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AMUSEMENTS. SW,IN- s in ib6 ♦ TO-NIGHT! Messrs. F. 4 H. Reeves present a Musical, I, Revusical, Laughette, entitled— m EXPLOSIVES In Five Explosions. Guaranteed to Kill with Laughter and Wound Nobody. Cast includes ROBERT REILLY, HARRY MAXAM, KITTY EMSON, Lulu Copping, Regirra Williams, Ernest Ball, John Mc- Mahon, Louis Bland, Russell's Eight Fire- crackers, and a Shrapnel of Feminine Beauties. Latest News and War Films. THE MAPLES, Comedy Duo. JEN LATONA, In Light Comedy Songs, self-accompanied on Concertina and Piano. GRAND THEATRE SWANSEA. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4th, 1916, Six Nights at 7.30, and MATINEE SATURDAY at 2.30 p.m. C. W. Somerset in the Great Drama, THE SILVER KING. Next Week.—Return Visit of the George Edwardes Co. in BETTY." THE PICTURE HOUSE. High Strats. Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. TOM BROWN'S SCHOOLDAYS, A Picturisation of Thomas Hughes's Immortal Story. The Diamond From the Sky, Chapter 15: Desperate Chances." A Janitor's Wife's Temptation A Triangle Keystone Comedy. CASTLE CINEMA (Adjoining Leader Office). Mon., Tues. and Wed., 2.30 to 19.30. MARY PICKFORD In a Four-Part Drama, THE ETERNAL GRIND, A Pickford Classic, Grave and Gay. The Story of Three Sisters in a Sweater's Factory. (Above picture will be shown all the week) The Janitor's Wife's Temptation, A Triangle-Keystone Comedy, in Two Parts. CARLTON CINEMA DE LUXE, Oxford Street, Swansea. TO-DAY and During the Week, 11 a.m. till 10.30 p.m., CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE. THE BATTLE OF THE SOMME. WELSH FUSILIERS and other Famous Regiments in Action. ELYSIUM, High Street, Swansea. Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. William Fox present Anna Nilsson in REGENERATION (4 Acts). See the Great Steamship Fire- The Night Club Rict-Seven Hundred Scenes of Wonderment. Thtis Subject will be shown in addition to the usual All-Star Programme. Coming Shortly.-PEG 0' THE RING, In 15 Weekly Episodes. ROYAL THEATRE, Wind Street. Continuous Performance Daily, 2.30 till 11. Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. Great Póthe Drama, "AT BAY," In Five Parts, featuring Florence Reed. DIAMOND FROM THE SKY. A KNIGHT ERRANT, etc. Coming-THE BATTLE OF THE SOMME i — -■ ■■■ PUBLIC NOTrCES. DON'T FORGET THE I CRAND CHAIR EISTEDDFOD at TREBOETH, on SATURDAY, SEPT. 30th, j 1916, illi AID OF THE LOCAL SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS' SUCCOUR AND RECEPTION FUND. NUMEROUS ITEMS. CHAMPION PRIZES. See Programmes, lid. each, post fiee. Sec.: Geo. Smith, Post Office. Tirdeunaw; Assist. Sec.: E. Lloyd. Bryngelly-row, Tre- beth. EDUCATIONAL. GOWERTON INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL. The NEXT TERM will commence on TUESDAY, the 12th day of SEPTEMBER NEXT. Prospectus and Application Forms may be obtained from the Headmaster at the School or from JAMES H. BLAKE, Clerk to Governors. Goiierton, 24th August, 1916. JEENCH TAUGHT BY NATIVE TEACHER. The old methods of teaching foreign lan- guages involved long and tedious wo.rk. A NATURAL METHOD IS EMPLOYED AT The Swansea Commercial School whereby the proper atmosphere Je created, 80Dd rapid progress assured. Write for particulars to the Principal, CASTLE BUILDINGS, SWANSEA. (Tel. 567 Central). Or The De Bear Schools, Ltd., SW92, Queen-street, Cardiff. 'l'UDÉNTS Sncoeæful}y Prepared for Pm ERTNE in PITMAN'S Shonhand. Local ficie7? e BOARD and Civil Service. LES- SONS sriven in Arithmetic, English. Book- Keeping, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.- Mr. HarMs. 56, Oxford-street. Swansea. Day m Evening Tuition. OTiJJ, SALES BY AUCTION. i SlES BY AUCTION. In. PARK WBRN ROAD. SKL=I Sale of Household Furniture, Billiard Table, etc. J. Barron Pascoe, F.S.I., F.A.I., TTAS received instructions from the Executor of the late Mrs. M. A. Richards to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION at the above address, on WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6th, 1916. the Valuable Household Furniture AND EFFECTS, Comprising: — Handsome MAHOGANY BOOKCASE, Substantial Mahogany Side- board with Mirror Back, Mahogany Cir- cular Dining Table, Mahogany Pembroke Table, 6 Mahogany-frame Dining Chairs, 2 Easy Chairs in Tapestry, Mahogany Card Table, Brass-rail Kerbs and Fire Brasses, Cuckoo Clock, 2 Aneroid Barometers, Music Cabinet, several Gilt Pier Glasses, Hall Table, Mahogany Hall Chairs, Carved Mahogany Cheffonier, Mahogany Pedestal Desk, Desk Cabinet with Slope, Iron Safe (by Withers), Letter Press, Sun- dry Engravings and Oil Paintings, Brus- sels Carpets, Cushions, Antimacassars, Couch in Horsehair, Umbrella Stand, 2 Four-fold Screens, Sundry Ornaments, Jardinieres, magnificent Spanish Maho-1 ganv Wardrobe, Massive Mahogany Cliect of Drawers, Rosewood Bureau Chest of Drawers, Commode, Brass-rail and Iron Bedsteads, Hair Mattresses, Feather Beds, Blanket Boxes, Chairs, Toilet Ware, I Washstands, Dressing Tables, Sewing Machine, Kitchen Dresser, Tables, Mangle Steps, Crockery, Steel-top Fender, Kitchen Cupboard, Filter, costly selection of Glass, best quality Cutlery, E.P. Tea and Coffee Service, E.P. Biscuit Box. 2 E.P. G-bottle Cruets, E.P. Breakfast Cruet, E.P,Fish Slice, handsome Tea Service, 2 Brass Stew Pans, Several Sea Chests, Old Welsh Hat, etc., etc., also Quarter size Billiard Table, with Marker, Cues, Ivory Balls, etc. On view morning of Sale from 9.30.. Sale to commence at 11.30 o'clock a.m. prompt. Terms cash. Auctioneer's Offices: Cardigan Cham- bers, 6, College-street, Swansea. Docks Tel. 593. SHAFTESBURY HALL, ST. HELEN'S ROAD, SWANSEA. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6th, 1916. Mr. Joseph Harris HAS been favoured with instructions to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the above Hall (where the goods will have been removed from a gentleman's residence for convenience of sale), a large quantity of Superior and Well-Preserved Articles of Household Furniture AND OTHER EFFECTS. the chief items comprising:—HANDSOME CRIMSON PLUSH SUITE, with solid Mahogany high-back Chairs; Walnut- framed Suite in Leather, PITCIIPINE BEDROOM SUITE, Dark Walnut ditto, Small Oak ditto, Wire-wove Mattresses, Wool Overlays, Solid Oak Sideboard, with plate-glass mirror back, Solid Walnut do., Oak Telescope Dining Table, INLAID CHINA CABINET, Oil Paintings, splen- did E.P.N.S. Tea and Coffee Service, ex- cellent 400-day Clock under glass shade, Walnut Overmantels, Walnut Octagonal Table, Brass Fenders, Fire Brasses, Hearthrugs, Carpets, Carved Satin Wal- nut Bedstead, Brass and .Black ditto, OAK-GRAINED DRESSER, Dinner and Tea Services, Toilet Ware, &c., together with the usual Culinary Utensils, Child's Handsome Basiliette with canopy (equal to new), as well as a full-oompasfsed iron- fraawd PIANOFORTE, MAHOGANY KNEE-HOLE WRITING DESK, RQLL- TOP DITTO, YOST TYPEWRITER, and other articles too numerous to particu- larise. Goods on View Morning of Sale. Sale to commence promptly at 11 o'clock a.m. Terms—Ca-sh. Auctioneer's Offices: 1, George-street, Swansea. Tel. No. 4C9 Docks. Freehold Business Premises In the Centre of the Town of Swansea. No. 6, CRADOCK STREET, SWANSEA Iu the occupation of Mr. Taylor, Fruit- erer, under a lease for 21 years from 25t11 March, 1904. Present rent £5Q per an. num, rising on 25t £ March, 1918, to £551 until 1925. Lessee doing all repairs. Leasehold Dwelling-houses For investment or occupation. No. 72, ARGYLE STREET, SWANSEA In the occupation of the Vendor. Con- taining 8 rooms, and held with other pro- perty under a lease for 75 years fromi 25th March, 1875, and offered subject to the benefit of the under-leases, leaving a ground rent of S3 10s. fid. payable on this property. Poseteseion on completion. No. 14, PAGE STREET Private Dwelling-house, let at an annual rental of S28 per annum, tenant paying rates. Held under an under-lease for 96 years from 23rd of March, 1862, at a ground rent of S2 13.s. 3d. per'annum. This property is most conveniently situ- ated for residence, being near the centre of the town. MUMBLES: Noe. 1, 2 and 3, MYRTLE TERRACE Centrally situated in the village, close to the Police Station, and each containing 5 rooms and bath-room. Let at weekly I' rents of 8b. 6d. each, including rates. Held for a term of 99 years from 25th Decem- ber, 1907, at a ground rent of S:6 3s. for the whole. The above Valuable Properties will be offered for SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION by Henry F. Hood, F.A.I., at the HOTEL CAMERON, Swansea, on WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6th, 1916. Sale to commence at 3.0 pan. Particulars and conditions of sale can be had of A, J\ Pun tan, Esq., Fisher- street, as to the Freehold Property and Page-street; and of Messrs. Da vies, In- tgram and Harvey, Goat-etreet, as to Ar- gyie-etreet and the Mumbles; or as to all from the Auctioneer, at his offices, Ar- cade Chambers, Goat-6t, Swansea. Tel. 513 Central. GORSEINON. Sale of a Leasehold Dwelling-bouse and Premises in the Centre of Górøeinon. Messrs. Poole and John 111 AVE Received Instructions to Offer for SALE By PUBLIC AUCTION (Subject to Conditions of Sale to be Pro- duced), at the MARDY HOTEL, GOR- SEINON, on THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14th, 1918. at 7 o'clock in the Evening, the Very Desirable LEASEHOLD welling-house and Premises, Known as BRON HAUL," Alexandra- road, (iofteinon recently in the octupa- tion of Mr. John Daviee. The Property has been recently erected and occupies a Commanding Position on the Main Road, near the Cross, and con- tains on Ground Floor: Three Large Rooms, Scullery, Pantry, and ulStml (Offices; on the First Floor: Four Large Bedrooms; and is held under a Lease for 99 Years from December, 1898, at the Low Annual Ground Rent of 46a Possession can be Given upon Comple- tion. For Further Particulars, and to View, apply to the Auctioneers, Swansea-road, Loughor. and Coldstream Villa, Llanelly; or to Mr. C. H. Neweom beL, Solicitor, 'L Wind-street, Swansea. PRIZE COURT SALE. IN PR I ZE. TO be SOLD by PUBLIC AUCTION, by Order and for Account of THE MARSHAL of the ADMIRALTY (by direction of MESSRS. CHURCHILL and SIM, London, Brokers to the Marshal), at THE BALTIC SALE ROOMS, St. Mary Axe, London, E.C., on WEDNESDAY, September 6th, 1916, at ONE-THIRTY o'clock precisely. Ex BEEKBBRGEN," lying at London. Ex OOSTERDIJK" „ London. Ex BALTO" „ North Shields. Ex ALEXANDRA „ Newcastle- on-Tyue. Ex MODE London. Ex NOORDAM" „ London. Ex HERCULES" „ Liverpool. Ex "ROTTERDAM" (per H DATA V mR IV. "), lying at London. Ex LOCH TAY (per NANNA "), Ex KONG INGE lying at London. Ex KONG INGE" „ Leith. Ex ALBANIA" „ Glasgow. About 2m Barrels LUBRICATING OIL. 22 Empty Barrels 20 Barrels LUBRICATING GREASE. 453 „ FISH OIL (Cod Liver Oil and Train Oil). 26 „ TURPENTINE. 25 Casks STEARINE. 6 Barrels FISH STEARINE. 50 Casks COD STEARINE. 26 „ SPERM OIL. Buyers will he required to ented into a bond to comply with Government restric- tions as to Export. Goods are offered subject to all faults and defects and errors of description. Catalogues and all further particulars can be obtained and samples seen on application to GOODLAKE & NUTTER, Brokers, 78, Cornhill, London, E.C. Telegrams: Goodlako, Baltic, London." Telephones: Avenue 2689, 1276, 1277. Central 8516. SALES BY AUCTION. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1916. CORNER HOUSE FARM, KILLAY. Mr. Frederick F. Meager, TS Favoured with Instructions from Miss Margaret Ann Williams to SELL By PUBLIC AUCTION, a Grand Herd of SHORTHORN and JERSEY Milch Cows, TWO-YEAR-OLD & YEARLING STORE CATTLE & CALVES, SHIRE and OTHER HORSES, Modern Agricultural Implements, and a Quantity of Well-Preserved Household Furniture, on the above Date and Place. Further Particulars will appear later in Bills. Auctioneers' Office, Melbourne House, 7, Melbourne-place, Swansea. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. FORTHCOMING SALES. Mr. Astley Samuel, F IAII. Sept. 19.—Furniture, Queenr-road, Sketty. Sept 21—Household Effects, Bryn Derwen. Ailtwen, Pontaidawe. Sept. 27.-Household Appointments, St. Alban's-road, Swansea. Auctioneer's Offices, King's Chambers, Swansea. Telephone: Docks 266. SENNYBRIDGE. (Close to Devynock Railway Station.) 2,005 Sheep, 51 Cattle. THE ANNUAL SALE of FOREST I LODGE DRAFT STOCK, the pro- perty of Mr. W. S. Miller, will be held at SENNYBRIDGE, on MONDAY, 18th SEPTEMBER, 1916. SHEEP.—35 Pure-bred Shropshire, Rye- land and Kerry Rams; 60 excellent Cheviot and Cross-Cheviot and Cardie Rams; 800 strong Store Ewes (Shropshire, Ryeland, Kerry, Cheviot and Cross-Cheviot and Welsh, about 300 of these are one, two and three-year-old Ewes, raddled on head!; 100 one and two-year-old Wethers, and 500 three-year-old ditto; 250 Ewe Lambs (Keriy, Cross Kerry, Cheviot and Cross- Cheviot) 250 Wether Lambs, ditto. Note.—The Rams are a fine lot, and the Kerry and Crosa Kerry Ewes and Ewe Lambs are specially nice. CATTLE—30 Grand Dairy Heifers (Shorthorn, Jersey and Ayrshire), most of which are to calve from August to Xmas, 1916; 3 Hereford Cows and Calvee; 1 well- bred Hereford Bull Calf; 14 good Barren Shorthorn and Hereford Heifers, mostly fat. Three Months' Credit on Approved Security for sums over £10. Discount at the rate of 5 per cent, per annum. Lunch at 11. Sale at 12.30, beginning with Rams. Brakes will leave Llandovery Station at 10 a.m. to 10.30, and return after the Sale. For the convenience of purchasers from Monmouth and Glamorgan, a Motor 'Bus or Train will leave Sennybridge for Brecon in the afternoon to meet the 5.10 p.m. Brecon and Mcrthyr Train. Sun Rises 6.19, Sun Sets 7.40. Lightlng-up Thrsa, 8.10. Subdue Lights visible from the sea at 8.10. Subdue other Lights at 9.40. High Water To-day, 18.47 a.m., 11.7 p.m. King's Dock—35ft. 9in. a.m., 55ft. Oin. p.m. To-morrow, 11.32 a.m., 12.2 p.m.



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