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REPAID ADVERTISEMENTS, I SOUT3 WALES Ir!"v POST. WOED,. j ONCR. | 1 20 Words 0 6 j 0 5 | 19 j 3t Words I 0 9 ) 6 4Q Words I « 1 6 j 2 3 1 60 Words I 1 i 2 0 I ° GC Word. t 1 S j 2 6 I 6 I i -pf Advertisements spee.tiea ^nsccutivs fc,ed to these »mch a,e iti^rtj„n. ,felthei mserticu, ar.d r«Hl for pre\Adver- these conditions is not comidn« • tteement will be charged by Apartments, Situation. Vae-Etilt Wanted, fo be Let or Sold. Lost, Found, tad Miscellaneous V »»»■ OPECIAL if OTICB.—Applicants parting reP"" w O Advertisements addreued to initials or 6ctiti, us ■ames, at this Office, are reeled aot to sen, original testimonials with their applications, but enclose copies of testimonials only. Advertisers are cautioned that Postmasters are not flowed to deUver letters addressed to lulUals or ILtmer* -me, at any Post Office. 1-tt.r. addressed to laitials or Fictitious Name-, cauhe .sat to tha Oflico of the South Wales Dally P»sU High. street, Swansea, and wiU be sept until appUed for IIr (fee Advertise*. NOTICE, The Sooth Wales Daiiv Fost" will be delivered direct to Subscribers from the Chief Offices, High street, SwsBaea, at the following PJBKPXIP RAT** f Per mcer Per Post, s. d. »• d. One Mentb1 » 2 ° Three M entire. 4 0 M-" 6 0 Six Months « 0 JJ 0 twelve M-nths 120 .———240 My irregularity In the delivery should be made tWB immediately it the Ciiitf OfiSow STTUATIONS VACANT. SERVANTS.—It is not always an easy matter ictiud » suitaiJe servant. but by Advertising in the "Daily Pest," you obtain, at least, a cumber ol applicants to choose from an important consideration. p COOK (middle-aged) Wanted: good wa £ es.: kitchenmaid kept..—Matron, Yeatmau Hospi Sherborne. RAPERY.—Wanted at once, smart Ju*i°r; four to six years' experience: Welsh.-APP' £ k £ } J Lloyd, Porth. r ~r.— ENEKAL Servant (trustworthy) ™ntrv~ \T fLfrfHi to take charge of bouse 111 tbe c^un 5. Good pLin cook. Thoroughly clean, and early riser. Man kept. Apply o ifi0k7-23'' Arne House, Wareham, Dorset. G"ROCEKiTandl*revisicns.— Wanted, an Assistant, willing to drive occasionally; -it'le f'( *1 Welsh and l>rmiuc highest references jf""1.1" situations; outdoors,-Apply livans, Lo} ^g^c^s' Mountain Ash. OUSKKKKPBK (working) Wanted immediately; two iuf»mily: abstoin-r; inurthayeundem-ole references; personal i"tervir;w j.re ^ch*.d Jones, 1, Seaview-terrace. Port I albot. rpo'Wheelwrights.—Wanted, a_ good I stanf 1 <">i" sui.kbl'/ jn.. ? T. Cadwalliiaer, Munderfield. Bromyaid, ford. — rfvj~Coachbuiiders. A Wheeler X diatt'ly; experienced workman. -1 d k?r ft tend v man.—Apply. wage, n 59^7-^3 5oas. Winchester. — iVrAiNTED immediately, smart girl as VV llaid.—Applv Bush Hotel. Swansea [^3k^W an Krrand Boy.-Apply J- s^^n> \V grocer 12, nathu^t-stre.t, Swansea. tirASTiiD Head Chambermaid; must have good We breference?-Apply Bush Hotel, Swansea^ *W"W"T* A JJL) A good PLAI* Cook dairy W Apply'Mr! Evelyn Waddimgton, Ihe W.Uov.s, Tsk. —r ~%XTANTED, a Girl, about 16 years of a«e W wish clethes.-Apply 3.eath-road^Hafod, Cwaasea. — Swansea — r W' aSiKD. a respectatle XU>y »bont 16; must ave g-ood character.-Apply A. Deggotts. 5^? Street, Swansea. WANTED, ."t resr.ect*M« (iirl as Imj o\er to t le Tailoring.-Apply Ji. Davidson, ytreet, Swansea. *7"ANTED- a «trong Lad, accustomed to hc.r»e. AT good charaeter. — Apply Cornish Daiiv, i7, St. Helen's-roati, Swariiiea. lUbk-i»_ W" A^Ti.I), a good reliable (ieiif-ral Servant; early riser; good character indifpensiu.c.-Mrs frimes, 14 Windsor-road, Neathj iiKl-m at once, .-xpcrienced respectable VV General Servant; ;mi»! liuve good cbarscter; l-.jply 229. High-street, Sw-mseiu i^^LrL- WANTED, good General Scr\ ant; small family; understand plain cooking. Apply ^•s* Robert*. 4, V< alters-terrace. Swansea. W' AJNXED, ei-Derienced Gciu'ral Servant., two m family, good characu-, squired.-Apply_Slrs. JctMas, 1, West bury-terrace. Swansea. riTTANTED, a HespectaMe (iiilaa General Servant; fV early riser must ha vr good charactcr -APP-> Denver House, l'raiaJani-terce^ Svyan^ea._2W(; hl"H7ANTED, strong Girl tor Washing, Ironing, V » Housework, Family Thiee; three servants. AddressK. S.. Daily "ansea^ Jul .j J WANTED at once, experienced General Servant, able to wash; small family;; good ^Trs. Evans. 53, Upper T)onal.i-Mre.it,. Cardiff 4ok7-Ib HlfAKTBD, young General Servant; s«mall family, i\V quiet place; nocliiMicu ^Ute 'vages. Mrs. Evans. 3, G'enview Villas. Llsndilo. 17bk) «XT ANTED, Ttrong activr General Savant; W reference required; wages .E12.-Appty Mrs ♦.Hard. 7, Alexandra-terrace. VVst Cross, ll.S.O^ 'STT/UITSU a General at ouce, about 15, one who "VV lived out before; country preterred.— -,9 «, m 241. liigb-strcet, Swansea. Jkpply betore i- a.m., wi, e 43k7-16 to light and —— ■■' 1— r — Two General Servants, PLANTED, for J ond. n. I Write 6taUng VV wageS, £ il)Mil',1" s ^Mter_ Jersey-road, «ge and character. M,s' 129k7-22 'Gloucester. —— — rvrrANTED, a good^-tiera^ Spryant^^o^ nou* W work ana see to the cook g, Holton- jpionth.-Apply at once, Mrs. Woodn 2_a7k'l '^2 [yoad. Barry Dock. — — TITAN'i'BD, immediately, gJ^Tfieneral W early riser; good character; onei irom tue (Country preferred.—Apply Mrs Hughes, ° 7^99 TNfr-ruad, Swanøea. WANTED, good General Servant, age lo to) 20 able to attend bar; ene shaking Welsn pre- ,ferred.—Apply 'X. Adams. Bunch oi Grapes. Marine street, Swansea. 10/lcj- £ — fTITfANTED, experienced Bervaut; able to do plain W cooking and iro'ing. Alio Girl, about lo, as Jiurse.—Mrs. James, 15. The Promenade, Mount IP lea Bant, Swansea. sbk,"i ntTTANTED, a yonng lady to make herself generallv VV useful, and assist in Hotel Bar.—Send age, where lived, and wages required by letter to Paily Post" Swansea. 92k7-21 -^XTANTED, sUid Working Housekeeper; washing ■\V fnrone and house linen; m us t have good rete- V a»e salary, and all particulars, by family.-Apply, ot^ fvCn "fa/Pentvpridd. JUrs Lyttle, Dundela, Ciltyny>.«. *• .vv 6gk7.18^ T «*-Cooks, Plain Cooks, ;irA»TBD inunediatelv, ■- and country,, YY Cook-Generals (S General' Nurses, OHonse Parlourmaids (^,udVD)'a Lewi3. High-class r^e. •AGGONERS.-T«o Young Men VI can milk alfo.Mr Dewnes, 1&k7-^2 y.-lton. Oswestry. iO EltVAMI'S Wanted.—ParenU Wanting l'tkpec_a M Service for their Girls, should wr^ite _jn„g 4. St. Mary-street, Hulme, Manchester. OUT Wanted (to live, in), used to sugar boiling JL -Apply. BtAiing wages and experience. to S. A Rummers. 7. Prederick-Rtic.rt. Llanellv. 733,¡7-28 TO LET. BUSINESS PREMISES. arpO Let, Corner House and Shop with fixtures. 61, JL Tincentr-atreet; Swansea, near Hospital. Apply ^Jo. 50. £ 9k7-lb To be l>rt.—Goad Shep and «I)welti3g-liouse, No. X 3. Heathnetdstr<-ct.-App)y W. lfees, The JUurels. Swans^v. Slkl-13 KAND Opening.—To Let, in central^ position, 4jT Corner Honse, Grocer's Shop, and Coal lard, •ll-heaitli cause of leaving.—Address for particulars, ^•Grocer," Daily Post, Swansea. 145k i- £ S' HOP and Premises to Let, Cromwe. l-street. Mount Pleasant;.moderate rent, good pc«ition.—Apply ^P«innrtit Br"g Monnt Pleasant. Swaaat k 46kb-lo SITUATIONS WANTED. IT i- "Love's 1-ai our Lost" lo vvamlcr ai o'.n in "ftveh of a i erilif 1 tit it :sa Situation gaintd »f }tn iutLe "Dailv PusL." bl:tn (27), abslain.-r. highest refe- A *1 encrs. se. ks Kmployment; warehouse or ;.ny position ot trust.—Apply T. 135, Strathnaim-s.ret-t. t;n I'd 1 ft'. °J* jS'AKE" Seeks Situation, Ft good rcfe- j) rence-Jol. Pud.iy, Hifih Ham, I,0. t, Somerset. LL.Xi <M -WioYl'rad.— T,Vauted. a good Seat of KeiMirs; i p will Ilia !<e if rt«.;uiied.—G. Mantell.20. Whitecliff Jj ii!-st reel,, ^landlord. J ^TTa'JH.MAN or Groom Coachinftu, thoroughly (_- Kood. Wi'.nts S'l-nation; ride, and drive emgie .Vpair; niu- Y.Mrs' rrfcre.iC.-Georgc Squ.ro. l ark- Cr, Soms^. OVEiiNi> disengaged, reouiies iie-cngagemcnt at once, !<> children under 12 years ot age.— Address B.A.; South Wales Daily Post. °*algg{j7.21 991j7,21 ;~1TouM S'-ek'f Situali,11. Single-handed or tjtlier- \T wi-e- age 20; 1 ght weight; good eh.«rnctM. A^plv.-staliil wages, C. Shergoid, Stourton L,und,y. B.itii. a 1 AKDENEK, hea.l. or good single-handed wants ix"; tuation; thoroughly experienced in all hi Miches- excellent references; abstainer; mauled, age 32 -\V. Iremlett, Cradley, Malvern, Worce»Ur- shire. _—————- nOTEI,S.—Book-keeper llequires Jfe-engagi iiient; tatula; and simt i.rx syttem; goorl leleiences KA.. Moithoe Hotel. North l>evon._ lfcdki- RKPO'fTKK (disengaged), seeks Si! uation; ful'r years' ex,ierience; used to Urge district -ts ti I,ry, S,ne-set,. SITUATION V/ant-d by a Young Lady in a l-'f^t taipnciiy.—Apply M", c o the Daily Poot, Hi«li- rcet, S wansea S"lYUATro.Wanted as Gardener; undeiftand vines, flowers, &c.; willing to make h>m,e generally uselul.-lTrancis. 6, Catherine-street^ tea. r7v> Master fail.»r8.-SiT7ation Wan^ M Trimmer I As«i«b'iit Cutter; age -1; tive ye.us x X OI AS 1 ty H. Osborn, Princr.s- penence; good leleienci». >> n- 67U7 iti married, „r could Manage Busmess.-Gordon Lodge, Jlortboe. Devon.-liire. rno" Grocers —Situation Wanted by highly I a ,le Y-Vuii" Mall oi good character as .lu.or ii^nt;'lZdon exneii-ce;. n«t lantv window dresser.- l*ci P'irn,^u l<1 The Grange, Worsley. Manchester. • « T ^'XTEDTSituation as Graoui; single-handed or t otherwise; age 27, five years good character. T. J, CliurchJWik, Montgomery. irANTED, by a Painter, constant Siuiatnm; g'xul referenc/sand iow wages.-Address G.l Csn\ ley-^stroet, ;\Cwf^'Ut!^ TTSTANTEO hv respecUible man, Situation or some \V i/J V, "of Trust; good .eference.-Api.ly W.M., Ga.den House, Cwmgiedd, Yst^dgynlais, K.S.U. 996jl.1 x\ANTKP by superior oerson. Housekeeper's \V situation, at once, in l.onie or buBiness house; thoroughly ctticieut. Apply Housekeeper, Da.iy Post Office. 7 .TTNTr Ladv requires Situation in Conf««tioner's :rs«:^3"=^r^|=; foniypridd^ I. TO LET-HOUSES. mo Let, House and Shop, central.-Appl.v■ W. X 1 Kidd, High-strret, Swansea. ^i.'T rpi7l7et732~Hewson-street; rent, 5s. 3d. per week. X — App'-v 8, Terrace-road, Swanbea. 78k' 18^ TO Lcl 21 Greenfield villas, Llanelly; immediate U IJCI., <-R ARIRLIV W Wilkins, Pencastell, possession. — Appl> «• I2ik7-i.2 Llauelly. T°aH«in Oxford-street-, Swansea. — — rpOLet-it^ea^^ in 1 13ik7^22 T^t No 2, Victoria-street, Uplands, Jiwanfte^; ] reitt'Bs. W. weekly.—Apply J<uu ii. -^b' s ;triet' £ *J?ntC± mo Let Six-roomed House. 27, Khyddings Park- I ° id- also Stable and Coachhouse in Pictr.ii- sea. — roii) Fet Six-roamed House, lately papered and Sunny bank; rent bs. Appiy fc i2Zk7-22 rjKJTTeT? pPisburv terrace, Khyddings. Swansea; t°9 t°9 Mumbles. — mn let 23 Xrafalgar-territce, conUining dra«inj{- T room dining-room, sitting-room, six bedrooms, bat hroom, kitchen, .cu.lerya.Hlsp.^ousyar'l^ec- bells throughout.-Apply Wliuani j.eauy. Lsendene. House. Trafalgar-ten ace, Swansea. FraS, in Cardiff. 6-ro.mrd House, three minutes/ 'JL walk from Queen-street aad l £ hymncv andiaff Stitioiif' healthy tituation. Also /-roomed IlOase, w^'t h bay' windows, g-, good ganlen; c^ busses. —Apply, Koiner, Lb9, Castle-road, r*-o L"t 84. Norfolk-street, Seven ltooms, vith X bUlaootriand lavauny basin; rent mod^te; also 31^ Si. Helen's-road, House, and ,-j _1 with ha!)room, w.o., and lavatories; ° u k Apply Iho'.na: Wstkins, and Co., Ltu., B.un '{i I:, l>er n rd, S wansea. OUSIO to Let, or Part;, jointly with couple; no children. For particulars, apply ™ the pieiri.es, Gore-terrraee, Swansea. — =• /TVGLAN D, Mumbles.—TO Let, No 5 and 6. | J Khandaila-1errace, containing y lo Mr. Tucker, 1, KUandaila-terrace, Mumble^^ -« V -M mnrs^i'^ I^t7^o^\7LWI"I>d-ro, ".e11 ]\1 fitted with nil modern improvements.- Jenkins and Co., 89. Oxford-street. Swansea. ,XT i,r ii<r_Tri l^et. Six-roomed Furnished M O^Uge; good view of Bay healthy posiUo'i; i!sei voir \vater. —Apply 1. Pro^pect-terrace^Norton, Alumbles. 156k?-22 -mlrTTMBLES.—To Let, Kurui-ued or Unfurnished, AJ Family Jiesidence, in picturesque scenery, pOft-ofbce; Ledroome. bath- and titl.bll', CORCh-house, lodge, Solicitor, Swansea. SOk7 Anglest>y.-Tbe Marine Hesi- & ••ss.rq. room <uer' be iet furnished wholly, or m stable, garden, lo be let —Apply Kev. Apartments, for August or Septemoer. II.O. Williams. APARTMENTS. Ai'AJSEi!.1S,T.AS 52 8. *»S^r fcjwatiscaj —— "TpIitXMKNl'S.-Front Sitting-room A. room to Lei, near the Albert Hall, bwansea. for particulars apply 23, Crailoca-stree 15,7^7.23 A PAKTMENTS.— Lodgings for aCo,u^ A table Lodgers, willi use of splendid pir. Apply 15, Malvern- terrace, Brynmill, Swansea. ^Terms moderate. — "XfaI'TMKNTS—Visitors ta the Koyal iiegaLUwill A find Comfortable Apartments in errace. facing the Bay.-Address • 7 1'i.st, Swansea. APARTMENTS.—Free Apartments to/<U^e Couple, without incumbrance, for trifling A tendtnce.-WrUe full particulars to Box X. x., Daily Post Oflic?, Swansea. -.pAKTMMNTS-To Let. Furnished Fr.nt SltXing- A > uom and Two Bedrooms; use of bath, hot or c^d. Cms moderate. Apply 7, Wallace, n.'ar Albert Hal). Swansea. A- ^TTTTtmeNTS. — Gentleman requires Furnished l/ooms with Homely, Musical People; sUte est terms- replies destroyed unless terms given.— lowest terms. 1 t ;> awauaea. Address Arthur, uai y ;S0k7-16 7rr^»717vTs; —To Let, well-fumished apart- nlen^ pL-'sant fituation; overlooking bay; ♦ jf tram and train; terms mode™te.-C.s. Bay View-U>rrace, off Gowe-lane. Swansea, TVUKNHAM. Somerset-4, J r"°3*^u m^oor^T Jj XoLct. Two Bedraoms and One near sea; terms moderate.—Applyas «hovejlo3k7 23 COUNTRY Lodgings.—Farnihouse, Merian Prysaii, L Caerwys. Flintshire, 2 bed-ocins and t s'tting- room, to Let, at once; healthy loealily.-Apply Wm. Ellis, as above. I>ITUNISHED Sitting-room and Bedroom to Let. —31, Belle Vue-street, Swansea. lt)<k(-^i ITUKNISHED Apartments, Farmhouse- bitting room one or two bedroairs, fishing; walking distance to Burnham.-M. C„ Kdithmead House. Highbridge. lbHU^_ T"! jjTEPHAN.—Wcil-1 uniished Detached Sca- I 1 "side Vilia (or Apartments) to Let for Summer Months; pleasantly situaud; lawn and garden; all conveniences; piano, moderate terms. — Appl\ Jcnklr.s, ea,e of Vicar, Llanybn, i^nstephan, Carmarthen. I MORTHOE, Devonshire.—To Let, Furnished Apartments; close to sea, extensive views,good cooking and attendance; board if desired. Apply Gordon Lodge, as above. tCSTjMBLKS.—To Let. F irnished Bed and Sitting IVI rooms, with attendance, 14s. per week; near bay.—Address L.ii., Daily Post Office, Swansea. J 114k7-21 O"Let, well-furnished Silting and badroom.-— Apply, 20, Brunswick-street, Swansea. 989) 1-16 LANiJlVlIV DOD We lfJ-Co. n f ort&hle A par tm en ts. Good Cooking—Ooiird, If required. Near^Pump Knoms.—Apply, Propiietrea?. Cavendish House, Llaudrindod Wello 99tjj/-21 1 THOUSANDS OF REMNANTS 'AND ODDMENTS \) k: ..£1.1- k 1' 1:' JL 0 1-.A AT EDWARDS, DAI' IES & CO. (LATE EI) W A I* DS Must be disposed of at Unusually Low Prices. IMILJIILIINIIM.'IIHIII MI AMI 1 N I I'IIPHI'IIW 11 ■ I IIWI wn~'i » OUR G Ti E T S~\i t„ ~TSr ~W~O TJ Ti G Tl E A T EEMNAST W /1 | 14 REMNANT ANJD K 1 U j I 1 I AX" O D 13 M E jST T .A—-B ta—<d—&—O D D M E TsT T PLEASE NOTE COMMENCES SATURDAY NEXT, JXTLT 1 BARGAIN S! BARGAINS! .J.- ,J'.¡. SPECIAL NOTICE. As til read v puKliclv intimated the Unbounded Success of this Sale has quite over-reached our expectation. Together witli the dailv increase of business beins^so great we lind that as a result from so very numerous transactions there has accumulated an Unusual ^fiantitv of Remnants and Oddments in every department. In order, therefore, to prevent any irregularity or detriment, to the keeping of our Stock to the tront we are compelled in this instance to hold our Remnant Sale much earlier than usual. t—MiUMiiii w —* M" 1*1*11 bTritrwrTTvi*Mgy^n'^T'T:-?"!g^ 'rwm THOUSANDS OF REMNANTS WILL BE FOUND ON THE COUNTERS IN THE FOLLOWING DEPARTMENTS TYPTTQQI^ GTTK<* PRINTS, CREPONS, GLINERAJ, DRAPERY. FLIRNISHFNG GOODS, CARPETS, NNVNOTHS'LINOLEUMS, LACES, RIPBONS, HABERDASHERY, (XENT.v MERCERV, HEN THP PEMALNLING PORTION OF OUR MILLINERY, MANTLES, AND LADIES' ALbU 1 4 A OUTFITTING. ALL AT EXTRAORDINARILY REDUCED PRICES. KINDLY CALL AND INSPECT FOR YOURSELVES. Oxford-street,Waterloo-street, Park-street, SWANSEA. i FOR SALE. If you have a House, Horse. Bicycle. Iricycle Piano, Perambulator, Cow. Cart, Watch, Wardrobe, Ort'an, Piano, Mdodeon. Organelle, trucy otht r conceivable article torSale, advei lite in the South Wales I -jiy l'ost," audyou v ill reach thouyauda oi likely customers. 1~0:i Sale, a Four-wheeled Waggon,—Apply S. A. ? Heed, 54. Nelson-ieri»c«', Swwmea. 1'SOK Sale, a new high-class llustic Tr»; a l)arg?.in. |-i — 4jji;ay H. Price, Coachbuilder. Ca.nv11U1e.n- road, Swansea. fl £ k/ ib_ FOtt Sale, Cheap, a splcudid solid-tyre, hollow rim Jr Safety Bicycle; t.e: rn.ke; good con(iii,ioll.- Apply 2, Duke-street, Swansea. 146k 1 -tt. UK Sale, Two well-built Houses, Iz and 73, Ithondda-street, near Mount Pleasant.—Applv John H. Jones, 37, VV;nd-»treet, swansea. 13Uk/ OK Sale, Nine florae?. Cobs, and Ponies.—Prices from £ 5 to £ 30 all go.,d workers; trial allow ed. Apply Brinkworth, Ciareucelnn, Neath. Wki-13 }]^01t iiaie. Handsome Napolean Phaton; good as A now; suit cob 14 hands, by Birchell S«wia™, price, £ 20.—Edwards, Coachbuilder, Neath. 30kMt- T^OK Sale Pneumatic Safety (lamp, belt, pump. &c.}, j? £ 6, werth double; giving up riding.-Apply Br-Xiks, Builder, 31, Wells-street. Canton, CardlK.^ 7TT, «7il aood Trap, suit business er pleasure; 1i^J !au:ps%ea™l;,cushions, b.ake.Ac £ 910». Brooks^Duilder, 31. Wells-street, Canton. Gard.ff. Uenrj c!»D»,Myni0d w""B,irl^{9 Sale"new Kaliigh Cart- Two new KusUc Dog- F Cart- Bakers Handcart, ana Two or 'ihree a 1 i"Hi, (JarL* -Jumes 6, Gowor 'lradesmeii s Li^til btiect, _———————- Bav Horse Coh, 13.3. ,¡x old; FS S3 Iorker; vinne" no urther use; no dealers.—Apply », ly Main dee, Newport- — — I-^TTj, ^i. Three 5-Koomed Houses in Firm-street l'w«> 6-l(oomed Houses, vvith ^thro^ j Tw., ditto and One8-Koomed House j;honrtda-6treet, I reasonable offer refused.— in Crouiwell-streei., no waso iao 966}1-19 Apply al, lthcnnda-street, awansUa. JU 121&1. Cylinder,4 with two drunib. by ltobey and llo,)f.1for 60/7011>11. pi-essure Also 161n. Horiwntal lingiae aud Apply (;. E. aDd H. M. Peel, :)WII.D5eL 958;7-18 > Sale Powerful Dark-brown Cart Horse; 17 bonds six yeat s' old, very acuve; suit con- X. hands, ij,nlier hauliers, or others war- —oM^KfTIONBlty Businesa for Disposal, main °CS« splendid opening for energetic person.-Apply Box 10, Daiiy Port Office, Swansea^ G" l'cNPINE Little Businesa for Sale, in Fopuloua Neighbourhood; established six: yean be worked by* iady. 'lOUn^ T; W., SoutU Wales Dally Post, awausea. —;T^7Ta M PTON .—For Disi>osal, in the above pro- V (>rr,a Town, a Cenuine Picture Frame Makers s aoathampton.^—■— — MISCELLANEOUS SALES. TVKKAD Van for Sale, Hire, or Exchange for Open 13 Carl-G. Clark, Coal and Iran Merchant, Neath-road, Swansea. CUSHION Safety Bicycle lar Sale, tangent sjiokes, C in good condition, £ 2 10s. -Pocle s Dying an Jfeaning Works, 47, Waterloo-street, Swansea. PIGEONS.-Fifty Tipplers and Tumblers for Sale (giving up keeping). 3s. per pair.-Ap^y Win. Mvans, 16. liodtiey-atreeU Swansea. 144U7-_2 ONEY and Jam Pols for Sale, all sizes; Glass and Stone Pickling Bottles; all s«rts of Bottles iu stock. Jos. Heron, lo. Llangyfelach- stwt, Swansea. — —^ FRENCH Novelties 6d. each. Three for Is.. 3s. 6d F per Dozen through po-t extra stanip.—Prof. Deakiu, Alexandra-road, Swansea. BLOATEKS, Kippers, Haddocks, and Ham-cured B li.;d Herring-a.-Smail shopkeeper would do well to enquire price. from P. Moiyueux, fisb MIce- nian and curcr, 120, High-street. ON Bale, Zood Portable and Vertical Engines, with 0 Boilers, Sim. to lOin. cylinder. each,-Apply lid ward Stone, New Dock, Llauelly 4S6L YEUTICATi Engine and Boller (4 b p.), Shafting, V Pulleys, Belts, &c„ U» be bold; a boxgjlin; good wut king ofder.- Ctirttt, .mandford. oJkl-ll TWO Lancastoirc Boilers, 30 by 7. Two ditto 2S by T 7. Goad for 601b. pressure. Exorptionaay cheap.-ParticutMs and prices apply Thes. G. Lishman, Bugiueer. Queen ^-row, B.istol Tele- graphic Address; Uehman. BrietoL 161k LD Sw^uasea, Worreater, Crown D*ty sad other China for Sale. Also Antique Glass, Old Paintings and Engravings, hsndso.ne Chippendale Chairs, Ac. -VjeCters only to Collector, 77, Jveppocii- sti est, Roath, CardiC. 117k7-21 I'tIeLD^GLASis for Sale, 20 miles range; perfectly JT clear definition, leather sling case; cost two guineas this season; perfect arder; accept 12s. fid.; apptovaL—MiM Rose Wilson, 17. Westbourne-terrace North. Taddington. London, W. 9710.7-21 OPOBT.—Noiseless Rabbit Rifles, 9s Pocket Rifle6, IO iie 6'3; Cai tridgea. la (xt 100; Boy's Own Uuus," 2s 6d; flarden Gnus, ?s 6d, V.Tieric.tu Pocket Cata- pnlts, Is 3d; Preserved Salmon Roe, most deadly Salmon and Trout Bait, Is bd bwc. Shooting and Fishing Requisites, Games, Ac. List Id carriage paid. —John Eggleston, Naturalist, Sunderland, 37k7-16 PRETTY Music Parcels, Is; Two, Ls 9d; carriage paid.—M. Stella, 20, St Paul'a-road, Salisbury. 141k7-29 FfUt greatest Bargains in Children's Millinery Costumes. Pelisses, Sun Hats, and Bonnets, go to M. A. Gladwin, Ladies'Outfitter, 74, Oxford-street, S" ansu. 132a.7-22 UGSLEY SONS. 24, Vy >VJUO street Swansea, are Clearing Off their Immense Stock of Paper- hanxloitt at Cost. Tradasunulird 6k8^6 MISCELLAMEOUS WANTS. I WANTED, a good Nairny-Goat, must be a g.»od luilkcr.- Address, lull particular*, to^Goat, Di,iiy Post.. Swansea. 150k/-la ANTED to Rent.. Small House (nerme:.i ni ly) at v? Mumbles view of bay; state terms, rooms, ere. —Alpha, Daiiy Post. 68k7-lrf W ANTED, l'amilv Washing, ifooddryinggrounds; reasonable charge:. — Apply S7, Western- street, N*» ansea. i00n7-24 OlJsB (with live or six roouu) Wanted in a C, H .fts tin e; res(««ctablf. iJPTghbouiIVfcotf; witTliJ tea minutes of High-street.—Address W.E., Daii^' Poet, Swansea. 8C0n XTURsFCbild wanted; e\ery care; near sea; or 1. would adapt with good premium; highest. reference,—D.W., 30, Town-street, Laad^iort, Ports- mouth, Hants. 173k/- 2* TO Railway Companies, Local B<iards aad others. Wanted t*> Purchase or Rent gaod Ferry, by owner of suitable steamer.—Address, in first instance, '• Ferry," Dally Post, Swansea. LOST AND FOUND. OST, Gold Watch, on the New-raad, Mumbles.— LOST AND FOUND. OST, Gold Watch, on the New-raad, Mumbles.— 'l'ho tinder will be rewarded on returniaif aame to the Police-station, Mumb'es. 175k/-24 LOST, from field near Skettv. Wednesday evening last, 1 Welsh iweand 2 Welsh Lambs, marked scissors cut on neck and rump.-Anyone giving ig- formation to T. A. Evans, Cattle Salesman, Swansea, will be rewarded. 5033 FOUNliTjuIy 8tb. a Scotch Collie Dog; if not F claimed in three days will be scld to defray ex- penses. — Apply Gwindy. PentrecuwyUi, Foxhole, :Swan.ea. 64k7-1d '!8' MONEV. SOL. HAT-NEXT, li. Dynevor-place, Swansea, ad vance* from £ 3 to £ 3('0 oaily to respecUl.leappli- miiis, no inquiiy fees^ 1 T» ~l' ESSKS-J A MBS and JAMES, G ower-street, M Swansea, nre prepared to undertake mortgages uion sound ii. rboid and leasehold mvestmenU. Send citieiiliirf1 o< r**onircmen1^s. — TlASH ADVANCED 1V I. SKUNK. L upwards, on j ersonal iwJ H-pavable to suit the convenience of boi-rowers. Unce no object,- Apply personally or by letter, 9. G KOVK-PLACE. Swansea. 4jb ONKY.—You can Borrow One Pound trom L. Barnett, f, Heathfield-Ureet. on any valuable ecurity^orJ^Mjr^non^wm ecurity^orJ^Mjr^non^wm +- SCHOLASTIC. S~ HORTHAND rapidly and effectively taiiKhtbya certificated teaclier. For terms apply J. Crair shaw. 8, Bay View-terrace, off Gorse-lane, NAVIGATION AND SHOltTH AND SCHOOL, N 2 ^OXFORD-STREET- SWA.NSIA- Messrs. J. and B. HAKKIS, First-cJafs uertilicated Teachers.—Ca>ulDATK.s Su^s.sFC^v preDared for Au. Local. MAKXHK BOAHI> ExaMUcaTioas. Twenty-four recent successes of Masters and tatcs, rna'oiity passed on first trial. -ITM A1N SHOKT- BAKD rapidly taught to speed of over 1U0 words a minute. Success and Pitman's Proficiency Certiti- cates guaranteed. Arithmetic, Book-keeping, sani- tary Inspectors; Ac. 339'¿ FRENCH AND gi IIORTIIAND. LESSONS In the above Subjects by MR. AMBROSE HOSKINS, M.J.I. (Teacherof Shorthand at the Swansea Intermediate BcbooJ, and of French and Shorthand at the Kverrug Clnsdes of the Swansea Technical School and Con tinuation Classes of the Swansea Sciuol Board). Evening Classes for either subject-I moderate rat e For Terms, Ac., apply Westbury House, Bryuy m o- oad. Swansea. MUSICAL. CHAULliS EADON, Brunswick street. Swansea (from Broadwood and Sous, lxjiidon), l'l^nos ?nd Organs from )0«. monthly, Tun'ng, -s, 6d.; recommendations from Drs. Turpin anil G ladstone^ 922i7-9 PREVIOUS to Stocktaking, we are Offering our r entire Stock of splendid Pianos, Onpuif, Har- moniums. at a tremendous Ueduction for either Cash or Easy Payments; 200 instruments to selec t from. Esteg Organ, £ 14, equal to new, original price £ 23 2s. A uselul little Parlour Organ for 95 cash, worth Rouble. Also larger Organs at JS7. £ u, E9, and £10- luspectiou Invited. This is a genuine opportunity. Thompson and Shackell 'Limited), 32, Castle-street, Swansea. 48'-J3 PIANO, Upright Iron (rrand, by J. HopkinsMi, £ 18 18s; worth double. Collard Piano. £ 10; liiard, £ 14; Kelly Piano, jBIS £ 2U, £25, and £ 30.— Thompson and Shackell, Limited, 32, Castle-street, Swansea. 4.998 1>IANO (new), iron frame, incised gilt panel front and sconces, bracket, trusses, and trichord ful| compass, only 20 guineas, payable at lis 6d per month.—Thompson and hhackell. Limited, Castle- street. Swansea. 4Y28 PIANO.—Our 24-guinea Piano Is the bec»t value f.T offered metal iramn, trichord, brass pin-plate, check action; wonderfu)va)ue;Hs. P-r month; easy payments.—Thompson and Shackell, Limited, Cast le- street, Swansea. THE Monthly Payments are so low that there need be no home without, a Piano, Organ or Har- monium. All instruments guaranteed, tuned and delivered free, to any part. The Largest Pianoforte Dealers in the Kingdom. Write for prf, lists and photo. Notetue address Thompson »uu 'e if. Limited, Castle-street, Swansea. 49SM 7*1 | 1 i a.—First-rate Pianoforte in handsome JbJ jt l x walnut case, with check action; full trichord; raarqueteiie panei-fi-rot and sconces; a bargain.— Gwynne Brader. 17, Heathlield-ttreet, Swansea. 1 '8k /-24 pi Q "l (IS.—^Upright Iron Gnuid Piano, line ti ne; JtJ J It/ oblique strung; list prioc, Z\i guineas; a genuine bargain; eall and see it.—Grwynne H. Brider, 17, Heathfiefd-street, Swansea. 17Sk7-24 jpOQ—Piano in r«s<}wo»iu, in perfect order; panel- ,3 "ntaud arorces; a great bargain; call and o-tee it; it cost new 68 gnineas.—Gwynue Brader, 17, Heathfield-street, Svwansft. 'Cows PQA—Tobacconists (eomraencing). Write for Illua" j" /<l I irated Guide (260 pages), 5d. How to Open a Cigar Store from £ 20 to £ 2,000,—Tobacconists' Outfitting Co., 186, Etiston-road, London. N.B. Shop fitters and &berw-ease makers for all trades. Bstimatea frse. Hsnager, Henry Myers. Established IMS, (17K TRADE SPECIALITIES. j") RUSHES.—Busheii and Co., Cambrian Brush ) Works, New Oxtord street, bwatii*. Largest Brush Mauufact-ureia in Wales. Also Corks, Mats, li.itke(s, Ac. 4321 IT'X'l'liA Stoiil aud Pale A.le, 2s. 6d. per O.en Pint J2j Bottles. James aud Co., Humphrey street, Waiter-road, Swansea. 4011.7-16 M" j.i»Ii and CO., 15, HeathtieM street.. Saddler ■ and Haim-ss Makers. Ad band-sewn oiders piinctuaily atteuded to. 02* L"_X~and T. UULI.IN, HeathOeld Mews. Ptmeral Carriages, Brakes, Ac. Cabs always ready, L Carriages, Brakes, Ac. Cabs always ready, Telccn.nif, -'Bulling Telephone. 65. 320 M'VKLMAN, iM, Western-street, Swansea. Best 1" Pi ice given for Cait-off Gent. l,ad ies', and Children's Clothes. Families waited upon by appoint- ment, 1614 WEETS, 2id. lb.; Creams, Candies, Caramels. But- ter Cups, Chocolates, Ices; low prices at Dewy s American Canay Stores, 39, Oxford-et.rt.et Swansea. 3Wk7-lb USIKESS Cards (plain and ornamental) printed promptly and neatly at the "Daily Po»t Printing Woiks, 211, High-street, Swansea. Pricas moderate. 4^12nlO-i.i_ itEISSMAKKK requires Work at ladies' houses, differ weeky. Apply Mrs Johnson; Stationer, v'ryu-y-alor-roaJ, Swansea. 108k(-21 W"' "ATKINS, PIumber,"Plymouth-street, Swansaa, for all Gas s,id Water Repairs; Incandescent, Lights at low est prices; post orders receive prompt! attention. 1 J" AMES 7nd CoTfoTExtra Stout and Pale Ale, 2s, (id. ]»er rtonfti pints.—7 a»d 8, Humphrev-street. Walter-road, usea. 163k7- £ 3 \\T J. MAliLKS (eldest sou of the late Mr John VV s Mai ies, Uichnrdson-»tr»et), Iluilder and Fur- nishii^j Und* rtak<fi, 18, J.x»v* rrOxtord-street, bwansea, Jobbiug W«>rk generally executed. 940)i7-29 LllOlt 1Al7 Cards~ Ta>,tefuIty PrlnieU at the Daily post l'rinting Works, 231, lligh street, Swansea. A large variety «U apectmeni! kept iu b\\ IUI"e;¡. A large variety ot pcimem. kept iu Muck. 401nl<i-30 SAFES, lion Trains, Colliery Screen, Egg-end Boiii rs, 5i.in. ana 1-iu. Cylinder Engines, bt«ivee, for Sale, bargain,—Birt, 47a, 3traud, Swansea. I64k7-51. ri'MlKTalkof Swansea,—Magnificent Blooms of len JL Week Stock*, 10 to 12 inches long; sixteen dis- tinct result of growing Kjtley's Seed. llik7-21 BOOKS for Ilandselleis, Auctioneers, Barrow-aaen, Markets, & 7cwt.. in bags and on the rails for 208.—C. J.uwe. li ..<ic Exporter, New-street, Birming- ham. _95k7-ZJ_ FITPIK E GYCI.KS A 11E T H E BhST."—Write ¡ tj for Souvenir CatJiloguc, post tree S. M. Justin aud Co., Stokes C-oft. I'actory, 2, Bi istoi. iP°k_I /"VIIARLKS DAVlltS, 28, College-street, Swansea, L ior Yachting Caps, with Prince »f Wales for the coming Roval h'tgutta. bj>ecial and Straw llats. lWk(-ll_ j SEVERAL 1,'ustic Traps and Stylish Gigs, equal uow; tio rcasoUHble off^r Lamps, cheapest in Wales.—Saddlery Company, Alexaudra-road, Swansea^ KliviNG Machines. — Family lland Lock-stitch Machines, 40s. with Cove:, 60s. A quantity of Secon.t-band Wilcox and Gibba Machines Hand Machines. 12s. Sd.; Treadle Machines, 18s. 6d.— Fletcher, Middle-street, Yeovil. 166k7-24 i" IIDEk!— Genuine English, in Cask, from 9d. per c (>allon; also Bottled Oidtr and Perry, —W. F. Bull and Oo., 10, Union-street. 4807 1fbHKJAMI\. Saddli-r, Ac^Portland-street,Swan- oeM, Ail harness made on the premise*. Port- manteaus rind Bags reiMired. Locks, hasts, and keys titled with distxttcb. 4687 ROYAL Regatta,—Hicks'Regatta Cake at bd. i-er lb,, unequalled. Picnic part es catered for at he shortest notice.—The W-Itwr rad French Coll- ection, Swansea. 81bj7-143 CIlilCKKT Fix ti ire Cards Quickly. Cheaply, and CIlilCKKT Fix ti ire Cards Quickly. Cheaply, and J r.e*t!y Printed at the Dally Post Printing Work. 211, HigL.-sl.itet, Swansea. (40Cnl0 io t)OUXH!KI)INn. For ^ood and suosiantlalBInd- j nig. go to the Daily Post Printing Works, 211, High-siit-ei, Swansea. n Jt'NGMAN, fro; i-ctreet, holds tee largest stock o' J MII,: ^ccnd-haUii Harness iu Wal««, at I ices to suit cvet v' cay 71ii I CIORKS, Bottles, Spirit Flasks, Labels, Pipe. Cigars J oiali descriptions, '■est and cheapest at Bailey's, Cork and BoU'.e Stores, Alex.indra-road (30^4 "\¥7"REAXHS. Crosses, and Floral Designs of all Tv Descriplions M.ioe to Order at the shortest. Notice; also a Variety ot Artiticial Wreaths.—A. L. Kitiey, Florist. 3'7, Seboolsj, Swansea. 2751 MARQUEKS, Pavilions, Bdl Tents, flags. Shields Tarpaulins, Poultry and Pigeon Pens, on Hire — Jonathan Jones. Swansea. 797j7-15 4>S. i?D. will buy ttie tineat Spectacles or Polders in the world. No better lenses can possil'iy be made.—Ei< !e agent for Swansea :md District for the Automatic Sight, testing Company (Limited), W. George, Mai kt t Drugstores, 10, OxMrd sl reet lt'i 1"> FRKEDMAN and CO.—Astounding Bargains • fi r cash. Bamboo Overmantels. 7s lid 11^3k7-^2 1> I RBEDMAN and CO.'S Bargains this day. • Wire Spring Mattresses, 9s 6d. PFKEEDMAN and CO.'S Bargains. leather • Drawing-room huites, £ 3 l7»6d. 13iik7-2/- I) PUEEDMAN ami CO.'S Bargains this day. • Brass Raii Bedsteads, 13s 9d. 136k7-l;2 PFltKBDtfAN and CO.'S Bargains this day. Graud display ot Oak and Office Furniture. See windows. 137k7-22 T' ) FREEDMAN and CO., the only Leading « FuruUhes.— ol, Uigti-stieet, Swansea. UoHk7- £ 8&4idle, coni- T>ARGAlN. —Gentleman's Hun:ing Saddle, com- 13 plete, with Nickle Irons, tiist-class Double Rem T>ARGAlN. —Gentleman's Hun:ing Saddle, com- 13 plete, with Nickle Irons, tiist-class Double Rem Bridle, Nickle Bit. Curb, Nosehnnd, Lut £ 2; wut on approval.—G. Smith, Wernailan Stud Farm, Maixiv, near Abergavenny.. 12bk7-22 Mlt. William Oxley. Private Enquiry A^ent, lale Detective-sergeant Cardiff Pollcc. Confidential Investigations.—83, Alexandra road, CardiC. Highest references. *320 HOME Sewing.—Plain Simple Work, p^-r Parcels Post, £ 1 weekly easily earned, persona required 1 everywhere; pa'teiriiand instruction bovk,6 stamp*; rr-ny atvertisementn nilslwt; this is genuine.— Wilhv^ Sar:ietowr>. Deu.sburv. 82k6-I9 l MISCELLANEOUS. PATKNTS.- Henry Kinsfy Cor suiting Engineer, and Patent Exper I; assistance and ad vice given, 36 years' experience,—Robin Hood Works. Beflevue- street, Swansea. 4258 RACES.—Swansea Horscand Foat Races, Augusc 3rd.—Entrv forms to l>e had at New Oxford Inn, bwansoa, or 40, Windsor-road, Neath. 113k7-2i TREORCHY ATHLETIC SPORTS to be holdBANK TREORCHY ATHLETIC SPORTS to beheldBANK HOLIDAY, August 3rd, 1893, when about £ 1C0 will be jfiven in PrUes- Finest Coarse in South Wairs. Trotting and Galloway Racing. For par- tioulars apply 1'. MORGAN, 3, Cemeter; rosd, Troorchy, it bond da Valley. 101kT-21 ri^O Farmers.— Morris and Evans, the EoiKlon Welsh I Farm Produce Providers, i^. Great Dover-street, London, S.B., offer top market prices for every des- orlption of Dairy produoe. Cirrphillv Cheese a speciality; samples and prices invited. Smart Welsh Coba Wanted. 4546 MATRIMONIAL Post and Fashionable Marriuge Advertiser.—Ihe only Marriage Negociat-ur for All Classes, l.uvelope, 1-d Ktlitor, 9, Nicholas- street, Bristol. 4185 POP Bottles. Pop Bottles.—Ready to be delivered te any address, town or country, by Simpson, Dealer in lings. Bone" Bot.tlo and China, 272, Car- martben-road (Kf of lligb-?treet), Swansea. 206j7-25 ARIBIOIXE'S W OliKS, complete col Hired plates; genuinr edition i>t stamps. "f risby Night, or Gay l He «n Paris" (illnstiated), 30 uamps. jaist free.— £ .uoier, 27. Per:liaw-etrwt, Liverpool, listab'islied 18^2. Paue.ntji' iiie OW Firiu 1 '42 ASTROLOGY.—Man ,'a: future prospects, toisi- nest success, Ac., is., partner described, seven siamns; send blrthtliue.- Prof. hvans. Ohevaiier- slrcet, Ipswich. Lilclong experience. 683]7-1/ MARHIED Lady has a Valuable Harmless Recipe of great importance to ladies.—Stamped addn ssed envelope for paiticulars, Mrs; Ai. Wilson, lildor Or«»vet Sheffield. 66416 MATRIMONY.-Tradesman w ishes to corresjiond with a maiden iady with a view to marriage; informal, the same as himsell. — Mr J. Ornie. 1: ridge-street, Totton, Hants- 111 L ASTBOLtMJY.—Your future foretold concerning marriage, future partner, family, legacies, bu&iocss, fortunate seasons, ruling, planet, etc, Forward Dirth date. 12 stamps, and stamped envelope, —Madame Sinclair, 8d. Victorla-atreet, Brutol. 155k7-23__ ASTHOLOGY.—Your future foretold; marriage, i hildren, changes in circumstance", inurneys, legacies, etc. —Send date of birth, 11 stamps, and stamped envelope, Mr. Cole, 3i), Cheltenham-nlace. Brighton, Sussex. 54k.-17 Brighton, Sussex. 54k.-17 SECIUCT Oases Cured by Herbal Treatment cure guaranteed medicine through post, 2s. Zd. 35 year's experience'.—iVotessor Deakin, II; ibalisi, Al-xandra-rond, Swansea. 840j9-2S I THE Perfection of Medicine.—R. A. Kssery, Esq.. J.P., Ce.fn Br.vo, G(<wer, thus describes Be van's tpccilic for Neuralgia. Tic, anti Tooth-ache, as p-ftcxibed by the late Dr Tom Williams, of Wind- | ftre-et, Swansea. — Prepared <>nly hy M'. George, M.li.P.S., Market Drug Storea, lo, Oxford-street. 2015 2015 SONTOMlCA FOK WORMS Au excellent Remedy for Worms in Children of all age. aud ;Ilošt etlicacioi^ in dislodging and thoroughly eradicating those patasites I which infest the Stomach ud Bowels No aperient of any kind is required 10 be taken after Sontonica, as it dispenses with all purgatives, es- pecially Senna, which is frequently pulsive and disagreeable to most Children. Sontonioa is quite harmless, and oan be taken ',y the moxtdelicate ehi !d. Price 7id„ pest-free 9d.— Pr-. pared by Moses Jones M.P.S., 12, High-strret, Swansea. 49JM I' If 11 I (*n bT SAN FORD'S BAT POISON I# 11 I L 11 which is said by Partners and H I 3 I ril oti>era te bn tbe t>est ever Intro- 111 klalal# duevi, as tbey r.nd the rats dead, Hundreds Di teitiinonUle from Farmers and others. Also l'oisan tor Killing Mclea. new disaovery, answers welL Land infested with these peats can l» apeedily clearrd by using SAN KURD'S MOLU PulSON. Price post free,oi SAN FORD and SON, It. M.. 1.. W., 2.a. bo Id by all ChemlsU. A SECRET UNFOLDED AT LAST. It is a positive fact that no one in the world has been aUlc to put a beaui-tftil pearl-like Gloss i»n Linen, Guhs, Collars. Ac., so Eisr and i^t ICK, as bv using the MBW DOitOTHY LINEN GLAZti! It is the Pride of the World. The work of ironing is turned into pleasure. Try fU and judge for yourself. A child can u^e it. Sold by Grwef s. Ac., everywhere, in Id. aad3d. packets.—Manalacturers G. TURLEY and COM58, Kdgbaston-eti-eet,BIRMlNGHAll. (3'lt- GOOD NEWS FCh LADIES A LADY, tiie duafihter ol a lata eminent Pbysieian, will be pleased to forward lull particulars (on receipt of a btamped directed envelope) of a Certain Cure for all forms of lrregu- hu ities, no matter how caused er liow long standing. Ibis remedy causes sio [iaiu, nausea, or prustrat ion 1 whatever.—Madame M. T. Doceuas, 127, Gaisford street, London, N. W. A Positive Cure Guaranteed' Honre- á till 9 p.m. on 'i'.iesdnys, Thursdays, or by «,pp<.iiitn»ent. Name tbis papet. A0^3 NERVOUS DEBILITYV&C. A (ftntleica-.i having tried in vain ever* kr.iwu remedy, has discovered a simple ttlf cwrt for Nervoi;s Debility Spermatorrh^ Eziiausted' Vitality, Premature Decay a»ost Manhood, The Brrars of Youth, Kidney and IJvei Coinplainta, and all Diseases of the Urinary Organs, whielt he will be pleased to.orwardon receipt of statnpod- »ddi»sssd eavrtope. Address HENRT DAVIS, BBQ. Corroai. LoÐQE, CHIASBRRU Puses. BKIOHTON, Susbtx tttaue this ^an;r>, _'0 WflLLIAKS' CPonUrdawe)'TTorm Lorenges. ro 1! over thirty years this highly valuable remedy hnstBet with the greatest success. Th." effect I.pon weak delicate children (often given at incurable; Is tik* magic. Getting rid of this tormenting pest by U<in« the.e lozenges, the thin.pale fuced, inanimate Bbiln beeiineastrong,healthy, and lively; the pride. Instead of the anxiety ot bis gxiaruians. Sold at 9sd 1/li, and ZJ9 per box, by most chemists; or for M or M atampelrorn J. Davies, chemist, Iligb-street, i Swansea. A list of teettoisnials, symptoms, Ac., an application, "Sir,—I have for some time used your Anthemintia or Worm Loiengws in my family, and And them a very 8ptleliy and efficacious ou'c foi aeeeaaide. and their agreeab'e andconvexiieutform is acreatrecMBmeodatien forchiWren^fl'. Huteh r son 1 tl*»oX iti^rdcn- THE EMPIRE. I MONDAY, JULY 13th AND DURING rllli WEEK. £125 FOR A WEEK— I: THE ORIGINAL LUMIERC A Pllr I nder MR. TREWEV. This instrument, the first and betl, exactly rs at Lne Empire Loudon, is beyonJ comparieou with any of its kind. A bight t« be talked W all over the Town. MR. JAKE GRAHAM. Vocal Comedian. MARGUERITE, Bender Par Excellence. JACKLEY AND FRETELLI, the Chair Wonders. I MISS BESSIE HINTOX, the Coster Queen and Lady Whisker. MR, CHARLES PAYER, a Humorous Singer. JOHN POWKLL, an Expert in" Clog Danciog. I THE SIX BROTHERS LUCK In their Furiously Frantically Fanny Sketch-The Demon of the Cellar. TRAFALGAR FAMILY HOTEL, OYSTE RMOU TH-ROAI). SWANSEA. RE-FURNISHED THROUGHOUT. UNINTERRUPTED VIEW 01 THE BAY MANAGEKESS A^TISTIE J O 2ST E s, 50031 LATE OF THE LONCLANDS HOTEL. A- L B E n H ALL, SWA N S E A. TRADES, FOOD, LAUNDRY. & COOKERY EXHIBITION. JULY 21sT TO olsx, UNDER THE PATRONAGE OF JIIS WORSHIP THE MAY Oft PROMENADE CONCERTS. FREE FOOD SAMPLING STALLS. C 0 0 K E K Y DEM O N S T RAT IONS AT Tbree and 50 p m. Daily, A D M I S S 1 ON FREE. 5047 I ¡ SALES BY AUCTION. I IMPORTANT SALE OF FREEHOLD AND LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES, Situate in WELLINGTON-STREET. PRINCESS- SI itEET, HKrH STUMT. ST. HHLhN'I:i-AVENCE, Swansea, and COED-SAESON-CRfcSCENT, Sketiy. MR. FRANK E. TUN BRIDGE has been favoured with instructions to offer for SALE hy PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Roval Hotel. ] High-street, Swameea. "n TCKSDAY, July <2Sth. 1396. the undermentioned valuaMe FREEHOLD AND LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES, I Via.. Let 1. All that Freehold Dwelling-house and Pre- mises known as Wellington Cottage. Wellington- Btreei. Swansea. The house has a frontage of about, 20ft., a depth of 8t>ft. or thereabouts, aud contains front and back parlours, kitchen, wasn-house, three bedrooms, and two attics. The Premises are now held on lease by Messrs. Powlesland and Masen for 21 years from 25th December. 1381. at the low annual mital of £12. lessees doing all repairs and paying all outgoings Lot 2. All that Dwelling-house and Premises ciown as No. 1, Wellington-street, Swansen, II. W occupied by Mr. John Bdwards, at a rental of Cb. cid. per week The above i s held for a term of 94 years from the 25th day of March, 1530, at a ground rent of £ 1 4s. )«riiBnum. Lot 3. All that Dwelling-house and Premises know n as No. U. Priacrst-su-cet. Swansea, new occupied by Mrs. Bees at a rental 01 dElb ¡¡er annum, landlord paying rates and taxes. ihe)ttove!t held for a term of 99 years from December 2t.th, 1&45. at a grounu lentof £ 1 12s per annum. Lot 4. All that Dwelling-house and Premises known as 12, Princess-street, Swansea, a-»w occupied by Mrs. Chamlterlain at a fatal 01 £ .iti per Lailum. landlord paying rates and taxes. The above is bald for a term ot 99 years from December 25th, 1835, at a ground rem ol £1 12s. per annu m. Y,ot a. All ihote Three Shops and Premises know, as Noa. 94, 96, and 96. High-street, Swansea, held tor a term of 99 years from the 2:"1 J.¡ day 01 March, 1S02, at a yearly ground rent of £4411, This Let is b!hl and will of sold snttiect to an t. nderiease to Mr. Abraham Joiiu tor the whole of the residue of tbe said term, except the lait t"o dHya thereof, at the annnal rental ofjUSb. Lot 6. All that Dwelling-haute and Premises kaawn as No. 73. St. Heien's-avenue, .-wansea, now occupied by Mrs, Moultou at Sa 6.1. per week. Lot 7 All that Dwelling-houseand Premises known as 74, St. Helen s-avenue, Swansea, now vacant, loul reeent ly let, at a rental lit 8s. 6a. per week. The above are held on lease for a terfn of 99 years from tbe27tii day of September, 1875, at the aiiuual ground rent of £ 8 8s. Lots 6 and 7 will first lIe offered in one lot. and then, if not sold, will he offered sepaiatelyas IId- vertiscd, and the ground rent will be equalIv apportioned. Lot 8. All that Dwelling-house and Premises situate in Coed Saeson-crescent, Sketty, and being near the Main Turnpike road, leading from Sketty towards Cockett, recently occupied by the Owner, but now vacant. The above is held under a lease for 30oyears from the#, h of March, 189ti, at an annual ground renl of £ Z los. Saletocommence at three o'olock in the afternoon. Particulars aud conditions of sale, all" any other information mav be obtained from the Auctioneei «t his Ottiecs. 10. Oxford-street, Swansea, or from I WILLIAM COX. BSQ, Solicitor, 5052 ° Heathfteld Chambers. Swansen. ——————TrESDAX. JULY 21st, 129f.. IMPORTANT SALE OF LEASEHOLD PROPRR- tTks SITUATE IN GOKSE-LANE am, Tlilf W ^CE-ROAD. SWAKSBA.. t,, x- m i ESSRS. LOWEfe, NON & W ATKIN^ IT B j(|«p instructed to SELL by At C1ION (subit-ct IT B j(|«p instructed to SELL by At ClION (subit-ct to such conditions as shall there and then Le pro- duced) at the Cameron Arms Hotel, High-street, msea. the following valuable LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES, Viz Lotl. All that com pact and well arranged Dwelling house and Premises, with warehouse and loft at the rear. situate and being 40. Gorse-lane, Swansea, fitted with gas. bells. Ac., throughout, iiow in the occupation of tlic vendo,, and held for a term oi 99 years trom the 23th of March. 185i2, at an annu ground rent of £ 3 168. 6d. The house contains i' ''ting-rooms, 2 kitchens, 3 bedi-opms, scullery, cellar itud office*. At the real' 01 the premisef tbu e is a convenient and well constructed warehouse (with lot! together with wash-house and con»ei vutorv. The above premi<esare in an exceptiooally- gtod stute of repair. Possession can be given upon completion of the purchase. Lot 2. All thnt Leasehold Dwelling house and Premise-, situate and being No. 9i, Terrace-road. Swansea, leing of au eat.mated weekly value of 10s. 6d. Lot: All that Leasehold Dwelling bouse and Premises, situate and being 1'0. v5, Terrace-road, Swansea, being fan e.-ii mated weekly value of 10s. 6d. J,0ts 2 anci 3 are held for a term of 99 years lhe lc',th March. 189i. The property will te sold subject to a grottud rent ot £8 8s. per annum. which, if the low are sold sei>arately, will be equally apportioned. They have a magnified and uninterrupted view of the bay and nearlv adjoin the lerriiiDLIS of the New Constitution Hid T-amway, the construction rf which is now about to commence, and which should greatly enhance the value ol these properties. S-iie to commence at Thi-ee o eiock in the afternoon. 1' furl her particular* ap|»ly to the Auctioneers, at their Offices Heaihtiekl Obi.n.ber., Swansea, or, a!. to Lot i, to Messrs Mov, Evans and Themae Sohci- tors, Adelaide-street, Swansea; and at to Lots £ ann Not- 2, » Mcftbrs Mwiger aiia liarriest SolYork t: eid|M SPKCIAL TO YOI.'HG MEN. XJustPublisheJ, lorTwoStamp* x A T«ATI.NK KlfTfTLKr A -HOW TO ENSURE HEALTH." A mosi. ValuableU<K<k tor lo>,ng Men. On the J^.WS G'JVWINIKG LiKKand the CAUSI- SYXI- TOMS, and TRSATMKII oi a'l diseases dejier.ding on | Nervous Debility, Mental and Physical Depression, Palpitation ef the Heart, Nuise. in the Head aid Bars, Impaired Sight and Memory, Indigestion, Prostration, Lassitude, Ac. Sent post-free on receipt et Two Stamps. Address Messra. BARNES k C).. 48. Lonsoaie-eqnare, Barnsbury, Vjndon, N. THE GHEAT BLOOD PURIFIER. THOMPSON'S BUR, DOCK PILLS Overcome the worst forms of disease? and the toulest i state ot the Blond, Stomach, Liver aDd Kio.neye; they i go to tHe core of every disease, where nocth»: medicine has pewer to reach. In Boxes, at Is. l £ d. anC 2a, bd. each. Sold by ail Chemists, or item the Sutdock Pill Manufactory, 44, Oxford^treoUSvaniev JSWJ PUBLIC NOTICES. NOTICE OF AUDIT, TO TIIE RATEPAYERS AND OWNERS I OF PROPERTY IN THE URBAN DISTRICT OF OYSTERMOUTH. IN THE COUNT) OF GLAMORGAN. WHEREAS HUGH R. WILLIAMS, ESQUIRE, the District Auditor authorised by law to Audit the Account* of the }\p:;eipLI and Expenditure under the Public Health Act, 1875, of as. the URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL for the above naated District, has appointed 10 o clock in the forenoon of Friday the 31st day of July, 18^6, as the time, aDd the Council Kootw, i ark-strees, Mumbles, as the place, at which the Audit of the waii Accounts tor the year ended at 31st March, 1896, will be made, Wo, the said lMfcXllICT COUNCIL hereby GIVK NOTICE, in pursuance of the said Act, that the Audit of the said Accounts will be made at the Time and Place so ap- pointed as aforesaid: That any llatepayer or Owner of property in the said Di. triei may be present at tbe Audit, and njav make any objection to the said Account* before the Auditor; and that a copy of the said Account., duly made up and balanced, together v Kh all Ute rate books, account books, deeds, contracts, accounts, vouchors and reeeipts mentioued or referred to in isueh Accounts, will be deposited in onr office ut the Council lloona, Park- street, Mumbles, atoresaia, oa 1 riaay, the 24th day of J¡:1v, 1896, and will be open thereat between the hours of two and six o'clock in the afternoon until the said day of Audit, to the inspection of nil persons iaterested, who will be ut liberty to take eopies of or extracts from tLe same without fee oi- reward. Dated this 15th day of July, 1896. TtiOb. \Y. JAMES, 5046] Clerk to the District Council SWANSEA BAY ROYAL REGATTA. TENDERS will be received up to Jnlv 20th, 1896, lor the CATERING for Luncheon and the Bars on board the Committee's steamer for the aloovt-iiamed .'vegatta — Apply W. F. SMITH, Hon. Sec. 37, Wind-street, Swansea. [5045 ^WANSEA HAY ROYAL REGATTA I) NOTICE TO Sliu M EN. LICENSED VICTUALLERS, REFRESH M LN T CATERERS, AND OTHERS. Messrs BRYANT and SON having suc- cessfully tenderpd for the Foroshore Ground are now prepared to SUB-LET at reasonable Prices to ailcuuers. The Ground is about one mile long by one hudred yards broad, W is open to one of the grandest Bays in tne werld. which wiil be sure to attract a large concourse of people. The Ground can be had from the ,e Thursday before th- Regatta Day till the following Tuesday, :il a price per day, or by agreement. Plan of Ground and Price can be obtained at the ADELAIDE HOTEL. Adelaide-street, Swansea iZ4iw-17 s IVANSEA U. D. SCHOOL COARD. The Swansea U. D. School Board Require the Services of a Competent CLEitK of WORKS during the construction of Llan^y- felach Board School. Salary, £ 2 2s. per week. Applications in own banJiwriting. staling age and qualifications, with nan eg t'nd addresses of last three employers for reference. Applications to reach the Clerk on or before NOON tue 20th day ot J ulv, 1896. A. w. HALDKN, Clerl. School Board Offices, Dynevor place, Swansea, 14th July, 1396. 5043 X 0 E U 1 L D E R S • ESTIMATES SOLICITED FOR BUILD- ING A MANSE IN PLASA^UI.. Plan and Kpuc.ficalions to be seen at Dany^raio HOUBC, Liasmar!. Estimates (staiedi ts be opened Fivo !).ú1., July lc'lh. Committee not bouud to lo^-eat estimate- 50^7 "YJTMBLES ROAD TO BI^HOPSTON On and ..aer the 16.Q JULY, F.C)f), a CONVEYANCE will MEEl the 0, 11.10.. 1.5 titid 3.10 p.ni. TRAINS from SWANSEA returning as nvly be arr^nped;. Other Trains met on receipt of post-card. On SATURDAYS from PLYMOUTH* STi.ELT at 9.40 a.m. J-V.res. ihiinbies iioad to Bithopslon r Single, h Return. Is 6d. For further particulars apply to A T. K.S.t4., Glamorgan. 60i0_ I G ILUG LHJCK CO.. MoRUI-ToN | EST RED tACINCj AN'J MOULDED P/i.'I' KS. AliCHlIlicas D1:SiG!\S EXKCUTED. (4ZS