tHE GOVERNMENTS POLICY. IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. XLe We*i~unjst4r Gazette says the Cj-OTera- K«vt has definitely decided, after the aeries eI Cabinet Ceuneila of the last week or two, to adopt the policy which has ooiaa iO be known by the phrase stM Fillies up tàe Cnp." Is support of this statement they publish tbfc fellow u>g letter from Mr. Q. S'naw-Lefi-vrre: Sir,—With reference to 7oar comparison the reporia ei Lord Rip«n s ape^on last ai*fct and aoy *w», I will wi war permis- aioa to say that the appatrent discrepancy is due to the omiaion by fee reporter of sosie Metences oi miav. The whele drift of my speech at Cirencester was that the Govern- 104*1 has still a oee&toa before it is wbieh to complete, sp f'M- <m lies with it and. the Hooae .r Cwcaioas, the work prow) sed at tbe last geanral election," the nai— aiiwspa^e" adds, w The tleoii'ion ef iim OortroiaMt ia. then, to make next session .kitt,808. So far M lie* with it and ,,1t1a taG Souse of Common*, the Government wilt proeeed with the svork promised it the last general election, aad with fcbo fuiiihaent ef its mandate from late country. Before the OHMiCB ends the reeatutMB an the snbject ef the House of Lords wiH be prcpeead, and the appeal to the aonutry will be made at the Srat convenient opportuaiiy after thai resolution to cam«d. Saab is the programme of Ministers, iu creeotioa a**? !?*$.3ud, of! Mne, Oü the ebanees ef war it; tta Sa".te at CMMnow," J. _——
SWANSEA CHAMBER Of j COMMERCE. j ¡ MONTHLY MEETING. I VOTE OF CONDOLENCE WITH j LADY SWANSEA. j I The atonthlY meeting of thil chamber was ""1 at the Guild-hail en Friday afternoon, 1 Mr. R. D. Burnie. M.P., in the chair. The I 5aliewmg members mere also present:— | Hasan. J. R. Leaver, W.T. FMf, D. Lv*us, A- Naarup, H. W. Williami. M.. Kccbe, C. ■Wateor, R. J. Matthew*, G. E. Cook, T. T«ratt», and C. Fowljujda. Mr. "i. 1). lirKWi*, MJ\, on rising; said f Within the lartt few days Lord Swansea 1>^8 passed away from »aoogst as, and we <lkk not pre|KM« >o-day to proceed io My bKsi^esa more than to taVe toe j eppèlriocíty to express the great lOlls .e have eatv fjerd Swansea's death, aDd to e8ílv;c.J ear sympathy too Lady iiwan- i sea and the real of the faa^iiy. j It would b« TKnaeceeeary for f art *e do more thaa gi»see at the lOSS ii>at! •we have sustained as a Chamber of ( oasweree. We htrve had a* ewr head w,e first eomserciai malt m the tocaJity. (Hear. j bear).. Thwre is no dènM aborts it. i I deo t think I sbouid he jjoing oot my way j if I described Lord 8w»*eea as xsa ti £ »*,T tilT swanska ibe shief holwark of our trade aod cercmiejrae. Be baas over .1Id over .pill oo&sted %hai.' -.0.. was first cewoMahMt with the harbour trust the revenue reached only about £ 3,300, j fcat he had Lved twag eaoc^h iu see it ria« to abeet MidDrCGQ er £13C,0(¡ü W. know j tkai, erery great commercial progreeaiTe I f&esnrrc has beea pioceeted by hire, e1)- I couraged ADd supported by htmand al- I though perhaps he did not aUaai to any g.on. extent ,1,,6 Chamber of Cemaoeroe racetiD^i he was always ao iatpttoa in our movement! (Hear, hear.) Cooaraerce regrets ^ua, eduction, wetailurgy, agneoftare and j labour regrets him—la fact almost e^er?- tbiog ia ear tOCial ttfe. AN a j<is. emptoyM* of labour in oar midst hi has ;zon*i I yiroogh time* of ^^presaKMi aad of prosperity, and he has always been to us, as J we Ukeci WIn best—bir iiaaacy ViTj^s—aad has ?Jways scaie forward to heip the trada sad prosperity of Swansea, of wcueh be always proad. I think wa could oot have a j Z.m £ vc iasiuiceof tun ftduju-ation of I 10\-E KK BIB FOR SWAS8*1 Mmb freBj the fact ttoat wbsa fe? was offeree! • iiile he a^cided to Lake Bwaosea as a title. !>&riag his uietune he has raceivea tributes of ackuowledgrnent from the trade and com- mer-fe in the loeaiity. There are Ten few men indeed, wfce, dwring their j ♦liet'm*' have s<€B the appreciation shown -ibsm that Lord .Swaoeea has. In Swansea J! ststae has been erected to him, aad be has I also iiftn madt) a freeman ot lhe j boroogit. '.at retrains for Swansea i to do ? 1 think there is one thieg SwansoA will io, n dotrg. bas dosw, aud will for mtmy i yotrf sko—th*t m utai we will remember him ID the ftineere depths of oar hearwi as vD6 of Sv*<swe»* 5011., ever willing to join in good wcrk of "very doscrfption ac<2 he'p ferwurd I the projraai asd prospwity of onr port. I 1 hhiak it is up—eoauary for 2ae te say msab iaore. All a CiMnnbor I of Cemmerce ■we rsgvet the loss we have su&- tained. Tae- resolution 1 had to propose i, Thai this Chamber de ires t. expmsa ise *[f»p a"rro;v at the iOtis Lkey have I MMwhmd in oommon wrth 'he whole tc^ u j ami neorbhevrbood by the death of its 1 resi- Aeat, liord, bwaasea, and to convey to Lad) S^vasMeaanU oiher meiohers of the fa.nailv iu j rio '^r* sympathy with "hem in iheir sudden fafireavetneofc. I 1ft. J. R. L*av SB (vire-pieaideo;} j seeooded, a&d in d<nag so said that he couid j a44 but «rj iitti* to whsU hs.-J b»-en said by I Mr. iiar*:«. He couid say tor aimaeli thuL heshonki miss Lerd Swan^e i very raaterisLiy 1 in batmen. It Wiui net every day i tbafc they eante into contact, but nh^a tht y j did h% always lound that he carried out t is > bosiness tr »a3aetioas im^perleeilv hooourahlo i aaJ bu«ii'i9ss-iike way. lie Wad sure tbey ah I felt Terr deeply tor Lady Swansea -oRthi. oecasioo. He sjneereiy joined the elia;r>'aaB iu3 s^prestioas by secondicg the resolution, and tfusWni thai .♦ might ? eo?!!foptto Lady Swansea tothi,>i how -• cu Star mnebaad had been appreciated n. tbe, iwm.9f £ sw«r.«*sa s-nu the louatry geoeralij j ¡;'¡: i^eoiunon .as carried in sdence, ihe I signifyiug the r ppiovaiby risicg ) f is their feei, f The CMArMtAN said th-tt they dida t ro- pose t. tiaoaaot Any bosine s; &nd the c&eet- I iag <h:'a terminated. i
— I tORD ROS8J.1N ON SPORT, j I VIGOROUS DENUNCIATION OF i HTUMBUti8. j la specicg a htzatr in Edinburgh on J Friday in aid of funds ef ihe Urange j Cricket Club Earl Rossiyn said there had j us: bear ?carted an Anti-gacihl'sg League which j aimed at overthrowing their pationai sport?, He asked thera to beiieve that there -ai& lesv gaBobiisg in uieket thai) iu any other sport, and Slid that when spovts and pasting were i threatened hy a bet af i^idibtB and an inter- I feriog lot of hum bogs, it was necessary fci- I KphoTders cf sport to whine for their own prcwectian. 1
A^SWA^SEA CHAFi.1, DIFFICULTY. I BJsiPOilTBD PROSPECTIVE SALE OF THE BUILDING. it iar»p«rted that cegotMttona have pro- eeeded up to a certain point for tlia sale ol bt. Jautes s Baptist Chape 1,8*. James's-street, I Smith, vicar of Swansea. ¡ 9u:ts ;g the chapel of which tbe Eev. W. Aiatander Pay bee me pastor tbr-t: I we*A^ a^o. The baildisg, it se?n>s, is ¡n4),tpged to Mr. Matbifis, srocer, of street, the at:;ount aliened to be due: to hjra for .nUresi, etc., heing stated at £ 728. The chapel has been closed, it is I uro.b1 Mr. Iffattiiaii; and we understay | ttiat tii.<* a^viees ai-e to be earned on at! thf. Tens per an Hall, Upon inquiry we are iaiorawd that &» saie has been completed. The buitdifif ia not intended to be used as a ptaee of warriiip.
..r.c. Hoas* Seoralarv has decided to iBmiiafco an «aq*urv iato Pei^y Lewis's case, 'j&jf cUd laSy, wbo vn et ',he ?ame age as the iate Loro Zmmne*, vat not deluded at her tziaI at wMeh she wac mcteaced to three ■Mirths' ad iabeT for eradty to her caw j jwd 30nte the Secrctr.rr's. ^ctiSA.
OUR FOOTBALL I COMPETITION. jjE6 5S. FOR A CORRECT TiP. I ONE GTHNEAT FOR THE I NEAREST. I We offer a prize of Y-5 5s. to the competitor who, <n the co *po;: given elow, wiii wadtw, on or before Saturday morning next, tha pre- eise scores in goaiu aad tries Lando in the i following matches. — (aj Swansea y. Lampeter College, at Swansea. j (b) Mcrristen y, Treorky, at Morristoa. | (c) iSeath v. Pontypridd, at Neath. (d) AJoeravon Y. i-craagebewa. (f) Li.'Wielly v. MuMiajr, atMos«ley. i i. a i vrx-Aizx OF. • tNo of j oil, I Agsi | Win^ j r. o, T. Pts. P A | h B i I ic- | i l; • i d- I j «• i | p Total I i A4drvg | rCeueuetitora mw-1. ÙR ever-9 t-e rasrk the' letters with the word ;>wii.i^t>o!5." Any num'oer of coupons may be &eut in single eavelope. ] NOTICE TO COMPETITORS. Four other eor.jp?titers—Meosrs. W. H. Good, -1, Fahian-streat, St. Thorcas, Swan- i sea it. Lee, 4, <■ opper Works-road; B. L Joaes. 19, Llevvellyn-street, and j Henry Every, Srynmor-road, Llanehv i -,have wrirt«sn us claiming that their j oonpons in flip matter of points came nearer tfie aciuai resuits than those of tne p^ze- takers. Of tbe four lir. K. J^e alone s-eaes to appreciate toe difficulties of our position, We must repeat that tbe testing of the coupons by reducing the scores to points was only applied to those vips selected as thf. best by reason of the closeness of the stores generally. Fi-opte* hare no idea or tbe labour involved ia dealing wni tbonsaa.ls of coupons. ^eve« mou were employed in j the work on Monday; it wa5 commenced at eieva" in iho mOrtun^, and not until 10.30 at night had they completed i.hs initial task of selecting the 500 best. And yet eoaapetitors wr; tp to as «U2gesting a fresh examination, as if iL souid he don« in Eye minutes, H we had j responded to the donro th-j waoie W"k would i ha7« bsen spen in bundling coupoits, as n, seoat-c won-d oat exawmatioo be 6nishe-i than anothar wouia have to begin, 'ihe meat; ouc-l ,ib->v«, for erazapie, did act reaefe us until Thursday, Last week Mr. J. L&uceck, Dafe»-road, Lliinelly, sent aw a cep) of a eoupon which seemed « j remarkably close to the actual results that t.) prevoat what si0H>ed an injustice thecoapeiHs were ro-eii*ni'oed at the expeatie of inhnite iabo!ir, W bat was the reauitSix coupcaa sent by him were diacaverei, includ- ing t.he o::e be unagined gave Penartb a win »;ftinst Cardiff. In point oi fact it gqve a draw of one try each, but the competitor bad forgotten the try given to Cardiff. Tbe original coupons were seat down to Mr. Maggs, oar publishe-at LiaAeli^ and Haneock WAS invited to call and so them. He did so and in due course wp rceeived fcae report :—" He called Dere on Saturday, saw | the coupons, and said it was his mistake." Now it would be hardly fair to expect us to risk a second > xpecianct of this kind. In future the character of tHe coupon wiii be altared, and a more siwi ie way of de- cridicg the wino^ii adopted. Eaeü <*<))«* j petilor will be invited to give the nuiiibtr o £ poiuis by which each match has oeen won. and the prize will be awarded to ) the peraon who gives tbe actual number in he ai^st cases. This will give lees seepe for the siiiferenee at opinion. Our sole desire is to give fair-play all reund, :„nd we truat that the new plan will seeare that end.
LOCAL GOVERNMENT INQUIRY AT SKEWEN. At Skew«n on Inursday, Colonel Coke, j inspector under the Lccal Government j Board, held an enquiry respecting fcti« appli- cation of the N-eath Rural Sanitary Aobbority 13 borro w £ L,45U for wutar extension and iucprovemeut. Ajmong those present were Messrs. A. S. Gardner chairman of the Kural Sanitary Authority) F. G. <-Ihb ns. .). N. Moore, C. S. Price, Isaac E»ai3..a<]d W. Howeii. I>uria^ tbo inquiry MrJ J. N. >fo>re pointed out that :.he arrangemen:s fcr er supply a*. Moretown wore poor, r.d, | owiox io the his;h pre^^urc, the pvpes fre- ^aectly burst, tie suggested all biieratioc whereby ihe pipes couid ue hud ihrocgu Mr. ) Price's fand, and proposed eomu«nts >tii. ■? the o-»u»r by pfeviding a w,t.¡- L-ia:n lot h.n. Ir, Price. however, obj«v' ed, and the in- sector took to note of the obieetiau.
EOYAF~6PEViA~HbubIi AT fc> VV AIsbi-A. j "CHARLEY'S A CNT." It is very dillicult to realise the mental condition of llie min who eonfec.aed he coutJ. see DO fun in Charte," ¡,. Aunt." Certainly it has rjctii'Bg in common wish the run of j tiieees that are in some thcatrat; iusfc -.iow the The word -'society" dcea coi once occir ut the dialogue, there it no attempt at nwst w;it»ng, no G :c«t Wiide ep'ranimalic j naradoates, no siOriiial r^iiectiaiiS of the Sydney Grundy type, necc.iestionaMe auggea- j tiocs, no JsO^niie ghoulishne^s. It is aimpiv a pure little comeoy, of a refined tyiL" Yet teeming be^inaiu- lo snd vrfth provoca- tivea to merriment: Mini, Jaken altogether, is probably the best modern f\eee of its class. The fa»3t that Mr. Penley, who pcreha.sad Mr. Brandon Thcxes Ohn a«itt-or'») rights. h»,= up te the present time netted the prodigies* sum of £ 90 000, i. a sufficient proof or its i,iimenss popularity—a pop .arity that even iiaellis stili to grow day by day. Mr. Erars. ot the Royal Opera I-IOUs- S«.v»n»ea, has laid ti;e playgoers ol tlio uj'.vn unaft a graat i obligation. No matter how vou are' be- j calmed in the doittrnms, Charley's Aur-t will bring you Qut of them. The cowp? ny, who comes tL Swans«-^ next Monday, is under the jiianaqeinent of Mi- -A-
2 ATEST D18COVFRY. j No mote aiaciviaioshes mjuutd. Suits. trousers, overccatK, in l T«.<ts, can DOW b8 had or the new »;w»cj tV'iterprociei cloth, j Inspection fiee ft A!a.lex' ic Co., The City Tajlors, Ca.^ .ie-fctree- yi* .JIIIJ
For Manufacturer"' -aopire and Job Lots Aprons, and P«na-Fot"f h. Phitiips' itemoant areb 15, Un on-s reefc, Swansea. ¡Zl,3G OTRE >>KO .w X.IA^ PRS31HTS, Doris, TOTS, .NLo NOVTICTIBS NOW ON. PF.toks J,t,WK- FITA-li SVKX—MU SO HAVE XN £ i CO., lijOH-aTiUtfcT. Iruasediate care ef the worst e* -es or Coughs, Breucbitis, InSuenza, and Tight, ncss of the Cheat, by using the miraculous Cough Cure, prepared oriy by the Cambrian Ii OrugCempuny Chemists, Porfcl&ad-street. Mr. T. B. Brown, the woli- £ no*.va butcher of High-sfet. «t, Swansea, writes :— I think it :iv duty te thank P.C. Nortfteote for arresting tht) man Hayt^oek in the manner he -jid wfceu i the i»i.ier broke into ray Many a ;;j»n would wot have aoticod a dog barking. but weald have ?Ma:d by but betng a sha p j policeman he had hi* eye to bujiiT^ss and j aabbed the thief with Linearii.j is not i the first time P.C. issrthcetf tiai helped Ith; ia the night time. Maa v year. ago il,i r.-tiig j my beii, belie ring we had a tire in o-ir vanl. It se happened it was tht- uoit-tloor yard i bnt it luigbt have bean otherwise We jot at it with bueket and wsitr-r a.id soon put it out aad both were thanked by tie r owner. I may also add that I au pleased we j have mea of pluck in our polcc ierce r, ho j we not afraid ',0 ta»-U.le a thief in the dark, j not knowing what weapeu he might Ottfrv. If P,C. Norther* e wiii ctoal en -ne-I shall bo pleaaed to give "tita a present for his (marv mm j SUNDAY SERVICES. j- I ST. A.XDH.KW-'S CHLRCH. I SUNDAY, DECEMBER 2, KEV. W. E. SHAW, I AT U AND 6^0. Conmutniaa at oiose o( Ewenial Serviee* I NJB.—SALE OF WOItK in the Leeturo- r bail on THURSDAY. December 13th, WALTER LOAD CUNGiiEGATIONAL CHCRCH. REY. EVAN .J ENKINS, On SUNDAY, DiCSMBER 2nd, 1894, EfJKIStf Szv-vicz. j Subject —" GOD FOR L 8 12.27 Services at 11 a.m. and 3.30 pro. CARMA RTHEN-iiOAD CONGREGA- TIONAL CHURCH. I TO-MOIIROW, SUNDAY, DECEMJlER 2. REV. J. PHILLIPS (Pastor) Will preach at U a.m. and ti.30 pjn. J CAPEL GOMEH. TO-MGRtiO W, the Pastor, j DR. GOMER LEWIS, Will ofEciate morning and evening, I at 11.0 and 6.30. ^j.ORSS LANE BAPTIST CHAPEL TO-MORROW, SUNDAY, DECEHBEa 2. Ksv. CECIL E. SHIPLEY I Will preach at 11 .:L.<n. and 6.30 p.m. I QT. PAUL B ClONGREGATiON AL O CHURCIL I'O-MORROW, SUNDAY. DECEMBER 2. t THE REV. II. T. ANDREWS, BA. | Will Pre»eh M-jming and Evening. -1
A CRUEL STORY. I LOST IN LONDON. t RESCUED Hi" THE SCHOOL BOAR1X At Chatham on Friday Thomas Cannon and Florence Can-ion were charged with leaving J;vnes Lsach, aged ten, a child ia their custody, without viable uae.%ne of subsistence. The LOY stated that while he I was playirj on Portsdown I'lil!, near Poria> •Touth. the pri«oner% came ap and farced btim te aeocsnpany the n. The man seize 1 his wrist and threatened to cut his throai If he raised an alarm. Tbey trapped to London, hik! s.rte?-w3rd3 to ivoches'er. Prisoners sent hira cat with matches, ont in reality he had to bsg money, for if he dia -ict take back 3d. c'ailv he was f.hrast.el, He had often been beaten cruelly. When the school board officer ¡ caoie about him the pmetiers took him out at night and deserted his;. He slept all night in a eart. The medical evidence waa that the bov's bodv was covered with bruises and 'I: wounds.—The prisoners w<re remanded pending tbe arrival of tbe boy'# parents.
GOOD NEWS FOR LLAN8AMLBT. u Llew Ssjntet" wrttM Messrs. Rtses and I Fkewells. the proprietors of the Tirisha | Cot4iery, Llausamlet, commenced sinkiag a j new aoiliery on Moaday in tbe presence ef many ^etwlctnen who visited tho place on tbe occasion. Tue first sods ware cut by Airs, j Reee and Mrs. Howella. It is hoped locally that the tntcr^nain^ company will be j successful in tbeir undertaking, and that I they will be able in a short time to give em- ployment to many workmen in the district. I The new coiLcry will be called No. 3 Vein Tirisha Collier*. Mae pawb tr'fry' plwyf yu dymuno ihrydd, l Y newvdd lofs. rl1düi,> I'r ct»«fiogk>n gomyeh log, A'r iiwfcith'.vyr gy3c>^ haedaol; Boetl hwy a i. JEPWIII 01'èf;-6 un Me .vn rhwvmyn pur UDil.'bol, Cyrtfyw jt< Jdoeth ti«h !>ddau brad O hyd mewn ca 'l ut fcras-<3ol, I
ATTiEGED ATTEMPT TO EXTORT MONK Y I At Colchester on Friday Agnes Eilea Reyce, a iou^iag-houbo k^per, of London, was charged withopting to extort C300 from Dr. Wortu, a borough magiatrate. by aiSe^it.g he bad sedmod her; and threatening to expose him to all Colchester if tjy; monev wtis .,0: seat. Dr. Worts give evidonce, and be hs<1 medically aLteiidcd the prisoner /or a pri*At» affection, tte had lent her £ 30 ;n-A :1'; to her out ef a liability because, he was an o'd fr«-jttd of the iartily, He ioid iiis wii9 aitd iisr parcsts. I
THE ATTEMPT TO WRECK A TRAIN. At A.teroiiot v-r. Friday Charles Wyetli, A-, tti ii- and William Hoars, were again charg -<i with having attsrapted to wrejk th* Ijcurrjetnouth expres.->. near Fleet. Poiice serges :f Kna. said that some days itiiter th- '.scurr«nce Wvfcth's coat and bas*et smelt sirongly of ereosotr. ¡ l'h'3 sleejjsra on tha line were pietied in creosote. Oot'-Jard and Hoare denifd knowing of the affair when he arrested them. P.b. iiibbcrd said he heard Wyeth remark te fci 3 mother, "i have told the r.oliee u.-as, the others don't know aurthing abcat ;L and I don't -.vant to bo defended." Wveth. on bein» i yt don't -,tat to bo defended." Wveth. on bein» eaur.oaed by the Bench, said he had nothing to say. The other two men said they were at home at the time of tho alleged offeoc*, and j ■ knew nothing about it. rloare's parents corroborated their soiirf statement, which waa sii!>k!ort-i:d by the three seas of his e-.aplovov. t j, 'odd&rd'sfa.U:er, a I'ai wer, said hU son -was 'nemeatworK when the outrage was per- ptttraled. Iho magistrates the charge against Hcare and Goddard, and committed Wyeth for trial. ¡
THE RAID ON A CITY GAMBLING II H ELI* At Bow-itrcst on Fiidav James t Hatehnsfia of no occupation, and William I' Lutchford, greengrocer^ ot Baibasa, were I charged with cyr.npiring with we. whe were remanded yesterday, to defraid by means of forced tcitgraM.?. They were remanded, f OU> c-ther nioii were charged with MXiBtiegiuthc r.i^nagei!ient o. the p; t=:^isea, I and 3Q persons v.i u found on tue T r mi^es. The prosecuting «olic;tor said tue premises were known v.h the City Billiard Ci-i;, but from information in tho possession of the polic-a there w¡¡,a no doubi. it was simply a gambling hell. The Lord Mayor fined Conor* £ 20, and the other four principals 20s. eacL. The defendants found on the premises were borad over iu rnuognisanees. and the bov waa discharged.
"E. A. EVANS. I UKDEJi'lAKKK, FtXKRAI TURNISHKB ic I 22, ALFRED STREET, NEATH WiSIiDIXG AND Ff;\iiiUL COACHES, 3;iAK t S, MA .SUM CAJb. POG-CAHl-S. WACGOJsrKl'CiJS, &c. IT Jea-Sla'l Stahlo a;i i Lc-k up Yaid. l'o"ting in all it,. UrnGcl.ea.. Telfirrer>hi!- Arlir.i-is: iiv.ns. r*et TO c-'jii OK SAX DOLL AJTD TOY FA it iHio I)JY—i]usaiu.V £ AXD Co.. HORROM OI-' II7GH-STKHE csgram: axd Co.'s Great Xma3 Show This Day. James I a ^cbcolboy, living near Cssti« Douglas, on Wednesday evening, placed his bend t> rough a gate r.od the gate fell wJth flÍw, The boy < face stack io the mud, aad before he could be extricated died of aurcocatiou. Fo: Fir.o ^v«4« Overcoats, made to *rder i c idlest i'anev-eiutbs, go to tl.o "West End j ,fæ1, g W A Nli A UNION. 0 —< TO TRADESMEN AND OTHERS. I The GUARDIANS of tha SWANSEA CTMK3K HEREBY GIVE NOTICE to Persona desirous oi CONTRACTING for the SUPPLY of PROVISIONS, &<t, to be deiiwrsd st the Workh<»u?<i, Swansea, and at I the CeCniga Homes, Clockett, for THREE MONTHS; and also lor FUN URALS of f PAUPERS for SIX MONTHS, commencing on ;t»e 3Ota day of Decernsber. 1894, te deliver to the Clark of the Guardians Sealed TENDERS for same oa or before TUESDAY, the 4th day of Deer mber, 1894. Staterriertts as to the estimated quantity J likeiy to be required, ana Conditions of Con- I tracts and Forms of Tender fin which form alone will Tender"? be received) may be had 011 application to the undersigned. Separate Tenders w ist bo delivered for the Cottage Homes, j All Tenders mnst be delivered to the Clerk j At the Unica Offices, r- nd no T'Mpr wiU be considered if net lf-eeivedbv t.fe ■ Clerk on or before the day rsiiaed. Tbe Guardians do not bind the-'r aelvea to accept any Tender, and reserve power to accept any Tender in its ewtiretv, or any accept any Tender in its entire-ty, or any portion of any Tender. Samples of such articles aa admit thereof to be sent to the Union Offices, on or before 11 WSOKSSDAY, the 5th DECEMBER, 1394, and each sample to be marked with the uarae of the person tendering. Securities wiii be required for the due per- foraaaaee ef the contract. The Guardians will, at tbetr last meeting | in the month, if ap-piicatien is made to the I Clerk on cr before iht Monday previous. j pay the coatrader the amount then due for j goods supplied. By ordar. G. B. P AYNES, -T ClM,k' Uniea Offices. 8, Fisher-street, Swansea. 2ist Notember, 1894. [22S9 ROYAL OPERA HOUSE, CRADOCK-STREKi, SWANSEA. Lessee and Manager, Mr. J. E. EVANS- FIVE NIGHTS ONLY. TUESDAY, Dec. 4th, 1894, and during the rest of the Week, Ma. W. S, PiLN-im-ys Com- pany, from the Globe Theatre, London, in the Greatest Success of the C enttirv- CHARLEY'S At NT. By Brandon Thomas. Speeial late trains to I the Mumbles on Thursday night. DOOxiS open at 7.15, commence at 7,45 Carriages at 10.15. PRICES OF ADMISSIONOrchestra stalls (reserved), 3s.; Area Stalls (reserved), 2s.: Area (unreserved) and Promenade, la.; I Balcony, It.; Upper Circle, ad. Kasiy iJ ori open at 6.45, Sd. extra to all part# es.Cf.pt to the Upper Circle, whi-h wiii be 3d, cxtn. In .>n<ci^u"nce v.i the great "-xi>;riae of this Engage- ment, tbe Management respectiuily notify there will b« ao Half-time IsTPORTA^r XoTiCit. — The Booking Office for ."■souripg -i.-ar» ia open daily in fctwj VeaUtmte. of tte House (Cradoek-street Bnsraiice; from II to 3, an! •luring ibe Kvenini. MO.VDAY, Dec.lOtb, First Visit to Swaasea of Mr. T, Ii. ii±..i>s and hia Celebrated Company in the foHowiiig Repertoire — Monday, •'Taming of the Shrew. Tneaday, Otbiillo. Wednesday, "ThtJ Rn-als." Thuredtf, .Rorr'L".o and Juliet." Friday. "Th. School for Scandal." Saturday, "Richard the Third." [2290 TAB SWANSEA PARLIAMENTARY < DEBATING SOCUfl Y. A MEETING c Will be Held at the Temperance Hall, Gowe«sstree £ 00 MONDAY, the 3bd DECEMBER, At 7.30 p.m. The Debate on tbe Resolution for the ABOLITION OF THE HOUSE OF LORDS Will be continued by the Honourable Meaaber for Glasgow University (Mr. W. Stobo Andrews;. 2291 I LONDON AND NORTH WESTERN RAIL AAV, CATTLE AND POULTRY SHOW. C-Deeember 1st to Sttt, 1SW),- tad NATIONAL EXHIBITION OF EPOKSlJiG AND OTHHR DOGS (Decetabar 1st lo 5th t, at SIR HIK GH AM. On MONDAY, December 3rd, 1394, CHEAP BX- CtBSION TIOKBlcS will bei88Qed toBIR.lU.NGHAK irom the stations named below at the times atatira SWANSEA (Vic, Stationi 10.0 a.m. Swansea B»y lft. 4 am. A'.i int'orniaUcu Hoarding J?xcar*ion Trains on loodon »udNorth-Weet^cn Kaiiway can be obtained of Mr. P. SMITH, Di,-t-i,-t Traffic Superlntendettt., Swsniea.. FUND. HARBISON, General Manager. Boston Statioo. liov., 1894. (2274 ALBERT HALL, SWANSEA A GRAND CHAIR. EISTEDDFOD WILL BE iULD ON MABOWS DAY, DECEMBER 3RD, 1894 anrsicAX ADJUDICAroRS J. I HO MAS, Esq., Lianwrtyd t Das, DAVIfiS, Esq.. Mertbvr. ChMrotM J. JONES. Ba,, (lago Ceredigion), Swansea). CHIEF CHORAL COMPETITION "WORTHY IS THE LAMB; L30 and a Chair. Programmes to be from the Secretaries:— W. W. HARRISON (Qweirydd). Cwm, Foxhole, Swansea; and H. D. WILLIAMS, Cwm, Foxhoie Swansea. 2098 ROSS AND CO., GROCERS, TEA AND PROVISION MERCHANTS- 29, UNION-STREET, Have a Special Line for this v/cek ooly. FINEST C L P. F. ANTS, NEW FRUIT PER LB pETERS AND O U N G REGISTERED PLUMBERS, HOUSE j DECORATORS, &c. t Draiajige Inspected, Tested, and Reported on by Qiialibei iiinitary Inspector. Water Supply and Plumbing in all its branches carried on. Note :— WALL PAPERS: A Large Choice or Newetit Design always m Stouk in all Qualities. 6, AND 7, QUEEN-STREET, IVE',Til Have your BOOTS TO MEASURE bv A. ABBOTT, H AND-SEWN BESPOKE BOOT MAKER T'. •: Boot must be made to the Foot, and i4 th«> Foot to the Boot. Effect of wearing bltd lltt.n<: boots. Natural foot, 27, OXFORD-STREET, SWANSEA, Who has had even 26 years' practical experi- ence, and has made the>an&tomy of the foot hia special study, I PANCY GOOCD8, TOYS, NEEDLEWtMBw "0. GREAT CLEARANCE SAM FOR 14 DAYS, in order to make roMa far CHRISTMAS 1MOVELTIEB which will SHOXJ^Y ANIVA M. M. L8VJVLUQZ U orfrexitijj-fcbe wb#4» ef hec,- Lacgc flfpgfc so I RfcDGCm ^tiiCES. APSLEY SOUSE, 5B3 ROAD r v T>a*riT~, wg'^aaaa. wacxuss. i I BLACK-EYED SUSAN ■ '-i Tl-ttS OS OUR I BEAUTIFUL DfAB PICTURE^ This r^u,a*aU' A >.sg k ■•j stepping e& i itr-MK 1. ">*»f, »«4 j the ator^ ~k the wor i oi t; a j song enttil -A. Sii M,r AS followsj I All in th»?>>vr-i!f ihd fesefe -Fax Tlie sferi itaws wa^isji ia | Wheu BlacW-'r'y. estaiJ — | O whef *11 i «.•»> ttttf > >«« i-Vd 'J | Teil ma, yp jori»J <«;> | r If my sweei Wlifeusi b"o vi-it' We" WvHiam w#»; np-;p th?> yir-'i, Rooked-fr? tWe iuliv A-j if> «s4 'rgj, Soon M her > He sig^e xui past IN. emtt- u. The eoi^ £ i: v. thavO'gt* ife han^s, ) And qu^.&; on tlw >• ,.¡¡rl, *ls Sothe-sHwi.'sfk bi^ii p Shuw-elot;" w, If eha<i<| hi rUiriii V«.^ And dt*4; ancttwvv^ «w- The o^m'«^'iai^ .1 Migfc&«ity £ >V iU»*iV. t i ki :tmi '• *« j 0 sn- fall, < I My vtnrs Ui< ever troe -i' • Let me kiss o £ that falling'1 We only pai t to meet a. ■«, i Strang^M yabst ya.vlo^ni, si;- < J «•-1 Tho fat^fcm eou^aas 1 ha&aUd. <- >t t I "Believ«*n0fcw £ t t!.o landameu s&», j Who tempt rt iUidoubtethy coiist>»aS ind; j They'll tail thee, eail rs, when away. In eveiy port a toistrosw imd; Yea, yes, jbeheve tliem when they ten Lil* so For U>ou,art presect whera so e'ef 1 ^o. The bo*t*ain gave the dreadful word, The sails iheir swellhig besoms spread; I No longer most she stay on board- They kysa, 3he sighed, be bangs his hea-]. The les«)mng boat unwilling rows to land, Adieu/* stia cries, and waves her lily baud. ;V^ ——. '• <- • A COPY OF TRIS EXPENSIYE PICTURE f Will be given gratis tinder thefounwing con- I diti&as :-f-*Ijrp te December 15th, Coupons will f ce issued to every cu sterner baying at least b of Tea, and every bolder of the Four Coupoaa'Wili ha presouted with a oopy auriag Xsaas week. W. I ROBERTS & CO. I PHE TEA AND COFFEE I; ■ SALESMEN, J.. • -««r •" MM? ■ LETT^ ROYAL PATENT TENTANEASE VENIILATED iWATEEPBOOBa- #-&M OPPORTUNITY. 3W-TAJL. AKEAJfGEMS !fTS, To hrlr's- New Patent Vwtanese Waterproo before tlsp JHrtile tbe Patentee hat, arranged -with JJRS-, -Sk. ]|iNSCflBSTEB, 6 AND 6a, Castle STREET, SWANSEA to allow a Spef^al Discouiit 01 10 Pef Oect. to Bearer of -xcccffi y-aayi^g Ocupon, 2 MMICI j^wsfscoitsiis, o aitd'm CaStla-streetJ 9 Swaimea. 1 S- g, ■pleaae allow bearer 10 per cent, (twcl g 5* .shiilinr ill the sound) 16duc'ti«n on til" par-f §• c.haaeoi YEjSil'ANESI! VENflJUATi'Di £ JWATSiSFpipyF. r 1 PATEXXKE. I r C. A. Esq., oditor of "P' arson'a Wnelcly," writes: 'V>nt*nese' patent is. I tliink, « most exceS^t one. 'The macintosh I have had. fror»> you is Vfriaj- the most comlort, Me tind pleasant to-wear of any that I hawa ever worh." t Otber Te sftsaonials and Press Oj&uidas o ,j' Application. t- ^WED^JNG RINGS. Redding RINGS, f BRO'tGHTON'S. THE NOTED WBDDINli ETNG SHOP'J M t iiiop Hyiibd'ata Jodrwyau lVtc4«tol,$ 131, HIGH STREET, f SWANSEA f I>ow-.i alit; P (-:11 o S Tg;i mIT] I (IN BLACK OR qPi-OURSD INKS), j HANDBILLS, BII^HEADS [ MEMORA^TOMA | CIRCULAR^ CATALOGLES, J PRICM. LISTS, And Every Desori^-W ef COMMERCIAL PKINTIKG BtMutedattite I ■ ■ ■ "rf •• DAILY POST OFF BALL PROGRAMMES, CARD#, ETC, w. vanal f Paney a^d 8tyi. '*■" ( DJ „.T fleereiaMCies Md Soeietiea, Promoters of Bazaars, etc^ wilt find the DAILY POST OFFICE CEEAPBSX PIACB JW TQWS TO HAVBIHSE PKMtB?!} DOftfi. | I DOLLS. TOYS. MAQIC I, INTERNS. .*• O ^Z IHOAH'S ABES. CHINS, C) f i-"7 BAGS, PUESUa. | PISTOLS, $ £ ALB?IM8' W<lS4f. T 1 GAMES, &A, &O, A. F/ BASKBM FLOWED] /^> & k *? r *:iJr IV JIT STANDS* TIM^' A 4s FANCY GLASS AND i £ jq/ ARTIFICIAL S^jL. JW FLOWERS, -J*' ft GBASSBB A2TD 1%, \sT) A' *#/ THOUSANDS £ -W c^f'/ NOVELTIES. The Newest and Best Obtainable. BEE OUR WIMDOWb. BEE OUR WIMDOWb. C. MASON COLLINS, W-' .NEUIVMST HALL, STEPNEY-STEILET, LLANELLT, » .t.,w yua whois OP HIS VAI^ABI^ STOCS OF ,Vo;ES, CLOCKS, JEWELLERY A?ii\ ;LECTBO IJLATRD AliTICLES .T A REDUCTION OF FROM 4s. to 58, in the £ LIT) blLVE'R GOODS REDUCED 3s. in the £ A Large Stack of English Lever Watches at Selling Off Prices. MASON COLLINS, STEPNEY-STREET, LLANELLI ALSO AT BURRY PORT. JACKE, TS -A THEY ARE BETTER AND WARMER TETAN AND (JNLY THE OOST. TRY ONE OF H. SPECIAL VALUE FROM 2M TO 124 J7, HIGH STREET AND 105, OXFORD STBEET. GRIFFITB: S, mE WELSH HOSIERY AND FLANNEL MANUFACTURER FOR FOOTBALL JERSEYS AND KNICKERS. CLUBS SUPPLIED. WELSH FLANNEL SHAWLS AND YAR&S, &c., &c. CZOM HIGH STREET. SWAKS:EA. 1 LFRED BUCKNALL, formerly of 97 A Oxford st*set and Worcester place, Architect, begs to inform his friends and agents that he has removed to No. 10, Fisher- slreet, Swansea.—A vacancy for an articad pupil. 21 Go" A PERFECT FIGURE Easnred by Wearing tbe Celebrated C B CORSETS. JtatBewmd a LA.RG.E CONSIQNMEN1 of these and other NEW GOODS, te be Sold at REMARKABLY LOW PRICES. W. JONES. MANSEL STREET & PAGE STREET "Pnrfeettos ofBlewJed Whfdtey." LaneeL EXCELSIOR SCOTCH WHISKY "We have examined analytically tbn. blend ci Scottih Wbliky, and find it to oe unnsually pure, eTtceI!eittt!avuur,nnd-wdl matured. liecomiiiendfil with., oniidcnce as a "afeanrJ ?>ilaU->ie Btimuiaut for the k anti convalescent."— 1'ractUioner, iidited by T. LaunaBsusToM, M.D.,iH.D., &c.. SOLB PROPBIETOns- MARGRAYE BROS., LLANELLY. Aeula for CARDIFF and PKNARTH- MESSRS. AG HAN AND STEPHENS. EXCELSIOR SCOTCH WHISKY CHE. SOUTH-WALES ■WEEKLY POST." FabHshad 08 t'EIDAY MORNINGS Beat Mad i)righfe«st Weakly P.r in, Basúlt Waioa. NEWS "OF THE WORLD, "UL STORIES, i. SALARTICLES BDCAL GOSSIP, N'C £ EBS' & QUERIES, m & ,MD *JQGA.?*<AMD TfSSSTKtCS fNTSLLt6ENCB OF tRB wax. 3lt, BSgjh-stfaet, S«afr«aa. ■Rosasr-stoeet, aa»*oad. Xiu.KT5io.ir, 1 VERY SPECIAL. RIPU TAILOR & 1 U iJ 5 DRAPER, I Is Offering the follewing Special lines: SUITS, ipiwx 30s. OVERCOATS, FROM 30s. TROUSERS, FKOM 1(18. 6d. A J3ABGAXN..— 100 Pairs oi Titomm" to j elear from 7s. 6d. to lOs. ) NoTR TIlE ADPBK3S £ 5, OXFORD STREET (Opposite National Schools), SWANSEA. W. RUNDLE I (PRACTICAL TAILOR) I& now Sh»wi»g a Choice Seie^tknn 01 0TEWEST CL(-ITLUi, soft WLbOTcE WRAR j Svsry Garneiit Made^mder "irramw I fi-rrar I Tisioa. Fit and 3tyla<G«*aj»jat«ad. |CIV R~KUiyB ROAD fOypoarea TLcirii»w ay, SwAuaaA^. Kent—Ladies' aud Genyemes^ teaof Garments Mads to Measure. 2011 BOUTH WALFJS VTNEXJAR, SAUCB C AND PIOKUS OOm Manufacturers of PURE MA I T VINEGAR, PLYMOUTH St., SWANiSRA. I I SHIPPINO SCPx-lIBO. I iiitde frooi Malt, and guaranteed free from Miueral Acid. Prices and terms on application. A- ■ 1,6S T) loK LIMITED. PROFIT UNLiMiTED JLL SPECULATION BY OPTXONH. J Speculation by Options is all methods ef I speculation the most prudent.—Arthur Crump (late Financial Editor of the Times'). Stocks and Shares says :—"Large profits, I averaging ZLIS 15a. for every £ 115a. invested, C,o I haveaccrued Stock Exchange Times says:—"In 17 days each subscriber of £ 5 12s. 6d. received a profit ot £ 44 7s, 6d. Messrs. Smith and Beresfo,rd have an ample capital for the conduct of a very large business. The firm is the largest in Option Dealing in I England Birmingham Daily Gazelte.—"Large prblilv, averaging £88 15s. for every Ell 6s mvLt ied, have accrued to those who have acted cu llmradviee I Capitalist Monsrs. Smith and Beresford give some very sensible advice about Options; which tbey recommend, Send for revised pair.ph'et and iull particu- lars of far nest United Option to I 53 and 54, Chancery Lane, London. ESTABLISH ED 1388. Telegrams Clcrla>hip, London. Telephone- No. 2588. may be consulted to advantage." Stock Exchange saysT-—"Messrs. Suiilh and Bereford have been very fortunate in recent trausaefcioaa." Financial World?ays:—"Messrs, Smith and B'^reeford have a thorough grasp of tbo subject, and a careful perusal of their work will well rtspay speculators." Civil Service Gazette says:—"Our readers cannot do hotter than take Messrs. Smith and Beresford as their financial guides, philoso- phers, and triends. Citizen says:—' 'The only safe^ way for making money on the London Stock Ex- change." FrEETH JjENTISTBY L rpEETH. JL Prize Medal, London, 1362, Gold Medal, Pans. 1857. MR. KEALL, BURGEON DENTIST (38 Years' experience; 28 Years in Swansea) 199. HIGH-STREET SWANSEA, (Just, below Groat. Western Railway Station) Begs to intimate that ho can produce a per. feet fitting set of Teeth in one clear day. The vory best workmanship guaranteed. Painless Dentistry by Gas, also by tho anaesthetics Cocaine and Ether Spray. Partial Sots from 5s. per Tooth, Upper or Lower Setsixom Two Guineas. KEALL'S TONIC AND NEURALGIC MIXTURE. c Sure and Speedy Cure for Neuralgia, Ti Doloreux, Rheums, Toothache, and all N er- vous Pains. Till? BSTA«rd8H«0 Tlin A-( >, NOVimUHS HANDICAP. Alfred Orook will forward free, on nieeipti ef addres "CUOOK'S PltlCE KROOtiD, CoaI;ILiaing atries uai t«test Market Movauwstsos abore. Letters posted by tfae Night Moll afrfve in oatewte tlw MU»wJBg 4ay, «sd «ui&war«d. by rehire* of post. Xiettarft ma«t.ba .prepaid. You will bo quite smio in the handi of Mr. Csoou. • [■ Sao'-KMJ's Life," 1843.. j ArtdiwAlftw' Ot-ook, Osteude- PoaUg^W. 1 "DOUSE D OwT&To N, FOR RELIABLE FBRNIMRE. WHY? 3ee*vm* th»y asa tbo IjARi>iiST-2CAH^SKS BY MACTlUS^aV IS WALES. Maw the MOST BXTBN8tVE BTOG% TO 5JiL8C% FROM, axidgro th« BEST POSSIBLE VAI.UE. I W~ A VISIT WILL,.AT ONCB (Xi^VTNCE (fflS OF T5IE FACT- ^9/% lySNIXCEE TO SUIT OOTTAfci^ OR MANSfOST. GAKPSTS \MADE AKD l» £ EDf»BI5E. ESTABIJSHR^ NEAJM" A C95RTURY. nIGH STREET AND MOffitlS LANK,^WAWS £ A. — I. -■■ V l. THE LICENSES INSURANCE COBPOPJLOON A GUARANTEE FUND, LIMITED. FB2XHOLDERS, BREWERS, LEASEHOLDERS, MOSCCGA<3SE3, ua aU OTSSB^ | Haviag an Insurable Interest in Licensed Proprj-ty, saoCLD IIS BURR AGAINST DMllCUWOS Caused by Leca ef L&enaes. hr FtMpeetsa and Particular apply to th« Local Agents* H. GOLDBERG AND COMPANY, 3, SWANSEA. !CxuipSkOXi; N«. 185. m ■ ■ maw' — 1 n THE SWANSEA PURE MILS CO. 11, DE-LA-BRCME-aTRKET, SWANSEA. Ksr- PUREST MILK '.1 F" DELIVEREDTWlCE DJJL: TST RICHEST IN CREAM I -J IS^O ALL PARTS The Bwaasea Pure Milk Company desire te iaapress -upon 8t«irCusi»a»raHfchafr*h* iata prepae'wws, W. T. Perkins and Co., have low NO CONNECTION WHATEVER with the present Firm. All Milk seat ontby th. SJP.M. Ca ia o€twantsed hygieave pudt)!, aaiisa#" •arafutty tested iaeosura both. PURITY and QUALITY befura toMjsfjtfae^taawa# I CARBOTSON NFT. PORTABLE STOVES' IWbuM wfilMBt SMOKE, SiaajLww-FUM358. May be emm la ■H MORGAN BEVAN AND soNS, JNML 2I,CASTLE-8TREET, SWANSEA. THE TY-MELYN HOTEL; l HieEt-STREKT, SWANSEA. This Old-SstabtiBfred Hoaaa ifi BOW UNDER NEW MAJSACEMESST. ow B N MOitCkAJJ, Choace aad Wett-Seleeted Stoek ef Wiaes. Spirits, Bui.taa aad Cisars of Pineiit ii&arud*. WM. HANCOCK AND CO., LTJ). BREWERS, WINE AND snRIT QLP0ETEE8. CIGAR DEALERS, SWANSEA OFFICES: NO. 4, CAMBRLANPJLACE. A TKI.HPHQKEJSto.aa JIIØ HOW TO LIGHT A SHOP PROPERLY SB £ LEGO'S NEW OUTSIDE LAMP COBTS ABOUT ONE FABTHING PER HOUR FOB 6A& 17 & 18. NELSON-STREET. JIO* LADlE." ANC WATERPROOF B00 T3> GO TO M 0 A V E R A, CASTLE-STREET, SWANSEA, AND AT M0REIST05, tO OQAL MERCHANTS, HAULIERS, AND R\)U5EHaLU£8& FOR BEST AND MOST ECONOMICAL HOUSE AND KITCHEN COALS. Apply Dumct TO THE BLAENGARW COLLIIRY CO., ULFITBD- CAMBRIAN "PLACE SWANSEA. S. P A L M E 11. CONFECTIONER, OF 29, OXFORD STREET, HAS OPENED AT 96, BRYN-Y-MOR ROAD, With the same High-class Qualities of CAKES AND PASTRY As Sold at his Other Establishments. A TRIAL RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED' taBBM !0 ALEXANDRA n washing, MATCHLESS CLEANSER is aTPrVa^d Vuri PnVb'ahVd' for W 2 i perfect Treasure., DAS ID D'vBJS. »t jt saves much work an5 rime, to' use ft ?s a' MSo^^h VVaiiwDssiy Poji?-: pleasure, Swu-in.-a.