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r WELSH FLANNELS, SHAWLS. SHIRTS. PANTS. HOSIERY. YARNS, etc.. At First Cost and Quality Guaranteed go to HOPKBN MORGAN, THE OLD WELSH WAREHOUSE. )W!ND STREET, MEATH
Sales by Auction. By Messrs. Wm. & Waiter James, F.A. LLANFAIR GRANGE, LLANDOVERY, CARMARTHENSHIRE. (Ten Minutes' Walk from the Railway Station.) An Exceedingly Important and Unique Sale cl Well-preserved Antique and Modern Furniture, Beautiful and Ra.re Old China and Ware, Valuable Oil- Jointings and Water-Colours, Rare Articles of Vertu from Egypt and other foreign Countries Messrs. W M & WALTER JAMES, F.A.)., A RE favoured with instructions from ? Mja. B&njamin E?'ans (who has dis- posed of the Residence.' to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, on '.he Premises as above, on WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, and FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8tb, 9th, and 10th, 1915, the Whole of her Valuable HOUSEHOLD APPOINTMENTS, Comprising Rare Antique Tudor and other Cabinets, Gate-leg Tables, Welsh Carved -Oak Side Tables and Chairs, Shelves and Dressers, Rea.1 Old Chippen- dale and Sheraton Chests, several Sets of Chippendale Chairs, Rare Antique Gilt Mirrors and Girandoles, beautiful and Rare Old China and Ware, including tpeeimens of Swansea, Nantgarw, Lowes- tuft, Ojd Worcester, Old Crown Derby, Ma-son',s, Spode, Fenton's, Delphi, &c.; Coppft and Silver Lustre Jugs, an ex- tensive range of Valuable Oil-paintings, including some Old Masters, notably a "De He<'m" and a reputed "Wilson"; Waiei-colourF by Eminent Academicians, Bartolozzi and Hogarth Prints and En- <rrayíw's Books, Plant.: and Flowers, and a I'irst-Cla%s SIDDELY.WOLSELEY LANDAULETTE, 18-25-h.p.. and a Full- il.eå BGHRnrGHS and WATTS BIL- LIARD TABLE, &c. Goods on View Monday, September 8th, and Tuesday, September 7th. from Ten to Five, on production of Catalogue. Sale to commence Each Day at Twelve Noon. Terms—Cash. Full Descriptive Catalogue's can be bad from the Auctioneer, price One Shilling post free. Auctioneers' Ounces, 7, Goat-street, Swansea, and Frondeg, Llangadock. By Mr. George Steph&ns. GLYNCORRWG, CYMMER. NEAR PORT TALBOT. SaJe of a Leasehold Cottage or Dwelling- House. MR.GEORGE STEPHENS HAS been instructed to offer for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION, at' the JENKINS' ARMS HOTEL. GLYNCOR- RWG. on WEDNESDAY, the 8th day of SEPTEMBER, 1915, at H o'clock in the evening, .subject to the Conditions of Sale to b& there and then produced, all that LEASEHOLD MESSUAGE OR DWEL. DNG-HOUSE, situate and known as No. 4, HEOLY- COED, GLYNCORRWG. now in the occu- pation of Mr. Wm. Johnson at the lunar monthly rental of .6) 6s. The Premises are held under Lease for the term «f 99 years from the 29th Sep- tember. 1876, and will be subject to the low apportioned yearly ground rent of 17s. 4d. For further particulars apply to the Auction per at Brondeg, Glyncorrwg, or to Mr. Robert Scalo, Solicitor. Maesteg. TO LET. GEORGE and Dragon Inn. Dandilo. to ? Let. with pog<Mt.4sion on Sept. 29th.— Apply to Swansea. United Breweries. Ltd., Swar.6ea.. StTUATtONS VACANT. REQUIRED. an intelligent Workman or -*A Clerli (able to int<;Tviev/ working mn ucfully), to devote his spare time to pleasant outdoor work; payment by time; strictly goonaracter a neceaeity.—Apply. with details of occupation, age. etc., to Box 325. T. B. Browne's Advertiaing Onices. 163, Queen Victoria-street, LoDdon. C8-28 FOR SALE. FOR SALE. by Priva.te Trea.ty, as a going concern, the Reuse Furnishing Busine&g of the late Mr. D J. Jone< at Neath.- For particulars apply to Mr. Lewis C. Thomas. Solicitor. Keath. CHEAP Freehold Fa,rma, Farmhouse, ) buildings. 540 acrM, price .03.000; Farm- house. cottages, 760 .:J.('l".e_. £4.800; Wiltshire.— 9396." Rutbere, .Norfolk-street, Strand, London. 1"7A9-14 WADDtNGTON & SOMS, LTD., Station Rostd, (Opposite the County Schools), PORT TALBOT. The following are Bargains offered for This Week Only:— Reduced from .8135 to ..695, ()5/88 Note Autopiano, by Kastner, only shop soiled. Reduced from .£11;) to .880, 65 Note Sterm 1 layer-Piano. Another M Note Interior Player-Piano, reduced from .67.5 to -C60. All the,4) instruments are guaranteed to be only shop aoiled. In first-class order and fully guaranteed. Can be had on terms. Other instruments taken in part payment. Full particulars on application from WADDINGTON & SONS, LTD., STATION ROAD, PORT TALBOT. LOST. T OST, on Mth inst.. Liver and White 8pMiel Dog with speckled legs, white spot on forehead; answers to name of Billy. Finder rewarded; detainer prosecuted.— Dorothy Davies. Osborne Houee, Llandilo. MISCELLANEOUS. V?itAS CHOCOLATE CLUBS.—Any pereon. ? yotmc or old, oac e&rn JS1 to ?10 spare time. Xo outlay. Particulars-Samuel Driver, Beeston-road, le-ade. A9-3 T A.DIB8' Hair OoombiDtra Waated.—Valae by return. Any quantity.—Horrocks, 32*. PerttMd Street. Brighton. PMb<:c AnMOHneements. I CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION. Forthcoming Examination. Boy Writers in Hjs Maiestv's Dockyards and Na.v&i Establishments (14-161), 16th September. The Date specified is the latest at which Applications c<m be received. They must be made on Forms to be obtainMl, with particulars, from the Secretary, Civil Service Commission, Burlington Gardens, London, W. TNDUSTRIAL AND PROVIDENT SOCIETIES ACT, J893, 56 AND 57 CAP. 39. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Margin and District Industrial Society, Limited. Register No. 5111, held at 55, High Street, Taibach, in the County of Glamorgan, is dissolved by Instrument registered at this Omce, the 7th day of August, 1915, unless within three months from the date of the 'Herald' in which this advertisement appear proceedings be com- menced by a member or other person in- terested in or having <iny claim on the funds of the society to set aside such dis- solution, and the .same is set aside accord- ingly. CHIEF REGISTRAR. Dean Stanley-steet, Westminster. A M M A N P OR D A Grand Chair EISTEDDFOD will be held at the above place on Saturday, Sept. 25th, 1915. President: C. E. Cieevee, E:oq., Swansea. I Conductor: T. W. Lewis, Esq., M.E., Tirydail. Adjudicators—Music: Dr. D. Vaughan Thomas, Swansea, and Aneurin Rees, Esq., F.R.C.O., A.R.C.M.; Miscel- laneous: J. Jenkins, Esq. (Gwili), aJhd W. Jones, Esq. (Gwiiym Myrddin). Chief Choral (not under 35). Blodeuyn Ola.f," £8 and Silver Cup (.value J;f 10s.). Children's Choir (not under 25). Cwsg. fy Noli." L42 and Silver Mounted Baton. Pryddest (150 lines), Belgium," Cadair Gerhedig. Chief Recitation, Charge of the Light Brigade," Chair (value .=e3 38.). Accompanists: Mr. J. Harries-Thomas, and Mr. Geo. Thomas, A.L.C.M. Programmes post free Hd. Further information may be obtained from the Secretary— MR. D. J. DAVIES. Gwyddfa," Church Street, Ammanford. Treasurer: Mr. David Morgan, Church- street. I THE BRtTtSH FARMERS' RED CROSS and the NATIONAL FUND for WELSH TROOPS A Great JUMBLE SALE I will bp held at the TOWM MART, LLANDILO, under the distinguished patronage of Mrs. Pryse-Rice, Llwynybrain (President oA the Carmarthenshire Red Cross Society); Mrs. Qwynne Hughes, Tregeyb (representing the National Fund for Welsh Troops); Lord Dynevor. Dynevor Castle; General Sir James HillsJohnes, V.C., G.C.B., Dolau- f. sothy: W. Gwynne Hughep. Esq., Lord- Lieutenant for Carmarrhen: Co). Gwynne Hughes, Glancothi, Deputy Ix)rd-Lieute!i- aht for Carma-rthen; Mrs. Speuee Jones, Pantg!as; the Hon. Mrs. Hunter, Aber- marlais Park; -T. C. V. Pryse Rice, Esq., LIwynybrain; E. P. Llo.vd Ðsq., Gbn- sevin: Lieut.-CoL IJoyd lurries, J.lwyn- dewi: Mervyn PeeL Esq., i)aiivrzilit Park; Meuric Lloyd. Esq., Delfryn; Herbert Peel, Esq., Taliaris; on SATURDAY, SEPT. 18, 1915, At 11 for 12 o'clock. in aid of the above Funds, when all kinds of Live and Dead Stock, Perm and Kitchen Produce, Fruit and Vegetables, articles of Furniture, and any other thing likely to realise the smallest amount, will be eold by auction by Messrs. WM. & WALTER JAMES, F.A.t., Hon. Auctioneers. Entries may be se-nt up to the Date of Sale to the Hon. Secretaries—Mr. W. T. Morgan, Broad Oak, Golden Grove; Mr. David Perkins, Closglas, Llandil-o; Mr. Wm. Davies. Briskin, Capol Isaac; Mr. D. J. Davies. Tynpyllau, Crugybar; Miss B. James, of the V.A.D., Frondeg, Llan- gadock: or to the Auctioneers. Refreshments will be supplied at Moderate Charges. Co DRIZE DrawinT in aid of Mr. William ? Johm, Anwylfan, Capel Itendre.—The Committee of the above Drawing desires to inform the public that owing to <M ma,ny duplicates not being returned, they are compelled to Postpone the Drawing until ,Nov. JOth. ]915.—Jsaac Pryce. Secretary. Picture Palace, Pontyberem. COMMENCING. MONDAY, AUG. 30. USUAL EXCELLENT SHOW I OF PICTURES. POPULAR PRICES: td., 6d., and 9d. Thursday. Doorn Open -at 6.45, to ctKnTnence at 7. Saturday, Dcora Open 6.30, to commence at 6.45 and 8.45. MATINEE Thursd&ys at 4 o'ctock. Id 2d.. and 3d. -d m OCULISTS & HOSPITAL Prescriptions receive our careful attention, accurate grinding of Lenses being guaranteed. Our Prices are moderate, consistent wtih accuracy and Best Workmanship. We have our own plant and can cup- ply the majority of Special Lenees within a few hours. C. F. WALTERS, F.S.M.O.. Oxford Street, Swansea. (bTeo.r)jr opposite National Schools). Two OtnaHSed Opticians tre in uttend- I axLaf, <md their skillod serviees are at your disposal. baiiings. B!H!?M South & E?st Africa UNION- ROYAL MAtL ROUTE. C&SILE The Cape, gvatal, Transvaal, Rhoclosin. ? !MP East Afftcan Ports, LINE Mauritius, &c. For Sailings and Other Information apply to the Head OfEce, 3, Fenchureh Street, Tondon; or in Swansea to T. R. W. Mason and Co., or BertAe Perkins and Co. WH!TE STAR UNE. LSverpoot to Australia. Fares: To Australia, ,€21 to .632; to Cape Tova, L"15 l&s. to £24 3s. These bte&mero are twin ecrew. Stted with bilge keels, and have be. tpecjalty oonstructed for the Colonial trade. The accommodation oompris,-s Smoking. Read- ing. and Dining-.oome. Surgeon and Stewardesses can led For further partienlars, appty to the Lc?a.I Agents: WHITE STAR LINN. Liverpool; 1. Oockspur.etreet. 8.W.: and 3& LeadenhalI-street. E.C.. London. Money. IF YOU WANT A PRIVATE CASH ADVANCE Apply to ALBERT E. CASH 6, UPLANDS CRESCENT, SWANSEA, Where any respectable person may obtain a Loan from £10 to any amount without fuss or loan office formalities. No Fees or Sureties are required, and the amount is advanced in full. R,10 to cio,ooo. I ?TO LEND. by the Oldest West of Eng. land Firm, F. LAWRENCE, Ltd., on Written Promise to Repay. Life Policies, Furniture, Farm Stock, or other Security. Principal Remains or can be Repaid by ) Easy Instalments. Promptness and Privacy. A Gentleman will call and hand you Cash at your house it desired. Dis- tance no object. Do rtot expose your requirements locally. White. Manager, VtCTOR HAMILTON, MN CHAMBERS, WtNE STREET, BRISTOL. THE SWAMSEA MERCANTILE CO. (Ltd.) 18, PARK STREET, SWANSEA, Make Cash Advances Daily, from :EtO to jBI.OOO. N0 Charge unless Business done. Strictly Private and Confidential. ?—— For further particulars apply H. B. JONES, Manager. Educational. PRESWYLFA SCHOOL, NEATH. FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. Pupils. are Prepared for MATRICULA- TION and Other Examinations. A Primary Department for Children of Four to Seven Years of Age. Painting in Oils and Wa.ter-Colours. Private Coaching in all Subjects, Particulars may be obtained on apply. ing to— MRS. E. A. TONNER, B.A. (Honours), 22, Rugby Avenue, Neath. Rugby Schoots, Neath. HIGH-CLASS BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOLS FOR GIRLS. WITH KINDER- GARTEN AND PREPARATORY CLASS FOR LITTLE nov. University and Art Exams, with Success. Special Classes for Posta.1 and Secretarial Requirements. Student Governess Wanted. NEW TERM COMMENCES SEPT. 15th. Principals: The Misses WtLL!AMS. Assisted by Emcient Governesses. WADDtNGTON & SONS, LTD., (Established 1838) PtANOFORTE Manufacturers, STATION ROAD. (Opposite the County Schools), PORT TALBOT. We are the ACTUAL MAKERS of the "W&ddington" Ptsttvofortes, with close upon 80 Years' Experience. MANUFACTORY — YORK. We are SOLE AGENTS for the KASTNER AUTO-AMERICAN IN- TERIOR PLAYER-PIANO, STEMS' AUTO Do., J CRAMER PIANOS, ORGANS by BELL, MASON & HAM- LIN. DOMINION, PACKARD, PUT- NAM. and BOSTON. PIANOS from 10e. 6d. PER MONTH. ORGANS from 5s. PER MONTH; DELIVERED FREE OR CARRIAGE PAID to Nearest RAILWAY STATION. Catalogues Free om Application. RAILWAY FARES ALLOWED TO PURCHASERS.. Note the Address:— Waddington & Sons, Ltd. (Opposite County Schools), StaLtton Road, PORT TALBOT. Illustrated Lists and Particulars of Second-Hand In&tiuments Free on Appli- cation.. TO LET AT PENGAM GARDEN VILLAGE, RHYMNEY VALLEY. The Largest Scheme of its kind in Waks. A Limited Number of WORKMEN'S HOUSES, all Semi-Detached, Fitted with Hot and Cold Baths, Gas and all Modern conveniences. Large Gardens. Ideal Situa- tion: H eai;tiést Spot in South Wales. Convenient for tion. Hea,.il ￼ t lackwood or Pengam. Trains from Biackwood or Pengam. Ample Employment Obtainable in Up to date Col- lieries close by. Houses may be purchased if desired. New Schoot just completed. Shops.—A few New Shops also to be Let or Sotd. Excellent Business Centre. Apply to Mr. JOS. EDWARDS, Britannia VH!a, Pengam, or to Messrs. WELSH GARDEN CITIES, Ltd., 3, Dumfries Place, Cardiff. Est. 1886] MEATH & DISTRICTS [Tel, 110 FURNISHING CENTRE ANDREW BRACEY, 148-149, Windsor Road, NEATH, The Baby Carriage SpeciaNst. ? See Window Show of UD_r ? allA- i j In all the New Shades. I By Leading A/akers. Ii -== I Public Announcements. N.EW THEATRE, PORT TALBOT LESSEE AND MANAGER — — EDWARD FURNEAU. Monday, August 30, and During Hip week, Mr. Edwin T. Hpys' Erin. cipal Company in the Strikingly Successful Lancashire Play, from the Playhouse and Court Tbea'tre, London, where it was played for Two Consecutive Years—the Most Discussed Plav of the Centurv—- MI M DJLE WAKES By STANLEY HOUCHTTON. NEXT WEEK.—The Celebrated Musical Comedy, "The Cing-al&e." Note.—This is the same Company and Production which appeared <rt the New Theatre, Cardiff, last week. BOOK YOUR SAETS IN ADVANCE. Note Prices of Admission for this Week.—PRIVATE BOXES. ]0=. 6d. (Peat Five); FRONT CIRCLE, 1s. (No Extra Charge dor Booking): BACK. CIRCLE. Is. 6d., Reserved 1-s. M.; ORCHESTRA STALLS, Is., Reserved Is. 3d.; PIT, 6d. DOORS OPEN AT. 7. COMMENCE 7.45. NO EARLY DOORS. S!C.HY TESTES StCHT TESTEO FREE OF FREE OF CHARGE. JAMES SCOTT, OCULIST OPTICIAN, 12, Victoria Arcade, and Waterloo Coat Street. SWANSEA. The Oniy Scientific OcuUst Optician in Swansea. Fof Presbopia, Myopia, Hypermeropia. Asthenopia, Astigmatism, or Squin I Ophthalmic Surgeons' Presort ptio-s Scientincally Applied. Schools Attended by Appcintment. PROF. W. A. WtLDAMS Fellow of the National (Fowler) Institute of Phrenology), I May be consulted daily at his Rooms in the I Victoria Arcdae, Near the Market, Swansea.. For Advice upon SELF-CULTURE, Choice of TRADE or PROFESSION. 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