COUNTY BOROUGH OF SWANSEA. ] John M. Leeder and Son HAVE received instructions to offer for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the HOTEL METROPOLE, SWANSEA, on WED- NESDAY, JUNE 10th, 1914, at 3.30 p.m. ;re- cisely, the EXCELLENT SEMI-DETACHED LEASEHOLD Villa Residences, known as CEFNBRYN" and "THE CHESTNUTS," SKETTY-ROAD, SWANSEA, Situated in a popular Residential Quarter of the Town, and in a neighbourhood where there is a steady demand for houses of this cla,ss. The houses themselves are set well back from the road, and have excfTTent gardens in" front and rear. The accommodation in each house com- prises:- GROUND FLOOR.-Dining Room, Morning Room, Lavatory, Kitchen, Scullery, and the usual Domestic Offices FIRST FLOOR.—Drawing Room, 3 Bed- rooms, Bathroom and w.c. SECOND FLOOR-4 Bedrooms. The two Houses are held under a lease for 99 years from March 25th, 1893. at an apportioned ground rent of 120 per annum. The Property will first be offered as a whole, and if not so sold will then be put u:) in two lots, each house bearing an ap- I portioned ground rent of £ 10 per annum. Mines and Minerals are Reserved. Particulars and Conditions of Sale may be obtained f rom:-MYSSW- R. VOSS AND SON, Solicitors, Post Office Chambers, 173, Betbnal Green-road, london, E. or from t.ho AUCTIONEERS at their Offices, 46, Waterloo-street. Swansea. DON'T }" 0 R. GET FFORESTFACH WHIT-TUESDAY 1914 EISTEDDFOD. ADJUDICATORS music-Dr. T. R. MAYN, B.A.. Mus. Doc. (Llandrindod); Dr. T. D. EDWARDS, Mus. Doe. (Treharrisi; Mr. JOHN PHILLIPS (Aberavon). LITERATURE—GWTLI (Ammanford). RECITATIONS (Test)—Mr. J. AMOS JONES (LkuteUy). General Secretary, DAVID JENKINS, <Jeodros, Fforestfaoh.' COUNTY BOROUGH OF SWANSEA. MESSRS. dohn M. Leeder and Son HAVE received instructions to offer for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the HOTEL METBOPOLE, SWANSEA, on WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10th, 1914, at 3.30 pjm. precisely (unless dispoeed previously), the conveniently "Situated Freehold Residence Known a6 No." 3, CONSTITUTION lULL, SWANSEA, Occupying an excellent corner site, having frontages of 4aft. and 128ft. (all measure- ments more or less) to Brooklajids-terrace and Oonstitution Hill respectively. The accommodation coaiprisee:— GROUND FLOOR.-Entrinee Hall from Constitution Hill, Dining Room, Breakfast Room, Kitchen, and the usual Domestic Offices. FIRST FLOOR.—large Front Drawing Room, 2 Bedrooms, Bath Room and w.c. SECOND FLOOR.—Four Bedrooms, and Back Staircase to the Domestic Quarters. The Premises are in a central situation, I convenient to the most important Railway ¡ Stations and Tram B-ontes; have a southern aspect, and enjoy magnificent views of the full sweep of Sw.insea Bay and the Bristol Channel. There is a small Enclosed Lawn in the front, and there are weH-laid-out Flower Gardens in the rear. I'oseeeaion on completion. The Mines and Miner lis are re6erved. Solicitor: E. M. C. Dahne, Esq., Victoria Building, Swan?ea? Auctioneers' 0&c<*s: 46, Waterloo-street, I Swansea- PRELIMJN A RT ANNOUNCEMENT. Y..M.CA. SPORTS & CARNIVAL. SWANSEA CRICKET CROUND. AFTERNOON AND EVENING. THURSDAY, JULY 16TH. Fancy Dress Carnival and other Splendid Attractions. BOOK THE DATE. 1JNITED gERVICE JgBIGADE. MEMBERS ARE EARNESTLY RE- QUESTED TO ATTEND THE FUNERAL OF LATE OOMRADE W. CROSS, R.M.L.L PORTLAND-PLACE, MUMBLES. Meet at Rutland-street, 2.45 p.m. TUES- DAY, 2nd JUNE. Fares Paid. 1 i)a or. | THE tw j I'" -A I Record of the Great I f THE E'?'s'yi????&? ? gs ￼ ￼ I Catastrophe. j is Two years ago it was the sad duty of 6 ￼ ￼ ￼ ￼ S |i to give its Million and a half readers an historic §6 J record of the appalling Titanic calamity, To- s El morrow it wiJl present the Fullest and Beb account R | of the latest awful tragedy of the Sea, in addition m ■ to the whole story of the Disaster as it is known to- 1 I day, exclusively writt en for 9 Lloyd's ￼ ? !s j??&?U?y??? s uvvs II into a complete narrt ive of absorbing interest by a E | well- known -kuthor p 1 The correspondents of the paper on the spot will I I cable all the fresh new s available up to an early hour § 5 on Sunday morning. The account will be fully S illustrated by Special Photographs, Sketches, g Maps and Plans, and wUl be by far the Best a.nd 1 Most Authentic Record of this terrible event in the I 1 annals of the Sea. 1 I The demand will be en ormous, so make sure of Your S| | Copy of N ii- I I You should give your order now. M'U M B L ESP I ERA N D PAVILICN. WHIT-SUNDAY, MAY 31st, at 3^5 and 6.45 p.nfl.; WHIT-MONDAY, JUNE 1st, at 3 and 6 p.m., Expensive Engagement of CROSSFIELD'S FAMOUS BRASS BAND. Winners of Crystal Paiace Championship (1,000 Cumsas Trophy), 1911, and over 60 First Prizes. Conductor-Mr. W. HALLIWELL, Wigan. A ADMISSION, 3d. Children, 14. WHIT-MONDAY, JUNE 1st, at 3.30 and 8 p.m.; TUESDAY, JUNE 2nd, and during the week at 3.30 and 7. 30 p.m., the Popular Concert Party, THE NON ENTITIES.
BRITONFERRY LANDLORD. ow SERVANT GIRL'S STORY OF A BEDROOM I INCIDENT. A well-known Briton Ferry man, in the person of Albert J. Jones, landlord of the Whita Lion Hotel, was the de- fendant in a paternity case which was heard before the Deputy-Stipendiary at ¡ Mountain Ash Police Court. The com- plainant was Catherine Savage, who re- sides with her parents in Thomas-st., Miskin. Mountain Ash, and w hose ease ¡ wa.s presented by Mr. Wm. Kenshole, of Aberdare. Mr. Trevor Hunter (ia- i struefced by Mr. Perkins, of Aberavonj, vras for the .defence. In her evidence Miss Savage, a pre- possessing young woman of 19, said a male child was born on the 28th of Isust March. Albert J. Jones waJ;he father of the child. She went into service at the White Lion Hotel, Briton Ferry, on the 12th of January, 191.1. On 6th Tuesday. 6th May, 11-113, defendant came into her bedroom and took away the ehild, who slept with her. He returned and told her to keep quiet. She threatened to jump out of the window, but Mr. Jones caught- her arm. He was in the room for over hour, and promised to marry her. On the following Sundav evening a S'imilar I act took place. She afterward k?pt the child with her in the evening, ?ud they went- to bed together. She vvaK informed fha-t defendant had married another girl, and he oliered her £ J0. and then £ 100. In the witness box defendant raid that the st-oi-v of the girl as to what took place in'the bedroom was untrue. Deputv-Stipendiary: Do you say that what the girl has said is all ;ntnior~ Yes, it is absolute perjury, sir. Arthur Flint, barman, said he bad slept with defendant, who had never j been out of his bedroom at night. After a lengthy hearing the Deputy- Stipendiary adjudged defendant to be the father, and made an order for the payment of 5s. per week until the child is 14 years of age. ———————————
TENNIS BALLS. Continental" tennis bails are per- fectlv reliable, very true aid guaran- j teed to be correct weight and size. th?y are being used tbi:s se?&on by aU thel bwt lawn tennis clubs. Try one dozen; you will be more than satisfied, because tliey retain their resiliency longer than most balls. As a further proof of the reliahilit. ¡ of these balls, it need only be stated j that they are manufactured by one of I the largest firms of rubber goods in the world, namely tlie Continental 'I^jre and Bvbi**? Co.. Ltd.
SWANSEA POLICE COURT. Saturday.-Before Mr. A- R. Thomas (in the chair) Messrs. J. H. Rosser, T. Jones, and G. Ilowe. Peter Murphy (37), Labourer, waa charged with being drunk aid inca-pahl-o in Ca<er-Rtreet on Friday night.-Ho was cautioned and discharged. William Clark (48), labourer, was charged with being drnnk and dis- orderly in High-street on Frid-a.y.- Ordered to pay 5s. Remanded. John McNamara (&S), labourer. was charged M'jth being on the enclosed pre- mises of the British Wagon Works, Port Teimant, for an unlawful purpose on Friday.—Ho was remanded till Thursday. Money in Her Mouth. Kato Hill, a girl of 16 years, was charged with stealing and receiving £ 6 from No. 93, Port Tennant-road, the moneys of Mrs. M. Alien. When ar- reste d and taken to the Police Station, defendant took two aa-bd a half sove- reigns froim her mouth, and said. "This is ail I took." She was in the service of complainant .-The Bench remanded her till Thursday, and she was takex to the home at CJifton Hill. COUNTY CASES. Sidney Phiilips, a collier, was fined 30s. for being drunk and disorderly in IJaiigyfelach-road, Txeboeth, on May 16 th.
SKEWEN CHAPELS APPEAL The quiet work done in the Bethek of W.a k7S and the sell-sacrifice of theif members, rarely comes before the pub- lie eye. We can, however, mention one csi&c!—and it is tvuicai ci verv raaoiv in Waleti. The members of Calfaria Baptist Church, Skewen, are I'eaily all of tho working class, but, R-itli great; faith, they have de.tei-mined to reatovate> and extend the chapel ajid schoolroom, at an estimated cost of £1.200. >7ow they are appealng to frifracs for th-eir sup- port. Tho cattle is good, and the xcrk dome bey mad praise. The Is the Rev. J. T. Hopkins, of Anoct a, Werrn- road, Skewen; the secretary, Mr. W. John Bailey, and the traeisurer, 2\1, E. Daxies. They deserve all the help their excellent wors will prompt.
Mr. A. Lock, of E-deabridge, itas slaughtered more than 18,00;) wa.?ps. For eighteen raccestave years he ha,-z secured premier liaywyITC, for wasp-killmg at a local horticultoral show. Prinoe Sviatopo-Ik-Mirslry, who warn Minister of the Interior in Russia. for six months after the assassination of M. de Plehve in 1904.. haa died ia. i (Petersburg
SUNDAY SERVICES. QONGSBGAT50KAJ; ^JHTXBXM £ fXmDA.Y QiCMOOIt TBEB THIRM-20"M ANNIYERSAEI wiil be heM 'HO-MOBSOW (,cff-TND&-r, MAT Met, 1914. Pnoaicsh«T 8t. 11 axb. jwwi 6.3) p ut s REV. MELVILLE PHILLIPS. A^tertKMn, 2.30: MUSICAL SE RY I C E. 800X56. EEdTAflONlB, &«., BT THE SCHOLARS. Short Address by Rev. Melville Phillips. Ohaiimaa-ABTOliD Ik HABSnS, Esq. tooitestione in aid of Sunday Scaool Pundf. ￼ CW'SU-N-DAY (^lOEOOIi, NOEnm HILJ><BOAI>, swanbea. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES Will be held SVMIOBBOW UUSDÀY;, MAY Slst, 1514. Preacher at. 11 a.m.: Rev. a. pHILLIPS (Carmarthen-road) At ?..W P. A MISCELLANEOUS PROCRAMME, 6onsaatit«C of Sofos, Erfritat i-otms by the Juvenile Members, and QhtONISeS by the Sunday Sch(lol Gh*>ir. :A.1't Add-rem by Be". D. THOMAS (Pastor). At 6.30 p.m., A MUSICAL SERVICE BT ELDER SCKOIiABS. inl,aretero-ed with Becitje/feierTs. r. R. DATIFS, Esa- will Pm=ade. f ObBetKione. in Aid of Sunday School Fund. THE AiNTN'O.ATj OL-n, NG (weather pe-rmit- Ling) Wbrt'-Monday, June L at Glammor, Sk«ttT. Tea. will be pmvid<-d at 9d. each; Children under 14. 6d. each. tWESLEY CHAPEL. TOMORROW (SUXBATs MAY 3U4,191A. Pre&cher.-M-orning at 11: REV. S. M. BuTTEta, B.A. Evening at 6.30: 1 R A R N OL D. Pantygwydr Men's Meeting lUXDENOM INATION AL). TO-MORROW (SUNDAY) at J. Speaker: Rev. A. Beynon Phillips. SDloist-Mr. D. IJLOíD THOMAS. Chairman—Mr. COPB S. And en 11 and 6.30: f pANTTGWYDE jgAPTlST QHAPEL. REV. A. BEYNON PHILLIPS 6.30 SERVICE—FOR ONE HOUS. Babject: The Man Who Thinks Otherwise." WELCOME.— ■ — ? OIUNT A" cIRAP114 K, SWANSEA. MY.OgBiDW (S'UNDXr), MAY Wot, 1514. [. Preacher: REV. J. CWYNNE OWEN, "t (3-reenfield, Lilanelly). f Swrviom: Moraine at 11. Evening at 6.30. f. 8RUNSWICK WESLEYAN CIELAYIU4 [ er. HELEN'a-EOAD. | 'n?-MOBROW (SUNDAY). MAT !9M. ? PreaM; E Morning at 11: Mr. D. J. ROSSM. mg at 6.30: Mr. J. HEDLEY JBNKLNS. I VV, AIIMR ROAD CONGB.EGATTONAXi .1 T.J CHUROH. TO-MOKBOW (SUNDAY), MAY 31st" 1514. Preacher: 11EV. jgVAJf JENKINS (Pastor). Services: Morning at 11, Evening at 6.30. ktnday School 2..45. Bible Glass conducted by the Pastor. BKTHB6DA. (BEDYDDWYB OYMBEMi), Q AB-ERTAWE. YFORY (STIL, MAI W, jgt,4. Pregeth-wr: A arm, D. pRlOE (Oweinidog). Boron 11, Hwyr 6.30. Yl Sul 2.30. Seddau rbyddion a chroesaw i bawb. .M"i TMOBlLl BAPTIST GHUaCE, WAI/TEB DL EOAD, SWANSEA- lOaeOBIBOW (SUNDAY), MAT Mst, 1914. Preacher: ^■BV. J. P. IIUW-IFAL fHancWey). Servioee: Morning at 11, Evening at 6.30. AU Seate Free. All Heartily Invited. C, APEL GOM ER, SWANSEA. TOJCOBaOW (SroTDtAT). MAT 3ttat, 1M4. Preacher: JfcKV. J. JEPTKEN6, M.A. (GTFRff). AMMAiNFOBD. Q(8f Editor of Serein Ovmru). Morning at, 11. Evening at 6.30. Sunday School at 2.30. f Oopgiwmkyn atter Evening Service. Pt RTDDTNGi3 VARK C.M. CHAPEL, L RirYDDINGS PAJRKxBOAD. TO-MORBOW (SVNDAY), XAY Mst., 1914. Per; t 1'. E. P. JJUGffiBS (Ptotor). Morning at, 11. Evening a.t 6.30. ?? PnLyr Meeting e»t 10.15 ?m. ? ALBXANDBA(C.M.)?injK?? ￼ SW' AX8U. ^MORE^OW (EmNlJAY), MAY 31e, 1914. Preacher: REV. JAMES OWEN. ￼ ^munet). Morning at U, Ev?nin? at 6.30. Sunday Bohocq at 2.4. ?-.?_ AU ae<? Fr? SUNDAY SERVICES. ST. H's.æJ). QON<3«EGATIONAIi QtHUROH. | TO-MOBSOW (SUNDAY), MAT 319t, m4. T1&-M!ORBCW (SUNDAY). MAY Nst-, 1?4. Pr: REV. fJVHOS. glNOLAIB EVANs. Moraijig Service at 11; Evening at 6.30, -———— ———— SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY SERVICES, SUNDAY, JUNE 7th. Preacher: REV. W. JUSTIN EVANS Services: Miming at 1j, Evening at 6.30. ASFTEtRNOON at TBiBfEE: YOUNC PEOPLE'S SERVICE. Address by Rev. w. Justin Evans. 3HEOIAL MUSIC BY CHOIR. & GHZCDDfiJiffi; un-der the direction of Mr. Seymour Perrotft, A.U.O.O. ON MONDAY EVENINC, JUNE 8th, POPULAR LECTURE by Rev. W. JUSTIN EVANS. Subject: THE OTUEB. SIDE." sixpence. Ohair will be taken at 7.30 by T.HOS. JONES. fÆiq., J.P. TABERNACLE jgNGLISH BAPTIST (jHAPEL. Skinner-etreet, Waunwen. SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY SERVICES TO-MOBBOW (SUKDATi, MAY ilet, 1914. Preachere.—Mornijig at 11: Rev. W. F. KNICHT (Mount Calmiy Baptist Chapel, Maneelton). Altemoon. 2.46: An Addreiss will be given by Mr. R. HUNTER SWAINSON (Secretary, Y.M.C.A.). Evening at 6-30: Rev. R. J. WILLOUCHBY (Pastor). Soles. ReoitAthJns. etc., will be rendered at each Service by the Sunday School SchoOare. Special "leetions at, eaoli Serrioe in aid of Stthool Fnridp. P FAT, (^TEEET pBOOTIVE jAIE7MODII13T CIIU-WH. Si: X DAT SCHOOl, ANNIVERSARY SERVICES wil] be held TO-MOBROW (SUNDAYl, MAY 51st, 1914. Preacher at 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m.: Rev. G. H. SOUTHALL. Miss Freda Orook wiil rbdite during the Evening Service. In the Afternoon at 2.45— A MISCELLANEOUS PROCRAMME, to iIldude tli;1 folkiwiiig; SoloiVtfl, Miss Hetty Diavies and Mr. W. R. Morgan; Elocutionist Mr. W. Morgan of Sketty. PB>E,->ENTATION OF PR17" TO SUCOESS- IMI, SOHOLAB^ BY MB8. SOUTHALL. Clh irman-Nfr W. A. KNAPP, SnperintcJideflt, Calleetionfi in aid of School Funds. CENTRAL HALL. NEXT SUNDAY. Pi-eacher: REV. W. SflSTEB OWESS will King at Evening Service. —Everybody Made At-home.- QHBJSTADELPHIAN jyjEETING Room, ST. HELEN'S HALL, ST. HELEN'S-RD. TO-MOEROW (SUNDAY), at 6.30 p.m.: SrcbjeotTIME AND SIGNS; OR. THE EVIDENdE THAT THE END IS iEAR." By Mr. A. OHIDZOT. A LB ERT HALL. SWANSEA.. THE REv. gETH JOSHUA Will Preach (D.V.) NEXT SUNDAY" in the ALBERT (LARGE) HALL, At 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Seats All Free. QT PAUL'S OO??REGAnONAL CHUKOH, SWANSEA (near the Ho?pit?I). TO-MOBBOW (SUNDAY), MAY 31st, 1914. Preacher: REV. J. G LLBLWr ]_IFFZ (Pastor). Services: Morning at 11, Evening at 6.30. Speoial Sermon: "The Aecendetl Ohriet." AiRQTLE OHAPEIi. ST. HELEN'S-R.OAD, SWANSEA. TO-MOBBOW (SUNDAY. MAY 3iefc, 1914. Preacher: R FIV. It G. J ONES. Services: Morning at 11. Evening a.t 6.30. g K E T T Y- B A P TI ST. TO MORROW. lkp., W. J. HUGHES. B.A. ANSF.LT,ON 00-NGREGA. TIONAL CHURCH, Maneelton-road. TO-MOBTSOW (SUNDAY, MAY 31st, 1914. Preaoher: REv- G. J. EVANS, B.A. (PaWor). Services: Morning at U, JJreiiing at 6.30. Sunday School at 2..30. j rpEBBAOE-BOAD C.M. CSIAl^EL, SWANSEA TO-MOBROW (SUNDAY), 31AYWEt, 1914. PreaoSier: wv- W. 'V. LEWJB (Pastor). nièes: MorwDg a-t, U, Evening at 6.30. School alnd Bible Ola6&m at 2.46. YORK PlACE BAFT3ST CHAPEL TO-MORROW (SUNDAY), MAY 31et, 1914. Presuoher: REV. W. QASNODYN RHylg (Pastor) Serricee: Morning at 11, Evening at 6.30. School and Bible Classes at 2.46. A Cordial Weioome to All. Rhiddi ngs oonobbgational QlFUJWH (Top of Finribu*y-terraoe). TOJLORROW (SUNDAY). MAY 31st, 1914. Preacher: IR. J. T. j^HYS CPwt-or). Servioee: Morning at 11., Evening at 6.30. -•vnarroKe OOBO>MIM" ^HWTED.-
J.. I THE SHOW DAY BY DAY, Further impresstons of the Bath and West Shew, recorded by our artist.
SUNDAY SERVICES. jy-OUNT ZION JgAPTIST CHURCH. SUNDAT SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY SERVICES TO-MOBBOW («UNI'AT>, MAY 31st, 1914. Prcectier a,t. 11 a.TO. Rev. D. THOMAS (Hail Cliapel). AFTEiBtNOON AT 5: MISCELLANEOUS PROCRAMME BY SUNDAY SCHOOL SCHOLAlBS, aseiflted by, Meewrs. E. EVANS and P. BRAYLEY. ETetHng- at 6.30: Rev. E. WORTH INC (Ptor). Soloists: Miss N .I^osser and Mr. Frailk Wigna M Dnott, Masters 0. end S. DaTiea. OoliecJlions in aid oJ. Sunday Scliooi Funds. The ANNUAL OUTING will take place at Y" nifioraran on Whi t.-M onda,v, June 1st. Tickets—Adults, lp. "d.; Children, 9d. eaoh. OarR leave Alexan«lnvroad at 1.30 p.m. Y. M. C. A. TO-XORROW (SUNDAY). 10 a.m. FELLOWSHIP GATHERING. 3.0-BROTHER1900D Speaker: Mr. LEWIS LLEWELLYN THOMAS (Owrabwrla) Subject: Youth—<It» Besponeihilitiee." Aooomnist-4r. ARTHUR DAVIES, F.B.C.O., A.R.C.M. 8.15 p M.-Opon-air Meeting at Entrance to Victoria Park. SKETTY BROTHERHOOD (U NKBCTAEJ AN). WESLEY CHAPEL, SKETTY, TO-MOB-BOW (SUNDAY) AFTERNOON at 3. Speaker: Mr. RALPH H. OUCHTON. subjeot. "Ohrist and the Future. j ObaAnmon—Mr. J. H. MOR.GAN. Organist—Mr. 0. St. firvan Johns, A.'B.O.O. Brotherhood String Band and Ma-le Choir. QXFOBD^St^JNm&D ODlST QHUROH. WHIT-SUNDAY fiEBVICBS. pher Rev. F. SPARROW. sll a.m.: "The Message of the Wind." 6.30 p-in.: "The Merry Heart," BRIGHT ETENIN<t HOUR'S SPiBVICK Visitors Heartily Welcome. OhiW-ren's Leagw at 10.30. Bible Class and Sunday School ait 2.45. ST. ylMOW,g ^IHUROH, ST. HELEN'S-BOtAD. TO-MORBOW (SUNDAT!, MAT Jlst, 1914. Preacheer— Morning at 11: Rev. C. CYNON LEWIS. Evening at 6.30: Mr. HAROLD PARSONS. A Heart y Welcome to All. gOCIETT OF JpRlENDS, 200, Righ-street. TO-MORBOW (ffUNlXAT), MAY 31frt„ 1914. SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY and PRIZE DISTRIBUTION. VISITORS-ARTHX!B, 1. AND LOUISA QWULIilAM (Milford Haven). WESLEY BROTHERHOOD MUSICAL SERVICE in the Larger HaJl Schoolroom a.t 3 p.m. The Male Voice Party will give selections, assisted by Mda&es May Price and Lillian Ed-wards, and Messro. W. Witoox and E. Dorrvngton. fipeaker Foiiowang Strndiay—Mr. RAROIID .kb £ G.
i I AT THE BATH AND WEST. (Photo by Chapman.) A charming snapshot of Lady Mond and Mtss Eva Mond, taken at the Bath and West Show.