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PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS SOUTH WALES DAILY POST. WOBD3. ONCE. J | SIX TIMES. JO Words 0 6 0 9 10 y r — words I 0 9 I 1 0 I 16 lIO Words I 10 I 1 6 I 2 3 to Words I 1 3 I 2 6 I :3 i' t0 Words i 1 « I a 0 j 8 r These charges apply only to the classes of Ad- vertisement specified below, and are strictly con- lined to those which are ordered for consecimve insertion, and paid for previous to insertion: if either of these conditions are not competed with, the Advertisement will be charged by the Business Scale:—Apartments, Situations Vacant or Wanted, To be Let fir Sold, Log, Found, and Miscellaneous Wants, npECIAL Notice.-Applicants Bending replies Ð to Advertisements addressed to initials or fictitious names, at this Office, are requested not to «end original testimonials with their applica- tions, but to enclose copies of testimonials on ly. notice; The South Wales Daily Post will be delivered direct to subscribers from the Chief Offices, High-street, Swansea., at the following PREPAID RATES:- Per Messenger. Per Post, e.df s. d. One Month. i 6 3 0 Three Months 4 0 7 a Six Months. 7 6 8O"" 14 0 Twelve Months 14 0 26 0 Any irregularity in the delivery should be anade known immediately at the Chief Offices. SITUATIONS VACANT, I you Want a Servant advertise in the "South Wales Daily Post," and you will be quickly supplied, It ANTED Young Man to deliver Confectionery. —Apply personally to Richards, 35, High- street. 1516 WANTED an intelligent Office Boy, abln to write.; —Apply The Manager, South. Wales Daily Post" Office, High-street, Swansea. n STRONG Lad wanted, with goodcharacter. ks Apply Stevens, Butcher, Mount Fieaoant. Swansea. P6760 COACH PAINTER wanted, first class man; Trads. Unionist preferred, — Apply W. Peasley, Manager, Coachbuilding Company, Pontypridd. a760 WANTED Strong Lads able te write.—Apply The Manager, "Daily Post," Swansea. WANTED Nursemaid with good character, and fond of children seven in family.—Mrs. S., M. Office of South Wales Daily Post,' Swansea. » ANTED an Errand Boy.-Apply South'WftU^ _VV Daily Post," High-atreet, Swansea. nt WANTED, a good General Servant in gentle- man's family. Characte* must bear strict in- vestigaticn.—MM. G., c.o. Daily Post" Office, Swansea, B i WANTED, situation as General Sarvaat or ▼ T Housemaid; three years with present family. *—A.C.F., Daily Post Office, Swansea. n "lrTTTANTKT) position as general Office Clerk first ,> ▼ V class correspondent and book-keeper excel- lent references.—Address Commil," Daily Post," Swansea. ANTED Respectable Boy, who knowrSvanSS well. — Apply W.P.J., Office df this imper. 727a TEA TFADtS.—Wanted Yeuag Man for ooanter and soliciting; one with connection will be liberally dealt with. State aH particulars.K.. Daiiy Post*" a149 CARPENTERS and Joinersar* requested to keep away from Neath and district. Strike on. 1503 SMART Boys Wanted to take Newspaper Rounds; good weekly wages paid.—Apply Publisher, "South Wales Dailv Post." i_ IT AW,—Wanted immediately a Clerk a.up" oft, L managing a large County Court praotiee to a very compete; t man a permanent situation and a good salary is oftered,-Apply bjiettec only te J.-Viner, ^Xeeder, Swansea.. a786 AfiKNTS Wanted in Swansea tint! th«sur»<>cnmn«rt»wtis, to start BENSON'S WATOH CLUBS for thesupply elgood, sound *nd reliable timekeeper* »ta moderateprise. Terms liberal Particulars and pamphlet post fiw. J. W. BENSON, Originator of the Club System (46y«u»aEo).08 nd64. LU DGATE HILL, LONDON. M.C SITUATIONS WANTAID. NGAGEMENT wanted as Beek-keeper in Steam Laundry by lady who has been a governess would give a month.—" A," Daily Post" Qtice, .Swanae. 770a MISCELLANEOUS. jlf you have a House to Let, or have any Article for Sale, or if you are in Want of anything, advertise in the "South Wales Daily Post," and you will obtain quick and satisfactory results. FREEDMAN and Son.— Ariston Organ, 26s., with six of the latest tunes.—7. CaatlQ-street. FREEDMAN and Son.—Concertina, 3s. 9d., usual price 6s. 9d, good tone.—7, Castle-street. FBEEDMAN and Son,—Table Knives, handles warranted not to come off, 5s. 9d. half-dozen. "|7\REEDMAN and Son.—Tea Spoons, Is, 6d. baff- Æ dozen, and warranted to retain their colour. ^TT^REEDMAN and Son.—Table Spoons, warranted 1 .J:. to keep their colour, 4-s. 9d. half-doaen, "TT^REEDMAN and Son.—Dessert Spoons, warranted ,JP to keep their colour, 3s. 9d. half-dozen. Li^KEEDMAN and Son.—Dessert Knives, fast handles warranted, 3s. 9d. half-dozen. I *C>REEDMAN and Son.—Table Porks, warranted to ■X? keep their colour, 4-s. 9d. half-dozen. FREEDMAN. and Son.—Deseett Porka, warranted ■J- to keep their colour, 3s. 94. kali-dozen. ITMiEEDMAN and Son. —Musical 1 fc>x, H'i usual price, £ 4 10s. 8 airs,—7, Castle-street.' FREEDMAN and Son.—SilverWaltham Lever Watch, 50s, five years warranty.—7, Castla- street, IjiREEDMAN and Son.—Bell Organ, £ 10 10s. secondhand; cost £ 2C.—7, Castle-street. X^REEDMAN and Son.—Russell Silver Lever, £4- 4s.; 10 years' warranty cost £ 6,—7, Castla- etreet. FREEDMAN and Son.—Lady's Silver Ueneva W atch. iSs. 6d. 2 years' warranty cost 3C$. FREEDIIAN and Sou.—Gentleman's hall-marked Silver Albert, 5s. 6d.; usual price 10s. 6d. FREEDMAN and Son,—Nine carat Gold Curb Albert, 50s. cost £ 3 lQs.—7, Castle-street. FREEDMAN and Son.—Alarm Clocks, good time- keepers, Zs. lid. each 7, Castle-street, FREEDMANjand Son,—Cruet, 4 bottles, cut glass, 12s. 6d. cosu 21a,—7, Castle-street. p^EEDMAN,1Son,— Accordeon, 6s. 6d, loud _tone, worth 10s. 6d., bargain.—7, Castle-street. Jp/1 /■ | Sunbeam Safety Bicycle, Dun- JL Vfe- °P Pneumatic Tyres; Carter's ? and every improvement; quite new, price list free—Abbott, College-street, Swansea. *711 i?l|| 1 d\ Lady's Humber Safety Bicycle, 3* -1-nV fVS. quite new; cushion tyres; list price price lists of Humbers free,—Abbott, College-street Swansea. 71i O *3 f Invincible Safety Bicycle, ball S. bearings. Nice light machine.- Abbott, College-street, Swansea. a7ll ANY Persons requiriag Ground for stalls opposite station at the Mumbles, apply to Mrs. Phillips 2l, Dyvatty-street, Swansea. 757 "1%/¥ ARQUEES, Tents, tlagg> Tarpaulings, int-t for J^jL hire, Eisteddfodau, Shows, Banquets, &e. all canvas goods made to order. Jonathan Jones, Swansea, a 753 HILL'S, 5, lligh-itreet. is the Ofcoapest Bonm in Swansea, for watch and clock repairs. A" jobs tested and warranted before leaving tha premises. OVELY Parcel,—Flush, VelveT Satin, Broead^ —one, Is. 6d-; two, 2s. 3d. Large Baaaar Paroel» Bplendidly assorted for charitable purposes, Sa. 800' crazy pieces, 2s. 6d—Worth, 19^ Godolphia-road, London, W. 75* IMPORTANT.-If you require year Pteauaaf Pitted throughout in Modern Style, and for all Trades, call at Parnall and Sons, Ltd,, 12, Alexandra-road, Swa sea. The Largest Shop Pitters in ttudu&fdein; J)v wings and Estizbates Free z distenwi *9 1820. IF you are married, or contemplating taking this* important step, we will send you valuable infor-, .[nation, which you ought to know. Catalogue and .pamphlet (1 stamp).-Addresl S. W, Kerr, WandsS Los doit.ft.Ws bU £ i PUBLIC NOTICES. THE K M P I R E MONDAY, May 21st, 1894, and during the Week. CLIFF RYLAND, The Man of Eccentric Notions. A laugh is worth a hundred greans in any, market." These pretty girls, sweet singers, and most excellent dancers, the SISTERS WRIGHT, Scotch Lassies. MISS AGNES HAZEL, When you're out alone." THE DURHAMS, Clever variety entertainers. Miss EMILY LYNDALE, Serie-Comedy Songstress and Dancer. The Quintessence of Characteristic Comedy- FRED POPLAR, With Original Songs and business. introducing bis Latest Loudon Hit-" A WOMAN'S HONOUR," a new dramatic scena in which he will have the assistance of Miss MARIE HEATON and other Auxiliaries. The Bisters AGNES and ROSE ASHER, Comediennes, Vocalists, and Dancers. Miss AcNEa is a perfect little prodigy. The Immensely Popular- O'M ALLEYS, Great ia Burlesque" The Raven doth not hatch a lark," but the O'Malleys do. Doors open at 6.30 and 8.30. Admission: —Private Boxes,7s. 6d. Single Seats, 2s.; Stalls, Is.; Balcony, 6d.; Pit. 4d,; Gallery, 2d. Q A PEL GOMER, SWANSEA A GRAND CONCERT will be held on THURSDAY, MAY 24TH, 1894, when Sir W. Sterndale Bennett's "MAY QUEEN" will he performed by the CHAPEL CHOIR, assisted by the following artistes :— Soprano. Miss MAGGIE DAYIES. Contralto. Miss MARY DAVIES. Tenor. Mr. MALDWYN HUMPHREYS. Bass. Mr. DAVID HUGHES. Accompanists:—Miss Westlake, Medallist RAM., and Mr. T. D. Jones, Morriston. Conductor:—Mr. W. EVANS. rReaened area, 4s.; Balcony reserved, 3s.; Side Area unreserved, 2. Balcony unreserved, Is. Doors open at 7.15, to commenae at 8 p.m. GRAND Dog and Cage Bird Show at Neath, on June 7th. Schedules, Stanley Elt, Neath. a770 SITUATIONS WANTED. f yet# are out a Situation advertise in the South Wales Daily Post," and you will soon be in employ- ment, GOVERNESS,—A highly-educated Yonng Lady desires an appointment as Governess in gentle- man's family English, French, German, Music and Drawing. Unexceptional testimonials of ability.- M.A.G., Daily Post" Office Swansea. TIT'ANTED bjTaT respectable Young Person a v f situation in Confectionery or any light busi- ness 2 years good references age 21 Swansea pre- ferred-—Miss Griffiths, c.o. Mrs. Dunbebin, Haltou, near Raacom, Cheshire. 742a J TO BE LET. HOUSE to Let, 23, Trafalgar-terrace, contaming JtLJL sittitg-room, dining-room, 6 bedrooms, bath- room two kitchens, electric bells, and spacious back. -Apply W, Leahy, 22, Trafalgar-terrace, Swansea. a738 TO LKT, with immediate possession, No. 48 Carlton-ierrace 10 rooms, hot and cold bath; recently painted and papered throughout.—Apply J McAvera Castle-street TO LET immediately in central position of Swan- sea, large Warehouses, Stores and Stables. Also after Michaelmas next, a good Shop and premises.—Apply S. Joslyn, Commercial Chambers. Goat-street. Swansea, 1495 L —— FOR SALE. » If you have a Heuse, Horse, Bicycle, Trycle, Piano, Perambulator Cow, Cart, Watch, Wardrobe, Organ, Piano, Melodeen, Organette, or any other conceivable article, advertise in the "South Wales Baily Post," and you will reach thousands of likely customers l^OR SALE, a 8 Room House at Bay-street, Mambies.—Apply Morris, Builder, Mumbles. FOR Sale, a Perambulator in goad condition, almost new will sell for £ 2 10s.—Apply A.B., Daily Pest" Offioc, Swansea. u FOR SALB, a few cwts. of clean waste i an jr. — Apply MIkaobb, Daily Post" Office. TWO new four-roomed Houses for Sale by private .JL treaty, situate at Green-street, Morriston,— For further particulars, apply to Walters & Johns, Contractors, Morriston. 77la ir ONGMAN, Cross-street, holds the largest stock of L New and Second-hand Harness in Wales, at prices to suit everybody. A^FBTY for Sale, 1694 cu hion, diamond, made tT" O order.; sacrifice £ 5 10s., worth £ 16.—Write A761 South Wales Daily Post," Swansea, 761a ARISTOTLE'S WORKS, Complete Coloured Plates; genuine edition; 30 stamps. "Parisby Night, or Gay Life in Paris" (illustrated), 30 stamps, post free.—E. Bowier, 27, Rwushaw-street, Liverpool. Patronise the OM Firm. Established 1832. a580 APARTMENTS. If you have Apartments or Lodgings to Let advertise in the "South Wales Daily Po t," and your rooms will soon be taken. BOARD and Residence. — Advertiser, having a larger house than he requires, can receive one or two Gentlemen as members of the family on very moderate terms, combined with all the comforts of home references exchanged.—Address 24, Traialgai- terrace, Swansea. APARTMENTS or Lodgings to Let in respect-able pari: of Swansea, Bathroom and every home Croifort.—Mrs. F., Ofliee of the South Wales Daily Post," High-street, Swansea. n APARTMENTS,—Two wtli-fnruisUed Rooms to Let; suit-able lor a married couple; splendid view of the sea and Mumbles lighthouse.—Matron, Of Daily Post'' Office, Swansea. n; TO LST, Comfortable Apartments joining Cricket Grounds excellent view of the bay see house- keeper—^Bryn-road^ a754 ob JpACTS AKB STUBBORN THINGS." LLEWELYN'S RHEUMATIC AND GOUT MIXTURE. U recommended to the afflicted with confidence as th most valuable Medicine sver compounded for the follow ng complaints Gout ltheumatic Gout, Uheumati lienducle, Neuralgia, 4c. Bead the following bona fide Testimonial18, Vivian street, Swansea.—Dear Sir, 1 hay. suffered from the pain- ful malady, Rheumatism, for seven years, and tried various remediM, but can confidently itffirm that I have derived more benefit from one bottle of Hheumatic and Gout Mixture than all others put together. Make tnis widely knswn for the benefit of others who may be suffering from the same complaint.—Yosis truly, Jjjs. Honbx. 'io .sir LLThwrnaa. Bottles, at Is. ll^d.,2?. 9d., 4s. 6d. Prepared only by LL. THOMAS. A.F.S. Chemist, Morriston Wholesale Agent, Swansea.-ju Da Tie., Chemist High-street. THE WEST END FUNERAL FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT, rlglrLLI WB FARADS (Opposite Hospital) T H. SPRING Invites attention to his facilities for carry- ing out of Funerals to All Parts, with all Modern Requirements, at STRICTLY MODERATE PRICES, L EDWARDS' I! FOR DRESS M A T E R I A I. S I This Day there is being shown a n SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF ALL THE LATEST MODES IN Coloured and Black Dress Materials, Silks, Brocades, Velvets, Satins, Tweeds, &c. Ladies will do well by inspecting the Magnificent Stock which we at present hold in this department. Sole Agent for E. Butterick & Co.'s Paper Patterns in all thj Latest Styles. EDWARDS, 94, 95, 96,OXFORD STREET: 15 16 17 WATERLOO STREET; and L 3- 4 & 5 PARK STREET SWANSEA, ^mmM^^ r* 4 T Tm mr A TinmTAVT T. OWEN & COMPANY 72 Q XFORD "gTREET SWANSEA. THE BESPOKE TAILORS 'J C N F-A E I. ri F. c £ s. 6d to 80s. OVERCOATS, 30s. to 603. TROUSERS TO MEASURE from 9s. 6d.to 21s. TFETTT COMPLETE SET, £ 1 is. To £ 10 103, TWTTT X XSINGLE TEETH 2s. 6< to 10& 6i X SURGEON "n r\ \\T AT 4, OXFORD-ST,, dentist, Jc • U VV hi IN > wansea Continues to supply the public with Genuine American Teeth and Painless Dentistry, under the management of the older-established and well-known Dentists. TEETH.—Perfection in eatiRgand speaking. TEETII.—Perfectly natural and life-like in appearance. Warranted to give every satisfaction. Consultations Free Daily from 9 to 7. j WHITSUiST HOLIDAYS. TRA. VELLING TRUNKS At Reduced Prices. • JENKINS AND CO., IRONMONGERS. 89, OXFOED STREET, 9 & 10, PARK STREET, SWANSEA. MAZAfATTEE WILL REMIND YOU OF THE 1 CHOICE CHINA TEAS OF THIRTY YEARS AGO. £ "CERTIFICATE OF ANALYSIS." I hereby certify that I have submitted to a most rigorous chemical analysis a sample of Lewis Rheumatic Essence,' and find that it has been prepared in a thoroughly scientific manner from the most effective and potent remedial agents known to modern science. At the same time it is free from poisonous constituents and all undesirable anaobjeotionableadmixture, and lam confidently ofoninion that it may be taken with the best results m the cases of Rheumatism, Gout, Saiatica, Lumbago, Stiff I Joints, Swollen Limbs, Pains in the Sides and Baoks, and all Kidney Disorders *uch a scientific research as that to which Lewis Rheumatic: Essenee" has been placed provos that it is an undoubted blessing to suffering humanity, and I consider that it is impossible for it to fail in its ohWt CRANVILLE ^iAliP«, RC.S., M.S.C.I., &c, &c Late^rmcipal of the^ wjool Colff e7f Chemistry. Of all Clemists, &c., at 9d per bottle. Agents for Swansea—Davies. Chemist High-street; Chemist, Oxford-street, &c.,&e. 1 Cantion.—None are genuine without the name, Lewis TTddrndu M Id ON EY. IF YOU 1, T MONEl. ArPLY TO THE SWANSEA FINANCE COMPANY; LIMITED, 16, GOAT STREET, SWANSEA. LOANS made upon BORROWER'S OWN NOTE OF HAND, without delay, and all transactions kept strictly private. Ort No Fees. No Finks. CASH ADVANCED for long or short periods, or, if necessary, the TO amount borrowed and interest can be rqpaid by Easy Instalments to suit 4? Convenience of Borrowers. V COUNTY COURT EXECUTIONS and Distresses for Rent paid out. THE COMPANY'S TEliAiS ARE REASONABLE. No Cbarge made unless business is done. For further particulars apply to ,d: A. E. GASH, Manager, 16, GOAT STREET, SWANSEA, A nVASCKD by I, S5LINE, from £ 5and upwards I y oni^Zual security, to all classes, repayable to suit tWconve^iience of borrowers. Distance no object.- Apply perwnally or by letter, 8. UE STREET S warlse. "]** OK BY J EST ON -p^OTiS Of JJ AN D THE NATIONAL MERCANTILE BANK, BALDWIN Si KhiiT, ilBlSXOL. The Di ui!s olfl-oftabliBhcd. well-known office, havin £ Lnrg availaule funds, i>ffer unusuat faoiiiiies toai respectable «nd trustworthy peisons who require cither temporary <*rprrrianeTit Assistance. .in UIUOLII1,'T £ 2Cto £ 3.000 i# «dvanwitin ail i>ai t.s o f oareties, iielay, or publicity, and on the security only oxt^o boriuw tr's written promise to re-pay. l'heseaiivances tuay be re-paid by weekly, monthly, or quarterly mstannents, extending over a period of timeconvenienttotbeborrower; or tn. principal may remain so long as the interest is paid. » of Sale taken, and the transactions are notpub- ished in any newspaperor gazette. Apply, stating amount equired. to y Mli. T. C. MILBUKN, General Manager. NOTE.-Specially advantageous terms for Loan oil Life Insurance Policies, Kever.ions, and Second Mortgage 85 13 CALVEKT STKjBKX, SWANSEA. £ 3 TO £300 ADYANCKD ON PROMISSORY NOTB. Own Name-only required. Advances same day as applied for. SOUTH WALES ADVANCE CO" Jè, CALVIiltX STHEET SWANSEA. B. BBHIiUNS. Manager. YOU ARE WANTING PHOTOGRAPHS Then WHY NOT get the BEST ? ARCHIBALD GOLDIE'S Photographs are acknowledged to be the best M AX," L S^U D9444, 95ti Mansel STRUT, Swansea1 <aaa&EBA,<& FEVERS PEEYENTEQ, 44 QAN IT AS' jy lS INF ECTAN T S k-fl- Kill All (DjseaseJGerms. Fragrant^^on-poiaonous, and do not stain. Fluid, Oil, Emulsion, Powder and Soaps, and Appliances for all purposes. SEND FOR PAMPHLET. The SANITAS Co., 'Ld., Bethnal Green London, E. j —— — uu tiia <jQTei-nment stamp I SAFETIES SAFETIES SAF12TI3S k? Write for mos toemptett List in the trade Post Free, containing over ojO New and second- hand Machines, all the latesi patterns. Machines frem253. Cheapest and best in the World. Trade II supplied. iOper cent, cheaper than other makers Large List Port Free.—W. R. Warrilow, Regent Cycle W orki, Weston-super-mara. D ilirs- A. A L L E N'S •^TORLD'S H A I R RES TOR E R. Restores the natural colour and is perfection. The best is always the cheapest IT 18 NOT A DYE, but acts directly on the roots of the hair, giving them the natural nourishment required. TrDT OLLOWAY'S PILLS AND OINTMENT THE BEST MEDICINES FOR FAMILY USS. THE PILLS PUItli Y THE iSLOOi), and Corteci all Disorders ot the Lmtemal Organs, In til Ccmt'laiiits Incidental to femalM way Alii: INVALUABLE. THE OINTMENT IS THE MOST KELIABLE REMEDY for Chest and Tiiroat Affections, Gout, lilieuriatitni, Sti;ff Joints, Old Wuundi, Sores, Ulcers, AND ALL SlUN DISEASES. B E E C H A M S PILLS. WORTH A GUINEA A BOX. For females of all ages these Pills are invaluable, as a few doses of them carry off all humours, and bring about all that is required. No female should be without them. There is no medicine to be found to equal BRECHAM'S PILLS for removing any obstruction or irregularity of the system. If taken according to the directions given with each box, they will soon restore iemales of aU ages to IIOtmd and robust he&ltb. For a weak stomaah, impaired digestion, and all disorders oftlw liver, they act like raagie, and a few èøøø will be found to woek wamtlert in the ant inpoet-wat ergan in the bttman machine. Uuey stEcngtkaa the wJWo muaenlar system, rwten Uw loopint ssaplnita, taring, bask the keen of acetate, sad mmmim iato aotaon, mth the v*ole ph^aifal «M^er of the hiunea fcanut.aad oa»^f hMt. psinwlns to the Ker- rexs is. WfpgllW SIP A-w-im iipiiwi -mmmm* ■! npi mm BHBOKJJffS MAGH&^OCOGK MjSs. 4»a tw»e4»;«>r mfUj lOW abed 'JIIv>tIØ rarawed. > Prepared only by tà8 proprietor, yhaq»fta Baeeharo St. Helen So Lansashire, in boxes at 84., Is. 1&&. and 2s. 3d each. Sold by all Druggists and Patent Medicine Ueaiac vervvvbere. 1. W HIT S l) N HOLIDAYS, 1894. CHEAP MARINE EXCURSIONS FROM SWANSEA, BY THE FAST SALOON MAGNIFICENT STEAMER, ALEXANDRA (Wind and other circumstances permitting). Monday, May 21st, to Ilfkacombe and Lyn- mocth. Leaving Swansea at 8.30 a.iia.; Lynmouth at 4 p.m.; llfracombe at 6 p.m. TUESDAY, May 22nd, to Ilfracombh and CLOVELLY. Leaving Swansea at 8.30 a.m.; Clovellv at 4 p.m. iii'racornbe at 6 p.m. Wednesday, May 23rd, to Iifkacombe and Tenby. Leaving Swansva at 7,30 a.ru.; llfra- combe for Tenhjs 10 a.m.; Tenby or lUracombe, j 4.30. p.m.; returning to Mumbles on Thursday at, 10 a.m. THURSDAY, May 24th, Special Half-holiday trip r to Ilfracqmbk. Leaving Mumbles at 4 p.m.; llfracombe at 7.30p.m., direct to Swansea: return fare, 2a. 6d. Saturday, May 26th, to Ilfracombe and LYN- mouth. Leaving Swansea at 3.c0 a.m.; Lynmouth at 4 p.m.; llfracombe at 6 p.m. Sunday, May 27th, to Tknby. Leaving Swan- sea ..t 10 a.m., calling off Mumbles at 10.15 a.m.; leaving Tenby at 6 p.m. for Mumbles and Swan- iea. RETURN Fares :—IlEracombe. Saloon, 3s. 6d. Fore Cabin. 2s. 6d. Lynmouth or Clovelly; Saloon, 5s., Tenby; Saloon, 3s. 6d.; Fore Cabin, 2s. 6d. Season Tickets, £ 1 lc. rickets and Refreshments may be obtained on Board. Notice.—The Owners will not hold themselves responsible for the safety of any Passenger or intending Passenger embarking or disembarking from this Steamer. Please cross the bridge at Caster-place for the Alexandra Wharf, West Peir, Full particulars may be had of Mr. Charles Strick.—Omces, 15, Goat-street, Swansea. Pookett's Bristol Channel Steam Packet Co., Ltd. MARINE EXCURSIONS FROM SWANSEA BY THE VfS J F A S 8 n X O E R SALOON r VELINDRA. The only Excursion Steamer in the Bristol Channel Classed A-l Lloyds. The" V elindra" holds a Buard of Trade Certiticate equal to that of any Steamer in existence for Bristol Channel service down to Milford on the one one side and Newquay in Corn- wall on the other. (Weather and other circumstances permitting.) Monday, May 21st, at 7.30 r.m.—To ILFRA- combs and CLOVtLLY. Leaving CiOvelly at 4 p.m., and llfracombe at 6 u.m Tubsday. May 22nd, at 7.30 a.m.-To Ilfka- COVBB and LUXDY Island. Leaving Lundy at 4 p.m., and llfracombe at 6 p.m. Wednesday. May 23rd, at 7.30 a.m.—To Ilfha- comse and Clovelly. Leaving Clovelly at 4 p.m., and llfracombe at 6 p.m. THURSDAY, May 24th, at 7.30 a.m.—To Ilfea- combe and Lynmouth.—Leaving Lynmouth at 4.30 p.m., and llfracombe at 6 p.m. Friday, May 25th, at 7.30 a.m.-To Ilfracombe &ndLu.tDTlSLAND.Leaving Lundy at 4 p.m., and llfracombe at 6 p.m. Satckday, May 26:h, at 7.30 a.m.-To ILFRA- C'OiiB* and CLOVEJ.LY.—Leaving Clo elly at 4 p.m., and llfracombe at 6 p m, Ilfracombe Excuksion FAREs.-One day Best Cabin, 3s. 6d.; Fore Cabin, 2866<1. Saturday to Monday, Best Cabin, 5s. 6d.; P'or^e Cabin, 38. 6d. Ordinary Fares-Sin11e Best Cabin, 4:. 6d.; Fore Cabin, 3s. lieturn available for One Month, Best Cabin, 7s.} Fore Cabin. 5s. Excursion Fared io Clovelly. Lynmoctm, and Lundy Island, Best Cabin, os. Refresh- ments can ba had on board. Cheap Excursions to Barnstaple. Bideford, Exeter, Ilymouth, &C., every Saturday and MONDAY. BICYCLES! BICYCLES!! BICYCLES; P. T Si O W Gas, Steam, and Hot Water Enginaor, JG ICY CLE LYJAKER AND JJEPA1RER SKdWROOMS: WAS1) 4.IL SQUARE LY.,VOR.SEA WORKS: THOMAS STREE1 Bicycles made to order, repaired, and enamelled Pneumatife Tyres a speciality. Sittings and all accessories always in St02k Agent for the Coventry CROSS, ALLARe Co., and all the leading makers. Coventry Cross Ro-dster, diamond frame, pneumatic tyres, ball bearings, &c., £ ^103 Ailard do. do., all modern improvements £ lo, Good Serviceable Bicycles from £ .5. Second-hand Machines taken in exchange for New Ones. RJ^O ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS, The Largest Stock ot ,STEEL AND IRON JOISTS, PLATE GIRDERS Ts. Ls., CHAIN, &G,. Out of London. dawnats SOLID FIREPROOF FLOORING In UI8 27 years, C.WA SIDINGS, ROATH WORKS, ,4 BCHIBAIiD X 71, TPDOR-ROAP. CARDIFF, ItILLI&Msr MONTARJ)AW L I A a x Tr»i^aB»ili tir-*a«f^thUJxl|p»ry- TalaiU>h» wmedyhM laet vrtjik tlae greatest mwewi TKettw* fzt T>erteeta ChiUUszv (often given up u incurable) is uke gkL Qa%qgriiQfbLbf,-rmtv p su bytakingtiless, liMnMEUi tbsuib, psie-fsedd, iuaniiMte jchilfi become ttrsag^tealthy.iLad lively. Uu prtdeflast0»^otbhs anxiety ol hia^isartUjuis. "Sir,—some tins^-i your Aatlielmiatic WormLozengesia my tiaiily, wii Andthsma veryspasly aiideJicasiou,curo t.>t I\D"d,t,H, aai th jir .^Zra2 ible 4 i 1 cvnvenienLffnrm greiit reaatn.oxatiiat.ioii'jr— ilU'»ca:xi6>, Vicar of Ito vwl.ci. SALES BY AUCTION. Eastmoor Park, Clyne Common, Parish of Oystermouth, near Swansea. Important Sale of Freehold Residence and Land. MiiSsiiS. LOWES, SON i WATKINS have received instructions to SELL l,v PUBLIC AUCTION on WEDNESDAY, Aluy 23rd, 1394, at the Royal Hotel, High- f-treet, Swansea, subject to such conditions as shall then and there be produced, and which may be been at tLf, •Jflices of the Auctioneers seven days prior to the sale, al: that very desirable FREEHOLD KESIDENCE, known as Eastmoor Park, Clyne Common, now and for some time past in llie occupation of John G las brook. Esij. The Residence stands in its own gmundf, which a:e taste- fuliy laid out with lawns, guldens, und Z com[.lcle tennis court S, and oontdins by adineasuremeiit 4 acres or there- abouts. The Resilience has the following accommodation :— Gitot'Xi> tV.K>K.—Central bail and main staircase, drav. ing-room (28 x 20), dining-room, breakfast-room, library, 2 kitchens, butler's and china pantries, with hot and cold water, oitcps. and ftlircase leading to servants bedrooms. FIKSX FLorŒBedroom, 23 by 20, dressing-room, bed rooms, boudoir, bathroom, hot and oold water, and SiXO:\D FLOOI:.—2 bedrooms, day nursery, night do., linen-room, with proper fittings, and box room. Attach d to the House are a conveniently and well-con- structed conset. atory and vin»ry, 86 feet long, with heat lug apparatus; there are also extensive ou! bui>t:illgs, compris- ing h two-staiied stahle, coach-house, liarness, groom's room, carthouse, cowhouse, potting and tool houses, laundry, dairy, and ganicner's cottage. There is a splendid supply ofpi-ii-c water on the premises, and the gardens are well stocked with fruit tree8. The property, which has recently been at great expense enlarged, thoroughly renovated throughout, and improver. tor !he present tenant, is approached by a lliain road, and i, delightfully situated on an eminence ovei looking Swans-a Bay and the Bristol Channel, and is n-ithin 15 minutes o; the London mid North-Western and Oystermouth JtaiUva; Co.'s Stations, and thirty minutes from the town oi Swansea. owner of the prop?rty is entitled to the rights of pasturage over Civile Valley. Sale to commeife at 3 o'ciockin theafternoon. The Auctioneers beg t" call tiie- attentiun of person- desirmls of purchasing a country residence, it being seldom that an opportunity of this description presents ;t- self of acquiring premises so commodious and well- arranged, and s i charmingly situ -ted. Particulars and c'Jndition3 of sale, with oiders to view, may be obtained from the Auctioneers, at their offices. Heathtield Chambers, Swansea; or from Messrs, Jainet- Trevor and Son, Solicitors, Bridgwater. DatedMay 1st, 1894. Short Notice. Rhondda Holel, High-street. Swansea. JAMES and JAMES ate fatoured with instructions from Mr. Thomson (who is giving up business) to SELL by AUCTION on the above premises, TUESDAY, MAY 22nd, 1894, a large quantity of HOUSEHOLD' KCKNITCBE AND TRADE UTENSILS, Comprising Solid mahegany dining table, deal top do., inlaid do.. sitting-room chairs, large quantity of Windsor and otbei kitchen chairs, cane seated do., massive smoking do., solid mahogany-top iron-framed tables, carpets, linoleum, stair- cia: b, s-vc-ral brass rail bedsteads and palliasses, spring and wool mattresses, very handsome carved Spanish mahogany haif tester bedstead, several mahogany Duchess" "dressing tables and stands, several half-circular marble top wash stands and tables, swing glasses, mir, ors, overmantels, chests of drawers, sets "f ware, wall brackets, shelf and dresser, an imrAense quantity of useful crockery, kitchen tables, boilers, fuun- tains, kettles, aaucopans, steel fenders and irons, and the usu.v kitchen utensils, A large quantity of drinking titbies and settles, leather and plush-covered settees. stove and piping, large iron safe, E.P. meat covers, etc. THE TKADE LTENS.LS COMPRISE Beautifully painted China spirit kegs with plated taps, wire do., copper and pewter measures, tumblers, grog glasses, wine do., wine decanters, wars pints and qnar1 E.P. c.uk ilrawer, electric machine, copper muiler, tilter, kc., &.C. 801e to Commence at 11 o'clock promptly. Ct-.oris on view morning of sale. Terms -ash. Auctioneers' Offices, Gower-street and Dynevor-place, Swansea. Dated May 15th, 1394. THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1894. TO DAD:TMEN. FAliMEHS, BUTCHERS, &c. AT CEFNGOLS l AiiM, GOWKRTON, Within a iniie of Gowerton Stations of the G.W.R. and L. & N.W. Hailwan. HIGHLY IMPORTANT SPUING" SALE OF UV-E FAKMIXGSTOCK. MESSUS. BEYNON and MEAGER are instructed bv Mr. W. S. Richards to SELL by AUCTION at the above farm, on above date, without reserve, the following high.d1.lbs STOCK, viz.:— CATTLE.—10 Jersey cows and heifers, illtalf ani witt- cri,esat, foot (specially imported by the Auctioneers lor this sale), 12 cross-bred gbor:born milch cow s, with calves at fo.>t- and Ilcar calving; 10 tln»e year-old steers. 11 two-e&i- old steeii, 9 two year-old heifer*, 13 yearling- steers acd heift '>•, IS barren cows and heifers, 14 fat cows, beifers, steers. SHEEP.—47 Shropshire Down ewes and 70 lambs, Si Cardigan ewes .aid 33 iain'os, 20 fat lambs, 55 fat yearlings. HORSES.—Grey cart horse. Bow ler. tyears old, 16.2 h.h.. 13 cwt., warrallted in ail work and sound. &v cart horse, Captain, 5 rears old, lc.2 h.h., good in all harness. Chest- nut cart lioige, Albert, 5 years old, 16 warranted. cart Rattler, 7 years old, 16 good in chains and shafts. Bay can mare, Polly, aged. 16 good in ail work. Brown cart horse, Captain, aged, 16 h.h., gooll worker: Brown carriage horse. Dick, 4 years old, IS.1 h.b., (iiiiet in saddle and harness and bids fair to make a very siyiish carriage hoise. Brown Horse Colt, 3 years old, by Norwich (Queen s Premium), will make a Kood Galloway racer.Grey Horse Cob, Tom, 4 ve-v úid, 14 h.b., fast and quiet. Grey Hackney Fast Maie, 5 years old, 15.1 h,h., good in all harness. Bay Cob Maic, Lady, 4 years old, 14 h.h., good and quiet in saddle and harness. Five Cart Colts Cyearlingsand two year-olds). Five 2*oni;v, 3 and 4 years okl. Two Mare Pony Colts. Also Bright Chestnut Cob, 6 vear oid, 14 h.h., wanantrd sound in wind tin1 limb, free tram ice and good in harnetS and saddle, Rustic Lait by Palmer (nearly new), complete with cushions and lamps, also Set of Brass-mounted Harness in good condition. The above w ill be offered in one Lot as a turnoui, HId if not sold will be offered separately. Also Stylish Gig, nearlynew and American Buggy. Pips.—Lartje Yorkshire Sow with 10 smail Pigs. 2 Sows in t'ai iov. 20 Stores (various sizes.) Three months' credit (usual conditions). Discount for Cash. Luncheon at 12 o'clock 1100:1. Sale to commence imme- diately afterward?. Auctioneers' <, Yi-t-oria Chnmhei-s. Swhii TEETH. Ek- AIR. A.C. HOPSOX, SURGEON DENTIST, 2. DYNEVOR PLACE, SWANSEA. (OPPOSITE NEW HIGHER GRADE 9CMOOL). Z5 Experience—-IS as dentist with Mr. lÜa.ll, S W:1il::Ca.. Painless Extractions Gas and Ether Spray. guaranteed. B Workrianfehip, Material, and Fit y \fl h-ciass Work from 5s. per TooLh ■v At home daily from 10 until 7. All Consultations Free. TEETH" TEETH T A- BEH30S, ALEXANDRA ARCADE BUILDINGS SWANSEA. general commission AGENX, Agent for the National Telephone Company, Agent for theLondon-madeLeadLights,Stii«ad Glass for Cathedral and Domestic Work. Agent for Encaustic- Tiles, Mosaio Work and Mural Decoration, Biausaes^e; Estimates Froa. £ tunplecoa Yieir« Licensed Victualler^ Yahi«« Stooki Ttfwn BooksBalseeed^&Oj DAVI1> RICHARDS 33r HIGH STREET, SWANSEA KEFRESHMEN5X0NTRACT0R. IiUNCHEONSi DINNERS, BUrP!ms. BALLS. WRITE FOl" EST1YoA-r"r: rO('11I ;0 P i pURNITURE J^UBUITU.; JpURMlTURE HIRE PURCHASE SYSTLji. TERMS .£3 1: I 61. per week. £5 a.. Oi. £10 » 3s.6d. „ £20 OL Od. 7s. 6d. £ 50 « 12a. 6d, mmenee Stock to select from. Oaly • m deposit required. SPECIALITE in SUITES at P.6 6s. All Goods Delivered FrM. P. FREEDMAN &0C 34, HIGH STREET, SWANSEA. OrBJCJJ. BÜlfOJlG; NEWPORT (MOlt). 1, 2, 3 4, MARK] BUILDINGS, NEW TREDEGAR, ELUOI3TOWX and 82 NEW PINSTONEL SHEFFIELD. Contractors to Her Majesty's Gorermaeofc. CANN & GLASS, 3, PROSPECT PLACE. LARGE HOUSE COAL PER 14s. TON. CASH ON DELIYERX, > HUNDREDS OF TESTIMONIALS. Orders received at 34B Martia Street MenM« THE SOl'ili VVTALJ^f W EEKLY POST." Published an FRIDAY MORNINGS, The But and Brightest Weakly Paw in South Walu, NEWS 0 THE WORLD. SERIAL STORIES. ORIGINAL ARTIGL £ ». LOCAL GOSSIP, NOTES AND QUE RES, AND ALL THE LOCAL AND DISTRIC INTELLIGENCE OF THE WEEK. .CLWB YR HOSAN Lü," Aq amusing artial a the dialeet oC W. Welea A Column devotel bathe iufc^rjjfcj aal t'at aui aneeof'the lJrJa'np'on 1. Order at once: .aia-4 jlo^ser-Jtraet, Nbath, t 1 d. J.IASRIXt, AH3TNEEDLEWORK DEFOT, TINW MI FANCY WOOLS WAREHOUSE AH the Lotect £ roAtutwna i« Artiatio NMila* work constantly arriTin&and Uagbl^m moton* terms. Etotj Reqainte far lb« laccy work table always nstoek. M. M. APSLEY WALTERS ROADL Sod 7, PARADE BUILDINGS, MUMBLES.