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The Postmaster-General does not allow tetters 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 initias, etc., or otherwise, may be directed to The Cambrian Office 1* 3« of charge; aod i stamps are sent to cover postage, ^4 forwarded to the Advertiser's own Address. Remittances under 56. may be n)a?0 Halfpenny Postage Stampd or Po6 ders. Postal Order, should be made to "The South Wales Post Newspaper Co. Ltd, 211, High-street, Swansea. Address ] communications to the Manager, Tbe Cambrian." SITUATIONS VACANT, Cooke and Kitchenmalds, EXPERIENCED Cook-General Wanted; Ehlg- E lish preferred; Help kept.-Apply 1L A-Lexa,ndra-roaA, Swansea. "Aga. 26 rr £ W1S LEWIS and Ce. Drapers, Swansea* LL reaaire Oook-hoosekeeper for their Lcn- don Branch; wa-gw £ 28; a«e between Wjuoa 22;4also smart Housemaid (4 kept)-Appty Jfcasekeeper, 28, High-street, SwaJi^ea- XX7 AjyTED, a Oook, two u family-—Apply, W between 6 and 7, 5. St. Jamee'oen^ Swansea. WANTED, a good Girl, for Kitchen; must nnderetand oooking—Apply Majiager- ,as, Viv-an Hotel. Port Talbot.3 House and Parlour Maids. n^/ANTID, Houst-Parlourmaid.-AppLy. giv- ing reference, to Mrs Diilwyn, Crsug- y-Mor, Uoju^les. 138g3-2i WAJJTEDV a House-PeAriournisid.; small family.—Apply Mxs. Austin Williams, TregotbLnaii, SWANSEA. 96385-32 es-s=—;Tr-' eaesa-LJ.— Generals. GOOD Qixl Wanted, for mornings.—Apply Phillips-pai-ad'i, Swansea. 127go-24 GENEdiAL Servant Wanted; also Girl for mornings.—Apply 17, De-la-Beche-street, ew. £ >g3-27 WANTED, a good General Serv=t.-Apply 14, Woodlaoiis-terraoe, Swansea. 99g3 27 D ESPECT ABLE. willing Servant Girl XV Wanted, 16 to 18j jive :n; previous ex- perience not essential.—Address 0., "Daily Poet," Swansea. 51g3-26 ANTED, General Servant.-Apply 23, Pen- t* » trepoth, Morristoo. 19g3-24 [yi^_lNTKD, good, experieaoed General — Apply 12, De-la-Beche-etreet. Swansea. 68g3 26 WANTEtD, a GeneraJ Servant, about 20— Apply Caretaker, Public Lihraj-j, Swan- tea. 106g3-27 WANTED, strong Girl; two in family; no w-Thomas, 27, Rope Walk, :Nea.th. 1Z3g.)-Z¡ WANTED, an experieaoed General; 3 in family.-Appiy 9, Finfibuiry-terrace, Swansea. 981f3-23 WANTED, a Young Girl, as Nxuse, 16-18.— Apply Mrs, Sweet, 2 £ Dillwyn-streef, Swansea. 118g3-23 iT~KJ ANTED, an experienced Hbuaemaid- tw»~ Waitress.—Apply Skip a»d Castle, Humbles. 166g3-28 T17 ANTED, a good General Servant, about i » 13—Apply after 5, to 165, King Edward- yoad, Swansea. 86g3-26 f\A7ANTED, a respectable Girl, about 17 — if L- Apply Mrs. Davies, The Dot, 40, Wind- Street, Swansea. 88g3-27 WANTED, good CreneraJ aat,-Apply V T Mrs. Dennis, Belle Vue Hotel. Nelson- street, Swansea. 956f3-22 rOTAOTED, Young Girl, to help, mornings. —Apply Mrs. Lewis, 8, The Grove, Up- lands. Swansea. 59g3 22 JTX7AN'lii'D, General Servant; must be ao- customed to children; wages £ 12 to £ 15. .9. Brynmill-creecent, Swansea. 8g3-23 W ANTED, respectable Girl, to a^ist~Tn »» housework; live in.—Apply Caretaker, Inland Revenue, Dynevor-plaoe, Swansea, 966f3-22 |r*7ANTED, immediately, a respectable GiTl, M L as General, and to assist in Bar.— (A.pply Mrs. Winde, E-hondda Hotel, Mumbles. 2139n3-28 *ry ANTED, willing Girl, for General Housed 1 '» work about IB.—Apply 4, Bay View- tuxscent, King Edward s-rouu, ftwaoeea. 132g3-27 WANTED, respectable Girl, about 16, for housework; young General might do— Apply after 6 p.m., 23, St. Alban's-road, Swan- e**1 2132no-a "lytuTANTED, good General; no washing; good »» wages to competent girl—Apply lire Will'-ams, Pennard House, 39. Walter-road Swansea 78g pry ANTED, at once, respectable Girl, age t»l> 17 or 18. for housework; sleep out- lApply Mrs. Forbee, 154, Rhydidings Park-road, Øwaosea. 61393-22 jTTy'ANTHD. immediately, Girl of 14, to a L assist generally.-Apply between 9 and B aad 5 and 9. to Miss Johnson, 6, Richmond- Villas. Swansea. Z037n3-23 Ty ANTED, after Easter, experienced Gen- arad Servant; four in family; nurse kept—Apply Mrs. Bertie Perkins, 7, Owmdon- Kin-terrace. Swansea. 39g3-24 WANTED, capable Person, accustomed to t » housework an<I plain cooking.-State age, wages, and reference, to Mrs. Jenkins^ Tylamorris, Briton Ferry. 146g3-24 TX7ANTED, at o^nc^aT^eepectable Young » Girl, about 16, for housework Apply with references, to Mrs Thomas, OolosReum Hotel, Wind-street, Swansea 132g27 —. — Servants' Registry omi. "TXrANTED, immediately, experienced Gene. » » rajs; also Nursemaid — Apply Mrs X>nncan. Perriswood House, Brunswiok-street, twaaeea Select Registry Cfflce for Servants. 725f3-22 YVANTED, immediately, cwk- »V rai Servants; aJso S°od Generals, a House-Pa,'iotiroi^ Qlam. maki—Apply Agency, Mumbles, i""1 WANTED, at cmoe, e*P0r'^ce^o^g Cooks, expended erals, Parlour and Hc^±^ eW.- House Chambermaids, W^tr^^ry> lg> Apply Miss Lewis, 47x. <H2f3-2l CasJifle-street, Swansea, Nafc_le_ X'pl^in \yA.NTED, at onoe, Gen- ,V\6 cooks, experienced ^d urmaidg> erals, Pao-lour and iI £ r^I^6aed, etc.- Etouse Olwnb er maids. Registry, 18, Ar-Ply Miss Lewis, Hi?bol 16^3-27 Castle-street, Swiinsca- Nai- Begistrf OfiSoe for Tl/TES. Llewenyn^HoweU^ Oxford. l»i- Servants one to the National street, next door but one 97^3-32 Schools, Swansea. "^rr^rrvv'S Select Registry OfBce, ■ji TBS. C. TA1^JZtS Swansea.—Wanted and msr?isz»- w* ieCEI-l-AKEOUS6STUATtON3, A 5^12, Dynevor-place, Swansea. photo.—Apply Morgan bSTS!; ^Tennont-road, Timber; pre- Ii f>rence ziven to one good M hgures— TTT^TTNERY.—Wanted, Improvers and Ap M^Stiees.-Mss Wynne Jones, The T 1P Nortliampton-plaoe, and corner of Oradock-street, Swansea. lC5g3-22 j Youths. of good character, dtosir ng to _[Y|_ become Stewards on fixst-ciass Uceis, send a<idressed. envelope for particulars to Edwards, W. St. Aibane-aveoue, Chi^wick, j^occion. 952f3-Z2 iLLOSESSEsi.—Wanted, at onoe, good Tail- oiresses; good wages.—A. Mathews and Co., 13, Cradock^treet, Swaaisea. 10ig3-36 rpAJLOJSESS, must be a good buttonhole X hand; to live indoors—State wages, etc., to Tailo'ess, "Daily Post," bwaneea 956i3-22 WANTED, an experienced Wak.ress. Applff Manageress, Vivian Hotel, Port Talbot. 2Lian,3-26 V17 ANTED, Young Man, used to farm work. V I- —Apply G. Bey no n, Bishopston Farm, Bishopetoru 3Qg3-24 117 ANTED, strong Youth, ixTsmitliy; one 1. » t- who has bad some experience—Fletcher, Picton-lace, Swansea. 23g3-24 WANTED, smart, willing Girl, for Waitr ing, Saturdiay evenings—Apply Apple Tree, Gaer-street, Swansea. 175g3-28 WANTED, a Handy Manrable~to do K t chen Gurdening.—tAppljr Mrs. Lloyd RogMB, Brynbaul, West Cross. 102g3-27 WANTED, Painter and Paperh anger; also one or two good Brush hands.—Address Niger, "Daily Post," Swansea. 95913-22 WA.,N-Thi), respectable Maa," to make him- » self generally useful; live in—Apply at once, Sailors' Home, Swansea. 75s3 22 Y\,7ANXEJL), Assayer, used to copper works work; young -an; for Austria; wages £ 12—Writs "Copper," "Daily Post. Swansea 59714-6 WANTED, Youth, about 16, to as? st in a Bread Vain, delivering.—(Apply E Ey- non, Bryn Bakery, Swansea.. 113g3.27 XA7 AJN^rED, Colliery Smith and Fitter, fax A.111Iii"dcite Colliery; permanency for siiitaJWe xttao—Wiriite B, "Daily Swan- sea- 171g3-ar WANTED, ESagiiie Drivee-, to nttend mor- tar ia.ll, and ca.pa.ble to do sharpen- ing.—Apply Foreman, Oa-kwood Schools, Pont- rhydyfen. 915f3-22 WANTED, elderly Woooan for farm house, used to farm work, able to assist at mlking; comfortable hoeae—Address Llan. "Daily Pot5t," Swansea, 2g3-23 Y\J A!vTED, ex per enced Young Woman, for » • Mineral Water Business; must be able to bottle. Statie full part ic ulai-q.-4Wrife Pimple, "Daily Post," Swansea. 77g3-26 WANTED, Assistant to Travelling Auc- tioneer; invest £ 30. Under own con- trol. Salary 35s half share prott-Apply. letter only, Kowarth, Pa-rk-street, Swansea, 34g3-24 W AINTED, immediately, experienced Cow- man, and to make himself generally usefui on farm; small family; wages 25s a veek and cottage—George H. Gorvett, Gelly Ewoh Farm, Skewen. 44g3-36 WANTED, smart, respectable Young Men for His Majesty's Army. Life Guards, Cavalry, Royal Artillery, Royal Engineers, and all branches of the Servioe.-The teeth qualifioato on is now cancelled. 973f3-30 W ANTED, steady Man, to take out horse and cart with China, Earthenware, and Hardware Wages and commission. Splendid chance for good salesman.-Apply Thomas's Bazaar, 113, Woodfield-snreet, M T- riston. 74g3-26 WANTED a Married Couple, without fam- ily preferred, by Single Gentleman, in exchange for attendance, furnished apart- ments, fire, and lizllt.-Ap,ply by letter to A, "South Wales Press" Offices, Llanelly 114&3-23 Agents, Canvassers, Travellers, &c. AGENTS Wanted.—The latest and best form of Insurance; 2s. 6d per month covers any sickness or accident—Aooideat Company. Castle Chambers, Swansea. 58g326 LADY required, enorgetso amd businesslike, for responsible position. Particulars at interview—Appiy A.B., "Daily Post," Swan- sea. 154g3-34 4A.DTE.S.-W.,tnted, two smart Canvassers; I mnst be good interviewers; good salary and commi«aion.—Apply by letter, Miss Mor- ton. 21, Belle Aue-street, Swansea. 55g3-26 TACTFUL, energetic lleprfsotative for part T South Wales; iberaJ remuneration to an experienced canvasser.—Apply, with full par- ticulars, to Energetic, "Daily Post," Swansea 904f3o0 TURN your Spare Time into!Money. In four years I have pa d to Spare Time Agents £ 112,655 19s. 9d. Commission. "I Provide Everything." Write for particulars f Agency.—J. G. Graves, Agency Dept., The World's Supply Warehouse, Sheffield. 97t.c. THE General Accident "Fire and Life" As- wuramoe Corporation, Ltd., QajpataJ. .E",CIOO,WD, require a few additional Agents tor their Sickness and Accident Department. Sickness and accident claims paid in Swan. sea district aJ<me in January and February thi? yeaT amount to JE96 17s. 6d.—Apply W. Clancy, District Manager, 216, High-street, Swansea. 152g3-28 WANTED, reliable Traveller for Swansea district for firm of Wholesale Oa<p Manu- faotarers.-Write to Krawitz and Co., General Post Office, Swaaisea. 13g3-24 ANTED, energetic Man, first-class Insur- W anee Company; full or spare time; Ammajiford, LJandilo, Llandovery. Book vacant Brymam-man.-Appiy Superintendent, 2. 11 all-street, Ammanford. 46g3-26 OAS. WEEKLY.—Persons Wanted evetryvrhere Ov either sex (who can write).—Enclose addressed envelope, Secretary (35), "St. Leon- ards," Southend, Essex. 22g3-24 M anagers an d Clerks \\r ANTED, in Solicitor's Office, a Junior CJlark.—Apply, in own ihaaudwritiag, s'ating age, wages, expertesnoe, to Lex, "Daily Pest," Swansea. 141g3-28 WANTED, smart Clerk, for MetoT Works Office; must havt good knowledge of book-keeping; wages 20s. per week—Adfdreee book-keeping; wages 20s. per week.- Vectis, "Daily Post," Swansea. 2133o3-26 Tradesmen's Apprentices & Assistants T\RESS MAKING.—Apprentices and Im- XJ provers wanted.—Apply Mrs. White, 44, St. Heien's-roaid, Swansea, Ladies own materials made up. 997fJ-23 GROOEIRY and Provisions.—Wanted, smart Junior Assist»ajit or Improver.—Auply, full particulars, age, and wages required, to Emergetic, Daily Post," Swansea. 147g3-28 WA,NTED, smax,, active_Lji<]k as Appren- f tice to Grocery and Provision Trade.— Evan Evans, Coffee Pot Stores, Swansea. ^m^5"28 Office Boys and Errand Boys. N Frramd Boy WaLuted, at, 9, Heathaeld- A stroot. 9"§>3"> 23 l.xr Al\ED, a sharp Office Boy-Apply Ship- f f P-r, "j-)aiLV P,St, Swansea. 107g3-22 W Bo,y—APPly Box No. Post, fcwaoi&ea. 57g3-25 °lek'lD' "age JL abOUt 15 '—-Apply E. Sweet, Swan- sœ 119;;3-23 Bay' srjroixs and vs-:il- opposite HoSpi^l,y Swati°We11, -ALA-RT,Brradiid Boy W?fted' at once-Wal- W?fted' at once-Wal- Stores, Hgh-street, Swansea. —— 965f3-22 at once. wag^fcTper pply 38, Castle-street, Swansea. 155g.3-Za -.=- -=. I SITUATIONS WANTED. A DVEWF-LSF,R (FeUow of Chart-ex-ed lnsti. p- hi« T i>ecreta,rie»' witn spare time appointment as lta st,;w £ mf'" limifced company in Swan- ice — Atklro«r0^ enCe °,J&ei"ved. Reasonable iee. Address Chartered, "Daily Post," Swaji- Z31 j^ £ ORSEKEEvPf]j or Head StableitiBin wants dutif-r rv 1011 • wel1 acquainted with all AddL horses and stable — Post, Swac&ezi. 50f3-25 J-^ESPEcia^LE Wom;w seeks stuatiou as Po<;t » fi n ^t-General.-Apply S., "Doily &w^Q8Qa. ^325 Woman requires nr Woit Employment as superior General Wr +j» goo< references if required.— .a Lily, Daily Post," Swansea. 25,3-24 ^rrUATTON required by an expert Steno- n™. ^°°'J"'ieoPer; five yeii.i'S ex peri, m. references—Apply Roland (Double Medallist and Prizeman m Shorthand), Arcade Chambers, Llanelly. Shorthand), Arcade Chambers, Llanelly. 2133n3-23 To Tradesmen and Others.—Books written UP- Accounts nuade out Balance-sheets p epa'redw Rents, D&bts, etc., Collected, by éLn experienced aocountant. Moderate terms. ddress Bouks, "Daily Poet," Swaaisea. 150n3-25 ''TMUSTVVORTHY loung Man (good refer- enoesi, knowledge French, Dutch, Ger. man, presents himself to help in Grocer's or I laper 3 Shop, or Hotel; first month no sal-| arY.-Write French, "Daily Poet," Swansea. lMi WANTED, by a respectable Person, age 23, situation as General; sleep home.— vv rite Geaiera.1, "Daily Poet/' Swansea 11^3-27 T^IDOW requires situation as Working f L Housekeeper; good oook and fully do- Mestical,ect.-ApIA-y M.H, "Daily Post," Swan- sea. 64g3-26 ANT'ED, Situation as Plain Cook or Cook General —A p p ly L.C., "DaiLy PuSt," Swansea. 90g3 27 .»rr £ 0ES.LAW[50U3 WANYS" I rB BOODY flLBNS WaiQted.—Qraadoia, Boot- makfif, Prince of Wailes-road., &wan- eea- 63g3-22 j T^OWLS Wanted.—Apply W. H. Spring and Son, Quay Paraae, Swansea, 103g3-27 O.ROCEL16—Tea, Lend Wanted, at -onoe.- Apply, Manager, "Daily Post," Swan- &ea. — O O'LLL-TOP Iteak W an ted, seeotad-li._und, abont 42 inches iong, and in good condition; ai&o Office Safe, a-bjut 26 inches square. —; Apply Mason, "Doily Post," Swaiisea,. 16ag3-28 Y\TANTED to Purchase, a House, in Dany- graig road.—Give full pariiculars to Jejec, "Daily Post," Swansea. &4g3-26 VV7ANTED, a Family's Wash, by an experi- eaced Laundress; good drying ground. —Apply Y.Z., "Daily Post," Swansea. 87g3 26 WANTED, a Cucumber Frame, about 8ft. by 6ft.; a,lso a Hand Truck; both in good coindition»—App 1 y 10, Biryn-joad, Swan-! sea 177g3-28 TXTAMJruu, for June and part of July, a Furnished or Partly Furnished Cot- tage, near the sea, at Langlaiwi or at South- end, Mumbles.-Sta.te lowest terms and full particulars to Nanay, "Daily Post," Swansea. 93g3-27 MISCELLANEOUS, IV OTIOE.—The Winning: Number of the N Prize Drawing for the benefit of Rich air d Tobin is 307. 16Qg T \RAWING for Benefit of R. Earner, Port Tennaat, has been postponed until Monday, March 66go-22 X't>A a Montd can be made with £ 10.-For cwdv parweuiars, address ••Candros,' ;54. Leadenhall-etreet, Loudon 702i3-22 T •OOK! Look! IjQok S—Fhred Ooombe's finals JL-A Daily to be obtained at Howells, Caer. et.reet, Swansea. 972n3-22 SKETTY SIHOW,—Speeal Prizes.—Tomatoes, 6 Plants in pots bearng Fruit (pots iiot to exceed 11 inches diameter; plants to be bought from W. Jevoms, Singleton Gardeais, Sketty. Choice of 3 vairieiies at Is 6d for doz. Nat. Telephone, 049, Sketty. 989î4-6 PHRENOLOGY.—^Professor W. A. Williams, P the expert Char-acter Rea/der, may b( ctijisulted riajly at the Victoria Arcade, nest* the Market, Swanseti. 71g3-26 TJ1 IjASTIC Stocking^ Anklets, and Knee Cail>s, iii all sires, &t 2s 6d. each. — Moses Jones, Chemist, 12. High-street Swan- sea. 163e3-27 ELECTROLYSIS, only pernnaraent cure for superfluous hair; Chiropody, Manicure, ELeotrioal racial Massage by expert T.ady Improved scientific treatments. P. Schen- kesr, ILuirtLresBer, 6, Goat-street Swansea. 940f3-a2 MUSICAL, piANOFORTOS; TDP^TSTM. Pian^'aod X Organs, Collaa-d, Brinsmead, Karn etc Excellent Stock. Cash or 10s. 6d. monthly Showrooms—J. F, CollefcL, 26, Nicholl-street, SwaJisca 23213-22 F~ "1ANOFORTE TUNING, 3el aeoomT mendations from Dr. Turpin, Glad- etone. and Broadwood and Sons. Pianoa from Hopkinson, Ccllard, Brinsmead, eta. W4, or Hire.—Chaxlea. Eadon, 56, Brunswick. street, Swansea. BRINSlfEAD Pianoforte, beautiful ne model; all newest improvements; price 40 guineas; easy payments t,rranged,-j F. Collett, 26. Nicholl-street, Swansea. 756f3-22 ORGAN, high, mirror top; 11 stops; 2 k;^e eweils; lovely tone; 20 guineas; 10B. F.d. monthly—J. F. Collett, 26, Nioboll-etivet, Swansea. 757f3-22 PIANOFORTE upright Grand; magnificent toae; steel frame; latest improvements; 38 guineas; 21s. monthly.J. F. Collett, 26, Nicholl-street, Swansea. 754f3-22 piANOFOBTE, walnut, check action, steel A frame, newest model, splsodidi tone; 19 guineas cash, or 10s. 6d. monthly.—J. F. Col- It,ti, 26, Nicholl-street, Swansea. 755 £ 3-22 \rERT2CAJj Iron Graind Upright Pia-no Ú walnut case, wonderfully good tone aiud tiouoh; fully warranted; walnut and art nuar- queterie, 65 guineas; nett casb £ 27 10B—J. Brader and Sons, 9, Wind-street, Swansea. 976f3-22 TJHONOGBAPHS, Disc Machines, and all the A- latent Records. Accessories kept, and Repairv executed.-Only address: Cambrian Automatic Co., 10, Alexandra Arcade, Swan. sm. 92&3-27 -i FROPERTY FOR SALE AND TO LET, YNISYGERWN HOUSE AND &HOOTING, NEATH VALLEY. TO BE LET, I his comfortable Residence, containing — 4 RECEPTION AND 15 BEDROOMS "with the ujsuad and necessary Domestic Oiricefi, Stabling for 8 Horses, Harness Room and Coach House, Coachman's Cottage, Gar- den and Pleasure Grounds. Situat.e in the well-known Neath Valley- One Mile from Aberdylais Station, and lhree Miles from Neath (G.V.Kly.), with 2,500 ACRES of SHOOTING over tiie adjoining iands and extensive Covers; Also another SHOOT over 2,000 Acres adjoining the above; FISHING in the Neath and Dulais Rivers. To be Let all together or separately. Apply to W. J. REES, THE -LAL KiiiLS, SwaJisea. IBUILD,ERS. i-artly-baik nouse at A Mumbles for Sale; also La,nd for Build- ing Cottages, freehold or Leasehold.—Hood, Auctioneer, Caerssitreet, Swansea. 12jg3-27 jVIUMBLE^.—Convenient Houses tor Sale LVI and to Let, near Tram ajid Village; various positions.—Hood, Auctioneer, Caer- mreet, Swansea. 120g3-2,7 Q-AiiTLErrois" MUMBLES.—Roomy House — for Sale a.t moderate price, with early lXJt5iol1.-HJûoodi. Auctioneer and Ifetate Agent, Caer-fjtreet, Swansea. 123^3-37 QTORm AND WAREiIOUSE.^Oapital Three- U fioJr premises on Strand to Let; beet position.—-Hood, House aaid Ebtate Agent, Caer-street, Swansea, 120g3-27 T? ICHMOND-ROAD.—For Investment, House for SaJe; part may remain at 4 per cent, if required.-licod, Estate Agent, Caer- street, Swansea. 120g3-27 FIC)OKI.A.N-D&TFI?RACE.-lazge Houselor Sale, well fitted; possessioo if required; er ery convenieace—Hood, Auctioneer and House Agent, Caer-street, Swansea. 130g3-27 Q.LAMGJRGAN-TEEHACE— Good Cottage X Property for Sale; well let; good neigh- bourhood price mouera.te.-Hood. Auctioneer and Bataie Argent, Caier-street, Swansea. 120g3-27 L EX AVDIiA-THS-RAOK^ nea<r Pa.rk —Ex- ceptionally well-kept and fitted House for Sale; possession if required.-Ilood, Auo- t oneer, House and Estate Agent, Oaer-st' Swansea.. 12033-27 S-IJ-2; long lease; every convenience; posses- sion.—Hood, Auctioneer, Caer-street, Swan- sea. !2Cg3-27 ICYCLE foT Sade., free x-heel, baoi,- hub brake, also front brake; in perfect running order-.—ilood, Auctioneer, Oaer-st., Swansea. 120g3-27 f ONFEG'nONl'iliY Biisinrss for Sale,"Swa.n- sea district; stock, fixtures, etc, all far £ 15 to immediate purchaser.—Apply, giving particulars, to Confectionery. "Daily Post," Swansea. 5g3-23 WA'SU, A.-Pro, Double-licensed House s for Sale; illness cause of selling; also first class Refreshment and Confectionery Easiness—Richards, Accountant, 97, Oxford- street, Swansea. 45g3-36 FOR DISPOSAL, Double Licensed Public- House, in good working-class neighbour- hood in Swansea; doing a steady trade; 9 years, lease; vert, low rental; ingeng 22TA— Apply Thomas, Estate Agent, 1, Angel-st-eet, Swansea. 134g3^27 I'OR SALE, oHea»p, to close an estate "u h-i'tikraptcy, Hoai»s and Shop at Port Talbot.-Apply J. Chamberlain, Estate Agent Port TaJboi. 173g3-23 I fofCUSE3 FOR ALE "poa SALE, No. 17, Sometrset-plaoe, opposite Town Hall, Swansea Apply Jno. R. Richards, Soli<aaor, 31, P,eher-stre^t, Swansea- n2129t-0. 'OR SALE, a-n 3-roomed House, in splen- A d) d cojidition, situate in Westbnry-ter- race.—Apply D.S., "Daily Post," Swansea. 75g326 IpOR SALE, three 5-roomed Houses, Kilvey- terrace; can be sold separately or to- gether; low ground rent; good interest.— Apply 14, St. Ma,"y-street, Swansea. 96713-22 TO BE LET BUSJNESS-PRJtSVJSSES HOUSE and Shop, 28, St. Helen-roa4 main thoroughfare, to let; back enVamce- Appiy .Leeder and Son, Swansea, 93^3-22 HOUSE. and Shop to Let, next to 8J¡e:-Te -L-L Station, OIl main rOM; good position; rc-nt modierate.—Aptdy A. Taylor, Dynevor. 954f3-22 T 'ABC-E Room to Let, su table for first class JL-4 Hairdo-easing Saloon. Best position in Wind-street, near Liberal Club—Write Sal- oon, "Daily Post, Swansea,. HCg3-27 SHOP aoid Premises to Let, at Cromwell- street; situated in a good pos tion.—Eor full particulars apply Bennett Bros., Heath- fk-ld Yard, Carltcn-tt,race. Swaosea- 124g3-27 TO LET, Two large Aiches, Upper Strand, i- Swauzoa.-Appiy 3, Bryn-y-mor^iescent, Swaaisea. 20g3-24 rpO LET, Bul l Land~Ln~ 3 La,nmor-cres- JL cent, abutting on Park, on 99 years' lesae.-Apply Gupptj-, Currieir, Ivy-plaee, Bigh- street, Swansea. 6g3-23 FARM-—Owls Lodge, Mayals, Blackpiil, Q miles from Swansea, 8-roomed newly- built House, stable, 8-tie cowhouee, large built House, stable, 8-tie cowhouee, large shedjs aind buildings, 10i acres, more if re- quired, adjoining Clyne Moor. Common rights .-St-L'-v ens. Worcester-place, Swansea. 36g3-24 THREE OFFICES to Let, near Town Kail; recently d*:ne out; a rare opportunity for solicitors or others desiring quiet rooms; moderate rentaJ.-Apply chas. H. Russ, Ltd., 6. Prospect-place, Swansea, 42g3-Z4 X/UEST CROSS.—Market Garden of 13 acres, I- with 6-roomedi Cottage, to be Let; im- mediate possession; near rnaJn road; rent j320 per annum.-Apply, John M. Leeder aiIld Son, Land Agents, 46, Waterloo-street, Swan- eea 13g3-24 rLKT, a Stable aind Store in D-kc-tle-t- JL ppJy 56, Brunswick-street, Swansea, lllgg-27 TO LET—HOUSES TO LET', 127, King Ed<wajrd-road; 8 rooms, Bath-room; moderate rent.—Apply Aus- tin Williams, 14, Temple-etreet, Swansea. 26g&24 TO LBT, semi-detached Residence, "Heath- -L field.Apply Edward Roberts and Son, Auctioneers, 40, Oxford-strert, Swansea 604f3-23 ri^O LET, good, convenient 8-roomed House, in thorough, repair; view of Bay; imme- diate posseeBJou.—2, St. Albamoroad, Bryn- mill. 96713-24 To LET, 6-roomed House, Murton-^road, New- JL ton, Mumbles; rent L15. landlord pay- ing taxes.—Address Stevens, 2, Worcester- place, Swansea. 37g3-24 npO LOT, 77, Miwisel-teJirace, Swansea, very A- convenent house; centrally situated; with all modern conveniences; within few minutes' walk from railwav stations and. trams; low rent.-APPly onttho premises. 23 lIOUSE to Let, at 6, Mackworth terrace, St. ,1. ThomasApply on the premises, 92g3-27 TTOUSE to Let, Bimm-road, oppos te^Rectrea- -LJ' taon groundi; iinmediiajte possession- Apply Sidney Clarke, Wallpaper and Glass Merchant, 28, Waterloo-street, Swansea. 716f3-22 "VTUMBLBS—To Let, 4-roomod House; iTeal- thy situation; five minutes from tram; rent .33. weekly.-Appy 17, Prospect-terrace, Norton, West Cross, R.S.O. 148g3-28 /TTTST.'ON, B Bbopston —To ]>et, April to x, September, 7-roomed, Unfurnished Cot- tage, coaoh-house, and stables; moderate rent.Al.-Wi-ite Cottage, "Daily Poet," Swan. I sea. 97g5-27 APARTMF-Nlrl TO LET ^PARrME,NX8, Furnished or Unfurnished, or Lodgings i0j 0ne or two young t Moo. near trams; no children—146, Rhyd- dmgs X^rk-road, Swansp^a. 1569zl 9-3 BOARD and Lodgings for one or two re spectable Young Men; terms, lte.; trams uf3!1113 °r; 3 nuautes' walk from G W R. ..tation—19, Piin(:0 0,f ^ales-mad, Swansea. 40g3-24 (J^fSfiTABUr Lodgings" to suit one or two respectable Young Men; centre >f j,erms moderate—Apply John, "Daily tost, Swa-usea, 17Cg3 2S Board and Ijodigings for ,0lie or v*o Gent'amen; bath, piano; ni_ ^tra^rois; terma inclusive.—Adtdrec?s Da.ily^p,^t-" Swaaeea. rog.) 25 ^UiST-Ci^Ass Apartments for a gentleman; every convenience and comfort; gi-and view of Bay a.nd cricket Ground#—Write Daily Post," Swaa"^ 21g3-24 QUPEjRjQR Piu-nr.shed Apartments, front or U oack Si:ting-r^om, one or two bei- rcornshot and cold bath; piano; good cook- ing; no childirwi—53, Mafflsel-tenrace, Swan. 9S4f3-22 T° ^-P^Jtments.—Ai>ply 24, D.on-street ° Cannartiien-road), Swansea. 9g3-23 T° Unfurnished Rooms.—Apply, -street, St. Thomas, Swansea. 15g3-24 TW%VrfaJ^zd Rooms to Let; centrally ,.„_h „ £ 1Jit youn<c oouple.—Aptwy 10, Gorden-terrace. 5c0.3-22 ^TV Q < tbj-ee nicely furnished Rooms, suit %1 °^LaS Married Couple or two friends.— Pl-^y Brunswick-streeet, Swansea 136g3-2S T° 'J.^> large from Comboed Room, fur- 11,30 kitcbeai and scullery, or auce, if required—Apply 52, Brunswick- street, Swansea. 945f3-22 r- to,. APARTMENTS AND FURNISHED MOUSES wanted TU1^E i, 5^n^Jru''?i"1'f!d Rooms required in n/>e, 1 r^u'tood of Biynmill, vnth atten- nart h^,C~ }OUaS Geiiitieman; or would let !°r attendance audi small rent— i>ox -• "Daily Post" Oibce, Swansea. "2:J- ?3 and Son require Kooms; wiHng L?,-C'i0 ^■°'use duties in lieu of rent— ow, 'Daily P-jst," Swansea. 47g3-26 A.NTED, 3 or 4 Unfurnished Rooms, for full „ Married Coupie—Write, giving «» "M1' olgi-22 x Sitting-room and Bediroom by man Id business, for four dates terms. H;UVe'!1Cflt to. t rams.—Write, w th terms, Royai, p^ &wan6e^ 400n3-22 W^?D- for two cr more in Aug- "Sings, Si:ting-room and two Bed- „ 0r,i?Ena-'l Cottagw in Gower, adjacent siraSST' "• O"1 116g3 27 ^ANTED, immediately, with qi-iiet, hnri- c.itf-wn.oT37 Pe°P'e, .>ne or two Bedrooms aud unfamL^hed: neighbourhood or Bryn-y-Mor-road—Address V,idow, Daiijy Post/. srvansea. I49g3-2S (AlE Fi OR SALE, Louger Safe, gooa nearly W; a Cra-woour, *1, Oxford-street, w Pigs, 0-i Qt aTity.— stomas Per^inf, <vy G.^ch Fa.an, Sketty. -3 27 OR SALi, .^o^niei Bitch, good worker: als-o three Pup-s, fi-. raonths old, dog and two bitches.—6, mtpeli er-tsrrace, SWA^EA. 0G.QF3.23 "pOR SALE, a number of Sheets of Gaivan- ij0!), 12 leet long, in good condition. "Galvanized," "Daily Poet, Swansea. iaonS-oG handsome 6-pull Pewter Cased ffaT ii€3; Engine; cost £ 22; no reasonable 0 refus-id —Apply Williams, Ivy Eush, Cwmtwreh 143^23 F Incubator, 70 egg, new condition, •' also Gent's Bior,cle, 55s.; worth eT~PPly Ben Thomas, Hawarden Build- ^MJcre. 140g3-28 jpOR SALE, Tamlin's Nonpareil Incubat-or, ,or 1C0 eggs, with Fester Mother, nearly +lvyVl!i.,K:,fe€t condition—W. Jevons, Single- Gardens, Sketty. 172g3-23 jPOR SALE, Bradbury Hand"Sewing Ma- a!i° Whoeler and Wlsons nearly new; v.ill sell ox-eap to Lmaneddate purchaser.-App Iv 14, faxton-street, gwamsea. 126g3-23 F02, n SfLB- Purer oid Dryish" Game Locke.rel and Pullet; also Cockeael KjPal ftt. Buff Orpingions, pure, fi-ie mrua; or exchange for ducks; also several vines and Geraaiums.—Proat, Brync ell, Aea^h. 6&jn>.L0 FOR SAljV, Large Kitchen Dresser, contain- -c 11 9j Glass Cupboards, 5 Drawers, and 2 Cupboards; also large Wooden Shed, with iron roof. Can be seen any time.- £ PPly 14, Stanloy-terrace, Mount Pleasant, 72g3-22 SALE, Greyhound and Bull Terrier } oss, one of the cleverest at drop rab- io 1-13 aQd kill hare, champon hou.^e dog, ^^ths old; sell £ 1 la, ()d., wort.h £ 5; rea- son fo.r selling given—Jones, 132, Water- stieet, Aberavon. 999!'3-23 TDjITpp Orping*ton Eggs, 2s." 6d. "Sitting; no be<rfcer winter- layers; do well in con- fined runs—Els-ton, top of Clifton Hill. Swan- sea" 17&S3-28 rjABBAGE PLANTS (early Enfieldl, 8d per 100; Red P.ckler, tod per 100; delivered 01 receipt of postcard. Quote for wholesale pnoes.—H. Bloomfield, No. 2, Andrew-terrace, Landore 14.3g,3-23 j?GGS for Sitting, pure bred Plymouth Rocks, b?jrred, 4s. per sitting of 12.— Moms, Gower Dm, Parkmill. 852f4-12 TPGGS from prize-bred Buff Orpingtons, Oooks and Hunter's noted winter layers, 28. Ed. per sitting.—W. D-aviee, 22, Brunswick- streetv Swansea 991f3-23 T?GGS for Sitting.—Buff Ortiingtons and Buff Ijeg-horns (best winder and all- year-round layers1, 3s. per sitting—Tuckfield, Clyne Valley, Swansea. 434:~4-23 JC^N'GINTiERS, FTITERiS, etc—.For Sale, 6 complete Volumes Modern Engines and Powei- Generators, by Rackin Ktcnedp-; 54s. Chrisimae. Sacrifice 30B—Address Vol- umee, "Daily Post," Swansea. 83g3-26 HIGH:ër..Ã8s Andalusian Eggs flrom beaut) X1- fully laced birds, g-ra-nd layers; Little aud Porter's stra.in; 3s. 6d sitting—Jenkins, Furnace Pest Office, Uamelly. 949f3-22 K to 30 Gallons Dadii. Sold Briton Ferry for 8 years.—Apply G. P. Evans, Glasallt, Lla.ngadock. 2136n3 26 "DURE Indian Runner Duck Eggs for Sale, 06. 6d. dozen.—Angel, Post Offtce, Resol- ven. 1693-28 PtJRE Airedale Teier Dog for Sale; cheap to good home.—Apply "Dog," "Daily Post." Swansea- 3-Z4 CSlNGLiE Mail-cart for Sale; cheap; not Boiled.—47, Brunswick-street, Swansea 9CK3-29 Morses,Cabs, Carte Wagonettes, Ac CXXR SALE, a good Second-hand Heavy Tip- Cart.—Apply to G. Bowtisn, Wheelwright, Morriston. Z,g3-23 FOR &ALO, two good working I)Ionkeys. Appliy Jones, 57, Colbournie-terrace, Swuusea. 96g3-27 "C^OR SAJJE, Mare, 15.1, suitable foo- baulier or farmer; price- £ 6.-3, New OroharJ-st., Swansea. 1766-3-23 T^OR SALE, Chestnut Cob; 14 hands; age~V years,—Apply MeyWs Stables,' Back- street, Swansea. 93613-21 FOR SALE, Rubber Tyred Two-wheeled Dog- Cart; equal to new; £ 12; a bargain.— Manager, 32. Castle-street, Swansea. 975f3-22 T^OR SALE-—Palmer Bros., 10, Gower-street, -*• Swansea, have a 1 ght Wagon, suitable for Fruiterer or Furniture Remover. 94g3-27 "E^OR SALE, a thorough good Brake (almost, Hew'. 20, with top, etc—Apply R. Morgan, Grocer, Cvymavon-road, Abesravon. 115g3-27 pOR ,SAVtK' Ru9tic Tra-P, suit cob 13 hands; also Hand Brack, nearly new; no reason- able offer refused.-Benzett, Painter, Gor- sonon. 51g3-?-t "I^Oik SALE, Welsh Cob, about. 13 hankls (may -*• be examined by vet.); also Flat Cart and Harness; to be -Did cheap—Apply 13, Pentre- grtrun-read, Cwmbwrla, Swansea 100113-22 TpOR SALE, Dark Bay Mare, 14.3 ha-n3&, six years old, smart mover; accustomed to motors, Lams, etc.; been driven regularly :n Swansea by a lady.—Apply Eden, Rhydyr- helyg, "POR SALE, Cob Ma-re, 14.3 hands, 5 years °i&: Wagonette, 2 Sets Cart Har- ness as good as new-, also Trap Hames; by Benjamin, No further use.-Apply 112 liillwyn-street, Morriston. 91g3-27 T^OR SALE, 5 PoniesTT? to 14~hi^lo "Te A sold at reduced prices; in good condi- j tion and good workers; prices from zFA llP. I wards; suit greerugrooers, tradesmen and others, where speed and strength required man Arms, Sketty. 143g5^24 good useful Wa'-onlor Sal^TIi^iTqua^. tity of gtxv? Rhubarb Boots—Apply Henry Jenkins. Heiud^efoilan-road, Skettv. 921F^21 T>AKEE S Vain for Sale. room wanted; no XJ reasonable offer refused; also IV-ago-n- ette, ne-vly painted; bargain—Apply 14 Nel- ez n-street, Swansea.. 13^7 I I GHT Spring Wagon, to be sold- ciheap or y ^fh.npe ccb or pony-G. Davim F nnterer. Sketty. 97?f3-a ■pOE SALE—Palmer Bw„ loT~G^e3r-st;reet; "1'a_nsea' h,ve a Bustic and other 2-wheel Traps, cheap 9*g3Z7 MOTOR CARS, BICYCLES, ETC, pYCLTSTS-Cuiilop Tes. 27s. pai7 V> Special guaranteed Tyres 16a- do, °°vf3JT,imx £ flnne'T 2s. 6d. each; Free Wheel, 2s. 6d.; Eim Brakes 2s-; Pedals. 3s.; Chains, 3s. 6d.; and a 11 other goods 25 per cent, cheaper than anv other house—John JW lliams, 71, High-street, op- po £ ite Great \vestem Railway Station, Swan, &CU. ano. X) liwyn-^tT,&e.t. 12.g3 Tq(\& Cyci^ io o yj British IMHC throughout Plated Rims, Free Wheel, Rim Brakes, and hig-h'y finished; everything fully guaranteed-Wil Hams. 71, High^treet, and 23, Dillwym-street, Swansea. 12g3-23 n A 19s. 6d.-CycW Best machi^T Sp,oc- £ .Cc^tioiii3 :—-Prainti witti Double Butted Tubes, Hyde Free Wheel, Bow. den Licensed Front and Baok. R m Brakes Any make tyres fitted. Beaatifully finished and lined in two colours Easy payments ICs. 6dv monthly. Fully guaranteed—Wil- li" ms, 71, High-street, and 23, Dilhvyn-v«ty- £ Vit, Swansea. 12g3-2;) C-Y6LE, bargain, marvellous saorifioe — Gent's new cycle, not used a d»z<m times, highest grade, best pneumatic tyres and tubes, two inverted Lever rim brakes, latest 1906 machine, beautifully plated, en- amelled, and go-Id lined, plated rims, en- amelled centres, ball free wheel, mud guards- ma.gniS-oen: rraohne; cash urgently wanted; £ 4 10s. complete, with plated gas lamp, belli i pump, spanner, etc approval before cash 1 sent.—M Mouse, Elton, Aeiheombe, Park-road, Weston-super-Mare. 313f5-25 I CYCLES. British made, guaranteed 4 years, £ o l9s. 9d.delivered on payment of 5s! Catalogue free. — Franklands, 2, Salford. ¡ E' ickbuin. 558 10-31 "Ci^"2s. "S&: asw' 5s. 6d. and 5s. 6d. Cycle Accessoriee. Whole- sale prices—W^'ite for list, Pranklanr'e, 2, Salford, Blackburn. o53rl0-31 sale pric.- W ,it-e for list, Pranklanr'e, 2, Salford, Blackburn. 5ó8rl().J1 FOR SALE, Pneuma-isic Bicycle, 3Cs.; also Wire-hairec! Fos Tefrier (good house d.cg). and Kennel.—Da vies, Hairdaiesser, Ply- mouth-stre-t, Swansea. 9S6f3-23 C^YCUii-—Brand new "RayaI TriumphT" v Dunlop T-res, eccentric Brackets, Peer- leas guards, new departure free-wheel hub; complete; £:6 lite. Oci.; bargain—Apply 14, Ncleon-streei, Swansea. 7tg3 2S MOIOR CYCLE for Sale, Minerva Engine.— i. II A. Eilis, Architect, Fisher-street, Swansea^ 7<te3-36 FLEET1 P,ieFs f,cym C6 5s. Worthiest I. Wheel Prices f-orn £6 15s. Easy pa.y. ments arrengea. Two speed gears Ll 15e. ex. tra.—button Ei-os., 21, St. Helen's-roa-d, Swan- sea 70g3 26 CYCLES, eye, Cycles, fZ 17S gd—It oosts too much to advertise particulars Cali and see tbe-n.-Sulton Bros., 21, St. Helen's- road, Swansea. 7Dg3-36 MOTOR CTCLEiS.—1J I p. Minerva, £ 5; 2 itl h.p. Mmerva, £ io; 2ih h. Kelicom. £ 15; 3 h.p. Mitchell, £ 10; 3} h.p. Olympic, JE17 10s.; 2 h.p. De Dion Tricycle, £ 12.; Motor Car, £ 120.—Sutton Bros., w., St. Helen's-road, Swan- sea. 70g3 26 MOTO?. CYCLES—3i h.p. Obimpic. 25 J.1 guiner\ Looks well and goes well, and a,lw end s.-e thrrn at Sutton Bros, 21. St. Helen's-roaii, Swansea. 70g3-25 CI Civ!a'S, your old machine plated V and enamelled, complete, including plat- ing rims, for 25s.; Road Racers, 15S ME, 71, High-street and 23, Dillwyn-stree-, Swan- sea. 12-g3-23 G S-RUdge.Whitwortb Cye.1e, free G- wheel and two rim brakes; only E4; a bargain.—195, Kensington-orescent, Swansea. lQ4g3-27 TRAD-S SPECIALITIES COSTITMES: Ladies Costumes!!— A Speciality at Alabaster and Oo. s, 'l'h.e City Tailors, Castle-street, Swansea !44g4-20 FROCK COATS! Frock Coats!!—A Speciality at Alabaster and Co. s, The City Tailors. New Goods for Spring, 1906, now on show. All Garments Cut by London (City) Cutter.- 38, Castle-street, Swansea 144g4-20 I^F.OCK GO. TS!-Fruck Coats.—A Speciality F at Alabaster and Oo.'s., the City Tail- C'J New Goods for Spring, 1906, now en show. All Garments Cut by London (City) Cutler.-33, Castle-street,: Swansea ,144g4-2D TT/*E have just eceived our New Stock of VI English and French Cloths for Ladies' Wear.—38. Castle-street, Swansea (opposite ""Western Mail" Offioe). 144g4-23 a THE Distributor VioJin Tone Improver adds 100 per oent. to the tone value; post free, Is 6d.; 'Cello, 2s. 6d.; Bass, 36. 6ci. Money re- turned if not approved of. Particulars and testimonials free—Williams, 3, Keonys-street, Griffiths;ovm, Mon. 953f3-23 RY TRY Williamson's Celebrated Sausages, ± Pork Pies, Black Puddings, Polony, Brawn, Cooked Meats, Home-CTired Hams a.nd Bacon. Wholesale an-d Retail. 85, Ox- ford-street, Swansea, Nat Tel..No. 225. 35g4-t7 TRY Sidney Paimer's Cakes and Pastries; ;dso takes the lead for Wedding and B rthday Cakes.—Kindly inspect his windcws at fa, OxfOllreøt., and Branches, Swansea. lCg3-Z3 A Choice assortment of "Swiss Prey Choco- lates' w il be sent a.bsolntely free to tbe first- applicant in each town or village whose request reaches S. A. Towell. 110, Cheapside, London, next Monday. Applica'.Hons mnst be written on a.n outsride wrapper from a 3d. pao- k.t of "Swiss Frey Special" purchased locally, and 3 stamps for postage enclosed. (Unsuc- cessful applicants will receive a 3d, packet.) Tasting Tells. 930-flo OAL.-B,,et LaTgc, House Coal, 21s. per c ton; 5dwt., as. 6d.; splendid Large House CoaJ, 19s. per ton; 5cwt., 5s—J. Pridcnore, 20, V.a.unwen-road. Swansea. Nat. Tel. Mv4. 6Cg3-25 TO BUITJDE!R.S.—Billheads, Mermorandinms, Business Circulars and Cards. Time Sheets, Estimate Books, and every kind. of Coicanercial Printing at the "Cambrian" OEBce, 211, Higb-ettreet, Swansea. ATIL 'VMLIAM OXI.-EY, lhqv-ate Bnquirri I Agent, late IVetective Sergeant, Canfiff Police. ConSdemtial iUVE"gt .ga.tions., Lower Cat.hedraJ-roai, Oaircfifif. Highest Reference. C'ORN PAINT, made of superior ingrefli- er.ts, ami eas,ily appled; Is. bottle for 6d. —J. Da vies, M.P.S., Chemists, 30, High-st.reet, Swansea.. ■VVTOOIJ^EiN Factory to Let.—"Glangwydd- j ei-ig," near Llandovery. Modern Machinery. Plentiful water supply. Low reut. Dwelling-house attached. Immediate possessi<yn.-Apply D. Evane, Bradford Honse, Llanelly. 4^Cam3-2 PMOLYNEUX, Fish Merchant, 12lj, High- street, Swansea. Cheapest Shop in town for Fish of all varieties; wholesale and retail Trial solicited. 32 TVTARVEJLLOUS LIGHT.—See Kent's New J-'A Incandescent Gas Light, 200 Candle Power, consumptiop of gas costing one Far- thing per hour, can be seen being tested ca the premises. No charge for Fixing. 1 £ yon cannot call and ipspect it, telephone^ and an experienced man shall be sent to fix one on approval- I have the largest assortment of np-to-date Inverted and other Gas Fittings, Burners, Globes, and all QJI- our Shades, Mantles of all makers. Gas Fires. Gas Radiators, etc., in stock. Also sole agent for the renowned Defiance Mantles, 28. 9d. per dozen. See that name is st-unpad on every box. none other is genuine. Do cot boy of hawkers, or you will get takes In Get your supply at W T. Kent's, Gal Fitting and Sanitary Stores, 31, Oxford- street. Swansea, Nat. TeL 585. Corp. 113, A RTIFICIAL Legs, light and strong; Steels for weak legs, Spine Supports, ElaiStic Stockings and Belts, Eyes. Trusses, Bandages, lady attendant for Ladies' Belts, etc.; Crutches, etc., in stock; illustrated list.—Maker and Repairer. Allen Pearce, 23, Charles-street (off Gueen-street), Cardiff, and Broadmead, Bristol. 698j9-3 LADIES recommend Nurse Herbert's Pills. The safe, genuine and reliab'e remedy for Irregularities ot the System and all Female Disorders; warranted non-injur- ions; superior to l ilcochia, Apiol, etc.; price Is. and 2s. 6d. per box, post fre^, securely packed, with full directions, on receipt of postal order.—Obtainable only from Herbert, Chemist, Dept. 64, 161, Seven Sislers-road, London. r EDUCATIONAL. GIRLS' BOARDING ft 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- eors. Pupils prepared for all Public Examina- tions. The House is well situated in its own grounds, close to beach and parks. MUSICAL. ACADEMY OF MUSIC. 100, WALTER ROAD, SWANSEA, MISS FLORENCE L. FRICKER, A.R.A.M., A.R.C.M., and MISS MINNIE r. FRICKER, L.R.A.M.. A.B.C.M. Lessons will be resumed on Thursday, September 14th. D^NOSNG, CAUIST ENLC5, AC. j D .4NCING, CALISTHENICS, SPANTSH AND PHYSICAL EXERCISES. GEDNEY HOUSE, ST. HELEN'S ROAD. I MISS CRAVEN'S CLASSES are held at her Residence on WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS, at 2.30; MOXDAY and WEDNEISDAY at c o'clock. Classes also held at Neath, Ten by, and Carmarthen. .1 Adult Tuition Class on Monday Evening. Private Lessons. I (npiss' C onstitntionB aIls: TT For Grease, Swelled TESTIMONIAL. UA|)RJAN Legs. Cracked Heels, TT -^C ,J iiUl uCD Coughs, Colds, Sore Fairfield, Throats, disordered Kendal Liver, Broken Wind, Influenza, Loss of Appetite &c., &c., I have fonndf>Aii]A .^r Hide boand. Star- them the be«t for > M T | I ft Hove or iiorses, andvUlUV Blown, Distemper,Epi- r» fi, I rnnid demic, Surfeit, Con- procure, particu- dmomng. Preserving Health, li.lv for Scour- ,Scoun:2g 'n C*JV?S &T5; ine i» Cv,. c v,ppn gUssflftiSZ W. ARMSTSOSC* UUUVU Assisting 10 get i.10 A eondition, Scouring in Lambs, &c. Prepared upwards of 50 years, by the late Francis Cupiss, M.R.C. V.S., Diss, Norfolk I Sold in pickets iAp and 3. 6 each 7 small packets 10/6 or 7 large 21 f-, by Chemists and Medicine Vendors or from Francis Cirpiss, Ltd., THfi WILDERNESS DISS, on receipt of amount, = QANCER HOSPITAL (FREE) FULHAM-ROAD, LONDON, S.W. Patients seen daily on their own applica- tion at TWO O'CLOCK. Funds urf, itly needed for General Ex- penses and for the Research Department. Secrtary-FR.ED W. HOWELL. CANADA-FREE GRANTS OF LAND, The ALLAN LINE being under contract with tie Government of Canada for convey- ance of mails, anyone writing to the Com- pany a< IS, James-street, Liverpool, or 103, Leaden hall -st r eet, London, will obtain re- vised handbook, maps, and latest general information free of cost. I!ASK YOUR GROCER FOR A SAMPLE PACKET OF DOROTHY UNEN GLAZE. You wid be dsiightd. k polishes Cuds and C«H«rs iike Ivory instantly »nd preserves tbe linen. DiSers from all others, it IBBM MC be put in the starch. SOLD EVERYWHERE in id. a^d 3d. packets, i SAMPLE FREE PER POST. MakersBIRMINGHAM FOOD SUPPLY Co., S Ltd., VICTORIA WORKS BIRMINGHAM I in the starch. SOLD EVERYWHERE in id. a^d 3d. packets, i SAMPLE FREE PER POST. MakersBIRMINGHAM FOOD SUPPLY Co., Ltd., VICTORIA WORKS BIRMINGHAM < LOST AND FOUND. ik)er, Black Retriever Dog. eight months old. Finder rewarded. Detainer proee- cu-A.pyly Beoeofi Rros., luch-etreet, Swansea. 129g3-23 LOST, Brown Retrieves Dog, known by the name of "Bob"; finder rewarded; de. tainer prosecuted.—Davles, 1. Ritson-street, Briton Ferry. 16g3-24 OST, omooth-bax-red Fox Terrier, whttte bodv, t-n eans; known by namia of "Tiger." Reward given—Apply 47, St. Helen's- road, Swansea. 108g3-23 LOST, Terrier, cram BedHngton and Irish, rough yellow coat. Finder rewarded an returning t-J Wm. E. Edwards, Confectioner, Market-etreet, Morriston. 150g3-23 T *CXST, in High-street, on Tuesday, March -L* 13th, Purse, containing 25s. and Gold Ring Finder rewarded on returning same to Central Polioo Station. Orcihard-etreet, Swansea. 76g3 22 TRADE NOTICE. "00188 A. J. CHAPPELL. FISHMONGER 4 OYSTER MERCHANT, POULTERER, DEALER is GAME. WIND-STREET, SWANSEA, and w NEWTON-ROAD, MUMBLES Telegraphic Address—" Chappell, Swansea." Country Orders promptly attended to. ■ CARRIAGE WORKS, FISHER-STREET, SWANSEA. Telephone—0462 JOHN JoITeS & Co., HIGH-CLASS YAN AND CARRIAGE BUILDERS. ORDERS FOR NEW WORK, GENERAL REPAIRS, PAINTING, TRIMMING, &Gm PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. MOTOR CAR INSPECTION PIT PROVIDED AND REPAIP, EXECUTED. .——<<u* ——-—-——— NO HOUSE EQUALS DO.WN & ON FOR RELIABLE FURNTTTTREc THEY ARE THE LARGEST MAKERS EY MACHINERY tN WALES HAVE THE MOST EXfENSIVE STOCK TO SELECT FROM, AND GIVE THE BEST POSSIBLE VALUE. Carpets Made and Laid Free. ESTABLISHED NEARL 1 HALF A CENTURY. HIGH STREET & MORRIS LANE, SWANSEA. "t how very many serious illnesses develop from small ailments? The direstiw ■ (Have You Considered and sccretive organs become slightly deranged, and unless the cause is removrjL. ft toe trout! 2 becomes aggravated, and lasting sickness is almost certain to follow! ■ The secret c £ good health is to right the wrong in its early stages, aad no § better corrective is joiown than I 1 BEECHAM'S PILLS. I By tli^ir specific action on the stomach, liver and kidneys, thev assist those ft I organs to perform their proper lunctioas, and so restore normal condition. ft fl RFFr ttZ^ 7cU ft T11! U1> btrt wbea feel out of sorts, feke 1 y BEECHAM'S yiL-S, tue handy remeay of the home. REMEB £ B £ R ■ 3 tnat in tailing R^ECHARi S ± iLiJS you are not tr^i-^p- an experiment. Thw B a are, and have been for manv years, the onlv FamiV Mdi-Wil in_. W tea^hy homes. With a box II EEECHAifrS PJLLShtg% £ I reliet without risk. you awea «*cty | Sold eYerywtJere in boxes, Pfict 11 (56,PP-ls) iJ.: 2!Ç (168 p. [ I "VTF.ATTt1 AND DISTRICT BILL-POSf* IJJG CONIPANY.-IAte T. Wall. OfficesASSEMBLY ROOMS. NEATH. Manager:—J. W. ROBINSON. Lessees rnd Proprietors of the best Posting Stations in N oath =1 District Nature's Perfect Remedy for all kinds of Worms. w 0 R m LOZENGES. For over 33 years this highlv Valuable R^medv ll.'lS lTi*^ witli t D-O J7TCVi-t^5"t 6aOC*^6S. 11.? eS«rupOT Weak, p!l,c«e CM** U.ftfn given ui as ircurahie) is Lk? Ma^.c. Getting rid of his tormenting pests by tk tÍleÐé Lo?.eri2e6, the ihin. p^J-O-Lased. n At-irnate Child bccomea strong, healthy, ad lively, the pride instead of the anxiety cf his guardians. Llanjrenmech., !,ecr LlaTselly, 30,h. 1872. UgaY gir.—Mv youngest daaehter. Emma Ann. 13 years o. age, pot nri ot a -,um ber of W by takine only thre-e or four of Williams' <Pont?rdawe\ Worm Lozer,se« T am glad 1a sav that sh" has riv1' improved j in health, beinz previously lingering and ) delicate in h.—Yo-^ trrJy. MARTHA GP.rFFTTTTS. Late of YniPTMjnr-wch. S, — Any of the following RvrnT»toTr>s trd',('<>+(" worms :—Variable fretic! b, ee, p rl. t rwins ir, the stor^vh T1.1 wcVne??. trr'ndinc of the teeth during sleep, dreams and restless ness. palews? of the eowtenoiy*. sri+c»»es i" rid". sh"^t drr ro'ifrh. fl-nd emr)ciatic*n r>f the bodv." oft^ f^ vons5->ee5, slaw fever, and irregular prrlse hint. sometimes convulsive Pts. often mrw de^ht diz^r^. throat and inflammation of TH* bowels The TIKO. «-rmntoms vary accordir^ to the knk. o.f WThTSTx>7-n^ -crvtain WThTSTx>7-n^ -crvtain '!1<f'1't1" nJ"trTm.nt.l! to the constitntion. and are suitable for all boxTbv rvW. 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