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Scale of Charges I For Consecutive Weekly Insertions of SMALL ADVERTISEMENTS I (WHEN PREPAID ONLY). THREE LINES, not exceeding 24 words, 6d. Per Insertion. Every additional 8 words, Fourpence., The foregoing Scale applies only to Apartrrbeivts g. Souse To Let or -wanted Situati°ns pj^^ias W anted; Houses, Office, and Shops to Let or se > Wante Found; Miscellaneous P";a^vertlee- and Sales; but not to a y ment of a Trade nature. TRADE SPECIALITIES &c. (WHEN PREPAID ONLY). Twenty-four words 9d- Per i^00' TL.rty-two words Is. A reduction is made for a series of 26 or 52 insertions- -¡; an enn. If a voucher copy should be Three Halfpence per msertion s added to the above cheap rates. Unless prepaid the Advert^ments wfll serted at the. Prepaid rate. The "fictrtioil !«tter5 addreswd^J Post office| names to b. addrMWM (<> t,M gender throng advertisers by initials, raent. Letters to directed to "The orotber^e charg»;Mld iS Cambrian cover postage, will ha LwSded to the Advertiser's own Address. Remittances under 5s. may be made in Halfnennv Postage Stamps or Postal Or- Halfnennv Postage Stamps or Postal Or- Jere Postal Orders should be made • to i "The South Wales Post" Newspaper Co. Ltd 211, High street, Swansea. Address all communications to the Manager, "The j Cambrian." SITUATIONS VACANT. Housekeepers and Companions. 17|7ANTED, a Working Housekeeper— Apply, giving references, to 3, Cardigan-ter- race, Najitymoel. 528g4-5 TT7 ANTED. a Working Housekeeper, Mid V lL to take ea»re of baby month old.— Apply between 3 and 4, ZL OaUand-street, Pla&mafl 3kg4-2 Cooks and Kitcheninaida. COOK, experienced, Wanted at once; most* •rnderetiaJad Dairy too milking) and :B&ktn:A.¡)ply, stating age, and fullest par- r* vaurs. to Mm W. Walters, Ffynone, Swan. «e» 813g&.29 LvfcVfUJ LEWIS and Co Drapers, Swansea, requiro Cook-housekeeper for their Lca- ■■mi Branchy v-^ess .f;2S, a/re between 2S and $S; *<o saaiirt Hosaernaid (4 kept.).—Apply Sor»»eic^tf(ter. 28. High-Street, Swansea 90?f3-29 j VX7 ANTED. good, strong Girl, as Eitcbsn- » maid, and to aasist in Baf; good refer- ee- required.—lAppUr Steward, Salisbury Çinc. Swansea. 384g4-2 I -r House and Pas-lour Maids. > WAiNTED, a good Housemaid; good wagea —Mre A. T. Jones, Dan-y-Parc, Neath. 337g4-3 Nurses. WANTED, clean, respectable Young Girl, aa Nurse.—Apply 3, Gwydr-terraoe, Up- kands, Swan^a 513g4-4 -u WANTED, Nurse, by a Lady, for four young children.—Address, stating age, I osperieuce, references, and wages required, Mater, "Daily Poet," Swansea. 496g4-4 IT: —J"" j "wiwg^TS-y: Generals. I A good General Servant Wanted, at once. —Apply Black Lion, Orange-street, tta&LL&ea. 254g&30 A respectable Young G-irl Wanted, for house work; sleep out.—Apply Engineers' Arms, near General Post Office* Swansea. Arms, near General Post Onioe, Swansea. 497g3-31 A good, reepcotable General Servant J\ vVacted; jtnoWiethe plain cooking.— Apply, witn luid pckrticultixs, l?'air View, Um- dariitdod. 381g4-2 A good GemeraJ. bervank. Wanted, after Easter; email family; gotAi wages to oompewait servant.—Apply 14, Pioton-piaoe, titwacBea. 3b4¡¡"4-2 (ALiiAJS, quick, young Girl Wattled. aa J General; wages i,ii to ill; j' bome.—A^piy Jtt-x., 2a, Mchjuo-act-araaceat, Ca*OUf. 2c>dg £ -3G CJ.OOD General Servant Wanted; small fam- ily—Apply 2o, VVoodiafwie-terraoe. 249KMO LSth, about 14 or 15, Wanted, for morn- vf ing3.—Apply 57, Fin«bur^-terraoe, Swan- sea. 446gi-29 t-\ OOD General Servanit Wanted.—Apply f Bay View £ totel, Oyauermouth-road, Swansea. 34^g3-29 WANTWD, a good General.—Apply Aire. Daniels, 139, Hryn-road. 23&go-29 WANTBD, at onoe, a General Servant.— Apply 49, Park-etreet, Swansea. WANTED, strong Girl, fond of chi,, Appij- 44. Mariborougii^oad, Swansea. 500g.)..31 WANTED, good General Servant.—Apply ■ f1' Crown Inn, Woodfield-street, Morristojo. 31>g4-2 WANTED, respectable Girl, aa General.— Apply oi', Walter-road, Swasneea. 46k44 Wf ANTED, a good Genera* Servant.—Apply t- Mrs. Thomas, 65, Lowie-road, Neaih. 4)2g403 ANTHD, good General.—Applj- after 6, Jam<s>, Ida Villa, Tetraoa-road, Swan- nea 356g4-2 \/yANTED, a good General Servant.—Apply ■ Mrs Mafias, Hill Side, Town Hill-road, 'kettff. 447g4-j Girl, about 16 years, foe house- work.—Apply Farmonsf Arms' Meiyn, Neath. 246XMO t WANTED, at onoe, good General Servant. —Apply Cyprus Hotel, Bt. Thomas, Swansea. 244g3-30 TT7ANTED, a good General Servant.—Apply 6, St. Helen s-crescent, Victoria Park, Swansea. 450g44 WANTED, a Young General Servant. — Apply Mrs. Thomas, 14, Page-street Swansea. 433f4-3 WANTED, nice, clean Girl, as Housemaid. Salary £ 16.—Write Box 235, "Daily Poet," Swansea 436g4-3 XXT ANTED, at once, a good G eneral Ser- vant.—Apply Mrs. Felman, 17, Brurus- wiok-etycet, Swansea. 312g3-31 **T!ANTflD, clean, respectabLe^Jirl, for • housework; sleep out.—Apply 2?, St George's-t^rraco, Swansea. 322g4-2 WANTED, respectable General Servant; no washing.—Apply between 5 aiid 7 p.m.. 24. Walter-road, Swa.nsea. Z145n3-31 WANTED, at onoe, good General Servant; libre* in family—Apply Woodliffe, jlBlWb BliMtoiB, MW ftmnwinn. 2MeS- £ | WANTED, at once, respectable Girl, age 18, for housework; two in family; sleep out.—154, Rhydidings Park-road, Swaneeo. 355g3-29 ANTED, at once, General Servant; one able to wash; use about 22; references rcQuired,—Apply 3, Paee-etreet, Swansea. 449g-4-3 WANTED, an experienced General Ser- vant; two in family.—Apply 6. Owm- donkin-terraoe, any day between 12 and 7 277g5-31 \\7 -VNTtX), a General Servant, a,t once; one t from the country preferred.—Apply Brynmelin Hotel, Llangyfelach-street, Swan- sea 413g4-2 TtT'ANTFD. a. good Gremera.1 Servant; good VI wages to competent sarvant.—Apply Griffiths, Pish Merchant, Crown Shop, Aber- Aberavon. ^154>n4-4 WANTED, at once, a good General Ser- vant, able to do plain oooking, age about 26—Apply Wbyn&a.rn Hotel, College- street, Swansea. 347g4-2 XJUANTED, for Newton, Mumbles, Young » Girl, for housework, and to assist with invalid lady; live with family.-AppLy Help, "Daily Poet," Swansea. 229g3-29 TXT ANTED, superior Young Girl, as Nurse; two children, 3 and 5; sleep out.—Apply between 6 and 8 p.m., to Mi's. Molyneux, 6, Gore-terrace, Swansea. 415g4-3 "\I A.NTED, at once, a reepecta.ble Young Girl, ab-out 16, for Housework.—Apply, with references, to Mrs. Thomas, Golssseiim Hotel, Wind-3tTeiet, Swansea. 511g4-4 Servants' Registry Offices \RT ANTED, immediately, several experi- t- enoad and good Plain Cooks, two Par- lourmaids, Housemaid, Between Maid, aad three good General Servants.—The Agency, Mumbles. 231g3-29 \\T ANTED, at once, experienced and Plain ■- Cooks, experienced and Young Gon- eraip, Parlour and Houoe-Paa*lourmaiils, Houise Ohambermaidis, Waitresses, etc. — Apply Misa Lewis, Righ-ciass Registry, 13, Castle-street, Swansea. Nat. Tel 47x. 304g4-3 IKIECELLAKEOUS EiTUATlONS, 4-. BOY Wanted, to help Billiard Marker, even- ings only.—Apply Ffyaone Club, Swan- sea. 2.17g3-51 E y IMv r!J h:\CF.n Linen Keeper, good needle- woman altjo able to assist Housekeeper, and in Still iioom.—Apply after 6$.m., Muck- worth Hotel, Swansea. 371g4~2 GOOD Mian Wanted, for Milk aouncV—Oar- mar then United Dairies, Llanetly. 467g4^ A,LVANIZFAR For-eman Wanted; must be G a.ble to undertake superintendence of whole process iuciudiug .sheets -Apply, with testimonials, stating salary expected, to Gai- va-ntzer, "Daily Posit," Swaueea* 2151n4-3 1ADY Assistant, with good business experi. i ence, for Picture Framing business State salary roequired, experience, and fuil particulars, to P.M.D., "Daiiy Post" Office, S wan^ea. 334g4-2 MILLINEEY.—Wanted, experienced Millin- ers; also Improvers.—Appli" J. Bets Evans, 218, High-street, Swansea. 563g4-2 MEN an<3 Youths of good character d^ir- ing to become Stewards on first-class Lmerfe, Eflid attdiressefi envelope for paruicu- lars to Eawards, 137, St. Alban's-avenue, Chis- wick, London. 192&3-29 PAINTEES, quick M Papernai^ging,. Wanted.— Prce Paparhaaigir.fi Co., 17, Swi^Ksea. $33-39 SAKTTABT Inspectors, Lady Health Visi- S tors. Sal-uries £100 to Z350 Several hundred vacancies annuaJly. Open to alL Suooeta certain. Postal lessons now cam- mencing for Cardiff exam.; fees 25s.—Mush- ens, Science Teacher, Sunderland 339g4-9 SMAKT SALESMAN as Representative m South Wales and district fcr ola-estab- lished prominent company of Asbestos Maaiu- ia,otarers and Oil Merchants. Applicants j knowing trade preferred. Salary or commis- sion arranged.—Apply Box 56, Post Office, Bradford. 193gc-2? 1^0 PAINTESS.—Wanted, good Brush Hand. —Apply Newcornbe, 20, Bryn-y-Mor-rcad 376g4-2 ^J^AILOfiS.—Wanted, reliable ilac, to take -I charge ol Koom; permanency.—Apply D. Davies and Co., The Emporium, LlaceLLy 246g3-30 rpO PAIN TEKS.—Wanted, steady, good A Paperhanger; one thao is a good brush hand at painting Apply at onoe.—dones, Painter, Y BtaWiera. 2146n3-31 TINPLAlS Foreman Wanted; must be able T to uiidertake superinteudence of whole process, Mbd the erection and startine of new machinerj'.—Addreee Steel, "Daily Fost," Swansea. 2152n4-o WANTED, an experienced Waitress.—Apply '1'h.ree Lamps Hotel, Temple-street, Swansea- ii6g3-31 WANTED. Tailor esses; also lunp rover and W Appentioes.—Aj>p!y 44, Marllborough- road, Swansea. 501gazi WANTED, smart, willing Girl, for Wait- ing, Saturday evenings—Apply Apple Tree, Caer-street. Swansea 175g3-23 WANTED, two Stokers, also elderly Bn- If gincma-n —Apply anjr morning, Weig Colliery, Owmib vrrla, Swansea. 365g4-2 \\rl i.u. Assayer, used to oopper works *» work; young man; for Austria; wages £ 12.—Write "Copper." "Daily Post," Swansea 59714-6 WANTED, Ladly,, with leisure time, to assist in good audi interesting work.—j Address Leisure, "Daily Post,' Swansea. 445g4-3 WANTED, a Young Lady, in Vaults Bar; experience not necessary.—Apply after 5, Mrs. Copus, Empire Lounge, Swan- j sea. 456g4-3 \A7 ANTED, at onoe, a Man or Boy, to Sell » » Goal; must, be used to the trade.— Apply to No. 12, Cwm-terrace, Hafod, Swan- sea 303g3-31 ATEATH-—W anted, expcricmoed Gardener, I one day a week (Saturday).—Wa-ite, stating terms, Worker, "Daily Poet," Swan- sea. 336g3-29 WANTED, on commission, to open a Re- W ceiving Office in Swansea, for a good SI-ea.m Laundrry.—Address Steam, "Daily Poet," Swansea. 343g4-o WANTED, Groom-Gardener, dyive single and double; prefereuce given if aJso had experience motor ca»ra-—Cory Yeo, D-Ml- y-Ooed, near Swansea 2141n3-29 "H7ANTED, smart, active Lad, as Under Marker, and to assist generally.—Apply, with references, aiter 6 o'clock, to Steward, Salisbury Club, Swansea 384g4-2 \yiAiNTETO. competent Fitter, for Brick Works; no one need apply who is nd. experienced in Brick-making machinery.— Apply 16, Portia-terrace, Swansea. 327g4-2 WANTED, smart, respectable Young Men for His Majesty's Army. Life Guards, Cavalry. Royal Artillery, Boyal Bugineere, and all bra-nchos of th« Service. 973f3-30 WANTED, an experienced Barmaid; im- mediatelo; colliery district; aged 25 to 30 years—Apply, with reference, to T. Jenkins, Blaenga/f'w Hotel, Bdaengarw. 194g3-29 WANTED .-Messrs. SSedle Bros., Pholiv W graphera, have a vacancy fcr a Young Laxly who can Retouch, as Improver; also for two Apprentices—13, Heathfiold^streeit, Swansea. 507g4-31 WANTED, immediately, strong Young Man, to work trucJK and make him- self generally useful; wages S.3 pcor week; live in.—Apply, with references, Boots, Oastle HoteL, Neath. 197g3-29 WANTED, a respectable, sober, single Y'oung Man, to act as Under Boots and Night Porter; 10s. per week, with board and lodigfog.—Apply on Thursday, or Monday next, after 6, to Pitt's Grand Hotel, Swansea. ■ 436^3-31 WANTED, Boiler for Steel Shwtts, to go abroad; must be capable of erecting and starting new plant and supervising manufacture; knowledge of the most up-to- diate practice indispensable.—Apply, with testimonials as to experience and character, to Roller, "BeCy Poet," SnaBBea. 215Qo4-3 X/OvTNG Man Wanted, 35s. per week and commission; regular work; splendid opening—Address Compo Works, Bolton, 437g4-3 —^ Agrents, Canvassers, Travellers, &c, -Í- ARGENTS Wanned, Sitar Patent Brush Handle Fastener; good income easily i earned; sample 2d.-J. w. Crook and Co..1 Burnley, Lancashire. 303g3-29 T^XPEBIENCED Agents required at once, for Swansea, Llanelly, Neath, a,nd other towns, for the !>r.tirh Widows' Life Assur- ance Company. Salary and 25 per cent, com- mission; speedy promotion.—C P Bell, Branch Manager, 84, Norfolk-street, Swansea. 187g3-29 [ Canvassers Wanted, at once, for the British Widows' Industrial amd Tea ] Assurance Company; excellent terms.—C P. Bell, Branch Manager, &4, Norfolk-street. Swansea. ias^&-29 |3ABT-TlM3i Appointment.—A good oppor- tunity occurs for energetic Man, wil'inc to pei'sonally eolicit orders, to secure highly remunerative part time appointment.—Ad- dress Pers, "Daily Post," Swansea. 438g4.3 E ELI ABLE Agents" Wanted, for well-known PIC arm No samples to buy or carry Pre- vioos experience no tessentiai.—Address May, "Daily Post," Swansea. 666d.b.4-3 RAUJB Opportunity .—First-class and v.'ell- eeta.blished Company require Agents ( in Carmartbetn, Kidwelly, Barry Port,, aid Llanelly. Good books vacant through pro- mottsion). Salary and commission to s;rt- able men.—J Owen, 97, Cleveland Buildings, Llanelly. 214?4-3 1\A.l"1 ¥ fH. ener-getc Hepr»«Ptative for part T South Wales; liberal remuneration to an experienced can vassM.—Apply, with full par- 1 ticulars, to Energetic, "Daily Post," Swansea, 904I3-30 rpURN your Spare Time into Money In tour years 1 have pa d to Spare Time Agents £ 112,655 19s. 9d. Commission "I Provide Everything." Write for particulars f Agency.—J G. Graves, Agency Dent, The World's Supply Warehouse, Sheffield. m.o. WANTHD, Furniture Canvasser, Neatt and District Good salary and ^com- mission—Apply Cabinet, "Daily Post," Svrsui- tea 35>g3-^9 WANTED, Lady Typist and Shorthand j Clerk by a arm of Neath manu.actur- ers.—Address, etatmg age, experience, and &alary require!, to Typist, "Daily 1'o.it, Swansea. 2l40.i3-29 WAOTED.tsT'Liberal terms offered. Have you seen cur prospectus i 2s. 6..1 per month covers any sickn-css or acci- dent -Accident Company, Castle Chambers, Swansea. 471g4-4 W'ANTED. AgentsT throughout Wales; "V quick promotion; every assitanoe given by manager Houe Purchase special tables. Salary and commission.—Address Wales, c.o. "Daily Pest," Swa.nsea 412g4-10 XXJ A XTEDrtwo or three" good Spare or Full Time Agents, at llorriston, for a first- class Insurance Company. Book vacant or a good man.-Appl;v Superintendent, 121, Woodiie Id-street, Morriston, Glam 311g3-31 WKA l.T^T Life Oftice.—Wan ted, Addi- *-• tioimJ Representatives at Gowertoffi, Llanelly, Gorseinon, Pantyffynou, Port Tal- bot, surrounding Swansea and Valleys. Tip- top Union terms.—Address Energy, "Daily Post," Swansea. 4S9g4-4 T^ANTED, a Representative, to c-all on Bakers end Co-operative Societies, to eell a special Flour with an aireadiy estab- r'shed conne.cton A man with knowledge of baking tra-rle and also district preferred. Sal- ary, expanses, an4d commission paid.—Address, stating Qualifications, L.M P., "Daily P">st." Swansea. 2153n4-5 oris. WEEKTyT—Plerw»»»* 'Wat)f«d everr- Ovl where, either sex (who can write) En- close addressed envelope.—Secretary, 25, J'- Leoojard's, Southend, Essex. 285g3-31 -_u. Managers & Clerks. j C^LBItK Wanted, in a Colliery Office; must J understand book-keeping and accounte. —Address A.C.A.. "Daily Poet," Swansea 243S3-30 WANTED. Junior Invoice Clerk, iù: Mer- J L chant's Office Salary los.—Apply Mer- chants, "Daily 318g3ol \\JANTED, Young Lady, -nhc)rLliaud and T'ypirft, for Swansea office. State speed, also age and salary required, to Lady, "Dai'y P1 st," Swansea. 463g4-4 \KJANTED, Junior Clerk, fair knowledge of VV Shorthand amd Typewriting; wa^es about 10s. weekly; also Messenger Boy.Ad. dress Junior, "tiaily Post," Swansea. 464g4-4 Tradesmen's Apprentices & Assistants BOOT TRADE.—Wanted, ail experienced B J urn or Assistant; Weifih preic.rred.- Apply Anckiand, High-street. 297g3-31 BOOT"TRADK -Besi>ectvii>]e Boy Wanted, at, B once.—Apply personally, Stead and Simpson, Ltd., High-stieet, Swansea. 415g3-29 DKJifciSMAKING—Apprentioee Wanted, im- D meuiately.—Apply Mis. Bey an, 10, Han-1 over-streei, Swansea. 215ff3-29 DK-EStSMAKING. —Wanted, immediaiely, im- D plovers and Apprentices.—lApply Mns. Poaroe, Costumier, 21, Phillips Parade, Swan- !0a. 414g4-3 GEOCEP.Y—Wan<tcd, Young Man, as Assist-; ti ant.-Address B.S., "Daily Peøt," SAaa" se-a 332g4-3 MILLLNTVRY.—Waixted, Apprentices.—lApply In- Marine Emilie Evans, Oxioirdi-sitreet, Swansea. 422g4-3 MIXiJ!NB.E,Y. —'Apprentices for Workroom1 required.—Apply W. Edwards, Draper, Oxford-street, Swansea. 267g3-3) SMART" Juniors Wanted, at once; good i characters indispensable.—Appliy May- pole Dairy Co., Ltd., a09. High-street, Swan- j sea. Z6Sg3-3Q WANTED, a smart IAA, for Boot and Shoe Trade.—Apply J. W. Base Thomas, 2, J Duke-street, Swansea. Na^u Tel. llOx. 369g4-2 Office Boys and Errand Boys. -< T'RRAND Boy Wanted; one able to solicit- E -Apply W. James, 1, Glanmor-creaoeait, Uplands, Swansea. 404g4-2 n- QTBONG Boy WantocL—Apply Swansea.- Ex- O press Delivery Co., Ltd., Bellevue-st., Swansea.. 366g4-2 WANTED, imroedlately, smart Errand Lad. —Wilson, 80, Oxfoird-sta-eet, Swansea. 292g3-31 WANTED, a sharp Errand Boy; must be an eaaiy riser.—Apply 69, High-street, Swansea. u 204g3-291 ANTED, a respeotiaJi>le Errand Boy.— Apply Wallace, Boot Stores. High-st.. Swansea. 258g3-29! WANTED, in a Solicitor's Office, an Office W Boy, a.ge about 15 years.—Apply in own hanc'twriting, to Solicitor, "Daily Post," Swansea- 47(te»M WANTED, immediately, respectable K!r- w T i, i<b Boy!; good ohiaoract'er.—Etoasoll Davies a-tidi Son, Wholesale Warehousemen, !owe.r Wafterloo-street, Swansea. 506g3-31 CITUATIONS WANTED, A £ MY Eeserve Man desires Situation, any capacity; groom preferred, or would] take situation in posting yard;, drive single j or pair; eight years' good charaoeer.—J J. Morris, Garth Station, Breconshire. 283g3-311 BAK.EKS and Confectioners.—Situation Wanted,1 First or Single; good all- round hand: Bread, Cakes, Smalls, etc ..good refe.rence.s.- W., 1, Dea.u-street, Aberdare. 345g4-3 FANCY T\1ADE—Situation arf Appmectice required by Young Lady.—Terms, etc., to Aberta.wc, "Daily Poet" Oflioe, Swansea. 300g3-31 HIGHLY respectable Person requires situa- tion as Housekeeper to gentleman; dis- engaged.—Apply Y.Z., J5, Belle Vue-street., Swansea* 362g4-2 j SITUATION Wanted as Working House- S keeper, or any position of trust, good plain oook.—Write Careful, "Daily Poet," Swaoeeo. 228s3-29 WANTED, by a respectable Person, Daily f Work of any kind.—Write E.M., "Daily I'csRt," Swansea^ 455g4-3 WANTED, by a Young Girl, age 20, situa- tion as Nurse; fond of children; good home.—Write M.-J.P., "Daily Post," Swansea. 536g4-2 "OTnAlNT*ElD. by respectablei WiLtiow, fi/itua-taon pf CaredaJter, or Offices to clean, or i-ny other place of tru&t.—Agrees Care- taker, "Du.ily Post," Swansea. 47g3-3! WANTED, by a, respectable Young Woman, j Offices to clean, or a few clays' Clean- ( I'jg; well used to Office work and Cleaning; jood references if required.—Address Gleam- iTig, "Daily Post," Swa^usea. 466g4-4 YOUNG Girl, just left school, requires a/ situation as Youug Nurse Girl, and make herself generaliy useful.—Address L.J., "Daily Post," Swansea. 3S7g3-29 :0- r ROPERTY r-7- SALE AND TC &.ET. -J PAPEEHANGING and Paint Buf-.iuess for Dispell; flourishing town; low stock; low rent; good reasons for lea vmg.—Write Paperhanging, "Daily Post," Swansea. 230g3-29 X,97C — 8-rooiiied, eubcrt aatd aii i y -built I iJ Hou-e, every con venieiice, nicely lone out. Stamp reply for particulars.—H.T., 'Daily Post," S'A&nsea. 21Sg3-29 l^Oll SAi-B or to Let, "The Chesnure," Up- lands, Swansea.—Appiy John R. H*oh- irds, Solicitor, Swansea. 645d.b.4-30 BEACH-STR £ iBT.—7-r^An>ed House for Sale. Lease 70 Ground rent £ 4— As-t- ey Samuel, Auetioutcr, Swansea. 251g3-5Q EUYDDLMG'S iJAitK-iiOAD.—Dweiiing lLou.se.1 and toiioii tor oaie l^e 9'0) yaa^s- 0-rourwi rent £ •».—A^tley iiamuel, King's (Uell- trai Hall) Chambeio, Swansea. ?.jlg3-3} -_U_- +- CLY'DAOll—To Let, Dttaohed Villa B.esi- c dencc- IoiC.-OO ro:>ais, bath ihot amd sold), eicotric L'ght, acre of garden— Astley aaaiue-l, Auct.ooeex, Swa.nsea. 2&lg3^>0 Ov^it>.K.M ou rit-AO-AD. — Two Dwelling Houses for t>aie, well let-, r0asou.t,b10 price.—Asoley Samuel, Auctioaeex, cv/ansea.. Solgo-o'l p.BOMWBLL-TBSKAC !i. For Sale, nine- roomed aouixs, rrKti bath; le-tce about 66 years; groand rent £ 2 19s. bd.-Aat.iey SaiUuei, iv:.cgis 'C-eusitrai ilail) Ohamoers, :-«anwi.. i po LET, Lanfflands, Mumbies, good n.- •A ling liousc, seven bedrooms, 3 recep- ti-on, bath, etc. Actiey Samuel, Auctioneer, Swansea 251g>30 r|X) LEtT^Furuisheci, Glyn Cottage. Norton, 4 Bedroonic, 2 Skiing £ ooas, lon<j or sliort period; moderate rental.—Astley Sam- uel, Auctioneer, Swansea.. 251g3-30 DAN'YGRAtu-TE'E-KAOE, ST. THOMAS.-For I Sale, L'weliins Houses, six rooms, long lease, low ground reut.—Astley Samuel, Alio- tioneer, Swansea ?51g3..YJ 9BUCKINGHAM-TE'aaACE»—'To Let, with 91 imniiidiat-e ijossess'ion; alii Rent £28 per annum.-Apply to áSti:>y W. bamuel, Auctioneer, Swansea felgWO :)f* BHOOKI>ANE^TEKitAaE-To L?X, 3 *m\)> looms, bath (hot and oold;, posstwoa at early date.— Appi.» to Astley W. S-muel, ■ King's Chambers, Swansea. 2Slgo-33 1 O ESATHFIEI,D.—To Let, 5 Bedrooms, & JLU> liecejDtion Rooms, Bath (hot and cold;; p)w,cesi,on on the 25th iiist. Apply to ley W. Samuel, Aaotiooaer, Swansea, 251g3->3 K'EAT.tJ.—Wanted to Kent, a g'xxl House, wstb GroucS tuU parti'ulass */j j A.mey w Wamuel. Auotioaae^, « bers, Hwaaeea. 251J5^>0 O WANHBA. —63, Walter-rosud, The Vicarage, to Let; nine bedrooms, 4 sitting room. bath (hot and oold), stabling, large garden and lawn; possession in June.—Astley W Samuel, Estate Agent, Swansea. 251g3-3D 'INT>SOR-STHE £ 7T. —Oa^jit,a! House for -*•- Sale, excellent coiDditioio, long lease, greenhouse; hack entrance.—Apply Jranik It-ajideil, Auctioneer, Dynevor-place, Swansea. 307g3-3l I I ently arranged House, bath (hot and cold'i, long lease.—Apply Frank Ran dell, Anc. tioneer, Swansea. 3CTg3-3i COTTAGE Property In veetmenxs—Particu- c Lars of several good investments in email House Property, may be obtained on application \o Frank Handell, Auctioneer, Dynevor-place. 307g3-3: FOE SALE (to close an Estate) Cottage Pro- perty situate near the Docks, all well let; gross annual rent C56 11s.; low ground rent; good investment; will pay 10 per cent. For price and par-ietilarf, apply Bishop and Salmon, Union Chambers. 27, Union-street, Swansea. 269g3-30 FREEHOLD Residence, Sale Price LW, in- cluding valuable Fixtures; nicely situ- ated; any balance can remain at 4 per cent. —Address W.M., "Daily Post," Swansea 299g3-51 "VT EATH.—For Sale, as a going concern, th? 1-i Business. Furniture, Fixtures. Fitting?, and Utensils of well-known Restaurant; mod- crate rent.—For particulars apply to Heu-ry Parminter, Auctioneer, Neath. 341g4-3 M'TTMBLBS.—For immediate disposal, owner retiring, lucrative business, exception. al opixirtunity, investigations invited.—Apply Casscl, Central Restaurant, Mumbles. 435g4-3 GOaSE^NON.—For Sale, House and Shop. or to Let.—Addrress E M., "Daily Post-, Swansea. 4S9g4-4 FOR StALE, Leasehold "Shop and Premises, in Neath-road, Briton Ferry; excellent position low ground rent; conveniently fitted; a.lso three Leasehold Dwelling-houses, J centre of town, always tenanted.) Gross rents £ 35 per annum.—For particulars apply James Revell, Solicitor, Neatli. 479g4-4 | HOUSES FOR CAUS i-'OR SALE, Freehold Houses, 68 to 72, Owm Level-road, Landore.—Appli' W Harry,; 18, Beverley-street, Port Talbot. 477g4-4 IpOli 8-VLL, No 17, Siii-oreet-plaoe, opposite Town Hall, Swansea—Apply Jno. R. Bjcha.rds, Solid i'ot, 51, F sher-street, Swansea. n2129t.o. BATH.—Offers for two or"four 6-roomeri Houses-, long lease; respectable neigh- bourhood; well tenanted*.—Particulars, Nl.lls, Neatli. 2i40n3-29 TO BE LET BUSINESS-PRESSES | O HOP md Premises to Let, at Mount Plea- sant Apply Stevens, 1. Terrace-road. 4ljg4.-2 TO_LKT~ g^xi St^ible ajid~C>>a<h House, with T Loft, back of London-road.—Apply A- T. Jones. Dan-y-Parc, Neath- >i38g4-o rrO LET, Shop and Premises, 9 and A 10, Pentre Estyll; suitable for any busi- ness-, moderate rental.—Apply No. 154 <op- j posite) or Freednia.n, 3, St. Mary-street, Swan- sea j 418g4-2 "jV' BAT if.-To be Let, large Shop-Dwelling- house, in Old Market-street. Option to ingoing, tenant to purchase at a low figure Fish Cooking Range. T)-u-nisils, Stock, etc un premises;—Henry Parminter, Auc. tioneer, House and :&f.ate A^ettt, Neath, 341g4-.> t.I QTUDIcT"to Tet, in centre of SwajKfea, with n or wiihout Fittings, etc.—Address J.P.L., "Daily Post, Swansea,. 323g4-2 i 17 ARM.—OwlT"Lodge, Maiyak, BtockpiU, 3J F miles from Swansea, 8-roomed newly- buiH, House, estaoie, 8 tie cowhouse, large sheds and buildings, lû:. acres, more if re- quired, adjoiwing C/lyn- MboT. Common rights.—Stevens, Woroettter-piace, Swansea. 388g4-2 rf^VFFlCEIS.—Some most desirable Offices tc Let, in Castle-street.—A^>ply Corpora- tiom Estate Officc, Coleridge House, Swansea. 671d.b.4-3 I —————————————————————————————j TO LET—HOUSES TO LET, Detached YiHa, LatngLand Hill, M umbles.—•WiLtkaflns^ 29, Cfestle-sfcrteetv SwaiC&ea.. 500g4-4 PO j-tKT, Dwelling House* No. 11, Pell-street. [ Apply \\r_ Fdwards, Dra.per, Oxford- street, Swansea. 488g4-4 T0 LET, No. 4. Gwydc Gardecs, with im-j ineoiate poeseHfdoa^gAppfly J. Blewitt Jenkins, 3, Swansea. 4S5g4-4! TO LET, House, B n c kilii h am -terrace, nine i rooms; centrally sitnat-ed; rental £ 28.— Write in 3rst instajice, A.J., "Daily Post, Swansea,. 100a5-311 yV ELTYSCfiiAOH." Irteboeth, l^andorc, to Lèt, five minutes -alV; from Bryiihy-1 f.r:;d tpHtL. oerniinus, ntflle rooms, bathroom j <bi,t and cold), w.c.f au^? every oouverLie-tic-P, 'Aith codvoraatory, lawps, gardens, stable, and coach.houso.—Apply John C. Morris, Sail-, citor, lpg, Oxiord-street, Swansea. 219g3-29 'F° LET, coNvenientS jjt-roomcd House, V, Viotoria-terrace; inoderate rent; im- mediate possesion.—ApJ^y 2, Buckingham- terrace, Swansea, ? K5g3-31! pURNIisHEO Uoase toSjet. or Apartmen ts, g"ood view of the sea, hot and oold bath; terms moderate—Asply Matthews, eo. PhUl1n!o.e, jtut^l«r < 226g3-29 TjOUSE to j>rt> Wiadsctt-terrace; low rental to suitable tenant* immediate posses- sion.—Write, first mstaaie, to Picture, "Daily Post, Swansea. 4S2g4-3 ]V EATH.—To be Let, <(Jjninodiou5 Dwelling- house, io rooms,i;b:ithro-om (hot and ec-ldi, lavatory, china1 pantry, cellar, etc. io'.v rent—To vi&w, apWhf to Henry Pa,rmin-1 ^er. Estate Agent, NeacB- 341g4-3 PART of House to 1^—Apply 36, St. HeI- — ell d. S-vv a A". 309?W1. ■pART House to Le^Swiwell-terrace.every convciiwace,— Wiw Tenant, c.o "Daily y'-st,' Swansea. 555g4-2 ICi:u"ONt)-ROAD.—NoT 16 to be Let; e!lirly possession; KtJiiopi improvements; eleo "TIc light; new condition.—Apply Lees, as above. 235g3-29 U HAI-Tf ESBtTSy HOiSe, Q-t. first-class iSQtuse to Let, 3 recep- tion, billiard, and 3 '^Aroonis, kitchen, ftc.; stjjtabie tor school :.iaf iastitu'doa, etc.—A Wilhamsoii, 3o, Gx^oi«*tree:, Swansea. 361g^-2 'T'O J..ET, 4, Casweti-digest, rooms and, back kitchen, vritlj ^Keard.en.—A.pply ilisa Cim-k, J. Chri$tiaa-»6SS6t, Swansea. 461g4-3 s) H<;uses to Let, in the West End, 8 and 9 roonrs, rental« £ 38 and lis per week; every convaairoo?; 'rell worth attention.— Address Wcx-x End' wfcilv Post," Swansea. -f 385gi-2 House °ilo Let, at Bishopstoii, U garden a ttaoiiid.—Apply MLss Civeliti, Bishopstoa, R.S.O., Glamorgan. 2?4g3-31 0 Mackworth-terr^ce, St. Thomas, to Let, .thnxirn ihoi. and cold:, every coa- y iSSephens, 49, Crurlton-ter- race, Swatisea 373g4-2 -t TO LET v r^r~ A ^ARTJiENT-g. t- without attendanac; 3 roonib on fi^et floor; uo children.— Aiplty 26, Al.r:a,!in'T'^»road. S'.vansea. 4GSg4-2 A PA^TMDyi'g, — iKonit Sitting-room acid '^o-a'oam to It0i suit gent t-vaan; piano, bath (hot and coid^-rAppi'» 1. .l.'ows-pL.ce, near Albert Hall, _19Jg.3-Z9 Z>OMFOBTABLS" £ ^i6gings' for ese >r two rû- ) spectablo V. aiiri "1.1., T.eaconsSeld- tei-raca, Herbervrc^fi.'b- 4S9g4-4 c t>i (Mntre of ovii; jcaft' -jpf vv' giutlcon&n in 1 iusoj.- s; aa.throo-r- •> r '• "d^-ytreej-t, S -/• ■ -23S33-23 C* ^Oaufes^i.Lfc •- '-4 Lady, with view to eot^aBioJf'H.'P more than prnfiti -no. enU.d1"en.-A.¡)rol.r Companion, 93, Windaop-lotid, Neeth. 454g4-3 /OM^JSTABLf; Situag-r^O'Ti and Eedrcx.-m, »»uit one or t-,?o g->r.<W*r'aen; tci-ms 14s. wt-ekly inclusive; central.—Address Central, "Daily Post," Swansea. 37vg*-2 XX^IKLY L'Xtgui^J lor one or two Young M'cn, bath (hot and coldi, very moder- ate terms,—11, St. H-elon's-cresoent,. Swanst^1.. 401^3-29 V C2LY-FURNISHBD Sititing-roo7ii ard Bed- room (2 beiei to Let, in most c-nveni- ent paa-t of tbe town; suit one or two geatle- bath (hot and cold); good oooking hold attendance; board or otherwise.—Apply Reid, -6. Pagc-street 293g3-31 r 0 LET, 2 Unfurnished Rooms.—Appliv 14, St. Geo.rge-s-treet, Swansea 454g4-3 rrO LFP.Two Fu7-n,ished Rooms; siit_ Ycnng Married- Couple.—'Apply ICE, Wsetero- st!,ee,t> Swansea. M0g3-^i TO LET, 2 comfortable Furnished Rooms and Front, Sitting and Bedroom, at 16. Belle Yue.etreet. 421g4-3 "rO Li-r, two or three Unfurnished Rooms, best part of Sketty.—Write Sketty, "Daily 1>rst," Swansea. 43Cg4-3 TWO Unfurnished Rooms to Let. in St. Thomas; elderly couple not objected to. Write R.D.S., "Daily Post," Swansea. 287g3-.)1 rro LET, a Unfurnished Rooms, with use of -scull-erY.A.Pply Charles Evans, News- agent, 72, Bryn-y-M or-road. Swansea-. 405g4-2 I^O LET, two Ursfurnished Rooms, wit'h of scullery.—Apply Mrs. Charles Evans, Newsagent, Bnyn-y-Mor-road, Swansea. 23^3-29 1' T 0 IjET, two Unfurnished Rooms, Teixace- J. roed; use kitchen and gas stove; rent ^t.—Atidress View, "Daily Poet," Swansea- 4t3g4_4 fro LET, two Furnished or Unfurnished Rooms, in Rhondda-streefc.—Apply 01, Terrace-road, Mount Pleatjant, Swansea. 424g4-3 rp KRRACE-KO AD —To Let, 2 or 3 Fur- nished Rooms; pleaaant and healthy situation.—Address Boa, "Daily Post," Swan- Sea. 278g3-31 ryyo LET, two Ujful-n-johed Rooms, use "f gu« stove and scullery; S'ttit married couple; no children.—69, Norfolk-street, Swan- sea 403g3-29 rpo IjET, Fi"ont Sitting-room, with one or two large Bedrooms, bath (hot and e-'Id), good cookinjg—Apidy 19,, Wa-ltor-roa4 Swansea. 237g3-29 rpERUACEKOAD—To Let, 2 or 3 Furnished 1 or Unifurnishca llooms; pleasant and he-aLthy situation—AddJreaa lima, "Daily Fort," Swansea. 278g3-31 rpO LEI, comfortable Furnished Bedroom A .wtci Sitting-room, bath room, etc.; "uit maixied oouple-—Apply 13, Kensington-cres- cent, Swansea. 476g4-4 rrtO TiEST. comiforta.ble Apartments, for attioe, go;xl cooking; no children.—Apply Ctutxlee Dmns, Circulating library, Bryn-y- Mor-road, Swaiu3e<a. 5l4g4-4 I^O LBT. Front Sitting-room and Bedroom, with small family, in Bryu-y-Mor-road, Swansea; board if reeuirea.Write I.J., "Daily Post," Swansea. 485f4-5 rpo LET, Furnished Apartmeaits, Front Sit- -1 tin-g-room a-ud oue or two Bedcooms; qtiict and central; no childroo,-Appiy 42. Bi-unswick-street, Swansea 207g3-29 TO LET, Rooms, Furnislied or Unfurnished, j jL with portion of Furniture at disposal; references required; no ch.iMrem.—Appiy 10, King Bdwctrdi'sroad, Swansea. 451g4-3 rpo LBT, comfortable Apajrkm#inits, for X Youn<e Lady or Gentleman, to board with family; near Waltier-road; moderate termti.—iHtill, "Daily Poõt,' Swansea. 472g4-3 To LET, in good, healthy locality, two JL well furnished Front Rooms, good oook. ing and attendance.—Apply, first instance, Charles Evans. Newsagent, etc., Swansea. 301g3-31 TO LET, high-class Furnished Apartments, in Bryn-y-Mor-crescent; use of piano, and with every home comfort hot and cold bath.—Write Box 500, "Daily Poet," Swansea. 506g4-4 TO LETT, comfortable Furnished Apartments, Front Sitting-room, one or two Bed- rooms, hot and cold bath, good oookins; terms moderate.—SC. Rhoudda^street, Mount Pleasant Swansea. 423g4-3 WAIN-TM), respectable "Working Man, to t f Lodge, 13ó., board and lodgings; no children.—Apply 31, Pa^*k-terrace, Wannwen, &waffl8ea> 4»22g4-2 fPO LET, comfortable Furnished Sitting- i-ix>m, with one or two Bedrooms-, use of ba'.fa, also piano, every comfort, suitable for two gentlemen or married couple; neigh- hourhQc)(j King Edward's-road; terms moder. a.te,—-Vddresy Superior, "Dait' PO;t," Swan- sea 411g4-2 i £ ?S. per Week provides gentleman with J-U Bed and Sitting-room, good food and i'ttendaaioe, hot and cold bath.—Apply 3, Brunswick-street, Swansea. 3Q3g3-Sl APARTMENTS AND FURNISHED HOUSES WANTED, BSTISER deaires comlorta-ble Lxig- .J. ing", with or without board; must be !L: t /wn; references exchanged. Please state to A.B.C., c.o. Mrs. Ford, Nevvs>.agent and Stationer, 17, St. Helen s-road, Swansea. 439g4-l | A.NTSD, Unfurnished Rooms, Bedroom w and Back Parlour, with oven grate, j near town— Addresss W.D.D., "Daily Poet," ^^n8ea- 266g3-30 ANTED, soyn, by Lady and Gentlemaii, v or 4 Unfurnislied Blooms, ox Suite of Rfjora. with or wifhoout attendance; m.u&t. be in good part, of Swansea. Eeplv, with full particulars and terms, to S.M.1L, "Daily ro.-t," Swansea. 453g4-3 W AN 1^1), Unfurnished Rooms, Bedroom ana Back Parlour, with oven grate, near tow n. Add-rcss Widow, c.o Charlas E»a,nb, e\»sagen>t, Bryn-y-Jlor-roo.d, Swan- <?ea- 266g3-30 __0_- WIECCEL.I.AKEOU3 (ALE) "L Oii SAI-L, I of an Acre of splendid Sprout Greotis.—Apply \V. Turner, Trew v<idia 1 arm, iiorrisicn, 114g4-3 "L^OR SALE, Dog Kennel, 3ft. x 2ftT 3.n ^x i 3ft. 9in. also Gent's R-udse-Wlirfwortii j C-ycie.—22, rriLiateari'-piace, WyimuIL 319g3-31 X-OR SALE, a Velvet- Pile Carpet, 3 x 3a; cost A £ 4 4s.; will take £ 1 7s.; must sell.—Aoply 42 Phillip^treet, Mimseltou, Swansea. 427g3-20 T/ULL-i-JZG Billiard Table tor Sale; also1 A large Slate Bagau-llt Can be seen at Billiard Rooms. US, Hj.gh-screet, Swansea. 42734-2 l^Oli fcAi.i' a cumber of Sheets 01 Gaivan- A iacd Iron, 12 ieet iong, ia good condition. —Enquire "Galvanued," "Daily Post," Swansea- 125n3-30 FOR SALE, Smooth two years, marvellous ratter, grand house cog, quiet wuh children; £ 1.—Kiley, :.J.!n- street, Swansea. 211gi-29 FOE SAl-E, Wire-haired Fox Terrier Dog, 14 moiitns; price £ 1; warrajcited face anytJiiiig.—Apply H.^irdre8ser, 47, Betnle- hem-road, Skewen. 494^44 FOR SALE, two grand pure-bre-d Birds, one Buff Oipington and one Buff Leghorn Gockeral, realty for mating.—Apply 2, Mat- thew-su'eet, Swansea *442g4-3 I^OE SAL; splendid Orch^stml~ir>lir^ with carved hoard, by local maker; £ 4 cr reasonable offer.—For particulars write CT- cbtsta'a. "Daily Post." Swansea.. 184g3-29 j I^OE SALE, Duekervliie Motor Car, 5 horse power, 2 non-paiictura-ble tyres, accumu- lators, tools and everything complete, cash. £ 23.—Thomas, Niaga ra Mineral Waterworks. V8g.N1 FOR SALE, Frock Coat, by West End Tail- ors, Cardiff; also Silk Hat; very best quality and quite new; take 25s; chest mea- aureinen: about 33in.—Write. Silk, "Daily Post." Swaiosea. 481g4-3' 'jpOK SALE, Fajaituxe.. wfcoirt Ter Suites in I -*• SackUebags, Plush, and Leather Cioth, will be sold cheap to clear prior to altera- ti-o-ns at the Cambrian Furniture Works, ct. lielon's-avenue, Swansea. 552g4-3 ) OR SALE, pure, Old TSagTisfli Gome J- Cockerel and Pullat; also Cockerel and Pul.et, BuS Orpicgions, pare, fine birds; or exchange for ducks; also several A'inea and Geraniums.—Prout, Bryi-<> oh Neath. FOR SALE, Pure Black ilinorca Eggs, 5s. 6d. Mtting, o;sc layers, Hunter's and Meech's strain; also Butchers or Grxv 18 Scales for sale, complete with brass weights. —Apply R MitcheL, Plumber, Humphrey-st., Sw ansea. 467g4-4 JT'OR SALE, a Pr:)t^tf_P^^hold Land at A Brynhyfrydi, sufficient for the erection it commodious Shop with Dwelling House (cor- ner premise with side entrance'), and two private Dwelling Houses, main road, oonveni- cut to trams, or to be Let for Building; C,2 years lease.—Apply Bishop and Salmon, j Union Chambers, 27, Union-street, Swansea. 49ig4~i YeI^-e Carpet, fx 3J; cost £ 4 4s.: J u"id t ake £ 1 7s.; must sell-—Apply 12, Phillip-atreet, Maoselton, Swansea. 427&3-20 T3 AG ATELL^ Table for Sa-le, la.tely done 1 up —A.pply Bay ATew Hotel, Oyster- racnth-road, Swansea, 549g5-29 CHICKS for Sale, a week old. perfectly healthy, in large or small quantities —J. Turner, 26. Old-road, Meliccrythaa, Neath. 196g3-29 C^GGS for Sitting, bred Plymo^tfc Bocks, batrred, 4s. per sitting of 12,— Morris, Gower Im, Parkmill. 852f4-12 "U^GGS for Sitting.—Buff Orpingtons and J Euff Leghorns, 3s per sitting. Broody Hens for Sale.—Tuokfield Clyne Valley, Swansea 43414-28 "TGG.S for Sittiig.—Buff Orqingtons and •" Buff I.egborns (beet winter and ;<li- year-round layers), 38. per sitting.—Tuckfield, Clyne N alley, Swansea. 43414-28 JEt\ ELLERS' Travelling Bag, 6 drawers, condition as new. What offers?—E.M., 21, Woodland-tcrrace, Swansea. 429f3-29 MAIL CARrr far Sale, cheap; condition as n-ew.-Write or apply, 13. Norfolk-st., Mount Pleasant, Swansea. 279g3-31 MODEL Yr.cn- for S-ale, 5ft. 5in. long, cut- iTi- ter viggeci, built last year, brass fas- tened; cheap. — Apply 44, Wu»deor-road, Neath. 2QQg3-29 PURE-BRED Buff Orpington Eggs for Sale, p at 3d. each.R. A. Bowden, 2Z. Cradock- street, Swansea. 478g4-4 POTATOES.—For Sale, new early Potatoes, p "Hero of Wales," splendid cropper-. 78. pW owt.-Al),ply Matthews, Park View, West Cross. 275g3-31 CEYM-G UlNHA Mail Cart, band-woven 1^-5 body, uea,utifnl upholsteries, all positions; £ 2 15> unosed-. photo.—Mrs. Lake- man, Ask with Gtlcy. OZ- lg4- rpO House Puroh^ers.—For Sale, fully-paid J- up £ 330 Bond with the NTa,tional Bene- fu Trust Co. What offers?—Write Purchaser. "Doily Post," Swansea. 4Q6g4-2 TWO Portable Span-roof Greenhouses, 15ft. j JL x 9ft. and lift, x 7ft.; also three Garden Frames.—Prices an dparticulars, W. Thomas, 32. Brunswick-street, Swansea 294g3-3t YI5SANDAH, nearly R"w. for Sale: would v suit a Villa; dimensions. 47ft. front-age! by 32ft. side elevation. Complete.—For fur- th-e-r pa.i-ticulars address 16, Portia-terrace, Swansea. 336g4-2 Horses, Cabs, Carts Wagonettes, Ae SALE, Dark Bay Marre—Apply E. Greg- ory, 36, WiVtarloo-strewt, Swansea. 374g4-2 FOR SALE, a tiick-set Horse; cheap.—Ar- thurs, Baker, Brmfhyfryd, Swansea. 449*4-3 TXffi SALE, first-ciass Dog Cart, by Morris, X Norwich; good oooditaon..—Apply 9. Ox- ford-streets ftwaosea. 185gf5-29 FCHi SALE, a Hawking Oart, new, to be sold cheap. Oau be at any time.—AtroLy 60, New-street, FOtR SALE, h Bra-ke, in spieodid ootwiuiogi, to carry ten; lamps, cushions complete; to be seen a £ GwaJia House, Gorseinon. 340g4-3 SALE, Pony, Flat Oart, and Harness, a good, reliable Turnout, £ 9.—3, New Or- 'hard-<*reet (two miniates from G.W.R. Sta- tion., Swansea. 459g4-3 ITtOR SALE, good Pony, Tip Oaxt, and Har- ness; together or separate; also Cob Tip Cart.—Apply 53, Pentregethin-road, Owm- bwrla, Swansea. 210bt3-29 WOOLLHN Factory to Let —"Glangwydd- erig," near Llandovery. Modern Machinery. Pleutiful water supply. low J rent. Dwelling-house a. CO ached. Immediate ■, t possession.—Apply D. Evane, Bradford House, Llanelly. 4^Cam3-2 P MOLYNEUX, Pish Merchant, 12G. High- street, Swansea. Cheapest Shop in town for Fish of all varieties; wholesale and retail. Trial solicited. 3Z MAJBVELLOUS LIGHT.—<see Kent's New Incandescent Gas Light, 200 Candl* Power, consumption of gas costing one Far- thing per hour, can be seen being tested ca the premises. No, charge tor Fixing. I: you cannot call and ipspect it, telephone j and an experienced man shaU be sent to fit one (;-a approval 1 have the ia-rcaat; assortment of pp-to-date Inverted and other. Gas Fittings, Burners, Globes, and all OoWj our Shades, Mantles of all makers. Gas Fires^ j Gas Radiators, etc., in stock. Also sol# j agent for the renowned Defiance Mantles. | 2s. 9d. per dozen. Sep that name is st^mp^d j on every box. none other is genuine. Do not buy of hawkers, or you will get taken ;n Get your supply at W T. Kent's, Gas Fitting and Sanitary Stores, 31, Oxfont street, Swansea. Nat. TeL 585, Corp. 113. AKTTFICIAL Legs. Ji-jiit and strong; A Steels for weak legs, Spine Supports, Mlastic Stockings and Belts, Eyes, TVusses, Bandages, lady attendant for Ladies' Belts, etc. Crutches, etc., in stock; illustrated list.—Maker and Repairer. Allen Pearoe, 23. Charles-street (off Gueen-st-reet), Cardiff, 3nd Broadrread, 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- i ions; superior to Piicochia, Apiol, etc.; I price Is. and 2s. 6d. per box, post free, securely packed, with full directions, on receipt of postal order.—Obtainable only front Herbert, Chemist, Dept. 64, 161, Seven Sisters-r<rad; London. a—1——■!— # ry EDUCATIONAL. ("N I ELS' BOARDING ft DAY SCHOOL, X DUMBARTON. BRYN-Y-UOR EOAD. SWANSEA. Principal—MISS GARI.ICK, 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 parka. MUSiOAU ACADEMY OF MUSIC. 100, WALTER ROAD, SWANSEA, MLS- rLC-RJENCB L. FRICKER. .A.R.A.M., A.R.C.M., and MISS ML* NTS M t RiC/LER, I.R.A.M., Lasswi-. ibe resame,d on Thnrsdaj'. I «' f .c "II ¡:V'OIt¡ .0- I A-NTCING, Dancing, i-IOTheyios, spanis»t I AND PHYSlC.'i'. RXEBCISES. GEDNEY HOUSE, ST. HELEN'S ROAD. ) i MISS CRAVEN 'S CLASSES are held it | her Residence on WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS, at 2.50; MONDAY and) r DNESD AY p„t 5 o'c-iock. Classes also 'xld at No-ith, Tenbv, and Carmartiaen. Adu't Tnitvon Ch.6 on Monday Evening, j Private Lessons. Ö' I j Cupiss' ConstliutlonBalls! TT For Grease, Swelled TESTIMONIAL. WATjnAQ Legs. Crocked Heels, 11 UI y(3jj Coughs, Colds, Sore airi.eld, Throats, Disordered Kendal. VV°r' *Bf°ke?-. ^ind"«influenza• Loss of Apretite &c.. 5:c.. I have found A n Hi A Hide, bourJd' Star" iliera the best tori i#1 j j IA Rr °y. 1 c °.r Horses, andVtllUV Blown, Disteaper.Epi- Cattie I could decj'c, bc.rteu. Con- procure, particu- d'on,I.3S' Preserves Health, lar.'y for Scour- „ ,ScounnS 'n C^vfes ing in Calves. Cll A W. ARMSTRONG- UlitU|J ;^si?!jcg lR *e«. "to' X 1 ondit;on, Scouring in Laoibs, &c. Prepared npwa;-d5 cf 50 years, by the late Francis Cupiss, M.R.C. V.S.. Diss, Norfolk Soldin pickets 1 q and 3 6 each packets 10f, or large .21. by Chemists and Medicine Vendors or irorn Francis Cupiss, Ltd., THE WILDERNESS DISe, on receipt of amount. CANCER HOSPITAL (FREE) FULHAM ROAD, LONDON, S.W. Patients mmn daily on their own applica- tion at TWO O'CLOCK. Funds urg ltly needed for GeneiaJ Ex- penses and for the Research Department. Secretary-FRED W. HOWELL. CANADA-FREE GRANTS OF LAND. The ALLAN LINE being nnder contract with the Government of Canada for convey- ance of mails, anyone writing to the Com- pany at 19, James-street, Liverpool, or 103, Leadeoiiall-rtreet, London, will obtain re- vised handbook, maps, and latest general information free of coet. MONEY £ 1 0 Advanced on note of hand alone, without bcaufe, publicity, or cLarges of any description whatever unless; business is done. Xo 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' 6uit your own otnveJIlience Special rates; for abort periods.—Write (in confidence) to actual lender, C. Wells, Corridor Chamber, | Ufarket-piace, Leicester. ) TRADE SPECIALITIES — —— TITUS. MORRIS, Wardrobe Dealer, L St. j -"J. David's-place (off Rutland-etreet), Swan, eea, boys Lad»ee or GeuKftenien'e Left-off Clothing- Best pricee given. Nat. Tel. 190x1. j 443gS-30 CHINA and Delf Ware, ciieap.—WeOl- aaeorted Oratee of £ >vsry<day Selling Lines for Shops. Markets, and Hawkinc-— Write for Liste —atMa-f Pottery, Maunfactnr- ers, I/ongtou, Staffs. 742C5-3) MAEBIED LADIES!—OTFKJRKATTON aai ADVICE of PEICEUD86 VALUE Send stamped envelope. Please name this paper.—Mre. LAWRENCE. St Elmo, zro- inont, LiverpooL 351p7-10 u, 11GHTNING Firelighters light quickest, J burn iongeet, won^ erfoJ, cheap penny packets. All dealers.—Gills, Heckmoncfcwike 798r5-8 TRADE NOTICE. ■135 A. J. CHAPPELL. "ISHMONGER & OYSTER MERCHANT, POULTERER, DEALER » GAKB. WIND-STREET. SWANSEA. AND AT NEWTON-ROAD, MUMBLES Td^raphic Address-" Chappell, Swansea." Country Orden promptly attended to. CARRIAGE WORKS, FISHER-STREET, SWANSEA. Telephone—0462 JOHN JONES & Co., HIGH-CLASS YAN AND CARRIAGE BUILDERS. ORDERS FOR NEW WORK. GENERAL REPAIRS, PAINTING, TRIMMING, u.. PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. MOTOR CAR INSPECTION PIT PROVIDED AND REPAIR EXECUTED. 1 NO HOUSE EQUALS DOWN & SON FOR RELIABLE F U R N T T TT RE> THEY ARE THE LARGES/ MAKERS BY MACHINERY LN WALES* HAVE THE MOST EXTENSIVE 6TOCK TO SELECT FROM, AND GIVE IB* BEST POSSIBLE VALUE. Carpets Made and Laid Free. ESTABLISHED NEARL Y BALF A CENTURY. r HIGH STREET & MORRIS LANE, SWASSBI. J I f Have You Considered fc i:7- viry many serious illnesses develop Lom small ailments? The digestive I d secreth-e organs become slightly deranp-ed, and unless the cause is removed, the trouble becomes aggravated, and lasting; sickness is almost certain to follow* The secret cr good health is tc rigfkt the wrong ia its e&rly stages, nad oo better ccrrzctive is known than The secret cr good health is to rigfkt the wrong in its garly stages, aad GO better ccrrzctive is known than jf By t!ieir specific action on the stomach, liver and kidneys, they assist those is organs to perform their proper functions, and so restore normal condition. Don't wait until yoa are i'eally ill, but when you reel out o £ sorts, taW "3 BEECHAM'S PILLS, the remedy of tfac home. REMEMBER ijS that in taking BJC.ECITLAjv[ S PL-LS you are not trying an experiment, Xhey "I ars, a.nc Lave beea (or many years, the only Family Medicine in innumerable 3 healthy he met.. "Witn a bcx oi SEEC*iAW3 PILLS handy you have a ready relief without risk, | SoU everyTv'tcre im boxes, price ![56 pills) & 2)9^ (f*S Jb L!L. .s* DISTRICT BTLL-}qØ. CCMP ANY.—Late T. WaX. OfficeASSEMBLY* ROOMS, NEATH. Misager:—J. W. ROBINSON. Lesss-nd Proprietor?1 of the best Posting fixations in Ncs th mi Distrkt \a»trjc's Perfoct Remedy for a.!1 kinds of Worms. "Yy 0 R M LOZENGES. Fur over o0 voars this highly Valuable it- medv lii-s met" with tlie greatest »uoc £ s«. The effect upon Weak. Delicate Caildreo .ftea given Gp as -curable) is Ue Maffx. Getting rid of his tormenting pft £ by tail Lo^r^ the thin, p^io-.a^ed, ,-M-lrrate Oiild boeotnes strong, haaithy, and bnly. t'.e pride instead of the azixiety cf his guardians- L7 a r«feirreeh. ne"-r LI anellv. August ?0lh." 1372. Dear Sir —My vonngest dangler, Emma 4rm. 13 vear- of aire, pot rid of a'^swt nmn- her of WICIMS by takinsr only three or four of Nvi ar tPot'tcrdawe^ Worm Loze>nsres. I am plad tf) 6aV that sbe hM mmh improved m health, beinz previously linsertng and dedicate in health.—Yo^r,? verv +ra'y. MARTHA OKTFFTTrHS, Late of Yti ispenllwcSi. 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