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The Pi/sl i; as ter-Geucrai does not allow letters addressed to initials or fictitious I names to be addressed to any i. ost Utiice, and letters so sent are — —^ to the eender through the Dead Letter Depart- ment. letters to Advertiser a by initials, etc., or otherwise, may be u^ected tc "10e Cambrian" Office free of charge; and it stamps are sent to cover postage, will be forwarded to the Advertiser's own Address. Remittances under 5s. may be maae in Halfpenny Postage Stamps or Postal Orders. Postal Urders should b", made to "The South Wales Post" Newspaper Co. Ltd., 111 High-street, Swansea. Address all communication* to the Manager, The Camkrua." —g—J3J | CITUATIONS VACANT Housekeepers and Companions. ~E>E8P £ dABL. £ Housekeeper Wanted, by AW widoirer; good manager; fond of ohil- dren <3); good home. Age, salary, references. —Address 20, HeLson-terraoe, Llanelly. 2Mp3-14 "V U'&fiERY or Mother's Help required, age — 16 to 18, for September 1st; Uplands district; two children; must be trustworthy. -Write. stating age. wages required, etc., to Hater, "Daily Post," Swansea. 278p8-16 Cooks and KitchenmaidSi WANTED, good Cook-General; no wash- ing—Apply Mrs. Turner. Bothersker, langland. 266p8-15 "T\A^'1 £ ID, Cook-General. by 30th August? good references required; wages £ 18.— Mrs. Pasmore, Northampton Villa, Swansea. 227P6-14 Plain Oook; cfcaiary, baking; also Girl to Jiilk a>nd «elp in House. — Appjy Roberta, l»iwy»derw, LlanwrtycL, Breo- 10BP&3 \\JANTED, immediately, for small Hotel, North Wales, Cook-Gemeral and Honse- »a;d-Waitress; wages as. per week; fare paid. -Apply 12, Bawarden-crescent, Swansea. 264p8-15 Mcuee and Farfoup Katds T^rANTED, Housemaid, by 39th August, able to wait at table; good references re- quired; wages £ 1&—Mms. Pasmore. North- aaiptoo Villa, Swamsea, 228p8-14 Cenerala. f^rJIfEBAL Servant Wanted; sleep in or out; must have good reference.—Apply Krs. Smith, Trafalgar House, Oystermouth- road, Swansea. 232p8-10 shortly, good General; early rMer.-Apply 38, Walter-roaid, Swansea. 105p8-9 "VyANTED, steady Girl, aa General.—Appljy 23, Pemtrepoeth, Mornstom. 164p8-ll ANTED, at ouoe, Girl, from 15 to 18 — Apply 39, Park-street, Swansea. 123p3-9 "Y^7ANTED, a good General.—Apply Mrs. Daniels, 137, Bryn-road, Swansea. 265p8-15 -ANTED, a. good Girl, for mornings. — APPIF 1, Phillips Parad4 Swansea. 2)0pH0 General Servant.—Apply Mrs. W25Gp8-10 Morris, 102, Briton Ferry-road, Neath. W_ 251Qn8-lj ANTE1D, a good General Servant.—Apply Mrs. Leaker, Woodland Dairy, 36, St. Helen's-road, Swansea. 285p8-14 WANTED, experienced General; good reT ferencea required.—Appl^ Aberavon Vicarage. Port Talbot. 107p8-9 VT il'TED. at once. a good Generaflser- 1 vant; comfortable home.-Apply 14, Priorton-terraoe, Swansea. 242p8-14 TV ANTED, a Young General Servant. — Apply Mrs. Edwin Davies, Newbury, < Uplands-terrace, Swansea 209p8-10 j WANTED. a Young Girl. as General. Apply Melhuish, 6, Oaklanda-terrace, Constitution Hill, Swansea. 230p8-14 T^7"ANTED, end of August, good General »' Servant; for country—Apply Mrø. Tom Davies, Ryelanda, Biehopstone. 158p8-ll T\TANTED, kind person to Nurse Baby Girl, of good parentage, for love.- ««ply to Baby, "Daily Pest," Swansea. 259p8-16 I \\TANTED, a good General Servant; small lazily-—Apply Mrs. Charles Evans, Newsagent, Bryu-y-Mor-read. Swansea. 294p3-15 T17"ANTED, active Girl, 16 to 17, for House- work; good character; sleep in; good home-Write Active, "Daily Post," Swan- lJ3p8-9 \\TANTED, good General Servant, that can I do plain cooking, age 25.-Apply to Mrs. Thomas, Whmdain Hotel, Oollege-st., Swansea. 252p8-15 TyANTED, at once. General, able to do r plain cooking.-Apply between 5 and 1 p.m.. 7, Cleveland-terrace. Walter-road, Swansea. 281p8-15 \AJANTED, trustworthy Young Person, age ¡ 25-30, cook nicely, wsush, and iron; two in family; for Swansea.—Adriress G., tost Office, Ldandilo 144p8-10 \YANTED, at once, good General Servant, for family of three; references re- quired.-Apply Mrs Owen, 26, Glanraor-cres- cetH, Uplands, Swansea 272p8-15 "XT AXTED, respectable, clean Young y Woman, as Nurse-Maid; must be fond o- children; refereaiices.—Mrs T. Nicholas, Victoria Buildings, Port Talbot. 391p8-l'" "VX7ANTED. immediartely, respectable Ger j eral, age aboat 28; willing to tafee ,"ttle responsibility; comfortable borne. — Apply Morgans, 42, Queen street, Neat.h. 143p8-10 -= MISCELLANEOUS SITUATIONS 'D AILY Nursery Governess Wanted, near Swansea; three children; first lessons; Binsic for eldest. State salary .-Addr-ess _• A.. "Daily Post," Swansea. 196p8-13 "I" ATTNDress required, immediately.- — Appty, with full partdouilars, Bridge Hotel. Uandrindod Wells. 260p8-ll I rvCEAN LrNESS.-Pereons desiring to'J* U come Stewards, Stewardesses, Clerks, Butehera, Bakers, Bell Boys, Stokers, etc.- Particulars, addressed envelope 137, St. Alban's-avenue.Chigwick. 165p8-U Oil AST Young L^y E^uird.^ Stop lb Assistant.-Appiy Manager, 17, College- street, Swansea- 166P8-11 W\VTED, few good class Walling Masons.. -Apply George Mercer, Contractor, Gorseinon. ? iirANTED, extra Hands, over the Hondays, VY -Apply Great Western Hotel. High- street, Swajisea. 175p8- \\JANTED, two Girls; must be able to J Battle.-Thomas. Niagara Mineral Water Works. Swansea. 210p^ WANTED, Porter, with knowledge of Bil- liaxd Marking preferred.—Apply Gros- venor Hotel, College-street. Swansea. 225p8-10 Wf ANTED, a Young Lady, for Hotel Y* Vaults.—Write Vaults, "Daily Post," Swansea. 234p8-13 WANTED, at once, Waitress, aJso Cham- bermaid, and strong, respectable Girl, not under N.—Ma&kworth Hotel, Swansea. 146p8-lD WANTED, Lad. about 16, able to drive Pony; good references required- Apply Derrick, Oxford-,tret. Swansea. 217P&-M TTJ'ANTED, a respectable Boy; ome used to driving.—Apply George Tnomas and St a, Fishmongers, Oxford-street, Swansea, 116p8-9 ~Y\[ANTED .smart, active Man, used to v horses, for the mineral water trade.— Apply Boucher, Grown Mineral Water Works, Upper Strand. Swansea. 222p8-14 ~JANTEiD, Odd or Hall Boy, to clean knives, boots, and to make himself generally useful; must bo strong; from 16 to 18.—Butler, Manordilo, Carmarthenshire. 197p8-13 "V17 ANTED, at once, Young Man, for » Bottling Stores, etc., near Swansea, and to deliver with hand truck.—^Vpply Anglo-Bavarian Stores. Nelson-street, Swan- 283p8-15 PAYING PEOFESSION.—Electrical Engin- eering taught by pest. Send to-da,y for free book, "How to Become ao Eleotricail Engineer." It tells you how to double your salary.—Write for free copy to EiLec. Eng. Inst. 413, Norwich House, Southamptonr stree>t, Solbora, London. AgentSj Canvassorj, Trave Hera, Ac. AGEiNT Wanted, with a good connectioc among Brewers, Ale ajid Porter and Mineral Water Bottlers, Chemists, and Druggists, to secure orders for Oorks. Large am d speedy sale. Profitable commission. Address 373, Sell's Advertising Offices, Lon- don, E.G. 165p9-24 MAN ttrostworthy) desirous of engaging part of his attention to a, remunerative employment, should apply for particulars of high-class Agency-—Address Epsilon, Daily Post," Swansea. 198p8-13 REPRESENTATIVES Wanted by an impor- R tant Company, for outdoor work. Lib- eral terms to good men, with chance of entering a prize competition for valuable cash prizes.—Write at once to 0. P., "Daily Post. Swansea. 1540d b.8-11 TIT ANTED Agents, bar a well-known Life V V Assurance Company Salary and 25 per cent. commission given. Book vacant.— Manager, 123, Bhondda-street, Swansea 155p8-l0 i\\f ANTED, a good Canvasser and Co.llec- VI tor, for Swansea District; whole time; able to repair machines. Good terms for suitable man.—Write Collector. "Daily Post," Swansea 256p8-ll "7 ANTED good Lady Canvaes^r-t, j -r Photo Enlargements. Salary 21s. per week Those with experience ptefer ed Applfr American Art 00., 16, tJ-nion->tre.?t, Swansea. l/^yS-9 TT/ANTED. Traveller, experienced, with M7 connection. State what lines, experi- ence. salary required. and age; one used to office work preferred-Address Box 10, "Daily Post," Swansea. 216p8-14 THE Provident Clothing and Supply Oo., Ltd., Bradford and Branches, estab- lished 26 years, and carrying on an exten- sive Weekly Payment Business in 75 towns, England, Sootiajid, and Wales, require a n amber of pushing, energetic. First-class Agents for Swansea District, Put or Spaa* Time To those who can speak the two ian- gnagea (Welsh and English) great success is assured. Excellent Teruis Members enpplied by the best and most popular shops; Drap- ery, Millinery. Mantles, Clothiers, Booters, Hoaaeltold Furnisihers, etc.—Apply 20. Wind- street, Swansea; Publio Benefit Buildings, Ne«th; Arcade Chambers, Stepney-stree-t. Llanelly. 845018-31 t"" Managers & Clerks. CIVIL and Miming Engineer and Estate Agent has vacancy for a Pupil; moder- ate premium.-Write Pupil, "Daily Post," Swansea U9p8-9 WANTED, well-educated Junior (Male) Olerk.-Apply. in writing, stating age, and full particulars, to The National Tele- phone Co., Ltd.. House, Mount- street, Swansea. 246p8-10 Tradesmen Apprentices and Assistants APPRENTICES.-The E«miiinigtoin Type- A writer Company have vacancies for two Young Ladies; shorthand and typewrit- ing.—Apply Manager, 3, Mount-etreet, Swan- sea. 152p8-40 WJ~ANTED, smart Youth, to learn trade.— » Apply Morgan Bros., Hatters and Hos- iers,_39, Oxford-street, Swansea 241p8-10 T*7'ANTED, smart Boy Apprentice, to Hair- V l dressing; one with slight knowledge of the trade preferroo.Write W. T., "Daily Post," Swansea. 95p8-8 TTf ANTED, Assistant for Stationery, Fancy, • and Toy Business; also an Improver; no previous knowledge necessary, but mutt be active.—Write Manageress, "Daily Post," Swansea. 273p8-15 \\TANTED, respectable Youth, from 16 to ( J 18. to learn the Hairdressing Trade, good tuition^ especially haitcutting and shaT- in g.-Apply J. H. Jomes, Alexandra-road, Swansea. 290p^-15 Office Boys and Errand Boys. Dr ANTED. strong Errand Boy, at once.- VT Emest Davies amd Co., Goat-street, Swansea 177pS-ll TX7 ANTED, smart Boy, to Deliver and Sell f 1 Papers—Apply H. Ford, 25, Dillwyn- etreet, Swansea. 284p8-14 WJANTED, snuaa-t Errand Boy. at omce.— "y Apply Boots' Fancy Department, Ox- ford-street, Swansea. 219p6-10 ~TANTED, at once, smart Lad. to make himself generally useful.—Apply Rub- enstein, Paperhanging Warehouse, 24, Gower- street, Swansea. 280p8-14 -—- SITUATIONS WANTED, SITUATION Wanted as Oook-General, age s 24; country servant; four years' good character.—Mrs. Coster, Registry, Gloucester. 174p8-14 SOLICITOR'S Clerk (30), shorthand, typist, S engro poTiig, with sound practical exper- ience, seekf immediate re-engagement in, Swansea or neighbourhood, highest refer- ences; moderate salary—Address, "Disen- gaged," Daily Post." Swansea 125n.8-16. \\TA NTED, Situation for a Young Girl, age 15; sleep out; country.—Address Girl, "Daily Poet," Swansea. 231p8-14 "1^7"ANTED, by respectable Woman, aged » I 40, daily work; hotel or private house. —Address M.P., "Daily Post," Swansea. 150p810 WANTED, Situation as Companion-Help; distance no object; good dressmaker, fond of children.—Add-ress Enid, "Daily Poet," Swansea. 938m8-ll WANTED to Purchase, Leasehold House, with or without bath, on Monnt Plea- sant, Swansea. Full particulars and lowest price.—Address Era, "Daily Post," Swansea. 245p8-14 TlfANTED, Young Airedale Terrier, over distemper, and fit to show, with good. guaranteed pedigree, and healthy. State prcb and full particulars to W "Daily Pest," Swansea. 220p8-l4 PROPERTY FOR SALE AND TO LET. "DUiSINESS PREMISES FOR SALE, in ceotre — of town, let on lease to good tenant, at rental of £ 52 per aimum.—Astley Samuel, Auctioneer, Swansea. 134p8-9 OR SALE, by Private Treaty, No. 88, Brym- A road, Swausea, let at £3S per annum. The above House is in excellent repair, hav- ing been reoentiy renovated throughout, oom- maiids a most excellent view of the Swansea Bay, and is situate in ome of the best resi den-tial parts of Swansea-—For further par- ticulars apply to Messrs. Gee and Edwards, Solicitors, Victoria. Chambers, Oxford-street, Swansea. 1574d.b.8-0 ALSO NO. 90, Bryn-road, which is a simi- lar House to 88 This is subject to a repairing lease for five years at JE40 per year from the 25tii July last. Both properties are held for a term of 99 years (about 10 years expired) at an annual ground rent of L6 each.—For further particulars applff Messrs. Gee and Edwards, Solicitors, Vio- toria Chambers, Oxford-street, Swansea. 1575d.b.&-10 LLANELLY—To Let, or for SaJeTshoP a^d Large Premises at back, near Thomas's Arms, Llanelly; suitable for any business; also for Sale, a Gvand Piano; bargain.— Apply Mrs. Miai-gajet Evans, Manchester House, Llanelly. 160p8-9 (TIRCKJERf and Provision Business for Dis- G posai; good position for Shipping Trade; no opposition.—Write Victoria, "Dally Post," Swansea 171p8-12 HOUSES FOR SALS FOR SALE, Freehold Houses,"Burlafls-cre» cent.—Appiy it, Bryn-y-Mor-crescent, Swansea. lllpo-9 Iip OR SALE, No. 17, Somerset-plaoe. opposite Town Hall, Swansea—Apply «Jno- R- Eichads, Solicitor, 31, Fisher-street, Swan- sea. n2129t.c. ii^OR SALE, valuable Leasehold House. 7 rooma, in St. garden front amd back; town end—Apply Mayberry, 33. John-street. Brynhyfryd, Swansea 261p8-15 (^ROVE-PLACIL—J^or" Sale," 9-roomed House, X with bath, ih splendid repair, reason- able price Astiey Samuel, Auctioneer, Swan- sea. 134p8-9 MOUNT PLEASANT -^For Sale, 9-ix>omed House, every convenience, long lease, well let; price £ 265; also 11-roomed House, situate Uplands.—Address Uplands, "Daily Post," Swansea. 300p8-15 TO BE LET-BUSINESS PREMISES rpo l.ET, at Michaelmas, Dairy Farm, about JL two miles from tile centre of Swansea, ecmprissiziGr about 86 acres of laod. good house and outbuildings.—Apply Beynon and Meager, Auotdoneeis. Valuers, Estate Agents, etc.. 7. Melbourne-place, Swansea. 182p8-ll HOUSE and Shop, at. Heien's-road, main thoroughfare, to Let; back en- trance.—Apply Leeder and Son, Swansea. 66p8-10 EW KING'S DOCK.-To Let, large, double- frontitge Look-up Shop and Room; suit a.mott any business; rent moderate Owner giving up through ill-bealth.- Apply 181, Port Tennant^road, Swansea 176p8-ll SHOP, No 30, Castle-street, to Let, from September next.-Apply Corporation Estate Office, Ooieiiuge House, Swansea. 1568d.b.-t.c. A-REVEOUSF,S.-T,o Let, in Worcester- W pla<oe, large Warehouses and store- rooms—Apply, 'Corporation Estate Office, Coleridge House, Swansea. 1223d.b.6,-t.o. OFFICES.—To Let, conveniemt Offices in 0 Castle-street, Appiy, Corporation Estate Office, Coleridge House, Swansea 1228d.b.6-t.c. TO LET, a two-StalFstable—Apply 9, BrjD- y-Mor-road, Swansea? 279p8-16 rpo LET, Stables. 1, Picton-lane.—Apply Eid- ward Roberts and Son, Auctioneers, 40, Oxford-street Swansea. 238P&-13 TO LET, near the Hospital, 3-stall Stable.— Apply firet instance at Charles Evans, The Newspaper Shop, Bryn-y-Mor-road, Swan- sea, 121P8-9 -I TO LET-HOUSES TO be Let, September Quarter, No. 4, King Edward's-roaxi.—Apply 67, Gwy-dr-cres- cent, Swansea. 276p8-16 rpo LET, 9-roomed House, with bath, in JL Langland-road, Mumbles, early posses- sion.— Astiey Samuel, Auctioneer, Swansea. 154p8-9 TO LET, Semi-detached Residence, Heath- T field.—Apply Edward Roberts and Son, Auctioneers, 40, Oxford-street, Swansea. 23Bp8-lI fpO~ LiET, 98, Walter-road, bathroom (hot anO 1 oold), south aspect, immedliate posses- sion.—Apply 97, Walter-road. Swansea. 145p8-10 0 LET, 26, Brooklands-terraoe, 2 Reception Eooms, 5 Bedrooms, Bath (hot and cold), splenxiid view.—lAetLay Samuel, Auctioneer, Swansea 134p8-9 rbe Let, No. 20, Cradtock-street, Swanseaj .1 most oentrally situated; with immediate possession; hot and cold bath.—Lucas, Auc- tioneer, Swaaisea. 232p8-14 DYNEVOR-PLACE.-SmaU Detached Villa. D to Let, 2 Reception Rooms, 5 Bedrooms, and Bath.—AstLey Samuel, Auctioneer, Swan- sea. 134p8-9 Tt TUMBLES.—Ho uae to Let, September quar- M ter, 8 rooms, bath (hot and cold), view of Bay, five minutes walk from Oystermouth. Station; rent £ 21.—-Write Rex, "Dailty Post," Swansea. 154p8-10 MOTOR CARS, BICYCLES, ETO. FOR SALE, first-class Bicyclei, "Sunbeam," cheap.—Apply J. J. Evans, Hairdresser, 71 St. Helen's-roaxl, Swansea. 173p8-9 FOR SALE, Motor Bicycle 14 Clement Gar- rard; ajlso Lady's Bicycle, free wheel.— Apply after 6 p.m., 3, Uplands-crescent, Swansea. 277p8-15 MOTOR Bicycle for Sale. A h.p. Minerva, splendid condition, new tjrree, spares, etc.; trial given; accept £ 6.—Apply 6, Up- lands-crescent, Swansea. 22lp8-14 CYCLE* (no rubbish,—.Lady's High-Graitlie 19G6 machine; hardly used; not soiled; ball bearing free wheel, silver-plated rims, coloured centres, best Pneumatic Clincher tyres, inverted lever back and front rim brakes, magnificently plated, enamelled, and lined, panelled gcair case; nice and ea&y running machine, ooanplete with pla/ted lamp, bell, pump, tools, etc.; sacrifice low- est .£4 18s. 6d. approval willingly before cash sent.—K. Stuckey, Oak Villa, Claren- don-road, Western-euper-Mare. 218J8-U CYCLES, British make, guaranteed 4 years, c £3 19s. 9d.; delivered on payment of 5s. Catalogues 'free.—(Fnairxlands Railway- road, Salford, Blackburn. 558rll-7 pVYOLE Accessories amd Tyres at lowest prices. Satisfaction guaranteed. Don't purchase before seeing our list. Post free.—Franklandis, 35, Railway-road, Bluck- bum. 8385rll-7 CYCLE TYRES, 4s. 6d. each; Waterproof Cycle Capes, 2s. 6d.; Rim Brakes, la. 6d Satisfaction guaranteed or cash re- turned. Established 15 years.—Franklands, .35. Railway-road, Blackburn. 8385rll-7 B-AiRGAINS in Motor Cycles.—SJ h.p. Quad- -0 rant, £ 18; 3i Olympic, like new, £22; 2 h.p. Minerva, C7; 3 h.p. Mitchell, £ 8—Sut- ton Bros., 21, St. Helen's-road, Swaaisea. 233p8-13 AFARTFV3ENT3 TO LET >"pO LET, 2, 5, or 4 Unfurnished Rooms; JL terms moderate.—Apply 17. Victoria-ter- race, Swansea. 286p3-15 n^O LET, two Unfurnished -Rooms, use of 1 Scullery; 3s. 6d. per week; two in fam- iiy.—Apply 11, White-street, SwaiiEea, 13Sp8-9 TO LET, two Furnished Sitting-rooms and Bedruoms; go-d cocking; moderate terms.—Appiy C. Evans, Newsagent. Bryn-y- Mor-road, Swansea. 295p8-15 rpo LET, three Unfurnished Rooms, use of J- bathroom and scullery; eight minutes walk frcm Market; ent 5s.- Write Market. "DaiLy Post," Swansea. 240p8-14 rLET, well Furnish; Apartments; suit two gentlemen friends; board ox other- wise; with board 15s. weekly inclusive.—Ad- dress Locality. "Daily Poet," wSansea. 120p3-9 TO LET, comfortably l^urnished Bed aibd Sitting-room; suit one or two gentle- men; good cooking ana attendance.—Apply Oharles Evans, Bryn-y-Mor-road, Swansea. men; good cooking and attendance.—Apply Oharles Evans, Bryn-y-Mor-road, Swansea. 295p8-15 rpo LET, Superior Furnished Apartments, -*• for one or two gentlemen, Front Sit- ting-room, one or Lwo Bedrooms, bath, piano, good cooking; no children .-53. Mansel-ter- race, Swansea. 299p8-16 TO LET, private Kitchen and Bedroom, use of Scullery, Gas Stove, and B>iler; a;3o good Beds to Let, with or without Sitting- room and Piano; two in family; no chil- dren; close to Midland Station.-Apply 62, Midland-terrace, St. Thomas, Swansea. 124p8-9 A PABTMENTS —Two Unfurnished Rooms to A Let; young married couple preferred.- Apply 84, Lower OxIor-J-street, Swansea. 206p8-13 p AR jrARTHENSHIRE^T<TLet~Furnished 1- Apartments, lovely country, beautiful scenery, good fishing, posting, good cooking. —Apply Lloyd-Davies, Salutation Hotel, Nont- garedig. 297p8-15 TpURNISHEiD Apartments to Let, Sitting- F room and one or two Bedrooms, bath- room; no children; moderate terms.-Appiy 22, Cromwell-street, Swansea. 181p8-ll ONE Sitting and Bedroom to l.JCt, t.Iea- santly situated, either to visitors or permanently, verty modera.te.—dLppIv Com- fort, "Daily Post," Swansea. 15i>p8-9 O or 3 Unfurnished Rooms to Let, newly papered; use of gas stove and scullery. —9S, Terrace-road, Mount Pleasant. Swan- sea. 180p8-ll APARTMENTS AND FURNISHED HOUSES WANTED \\f ANTED, respectable Apartments, for "J two young gentlemen.—Address Dis- trict. "Daily Poet," Swansea. 172p8-ll \,VANTED, by a Lady, two Unfurnished Rooms, Bed and Sitting; must be cheap; neighbourhood igt. Reply Alpha, "Daily PL.et," Swansea. 109p8-9 TTT ANTED" Apartments, Sitting-room and Bedroom, for single gentleman, in rtvsansca-, good cooking and cleanliness, essen- tial.—Reply to Manager. London Provincial Bank, Neath. 193p8-13 ARRISTER w-ighes to know of well-fur- B nished Front Rooms in good house, and best neighbourhood in or near Swan- sea; preferably ground floor; for occasional occupation only; would enter into au I arrangement with household not usually let- ting rooms.—Address A.M., "South Wales Daily Post," Swansea. 2512n7-18 LANGLAND BAY.—Wamted, two Bedrooms and one Sitting-room, for four friends and little girl, August 23rd to September 6th. Terms must be inclusive.—Whitehorse. Glen- ferrie. Jockey-road, iSnttom-Coldfield, near Birmingham. 207p8-14 — MISCELLANEOUS SALE3 Tj^OR SALE, good, strong Mailcart, recently A upholstered, single or double; moveable hood; bargain; room wanted.—Apply 11, Nor- folk-street, Swansea. 275p8-15 I^IR SALE, high-class Yorkshire Terrier Puppies, three dogs, oate bitch; to be sold choap.—William Turner, Saatrdresaeir, Rathurst-street, Swansea. 148p8-10 T^OB SALE, an up-to-rta-te Double Mailcart, A navy blue and cream, also three or four Unfurnished Rooms to Let.—Apply first- to Mis. Charles Eva.ns, Newsagent Swansea. 153P8-10 1?0R SALE, well-made Satin Walnut Bed- room Suite, beautifully carved, in ex- cellent condition; bargain to immediate purchaser.—Apply Frank Randeil, Auction- eer, Dynevor-p lace, Swansea. 185p8-ll ~T ENETIAN Blinds from 4d. per foot, any colour, carriage paid, List, poet free. Government Contractors.-Mcseley, 53, Tudor Road, Cardiff. Nat. Tel. 4ay& 856k9-25 T>ABY CARS, direct from factory on ap- -» prova.1, carriage paid. We save you 611 in the L. Cash or easy payments from 3a. 6d. monthly Send for splendid new cata- logues free.-Direct Publio Supply, 119 Dept., Coventry. 1021d.b.9-15 CHINA amd Delf "Ware" Cheap. Well- acsortel Craves of Everyday Selling Lines for Shops, Markets, and Hawking.— Write for Lists.-Shea.f Pottery, Manufac- turers. longton, Staffs. 262k9-10 Horses, Cabs, Carts, Wasr"nettea,&c. FOR SALE, a useful Mare, with Cart and Harness complete.—Apply Gltobe Inn, Loughor. 199P8-13 FOR SALE, smart Pony, Flat Cart, amd Harness, cheap.—81, Woodflield-street, Morriston. 188p8-9 rOCB SALE, Mare, 15 hands, good in har- ness, and sound jworiser; suitable for tradesman.—Apply 83, Woodfield-street, Mor- riaton^ 205p8-14 FOR SALE, three useful Cobs; to be sold cheap; no further use; also Four Sets of New and Second-hand Harness—6, Fran- ois-street, Avenue, Swansea. 269p8-15 FOR SALE, Rustic Four-wheel Dogcart, in good condition, to suit oob from 13 to 15 bands; also Aft «>! Harness; cheap.—Apply I, Phillips Parado (opposite Hospital), Swan- swan 249p8-14 T^OR bALE, Four Ice dream Pony ~Cartfl, A one Chip Potato Van, 3 Sets of Har- ness, Tubs, Freezers, and all acoessories, to be sold ohea..p.-Apply Dombrosio, 2, Willows- atreei, Swansea. 57p&.14 GREENGROCERS and Othera.—Thickset C, Pony, seven years, Set of Silver-plated Harness, amd New Flat Hawker's Cart; the lot £ 15; also thick-set, useful Oob, 14 hands, JE9, and strong Working Cart HbKoe, 16 hands, £ 12.—Apply Cameron Stables, bottom of Wel- oome-lane, Stramd, Swansea 136p8-9 FURNITURE. FURNITURE- Furniture! t ]Furaitaw,& F Parties about to Furnish would save 6a. in the £ by buying off the makers. All our Bedroom Suites and Parlour Suites are in ado om the premises. Cotme and see for yoursslves.—B, D. Ward, Goat-street, SwaIn- sea Below are our leading lines;— 183p8-9 BEST Lath-baok Kitchen Chairs, 2s7 6d.; full-size Kitchen Arm Qhairs, 7s. 6d.; Dressers from 30s.; Kitchen Tables from 10s. 64.; all Dressers and Kitchen Tables are our own make.—13. D. Ward, Goat-street, Swansea. 183p8-? SPECIAL Bargains in Bedmrug.-Fall-size Feather Bed, Bolster, and Two Pillows. £ 1 Ids. 6d.; better quality at L2 2s.; Wool Bed, Bolster, and Two Pillows from 12s. td. -R II. Ward, Goat-street, Swansea. 183pft-9 £10 10s.~for fall-sioo Bedroom Suite in solid walnut, side wings to dressing chest. All bevelled plates and highly fin- iahed.-B. D. Ward. Goat-street. 183p8-9 JP"| 8s. 6d. buys a full-size 2'n. Pillar Bed- -1- stead with very massive Brass Bods and Knobs; brass-rail Bedsteads from 12s. M.—B. D. Ward 18 and ;Q, Goa.t-etreet, Swan- ■ea. 183p8-9 LOST AND FOUND T Briadie Bitah ^Whippet), answers to "Bees." Finder rewarded on returning same to Neath Police Station (Borough). lt3pS-9 T OST, Liver a.Ti^ Whate Spaniel, short legs. Answers to name of "Dash." Finder rewarded.—Rogers, 38, St. Helen's-avenue, Swansea. 2S8p8-12 T OST, OQ Monday, Sable Bitch, between Sketty and Killay. Pindser rewarded on returning same to Perehs.m Farm. Kil- lay—Tucker. 2i3p8-U T OST, MoiKiay, August efh, 1906, Black — Cow, with White Back. Finder rewarded on returning same to Penygraig Farm, Mount Pleasant, Swansea. 224p8-10 T CtST, between Wind-street and Manseil. street, a Blue Centre of Brooch. Finder rewarded on taking to Mr. Davies, Jeweller, Wind-street. Swansea. 174p3-9 L OST, between Sketty Churchyard and Alexandra-road, Gold Brooch, with Cord Encircled Flower in centre. Finder re- warded. — Apply Hunter, Woodfield-street, I Morriston 229p8-10 t OST. in Empire, first house Tuesday night, — Briar Pipe, with amber mouthpitcs a.nd black pi-e-oo attachedi. Finder wiU be re- warded on returning same to 14, Pleasant »'iew-terrace, Swansea. 115p8-9 T OST. in Cwinllynwes. Light Brown Pony, small tail of, lighter colour, star mark on forehead, about 12J hands. Finder re- wardod on returning same to Evan Evans, Gwilym-road, Cwmiiynwes. 258p8-12 T OST, on Bank Holiday in. Lavatory of J Rutland Cafe, Lady's Gold Ring, set with stones, inside engraved. Finder re- warded by returning to Williams, Jeweller, Swansea, or Central Police Station, Swansea, 257p8-15 T OST, on Sunday morning, between Mirar dor-crescent and Christ Church, Gold Bracelet, with Locket, and initial J Fin- der rewarded on returning =atn« to Mte Charles Evans, Newsagent, etc., Bryn y-Mor- road, Swansea. 202p8-8 T OST or Left in a Public-house on Satur- u day eveniog July 21st, Fawn Overcoat, with velvet collar, with a Gold Piece in a Case in the pocket. Anyone returning same t<. Police Station, or 15, New Orchid street. Swansea, -w?ill be handsomely rewarded. 201p8-13 FOUND, a Fat Parse, on Oonvict Ship. Owner can have same by giving full description. No reward wanted.—Manager, Convict Ship Exhibition, Swansea. n8-9 "TILL the two boys seen picking up small young Dog iwhite with black marks) on Bryn-road, Tuesday, return same im- mediately, to 35, Bryn-road, Swansea. 2S7p8-12 MUSICAL "PIANOFORTE TUNING, 3s! 6d. Recoan- A mendations from Dr Turpin, Glad- stone, and Broad.Wood and Sons. pianos ff^otn ffopkfiiEbj1. '$oIlard, Brinsmeadj etc. Sale or Hipe.-cha-Ies Eadou, 56, Bruns- wiok-street, Swansea^ 847m8-7. ~\T EUTICA L Iron Grand Upright Piano, in Walnut Case, wonderfully good tone and touch; fully warvjnted; walnut and a-rt marqneterie; 35 guineas; nett cash 127 10s.—J. Brader and Sons, 9, Windistrect, Swansea. 132p8-8 pIANO, mtaj-vellons vaLue, reduced from A £ 25 to LIL7 10s. during the Sale. leather Suites i^ednced from L4 10s. to zE3 12s. 6d. during the Sale.—Wilks, Market Furnishing Stores, Union-street. Swansea. 147p8-10 TRADE SPEOIALJTIE3 "ft/TADAME MARIE, the Popular Lady Society Palmist of London, gives Pri- Tatoe- Delineations at 13, Alexandra Arcade, High-street, Swansea, from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. Fees, la. 6d., 2s. 6d., and 5s 139p6-9 "p'HOTOGRAPHY.—Experienced Canva"Ker A Wanted, to go with operator; miKi be steadsr and respectable Sala-ry and com- mission.—Apply Cole, 19, Ffynone-street, Swansea. 190p8-9 T IGHTNING Firelighters light quickest, -*— bui-n longest, wonderful, cheap penny pa.ckets. AU dealers.-Gills, Heckmondwike. 1035d.b X^OR quality and Value go to Sidney Pal- A Bier's. Good selection of Wedding Cakes always kept in stock. Parties oatered for at the shortest notice Estimates free. Cor. Tel. 146.-68, Oxford-street, and Branches 236p8-13 TN reply to numerous inquiries, Monoman- -*■ iac has pleasure in informing appli- cants that a Set of Six Kuriousiy Kontrived, Komical, Kamera. Kartcon Pest Kards will be sent post paid for one shilling and a ponnj stamp, or P.O to C. R. Trueman, Neath. 208p7-14 —-————-——. AMERICAN Pocket Catapults. 1.#Noise- less Rabbit Rifles. 7s 6d.; Rabbit Bolt- ers, la.; Nets, 3s. 6d.; Snares, Is. 6d dozen; Bird Calls, is. 3d.; Clap Nets, 5s. 6d.; Secret Fishing Oils, Wasp Grubs. Salmon Roe, Is. each box. Lists free. Carriage paid.—John Eggleston. Naturalist. Sunderland. 211p8-9 BASKETS.—BaS^-ts of all kinds made and B repaired to rder. A good selection of Fancy Hand Baskets, Rush Bags, Net and Carpet Bags always in stock. Also a few "hundred Cradles. Nursery Chairs, etc., for Sale, cheap, for oash.-B. M-cCarthiy, Water- loc-street, Swansea. 235p8-13 DR. NOBLE'S Kidnetys and Bctckache Pills, for Backache, Rheumatism, Weak Back, Lumbago, Diabetes, Bright's Disease, Gravel, Price Is.—Myrddin Davies, M.R.P.S., 4. Oxfordnstreet,, Swa nsea,. 591m8-17. MARRIED LADIES!—INFOSMATlOiN and jf. ADVICE of PRICELESS VALUE (FREE) Send stamped envelope. Please name this paper.—Mrs. LA WBAENCE, St Elmo, Fere, mont, Liverpool. 261p7-lQ F SKINNER, Practical Watch, Clock, and < Jewellery Repairer, Alexandra-road tram terminus, Swansea. Aill repairs war- ranted 12 months. Nat. Tel. No. 254y2. Clock Repairs by telephone promptly attended to. 298pe,15 S. IDVANG. Purob-aser of W Gentlemen's iaft-off Clothing Best prices given. Letters and packages receive prompt attention.—137c, High-street, Swan. sea. Nat. Tel. 319y2. 271p8-15 T30NTARDULAIS.-MR. SELINE, member of the Incorporated Society of Extractors and Adaptors of Teeth, Ltd.. attends Pontar- dulais every Friday, at Mrs. John's, 17, Hope-street, 3 to 7 p.m. All about the Nat- ural and Artificial Teeth; advice free. 274p8-9 BETH PAINLESSLY EXTRACTED by the new process applied to the gums only; Pee, Is. 6d.—Henry Seline, 53. High-street, Swansea. 274p8-9 PRIZE MEDAL ARTIFICIAL TKETH.-OOUI- plete Set from £ 2 2b.; Single Teeth from 2B. 6d.—Henry Seiine, 63. High-street Swan- sea- 274p8-9 CORN PAINT, made of superior ingredl- emts, and efiaily applied Is. bottle for 6d.-J. Davies, M.P.S., Chemists, 30. Hiigh- etreet, Swansea. TO BUTLDBRS.—Billheads, Memorandums, Business Circulars and Cards. Time Sheets, Estimate Books, amd every kind of <Tommercial Printing at the Cambrian" 4- Office, 211, High-street, Swansea. NOTEPAPBR Printed your address, Mem- Jria! Cards, Vsiiing Cards, Wedding Cards printed newest style; latest fashion- able Stationery in stcck.—Rhys Roberts. Sta- tioner and Printer, Morriston. t.e. MR. WILLIAM OXLEY, Private Enquiry Agent, late Detective Sergeant, Cardiff Police. Confidential investigations.—6, Lower Cathedral-road, Cardiff Highest references. L.ADIES.- We want an opportunity to con- L vince you that Blanchard's Apiol and Steel Pills supersede Pennyroiya], Pi1 Cochia, Bitter Apple, etc. We are prepared to send you sample free on receipt of two stamps to pay postage. — Leslie Martyn, limited, Chemists, 34, Dalston-lane, London, S.W. 736 COBS, Traps, and Wagonettes on Hire.—J Pridmore, 20, Waurrwen-rood, Swansea. Nat. Tel. 295y4. 248p8-14 SMART Cots amd Wagonettes, Ponies and Traps to Let on Hire—D. Jarvis, 6, Framcis-street, St. Helen's-avenue, Swansea __270p8-14 A MERICAN Oorn Plaster, superior to aI, A Oorn Paints Try. then judge. No failure, no pain or burning, no harassing oorns-, e-se immediately. 7;d.-Myrdtdin Davies, M.R.P.S., Chemcst, Oxford-street, Swansea. T> MOLYNEUX. Fisb Merchant. 12C, Hiri street, Swansea. Cbeap*«t Shop in tcvrn for Fish of all varieties; wholesale and retail. Trial solicited. 32 ARTIFICIAL LEGS, light and strong; A Steelfs for weak legs, Spine Supports. Elastic Stockings and Belts, Eyes, Trusses, Bandages, Lady Attendant for Ladies' Belts, eac. Crutches, etc., in stock; illustrated list.—Maker and Repairer. Allen Pearce 23, Charles-st-roeet (off Queen-street), Cardiff. and Proadmead, Bristol. 6Q3j9-5 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS URNISHED HOUSiE-—Wanted, in Septean F ber, small Furnished House, in the d full particulars to Astiey Samuel, Auctioneer, Swansea 134p8-9 GROCERS.—Tea Lead Wanted at once.— Apply. Manager, Daily Poet," Swan- sea STRIKE.—Wanted, Machine Workers. L'lec s trie Light Men. Turners, Improvers. Hammer Men. etc.. to know of probable strike near Port Talbot. 179p8-10 TEA LEAD —Wanted at onoe. Always open to buy Good pr-ce given.—Apply Man ager, "Daily Post," Swansea. n T^TANTED, at once, by a Lady, a Loan of » » £ 10, for two months—Write M. H. T. "Daily Post," Swansea. 167p6-ll "IT7ANTEiD, Second-hand Single Mailcart, "y light, and in gocd condition,—Writ. Ma lcart, "Daily Post," Swansea. 118p8-9 JITA-N '-ED, smart Cob, 14 hands, sJ2 months *1 credit, usual terms; no dealers need apply—Write Cob. "Daily Post," Swansea 2513n7-1<1 irt;r ANTED. House, near Oxford-street. State » 1 rent. and if rat-es to paty. Reply early -,Jones. North-Weetern Hotel, Abergavenny 207P8-1' Dr ANTEiD, a. Meat Chopper, and Sausag- Machine, second-hand, in good con dition.—Address Machine, "Daily Post, Swansea. 251113.b WANTED, House, Uplands or Brynmili distr et preferred; poss esion after middle September; rent must be moderate C J.. Daily -Fost." Swansea 2496n8-ll \ATANTED, Lady's Second-hantd Bicycle must be good, strong and complete &tate lowest terms to Mrs. Charles Evans, Newsagent, Bryn-y-Mor-road, Swansea 292pS-13 MISCELLANEOUS -VTOTICE to Insurance Agents.—No claim; iT are to be paid on the death of Wil liam Rees Mason, Dulais Rock, Aberdylai6 without first obtain.ing the signature uf Elizabeth Jones.—(Signed) Elizabeth Jonee Dulais Rock, Aberdylais. August 4th. 19:6. 244p8-9 —— .on I,, 11- MONEY ABVEETISiER has "oco to Lend in vari- A ous sums, on good security.—Apply, in confidence, to Financier, "Daily Poet," Swan fEa. 20p8-c SEVERAL Small Sums of Money to be Lent S to respectable Householders, at moder ate terms.—Write Reasonable, "Daily Pest,' Swansea.. 236p8-W D JONES, Financier, make Cash ad • vances from £ 3 to £ 300 to all respect able Householders at reasonable rate of In teiesrt, with-out delay.—Apply personally by letter Distance no object. No fees Easy repayments arranged to suit conveni ence of borrowers Private and confidential Guaranteed.—Apply, 3, Grove-place, Alexaa d.ra-roa,d, Swansea. SWANSEA Albion Permanent Building I S Society .—Advances made on Leasehold and Freehold Properties. Deposits received. Interest 4i per cent.. payable half-yearly Investing Shares HJs. per month Next Sub scription Meeting August 21st.-For particu- lars apply to the Secretary, Edward Roberts and Son. 40, Oxford-street, Swansea. 238p9-7 r|*i WILLI AluS and CO., Wei come-lane, x Swansea, make private loans 4. spec table borrowers Mortgage Brokers Bills discounted. No fees Strictly confiden- tial Terma moderate. Easy repayments arranged to svit borrowers — Trevor Wil. liams, Manager Corp. Tel 124 911k9-27 THE OLD-ESTABLISHED PROVINCIAL UNION BANK continues to LEND uuxnense sums daily from jElO to £ 5,000 an "Note of Hand Alone," or security. Moder- ate Interest Easy Instalments Special rate for short periods. Largest and man honourably conducted business in the king. dom. Thousands of our regular customers fcave expressed their entire s-atisfactioo in I repeated transactions with us. A Gentleman from Bank will wait upon you at once with cash.—Call or write (in confidence) to Man- ager, STANLEY DOWDING, 1, Queen-equare, Bristol, or to Mr JOSHUA GRIFFITHS, 4, Brunswick-street, Swansea jC '^0 £ 5,°00 advanced on note of band alone. "No Bills of Sale taken, or charges made unless business results. Don't apply to so-called Banks or limited Compan- ies, which are registered to conceal the iden- tity of the proprietors or shareholders. I conduct business in my own name, and am the actual lender. Write in confidence, stat- ing requirements, when representative wiB wait upon you by appointment, and complete transaction.-O. Wells, Corridor Chambers, Leoester. 33db -=- SOUTH WALES LOAN AND FINANCE CO., FINANCIERS. 18 Waterloo-street, Swansea. CASH ADVANCES MADE DAILY FROM jES AND UPWABD8. Terms Moderate w suit Borrowen- Convenience. Apply personally or by letter; distance no object. Private and oonfideotial as oere- toiore. Attendances every Thursday from U a. ax. to 4.0 p.m- Branch O&oe—No. 3, Coychurea Road, Bridgend. P.8.—ADVANCES made on PLArE, JEWELLERY, PIANOS, etc., at a c«- duced rate. I. FELINE. Manager. SWANSEA MERCANTILE BANK LIMITED, 18, PARK STREET, SWOSEA Make Cash Advances Daily from AS to £ 509 Strictly Private and Confidential, For further particulars apply- H. B. JONES, Wanager. CASH o • LENT ESTABLISHED 1861. I MONEY. MONEY. S2 to JB300 DAILY, at Less Interest t"tSers WM. USHER & Co., 14, Picton Plaoe, Swanea. THE DISTRICT LOAN CO CHURCH STREET. SWANSEA, OFFER CASH LOANS Jf L5 and upwards to respectable House- holders 01 their rwn Note of Hand, etc., it L fair rate of interest. All business strictly fnvate and Confidential. IVOR D. TEOMA8, Manager EDUCATIONAL. CIVIL Service Candidates successfully pre- pared for their examinations. Numer- one recent successes. Telegraph Learners, Head Post Office Swansea Male Sorters, London and Swansea G.P.O. Pitman's Shorthand rapidly taught Arithmetic, Book-keeping, etc Success guaranteed. Ladioe or Gentlemen.—Mr. Harris, Short- hand School. 2Z. New Oxford-etreet. Swan- ga. MCT PRIVATE TU IT TON in FrencH, German, Italian. Spanish, Latin. Book-keeping, shorthand, TSrpewr-.ting, Arithmetic. etc. Thorough and rapid preparafii<w for ex. am in anions and business. Translataoos and Foreign Correspondence —Otwald Korth, Author of Commercial Spanisk Grammar, 1. Kensington-terrace, Swansea Sat TeL No. 626 Xd-b. PITMAN'S Shorthand.—^Expert Tuition p givem by Fred W ilkie, 36, St. George s- terrace. Swansea. Individually or in classes. Terms moderate 122p8-9 L.A. EXAMINATION, ST. ANDREW'S.— • Correspondence Preparation in St- George's Classes, Edinburgh (Eetab. 1876). In- dividual attention StafF of experienced Spec- ialists. Inclusive fees. Pass course (20 lee- sons), R2 2s. Honours Oourse (25 lessons), £ 3 3.; Fees payable by instalments,—Full Per- "e [ culars from the Secretary, 5, MelviMe-etreet, Edinburgh. 162p8-21 STAMMERING—Genuine Instructions. Suf- ST ferers write, enclosing addressed enve- lope, to Speech. "Daily Post," Swansea. 223p8-14 P1 IRLS' BOARDING & DAY SCHOv^, X DUMBARTON. BRYN-Y-MOR ROAD. SWANSEA. N Principal—MISS GARLICK, A.C.P., Assisted by Certificated Resident French nd English Governesses and Viåting PIO- "ssors. "T r>i'mls prepared for all Public Examina- tions. The House is vr,ll situaied in its own grounds, close to beach and parks. MUSlCAU ACAD m OF MUSIC. 100, >iLTER j-iD, S..ANSEA. MISS FLORENCE L. A.R.A.M.. A.R.C.M., and MISS MINNIE M. FRICKER, L,R,A,M., A.K.C.M. (JANCER HOSPITAL (FREE) LCLHAM-ROAD, LONDON, S. Patients seen daily on their own applica- li at TWO O'CLOCK. Funds urgently needed for General Ex- .enfes and for the Research De-pi-' ?nt. Secretary—FRED. W. tt- -—— npiss' Constitution Balls j- For Grease, Swelled TESTIMONIAL. HAPCOC Legs- Cracked Heels, fill I yRij Coughs, Colds, Sore Fairfield, Throats, Disordered Liver, Broken Wind, Influenza, Kendal. Loss ot Appetite Sec., &c., r A i.i.1 for Hide bound, Star- J bave,f0"^f-nft|A ing toat. Hove or s; '•nawauies-g cattle I couia diticning. Preserving Health, procure,parnou- Scouring in Calves. &c. arly for bcour- For Rot Q|. FlukCi and ing in Calves. 1 llAAl^ for keeping in health, w Armstrong UllU V U Assisting to get into VT- ARMSTRONG. J* condition, Scouring in Lambs, & a Prepared upwards of 50 years, by the late Francis Cuplss, M.R.C. V.S., Diss, Norfolk Sold in pickets i/q and 3/6 each 7 small packets 10/6 or 7 large 21 by Chemists and Medicine Vendors or irom Francis Cupiss, Ltd., THJi WILDERNESS DISS, on receipt of amount. PIANOS & ORGANS MOST LIBERAL TERMS FOR CASH OB CREDIT. Pianos from 18 to 95 Guineas may be had on our Easy Hire Purchase System from 10/6 per month. Organs from 5 to 75 Guineas, discount for cash. and from or per month. Our 18-Guinea Piano still the best value offered for Cash. Pianos taken in exchange Pianos Tuned and Repaired. Brader &§oih, Lti. 9, WIND STREET SWANSEA. —r -1 ASK YOUR GROOS. FOR A SAMPLE PACKET OF DOROTHY UMKN GLAZE. Mmm will be deUgktd. It poUabas Calks mui Collara lite Ivory iasuntly ud prsaenee tte Umk. DHIOT froa all othar», It mm aat bs pat ii tlMi sltrok, ii the starch SOLD EVERYWHERE in id. Mi jd bm*M. 8AM PLE FREE PEB wf Matera i BIRMINGHAM FOOD SUPPLY C«., Ltd., VICTORIA WORKS BIRMINGHAM TRADE NOTICE. C. ROWLAND, CONTRACTOR TO THE SWANSEA HARBOUR TRDSTEES, RAILWAY HAULIER AND SHIPPING CONTRACTOR TO THE RfiuNDDA AND SWANSEA BAY RAIL v. AY CO. and RAILWAY HAULIER TO THE MIDLAND AND LONDON AND NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY COMPANIES. 9, FISHER STREET. CARRIAGE WORKS, FISHER-STREET, SWANSEA.. Telepittis -04 JOHN JONES & Co., HIGH-CLASS YAN AND CARRIAGE BUILDERS. ORDERS FOR NEW WORK. GENERAL REPAIRS, PAINTING, TRIMMING, Ac.. PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. MOTOR CAR INSPECTION PIT PROVIDED Aim REP AIlt XECUTED. NO HOUSE EQUALS DOWN & SON FOR RELIABLE FU R N T T U RE, THEY ARE THE IM-RGESI MAKERS BY MACHINERY LN WALES. HAVE THE MOST EXTENSIVE STOCK TO SPAXXT FROM, AND GIVE Tag BEST POSSIBLE VALUE. Carpets Made and Laid Free. ESTABLISHED NEARL V HALF A CENTURY. HIGH STREET & MORRIS LANE, Swaksea. .a.. jf THE WORLD!1S FAMILY MEDICIIIE. I THE WORLD'S FAMILY ME33WSHE. A family medicine is a necessity. The human body is aa intricate piece B of machinery which is easily put out o! order* and unless the wrong be righted 8 in its early stages a general breakdown is certain. The wise keep the ■ World's Family Medicine always at hand, and this is acknowledged to be I BEECHAM'S I PILLS f A do £ 2 taken when ailments arise will qtricldy remove the cause of the fl trouble* and good health will speedily be restored. I They cleanse the System, regulate and toae up the digsetsve org»osf and ■ stimulate the Liver and Kidneys to healthy action. I Always keep BEECHAM'S PILLS in the house, and as occasion letjttfres I take a dose, and you will enjoy perennial good health. I Worth a Guinea a Box. | Sold everywhere in box* price I Hi (56 piOs) & 2/9 (168 pills). B< World's Family Medicine always at hand, and this is acknowledged to be I MF m BEECHAM'S I '?" II Ii Ø4 I PILLS f M A duE: taken when ailments arise will qtricldy remove the cause of the fl g trouble. and good health will speedily be restored. I They cleanse the System, regulate and toae up the digsetsve orp»s, and ■ N stimulate the Liver and Kidneys to healthy action. I tB Always keep BEECHAM'S PILLS in the house, and as occasion letjttfres I take a dose, and you will enjoy perennial good health. I a Worth a Guinea a Box. | _ft Sold everywbere in box-. price I Hi (56 pills) ct 2/9 (IU pills). i I,. ^————- NiATH AND DISTRICT BILT.C- ING COMPANY.—Late T. WalL Ofia«B ASSE jii'LY PjOOMf?, NEATH. M&nager—J. ,.¡. ROBlNbo.N,, I*ames and Proprietors of the best Posting Station* in Neath and Di&trict. t> Nature's Perfect Remedy for all kinds of Worms. w I) R M LOZENGES tor over 30 years this highly Valuable Remedy has met with the greatest success. The effect upon Weak, Delicate Children (often given up as incurable) is like Magic. Getting rid of his tormenting peste by tat- J iag these Lozenges, .he thin, pale-faced in- animate Child becomes strong, healthy, and lively, the pride instead of the anxiety of his guardians. Llangennech, near Llanelly, August 30th, 1872. Dear Sir,—My youngest daughter,, Emma, Ann, 13 years of age, got rid of a great nnm- ber of worms by taking only three or tour A Williams' (Pontardawe) Worm Lozengas. f I am glad to say that she has much improved in heahh, being previously lingering ana delicate in health.—Yours very truly, MARTHA GRIFFITHS, Late of Yniepenllwch. SYMPTOMS. — Any of the following Symptoms indicate worms :—Variable appe- tite, foetid breath, acid eructations, pains in the stomach and head, sickness, grinding 01 the teeth during sleep, d.'earns and restless- ness, paleness of the countenance, stitches in the side, short dry cough, and emaciation oi the bodv, often mistaker for decline, ner- vousness, slow fever, and irregular pulse faintness, sometimes convulsive fits often causing sudden dizziness, sore throa. and inflammation of the bowels. The abovs symptoms vary according to the kind of Worms. The Lozenges contain nothing detrimental to the constitution, and are suitable for ttJi ages. Williams' (Pontardawe) Worm Lozenges are prepared from .he Original Receipt by JOHN DAVIES, M.R.P S., Chemist, 20 Tliffh-street, Swansea, and sold by most "Lists .t 9JJ.. IMA, "d 2* 9d. per box; by post 14 and 34 stamps. Protected bv the Government stamp on which are <=n graved the words "Williams' Worm Loz- enges." THE ABEIIA-VON and PORT TALBOT T BILL "POSTING COMPANY Undertake BILL-POSTING AND ADVELx.—.J In all its Branches. THE UNIVERSAL BILL PUo.i.vG CO. Rent the LARGEST POSTING STATIONS on all Tram Routes in Swaasea and District. Also Sites in the Mumbles, Sketty, Gower- ton, Gorseinon, King's Bridge, Morriston, Liansajxiiet, etc. Distribution of Samples, Booklets, and L..ts carefully attended to by reliable men. Otti0ee-28. LOWER UxUON STREET, SWANSEA. THE 'CAMBRIAN' PRINTING WORK, 211, High St., Swansea, Are equipped with every MODERN APPLIANCE HIGH CLASS WORK, as used in Works, Factories, Public Institutions, Offices, Businesses, and by Private Families. Inspection is iavited of an extesaira range of sam pies of POSTERS, HANDBILLS, WINDOW BILLS, TICKETS and PROGRAMMES. CLUB RULES and CARDS, TIME TABLES and TIME SHEETS, SALE BILLS, BUSINESS CIRCULARS, i. BILLHEADS, PARCEL LABELS and TAGS, I -1 IB LOOR AND CO., ADVERTISING CONTRACTORS 0 and BILL POSTERS. CHIEF AGENCY FOR WALES. All descriptions of Advertising, Circular Distribution, etc., promptly attended tD. Office—20, CALVERT-STREET, SWANSEA. PICTON MEWS, DILLWYN-STREET, SWANSEA. LL. & T. BULLIN. Cabs always ready. Wedding Carriage* wxui suitable Horses. Funeral Carriages Complete. B t^ B M J The Physician's I I 1 I I I ■ 1 9 Cure for Gout, B M m 9 M Rheumatic Oout and Gravel. The Universal Remedy for Acidity of the Stomach, Headache, Heartburn, Indigestion, an° most Sour Eructations, Bilious Afieciaons. Enective Aperient for Regular 1 7-. DINNEFORDS MAGNESJA s