'b. EVANS & COMPANY ARE NOW SHOWING •&EW& FASHIONABLE GOODS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. TEMPLE STREET, SWANSEA.
B. EYAXS & COMPANY ARE KOW SHOWING NEW & FASHIONABLE GOODS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. TEMPLE-STREEi, SWANSEA. r
Repaid ADVERTISEMENTS noUTil WALES DAILY POST. *OSDs. ONCE. THliF'B hiIX TIMES. 1'IMES. | Words I 0 6 0 9 I 1 0 ^Worcf | 0 9 I 0 j 16 Words I 10 16 I 2 3 ^jVords | 1 3 2 0 3 0 80 Words I 1 6 2 6 I 3 6 or charges a/pply only to the classes e( teriitemeni specified brio*v. and are tZftly confined to those iv'tich are >^ /or consecutive insertion, and for previous fa insertion: ij either q t*c cart r!'ilion8 is not complied with, *h* £ (<rerii.?.cment trill be charged^ by tin Vsine?fi Scale:—Apartments, Situa- 1 '"font or Wanted, To be Let or *w>Lost, Found. and MiscelUmeous n <*>nts, fiPEciAL Notice. — Applicants sending jft.tepiies to Advertisements addressed to tels or fictitious names, at this Office, fcquestod not to send original testi- ^ijifij?; wIth their applicalions, but to copies of testimnnialftonlv. dn,ortiei-s are cautioned that Postmas- ad 8 are not allowed to deliver letters #t ret<sod to Initials or Fictitious Ninies lnJ^ny Post Office. Letters addressed to th or Fictitious Nine3 can be sent to ■j^.e office of the South 1Vaies Daily Post. Hh^i lr e!- Swansea, and will be kept until ^^Pned for bv th? advertiser NOTICE. liv^10 ^Gvl'L ^'ulcs DaVy Post will be de- Q^red direct to Subscribers from the Chief ce8, High-street, Swansea, at the following PREPAID RATES:- Per Messenger. Per Post s. d. e. d. r^ne Month 1 0 2 0 *ee Months 3 0 6 6 J?1* Months o 0 12 0 ■[*«Ive Months 12 0 24 0 t*ny ^regularity in the delivery should be e known immediately at the Chief Offices ^^L'RTISEMENTS received after the first page has bcev printed art inserted (the first day} on page .V, under the J^Q-ditig Too late for classification" :SIT '1'1 Ol-i S V ¡\ CAN T. & itua 'Iu ON v!\ CA^T! Ws|<m^T&nt a Servant advertise in the "South Po>t," and vou will be quickly .SERVANTS.—It is not always an easy fatter to find a suitable servant, but by ^dvertising in the Daily Foxt you obtain, j.1" *east, a numbar of applicants to choose —an important consideration. n ^j-ENERAL Servant, used to children.— Apply at 16, Brunawick-gtreet, Swansea. a967 (v -^ERA L Servant; wages £ 13; no wash- i» intr.—ivlra. David, Richmond Villa "C^bl.G. [A974_ ^v^NERAL Servact Wanted, good Cpok cie_.u; thoroughly- good Kefere»ao» g^Co*'«nt wa«es for suitable perseu.—Apply ~alter-roitd, Swansea. 942a 7 Messrs] mTrgraVe BROTHERS, (It Lhinelly, sole proprietors, are in wain £ 01)t f°r Swansea District, for the Scotch Whisky. [n W"N'T ED. smart Message Boy at 5s. per Cni must be intelligent. — Apply, Hotel. a979 yy ANTED, immediately, good General Viii Servanr.—Apply Mrs, Pascoe, Brook B'iaekpill. n WANTED, an Improver in the Printing 2ji Trade.—Apply P., Daily Post Office, *J_J^j.»'h-i»lroet. n ANTED good General Servant; must1 understand cooking he p given good —c3, St. Helen's-road, Swansea. [a935 Yy ANTEL"). a General Servant; one who' talks Vte'ch as well as English pre- Daily Post Otice, •v.^fisea,. n lj^ANTED, Salesiaen, on commission (j. Boston Rubber Shoe Co.. Tower- •nbers, iiondo.i, E.C. »940 yy AN TED about September 13th expori-1 enced General Servant.—-Atidiess with 6;veiei'c":s ^'rs- Rees, 2, Kaiou-creseent -i^sca. a.980 yy AN ri'JD imsnediatelv, for about six weeks, ai- e\-P. Tcaeiier, for Cwwitwrcb ln- Solioo!, Yritalvfera; salary, £ 1 a week, Mistress" [943A y^ A "NT ED. a stiarp, intelligent Lad for ^0,i''L>r's Cilice.—Apply, by letter « Jau pR; Solicitor, Arcade- Goit-street. p-«v»j»sea. 1803 ytf Ai^TED. a pood, sirong. willing Girl V, abic io do par1 of washing.—Apply t?p^°en ier- ;ind ooe p.ta., Ill, Hamilton- (Tor>c-l:inp. a937 yy' "-TED, txp^rienwd General Servant; v.-n, Ojo 1 to coffee tavern preferred, tj, good rofcrcnccs.—Apply Temperance llrynmsv-r. a926 A;S*TEJ). immediately, Certificated Mis- S<il t-ross t'T I'-mcror National School. *rv» £ 60 corn'ortable loggings. Jfit-y ne'i1bc;iri)ood, five miles from Aber- tL 'i"t!'i; f-onveyanoes and mail-cart pasairg vSi.nUs'* tf-ail .-Apply, Vicar, Bangor, Abiir- [ 96" A 1 )O'1;rÎ! js.: bervauts.—The Old-fat;incnjd Wa*« ort; ^'est Country Girls wash, bake, A nranb'r Disengaged—Mrs. Coster, .try, Gloucester. 910a Q-DEN'Ell.— Wfnied, a Man and Wife. V, The man to iook aftei iltc-hen garden, h the ovounds around Iiouko. Wife to act 0a,'«taker and c!eancr. Both will live in ^tie :5C ar1^ ^r; themselves. Must Have tjv. optional roCorencBB. — Apply, stating j-et)fcer't r.n hist- fcmcd.'iyn.dnt. with refe- wa^c-r<quired, to V/. J. Rees, Agent, :>w > t;sea. a9k.y COOK W.VN i'ED. 0 'Oi\ wanted fr-r I\e-v ii'efrc3hu.ont Room, fv ^-o11 hoi-.Vti Aprdy B, E^'aNS AKI) V°^AKv. Tcmnlss-str. _ti.973 f-n'uJvrroNs'-1wanted! 11 are out oi :• i ion adv«fi.'tlae in itu: "South Wrdes Drilv Post," and you will soon s s V IT is '• F ovti -i Labour Lost" Lo j ;cl'!r about ii". :e::t"C"i1 of a berth, but it is "D ,i gained if vou Advertise in tho ;;y Pout.' n and Con feet oners. — Wanted situat:on. Age 19; ^ood mou'dcr and ^^RrtmpJu ;•; knowledge of sm^l's board in, • L'iniield, Lianvihan^el. Abergavcnnv. [944 a yy ANTT'i;D,Situation as Nurse or Asaistant- f -ftonspmaid bv yoiitjif girl, aged 16,— 'titter, 3, 1,'ppc;' Altijor'-street, Mansel- v^insoH. n W «ituat!ou 4» N.«,>o t.r t; n. f- Hw-tsompid by voung girl, aged l' Jicsoks. 25, Pinliips-strcetj MansoMi n. nJ \"V ^^1'5'D, a Situation »» Nurse, or as a •Svusoiuaid.— Miss Mary J. Brooks. No. fillip-street, Munselton, near Swansea. n ^h'atjon ^"aated in Swansea MS Nurse fir Governess fey well-educated Young J., fond of children.—Miss S. F., care of Wuies Da;5y Post,3 High-street, a9QQ L SITUATIONS WANTED. WANTED, for a house centrally sitaated fV in Swansea, an experienced Young Lady as Barmaid.-Apply Ii Wines," Daily I Post Office. a978 WANTED, a Situation as Manager or Traveller to a Grocery and Provision Trade; highest references.- W. Rees, Llan- gennech, Carmarthenshire. a976 WANTED, Situation as Gardener; ex- perienced in all branches; over Bix years'gcod character; leaving through family gone abroad wife good laundress, if required. -Apply Charles Pople, Stoko-lane, West- bury-on-Trvm. a924 TDAKER8 and Confectioners. — Wanted, B Situation in the Bakehouse; well up in bread, pastry, and smalls; good references; single, used to first-class trade.—J. Welch^ Naunton-parade, Bath-road, Cheltenham. _[956 a n ABDENER, experienced in all branches G wife as cool;; caretakers or any place of trust; no objection to horse; age 30; no family; excellent references.—Y, Post Office, Penmaen, Gower. [960a RESPECTABLE ycunj woman seeks en- t., gagement as Nurse or useful Maid to lady going abroad. Good dressmaker; excellent references.—Address J" Manager, South Wales Daily Post, Swansea. a9?0 r»OA As Experienced Head Laundress in ■it OUi first-class hotel; winter season pre- ferred good reference; abstainer. -Davis, 39, Northumberland-terrace, Liverpool. &971 a971 I T Q BE LET. If yon have a House to Let, or have any Article ior Sale, or if you are in Want of anything, advertise in the "South Wales Daily Post," I and you will obtaiu quick and satisfactory results. CARDIFF.—To be Let or Sold, 79, scacev- CARDIFF.—To be Let or Sold, 79, scacev- road 10-rcomed House, with bathroom, greenhouse, &c.~ Sessions, Limited, Penarth- road, Cardiff. [893 FIRST-CLASS Photographic Studio and Accessories to Let, with four rooms.— Apply 217, Bute-road, Cardiff. [953 HOUSE to Let in Terrace-road.—Apply Samuel, 37, Mansel-street. 976a ROUSE to L^t, No. 40, Hewson-street.— Apply Joseph Jones, 30, Lower Oxford- street. a 59 HEATHFIELD —No.. 14 to Let; com- jjL modious House splendid position; raised lawn.—Apply Mr. Ladd, Cambl iao- place. &936 MUMBLES.—To Let, three Eight-Raomed Houses, overlooking the bay; low rental to a good teuaut.—Apply Boer, Grocer. Mumbles. [aB?1 MUMBLES.—-Four-rcom House to Let JjL garden all conveuionoe; rent, 3s. week -Apply 134, Western-street, Swansea. [a957 MUMBLES.—To Let, 8, Church Park, con- taining 10 rooms, good front and back j garden; possession 28th September.- -Eley, Dunns, Mumbles. [961a; MUMBLES, Langiand-road.— A Furnished House to Let; two sitting-rooms, four bedrooms, kitchen, &c.—Apply Mr. Rees, Pen warden, Mumbles. 949a TO Let, Gwendraeth Hotel, Burry Port. Apply David John, 1'elini'ce! Brewery; L'anelly. 1783 rPO Let, from 29th September, 27, Stanweli- X .road, Peuartb.—npply H. E. Lattey, 8, Working-street, Cardiff, or on the Premises, a937 rpO Let, excellent Premises; best position X in town; opposite market; suit draper, grocer, or any trade.-Apply 71, Taff-street, Pontypridd. 954a TO Let, early Beptembor, pleasant House, bestpart Swansea. 8 rooms; hot water bathroom; rent .£26 year.—Nicholas, 37, Bryn-road. a931 TO Let, Bread and Confectionary main thoroughfare,—Can have all information by calling at Williams, 31, Lower Oxford- street, Swansea. 958a rro LET, 13, Bay View-eresoent, Swansea L Eleven rooms; hot and cold bath sweeping v.ow of bay and town,—Apply W LANK, 12, Bay View-crescent. 1642 TO Let, from Lady Day Next, Magnificent Suite of Office-, known as Arcade chambers, Goal-strea!, Swansea.—Apply Mr. T \V. James, Solicitor, on the Premises. 1802 TO BE LET large Building with three floors, each about 95ft. by 25ft., at the North Dock; suitable for warehouse or othe: purposes immediate possession.—Rent and particulars of Mr. W. R. Glyn-Thomas, 21, Fisher-fctreet, Swansea. a98 £ r? BRUNSWICK-PL CE, ST. HELEN'S- i <) liOAD. TO BE LET, with immediate possession, this desirable House, with private Drive in front, contains on Ground Floor.-—Entrance Hall, Dining- room, Morning-room, Kitchen, aud Scullery. First Floor.—Drawing-room, Back Bad- voom, with largo room extending ovcrkitehcr. and scullery. Second Floor,—4 Bedrooms. Attic. -3 Bedrooms. There are good cellars, and large garden behind, with back entrance. Apply to.- 1811] W. J. REES, Svyakska. .u APARTMENTS. SJBf~ APAKTMENTS.— Tins is the time of year, when people flock to Swansea and district in thousands, to advertise your rooms to lQt. Put an advertisement in the Daily Post, and you will find it money i well spent n l Single Gentleman Wants Two Comfort- xjl able Rooms not far froir. High-street, Swansea.—Apply at once to Emlyn." Daily Post Cilice, Swansea. n r BED and Sitting-rooms To Let: good at- tendance, home comforts, and use of piano; would suit a gentleman or two [friends; moderate terms; references cx- changed.—Apply at 17, Caritoa-terrace, bwansea. a316 BOARD and Residence,—-Advertiser, having a Lirgor house than he requires, car. receiveoue or tw,) (ionticinen as incmucr.s of the family on very inodevate terms, combined with all the (omr'orte of heme: references exchanged.— Acioress /i-l, 'irafalgai-terrace, Sw.msea, OOMFORTABLE Furnished Ajmrtments; J to let; attendance.-—Mount Pleasant House, Mount Pleasant. A PARTMENTS to Let. ucfurnished.- A Apply, 18, Nichol-street. off Walter- road, Swansea. 0.910 IT'RONT Sitting-room and Bedroom to 1ft; j liot and cold bath. 1, Bryn-j-Mor Crescent. tl96G i PARTSMENTS to Let, unfurnished. — J\ Apply 10, Littie-street, St, Ilclen's-road, Swansea. a030 VOUNG Lady desires Boa«- or Itoom with x Attendance, in private Jamilv. Ad.tress, with terms, which must bo moderate.—Cox, 31, Daily Post Of ice, Swansea. 9'Sr:.x PARTMENTS.—Young man desires eom- A ioi tflble and respectable i ootns in .Sv. -h;- sea.—Apply, E. ;M., Daily Post Office, Swansea. i n TANTEL), by Young Man, Bed and Sitting Vt Room, within ten minutes' walk of j High-street Station. Terms moderate.—' Apply A.U., Daily Post OfHce, 211, High- t street Swansea. f9CQ¡.¡ Ik 'V r > ■ ■ 'H'; • -V Having purchased of the Trustees to the Estate of W. GREEN, of Newent, Gloucester, the whole Stock of n DRAPERY AND FANCY GOODS, a Amounting to £ l,095 5s. 5d. Cost Price., « ■- '■■■' -i' '■ i v ri •■■■f.. THE SAME IS BEING OFFERED FOR • EDWARDS' '( ¡. "'V XJ; WL -.v ILX X-O ge' clt -a J f « • We beg to announce that in making this purchase we have been fortunate in see ari-ngthis Stock at a great sac-rifice.,viz: ,¡' j.. 44f per cent. off the original cost. The whole Stock is in excellent condition, and we have pleasure in disposing thrj lot at prices marked equivalent which we purchased, thereby effecting a v Saving of Nine Shillings (98.) in the Pound, ( Or Twenty bliilliDgs (20s.) worth of Goods for Eleven Shillings (lIs.), .or .Jr', NEARLY HALF-PRICE. EDWARDS, 9<1,95,96, OXFORD STREET; 15, 15, 17, 18, WATERLOO STREET; A, 2, 3, 4, 5, fARK STREET, SWANSEA. ■■ ffc?, f'">.v S-: ■' .V t J' J.' *■ "r .¡ FOR SALE. If you have a. House, Horse, Bicycle, 'Jtryeicle, Piaiio, Perambulator Cow, Cai-r, Watch, Wardrobe, Or^un, Piano, Melodeon, Org^nette, or any other conceivable article for S;ilss adver- tise in the" South Wales Daily Post. and yon will reach thousands o £ likely customers AMIP- HANDBILLS, Posters, Memorani ur Forms, Invoices, Letter Form", Basins Cards, Private Cards. Programmes, Rafele Cards, Catalogues, Price Lists, Window' Bills, and every description of Printinzi done espeditousiy, neatly, and cheaply at the Daily Post Office, 211, High-street, Swansea, j/MPTif Petroleum Barrels.—Thomas Ford l'i and Co, are purchasers of above and other Oil Barrels. Highest cash prices piven. I —Cooperage and General Ofikee, Pier-street, Swansea. 1606 FOR Sale, good Second-hand Lo-car-* X equal to uew.—Apply Phillips, Neath Carriage Works. 956a FOR SALE.—Wanted to supply in Swansea 18 or 20 gallons of Fresh Milk daily.— William Rowlands, GlaIlJitwendraeth Farm. Pontyates, Kidwelly. [840a FOR SALE, Waggonette, Spring Waggon, with Movable Head Grocer s Handcart and Baker's Cobourge.—James Palmer, Coachbuildt-r, 6, Gower street, Swan-, ssa. 1671 ROUSE and Back Premises for sale, being 38, Richardson-street, Swansea. —In- quire between 1 and 2, and after 5 p.m. 951a WILL Sacrifice a 3-'n.p. Boiler and Engine, by best maker, for £ 40 room wanted. Clen)ents, Clarence-road, Bristol. [945a rPO be Sold, a largo well-built Freehold 1. House, to pay 6 per cent.—Apply Jno. M. Leeder and Son, Swansea. [1797 TWO New Houses for sale with bathrooms, adjoining Conotitution-hill, and next to Heldon and Tudor Houses, Rhondda-street, Swansea. 952a H.P. Portable Engine, sound fire-box^ iCi \J tubes; thoroughly overhauled.— Fielding and Platt, Gloucester. 891 I /A H.P. Portable, sound fire-box tubeiT, iU thoroughly overhauled.-Fielding and Platt, Gloucester. 891 LONuMAjN Cross-street, holds the largest stock of New an Second-hand Harness iu Wales, at prices to f nit everybody I'ANIEL PUPPIEii for Sale; lemon and whito dam from St. Pierre, sire Liana— ran 21s. cach.—Samuel Adams, Hillside, J'ontmeyric, near Chepstow. a93S M U8ICAL INSTRUMENTS FOR SALE nlANO, Walnut, full-trichord, check action, L complete metal frame, cost _.£45. cash £ 25.— J. Brader and Sons, 9, Wind-street, Swansea. 1662 EiRARD PIANO, Kosowood, their 65 guinea ij mode!: cash £ 35. -Brader and Sons, 9, Wind-streei. Swansea. 1662 BROADWOOD'S Latest 70 Guiueu Model Piano in Rosewood; cash £ 40.-J. Brader and Sons, 9, Wind-Svreet, Swan- sea. 1662 OHURCH ORGANS tuned, repaired, regu- c lated and kepi, in order by contract or otherwise. Pianoforte Tuning from 3s. 3d. -J. Brader and Sons, 9, Wind-street, Swan- sea. 1662 _4- BRINSMEAD 53-guinea Piano, tnebti frame, ) check action, £ 39.—J. Brader and Sons, j 9, Wind-street, Swansea. 1662 f?OR SALE, a Cottage Piano; almost new; X. cost £ 15; will sell for- £ 10 cash.—.XT, ".0.. South Wa es Daily Post Office. HU'h- stroi SwiUissa. 9020 JjlANO (now), iron frame, walnut ca^e, in-j 1. eiscd gilt panel front und sconces, bracked trusses, and trichord full corapass, only 20 guineas, pa\able Lit lis. 6d. per ntcnth. -Thompson aua Shackell, Limited, Castle- street. Swansea. [1710 THE monthly payments are so low that 1 there need be no home without a Piano, Organ, or Harmonium. Ail instruments guaranteed, tuned, und delivered free to any part. The largest Pianoforte Dealers in the Kingdom, Write for price lists and pbctos. Note the address-Thompson and Shackell. Limited, Castle-street, Swansea. [1710 I)i \NO, Upright Grand, hy Morningtou and Weeion, London, £ 18 18s., or 10s. 6d. per month ea-y pryments cost double.— Thompson and Shackell, Li mi ted ,Cast!e-gtreet. Swansen. [1?1C' i^iANO,—Our 24-guin. j. Pinno is lha best Jl value ever offored; metal frame, trichord, or 11"1:1 pin-plate, chcc;, action wonderful vakie; 14s. per month; easy payments.— Thompson and S^acke! Limited, Casi'le- strect, Swansea. [1710 ~PUBL1 (:.VTIG2^; rpHE YOUNG WAl.ES MOVEMENT. JL 'JCYi'KU FYI>D If "ifila and Objects." By W. I.lkw'l't^n WnxiAWs, B.A., dedi- cated |iy j e mission to the EihL lion. W. Eo GlndsVone, M.P. Single Copies 1d. euch 9d. per. dozen.—Sole Agent for the Swansea and Duffryn Tow v D cc up iayo, 17. (' %Lriton-terrace. Sw aae. I I _M ISCELLANEOUS. RTfrlVT ? ^ie. Swansea Branch of the Dtvjrj.\ • National Union of Shop Assistants and Clerks is now established, %nd all shop and office workers are earnestly ¡. invited to join, Sick and out-of-employment benefits provided. Meetings every Tuesday •'■chtat 8.30, iu the Temperance Hal!. Com- municate at once with the Hon. See., J. Rees, 17, Park-street, Swansea. s/l l -JARESSCUTTING and Dressmaking Claases B J—' will shortly commence in Swansea, con- ducted by Madame Lowther-Kuight, on the ducted by Madame Lowther-Kuight, on the European Hygienic System of cutting out, under Royal Patronage; renowned eiery- where for simplicity and lit. Each pupil guaranteed success. Every kind of Juglice and skirt taught; also ladies and children's jackets, dressing gowns, &c. Fees and par- f"icuiars on application. Address The Cardiff School of Dresscutting, 18, Church-street. 1 [972a 0,000 Feet good Ash and Oak Planking, imi HiD. to 4m.; also 1,000 Dressed good Spokes.—Lewis, Timber Merchant, Ponty- priùd. 11.931 LADIES requiring Home Employment send .Lj aL once addressed envelope to Manageress, 81, Seatord Road, Tottenham, 12s. ed. to 15s. weekly easily earned. [964a WESTON SUPER MARE PROPERTY VY REGISTER (largest published), with Map, Views, and Description of Town, free. — Norton, Son, and Lalonde. House Agents, Weston-super-Mare. 1/41 MEET-MAN, 154, Western-street, SWa.n- • sea. Best Prie" given for Cast-off Gents', Ladies', and Children's Clothes A Families waited upon by appointment. [163 r BENJAMIN, Saddler, Portland- • street. — The only shop in Swansea where you can get good 11 cme-made Harness nt Reasonable Prices, A trial solicited. LL, & T. BULL.IN, Heathfield Mews Fureral Carriages, Bral-es. occ. Cabs always ready. Telegrams, Buílin," Tele- I phone, 65. d32 rmmense Stock of Household Furniture, Bedsteads, Beds, aud Bedding, at GUE:') Cooa-s, Waterloo Furnishing Stores, I Swansea. I THIRST-CLASS Dress and Mantle making. Miss Lloyd, Mount Pleasant House. Mount Pleasant, Swansoaw FOR all kinds of Furniture. Musical Instru- ments, Strings and Fittings, call or write to J. Stacey, 73, Martin-street, Ai orris ton. [a9 The 'ocst piace in tho town for new and second-hand furniture of every descrip- tion is at UU,ES COOK'S,Waterloo Furnishing I Stores. Swansea. 1633 MKOE & CO., 15, Heathtieid-street, Saddlers and I-larnoss Makern. All hand-sov.n orders punctually attended to. i /\U NTN"E BITTERS, Secoxd to None. 0i (r;rocers, 24 doses, Is., or £ d. instead of ad. Post free, Is. Id.; Six, 5s. 6d, —Gamgee, Swansea, -GAMGEE, Swansea, MARQUEES, Tenta, Flags on Hire. Eis- if-L teddfodau, Shows, &c. Waggon Covers, Rick-cloths, and ail canvas goods made to order.—Jonathan Jones. Swansea. [867a rpOBACC'ONISTS Commencing. — lllus. 1 Guide -260 pages), 3d. Tobacconists' Co., 186, Euston-road, London. Shop fitters for all trades. Estimates Free. Established 1366. [1761 O20—Tobacconists (commencing;. Write for Hid. Guide (2€0 pages), 3d. Howto open a Cigar Store, fforn £ 20 to £ 2.COO. Tobacconists' OutfittingCo., 186, Eustoc-road. London. N.B.— Shop litters and show-rase makers for all trades. Estimates free Manager, IIy. Myers. Established 1866. [1761 FM PO R T AN T.WEIG IFTS AN1> I MEASURES ACT, 18i9. Allltinds v. Coilicry and other Weighbridges, Pit Bant and Tram Machines, kept in vioper order bv contract. Estimates tree. Distance nc object. Repairs in all bianc-hes by com- petent wotk:Ht r.—The Old Firm, Estb. 1820. j'aknai.T: & Sons. 12, Alexandra-read. Swansea. TMPORTANT.-Par^axl a?jd Soxk, Lrr»., J. 12, Alex:>ndra-road, 8v.ansea. uavmg pur- chased the business lately e.'rrie i on bv Mr. I E. lies, of Plymouth and Nelson-streets, Swansea, are now prepared to offer the whole of ;he stock at a great reduction in price. I Repairs to all kinds of Scales and Weighing I Machines. Work done bv contract. Estimates I Free. [1680 j; A STERN A STRO LOGY.-Consult Pro- j Ij feasor Lanco, 174, Cemetery road, Shef- field, before Marriage, Speculation, or Re- moval; feen trom Is.; 5s. (tidvised) important cases; past events stated. Mention thit: I paper. 965a [,F.I.C; woltks. complet _jl\_ coloured plates; genuine edition 30 stamps, "Pans by Nigkt, or Gav life in Paris'" (illustrated), 30 stamps, post frce.- E. Bowker. 27, Il^nshaw-street, Live-prol. Letablishfcd 1133. Patronise the OJJ j-. = í l'j I I MOriY. I — /l2,000 to be Lent on lifrst-elass secui-itiea at 30 4 per cent.,—Apply to James and James, auctioneers, Gower-etreet, Swansea, [1725 ¡ C* 2,000, £ l,200, £ 4c0 and£800 to be Lent upon first-c'ass securities, with ample margin at 4 percent.—Apply to James and James. J1725| "jl f ONE Y.—If you Want Money, call or write, iu. to J. S., 73, Martin-street, Morriston. Strictly private.. MONEY lent on Plate, Watohes, Jewellery, &c., at the rate of 4d. in the £ 1 per month. No ether charges.—H. Barnrtt, 6, Heathfield-street. 36d MEig'jia. JOHN F. BARVEV and Co., M Ahcti^eerBj .(^oat-street, Swansea, I Have Money to Advance on Freehold, Lease- bold, and Personal SeeuritY, Furniture, &c., Warehoused and Advances Made Thereon. MESSRS. JAMES and JAMES, Gower- 1 street, Swansea, are prepared to under- take mortgages upon sound freehold and leasehold investments. Send particulars of requirements. [1726 TO Lend on Freehold or Leasehold pro- perties in Swansea, sums of £ 100 to £ I,C00 at customary mortgage interest.— £ I,C00 at customary mortgage interest.- Apply to Messrs. John F. Harvey and Company, Auctioneers, &c., Commercial Chambers, Goat-street, Swansea. [1738 MONEY TO LEND to Farmers, Trades- men, and others, in town or country, at 4i per coot. per annum, in sums from E96 to £ i,000, upon personal security, for term of years to suit borrowers; money upon Mort- 3i per cent.—Mr. Wood, 56, Tasuian- road, Stock well, S.W., London. 177 LOST AND FOUND. KOOCH—Lost OR Saturday between Ba." View-crescent, the Swansea Sands, and St. Helen's-road, a Gold Brooch of chain de- sign. Finder will be suitably rewarded upc-i returning to owner.—Apply D., Daily Pout Office, 211, High-street. 901n 11NCLAIMED ai G.W.R. Station,- High- i J street, since Saturday night last, a Do?. If not fetched away by owner before Thurs- day night will be sold to defray exponses.— 1 Apply to Station Master. 968 il,IISCELLANF,OU$ WANTR. £ 15.—Lady requires Private Advance of this amount until the middle of Septem- í ber. Wi'l transfer valuable portable property I to responsible lender until repayment, aud give four Pounds interest for the obligation. Address, 973a, Daily Post, High-sreet, I Swansea. _[973A PARTNER Wanted, with from £ 30, sleeping or active; management of cash and books if desired. —Rogers, Post-office. Cadex. ton. 908 RHONDDA Railway Debenture Stock 1-1 Allotments. Wanted to purchase any of above.-—State lowest price at once to "Purchaser," Daily Post Office, Swansea. 693 MATRIMONIAL. A RE you about to get married? If so xV. call and see our Wedding Cakes. The largest assortment in town. WILLIAM8, COLLEGE-STREET. 870a [FMAIIRIED, cr about to Marry, either L sex, send stampod directed envelope for invaluable information that you want to know; state age, and mention this paper.-J. H. Johnson, 47, Henenge-street, Birmingham. 972a TRADE~SPECIALIT1E^ ASCOE AND CO., 211, Kensington- I P terrace tor best. Ffa'dau and all other I House Coal delivered at the lowest prices. Trial solicited. d64 TTALL & Co., 2, Moral-street Best I Lnrge FfaJdau. Oriental, Rhocdda House Coal, Nut and Pea, Anthracite or I and Greenhouses. dbl 0» TTTELCOME" "OXFORD" and W "LIFEBOAT," supply food of lest quality at moderate charges. Picnic aid tchools ordered for, inquire of Managers. C. EDDPRSHAW, Manufacturing 't Cabinet Maker, Upholsterer, and Com- plt^ House Furuishor, 19, High-street. Speciality :—Kitcheu Dressers. QADDIjERY COMPANY, Alexandra-road' Speciality Kitcheu Dressers. QADDIjERY COMPANY, Alexandra-road' O Sw.Liseu. — I.arg- at Stock Hand-sewn tiarne. in Wales; half Saddlers' Prices; Lidinz feathiies. fitted up complete, 25s. ai)56 I THE LARGEST SELECTION OF j-^OCAL pHOTOGRAPHS To be obttvined at ALFRED R. WAYANDCa 4, WIND STREET, SWANSEA. The Best Shilling Album of the District. I fl735 f EXCURSIONS. London and north western RAILWAY. ONE or THREE-DAY THlP to LIVERPOOL, or BSLLEVUE CtAUDKNS, MANCHESTKH. Al*. SATURDAY to MONDAY at the ISLE OF MAN. On FRIDAY NIGHT. September 7tii. 1894, an KXPKKSS EXCU'-SIOX v.-ill be run to LIVKKPOOI. and MANCHESTEIi (Longsieht), via the shortest and mostdii-ect'voute, from the SatiQnli ilimed below, at the times stated :— SWANSEA (Victoria Station) 10.30 p.m. Swansea Bay .IJSop.m. Gowerton 10.63 p.m. For full particulars see Small Bills. Any inforuiati '.i regarding the Excursion may be obtained of Mr. F. Smith, District Traffic Superinten- dent; Swansea, or from any of the Stations naraea on the Bills. FRED. HATtRI SON, General Manager. Eustcn Station, September, 1894, [1814 P* 'OCKiill' S BRISTOL CHAJjUJBl*$T £ AM PACKET..€»., M*J. PLKAS0RS 8PUCSDID SA.ILXSG.S PASSKXUES OF THE STEAMSHIPS "BRIGHTON" AND "VELINDRA (Weather and other circumstances permitting) From SWANSEA to ILFltACOMBK CLOVELLY, LUNDY ISLAND. LYNMOUTH, &C. Thdesuav, Seltember 6th (Brighton) at 8, a,m.. to lLF«ACOMEBanu Lvxmovth. Le.«v-ing Lynmouth at 4.30 p. m., and I I fmcombe at. 6 p.m. (Vellr.Jra) at 8 a.m., Good Templars and Total Abstinence Society's Excursion to Ilfraeombe. 1'kIi.a v, SepUirilwr 7th (Brighton), at 8.15 a.m., to Ilfkacombh and Texby. Lea ving Tenby at 4.0 p.m.. and Iifracomb.' at 7.0 p.m. Satubdai, September 8th (Brighton), at 9.15 a.m., to IlfraCombA, Clovkllt and Lundy. Leaving Lundv at 4.0 p.m., Clovelly at 5.0 p.m., and I'fra- combe at 8,0. tVelinura) at 2.3) p.m.. Cheap Half-day Trip to Ir.>RACOMPE, ivturnii);; in the Brighton at 8.0 AuaSATUHCAV to Monday Trip. Leavir.^ Ilfraeombe on Monday, at8.0 a.m.or 2.30 p.m. Ju-kacombk Kxcumsios Fares;— 0;,u Day—Best. Cabin, 3s. 6d. Fore Cabin, 2s. 6d Ju-kacombk Kxcumsios Fares;— OUtO Day—Best. Cabin, 3s. 6d.; Fore Cabin, 2s. 6d Saturday u) Monday—Beet Cahiii, 5s. 6d.; iore Cabin, 3s. 6d. Ordinary Fues-Single Best CaHin, 4s. Ed. Fore Cabin.3s. Iteturn Available for Oue Month, Best Clibin. 7s.; Fore Cabin, 5s. lixcursicii Fares to Clovellv, Lynmouth, and Lundy IsJalld-Best Cabin, 4s. 6d. foil- Cabin, 6s. óll, Skaso>- Tickets, £ i IS. Befreshmtnts can be bAd on hoard. [1530 INI A R I NEE X CUR S ION S (f, r,Y TitK ■: Si LOON 'i' favoceitk t3lh' r ktjeamf.r A L E X A N D R A (Captain Thomas, Cominande:}, winl and other circumstances permitting. I Tuesday, September 4th, 7 30 a.m.—Il>hacombe and Clovklly. Leaving Clovelly 4 p.m.: Ilfraeombe, 6 p.m. Y/edxesday. September 5th, 7.30 a.m.—lLFRA- C"MBy. and LY'IWl'IJl- Leaving Lynmouth 4 p.m., ilfraeombe 6 p.m. Thursday. Septembei 6.h. at 7.30 a.m., to Ilfra- COMiiS and Uw>vku,y.—Leaving Clovehy 4.0 p.m.. 11 fracombc 6.0 p.m. Fbiday, september 7th, at M a.m., to iLFTtt.COMnE and Cjlovklly,— Leaving Clovel!y4.0 p.m.,Ilfraeombe 7.30 p.m. SatuivDay, Seniember 3th, at 9i0 a.m., to Ii.fka- ooMBfiand Ly .vxbi th .—Leaving Lyn .i.outh 5,0p.m., Ilfraeombe at 7.30 p.in. SuxDAY, Septcmb<f! 3th, at 11,0 a.m., Channel CltfiSi.—Fares, is. and 6d. Return Fares — Ilfraeombe, 3s. (ku and 2s. & l-ynmouth or Ciove'.ly, 4s.C-d. and 3s. 6d. Searon Tickets, £1 Is. Tickets and Refreshments may be obtained on Board. Please cross the bridge at Glo'ster-plaee for the Alexandra V/Uarf, West Pier. Fuii particulars may be had of Mr. Charles Stuck.- Otnces, 10, Goat-street. Swansea. 1431 HOCKETT'S BRISTOL CHANNEL 1 STEAM PACKET COMPANY, LTD. Q P E C I. A L EVENING QRUISE I LY THE SALOON PASSENGER STEAMSHIP BRIGHTON, The Largest, Finest Sea-going Steamer in the Bristol Channel, on THUHSDA Y, SEPT. 6th, at 8.0 p.m. FARES, 1/6 S: 1/ ELECTRIC LIGHT EVERYWHERE. CHOICE MUSIC. CHANNEL CRUISE, I SUNDAY, "SEPT. Pti', at 11.0 A.M. fares, y- & ea, Reireshmci.ts of all kinds supplied on Board. I BOOK BARGAINS. I LOOK BARGAINS. GO TO R. C. M00RB- 11, ALEXANDRA ARCADE, FOR BARGAINS, Universally admitted to be the Cheapes Bcoijseller in Swansea. | BOOKS BOUGHT. BOOKS FOUND. SALES BY AUCTION. BY MESSRS. JAMES & JAMES. JAMES AND JAMES, Auctioneers, Valuers, House, Estate, and Insurance Agents, GOWER-STREET, SWANSEA, and at 11. BOND-COURT, LONDON. Personal and Prompt Attention given to all matters entrusted to them, GORSEINON. S-Ie of an Unfinished Shop and DweUing boueea. JAMBS & JAMES are favoured with instructions ej to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, on MONDAY, September 10th, 1894, at the Wost htid Hotel, Gorseinon (subject to such Conditions of Nile as shall then and there be produced), the following unfinished BUILDINGS:— All that Shop and Dwelling-house situate in Albion- road (near Mr. Griflithg's Grocer's Shop, Gorseinon;, now in course of erection, and in an unfinished state, together with Two Houses partly built adjoining. The shop and one dwelling house are under cover. with all the partitions built up, and alt the door and window frames ready-made and on the premises, while the floor joists art-also fixed. The two ho-ases adjoining are built up to the joists all louud except the front walls. There is sufficient material, however, on the ground to complete these front watts and parti- ions. The houses, which are under cover, are well-built. having wb te brick trout walls- and good stone, sills. All the houses are intended tor seven roomed premises, aud have a frontage of 16 feet v.ich. The four houses are held, together with sufficient ground to erect three adJHioual houses. an underlease for 99 years, less the Inet three day- thereof, from StptcmLer 29th, læ6. at a total groum; rtnt of£9 55..aId will be sold as they stand in one lot. N.B.— The Auctioneers bey to call the special atten- tion of builders, speculators, and others to this pro- perty as one affording an easy way of making a good and safe investment. Now that the MeKinley tariff hus been removed, the tin-plate industry is bound to experience a period of great prosperity forthwith, and Gorseinon in jiartieular will be among the first Gorseinon in jiartieular will be among the first placts to benefit from the improved ti-ade. Sale to commence promptly at 7.30 o'clock in the evening. For further pai ticular.- apply to T W. James, Esq., Solicitor, Goat-street, Swansea; it to the Auctioneers, at liiiii Offices. Gower street and Dynevor-place, S \I:e:1. BY MRT \V! X re ES G LA M OR G A N SHIR E. MR. W. J. REES has been favoured with instructions from H. N. Mierg, Esq., to OFFER for SALE by AUCTION at the I MacKIYorth Hotel, Swansea, on Friday, the 7ch day of September. 1894, at 2 o'clock p.m. precisely, the undermentioned valuable FREEHOLD FARMS, ACCOMMODATION LANDS, AND BUILDING SITES. situate at and near CLYDACH. SWANSEA V ALLEY. within one mile from Glt.is Ituilway Station (Midl:*n.i Railway), and six miles from the important town of Swansea, containing about52)acres, being aporticn ot the well-known YNISPEXLL iVCH ESTATE which wil! lw offered in the following or such other Lots as may be determined PARTICCXAKS. Rents Lois. Description. actua' » A. k. r. e.,t,irlill.ed Lqni 110 10 0 2— PKNYBANC FARM 36 2 23 4) 0 ( 3—Building Plot 3 0 0 2 0 0 4-Building Land 3 0 25 200 5—Buik'ingf Land 3 2 30 200 6—Building Lmd 220 2 M 0 7-Building laiii 3 0 10 2 10 0 S-Freehold Building Land 3 2 23 8 0 0 J 9—Accommodation Lund 17 2 0 15 0 C 10—Field (in hand) 1 0 15 11—Accommodate .il Land 10 1 27 6 0 0 12—TYGWYN FARM 43 3 IS 44 10 0 13—DANYCOED FARM 42 1 13 40 0 £ 14—GELLYONEN 1SHA FARM 7" 023 70 0 C 15—Land atui Ww:taa;t» -•-••'18-2 ——— 16-Ficl:1 and Woodland 2 3 1 1 0 ( 17—GELLYONEN -GiiNOLFARM 45 135 44 0 t FARM 51 013 54 0 0 19-PLASXNWYUDFAHM 44 2 13 42 0 C a—Meadow near ditto 1 1 12 ——— 21-Spa lfotel 1 013 10 0 C U-GRAIG TREBAYOS FALUI 58 0 24 34 0 0 23—Ynisfach Mea»low 0so 5 5 C 24-GWRACHYLLWYAAU FARM^ p t 23325c 25—Orass Land- 4 1 4 1 10 0 26-Accommodation Land 4 10 4 C ( 27 -Aecomniodation L;n.1 4 110 6 o C 28—Accommodation Land 603 5-0 ( Zj-Acconlmodatiul1 Lan¡1 3 2 10 5 1 ( j 3C—Accommodation Land 2 2 8 2 10 0 Particulars, Plans, and Conditions of Sale may be obtained on application to either— THOS WILLIAMS, Esq., Solicitor. Neath; OSBORNE SHEPPARD, ESQ.. Land Agent, Netth; or W. J. nEES. Auctioneer, Swansea. -+-* PUBLIC NOTICES. ^IdALIPHANT, DECEASED. FOR SALE bv PRIVATE CONTRACT, the old-established Stationery, Book- binding, aud Printing business of ti e late Mr. Henry Maliphant. carried on by Lint &t. Castle-square, Swansea, for the last 30 years. Further parteiii*rs to be obtained oi Messrs. F. Harvey and Co.. Lower Goat- street, Swansea, auctioneers, or to Mr. David Seline, solicitor, 11, Fisher-itreot, Swar.so?,. 181b] O WAN SEA WORKING MEN1.-} CLUB O AND INSTITUTE CiiRYSANTiiE- MUM SOCIETY. The EXHIBITION will take place on the 15th and loth NOVEMBER, instead -t the Sth and 9th. Schedules, (fee., willshortiy be ready. (lfiQl scholastic! A RNOLD COLT.EGE, WOODLAND J\_ TERRACE, SWANSEA. PRINCIPAL :-MR. J. P. LONG. JfEXT TERM BEGINS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER lOur. NORMAL COLLEGE, CONSTITUTION iN HILL. PRINCIPAL :-MK. EMERY, IhnD Mapteb: HEV. GEORGE EMERY (B.A. Lond., B.Mua. Oxon.). Next Term b gins TUESDAY. Seit. 11. 1737 n 0 R T H C AWL COLLEGE. Principal—Rev. E. J. NEWELL, M.A. Successes at Glasgow University. Cardiff, Lampeter, &o. Keinnrfeable health results. TERM BEGINS SEPTEMBER 11 [175S SHORTHAND, Arithmetic, Book-keeping, &c., taught at the Navigation Schooi, 9, Mansel-street, by Air. DAVID HARRIS. F.Sh.S. 1033 I TEETH \T E £ TH Mr. A. C. HOP SON SURGEON DENTIST, y '2, DYNEVOR PLACE, SWANSEA 'OPrOSI'i'E NEW HIGHTIH GHADE SCHOOL 25 Years' Expdiencc-13 as dentist wit Keall. Swansea. I Painless Extractions with Ua3 and Eth-r Spray. Best Workmanship, Material, and Fie guaranteed. t High-class Work from 5e. per Tooth/ At home daily from 10 until 7. j All Consultations Free. j TEETiX. Aw;r\\ I Buy a pound and try it yourseif. The preot 'I of the cake is in the eating, I IN" I I L I -?i .-S COLLEGE STREET, ,II THE wedolvg CAKE SHOP. I! THE EMPIRE PALACE OF VARIETIES. I Musical Conductor H. Hulitt. Acting Maiager and Treasurer Albkbx MITCHELL. HIGH STREET, SWANSEA. I MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 3nn. 1894. AND DURING THE WEEK. DUTCH DALY, The man who can talk laughter out of every rib in anybody's body. JAPA AND JAPO, The Japanese Wonders on one wire. ROSE HAMILTON, A nice girl, pleasant vocalist, and admirable I dancer. One of the best. THE COSTER GIRL— KATE CARNEY. I GAEKTNER AND RICHARDS, The Renowned Continent;1 Musical Eccen- tric Clownf. SI ST E !IS WESTON, Two Clever and Charming Artie'iss. BARCLAY AND PElUwNS. Comedians, Yocjalibts, mi Lancers. "The Modern Carries Mathews," CHAR L E S C-O i-LETTE, My Awful Dlid." Next Week—Another Remarkable Programme — REZENE and ROiL.NI. JAMES CURRAN, DARNLEY BROS., And others of equal ability and reputation. Watch! Two Performances Nightly. Early one 7 to 9, Late one 9 to 11. Doors open 6.30 and 8.30. Prices o £ Admission—Private Boxes. 7s. 6d. (Single seats, 2s.); Stalls. Is.; Balcony, 6d.: Pit, 4d.; Gallery, 2d. THE SOUTH WALES POST NEWSPAPER Co., LIMITED. Incorporated under the Companies' Acts. !862 to 18;2, whereby the liability of the Shareholders is limited to the urnount of their Shares CAPITAL £10.000. To be Divide into 2.0(0 Shares o' £ 5 each, ali of which are offered to the Public for Subscription. Tho Shares to be payable £ 1 on Application. I in on Allotment; the Balance to be payable by Calls of 10s. per Share -it intervals of not less than Three Months. DtRECTOKS: SIR JOHN TAL130T DILLWYN LLEWELYN, B/rt., Peullergaer, Swansea, Chairman. R. &. LINDLEY, Esq., Ffynone, Swansea. Vice-Chairman. JOSEPH HALL, Esq.. Crosvenor House, Swansea. W. H. P. JENKINS, Eôq., Baglan House, Br ton Fcrrv. (With power to add to their number.) The three Urst-named gentlemen wi.I join the Board after Allotment. SOLTCITOX: T. W. JAM EH, K.q., Go tt-strect, Swansea, B AN-S:Its': The GLAMORGANSHIRE BANKING Co. Ltd., Swansea. AUPIXOK R. G. CAWKER, Esq., F.C.A., Temple-sLreet Swanspn. Skcrktary (lH'O tern."): C. H. CAWKER, Esq., A.C.A., Temple-street Swansea. OFFICiE No. 211, Hight-strect, Swansea. PROSPECTUS. This Company has been formed for the purpose of taking over and publishing at Swansea, in the interests of the Conservative and Unionist party, two newspapers, viz., an Evening Daiiy Paper called the "SOUTH WALES DAILY POST,' anti a weekly paper called the SOI TH NVALE; WEEKLY POST," which were established about 18 months ago, and have hitherto been carried on in the mtei esta of the Liberal Party. It is proposed to acquire a valuable lease I of premises of considerable extent in the best part of High-street, Swansea, containing the Editorial, Printing, and Pab ishing Offices of the Papers, and a Jobbing Printer's Business, the copyright of the papers, the goodwill of the business, as a going concern, together with the whole of the machinery, presses, plant, and type, at th*> low price oi JCl.OOO. The extreme desiralilily of having a high- class newspaper expressing Constitutional and Unionist principles in Swansea end the I immediate neighbourhood has long been I k- en y felt, and the Directors believe that thoir present action will supply this want. I A General Parliamentary election, to take I place at, perhaps, a very early date, is ex- pected on ali i a.nds, and it is not unhkaly that in consequence 0: the attack upon the Church the Welsh constituencies will he more generally and more keenly fought than isns recently been the case. If tLis be done a high-class paper, advocating the principle* j expounded bv the Conservative and Unionist Candidates, and giving greater prominence too their addresses than can be expectod from j newspapers published m the interest-, of t air opponents, will ba most useful in cairytng tlicm to the homes of the electors, an 1 n) ty liecome a material factor in ensuring the success of the candidates and their c".u c. î The large population of Swansea -nd the .mmed:ate neighbourhood is Rmply sufficient to support a d:tily evening p iper. The ex- perience of the late proprietors has been that fcl-e people of the Western portions oi Glamorganshire ond of the Eastern parts of Carmarthenshire (as well as Swansea proper) arc ready to read the weekly paper which has contained the articles ot news that appeared in the d-tily issues, with tw j or ttiree columns of original matter in Welsh. It is proposed to make the Welsh columns an important fcature and an attractive element in the weekly issuse. I The Directors l ave already secured the services of an efficient staff in order to I ensure the popularity and success of the papers. Two Contracts have b en entered Into: I' An Agreement, dated the 33th d.iv of July, 1894, for the sale of the said I. Business, a" t ma:1; between Sir John Talbot Dillwyn Llewelyn, Joseph Kail, Robert S. Lindiey, William John Rees, I' James Allan Smith, and Thomas William James 0, the one uart, and I Charles Henry Cawkcr on behalf of the Comuany of the other part. An Agreement, dated the 30th day of July, 1S94, and made bet v. ecu the saia I f-ir John Tulboi DIIwyu LIoweLn, Joseph Hall, Roberts. Lindvj, William John Rees, James Allan Smith, and I Thomas Wiiliam-James.>f the onepr.rt, and David Davict* of the other part, being the appointment ot the sari!' David D:V:C3 ItS Editor and Manager of the said Newspapers. It is anticipated that the issue of the even- ing paper will go on have a largely increased circulation. Aprri. from the undertaking of bringing out tho newspap*ro, the Dlrecto:6 are assured and be'ievu thai a large bu&.noss may be done as general printers, and they J ha~ e reason to hone that tit an ceti,:y pericd the enterprise wilt be remunerative, anu that I' tin' shares will be materially above par value. It 's provided in the Articles o. Associa- tion tb:>t the Directors shall not receive remuneration ia any year uittii a dividend of ¡ 5 per cent. has been paid upon the Ordinary Shares. If no.aUotment be made the deposit wiii be returned in full, and where a less number of shares is llottert tlisn applied for, the sur- plus will be credited in reduction of the unoun't payable oa allotment. [ JpURNiTURS j^URNITURE jpUBNlTUKK HIRE PURCHASE SYSTiiAi. TERMS £ 3 w le, 6d. per week. £ 5 2s. Od. „ £ 10 „ 3s. 6d. „ S-20 „ Qs. Od. It £30 7s. 6d. £50 12s. 61. Immense Stock t# tpieot from. Ouly small deposit required. SFAiClALl i'E in SUITES at AW 6.1- All Goods Delivered Frea. P. FREEDMAN & CO.. E:4, HIGH STREET, SWANSEA OXHS.B. BltANUUKJ NEWPORT (MON,), 1, 2, 3 & 4, MARKET U t ILDjLN GS. NEW TREDEGAR. ELLIOTSTOWN aad b2 NEW P1NSTONE, SHEFFIELD. & THE LLANELLY BREWERY. BUCKLEY BROS., BREWERS, MALSTERS, WINE; AND SPIRIT IMPORTERS, MINERAL WATER MANUFACTURERS AND BREWERS OF HOP RITTERb. PRICE LIST OS APPLICATION. Agencies:— Tenby, Newcastle-Emlyn, Llandyssil, Cat% marthen, St. C!ears, Ammanford, and Maesteg. Agents wanted where not already appointed. ) 253, CARMARTHEN-ROAD. j I Zrk, OARMAIITHKN-UOAP. Established, 1331. i WM, P II I L L I P S UNDERTAKER, \ND COMPLETE FUNiiRAL Ft ItNISJfER. 33. Ave.! 34, Singleton-terrace. 253, Curircthen-ro.id. Telephone 173. Price List on 160oj Application I Aba, (_ AJtlUARTH*'Jf-ROAli. 258, CARMAKTHEK.UOAD. I SPECIAL TO -FOOTBALL pLAYERS, pLUBS. AND QCHOOLS. PinLIP JENKINS Is now prepared with all the Latest NOVELTIES, DESIGNS, & COLOURS lliil JERSEYS. CA PS, KNICKERS, HOSE, A- BELTS. SPECIAL TEJ" .-•?? for LARGE QUAN • .TIES. Samples and Px-ic.-s on Application. SPECIALITY IN GYMNASTIC OUTFITS. 5, CASTLE SQUARE. SWANSEA. 23, H L G II STREET AND 21, UNION STREET, SWANSEA. LUNCHEON AND TEA AND COFFEE ROOMS MODERATE CHARGES. D. RICHARDS, ,í i