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NOTICE—The "South Wales Daily Post" will be delivered direct to subscribers from the Chief Offices, High-street. Swansea, at the following prepaid rates:— j er Messenger. Per Post Three Months 3 3 6 6 Six Months 6 6 13 0 Twelve Months 13 0 26 0 Any irregularity in the delivery should be made known immediately at the Head Office. SITUATIONS VACANT. Housekeepers, WORKING Housekeeper Wanted, for April f f 14th; good wages to capable manager; pa t washing at home.—Write Capable, "Daily Post," Swansea. 6,389113-31 T Ccoks and Kitchenmaids. VyAJfi'ED, for country, good Cook-House- keeper; Kitch-enmaid kept.—Apply to Mrs. Jones Parry, Tyddwyd, Beulah, R.S.O., Cardiganshire^ 765g3-31 YyANTED, immediately, thoroughly experi- enced Cook-General; good wages; thre? In family; nurse ,kept.—Mrs. Goodman, ll, Gaoll Park-road, N;ah. 712g3-30 XyANTED, experienced Mudd.— Apply Hotel Metropole, Swansea. 779g3-29 S== ri House and Parlourmaids. XXOUSrMArD Wen ted, April.—Apply by let- ter, vvifch reference, Mrs. C. B. Jenkins, Lp.ands House, Swan.-iea. 657g3-28 Generals. GIRL, young, Wanted, to mind Babv; sleep out; goxi wag,"s.-Apply 121, St. HeLn's- e v-STiue, Swansea. 776g3-29 Q.ENERAL Servant Wanted; no cooking re- G quired.; must be smart, good, wiages given. Apply Schenkor, 6, Goat-streat, Sw-an- sea. 741g3-31 ENERAL Servant Wanted, 18 to 20; two in family; Brynmill district; country girl I vref,&rre.d.-AI)i-)ily by letter, to W. E., "Dnjly Post," Swansea. 80Sg4-l Ty ANTED, a good General Servant.-Apply after 6, 29, Gwydr-creocent, Swansea 748g3-31 Ty ANTED, immediately, Young Girl, for Housework.—Apply 7, Page-street, Swan- ■ 644g3-28 "\V ÄED, a clean, tidy Gir!. to assist in Housework.—Apply Mrs. Mack, Waterloo- s'reet, Swansea. 782g3-29 "iyANTED, at on»e, expe-rienceu General Ser- vant; gor d referenoes.—Apply 229, High- Btieet, Swansea. 707g3-29 WANTED, a good General Servant; must do plain cooking.—Apply after 6 p.m., Corn- tiill Villa,^ Mansel-street, Swansea.. 6378n3-28 yyANTED, immediately, Young^GiirTas GenT erai; tv.-o in family.—Apply between 6 arid 7, 2. Cwmdonkin-terraoe, Swansea. 819g3-28 "Vy ANTED, et onoe, a good General Servant; W countiy girl preferred.—Apply Mrs. D. Thomas. Newsagent, Cross, Morriston. 718g3-30 yyANTED, at. onr-e, respectable Young Girl, to look after children—Apply Mrs. Sav- age. 115. Lower Oxfoid-srroet, Swansea. 728g3-30 "Vy ANTED, at once, a good Grl, for House- work; mast b" fond of ahildren.—Applv Robertson, 85, Mansel-street, Swansea. 713g5-29 "VyANTED, strong Girl, as General, from 18 to 20; references required.—Centiral Firfh Restaurant, Gower-sireet, Swansea 639g 3-28 yy ANTED, en experienced General Servant, f°r April —Apply evenings, 6 to 8, to Mrs. Corby, Coundon, Eaton Grove, Swansea. 660g3-28 yy ANTED, good General Servant, able to do 1 plain cooking and washing; three in family.-AI)ply 24. Muntpelaer-terraoe, Swan- sea, 702g3-31 W ANTED, et once, good General, to assist in Bar wtea required. — Apply Mrs. Thomas, Builders' Arms. Oxford-street, Swan- 721g3-30 WA'ITED, gooa, o,an G-eneral -,er-nnt; r, small family.—Apply, with reference, Mrs. Hughes, 3, Stockwell Villas, Mount Plea- sant. Swansea 544g3-28 yy ANTED, a General, with good references, and of cheerful character. Engagement for 26th..—Apply after ? p.m., 32, Mirador- creseent, Swansea. 702g3-31 yy ANTED, good General; small family; good, comfortable home: one frcm Gor- seinon district preferred..— Addrass Distriot, c.o "Daily Post," Swansea. 725g3,33 yy ANTED, experienced General, not under w 25; plain cooking; no washing; waged tl8 to £ 20; good references i-equired.-Al-pl.v Pavies, Treforgan, Cardigan. 631g3-28 ANTED. a good General Servant, able to do plain cooking, and wash; also to aslst in Bar in evenings; good home; refer- ence Tequired.-Apply Johns, Bush Hotetl, Loughor. 692g3-28 1. Servants1 Eegistry Office. EDETH BRANSBY, Agency, re- quires. immediately, experienced Cooks, House-Parlourmaids, Ccxok-Generals, Young Housemaids, eeverral Generals. Disen- gaged, Nursery Governess. 816g4-1 MISS SMITH, High-class Registry Office, Up- lands, for all classes of Sorvanta Wanted, Kitchen Maid, Young Girl for house. work, Cook-Gen'aral. 6393r4-l GRAHAM, Milliner, etc., Registry Offlce, 30, Station-road, Port Talbot. — Cooks. trenerals, and Housemaids, etc., ra- iram,ediatply. 6591n351 LLEW. HOWELL, 221, Oxford-street, j °ver Mr. Marquis's Shop.—Registry Office 0f seirvants. Two Working aitafrtions, 6?ig3-D8 REGISTERED AT THE POST OFFICE AS A NEWSPAPER IN THE UNITED KINGDOM. Miscellaneous Situations. BANKER Hands Wanted.—Apply Foreman, -D Fforchlads Quarries, Cymmer, near Port Talbot. f 761g3-31 -C-1HAUFFEUR.i.JnOOd Man for Motor C Delivery Van required.—Apply Vi. Ed- wards. Draper, Swansea. 796g3-31 CXHECKWEIGHEil Wanted, at Yniscedwyn J Colliery, Ystradgynlais, Swansea Valley. Duty to commence early in April. Good wages. I Applications, marked Tender, to be in the I1 nds of the seore.ary by March 31st,W. T. Williams, Pelioan-str&st, Ystradgynlais. 6390n3-30 GOOD Coat Msker Wanted, to work at home; Englishman; no J-sws ne<id apply. — Writa Tailor, "Daily Post," Swansea. 677g3-28 HAIRDRESSING. — Wanted, experienced ILL Gents' Hand, good shaver and haircut- ter, first-class trade.—Apply after 9 p.m., Ben- nett's Saloon, Uplands, Swansea. 714g3-26 HOTOGRAPHER Wanted, all-round Man, with Camera, (lS Outdoor Partner, to start at once; plenty of money in the game.- Write Negative. "Daily Post," Swansea. 676g3-28 T-. O-HAiRDRESSERS.Wand.-g;Od.-p.r-;ë T tical Man, able to take management.- Apply Williams, 26, College-street, Swansea. 859g4-2 WANTED, smart Patye Boy.—Apply Hotel Cameron, High-street, Swansea.' 6384n3-30 w ANTED, a few good Brush Hands, at onoe. if —Apply J. and F. Weaver, Manselton. 795g3-31 WANTED, a good, honest Boy, for Stable.— Apply W. L. Evans, 21, Park-streer, Swan- sea. 730g4-l ANTED, a Barmaid, at Grif- t fiths, Exeter Hotel, Oxford-street, Swan- sea. 857g3-2 WANTED, at onoe, a good Painter and Grainer.—Write Painter, "Daily Post," Swansea. 820g4-l WANTED, young Welsh speaking Girl, as Cafe Waitress.—Apply Hotel Monioo, Swansea. 750g3-30 w ANTEI), Waitresses, for Easter Holidays, ct Pier Hotel, Mumbles.—Apply 2, Rut- land-street, Swansea. 715g326 WANTED, in few wc/'ks time, Young Lady, lor Vaults; refetrenoe>s.—Write Vaults, "Daily Post" Swansea. 767g3-31 WORKING Manageress, for Restaurant at Mumbles; references.—Full particulars and photo to Rest, "Daily Post," Swansea. 828g3-28 WANTED, good Charwoman, two or three W days a week, one day for washing.— Apply Mrs. Llewellyn, Caederwen, Neath. 876g4-5 •• ■ in<; • "•< O Smith Wanted; all-round hands; regular work to steady men. — Apply Hy. Lloyd, Bishopston. 621g3-28 ~V\TANTED, by respectable Woman, to take » » charge of Offices (in Swansea), or any place of trust; good references.—Apply The Rest, Oystermouth, Mumbles. 862g4-2 WANTED, a respectable Young Woman, for pis in needlework; must be a good dar- ner, quick and reliable, with good references.— Address Needlewoman. "Daily Post," Swansea. 755g3-30 WANTED, a smart <>irl, for a Fruit Sibop, in Neath; must have good references; B.C. preferred; previous experience not neces- sary.—Apply in wriiing, stating age and wages required, to Apple, "Daily Post, Swansea. 783g4-1 WANTED, respectable, middle-aged Person, domesticated, strong and capable, to take entire charge of invalid lady; good re- ferences indis)X'n sable; moderate s;aljrry. State full particulars to Gladding, "Daily Post," Swansea. 832g4-l —————P—MM—W——MB Agents and Travellers. CITY Life Assurance Company; premium income £ 200,000, require Agents at Swan- sea, Llanelly, Neatih, and Swansea Valleys.— Apply by letter, C. P. Bell (Inspector West Wales), 123, Rhondda-street. Swansea. 727g3-29 EPRESENTATIVE required by a leading Chocolate and Cocoa House for the South Wales district (including the counties of Cardigan, Pembroke, Carmarthen, Radnor, Brecon, and West Glamorgan). Only one pos- ise/ssiiig sound established connection need apply. To such, a good permanent opening is assured.—Address, with fuJI particulars (in confidence) of time on road, house represented, age, and remuneration required, to Box 25, "Daily Post," Swanaea. 6395u3-29 yy ANTED, -thoroughly experienced Can » vasser. Salary and commission.—Write, stating age, to Canvasser, "Daily Post," Swan- sea. 620^28 WANTED, for Llanelly and District, a Man, with good selling experience, to cell upon collieries, works, etc. A remunerative position offered to the right man—Apply Salesman, "Daily Post," Swansea. 696g3-28 111 111 11 Managers and Clerks. EQUIRED, Young Man, as General Clerk. R —Write, stating age, full qualifications, and salary required, to Industrious, "Daily Post," Swansea. 1 00n 3-29 -+- WANTED, temporarily, a good Shorthand andl Eingrossing Clerk, in Solicitor's Office.— Apply A. T. Williams. Victoria Cham- bers, Neath. 6396n4-2 WANTED, "temporarily, a good Shorthand and Etugroseing Clerk, for Solicitor's Office. Apply, immediately, to A. T. Williams, Victoria Chambers, Neath. 6394n4-l Office Boys, Errand Boys, etc, A respectable Lad Wanted, as Errand Boy, immediately.— F. Down, Fruiterer, 8, St. Helen's-road, Swansea, 689g3-28 WANTED, smart, respeotablo Boy; one just left school preferred.—Apply Bradford's, Oxford-street, Sv/anaea. 729 WANTED, Office Boy; one just leaving school; shorthand and typewriting p"«- ferred.—Apply, in own hand-writing, stating salary required, to Box 20, "Daily Poet," Swan- sea. 749g3-31 ■■ ■ i Situations Wanted. A Lady can highly recommend Arthur Messeir as a good Groom-Garden e-r; thoroughly experienced in both branoheg; leaving through no fault; married, one child.—Apply Messer, Elkington-road, Burry Port. 628g3.28 EXPERIENCED Governess seeks re-engage- mcnt with Young Children, Daily or R sident; Swansea, Mumblee, or District; thor- ough grounding in English, Frencth, and Draw- ing; excellent references.—F.M.E., 36. Haw- thorne-avenue, Uplands, Swansea. 700g3-29 HANDY Man seeks employment, able to do Lining, Painting, and all Jobbing; able to find all scaffolding, self responsible for all accidents; reasonable charges.—Apply 5, Rees's C >urt, Clarence-street, Swansea. 865g4-2 RESPECTABLE Widow wants Cleaning of Office, or any light daily duties; highest reference.—Apply Mrs. Bridges, 3, Chapel- street, Swansea. 6579n3-28 SITUATION Wanted as Working Housekeeper S or Sewing Maid Business or Private; re- spectable person (32), domesticated, good needlewoman.—Write Meta. "Daily Pc^st," SwltnSM. 764g3-3t 1TO Bakers and Con fee- loners.—Married Man (35) seeks siUiaHoo; well up in Bread, Cake, and Smalls; good references; disengaged. —Mogg, 5. yja-ri-gfaitfRt, "Hafod, SwuoKtk 359g3-31 WANTED, by a Young Lady, 19, a Situation f" in Shop; slight knowledge of business —Address Box 400, "Daily Post," Swansea. 687g5-28 yVTANTER, Work, two or three days a week, by experienced Gardener; el-deny single man; good references.—Write Gardener, "Daily Post," Swansea. 756g3-30 -u_- yy ANTED, by Young Lady (18), place as an Assistant in Confectioner's, Fancy Goods, or Tobacconist's Sr.op. Exoallent references. -Box 18, "Daiiy Post," Swanses. 642g3-28 yyANTED, by clean, respectable PersonT Situation as JCitrthienmaid or Gienenal Ser- vant; business house preferred; good rcler- enoe.-Write Excellent, "Daily Post," Swansea. 579g3-28 TTOUNG Lady diesrires na-engagiement as Shorthand Typist, »t onoe, in good office; two years' experience; good references. —Apply L.B., "Daily Post," Swansea. 735g3-29 Miscellaneous Wants. ANTIQUE Furniture Wanted to Purchase, priva*ely, any condition; also Old China and otier Antiques, by Collector visiting Swan- sea for Easter Ho idays. Good price given.— W. S. Ai., "Doily Post, Sw-,in,-oa. 7C9g3-29 GOWER.-Small House Wanted to Rent, with G two or four acres of Land, Oxwich, Park- mill, or Port Eynon neighbourhood.—Artist, 70, Hawthorne-avenue, Swansea. 771g4-l XJU'ANTED, at once, six-roomed House, Hos- » • pital dosi'Tict or Bond-street.—Apply Ten- ant, "Daily Post," Swansea. 778g4-l PONTARDAWE. — Cottage and Garden Wanted, in or near Pontardawe; 5 Or 6 loom (1; moderate xental.—Jones, Carpenter, Rhydyfro, near Pontardawe. 814g4-1 WANTED, three Rooms, for new institute, at St. Tnomas, between Red House and Forward Movement Hail.-Writb Hall, "DHily Post," Swansea. 786g4-1 yf7"ANTE35, 5 or 6-roomed House, or 3 Unfur- furnished Rooms, or share of House, with 'reisipeatable, homely iwjoyie.—Adklrese Engineer, "Daily Post," Swansea yyTANTED, a good Home, for healthy Baby i" Girl, 12 months old; the ohild will be given entirely, but no fee or money with her.- Write C B.. "Daily Post," Swansea. 63Cg3-28 yyANTED, good Mortgage Securities, for sums up to £ 2,000 Repayments of prin- cipal may be made 'n sums of £ 50 10s. from time to time to suit convenience of borrowers.— Apply T. J. Bishop-Davies, 66, Wind-street. Swansea. 56?g4-l Miscellaneous. T John Westlake, do 'hereby apologise for all I 'have said detrimental to rthe character of Richard Glasson.—(Signed) John Westlake. Witness, P. S. Kneath. 4896d.b.4-l "lY"OTICE.—No Monies are to be paid on the diealih of Join Squires, 41, SomeiTet-ter- t&o' without iihe signature of 'his wife, Kate Squires.—Wirness. T. L. Williams. "OUPILS requiring practical experience in Midwifery, apply 66, Manssl-terrice., Swansea. 846g 1-2 I^OR Hire, Dog Carts, Governed Cars; also «'veral Turnouts for Sale. -Apply Jarvis, 6, Francis-street, St. Helen'a-avenue, Swansea. 678g3-28 A young couple would like to Adopt Baby fiom biith, as own; a good home; fair premium required.—Write Ivy, "Daily Post," Swansea.. 817g4-1 yyoULD some kind "person Adopt Baby Girl, two months old, for love.—Apply M.D., l'DaiIly Post," Swansea. &34-g3-28 DLUMBERS' SOCIE5TY, Swansea Lodge.—AU members seeking employment fn Swan- sea must see Secretory or Officers befone ac- <?!iting work. 810g4-6 TpOR SALE oz Hire, good Cob, rubber tyred Trap; also Wagonette, smart turnout; price reasonable.—Apply J. Evans, 12, Clarence- t err a co, Swansea. 825g4-1 "OUILDTNG Expert will build gdngLe or more Houses, at lowest cost., on special ad- vantageous ten»6.—Address Unique, "Daily Post," Swansea 81g 3-31 IV"OTICE NOTICE !-Pa]"rnisrt,r y .-Tli^ ^Roya[ Epping Forest Gipsy Palmist has re- turned to Swansea Sands for the season, after having been twelve months in Newport. The only Palmist in Great Britain patronised by Royalty.—Gipsy Tout, left hand side of Slip, Swansea. 826g4-l Lost and Found. LOST, Aireda'e Dog. Answers to of "Jack." Finder rewarded. Detainer will b' prosecuted.—Hanlin, 24, Bryn-road, Swan- sea. 785g3-29 LOST, Gold Neok Chain, with photo pendant., between Manse-l-street, Brynmill Park, and Sands. Finder re-waAed.-746, Mansel- terrece, Swansea., 864g3-31 LOST, neighbourhood of Uplands or Cockett- load, taick Brown Woollen Glove, with kid trout. Finoor rewarded.—«>, M:iradOr- cresoent, Uplands. 794g3-31 LOST, in tfhe neighbourhood of Bonymaen, a small Leather Pouch, oontaining Gold. Finder, on returning same to D. S. Morgan, 5, London-terra.oe, Jersey-roed, Bonymaen, will be rewarded. lOOn 3-31 rvs. REWARD —Lost, on Sunday, March 13th. Welsh Terrier Bitch, in whelp. De- tainer pnosecuit'ed..—Link, Balaalava-st-eiet, Swansea. 804g3-28 KS. REWARD,—Lost, (rood Friday, between Clyne Valley, Killay, and Swansea, a Calabash Pipe. Would, finder please return to 23, St. Helen's-road, Swansea. S45g4-1 FOUND6 a Black Bitdh P~appy. Uniess -1- clairmed in three days will be scfld.— Apply 6, Gsbornie-street, Neath. 869g3-29 Motor-cars, Cycles, etc. TpOR SALE, Lady's Bicycle, practicaUy new; -L no reasonable offer refused.—Apply rt 32, Ooedsaeson-cresceut, Sketty. 827g3-28 U'OR &ALE, Lady's Swift C>'cle, juat enam- elled and plated., new conddtion; £ .3 15s. —Apply 59, Westbury-street, Swansea 809g3-28 BICYCI.E for Sale, Gent's, free wheel, Bow- den brake; good condition; sacrifice 30s. —22, Bryn-y-Mor-road, Swansea. 824g4-1 O'i Motor Cycle and Side Car for Sale, cheap O to immediate purohat-ier; room wanted. Sell together or separiate.-Addxt-ss Rover, "Daily Post," Swansea 681g3-28 MOTOR Car for Hire, for half day, day, or week; finest and best car in Principal- ity for hiring.—Apply Pryce Trow, Ltd., Ox- ford-street, Swansea. 653g3-28 LADY'S Bicyo'e for Sale, new last season, not punctured.—Apply No. 2, MScbdile- road. Cwmbwrla. 623g3-28 FOR immediate Sale, 2if h.p. Minerva Motor Cycle, oonidition likji; new, fast and. powerful.-Tolmi.e, 14, West End, Llanelly. 770g3-31 ENT'S New Bike for Sale, free wheel, G plated rims, roller lever brakes, limd throughout; will sell for 23.-Wr4.te Lever, "Daily Post. Swansea. 775g4-l T ADY'S Quadtrant Bicyc')'e for Sale, two brakes, free wheel; in good condition; 35s.; a bargain.—106, Norfolk-ssforeet, Mount Pleasant, Swansea. 815g4-l OR SALR Gent's-N^Royai"—BTcycloT great bar,ain.-IB, Penmaen-terrace, Swansea. -n -H40g4-3 GENTS Bicycle for Sale, first grade Raleigh, G 3-speed, gea-r o&se. in splendid condi- tion; no reasonable offer refus,&d.-Apply Ed- wards. Industrial Scfejool, BonyjBtten, Swansea. 85ag3-3), Property For Sale and To Let. EATON-CRF.SCENT.-Por Sale, with posses- sion, convenient House, near Walusr- read., 5 bedrooms, bath, etc.—Hood, E.etrvto Agent, Caer-street, Swansea. S75g3-23 QXFORD-STREET.—The Lease of a good Business Premises for Sale, at mode:ate price; lease about 20 years.-Astley Samuel, Auctioneer, Swansea. 6 rno LET or Sell, two Houses, 6 large rooms, scullery, out o oes, bath (hot and cold), with gardens back and front.—Apply Glyn- djerwen House, near G.WR. Station, LLinsiiu- t. 622g3-28 i^OR SALE. Freehold, Modern De:a'5lied Villa, "An'tonviHe," Queen's-road, SkAty; three Sitting, four Bed, and Bath Rooms; ex- ceptionally wen built and fitted throughout; price moderate.—Inspection and particulars, apply above address. 634g3-2:8 yyEST CROSS.—Detached Villa to be Sold, on main road.—Write Villa, "Daily Post," Swansea 293g3-28 "l^OR SALE, Leasehold lionise, in Cromwell- street, containing six Rooms, Scullery, and Bathroom (hot and cold water): lease about 85 years.—Apply to Mr. J. E. Rowlands, Solici- tor, Rutland House, Swansea. 730g3-30 GT. THOMAS.—6-roomed House for Sale, in P nereguinea-road.; handy for docks.— Apply Owner, 11, Windsor-terrace, Uo'ands, Swansea. 729g3-30 T^REEHOLD.—To be Sold or Let, as a Fried Fish Shop, opposite Cwmfelin Works, 153, Llangyfeiaoh-road, Pentre, Swansea. • 807g4:5 Tj^OR SALE, in beet position in Gorseinon a convenient Shop and House, suitable for any business—Apply Jenkins, Draper, Gorsei- non. TI ORYNMHJ^CRESCENT.-To be Let or for — Sale, Modern Residence, excellent ac- commodation; view of Bay; immediate pos- session.—Apply 14, Mirador-cre.scent, Swansea. 829g4-l ,Ii'lOR SALE, an old-establisJbed and well-known Commercial Temperance Hotel, in mar- ket town, South Devon. A genuine profit-earn- ing business which present proprietor is com- pelled to sell quickly for sound private fam- i y reasons. Every proof given of its sound value. Sndid chance for a young couple or active lady with daughters.—Write Hotel, "Daily Post," Swansea. 793-31 For Sale—Houses. +- T^OR SALE, a good, well-built five-roomed A- House, at 28, Manselton-road, Mansel- ton, Swansea. 813g4-1 T^OR SAI.E, charm/ingly situate Freehold ■A- Residence, 10 minutes walk from Sketty- Apply David Roberts, 19, Heathfield-street, Swansea. 638g3-28 "L^OR SALE, at Rihyddings-tarraoe, Brynmill, -A- six rooms, bathroom (hot and cold water), and scullery.—Apply 142, Rhyddings-terrace, and scullery.-Apply 142, Rhyddings-terrace, Swansea. 778g4-1 "OOB SALE, a splendid Detadbed P.esid-ence, •A- in Brynmill district, with every modern convenience.—Apply David Roberte, 19. Heath- field-street, Swansea. 638g3-28 POR SALE, Uplands, one eight-roomed House, 19ft. frontage; one seven-ioomed House, 18ft. frontage; moderate ground rents; good view; early possession.— Apply View, "Daily Post," Swansea. 701g3-30 OR SALE, Freehold Cottage, at Cockett, A- containing six rooms and one and a half acres of ground; suitable for gardener; chea.p to immediate purchaser.—Address Cottage, "Daily Post," Swansea. 763g3-31 rpO be Sold, a Freehold House in Manselten- A- street.—Apply David Roberts, 19. Heath- field-street, Swansea. 638g5-2S rn E RR A CE RO A D, Mount Pleasant.—A six- -A- roomed House for Sale, near Rosehill.— Write Bruce, "Daily Post," Swansea. 6386n3-30 To Let—Business Premises. CHOP to be Let, in Neath-road.—For fnrther jvLirbioulars apply David Roberta, 19., Heathfield-street, Swansea. L:6g4.2 rpo be Let, House end Shop, No. 1, Waterloo- street.—Apply W. J. Kees and Partners, Laurels, Swansea. 6373n3-28 rPO LET. the Bdwinsford Anns, Llanslepvnn, •A- fully licensed, good stable accommoda- tion, and about one a.cre of land; early pos- session.—Apply Buckley's, Liaaelly. 6381n3-29 .Jl To Let—Houses. "ORYN-ROAD.—To Lot, House, 5 B<*<17*00111^ -A-* Bathroom, back entrance Recreation Ground; possession March 25th.—James, 78, Bryn-road, Swansoa. 693g3-29 ^T. J AMI'S?' S-CTiE SCENT.—Good Houseio Let; possession June quarter; Four Re- ception a.nd six Roorooms.-Huod, Auctioneer, Caer-street, Swansea. 675g3-28 npo LET, at once, 12a, New Chapel-street, Mumbles.—Apply F. Bvans, lb, Mirador Villas, Uplands, Swansea. x 659g3-28 rpO LET, 31, Montpelier-terraoe, Swansea; un- -A- interrupted view of the Bay.—Apply No. 17, Montpeiier-terrace, Swansea. 758g\5-31 fino LET, Houses; also Lock-up Shop; &uit A- Grocer or Refreshment Rooms; sifcua1*>d at Jersey Marine.—Enquire Mr. T. Isaac, Buil- der. -4 S TO L-ET, 31, Monti>elleir-terrace, immediate pasaes-sion; key to view, Mrs. Harper, ,t, Stationer, Humphrey^street, opposite Ten by Hotel, Swansea. 664g3-23 rpo LET, six-roomed House, semi-detached, J- Norton, ivossesaion April.—Apply 165, (T-randison-ierrace, St. Thomas, Swansea. Nat. Tel. 413y Central. 839g4-1 rpo LET, in Northampton-plaoe, a oommodi- -»• ous Dwelling House; suit dentist or doc- tor; immiedii<ate possession.—.4i?Uey Samuel, Auctioneer, Swansea. 6374n3-28 n^O be Let, in Sket-ty, Detached Residence, -i £ 50 per annum; good accommodation.— Apply to the sole agent, David Roberts, 19, Heathfleld-street, Swansea. 638g3 28 npo LET, Penbryn House, Bryn-road, well A- appointed house, good accommodation, overhioking Recreation Ground. Rent £ 56.— Astley Lemuel, Auctioneer, Swanse.i. 6374n3-28 TO LET, immediate possession. Dwelling House, Penmaen-terraoe, Mount Pleasant., first-class condition, recently ronovated throughout; also Cottage, Percy-street, Cwm- bwrla.—Apply Bishop and Salmon, Union Chambers, Swansea. 863g4-2 CIVIL Service r '.J dates sncoessfnlly pre- pared for tl.eir examinations. Numerous recent successes. Telegraph Learners. Head Post Office, Swansea, Male Sorters London and Swansea G.P.O. Pitman's Shorthand rapidly taught. Arithmetic, Book-kjeeping, rtc. Suc- oess guaranteed. Ladies or gentlemen.—Mr. Harris, Shorthand School, 56, Oxford-street, Swansea. THOROUGH Preparation for Examinations and Business in French, German, Span- ish, Italian (Conversational method), also in Latin, Esperanto, Book-keeping (Double Entry), Shorthand, Typewriting, Arithmetic, etc. Translations and Foreign Correspondence, prospectus on application.—Oswald Korth. Public Transferor, 1. Kensington-terrace, °wan- sea. Tel. 636 Central. g— J —'i— ■■» .1 Mailcarts. -r- MAIlXART for Sale, in splendid condition, H-L a bairgJ'in.-A.PlY 27, -roarl, :J Swansea t TUESDAY, MARCT To Let—Stables and Coachhonses rI LET, Stable and Coach-house, in Bryn-y- -L Mor-road, with Loft; could be used, for Workshop.—Apply 12, Bryn-y-Mor-ro&.i, Swan- sea. 6S5g3-28 TO IET, a Stable, with Coach-house and good Loft, at the back of 27, Porte-siren. Swansea-, suitable for Stores or Motor G-arage. —Apply 31, Mansel-st eet Swansea 731g3-30 Apartments to Let. APARTMENTS to Let, for a Gentleman, with homely people.—21, Woodlanus-terraoe, Swansea. 697g3-23 I A PARTMENTS to Let, or oomfortable Loûg- A ings, for two Ladies or Gentlemen; bath (hot and cold).—For terms apply 14, Victoria- Terrace, off King Edw&rd's-road, Swansea. 789g3-31 COMFORTABLE Lodgings for a steady Young c Man, hot and ixrid bath, :n Hibbert- road, Neath.—Write Hibbert, "Daily Pot," Swansea. 746g3-30 COMFORTABLE Unfurnished Front Sitting- c room and a Bedroom to Let; couple without children preferred; bath (hoc and cold).-2.3, Nicboll-stnset, Sweasoa, 6^5g3-23 C°.fli'ORTABLE' Furnished Aijart-menis to c Let; suit married couple; bath; every convenience; terms &s.; or Combined Room, 56.-Apply 103, St. Helen's-avenue, Swansea. S34g4-1 634g4-l 1^1'iW Large Unfurnished Rooms to Let, to A- good, pieoj^le, r.ear Kigh-SGiwt.—Write Home, "Da-ily Post. Swansea. i ODGINGS for one or two Young Men; bath (bot end cold): teems moderate.—Apply 14, Piyuone-streec, Swansea. 734g3-29 UPTON.ro Let, four or five rooms, in 11JL v-» K; co'tage. —Addiess Murton, "Daily POST/' Swanaea. 787g3-31 LTMBL-FS.-L-adv, with large House, desires j Boarders, Basler 1, 3Cs. each, or L2t two Front Rooms, moderately, near Sea and Bays, —Write Bay, "Daily Pos' Swansea. 71Ck?3-30 QITTING-ROOM and Bedroom to Let; suit a ° gentleman; hot ai>d cold bath.—Apply 5, Carl to n-Terrace, Swansea. 822g4-1 QUPERIOR Apartiijents for one or two Gentlemen; bath (hot and oojd).—Apply 25, Kensingron-MNisC'iQt, Swansea. €6jg3-28 I rfO LET, two Rooms, Furnished or Unfur- A- nished. — Apply 12, Victoria-terrace, Swansea. 701g3-30 TO LET, three Unfumisibed Rwms.-Apply Mrs. T. Jones, 58, St. Helen's-av-enue Swansea. 760g3-27 Hf^O LET, Front B(je,-Sitting Room-, bath (hot and cold).—Apply 199, Kensington-cres- y cent, Swansea. 351g4-2 T'WO Rooms to Let, Unfurnished, Front BOO, room and Kit-chen.—Apply 51, Rhyddings Park-r.>ad, Swans a. 638Cn3-30 fO lege Furnished Room, with use cf gas slave and scullery.—Apply 59, West- ern-street, Swansea. 6375n3-28 T 0 LET, onc, or two Unfurnished RocmsV rrlo — suit widow or couple.—Apply No. 11, Xel- son-street, Swanaea. (iA^Z-2?, r LET, three Unfurnished R,eoms. with use of 8cullerv.- ppiy at onoe. 83, St. Hel- en's-avenu.e. Swansea LET, Large Fiont Sitting~Roorn~one or LET, Large Fiont Sitting~Roorn~one or two Bedrooms; piano, bath.—Apply Bel- mont House, De-la-Beche-street, Swansea. 688g3-28 T-O LBT, superior Apartments, with or with- A- out board; every convenience; situated n°a- cars.—Ad<iross M., 20, Finffoury-tsrro.c^. Swansea. 694g3-28 LET, two Plain Furnisthed Booms; suit A- married couple; two minutes from High- streeft.; no children.—Apr»Ly W. W., "Daily Post," Swansea. rPO LET, at 22. Woodlands-terrace, well-fur- nished Sitting Room and Bedroom; good view; bath (hot and cold); use of piano; sunny Apply above address. 777g4-1 rnO LET, Furnished Apartments, hot and A- coLd bath; every convenience; gy»d oooking and attendance; trams pass the door. -88, St. Hekn's-road, Swansea. 78434-1 yyANTED. Paying Guesit (Lady) —Apply f Miss Kendall, 31, The Grove, Uplands. Swansea. 691g3-28 VVINDSOR-ROAD,- XEA..TH- Comfortable W Lodgings for one or two genilemen. Apply c.o. Mr. W. Rosser, Publisher, "Daily Post," Neath. 869g4-5 Apartments Wanted. L,N-TLEMAN visiting Swansea two days a G week requires Apartme-its: central.- Write Apartments, "Daily Post," Swansea. 581g3-2S LADY requires Bedroom, pa.rt "bsoard, u^e of Sitting-room, with ouaet family, away during day; Uplands not objected to-, moder- • terms.—Write Uplands, "Daily Post," '<W3D- sea. 635gS-28 RESPECTABLE Yonng Man requires b'ard and lodgings, near Cricket Field, King FTdward's-r^ad, or Walter-road for preference; bath; would share room? with nnother; terms must be moderate.—Write X.Y.Z., "Daily Post," Swansea. 413g3-28 "OTTANTE13, by Young Married Couple, a four f c-r five-roomed House, in Hafod, Cwm- bwrla, or Carmarthen-road.—Write Agent, "Daily Post," Swansea. 812g yyANTED. U n f urnlshed A panmeiite. fo r W Lady and Gentleman; quiet house. Up- lands or Brynnnl] preferred.—Address Super- ior, c.o. Pennell, Newsagent, Bryn-y-Mor-road, Swansea. 95g4-lo Music. PIANOFORTE TUNIKG. 3s. ScL Recom- mendat.iocs from Dr. Tarpin, Olisdstons, anct Brodwood. and Sens. Pianos from Hop kinaon, Collard, Brimsmead, etc Sale or Hire. Charles Eden, 53, Brunswick-street. Swan- sea. t.o. PIANOFORTE, Seocnd-hand, iron frame, 'I splendid condition, TiVle u-f-,d, £ 14 cash, or 10s. 6d. monthly.—J. F. Collett, 4, Nicholl- Btreet." Swansea. 415g3-29 PIANOFORTE, all latest improvements, iron frame, full irichord; 30 guineas, 14s. monthly.—J. F. Co!lett, 4, Nioholl-street, Swan- sea. 415g3-29 (BOLLARD and Collard Pianoforte for Sale, J overstrung, quite new. beautifa' tone; bargain for cash; 21s. monthly.—J F. Colieb'. 4, Nioholl-strecfc, Swansea. 4I5g3-29 POLYPHOtvE. i>e-riect condition; cost £18. Seen e.ny time; 50s.—Clark, Cornwall- place, Parade, Mumbles. 65Gg3-28 PIANOFORTES Timed, 3s. 6d—Pianos by Brinsmead, Collard. ind others in stock, from 10s. 6d. monthly. Reoairs low-at I)rioes.- J. F. Oollett, 4, Nichoil-street, Swansea, 415&6-30 LANOFORTP,, in good order; F • iwner noc using it, will sell at 10 guin- eas.—Write PP., "Daily Post," Swanse«i. 415g3-29 FOR sTaLE, Piano, cost £ 30; will sell for £ 16 a bargain.—Apply David Hopkin, Weig, Bowen"s-row, Middle-road, Cwmbwrla. 658-3-28 LA, late;1 rosewood case. iron frame, check action, full trichord; practically new; 21 guineas; or Pianoforte, Mozart Mode], upright iron grand, full trichord, check action, as new. 19 I guineas; either one to dispose of.—23, Wnl, lande-terraoe, Swansea. 6335n3-30 PIANO for Sale. £ 22. or part exchange, per- feet condition, a tr-atain I also B.S. A Bicycle, the best tyres, etc.—Write Piano, "DaQy Post," Swansea. 660gr3-28 I 29, 1910. 0 1- Miscellaneous Sales. FOR SALE, seven Laying PullertJS.—Apply 2. Park-place, Brynmill, Swansea. 680g?-28 "2^>OR SALE, Fish Range aEtii Chipp.>r; cheap. —Write Fish, "Daily Post," Swansea. 790g3-31 790g3-31 790g3-31 "I^OR SALE, a Kitchen DresseT; Toom wanted; wi;l sell cheap.—Apply 168, St. Eelen's- cvenue, Swansea. 754g3-30 Tj^OR SALE, a good Brass Side Drum; cheap A- to immediate purchaser. —Write W.S.T., "Daily Post," "Swansea. 673g3-28 FOR SALE, Black Retriever Dog, good house guard, pure bred, price one guinea; also I strong Kennel, 7s. 6J.; must sell.—Write Guard, "Daily Post." Swansea. 617g3-26 TMOR SALE, three pan Fi>h and Chip Range; A- also Potato Peeler an :1 Chopper, and all utensils; lot complete, £ 10.—Apply Taylor, Catherine-street, Carmarthen. 7T2g3-30 utensils; lot complete, £ 10.—Apply Taylor, j Catherine-street, Carmarthen. 712 g 3-30 p -71-C)R SALE, Grey Cloth Dress, Brown D- and Navy Lustre, 7s. 6d., 8=. 6d., and 9s. 6d.; quite new; also Frock Coat and Vest, 10?. 61.- Willianls, Newsagent, Gorse-lane, Swansea. 6335n3-31 X'OR SALE, Phonograph, with two bress A- horns, stand, £ 6 Records, and Recorder; lot 25s.; rwm wanted .—Apply 2. Slip-road (next to Cuba Hotel), St. Thomas, Swansea. 781g3-29 FOR SALE, one Developer, three strands, with S'even Charts; also seven Books on arm development, ceest development, etc., all guaranteed brand new; cost £ 2; will accept £ 1; a bargain; approval.—Write Physicej. "Daily Post," Swansea. 6302n3-30 CCONFECTIONERY Business and Tea Rooms c for Sale; good position.— Apply Tarts, "Daily Post," Swansea. 675=r3-28 CHICKEN3.-F(lr Sale, Buff Orpingtons, Leg- horns, or Mino:cas; healthy and strong, 7s. 6d. por dozen; quick dispatch, any dying on rail replaced.—O'Neill, 3, Peny Poel-roari, Canton. Cardiff. 716g3-30 CHAMPION Pedisrree Brindl-c Bni'dog. for immediate disposal; room wanted. — Mickworth Hotel, Swansea. 496g3-29 "I^OR RALE, Wooden Shed. 1?J feet by 30 feet, by 8 feet high, covered with corrugated iron.—Apply Pye, Parkinson, and Co.. Ltd., Baptist Well Estate, Swansea. 699g3-29 FOR SALE, Sittings of Rhode Island Reis, E. T de Gaff's sirain; price 4s. 6d. per dozen; White Orpington's, Cook's strain, 3s.; Indian Runner Ducks, 3s. dozen.—Peel. Mum- bles. 629g3-23 EGGS from pure-bred Anconas, White Leg- horns, Indian Game, Buff and White Or- pingtons, Plymouth Rocks, White Wyandottes. 4s. per dozen. TJnferiiles replaced. Day-old Ghicks. 8s. a -dozen.—Beor, Caswell, Mumbles. 830g4-1 PEDIGREE White Wyaadottes, splendid win- p- ter layers, "Tammadge's strain; Eg?s 3s, per sitting, carriage paid, unfertiles repleoed. -H. Games. Craigyrafar, Nantgare-lig, Ca"- marthenshire. 717g3-30 TOMATO PLANTS, strong and healthy, for early fruiting, Bobbie's Champion, etc., from eix to eight inches high; Is. 6d. per dozen cut of I)ot Bavies, 22, Brunswick- street, Swansea. 640g3-28 mo Butchers and Other-.—Te^r Sale, Chop- 1. ping Block, Scales, Weights, Office Desk, Mine trig Mao'ine, Gas Stove, Clvopner Knife find-Saw, O'ff'V. Mill. said Baby's Go Cart. it 15, .Singleton-street, Swansea. 866g4-2 FOR SALE, Hire, or Purchase, Hire at. very reasonable terms, Locomotives, fear and six wheels coupled, from 9in. up to 14in. cy- linders, lPOlbs. to 140'bs. pressure; Boilsrs (Horizontal, Cornish, and Vertical of various sizes); Steam Travelling Cranes and Steam and Hcnd Derrick Cranes, from one ten to ten tons; Portable Engines and Mortar Mills, Single and Double Hauling and Winding En. gines, 250 Tons of Colliery Rails and Heavy Section Railway Siding Rails, Coal Trams, a large quantity of Girders ard Rails cut to Sizes required by builders, etc. The largest stock of all kinds of Pk.iit and Machinery in West Wales, also a cash buyer of all kinds of Plant and Machinery, etc.-Charles Wil- liams Machinery Merchant. Morriston rpOMATO PLANTS.—2,000 grand sturdy stuff, :n b^-st :n "ult; v-ation, enormous croppers, from is. 6d. dozen.—King Tyoocv'- j'oad. S'ketty. 855g4-2 pIG'S WASH for Birmingham Eating House, 171, High-street, Swanse-* 842g.)-31 1- -_u- "I7LASTIC Stockings, 2s. 6d.; Siik. ^sT; Ank- ets. Ki: Caps, and Tliigb Pieoes, 2s.; Silk, 3s. 6d.; in all sizes.-Moses Jones, Chem- ist, 12. High-street, Swansea. 357g3-28 w. est Fashionable Shapes, from 2s. 6d. per dozen Davies, Printer, 192, o.Trom- st-eot, Swansea. 674g3-28 "VTATTTRE'S Finest. Spring Tonic "is Deakin's Blood Purifying Herbs. A packet makes three pints of excellent medicine. Pleasant to take. is. per packet, by post 3d. e.-xtra.-Dea kin, Herbalist, Alexandra-road, Swanaea. 671g3-28 VyATCH Stopped Again.—Try M. Foner, the well-known Swansea Watchmaker. Any Watch or Clock Repaired.—Only address: 4, High-street Arcade, Swansea. 6345n4-12 T>AZAAR Goods (special), 6Jd. and Id. -V A-* Largest variety and value in the trade? Wholesale only.—Salmon and Matthewmao, Ltd.. Glouoester-place. Birmingham. 229g3-29 /AS Engines, Oil Engines, Suction Gas Plan's. New and second-hand Engines ;n stock at Cardiff. Cesh or deferred pa>"iru n's. Crossley Bros., Ltd., 37, W est gate- street, Car- diff. 4086cl b.4-18 r^A.VTES'S Balsam of Honey, for Coughs, A-7 Colrs, Asthma, Bronchitis, etc., 30, High- Street. 1: neL and 2s. 9d. pej bottle. d.b.t.o. Horses, Carriages, etc. T^OR SALE, stylish 4-wheeled Dogcart, rub- A- ber tyres; condition as new.—Evans.. Royal Stores, Oxford-street, Swansea. 793-31 FOR SALE, good Second-hand Light Baker's Van, three Rustic Traps, and Lurrys.— May be seen at the Garage, Ammanford. 7B0g:3-30 Tj^OR SALE, a strong, varnished Spring Tra.p, A- fit for market, or geneial purpose^; price LIO.-Apply W. H. Gwynn, Bishopeton. 803g3-31 BEAUTIFUL five year old Getding Cob, 13J| hands, periectly quiet with all road nuieances. Week's trial gtven,-Longman, Cross-street, Swansea. 837f34 BEAUTIFUL five year old Gelding Cob, 13 £ hands, perfectly quiet with all road nuisances. Wieek's trial given.—Longman, Cross-street, Swansea. 554g3-25 r."VERAL-Uawkers' Carls. limht and stylish, D new and sjecorwl-band, fit Cobs or Ponies. Cheap.—Longman's, Closs-street, Svvansta. 836g4-l Dentistry. rpEMPLAR MALINS' Dental Rooms, Card'ff, .J.. ivansea, and A ool"ti.vr.:í1. see addr",geS l>s»low. :26 "SJ EW TEETH"— Single Tooth from 2s76d^ sests -i-' from on<i guinea. ^HE Renowned Five Guinea Full Un- .1 surpassed for elegant appearance and durability. 2526 XTRACFION-Oridine.ry is., with Snedol (painless process), Zs. each tooth. 2526 FREE Extractions with Sinedol when new teeth are ordered. 2526 EPAIRS to Artificial Teeth of any make done promptly, cheaply and well. 2528 n^EMPLAR MALINS* Dental Booms.—All open A- Daily— Cardiff-51. Queen-street (near Empire), Swansea—240, Oxford, street, (opposite Empire). Aberevon-26, Warert (near Market) Trade Specialities. FOR quality and value go to Sidney Palmer. Good selection cf Wedding Cakes always kept ;n stock. Parties catered for at the shortest notice. Estimates free. Cor. Tel 140, Oxford-streat, and Branches. 736g3-29 MRS. EVANS, Buyer of Ladies' and Gents' Left-off Clothing, ete. Postcai-ds and Parcels reoeive prompt &tteiitdon.-Address 137c, High-street, Swansta. 791g3-3i MFELKAN, 22, Caer-street, Swansea.—Best prices given for Ladies' and Gentle- men's Left-off C othing, etc Families waited upon by eppomtmient. 645g3-2S ADVi.CE Free for Stamp.—Mr; Stewart's famous Female Remedy, never fails; price 2s. 6d. 4s. 6d. Extra strong, lis. 6d.— Address 9. Guinea-streE.. Bristol. 9d5-16 UILDERS and Contractors.—Penice and St. B Ives Gravel, Roadst ne, and Chippiigs For prices and samples apply H. E. Cound, Bank Chambers, Port Talbot. S06s6-ll Tl/f OURNING CARDS.—A good variety of new patterns. Orders executed q-,iic.Lly. "Daily Post," 211, High-street, Swansea. n yyEDDING CARDS, Cake Boxes, etc —Newest » designs, many patterns to select from -"Daily Post," 211, High-street, Swansea, n __n_- tjJREASEPROOF PAPER, Wrapping Papers, Brown Papers, Printed or Plain. Close prices.—"Daily Post," 211, High-street, Swan- sea. n PAPER BAGS from 6u. per 1.0C0, for Confec- tioners, Bakers, Fruiterers, Pork But- ottners, etc, Printed or Piaeri. Ask to see samlik s.- "Daily Post," 211, High-street, Swan- sea. n UP-TO-DATE PRINTING, for Fetes, Galas, Horse. Agricultural, and Flower Shows, iilegafcUas, etc. New designs strbmitieti on application.—"Daily Post," 211, High-street, Swansea. n OUSSELL DAVIES and ~^ns.~ Whole Al. Warehousemen, Waterloo Chambers, Lcwer Water !oo-street,, Swansea is the beet wholesale house for Drapery, Hosiery, Haber- dashery, Stationery, and Fancy Goods. Special discount for Cesh. &43i4-10 FiREWCKDD.—100 Bundles, 2s. S-d. Wood f, Blocks Is oWL; Cart Load, 10s.; Piæh Pine Blocks, Soantling, Cog Wood, etc.—J. BJ. Jones. Firewood Depot, Prinoe of Wales Dock. Tei. 96. Central. npO EUILDERS—^Billheads, Memorandums, T Business Ciicul-ars, and Cards. Time- Sheets, Estimate Books, and every kind of Commercial Printing at the "Cambrian" OfSoe, 211. High-street, Swansea. T ADIE3.—Send for Fret- Samples Ellis's Pills. L Certain, safe, and effectual remedy. Boat 150 pages) sent free. Large Boxes Is 3d. an! (special) 4s. 6d. box. Fre-e advice—Mrs. Ellis. 27, Surrey-lane. Batter. London. 170db LADIES.—Safe and Speedy Remedy without Medicine or Pills. guaranteed never to fail; stamp for particulars.—Mrs D. Stafford Brookes (DeWL.-il), Cat ford, London. 1852 yyEDDING Cards, latest design-, and moder- » ate prices.—See Sample Boots at Rhys Robarte, Stationer, Morris-ton. d.b.t.c. "VflGHT and Morning—Clarke's Chick Feed .Å. r M -'i', 111 Nifjr, 6(1 1 3d —W. S. Clarke, corner Pa g^-street, Walter- 636e>2g CHINA end BarSheiiwaie.—Cheap, «vell- a sorted Crates o!" everyday s »1 ing lines, for Shops, Markets, and hawking.-Write for free lists.—Sh-eaf Pottery Manufacturers. ton, Staffs. 274d3-30 &DIES.-My improved Remedies act. in a few boars wiien all else fails. Surpris- ingly effective Succors guaranteed. 3and stamped envelope for free -ample.— Nurse Ham. mond. 13, ingled-cne, R.iscoiabe-road, Sou' head. Essex. «4Sd7-4 yy ATCH STOPPED ? — Why have your Watch tinkered by incompetent re- pairers when by going to JiM.k Ctampbell (late MK rs Bros., Watchmakers and Jewellers to his MajesTy King Edward), you can get it skil- fully repaie^d at a tow price. Old Geld and Silver Bought. Spectacles to sn.it all sights.— Address 20, Arcade, High-street, Swansea. y7"ISITING CARDS, plain, round cornered, or gilt edged, for Ladies and Gentlemen, at short notice.—"Daily Post," 211, Hi gib-street. f'.wänSEta. n BILL HEADINGS, MemoranSum, Order and Delivery Books, for ail tracies. Traveller; will submit samples on application.—"Daily Post," 211, High-street, Swansea. n HOTELS, THE ONLY BACHELORS' HOTEL IN LONDON. imun TAVISTOCK HOTEL Ceatraily Situated. 200 Bedrooms. Electric "Lift. BEDROOM, BRL vivFAST AND ATTENDANCE FROM 5a. STOI, KSHOI' ONE MOMENT. BJf OH. DEAR DOCTX)R If MUST MY DtA-RLING DIE? f% THERE IS VERY IdlrTIX- HOPE, BUT 'PRY TUDOR yyiLLIAMS' PATENT B AIS" OF ONEY. Wiii h contains pure Welsh Hotiey and an Essence of the Purest and Most Efficacious Herbs gathered on the Hills of Wales, being e-athored in the proper ~aason, when their virtues are in full perfeetioa. BP«,ON CillTIS There are lilhousaz! of Children who die anaiuaiUy from Brom-hitis, Whc-openg Cough ami Crcup. This is a grand discovery for the Oure of such complaints. It is inrvalu. able for Weak-Chested Men, Delicate Women, and Children. It cures when all other re- medies fail. It cures Ooarhg, CoK Bronchi- tis, Asthma, Tightness of the Chest. It Cures ThxyusJands of Children of Bronichitic., Whocpinig CV. vgh. CURES FOE CHILDREN'S (OUGHS AFTER ME.1AIJ2S. It enures for One Shilling when Pounds have been spent, iN vain. TRY IT. If you have a Cough. TRY IT. If you have a told. TRY IT. If "you have Bronchitis, TRY IT It, loosens the phleirm anjri Jroruote6 expec- toration, produces warmth ,ird comfort to the Chest, and trives refreshing siieep when you have lost mights of rest. IMPORTANT AND INTERESTING FACT FROM MRS. SHAMROCK, HIGH CLIFF, BOURNEMOUTH. "For weeks I suffered from a severe cold incessant co-irb., ti^htneae of the client and bronchitis. When a severe CQugh came on I thought I should rupture a Mood vessel. One of yo ir bilis was iiandcd me on the street ot Glai'^ow. I went to the nearest chemists' shop .uid IJ11:r.I);: a bottle of your Tndor Williams' Bats.am of Honey. I took a. dose there and then in the shop. The effect was marve-llons—it eased my cough in- stantly. I have found nothing so effectual. T consider it a golden remedy. Words a/re far from being adequate to describe how thankful I am to you for making known your great discovery to the world." For Vocalists and Public Speakers it has no equal. It makes the voice as dear as a bell. See you get the genuine article, Tudor Williams' Patent Baisam of Honey. So many imitations and frauds. Sold by all chemists and stores in is. 3d.. 2fc. 6fi, and 4. 6d. botties. Sample bottle sent (post free) for Is. 3d., Zs. 9d„ a.nd 5s, from the inventor. Saving in purchasing the large-siae bottle M an u tac turer— TLIDOR, WILLIAMS, M.R.P.S., F.O.I., Analytical and iliIlSnltmg Oheanist aad I Druggist by Examination. MEDICAL HAJaL, ASERBAEE. Money. CASH Accommodation, £ 10 to £ 1,000. Inter- est 2s. 6d. in the £ f<w agreed period.— j W. Jackson, 80, Mansel-sireat. svransea. 4360 CASH to Advance, on personal security, quickly, en mOH moderate and with oasy weekiy payni^nfc. vv r.oe Cash, "Daily Post," Swansea. 79lf4-4 or part) to be Advanoed on wOUU mortgage by Swansea District Reeh- abitee- Erasy repay meats — App^y SeoreearV; 69, Westbury-strer t. Swansea. 84213-9 D Jones, Financier, m&kss cash advances • from £ 3 to £ 300 to all respectable house- holders at reasonable rata 0. interest without delay.—Apply personally or Ly letter. Distance no object. He fe&s Easj arranged to suit convenience of borrot-exs Private end confidential. Guaranteed.—Apply 3. Grov&- place, Aiexancira-road, Sw-ns^- WILLIAMS ancTCo.,17 St- Mary's-fetreet, Swansea, make private loaps to respect- able !>rr.rovers. Mertg-ege Backers. Bills Dis- c 'Uctaci. No fees ooiitid.ea.eai Terms moderate. Easy repayments firtaa*ed to w-Ail borrowers.—Trevor Willi Manager. Cor. m. il i to £ 5d)00~Advanced by private Lender on Simple Promissory Note. No Bias of Sale taken, and absolute pi'ivacy &uaranxeea, Firei :ewer of application receives prorupi attention, and intending borrowers are wtirfvi upon by a representative, who is empowered to complete transaction on terms n;utua»iy arranged, no charge beag atede unless tusi- act-ually completed. Special quotiauoas for short loan,Writ-e in coniiaence,^ to C. Welts, 16, Cle.re-street' rpHE OLD"eESTABii^li7;r7 PIlOVINCIAL UNION BANK continues to Lend Im- menae sums daily from £ 10 to on of Hand alone or otter security, at a Jew hoars' notice, to ail classes in feny pa-4 of England and Wale;, repayable by easy astai- neents. Xo good spplication is ever r<'fu.->d. All communication^ stiiot.lv private M-derate interest. Special rate for short periods, largest, beet- known, end most honourably conducted business in the kingdom. Thou- sauee cf regular customers have expst their entire satisfaction in repeated tmiis- actions with us. If desired, one of oar ofS-cials will attend at, your residence at once with cash, and carry out the odvinoe there and then. Call or write (in confidence) 10 tile Manager. Mr. Stanley Do'oins, 1. Q"ieeu- Square, Bristol, or to E. ii, Goat-street, Swansea. MONEY LENT BY POST ON NOTE OF HAND ALOSE BY MR. R. KING. 4, WOOD STREET, CARDIFF. J320 TO £5.0D0. without any security or sureties to Ladi-ee or Gentlemen. Merchantg. Farmere, liotel Proprktoirs, Shopkeepers and others- CASH LENT WITHOUT SECURiIT. No feet or preliminary charges. Distance no object. All business arranged privately. No delay. Personal interview unnecessary. Intending Borrowers are cautioned not to pay fees or preliminary expenees. InfornLa- tion supplied gratis. Write for f li 11 particulars to the Actual Lender, R. KING, Wood Street. Caft. THE'SCUTK ¥/ALESTOAN AND FINANCE CO., FiNANCIExkj, 8, WATERLOO STREET, SWANSEA, Make Cash Advances Daily from £ 5 aro up w aide. Terms Moderate, to ew.i Bor. rowers convenience. Apply personally or by letter. DLstanoe no object. Private and ConikleE ti»! as heretofore. SPECIAL NOTICE—Attendance ETary Thursday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., 4, Castle feireat, Maesteg. L SELENE, Mnviget. P.S.-Ad-v-nc-es made on Plate, Jewfelisiy, Pianos, etc., at moderate tersiB. -=-=-I G £ 5 to £ 5,(103 E t Ol K* For Full Particulars F appJy- R yItil DYKEYOR PLAGE: S 11 c, SWANSEA. y !S. Y v You can Berrow. SWANSEA MERCANTILE BANK, LTD., OF Is. PARK STiiBET. SWANSEA. MAKE CASH ADVANCES FROM 2 10 to c- Pa" 0 To Commercial Geatjcaiea "ra<1esmen, Farmers, and Respectable Holsehoidere, on their own Nute ct Eanti, at a low rats oj Interest. Strictly Private and Confidential, For further particulars, apply H. B. JONES, Manager. r, 18 PARK STREET SWANSEA. DALE,FORTY& CO PIANOS, -N7 il. POPULAR PRICES Give your diiid a cLaace to bocoma a great ianist. Send lor a Free Opy of Our Special Book of information oa PIANOS & ORGANS All Eminent Msiksrs represented in Oar Stock. COLE AGENTS FOR AUTO-PIANOS. TEL-ELECTBIC PIANO PLAYERS DALE. FORT Co LIMITED, HIGH-STREET and CASTLE-ARCADE, CARDIFF. IFANYTHING GOES WRONG With the Digsst-ive or Nervous System by overstrain or by the neglect of Nature's law, the Simplest ana Best Remedy is KERNICICS VEGETABLE PILLS. They are Nature's E-emedy. and there- fore efficacious in the highest degree in all disorders of the Stomach., Liver and Kidneys. Sold in tgd., 13gd. and 2a, 9d. boxes by 2 all Chemists and Stores. ONE HALFPENNY. 'TH M P IR "R ~Jm OXFORD STREET, SWANSEA. jj JG TWO PERFORMANCES NIGHTLY. First PerfonraiiKsS 6.50 p.m. Swone Per- formance S a.m. Seais may ba book-^a 1 v Past, Yvire or 'Phone. Telephone Ko, 92 Central. EASTER MONDAY. LARCH 28th. 1910. and during the wesk. HERBERT DARNLEY sabu lite his Colossal Comccaiv, uidading FRED KITCHEN, In the Military Cornedv Production in 3 Set Scenes, entitled— u PRIVATE POTTS/' Fred Kitchen as Pct-ts, supported by Mrs. Herbert Baroi-ey as the OoioBel'e Daughter, Jessie Cranunond as Potts' VViokod Wife, W. V. ilbey ae the Colonel. Jack v\ xljjajns as the Captain, and Harry Lappo as the Bugler. A Company oi over 53 Performers. ONE T0L7CH OF KITCHEN MA& THE WHOLE WORM' GEIN. TINY ARNOLD, Juvenile Comedienne. 'wontinent&l Spaci-iulitv Act! ROMA AND ROMANI, Introducing Cieyer Solos upon a Variety oi Mus:i eal In^.rumen' 6. STEWAKT AND morgan^ Presenting ther t.ii.ique Vocal Snottialitv Act. GOGGIN AND DAVIS, V,e-.it,ile Comedy Acrobatic Act. A Fair of Military Merrymakers iu an Ac-crjmtuation of Amusing Antics. THE JCLYBACH PIT DISASTER, SHEWN on the American Bioscope. J JACK LANE, The Yorkshire Rustic, assisted by a Piaaot A Witty Genius from the Shire ol Broa4 Acres. -a. The Dancing Marvel, BERTHA WINDER. This Artiste holds the Ladies Champ ica- j ship Beit, and she is the only Performed! WJlO dancses on the back of an Ordmary; Plate. YAMAMOTO And Miss Koyoshi, Cele ij rated ial) ad I eS Eqiiiiibrists, mum I) SWA&SfiA i GfiAND I 1KEATRB. < T«-2?T0ET at 7.S0. JLJoo?a cpell 7. NO liBL Y DOORS. I THE MIDNIGHT WEDDING.' iI PiuCES^ 1/6, 1/S 0dlm J ™*nKAD0- 6peCI-1 2s.; Is. ar-d 6d. -.Ifà.- '-it" TO T 7,10 B Players in the Dramatic- Romance. I IN "FOR LOVE AND THE KING."m PRICES-4d..e 6d" 9d. and 18. j MUIBI^^PIEFSKATING^RINKS^ OPEN ALL DAY. OVER 20,000 FEET SKATING SURFACE PERFECT MAPLE "WOOD A ND ASPHALTE FLOORS IN&TR1;CTTON TO LADIES AND GENTLEMEN FP.EE OF CFARGE. HANNEY'S MILITARY BAND. FIRST CLASS RETURN RAILWAY FARE AND USE OF ROLLER SKATES fp-o -T7,FF fxrvrrpf! RTTTT.LTNG. TH iJRSDAY, 14th APRIL, GRAND FA XCT DRESS SKATING CARNIVAL C- "ALEXANDRA SKATING RINK SV/ANSEA" } THE RINK DE LUXL OF SOUTH WALES. c-pogcioNS 10.30,—I. 2.30—fi.SO. 7.30. i0.3u. ADMISSION 6d. Skates or Floor Surface 6d F*RST CLASS BAKD. Sales by Auction, THANEMOOR HOUSB, WEST CROS. NEAB. MUMBLES, 4 Miles from Swansea. ) Messrs. Clarke, Dovey and Co. Will SELL by PCBLIC AUCTION, at the above address, on FRIDAY XEXT, APRIL Isi, 1910, the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS, Comprising Oak Dining Roora Table 7ft. by Sift., Ditto. 6 Chairs Lather Seated, Ditto. 2 Arm' Chairs, Oak. Dresser, Butler's Tray and Stand, Carved Oak Framed Mirror, Settees in Leather and Tapestry. Bitto. Divan Chairs, Oak Chegt, Sheraton Inlaid Bookcase n-nd Escretoire. Ditto. Ouxio Cabinet, Ditito. C-ernec Cupboard, Ea.ndpaintea Inlaid ahess Table, f-5h>e>ratr>n Inlaid and Carved Oak Pedes-taJi, Austrian, Turkey, and Axminster Carpets and Rugs, Oak Coraer Cupboard. Swansea and other China, Cut Glass, Decanteis, Wine and other Glass, Brass and Cor,per Fire Screens, Brasses, etc.. Bronze and. other Vasas and Fig- ures, Music Stool, Brass Rods and Rings. Plush and other Curtains, Wicker. Cane Seated and other Chairs, Brass, Persian, and other Bed- steads. Spring Mattress, Hair Overlays, F<sa- th-e-r Bolsters and Pillows, Walnut end Oak Bedroom Suites- Coalport and other Toilet Ware, Oak and Pine Drawers, Mirrors, Gas Fit. tines, ete., Large Pine linen Cupboiard, Ditto. Chine* and Glass Cupboard, fiined with drawers for Cutlery, etc., Contents of Nurseries, Ser- v vants Bedrooms, Kitohen, Outhouses, etc., Dinner and Tea Ware, etc.. Garden Frames, Lawn Mower. Green House. Heating Apparatus and Contents, and other Effects too numerous to