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!!t,4 THE k" DAILY POSTDIRECTORY OF SWANSEA USEFUL INFORMATION TRADES, BUSINESSES, AND PROFESSIONS CLASSIFIED AND ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED. A GUiDE TO THE PUBLIC. ga order that the Daily Post Directory of Sw.msemvr b3 o.isuit vi with the Ea!hv?t coaQJence by residents and visitors, caro ista'ten to inohi le i i t, is oV.-vnn only t'13 alvcrtiia-iniauU of businesses Which we ti' soecial reason to beiievc ar3 o! -*» tilt and orustworth /11 itum AUCTIONEERS. I JAMES AND JAMES, Auctioneers, Valuers, HOUSE Estate, and Insurance Agents, Gower-stree., Swansea. and at 11, Bond-court. London. Lt.. sonal and prompt attention given to all maiteii entrusted to them. cto 39. ROBERTS & SON, FLA-I„ Auctioneers, Vaiuers, Estate Agents, & Surveyors.-45, Oxford-street Established 1866 Valuation for Probate and SUCCESSION. „ u&som «L PICKAR», 4HE ARGYLE BAKERY. Pore BIEID. Cakes for Tea PARTIES AND OUTINGS, 3d., 4d., AND 6D. PER LB. UNEQUALLED QUALITY. BASKET MANUFACTURERS. MTJSGRAVE & CO., L41. HIGH-STREET, LOR B-.S E-S,! CRADLES, WICKER Chairs, FLOWER BRANDS, UC, Direct from our own 1 ACIORY. BILL POSTERS. 3WAJTSKA AN I> DISTRICT BLLLTOSTLXO A Y. Ll AEVKRXISIXC COMPANY, COMMERCIAL CHAMUERS 4, Goat-street. ù7 BOOT AND SHOE DEPOTS. TAMES DAVISS, 131, HIGH-STREET. POOLS A«YD SHOES AT GREATLY REDUCED J. RIEEA DUIME THIS MONTH. „ BUILDERS. HOMAS, WALTIX, & Co.. Limited BrunsvacK Timber Yard and STEAM Sawmills, Contractors, Timber and Slate Merchant J CABINET MAKERS, F. C. ERDF-RSLTAW, Manufacturing Cabinet Ma.«r, Upholsterer, and Complete House 1' urnisher, -A High-st. Speciality Kitchen Dressers. ddJ Y CAB PROPRIETORS, LL. & T. Buixrsr, Heathfield Mews. Funeral Car- riages. Brakes, &c. Cabs alwavs reaJy. lete- graras, "Bulliii." Telephone, 65. d32 CAFE. VICTORIA CAFE, Gower-street. Dinners, Lun- cheons, and Temperance Refreshments, best articles at moderate charges. di;7 CLOTHIERS. MAST-ERs & Co., the Swansea Ciothiers, 18 and 19, Castle-street, Swansea. tlD0 COAL MERCHANTS. BALL & Co., 2. Movmt-street. Best Large I-faldau, Oriental, Rhondda House Coal, Nut and Pea Anthracite for Stoves and Greenhouses. CIOI D. HINDS & Co., Coal and BRICK Vlerehants and Haulage Contractors. Cheapest depot in to A n for House Coals. Oystermouth-road and 7, Dillwvn-street. PASCOE AND CO., 211, Kensington-terraceu ±oi beat Ffaldau and all other House Goal deln ered at the lowest prices. Trial solicited. GIBBS. OCTERBR1DGE, AND CO., HOUSE Cc< 1 Merchants. Depot: South Dock. Office ana Residence: 13, Carlton-terraee. Coals of all descriptions. Telephone No. 152. <147 CORK AND BOTTLE MERCHANTS. 3 Corks, Bungs, Shives, Bottles, Pipes, Labe* Of all descriptions ior Publicans, Chemists, &c. Best and Cheapest, BAILFA, Alexandra-road, i DAIRYMEN. D. IIIXDS, Windsor Dairy, 7, Diliwyn-strcct, Pure Milk, Fresh Butter, Fgg«, and «~rcam, direct from my own farm at Coekett. CTO° SOV can always get good Fresh Butter, £ shire Cream, double thici: Raw Cream, and Fresh Eggs, at VVODDLAXDS DAIRY, 36, St.1 Helen's-road. d93 1 DRAPERS. 1 3. REES EYANS. 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 ho.ding a very Special Sale for Whitsuntide in MI me y • and Costumes. CR-_U „I„„„ D. ROBEBTS, 21, St Helen s-road. High-class « Dressmaking antl Millinery by Experienced j hands, Latest novelties. Charges moderate.^ I J EDUCATIONAL. 'iHORTHAXD, Arithmetic, Book-keeping,&C.; TAUS^' -IF at the Navigation School, 9, Mansel-street by I\ Mr. DAVID HARRIS, F.Sh.S. |i FURNISHERS. i'« BABNETT, Oxford-street, the cheapest place on if earth if you bring the ready cash. Weekly jri>- •JF ments taken. omense Stock of Household Furniture, Bei- J steads, Beds, and Bedding, at GILES COOK AND I 'Bona, Waterloo Furnishing Stores, 22 & V J"Waterloo-street. Q IAKRY W. SPRING, Cabinet Maket, Upholsterer, and Furniture Broker, Plymouth-street. Second- | kand Furniture bought, sold, and EXCHANGED^^ '• GROCERS. 8um WALES PROVISION COMPANY, 8, High- street. Cheapest House for all Provisions, and < Caest Flour and Teas. d40 ). 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 STORBS, 37, bt. Helen s road, for Cooked Meats, Corned Beef, York Hams, Ox Tongues, Pork Pies, &c., always ready. dl3 HAY AND CORN DEALERS. STAtr GRIFFITHS, Hay & Corn Merchant, High St. Best Irish and English Hay always in stock. Delivery free in town and neighbourhood. HAY AND CORN MERCHANT. if. LAUGUAKNE, New Orchard-street, English and Welsh Hay. Prime quality. Lowest market 1 prices. Prompt attetition to orders. $HOTELS. •WELCOME, OXFORD," and "LIFEEOAT," supply feod of best quality at moderate charges. Picnic and schools catered for. Enquire of Managers. d34 INDIARUBBFR MERCHANTS. RITT BROS. & DAVIES, 17, Wind-street. India- rubber. Leather, and Asbestos Goods fo" all mechanical purposes, Steam Pumps, Boiler Fittings. d67 IRONMONGERS. r. J. Ev ANS, 90, Hi^h-street, General and Furnish- ing Ironmonger, Trunks, Brass Stands, &c. J W ulfruna Bicycies-Iatest improverr.ents. d89 IIXED PAINTS, in tins, 3d. per lb. cash 34coioui s to choose from.—C. D. Richards, 40, St. Helen's i Road. LIVERY STABLES. JUTLAND MEWS, W. PIKE, Proprietor. Posting in all its branches. Funeral Carriages complete. 3 Telephone 158. OUTFITTERS. PHILLIPS and Co., 33, High-street, for Reliable Cloth for Men and Boys. Most Wear for Least I Money. ). JONES & Co., 26, College-street, Clothiers, Hatters, and Juvenile Outfitters. Immeuse ( varIety at competitive prices. dl7 PAWNBROKERS. IONEY lent on Plate, Watches, Jewellery, &C.,at the rate of 4d. in the Y-1 per month. No other a charges.-H. BABNETT, 6, HeatlifieW-street. d3G I PIANOFORTE DEALERS. THOMPSON & SHACKELL, Limited, 32, Castle- street. rianoforte Merchants and Organ 3 Builders. Our easy payment system. d27 PICTURE FRAMERS. J., 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 L QUININE BITTERS MAKERS. {THSISBBITTIBS, Second to None, of all Grocers 24 doses Is., or £ D. instead of 2d. Post free, I Is. Id.; Six, 53. 6d.—GAMJEE, Swanse'a, d62 j SADDLERS. BENJAMIN, Saddler, Portland-street.—The only ahop in Swansea where you can get good i Home-made Harness at Reasonable Prices. A trial solicited. K SHOEMAKERS ABBOTT, 27, Oxford-street, Hand-sewn bespoke bootmaker, over £ 6 years'practical experi ni C. J Tender feet specially treated. dii RAMJIOW'S Shops are the best in the town for ali repairs. 2, Wassail-street; Victoria Buildings, St. Helen's Avenue, SO, Terrace-road, Mount Pleasant. d I TAILORS. KEWERJ Dillwyn-st., Practical Tailor. All gar- meets cut and fitted under personal supervision. 1 | Trousers from 10s. 6d.; suits from 42s. d58 G. DAVIES, 28, Oxford-street, Swansea, Ladies ( <ie~.Yemen's Practical Tailor, Clerical, Military, and Livery Maker. Your patronage eokeued* TKA AND COFFEE MERCHANTS. Tne LIV^KPOOL CHINA AND Ism TEA CO., LTD., Wholesale and Retail 1'e-tand C ollee Merchants, 232, Higli-st. (opposite Kovai Hotel). 81 TEMPERANCE HOTELS. C. LoCtvLEV, Albert Temperancj Hotei. Cradock- street (central), Commercial Rooms, Billiard Room. Pleasure Parties eafcsred tor on moderate terms. Larce Dning Room to seat 80 parsons. 0 TOBACCONISTS. ALFHED DAVIES, Wnolesule and retail Tobacco- I] ist and Cigar Merchant, 2, College-street, and 175, High-street. Xotfd for 21. and 3d. UNDEUTAKEHS. A. AY RE, Under Laker and Complete Funeral Furnisher, ¿5, St. Fabian's-streei, St, Thom.vs. Careful and prompt attention, moderate charges. 9 do7 Mr. J. I'nAXcis DAVIE.S, 10, Prin e o Wuiej- roa.d, late or Carmarthen-road, wishes to idorm tue puid.c generally that he has remove i to the .tba-.e aldrer.s.—Prica List, CCJ., on apulieat on. d4J J. LLOYI" 3, Neath-roaJ, IhfoJ, Undertaker and Complete Funera' Furnisher. Careful fiw prompt at'eution to orders. ModcrAtechaf cs. DI'J F UN ER A LS. WM. PHTLLI?. Undertaker ana Complet■? Funeral Furnish r. 33, WeIlington-3ireet,34, Singleton- terrace, and also at 258, Carmarthen-road. Telephone, 173. 80 WATERPROOFS. FITT BROS. & DAVIES, 17, Wind-street. Water- proof Garments, latest p tt-crns, always in stock Leggings, Driving liugs. O.lskins, &c. D66 Buy onr Waterproofs of the actual maker, C. MAlhCHESTER, 6, Castlc-street, and Temple- street. No value like n. SPIRITS. Try ILES, The Stai Tea. Mart, High-street, for Brandy, Is. lid.; Gin. Is. 6d.; Whisky, Is. 8d.; Rum, Is 81.; Port. Is.; Sherry, Is,; Claret, 2s. WELSH FLANNEL DEPOT. JOHN Jo.NEI', Cardigan Hoase, College street. The old-as, Welsh t lannel Warehouse (Established 1335.) Noted ior hand-knitted Stockings, Shirts, Singlets, aud Drawers, mado on the premises from best WtCh Flannel. Cycling Hosiery in every quality a speciality, Yarns in great variety. WATCHMAKERS AND JEWELLERS. Er.OGGBTO,N'¡ noted Wedding Ring Shop, 31, High-street. A choice selection of Jewellery, Eicctro-pla.te, &c., at most reasonable prices. "DAILY POST" PRINTING WORKS. 211, HiGH STREET, QWANSEA. PMXRTTTVRR1 1 VISITING CARDS. ITJTTLLN 111M U" WEDDING CARDS, PPT\N,T\Tr' 1 FUNERAL CARDS. rivll> Ili\U /BUSINESS CARDS, PRINTING } C-ILICC LAKS. PRINTING } BALANCE" SHEETS PRINTING } CATALOGUES. AUCTIONEERS' PRINTING! POSTERS. R-XVJ.1^ DRAPERS' POSTERS. PRINTING } STOCK ^ALEA^ES' PRINTING } 1 0F EVERY PRINTING! DESCRIPTION, J AT FAIR PRICES PRICES ON APPLICATION TO THE ELECTORS OF SWANSEA HAR- i BOUR PROPRIETARY TRUSTEES. GENTLEMEN,—In consequence of the resigna- tion ot Mr. Edward Henry Bath, I beg to offer myself to fill the vacant" seat as Proprietary Trustee. My connection with the Trade of the Port during the last 30 years will. I trust, satisfy you as to my {radical knowledge of Harbour matters, and if iavoured with your confidence it shall be my constant endeavour to further increase our trading facilities, and develop the natural advan- Uifces we already possess.—I am, gentlemen, your obedient servant, M. TUTTON, Swansea, 17th Mar, 1894. SWANSEA HARBOUR TRUST. I QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY, THURSDAY. MAY 24th' \TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the iM Harbour Offices will be closed on the above day as c\1stom:.ry. WILLIAM LAW, General Superintendent. Harbour Offices, Swansea, 21st May, 1694. W R U N D L E. PRACTICAL TAILOR, Has Removed from 65 to CO, ST. HEL EN'S R O A D (Next to Brunswick Chapel). All the new SPRING materials now in stock for Suitings, Trouserings, &c., at moderate prices. E £ F~ Style and Fit Guaranteed. B. E V A N S & COMPANY • ARE NOW SHOWING IN EVERY DEPARTMENT IMMENSE DELIVERIES OF THE NEWEST & BEST PRODUCTIONS FOR PRESENT W EAR, And they unhesitatingly state that the MAKE and STYLE of their I I zn 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 rAN^\ TABL^ LINENS, SHEETINGS, SHEETS, QUILTS, CALICOES, BLANKETS, HUCKABACKS, TOWELS, TRAY and SIDEBOARD CLOTHS, PIELOVv 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 t'oeir CUSTOMERS RELIABLE GOODS at the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. INSPECTION CORDIALLY INVITED. TEMPLE STREET, SWANSEA. 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 Lvons 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 W orld. IT ANSWERS THREE MOST IMPORTANT PURPOSES. Lights the Fire quickly, Disinfects the room, gives forth a most agreeable odour, and doss 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 advantag e of PRICE, QUALITY, and TEEMS, Go to #> b, E D D E R S H A W S, Furniture Warehouse, 19, HIGH STREET, SWANSEA. — ——————————————————— I WHITSUIV HOLIDAYS. TRAVELLING TRUNKS At Reduced Prices. J E N K I N S AND CO., IRONMONGERS. 89, OXFORD-STREET, 9& 10, PARK-STREET, SWANSEA. TRITTT-T COMPLETE SET, £ 1 IS. TO £ 10 10S. TEW!! I LilJ 111. SINGLE TEETH 2s. 6d. to 10s. 6d. A AXLJ *■ sdrd™, F. OWEN. 4' °svSlST\ Continues to supply the public with Genuine American Teeth and Painless Dentistry, under the management of the older-established and well-known Dentists. # TEETH.—Perfection in eaUng and speaking. TEETH.—Perfectly natural and life-like in appearance Wan-anted to give every satisfaction. Consultations Free Daily Irom a to LIPTON'S TEAS ARE THE BEST! AND HAVE THE LARGEST SALE IN THE WORLD. LIPTON pays most Duty. LiPTON controls the Tea Markets. T TPT0N LIPTON £ 35,365 9s' 2a „_J__ week's clearance of Tea. FOR DUTY. This represents/over one-half of the aTerage weekly payments for duty paid by the entire tea trade on the whole of the tea imported into Great Britan. LIPTON LIPTON is solo proprietor of several thousand acres of the best tea growing land in Cevlou, on which many thousand natives are constantly employed. Lifton's tea estates stand at an elevation of from 2,000 to 6,500 feet above the sea level, where only the finest teas are grown. T TPTON LIPTON'S TEAS Gained the Highest and only award in the British Section of the World's Fair, Chicago. LIPTON S TEAS come direct from the Tea Gardens. LIPTON NOTE THE PRICES! RICH AND FRAGRANT. FINEST THE WORLD CAN PRODUCE. T T DTflAT I/" AND i''4 PER LB' LlrlUJN PiRLB. NO HIGHER PRICE. Over ONE MILLION Packets Sold Weekly in Great Britain alone. T I TVP A\T BRANC JES EVERYWHERE. Agents throughout the World. LLrlUlN LIPTON, TEA PLAJTTEB, CEYLON. ————————— Lipton's Ceylon Tea and Coffee Shipping Warehouses. Maddemma Mills, Cinnamon Gardens, Colombo. Ceylon Offices: Upper Chatham-street, Colombo. T 1PTAM Lipton's Indian Tea Shipping Warehouses and Export Store: Hare-street, IJII 1 vl* Strand, Calcutta. — Indian Office: Dalhoasie Square, Calcutta. Tea and Coffee Salerooms: Mincing Lane, London, E.C. Wholesale Tea Blending and Duty Paid Stores: Bath Street and T jPTAM Clayton Street, London, E.C., Lli JL v/i.1 Bonded and Export Stores: Peerlaas Street, London, F.C. —————- Coffee Roasting, Blending Stores and Essence Manufactory, Old Street, London, E.C. General Offices: Bath Street, City-road, London, E.C. LOCAL BRANCHES. i j The remains of Mr. Edmund Yates will be cremated at Woking to-morrow. ¡- The Loris of the Admiralty have decided to spend £ 20.000 at once in deepening the channel of the Medway, so as to facilitate the passing of the largest ironclads to and from Chatham. During the past week 10 steamers landed live stock and fresh meat at Liverpool from American and Canadian ports, bringing a total supply of 4,071 cattle, 2,313 sheep, 14,832 quarters of beef, and 270 carcases of mutton. During the past seas«n 4,195 sparrows hava* been destaoyed by the Elsenhatn (Essex) Sparrow Club. A man named Pinder was killed near York on Monday by the accidental explosion of a barreLof a gun which he was handling. The Mayor of Wolverhampton on Monday laid the foundation stone oftheworka to be erected by the Corporation as head generating station for the supply of electric light. The initial cost is i estimated ut 4:30.000. JJAYPOLE jQAIRY CO MAYPOLE BUTTER REDUCED TO ELEVENPENCE PER LB. < ELEVENPENCE PER LB. ELEVENPENCE PER LB. ELEVENPENCE PER LB MAYPOLE DAIRY CO. MARGARINE AT 6D. PER LB. Superior to that Sold Elsewhere at 8d. and lOd. JJAYPOLE JQAIRY CO. 207a, HIGH STREET, SWANSEA.

WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, 1894.

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