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PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. SOUTH WALES DAILY POST. WORDS. | ONCE. | | SIX TIMES. LO Words I 0 6 I 0 9 I 10 fO Words I 0 9 I 10 I 1 6 Of Words I 10 I 16 I 2 3 tOWards 1 3 2 6 I 3 9 tO Words I 1 6 I 3 0 I 4 6 These charges apply only to the classes or Ad- vertisement specified belote, and are strictly con- pried to those which are ordered for consecutive insertion, and paid for previous to insertion: if either of these conditions are not complied With, the Advertisement will be charged by 1fte Business Scale .—Apartments, Situations fT0 £ ant or TY anted, be T.e.t or Sold, Los*, found, and Miscellaneous Wants, IAL Notieo.-Applicants sending replies 15 to Advertisements addressed to initials or Ietitious names, at this Office, arc requested not > Bend original testimonials with their applica- tions, but to enclose copies of testimonials on ly. NOTICE; The South Wales Daily Post will be delivered direct to subscribers from the Chief Offices, Nigh-street, Sw ansea, at the following PREPAID RATES Per Messenger, per Post, s. d. S. d. One Month 1 6 3 0 Three Months 4 0 7 8 Six Months. 7 6 14 0 Twelve Months 14 0 26 0 Any irregularity in the delivery should be made known immediately at the Chief Offices. SITUATIONS VACANT. I you Want a Servant advertise in the "South Wales Daily Post," and you will be quickly supplied. W" ANTED Young Man to deliver Confectionery. —Apply personally to Richards, 33, High- istreet. im WANTBD an intelligent Office Boy, able to write. —Apply The Manager, South Wales Daily Post" Office, High-street, Swansea. n STRONG Lad wanted, with g character. 8 Apply Stevens, Butcher, Mount Pleasant, fiwansea. OACH PAINTER wanted, first claU man; Trade Unionist preferred, — Apply W. Peasley, Manager, Coachbuilding Company, Pontypridd. 11.760 WANTED Strong Lads able to write—Apply The Manager, "Daily Post," Swansea. ?\ ANTED Nursemaid with good character, and VV fond of children seven in family.—Mrs. S., c.o. Office of South Wales Daily Post," Swansea, n WANTED an Errand Boy.—Apply "SouthWalts W Daily Post," High-street, Swansea, n WANTED, a good General Servant in gentle- Tv man's family. Character must bear strict in- vestigation.—Mrs. G., c.o. Daily Post" Office, Swansea, n 'T ANTED, situation as General Servant or Tv Housemaid; three years with present family. A.C.F., 11 Daily Pest" Office, Swansea. n WANTED position as general Office Clerk first Tv class correspondent and book-keeper excel- lent references.—Address 11 Commin," f. Daily Post," Swansea. "VITT ANTED Respectable Boy, who knows Swansea T welL — Apply W.F,J. Office of this paper. 727a TEA TRADE.—Wanted Young Man for counter and soliciting; one with connection will be liberally dealt with. State all particulars.—K., Daily Post." a148 C ARPENTERS and Joiners are requested to keep away from Neath and district. Strike on. 1503 ,awl 8; SMART Boys Wanted to take Newspaper Rounds; good weekly wages paid.—Apply Publisher, ■South Wales Dailv Post." AW,-Wanted immediately a Clerk capable of JLJ managing a large County Court practice to a very compete) t man a permanent situation and a good salary is ofiered.-Apply by letter only to J. Viner JLeeder, Swansea. a786 AGENTS Wanted in Swansea and the surrounding towns, to start BENSON'S WATCH CLUBS for the supply of good, sound *nd reliable limekeepers at* noderateprice. Terms liberal Particulars and pamphlet pott free. J. W. BBNSON, Originator of the Club System (4Cyear»ago),62 nd64. HI PQATK HILL.. LONDON. M.C MISCELLANEOUS. Jf you have a House to Let, or have any Article for Sale, or if you are in Want of anything, advertise in the "South Wales Daily Post," and you will obtain quick and satisfactory results. FREE DM AN and Son.—Ariston Organ, 35s., with six of the latest tunes.—7, Castle-street. FREEDMAN and Son.—Concertina, 3s. 9d., usual price 6s. 9d. good tone.—7. Castle-street. FREEDMAN and Son,—Table Knives, handles warranted not to come off, ,5B. 9CL half-dozen. FREEDMAN and Son.—Tea Spoons, Is. Sd. half- dozen, and warranted to retain their colour. FREEDMAN and Son.—Table Spoons, warranted to keep their colour, 4s. 9d. half-dozen, FREEDMAN and Son.—Dessert Spoons, warranted to keep their colour, 3s. 9d. half-dozen. FREEDMAN and Bon.-Dessert Knives, fast handles warranted, 3s. 9d. half-dozen. FREEDMAN and Son.—Table Forks, warranted to keep their colour, 4s. 9d. half-dozen. FREEDMAN and Son.—Dessert Forks, warranted JD to keep their colour, 3s. 9d. half-dozen. REEDMAN and Son.—Musical Box, £ 2 .1:' price, £4 IPs. 8 airs,-7, Castle-street. REEDMAN and Bon.-Silver Waltham Lever Watch, 50s. live years warranty.—7, Castle- street, I FREEDMAN and Son.—Bell Organ, £ 10 10s! secondhand cost £ 2C.—7, Castle-street. "ljlREEDMAN and Son.—Russell Silver Lever, £ 4 4s.10 years' warranty cost £ 6,-7, Castle- street. FREEDMAN and Son.—Lady's Silver Geneva Watch, 16s, 6d. 2 years' warranty cost 30s. FREEDMAN and Son,—Gentleman's hall-marked Silver Albert, 5s, 6d,; usual price 10s, 6d. REEDMAN and Son,—Nine carat Gold Curb Albert, 50s. cost £ 3 108.-7, Castle-street. FREEDMAN and Son.—Alarm Clocks, good time- keepers, 2s. Ud. each.—7, Castle-street. REEDMANjand Son.-Cruet, 4 bottles, cut glass, 12s. 6d. cost 21s.-7, Castle-street. REEDMAN and Son,—Accordeon, 6s. 6d, loud tone, worth 10s. 6d., bargain.—7, Castle-street. i?l | /I Sunbeam Safety Bicycle, Dun- X "S. lop Pneumatic Tyres; Carter's chain case, and every improvement; quite new, price list free. Abbott, College-street, Swansea. a711 O 1 11 1 Lady's Humber Safety Bicycle, S/ A V quite new; cushion tyres; list price L23; price lists of Humbers free.—Abbott, College-street Swansea. 711 OO Jd le J^incible Safety Bicycle, ball i ^iugs. Nice light machine.— Abbott, College-street, ° 0.711 ANY Persons requiring Qround for stalls opposite station at the Jttumblea, apply to Mrs, Phillips 5l, Dyvatty-street, Swansea. 757 MARQUEES, Tente, Flap; Tarpikulilltf8> & hire, Eisteddfodau, Shows, Banquets, &c. all •canvas goods made to order, Jones, Swansea, ^753 HILL'S, 5, Iligh-street, is the Che^pggt House in Swansea, for watch and clock repairs. All jobs tested and warranted before leaving the premises. 1 OVELY Parcel.—Flush7Velvet.~Sitint Brocade. JLJ—one, Is. 6d.; two, 2s. 3d. Large Bazaar Parcel, splendidly assorted for charitable purposes, 5s. 200 crazy pieces, 2s. 6d.- Worth, 102, Godolphin-road, London, W. 751 MPORTANT.-IF you require your Premises Fitted throughout in Modern Style, and for all Trades, call at Parnall and Sons, Ltd., 12, Alexandra-road, Swa sea. The Largest Shop Fitters in theKingdom; Pr wings and Estimates Free; distance no. object.- 1820. ryou are married, or contemplating taking this important step, we will send you valuable infor- mation, which you ought to know. Catalogue and pamphlet (1 stamp).—Address S. W, Kerr, Wands, worth, London, S.W. b49 MATRIMONY.—Farmer's Daughter; quite alone; 31 accomplished domesticated with freehold property worth £ 14,000, and £ 2,000 invested,— me- PUBLIC NOTICES. THE E M IM R 1 WHIT-MONDAY, May 14th, 1890. and daring Uho Week, Laughter loud and long to be made by the Machinations of two Merry Men. KAIN AND LORENO, Burlesque Gymnasts, FRED NEIMAN With his Puppet Minstrel Party. ETHEL DOVE, The Comedy Nugget. GEORGE LE GLERE'S Troupe of Lightning Acrobats. The Irishman— TONY GRIFFIN, The Tailor. LOTTIE WALTON, Serio-Comedy Songstress. The Celebrated Burlesque Actress from the Britannia Theatre and Chief London Halls, M J. S SAM Y LYSTKR. a. Zig, zig. Doors open fit 6.30 and 8.33. A,Imigsion- -Priv,te Boros.7s.6d. j HiDI Seats, 2s.; Stalls, Is.; Balcony, 6(-1.; Fit, 4d, Gallery, 2d, SWANSEA GOSPEL TEMPERANCE UNION. A TEN DAYS' GOSPEL TEMPERANCE m ISSIONI m ISSION!L IS S IO N 111 Will be conducted by the REV. D. V. LUCAS, D.D. 11&- (Ontario, Canada), In the-ALBERT-IJALL, SWANSEA, FROM MAY 12TH TO 21ST INCLUSIVE. Dr. Lucas has laboured for many years with signal success at home and abroad, and has just concluded one of the most successful missions ever undertaken by the Newport Gospel Tem- perance Union. cl Hymns from Songs and Solos by the Gospel Temperance Union Choir. Grand Organ: Miss L. S. DENNES (Medalist), Conductor: MR. H. OWEN. Doors open each evening at 7 o'clock. Admis- gion Free! Free! Free! SITUATIONS WANTED. If you are out of a Situation advertise in the South Wales Daily Post," and you will soon be in employ- ment. GOVERNESS,—A highly-educated Yonng Lady desires an appointment as Governess in gentle- man's family English, French, German, Music and Drawing. Unexceptional testimonials of ability.— M.A.G., Daily Post Office Swansea. WANTED by a respectable Young Person a j situation in Confectionery or any light busi- ness 2 years good references age 21 Swansea pre- ferred.—Miss Griffiths, c.o. Mrs. Dunbebin, Halton, near Runcom, Cheshire. 742a TO BE LET. HOUSE to Let, 23, Trafalgar-terrace, containing sitting-room, dining-room, 6 bedrooms, bath- room two kitchens, electric bells, and spacious back. Apply W, Leahy, 22, Trafalgar-terrace, Swansea. a738 TO LET, with immediate possession, No. 48 Carlton-terrace 10 rooms, hot and cold bath; recently painted and papered throughout.—Apply J McAvera Castle-street TO LET immediately in central position of Swan- sea, large Warehouses, Stores and Stables. Also after Michaelmas next, a good Shop and premises,—Apply S. Joslyn, Commercial Chambers. Goat-street. Swansea, 1495 FOR SALE. If you have a House, Horse, Bicycle, Trycle, Piano, Perambulator Cow, Cart, Watch, Wardrobe, Organ, Piano, Melodeon, Organette, or any other conceivable article, advertise in the South Wales Daily Post." and you will reach thousands of likely customers R SALE, a. 8 Room House at Bay-street, A- Mumbles.—>ply Morris, Builder, Mumbles. "IT^OB Sale, a Perambulator in good condition, almost new will sell for £ 2 10a.—Apply A.B., Daily Post" Office, Swansea. n I iAQR SALE, a few cwts. of clean waste y ao^r.— JC Apply MANAGKH, Daily Post» Office. LONGMAN, Cross-street, holds the largest stock of New and Second-hand Harness in Wales, at prices to euit everybody. SAFETY for Sale, 1894 cu hion, diamond, made t order:; sacrifice £ 5 10s., worth £ 16.—Write A761 South Wales Daily Post," Swansea, 761a ARISTOTLE'S WORKS, Complete Coloured Plates; genuine edition; 30 stamps. "Parisby Night, or Gay Life in Paris" (illustrated), 30 stamps, post free.E. Bowser, 27, Rfeashaw-street, Liverpool. Patronise the OH Firm, Established 1832. a580 APARTMENTS. If you have Apartments or Lodgings to Let advertise in the South Wales Daily Poot," and your rooms will soon be taken. BOARD and Residence, — Advertiser, having a larger house than he requires, can receive one or two Gentlemen as members of the family on very moderate terms, combined with all the comforts of home references exchanged.—Address 24, 'l'rafalgai- terrace, Swansea. APARTMENTS or Lodgings to Let in respectable part of Swansea. Bathroom and every home comfort.—Mrs. F., Office of the South Wales Daily Post," High-street, Swansea. n APARTMENTS,—Two well-furnished Rooms to Let; suitable for a married couple; splendid view of the sea and Mumbles lighthouse.—Matron, Daily Post Office, Swansea. n TO LET, Comfortable Apartments joining Cricket Grounds excellent view of the bay see house- keeper.-12, Bryn-road. a754 I £ j1ACi;S ARB STUBBORN THINGS." LLEWELYN'S RHEUMATIC AND GOUT MIXTURE. 18 recommended to the afflicted with confidence as th most valuable Medicine ever compounded for the follow ng oomplainta:- Gout Rheumatic Gout, ltheumati Headache, Neuralgia, &c. t"l Read the following i bona fide Testimonial :-18, Vivian street, Swansea.—Dear Sir, I have suffered from the pain- ful malady, Rheumatism, for seven years.and tried various remedies, but can confidently affirm that I have derived more benefit from one bottle of Rheumatic and Gout Mixture than all others put together. Make tnis widely known for the benefit of others who may be suffering from the same complaint. -you, a truly, JAB. HONKY. TO J4.r LI. Thomas. Bottles, at la. IUd., 2s. 9d., 4s. 6d. Prepared only bv LL. THOMAS, A.P.S < Chemfst, Morriston Wholesale Agent, Swansea.J IhHies. Chemist. High-street. WLT-LUXT (PONTAKDAW OITJL L O Z HI JET G E Fproverthlrliy yairi thisUitfoiy valuAbta remedy has met with the greato:it, succasaw Tha effact upon W ealc Delicate Children (often glvan up ai injarat>l9) ii like magic, (lettingrid of h.1* tjnnantingpnui by taking tiii ese l^«nngfi8, the thin, pjtla-fasad, lriinimita child beoame itron^, haalthy, and ii valy. the prida,inite»d ot the anxiety ellusguardiana, *18ir,—IU*v«for some timeusot your Aathelmintio >r Wormliozengesln my family, aad fladthema veryspealty aadetlloaeiousOIlrafu" a-sessirldai, aalttxair agreeable aal eouveniontjjfona isa great recomnitsudation for ciiildren. — HurcmraoN. Vicar of Howdon." MATRIMONY, — Manufacturer's widow (no family), tall, musical and domesticated, pos- sessing considerable private fortune lin her own right, desires early marriage with an educated, refined pro- fessional or business gentleman. Strictest secrecy expected.—Address, Mrs. Durrant, 101, Davies-street B erklp-euuafc- lunnamx^ W- *Z5 £ ii EDWARDS' I FOR [) II ESS materials This Day there is being shown a j SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF ALL THE LATEST MODES IN Coloured and Black Dress Materials, Silks, Brocades, Yelvets, Satins, Tweeas, &c. Ladies will do well by inspecting the Magnificent Stock which we at present hold in this department. 0 Sole Agent for E. Butterick & CO.'s Paper Patterns in all the Latest Styles. EDWAIIDS, 34, 95, 86,OXFORD STREET; 15, 1.6,17 WATERLOO STREET; and 1, 2, 3. "4 ft 5 PARK STREET SWANSEA. j ■ T. OWEN & COMPANY 72 0 XFORD STREET SWANSEA. THE BESPOKE TAILORS j £ I;ns AO WRA^VFE, CCS. 6d. to 80s. OVERCOATS, 30S. to 60s. TROUSERS TO MEASURE from 9s. 6d.to 21s. TPFTTT COMPLETE SET, £ 1 is. TO £ 10 10s. TP.ETTT LUlilil* SIN OLE TEETH 2s. 6< to 10s. 6d. SURGEON X? ~X\r T? AT 4, OXFORD-ST,, DENTIST, R U W JQJ 1M J WANSEA. Continues to supply the public with Genuine American Teeth and Painless Dentistry under the management of the older-established and well-known Dentists. TJEKTH.—Perfection in eating and speaking. TEKTH.—Perfectly natural and life-like in appearance. Warranted to give every satisfaction. Consultations Free Daily from 9 to 7. .c- WTIITSITN HOLIDAYS. TRAVELLING TRUNKS At Reduced Prices. JENKINS AND CO., IRONMONGERS. 89, OXFORD- STRTiET, 9 & 10, PARK STREET, SWANSEA. MAZAWATTE E WILL REMIND YOU OF THE CHOICE CHINA TEAS OF THIRTY YEARS AGO. "CERTIFICATE OF ANALYSIS." I hereby certify that I have submitted to a most rigorous chemical analysis a sample of "Lewis Rheumatic Essence," and find that it has been prepared in a thoroughly scientific manner from the most effective and potent remedial agents known to modern science. At the same time, it is free from poisonous constituents and all undesirable and objectionable admixture, and I am confidently of opinion that it may be taken with the best results in the cases 'of Rheumatism, Gout, Sciatica, Lumbago Stiff Joints, Swollen Limbs, Pains in the Sides and Backs, and all Kidney Disorders. Such a scientific research as that to which Lewis Rheumatic Essence has been pi aced proves that it is an undoubted blessing to suffering humanity, and I consider that it IS impossible for it to fail in its object- CRANVILLE B. SHARPE, F.C.S., M.S.C.I., &c., &c., Late Principal of the Liverpool College of Chemistry. Of all Chemists, &c., at 2s, 9d. per bottle. Agents for Swansea-Davies, Chemist, High-street; George, Chemist, Oxford-street, &c., &c. Caution.—None are genuine without the name, Lewis Tyddyn du," engraved on the Government Stamn MONEY. ir100 WANT MONEY. APPLY TO THE SWANSEA FINANCE COMPANY; LIMITED, 16, GOAT STREET, SWANSEA. LOANS made upon BORROWER'S OWN NOTE OF HAND, without delay, and all transactions kept strictly private. No FEES. NO FINES. CASH ADVANCED for long or short periods, or, if necessary, the IO amount borrowed and interest can be repaid by Easy Instalments to suit Convenience of Borrowers. V V COUNTY COURT EXECUTIONS and Distresses for Rent paid out. THE COMPANY'S TERilS ARE REASONABLE. No Charge made unless business is done. —For further particulars apply to the OFFICES OF THE COMPANY, 16, GOAT STREET, SWANSEA, CI ASH ADVANCED by I, SELINE, from £ 5 and upwards on personal security, to all classes, repayable to suit the convenience of borrowers. Distance no object. Apply personally or by letter, 8, BKLLISVUE STREET Swansea. ■]y|0 £ lEY LENT ON N OTE OF JJAND THE NATIONAL MERCANTILE BANK, BALDWIN-STREET, BRISTOL. The Directors of this old-established, well-known office having larg II) available funds, offer unusual facilities to 31 respectable And trustworthy persons who require either temporary or permanent assistance. Cash in amount from £ 20 to £ 3,000isadvancedinallpartsof the kingdom, without sureties, delay, or publicity, and on the security only of the borrower's written promise to re-pay. These advances may be re-paid by weekly, monthly, or quarterly instalments, extending over a period of timiconvenient to the borrower; or the principal may remain so long as the interest is paid. NoBillsof Sale taken, and the transactions are not pub- ished in any newspaper or gazette. Apply, stating amount equired, to Mlt. T. C. MILBUltN, General Manager. NOTE.—Specially advantageous terms for Loan on Life Insurance Policies, Reversions, and Second Mortgage. 85 13 CALVERT STREET, SWANSEA. -6 10 A:300 ADVANCED ON PROMISSORY NOT& Own Name only required. Advances same day as applied Cor. SOUTH WALES ADVANCE CO., 33, CAIiVERT STREET SWANSEA. B. BEFLKENS. Manager. YOU ARE WANTING PHOTOGRAPHS Then WHY NOT get the BEST ? ARC HIBALTT GOLDIES Photographs are acknowledged to be the best MANSEL STUDIO, 95. MANSEL STREET, SWANSEA CHOLERA & FEVERS PREVENTED. 66 G ANITAS" DISINFECTANTS Kill all Disease Germs. Fragrant, Non-poisonous, and do not stain. Fluid, Oil, Emulsion, Powder and Soaps, and Appliances for all purposes. SEND FOR PAMPHLET. The SANITAS Co., Ld., Bethnal Green 'London, E. SUMMER SEASON 1894. L L. AND T. IB ULLEN, HEATHFIELD AND FFYNQNE MEWS SWANSEA. First-class Brakes, Coaches, etc., alwavs ready Reasonable rates for Picnic Parties. Orders now booked for coming season. MRS. A. A L L B N'S w ORLIYS AIR RESTORE R. Restores the natural colour and is perfection. The best is always the cheapest IT IS NOT A DYE, but acts directly on the roots of the hair, giving them the natural nourishment required. H OLLOWAY'S PILLS AND OINTMENT THE BEST MEDICINES FOR FAMILY aSB. TBI PILLS PURIFY THE BLOOD, aad Correct all Disorders of the int4rxai 0. In fcll Complaints Incidental te Pemalea they ARE INVALUABLE. THE OINTIlIHiT IS THE MOST RELIABLE REMSBY For Chest and Throat Affections, fieut, Rheumatism, Stiff Joints, Old Wooads, Seres, Ulcers, AND ALL SKIM msEASu. B EECHAM'S PILLS. WORTH A GUINEA A BOX. For females of all ages these Pills are Invaluable, as a few doses of them carry off all humours, and brine about all that is required. No female should be without them. There is no medicine to be found to equal BEECHAM'S PILLS for removing any obstruction or irregularity of the system. If taken according to the directions given with each box, they will soon restore females of all ages to sound and robust health. For a weak stomach, impaired digestion, and all disorder* of the liver, they act like magic, and a few doses will be found to work wonders in the most important organ in the human machine. They strengthen the whole muscular system, restore the long-lost complexion, bring back the keen edge of appetite, and arouse into action, with the rosebud of health, the whole physical energy of the human frame, and one of the best guarantees to the Ner- vous and Debilitated is, BEECHAMS PILLS JUVE TRY LA.RGEST SAX* OF ANY PATENT MEDLINE Di THLK WORLD. BEECHAM'S MAGIC COUGH PILLS. As a remedy for Coughs in general, asthma, bronchia affections, hoarseness, shortness of breath, tightness and oppression of the chest, wheezing, &c., these pills 8tand unrivalled. They are the best ever offered to the public. Let any person give BEECHAM'S COUGH PILLS a trial, and the most violent cough will in a short time be removed. removed. Prepared only by the proprietor, Thomas Beecham St. Helen s, Lancashire, in boxes at 94-, Is. lid. and 2s. 9d each. Sold by all Druggists and Patent Medicine Dealsr ^•HITSU:; HOLIDAY 3, 1894. CHEAP SIAR INF. EXCrRSIOi'S FROM bW AN S £ A, £ >•)- j .,1 1\' BY THE FAST /S&ZMiKfc- SALOON MAGNIFICENT STEAMER, ALEXANDRA (Wind and ether cirrumstances permitting). 1 THURSDAY, May lYih.—AUOUNP THE LA- leaving Sw ansea at 3 p.m. SATURDAY, May 19th.-BAY Trip, leav Swansea at 3.30 p.m. RKTUXN FARES :-Ilfracomoe. 1st Class Saloon. 3s. 6d. 2nd Class Saloon, 2s. 6d. Trip arour.t the B ivs, is. 6d. and Is. Season Tickets, P-1 1F. Tickets and Refrei-hmerns may be obtained on Board. NOTICIL-The Owners will not hold themselves responsible for the safety of any Passenger or intending Passenger embarking or disembarking from this Steamer. Please cross the bridge at Glo'ster-place for the Alexandra Wharf, West Peir, Full particulars may be had at the offices, 15, Goat-street, Swansea. Pockett's Bristol Channel Steam Packet Co., Ltd. MARINE EXCURSIONS FROM SWANSEA BY THE SEA GOING RISSE5GEFI SALOON btHAMSHIf VELINDRA." The only Excursion Steamer in the Bristol Channel Classed A-l Lloyds. (Weather and other circumstances permitting.) THURSDAY, May 17th, at 2.30 p.m.—To PORTU- CAWL. Returning at 5.45 p.m. sharp. Fares: Best Cabin, Is. 6d.; Fore Cabin, Is. FRIDAY, SLAY 18tb, at 7.30 a.m.—To II.FRACOMBK and rLo-v-zL Leaving Clovelly at 3.0 pin., and Ilfracombe at 5.15 p.m. SATURDAY, May 19:h, at 7.30 a.m.—To ILFRA- COMBE and LUNDY ISLAND. Leaving Lundy at 3.45 p.m., and Ilfracombe at 6.0 p m. ILFRACOMBE EXCURSION FA-RFs.-Cine day: Best Cabin, 3s. 6d.; Fore Cabin, 2s. 6d.; SATURDAY to MONDAY, Best Cabin, 5s. 6d.; Fore Cabin, 3s. 6d. Ordinary Fares—Single Best Cabin, 4s. 6d.; Fore Cabin, 3s. Return available for One Month, Best Cabin, 7s.; Fore Cabin, 5s. Excursion Fares to CLOVELLY and LUNDY ISLAND, Best Cabin, 5s. Refreshments can be had on board. Cheap Excursions to BARNSTAPLE, BIDEFORD, EXETER, PLYMOUTH, &c., every SATURDAY and MONDA Y Contractors to Her Majesty's Government. til4 CANN & GLASS- 3, PROSPECT PLACE. > LARGE HOUSE COAL PER 14S. TON. CASH ON DELIVERY. HUNDREDS OF TESTIMONIALS. Orders received at 34B Martin Street, Morriston. NEW POTATOES. NEW POTATO S. B.S. "NORMAND" With First Cargo of NEW KIDNEY POTATOES. IN BASKETS, ex SCILLY. JUST ARRIVED, A Large Consignment of NEW LEVANT ONIONS. For Wholesale Prices apply to C. ALLEN AND CO., PADLEY'S YARD, SWANSEA. May 17th, 1894. NEW POTATOES FOR THE MILLION. A TREAT FOR SWANSEA. FIRST CARGO THIS SEASON OF NEW KIDNEY POTATOES. ex Scilly Islands. Alse just arrived, Prime Cargo of IRISH MAGNUMS, per Steamer KING JA-JA. R.AL 11 G I Fresh arrival— ORANGES, ONIONS, NUTS, ETC. For Prices apply IMPORTERS CO., LTD., STRAND, SWANSEA. SAFETIES! SAFETIES 8AFETI2S Write for most oo:np;et<j List in the tra.de Post Free, containin,,ovar Nesv and Second- t, hand Machines, all the latest patterns. Machines from25s. Cheapest and best in the World. Trade supplied. £ 0per cent, cheaper than other makers Large List Post Free.—W. R. Warrilow, Regent CN&X4% v?ror*"e, \-YQIJ.U.DQ.I'u.r:' SALES BY AUCTION. F-astmonr "ark, Clyne Common. P.i:ish of O-rstermout.h. near Sv. 'n5e. I;pornani Sale nl JPi-eehoid itcsKience and Lan<l. MLS.SKS. i.OWSS, SON & VvATKIJS'S have received instructions to fciKLL bv PUBLIC A I. CTIOJi on W;liLSDAY. May 23nl, 1394, at the Uoyal Hote1. High- ftwet, .s\Yan:5a, subject to such c«uiliti:>u& as shall tiien and there lip proflticfed, and \\hich may be sefn at the Offices of the Auctioneers seven days prior to the salt-, a.) that very desirable FREEHOLD RESIDENCE, known as Eastinoor Park. Clyne Cuiiiiiiuii, now and for some time past in i he oecupalion ni John U-lasbiouk. Esq. The Residen.-e in its own grounds, which are taste- I'ully laid out with lawns, gaidens, and i comjil-te tennis r'Oll 1'1 s. and contains hy adlneasurenwnt 4 ax-ies or ther- .ut s. The Residence has the following ;J(:comnwdJ.tiol1 HnC.'õI' FLO( .R.-Cpnl ral hall and main staircase, draw- room (28 x 2D, dir.ing-room, breakfast-room, library, 2 ohetis, Dutler's and china pantries, with hot and cold tor, ottices, and st urease leading to servants' l»edrooms.. FIRST FJ.OUB.—Bedroom, 28 by 20, dressing-room, bed- .ms. ¡"Judoir, tethroom, hot-and cold water, and W.C. SKCOSP Fl<X)R.—2 bedrooms, day nursery, night lo., linen-room, itli proper liftings, and box room. Attaebd to the House are a conveniently and wen.con- structed conservatory and vinery, 85 feet long, II h h Rating apparatus; tboreai-e also extensive outbuildings, compris- ing a two-stailed stable, coach-house, harness, groom's i'in, carthouse, cowliouse, potting and tool houses, laundry, dairy, and gardener s cottage. There is a splendid supply of pure water on the premises, and the gardens are well ,to ked with fruit trees. The property, which has recently been at great expense enlarged, thoroughly renovated threughout, and improved for the present tenant, is approached by a main road, and is delightfully situated on an eminence overlooking Swansea Bay and the Bristol Channel, and is within 15 minutes of the London and North-Western ana Oystermouth Railway Co.'s Stations, and thirty minutes from the town of Swansea. The owner of the property is entitled to the rights of pasturage over Ciyne Valley. Sale to commence at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. The Auctioneers beg to call the attention of persons desirous of purchasing a country res dence. it being seldom that an opportunity of this description presents it- self of acquiring premises so commodious and well- arranged, and SJ charmingly sitmted. Particulars and conditions of sale, with orders to view, may lie obtained from the Auctioneers, at their offices, Heathfield Chambers, Swansea; or from Messrs, Jaiaes Trevor and Son, Solicitors, Bridgwater. Dated May 1st, 1894. Short Notice. Rhosdda Hotel. High-street, Swansea. TAMES ami JAMES are favoured with instructions from Mr. ThomsoD (who is giving up business) to SELL by AUCTION on the above premises, TUESDAY, Mil 22nd, 1894, a large quantity of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND TRADE UTENSILS. Comprising: — Solid mahogany dining table, deal top (to., inlaid do., sitting-room chairs, large quantity of Windsor and ot her kitchen chairs, cane seated 00.. massive smoking do., sol •! maliogany-top iron-framed tables, carpets, linoleum, stair- cloth, several brass rail bedsteads and palliass. s, spring and wool mattresses, very handsome carved Spanish mahogany half tester bedstead, several mahogany Duchtss dressing tables and stands, several half-circular marble top washstanas and tables, swing glasses, minors, overmantels, chests of drawers, sets of ware, wall brackets, shelf and dresser, an imnpnse quantity of useful crockery, kitchen tables, boilers, foun- tains, kettles, saucopans, steel fenders and irons, and the usua' kitchen utensils, A large quantity of drinking tables and settles, leather and plush-covered settees, stove and piping, large iron safe. E.3'. meat covers, etc. THE TRADE UTENSILS COMPRISE :— Beautifully painted China bpirit kegs with plated taps, wire ùo., copper and pewter measures, tumblers, grog glasses, wine do., wine decanters, ware pints and quarts, E.P. corlo drawer, electric machine, copper muller, filter, kc., &c. Sale to Commence at 11 o'clock promptly. Goods on view morning of saie. Terms cash. Auctioneers' Offices, Gower-street and Bynever-place, t>wansea. Dated May 15th, 1894. THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1894. TO DAIRYMEN, FARMERS, BUTCHERS, &c. AT CKFNGOLE FAHM, GOWEKTON. Within a mile of Gowerton Stations of the G.W.H. and L. & N.W. Railways. HIGHLY IMPORTANT SPHlNG SALE OF LIVE FARMING STOCK. MESSRS. BEYNON and MEAGER are instructed bv Mr. W. S. Richards to SELL by AUCTION at the abo\efarm,on above date, without reserve, the following high-class STOCK. viz. :— CATTLE.—10 Jersey CflWe. and heifers, in calf and with calves at foot (specially imported by the Auctioneers T-T this sale), 12 cross-bred short hern milch cows, wilh calves a: foot and near calving 10 thrre-year-old steers, 11 two-year- old steers, 9 two-year-old heifers, 13 yearling steers and heifera, 10 b&rn-.n cows and heifers, 14 tat, cows, hejJers, and steers. SHEEP.-47 Shropshire Down ewes and 70 lambs, 31 Cardigan ewes and 33 lambs, 20 fat lambs, 55 fat yearlings. HORSES.—Grey cart borse, Bowler, 5years old, 16.2 h.il" 13 cwt.. warranted in all work and sound. Bay cart borse, Captain, [J years old, 16.2 h.h., good in all harness. Chest- nut cart horse, Albert, 5 years old, 16 II .h. warranted. Grey cart hot se, Rattler, 7 years old, 16 h.h, good in chains allt shafts. Bay cart niare, Polly, aged, 16 11,]1. good in ail work. Brown cart horse. Captain, aged, lb h.h., good worker: Brown carriage horse, Dick, 4 years old, 16.1 h.h., quiet in saddle and harness and bids fair to make a very stylish carriage horse. Brown HorseColt. 3 years old, by Norwich (Queen's Premium), will make a good Galloway racer.Grey Horse Cob, Tom, 4 yeais old, 14 h.h., fast and quiet. Grey Hackney Fast Maie, 5 years old, 15.1 h.h., good in all harness. Bay Cob Mare, Lady, 4 roars old, 14 h.h., good and quiet in saddle and harness. jTive Curt Colts (yearlingsand two year-olds). Five Ponies, 3 and 4 years old. Two Mare Pony Colts. Also Bright Chestnut Cob, 6 year old, 14 h,h., war/antcd sound in wind and limb, free from vice and good in harness and saddle, Rustic Cart by Palmer (nearly new), complete with cushions and lamps, also Set of Brass-mounted Harness in good condition. The above will be offered in one Lot as a turnout, and if not sol i will be offered separately. Abo Stvlish Gig, nearly new; and American Bugy. frigs—L arge Yorkshire Sow with 10 small Pigs, 2 Sows in farrow. 20 Stores (various sizes.) Three months' credit (usual conditions). Discount for Cash. Luncheon at 12 o'cloek noon. Sale to commence itrtpe- I:a,el,y afterwards. Auctioneers' Ofliees, Victoria Chambers. -EST/}/ \Th.L.H /MR. A.C. HOPSON, SURGEON DENTIST, /2; DYNEVOR PLACE, SWANSEA. >. (OPPOSITE NEW HIGHER GRADE SCMOOL). Z, DYNEVOR PLACE, SWANSEA. >. (OPPOSITE NEW HIGHER GRADE SCMOOL). r,c v„_s' Experience—18 as dentist with Mr. O) i earn r SwanBe £ U Painless Extractions with Gas and Ether Spray. Workmanship, Material, and Fit guaranteed. -rr^h-class Work from 5s. per Tooih/ home daily from 10 until 7. All Consultations Free. TEETH > TEETH T. M BEN S o ALEXANDRA ARCADE BUILDINGS SWANSEA. GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT* Aentfor the National Telephone Company. Agent for the Lendon-made Lead Lighte,Stained Glass for Cathedral and Domestic Work, Agent for Encaustic Tiles, Mosaic Work and Mural Decoration, Bra.sses, &0. Estimates Free. Samples on View. Licensed Victuallers' Valuer. Stocks Taken Books Balanced, &0. DAVID RICH ARDS 33, HIGH STREET, SWANSEA REFRESHMENT CONTRACTOR. LUNCHEONS, DINNERS, SUPPERS, BALLS. WRITE FOE ESTIMATES. o ".> 7: ¡W- p URN IT URN (7ANI r O FT s "jpURNlTURE UIP-F, PTHtGHASE SYFTZNC TERMS: i: w 1.. 6J. per week. £5 28. Od. £ 1° 3s. 6d. „ ^0 6s. Od. » 7s. 6d. „ £ 5J „ 12s. 6d. „ reraense Stock to select from. Only a SIMI deposit required. SPECIALITE in SUITES at £8 5s. All Goods Delivered Fres. P. FREEDMAN &CO. 34, HIGH STREET, SWANSEA. OTHER BJUJrCJIQ: NEWPORT (MON.), 1, 2, 3 ft 4. MARKBIL BUILDINGS. NEW TREDEGAR, ELUOTSTOWS. and 82 NEW PINSTONE, SHSFFXSLOL THE SOUTH WALES WEEKLY POST." Published om FRIDAY MORNINGS. Tbe Best .1 Uri^njeiu ve:tziy ifasar I v. iu South VfaUi NEWS 0 THE WORLD. 1 ERIAL STORIES. KIGINAL ABTICLES, LOCAL OOSSIP, NOTES AND QUESIU, AND ALL THE LOC^L AND DISTBIC INTELLIGENCE OF THE WEES. 'CLWB YR HOSAK LAS," An amusing artiol n UM dial—t WOO Wlhi A Column devoted to the iittareabs aad sssi aooe of the Qa»>»»lered. Order at onee: 211, High-su .-oi,. :)w.u.. Ki>«s»r-stroet» NiiATtt. D-roi cl, » LEWIS. 184, HIGH STREET, SWANSEA GROCER, PASTRYCOOK, AND CONFECTIONER. Best qualtie* in all kinds of Putry, Cakas, and Confectionary. ESTIMATES GIVEN FOB TEA PAXTtJM. LUNCHEONS, ETC. lyrAYPOLE DAIRY QO MAYPOLE BUTTER RE»UC £ D %0 ELEVENPENCE PaR LB. ELEVENPENCE Pau La. ELEVENPENCE Put L-. ELEVENPENCE PM La MAYPOLE DAIRY CO. MARGARINE AT 6n. PER LBL Superior te that Sold Elsewhere at SL and 10d, A I P O L E DAlBY QQ* "°7, HIGH STREET, SWA £ SS* NOTICE or REMOVAL,