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THE "DAILY POST" DIRECTORY OF SWANSEA USEFUL INFORMATION TRADES, BCJ3IXE33S8, AMD PROFESSIONS CLASSIFIED AND ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED. A GUIDE TO THE PUBLIC. Unorder that the Dally Post Directory of S-.van««e m\v ba an nulfcad with tha fallout confidence by cesidentsand is fca:con to inclu lo i** n is O'I-.M >:ily fc'io a lvortisoinsiits of businesses which we Hare special reason to heiieve are of »- on.% (I Is 1.11 ti* uvvoA.ii71 U ",I a. AUCTION EHllS, JAMES AND JAMES, Aneiior.e<r?', Valuers. Estate, and Insurance Agents, Gower-sireet. Swansea, and at 11, Bonct-court, Lon- ion. i c. seoal and prompt attention ;;iver: to ali llli1étu'" entrusted to them, tED. ROBERTS & SO, F.A.T., Auctioneers, aiuers, Estate Ageuts. &- Survevors.— j, Oxfora-st.reet. Established 13C5. Valuation for Prcbate anu i he Succession. dS FAKERS. 4.PJCKARD, the Aruvle Bakery- Pure iheaa. Cakes ior Tea Parties and Outings, 3d., <K: ana £ d. per lb. "L nocjuullcd ;junlit\. BASKET M .VNUFACT* HERS. HtJSGKAVE & Co., 1:41. Hiiih-street, for Baskets. Cradles, Wicker Chairs, Flower Stands, ic, direct from our own Factory. BILL POSTERS. ^RttJrsKA a'sd DISTRICT BILLPOSTING- A>~p ^S5toRTis;NG Co:.rrAXV, Commercial Chambers, 4, Goat-street. d7 BOOT AND SHOE DEPOTS. •JAMKS D.ivn:s, 181, High-street. Boots-and Shoes at Greatly Reduced Prices uaring thi" month. li LT1LDE IvS» THOMAS, WATKIS, & Co., Limited Erunswici: Timber Yard and Steam Sawmills, Euilders, Contractors, Timber and Slate Merenant. + CABINET MAKERS. ,tnul f. C. ED DEBS HAW, Manufacturing Cabinet Mf.ker, Uoholsterer. and Complete House Furnisher, xt, High-st. Speciality Kitchen Dressers. ddJ CAB PROPRIETORS. LL. & T. BULLXX, Heath field Mews. Funeral Car- riages, Brakes, &c. Cabs always ready, Leio- grams, "Bullin." Telephone, 65. <132 CAFE. Victoria CVFE. Gower-st-reet. Dinners. Lun- cheons, and Temperance Refreshments. Best articles at moderate charges. d47 CLOTHIERS. MASTERS & Co., the Swansea. Ciothicrs. lo and 19, Castle-street, Swansea. J68 COAL MERCHANTS. HALL & Co., 2, Mount-street. Best Large 1 faldau. Oriental, Rliondda House Coal, Nut and Pea, Anthracite for Stoves and Greenhouses. uoi D. HINDS & Co.. Coal and Brick Merchants, and Haulage Contractors. Cheapest depot in town for House Coals. Oystermouth-road aad 7. DillwN n-street. 224 PASCOE AND Co., 211, Kensington-terrace. For best Ffaldau and all other House Coal delne. ed at the lowest prices. Trial solicited. d64 GIBBS, OUTERBRIDGE, A-ND Co., House Coal Merchants. Depot: South Dock. Office and Residence: 13, Carlton-terrace. Coals of all descriptions. Telephone No. 15- CORK AND BOTTLE MERCHANTS. Cork., Bungs, Shives, Bottles Pjpes. and Labels of all descriptions for Publicans, Botlers, Chemists, &c. Best and Cheapest, Bailed, Alexandra-road. DAIRYMEN. D. HIXDS, Windsor Dairy, 7, Dillwvn-street, Pure Milk, Fresh Butter, Eggs, and Cream, direct from my own farm at Cockett. d35 you can always get gcod Fresh Butter, Devon- shire Cream, double thick Raw Cream, and Fresh Eggs, at Woodlands DAIRY, 36, 5t. Helen's-road. a93 DRAPERS.. J. REES EVANS. Special purchase of 1,000 pairs of White and Cream Lace Curtains. Prices from Is. to 30s. per pair. 218, High-street. DRESSMAKERS AND MILLINERS. CITY MILLINERY Co., are this week holding a very Speeial Sale for Whitsuntide m Millinery and Cos tumel-, D. R-DEMITTS, 21, St. Helen's-road. High-class Dressmaking and Millinery by Experienced bands. Latest novelties. Charges moderate. d49 EDUCATIONAL. SHORTHAND. Arithmetic, Book-keeping, &c., taught at the Navigation School, 9, Mansel-street, by Mr. DAVID HARRIS, F.Sh.S. d92 FURNISHERS. D. BARNETT, Oxford-street, the cheapest place on earth if you bring the ready cash. Weekly pay- ments taken. dlO ilimmense Stock of Household Furniture, Bed- steads, Beds, and Bedding, at GILES COOK AND SONS, Waterloo Furnishing Stores, £ 6 "Waterloo-street. c HARRY W. SPRING, Cabinet Maket, Upholsterer, and Furniture Broker, Plymouth-street. Second- I hand Furniture bought, sold, and exchanged. d23 GROCERS. SeUTH WALES PROVISION COMPANY, 8, High- street. Cheapest House for all Provisions, and finest Flour and Teas. d-10 P. THOMAS, 85, High street and Swan street, Family Grocer and Provision Merchant. Sote agent for the Sloper Tea.. d76 HAM AND BEEF STORES. THE LONDON STORES, 37, St. Helen's road, for Cooked Meats, Corned Beef, York Hams, Ox Tongues, Pork Pies, &c., always ready. dlS HAY AND CORN DEALERS. EVAN GRIFFITHS, Hay & Corn Merchant, High St. Best Irish and English Hay always in stock. Delivery free in town and neighbourhood. HAY" AND CORN MERCHANT. W. LATJGHARNE, New Orchard-street, English und Welsh Hay. Prime quality. Lowest market prices. Prompt attention to orders. HOTELS. "WELCOME," OXFORD,' and "LIFEBOAT," supply feod of best quality at moderate charges. Pionic and schools catered for. Enquire of MaDaf^JIARUBBER MERCHANTS. FITT BROS. & DAVIES, 17, Wind-street. India- rubber, Leather, and Asbestos Goods fo>* all mechanical purposes, Steam Pumps, Boiler Fittings. d67 IRONMONGERS. J. J. EVANS. 90, Hi, h-street, General and Furnish- ing Ironmonger, Trunks, Brass Stands, &c. Wulfruna Bicycles—latest improvements. d89 'illXED POINTS, in tins, 3d. per lb. cash 34 colours to choose fro"-C. D. Richards, 40, St. Helen's Road. LIVERY STABLES. JtuTLAND MEWS, W. PIKE, Proprietor. Posting in all its branches. Funeral Carriages complete. Telephone 158. a69 OUTFITTERS. T. PHILLIPS and Co., 33, High-street, for Reliable Cloth for Men and Boys. Most Wear for Least Money. P. JONES & Co., 26, College-street, Clothiers, Hatters, and Juvenile Outfitters. Immense variety at competitive prices. dl7 PAWNBROKERS. Honey lent on Plate, Watches, Jewellery, &c., at the rate of 4d. in the JE1 per month. No other charges.—H. BARNETT, 6, Heathlield-street. d36 PIANOFORTE DEALERS. .THOMPSON & SHACKELL, Limited, 32, Castle- street. Pianoforte Merchants and Organ Builders. Our easy pavmen t system. d27 PICTURE FRAMERS. FI, SHATZ, 51a, High-street, for all kinds of Mould- ings, Pictures, Mounts. Come with your Christ- mas Pictures and get them neatly and beauti- fully framed. d33 QUININE BITTERS MAKERS. Quomra BITTERS, Second to None, of all Grocers 24 doses Is., or ide instead of 2d. Post free, Is. Id.; Six, 5s. 6d-—GAMJEE, Swansea. d62 SADDLERS. F* BENJAMIN, Saddler, Portland-street.—The only shop in Swansea where you can get good Home-made Harness at Reasonable Prices* A trial solicited. SHOEMAKERS A. ABBOTT, 27, Oxford-street, Hand-sewn bespoke bootmaker, over 6 years' practical experience. Tender feet specially treated. all ¡-AM:MoN's Shops are the best in the town for all repairs. 2, Wassail-street; Victoria Buildings, St. Helen's Avenue, 90, Terrace-road, Mount Pleasant, d TAILORS. 3&BWER, Dillwyn-st., Practical Tailor. All gar- ments cut and fitted under personal supervision. Trousers from 10s. 6d.; suits from 42s. d58 G. DAVIES, 28, Oxford-street, Swansea, Ladies' I and Gentlemen's Practical Tailor, Clerical, Military, and Livery Maker. Your patronage j M9e« £ fuUjf solicited .wa- TiCA A.,i> l'Ul''r EE .UEUCiiAlViVi. L< e LIVI-;I;POUU CIIINA ANL» IMJIA T;;A CO., LTO., Vi hoiesitle and Retail le, au d ¡ oiiee Alcreha>ils, ) <31 C. I.OCKLKV, Albert Teniperar.cj Hotel. Cradoek- street (centr.'iij, Coramercial Rooms, Billiard o o w. P.eaiure Parties catsr^d lor on moderate terms. Lar_e D.ning Rcoui to seat iiO persons. T>) B ACCONISTS. ALFRED DAVIES. Wholesale and retail Tobacco- nist and Cignr Merchant, 2, College-street, and 175, High-slrcet. Noted for 2d. and 3d. Cigars. UISDELTTAK'EUS. A. ATKE, Lndertal-er and Complete Funeral I: urnisher, 26, St. Fabian's-atreel, St. Thomas. Careful a.nd prompt attention, moderate charges. u57 3,Jr. J. FIIANC'IS DAVIES, 10, Prirue of Wales- road, late of (Carmarthen-road, wishes to inform the public generally that he has removed to the abo\e aildrciS.—Price List, &e.. on application. d40 J. I.LOVP, 3, Neath-road, Hafod, Undertaker and Complete Futiera: l''arnishcr. Careful and pronr t attention to orders. Moderate charges. d50 FUNERALS. V» JI. PiitLLir-, Undertaker and Complete Funeral Furnisher. 33, \Ve!Iingto.j-8treet,34, Singleton- terrace, and also at 253, Carmarthen-road. Telephone, 173. 80 WATERPROOFS. FITT BROS. & DAVIES, 17, Wind-street. Water- proof Garments, latest patterns, always in stock; Leggings, Driving Kug3, Oilskins, &c. d66 Buy our Waterproofs of the actual maker, C. MASsjciiESTiai, 6, Castle-street, and Temple- street. Novaluclike 11. SPIRITS. Tiy ILES, The Star Tea Mart, High-street, for Brandy, Is. lid.; Gin. Is. 6d.; Whisky, Is. 3d.; Rum, Is, 8d.; Port, Is.; Sherry, Is,; Claret, 2s. WELSH FLANNEL DEPOT. JOHN JOI:F. Cardigan House, College street. The old-establibhetl Welsh Flannel Warehousa (Established 1835.) Noted for hand-knitted Stockings, Shirts, Singlets, and Drawers, made cn the pivmiscs from best Welsh Flannel. Cycling Hosiery in every quality a speciality, Yarns in great variety. WATCHMAKERS AND JEWELLERS. Br.ouGHrox 3 noted Wedding Ring Shop, 31, High-street. A choice selection of Jewellery, Electro-plate, &c., at most reasonable prices. "DAILY POST" PRINTING WORKS. 211, HIGH S IRZET, QWANSEA. "PT?T1%JRRTL\T<N 1 VISITING CARDS. JN 111M fjr J WEDDING CARDS. PRINTING } 5S CcAARrSI. PRINTING } CiRCXXARS.8- PRINTING } BALANCE SHEETS PRINTING } CATALOGUES. AUCTIONERS' PRINTING POSTERS. J DRAPERS' POSTERS. PRINTING J STOCK* SALEsi"ES' I PRINTING }r0AS™JfLS. -R-J -p* T AT rn ITAT 1 OF EVEttY PRIN TIN G DESCRIPTION, AT FAIR PRICE8. PRICES ON APPLICATION. c t-PEL GO-IIER, SWANSEA. A GRAND CONCERT will be held on THURSDAY, MAY 24TH, 1894, when Sir W. Sierndale Bennett's "MAY QUEEN" will Le performed by the CHAPEL CHOIR, assisted by the following artistes:- Soprano. Miss MAGUIE DAVIES. Contraito. Miss MARY DAVIES. Tenor. Mr. MALDWYN HUMPHREYS, Bass. Mr. DAVID HUGHES. AccompanistsMiss Westlake, Medallist R.A.M. and Mr. T. D. Jones, Morriston. Conductor:—Mr. W. EVANS." Reserved area, 4s. Balcony reserved, 3s.; Side tjArea unreserved 2B. Balcony unreserved Is. Doors open at 7.15, to commence at 8 p.m. THE WEST END FUNERAL FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT, PHILLIPS'S PARADE (Opposite Hospital.) H. SPRING Invites attention to his facilities for carry- iug out of Funerals to All Parts, with all Modern Requirements, at STRICTLY MODERATE PRICES, GOLCHI-YNT2RH WYDD, jPTASHING,M4&X)E I A.3'T, EXTRACTS ALL DIRT /AV/ AND STADis WITHOUT DOES REMOVING COLOUR. /YV/RONT 3^ BEX SHRINK BOT% /7VY ORR HURT Swaases MIk J^OB EBT SDN 68 TO 60, O s NEW ST, SWANSEA. I ( TO THE ELECTORS OF SWANSEA HAR- BOUR PROPRIETARY TRUSTEES. C,E-NTLE-NIF,-N,-In cousequence of the resigna- tion of Mr. Edward Henry Bath, I beg to offer myself to fill the vacant seat as Proprietary T.ustee. My c onnection with the Trade of the Pert during the last 30 years will, I trust, satisfy you as to my practical knowledge of Harbour matters, and if favoured with your confidence it s.hall be my ciistaiit endeavour to further increase our trading facilities, and develop the natural advan- tages we already possess.—I am, geutiemen your obedient servant, M. TLTTOIs, Swansea, 17th May, 1894. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNER- SHIP. HpJlE PARTNERSHIP hitherto existing between _L us aa Hauliers and Farmers at Llansamlet, in th&County of Glamorgan,baa been DISSOLVED by mutual consent, and all the debts due to and from the said partn, rship are to be paid to or by the undersigned Robert Thomas. Dated this Sixteenth dav of May, 1894. RICHARD THOMAS, ROBERT THOMAS, T.%I(- hol)a Farm, Llitisamlet. Witnoss: J. AERON THOMAS, Solicitor, Swansea. Q Y S TE RM O U T H B U RI A L BOARD* "0 BUILDERS AND OTHERS. THE OYSTERMOUTH BURIAL BOARD invite TENDERS for executing the necessary repairs to their COTTAGE at Norton. Specification of the WOtk to be doae, and the materials tc be used can be seen at my office. Tenders to be received not later than WEDNES- DAY the 30th day of May instant. The iowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. By order, JOHN BEYNON Clerk to the Board. Hazel wood, Mumbles, May 15th, 1884. I B. EVANS & COMPANY ARE NOW SHOWING IN EVERY DEPARTMENT IMMENSE DELIVERIES OF THE NEWEST & BEST PRODUCTIONS FOR I PRESENT WEAR, And they unhesitatingly state that the MAKE and STYLE of their -MATERIALS and GARMENTS cannot be surpassed at any Estab- lishment in or out of London, whilst the Prices arc the Lowest. HOUSEHOLD DRAPERY DEPARTMENT. There is also an unusually LARGE DISPLAY of PLAIN and FANCY TABLE LINENS, SHEETINGS, SHEETS, QUILTS, CALICOES, BLANKETS, HUCKABACKS, TOWELS, TRAY and SIDEBOARD CLOTHS, PILLOW and BOLSTER CASES, GLASS and TEA CLOTHS, TOILET COVERS, LACE CURTAINS, CRETONNES, FANCY MUSLINS, &c., bought irom the BEST MANUFACTURERS ONLY, for PROMPT CASH, thus securing for their CUSTOMERS RELIABLE GOODS at the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.. INSPECTION CORDIALLY INVITED- TEMPLE STREET, SWANSEA. f Champion Firelighter of the Universe. At a certain period of History there was an epidemic in France, it ravaged all the towns but the city of Lyons. This puzzled all the doctors and scientific men, and excited the deepest interest. A most searching investigation and enquiry was made, when it was discovered that the Cork Cutters in Lyons burnt their Cuttings, and this had purified and disinfected the air and saved the town, thus rendering the article of the UTMOST VALUE to the World. IT ANSWERS THREE MOST IMPORTANT PURPOSES. Lights the Fire quickly, Disinfects the room, gives forth a most agreeable odour, and does away with the DANGER and DAMAGE of FLYING SPARKS invariably present when wood is used. LARGEST SALE IN THE WORLD. To be had of all Grocers in the town in 8d. Packets of 48 Blocks. ONE BLOCK WILL LIGHT A FIRE IN FIVE MINUTES. Wholesale by JACOB JENKINS. COAL MERCHANT. 10, ALEXANDRA ROAD, SWANSEA. Telephone 157, Telegrams Cwmgloyn." ¡ FOR FURNITURE On Easy Terms of Payment by Weekly, Monthly, or Quarterly Instalments to suit purchasers' convenience, and for every advantage of PRICE, QUALITY, and TEEMS, Go to SE D D E R S H A W s Furniture Warehouse, 19, HIGH STREET, SWANSEA SPECIAL ATTRACTION FOR WHITSUNTIDE. P. JENKINS, CASTLE SQUARE, Is showing a new and bright Assortment of FLOWERS, FEATHERS, RIBBONS, LACES, BELTS, SHIRTS BLOUSES, SKIRTS, CORSETS, UMBRELLAS. Dresses, Prints, Zephyrs, and Delainettes. A VISIT OF INSPECTION WILL BE ESTEEMED. SPRING AND SUMMER FASHIONS, 1894 THOMAS YORATH Has the honour to announce his return from the London and other Markets with an excellent and varied assortment of LEADING NOVELTIES FOR THE SEASON. MANTLES AND JACKETS. Capes, Pelisses, and Coats in Plusb, Moire, Silk, and Cloth, handsomely trimmed in the Latest Fashion. Mackintoshes, Travelling Cloaks, &c. DRESS MATERIALS. I SUks, Satins, Velvets, Foulds, Amazons, Sateens, Crepons, Tweeds, Cheviots. PARISIAN AND ENGLISH MILLINERY. Of the Newest Shapes and most Exquisite Styles. Fancy Hats, Bonnets and Caps. Flowers, Feathers, Laces, Fichus, Ribbons, Ornaments, Trimmings, Gloves, Hosiery, Corsets, &c. DRESSMAKING Under competent management. Style, Fit and Workmanship perfectly reliable at strictly moderate charges. An Early Visit .is Respectfully Solicited. HIGH STREET, SWANSEA. April, 1894, CYCLISTS Looking out for BARGAINS will do C well to call in at our place and see the following First-Class Second-Hand MACHINES we have for sale :— 1 Peregrine Light Roadster Pneumatic. 1 Allday's and Onions' Pneumatic. 1 Malvern Light Roadster Pneumatic. 1 Crypto-Geared Ordinary Pneumatic. 1 Beeston,Bumber Cushion Tyre. (This machine is new. Not been ridden 40 miles.) 1 Ormona Cushion Tyre. 2 Cross Frame Cushion Tyres. 1 Ivel Semi-Racer, Solid Tyre. THESE MACHINES ARE PRACTICALLY AS GOOD AS NEW-MUST BE SOLD; ROOM WANTED FOR NEW MACHINES. CYCLE REPAIRS, PLATING, AND < ENAMELLING AT REASONABLE PRICES I THE MALVERN CYCLE COMPANY. 17,-OXFORD STREET, SWANSEA. MATRIMONY. — Manufacturer's widow (no family), tall, musical and domesticated, pos- sessing considerable private fortune in her own right, desires early marriage with an educated, refined pro- fessional or business gentleman. Strictest secrecy expected.—Address, Mrs. Durrant, 101, Davies-street Berkley-square* London, W. a756 W. BUNDLE. PRACTICAL TAILOR, Has Removed from 65 to '1; 60, ST. HEL EN'S R O A D (Next to Brunswick Chapel). All the new SPRING materials now in itock for Suitings, Trouserings, &c., at moderate prices. zimp" Style and Fit Guaranteed. n 11 AJ* Jj]VENING will be given at MOUNT PLEASANT SCHOOLROOM,\ SWANSEA, (Kindly Jest for the occasien), ON MONDAY, MAY 28tk, 1894. Per the Benefit of Mrs. REBECCA H.&.RBIBS, '\wh has been left a widow with five young children unprovided for. Doors open at 7.30 o'clock; to commence atiS. Balcony ScRts One Shilling. t AYPOLE A I R Y no MAYPOLE BUTTER REDUCED TO ELEVENPENCE PER LB. ELEVENPENCE PER LB. ELEVENPENCE PER LB. ELEVENPENCE PER Ln MAYPOLE DAIRY CO. MARGARINE AT 6D. PER LB. Superior to that Sold Elsewhere at 8d. and lOd. jJJ A Y P O L E p AIEY no. 207a, HIGH STREET, SWANSEA.

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SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1894.