8. EVANS & COMPANY ARE NOW SHOWING STEW & FASHIONABLE GOODS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. TEMPLE STREET, SWANSEA.
B. EVANS & COMPAFT ARE NOW SHOWING NEW & FASHIONABLE GOODS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. TEMPLE-STREE i, SWANSEA.
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Letters addressed to i. or Fictitious Najwtes can be sent to jVe office of the South Wales Daily Post. 'Sh-street, Swansea, and will be kept until ^Pplied for by the advertiser NOTICE. NOTICE. The South Wales Daily Post will be de- <Jff?rec' ^lrect ,0 Subscribers from the Chie? "hces, High-street, Swansea, at the following KATES :— KATES :— Per Messenger. Per Post <■ B. d. e. d. One Mor.th 1 0 2 0 Three Months 3 0 6 0 Months 6 0 12 0 Twelve Months .12 0 24 0 irregularity in the delivery should be .J^de known immediately at the Chief Offices RTTSEMENTS received atte;-the jl.st. page has been printed are inserted (the first day) on page S, under the fading JPov ta-tc for classification." STriJA TIO NS ~V A C II vj, Jou Wan!, a Servant advertise in the "South Pout," and vo" v-ill be quickly SERVANTS.—It is not always an easy fatter to hnd a suitable servant, but by Advertising in the Daily Post, you obtain, ;1. least, a number of applicants to oboose an important consideration, n tiildren. Servant, used to c-t Apply at 16, Brunswick-street, Swansea. K a967 GaNERAL Servant Wanted, good Cook cl«sn; thoroughly good .References; eellqilt -wages for suitable person.—Apply ^y^ter-road. Swansea, 942a V MARGRAVE liJ&OTHERS, Of Llanelly, soie proprietors, nrc in want lj Agent for Swansea District for the ««^»»or Scotch Whisky. [n J\T ANTED, immediately, good General Vsi. Servant. —Apply Mrs. Paseoe, Brook SKglackpiil. u WANTED, an Improwr in the Printing jgj! Trade.- Apply P., Daily Post Office, .^High-street. n it/"ANTED good General Servant; mupt v, understand cooking help given good ^v!8es'3» St. Helen's road, Swansea. [a935 WANTED, a General Servant; cne who talks \Velsh as well as English pre- 8^. Mrs. J. H., Daily Post Office. n yy ANTED, Salesmen, on commission — J Ck_ I'oston Rubber Shoe Co., Tovvcr- ^ttibcra, juondon, E.C. W AtfTED immodiatelv, for about six weeks, an ex-P. Teacher, for Cwmtwrch In- School, Ystalyfera; salary, £ 1 a week, ^^ddrtss Mistress. [943A VVA^T^D> a sharp, intelligent Lad for Solicitor's Office.—Apply, by letter \"° T. W. James, Solicitor, Arcade- Goat-street. Swansea. 1803 \Y aNTKD, a good, strong, willing Girl able to do part of washing.— Apply Veeii ten and one p.m., Ill, Hamilton- ^Ac'r» Gerse-Iane. a937 yyAlVTEb, experienced General Servant; °'c used to colVee tavern preferred, references.—Apply Temperance} _ljirvnmawr. a926 j AN'l'ED, imniediatalv, Certificated Mis- tvess for Bangor National School. £ 60, an«J com lor table lodgings. yR £ v neighbourhood, five miics from Aber- conveyances and mail-cart pa,-slug Vsf°URu daily.—"Applv. View:, Bangor, Aber- [y6?>A Vsf°URu daily.—"Applv. View:, Bangor, Aber- rB63A Servants.—The ^°rt: V7est Country Girls; wash, bake, ]g« A number Disengaged—Mrs. Coster, Gloucester. 910a — Wanted, a Man and Wife, >jfL ^he man to look aft er i'u hc n. garden, At L'ie grounds around house. Wife to ae. vret*ker and cleaner. Both wiii live in 0,;|se and lind themselves. Must have |)t *Cuptional references. Apply, stating! tetl ent and last employment, with rate-1 fea*aes :'l4d waires required, to W- I. Rees, j^2-i'y.ent, Swansea. a&fi"- ^IT^C^wi^D": 4. arc out of a Situation advertiss in tlie outh 'Wales Daily Post," aud you will soon "^employ iactit. is '• Love's Labour Ijost" to ander about in search of a berth, but it is situation trained if you Advertise in tho ^Alvj5R,S and Confectioners. — Wanted <^0 Age 19; good moulder and ^4 w alu r ^now^p-dge of emails board in. ''infield, Llauvihan^el, Abergavoiiny. [944 a yy ANTED,Situation as Nui'Sf- or Assistant-. A.^ Housemaid by youn^ girl, aged 16,— *■ o, Upper 2dajer-.street, kianscl- n A^TijD situation as Nurna or assistant- Housemaid by young girl, aged 16.— « iirooks. 25, Phillips-street. Maiiseitou, „ Vy ^TKD, a Situation as Nur.so, or as a S04 p/*°us8inaid.—MiBS Marv J. Brooks. N«. "i'lip'Street, Maasclton, near Swansea. "^ANTiFuT Situation as Gardener; ex- perieneed in all branches: over six &0ueS ° i character leaving through family ^Ah^'d > W1'e good la indrees, if required, bn^- P'Y' Cbarlei-. Pople. S'.oke-lane. Wost- a924 Vy a Sitr.a-10:1 as under Footman t\y0 °r Butler in eon lie man « family; age 17 ""•qt?*8,1"8' experience, aad references if i height 5ft. 7in.—J. James, ougwas ^;MIerer°rd. [a919 j ff A-NTEli. empJoyment as Joinev in any 1 ^siness and to make himself generally a yo'-uig man with good references, moderate.—"Joiner," Daily Pusi j1 y- «van sen a'^O j and C.onfecUouers. — .i a e i>u^to»t!»>n in the Bakehouse; well up in I' li^„. P'try, and smalls; good reference* ;i Uset^to hrsl-clafig trade.—J. Welch, Batb-road, Cheltenham. i8S6»i SITUATIONS WANTSD. GARDENER, experienced in all brancb es \J wife as cook caretakers or any place of trust; no objection to horse; age 30; no family; excellent references—Y. Post Office, Penmaen, Gower. [960a TQBELET. If you have a House to Let, or liava any Article for Sale, or if you are in \V;mt of anything, advertise in the "South Wuies Daily Post," and you will obtain quLk aid satisfactory results. CARDIFF.—To be Let or Sold, 79, mmeav C road 10-roemed House, with bathroom, greenhouse, &c.— Sessions, Limited, Penarth- road, Cardiff. [893 Ij^IRST-CLASS Photographic Studio and Accessories to Let, with four rooms*— Apply 217, Bute-road, Cardiff. [953 no USE to Let, No. 40, Hewson-Sitreet.— R Apply Joseph Jones, 30, Lower Oxford- street. a959 HOUSE to Let, No. 1, Monpellier-terrace; 11 fitted with hot and cold bath.—Apply, Bennett Bros., Harcourt-street Yard. a9l4 E ATI-I FIELD. -.No. 14 to Let; com- H modious Heuse; splendid position; raised lawn.—Apply Mi*. Ladd, Cambiiau- place. a936 J TUMBLES,—To Let, three Eight-Roomed X Houses, overlooking the bay low rental to a good tenant.-Apply Beer, Grocer, Mumbles. [aB71 MUMBLES.—Four-room House to Let JtjL garden all convenience rent, 3s. week —Apply 134, WesLern-street, Swansea. [a957 MUMBLES.—To Let, 8, Church Park, con- ill taining 10 rooms, good front and back garden: possession 23th September.—Elay, Dunns, Mumbles. [961a; MUMBLES, LangIand-road.-A Furnished 1:1. House to Let two sitting-rooms, four bedrooms, kitchen &c.—Apply Mr. Roes, Penwarden, Mumhiea. 949a rno Let, Gwendracth HotelBarry Port, i. Apply David John, Felinfco'i Brewery, L'aneily. 1783 npO LET, 5, Heathfield-street; suitable for JL sliop orollices.—Enquire at 5, Vt alter's- terrace, Swansea. 922a Lot, from 29th September, 27, Stanwell- X road, Penarth.—Apply H. E. Lattoy, 8, Working-street, Cardiff. or on the Preunisett. a937 f 110 Let, 17, Westbary-terraof, Swansea, eitiht rooms, moderate re ta .—Address Miss Hoskins, 70, Bryn-y-Mor-road. [1739 riiO Let, excellent Premises; best position X in town: opposite market; suit draper, grocer, or any trade.—Apply 71, Taff-street, Pontvpridd. 954a rno Let, early September, pleasant House, X best part Swansea 8 ruotns; hot water bathroow rent Z26 year.- -Nicholas, 37, Bryn-road. a931 lO-Let, Bi<ead and Confootionary main T thoroughfare,—Ca» have all information by calling at Wiliiama, 31, Lower Oxford- street, Swansea. 958a rrO LET, 13, Bay View-eresecnt, Swansea X Elevcri rooms; hot and cold bath sv.ocpin:: iiew of bay and town.—Apply W LANK, 12, Bav View-crescent, 1641 npd Let, from Lady Day Next, Magnificent JL f.nite of Oficc knowo as Arcs^ie chamboi's, Goai^tract, Swausea.—Apply Ml". T. W. Jauies, Solicitor, on ths Premises. ¡ 1803 FOR SALE. If you have a House, Horse, Bicycie, Trycicle, Piano, Perambulator Cow, Cart, Watch, Wardrobt', Organ, Piano, Melcdeon, Organette, i c.r any other concei\ ahlo article for Sals, adver- tise iu the "South Wales Daily Post." atidyou will reach thousands of liuc-ly customers gMBT HANDBILLS, Posters, Memorandum Forms, Invoices, Letter Form." Business Cards, Private Cards. Programmes, RarT'e Cards, Catalogues, Price Lists, Window Bills, and every description of Printing done expediiouslv, neatly, and cheaply at the Daily Post Office, 211, High-streat, Swart sen. J;MPT i Petroleum Barrols.—Thomas Ford j and Co. are purchasers of above and other Oil Barrels. Highest cash prices given. —Cooperage and General Offices, Pier-street, i Swansea. 1606 FOI4 Sale, good Second-hand Dogcart; equal to new.—Apply Phillips, Neath Carnage Works. 966ft SA LP.—Wanted to supply in Swansea j 18 or 20 gallons of Fresh Milk daily. William Rowlands, Glansweudraeth Farm, Pontvates. Kidwelly. ^[ £ 40a IX>R SALE, WaJgonetie, Spring Waggon, with Movable Head Grocer's Handcart aud Baker's Cobourge.—James Palmer, aud Baker's Cobourge.—James Palmer, Coachbiiildtr, 6, Gower street, Swan- sea. 1.71 I HOUSE and Back Premises for s,%io, being 3^, Richardson-«treeU Swansea. In- quire betwoeu 1 fttid 2, and after 5 p.in. 951a 1 VrlLL Sacrifice a 3-l;.p. Boiler and Eiigine, If by best maker, for £ 40: roora wanted. —Clements, Clarenec-road, Brist ol. [945 A L 'jlO bo Sold, a large weli-huilt FreeLolU 1. House, to pay 6 per oonk-Apfly Jnc. M. Lecdor and Son, Swansea. [1797 Two New Houses F(, s,:ttle %,viti, I)Atbrconis, JL adjoining Constitution-hill, and next to Heldon and Tudor Houses. RUondda-street, Swansea. 952a TT/" AT STOW is!.—Shop and Three Houses W for Sale; increasing neighbourhood; best colliery district in South Wale.—106, Llewelyn-street; PoHtre Rhondda. a92B jl.T*. Portable Engine, sound lire-box. £ \) tubes; thoroughly overhauleil.- Fieiding and Piatt. Gloucester, U91 l"A ll-P* Portable, sound lire-box lubes, X' thoroughly overhauled.—Fielding and PI att, i < louccster. 891 <5S(.iMAN, Cross-street, holds Uie largest -took of New an Second-hand Ijarntiss in Wales, at pnv.v* to yi.it everyt»ody q /'AN IK L PUPPIES for Sale; lemon and o white dam from St. Pierre, sire Liana- ran ^Is. each.—Samuel Adams, Hillside. Pontrneyric, nettr Chepstow. a938 MtiNKl. ( r»2,000"to be Lent on first-class securities ut jb 4 per cent.—Apply to Jamesi and James, I auctioneers, Uower-strect, Swansea, £ 1725 2,000, £ l,20aX400 aad £ 8C0 to beLent upon 4 cw firsi,-«daKs secuiities. with ample margin I at 4 pee ceut.- Ap^lv to James and Jamee. j [1?^ i -lyTONEY iecl on Pine, Watches. ] dTJL Jewellery, &(. at the rate of 4d. in the ;El pf.-t- month. r. No other charges.—II. BARNK-T, ti, Heathfield-street. 36d 'i2^n&~JOHN* i\"UARVET ami* Co", } Auctioneers, &c., (Joat-street, Swansea^ j' Have Money to Advance on Freehold, Lease- > tiold, and Personal Security, Furniture, (fee., '■ Warehoused and Ad vanes Made Thereon, ESS!Ts.TJAMKS aildTAMES, Gowir"- j street. Swansea, are prepared to under-I, take mortgages pon sound freehold and r leasehold investments. Send particulars of s requirements. [1726 rjib Lend on Freehold or Leasehold pro- I- per tie;3 in Swansea, sums of £100 to 4". 1,000 at austoinarf mortgage interMt.— Apply to Messrs. John E. Harvey and Company, A netioneers, & Commerci»' 1 Chambers Goat-street, Swansea. [1733 MONEY TO LEND to Farmers. Trades- men, and others, in town or cou 11117, 1 44 per cent, pe>' annum, in sums from £ 50 to &LOOO, upon personal security, for term of j years to suit borrowers; money upea Mort- t gage, 3i per cent.—Mr. Wood, 5o, Tastnan- i road, Stockweli, S.W., London. 177 c "'l' G > Having purchased of the Trustees to the Estate of W. GREEN, ef Meweot, Gloucester, the whole Stock of DRAPERY AND F C GOODS, f 1 f í Amounting to £1,095 5s. 5d. Cost Price. THE SAME LS BEING OFFB&ED FOR SALE' ■■■■■■ AT E D WA R, D s -ti ,° T o y ( HP ujt e s cl gt, y ) We beg to announce that in making this purchase we have been fortungte in see tiring this Sto c IK- at agreat sacrifice,Iviz: 4-4:i per cent. off the original cost. The whole Stock is in excellent condition, and we have pleasure in disposing th lot at prices marked equivalent to that at which we purchased, thereby effecting a ♦ Saving of Nine Shillings (9s._) in the Pound, Or Twenty Shillings (20s.) worth of Goods for Eleven Shiltings (lis.), or NEARLY HALF-PRICE. EDWiKDS, 965 OXFORD STREET; 15, 16; 17, 18, WATERLOO STREET, 1, 2, 3, », 5, PARK STREET, ".i t. 4. < APARTMENTS. air'- APARTMENTS.-This is the time of year, when people flock to Swansea and district in thousands, to advertise your rooms to let. Put an advertisement in the Daily Post, and you will find it money well spent n A Single Gentleman Wants Two Comfort- able Rooms not far from High-street. Swansea.—Apply at once to "Emlyn," Dai y Post Office, Swansea. u BE JROOM and Sitting-room Wanted, with B attendance, by Young Man, near Albert Hall; terms must be moderate —S. R. C., Daily Post Office, Swansea. n BED ami Sitting-rooms To Let; good at- ior:5anoe,. home cumforts, ami use of piaao; would suit a gentleman or two friends; moderate terms: references ex- changed—Apply at 17, Carlton-terrace, Swansea. a918 BOAKD and Residence.—Advertiser, having a larger house than he requires, can recttiveone or two Uentlewen as member-? of the family on very moderate terms, combined with all the comforts of home: references exchanged.— Address 24, Trafalgai-terrace, Swansea, OM, FORTABLE F ur r. ished A partm ents j to let: attendance.—Mount Pleasant House, Mount Pleasant. APARTMENTS to Let, unfurnished. A Apply, 18, Nichol-stroei,, off Walter- road, Swansea. &930 I^RONT Sitting-room and Bedroom to let; hot and cold bath. —- 1, Bryn-v-Aior Crescent. a950 JpURNISHED APARTMENTS waatt:d for young married couple. N* attendance lequired.—Apply, stating terms which must b3 reasonable, Z Y X, South Wales Daily Post, Swansea. A PAKfSMENTS t. Let, unfurnished.- A Apply 10, Little-street. St, Heleu's-road, Swausea. a.030 T7OUNG Lady desires Board or Room with X AtfceEd:in:e, i<i private famiiv. Address, with terms, which must be moderate.—Box, 31, Daily Post Office, Swansea. 9ú;Z" Tlr ANTED, by Young Man, Bed and Sitting Vf Room, within ten minutes' walk or High-street Station. Terms moderate.— Apply A.B., Daily Post Office, 211, sstrcet, Swansea. 19LOa MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS FOR SALE PIANO, Walnut, full-trichord, cnec-k action, complete tactsi framo, cost £ 45, cash £25- — J. Brader and Sons, 9, Wind-street, Swansea. 1662 RATTD ilosewood, their 65gutnea ijj model; cash £ 35. -Brader and Sons, 9, W ind-street, Swansea. 1662 RO,kD%VOUD'S Latest 70 Guinea Modei Piano in Rosewood; c-■u £ 40.—J. 1 1 Brader and &u£, 9, Win tr Swan- sea. 1662 CHURCH ORGANS <n?:ed, repaired, regu- u lafed aud kept in order by (ouiract or otherwise. Pianoforte Tuning frow 3s. 3d, — J. Brader and Sons, 9, Wind-street, Swan- sea. 1662 BRXNSMEAD 53-guiuea Piano,metal fraint, check action, £ 39.—J. Brader and Hon. 9, Wind-street, Swansea. 1662 9, Wind-street, Swansea. 1662 I)IANO (new), iron frame, walnut ca-e, in- ch e 1 gilt pauei front and sconces, bracket t< usses, and trichord lull compass, only 20guineafl,pa;,able at lis, 6d. per month. —Thompson ana Shacked, Limited, Castle- atroeU Swansea. 11710 y THE monthly payments are so low that I there need be no home without a. Piano, Drgan. or Harmonium. Ali instruments guaranteed, tuned, and delivered free to any Sail. The largest Pianoforte Dealers in the Liingdoin. Write for price lists and photos. bfotethe address:—Thompson and fcliiackell Limited, Castle-street, Swansea. [1710 PIANO. Upnght Grand, by Morniagton and P Weston, London, £18 18s., or 10s. 6d, per I aiouth easy payments cost double.- L'hompsonand Shackell, Limi ted,Cas tle-s tieni, Swansea, [1710 I PIANO.—Our 24-gttioea Pianc is the best L value ever offered metal frame, trichord, srass pin-plate, chcc:i ac tion; wonderfui raluc; 14s. per month: easy payments.- rhompson and Shackell, Limited, Castle- street, Swansea. [1710 MATRtMONlAL. -I ARE you about to get married ? If so I call and kce our Wedding Cakes. The argest assortment in town. WILLIAMS, COt,I.OQE-STRNZT. 870a j F MARRIED, or abeut to Marry, either L sex, send stamped directed envelope for ntaluable infornmtio 1 that YOU want to know; itate age, and Inenfon this paper.—J. H. Johnson, 47, Heneage-street, Birmingham. 972a MISCELLANEOUS. C } /4\T T The Swansea Branch of the kJlVTi.1 • National Uaion of Shop Assistants and Clerks is now established, and all shop and office worker.? are earnestly invited to join. Sick and out-of-emplovmeut benefits provided. Meetings avery Tuesday night at 8.30, in the Temperance Hall. Com- municate at once with the lion. Sec., J. Rees, 17, Park-street, Swansea. S/1 LADIiiS requiring Home Employment send JU at once addressed envelope to Manageress, tJl, Seaford Road, Tottenham, 12s. 6d. to 15s. weekly easily earned. [964.4. \V KSTON SUPER MARE PROPERTY REGISTER (largest published), with Map, iewa, and Description of Town, free, Norton, Son, and Lalonde, House Agents, VTcstoa-super-Mwe. -fY41 MPELMAN, 154, Western-street, Swan- • sea. Best Price, given for Cast-off I' events, Ladies', and Children's Clothes Families waited upon by appointment. [163 JBKNJAMIN, Saddler, Portland- • street. — The only shop in Swansea where you can get good Home-made Harness at Reasonable Prices. A trial solicited. LL. <& '1. Bt'LLIN, Hoathfield Mews Funeral Carriages, Brakes, &c. Cabs always ready. Teleerams, Bullir. Te'e- phone, 65. d'32 Immense Siock of Household Furniture, Bedsteads, Beds, and Bedding, at GILES Cook's, Waterloo Furnishing Stores, Swansea. 1635 j^lRSJ.-CLASS Dress and Mantle makincj. —Miss Lloyd, Mount Pleasant House, I Mount Pleasant, Swameiu "I^OR all kinds of Furniture, Alusical Instru- X ments, Strings and Fittings, call or write toJ. Stacev, 73, Martin-street, *jormton. [a9 ri^hc* best place in the town for new and second-hand furniture of every descrip- tion is at Giles COOK s,Waterloo Furnishing Stores, Swansea. 1633 \/jj IcOL &: CO., 15, Heathfield-street, i • Saddlers and Harness Makers. All harm-sewn orders punctually attended to. QUININE BITTERS, second TO NOXB, of (.iroeers, 24 doses. 1p. or Ad. instead of 2J. Post tree, Is. Id.; Six, 5s. 6d. I —LrAA:GEt., Swansea. I MARQUEES, Tents, Plags on Hire. Kis-' lH teddfodau, Show", iVc. Waggon Covers. I Rick-clorhs, and all canvas goods made to order.—J ofathun J ones. Swansea. L 867" ri 'OB ACC'ON 1STS Commencing — fiiu T Guide 260 p"ges), 3d. ToLacconist.> C' i'Ai'ton-road, London. Shop litters or j. il trades. Estimates Free. Established 18 )G. [1761 —Tobacconists (commencing). Write for Hid. Guide (2c0 pages). 3d. How to open a Cigar Store, from £2ü to £ 2,000.-— Tobaeconibts' OulfrttingCo.. 186, Eustou-road, London. N.B.—Shop litters and hhjw-east: makers fur all trades. Estimates fr.-t- Manager, Hy. Myers. Established 1366. [1761 T M POKTAN T.-WE I (+ 11 TS AND .1 MEASURES ACT, 1839. All kinds o; Coiliery and other Weighbridges, Pit Rani, and iraro Machines, kept in proper order bv contract. Estimates iree. Distance no obiee:. Repairs in ail branches by o.: petent workmen.—The Old Firm, Estb. 1820. I'A-KNAi.L & SvJi'S, 12, A:e\audra-roaJ Swansea. IMPORTANT.-PARKALL AND SONS, LTD., J. 12. Ale\^nura-road, Swansea, having pur chased the business Ird-y carried on bv Mr. E. lies, of Plymouth and Nelson-streets. S>.v ansea, are now prepared to oiler the whoh- of the stock at a great reduction in prior. Repairs to all kinds of Scales and Weighing Machines. Work done bv contract. l!*tiinau4 -'ree. [1630 TPASTERN ASTROLOGY. -Consult Pre- JLj feasor Lanco, 174, Cemetery road, Shef- field, before Marriage, Speculation or lte- moval: fees from Is.; 5s, Cad vised) import>t cases; past events stated. Mention this paper- 965A riaSTOTLE'S WORKS, couiph-tt: j\_ coloured plates; genuine edition; 20 stamps, "Paris by Night, or Gav life in Paris (illustrated), 30 stamps, post free.— E. Bowker, 27, Renshnw-strect, Liverpool. Established 1832. Patronise the Old Firm. ["1742 MrSCELLANEO(\SWANl\Sj3 PARTNER Wanted, with from £30: sleeping P or active; management of cash and books if desired.—Rogers, Post-office. Cadex- ton. 908 EKONDDA Railway Debenture St<>ck Allotments. — Wanted to purchs^e any of above.—State lowest price at once to "Purchaser," Daily Post Office, Swansea. a934 FUBLICATIONS. THE YOUNG WALES MOVEMENT." "CYMRU FYDD It Aims and Objects. By W. Llbwfxyn WILLIAMS, B.A., dedi- cated by pe. mission to the iii.h,. lion. W. E. Gladstone, M.P. Single Copies id. ettoh 9d. per doren.-—Sole Agent for the Sw&nsen and Daffryn Towy D s'.ricts M oc cp lap-cc^ Carlton-terrace, Swansea. TRADE SPECIALITIES "T>ASCOE AD CAi. 211, Kensington- I terrace or best Ffaldau and all other House Coal at the lowest prices. Trial solicited. d64 HALL & Mount-etreet. Best jLjL Large Ffaldau, Oriental, Rhondda Bouse Coal, Nutraitd Pea, Anthracite or Stoves and Grcenhouseo. dbl 6 TXrELCOJUE". »OXFORD" and VV "LIFEBOAT,- supply fonrt of best quality at moderate charges. Picnic and schools OjUoted for. inquire of Managers. FC. EDD i>RSIjAW ( Manufacturing • Cabinet Maker, Upholsterer, and Com- plte Hottae Fm-njsher, 19, High-street. ■Syecvajity —KjtehWB Dreseer*. ^^DLl2R^aBi«l^^ 1ui»iBd^r^d, O Swansea <— Stock Haad-sewn Harness in Wales; half Saddlers' Prices; Hiding Saddles, fitted-Up complete, 25s. a966 SCHOLASTIC. I A RNOLD COLLEGE, WOODLAND I... TERRACE, SWANSEA P»iNcirALMR. J. P. LONG. JTHXT IBJUki KWJtKS MQKnAY, SEPTEMBKR lOTs: N ORMAI. COLLEGE, CONSTITUTION JN HILL. PRINCIPAT, ME. EMERY. HIAD MASTII: Rrr. GEORGE EMERY (B.A. Lond., B.Mus. Oxon.). Next Term begins TcEjpAi, SjtPT. 11. 1787 PORTHCAWL COLLEGE. Principal—Rev. E. J. NEWELL, M.A. Successes at Glasgow University, Cardiff, Lampeter. &c. Remarkable heal t ri result*. TERM BEGINS SEPTEMBER 12._[ 1768 SHOKT!; AND, Arithmetic, Bo61:-keeping, <Xrr., taught at the Navigation School, 9, Mansei-tttreet, it} Mr, iJavid HAKKIS, F.Sh.S. 1633 -3T.I PUBLIC NOTICES. O WAN SEA WORKING CLUB O AND 1N8TITUTE CHRYSANTHE- MUM SOCIETY. The EXHIBITION will take place on the 15th and 16th NOVEMBER, instead of the 8th and 9th. • Schedules &c., will shortly be ready. jiaoi TJCLY TRINITY PARTSH COTTAGE 11 GARDEN SOCIETY. The First Aniiual Shosr of FLOWERS • AK& VEGETABLES Will be held in IIOL y TRiNiTY gCBOOLROOM C'K. rj HUHSDA Y, SEPTEMBER 5i 1894; The Show will be opened at 3 p.m., by I LADY SWAN SUA, c' During the Afternoon a fcetcetioh of Music will be rendered, and at 8 p4)fc"a Ceaun t will be given. During the InWr'v^l ths £ "riaea will be Distributed by bis Worship the IjtAYOK. Admission From 3 M 5 p.m.,SffXPOnce; from 5 to 10 p.m., One Feony. All Exhibits mo it be brought to the School- room befortt 10 a.m. on the Day at the Show. BOOK BARGAINS. BOOK BARGAINS. GO TO R. C. MOORji-' -AC 11, ALEXANDRA ARCADE, I FOR BARGAINS, I Universally admitted to be the Chts-pe t Bookseller iv> Swansea. BOOKS BOUGHT. Btvxa FOUND. TEETH/ \T EETH /Mr. A. C. H0P30N SURGEON DENTIST, /2, DYNEVOR PLACE, SWANSEAV •' OTiOdvus. mtw HIGIIKK OKJJ»E sosooit^ Years' Experienae—13 ha doattst wit Keail, Swansea. Painless Extractions with Gas 444d EUier Spi-ay. Best Woikmanship, Matertfci, aud Fit y guarascieed, f\ \liigh-class Work from &a»jpo^ Sfeoliyr j a At home daili frons aatilT, ( Ail Cons« Utions -Fre*- j' IEET £ mm1 EXCURSIONS. I CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS EVERY SATURDAY IN JULY, AUGUST AND SEPTEMBER, WEEKLY AND FORTNIGHTLY BOOKINGS FROM LI N .ON. Leave Euston 8.15 a.m. „ Paddingtou 8.10 a.m. TO THE CAMBRIAN COAST—Oswestry, Llanidloes, Newtown, and Machynlleth." FA'IES: To Arrive Third Class p.m. Return. Aberystwyth 5 0\ Bortii 4 40 ) Aberdovey 4 46 L O"! Tcwyn 4 53 | <FCX/~ Dolgelley+ 6 15 Barmoutht 5 23) llarlech.t ft 55 Portra;«?.oct 614 ( Criecietht | o 251. OO/ Pwllheli t 6 451 661' Machyn:!eth 4 12 20'- Llanidloes 5 26 1A'- Newtown 3 1C 17'- Oswcsti-y 2 25 16/- Availabfe to return on the following Mon- day, Monday week, or Monday fortnight. Through Coaches will run from E us ton to Aberystwyth, Barmouth, and all Coast Stations. Passengers may return by any Ordinary Train on the following Saturday or Saturday week by payment of 20 per cent, on the cost of the ticket, payment to be made at the of the ticket, payment to be made at the ¡I station from which the passenger returns. jgS^Tickets and full information can be obtained at all L. aad N. W. London Stations and Offices, and at Messrs, Gaze and Sons, 142, Strand; 4, Northumberland Avenue, W.C.; and 18, Westbourne Grove. Particu- lars will also be furnished by the Association for the Promotion of Home and Foreign E.C. Travel, Limited, 41. Gracechurifh-street, I f—Passengers for Dolselley, Barmouth, I Harlech. Portmadoc, Criccieth, a.nd Pwllheli, I booking via WELSHPOOL, travel along the unrivalicd shores of Cardigan Bay. I ALFRED ASL1.TT, Secretary and General Manager. POCKKTT'S BRISTOL CHANNEL STEAM TACKET Co., LIP. pi.E-isriiE SP;jinp; D SAILING'' l'AS,iKNGJi:R OFTHK STEAMSHIPS "BRIGHTON" AND "VELINDRA' I i Vr't iUhri' and otht-rciruHinstam't-spermlt.t'usf) rrotn SWANSEA to 1T.FKACUMBK. CLOVBLLX, J.LXL)Y ISLAND, LYNMOtaH. Ac. Tuksi'ay. Sei>tein!) r ^;h (Bright ui), 8 a.m.—To Il*-BACO.UB £ CWVSMV, "nd LAND. Leaving Li'.ndy ai 3 p,1!)" Ulowiiyal,4 p.;n., tuid iSfr.tt-oinbs at S p.ui. WKi^HESEAT, September 5»h 'Krlgbtoid- Po p..Tn.-To 111,RAGO;\l.IJJ; and OWVELl.Y. Leaviiig Clovully at 4 Ftntl M'racoinbe at 6 p.n1 I Tm ;^T- vv, September Gill (Brighton.) fit 9, a.m.. to i lr• < rUjtl LVNMOI th. Le. viijg Lyiimi.uth at 4.3'J p lifraco-nbc at 6 p.m. (Veiindra) at 3si.in.,(.j< '1 'templars and Total Abstinence Society's Kxeui :i. u to llfracomijc. FPIUAV, Suptemtxsr 7tb (Brighton), at 8.15 a.m.. to iLFKACOijuK .uid Tbkby. Leaving Ten! >y at 4.0 p.m.. all nfracomt- • «;t 7.0 p.m. S-.TL ai>AY, September 8th (Bright-'ii), at 9.15 a.m.. to luttACnMBfc. 0i,ovEU.V and L'jynY. I^avin^ Lundv at 4.0p.m.. Olevcliv at 5.0 p.m., and llfra- combe -it S.0. (Vclindra) at 2.30 p,m., Chsap Half-day Trip to ILF1:1.Co\ll¡J(, r.;tur¡;iug- in the Brih'ht011!it 8.0 And SATURDAY to M.&NpAY TUIP. Leaving lu'racwat* on Moadey, at8.Ca.tn.or2.3o p.m. lLFBACOMBK lixcraslOTf FARKS:- One Day- -11.-st Cabin, 3?. & F.-re Cabin, 2.«. 6d. Saturday to Monday—Cabin, 5s. 6<1.; Fore C¡,IJiu, 3s. t-d. Ort-.inat-y B-t CaMn, 4s. 6d. F<<re C-ibin, 3- Kef urn Ava.iabl^ for Olle Montb, Best Ca!»in, 7s.; IW Oibin. 5^. mcu'-sion Fares to Clovelly,Lynmouth, and Lundy lsland—Best Oibm, 4s. i:d. Koi'C Cabiu, txi. SEA'-iiN TlCiM-.TS, £ 1 IS. liefit.'iini f-jits can be hud on hoard. [1&)0 AKINE l^XClihSIONS .1 ». BY THE SALOON KAVOURIIK j STEAMBS "ALEXANDRA" (Captain Thomas, Conunaader). wind and other efr. arostanees permitting. TOXSDAY, September 4th, 7.j0 a.»n.—IuRAtxtMUX and CIOVEIXV. leaving Clovelly 4 j>.ui.; Ilfraccrobp, ^Vao^ntSi'iY. September C'th, 7.30 a.m. IuttLX- CQUBr, and Lysmolth. [giving Lyntnouth 4 p-ci.; ilfraeombeb p n THFBPDAY, Se;j» i tfl 8 h, at 7.0 a.m., to I cowira and CL.T, lo.i. -Leaving OlurelJy 4 0 pan., I!fnu-.oni')e 6.0 p.m, Friday. gcDt/'inljcr^tii, nt 8,0 a ni.j to IlJUjLCOMBK I and CLOT —Lieaving Cloveily4.0 p.nj.rIlf:-aeombe 7.3C p.m. SaTBRI>av. September 8tb. at 9i0 a.m., to Llfra- COKBEand LTSMOUTB.—LeavingLyn.ijoutb 5,0 p.m., Ilfrscombeat 7.30 p.m. i SUNDAY, September 9th, at 11,0 a-M Chaxotx OKOXSK.—Far as, Is. aruifid. Raturn Fare? — Xlfraoonibe, 3s. 5d. and 2s. M.; Lyiiiuouth or Cloveily, 45.&1. aad 3s. 6d. Season Tickets, .£1 h. Tickets and Refreshments may be obtained on Board. Pteaau cross the bridge at GLo'sUir-place for the I ] Atexandra Wharf, West Fier. Full partotiriars may be had of Mr. Charles Strict. ] Office*, 15, (iuat-atreet. Swansea. 14SJ J THE LARGEST SELECTION OF I TT OCAL "pHOTOGRAPHS To be obtained at T ALFRED R. 'VAY AND CO. 4, WIND STREET, SWANSEA. The n"st Shilling Album of the District. [1735 7 SALES BY AUCTION. BY MESSRS. JAMBS & JAMES. JAKES AND JAMES, Auctioneers, Valuers, House, Estate, and Insuranoe Agents, GOWBR-BTBERT, SWANSEA, and at U. BOND-COURT, LONDON. Personal and Prompt Attention given to all matters entrusted to them. GOESEINOH. Sale of an Unfinished Shop and Dwelhnjg-houaefc. TAMBS & JAMBS are favoured vrith instructions to SBLL by PUBLIC AUCTION, on MONDAY, September 10th, 1894, at the West Knd Hotel, Qorseincn (subject to such Cotidftiona of Sale as shall then and there be produced), tho following unfinished BUILDINGS:— All that Shop and Dwelling-house situate in Albion- road (near Mr. Crriffiths's Grocer's Shop, Gweeinon;, now in coarse of eraetion, and in an unfinished state, together with Two Houans partly built adjoining. The shop and one dwelling house are under cover, with an the partitions built up, and all the door and window frames ready-made and on the premises, while the floor joists are also fixed. The two houses adjoining are built up to the foists aH round except the front walls. There is fuiSaeat material, however, on the ground rocemplete theaef front walls and pluti- ions. The houses, which are under oover, are well-built, having white brick front walls aad good stone sills. All the houses are intended for sevan roomed premises, and have a frontage of 16 feet. each. The four houses arc beki, together with sufficient ground to erect three RdditioIl41 houses, under all underlease for 99 years, less the last three days thereof, from September 29th. 1886, at a total ground rent of£9 fis.,and will be sold as ther stand in one lot. N .B.-The Auetiiiueers beg to calf the special tttten tion of butlders, speculators, and others, to this pro- perty as one affording an easy way of making a good and safe investment. Now that the MeKinley tariff has been removed, the tin-plate industry is bound to experience a period of great prosperity forthwith, and Gorseinon in particular will be among the first placss to benefit from the improved trade, Sale to commence promptly at 7 JO o'clock in the evening. For further particulars apply to T W. James, Esq., Solicitor, Goafc-street. Sutnsea; cr io the Auctioneers, at Offices, Gower street and Dynnvor-place, S^y.nsca. BY MR. W. J. BEgS GLAMORGANSHIRE. MR. W. J. REES has been favoured with instructions from H. N. Miers, Esq.. to OFFER for SALE by AUCTION at the Mackworth Hotel, Swansea, on Friday, the 7th day of September, 1894, at 2 o'clock p.m. precisely, the undermentioned valuable FREEHOLD FARMS, ACCOMMODATION LANDS, AND BUILDING SITES, situate at and near CLYDACH, SWANSEA VALLEY, within one mile from Glais Kailwav Station (Midland Railway), and six miles irom the important town of Swansea, containing about 520 acres, being a portion of the well known YNISPENLLtVCH ESTATE, which will be offered in the following or such other Lots as may oe determined PAinicu < •% Rents Lots. Description. c actual & estimated 1—Building Land 110 100 2—PENYBANC FARM 36 2 23 45 0 0 3-Buitding Plot • 300 200 4-Buitding Land 3 0 25 2 0 0 5- Bunding Land • 3 2 30 2 0 0 6-Builcling Land 2 2 0 2 10 0 7-Buitding land 30 10 2 10 0 8.-Freebold Building Land 3 2 26 8 0 0 9- Accommodation Land 17 2 0 15 0 0 10-Fietd (in hand) 1 0 15 15 Accommodation Land 10 1 27 6 0 0 12— -TYGWYN FAmi 43 3 16 44 10 0 13—DANYCOED FARM 42 1 19 40 0 0 14—GELLYOKEN-ISHA FARM 74 022 70 0 o 16—Land and Woodland IS 2,35 16— field and WoodSmwr z 1 0 0 17 GELLYONBN-GENOLFARM 45 136 44 0 0 18—GELLYONEN-UCHA FARM 61 0 13 54 0 0 19—PLASNBWYDD FARM 44 2 13 42 0 0 0— Meadow neat ditto 1 1 12 — 21—Spa Hotel 1 0 18 IU 0 0 O-Meatiow neat ditto 1 1 12 21—Spa Hotel 1 0 18 IU 0 0 22—GRAIG TRBBANOS FARM 58 0 24 34 0 0 ?iiiafach Meadow 0330 550 24—GWKACHYLLWYNAU FARM 23 0 3 25 0 0 25—Grassland 4 1 4 1 10 0 26-Accomruodat.ion Land 410 400 27—Accommodation Land 4110 600 28—Accommodation Land ■ 6 0 3 5 0 0 2J-ÂOCúmm0d5t.ioIl Land 3 2 10 5 0 0 3C—Aceom modation Land 228 2 10 0 Particulars, Plans, And Conditions of Sale may be obtained on application to either— THOS. WILLIAMS, E8Q.. Solicitor, Neath; OSBORNE SHBPPAKD, EsQ., Land Agent, Neath; or W. J. IllES. Auctioneer. Swansea. -3. SALES BY AUCTION. I "BY MESSRS. LOWES, SON,~AND W ATKINS. At a low Upset Price. Parish of Oysteriiioi.th. MKSStiS. LOWES. SON & WATKINS have been instructed t SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION (subject to such conditions as shall there and then be produced), at the Royal Hotel, High-street. Swansea, on WEDNESDAY, September 5tl\, 1894, alt tbat VALUABLE FREEHOLD TROPEKTY, known «.s NORTON L01H>K, OY&TERKOUTH, known "8 NORTON LOlXrK. OY&TERKOUTH, which comprisesanohle family residencfi facing tut. l>av, iind within three inmates' walk c-t Noitou-r.md I oil, Mumbles Railway. It is built ol stone in the most mode) nstytf, and stands fahiy high in its own I grounds. It is approached by a short carriage sweep, and contains on the GROUND FLOOR.—A vestilmle and hall, drawing- room, Iinizig-iwii), ,tM r. orn'ng-i-ooin, :LnJ a large conservatory, which can be ub-d a-; a billiard-room cloait-room, lavatory, -tore room, butler's pantry, kitchen's, and usual offices. FIKST IVKH'—OU the first floor there are ten gocvi ¡ room?, bath-room aliJ lavatory, two serrants' rooms, and separate stairc ise. The front ui the house is Cited wii h jjolished plaie glass, French CdS'intnt windows, and Venetian shutters ouTsi-ie. There is also an iron verandah with glass loot, tiled underneath, forming a glass, French CdS'intnt windows, and Venetian shutters ouTsi-ie. There is also an iron verandah witÍ1 glass loot, tiled underneath, forming a colonnade. All the rooms are fitted with clecfc ie bdls Ihe tiles are ni..de and laid fc>y Mlnton and Hoilings, and cover iuside ihe house neatJy &X! superficial feet. Thete are numerous stained giw. windows or panr's in the house, p-tinted liozure., and otiier subjects, crystalline aiui out ^iass In elegant design;. Tee locks throngnout tho Itouse are all biuss. and the bn-.ss liirniture i" of a most elaborate kind. The frontage of the 1 louse is cO feet. There is a network iron girders on tli« first floor. The whole strnctur»: i-: buiit an fitted regardless of cost, and of such a character as it seldom oarri -d out. About 8 bedrooms r-ouid be arranged with dot mers tit ted in the rooL This vo<»i is boarded over, and the atiditlovial ac-xmnnedatio:. could be (carried olat at any time at aerail Cfist" The grounds in iude lawn adorned with t.ee* .)) many years £ rov\ih, ait'oi'ding splendid -^h.id: gocn^. kitchen garden The sani ary arrangement and venti'aticni aie perfect. The stabling Comprises accomllil>c¡"ti:,JI for tour h(w<;es, saddle and hHrrsess rooni, carriage room for about six oarrjapres. and a large wasb-house for carriages, all within the build- ing. Spacious room over the entiie length, about 15 eet high, T ie property, which i3 he.li- for a U rnj ot 99 years ironi the 24th day of June, 187o. facf>s South East., it in good order, and ready for immediate possess1 on is bounded on the road side ov a high wall. There is also a pleneiiol supply of water both hard and I sof to commence at tour o'clock in toe afternoon. Particulars, conditions, and .-Mers t, I view may be I obtainefl from l1b»:;rs. W, R.Smith and Soli, Solici- tors, Oambriau-place, Swansea, or of the Auctioneers, at their Offices, Heathtleld Chambers, Heathfield- street. Swansea 1770 TRY IT. TRY IT. WILLIAMS' SEED AND SULTANA CAKE 4D. PER LB. s i y < I Nothing in Town to equal this Cake at the « price. Sold elsewhere at 6d. and 8d. per lb. j Buy a poend and try it veursclf. The proof <■ of the cake 111 in the eating. t t WILLIAMS', COLLEGE STREET, r 8 p rRE WSBDING CAKE SHOP. t THE EMPIRE PALACE OF VARIETIES. Musical Conductor H. HULBTT, Acting Manager and Treasurer ALBSRT MITCN-UA. HIGH STREET, SWANSEA. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 3bd, 1894, AND DURING THE WEEK. DUTCH DALY, The man who can talk laughter out of every rib in anybody s body. JAPA AND JAPO, The Japanese Wonders on one wire. ROSE HAMILTON, A nice girl, pleasant vocalist, and admirable dancer. One of the best. THE COSTER GIRL- KATE CARNEY. GAERTNER AND RICHARDS, The Renowned Continental Musical Eccen- tric Clowns. SISTERS WESTON, Two Clever and Charming Artistes. BAR CLAY AND PERKINS, Comedians, Vocalists, aad Dancers. "The Modern Charles Mathews, CHARLES COLLETTE, My Awful Dad." Next Week-Another Remarkable Programme REZENE and ROIiiNI, JAMES CURRAN. DARNLEY BROS., And others of equal ability aud reputation. Watch! Two Performances Nightly, Early one 7 to 9; Late one 9 to 1L Doors open 6.30 and 3.30. Prices of Admission-Private Boxes, 7s. 6d. (Single seats, 2s.); Stalls, Is.: Balcony, 6d.: Pit. 4d.; Gallery, 2d. THE SOUTH WALES POST NEWSPAPER Co., LIMITED. Incorporated under the CompanIes. Acts, I 1862 to 1.892, whereby the liability of the Shareholders is limited to the amount of their Shares. CAPITAL £ 10,000. To be Divided into 2,000 Shares of -25 each, all of which are offered tc the Public for Subscription. I The Shares to be payable £1 on Application, £1 on Allotment; the Balanoe to be payable by Calls of 10s. per Share at intervals of not I less than Three Months. T^i P lTPTOD Q • SIR JOHN TALBOT DILLWYN LLEWELYN. Bart., Penllergaer, Swansea. Chairman. R. S. LINDLEY, Esq., Ffynone, Swansea, V ice-Chairman. JOSEPH HALL, Esq., Grosvenor House, Swansea. W. H, P. JENKINS, Esq., Baglan House, Br ton Ferry. (With power to add to their number.) The j three fir-.t-named gentlemen will join the Board after Allotment. SOLIOITOK: T. W. JAMES, Esq., Goat-street, Swan sea. EAXKEJIP: The GLAMORGANSHIRE BANKING Co., LTD., Swansea. AUDITOR R. Q. CAWEER, Esq.,F.C.A., Temple-street SwanBea. SKCRKTABY (pro tem.): C. H. CA WKER. Esq., A.C.A., Temple-street Swansea. OFFICE No 211, Hight-street, Swansea. PROSPECTUS. This Company has been formed for the purpose of t&kiug over and publishing at purpose of taking over and publishing at Swansea, m the interests of the Conservative and Unionist party, two newspapers, viz., an Evening Daily Paper called the "SOUTH WALES DAILY POST," and a weekly paper called the lb SOUTH WALES I WEEKLY POST," which were established I about 18 months ago, and have hitherto been I carried on in the intetestt of the Liberal II Party. It is proposed to acquire a valuable lease I of premises of considerable extent in the best part of High-street, Swansea, containing the Editorial, Printing, and Publishing Oilices of the Papers, and a J ebbing Printer's Business, the copyright of the papers, the goodwill of the business, as a going concern, together with the whole of the machinery, presses, I plant, and type, at the low price cf £ 1,000. The extreme desirability of having a high- class newspaper expressing Constitutional and Uniouist principles in Swansea and the immediate neighbourhood has long been I kuen,y felt, and the Directors believe that I their present action will alupply this want. I, A General Parliamentary Ele-dion, to take place at, perhaps, a very early date, is ex- pected on all hands, aud it is uo; unlikely that in consequence of the attack upon the Church the Welsh constituencies will be more generally and more keenly fought tb^n Church the Welsh constituencies will be more generally and more keenly fought tban has recently been the case. If this "be done a high-class paper, advocating the principles expounded by the Conservative and l>ioiiist I Candidates, and giving greater prominence to their addresses than can be expected from newspapers pubtished in the interests of t eir opponents, will be most useful in curving tiiem to the homos of the electors, and nry become a material factor in ensuring the success of the candidates and their caue. The large population of Swansea and the tmntediate neighbourhood is amply sufficient to support a daily evening pa,per. The ex- perience of the lute proprietors has been that the people of the Western portions of Glamorganshire and of the Eastern parU of Carmarthenshire (as well as S u an sea proper) I are ready to read the weekly paper which lias contained the articles of news that appeared in the daily issues, with two or ihree columns of original matter in Welsh It is proposed to make the Welsh columns an importnut feature and an attractive clement in the I weekly issuse. The Directors have already secured the services of an efficient staft in order to Oiisure the popularity and success of the I papers. Two Contracts have been entered Into;- An Agreement, dated the 30ih day of 11 July, 1894, for the sale ot the said Business, and made between Sir John I Talbot Dillwvn Llewelyn, Joseph Hall, Robert S. Lindiey. William John Rees, James Allau Smith, and Thomas I William James of the one part, and Charles Hen y Cawker on behalf of the Company of the other part. An Agreement, dated t: e day of July, 1894, and made between the said Sir John Talbot Dillwvn Liewelvn, Joseph Hall, Roberts, Luidley, William John Rees. James Allan Smith, and Thomas William James of the one part, and David Daviee of the other part, being the appointment of the said I David D*vies as Editor and Manager of the said News papers. j It is anticipated that the issue of the even. ing paper will soon have a largely increased Apart from the undertaking of xingiug cut the newspapers, the Directors u-e assured and believe that a large business nay be done as general printers, and they lave reason to hope that at an early period he enterprise will be remunerative, and that he shares will be materially above par Taiue, It is provided in the Articles of Assoe j\- ion that the Directors shail not rerleive enumeration in any year until a dividend of per aeut, has baen paid upon the Ordinary iharea. If no allotment be made the deposit will be eturaed in full, and whore a less number of bares issiiotted than applied for, the sur- JS will be credited IU reduction of the moun.l payable on aliotweot. molli,.t payable on aliotweot. ( JpURNITURB JptJRNmTB JpUBNITURE HIRE PURCHASE SYSTEM. TERMS JZ3 w m. Is. 6d. per woafc Es 2a. Od. £10 3s. 6d. n £ 20 „ 6s. 0<L £30 7. 6d.. f-r) 0 12s. 6d. „ Immense Stock to select from. Only small deposit required. SPECIALITE in SUITES at ø 6t. All Goods Delivered Fr ee. f P. FREEDMAN & Co. 34, HIGH STREET, SW AHSRA. OTKSB BUXCKB NEWPORT (MON.), 1, 2, 3 & 4, MABKBS BUILDINGS. NEW TREDEGA& ELLIOT8TOWN Mi 82 NEW PINSIONE, SHEFFIELD. THE LLANELLY BREWERS BUCKLEY BROS.. BREWERS, MALSTERS, WYM .A8D 'II: SPIRIT IMPORTEGS, MINERAL WATER MANUFACTURERS Am BREWERS OF HOP BITTERS. PRICE LET ON APPLICATION. Agencies -— Tenby, NewCltstle-Rmlvn, LlandyBsil, Cos. marthen, St, Clears, Ammanford, and MMttM, I A gente wanted where not already appointed. I I I I ( I I I 258, C A R MART H EN RO A D. I 1 258, CARM A T: TH RN-ROA t). Established, 1831- w M. r ii i L L r p s. UNDERTAKER, JLSV COMPLETB FUNBRAh 33, Wellingtoij-Ktreet, 34, Singletoi.-te»race, 258, Carmarthen-road. Telephone 173. Price List on 1305] Application 258, CABXAAtftElMiaAD. I 258, CARMARTHEN-ROAD, 1- SPECIAL TO pOOTBALL pLAYERS, QLUBS, AXO ^CIIOOLS. PHILIP JENKINS Is new prepared with all the Latest NOVELTIES. DESIGNS, & COLOURS IN JERSEYS, CAPS, KNICKERS, HOSE, & BELTS. SPECIAL TERMS for LARGE QUANTITIES. Samples and Prices ou Applicatioa. SPECIALITY IN GYMNASTIC OUTFITS. 5, CASTLE SQUARE. SWANSEA. 23. HIGH STREET AND 21, UNION STREET, SWANSEA. LUNCHEON AND TEA AND COFFEE ROOMS. MODERATE CHARGES. r #" ): D. RICHARDS.