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AMUSEMENTS. 6.30. TO-NIGHT: 8.30. Central 92. f; FRED BARNES, The Famous Light Comedy Star. •' i TUCKER, The Singing Violinist. IJ VIOLET ESSEX, The "Star" of CUu Chin Ch,)w." Latest News Pictures. ELSIE ROBY, The Comedy Girl in Burlesque Stunts. MAGGIE CLIFTON & Partner, In a New and Novel Equilibristie and Herculean Gymnastic Act. DUSTY RHODES, Singing Comedian, locally known in Wales as E. J. Riekard. CORNALLA and EDDIE, Toss 'Em and Miss 'Em." ELYSIUM Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Jules Verne's World-Renowned Submarine Photo-Drama, TWENTY THOUSAND LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA. The Submarine Spectacle, embracing a "Thousand Wonders of Air, Land, Sea and Ocean Bed. OUR BOYS IN GERMANY, the Thrilling Official Photographs of the British Army the Rhine. Charlie Chaplin in TRIPLE TROUBLE. Topical Budget. Monday Next.—THE DANGER GAME. CASTLE11 11 CAEILE (Adjoining Leader Office. 2.30. TO-DAY. 10.30. .Vivian Martin in THE FAIR BARBA- DIAN, Five Part Paramount Production. 'SUFFER LITTLE CHILDREN, a Sweet and Pathetic Story in Five Parts, featur- ing the World-Famous Child Actress, Little Em Gorman. GIVE HER GAS (Eddie Lyons Comedv). CHARLIE CHAPLI N in tho Famous War Comedy, SHOULDER ARMS. Paths Gazatto and Weekly Pictorial. CARLTON, 2.30. TO-DAY. 10.30. Frederick Warde, lTHE HEART OF EZRA GREER, A Drama m Five Parts. WOMAN IN THE WEB, No. 8. William Russell, THE LONE STAR. Monday Next.-VIOLET HOPSON. PICTURE HOUSE 2.30. TO-DAY. 10.30. Tofa Mix in a Fox Masterniece, M. R. t LOG AN, U. S A SHERIFF NELL'S TUSSLE (Comedy). Corinne Griffiths, LOVE WATCHES, A Greater Vitagraph. SALES BY AUCTION. Preliminary Announcement. IX THE CHARMING GOWER PENINSULAR. GLAMORGANSHIRE. EXCEPTIONALLY IMPORTANT SALE OP UNIQUE AND EXTENSIVE AGRI- CULTURAL AND SPORTING PRO. PERTIES. OUTLYING PORTIONS OF The Kilvrough Estate, (WIMBLEWOOD AND WILLOXTON SECTIONS, &c.). Comprising some of the choicest land in far-famed Gower. Compact Ring Fence Areas, offering a couple of exceptional Sporting Estates of limited dimensions: Beautiful BUNGALOW and MARINE BUILDING SITES on rhe Gower Cliffs. CHOICE READY MADE SMALL HOLDINGS. FREEHOLD GROUND RENTS, etc., the whole containing au area approach- L ing ¡ 2,000 Acres, which will be offered for SALE by AUC- ? TION (under instructions from Lieut.- i Commander A. E. P. Lyons, D.S.O.), hy Messrs. James and James F.A.I., is the Month of JULY, 1919, at the HOTEL CAMERON, HIGH-STREET, SWANSEA (subject to such Conditions of Sale as shall then and there be pro- duced). The principal lots comprise: FREEHOLD GROUND RENTS AND BUILDING SITES, abutting upon Fair wood Common, Mynydd bach y Coes, and Llanmorlais Common. FREEHOLD GROUND RENTS AND BUILDING SITES at Nott Hills, Penmaen. THE FREEHOLD FARMS AND SMALL HOLDINGS ot Tycochisaf," "West Hills," "Pengwern t'Sta.ltbouse/' "Little HilliS," II Middle Hill?," Bryngwas," Wimblewood Canol," Wimblewaod Isaf," East Hills," Carters Ford lligher," H Car- V. ters Ford low,?r," lytinblewood Ueha?/J Tirmynydd," "North Hill," Littk! Luniton," Part of Great, L'innon/' "Furze Hill," Brynafel," Furzehill Cottages," Carters Ford Forge," Lun- non Fields," Willoxton," Pengwern," .1 Furze-land." "New Close," "Great Kittle," and Great Kittle Allotment," etc., etc. Sale at 2 p.m. Full detailed particulars and Plans will be issued shortly. In the meantime, further information may be had from the Auctioneers, 7, Goat-street, Swansea; Mr. T. E. Jenkins, Iiilrrough Estate Office, Parkmill; or from Messrs. Nichol- son. Patterson and Freeland, Solicitors, 46, Queen Anne's Gate, Westminster, London, S.W.I. SKETTY. Tql TRUSTEES, INVESTORS & OTHERS SALE AT LOW RESERVE. At the HOTEL CAMERON, on MONDAY JUNE 30th, 1919. Freehold Ground Rents, Aggregating S96 85. per annum, arising out of Nos. 10 to 42, VIVIAN ROAD ,SKETTY, comprising Dwelling-houses, Shop, and Garage. Dwell Ing-liouses known as IVY COT- TAGES." KIMBERLEY ROAD, SKETTY Sale to commence at 3 p.m. Full particulars from the Auctioneer, Astley Samuel, F.A.I. Corner of Gower and Orchard-street, Swansea; or of the Solicitors, Messrs. Hartland, Isaac and Wutkyia, Rutland- att.. SwMisea? "?' AMUSEMENTS. GRAND Theatre SWANSEA. MONDAY, 23rd JUNE, for Six Nights at 7.30, MATINEE on SATURDAY at 2.30. Chas. B. Cochran's Production, From the Oxford Theatre. In the Night Watch Under the Direction of T. LEWIS WALLER and PHILIP BENNETT. ♦ NEXT WEEK- The Inimitable Actor, Mr. ALBERT CHEVALIER, In the Delightful Plar, "MY OLD DUTCH." SALES BY AUCTION. Preliminary Announcement. NORTH CARMARTHENSHIRE, In the Parish of Myddfai. THE CILGWYN ESTATE. FREEHOLD, RESIDENTIAL, AGRI- CULTURAL, and one of the finest SPORTING PROPERTIES in South Wales, comprising a total area of about 2,000 Acres, Let at the Low Rental of £ 1,200 per annum, exclusive of the extensive Wood- lands, which exceed 700 ACRES of admit- tedly amongst the best natural Timber Growing Land in the Country, and would be unsurpassed as Demonstration Ground for a School of Forestry. The whole for SALE bv PUBLIC AUC- TION, about the end of AUGUST, 1919 (under instructions from the Trustees of the Estate of the Late J. P. W. Gwynne- Halford, deceased) by MESSRS. Wm. & Walter James, F.A. I At the TOWN HALL, LLANDOVERY. The principal lots comprise:— THE CILGWYN MANSION HOUSE AND GROUNDS, extensive Estate and other Outbuildings, Lodges, Gardens, etc. THE FREEHOLD FARMS of Baili. yryn," Coleugoed Fawr," Pistyll- gwyn," Caegwyn," Mount Pleasant," Treventy," Tircoed," Pactygasseg," ,( Garr0glefain," Llwyniar," Gollen- w,en, T,lwy TIM(' red ii I L," Gorllwyn Fawr," Gorllwvnfach," Troedrhiw," Tynewydd," Pentwyn," and Tir- bach," etc. Also about 10 FREEHOLD COTTAGES AND GARDENS, and THE NOTED SCOTLAND WOODS, etc. N.B.—The Mansion and the centre por- tion of the Estate, within a Ring Fence, will be offered first of all in one Lot, form- ing an ideal Small Size Sporting and Re- sidential Estate, and if not sold in that way, thep in separate Farms, Small Hold- ings, etc. Full detailed particulars and plans will be issued shortly. In the meantime fvther information may be had from the Au tioueers, 7, Goat- street, Swansea and Fron 'eg, LIangadock; G. C. Maurice, Esq., B. klalld Estate Agent, Bwlch, Breconshire, or Messrs. Rider, Heaton, Meredith and Mills, Soli- citors, 8, New-squ&re, Lincoln's Inn, Lon- don, W.C. THE SECOND ANNUAL SWANSEA WOOL SALE, at the SWANSEA CATTLE MARKET. Messrs. James and lames F.A.I. Wilt offer for SALE by AUCTION, on the Premises above, on WEDNESDAY, JULY" 2nd, 1919, punctually at 12.30 p.m., about 10,000 FLEECES of good class Shropshire, Kerry, Ryeland, and Cross-bred Wool, in suitable Lots as per Catalogue.' The lots will be on View Morning of Sale, from 11 o'clock. Further entries are respectfully soli- cited. Catalogues and Conditions of Sale to he obtained free from the Auctioneers, 7, Goat-street, Swansea. Tel.: 172 Docks, Swansea. SWANSEA AND LLANELLY. Edward Roberts and Son Will OFFER for SALE bv PUBLIC AUCTION, at the HOTEL CAMERON, SWANSEA, on TUESDAY, JULY l9t, 1919, at 3 o'clock in the Afternoon, Valu- able Leasehold Properties: In Lots as under. Lots 1, 2 and 3.—Nos. 23, 21 and 25, BEACH STREET. Lot l.-SHOP and PREMISES. 14, MARKET STREET, LLANELLY. Lots 5 and 6.—Nos. 1 and 2, STANLEY PLACE, MOUNT PLEASANT, SWAN- SEA. Lot 7-Nos. 1 and 2, HARRIS STREET, MOUNT PLEASANT, SWANSEA. Lot S—No. 6, DYNEVOR PLACE, SWANSEA, Particulars and Conditions of Sale may be obtained as to Lots 1 to from Messrs. Frank Thomas and Andrews, Llanfair Buildings, St. Mary-street, Swansea; and as to Lots 5 to 8 ftata Messrs. Collins and Woods, 1, Worcester-place, Swansea; and as to all the Lots from the Auction- eers, at their Offices, LLANFAIR BUILD- INGS, ST. MARY-STREET, SWANSEA. KILLAY, SWANSEA. (Near Clyne Valley Brickworks and 5 minutes' walk from Killav Station (L. and -N.W.R.). SALE OF CONTRACTOR'S PLANT, MACHINERY, and HORSES. T. Victor Williams Is instructed by Messrs. Williams Bros., Contractors, Pontardawe, on completion of contract, to SELL by AUCTION, on TUESDAY, the 1st day of JULY, 1919, the remainder of the Contractor's Plant, &c., Comprising:—Four Horses: Swansea, 7 years, 11 hands; Tom, ti years, 14.1; Vio- let, aged, 15.2; Bingo, aged, 13.2; 1 Steam Engine (Marshall) 10 tup,* 1 Oil Engine (Robson) 10 h.p., 1 Saw Bench to take 12in. Saw, 2 New Circular Saws 42in., 8 Wooden Trolleys 2Sin. gauge, one 4-WTi«dl Wagon, 12 Cross Cut Saws, 6 Axes, 560 Yards of lin. Wire Rope, 1 Portable Wooden Shed 6ft. x 6ft., 1 Chaffcutter, a Large Quantity ci lin. and lin. Galvan. ised Tubings, Harness, Chains; Sheaves, and many other articles. On View Morning of Sale. Sale at p.m., aft-er arrival of 1,25 trahl from Swansea (Victoria Station). Tempts—Cash. ^Auction^^p^a; I SALES BY AUCTION. I PONTARDAWE. Parishes of Rhyndwyclydach & Llanguicke MESSRS. W. J. Rees and Partners, Have received instructions from Capt. J. Gwvn Jeftroys, to offer for SALE by AUCTION, at the HOTEL METRO- POLE, SWANSEA, on TUESDAY, 15th JuLY, 1919, at 3 o'clock, Valuable Freehold Farms and Accom- modation Lands, ripe for development for building, in Lots, short particulars of which are as follows: Lot 1.—Two Freehold Cottages, Gardens and Field, known as TWYNYGARTH," RHYDYPRO, containing 3a. Or. 37p. or thereabouts. Let on lease for the term of a life now aged 60 years at A:7 7s. per annum with reversion to the rack rent estimated at S15 per annum. Lot 2.—Freehold Farm, known as GELLILUOGUCHA," RHYDYFRO, comprising Faini House, Outbuildings, and about, 69 acre,) of ILii(I (together with a leasehold enclosure of about three acres). A valuable right; of Common is appurtanant to this Farm. Let on yearly tenancy at £::2 5: per annum. Let 3.—Freehold Farm, known as "CWMBRYN," RHYDYFRO, containing Farm House, Outbuildings, and about 5(1 acres of land, together with Rights of Common on Mjnydd Cam Llechort. Let on yearly tenancy at £ 28 10s. per annum. Lot i.-Fre-eltold Farm, known as "HEOLDDU." RHYDYFRO, comprising Farm House, Outbuildings, and about 104 acres of land, with valuable Rights of Common on Mynydd Cam Llechart. Let on yearly tenancy at £ 57 14s. per annum. Lot 5.—Freehold Ffyrni known as "TIR- SHET," and Corn Grist Mill known as GELLIGRON MILL, situate at Rhydyfro, containing Farm House, Outbuilclinjte, Mill, and about 16 acres of land. Let on yearly tenancy with other lands at tao per annum, of which £29 per anmim is apportioned on this Lot. Lot 6.—Freehold ACCOMMODATION LAND, situate adjoining the "Travelers' Well," at Rhydyfro, and comprising Pas- ture Land and Cowhouse- Containing an area of about 11 acres. Let on yearly ten- ancy to Miss Hannah Lewis at £10 per annum. Lot 7.-Freeliold ACCOMMODATION FIELDS, numbered 2529, 2530, and part of 2536 on the Ordnance Map (2nd Edi- tion), situate at Rhydyfro, and contain- ing about 12 acres. Let on yearly tenan- cies to Miss Hannah Lewis and Mr. Gwilym Lewis at the total yearly rent of £ 7 10b. The land adjoining the foregoing has been let for building. Lot S.-Fr"hold ACCOMMODATION LANDS, situate at Gellygroii, and num- bered 2922, part 2923, part 2926, and part 2927 on the Ordnance Map (2nd Edition), containing an area of about lit acres. Let to Mr. David Bevan on a yearly tenancy at £32 per annum. This land is ripe for building. the land immediately adjoining being alreadv built upon. Lot 9-Freehold ACCOMMODATION LANDS, Situate near the last-mentioned lot and adjoining the grounds of Gelly- gron House, numbered 2941 and 2942 on the Ordnance Map (2nd Edition), contain- ing an area of about 10A- acres, and let on yearly tenancies at the total rent of X24 10s. per annum. Both the tenancy agree- ments reserve power to the landlord to take up land for building purposes. Lot IO.-Frmhol(i ACCOMMODATION LAND, numbered part 2937 on the Ord- nance Map (2nd Edition), and situate ad- joining the last-mentioned lot and the Main Road to Rhydyfro, containing an area of 21 acres or thereabouts. Let on lease for 35 years from 25th March, 1911, at C25 per annum. The various tenancies above mentioned are nearly all very old tenancies at low rents. The Mines and Minerals under all the Lots are Reserved. Further particulars and Conditions of Sale, may he obtained on application to Messrs. Smith, Rundell, Dods and Boe- kett, Solicitors, 9, John-street, Bedford- row, London, W.C.; or to the Auctioneers, Messrs. W. J. Rees and Partners, The Laurels, Swansea. MANSELTON, SWANSEA. Exceptionally Important Sale of a Free- hold and Free Hotel and Premises, 12 Freehold Dwelling-houses, etc. Messrs. James and James, F.A.I., Are favoured with instructions from Sir Courtenay Mangel, Bart., to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the HOTEL CAMERON, HIGH-STREET, SWAN- SEA, on SATURDAY, JULY 5th, 1919 (subject to such Conditions of Sale as shall then and there be produced), the following Valuable Modern-built Freehold and Free Hotel and Premises, Called and known as THE MANSELTON HOTEL (with vacant possession on completion of purchase), situate at the entrance to the Manselton Park, in a unique position of monopoly, being the only hotel on the Manselton Estate, and 12 FREEHOLD DWELLING-HOUSES (in separate lots), nearly adjoining, be- ing Nos. 1 to 12, ST. JOHN'S ROAD, MANSELTON, immediately in front of Manselton Park, and within two minutes of the Tramway at Eaton-road, well and modern-built with dressed stone front walls, and let to good tenants at 8s. 0d. and 9s. each per week respectively. The Houses contain 7 Rooms each (four of them with Bathrooms in addition), Coal-houses, w.c .'s, and Front and Back Gardens. Sale to commence at 3 p.m. For detailed particulars and Condlt jolls of Sale, and any further information with reference to the trade of the Hotel, etc., apply to the Auctioneer, 7, Goat-street, Swansea; to the Manselton Estate Office, Manselton; or to J. E. Anthony, Esq., Solicitor, 11, Lincolns Inn Fields, London W.C. ALWAYS t. f — ——. WELCOME TAKE ROME 11 HOME V THE NAME GUARANTEES THE n*r; i1i>KBEsr vaw* °BTAi]u8tE« Self-raising Flour Custard Powder Baking Powder Egg Pow d er I  Mf??-? <? &C- ? "?!   '? Everything in your grocer's Shop marked I will give delight to those at home, pit wholesale u»*uractumju THE CANTONA CO. fa 5 NELSON STREET, BKT5TOL

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