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￼ 9" Y V ￼ I PENHALE'S XMAS SALE. I I. GIVE FATHER 1 A Smart OVERCOAT. j '# PENHALE I has Coats to please all tastes 8 From £ 2 0 0, GIVE MOTHER « Smart BLANKET eOUT or WOOLLEN JERSEY. GIVE WILLIB < Wirm Snart OVERCOAT, LIKE MINE. MODEL 3. E Large Stock to select from, Jj I Giye Betty A Waterprc!» 10, Betty C" & Hood ALL SIZES, FROM i26 OR PERHAPS I A New Scarf We must Get Uncle Dick Who has just been I DEMOBBED A Civie Suit 8 for XMAS. PKNHALKSO emalrt Tailor-made Ready to Wear, £4 4s. Od. in the thing for him. I I i You are sure to spend Give Tom "ge 16 A SMART Qrey Worsted. I Long Trouscr SUIT Penhales' Special Line £2 19s. lId Sizes 8, 9, 10, 11 Give Clifford I A Sitart Suit LIKE MINa MODEL 2. Grey or Brown Tweed, I 55/- PtHMT I BUIT In the world to wear. A nK 3EN 3EL 31L -Ir BCBBB7 S if you ask your FATHER & MOTHER to DRESS yon at PENH ALE'C ￼ 232 HICH ST.. SWANSEA. V jump—r irwrnTmnirwnTnMiTr»i«traininrrTHr-r,^r""Hr~H*'n^^ IT* I GILES, PHILLIPS £ GO. II uu j Uf FOR V ■ i -xmas PRESENTS. ? J!. k?$ I SPORTS, GAlES. i TOYS J OF ALL I I DESCRIPTIONS i I SUGGESTIONS I LADIES BLOUSE CASES, DRESSING CASES FITTED CASES JEWEL CASES GLOVE BOXES GLOVES MANICURE SETS WORK BASKETS COMPANIONS UMBRELLAS MACKINTOSHES COATS SCARVES &c. GENTS DRESSING CASES FITTED CASES SHAVING MIRRORS RAZORS I TRAVELLING RUGS TROUSER PRESSES SMOKERS' CABINETS TOBACCO POUCHES WALKING STICKS GLOVES CIGARETTE CASES MACKINTOSHES COATSt &c. BAGS, I TRUNKS. LEATHER GOODS. EBONY, SILVER, I IVORY. -1 We have a Large and Varied Stock at Prices to suit Everyone. SHOP EARLY for Choice and Comfort at GILEaPHILLIPS&CO. I 3 & 4, Oxford Street, Swansea. [ i— 1 ■ 9 PAGEFIELD COLLEGE ST. HELEN'S ROAD, SWANSEA. The Commercial University of Wales. Expert Tuition in Commercial Subjects. DEPARTMENTS: I Commercial I I Civil Service I Professional Preliminary I Preparatory I Next Term Commences Monday, Dec. 29. | Interviews Arranged. Phone: 165 Docks. j J Local Centre for College of Preceptor's Examination. I i
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CHRISTMAS SHOPS. -0 DAN MORGAN. I D&ft Morgan, with the boys, is synonymous for all that attracts in the way of m^chanic&L toys, and thither his friends are now repairing for Ohtastmas prcaecte, one of the largest, e.nd certainly one of the beet, assortments in town is to be found at the Cycling Centre in Oxford-street. There are the celebrated Mecoanos, train sets, and all other sorts of mechanical toys, as w-ell as a great variety of flash lamps. Football-s a-re to be had, and the requisites for other games. Dan Morgan's is cer- tainly a. shop not to be missed during Yule- tide. SNELL'S. J You will, of course, want to nae j<mr I gramophone during the Cht.maa fe 'ivities —or if you don't happen already to possess I a gramophone you wiil he requiring one. For the supply of gramophone or gramo- phone records there is no better source than Snell'e in Hisrh-^treet Arcade. Here will be found everything that is needed to fully satisfy the most fastidious taste. Snell'ii is It." THOMPSON AND SHACKELL. I What vrouki Christmas be "without mU6k, I Fortunately, Swansea. people nOOd not be in that fsitu-ation, for in the old established firm of Messrs. Thompson and Shaokell we have a friend in need n".a-<ly to supply all tha.t is required. No firm doing a hire purcha.so business has a better reputation for fair dealing, ea et and €Md- I"t wJue. Messrs. Thompson <md Shackell are sole agents for Estey organs and Rrint*- mead and Broadwood Player Pianoe, 4ad they bave the largest iitock in Walee. PICK-E-TT-IS, -HIGH-STREET. I At Pickett's, in High-street, there is an extraordinarily fine Christmas display of toys, dolls, and all thot children love, and which are now being sought after by Father C%ri&=AA for use in his own special line. We also find here a splendid selection of ladies' bAgs and pumee, very suitable for PTe&ent«. For the gentlemen, there are wallets, pipes, pouches, etc., and a choice variety of Havana and British cigars. Pickett's M the place for tbe Christmas chopper. SIDNEY PALMER, Ha/ve yott tried the noted cakes of Mr. Sidney Painter? Tf not, a great treat is in store for you this Christmas time. Moet People know that Sidney Palmer's cakes are th$best in town: those who are not a-lraidy aware of tha.t fact would be well advised to toet them now..It's juet as Well, however, t.o be in time, for those cakes are having a, great eale. T. C. PALMER. I To eulogise tho output of Mr. T. C. Pointer, of Castle-street, is for all the world like Minting the lily or decorating the rose. Kvcrybody in Swansea has learned to appre- ciate the efforts made by (his eminently high cla-ss firm to provide the best in all kinds of gents' tailoring. The public owe a. debt of gratitude to T. O. Palmer's for their happy idea, of regularising business by special offers of suits at exceptionally low prices, during what are ordinarily the slack periods of trade. What is of special importance at the moment is the fact that T. C. Palmer can fit any figure with ready made overcoats, cut by their own experts, who has had mdny years' experience in the best firms in the W ffit End of London. There is never any doubt &,bout the special cut and value at T. C..Palmer's; nothing better j* obtainable, 'this is a fact that no ntan should lose sight cf-the cut of T. C. Palmers." But, es we say, the immediate Proposition is that here are 500 ready made overcoats to fit any figure, and to be pur- chased at most reasonable prices. MR. HASQUENCORT. sensible presents at Y?t-y rpascn&Me ?icea ia the magnet which now draws the Swansea people to Mr. Hasquencort'a, in High-street, and they are not disappointed. lf,aoquencort specialises in shirts, caps, and ties. M. FONER. J I I -in this celebrated JligQ-stTeet Arcade she p is a. large display of jewellery and watches, bangles, chains, links, cigarette cases, etc. They bave been fortunate in te purchase of a claw which has of late been difficult, to procure, and for the last three or four years, have been somewhat rare in Swansea. JA V'S." f welt, everybody knows.that "Jay's is where you get your furniture. In the well- filled shqp of Jiay's Furnishing Stores, Ltd. (Western), complete house furnishers, of 34. High-street, Swansea, houses, whether la-rge or small, may be adequately fitted, "ot only with furniture of the best quality, but alfeo with carpets, linoleum, floor, cloths, bedsteads, bedding, etc., etc. Their celebrated system of "A little at a. time" hiXa proved of great service to those Possessing only limited moans. W. WALLACE. I For sensible and useful Christmas pree- ente there is no better place to visit than the well appointed establishment of Mir. W. Wallace, the High-street Boot Bmaporium. Here is a very laTge stock of fancy and useful goods, a great speciality being made of gents', ladies', and children's fancy clippers, some of the most dainty descrip- tion. Another feature is their drees shoes for ladies and gents, which should prove very serviceable for the Christmas dam, ,i or eooial function. Wallace's is equally notable for football boots. I 1 "RANK'S." j Pirik's is distinctly a. feature of Swansea life. It is the place where we know we are sure of the very beet in ail kinds of men's hosiery, underwear, and caps. They are doiiig a tremendous busl-1 ness this year, having made special pro- vision for the ChriBtmae tra-de.. They have a great stock of gents' underwe.a.r-shirtg, pyjamas, etc., also a bowii ldering assort- ment of the popular Velours as well as soft bats .and caps. They are specialists in men's wear of all kinds, and are especially noted for their football jerseys. B<?t of all, the pricee are always right. I W. H. BURRIDGE. There is a fine display of Christmas cakes at the new1 Quality Shop of Mr. W. H Rurridge in Eaton-road, Brynhyfryd. It includes beautifully executed five-tier wedding oakes and oaJtes with Christmas greetings, ranging from 5a. 6d. to LZ 2s. There is also a fine show of housee built up from cake, and decorated with maraapan a.nd iced eugar. TLe HOUBing Question Solved, 56., which is Yery cheap." There is also & good display of high-class choco- iatm. BTYUbyfrya hae never been better catered for in this respect. Mr. Burridge, as most people know, possesses a very extensive assortment of first prize medals and certificates for currant bread, oakes, I etc., which he hae won at various exhibi- tions. He took several firsts at the great exhibition in Xiondon thir. year.
Madame Bessie Jones and Miss Winifred Lewis. "Elijah" Concert. Tabernacle. Mor. riston Saturday 27th December. I For Christmas Cigars and Cigarettes. ^"Tit-Bits, 1. Wind-etreet Swajisea. a tou cannot choose ￼ '???. ?? ? Christmas Gift -iser or better tlien one ? more §?vm:gs Ce?-?cates— ?? j?T?? th?y ??smt?iei?r or eveiy memb er ?yoYBr ?iae circle. -J' The.p?diMry??s mad'fe it Chri?tm? cost a lot and last, iisudiy, only a little while. Very few, if # any, are MOSE VALUABLE by the folixywmg Christmas, Savings Certifi- cates however cost ,} only 15/6 each and i INCREASE IN, VALUE with every year that passes. At the end of five years each Certificate will worth 91-at the J-I end often years £ 1 6s. f The occasional awk- » wardnes, attaching to gifts i of money is entirely avoid- ed by giving Savings. 7 cavings Cards Certificates. ? w?natcwod. Savings Starons att.aed are eSJ;eciaJly The BEST Christmas Gift tlultaole as giits for chHdren. Property ? han¿l they v4l find .r. ￼ ￼ ￼ much mterest? in com- ￼ ￼ pleting the cards with ? ?? ????-!?y Stanjps bought out of r r D 7(' A.tfI theirown packetmoney. '-£LCTIi' '-JiAL .,C.JJ ￼ Children CMnot be ? taught too loon the value of Saving. You can bay 15/6 Certificates through any Savings Association, Money Order Post Office,or Official Agent-6d. Savings Stamps at any Post Office or Agent. If kept for the full ten years the profit on each tingle Certificate is 10/6. This profit is entirely M- -Pon" -M free from Income Tax. By giving a few days' Saw notice. Certificates can be cashed at any time with the profit due to date of cashing. LLOYDS BANK I PQQ} LIMITED, l with which is amalgamated THE CAPITAL & COUNTIES BANK, LTD. HEAD OFFICE: 71, LOMBARD STREET, E.C. S. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT. The services of the Ban k, with over 1,400 Offices in England and Wales, are at the disposal of the public for the deposit of savings, however small. 'Interest is allowed, and withdrawals not exceeding £ 5 in amount can be made without notice. Full particulars can be obtained on application at any of the Bank's Offices. Affiliated Banks: THE NATIONAL BANK OF SCOTLAND, LTD. THE LONDON AMD RIVER PLATE BANK, IV. Auxiliary LLOYDS AND NATIONAL PROVINCIAL FOREIGN BANK LIMITED. XMAS DECORATION. KITLEYS ARE MAKING A LARGE AND VARIED SELECTION OF ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS, FOLIAGES, AND PLANTS, AMONGST WHICH ARE THE FOLLOWING:— YELLOW DAFFODILS SPRAYS 1/9 spray NARCISSUS, BOTH WHITE AND 1/9 MARGUERITES IN WHITE, PINK AND MAUVE 1/9 „ SILK POPPIES IN MAUVE, PINK,WHITE & ORANGE 1/9 If ROSES IN PINK AND REAM from 71d. to 2/6 „ CARNATIONS IN PINK, RED AND WHITE 1/3 to 1/9 „ ALMOND BLOSSOM to 2/3 „ IRIS, IN MAUVE, WHITE AND PINK 1/6 ORCHIDS IN MAUVE AND WHITE v ,118 LILIUM AURATUM IN PINK, WHITE AND ORANGE 1/9 AUTUMN FOLIAGE IN VARIETY from loid. to It- GREEN FOLIAGE AND GRASSES » from rod, bunch CHRYSANTHEMUM BLOOMS IN PI NK, YELLOW & BRONZE. 4id. to 1/d CARNATTON BLOOMS IN RED, WHITE AND PINK from id. to 1/31 ROSES FOR BUTTONHOLES IN VARIETY. from 1/- WOLLY SPRAYS )M SILVER, VARIEGATED AND GREEN IC?d. »p«ty HOLLY TRAILS fr"m 1/3 Ic M?rLETOE from 1/6 to 1/9 spray FANCY POTS FILLED WITH FLOWERS & PLANTS fim 2/3toúj-eath Etc., Etc., Etc. BULBS IN BLOOM IN DAINTY BASKETS, BOWLS, Etc. PALMS, FERNS ADECORATtVE PLANTS IN ENDLESS VVAA-R.ICETTV Y, • CUT FLOWERS FOR CHURCH AND ALTAR DECORATION. XMAS TREES from 6d. to I Oll- each. KITLEYS (H. A. Leak, Proprietor) 211 & 212, Oxio,ir-d-str,-eltg Swansea J AND MARKET. Tel., 431 and 381 Central. .t:IK'Œtmir. -<&.j .> I JEWELLERY FOR XMAS PRESENTS. ■OAMP■■ ■»&N A A A| 14, COLLEGE STREET, FR?EEDMAN? SWANSEA, ARE NOW SHOWING A Choice: Selection of Gold Watches, Chains, Rings, Brooches, Pendants, Bracelets, &c., Also a large variety of Silver Goods, Electro Plate, Marblo Clocks and Bronzes, Ladies' & Gent.'s Umbrellas, Walking Sticks, &c., I AT SPECIALLY REDUCED PRICES.