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JOHN S. BROWN Ccmaicaced Selling Bicycles and Tricycles in Swansea in pi..18/9 And liavini'- scoured ALL the Rest Cycle Agencies in the country, he is enabled to offer the very Best Value in p 18 9 5 JL < 7 If you wish to enjoy cycling and to ride in perfect safety, you oJ 'J. 01 should buy a Machine with a reputation. Y"> Jrl ~W ISK, and purchase vour mount from JOHN-3 BROWN, OXF01-llt-STltEET. SWANSEA. PALE AND MILD ALES AND STOUT. IN CASK AND BOTTLE. f #/ •. CESS ■ 1 i* Au.Tewis. O #T?Ci"S AX.; StORF- 10, NELSON-STREET, SWANSEA iUsAc R (;|>. HELL. EXTENSION OF PREMISES. SEVEN DAYS ABSOLUTE CLEARANCE SALE TO bA\L DAMAGE BY DUST AND MORTAR. J. 13. PRITCHARD, ,^have room lor the growing requirements ef his trade, has decided upon taking in' THE AIMOI Nrl XG SHOP, 72a, OXFORD-STREET, Lately ii-i,, iie ii patio n of Co., who have removed to the corner. By this arrangement J. ii. P. will h»v*f in extended counter and shop room—tha want, of which, he fo^rs. tiai been the o^aseef great inconvemence to many of his customers. J.B.P. respect: illv timates that all goods will be offered at A ORE AT UEDITCTION Durinc SRVEN DAYS, beginning on SATURDAY, MAY lire, 1895. Aina ending MAY 18th, itftet- w'urnfee vil! show a well-assorted Stock of the Latest Fashions in DRAPERY & MILLINERY C CDS. THE PEOPLE'S Beady Money Craptn/tl- Millinery Establishment 72B, OXFORD-STREET, SWANSEA. uC3c IJACG3 JENKINS* Jill I !COAL MERCHANT, dC MKii jl io ALEXANDRA Ra ilHM if s wa .xt_s_e;a Jlipgl^ I .T. Tl. PAJSrK SATTEF. HOSIER. AND GENTS OUTFITTER, Is now showing a choice selection of WHITE and FANCY | i *titWN hi CRICKETS <i SHIRTS is inches. i9nMr«B«MiiananMMMiuuiaHMauaaHMH|, New abaces up to 18 inches. —. New abaces up to 18 inches. SI KAV\ ii A i iS All the n< wr'st designs for the Season. I H A- J.H. iVa Special Value, k> <)')• ALL FIT HAT f' Irs *U the Newest Shapes and Colours. OIW. w-oqVI CNI V ADDRESS, IT HIGH-STREET. NEAR ROYAL HOTEL ii966 TENNIS AND CRICKET SEASON. 1895. THE LARGEST STOCK OF TENNIS AND CRICKET GOODS IN TO W N SEE WINDOWS. SEE WINDOWS. I I SPECIAL TERMS EOR CLUBS AT I C. M A N S C H E S T E R, WATKRPKOOF GARMENT MANUFACTURER 6 & fjA. CASTLE-STREET & TEMPLE STREET. I SV\ AN SEA. 17661 r I> A 1 E S, UNDERTAKER, A2ii» COMPLiC'! « r'iTNKiCAL KURNfSHKR. A D U LT S' P u NERA L S. 1st Ciass. wfth Best Olu*s-«kle FTear*e, Two Best Co».hr j aod Pt'rs to Match, Stout K'm Shell, hill ain Saliu tinr .rrif*l Uobe, Preach Polished A D U LT S' FeN ERA L S. t'tt Ciass. wfth Best Olu*s-«kle ftetrte, Two Best Co».hr j aod Pt'rs to Match, Stout K'm Shell, hill ain Saliu tinr .rrif*l Uobe, Preach Polished r .1. 03. Ce*hn, WITH BP-. Brass l-'UBI; ur< .rate. cueravva), B«.irers. aud Self- f £ 1111 0 fU;'U .i» iU-vr-, v»it.: S).»«U iiid finarert 8 8 C 11 ¡¡.. r'^neP. ^on^'i- d glm CoSn and Braas > ,1. nif. are. FiuUin.-il himI U* Olast-skfe SkU;bw,i«(if :i„ f, 0 0 Dr.to £ I*n ifoli»hffj Lfflu. witL E!e^ir<>- ■I »*H«< FU.-Q-< iirs. Shrl'ibiw, *n i FW 4 0 C 2»4 Ctais „ l> 3 £ 0 .N." 1:t*ra Charge Vtt-. oi Pa 1 1a, See. Only Pr*c >ai ,¥or«rinen Krr.ploy^. F. PRINCE OF WALES-ROAD. I .Ojc'x>OSITE L'XPIit> SY,AJiShA. [2894 have yuur BOOTS TO MEASURE bv A. ABBOTS The Boot must be made to the Foot, and not the Foot to the Boot. Effect of wearing bstd fitting boots. Nattrral foot, 27, OiFORU»SIRSaX SWANSEA, I TO-DAYS PARIS & LONDON FASHIONS, I MAY, 1895. JBorj Gvans & Oo., LIMITED. BEG TO ANNOUNCE THAT THEY ARE NOW MAKING AN ¡ UNPRECEDENTED SI, "W OF FASHIONS, NOVELTIES, AND» NEW GOODS, BEING the OUTCOME of a SPECIAL VISIT to the PARISIAN and LONDON MARKETS. Every care and attention have been bestowed upon the purchase of the very best goods, IVrL^Vl111 eiery mst^('L' art_t^e most recent productions in Costumes, Millinery, mantles, Laces, Dress Fabrics, Silks, Washing Dress Materials, &c- It is certain tnat such a selection as will be exhibited will meet with universal ftppro^ation and that the means adopted to so prom-Dtly introduce into South Wales latest Novelties of tne Season, will be general y appreciated. A VISIT IS THEREFORE RESPECTFULLY AND CORDIALLY INVITED. SWANSEA, MAY, 1895. THE BRADFORD WAREHOUSE COMPY, 22, WATERLOO-STREET. SWANSEA. A FEW SPECIAL LINES IN DRESS MATERIALS FOliLECi OTHA8|E9H'rk,/T/or a^>r& Gooti8, A SPECIAL LINE OF ALL-WOOL DOUBLE WIDTH FRENCH C^OTH- ,la 2U difforeot Sihides. These will be sold at 8^d per yard until cleared out. the usual price b^ngU sId per yard a splendid line in I- reach Meriaos, 44uk wide, la 2id per yard, usual pri U £ 3 per JmS I [3035 j ALL OTHER GOODS SOLD AT WHOLESALE PRICE AND CUT TO ANY LENGTH. 1- ——————— jCANTEEBUEY MEAT CO., 199. HIGH-STREET. SWANSEA. ANOTHER GREAT REDUCTION 1 IN THE |!PT^TCE OF MUTTON THIS WEEK. LEGS "——- 4d. x ,,TV. "• ••• 4d. LOIN is oil SHOULDERS (Without Neck) NECK AND SHOULDERS A*' NKCK AND BRE ASTS f^" I PLEASE NOTE ADDRESS- CANTERBURY MEAT CO., 199. HIGH-STREET, SWANSEA. 305s SPECIAL WHITSUNTIDE SHOW, RHYS THOMAS Is now Showing some Terv Choice NOVELTIES IN M1LL1NI.EY Having only just returned from the Markets wicii Correct Styles. Ou: prices are as usual Strictly Moderate. NOVELTIES IN CHILDREN'S DRESS. MILLINERY, OVEllAl/lS, PINAFORES, tScc. A Special Line in Ladies White Skirts, three rows Fortion Lace, at2s. 11 i;d 3s. lid 4s. lid. 81, OXFORD-STREET, OPPOSITE MARKXT, AND 51. OXFORD-STREET, BY NATIONAL SCHOOL 1689 TEETH. TEETH. THE LONDON & SOUTH WALES ARTIFICIAL TOOTH CO. PRINCIPAL- Sin. CLAUDE BL7NDY N.B. -tSo connection with any other firm in Swansea. SINGLE TEETH. 2=.: SETS, 20s EXTRACTIONS, K ¡ 1 ayivent,s can be made Weekly. STOPPINGS CAREFULLY INSERTED PAINLESS EXTRACTION BY GAS, 5s. Note Local Address- ALEXANDRA ItOAT). i SWANSEA. Opposite High-street Arcade. Two minutes walk from High-street liailway Station. I 00 TO 07, OXFORD-SI^ i*k cnui I — "j Psit P rmm Alt* VWY Cb-y6 THE BOILEK iN'suaAivcfc and STEAM JL lJUWEH cu. (J.IMlTKDj. Hiiij) OKFICE—67. KING SIKliKT, MANCHKSTBIi. i-STABLiSHtU 18oJ J AUTHORISED CAPITAL £ 250,000. InvksTiU; Fi^'DS, £ 98,0>Xl BOILERS AND ENGINES INSURED AND INSPECTED Employers Insured against Claims under the Employers' Liability Act. Joint Policies Issued. Individual Accidect Insurance. J. F. L. CKOSLAND, M.Inst.M.B., A,M lwtd.H Chief Engineer. BDWAJSD £ ionB2^S«aetai7. Aa>ni»—% m £ I l I FARMERS' F jBACON. J\1ILD AND LEAN, I PER 7d. LR PICNIC HA M S, PER 6d. LB. I ¡ DAVID JONES & Co., 100 & 101. OXFuRD-STBEET. SWANSEA. 3011 i rpHE gWANSEA AND J^ISTBICT MASTER-BAKERS ASSOCIATION, i NOTICE r I' j On and after I, MONDAY. THE 20TH INST.. ¡ And until farther notice, the Jiietail Price uf BREAD I] Witt. ES .AND OD. jl PER jLB. LOAF. 1 3)56 i SWANSEA* May 18t.b, 'l895.: 3)56 i SWANSEA* May 16^1895* i i ODDFELLOW A M.C. FETE & GALA VICTORIA PARK, I SWAN SEA. WHIT-MONDAY. ibt' Committee whirl) has arranged for tL;"a Brand I eteuiid (iala has span-d nc expense in pro. idfn^ a programme w hich has never bet a beaten in the Princi- l-ality. In addition tJ the THREE LATELLES, I whose feats of the hi^h-rope excel even those of the renowned BLONDIJS. they have arrtuiveu a g! eat I BRASS BAND CONTEST. for which £ £ 5. Gold Meda!s, See., have been provided as prizes. The entries fur this contest already iuclude t be famom bands of LL.ANELLY, MORRISTON, FERNDALE I BLAINA, YSTALYFERA, ABER- TILLER Y, YSGWYBORVVEN, PONT- LOTTYN, ABERTIL1.ERY TEMPER- ANCE, PON TARDA WE. &c„ and a grand competition cun Le rdied upon. '1'b", test piece selected i., f-tebrated Ciuu Mars" uounotl s choicest and most teliinif work The' victorious ba:id will receive £ 20, and the conductor UJetl;!l • tbli pri/.e is £ U; Hiird, £ 5, and there u a silver medal tor the best comet soloist, the leading judge of PngUiKi. Mr. J. O. Su^ppurd, will be the adjiidieatvr. ¡ There will also In the further Special AMrMtK.n A (jieat MALE VOICE COMPETITION. FIRST PRIZE, £ 3) SECOND PHIZE, £10. With a Silver mounted B-ilon and a Gold Medal for the Conductors ol the Winning Patties, and Fcur Silver Medals for the l>est, Quai tette. The test piece is The Martyrs ol the Arena." Fw,„- Parties to j^,Bip^te «ir no second pri/e given. Entries close Ala\,ii3rd. Adjudicator, Mr. Tom Piice.Merthvr Tvdlil During ihe afternoon ;.nd evening there" v, ill also be presented on the Fete Ground, free of cost to ail spectators, a Magniticenl K'utett«innienl, t)V ACROBATS, GYMNASTS,-rOMrC VOCALISTS. JUGG.LERS; Arc., under i lie pel'H'l1aJ bttp^rN'ifcicn of MR. ALFRED MONTGOMERY j ihe w<,rld-reuo-,Mied Variety Ageiit who, with his comp.in, ol J.tMdi'i^ Artisif-. has been eugaireil :t enorin- us co»t The following i,,on!v a • imr i. His brilii nit prrtgramme ZAMO AND AIMO CLOVETTI, Double Horizontal Bar i'erforni. rs. ALABAMA COONS, Negro Comedians and. Dancers. 1M. DH GRIEVE, The Celebrated Juggler ant 1 Magician. DAVILLA, The Most Daring Wire-walker oi the.Day, THK BROTHERS LEVINO Marvellous Contortionists and AcroUts, Ac., Ac MISS LENA GROVES, Serio-Conuc Vocalist und Daiiseuae. THP. HOYAL PUNCH &, JUDY SHOW THE ROYAL PUNCH &, JUDY SHOW Which has appeared at Winds. Castle before the Queen and the Kovfvl Famiiv AND MANY OTHER ARTISTES. The whole will conclude at-9.30 p.ni., with a brilliant display oi FIR E W O It K S. Nothing to equal llii« 1'yiotechtiic Show has ever been witnessed in Wales. It includes FINK POK TKAITS, each 50ft by 2'jft, of the Mayoi .if Sv»unsea Sir J. T. D. Lleweiyr, Hart., Sir John Jones Jenkins' Knight, Councillor James Jones, J.l' fhe «nsJ- niaster, of Swansea, and upwards of 100 SET PIECES, Socket a. Baioor.a, etc., by Weiis, of London" A GRAND PROCESSION Ol 20.000 J-'riendiy and Trade Society MeniU-'g, with innumeiable Banners and Bands, will inarch round f the town lothe Fete and Gala at Eleven a.m. DANCING IN THE EVENING. Hefreshmvnts and Booths of all Descript ions, iiound- abouts. Shows. in large nura^r?, will he on the ground, and arrangements have be.-n made with the best caterers of the district to supply refreshments at I moderate prices. For full particulars rc the letting of portions of the ground for roundabouts, shiws, refreshment tents small stalls, &c apply to Mk. w. J. MORKIS, Ty Melyn, Hotel, Llanelly, a«early as possible to avoid disappointment, ADMISSION BY 1ICKKI, whicii can be purchased near the various entrances at h. each. Prior to May ,28th tickets may be had at half-price everywhere GATES OPEN at 11.30. CHEAP JkictKalON TKAINS from all parts. Tor times and fares see G&Bf*ag t Bills. jgio i DELICIOUS. FRESH. PURE. NEW GRASS. NEW GRASS. MAYPOLE B UTTER REDUCED TO 100 10°. PER LB. lODe 10D. OUR CELEBRATED DANDAR MARGARINE or.. ;m. PER LB, 5d. 5D. MAYPOLE DAIRY CO., 207A, HIGH-STREET, SWANSEA. [1551 A WIDOW'S SACRIFICE. RXMAKKABLB STORY FROM LLANKLLY. A pathetic story has gone the rounds of this dis Irict, writes a I.1anelly reporter, in which a poor widow, at the advanced age of 78, of the name of Margaret Thomas, living ata cottage known as B. yti mawr, near St. David's Colliery. Lianeily, who for 20 years has been a martyr to great weakness and dropsy depriving her of the use of her general strength. She eventually became a perfect cripple, and failed to eave her rooms. The neighbours assisied her in every way they could. In thit state &he determined to apply for parish relief, and the generous Guardians allowed her 2s. Sri. a week, which had to pay rent and food for seven dayi. Her doctor had utterly failed to give her any relief in way of medicine. She had I spent pounds on one. thing and another, and at last bivkedown. Nothing to do her good this side o; the grave. One morning a eland passed over witha sma tilver lining in a fi itnd telling her to try and get a 2e, Sd. battle of Morel's Sovi'iu. How could she get it, and only 2s. fd. a week. At last, after a great tacjifice, she bought one, and then. found a true liend-her troubles left her, ber pains gone, her cnitch put away. Site Can now walk and have a look I iiHind.and go to her chapel, which she has not been able to do for many years. Anyone who doubts this story, go or write to I WIDOW THOMAS, Bryntnawr, near Bryn, Llanelly. Sold by all Chemists, Zs. 9d. and 4s. 6d. per bottle, or from tdOKEL'S DEPOT, LLANELLY AFTER THE INFLUENZA. All patients who have suffered from the Influenza agree iu statinglhat the after effects are more disagreeable than the malady itself. Tfte let-lings of depression, low spirits, help- lessness, and want of "eo" are almost un- bearable. The best treatment for this is generous diet and pleasant tonics. The be;t tonic >et prepared, and one peculiarly suit- able for this inalady is— able for this inalady is— GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS, THE VEGETABLE TONIC. SI'LCIMKN OF TESTIMONIAL. INFLUJSNZA. Berkeley-road, Bristol, June 13th. Gentlemen,—I have been very ill I with Influeu/a, followed by Conges- tion of Lhe Lungs. Three weeks ago oiy condition was critical, and when 'I INFLUENZA, tht danger passed I was very low and weak. ALoat a tortnight ago the INFLUENZA, doc-tor said that I should take a good ionic. 1 suggested "Gwiiym Kvans INFLUKNZA. Quinine Bitters." "The very thing,' I be eaid. take it three times a dav. INFLUENZA. Siace then I have Liken itieguiarly and feel wonderfully benefited. I has lestored strength to my limbs and given tone to my whole system — iouis sincerely, B. P. ClUCK, GWILYM EVANS* QUININE BITTERS THE VEGETABLE TONIC. Beld in 2s. 9d. and 4s. 6d. bottles. Samples Is. l^d. size SW-Ses the hame "Gwitym Evans" on ttamp, label, acti bottle. This is important as theres.re numerous imitations. Proprietors: QULNINX BITTRRS MANOFAC- tPRING Co., LTD;, LLAMKLLY, SOUTH WALES. [2527 TT O THE 10-MINUTE Breakfast Food Is not partly cooked ROLLED OATS or OAT- MEAL. It is twice cooked, once by steam, then drying for three hours with super- heated air. This process neutralizes the starchy elements, and removes those parts which, in ordinary oat- meal and rolled oats, ¡ire so irritating and indigestible. AGENTS FOR SWANSEA & MUMBLES* TAYLOR & CO. II (LIMITED). 2683 I

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