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THOROUGH SIGHT-TESTING. YOU are oordiallv invited to call tipcn Mr. FÆJC REES, F.IL-d..b.. F.8.M.O.. eto. (Loud.), 26. Castle-atreei, Swansea. Con- sultation Free. Central 620. d.b.-s.a SPECIALISED VOCAL TRAINING. XT OICES Tested Free of Charge.—Altitun- Hey. Mus. Bao., 251, O^ora-eueet, Swansea Phone: Central V15. GOVERNESSES. NuRSERY Governess Required. Daily or I Resident, three Children.—Apply Mrs. Charles Moxbaxn, 11, The Poplars, Sketty. lCiki-26 CAPABLE Nurse Wanted, immediately, for Boy (3 years of age); wages good .Needlewoman.—Mrs. C. H. Blewitt Jen- kins, Tilehurst." Sketty-roa.d. Tswa-nsea. "V'CPiSE Wanted, to look after two Young 1, Children; sleep in.—Apply Clyae Valley HoteL::&1h:-30 MOTHERS' HELPS. T\T ANTED. Daily Domesticated Mother's f Help, willing to assist in aM duties.— Write, stating age, experience, and wages required, to A. X. Daily Post," Swan- eea. 134hl-27 NURSE-HOUSEMAIDS. ~\V ANTED, Is urse-Housemaid, for Eden- "t avenue; another Maid kept,—Apply Hutchinson, Beaohleigh," West Cross. 119h2 3 HOUSE-PARLOURMAID8. VtOUSEMAID-WAITRESS Want;â.rl in ?? February.—App?y MISS Bate". Canton Private Hotel, Mumbles. 147hl-24 "VVTANTED, a Young House-Parlourmaid.—■ » » Apply Norton Lodge, West Cress. 125hl-24 HOUSEKEEPERS. ??ANTED, a Housekeeper, middle-age, for *T Working Man with three children, in Ystradgynlais.—Apply 12, West bury-terrace, Swansea. 1 lfi4hl-25 HOUSEMAIDS. \\TANTED, Young Girl, Under-Houeemaid. —Hotel Monjco, Swansea. 257nl-30 T EWIS LEWIS and Co. Require Hcuse- '? maids for London; salary ?ZO.—AppIv 181, Last India Dock-road, London, E. ldOhl-27 l .o:- GENERALS. GOOD General Wanted. at once.—33, SfrT Helen's-road, Swansea. 259hl-30 a Good General Servant, another kept; also Womaù. for Clean- ing, two days a week—Apply Mrs. Fitu. Woodman Inn, Blackpill. 246hl-26 'Y?? ANTED, a Good General Servant, wiii- ing to Assist in Bar.—Apply Mrs. Bryant, Victoria Hotel, Porthoa.wl. 15.39d.30 TTTANTED, Strong Girl. for General Work, » and to A&sim in Bar when required; good references.—Apply Jarvis, Rhyddings Park Hotel, Swansea. 21Shl-S) Vy"ANTED, a Good General Servant, sleep in or out.—Mrs. Clark. 19, Beeohwocd- road. Swansea. 16Jht-29 \JUANTED, good General Servant.-Apply » Mre. Brayley, Weat Cross Hotel, near Swansea. 188hl-5 IXrANTED, Young Girl, for mornings only. ? T -Apply Mrs. Ralph Wyrill, 8, Oakwood- road, Swansea. 2G7hl-25 ANTED, an Experienced and Fuliy Qualified General Servant, able to do Plain (booking; two in family; satisfactory references required; wages dB30 a year.— Apply 19, Bryn-road, after 6 p.m. llhl-24 WANTED, an Experienced General be-rv- ant; two in family.—Call, evening, be- tween 6 and 7. at Mrs. T. Sydney Levari, Craiglyn," Sketty-road. Swansea. lOOnl-2-i WANTED, Experienced General; four in family; no washing or ironing; wages 20;' liberal outings.—Apply Mrs. W. Simons, "Ingledene," 37, Eaton-orcsoent, Swansea. S7hl-2c T?'ANTED, Strong, Capable General— t f Write Box 900, "Daily Poet," Swansea. L H2hi-25 ??'A? NTED, for February, a.nExlried -General Maid.—Apply, after u, or by letter, Mrs. Corby, Coundon," Eaton Grove. 135M-27 f. REGISTRY OFFICES. "\TISS LEWIS, High-olass i. try, Castle-street, Swansea, requires j Experienced and Inexperienced Servants (all kinds) for Private Establishments, Institu- tions. Schools, Business Houses (aU partsl. 226hl-5C A RELIABLE REGISTRY .—Mrs. Evans, 14o, Rhyadings terrace, Brynmill, Swan- sea, Requires Cook-Generals, House-Parlour- maids, Generals, Nurses, ajid other Maids t Eocm8 to Let. 114111-26 CLERKS. Etc. T ADY Book-keeper, good at Figures, Wanted, at onoe; Typewriting and Shorthand advantageous. Also a Shorthand- Typist-Write "Office," "Daily Post," swan- 250hl-26 W ANTED, Competent Lady Clerk, for General Clerical Work; must be well educated, experienced, and able to take Re- eponsibility and Initiative. — Apply, by letter only, stating qualifications, and salary k required, to Surveyor of Taxes, District A., Exohange Buildings, Swansea. 79hl-26 WELL-EDUCATED Lady fehorthand- Typist Required for Coal Offices.— | s Write Anthracite." Daily Post," Swansea. 127hl-24 ■ ~i i..I i mi .) ?: AND TRAVELLER& AGENTS AND TRAVELLERS. CANVASS Farmers-possible earnings £5- ][■ £18 week.—Write "Lloyd." 56, Wa.rton- road, Stratford, London. 99hl-26 GENTLEMAN ha? 4 or 5 Hours Daily to Spare; would Collect Rents or Debts, etc.; daily settlements.—Writs Box 131, "Daily Post," Swansea. 171hl-29 APPRENTICES AND ASSISTANTS. A PPRENTICE Wanted.—Miss Jones, C-oa- tomier, 33, George-street, Swansea, f Apply evenings. 23Zhi-26 A PPRENTICES and Improvers Wanted, for Ladies' Costuming.—Apply E. and F. Awbrey, 18, Mansel-street. 115h1.Z6 GROCERY and Provisions.—Experienced Assisunts (ineligible) Wanted, for High-claas Trade; mu3t have gocd references. —Gale's Stores, High-street, Swansea. 94hl-26 ANTED, at onoe, Apprenticœ, Experi- ■ enced Girls, and also to use the f Maohine.—Apply Goldman, 220, Pioton-lane. TXT ANTED, Strong, Respectable YoutTa (in- eligible), to Assist in Ironmongers' Shop.—Apply John Griffiths and Co., 8, i "Union-street, Swansea. 109hl-26 I MISCELLANEOUS SITUATIONS. A Berth for life, with a life of travel, at a good wary awaits a youth (100m 16 as soon as he qualifies as a Wireless Operator I f" with us. We have to oope with this de- h mand: more than doubled our aceommoda- tion. To youths leaving sohool, or medically unfit for the Servloe, this is a splendid opening. Men of military age, Class A, i cannot be aooepted unless they come for short courses to train for the Services.— Wireless College, St. Mary-street, Cardiff. and Castle-street, Swansea. 3008. r 2709 i EMLYN LEWIS <4 CO., Rutland Chambers, have Vacancies for Experienced Young ladiee, to Assist in Wholesale Millinery K Warehouse. Those living in Swansea or dis- trict preferred.—Apply between 9 and 6. 224hl-30 I CHAUFFEUR Wanted, Private High-olaas i class Car; Experienced; able to do Re- pairs and make hmeelf useful; ineligible for the Aijny.-Write Rao," Daily Poet," fe. Swansea. 261hl-30 GOOD Tailoress, able to Make Button- i — holes, Wanted, at onoe; also Appren. ? Wee Girl.—Apply Premett, Tailor. 5, Pieton- ? lllaoe, Swansea. 263bl-J0 ?. A VACANCY occurs in the Hosiery Depart- ? ment for a Smart Youn Jy Assist- [ tnt; opportunity to Learn the Business; ftmall salary to oommenoe.—Apply, by letter Wily, stating age, etc., and salary required, |o WlUing'e (1913), Ltd., 9, Templet-street, f" IwanseA. 246hl-26 )NTED. Experienced Young L?dy. for J. YV the Croowy Trade.—Apply lies, 4, f.. )2.; 25SU-26 r- r i MISCELLANEOUS SITUATIONS. ?fOTOR Driver Waited, must be ineligible, good Writer, able to do Running Re- pain., and produce good references; good wages paid.—Write Box 3, Daily Post" Swansea. 252hl-26 \\jTANTED, a. Good Day Girl; references re- » quired.—Apply, after 6 o'clock. Miss Griffitho, 13, Hawtihorne-avemie, Uplands, 3waag(-a. 247hl-30 j ?OTOR IRADE.-Wanted, immediately, two Competent, Assistants (Male or 'I Female); previous knowledge prefened, but rut essential. Apply John 8..Drown, Oxford- street, Swansea. 263M-20 rOTOR Driver Wanted (ineligible), able S to do Running Repairs.—Apply D. Bal- cup and Son, 101, St. Hclen's-road. 213hl-26 \XTANTED, at once, Expenenced Chamber- maid. — Apply, with references, to Manager, Osborne Hotel, Langland Bay. Mumble?. 1542nl-3C Yf7"ANTED, Mandolinists and Apply East, Conductor of Melody Makers, Swansea Banjo and Mandoline Band. 59. Kilvey-terrace, St. Thomas, bwan- sea Must be ineligible. 14^hl-29 Wf ANTED, Experienced Driver (ineligible;; good references.—H. and G. Simonds, Ltd.. Oichard-street. 1533nl-25 OHAP.P Youth Wanted, immediately, to ? Drive out and Assist in Warehouse (in- eligible).—Apply Harry's Stores. Morriston. 1 199h:.<:S A N Experienced Man Wanted, to drive Ford Car, and understand Repairs (in- eligible; good wages to suitable applicant.— Cash Warehouse Co.. 46, Waterloo-street, Swansea. 196h1-2Y "T A",TED. a Good All-round Tailoreas.- Apply to M. Margett's, 12, Dynevor- place, Swansea. 212hl-24 \\f ANTED, Experienced Driver. for Ford f Van <indigible). able to do Running Repairs.—Ward, The Grocer, Mumbles. 161hl-29 BAKER'S Vanrnan Wanted, for Horse -D Van; also Salesman, for Ford Van; must be good Salesman; ineligible.—Apply, stating reference and wages required. j Avana Cake 00.. Ltd., Angle-street, Aber- I a ,0D..1 153hl-29 LESSONS. — Young Lady Required, to Teach, for a few hours daily, a Little Girl (7 years of age).—Apply Mrs. Get.hing, ;"Lar. Morriston, Glam. BUILDER'S Labourers Wanted (inelig- ible).—Apply T. Richards, Contraotor. Northampton Yard. 127M-27 GROCER'S Driver Waited (ineligiMe);;  steady Man; used to Horses.—Apply J, E Jones, The Emporium, Angel-street, Neath. ls20ul-24 to Increased Demand for Pies. Pasties, and Mince Pies, two Strong, Intelligent Girls Wanted; must be good timekeepers.—Apply Foreman, Mack- 'orth Bakery, Tower-lane, Swansea. 128hl-27 HAULIER Wanted (ineligible); regular n vork for Good Man-—Apply D. J. Hopkins, 19, Dynevor-place, Swansea. 137hl-24 WANTED, Young Girl. just left school, for  Paper Round, from 8 till 1 o'clock, Mornings only.—Apply Ben Davies, News- agent, 7, St. Helen's-road. 31hl-24 TTTT ANTED, Assistant Manageress, or Fore- woman, for Steam lAundry; must, liave had good experience.—Apply, in first instance, with references, salary, etc.. to Box .39. Daily Post," Swansea. 39ht-25 s ANTED. Walline Masons and Brick- layers (ineligible). — Apply Walters and Johns, Contractors, Swansea Vale Spelter Works, Llansamlet. 1529nl-27 -1- OFFICE BOYS, ERRAND BOYS. Etc. WAITED, Energetic Boy.—Salter, Baker, 1. f f Norfolk-street, Swansea. 180hl-25 \v4 A.NIK0, a. Respectable Errand Boy; good Dairy Co., Ltd., 205, High-street, Swansea. 153hl-29 I "r A.XTED. Respectable Errand Boy. — Apply D. M. Lewis and Co., Ltd., Ox- ford-street, Swansea. 14hl-24 SITUATIONS WANTED, __l DRESSMAKER, with three years' exped-i L ? ence, would like Work in Shop.—Write, stating wage, to L. B. Daily Post," Swansea. 221hl-29 /"1A24ETAKERS.—Man (over Military ag) and Wife desire above, or Bimilar pofi- jtion; healthy, active; excellent references.— ( Write .iseageaiit," Daily >Post»" Swansea, j 273hl-30 "VTOUNG Woman Seeks Work in Bakehouse, — or Confectioner's; light hand Cakes and Pastries—Write Box 32, Daily Post," Swan- ea. 250hl-27 SITUATION Wanted, by Middle-a^ed Per- son, as Working Housekeejjer.—Write to Mrs. Llewelyn, Registry Office, 222, Ox-. ford-street. 15hl-27 YOUNG Married Man, smart and ener- -L getic (ineligible for H.M. Forces), seeks Situation of National Importance, as Clerk, or Checking Work; good writer and jfro- ficient book-keeper. — Write Clerical." Daily Post," Swansea. 164hl-29 YOUNG Lady seeks Situation, as Shorthand JL Typist; has also a. Knowledge of Book- keeping—Write Box 186, "Daily Post," Swan- sea. 135hl-29 j jENTISTRY.—Young Lady, capable of j Jj -j' doing Sinking, Packing, etc., and Help in Surgery, &&eka SituatdoD.—Apply Dent- istry," Daily Post," Llanelly. 283lhl-27 TTSEFUL Man (ineligible) desires Work (plain Clerical), Accounts or Books, would not Aiind Light Manual; railway; ex- perienced; good Figurer and Writer.—Write Clemax," Daily P09t," Swansea. 1527nl-27 I MISCELLANEOUS WANTS. j I \\TANTED, cheap. Small Boll-top Desk.— j State size and price to "J. H. 29. Malvern-terraoe, Swansea. 256hl-30 WANTED, a Field, 2 to 4 Acres, more or f f less, between six to ten miles round Swansea, from February, 1917, to February, 1918.—Apply 57, Alexandra-road, Swansea. 249hl«26 WANTED, an American Trolley, Folding 'V Pram., or a Wicker Push Chair; must be in good condition and cheap for cash.— Box 40, Daily Post," Swansea. 172hl-26 WANTED, Typewriter, Boy's Cycle, æin. frame; also Gas Fire; for Cash.—Write Bridges, 10, St. Iltyd's-creecent, St. Thomas, Swansea. 182hl-25 A jpiANO Wanted, for Mission-room; mast -? bo a bargain.—Write Select,? Daily Post," High-street, Swansea. 201hl-2J WANTED, to Purdhase, Hand and Treadle Sewing Madhine; must be in gocd oondition.—Write Treadle," Daily Post," Swansea. 186h7-25 WANTED, an American Folding Push Chair; must be in good condition, and cheap for Cash.—Write, stating full particu- lars, to Box 60, Daily Poet," Swansea. 59hl-25 \\TANTED, to Rent, Stable, with Accommo- » dation, suitable for Storing Boxes.— Tully, Fish Docks, Swansea. 93hl-26 WANTED, to Buy, any quantity Grape Barrels and Apple Barrels. — TuUy, Fish Docks, Swansea. 93hl-26 WANTED, Four-wheeled Trolley.—Tully, Fish Docks, Swansea. 95M-25 GRAMOPHONE Wanted, Second-hand; must be a bargain for Cash.—Write "Hall," Daily Poet," Hig-h-atreet, Swansea. 200h1-U MISCELLANEOUS SALES. T?bRSALE. a Baby's High Ohair and Wicker Push Chair; also Wanted to Ex- change, 4-Roomed House for 6 Rooms, Hafod preferred. — Apply 77, Oaffmarthen-road, Swansea. 215hl-26 A BUTCHER'S Trap for Sale, in exoellent condition, as good as new.—Apply R. Richards, Butcher, Glais. 23ah1-26 FOR 'SALE, 10 H.P. Traction Engine, 4-Ton I. Yorkshire Wagon, 10 H.P. Portable, 5in. Three-throw Pump, 9ft. day Mill.—Apply D. M Davies, West Cross, near Swansea. 1537nl-30 FOR SALE, Oil Tank, Circular, Rivetted, JL and Hinge Lid, Brass Tap, 70-80 Gallons; ni fair offer refused—Write Hawtlhorno," Daily Post," Swansea. 240hl-26 FOR SALE, Governeas Oar, Flat Cart, JL smart Set of Heavy Brass-mounted Van Harness, Set of Cob Harness, Chaff Maohine, Blacksmith's Drill.—F. Morgan, Cliffs, Llan- elly. 218h1-2C) G1RAMOPHONE Reoords for Sale.—263, ? Tinman's-row, Owmbwrla. 149hl-24 TYPEWRITER, for Sale, latest pattern (Em- J'- pire), in perfect oondition; cost 18 guineas, sell £6 10s.; Bargain.—Write Em- pire," "Daily Post," Swansea. 171h1-29 MR. D. A. ALLEN, the Poultry Expert, iu his Lecture at Swansea, said that all Poultry should have 2 ozs. of Meat each per day. R. Jenkins, Poultry Meat Salesman, de- delivers same at 3d. per lb.—Apply "Travel- lers' Rest," Llansamlet. 181hl-29 FOR SALE, Complete Harness, as New; suit I Carter 15 to 16 hands.—Apply between 6 and 9 p.m., 11, West bourne Grove, Sketty. 191h1-25 ) MISCELLANEOUS SALES. ( FOR SALE, a Fast Donkey, 6 years old. in splendid condition.—Apply 52, Baptist Well-street, Swansea. 204hl-29 GREENHOUSE for Sale, at Tcwn Hill- road, sketty.—Apply Air. C. Maries, 66, Walter-mad, Swansea. 178hl-29 SALE, a Divan Suite, in Best Saddle- I bags; in good condition; to be Sold cbeap, £6 17s. bd.—18, Richardson-street. 160nl-25 Truckloads New Hardwood Tram Sleeper?, 3ft. Sin. x 5in. x 2m.; number Wrought Iron Belt Pulleys, from 24in. to ll2in. diameters.—Pcrrys and Partners (only addressi, 4, Wind-street, Swansea. ,)3hl-I4 &ALE, Anthracite Stoves,' at Greatly Reduced Prices; four Shop-soiled, two Second-hand.—Jenkins and Co., Ironmongers, Swansea. 7-hl-24 SALE, Furs. Splendid Set Black Fox, JL recently 15s.; fashionable shaped Stole, large Animal Muff, perfect condition, accept £2 2s., economical bargain. Write Box 1817, Daily Post," Swansea. 83hl-26 FO:1 SALE, Saw BqlOh, will take 2ft. 6in. Saw, equal to new; also 6ft. and 7ft. Mortar Mills.—Jones, 6, George-street, Swan- sea. 2hl-24 SALE, 6 x 100 Egg-size Incubators, by Phipps, Prairie, etc., £3 10s. To II meet the greatly increased demand, we are Installing.. Larger Machines.—Chris. Jones, Hafod. 92hl-26 FOR SALE, about 4 tons Oak Timber, from JL hull of vessel, suitable for Colliery purposes.—Apply Wern Tinplate Co., Ltd., Briton Ferry. 1528nl-27 ROYAL Liver Friendly Society.—Good ?4 -? Book for Sale, at Pontardawe, cheap to an immediate purchaser. To an Experienced Man, able to organise and appoint Men under him in the Valley, a Special Salaried Appointment as District Agent can be ar- ranged.. Ineligible for H.M. Forces.—Apply Matthews, Central Buildings, Fisher-street. Swansea. 29hl-24 SWITCHES and' Crossings—Early Deliver- G ies of Sets, specially made to buyer's requirements, from 70,75 Flange Rails.— Perrys and Partners, 4, Wind-street, Swan- | sea. S TEEL Double-side Tipping and Double-end Tipping Wagons, Platform Cars, Switohes, Portable Railway Track, etc., in 20in. and 24in. gauges; Steel Side Tipping Wagons, in 36in gauge.—Perrys and Part- ners, 4, Wind-street, Swansea. 33hl-24 HORSES, CARRIAGES. TRAPS, Etc. A SACRIFICE, Farmers, Others.—Strong A Vanner Mare, 15 hands, eight years, in foal, Collier-stamp Mare, 14 hands, seven years, heavy in foal, £20; heavy-built Cob, suit colliery, six years, 143 (hands, £ 22; Tip-cart, £8; Harness, cheap.— Haulier, 25, Beach-street, Oxford-street end, Swansea. 25hl-24 AN active Cart Mare, heavy bone, seven L years. lS hands, in foal, noted horse, £28; Collier Horse, 14 hands, six years, £24: light Vanner, 15J hands, six years, £22; two Trollies, Spring Tip-cart, five Sets Harness, cheap; must sell.—Thomas, Contractor, 49, Danygraig-terraoe, Port Tennant, Swansea. 25hl-24 HORSE and Van for Sale, in excellent con- jLJ dition, owner buying car, sujtable for Grocer or Baker.—Write Box 121, DailT Post," High-street, Swansea. 121hl-24 MATRIMONY. IESPECTABLE Young Man desires to Cor- respond with Respectable Young Lady, with view to Matrimony; photo necessary.— Write Photo," Daily Post," Swansea. 206hl-24 1. BUSINESS PREMISES FOR SALE. MUMBLES.—For Sale, Good-class Cafe -?- splendid summer trade; good Letting during season; possession March. Also Premier Bicycle, Dunlop tyres, nearly new.— Write M. Daily Post," Swansea. 233hl-26 GLASS, China, Hardware, Toy Business for ?? Bale (Double-fronted Shop); low rent; main street; no opposition; bargain to imme- ■ diate purchaser; stylish Fittings and Fix- tures.—For particulars, apply H. Harrison, [8, Vjllier-street, Briton Ferry. 231M-30 j TO TOY AND FANCY DEALERS. TO TOY AND FANCY DEALERS. TOYS and Fancy Good* much below ?- wholesale prices. Giving up business. Chance of a lifetime. Inspection invited.— Alexandra Bazaar, 20, High-street Arcade, Swansea. 193hl-29  LOST AND FOUND. LOST, on the 9th inst., a Half Brindle Bull Terrier, aged 11 onthB. has a Collar with H'. and G. Simonds' Name on. Reward given to finder, but detained will be prose- cuted.—Apply H. and G. Simonds, Brewers, Orchard-street, Swansea. 234hl-26 Ij^OCND, a Black Pom Dog, January 19th, at Landore.—Owner can have same by applying to 9, Forbes-street, Landore. 27ZM-26 LOST, on Saturday Evening, January 20th, JL? between Temple-street and Quay-parade, a Lady's Gold Curb Bracelet—Finder re- warded on returning same to Central Police Station, or T. B. Brown, Butcher, Quaypar- ade, Swansea. 167hl-25  OST, on Saturday, at the Market, between -L? Hand 12, Grey Leather Handbag, con- taining Purse anid Money.—Finder will be re- warded returning same to 142, Rhyddings-ter- race, Swansea. 166hl-25 LOST, between Briton Ferry and Birch- grove, Overcoat (Plaid Lining), on Saturday night; fell from oyole.—Finder Re- warded on returning to C. Lowe, 21, Sybil- street, Clydaoh-on-Tawe. 199hl-25 LOST, on Saturday, £1 10s. in Notes. Will Person who picked up same kindly re- turn to Woman, with five little ones. Urgently needed. Believed dropped between Purser's and Chidzoy's Stores.—Write Dis- tressed," Daily Poot," Swansea. 166hl-25 1 pOUND, Black Pony, 11 hands. If not .r claimed within seven days will be sold. —F. Davies, 78, Western-street, Swansea. 76hl-25 LOST, Fountain Pen, with Gold Band, in- -L< itiaUcd. Finder Rewarded. — Apply Swan." 57, Bryn-road, Swansea. 126-hl-24 LosTr, Bunoh of Keys.—Reward given on L being returned to St. George Hotel, Walter-road, Swansea. 139hl-24 LOST, on Wednesday, between Ben. Evans' -Lj and Masters', Large-size Photograph, wrapped in newspaper, Passmore" written on back.—Finder please return to 73, Carmarthen-road, Swansea. 75hl-25 LOST, outside 26, Mysydd-road, Landore, JLj on January 17th. Black Purse, contain- ing Treasury Notes, Silver, etc.—Person, seen pioking it up, Rewarded on returning to above address. 80hl-28 LOST, January 18th, 1917, between Dillwyn- street and Temple-street, Lady's Silver Watch.—Finder please return to Miss Davies, 16, Westbury-terraoe, Swansea. 95hl-27 LOST, Gold Bar Broodh, with Pearl and JLJ Cluster of Diamonds in oentre. Pearl at each end, and Diamonds in between. Finder will be suitably Rewarded.—Miss Lewis. Oorrymore," Sketty-road. 104hl-26 LOST, Thursday, in or between High-street -Lj Picture House and 38, Rhyddings Park- road. Revolver Brooch (Soldier's Keepsake). —Finder Rewarded on returning to above address. 113hl-26 TX7"ILL the Person, known, kindly return the White Pom to 106, Robert-street, or furtfher proceedings will be taken? 23hl-24 .,¡¡; MISCELLANEOUS. CHARACTER, Reader and Advisory Ex- pert.—Madame Veno, M.B.I.M.S., Palm- mist, gives Advice Daily (Hours: 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.) at. 222, Oxford-street, Swansea. 194hl-29 1&/TADAME VIRGO (Diploma), Palmist and -? J- Clairvoyant, on all aCadrs of Life, 236, High-street, over Davies', Chemist (only a few doors from Woolworth's Stores). 140hl-27 Madame drusilla. F.B.I.M.S. (Dip loma), Paimiat-Clairvoyant. American Mystio Readings. Advice Daily. Hours: 11 to 9.—Address: 68, St. Helen's-road, Swansea (oppoeite Hospital). 58M.-25 »" •' a FURNITURE. SOLID Walnut Bedroom Suite for Sale, comprising Wardrobe (6ft. 6in.), Dressing Chest. Washstand, three Chairs, in exoellent condition.—Write "Suite," "Daily Poet, lhl-24 TO LET-LICENSED PREMISES. SWANSEA.—Free, Fully Licensed House, main thoroughfare, convenient to Docks; long lease; satisfactory reasons.— Apply David M. Thomas, Estate Agent, Bnt- land-etreett Swansea. ltfbl-27. PERSONAL. 13ERSONAL.— Mr. Paul Schenker, having joined the Colours, Madam Schenker begs to say Business is carried on as usual. Gentlemen's Toupea. Ladies' Fringes, Trans formations, Pincurls, Wavelets, etc., made on the premises. Manicure, Massage, Chiro- pody, and Electrolysis by Trained Experts. Hairdressing and Marcel Waving a Special- ity.—Maison Schenker, 6, Goat-street, Swan- sea. 191h1-25 PROPERTY FOR SALE OR TO LET. John M. LeedT & Son's Announcements. rPO LET, or for Sale, Excellent Residence, Eaton Grove; 3 reception, 7 bedroomt; nud dressing-rooms, bathroom, etc.; usual domestic accommodation. Possession March 26th next. 1532nl-27 TO LET tFurnished), House, in Uplands district. Low rental. 1532n1-2ï SALE, Bryn-road, Convenient House; 5 reception, 5 bedrooms, bathroom, etc.: usual domestic accommodation. 1532nl-27 SALE, Gwydr-crescent, Leasehold Resi- -L 'ieace; 10 rooms, bath, etc. Lea% 77 years unexpired. Ground Rent JE5 15s. 1532n1-27! U*OR SALE, Queen's-road, Sketty, ModeiTi Residenoe; 2 reception, 4 bedrooms, bathroom, etc.; usual domestic aocommoda- tion. 1352nl-27 rpXCETJjENT Shop Premises, Stepney- street, Llanelly, and Port Talbot. 1532.111-27 O WANSEA.—Shop Premises in Oxford- street, Union-street-, High-street, Castle- street, Walter-road, King Edward-road, and The Grove, Uplands. 153ftil-27 CONVENIENT Suites of Offices in centre of Business Areas (Workshops, Stores, Oarages, etc.), to Let, or for Sale. 1532.n1.-2I rpO LET, Detached House, near Oystermouth Station; 2 reception, 7 bedrooms, bath- room, etc.; Large garden. Immediate pOS- session. 1532nl-27 TO LET, or for Sale, West Cross, Semi- detached Residence; 3 large reception- rooms, larder, pantries, kitohen, scullery, etc. 7 bed and dressing-rooms, bathroom, airing cupboard, lavatory, etc.; long garden. greenhouse, potting sheds; side entrance. Immediate possession. 1532nl-27 TO LET (Furnished), Semi-detached House, near Oys.termouth Station: Low rental. 1532nl-27 FOR SALE, Freehold, Langland-road, Mumbles, Modern Detached Residence; 3 reception, 6 bedrooms, bathroom, etc.; con- venient to station. 1532nl-27 fOR Particulars of tihe foregoing, or other Properties for Sale, or to Let, apply to John M. Leeder and Son, Surveyors and Estate Agents, 46, Waterloo-street, Swansea. 1532n1-:t J. Barron Pascoe's Announcements. T BARRON PASCOE, F.B.I., F.A.I.. Auc- ? tioneer, Valuer, House and Estate Agent, has the following Properties for Sale:— 1530n1-27 CARNGLAS-ROAD. Sketty. — Charming ? Sami-detached Vill? Residence, nicely arranged and in good repair; Lease about ivurs; Ground Rent £3 5s. per annum; 2 Reception-rooms, 4 Bedrooms, Bathroom, w.c.. Kitchen Scullery; Large Garden at the rear, with Greenhouse and Potting Shed. To be Sold for JE490. 1530nl-27 \V.ES'l'BOURNE-GROVE, Sketty.-4 Well- built Dwelling-houses, in good repair, producing a gross income of £ 122 per annum. To be Sold to pay 7J per cent. 1530nl.U1 OCYBORFACH-STREET. — Blook of 15? ? Houses for Sale at a very reasonable figure. 1530nl-27  ELLI-STREET, Port Tennant. -Block of ?-? 18 House for Sale, cheap. 153(?1-27 pAEPISTYLL-STREET—Block of 6 Houses I for* Sale. 1530n1-27 rpRAFALGAR-PLACE—A Well-built House -?- and Shop, with good Living Accommo- dation, to be Sold at a very low figure to close an Estate; Lease 99 years from 1893; Ground Reqt JE3 8s. per annum. 1530nl-27 "DROOKLANDS-TERRACE.—A Commodious -D Family Residence for Sale, at a low Re- serve, to close an Estate. 1530nl-27 IpURTHER Particulars of t'he foregoing .r Properties may be obtained of J. Ba.rron Pascoe, F.S.I., F.A.I., 6, College- street, Swansea. 1530nl-27 Messrs. J. Blewltt Jenkins and Sens' Announcements. GWYDR GARDENS.—Substantial Family Residence, with ample Accommodation, to Let. with prompt possession; rent £60 per annum.. 1535nl-29 GLANBRYDAN AVENUE. — Villa type House for Sale, Brynmill Park end. 1535n1-29 FOR Further Particulars of above, apply to Messrs. J. Blewitt Jenkins and Sons, Estate Agents, -Surveyor,s, Valuers, etc., 4, College-street, Swansea. 1535nl-29 [ OFFICES, ETC.. TO LET. OFFICES to Let, close to Custom House and Harbour Offices; two large Well-' lighted Rooms; splendidly situated; modeJ rate rental.—Apply Box 48, General Post Office, Swansea. 5h1-Z4 WAREHOUSES. Etc.. TO LET. TO LET, in centre of the town, two Large -L Rooms, each 39ft. by 35?ft., with lava- tory, etc.; make excellent Stores or Ware- houses.—Appl y T. W. James and Co., 24, Goat-street, Swansea. 98hl-26 BUSINESS PREMISES TO LET. BOOTMAKING and Repairing.—To Let, L Double-fronted Shop; Successful Busi- ness carried on for years; best part of Brynmill. — Apply 110, Marlborough-road, Swansea. 60hl-24 CLYDACH-ON-TAWE.—To Let, Lock-up ? Shop, Double Front, situted in most favourable position on corner of two main streets, suitable for Sale of Farm Produce, Fruit and Greengrocery, or Boots and Sftioes; reasonable rent.-Apply Secretary, Clydach Dairy Co., Heol-y-nant, Clydaoh-on- Tawe. 81hl-26 T OCK-UP Shop to Let, Delhi-street, Swan- ■U sea, suitable for Boot Trade.—Apply 25, Margaret-street, St. Thomas. 4hl-24 HOUSES TO LET. TTOUSE to be Let, at Windsor-terrace.— Apply to No. 24, Windsor-terrace. 228hl-29 rno LET, "Hillside," Kingston-road, Sketty, from March 25th.-For particulars, apply Hillside," Sketty. 1541nl-30 HOUSE to Let. No. 13, Sketty-a venue; 3 bedrooms, box-room, bath (hot and cold); every convenience; £28 exolusive — Write Box 85, Daily Post," Swansea. 54dl-25 TO LET, No. 2, Bryn-road, overlooking bay; possession. Maroh.—Apply Moy Evans, "Earlsmooi1," Bryn-road. 21h1-24 TO be Let, or Sold, a Modern House, in JL Uplands.—Write G. "Daily Post," Swansea. 57hl-25 TO LET, at 6, Prospect-terrace, Norton, West Cross, 4-Roomed Cottage.—Apply Sanders, The Laurels," Norton, West Cross. 132hl-24 TO LET, Furnished House, in Eaton Grove; -L 4 bedrooms, 3 reoeption-rooms, and usual domestic offloee; owner joined Colours. —Apply Box 102, Daily Post," Swansea. 266hl-80 rpo LET, 6-Roomed House (hot and oold J- bath), on Constitution Hill. Swansea.— Apply 45, St. Gecxrge 's-terrace, Swansea. 1536nl.Z6 <Bgg=gg==]tt ■ U 'IHIB'B HOUSES WANTED, SMALL Furnished HouBe Wanted, in Swan- sea, for one month, immediately; refer- ence given.—Write "Pater," "Daily Post," Swansea. 238hl-29 WANTED, at West Cross, Detached or Semi. detached House; modern convemencœ, furnished or otherwise; near the sea; no im- mediate hurry for possession.—Write, giving full particulars, to Doctor," Daily Post," Swansea. 212hl-25 WANTED, House, with an Acre or more Ground, within 3 miles of G.W. Sta- tion, for Poultry Rearing and Gardening, o* House, with a Large Garden.—Write Poul- try," "ily Post," Swansea. 203h1-29 HOUSE, or 6 Rooms Wanted, in a respect- n able locality, by a Responsible Tenant, willing to pay a fair rental.—Write "L. W. N. "Daily Post," Swiansea. 14hl-24 ANTED, to Rent, Modern Semi-detached » House, about £30 exolnsive of rates, within six miles of Swansea—Write Box 630, Daily Post," Swansea 74hl-25 P -j OFFERED to Secure Key of Sm?ll House, e& ? within easy range of St. Helen's or Brynmill district.—Write L. A. L. o/o Daily Post," Swansea. 73hl-26 £2 REWARD will be paid for the trouble of Finding Advertiser a suitable Six- roomed House, in Brynmill or St. Helen's district.—Write "Trouble," "Daily Poat" Office, Swansea- 89jil-g6 < I HOUSES FOR SALE. I_TAZEL-ROAD.—House for Sale; must sell to Close Estate; low ground rent; lea,e about 90 years; hot and oold bath; extensive sea view. — Write Hawthorne," Daily Post," Swansea. 241hl-26 IpOR SALE, 12 and 13, Approach-road, Man- selton, 5-Roomed Houses, in excellent oondition; 78 years to run.—Apply 20, Chad- desley-terrace, Swansea. 274hl-30 "LJOUSE for Sale, Trafalgar-terrace, over- n looking bay; 9 rooms; every conveni- ence; excellent repair; low ground rent.— Apply 34, Trafalgar-terrace, Swansea. 169hl-29 FOR SALE, Leasehold Dwelling Houses, Tycoch-road, Sketty; Spencer-street, 1 Brynliyfryd, both 999 lease; also Two Substantial Houses in" Norton-road, West Cross; cheap, convenient, low ground rent; accommodation, Six rooms, bath, etc.—Apply Verley Price, Solicitor, 13, Heathtield-street, Swansea. 173hl-29 HALE, No.. 7, Richmond-road. Up- lands; electrio light and all modern conveniences; early possession; magnificent sea view. -Apply on the premises. 142h 27 SKEITF-ROAD.—Convenient Modern House kJ for Sale; suit family.—Write Box 616, Daily Post," Swansea. 131hl-27 APARTMENTS TO LET. TO LET, a Bed-Sitting-room, Furnished; moderate terms. — Write Widow," Daily Post," Swansea. 21?hl-25 THREE Unfurnished Rooms to Let, in good locality; kitdhen and every con- venience; suit Educated People; rent 10s. 6d. weekly. — Write Steel," Daily Post," Swansea. 222hl-29 LODGINGS, for 3 or 4 Respectable Mechanics, Oxford-street, near Market.— Write Box 221, Daily Post," Swansea. 220hl-26 COMFORTABLE Furnished Apartments, Front Sitting-room and one or two Bedrooms; every convenience; use of bath- room. — Myrtle House, 53, Mansel-street, Swansea. 225h1-30 COMFORTABLE. Lodgings, suit Business Lady, or Gentleman; every convenience. -8. Wil^ws^place. 268M-30 TO LET, Bedroom and Kitchen, with open -L or closed range, suit Young Married Couple.—10, Kemble-street, Brynmill. 270hl-26 TO LET, Furnished Apartments (Front Sit- ing-room and Bedroom), suit Gentle- man, or two Friends; all conveniences.— Apply 58, Mansel-terrace. 269hl-30 TWO Rooms to Let; open grate.—Mrs. Wheeler, 12, Sea View-terrace, Swansea. 179hl-29 TO LET. Furnished Front Sitting and 1 or 2 Bedrooms, in the Uplands; piano; every convenience.—Write Windsor, Daily Post," Swansea. 183hl-29 TWO Furnished Rooms to Let; bath (hot and cold).—Apply 113, King Edward-road, Swansea. 208hl-29 ?0 LET. Furnished Front Sitting-room and J- Bedroom; bath 'hot and cold).—Apply 199, Kensipgton-crescent, Swansea. 205hl-29 rPO !?ET. two Unfurnished Rooms, suit. J- Lady and Gentleman in Business, or Married Couple, with no children; very central; every 4 convenience.—Apply 30, St. Helen's-road, Swansea. 175hl-29 COMFORTABLY Furnished Bedroom to Let, suit two Business Young Ladies; bath ('hot and oold;23, King Edward-road, Swansea. 43hl-24 COMBINED Room to Let; also Comfortable ? Lodgings, for Munition Workers (town end).—153, Western-street, Swansea. 30hl-24 LODGINGS, for Respectable Men, near -)L< G.W.R. Station.—Apply (side door), 104, High-street, Swansea. 51h t-25 A LADY, in Sketty, would like to have a Lady, or Gepftleman. as Paying Guest; first-class house; every convenience—Write- Box 23, "Da.ily Post," Swansea. 271hl-30 APARTMENTS WANTED. WANTED, by Married Couple wTt?hout Children, 2 or 5 Unfurnished Rooms; central position.—Write particulars to Box 41, Daily Post," Swansea. 146h1-24 YOUNG Business Man Requires Board- Residence, Uplands or Sketty; Lunch out.—Please write, with full particulars, to Alpha," "Daily Post," Swansea. 187hl-29 "DED-SITTING ROOM, with use of bath, I Wanted, by Single Gentleman; state terms.—Write C. E. F„ "Daily Post, Swansea. 155hl-25" WANTED, Furnished Sitting-room, with Piapo, two Unfurnished Bedrooma, with use of bathroom; no attendance; Walters-road or St. Helen's district.—Write Box 177, Daily Poot," Swansea.. 177hl-29 GENTLEMAN Requires Board Residence ?? (permanent), with English Family, in Sketty or Uplands district.—Write Re.;i- denoe," Daily Post," Swansea. 91hl-26 UNFURNISHED Rooms Required, central, over Business Premises would suit, (kit- chen grate).—"State terms to Box 30, Daily Post," Swansea. 130hl-24 WANTED, Unfurnished Rooms, or House, near High-street; no ohildren; perman- ent, if suitable. — Write "Permanent," Daily Post," Swansea. 50hl-25 WANTED, immediately, by Young Lady in BusineB8, Comfortable, Clean, Furn- ished Bedroom and Sitting-room, with Re- spectable and Homely People, Albert Halt dis- trict preferred; would be willing to Share Sitting-room.—Apply, with full particulars, to Winifred," "Daily Post," Swansea. 120M-24 PRIZE-DRAWINC. LOCAL Prize Drawing in aid of David R. Lewis.—Winning Numbers: 1,772; 1,660; 8,106; 1,927; 1,766; 7,451; 5,714; 5,418: 5,677; 4,479; 4,760; 8,740; 3,636; 1,084; 4,592; 453; 1,679; <1,047 872; 4,620; 55; 879; 1,110; 4,860; 5,719. The Committee wish to tender its thanks to the Public for the ready and generous response to the appeal made on behalf of the Local Lad Vocalist, David Roger Lewis, Graig, Landore. Chairman: Mr. Evan Davies, Myrtle House, Dinas-road, Plasmarl; Secre- taries: Councillor D. Richards, 21, Trew- yddfa Oommon, and D. Johns, 26, Cwmlan, Landore; Treasurer: Mr. Iorwerth Lewis, 5, Dinas-road, Plasmarl. Prizes to be claimed within 14 days.—Apply to Treasurer. 935d.b. TRADE SPECIALITIES. WATERPROOF Horse Loin Cloths, Cart and Wagon Covers, Cart and Rear Lamps.—Swansea Saddlery Co., High-street Aroaide. Tel 103y CentraH. 192hl-29 E NVEWPE8, aH sizes, Commercial a?d -? Catalogue Shapes, at Daily 1 ost" Stationery Department, High-street, Swan- øea. FISH Merohauts.—P. Molyneux, Ltd., 120, t High-street, Swansea. The Trade Sup- plied. 1I06d4-1 IpUNERAL Coach, Latest Pattern, Glass Box and extra Seat, equal to new, half-price, Cash or Terms; photo free.—Mars ton's, 24, Bradford-street, Birmingham. 1397n3-23 REFILLS for Matthews' and other Files L cheap.—" Daily Poet" Stationery De- partment. Swansea. QUGAE Unneceasary'i'—?o need to be ? without Sugar in yo?r tea! Thomas's Liquid Sweetner fulfils all requirements, Sold by all Grocers a.t 9d. per Bottle.—Sole Makers: Emanuel Thomas and Son, Uni- versal Providers, Alexandra-road, Swansea. 170hl-25 SHOP Books, Account Books, Tradesmen'? Ledgers, Letter Copying Books (large varieties), offered at Pre-war Prices; Reduc- tion for quantities.— Daily Post" Station- ery Department. Higfh-street, Swansea. 'TW¡NES,Oordø, for Shop and Warehouse iaoking.—" Daily Post" Stationery De partment. High-street, Swansea. SUGA-R Liquid White Sweetner fulfils all requirements. Don't be without Sugar in your tea. Sold by all Grooers at 9d. per Bottle.—Sole Makers: Emanuel Thomas and Son, Mineral Water Manufacturers, Alexandra-road, Swansea. 245hl-26 Bullook Bros.' Announcements. rpEA SET, Best Quality Electro-plated on Nickel Silver, JE5 10s., usual price £6 6s. Bullook Bros. 71hl-24 SILVER Chain Bag JE3 10s., usual price £ 4 49. another JE4 10s., usual prioe £5 5s.—Bullock Bros. 71hl-24 FRUIT and Flower Stand, Best Quality t Eleotroplated Nickel Silver, £2 10s., usual prioe £3.-Bullock Bros. 71hl-24 Penhale's Clothing Stores, 232, High- street.  ?r? LADIES' and Gent.'s Tan Lined Rain- vvJ coats, Lined Check, Guaranteed Rain proof, 22s.wortJh 30s. New Style, worn by Business Young Ladies. 69hlr24 QAVE Your Laundry Bill.—Wear Perfhale's VJ Bverolean Collars. Immediately Sponged Clean. No Rubber; appears exactly like Ordinary. Three for 2s. 6d. Post Orders re- ceived daily. 69hl-24 T^ATURAL All-Wool Body Belts, Highly -L? Recommended by Medioos, Worn by Navy and Army. 2s. each. Protects Kidney and Colio Troubles.—Post Orders: Penhale's, I Swansea (9hl-$^ i I TRADE SPECIALITIES. A NTOINE'S Copying Ink. Reduced rates. —Apply Daily Post" Stationery De- partment, High-street. Swansea. FURNITURE. Hill's Announcements. HILL'S Stocktaking Sale.—All of our Large Stock to be Cleared. No reason- able offer refused. 267hl-30 PECIAL Lines in Bedroom Suites from 6J Guineas. Dining and Drawing-room Suites from 4; Guineas. Bedsteads and Bedding at your own price. 267hl-30 s EVERAI, Shop-soiled Sideboards to be Cleared below oost. Dressers, Fenders, Fire Brasses, Ruga, Carpets. W'hite Millpuff Bed Sets from 17s. 6d. 2671ht-30 OODS can be Stored Free until required. *? Now is the time to Buy. Don't delay. —Call at once for Bargains at Hill's Central Buildings, Gower-street, Swansea. 267hl-30 MOTOR-CARS. CYCLES. Eto. I Ã. RGYLL (1915), One Ton, Van Vody, R(;I ?? movable Head. not run 3.000 mile?. guaranteed perfect order, Bosch magneto, ) Zenith Carburettor; any test or examina- tion.—Jackett Bros.. Swansea. 65hl-26I ARRACQ Car for Sale, 14-16 H.J?, 1910 D Model. in perfect running order, fitted with 5-Seater Touring Body; just been Re- painted; price, complete with all Accessor- ies, £ 125.—Seen at Fletchcr's Garage, Swan- sea. 44<11-25 Ivor L. Roberts' C223, Oxford-street) Announcements. ORD Vans from Stock, L130, less ElO Be- L' bate. plus delivery charges. Cash, or Easy Payments. 70hl-31 G  ? TRUCKS in Stock. Immediate G.M.c. delivery. One-tonner t"bssÜ" price £ 335 2.3-tonner, 9575. Cash, or Easy Payments. 70hl-31 MOTOR Cycles in Stock. Immediate Delivery. B.8.A., Enfields, Harley Davidson. Grand Prix 10 H.P. Morgan Oar. 70hl-31 MUSICAL. DALE. FORTY & CO., LTD., High-street, Cardiff.-New Model Pianos. e-ond-I hand Pianos at Low Prices for Cash. Easy terms arranged. Second-hand Organs from £ 2. Second-hand Piano Player, £ 8.—Lists oa Application to Local Agency, 20, King Edward-road, Swansea. t.o. TDIANO, Rosewood Case, iron frame, check £ action, quite new; list prioe, 40 Guineas; £ 25 Casfti.—Sims, 2, Walters-road. 101hl-26 Thompson ana anaekeir* Announcements. PIANOLA Piano Player, Rosewood Case. 65 Note, ooet 50 Guineas, reduced to 15 Guineas, will fit any Piano.—Thompson and y-hackell, Ltd., 39, Castle-street, Swansea. 68hl-24 VERY Fine Two-Manual Organ, by Mason and Hamlin, Student's Model, con- struct c-' ,n Churoh Organ principle, cost 120 (ictineq, 11 accept Cash.—Thompson and Shackell, Ltd., 39, Cp.stle-street, Swan- sea. 68hi-24 GIRA^OPHONE, I.?htly ufed. oost £ 5 58., T will ao0ept Ez iOs.; New Gramophones, LS 10s., £ 4 10a., £5 Os, eto. Now is the time to buy. Prices are rising.—Thompson and Shackell. Ltd., 39, Castle-street, Swansea 68hl-24 Godfrey's Announcements. MASON and Hamiin Organ, in new con- 1"J.. dition. 13 stops, 6 sets of -eeds, power- ful tone, pipe top; a bargain, 33 Guineas Cash, or 12s. 6d. Monthly.—Godfrey and Co., Ltd., 22, St. Helen's-road, Swansea. 190hl-29 DOMINION Organ, 10 stops, 4 @eta reeda, Dvery fine tone, solid Walnut Oat*. Mirror top; a bargain, 21 Guineas Cash, or 10s. 6d. Monthly.—Godfrey and Co., Ltd.. 22, St. Helen's-road, Swansea. 190hl-2-9 HARMONIUMS, by Oeearina, ROOMY, etc., Hall in perfect oondition, from 5 Guineas; real bargains.—Godfrey and Co, Ltd., 22, St. Helen's-road, Swansea. 190hl-29 D. J, SnaU'| Announcement^ U_ ESTEY Organ, £ 18 ige;; Kara Organ. £ iii lGs.; Portable Organ, £ 5 huge bar- g-ains.-D. J. Snell, 14a, 21 and 22, High- street Arcade, Swansea (near G.W.R.). 189M-29 CI RAMOPHONES and Records. Hugo Stocks of His Master's Voice" Machines and Reoords. Almost every Title in Stock. Repairs a Speoiality. D, ,1. Snell, 14a. 21 and 22, High-street Arcade Swansea (near G.W.R.). 189bl-29 (' C 5s.—EdMon Homo Phonograph, with 3 .t5 Dozen New 4-Minute Records and Brass Horn; bargain.—D. J. Snell, 14a. 21 Rnd 22, High-street Arcade, Swansea (near G.W.R.). 189hl-29 £ *0 ,4 — Beautiful Iron-frame Piano, by ?'?? Spenoer; also Allison Iron-frame Piano, £ 32; both bargains.—D. J. nell, 14a, 2» and 22, High-street Arcade, Swansea (near d. W.R.). 189hl-29 J. F. Collett's Announcements. PIANOS Tuned and Repaired. New and Seoond-haud Pianos for Sale. Advice and Estimates Free. Send us a card. 30 Years' Experience. Testimonials on application.—J. F. Oollett and Son, 4, Nicholl-street, Swan- sea. 1506n4-15 EDUCATION. c- RADUATE offers Private Tuition (Eng- lish, Welsh, French, Classics, Mathe- matics) to one or two Pupils.—Write B. A. Daily Post," Swansea. 242hl-30 A YOUNG Lady has a Vacancy for Back- Award or Delicate Child to Take Lessons with another; central position. — Write "Child," "Daily Post," Swansea. 63dl-24 PRIVATE Tuition in Languages, Bock L keeping. Shorthand, Typewriting. Arith. metic, eto. Thorough Preparation for Exam- inations and Business.—Oswald Korth, Pro- feasor of languages, 1. Keneington-ierrace. Swansea* 619d.b.-t.a THOROUGH Tuition in Pitman's Short- hand at very moderate terms.—Write Thorough," "Daily Post," Swansea. 994dl-30 rpHE SWANSEA BUSINESS COLLEGF, (Sid- dall Buildings, Alexandra-road) pro- vides specialized training for appointments in business houses, banks, insurance offices, eto. Large bright class-rooms; new modern equipment; highly qualified and experienced staff. Send for a "Business Training" Booklet (free), or call for advice and particu- lars at the College any day or evening; Saturdays, 3—6 p.m.-Ernest Victor Ruddell, B.A., Principal. 115hl-27 MONEY. LOANS.— £ 10 to £ 1,000 on written promtse Uto repay at a mutually agreed interest No travelling expenses charged, business done or not. On receipt of a letter a, Re- presentative will Call with Cash and discuss terme. Distance ni object. Do not expose your requirements loyally. Commission paid for introductions. F. LAWRENCE, Ltd., Don Chambers, Wine-street, Bristol. T\ JONES, P?Bano?e?. makes Cash Ad ??* ranees from £ 5 and upwards to Re? spectable Householders, at reasonable rateh of interest, without delay. Apply personally, or by letter. IMstanoe no object. No fees. Easy Payments arranged to suit conveni- ence of Borrowers. Private and Confidential. Guaranteed.—Apply 3. Grove-place, Alexan- dra-road. Swansea. d.b. DO YOU NEED MONEY? DON'T WORRY. —M. Foner. 9, Carlton-terrace. Swansea. Advances Mopey to Respectable House- holders. Easiest terms. Strictly Private. 793d2-16 SWANSEA MERGANTILB 00., LTD. YS, PARK STREET, SWANSEA, MAKE CASH ADVANCES DAILY fro IT Ala to isi,eag. No Charges unless Business Done. Bitl- Disoounted. Strictly Private and Confi. dential. For further particulars, apply: H. B. JONE8. Managing Director. r- MONEY LENT BY POST, WITHOUT SECURITY. I THE 0!TY AND COUNTY PMYATE F!NAHCE i 00. (Ltd.)g make cash ?v?occt frQm AM :o If .OOO to Ladies or Gtntlcmcn, Merchants, S?iop- W l kk?e e''r "anllen, tn4 to all responsible persons 0' v Nc .?Hand aloac. Sthctty private. No fees charged. H Bonowers dealing with MlMf firms can have titeir loans paid of or increMed, asd (her are advised to S pay M preMmitMy expmats. M jtn<WMMtHen Sup- K p!M ?ratit and post Mee. g ,«o the teeMtMy. Mt. M. Mntanh, 1f. ?"< wltfmore Street. London, V. I SHIPPING. — ,— ( IA M E R I C A N LINE, Carry?ng 1st. 2nd, and 3rd Class Passenger. LIVERPOOL TO NEW YORK every Saturday. Sailing uuder the American Flag. Moderate Prices. Best Accommodation. Apply to American Line, Liverpool, Lon- I don, Southampton, or to Local Agent*.

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