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SITUATIONS VACANT. Housekeepers Companions. WANTED. Working Housekeeper, age be. tween 30 and 30; comfortable home Address Box 30, "Daily Post." Swansea. 446b 5-6 11/ iUOvvhjR wantes respecta-ble Working f V. Housekeeper, middle age, salary mod- erate, with 'home comforts; encumbrance ob- jacMd.—Address Togo. "Daily Post," Swan- sea. 543b5-9 Cooks and Kitchenmaids. r^OOK-GKN-ERAL Wantsd, three in family; J Nurse-Housemaid kept.—The Bungalow, Sketty. 563b5-16 OOD Plain Cook Wu^Jed, age from 30 t- 40.—Apply 5, St. J a-mes's-crescent, Swansea. "17yAN'i El). Cook-General, also Housemaid. —Apply Mrs Oavill. 23, Walter-road, Swansea 319b5-5 \\T ANTED, Cook-General, reliable refer- enoe; Sundays free.—Apply G. Morris, Gower Inn. Paikroill 630b5-9 House and Parlourmaids. O EQTI" ED for Season, HousemaidrWait- refcsftc. IIon.se Generals, Cook Generals Kitchenmaids. Genesis Stamp.—Write par- ticulars, B. Church. House, Llandrindod 632b5-14 Nurses, T) EQTJTEED. immediately, an experienced, -K' trustworthy Nuree. for two little boys. -Apply Alexandra House, AJexaudra-rftsd, Swansea. 471b5-8 XX7ANTED, an experienced Nurse (uniform provided) for two ch'ldrou, aged respeo- timely six and 2i years; muS". have a kind, quiet manner. and good references.—pply Mra. Wyndham Thomas, Woodside, Neath. 398b5-6 Oenerttts. (3OOD Generaj Wanted; washing sent out. G -Apply 23. vhe prolnema,& 535b5-6 EiNERAL Wanted; ootTtTtry girl preferred; VX goxl wages—Mrs. Davies, Somerville, Bishopstone. 382b5-5 n_ENSRAl, Wanted, at once; allother maid kept; early riser and good references required^-Apply Pfynone Club, Waiter-road, Swansea. 5?0b5-9 ,G OOD General Servant required, age 18 to 20; must have good referenoes.-Apply Mrs. Bradford. Draper, 38, Oxford-street, Swansea. 53.3b5.Jí OOD experieonoed Gener&l Wanted, small G family; able to do plain cooking andt washing: state reference; comfortable borne; good wages—Atrs .L.oyd. Brynglas, Maea- teg. 294b3-4 WANTED, good General; three in family. —Apply 37, Rryn-roadw Swansea. 568b5-9 WANTED, a. Genee^j Servant; no child- W ren-A, 2. Bryu-y-Mor-crescent, Swansea. 422b5-4 Ty ANTED. Young General; fond of chilT dren. Apply •So, P-hyddiligs Park-road, Swansea 476b»-8 WANTED, a respectable airTT^~Geneial Servant.—Apply lo. ^chard-street, 8wansea 335b3-4 1;yANTED, experienced General^Ser^^? good references.—Apply Batla Villa', Morriston. 8C7b6-5 "T/17ANTED, a good General Servant.—Apply Mrs Harris, Fruiterer, "Woodfield-st., ITorriaton 569b5-9 A,NTfii-t res-pectab-leGe-neral-Se-rvant. Il -Appiy Mrs. J. Ereeguajd, 31, Ijondon- Toad. Neaih. 184b5-8 T\,TANTFI>. a good General, used to chil. dren.—Apply Arc Ilea Hotel. Quay Par- ade, Swansea 475b 5-8 w A-NTED. 0-uiig General Servaut, 7-50 to T. 2.33. Bryn-ro^j.—Apply Box 8. "Daily Swansea. v 381b!).õ at good General Servant. -Apply Spainish Consulate, 197, St. •Uelon'e-i'oad. Swansea. 375b5-5 ANTED. a good~General Servant.-Apply Mrs Deggots. Remnant Warehouse. óO. Higb-o;troot. Swansea. 416b5-6 "yyANTED, experienced GeneraL^-App ly after 6 P.m., Mrs Radford, 6. Gwydr- e8°ent. Uplands, Swansea. 523b5-9 TyANTED, in small family, a clean, re- epectable General Servant Apply Davies, 12, Promenade. Swansea. 279b5-3 TV AN TEL. a Young Girl, as General7must be thoroughly clean. — Apply Miss Jones. 7, South-terrace. Neath. 453b5-8 Yy ANTED, ai once, a respectable" GiiT v about 20; sleep in.—Apply 43. Norfolk- street, Mount Pleasant, Swansea. 426b5-7 ANTED, a g'X>d, clean Girl, for General Houserwork, a few hours each mom- trg.-Appty 75, Windsor-load, Neath. 396b5-6 ^7S7 ANTED, resptotable Girl, for Housed v work; sleep out.-Apply Finsbury House. 47. Finsbury-terrace. Swansea. 324b5-4 ■yyANTED, good Serraiit, sober, and used to children; a good home for middle- agsa person.-Addres.s 93. Windisor-road.. Neath. l703n5-9 TyANTED, trustworthy Person Greneral. williug to assist in Bar occasionally.— Apply Mrs. Anderson, Nag's Head Hotel, Mumbles. 462b5-14 WANTED, a respectable General Servant; t two in family; washing out; email house.—Apply 25 Aylegbury-road, Swansea. 52lb>") WAITED, strong, clean Girl, about 16, for W housework; sleep out; good references Apply by letter only, Sander, 1. Wind-st., Swansea, 14953d.b.3-9 ANTED, for a few months, a good Gen- W eral Servant; must be good plain cook; two in family.—Apply 2, Brynmill- creaoent, Swansea 443b5-6 "0.7ANTED, a sharp Girl, about 16, for light -VV. household duties, and willing to karn the Bar; sleep home.-Apply Hotel. "Daily Post," Swansea.. 5C8b5-8 TtTANTED. for email family, good. strong f General Servant; country girl pre- ferred; Nurse kept—9, Gwydr-crescent, Swan- sea. 325b5-5 \yANTED, a strong Young Woman, for » »- iiitchen and hoasework.—Apply after 4 p.m., Mr3. Lockley, Albert Restaurant, Swansea 803b5-5 "\y ANTED, General; good references re- quired; knowledge of plain cooking.— Apply 10, Cleveland-terrace, Walter-road, Swansea. 334b5-4 ly ANTED, at once, a Girl, about 18 years of age, to do housework; washing given out; throe in family; reference re- quire.-Apply Mrs. Cchen. Morriston. 474b5-8 WANTED, clean, strong Girl, about 17, for general housework; sleep home; must liw within reasonable distance. Apply 20, Kensington-terrace, Swansea, 539bo-9 WANTED, immediately, thoroughly W capable Servant, for general work; good home for suitable girl.—Apply Mrs. Charles Evans. Newsagent, etc., 72, Bryn-y- Mor-road, Swansea. 466bS-g "g"BS. Llewellyn Howell, Registry Office for i.'id. Servants (of ali classes); also ^oung Girls Entrance. Mr. Parry's side door, 62. Oxford-street, Swansea. 495b6-8 Miscellaneous Situ tions. APPRENTICE Wanted—Apply J. Stanley Johnson. Carver and Gilder, Church- street, Swansea. 4é8b5-8 A GENTS Wanted to Bell Cooper Cooper's A Toas; large oommission offered. — Apply Manager. 16, Union-street, Swansea, 465b5-8 A Local Representative Wanted; excellent opening; suit active man desiring re- munerative employment for spare time.- Address Box 9J, "Ifculy Post," Sv.a-isaa. 400b5-6 BEN EVANS a"ttd Co., Ltd., Swansea, have Vacancies for a Machinist, aleo clever Coat and Alteration Hands for Mantle Work- room.—Apply personally. 417b5-4 DOUBLESS. FTIRNACEMEN, Wanted. at Garnanl; Tin-piate Works.—Apply at the Works 1689n5-3 DRAPERY.—A smart Young La^ly re- quired; sierve throngh.—T. D Rob- erts. 9-3, Bryn-y-Mor road, Swansea. 493b5-8 VE.NING Employment.—Hundreds of Men E have three or four hours to spare daily, and could in that time earn a substantial addition to their income If you wish to take a-civantage of a genuine offer of even- iuf work address for particulars.—List, "Daily Post." Swansea. 14938d.b.5-9 r"\ Ri^3S M AKIN G.—Wanted, Apprentices J r"\ Ri^3S M AKIN G.—Wanted, Apprentices — I-' Apply Mis3 Brader. 13. Heathiield-et., above SiedJe, Photographers 369b5-29 DliEJsSMAKING. — Wanted, immediately, j Apprentices and Improvers.—Apply M Be-yarn, 10. Hanover-street, Swansea.. 293b 3-6 I J) RESSM A KING — Wanted, immediately. Apprentices r/nd Improvers.—Apply Mrs. Gritlin, 58, TraTalgar-terraoe, Swan- sea- 323b5-4 rj.ROCE'RY and Provisions—Wanted, sharp Lad, a6 Apprentice; i,lso good Imnrov- er—Apply Arthur Adams. Castle Stores, ^aadoro. 363b5-5 TNDIA Rubber Tra,dc. -Wanted, expert Assis- tant- Address Andenson, ADdereon, and, Anderson, L/t-cL, 21, Caetle-sbreet, Swansea. 562b5-^ TNSTJRANCE Collector and Canvasser L Wanted; none but workere need apply. Book srivm suitable maa—Apply 4, Heath- field-etreet. Swansea. 537b5-9 AyURSEIlY-GOVERN ESS Wanted v/here IN Nurse is kept, every afternoon, for two liatle boys; no teaching required, but must be fairly well educated, and some knowledge of French prt ?er: ^0.—Apply, with full par- ticulans, Mrs. vvilliam Gibbins, Garthmor, Neath 249b3-j QHAKP FVrand Boy Wanted.—Apply J- W. Jo lies, 5. Heatihfie ld«treet. Swansea. | 373b5-5 Ty ANTED, sharp Youth.—Apply 93, High- street, Swansea 331b54 \yANTED, Laundry Woman.—Apply Mrs. Woods, Rheanva. Swansea-. 430b5-6 WANTED. Choirmaster, for All Saint's Church. Kilvey—Apply Vicar. 54ob5-9 "Vy ANTED, respectable Woman, to do Wash- » » ing —pply o. Gore-terrace, Swansea. 547b5-9 WANTED, at ones, an experienced Coffee w Room Waitress—Apply Royal Hote', Swansea 432b5-4 yyANTED, respectable Lad; one just left school—Apply B Davies, Pfynone Stores, Swansea. 371b5-5 yy ANTED, Painter a.nd Grainer, at OIlOO- -Apply by letter. G. Davies. 3, New- street, Ferudale 402b5-6 Xy ANTED, au experienced Gard-enex. Apply, with references, Dr. Mitchell. Gorseinon, Gla.morgau, 437b5-0 ANTED, Apprentices and Improvers, to » T Dreesmaking—Apply N. Evans, 7. Ha-nover-street, Swansea. 431b5-6 \yANTED, smart. resi>eotable Errand Hov. VV -Apply Kirk, Fruiterer, 74, Bryn- Mor-road. Swansea 260b>> WANTED, at once, a good Quarryman; f t none bnt experienced men need apply. -Hill and Jones, Contractors, Clydach, R.S.O. 453b5-8 ANTED, by good Laundress, Pannily's Washing; good drying ground.—Ad- drees Laundress, "Daily Post," Swansea. 507b5-8 yy ANTED, smart Lad, as Errand Bor; one v/ho has just left school preferred,. -Apply Kardomah, 232, High-street, Swaji- "iyANTED, smart, reliable Junior Clerk; wages to commence 12s. 6d. weekly.- Write fully to C. B., "Daily Post." Swan- sea- 50b5-9 Painter, at once; constant job » to saitable man. State age and wages required. — Gockwell Bros.. Coachbuilders, Aberavon 526b5-9 yy ANTED, I-illwright. must be competent and sober man, aaid able to do Smith work.—Apply Yet.alyfera. iron Co.. Ltd. Glamorgan. 1692n5-5 yyORJTlNO Partner required, with Four Pounds, start aft; once; good results to ensrgetic man—Wri^e, first instance, Money "Daily Post," Swansea 5fCb5-9 WANTED. Office Boy, not under~15~know- W ledge of shorthand preferred— State age, experienos, if any. and wages required, to Auction, "Daily Post: Swansea. 455b5-8 WANTED, at onoe, strong, tidy~Young W Woman. age 23-25, able to wash; must be early riser; references required.-Apply Williams, Police Station. Oxford-street, Swan- sea. 54U05-9 W ANTED, respectable You thT^about 15 or 16, as Apprentice to Hairdressing traie; thorough tuition given, especially Ha.iroutting and Sthaving.—Jones, Alexan- dra-road, Swansea. 442b5-6 "ty^ANTED, respectable Boy, for Account- ant s Office, knowledge of shorthand. and must write well-Apply, in own hand- writing, stating wages, to Chartered, "Daily Post Oliieee, Swansea* 451b5-4 X/yANTE^D, a first-claws Roll Turner, for W' six mills, to take entire cliaTge, ac- customed to odd sizes; none but thoroughly experienced men need apply—State age and full particulars to Turner, "Daily Post," Swansea 17G2n5-9 '"TA'qTBD. for the Hosiery Trade, about v I 50 Knitters and Learners, all machines *CT1 by power con slant employment and go:>d wages are assured to suitable appli- Ca.ntB:-Apply Personally or by letter, to D E. Williams and Co., Park Mills, Lla,nd,ilo. 464bo-8 W AXTFiD', energetic Men, as Sanii.ta.ry Inspectors. Salaries £ 130 to £ 350. Several hundred vacancies annually. Com- plete course, correspondence tuition, 215., payable by two instalments. Prospectus free.-Swphoos. Science Teacher, Oxford- road), West Bromwicb. 733a5-5 YOUNG Man Wanted, for Garden work, and make himself generally useful; live in—Samuel Hose, Black pi 11. Swansea. live in—Samuel Hose, Black pi 11. Swansea. 243b5-5 I YOXTNG Man Wanted. 35s per week and comniaaiom, regular work, splendid opening.—Address Compo Works, Bolton, Lanes. 470b5-8 "yOUNG Man Wanted, used to driving pony, J- and make himself generally useful— Apply, with reference, Alexandra La,•]nary 00.. De-la-Beche-street. Swansea. 361b5-5 2 Girls Wanted, for the Mineral Water Fac- tory and Bottling Stores.—Apply T C. Young. Wine and Spirit Merchant. Neath 537b5-6 jj?0 WEEKLY.—Evening or Spare Time Em- 0*4 ployment, anywhere, offered to any- person who can write.—For particulars send addressed envelope to L. Pr.ynter and Co., (Dept. 6), 73, Mysore-road, Clapham. Ijondon. 401b5-6 -.n.. SITUATSONS WANTED. A Lady wishes to recommend her Gover- ness for Morning engagement; good English and Music; Elem. French and Draw- ing.-Address Box 44, "Daily Post." Swansea. 469b 5-8 AJIDENER wants Situation, 25 years' prao- G tical experience in all branches of gardening; single—Address G., "Daily Post," Swansea 340b 5-5 f 1ARDENER, second or otherwise, age 25. X sing's, ei™ht yea<rs' experience in good establishir-ents; good references; well recom- mended.-Apply to D. Beale, 1, Hairy-Street, Skctty, Swansea-. 522b5-9 HAIRDRESSING.—Smart Gent's Hand re- -n- quires Situation in Swa.nsea; out- doors—Wi'ite Hairuressei; "Daily i^ost," Swansea. 636b5-9 PENSIONER seeks Employment; 30 years' P reference. Apply Pensioner, c.o. Evans, Newsagent. Skewen, Neath. i703n5-9 SITUATIONS Wanted as General .Servants, £ 5 for several strong country girls.—Mrs. Coster, Registry, Gloucester. 399b5-6 maai; ap.,ed QECOND Gardener, or Journeyman; aged 24; experienced in fruit and plant cul- ture, etc well recommEnded,; disengaged- Williams, Castle Cottage, Goodrich, Ross, Herefordshire. 4 £ 0bo-8 \yANTED, couple of days Cleaning—Apply • Davies, 26, Rodney-street, Swansea 439b^-8 yy ANTED. Situation as Working Honse- keeper; good reference—Address Llew- ellyn, Post Ofiice. Aberavon. 2?5b5-4 yyANTKD, Situation as Groom, Ooach- » » man, or Ostler, single, aged 37, die- engaged May 15th. — William, Tabor House, Llans.2.mlP,t. 527b5-9 WANTED, by respectable Young WomaaT few days Washing or Cleaning, or Offices to clean—Apply St. Helen's Cottage, Vincent-street, Swansea. 440b5-6 YOUNG Man, 2C, abstainer, with good re- ferences, seeks re-engagement as Driver or Coachman; lioemsed for passeng- ers—Write Driver, "Daily Post," Swansea 415b5-4 HOUSES WANTED. WANTED, by the 29th T'ttay, a small House, v f must be central—Address Central, "Daily Post," Swansea. 322b5-4 WANTED, 4-roomed House, in good local- ity, moderate rent—State full par- ticulars to M H., "Daily Post," Swansea. 477b5-8 "yyANTED to Rent, 4 or 5-roomed House, Sketty or neighbourhood—Address, Sketty. c.o. Charles E-vans, Newsagent, Bryn- y-Mor-road, Swansea. 434b5-6 yyANTED. Furnished Cottage, Mumbles. Bishopston, or Gower, for Augasc month.—Write, stating terms, Cottage "Daily Post," Swansea.. 424b5-6 MISCELFWANEOUS WANTS. TTJAST-ED, £ 2,5C0 on mortgage, good *eo>;r. v 1 ity —Addreao Mortgage. "Daily Post, fc'.vajisea. 25Lh5-.« ANTED, a Baby's Cot, in good oondp- tt tion, cheap—Apply 37, Corse-kune, Swamssa 326b5-4 "S^fANTED, Flat Hawker's Oart, to suit »y Pony 13.2 hands.—Write Hawker, "Da.ily Post," Swajieea. 5C3b5-8 \yANTHD, second-hand Gent's medium- VV size Leather Hand Bag; cheap—Reply Enquirer, "Daily Post." Swansea. 242b>5 C, WANTED7o~Hire or Purchase. Horse and Trolley, carry ton; lowest price. —Address Trolley, "Daily Post, Swansea, 535b5-9 yy ANTED, any quantity of Sunlight and Lifebuoy Soap Wrappers, at 2d. per' dozen.—Harris. Grocer, etc., Albion House, Pontardawe. 254b5-5 yy ANTED, someone in or near Pontar- dawe, to give evening lessons in Book- keeping and Shorthand— Harries, Albion House, Pontarda we. 254b 5-4 yy ANTED, second-hand Cycle, frame not less than 27in. State age, price, make, original cost, and where visible.—Write Cycle, Daily Post," Swansea. 564b5-9 WANi;^ to Purchase, in South Wales. Fried Fish and Chip Business; im- mediate fuil particulars first letter.—Ad- dress Fleh. Poet, Swansea. 437b5-4 /^OUC'H, second-hand, Wanted^ must i>3 in y cle.au condition, and cheap—Particu- lars to Couch. "Daily pcgc,. Swaueea. 100n5-5 MISCELLANEOUS. "VTOTICE to Tradesmen and Others — I ■LI hereby give notice that I will not be responsible for any debt or debts contracted by my wife, Mary Allen, after this date 1st May. 19:J6.-ISigne<!) Hugh Allen. 18, Canai Side, Neath; Witness. Edmund Davies. 17COn5-9 i?0A a Month can be made with £ 10L^FOT ^particulars add-ess "Candroe." 154 LewienhaU-street. London. 404bo-12 PROPERTY FOR SALE AND ] TO LET. fOR SALE, 17. Edwardrstreet, Swansea, a seven-roomed. House, cellar and attic and stable; 66 years' lease; splendid place, for business —Apply wiihiii- 38Cbo-6 — — 9-ROOMED House for Sale, every convoni- tnce; yood opportunity for investment; purchase money ). Stamp reply Ad- dtTess Long Lea^e, "i>aaly PoAt," Swaaisea. ISlb5-4 I^OR SALE or to Let, two substantial, well- built 8-rooJiod Houses—Apply M. Thomas, o, Stajiey-ioad. Skewen. 389b5-6 BSYNHYFRYD — Members of Building Societies and oihors.—F°r Sale. 12 Coi- taff.s. tcgether or singly, price ,Í;,HY.) ea.cb.- Particulars, Higman and Co., Auctioneers 36c05 6 MllRADOR-<^ES^ENT—For~SaIe, exoci).^ modern 8-rojmed House, with oiith (hot and cold;, in gcod order; early poezss SiOii; moderate pric.—Particulars. Higmau, and Co.. Auctioneers. \/f ARLBOROUGH-ROAD. Compact 7. ■Ui roomed House and PremiM*. in good order, with early possession. for- Apply Higmau and Co., Auctionefra TO LET. 12, Northampton-place, 51, St, Helen'e-road 3V. Walter-road. 1, North- ampton Gardens; immediate possession,— Higmau and Co.. Auctioneers, Swansea. BSYN-Y-MOR-TERRACS—Excellent House, -D in splendid order, for Sale.—Particu- lars. Higman and Co.. Auctioneers. I A RGYLE-STREE-T — Shop and Dwelling, house, cfniral situation, B't't any Dull- ness, for Sale.—Particulars, Higma-n and Co., Auctioneers, Swansea, 31f>b5-6 IOCX-UP Confectionery Busitifss for Dis- posal, with Stock or without—Apply A^ T. Henwood 64, Oxfordrstreet, Swansea, 42Sb5-5 'po be Sold by Private Treaty, the desir- J- able leasehold Cottage Nos 4- 5, and 6. Benthali-place, St. Thomas. Swansea. let at 6s. each per week; length of lea^o, 75 years.—Apply to Miss James, 2. Weston, Tenby. J77b5-6 FOR SALE, by Private Treaty, two newly, built Cottages; reasonable ground rent; cart road at pine end. and ground to build stablr-s if desirable—Apply Davia J-*1^'as, Wcodland-road. Pontardawo. rr and 57, Bryn-road. semi-dotached Vij, 559 lag for Sale, large gardens, uninter- rupted view of the Bay. App»y 11. Bryn- road, Swansea. KW>5-3 n Bryn-road for Sale, 11 rooms, » light, ne-,v bath-room, new tikxi grates, of-tc.-Apply en premiseg- 505b5-8 FOR SALE. Leasehold Comer Hous?. close to electric trams; price £ 325—Address Landlord. "Daily Post," Syansea »»9b5-9 FOR SALE, Leasehold House, in He.nover- street, and 2 ijeasehoid Houses in Bond- street, Swansea-, all in excellent repair and let to respectable tenants.-Apply :Dcvid M. Thomas, Estate Agent, Rutland-street, Swaji- eeo. 567b5-Q FOE SALE, 2 Freehold Houses, at Brynhy- frydK near Swansea; let to very good tenants; situated close to the new trcum ex- tension—Apply David M. Thomas, Estate Agcoiit, Rullaad-etree.),, Swansea. 567b5-8 CLil1 11 J M!SOELLAMEOUS SALES. "I^OR SALE. Sewing Yac-hine, in good work- -1- lug order, 30s—Apply Machine, Poet." Swansea. o35b5-6 77X3R SALE, several Mail Carts; to be sold A at a very low rate—Bradbury and Co., Ltd., 7, Alexandra-road, Swansea^ 496b5-8 ITiOR SALE, quantity of Firewood, to be Sold cheap; also Wire Netting—Apply Auckland, 47, Iligh-street-, Swansea. 277b5-3 FOR SALE, St, B^ma-rd Dog. spflendid pedigree, cheap to a good home—Apply Luxmore, 6-a.. Goajt-stree,, Swansea. 4t*5b5-S VOR SALE, 5s. -cach, Welsh Tarr. 1>uv. -A- five weeks old. good strainAppiy ) Thomas, 679, Ncath-road. Liaaeamlet i636n5- FOR SALE, Wagonette, to seat 9; cheap to immediate i,rcbaser. Apply 127 High-street. Swansea. a FOR SALE, a second-hand Piano, in ex- cellent condition. gor>d maker; price £ 5 Can be seen a-t 37. Henrietta-street, ^wanse.a. 41jb5-t FOR SALE. magnificent Sideboard, almost new; ocet 40 ?uinea £ will sell on^ap.— Address Pearl, "Daily Post" Office Swansea. TT^OR SALE, at onoe. second-hand Piano- forte, £ 5 or best oifer; must sell— Writs Bat gain, "Daily Post," Swansea. 528b5-9 J^OR SALE^ Sewing Machine (Bradbury), -5 hand or foot; no reasonable offer re- fuseci—Apply 54, Prmoe of Wales-road, Swan- sea. 5461)5-9 I {70R SALE, a handsome dark bay Pony, J- very fast trotter 13.2, age 5 years; prioa £ 22—Apply David Thomas, Fruiterer, Gower- ton. Z9ab5-4 "POR SALE, Lurch er Dog, 13 months old, welj trained in good condition; a bar- gain.-Apply Lurcher, "Daily Post. Swan- gea 513b5-8 E70R SALE, two Stanhope Wagonettes, equal -A to new; ako Market Cart; bargains for cash.—Palmer and Eva-as. Brunswick-street. Swansea ;)6-505-6 T^OR SALE, a useful Bay Horse Cob, thick- X set, about 14 hands, quiet, and a good worker-YM\ Butcher, Port Tennant-road, Swansea. 542b5-9 TPOB SALE, an American Cooking Stove, with all aectssories. good as new; will sell cheap. Appiy 253, Carmarthen-road. Swansea. ^k>b5^ XT'OR. SALE, Seed Potatoes, about 5cwt.. 1 Pearoe's Excelsior. 4s. F*r cwL-Apply 0. Matthews, Park View. West- Cross near a-4 Swansea 43665-4 170?.. SALE, gome Wood aDd Galvanised Builddngs. good condition, and snjj;a.bl-e for re-erection—Address Wood, "Daily Post," 1.ffansea, 457b 5-8 FOR SALE. g<),cf;_ epring Tip Cart; also a- quantity of n&eful Timber, and a Grand Accordeon.—Apply 2, Byng-s-t, Landore, Swansea. 473b5j? FOP- SALE, a really good Seccmd-handi Light J- Amore.in Buggy, Rubber Tyres, nearly new; a bargain Apply Vczey and Co., Ltd., Swansea. 502b5-8 TpOR SALE, 12ft Pitchpine Counter, with Drawers (marble el»h top;—Apply Thomas, Valuer. Rutland Housa. P.utland- street, Cwajisea. 22i438b5-6 T?OR SALE, Fixtures, consisting of Counter and Shelves, well-seasoned wood, rea- sonable price.—Address Fixtures, "Daily Post." Swansea. 4Z706-6 X^OR. SALE, strong Bay Mare, five years old, about 14.2, quiet in saddle and har- ness. ana pass all tra.ffic.-Apply 7, Walter. road, Swansea, 441b5-6 FOR SALE, smart Turn-out, Flat Hawking -L Oart. Cob 15 hands. and Harness; aleo Potato Peeler. all nearly new.-W. Derrick, Brynhyfryd. Swansea. 4&}b5-S FOR SALE, handsome thick-eet Pony, 13 A haaids, 6 years; also Trap and Harness; will sell separately; bargain—Apply 1-8, Ken- sington-orcsoent. Swansea- 459b5.8 IpOR SALE, Portion of Furniture, includ- ing Large Dining-room Table, Sofa, and. Pier Glass, in g'.Mxl condition.—Apply 5, Bay -View-crescent, Swansea,. 449b5-6 I^OR SAIj;, Bay Mare, rising 5 years, 15.1 h.h., warranted sound, quiet, in all harness; vet. examination; price £ 26—Apply 3, New Orchard-street, Swansea 423b5-6 "pOE SA^E^ctive Hoi-se, 15.2. S years, quiet J-1 ia ail '♦ess. wajranied sound; price £ 10; suit brake proprietor or ilaulier. Apply 17, Ea:oa-road. brlt-nhyfryd. }^0R SALE, two heavy Cart, Mares; also two smart-Cobs; cheap—Apply ThJDO-, ghue, S6, Sta'.io'-road, I.lanelly. 529b5-9 "L"'OR .-ALE, useful Cart ilor.re, staunch workrr in chains or shafts; suit far- nier or haulier; no further use; to be sold cheap—Apply 11. York-street. Swansea 251b5-5 FOR SAI.E, goodt Pony and Flat Hawking F Cart and Harness; also nice Trap, suit gentleman; Set of Trap Ha.rnesa.-Apply G. L. Evams, 59. Orchard street, Swansea. 6CSb5-? J1."OR SAI.E, Genera] New Household Furni- t-ure, Bedroom Suites, etc., at a sacri- fice for cash; genuine bargain; delivered i free.—Writa Suite, "Daily Post," Swansea. 544b5.9 Ij^Oa SALE, £ 5^3 Life Policy, w"th pr-fits, in Sun Oirtce; annus 1 premium £ 17 lis. v-d.; xge 42. tlirer ^'ta-rs paid; good invest- meht—Tenders to Bo* 43, "Daily Poet," Swansea. 45Gb £ -8 "L^OR SALE, Go-repated Iron Chapel, with PJWS to aeenmno-date 500, Pipe Organ, Pulpit Heating Apparatus, etc.: will sell complete or separaSeiy—Appr.iy Sims, 20, A1 emuder-3t reei. N'taih. 250b5-4 I"^IV i->?TJLL Boer Engine (equal to new) and Piping eomplete, for Sale, cheap lo au immodcate purcha«ser, owner "having no furt)fr use for same.—Write Bargain, "Daily j'oet," Swansea 538b5-9 Oil SA E, two first-claas Ralli Trap6, one .r. rubber tyres with lamp and cushions oomplete; Ono Set of Brown double-stitched Harness; aiso a Double Set and Single Sets; ono Sprint Tip Cart, -tqual to new; also ladders, cieap to clear.-W. Merriman, 1. Crole-street. back of Tenby Hotel. Walter- road, Swansea. 434b5-8 A few .sho?-soiledi Machines to be Sold at A less thtu hair price— Bradbury and Co., Ltd.. 7t Alexandra-road, Swaildca. 496b5-8 BAT Horse for S.ale, 16 handb. good in ail harness, eight years old; sell if de- sired with htrnees—T Roach, Ooal Mer- chant, 1, Bie'rw rdson-street, Swaaisea. 525n5-4 CCHICKENS fcr Sale, 3 weeks old, perfectly J healthy. ,n f.mall or large quantities— J. Turner, 26. G\tl-ocd, Melincrythan, Nea-ih. 2A2b5-5 EGG:S from niguificent pen prize-bred Barred E-oc^a. 4s. dozen, no better blood obtainable. Unl-.rtiles replaced—WiHiams. Courthouse, Parimill, Swansea. 373b5>5 MILK—13 Gallons delivered m Swansea .1.. daily.—Wirt* Milk, "Daily Post," Swan- sea 329b5-4 1\-f"AIIjCART for two for Sale; will sell cheap; good condition.—Apply 47, Wil- liam-stice', Swansea, 383b5-6 MILK! MILK'!—For Sale, about 17 gallons of Milk, delivered Victoria Station, Swansea, daily. Wrnted, immediate buyer. —Address Cream. "Ii-ally Poet,' 'Swansea. 552bM SET Gig Havrness alid Riding Saddle, new, taken in exchange-, will sell cheap.- T. Hill. Hay and O rn erohant, Carmar- then-road. Swansea. — 555b5-9 TYPF'.WRrrF-R for S^e. in splendid con- T dition. Will be Ilmt on approval— Write Typewriter, "Datt. Post." Swansea. 512h5-8 TO be ^o!d, cheap. Cou^ter^ aad 3-pull Beer Engine, Piping an^ Taps complete— W-rite Counter, "Daily Swansea. t 517b 5-? rpo secure loa"yf.>n pre'^rtyGood Bond .1. for &ale. fc^erai ye*r» paid up. Ueau- ine.-Apply Bondholder, I "South Wales Daily Post," Swansea. oISdS-s1 -= TO BE LET-BUSINESS PREMESES TX) I.ET, "Neath Arms, Morriston (Beer- house; g:x>d trade—Apply Wm Han- cock and Co., Ltd., Little Wind-street. Swan- sea. 60b4-30 rp0 LET, Miners' Arms, N-eath, feiHale license, good srt&biir.g; immediate pos- seesion; easy krms.-Apply A. W. Curry, 26, Qu-een-etre-et, Neath 379b3-5 rro LET, the Bird-in-Ha-nd Inu, Waunarl- 1' ydu. single license situated in best Position. Commands good trade- Immediate Poss.stsi on—Address Bird, "Daily Poet," Swansea. 1690n5-4 A/TORRISTON—To Let, convenient Pre- niisee, with boiler, etc., suitable for saw mills or other put-poses-, low rental— Apply Tyrpenry Saw Mills. 244b5-5 T\TEATH—To Let, opposite Market, ootu- N, modious Premises, suitable for Tem- P,e.ra,ue-e Hotel, Ironmonger, etc — Apply Sim*. 20, Alexander-street, Netvai. 150b5.4 snop and Dwelling House to Let. 30, Upper — Waterloo-street—Apply H. Goldberg. 3, Cambrian-place. 513b5-8 CWANSEA.—To Let. Lock-up Sbop, in ttasi. n-"Ss part of Osfcrd-strc&t.—Apply for further particulars to Frederick F. Meager. Auctioneer. Estate ^-sent. etc.. 7. place. Swansea. Cor. TeL No. 335. 137975d.b 12-3a. rPO LET, 2-stall Stable, King Edward-road. -*■ Swansea—Apply 15, Victoria-terrace, Swansea 4?9b5-P = TO LET-HOUSES. rro IET. No. 4. Cialvert-terra.ee; possefieion — 24th of .June.-Apply 166,. King Edwards- road, Swansea. 24lb5-5 rpO LET. small House and Garden, in Nich- cil-aitj-cet immediate possession, by arrangement—Apply 23, NichoU-str&et, Swain- Sea. 313o5-5 TO LET, Cottage, 4, Gasweil-street, tour ■ rooms, with back kitchen, nice garden. -Ap-p ly Clarke, Grocer, 4. Beach-street, SwaD- sea.. 321b5-4 1 'T'O LET. at Murton, Bishopston, Spring Col- T tage. with Ga/r-den.—F'or particulars apply Mrs t-tephens, 16, Victoria-avenue, ilumbles 247b5-5 rpO LE"!1, 6-roomed House, 2. WorcesFter-ter- • race, Murton-roadv Newton, Mumbles; rent ..£.15, landlord paying taxes—Address Stevens, 2. WorcesteT-plaoe, Swansea. 565b5-9 rro LET, Twrynyrodin House, Llansamlet, J- containing 3 Recaption Rooms and Five Bedrooms, bath room (hot and cold), kitchen and usual officas. good Garden land can be had.-Apply Kirkho-use, Alaeemelin. Neath. "K^URNISHED House to Let, immediatsly, ri in Lantlpmd-road, Mumbles— App y Dahne, fvolioitor, Victoria. Buildings. Swan- sea. 249 bM O OWE?! COAST.—Small Furnished House to C3 Let, by the month or longer periods Terms and particulars on application.-A. Spring Cottage. Port Eynon. R.S.O.. Glam 470b5-3 f ANGLAND BAY. — To Let, Furnished, Rothcrbank, close to sea. 7 bedrooms, bath room (hot and oold water), two sitting rooms, Kitchens, eto— Apply Mrs. Williams, Tyarygra.ig. Swansea. 43Sb5-6 "JV"EATH.—House to Let, healthily situated, 7, Teonard's-terrace; immediate entry. —Apply 7. Queen-street, Neath. 296b5-4 ]VJ" EATII—House to Let. in superior con- dition—Apply at No. 2 or 4, Edward- st-wet, Nea.th.-Write to 123. Port Tennaait- road, Swansea. 311b5-5 "JWTEATH.—To Let, at Midsummer. Villa Sesi- N dence (Gwynfa), facing Victoria GAT- dens; pleasantly situated—Apply J. Cook Rees, Architect, Neath. 14946n5-6 NEATH—To Let. Welland Villa, Penoeira- N road, pleaisant'y B. tuated, oveTio x' 14 harbour and town; moderate rent; with or without Stable and Coach-hou •>) -AT,ptv, Sims, 20. Alexander-street, Neat-h. 25aL5-5 PEN MA EN—To Ijet, Furnished. Bay View p Cottage, for month of June.—Apply Mrs. Andrew, 22. St. Helen's-road, Swansea U6b5-J APARTMENTS TO LET, BRYN-EOAD—'Well-furniehed Apartments, B comfor.ta.ble home, beoiutiful view, every convenience, good oooking and attend- anc2, n" children—M.H., "Daily Pest." Swan- sea. 5lbtKr8 iLANDRINDCD WELLS—Superior Aparc- .A monts or Furnished House, every con- venience; near Spa and Station—Mrs. Cove. Grosvenor Lcd;;e 91b5-5 IADY can receive two Paying Guests, in J best part of Mumbles; every conveni- ence; moderate terms.—Address Comfort, "Daily Post," Swa.nsea.37Zb5-5 CCOMFORTABLE Home for one or two Young Men, with respectable family, in West End. Terms reasonable—Write West End, "Daily Post," Swansea. 439b5-6 OOD Lodgings for a Young Man; mod-r- a-e lerms; servant kept.-Apply 13, Diliwyn-street. Swansea.. 492b5-8 "jVJ"EATH—To let, comfortable Sitting-room and Bodroopi —Apply 48, London-road, Neath. l659n5-3 7U"EATH.—Comfortable Apartmeints, con- N veniently situated; suit two friends— Apply 12, Atfrsdstreet 297b5-4 0 OOKS to Let, Furnished or Unfurnished. 1 —26, BrynsiL-terrace. Mount Pleasant, Swa,nsea. 385b5-5 CUPERIOR Furnished Apartments to Let; 1 suit one or two gentlemen.—Apply, in f.rst instance, to Charles Evans, Newsagent, etc., 72, jiryn-y-Mor-raad, Swansea. 4Kb5-6 ^UPERIOR P*urnished Apartments, for Gentleman, P'ront Sitting-room and Bedroom, bath, piano; no children; board or otherwise—53, Mamsel-terrace. Swansea 530b5-9 ri10 LET presently. Unfurnished Bedroom J- and Sitting-room—Enquire 5, Walter- road, Swansea 414b5-6 rpW0 Unfurnished Booms to Let, at 54, Prince of Wales-road, Swansea—Apply on the premises. 545b5-9 TO LET, Furnished Sitting-room and Bed- room, terms moderate—Apply 9. Vio- toria-avfnue, Swansea. 454b5-8 O^^TTUnfurnished, two Booms, in plea- T sant part of Mansel-street.—Apply Man- sel, "Daily Poet," Swansea. 519b5-8 tl'O LET, well-furnished Front Sitting-room and Bedroom, bath (hot and cold); good cooking and attendance—Apply 19. Waller- road, Swansea 413b>6 -+.- TO LET, two Rooms, and nsa of Kitchens, with quiet couple. Furnished or Un- furnishedi — Apply 22, Norfolk-street, Mount j Pleasant. Swansea 413b5-6 rpo LET, Back Salting Room and Front Eed- J- room, in big Furnished House, Soutii- (ffld, Mumbles; lis, weekly — Write Villa, "Daily Post." Swansea 250b5-5 TO LET, 2 or 3 well-furnisbed Bedrooms, and 2 Sitting-rooms; every oomfort; very reasonable terms.—Apply 2, Osborne- terrace. Bryn-road, Swainsea. 511b5-8 TO LET. in nioe part St. Thomas, near Bast Dock, two or three Unfurnished Rooms, use of bath (hot and oold); object company. Wrie M T.. "Daily Post," 3wansea. 421b5< O" LET. Furnishfd (near National Schools) Front Sitting room and Front Bedroom; &uit one or two gentlemen; terms moderate. —Write Moderate, "Daily Post." Swansea 472b5-8 T0 LET, two Furnished Rooms, near the .1. Hospital; suit lady or married couple. -Apply. Qrft instance. Mrs. Charles Evans, Newsagent, etc., 72, Bryn-y-Mor-road. Swan- lea.. 3 £ 4b5-6 02 or-\5 Hocins, Usfumishai, -t-t. M- Helen'»-roa-rl. Back Sitting-room ground floor. Bedroom .Teoondi floor, Breakfast Room—Write tJiifurnished, "DaJly Post," Swansea 268b5-3 rpo I.ET two large Unfurnished Rooms, J u<?e of bathroom, in Marlborougb-road; would suit elderly lady; terms moderate. Apply Mr Charles Evans, Newsagent, Br^i- y-Mor-road, Swansea UFf.^NDfS—Apartments Gentleman re- ceived as paving 'n 16s—Apply first. Charlie Evans, Newsagent, etc., 72, Bryn-y-Mor-road. Swansea. 5o1d5-6 T^7"ET.L-FURNISHED Bedroom and Sitting- VV rocm to Let. suitable for one or two g ntl-em-eu, good attendance, ba^iroo: tele- shone- Weft End; one mmute from tram; ■Terms moderate.-X-T., "Daily Post, sea. 461h,).8 APARTMENTS WANTED. B: Trrr"r«c7u"ir«« comfortable Bed- ^ting Room, respectable part of Swansea with homely peopi-e; moderate term*; Yvest End preferable-Address DTta, 'Taily Past." Swansea 591b5-6 "TTTJKNI^'I-TTILTAPartnients required, by two JC Young Gentlemen, neighbourhood St. Helen'•Toad- State terms and particulars to toiders, ^y Swansea. 412b>4 WANTED' La^rpo Bed-Sitting-room, for f gentleman—Write, stating terms, to Box 14. "Daily Post," Swaaisea. 4SO\&6 -V-ITANTFD^Apartments, by genUemaJi. or VV share Sittang-room, separate oed- „ SwaJisea—Address Coed, "Daily room, in sw^^ TOhS-fi Foet," Swans^ VTTTTV^TFD nice Unfurnished Room, suit- VV Ap Bed-Sitting Boom, in Waiter-road, H^en fl-road, or near—Write Terms, p^ s""ea' TRADE SPECIALITIES. T Costumes! Ladies' Costumes!!— ij la-boster and Co., of 38, Cattle-street, cTCa,n4a, are making a Special Show of all th". newest London and Parisian styles 14729 CYCLE f°r Disposal, Gent's high-grade machine, not soiled, free whtel, rim brake. P Ia,ted rim8- PQeuniatio tyree. mad guardis. gas lamPa- RUe. all other accessories oomplete; genuine bargain; Towast £A 4s. 1 cash; app^"ovaJ ^ILngly—K Gill, Wareney Villa. Beach-road, Weeton-sa jer-Mara 995a6-30 C^HINX and Delf Ware. Cheap. — Well > assorted Crates of Everyday Selling lines for Shop3. aikets, and Hawking — isefoi, Liete.-Shea.f Pottery Maaufaotur- ers, Lcngton. S'-afis, 13^34 OHIP POTATO and Cook Shop Fittings, every variety Champion Ranges, Po- tato Peelers Shop on wheels 116-page list free.-Ma.bbett. Po-ao d -s tree t, Manchester. V^3i7-22 FROCK^CATS a Speciality, at Alabaster and Co.. The CUy Tailors, 33, Castle- stPaeit, Swaaisea. N-ts—All Garmente cut by London City Cutter. 4729 I ADIBS Costumes! Ladies1 Costumes L Alabaster -nd Co., of 28, Castle-sfcneeft, Swansea, are mafeLns it¡ spe-oi-al show of aJl the newest London and Parisian 14729 7%1N.\ and Bartbenware— Hawkers' Acsorted Paekages of cheap Bsets and Seconds, suitable for Market Stands and-, Shops Reliable a-nd enecessful assortment Illust-ra-ted Lsts free.-Arthnr J. Hull. (Dept. 43*. Works. King-street, Long. ton. Staffs TRY Glie's T.&tindry >oiish for ^Oollare and JL Shirts; once used v.-tll use no other. Saud Is Id. Marvel rut the result.—56, Queen's-road. Aldershot. Agents Wanted to sell the above 392b5-6 A BSOLUTET.Y the Cheapest House Fur- :-1. nisher in South Wades is J. Hillard, 2(t, and 21, College-street, Swansea, and cyjrner shop. Parade. Neath. 566b5-9 O 9 17s. 6d. for a Parlour zC3 Suite in Leather. aJl spring seats arjd padded backs; Saddle Bag Suites from L5 10B.—Hillard, Swansea and Neath. 10B. for a ^ery nice 3ft. Satin Walirat "feD Sti'te Wardrobe, bevel glase door. Dressing CJieft, Glass fixed, Was-listand marble top and tiled back, 2 Cfllairs, and Rail.-Hillard. Swansea and Neath. f? *7 for a Solid Walnut 5 feet Bow Front Sideboard, a very handsome high bevel plate back, shield shape, centre plate. —Hillard, College-street. Swansea. 6D. per lb., Purified Feathers, Mlllpuff Bed', Bolster, and 2 Pillows, 56lb. weight, for 10s td.; clean and good; very strong; 4 ply raised frame Wire Mattresses, 14s. -IUllard, College-street, Swansea. /-»-j for a very handsome Walnut or dt-lU sa-tin Walnut 4ft. Scotch Bedroom Suite 2 bevel glass doors in the wardjrobe. side mirrors in the dressing chest, marble top and back, Wash stand and 3 Chairs.- Hillard, Swansea and Neath 56Sb5-9 CYCLES' Cycles!! Cycles! British made, c guaranteed two years, C3 19s. 6d We send our Cycle on approval, and nefund Gash if yon a.re not satisfied. Price List Post Free.—Franklsunds, 2, Salford. Black- barn. 318 w 10-23 PMOLYNETTS, Fish Merchant. 126 High. P. street. Swansea. Cheapest Shop in town for Fish of all varieties; wholesale and retail Trial solicited 32 MARRIF-D LADIES'—INFORMATION and 1" ADVICE OF PRICELESS VALUE (FREE). bend stamped envelope. Please name this paper. — MRS. LAWRENCE, St. Elmo. Egremont. Liverpool S8St3-12 TO BUILDEBS—Billheads, Memorandums, Business Circulars and Cards. Time Sheets, Estimate Books, and every kind of Commercial Printing at the "Cambrian'' Office. i.H, High-street, Swansea. ARCET.S, Luggage, Furniture, etc.. to and from Mumbles 0^ -ans run Tuesdays and Saturdays—Parcels Express. 11. Somer. set-place, Swansea. 805g4-24 A" ETIFICIAL Legs, light and strong; Steels for weak legs, Spine Supports, Elastic Stockings a.nd Belts, Eyes, Trusses. Ban. dages. lady attendant for Ladies' Belts, etc.; Crutches, etc.. in stock; illustrated list- Maker and Repairer. Allen Pearoe, 23, Charles-street (off Queen-street), Oardifi, and Broadmead. Bristol 538j9-3 A VIES' BALSAM OF HONEY forCougha, Colds. Asthma. Tightness of the Chest, etc. 6id. and 2s. 3d.-Prepared only by J. Davies, M.P.S.. Dispensing Chemist. 30, High- street. Swansea Z) EDUCATIONAL. JJENDEEN COLLEGE, LANGLAND BAY. #r THE MISSES NETTELL, A.C.V., A.C.P., A.T.C.L., (Daughters of the late- J. T. Netvell, Gen- eral Works Manager of Messrs. Vivian aaiJ Sons). REFERENCES: The Lady Swansea. Lady Morshead, Forest Lodge. Binfield, Berks. Miss Eden, The Bryn, Sketty, SxWusea. Rev. Secretan Jones, M.A., ex-Vicar of Oystermcuth, South Wales. Rev. Harold Williams, The Vicarage, Oystermouth. The NEXT TEEM commences 011 FRI- DAY, M \Y 6th. 1905. GraLS' BOARDTnIt & DAY SCHOOL, DUMBARTON. BRYN-Y MOR ROAD, SWANSEA. Principal-IIISS GARLICK, A.C.P., Assisted by Certiorated Kosident French and English Governesses and Visiting Profes- sors. Pupils prepared for all Public Examina- tions. The House is well edtnated in own grounds, close to b^ach and parks. IPI MUSICAL. ACADEMY OF MUSIC. 100 WALTER ROAD, SWANSEA. l^S FLORENCE L. FR1CKEK, A.R.A.M., A.R.C.M., altO MISS MlNNTE M. FRICKER, L.R.A.M., • RESDME LESSONS on 1st MAY. DANCINQj CALISTHENICS; &0. DANCING, CALISTHENICS, SPANISH AND PHYSICAL EXERCISES. GEDNEY HOUSE, ST. HELEN'S ROAD. I MIS CRAVEN has her VACATION during the SUMMER MONTHS. Classes will be RESUMED as usual in the AUTUMN I CANCER HOSPITAL (FREE) FIMAM-KOAD, LONDON. S.W. Patients seen daily -o tfair own applies- tion at TWO O'CLOCK. Funds urgently needed for General Ex- nenses and for the Rs^orch Department. V tccr^j, FRED. W. HOWELL. PICTON MEWS. DILLWYN-STREET, SW ANSEA. |J SWANSEA. I.L & T. BULLIN. Cabs always ready. Wedding Carriages with Suitable P/vr^rJatA Funeral Carnages Complete. Gr«o| OUNSI! GUNS! 1! Splendid a lotion Latest Model Breechloaders, ^9-bore Ejectors, 33s. Double Ham- Single L6- and upwards, with Cross mer Guns, Double Hammerless Guns ? ^s Approval. J. and R. "Sp^ .rCT:„ 5s. 6d. per 100. Mention paper Cartri 8 Catalogue, free.—James and gj,5S?t Sergei., Mi.one. don, E-C. CANADA—FREE GRANTS OF LAND, The ALLAN LINE being under contract with the Government of Canada for convey- anoe of mails, anyone writing to the Com- pany at 19, .Tamee-street, Liverpool, or 105, Leadenhall-straet, London, will obtain re vised handbook, maps, and latest general in- formation free of ccst. TRACE NOTICES. nsvaon iss J CHAPPELIi. I FISHMONGER & OYSTER MERCHANT, POULTERER, DEALER IN GAME, to WIND-STREET, SWANSEA. AND AT NEWTON-ROAD, MUMBLES, n Telegraohio Address—" Chappell, Swansea." Country Orders promptly attended to. CARRIAGE WORKS, FISHER-STREET, SWANSEA.. Telephone—0462. J 0 H H JONES & Co., HIGH-CLASS YAN AND CARRIAGE BUILDERS. ORDERS FOR NEW WORK. GENERAL REPAIRS, PAINTING, TRIMMTNG, A.. PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. MOTOR CAR INSPECTION PIT PROVIDED AND REPAIR6 fc v^CTTTBD, & NO HOUSE EQUALS DOWN & SON FOR RELIABLE ETJBNIT't ?' R "fiV. I +. THEY ARE THE LARGEST MAKERS BY MACHINERY IN WALES, HAVE THE MOST EXTENSIVE STOCK TO SELECT FROM, A £ > <trE l'q BEST POSSIBLE VALUE. Carpets Made and Laid Free. ESTABLISHED NEARL Y HALF A CENTURY HIGH STREET & MORRIS LANE, v.issEi. E: — .— f .-—'——— CuT' (J.JlII¡;" Rhh.n<;t:C 6, The Universal Remedy for Acidity of the «"»■* Biott v Stomach, Headache, Heartburn, Indigestion, c Sour Eructations, Bilious ASectiong. ^7^u 'aildrcr Del c. luaaiM, s c:-r DINNEFORDS MAGNESI -í f HAVE YOU INDIGESTION ? **1 I HAVE YOU SSCK HE/JDACK^S ? I S Take 1 » L- I To avoid Indigestion. 1 <5 This d-.sircssing disorder is catrscd by a poorly-working stomach, wMch is fn need of t W little help and a tcnic. No matter howfcad ft may be, a dose of EEECHAM'S PILL'- jf will speedily give relief. Take ULECJ^AM'S PILLS according to directions tnc" m g the trouble will disapp>car. m 1 To cure Sick Headaches. S « Sick Keadachcs mean an overtaxed stomach and a derangement cf the diffesthr -wrani. « BEECHAM;s PILLS have proved twselves a boon for the cure a Jpr-ve 'o: f S *hose depressing syirptorns. A dose w,!l remove the immediate cau^e and if ,*r -ted S || for a few days will enable your system to work normally C SoId everywhere ir hoxes, pries in (Si3 pills) A 2/9 {168 pW*>. # B L 0 0 R & CO., ADVERTISING CONTRACTORS and Bn.L POSTERS CHIEF AGENf 7 FOR WALES. All descriptions OJ Adv^rtimng, Circular Distribution, Et". promotlv !ittr!1,1-cl tn. Office: 20, CALVER i -STREET, SWANSEA. NEATH AND DISTRICT BILL-POST- 1NG COMP AN\ —T^te T. Wall. Cfficfs —ASSEMBLY ROOMS. NEATH. Manager :—J. W. ROBINSON. Levees and Proprietors of the best Posting .Ioo;t.ilo.rus in Neath and District. -j Nature's Perfect Remedy for all )dJIcb of Worm- \rroR M LOZ £ SGE"' veai* this highly Valuable For ov«jr ow tbe greatest 6ucce«s. Remedy has met Weaji) Ueucat' Chaldren The effect UP^ mcurable) is like Mstgic. (often his tormenting pes*,s oy uik- the thm- pWfciKd. m; rjhild beoomes strong, heaithy. ana hvriy tto Pride awl of th6 vj*, of; his guardians. Llangumech, near Llanelly, August 30th, 1872 Dear Sir,—My youngest -laughter, Erlllna Ann, 13 y^are of age, got rid of a great num- ber of worms by Utking only tliree o~ tour of Williams' (Pontardawe) Worm Lcz-ages. I am glad to 6ay that she haa macti improved in health, being ^gt'ru.g and deiicate in bealt.X' truiy, MARTHA GlUFFirHS, Lat-3 ot Y nitpenliwch. SyNiPTOMS- — Aaiy of the fohoWtOg SympUKna indicate woxaus;—vai-iabie appe- tite itptid breatti. acid eriictotionts, poi'ia in the stomach <-nd head, a grinding of the teeth during sleep, dreams and resttem- I nes6; paleness oi the countenance, stitches in .kl the side, short dry cough, and emaciation of the body, often mistaken for decline, ner- vousness, s.ow fev^r, and. irregular pufs" fointness, sonieUinefi oonvxusive hie, oit-en causing sudden death; dizziness, sere tblr-tI i a-ad Ultlanimation of the boweia. above "symptoms vary according to the tied of i'nT"lx>aeng^ oontain notbii^ t- *,ne oonstitauon, and are cui«.o*>le lor all Williams' (P^tardaw J "jdSSTDAVlS,tM.R-P.S., 20, High-Street nnit 14 mdte sti mps. Protected ^th^Government atamp, on which are en- graved Z L<»- enges. CgljjA and Earth^nwara Driers' and Havrkers' Aesorted Packag«e of che»p Beetr and Seoonds. suitable for Aiariet ^i.andu a^c shops Betiable and suoceeefui aieort nent Illustrated lists free-Arthur Eui. (Devt 45), Works, King-street, Lou¡- û:a. &i «&• — >J% Darlington's Handbooks Kno'-lye ie "Powaid# by Kinjy to t.)»uik Mr. r»arlir.<toa SvS^iifora c°Py of the r.pw e iier-weU got up, of 'Lender. 4 Enviroof Nothing better could bo wished fur -—" Br-:tiab Weekly.* A brilliant book. Tho.Jr:-ct- I Visitors to London, Ae8)<k*nt«, a-.oi,I j UM "Most emphatic' r -bo-j n LONDON" ■']*?>• A TVT71 Cook & >a;IvGi«.».},«» AJVA'e. T.Cook,M.A. ,i. ifeSltfS. J ENVIRO NS. I 60 Iljuat.-iitinB*. 60 111 as., Maps & Plafts 5s. NORTH WALES. j IOOIIIOR Maps- [DET v r U, :.i.\ Vis'.tsorei to Brighto' v -l, u Bournemouth. v H^ mouth, Davvlis'o '-Jcowutu, S*cu- Paignton. IV^ riymouth, r ir-'Anth"' v Clovelly. tt-i k!' V*™'1* Ww V-■■ fGtnbs' L.VJ-' ?[ leUad. • ,r bevern alley. Ik' rw iaro' Her?. >rd, W- -revsttr, 7 V "-c-stor, Lli^n<irii>Aod W-ibs i"e-rystwyth. Towyn, Ba.nrojtl-, ,{ > iarlecli, Cricclech, Pw1!b;.j.. -o .dudniiw J I TT-friw, Cohvyn Bay, NOTV.-HT, ^T-YAXB^ Lowestoft.. Norfolk nrnadn. i6ht'J. and Charwrel I^l.inds, should rBe D.A.,{,LTNQ.. TON'S HANDBOOK Is. Llangollen DARLINGTO N ir] CO. linden STMPKTX and en Paris acd New York: BR^ l ANO 5?, an* Th-f> Ikiilway '¡ill Book.. seilers. PHOTOGRAPHS —Baaatif A. Sosrsery, Riling, r »• -r 'y 'iiTkey, 'P*l cslinfl, «"d Erj-v .jL. FrMi/k and North W;-l^ 1k and CO., LLA^ GOLLFN. » THE IABEBAVDN & POfi" TALBOT BiLLPOSTING Gi TW I U i \.J L I UndvVUike liLLLPOSTTNG AND All In all its Braivc?j<«. Manager:—Mr. P. P. -iXEl'i. —- — '■ — THE ETT NIVERSAL BILL -"OSITNO (J% I U Rent tbe 1 LARGEST FOSTING l < HONb In Swansea and Surroan. < r -r, *ik