post," Swansea. 336m. >3 w. p S. ciark 77, Oxford-street, Swansea, be- tween 6 and 7 p.m- 611m7-l O^LET', Maesydderwen House, Residence of the late Mr- Jolin Thomas Jenkins, Vardrfr, Clydach, 9 rooms, conservatory, large garden, outhouses, etc. Apply R. R. iriftiihs, Crocei', etc., Mount Pleasant, Cly- daeii-oii-^we. 372m6-30 I I APA^V! gf^TS TO LET •. — V uu -oL central-iiosStioB ia Swansea, dan highly nw.mmwHl 6a.me to anyone requiring com- fort. cleWiiiness, and attention; terms mod- ern to.-Addross Vacant, "Daily Post," Swan- sea 610m7-5 B1.AOTCPOOL—Pleasaiit'Apartments, aon>e comforts, convenient to station, trams, sea, and entertainments; reasonable terms; piano.-Mrs. Lund, 4, Clifford-road. URNISH-ED Front Sitting-ro<)m, 522m7-4 FURNISHED Front Sitting-room, one or two Bedrooms, five minutes walk Irom bands; no children.—For terms apply 42, Brunswick-street, Swansea. 595m7-5 FABM House Apartments, Rhosyga^lair, N., via Cardigan, four or five Bedrooms. Finest marine and landscape scenery. 'H ith- in one mile of Aberporth Beach.-Apply Joshua Hughes. 589m7-5 HEALTHIEtoT Seaside B-esort is Ferry- side.—Apartments to Let at Ivy Cot- tage—App^Mrs^Jon^ Cam-a7-15^ EOOMS to Let, suitable for experienced Dressmaker.—Apply Lee, 136, High street, Swansea. 509m7-2 iD OTHERS LADE HOUSE, Langland Bay, :J. facing sea.—A limited number of boar. ders are takek; moderate terms; good cuis- ine —Address Principal. 753j8-22 ~K~_OTAL—ViaLt_to'"Swansea—Lodgings and Apartments to Let, with full view of procession; highest references. Write M.LLli., "Daily Post," Swansea. 594m7-5 SUPERIOR Furnished Apartments, Front S. bitting-room, one Bedroom, hot and cold bath; piano; board or otherwise; ao children.-53, Mansel-terrace, Swansea. 325m6-30 — TO LET, nicely furnished Bedroom and -L Sitting-room: terms 8s. a. week.-Mrs. Kerstake, 19, Prince of Wales-road, Swansea. I 421m6-29 TO LET, comfortable Lodgings, for Young Gentleman; neighbourhood ? Sketty; terms moderate—Write H. F., "Daily P0^ Swansea. 635m7-5 r —— T TRADE SPECIALITIES. LADIES Dress Lengths, 3s. lid: carriage paid. Knops, Zibelines, Snowflakes, Voiles, Poplins, Armures, Cashmeres, in Bummer colourings. Patterns free-—Bradford Dress Warehouse (R77), Shipley, Bradford. 770 DAVIES' BALSAM OF HONEY fonoagha. ColtIs. Asthma, Tightness of the Chest, etc. 6*d. and 2s. 3d.-Prepa.rad only by J. Davies, M.P.S., Dispensing Chemist, 30, High- street, Swansea. 49 TO MOLYNEUX, Fish Merchant, 126 ,High- • street, Swansea. Cheapest Shop in town for Fish of all varieties; wholesale and retail. Trial solicited. 32 ri\Q BUILDERS.-Billheads, Memorandums, J- Business Circulars and Cards, Time Sheets, Estimate Books, and every kind of Commercial Printing at the "Cambrian" Office, 211, High-street. Swansea. REVIVAL of Home Industries.—Morgan J. Morgan (son of Mr. J. R. Morgan, CiOthier and hosier. of New-street, Neath, and grandson of the late Mr Morgan Morgan, Wind-street), has decided to restart the old Woollen Factory at Medincrythan for the manufacture ot home-spun Hosiery and Welsh Flannels and Clotl«s oocaml-23 FOR SALE, an Omnibus, with removable top, to hold six inside and four outside, painted dark green with white lines, by Vic- toria Carriage Works; nearly new; also a. smart light Brougham, for single or double harness, India rubber tyres, by Thorne, of London, newly done up, and in perfect con- diiion. Both can be seen at Messrs. J ackett's, Coachbuilders, Swansea. — Apply John L. Richardson, Derwen Fswrr, near Swansea. 621*4-8 T>AiRCBLS, Luggage, Furniture, etc., to and fro Mumbles. Our vans run Tuesdays and Saturdays—Parcels Express, 11, Somer- set-place, Swansea. 9Q5g4-24 BLUE Sugar Paper, 7H>s. lor 7d. Big re- duction for quantities; 25 tons to dear cheap.—Sherring and Mussard, Paper Bag Makers, Oxford-street, Swansea. 823g5-2 FENTS. REMNANTS. FENTS. -N PRINTS, Whites, Greys, Muslins, I Sateen*, Flannelettes, Delftines, by weight OT \"ard; obeap lines, ^uitoWe for markete: send for price lioL-F. ANDREW and CXX, 61, Fssrfkner-Btaoet, Maoefaesfcer. 811 SALES BY AUCTION i By arSer of the Liqicdaiotr. The Paboilte and other Pa.tent Fuel Co., Ltci SWANSEA. The Important Leaeelnotd Property, Patolite Wharf, Prince 0If Wales Dook, Swansea, having an area of over two acres with Dock frontage of 290ft., intersected by railwavs. and enjoying great facilitaecj for storage and transit; fully equipped as a. pateni Fukl Maaofaotory, with enbetaatial buildings, raiiway sid.ngs, and Modem Plant with, an outpot of 40 tons per how, the whole so arranged as to reduce hand labour to a minimum. MESSRS. ST. QUINTIN and SON are instructed to SELL by AUCTION, at the Mast, Tokenhotnse-vard, E.C., on WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 1904, at 2 o'clock, the above valuable MANUFACTURING PREMISES, held for a term of 52 yeans, at a moderate rental, together with the nearly new Plant and machinery. Particulars and conditions of Sale may be obtained at the M'art, E.C.; of Messrs. Travels Smith, Braithwaite, and I Go. Solicitors, 4, Throgmort-oo -avenue, Loildon, E.G.; and of t-he Auotioneers, 50. Tread needle-street, London, E.C. 869 BY ORDER OF THE COURT.. IN THE MATTER OF THE BRYNDU AND PORT TALBOT COLLIERIES (LIMITED). SALE OF VALUABLE COLLIERY PROPERTIES In Glamorganshire and Carmarthenshire. MR. DAVID THOMAS ALEXANDER, of the Firm of Messrs. Stephenson and Alexander, the Person appointed by the Judge, is instructed to SELL by AUCTION (in one or more Lots, as may be determined at the time of Sale), on FRIDAY, the 8th day of JULY, 1904, at Two o'clock in the Afternoon at THE MART, TOKENHO USE- YARD, LONDON, E.C., the following Val uable Colliery Undertaking's, Situate in the Counties of GLAMORGAN and CARMARTHEN. 1, The Bituminous House and Gas Coal Colliery, known as THE BRYNDU COLLIERY. With an area of 769 ACRES, or thereabouts, of minerals; situate at Pyle, near Bridgend, Glamorganshire. 2. The Anthracite Colliery known as THE CAERBRYN COLLIERY, With an area of 546 ACRES, or thereabouts, of minerals and s-tuAte at Llandebie, near the Town of Llanelly, Car- marthenshire 3. The Steam and Anthracite Colliery known as THE EMPIRE COLLIERY, With an area of 1,035 ACRES, or thereabouts, of minerals, situate at Glyn- Neath, in the Vale of Neath, Glamorgan- shire, together with their Fixed Plant, Ma chin ary, Buildings' Siding's, &c., in working order, and which will be Sold as GOING CONCERNS, up to date of Sale. Plans, Particulars, and Conditions of Sale may be had upon application to John Bryant, Esq., Solicitor, Pontypridd Messrs. Wrent- more and Son, Solicitors, 29, Bedford-row, London, W.C. or to the Auctioneers, 5, High-street, Cardiff. I ALLAN LINE. TO CANADA, UNITED STATES, RIVER PLATE AND INDIA. (The only Line under Government contract for conveyance of Canadian Mails). SAILINGS FROM LIVERPOOL. July 7.—City of Madras, Colombo and Cal- cutta. July 7.-Parisian, Quebec and Montreal. July 9.—Carthaginian, St. John's Halifax, and Philadelphia. July 9.—Adalia, Monte Video, Buenos Ayies and Rosario. July 14.-Tunisian, Quebec and Montreal. OCEAN RATES To Canada, Saloon from £ 14. Second Cabin, L7 10s.; Third Class, P,3 Quebec, R4 Halifax. To India. L37 10s. and £ 27 10s. For full particulars apply to Allan's, 3, Leadenhall-street, London E.C., and 32, James-streot. Liverpoo AUSTRALIA. QEIENT-PACIFIC LINE. ROY AL MAIL STEAMERS From LONDON, PLYMOUTH, MAR- SEILLES and NAPLES to EGYPT, CEY- LON, AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND, and TASMANIA. Fortnightly Sailings. Tons. London. Marseilles. Orient 5453 '5th July 22ndjuly Orotava 5^57 ••• 29ih July 5th Aug. Oroya 6297 12th Aug. j"oth Aug. Ormaz 6465 -6th Aug. 2ncj Sept. Managers- F. GREEN & Co., ANDERSON ANDERSON & Co. Head Offices: 1-encburch Avenue, London. For Passage, apply to the latter firm at 5. Fenchurch Avenue, E.C. or to West End Branch Office, 28, Cockspur Street, S.W. 848 TSLE OF MAN.—BRIGHT, BREEZY, JL AND BRACING HOLIDAYS.—Doubel Daily Service, Week Days, Liverpool to Douglas, 10.30 a.m. and 2.30 p.m. Guide and List of Sea Excursions from Douglas to Dublin, Belfast, Glasgow, Black- pool, &c., Free (postage Id.)—ISLE OF MAN STEAM PACKET Co., Ltd., DOUGLAS. 860 o U N F 1 R E OFFICE FOUNDED 1710. FUNDS IN HAND— £ 2,386,659. For all particulars apply to the following Agents SWANSEA. Mr. H- S«wnci, Tan- nery CtoaaGftbers, Gower- street. Mr. Tracers Walter*. >> Messrs. H. C. Higman & uo., 1, NortAbajimpton- piace. Messrs. H. J. Gees and Co., 50-60, Wind-street Mr. J. A. Bishop, Union Chambers, Uuion-et. ABERAVON Mr. David E. Jones. BRJTON FERRY Mr. H H. Hunter. MUMBLES Mrs- Alice Orrm. PONTARDAWE. Mr. David Smith. PORT TALBOT. Mr. Enoch Thomas Mi U. G. W%«t, 3, Ynis-street. i A *° Advanced on note ot ob IV hand alune„' without bonds, pub- licity, 'r charges of any description what- ever unless business is done. No bills of sale, and the strictest privacy guaranteed. On receipt of application representative will wait upon you by appointment and advance you the amount required, repayable by easy instalments to suit your own convenience. Special1 rates for short periods.—Write (m confidence) to actual lender, G. Wells, Corri- uor C&axtbor~> LntcBirtor. EDUCATIONAL. T) ENDEEN OLLEGE, 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. Cert., (Daughters of the late J. T. Net tail, General Works Manager of Messrs. Vivian and Sons). REFERENCES: The Lady Swansea. Lady Monshaad, Forest Lodge, Binfield, Berks. iMttis. Wilmot, Audley Sidmouth, Devon. Mis6 Eden, The Bryn, Sketty, Swansea. Rev. Secretaa Jones, M.A., late Vicar of Oystermoutii, South Wales. Pupils are prepared for London Matricula- tion, University Locals, Associated Board (Royal Academy and Royal College of Mu- sic), Trinity College, College of Violiniote, Diploma (Teachers) and other examinations. 20 LANGLAND BAY. GIRLS' BOARDING & DAY SCHOOL, BELLEVUE, LANGLAND. NEAR SWANSEA Principals—The MISSES PHILLIPS. Assisted by Resident Certificated English and Foreign Governesses and Visiting Masters Preparation for Local Examinations- The House is pleasantly situated in its own grounds on a hill, and overooking the eea.^ The ensuing Term will begin WEDNES- DAY, APRIL 27th. 5 GIRLS' BOARDING & DAY SCHOOL, DUMBARTON. BRYN-Y MOR ROAD, SWANSEA. Principal—MISS GARLICK, A. C.P., Assisted by Certificated Resident French and English Governesses and Visiting Profes- sors. Pupils prepared for all Public Examina- tions. The House is well situated in its own grounds, close to beach and parks. BRYN HAULOG, LANGLAND ROAD, MUMBLES. DAY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. PREPARATORY BOARDING SCHOOL FOR LITTLE BOYS. Conducted by the MISSES POTTS (Daughters of a Clergyman). Pupils prepared for all Public Examinations. Highest references. Terms on application. SUMMER TERM COMMENCES MAY 9th. BOARDERS RETURN MAY 7th, 1904. THE MISSES POTTS are taking over the SCHOOL of the Misses PHILLIPS, Beile Vue, Langland Hill, in September, ela 0 and intend opening a Kindergarten Dtpart- ment hi "connection with the said School. MUSICAL. JJJR. T. J. DENNIS, A.R.C.O. (Organist and Chorister of Bethesda Congregational Church, Briton Ferry), Accepts Pupils in PIANOFORTE, ORGAN, SINGING AND THEORY. Pupils Prepared for Examinations. 21, QUEEN-STREET, NEATH. 30 ACADEMY OF MUSIC, 100, WALTER- ROAD MRS EDWARD FRICKER, MISS FLORENCE FRICKER, A.R.A.M., and MISS MINNIE FRICKER, L.R.A.M. Piano, Harp, Violin, Voice Training and Solo Singing, Harmony, Sight-Singing, Theory of Music, &c. DANCING, CALASTHENICS, &C. DANCING, CALISTHENICS, SPANISH AND PHYSICAL EXERCI3HS. GEDKEY HOUSE, ST. HELEN'S ROAD. "jYyT ISS CRAVEN has her Vacation during 1YJL the Summer Months. Classes re- sumed as usual in the Autumn. THE A BERA VON & PORT TALBOT BILLPOSTING COMPANY Undertake BILLPOSTTNG AND ADVERTISING In all its Branches. Mianager —Mr. P. P. JAMES. HANCER HOSPITAL (FREE) c FULIIAM-KOAll LONDON, S.W. Patients seen daily on their own applica- tion at TWO O'CLOCK.. Funds urgently needed for General Ex. penses and for the Research Department. Secretary, FRED. W. HOWELL. THE UNIVERSAL BILL POSTING GX). Rent the LARGEST POSTING STATIONS In Swansea and Surrounding Districts. Addres6 :-28, LOWER UNION-STREET, SWANSEA. PICTON MEWS, DILLWYN-STREET, SWANSEA. IX & T. BULLIN. Gate always ready. Wedding Carriages with Suitable Horses. Funeral Caniages Complete. Canada Free Grant Lands. The ALLAN LINE being under contract with the Government of Canada. for convey- ance of mails, anyone writing to the Coanpanv at 19. James-street, Liverpool, will obtain pamphlete, maps, and general information, Useful bo intending emigrants. Free of cost. 872 TRADE NOTICES. 138 A. J. CHAPPELL. FISHMONGER 4; OYSTER MERCHANT, POULTERER, DEALER IN GAME, te WIND-STREET, SWANSEA, AND AT NEWTON-ROAD, MUMBLES. Telegraphic Address-if Chappell, Swansea." Country Orders promptly attended to. CARRIAGE WORKS, FILHER-STREET, SWANSEA. Telepbone-0462. JOHN JONES & Co,, HIGH-CLASS YAN AND CARRIAGE BUILDERS. ORDERS BOB NEW WORK. GENERAL REPAIRS, PAINTING, TRIMMING, k, PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. MOTOR CAR INSPECTION PIT PROVIDED AND REPAIRb EXECUTED. *——— ——— =s NO HOUSE EQUALS DOWN & SON FOR RELIABLE FUR NIT U R E. THEY ARE THE LARGEST MAKERS BY MACHINERY IN WALES HAVE THE MOST EXTENSIVE STOCK TO SELECT FROM, AND GIVE TEUS BEST POSSIBLE VALUE. Carpets Made and Laid Free. ESTABLISHED NEARL Y HALF A CENTURY HIGH STiiEET & MORRIS LANE. SWANSEA. t The PhysiciW* H H 1 I 1 H 11 8 1H J R Ml Cure for\Gctt«^ R W Jj B k I k l ™fi BmL Jl KI Rheumatic Gout and Gravel. m i The Universal Remedy for Acidity of the Safestand most Stomach, Headache. Heartburn, Indigestion, f0T Sour Eructations, Bilious Affections. Delicate Femate? and the Sickness of^Pregaancy. mi r WORTH A GUINEA A BOX. § Strengthen the stomach, the Bowels, ? JiJ « '■ § « *3ur'^y an el Enrich the S/oodf and | Tone the whafo Nervous System. $= « BEECHAM'S PILLS contain no drug of mineral or metallic origin, but rgl g(' are purely vegetable, mild, beneficent, and sure. || They will restore you to health if you give them a chance. £ 1 BEECHAM'S PILLS are specially suitable for FEMALES of all ages. |f| S? ■ — ^very woman who values health should read ? instructions wrapped round each box. Sold everywhere, in Boies, labelled is. lid., oontiining 56 Pills, and 2E. ed., contabilng 168 Pith. BLACKPILL NURSERIES, NEAR SWANSEA. JAMES HARRIS Has a very fine Assortment of Evergreens and Decidwous Trees and Shrubs, Roses, Fruit Trees, Ac., in great variety, and well- selected to suit the neighbourhood. Having a very large Stock of the above, 11 shall be pleased U quote low prices to in-! tending Planters; alw Dutch Bulbs from the best growers in Holland and elsewhere. Catalogues and Special Prices for large quantities on application. Wreaths. Crowes and Cut Flowers fcr Harvest Festivals, &c., on shortest notice. Also Azaleas and other Greenhouse Plants. Address as above. NEATH AND DISTRICT BILLPOST- ING COMPANY —Late T. Wall. Offices .-—ASSEMBLY ROOMS, NEATH. Manager :—J. W. ROBINSON. Lessees and Proprietors of the best Posting Stations in Neath and District. Nature's Perfect Remedy for all kinds of NI, ornis. WO R M LOZENGES. For over 30 years this highly Valuable Remedy has met witu the greater «»ucce&i. The effect upon Weak, Deiicat. children (often given up as incurable) is ake Magic. Getting rjd of hllS tormenting pest." by tak- ine these Lozengos, the thin, pale-faotd, in- ammate Child becomes strong. h £ ;ilthy; and lively, the pride instead of the ansiety of liis guardians. Llangtnnech, near Llanelly, August 50th, 1872. Dear Sir,—My youngest daughter, Emma Ann, 13 yea-re of age, got rid of a great num- ber of worms by taking only three or four of WIIW, (Pontardawe) Worm Lozenges. I am glad to say that she has much improved in health, being previously lingering and delicaite in healt.i.—Yours verv truly, MARTHA GRIFFITHS, Late of Yniepenllwch. SYMPTOMS. — Any of the following Symptoms indicate worms: -variable appe- tite, foetid breatn. acid eructotions, poins in the stomach; nd head, sickness, grinding of the teeth during sleep, dreams and restless- ness, paleness of the countenance, stitches in the side, short dry cough, and emaciation of the body, often mistaken for decline, ner- vousness, slow fever, and irregular pulse faintness, sometimes convulsive lire, oh-en causing sudden death; dizziness, oore -thrkict, and inflammation of the bowele. The above I symptoms vary according to the kind of Worms.. The Lozenges contain nothing uetrinentai j tq the constitution, and are suitable for all; ages.. I Williams' (Pontardawe) Worm ^ozeng-es j are prepared from the Original Receipt Ly f JOHN DAVIES, M.R.P.S., Chemist, 20, J High-street. Swansea, and sold bv most chemists, at 9^d., lo^d., and 2s. 9d. per box; by post, 14 and 31 stamps. Protected bv the 'Government stamp, on which are en- f graved the words "Williams' Worm Loz-l eoges." Darlington's Handbooks J Ifc 1ft "Lord KnoUysis commanded by the King: to thank Mr. Darlington for a copy of the new e iition, so well got up, of 'London & Environs.' Nothing better could be wished for. British Weekly.' A brilliant book."—" Tho Times." Visitors to London, alJd Residents, should UH LONDON" Most empbatically tops them all." 1VT~I C. Cook & —' Daily Graphic' ^E. T. Cook, M-A. 4 Ed. Revised 5a. ENVIRONS- 24"Touted 60 IIlus., Maps & Plans I lOOIllus. Maps &Plan 5s. J 5a. NORTH WALES. 1 DEVON & CORNWALL. to Brighton, Etisibourne, Hast- ings, Bournemouth, Exeter, Exmouth. Sid- mouth, Dwiisli, Teignmp:xth, Torquay Paignton, Dartmouth, Dartmoor, Exiuoor Plymouth, Falnioath, P^namce, Newquiv' Clovolly, Ilfracombe, Lynton, MiM-ht,id,' ye ITaJle y, Severn Valiev. Bath, Weston- super-Mai'e, Malvern, Hereford, Worcester, .IN" n(i ror Gloucesrtei-, Llandrindod Wells. Llangollen, Abei-ystwyih, Towya, Barmouth. Dolgelly, rr1feC^' ^cc'-tv'h- Pwllheli, Llandudno, Irefriw, Colwyn Bay, Norwich Yarmouth, Lowcstoit, Norfolk Broads, Isle ot Wight, and Chaant-l Islands, should use DARLING- TON'S HANDBOOK, Is. each. Llangollen DARLINGTON and CO. London: SIMPKTN and 00. Paris and New York- BRENTANO'S. and all Booksellers. The Railway Bookstalls and all Bûoksei iers. PHOTOGRAPHS. — Beautiful Photo- graphs of Soeueiy, Ruins, etc.. in Italy, Greece, Turkey, Talestine, ajid Egypt, aiiso the English Lakes anH North Wak-tj, 18., ls. od., and 2<3. List Post I1 ree.—DARLING- TON and CO., LLANGOLLEN. f1 UPISS' CONSTITUTION BALLS Are an unfailing remedy (write for pamphlet). TESTIMONIAL. Russley Park. I have used Cu- piss' Constitution Balls for the last toa years, and have 111 u«i pleasure in testyfy- ing to the good "ef- fects they have had in improving the condition of Horses in training, particu- larly in the spring ana autumn months. MATT. DAWSON. For H 0 R s E S, G r e e s e Swelled Legs, Cracked Heels, Coughs, Colds, Staring Coat, Influenza, giving tone and vigour, and keeping high fed Horses in Health, &c For CATTLE anû SHEEP, in cases of Hova or Blown, Hide Bound, Loss of Appetite, Distem- per, Epidemic, &c. For Scouring in Calves, they are al. most infallible. Prepared upv/ards of 50 years by the late Francis Cupiss, M.R.C.V.S. Sold in Pack- ets, Is. 9d. and 3s. each, 7 small 10s. 6d. and ? htge lIs., by all Dentists and Druggists.