HOUSEKEEPERS. w A-NTED, in Swansea, thoroughly cap- able and reliable Working House- keeper, for small family; must be good Plain Cook; references required. State age, and terms—Write A. B., "Daily Post," Swansea. 960w2-9 COOKS, KiTCHENMAIDS, &o. ~VYTANTED, strong Kitchen Maid—Apply 45, •* Walter-road. Swansea. ,,10wt.J ,"T,ANTED, end of February, experienced I Cook; Kitchemaniu and Parlour Maid kept.-Apply Mr. Aeron Thomas, West Cross. 883w2-6 WANTED, Cock-General, reliable and ex- perienced; small fami'y.—Apply, with reference, stating wages required to Mrs. Towers, 12, Handall-road, Clifton/ Bristol. 252n2-9 WANTED. gcod Cock-General; wag':a L18 per annum; also Girl about 18 years, to assist generally.—Apply Mrs. Campey, Bishopston Valley Hotel, Bishopston. I Z54.y2- 254w2-i0 HOUSE AND PARLOURMAIDS. WANTED, Young House-Pariourmaid. Mrs. Ritson, Hearn-a Lodge, 12, De-la- Beche-street, Swans-ea. 457w 2-4 "rANTED, good Housemaid, from 20 to 24. -Apply Mrs. Delaney, Three Crowns. High-street, Swansea.. 214w2-9 XTTANTED, Housemaid; must be clean; wages £ 15; two in family.—Apply 9. Somerset-place, Swansea 955w2-9 NURSES. EXPERIENCED Nume Wanted, Immedi- ately, for ohildren.-Apply lira. Hunt, Welsh Produce, Morriston. 495w2-5 CENERALS. General Servant Wanted.—Apply after ? 2 p.m., 14, Brunswlck.str,et Swansea. 305w2-4 A Girl required, at once, for housework; sleep in or out.—Apply 29, Bryn-y-Mor- crescent, Swansea. 504w2-5 CI ENERAL referenc6, required; good ?? wages to capable maid—Apply 18, Bryn- ro-ad, Swansea. 505w2-5 GOOD General Wanted; gccd wages.—Apply ?? at once, Mrs. E. Thomas, 129, Woodfield- 6treet Morriston. 878w2-10 GENERAL Servant and Day Girl Wanted, at onoe; liberal wages.-40, King Ed- ward-road, Swansea. 952w2-9 GOOD. General, age 22 to 23. or respectable mifldl-e-atred person wanted, at once.— Apply Hopkins, 14, Cecil-street, Ma reel ton, Swensea,. 9C5w2-7 W ANTED, good General; another kept.— Apply 17 Alexandra-road, Swansea. 223 w 2 6 W ANTED, a good Girl. about 13, as Gen- ezal.-Apply 36, Westbury-street, Swan- sea. 456w2-4 W ,kN-,TED, at once, experienced General » Servant.—Apply 54, Walter-road. Swan- aea,. 532w2-5 TJ\7|A.NTED, a General Servant.—Apply 2. Bryn-y-lEoTjorescentt Swansaa. No children. 892w2-6 W ANTED, a good Goneral.-Apply, with reference, to Mrs. lewis, Fernhill. Blackpill. 227w2-10 WANTED, at once, strong iiirl. as Gen- j 1 » eral. -Apply Old Swan Hotel, College- stre-et. Swansea. 471w2-4 ?T?ANTED, good General Servant.—Apply j\* V Mrs. Maloney, Old bu?e Hotel, High- street, Swanasa.. 973w2-9 vY AXTED, clean. respectable Girl, as Gen- eral; good home.—Tracyf 93, Woodfield- 4treet. Morriston. 496w2-4 NVAi-i-TED, good General; two in family.- Apply after 7 p.m., "Hempstead," Sketty-road, Swansea. 217w2-10 Yi ANTED, immediately, a thoroughly do- mestica-ted Girl, 20 to 25.—Apply Tvy Buiii, Pontai-daw-b. 253n2-3 j "\VANTED, a, Young Girl, for housework; sl-eep in.—Apply Mrs. Bevan, 5, Gnoli- avviiue, Sketty, Swansea. C57w2-5 \\rANTED, a General. aged 18 to 20; live in.—Apply, with reference, to ^Irs. Sil- ver, 138, Walter-read, Swansea. 243w2-10 iAv AYFLD, immediately, gwd General; 1 good wages; three evenings cut.-Apply & Bryn-y.Moj.cres.Mnt. Swansea. 212w2-9 il'V ,KNTED, good General Servant, able to t assist in Bar.—Apply Mrs. Davies, Mor- ris Brynhyfryd, Swansea. 506 w2-5 .W ANTED, a Young Girl, for Housework; sleep in or out.—Apply Mrs. Macdon- ald, 147, King Edward-road Swansea. 248w2-6 YVTANTED, good General Servant, able to • assist in Shop.—Apply C. Capaldi, Bryn Restaurant, Pent re Estyll. Swansea. 954w2-9 W ANTED, a reliable Person, between 25 and 30, as General.-Apply Mount Plea- sant Hotel. Trecynon, near Aberdare. 545wZ-6 W ANTED, immediately, good, respectable General, able to wash; sleep in or out. —Apply Levi, Union Inn, Morriston. 256n2-9 w ANTED,, good, strong, respectable Girl. to make herself generally useful. — Apply Queen's Hotel, Docks, Swanse-a. 856w2-6 TTTANTED, strong General; country girl preferrect-Apply Mrs. Greenslade, Arches Hotel, Quay Parade, Swansea.. 201w&-9 w ANTED. a clean, respectable Girl. 14 or 15. for mornings.—Apply after 6 p.m., Mrs. McDonald, 262. Oxford-street, Swansea. 200 w 2-5 w ANTED, Girl, from the country, a= Gen- eral; small family; wages £ 16.—Ad- dress General, "Daily Post," Swansea,. 187w2-9 "V\7"ANTED immediately, experienced Gen- eral.-Apply. with references to Mrs. T. Jenkins Berkeley House, Tredegar. 221w2-10 TINTED, a good General; sleep in or out: no children.—Apply 4. St. Helen's-cree- cent, facing Victoria Park, Swansea. 876w2-6 w ANTED, a clean Young General, also to assist in Shop when required.—Apply, with references, to 84, St. Helen's-road, Swan- 920w 2-7 WANTED. a General Servant; three in family. Apply .34, Windsor-terrace. Uplands, Swansea. 911w2-7 W A.NTIED, good General Servant, able to wash; references required.—Apply 3D. Carlton-terraoe Swansea.. 250w2-6 i TXTANTED, a reepectabl-e General, immedi- ately; good wages.-Apply 14, Alex- andra,t-errirtce, Brynmill, near Brynmill Park. Swansea. 474w2-4 rl,V,ANTED, General Servant, two in fam- f ily. good home, good wages; references required.—Apply Mrs. Green, 2, George-street. Swansea. 866wg-10 TX^NTED, at once, a clean General; refer- » enoes required; sleep home: Uving near Uplands preferred.—Apply 17, Uplands- crescent. Swansea. 398w2-3 W,LNTED, jood G-eneral; must- be fond of children; good home and wages for a suitable person.—Apply Mrs. Isaac Levi. 65, Dyvatty-etreet, Swansea. 888w2-7 "\j?7"ANTED. General, or Cook-General, four I in family, washing out; Nurse and Housemaid kept; good wages.—Apply Mrs. Humphreys Davies, Rotherbank, Roth-erslade, Lan gland. 477w2-4 YOUNC DIRLS WANTED. "TXTiXNTED, a good Day Girl.—Apply Rees, V, 10, Mirador-crescent, Swansea. 3?4w2-3 WAJJTED, at once, a good Day Girl: or J r one to sleep in.—Apply 29, Bryn-y-Mor- crescent, Swansea. 418w2-3 W I-NTED, a Girl, not under 16. for morn- ins.-Apply 4, Glanmor-crescent Up- lands, Swansea. 246n2-7 TXTANTED. Young Girl: tfleep out.—Apply » 228, Oxford-street, Swansea,. 884w2-7 BARMAIDS, HOTEL SERVANTS, Etc. W ANTED, a respectable and reliable Young Person, as Working Barmaid- Apply Bind-f-n-Hiainid, Miorristion. 535w2-5 W A,NTTED. smart Barmaid-, used to quick counter trade.-Apply, with references, lira. Nicholls, Red House, St Thomas. Swan- Sea. 197w2-5 at once, Barmaid, must be cf good appearance, and have experience. -Apply by letter, Barmaid, c.o. Charlie T-v^n-. Newsagent,and Tobacconist, Bryn-y- Mor-road, Swansea, 856w2-6 MISCELLANEOUS SITUATIONS. BRICKLWER Wanted, long job for suit- able man.—Apply New Buildings, Pwll-street, Landore. £ 26w2-5 CHARWOMAN Wanted, tempororily. —Apply 6.30 p.m., to 235, High-street. fijVansea, 350w2-4 MISCELLANEOUS SITUATIONS. pHAR WOMAN Wanted, immediately.— Mrs. Davies, Station lan, High-atreet, ,S -in se a. 237w2-10 c- IP,RIAGE Trimmer Wanted.-Apply Pal- nier Bl., 7, 8, 9, and 10, Gower-street, 4 wan-sex. 567wi-V QONFECTIONERY.—Youth Wanted, for Packing; Motor Van Boy; Woman for Cleaning. —Mackworth Bakery, Swansea. 265n2-10 CLEK8 desiring rapid promotion should send me a card. —W. Jeckson A.I.S.A., Public Accountant, 16, B-asinghall-stre-et. Loi!- (hu. E.C. 338w2-9 ? J. MEYLER, Ltd., Swansea,. has vacan- D. cies for experienced Young Ladies for 8ilowrcom and Fancy. 234w2-10 DRAPERY Experienced Young Lady Wanteu, -0 serve through; live out.- Cecil and Co., Ltd., 36, Oaetle-etreet, Swansea. 516w2-5 EXPERIENCED Packer and Sorter re- •* J quired; also respectable Girls; just leaving soiiool. for same department (ati learners).- ),Iana.geress, Baths, Swansea.. 527w2-5 G ROCERY.-Wo,nted, several smart Jun- iors, for BraneTies.-Apply Pegler's Stores, Ltd., 174, Dcek-street, Newport. O'On" C FMPROVER Wanted, for Garage; wages 17s. td.—Apply Chapman, Garage, Mum- ''■ies.. 236 ri2-S TRONMONGER'S Porter and Warehouse- Im-g-i Wanted. Young Man, strong, ac- tive, and willing t > make himself generally useful; permanent Situation fer suitable m.an.-St.:1te age, wages, references, to T. Jenkins. Ironmonger, Tredegar. 22lw2-!0 T- -,eclego,,r. 221,vv2- 'O NEATH.-Wa,nted, immediately, good Ploughman.—Jarvis, Crythan Farm. 6n2-9 OPPORTUNITIES ABROAD. Men and Women. Salvation Army. Unique world-wide organisation. Gives up-to-date disinterested and experience^, advice. Work guaranteed. Now orgianising weekly con- ducted parties to Canada. First sailing 21st February.—Write or call, Gommissioner Lamb. 5, Denmark-street, Bristol (Head Office, London). PLOUGHMAN Wanted.-Apply E. Wm. Jar- P Yis, Crythan Farm, near Neath. 220n2-3 PARTNERSHIP open to ambitioua worker, capital unnecessary. Only those giv- ing ful! particulars will be considered.—Ad- dress Energy, "Daily POiSt," Swansea. 355w2-2 "PARTNERSHIP.—Advertiser wishes to meet pLad, or Gentleman, with 159 for ex- tension of business; can draw 94 per month. -Write Partner, "Daily Post," Swansea. 1554w2-5 ESPECTABLE, €ldeny Psrson?anted. as RCaretaker for country cottage.—Apply 513., High-street, Swansea. 541w2-10 VV ANTED, Secretary, for Money Society in Swansea; one able to invest £ 50 to C-100, or influence the amount.—Write Chairman. "Daily Post," Swansea, 486w2-4 VIT,ANTED, Gardener, attend to Dogs, and make himself generally useful: refer- ences required.—Apply to Mr. Harry G. Thomas. Brynheulog. Elackpill 836w2-7 WANTED. Under Manager, for Steam C-cal Colliery in Western District.-Apply, stating age, experience, and salary required, to Box 209, "Daily post," Swansea.. 934w2-9 vV ANTED. by t,ic, Bla,ina Lancaster Town Band. two Bass Players, also Solo Cor- net; work found for suitable men. Apply stating full particulars, to A. Jackson, 19, Abe d, Blaina, Mon. 440w2-4 XrOUNG Girl, about 16, Wanted, Station- ery, Toys, etc., at Bennett's Library. Uplands, Swansea.—Apply after 8 p.m. 975w2-5 Q ALES MAN Wanted, to Sell Boiling Water I Appliances for Foctory, Dining Rootr>> i Hote's, lieetauranto, etc., on ocmmission. Swansea and district.—Apply 274c, 34, Union- s' rest Birmingham. 241n2-6 QMART Draper's Assistant required, to in- ? troduoe Special Work to Shop AseMt- ants throughout South Wales. Give full par- tic Lil.%rs.-Addr%ess, first instance. Practical, "Daily Post." Swansea. 852w2-6 j fjpINHOUSE Fitter.—Wanted, Improver, for -1 Tinplate Works in fflonmcuthshire. — Write Fitter^ "Daily Post/' Swansea. 245n2-7 YX"ANTED, Quarryman.—Write Quarry. "Da.ilv Post," Swansea. 195w2-9 I "\X/"ANTED, a gocd General Servant.—Apply 1 Mrs. Herbert Fit, 30, GnoTl-aveir.ie, | Neath. 894w2-7 1V A¡TED, a Young Lady, as Pianist. — ? Apply T. D. W<)ow.orth att(i C Ltd., Hi'rh-strf>et. Swansea. 859w2-6 j WANTED, a smart Youth, about 18. as Bcois, Cash Chemists, Bryn-y-Mor-road. Swansea. 882w2-6 | XU"ANTED, a respectable Lad, able to drive J Y and ride (1. bicycle.—Apply G. Thomas Fi=hmonger, Oiford-s'r^et, Swansea. 249n2-7 ~f ANTED, immediately, Junior Asistant, at Gwanncaegurwen: good vages given to suitable man.—Mathias, Morriston. 922w2-? XyHEELWRTGHT Wanted; used to light and heavy work; constant employ- ment; good wages.—Apply Holloway. Ll-an- ell.v. 226w2-10 XtrANTED, good Banker Hands, for Bath Stone, at Dillwyn-s+reet New Garages. —Apply on job, D. Jenkins, Ltd., Contractors, Swa.-ise-a. 240w2-5 XXTrANTED, Young Person, to make herself useful, and to e?aist in Bar must have good refeNnoes.-Apply ?ones Hafod Inn, 414w2-5 Swans&a. 414w2-3 WANTED, a smart Young Man, well uSAd | to horæs, and to make himaelf gener- ally usaful.—Apply COPU8, 18, Oxford-streft. Sv,- msea 473w3-4 ? j T7!WAITRESSES.—Wanted, two Waitresses, for evenings; OTIe evening a week out; wages 5s.-Central Fish Restaurant, Gcwer- strppt Swansea. ?97w2-3 i TXl ÀNTED, strong Lads, for China. Depart- It" men and Upholstery Workroom.—Apply Furniture Department, Ben Evans and Co., I T/d. Swansea. d.b.2-4 WANTED, at once, Hauliers, with Cart i ov light traction; constant work. Apply South Wales Concrete Brick Co.. Ltd.. j Landore, Swansea. ?61n2-6 "TTT ANTF,D, a good, sharp Girl. 15 to 16, for Warehouse; must be willing to make herself generally useful.—Write to Box 49. "Daily Post," Swansea. 184wl-5 | | AGENTS AND TRAVELLERS. | AGENTS AND TRAVELLERS. I — j AGENTS Canvassing Farmers Hors&. and Cattle Owners earn £ 3- £ 10 per week.- Write South, 56, Warton-road, Stratford. ion- don. Established 1S67. 902w2-7 AGENTS Wanted, to call on Farmers, Job masters, Contractors, Hotel Pronrie- tors Tradesmen; high- commission.—Write Secretary, 46, Aspinali-road, Brockley, Lon- don. SíART Lady Canvaseer& Wanted, nw 1in- Salary and commission. Required to ¡ trQvel.-Loide 17, AlTred-street, Neath. 543w2-6 A Company of high standing, and with ample capital, has a vacancy for an iOiitdoni, Representative who can furnish good references as to character and energy. —Address Vacancy "Daily Post," Swansea. 4.3Sw2-4 GOOD Spare Time A?(.nnY—A?70lutely thp G best. Grand opportunity for working man to improve his position and to secure independency. No responsibility or outlay. B?cts. Suits. OoBtums, Drapery, Watches, iJeweller-y, Household Requisites, etc., Sup- plied on first instalment. Commission 2-5 per icent. No deductions. £ 500 paid to one agent Satisfaction guaranteed. Sanipice, patterns Ifree.-Apply Freeman and Company, Laven- der Hill. London. 3093 VfOW is your chance of getting hold of an -L? up-to date Agency, Full or Spare-time. Most reliable English nrm. who supply all goods. Cash cr Credit. Furniture, Pianos, MangJes, Washing Machines, Sewing Machines, Clothing, Jewellery, etc., etc. Best commission paid. -Write "Cardin," "Daily Post," Sv,"ana, 216w2-9 REPRESENTATIVE required, for Sale of I Coal to wcrks in Swansæ district, who I has already had similar experience there.- State age, salary, and full particulars of ex- perience, to B31, "Western Mail," Cardiff. 228w2-10 SCOTTISH Legal Friendly Society.—Agents Wanted, on special terms. No debit system. Bcok for Sale.—Apply top floor, Cen- tral Buildings, Fisher-street, Swansea. 902wZ-7 ''jpTIE Swansea Branch of a large firm re-' quire the services of two smart Men i to complete their staff of outdoor repi'esen- tativei, Previous selling abilities not abso- lately necessary if p06,sed with fair educa- Ition and good personality. Salary to suit- able applicants.—Write, giving full particu- j lars of age, etc., to Box 239, "Daily post," Swansea. 239w2-6 TXT ANTED, by well-known firm, a Resi- l't dent Agent for Neath and Port Talbot (no! iusurancoj. Applicants should be ener- getic, aj-d able to get new business. Per- manency, with good future prospects. Good ¡ salary and commission to approved appli- cant.—Write. giving age. and previous occu- 1 pation, to Box 349, "Daily I)ost," Swan-ea. 239w2-6 MANAGERS, CLERKS, &e. 1 XVTANTED, Junior Clerk, in Solicitos j f Offie; experience essential. Salary and full particulars to Parker "Daily Post, Swansea. 267w2-6 WANTED, a Junior Clerk, able to do Shorthand; and Typewriting.—Write, stating wages, and experience, to Box 22. "Daily Post," Swansea. 300n2-9 APPRNTICS AND ASSISTANTS. G-ROCERY and Provisions.—Wanted, ener- getic Junior Assistant.—'Vfrite Box 245. "iJaily Post," Swansea. 455w2-4 "Jl/TILLINERY.-Apprentices Wanted for Mil- l. linery Workrooms and Showrooms; to Lye out. Apply Madame Emilio Evans 29, Oxford-street Swansea. 2632.10 XI/'ANTED, Improvers and Apprentices, for Vest9; also a Girl used to the machine. —Apply 220, Picton-lane, Dillwyn-street, Swan- soo. t 936w2r9 'W ANTED, a Young Lady Apprentice, to the Drapery Trade; Sketty district; one just left school j)referred.-Write Box 124, "Druly Post," Swansea. l76w2-9 XyANTED. Young Lady Assistant, for Fruit and Sweet Business!; quick and obliging; live iii.-Full particulars of experience, to Immediate. "Daily Post," Swansea. 956w2-9 I)FFlC ROY. ERRAVH rnvs». aq, OO'i Wanted, jnv>t leaving school.—Apply W. Tremev>.tn, Manufacturing Sta- tioner, 54, Wind-street, Swansea. 512v."2-5 OY Wanted, after school hours, 5 to 7, generally useful, tidy, respectable. and roliable.-Apply between 6 and 7. at 25, Bryn- y-Mor-road (near Hospital), Swansea. 962wZ-5 yTEALTHY Employment for Boys just leav- ing sohool; good y.-age5.—Watkins, Printers and Cardboard Box Makers, Rut- land-street, Swansea. 17 RESPEcTABLE Err?nd B,)v r?uifcd; good -L wages'-A\pply b(c:lè;i;S, <Jo.;f-:c'?un- ers, Walter-road, Swansea. 322w2-2 sMART Boy Wanted.—Apply G. Wiikinsand Co., Printers, 5a, Nelson-terrace, Swan- sea. S91w2-? A a strong Boy—Apply Watts, Confecticne.' Nelson-Street, Swansea. 234H2-5 ANTED, a. smart, tall Errand Boy.— » Apply Cecil and Co. 36, Oastle-street, 853w2-5 ~YATANTED, two respectable Errand Boys.— Apply Enoch and Co., Wat-erloo-str^t, Swansea. 213w&3 "IA/"ANTED, at once, a strong Errand. Boy.— Apply Cash Hardware Stores, 10. Ox- ford street, Swansea. 874w2-7 'T ANTED smart I>ad, as Mee&enger; one able to ride bicycle.-Apply George Wil- lia-m. 69. High-strrs-t, Swansea. 230112-4 XyAN"TED, a smart Omce LW, about 15 y?'trs of age.—Apply B. H. Thomas, ?t. Mary's Chambers, Church-street, Swansea. 257n2-9 XX"ANTED, after school hours, a smart Boy, i » aq Lather Boy for a Shaving Saloon.- Apply to B. Freed man, 1, Beaufort Arches. St. Thomas, Swansea. 935w2-5 X\TANTED, an intelligent Boy. for Office; splendid prospects. Apply in own handwriting, stating age, etc., to Box 66. "Daily Post," Swansea-. 242w2-10 XO'ANTED, smart Lad, for Lathering, in » Shaving Sloon-App]y at Charles Evans' Hairdressing Saloon, and T?,Nq-c?on- ist, etc., Gwydr-square, Uplands, Swansea. 360w2-« W ANTED, at once. strong, honest Lad. as I Messenger, between and after school; Brynmill district: one b?en out before pre- fern-d. or experienced. — M. Lewis 4, Fin?- burv-terra-ce, Swansea. 895w2-4 i XTR.ANTED, three smart Lads, from 14 to f f 16 years of age, with a knowledge of j Shorthand and Typewriting.—Apply Man- ager, Commercial Collecting Co., Ltd.. 38-39. Worcester-place, Swansea. 248w2-6 — ————- StTUATIONS WANTED, ADVBRTSIER, long experien co Collier -?- Work?, Shipping, and Accountancy. good knowledge cf Fiench, seeks position o? truat.—Write Trust, "Daily Post," Swancea. 854w2-6 'DjiKERS.—Ma.n-Md Man, 37, a.?tain?r and T!cn-sm'Jker. seeks r-e-engag'?m?nt; used to machinery; good references.—J. Dean, 17. ELDERLY Man wants situation as Night Watchman; understands Stieam Boil- ers; or as Handy Man. Warehouseman, cr I any place of trust.—Addreeg G. D., 11, Page- street, Swansea. 434w2-4 GARDENER, experienced, requires a situa- ?? tion. or would not object to a few day a week.—W. Mooring, Newton Mum- bles.. 192w2-9 SUPERIOR Young Widow (23), desires ( engagement Housekeeper, single gentle- man or widower; highest references.—Write j May. "Daily Post," Swansea. 924w2-7 XXT.ANTED, by respectable Person, Situation as Housekeeper t.o a, Widower orBach- elor; comfortable home; at (mce. — Mi53 DavieF, 4, Queen's-plaoe, Carmarthen. 502w2-5 w ANTED, Insurance Agency, or similar a.ppoiiitment, by Young Mumbles Gentleman who has a few hours daily to opare.-Adclress Mumbles. "Daily Post," Swansea. 458w2-4 YOUNG Lady seeks post in Grocery or Confectionery, experienced. — Daviec, Gurncs Supply Stores, Ystalyi'era. ?.P?w2-3 VOUNG Lady (20), fond of children, desirt,4 morni n- -nWagement; first lessons if required.—Write E. M. E., "Daily Post." wans.ea. 490w2-5 YOUNG Ladt (22) seeks situation in Con- fectionery cr any other business; has j had experience.-Write D. A., "DailT Post." Swansea. 461w2-6 YOUNG Lady (17). Mouireg situation in yCasli Det-?, Morriaton 'cr Swar,30a; qufk at figure?.—Addre £ 3 Superior, "Daily Post," Swansea. 541w2-5 HOUSES W"r=". HOUSE W a uted. —Commercial Traveller re- quii-fcs House, 10.. to 12s.; four in fam- ily; 5s. given for information.—Wiite M. C., "Daily Post," Swansea. 933?,) WANT-EI) Cottage Bishopston, MurtGn,c?r t, Mumbles di,?t-et.-Stae rent, ?O Mm'- ton. "Daily Post," Swansea. 223wl2~9. WANLTED to Rent, a House, good locality, all conveniences; possession 203 soon iló possible.—Write J. H. J., 8 and 9, Iligh- street, Swansea.. 249w2-10 WANTED, Private House, about £ 30 per annum exclu- ive; excellent references St. Helen's or Trafalgar-terrace preferred.— Write X.Y.Z., "Daily Post," Swansea. 220w2-10 Xy ANTED, House, four bedrooms, by March; Uplands, Brynmill, cr King Edward-road; small family.—Apply Urgent, c.o. Evans, Newsagent, Gwydr-square. Up- lands, Swansea. 238w2-4 .t: _"='!to MISCELLANEOUS WANTS. -4_ Xy ANTED to Purchase, a Buli-Terrier or Fox Terrier, with pedigre-8.-Apply 271, Oarmarthen-road, Swaneea. 431w2-4 WANTED to Purchase, Salvage Plate-glass, 2ft. '4in. to 3ft. Or anv sizes above.— Apply 137, New-road, Skewen, near Neath. 942?2?9 W kNTEI), fairly Lar? Stores, in Port f Talbot of Aberavon.— Apply, eivitig full particulars, to Stores, "Daily Post," Swansea. 23 £ n2-5 Xy ANTED, nearly all white Fox Terrier Bitch, rcugh eoaMd. for ratting; small j one preferred.—Addiess Fox Terrier, "Daily 1 Po"t." Swansea. 186w2-9 t 't?.TANTED? ?ceond-?and Governess CRr, with iron tyrss far pony 13 hand: also Set of Harness.—Apply by letter to S. L. Grsgor, Nestbrcok, Swansea. 949w2-9 XyANTED to Buy, Farmer's Tip Cart, and j Crank Axle Cart, to suit cob 14.2 h.lI.: als,, Trap, to suit 14 b-h. Send price and par- ticulars in writing to 38, St. Alban's-road, c 517w2-5 Xyr\NTED, Mteering Column and Steering Wh'2el for small car; also Wanted to Rent. SEMll Shed or Stable near Hospital. rent required.—Reply Cycle Car, "Daily j Post." Swansea. 90Sw2-8 j QMALL Capital required, to Patent a vc-e- ? fut article in every day u^: ?berat share 0flered.—Address Patents, "Daily Post," Swans-a. 961w2-5 6 White Wyandotte Pul!e!s. hatched April ? 191,) nnrded Cockerel, same breed, March. 1913. for Sale; price 25s. the lot.—H. W. Griffiths. Rushmoor, Bishopston Common. 910w2-3 MATRiMOMY. BACHELOR, age 23. height 5ft. 5!n., dark, Brecently returned from sea as Purser, wishes to m?t refined Young Lady, view matrimony. Photos excha-n?ed.—Write Pur- ser, "Daily Post," Swansea. 476w2-4 ARTTVTCITAT, Limbs, Hands, Crutches, Leg ,.1 lrans, Deformity Boots. "Stcelless" Easifit" Trusses. Lady Attendant. Eeit-Oor- j sets, Elastic Stockings.—Pearce, 23, Charl- street, Cardiff. Tel. 1282. Liet free. 105n4-6 MISCELLANEOUS SALES. :EL'-AN EOUS '=- FOR SALE, old-fa<shioned Sideboard, cheap. —Apply Clarke, 20, Carnglas-street, Sketty. 943w2-9 I^OR SALE, three Wardrobes, and three Kitchen Tables, -1ft. by 3ft.; must Mil. —Apply 7a, P?xton-street. Swansea. 236w2-10 F Olt SALE, thre? Wardrobe. and Lhrê Kichen Tables, 4ft. by 3ft.; mu??t se?. —App?y 7a, Paxton-stieet, Swan&ea. 380w2-3 TpCiR SALE, Kch-riggêd Trawler; 42 tone register; could be a.dapt?d for coaster at little expense.—Apply. T. H. Lillycrop, Fish I Merchant, Tenby. 500w2-5 j FOR SALE, a few pure-bred White Wyan- dottes, Pullets, laying, and two beauti- ful Cockerels, same breed.—G. MilleT, White Ho?e. ManseIK-]. 10931-2-9 '?OR SALE, Handsome Whit? Painted Tre1. lis Scr?n suitable for Shop or HaH; cheap to immediate purcli,aser.-AppiN, Walter-road, Swansea. 493w2-9 A Friendly Scci&ty Book for &aJe. eounl. L solid dHbit: barpmn to immediate ca,h buyer: good living.—Apply Society, "Daily Fo"t." Swansea. 522w2-5 BILLLIT D S. Threfe full-siye Billiard Tabk'S, one 6ft. x 5ft., for Sale.—Apply Evang, Alexandra Dairy, Skewen. 413w2-3 INSURANCE Book for Sale.-Apply 16. Lang- don-place, any day, from 3 o'clock to 6 o'clock. 393w2-3 11\t1'.IIJK for &i?. zC t) 30 ;all(ms daily, 'ntH ",IAILK f,)r a t? 30Milk, "Daily Post Swansea. ['23w2-5 I DOCS FOR SALE. FOX TERRIER.—Beautifully marked Dog L fOr Sale, about 14 months old. over dis- temper; price 30s -Write Terrier, "Daily Post," Swansea. 199w2-9 FOlt SALE, beautiful coated Black Pom ■ Dog, high pedigree, over distemper; price 45s.; worth five guineas.—Apply 47, St. Helen's-road. Swansea. 971»v2-9 TjH)R SALE, high-class smooth Fox Terrier Puppies, sire "Eagle Toff," son of the champion "Rabygaliarti"; chaa.p to good home.—Apply J. Daniel, Eagle Temperaneo Hotel. Port Talbot. 263n3-6 AIREDALE Dog for Sale, two years old, splendid guard and companion; price £ 2.—Apply 16, Hawthorne-avenue, Uplands, Swansea. 493\v2-5 PEDIGREE Airedale Dog for Sale, lei pmonths. house trained, good guard a.nd companion: price two guineas; also Cockerels, and two Pullets from my win- ning Malays, good breeding trio, 30s. Tn- spection invited.—Lengden, Springfield House, Coick-,?tt. 417v, 9,- -i Cockdt. 417w2o PROPERTY FOR SALE OR TO LET. John M. Leeder and Son's Announce- ments. TO LET. DOUBLE-FRONTED SHOP, 160ft. by 25ft., Din -,he best part of High-etMet.—Appiy John M. Leeder and Son, Waterloo-street. Swans0a.. 243n2-7 if !C,H-STREET.-Double-frr,nt-ed Shop, ex- cellent business position, 'extensive accommodation, immediate possession. — Apply John M. LeedBr and Son. 243n2-7 iXFORD-STREET (close to Market), double- fronted Shop, 20ft. by S4ft.. Workshops at rear, five large Shops over.—Appljr John M. Leader and Son. 243n2-7 f 1WMDONKIN-TEJittACE. Pleasant little House, containing two Reception, four Bedrooms, Bath, usual offices; early posses- sion.-Apply John M. Leeder and Son. 243n2-7 pATON GROVE.-Nicely situated Seini-de- '*? tached House, three Reception and seven Bedrooms, Bath, usual offices; pesses- sion by arran.cm-ent.-Aprly John M. Leeder and Son. 24.3n2-7 I? £ UNSWICK-STREET.-Stable and Work- shops, conveniently situated, cartway entrance; possession by arrangement; lease will be granted.—Apply John M. Leeder and Son. 243n2-7 OFFICES, centrally situated, well lighted I rooms on first floor; moderate rent; immediate possession.-Apply John M. Leeder and Son. 243n2-7 QKETTY.—Suite of living Rooms, on first I floor over business premises, close to tram terminus; immediate possession; low rental.—Apply John M. Leeder and Son. 243n2-7 ATON GROVE.-D-!irable Family lirei- dence, containing three Reception Rooms, Billiard Room, six Bedrooms, Ba.th and usual Offices. Attractive Garden. Charm- irg outlook over Channel. Earl possession. by arrangement. Moderate rent.—Apply John M. Leeder and Son. 245.u2-7 FOR SALE. SKETTY.—Double-fronted Shop, ciose to centre cf Villa, and on the main Gowsr road, Cartway at side, separate en- trance to house.—Apply John M. Leeder and Son. 243n2-7 Q KETTY.—Several Detached and Semi-d?- kcacheCt Villas, on the Co-sdsaeson Estate, all modern conveniences, and close toO tratn route.—Apply John M. Leeder and Son. 543n2-7 Q KETTY.—Oamglag-mad, nine 6-roorned Houses, all modem conveniences, K'ng gardens, easy distance from trams.- A i'pip- John M. Le-eder and Son. 243n2-V MORRISTON.—Seven Cottages, known as 1: "Bush Cottages," in excellent condition, and close to business centre.—Apply John M Leeder and Son. 243n2-7 ?BEEHOLD and Leasehold Ground Pents, kectired upon a centrally situated pro. party, for Disposal.—For full particulars ■ apply John M. Leeder and Son. 243n2-7 J BR, YNA-IILL. Well-appointed Residence, 1 containing two Reception, five Bed- rooms, bath, a,nd usual offict's. small garden;' low ground rent; early possession. —App 1 y John M. Leeder and Son. 243n2-7 EATON GROVE.-P.air of Semi-detached E Villas, each containing Dining-room, Drawing-room, Morning Room, seven Bed- rooms, bath (hot and usual offices; possession by arrangement.Tchn M. Leeder and Slii. 243n2-7 T?JRYNMILL-CRESCENT. A convenient, easily worked House, on long lease;' low ground rent; electric light throughout.— Apply John M. Leeder and Son. 243n2-7 UPLANDS.—For conversion into Business Premises, House, closn to Uplands Post Onio*. and on tram route; growing neigh. bcurhood.—Apply John M. Leeder and Son, Waterloo-street, Swansea. -• 243n2-7 Astiov Samue,"s Announoements. 10 LET, Semi-detached Villa, Eversley- road, Sketty, two Reception, four Bed- rooms, Bath (hoc and cold), modern, and up- to-dsto: rent £ 40; possession March 25.-Ast- ley Samuel, Auctioneer, Swansea. 239w2-6 ''?O LET, Qu?en'6-ro?d. Skctty? exceptionally J- well fitted and arranged 'Detached Vil- la, three Reception, four Bedrooms, Box Room. Bath, W.C., Conservatory, nice gar- den rent, £55. Early possession.—Astley Sam- uel, Auctioneer and Valuer, Swansea. 239w2-6 XCIRADOR-CRESCENT.-Por 'Sale. House, IT- in good crder, three Reception Rooms, l fiye, Bedrooms; every convenience; lease 80 years,- ground rent £ 4 Cel.—Astley Samuel. ■ Auctioneer and Valuer. Swansea. 239w2-6 rT*OWN END OF BRY?-ROAD.—Capital 8- T1.1(?)med House, w" all conveniences; long lease; low ground rent; paice X450. A?tley Ssmuel. Auc?ione?r. Swans&a. 239w2-6 TTIRWElIOLD HOUSE for Sale, in Finebury- -t terrace, eeven rooms, bath (hot a? cold); in lower part of t?fpace; opportun- ity for quick buyer.—Astley Samuel, Auc. tirneer. Swansea. 239w2-6 HODNEY-STREET.-House for Sale, w, h :.I" Siab'e ■. Ground rent £ 2 2?. 6d.: lmse about 50 years—Astley Samuel, Auctioneer. Swansea. 239w2-6 '— —. HIgMan and Co.'s Announcements. QKETTY.- For Sale, several six-roomed Houses, in good situat01 well let, easy terms.—-Avply Higrnan and Co., Auctioneers. I' 919w2-7 FONTARDULAIS.-Fcr Sale, six Semi-de- I tached Houses; centrally situated near statj^n and works: good investment; low price to clos-a estate.—Apply Higman and Co. Auctinieers, Swansea. 9*9w2-7 RHYDDINOS PARK-ROAD—For Sale. c?a? -? to trams, c?nvenMnt 6ix-?'"('m('d Hct?e. in good order, long lease, moderate ground re.n~.— Apply Higman and Co., A-uu<uers, 1, Northampton-place, SwaTise-a. 919w2-7 O KETTY .—Leasehold Ch?p. Bakehouse and in gcod ?'?'itton, fro. minent premises, long lease, moderate ground rent.—Apply Higman a d Co., Auctioneers, 8wansta,. 919w2-7 ?? 0( ",)o -7he Buifd!T? ?<?? ?? Society, est?abli??bed 37 years. makes Advances on Properties, easy repay- ments. Solicitors' and Valuers' charges paid by the Society.—Apply H. C. Higman, Secre. tars, 1, Northampton-place, Swansea. 919w2-7 PROPERTY FOR SALE OR TO LET. Trevor E. Williams's Announcements. i 22, 23, and 24, Waterloo-place, Brynm'U, for Sale—Apply Trevor E. Williams, Auctioneer and Valuer, 17, St Mary-street, Swansea. 240w2-6 HOCJSK in Oaklands-terraco for Sale. — Apply Trevor F. Williams. House and Estate Agent 17, St. Mary-street, Swansea. 240W2-6 IJOUSB in Windsor-r.treet for Sale—Apply Trevor E. Williams, Auctioneer, 17, St. Miry-street, Swansea. 240w2-6 HOUSES in Western-Street for Saie.-Apply L Trevor E. Williams, Auctioneer and F:.?!ate Agent, 17, St. Mary-sfeet Swansea-. Tel. Docks 124. 240w2-6 HOUSFR at Langland and Mumbles for < Sate.—Apply Trevor E. Williams. Auc- tioneer. 17. St. Mary-street, Swansea. 240w2-6 QEVERAL Sums of Money ready to Advance on Mortgage.—Apply Ti-evOr E.. Wil- liams. Auctioneer and Valuer, 17, St. Mary- street, Swansea. Tel Docks 124. 240w2-6 YpOR SALE, Lease of Tlousp and Shop, in Dillwyn-street; immediate possession.— Write Dillwyn, "Daily Post," Swansea. B55w2-5 F OR SALE. Business Premise's, situated in L' Prince of Wal-es-roau; good living ac- commo(lation.-W,-ito Box 6, "Dajly Post," Swansea. 205w2-9 ￼ SALE, Fre?hoM BuHdtn? S!t?3. clost to Terrace-road and proposed new tram ronto, 15ft. frontage and large depth, com. manding excellent views, and eminently suit- able for er-actioji of small houses. P-,ic-st, from fZO each.-hlor further particulars apply Edward Harris. Solicitor, 3. Fisher-street, Swansea. 2354 XyAUNARLWYDD, GOWERTON.-To Let, old-established Butcher's Business-, every donveniiofnee.; good «pportunJfty to smart man.—John Lewis Butcher, Waunarl- wydd, Gowerton, 875w2-6 rPO be Let. Llwyngriffith Farm, adjoining the main road from Aberdulais to Cry- nant, and aljout four miles from the town of Neath. Area about 65 acres. Possession 25th March, 1914.—Apply W. J. Rees and Partners, The Laurels, Swansea- 238n2-5 XTORTGAGES.—Good, sound Freehold and 11 Leasehold Property Securities required. Any sum up to £ 12,000.—Write Leasehold, "Daily Post," Swansea. 248n2-7 "OR SALE, good Lodging House, with 8 years' lease, jn thoroughly good sani- tary ord.er.- For inspection supply 25, Fisher- street, Swansea. l83w2-9 BUSINESS FOR DESPGSAL. JLI Olt SALE, by Private Treaty, as a, going concern, Lodging-bouse at Llanelly; good opportunity. —Apply Mr. Lewis Phillips, Solicitor, LlaneJly. 247n2-7 "OAINTING and Jobbing Builder's Business for Sale, in Cardiff No reasonable offer refused. Stock and Plant, about £ 75.— Write Builder, "Daily Post," Swansea. 909w2-7 TO LET-IBUSINESS PREMISES. HPO LET, Corner Shop and Bakebo?e?. 18, 1 SL G?org?-?trcet, SwanMa,. Apply 32, St. George-street, Swansea. 487w2-5 rr*WO Rooms on arst floor iront, Lnion Chambers, Union-a?Met; suit Ag?nt. Tailor?, etc.-Apply 14, P1cton..pklce Swan- Bea- 511w2-5 'i^O LET, Corner Shop, Room above, and f ba?'?ment; prominent positkn, Union &nd Park-street; rare opportunity.—Apply 14, ricton-plac-e, Swansea. 5liw2-5 r f 0 I.ET, Large, Spacious, Newly Fitted Cor- ner Shor, Stores, Heist, and Premises, at Kingcbridge, Gorseinon; suit wholesale grocers or bakers.-AI)ply 8teven, 2, Worces- ter-place, Swansea- 863w2-6 IIOVSE and Shop to Lot, at Pforestfach. on main ro-ad leading to Cockett Sta- tion; double-plate-giass front; Ic\Y rental- Apply Crocker, Norman House, Fforestfach, 907w 2-7 ySTORKSHOP and Ya,i,cl to Let, in Gordou terrace.—Apply Vetch Field, Swansea. 258n2-9 FOR SALE-HOUSES. "jnOR SALE, 27, Finsbury-terrace, in the .r occupation of owner, newly decorated throughout; early possess ion. — Apply at above address. 480w2-4 "-Ol,t SALE, three Houses, and large cov- ered slated ro-of Shed. Hafou.—Apply 1. G. Dü-v, 80, Gethin-ter- Cv.-mbv-rrla, Swansea. 851w2-6 TT^OR SALE, several well-built Houses, at St. Thomas, containing six rooms, with bath (hot and cold), well let,; good invest- ment.—Address A.B.C., "Daily Post," Swan- sea. 967w2-9 TPOR SALE, two Semi-deta,cbed Villas, at Oeifn LiM pn, overlooking Cwmdonkin Park; every modern convenience; splendid position—Apply C. Williams, Cambrian-place, Swansea. 967w2-9 Fdp..¡ SALE good Houfe, Clarence-terrace: — onc House, Riohardson-street, hot and cold bath; and one in Edward-street, with- Stable—Apply W. Thomas, :07, Rhydling"- teriiace Swiajis^ 64f,v2-6 FOR SALE, charming Residence, at Black- pill, standing on i-acre, fine view of Bay. ga-s hot and ooid water throughout Particulars from C. Williams, Contractor. Camorian-place. Swansea. 860w2-6 FOR SALE two new Houses, in St. Alban's. road, practically ready for occupation; can be finished to suit purchaser: all the latest conveniences; uninterrupted view of Bay and surroundings.—Apply T. D. Jones. Builder, Swansea- 216.,v2-4 T?OR RALE. t Jersey Marine. Rcs?a, &Groi- .J.: detached Villa, comprising Drawing- room. Dining-room, pitcher, Scullery, pan- i try, 4 Bedroomf, Bathroom, hot and cold i water throna-hout; all I-ateFt improvements;! 20ft. frontage.—Williams, Stationmaster, P. and S.B.R., Jersey Marine. 452w2-4 -141OR SALE, Detached Modern Villa, near Llansamlat Railway Station contain- ing two Recepxion Rooms, Kitchen, Scullery, Pantry four Bedrooms, and Bathroom (hot and cold), spacioug Croquet Lawn in front and large garden in rear; long lease and low ground rent; be-st position in the par- ish.—Apply Evans, Sunnycroft, Llansamlet. 443w2-5 j pLYDACH-ON-TCAWE.-FoT Sale, Detaohed Villa Residence, eight rooms, bafh (hot, and cold), electric light; long lease; conveniently situated — A\>ply Thos. Tones, Estate Agent, etc., Clydach. 286wl-31 T WO Houses for Sale, in Brighton-road, Gorseinon.—Apply David Roberts, 19, He:thfield-strcet, Swan Sea. 334w2-5 TO be Sold, two Semi-detached Houses, in Armine-road, Fforeetfach, six rooms. and good garden, w:ll-bnilt, long lease. Can be sold singly cr together.—Apply John Thomas, "Ccfiirhos." Armine-road, Efore-t- fach. 898w2-7 HOUSES TO LET. HOUSE to Let or for Sale, situate in the Promenade; has all modern cD-.ii,.eni. cncc-3, and in splendid condition; immediate j possession.—For particulars apply to Griffith Davies. Paxton Yard, Swansea. 5C8w2-5 Tü LET, Furnished Cottage between Cas- JL we!j and Langla.nd also a Room.— Apply Mrs. Trick, The Cottage, Newton. Mumbles. 244n2-7 HOUSE to Tet, in Brynmill; -very conveni- n. ence immediate possession.—Apply 88, It 11 y d di n gs-te r race, Swansea. 470w2.4 HOUSE to Let—semi-detached House, in -n- ?aziemere-road. Coeds?eson.—Apply E. R. & e, 19, Alexandra-read Swansea. 483w2-5 ￼ Glanbrydan-avenue, off Uplands and 269 :-z? r r?7,-i, house, three minutes from both trnms; immediate possession.— Apply on the premise?. 245w2-10 STABLES TO LET. S TABLES to Let, Sllit workshop, c-torag-e etc., in Picton-lane (Dillwyn-street end), electric main laid.—Enquire J4, Picton-pla-ce, Swansea. 6Hw2-5 TO LET, convenient Stabling ac-commoda- -L tion, with large, well lit loft, suitable as Motor Garage, situated near Hanover- strest.— Apply II. W. Morgan, 20, Bay View- trrraoe, Swansea. 265w2-10 -4 _11- :z: SERVANTS' RECISTRY OFFICES, X\7"ANTED, at onoe. experienced and Plain Cooks, Parlour and Ilouce-Parlour- maids. Kitchen Maids, and Generals; also Waitresses, Chambermaids, -antry Maids, ana Kitchen ATaids, for Season Housee. Apply Miss Lewis, High-class Registry, 18. C«stie-street. Swansea. 301b.t.c. Xy ANTED, Cook-Generals, Houe^-Parlour- maids. Generals, Day GirJs, etc. Dis- engaged, Ccok-H?ousek?ceper, Parlour Maid. DonK?tioated Mother's H?Ip, and General (23).—Evans, Rhyddings Registry 146, Rhyd- i dings-terrace, Swansea 526w2-5 CHINA and Earthen ware.—Cheap, welt. j assorted Crates cf Everyday SeMing Line6 for Roops, Marker, and Hawking. — 1 Write for free H.;ts.-Sheaf Pottery Ma,nufac. j tprere, Longton, Staffs. 610t.o. MISCELLANEOUS. The Army and General Stores Announce- j ments. j ~A B?fY CLOTmNG.—AH these are genuine ?? Army Goods, and in excellent, condition. Overook-ts, 8s. 6d.; New Naval Reeferg, 10s. 6d., v.-ort-h double; Trousers, 4s, 6d.; Bedford Cord Breeches, 4s. 6d.; Putties, Is. 3d.; Can- vas Leggings, Is.; Leather L-eggings, 113. 9d. Postmen's Oilskin Capes. 3s. 6d.; Harness, Saddlery, Obsolete Armour. Guns, Swords, etc. POLICE CLOTHING—Overcoats, 10s. 6d.: Luge Oilskin Capes, 4s.; Large Water- proof Cloth Capes, 6s.; Trousers, 4s. 6d. EAILWAY CLOTHING .—Ov»rcto<a to, 5s.: Reefer Overcoats, 4s, 6d.; Cloth or Cord Jackets, 3,5.: Vests, Is. 3d.; Sleeved Vests, ls. 6i. NEW OILSKIN CLOTHING.—Sou'-Westers, ls.; Jackets, 6s.; Long Coats, 8s. lid.; Leggings,2s. 6d.; Boys' Coats from 6s. 9d.; Latlies'- Coats. 15s.; Girls' Crats from 93. Scl. NEW RIDING BREECHES—Bedford Cord: Whipcord or Tweed, double seat and strapped knees, superior make and cutt 10s. &d.: Black and Brcwn Cowhide Leggins, spring front, whole bac1, marvellous valu?. 5?,. Ild. NEW BOOTS-Real Hand-S?wn Army 1? ????c 'p.? ?(?: er)p?-') Bh?h?? 48. 6d. Strong Nailed "Derbys,'r 6s. lid.; Women's Boots, 3s. lid.: Boys' and Girl, Strong School Boots, from 2s. 6d. XXTRTTE for Illustrated Cat.alogue to Dept. A12 The Army an General Stores, Ltd., Government Contractors, Castle Bou- levard, Nottingham.
BROTHER AND SISTER. PECULIAR CASE FROM LLANELLY. • A peculiar case- was heard at the Llanelly County Court on Monday by Judge Lloyd Morgan. Rhys Bevan, 26, Ralph-street, Llanelly, sought to recover R100 from Eliza- beth Gale and Lloyds Bank. Mr. T. R. Ludford appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Clark Williams (instructed by Messrs. Roderick and Richards) for the defence, while \ir. E. Kammerer vatched the case for Lloyds Bank. The story told by plaintiff was that at the end of the year 1912 he had saved a sum of £ 125 5s 2d., which he had deposited in Lloyds Bank. About Christmas time that year he visited his sister in Llanelly. He had not seen her for 16 years. During his stay, at her suggestion, he made over to a deposit account u. her name £OO of the money he ha" in his possession. Mr. Clark Williams produced a document purporting to-, be plaintiff's mother's will, bv which £ 275 was left. :4} Plaintiff said that he left his sister's house because he had no comfort there. For the defence, it, was urged that the money was given as a giit, and it was sug- gested that plaintiff had held other monies in (he joint names of himself and his mother, which monies plaintiff now had in his own name in th-, bank. His Honour gave judgment for the defen- dant, Elizabeth Gale, holding that the money was given as a gift. It was intimated that the defendant would bear the whole cost's of the case.
SWANSEA CLAIMS I I TO WELSH NATIONAL ART I COLLEGE. I |PRINCIPAL GRANT MURRAY'S I OPINIONS: Principal Grant Murray, the director of the Swailseii, Municipal School of Art, and Crafts, says in regard to the proposed Welsh School of Painting that if a Welsh School of Fainting is desired it must be paid for in Wales. The present-day painters will do little or nothing towards establishing a dis- tin^t yjjitj definite school, "You must look to the students w arw studying in the various listitutions jit}w— they will be the founders of the future Welsh School of'Painting." Regarding a,nother proposal—-the estab- lishment of a Welsh National College of Art —Principal Murray says "This institution must necessarily go to the town that can command it by reason bf its superiority of equipment, staff, etc. "In Wales there are only five schools—no overlapping, but considerable underlapping. During the past few years Swansea has been laying the foundations for an art centre. The Glynn Vivian Art Gallery, with an excellent I nucleus illustrating nearly all the arts and art industries. The Deffet Francis Art Gal- lery has been renovated and reorganised, and it is undoubtedly one of the finest provincial collections of its kind in the United King- dom. "The S-chool of Arts and Crafts has also been reorganised and is making its influence felt in Soutli Wales. Its success has been exceptional—in five years the students' at- tendances have increased from 6.000 to 40,000. "In 1910 the Swansea Art School took 140th place in England and Wales; it is now the 25th. "If the work progresses in the future as it has done during the past few years, Swan- sea should have a fair -claim for one of the Central Schools, if not for the National Col- lege of Art for Wales."
UNDERGROUND BAKE- HOUSES. Peculiar Legal Position at Llanelly. Llanelly Council are in a. somewhat pecu.¡ liar position OVl' the granting of a certifi- cate for a bakehouse which they now find to be illegal. It appears that last summer, Councillor John Thomas fitted up a fine bakehouse in the basement of his premises in Stepney- street, and on completion was granted a certificate by the sanitary inspector. A little later the medical oificer reported that underground bakehouses were illegal under an Act of Parliament in 1900. After several meetings of the Council Com- mittee the following resolution was passed on January 19th Resolved that the occu- pier of the bakehouse in question be re- quired within one month from this date to abandon the use of the said underground ba k ehouse as such, and failing compliance within the time.?pecined. that legal pro- ceedings be instituted against him." This minute gave rise to considerable dis- cussion on Monday evening, and by 14 votes to 5 was referred back. It was pointed out that in the event of the Council failing to enforce the Act, the Fac- tory Inspector could take action.
I Will She be Eclipsed? I New York, Sunday.—An evening telegram I 1 announces that the Ile.rreshoff yacht which I is being built to defend the America Cup, will be named the Half M0011.—(Reuter.) I ( Faithful to Her Trust. At an inquest held at Woolwich on I Alice Phvliis White, aged six, the dangh-j ter of Gunner WhIte, of the Royal Gar- rison Artillery, living in Milward-street, I li, -eN-i denee was given that the child was sent 011 an errand on January 13, and while coming home with a bagful of potatoes was run over by a coal troHev in trying to avoid a baker's cart. While being carried home she said: "Don't for- get the potatoes." The little girl had a bad wound on the leg and tetanus set in, causing death. The jury returned a ver- dict of accidental (leath,
SWANSEA PARENTS PROSECUTED. Summonses were brought at the Swansea. Police Court on Tuesday against th.3 follow- ing parents for aHowing their sons to be tirading in the itreets after hours-horn 10.20 p.m. 011 :—James Grant (in respect to his son Patrick), Mary Jane Quigley (son Peter), .Jane Howitz (son Hyman). Michael Bra-en lon lichael). alld Anne Roberts (son David). P.C. (107) Francis proved the cases, j and each defendant was fined 2s. 6d.
KING AND QUEEN TO YlSir PARIS: HISTORIO EVENT. It is officially announced that, circum- stances permitting, the King and Queen will go to Paris, oil a visit to the President of the French Republic, in April next. An official visit to the head of the French nation by their Majesties is a unique occa- sion. So far as can be ascertained, no British King and Queen have ever made a Ptate progress in company through the streets of the French capital, and the ap- proaching entry into Paris of King George and Queen Mary is. therefore, an event of great historical interest, quite apart from its political significance ais marking the cordia l relations which now, happily, exist between the two countries.
IF "'THE BILL" PASSES. LADY. LLEWELYN'S APPEAL AT SWANSEA. A successful bazaar was held in St. Mat- thew's Church Hall, High-street, Swansea, on Thursday (as already reported in our edi- tions on Thursday evening). The opening ceremony was performed by Lady Dillwyn Llewelyn, who was supporte d by Rev. T. C. Evans (vicar), Mrs. Evans, Mr. Joseph Hall, Mrs. Vcnabk-s Llewelyn, Rev. Enoch Jones (curate, St. Matthew's Church), Rev. W. It. Hardie (vicar of Holy Trinity Church, Swansea), Air. Grey Walters (churchwar- den). Mrs. Eden, and others. The Vicar, in introducing Lady Llewelyn, said she was known and esteemed all over South Wales. Lady Llewelyn was received with applause. She said that she was very glad to find that the Chiirchpeople of that parish had in their mind the improvement of the surroundings of the church, which was evidently needed. She was also very glad to see the Church- people working together. Lady Llewelyn, referring to the threatened Disestablishment of the Church, said that if it came to pass (which they all hoped it would not), she hoped that the Cnureh- people of that parish and all other parishes would put THMKs^OULJJCKaO THE WHEEL and do aU ih« f,»0 9""# of--the Church.1 A vote of thanks, proposed by Mr. Grey Walters, seconded by the Rev. Enoch Jones, and supported by Mr. Joseph Hall, was heartily accorded to Lady Llewelyn. The proceeds of the bazaar amounted to £ 148 5s. 7d.
AN INTERESTING POINT. Llanelly Gentleman and Telephone Trunk Calls. At Llanelly County Oourt. on Monday an action was down for hearing in which the Postmaster-General sued Mr. J. C. Hill, M.R.C.Y.S., in respect of telephone calls. Mr. T. R. Ludford, who appeared on be- half of the Postmaster-General, said that I Mr. Hill had raised a question as to whether they were entitled to charge for excess calls. He also insisted upon the Postmaster-Gene- ral proving that he had actually received 500 calls. It was more or less a question of account and he suggested that the mattecr be referred to the registrar. 1 Mr. Hill said there was also a claim for trunk calls which he disputed. He sug- geted that the two cases be taken together. His Honour said he could not do that. At present there was only one case before the court. It was decided to refer the matter to the registrar.
"THE LAW AGAINST HIM." Judge's Sympathy for Llanelly Defendant At Llanelly on Monday Thomas Tlhomaa made a claim against Thomas Bowen in re- spect of the alleged wrongful removal of sheds and fixtures from a farm. Mr. H. B. Roderick appoolrod for the plaintiff, and Mr. F. R. Ludford defended. Mr. Roderick stated that the sheds re- moved -were worth albout E26 standing and :£3 if pulled down. The auctioneer was present, probably with lending the defend- ant a little liorat support. Thomas Thomas, St. David's, Bryn, fanner, said that in 1912 he purchased Bryn Farm. Defendant, who was the tenant, left last October. When he made the purrrihase the hay shed and three other sheds together with some fencing was on the farm. He groduced the contTact under ?hMh he' bought. Defend?ft removed the sheds. Mr. F. N. Powell, auctioneer, said it was clearly stated tlhat the tenant's fixtures were not included. His Honour said he was satisfied that the premises were sold subject to the tenmt bein able to remove the fixtures. His Honour stated that a section of the Agricultural HoMings Act was riaitheir aejaiinst the defendant. It would be a rather hard case for him, but the law ap- peared against him. He would reserve his decision until meccfc month.
RESPECTED OLD SKETTY RESIDENT. Mrs. Thomas Perkins, the Bryn, Sketty, who died at the age of 78 afer only a fort- night's illness, at her residence, had lived in Skettv all her life, while she and her hus- band "had been married upwards of fifty years. Much sympathy is felt with the be- reaved family, and on Friday when the in- terment took place in Cockett Churctxyard a large number attended the funeral. The Rev. D. Akrill Jones, vicar of Sketty, offici- ated at the home and graveside. The prin- cipal mourners were: Mr. Thomas Perkins (husband), Messrs. W. H. Perkins and M. ,1, Perkins (sons), Mrs. Elizabeth Thompson (daughter), Mr. and Mrs. Boxall (son-in- law and daughter), Messrs. D. J. Perkins (Commercial Inn, Killay) and Herbert James (Dunvant) (nephews), Mrs. Davies (ndece), Messrs. M. and H. Eaton (nephews). Mes- dames Martha Harries and H. Harries (Loughor) (nieces), Messrs. Thomas, Joseph and George Jenkins (brothers), Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Jenkins (aister-in-law and brother). Miss Jane Jenkins (sister), A, lr. Arthur James (family solicitor), Mr. Hufisey and others. Beautiful floral tributes were sent by the sorrowing hnbsand. brothers and sis- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert James, Mr. and Mrs. Boxall and others. »
"IGNORED HER IN STREET." ABERAYON BENCH AS PEACEMAKERS. At Aheravon on Monday Blodwen Rees, Bath-street, Port Talbot, summoned hef husband, Jnkin M. Rees, schoolmaster, Sandfields, A beravon, for desertion.— Mr. L. M. Thomas appeared for com- plainant, and Mr. Moses Thomas de- fended. The case had previously been adjourned to enable the parties to come to an ar- rangement. Mr. L. M. Thomas said that his client was prepared to return to her husband and live anywhere with him. The Bench further endeavoured to effect a settlement, but as the defendant declined to give up the custody of the youngest child the case was proceeded with. Complainant said that they were mar- ried in August, 1911, and had two child- ren. In May last- year he TURNED HER CUT OF THE HOUSE with one of the children, and told her not to come back. She went home, and' he had since refused to have anything to do with her, and had refused to speak to her in the street. In September she wrote asking him to provide a homo for her, and telling him that she was broken- hearted at not seeing the child. At this stage Dr. Jones (chairman) had a consultation with the defendant and his wife, and later announced that he had effected a reconciliation.