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NORMAN & WILUM3. ? A c??p ?i?y?r?r??L? LAST WEEK ?? iLd? ??iKn? ? -OF GRSAT- I Jewellery SALE. Ending September 21 sto Bargains in Rings, Bracelets, I Brooches, &c., &c. I Will Customers please call I for their Watch Repairs.. [ NORMAN & WILLIAMS, 285, OXFORD STREET, I SWANSEA. PUBLIC NOTICES. SWANSEA EDUCATION COMMITTEE. NTED, fQr the Duration of the ?WL??War, a TEMPORARY C A RE- TAKER for the Swansea Training College. Wages S3 per week. The Man appointed must be* able to attend to the Furnaces, Boilers, Heating Apparatus, Electric Light, Electric Laun- dry, etc. Application Forms and particulars of duties to be obtained at the Education Offices, 9, Grove-place, Swansea, and appli- cations must roach me -in or before Wed- nesday, the 18th instant. T. J. REES, Director of Education. SWANSEA RURAL DISTRICT I COUNCIL. HOUSEHOLD FUEL AND LIGHTING ORDER, 1918. COAL Merchants, Coal Dealers, and Others Selling Coal for Domestic Use, MUST BE REGISTERED WITHIN UsDe, AYS FROM THIS DATE. Any Mer- 7 chants or Dealers who have not received a Form can do so on applying to the under- signed. T. TREVOR WILLIAMS, Lofcal Fuel Overseer. Alexandra-road, Swansea. Dated 12th September, 1913. National Health Insurance Acts, 1911 to 1918. APPLICATION having been made to the National Health Insurance Com- mission (Wales) for the determination under Section 66 (1) (a) of the. National Insurance Act, 1911, of the question whether persons employed by Colliery Companies as Colliery Firemen and Col- liery Examiners are employed within the meaning-of the National Insurance Acts, the Commissioners give notice that a Hearin. of parties interested will take -place o Saturday, the 5th October, 1918, at -.30 ".In. at the City Hall, Cardiff, be- fore S. "Tluunas Hughes, the person ap- point* r)y them for the purpose. Any arsons interested who desire to be heard ?fore a' decision is given should give jot less than three, days' notice to Sir Thomas Hughes at the offices of the Commission of their intention to attend or be represented at the hearing. Statements in writing made by persons; affected will be considered if submitted not later than the day preceding that fixed for the hearing. NATIONAL HEALTH INSURANCE COMMISSION (WALES), City Hall, Cardiff. September, 1918. WERN CHAPEL, YSTALYFERA A Grand Competitive Concert Will be held on SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9th, 1918. Presidmt:- D. W. Da vies, Esq., Tycoch, Ystalyfera. Adjudicators: Mubic, W. D. Clee, Esq., A.R.C.O., Yetalyfera; Recita- tion, D. Clydach Thomas, Esq., Clydach. Accompanist, Glyn Williams, Esq., Yetalyfera. Champion Solo (open) C4 4s.; Other Solos, El Ie.; Open Recitation, £ 1 Is. and a Chair; Instrumental Solo, £1 Is.; Penil- lion Singing, Ll Is.; Children's Solos and Recitations. Programmes, 2d. each., now ready. Secretaries: T. Davies, Tygwyn -Farm, yetalyfera, and P. Walters, The Drive, Jetalyfera. GLAMORGAN COUNTY COUNCIL. AGRICULTURAL COMMITTEE. FREE SCHOLARSHIPS FOR DAIRY- ING STUDENTS. THE Committee are prepared to nomi. x Date a Limited Number of Students for attendance and Free Tuition at the First Short Course in Dairying Science organised by the University College, Car- diff, from October 14th to December 7th, 1918. Students selected to attend this Course from the Eastern part of the Administra- tive Area will be provided with Railway Seaeoy-. Tiel: N where necessary, and those from the Western part will receive a Maintenance Allowance and approved Rail Fares. Applications for these Scholarships must be received not later than the 1st October, 1918. Further particulars may be ob. tained from the Chief Education OiSeial, jGlaciOrgtiii Coua.ty Had, Cardiff. SALES BY AUCTION. BONYMAEN, NEAR SWANSEA. IMPORTANT SALE OF A VALUABLE BRICKWORKS, Within three miles of Swansea, within one mile from Upper Bank Station (Midland Railway), and within easy and convenient reach of the Burrows and Port Tennant ureas, where lai-gt, Commercial and Industrial Develop- ments are intended. Mr. Trevor Evans, F.A.I. (MESSRS. BOWEN AND EVANS) WILL OFFER for SALE by AUCTION on WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25th, 1918, the VALUABLE UNDER- TAKING known as the "pper Bank Brick and THe Works, Together with the extensive Clay-boaiing Lands attached thereto (Freehold and Leasehold), comprised in a total area 01 27 ACRES or thereabouts, with the BUILDINGS, FOUR KILNS, FIXED AND LOOSE PLANT AND MACHINERY, etc. The Works will first be Offered as a GOING CONCERN, and if not Sola there wUl immediately follow a DISMANTLING SALE of the BRICKMA r £ ING PLANT AND MACHINERY, Comprising:—Lancashire Boiler, SrnAll Horizontal Engine, Two Grinding Pans (each 9ft.), Brick-cutting Machines, Power Press, Hand Press, Complete Grind, ing Mill (6ft.—21in. Pug; 10ft.—2ft. Single Mixer; 7ft. Single Mixer), Crab Winch, Shafting of various lengths and sizes, Pul- leys, Brick Cutting-off Table, Donkey Pump, Steam and 'Vter Pipes, Light Rails, Sleepers; Extensive and Substan- tial Sheds and Timbering and Corrugated Iron Sheets, all in good order and con- dition; a Large Number of Cast-iron Flooring Plates and Steel Sheets, etc., etc. Details of all items are given on Cata- logue, to be obtained of the Auctioneer. Sale to Commence (on the Works) at 11.30 a.m. Detailed Particulars of the Undertaking with Conditions of Sale, as well a6 a Catalogue of the Plant and Machinery, are in course of preparation, and may bo obtained of the Auctioneer, at his Office, Salubrious-passage, Swansea; or of Messrs. Hanson and Nash, Solicitors, 15, Wind- street, Swansea. SWANSEA AUCTION ROOMS. 46, WATER- LOO-STREET SWANSEA. Removed from a Residence in Swansea Valley and other sources for Convenience of Sale. MESSBS. JOHN M. LEEDER AND SON WILL SELL by AUCTION," at the above f Address on WEDNESDAY, SEPTEM BER 18ch. 1918, at 11 a.m., HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE roughly oomprisiiig -Very well-made Bed- room Suites in Oak and Walnut. Chest of Drawers Brass Iron Bedstead, Oamp Bed stead. Wire Spun?. Hair and other MaU tresses. Feather Bolsters and Pillows, Ben- room Ware, Washstands. Dining and Draw- ing-room Suites in Leather, Oak and other Sideboards Dining Tables. Grandfathers Clock in Oak Case. Oak Bracket. Olock. Tur. key and other Carpets and Rugs, Circular Mirror, Hall Stand Organ by G. Bell and Co. (11' sto-psl. 2 Brass Curbs and Brasses, Washing Machine (T Bradford and Co. Wheelbarrow, Scales and Weight*, China, Books, and Sundry Kitchen Utensils Also Quantity of OFFICE FURNITURE, 2 Smith Premier Typewriters, Kos. 3 and 10. Brief Machines, Mahogany Bookcase. Chairs. Small Filling: Cabinets. Tables. Let- ter Presses and Stands, 3 Safes by Cart- wrght and Cyrus Price and Co. On View day prior to Sale from 2.J0—5 p.m. Auctioneers' Offices: 46. Waterloo-street, [ Swansea. (3112) Llandebie Sports Grounds. CARNIVAL SPORTS BABY SHOW, HORSE SHOW, TIMBERING, SPLIC- ING, AND BORING COMPETITIONS, will be held at the above Grounds on SATURDAY, SEPT. 28th, 1918. D. O. JONES, General Secretary. SOLD FOR 25,000. Valuable Llanelly Leasehold Residence. At Llanelly on Friday the leasehold re- sidence known as Caedelyn, Llanelly; which stands in its own grounds of three acres and 28 perches, was offered for sale. The property is held under a lease for 99 years from June, 1900, at the ground rent of £30 Sts" per annum. It was sold for £ 5,000 to Mr. Frank Rees. manager of the Llanelly Steelworks. Mr. F. N. Poweil was the solicitor for the vendors. lic-ld tin d er a leas-3  No. 9, Park-creeeent, held under a le?so of 999 years, from March. 1913, was &old ?i?o Mr. T. Y. Wilson, Greyhound Hotel,  for 5G45, the solicitor for the vendor [be?nr Mr. H. Greenwood













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