THOROUGH SIGHT-TESTING. yOU are cordially invited to call upon Mr. ERIC REES. F.R.M.S.. F.S.M.C.. etc. (Lond.), 26, Castle-street. Swansea. Con. oultation Free. IJhontJ Central 520. d.b.-t-c. SPECIALISED VOCAL TRAININC. VOI(JES Tested Free of Charge.—Arthur v Hey. Mus. Bao, 251, Oiioru-hiree:, Swansea Phone: Central 716. BARMAIDS, HOTEL SERVANTS, Etc. JAIAN TED, Good Working Barmaid; good » wages given to suitable girl.—Apply, <ating age, wages, and experience, to "Bar- tnaid," Daily Post," Swansea. 514h2-6 MOTHERS' HELPS. W ANTED, Lady Help. Plain Cooking.- » Apply at Charlie Evans', Tobacconist and Newsagent, Brynyrnor-road, Swansea. 376h2-2 NURSE-HOUSEMAIDS. .tT ANTED,. Nurse-Housemaid, for Eden- t avenue; another Maid kept.-Apply ?utchinson, ,eaohleigh," West Cross. 119h2-3 HOUSE-PARLOURMAIDS. V ■■ -——— — ■ tXT .ANTD, a Parlourmaid and a House- maid, by February 15th, in Gentleman's House, near Swansea.—Write A. B. C. Daily Post," Swansea. 371h2-2 M HOUSEKEEPERS. OUSEKEEPER Required for one Gentle- man; mUiSt be good Cook, energetic, and thoroughly trustworthy; highest references rssen tia ].-Apply, evenings, between 7.30 and or by letter, 20, Eussell-atreet, Swansea. 317M-31 COOK-GENERALS. COOK-GENERAL Wanted; good wages to a suitable Girl; three in family; no washing or ircniti,t-pply Mrs. Bailey, Heathfield House, end of Heathfield-road. 281hl-31 WAITED, Middle of February. Good Cook-General, for small family: pri- vate hQtlse: good home; plain .washing; reference required. Apply 227, Oxford- street, Swansea. 15t3nl-31 w ANTED, a Cook-General; no washing: lielp given with cleaning; Uplands district.-Apply Mrs. Charlie Evans, The Newsagent, Brynymor-road, Swansea. 376h2-2 OAY GIRLS. TXT"ANTED, .a Good Day Girl, to Assist in Housework.—Apply 2, Euasell-street, Swansea. 517h2-2 GENERALS. A YOUG General SeT?- r .cited.— t e d.- ?- Apply Mrs. Frick^ t'norton Villas. 3CZhi-3t (II APABLE Caneral Required; small failnily; I noine.-Apply 2, Bay View-terrace, MjT'ibles. 279RU-3I C1ENERAL Wanted; also Day Girl; small ?? family; liberal outings.—Apply 8, North- ampton-place Swansea. 1558h2-5 W ANTED, a Good General, able to do » Plain Cooking; two nights off weekly; good homo and good wages to Reliable Girl. —Apply Homely," Daily Post," Swansea. 293hl-31 WANTED, a Good General Servant, by t February 9th; references required.— Apply 16, Eaton-crescent. 294hl-31 WANTED, at once, Good General; sleep in.—Apply to 11, Carnglas-road, Sketty. 385h2-2 YKT ANTED, General, with reference.— » Apply 17, Walters-road, Swansea. 383hl-3l w A-NTED, a Good General Servant, to r1' Assist i& Bar in evening.—Apply Mrs. Jones, Sea Beach Hotel. 397hZ-3 YXT ANTED, General Servant, about 20 years of age.—Apply Mrs. Jones, Teify House, Pontardulais. 425h £ -3 WANTED, Good Generat, for family of three; references required.—Apply Mrs. n. S. Thomas, Dantwyn," Oak-terrace, Briton Ferry.. 1560n2-5 WANTED, an Experienced General Servant; v 7 three in family; good wages gjyen.— Apply Mrs. G. Marquiss, SunnyBanJs,, .Uplands, Swansea. 447h2-5 X\TANTED, for Fforestfacb, good General Servant, able to wa?h and iron.— Aprb7, first by letter to Forest" Daily Post" Swansea. 429h2-5 WAN.-TED, at once, a Respectable Girl, » for Housework; good wages. — Mrs. Forbes, 161, St. Helen's-road, Swansea. 460'1.2-1 \XTANTED, good General, able to do Plain W Cooking; good wages.—Mrs. Thomas,! Norton V;Ila, West Cross, Swansea. ''?2b/2 TXT ANTED, Experienced General; good w wages given.-Apply, with references, Mrs. Brown, 118, Bryn-road, Swansea. 489h2-l WANTED, a Willing Girl, 18 to 20, to w Assist in Housework and Deliver Milk; steep in; must be clean; good wages to suitable person; no others need apply.—W. Taylor, Cradock-street, Swansea. 499h2-6 T?T'ANTED, a C lean, Respectable Woman, w aged about M? for Light Morning Work; two in family.—Write R. Daily Post." Swansea. 494h2-2 Y? ANTED, a Girl, about 16 years of age, W fond of Children; references re- quired— Appjy 27, Portia-terrace, Mount Pleasant-. 492n2-1 WANTED, Gc-od General, about 19 to 20, for Uplands district.—Apply Mrs. J. G. Ja-nes, Castle-square. 530h2-6 w ANTED, Good General. James, 18, King Edward-road, Swansea. 539h2-6 ,V ANTED, Young, Capable General, to do "Work of Small House, in Cower.— Write Gower, Daily Post," Swansea. 536h2-6 t?/ANTED, Gocd General.—Write Need- fuI," Daily Post," Swansea. 521h2-3 SERVANTS' RECISTRY OFFICES. A RELIABLE REGISTRY—Mrs. Evans,' A 146, Rhyddings-terra?e, Brynmill. Swan- sea, Requires Cook-Generals, House-Parlour: I maids, Generals, Nurses, and other Maids. Roonqs to Let. 464h2-5 QERV ANTS! Servants! Servants!-Hundreds o Wanted, all parts. No booking fee.— a,: At. Carter's, Worcester-place (opposite Castle ?? Cinema), Swansea. 321hl-31 BEANSBY'S (County) Registry, Mumbles- B T?lep'hone, 18). Chambermaids want Places in Swansea. Wanted, Cook-Generls, Generals, Nurse-Housemaids. All kinds Maids. 343h2-5 REGISTRY Office for Servants, 221. Oxford- R street, Swansea.-Mrs. Llew. HoweU re- quires Good Generals, Cooks, House-Parlonr- maids. Two. Working Housekeepers require places. 470h2-l » CLERKS. Etc. CLERK Wanted, for Old-established Office; C ineligibie; one able to Type preferred.- Write, stating salary desired, Mr. N. 134, Bhondda-street. Swansea. 322hl-31 T7ACANCY occurs in a Leading Wholesale Provision Merchants' Office, for Competent Junior Clerk (ineligible); good salary.—Age, references, etc., at once, tol "Provincial," "Daily Post." Swansea. 529h2-2 TIT ANTED, Clerk, with Knowledge of Book-keeping (over Military age, or niedically unfit).State-age, and wages re- quired, to Box 500, Daily Post," Swansea. 150 n 2-6 j UT ANTED, by Young Man, aged 39 (unfit for W military service), Position as General Clerk in Coal Exporter's Offioa; used to Wagon Book and Typings 41 years' experi- ence.—Write Unfit," Daily Post," Swansea. 485h2-1 WANTED, General Clerk (ineligible/ W Wholesale Grocers.—State age and experience, with copy of referenoes. to Equator," Daily Post." Swansea. 529h2-2 APPRENTICES AND ASSISTANTS. APPRENTICE.—Wanted, Intelligent Young ALady, Apprentice; every facility for | Jvearnitlg Shorthand, Typewriting, and Office Routine-, small premium.—Apply, person- ally, The Bar-Lock, Co., Ltd., 5, College-street. 291hl-31 GROCERY H:mde. Male (ineligible) G Wanted—Apply Manager, "Societv Hknven. 510h2.Z GRÕèERy.-W8.l1ted. at once, two Experi- Genced Young Ladies, for Grocery Trade. Apply, with references, stating salary, required, to T. Tnstian and Co., Ltd., 18, 19 and 31, Clarence-street, Swansea. 535h2-6 RICHARD LEWIS, Higb-Btreet. Swansea, Rhaos a Vacancy for an Ap:"entice to the Iillinery Workroom; also one to the Mantle "^jykroam. 319M-33 APPRENTICES AND ASSISTANTS. i Q:d;:n:t 's one used to counter preferred.—Halford Cycle Co., Castle-square. Swansea 430h2-l YOUNG Lady Required, with Counter Ex- perience, for Pork Shop: live in; refer- ences—Davies, 115, High-street, Merthyr. I 'r 472h2-5 MISCELLANEOUS GITUATIONS. 4 Berth for life, with a lifo of travel, at » good salary awaits a youth from 16 as soon as he qualifies as a Wireless Operator with us. We have to oope with this de- mand: more tlhan doubled our acoommoda- tion. To youths lea ring school. or medically unfit for the Service, this is a splendid opening. Men of military age, Class A, cannot be acospted unless they come for short courses to train for the Services.— Wireless College, St. Mary-street, Cardiff, and Castle-street, Swansea. lehone 3008. Z1!!9 A NGLO-AMERICAN Oil Company Require Competent Motor and Horse Drivers (ineligible), for Swansea, Llanelly, Amman- ford. etc.; good wages to suitable men.— Apply Davey, Hafod Siding. 497h2-6 "OUTCHERS.—Wanted, two Shop Managers ? (ineligible).-Apply H. Woodley and Co., 199, High-etreet, Swansea. 340h2-2 CHAPEL-KEEPER. Wanted. at once, for J Pantygwydr Chapel, Uplands (ineligible). —Apply Hood, Arcade Chambers, Goat-street, Swansea. 369h2-2 EMLYN LEWIS A CO., 8; Rutland-street, Requirq a Warehouseman (ineligible); Good Packer; good wages to suitable man; any age, to 50. 408hl-31 GROCERY.—Wanted, at once, Warehouse- kx man (ineligible); must be used to Grocery Tride.-Apply, with reference, stat- ing wages required, T. Tustian and Co., Ltd., Clarenoe-ptreet, Swansea. 535h2-6 HAULIER (ineligible) Wanted; must be &c- Hcustomed to Horses; state wages re- quired.—Z22, Daily Post," Swansea. 1557n2-S T7|fANTED. Burner, for "Hoffman" Kiln; al3o Setters and Drawers; ineligible; good wage,& and War Bonus; or will Let Piecework, if preferred.—Apply Graig Brick Works, Morriston. 1545nl-31 W ANTED, Coaoh Painter and Body » Builder (ineligible); constant employ- ment and good wagee for Firstrolaas Men.— Palmer Bros., Gower-street. 278hi-31 W AINTED, immediately, an Experienced f ReiiabLe Chauffeu r (ineligible); present Man called up.—Apply Dr. Jones. Skewen. 1547nl-31 w -KNTED, a,TimekeepeK (ineligible), for a Large Colliery, west of Swansea.— Apply, stating wages required, to Box 155, Daily Post," Swansea. 1554n2-2 WrANTED, at once, Young Women.-Apply if Hum's Mineral Water Works, Nelson- terrace, Swansea. 384hl-31 w ANTED, a Man. used to the Furniture » ▼ tA), do Touching-tip.—Bevan and < Furnishers, 280,' Oxford-street, Swansea, I 348hZ.1 W ANTF, f), Motor 'Lorry Driver (inelig- ible), for Selden Lorry, Rhondda Valley; good wages, oommisaion, and War Bonus to suitable man.—Write Mex," "Dail: Post," Swansea. 412h2-3 WANTED, Respectable Youth, about 16 f' years old. to Assist in Credit Drapery Business; mostly indoors: good opening. Apply" Efficient," Daily Post," Swansea, 423h2-3 W ANTED, Horsekeeper and Vanman (two horses), to Deliver Bread; must be in. eligible or discharged soldier.—Apply W. H. Palmer, Argyle Bakery, Swansea. 4SOhZ-5 w ANTED, Elderly ilan, to Assist. in » Bakfery.—Apply Allen's Bakery, High- ,street. Swansea. 427h2-1 W ANTED. Single Man, to liva in, used to » Farming; under or over military age (ineligible).—Apply Stephens, Penlan Farm, Dunvant. 426h2-3 I w ANTED, Man (ineligible) and Wife, Man to follow his occupation; no Children; good home; excellent terms.— Write Box 5, Daily Post," Swansea. 461h2-5 W ANTED, Drivers, Steerers, and Wag- goners, for Traction Engines, lla,uling. Loading, and Discharging Light Pitwood (ineligible).—Apply, stating age, experience, reference, and wages" required, to Lewis, 9, Forest-terrace, Pontardulais. 1568n2-6 W ANTED, Handy Man (ineligible),' to Work) Auction Sales.-r-Apply Ham- mer," Daily Post," Swansea. 1566n2-6 W ANTED, Baker (ineligible), for Colliery Distriet.-Give full pa^tioalars to, Box 6, Daily Post," Swansea. &04h2-3 W ANTED, a Capable Motor Driver (in. eligible4; state. experieinoe; Wsbnal I application preferably. — Apply Bowen, Sarso Works, Morriston. 1567h2-6 t— 3 OFFICE BOYS, ERRAND BOYS, Eta. SMART Boy' Wanted, for Van; aged 15.— Apply Peek, Frean and Co., 6, Wind- street, Swansea. 484tl-31 SHARP Lad (from School) Required, for Colliery Offices. Write "Carbon," "Daily Post," Swansea. 533h2-2 STRONG Boy W.td.-Apply The Thomas k Hardware Co., Uplands. 512h2-2- w ANTED, a Strong Lad (ineligible), used to Horses.—Apply G. Thomas, Haulier, Llanrhidian. 304h2-2 w ANTED, Strong Lad, at onoo; good wages.-Apply Manager, Davies (Chem- ists), Ltd.. 13, Walters-road. 419h2-3 ANTED, a (Strong Errand Boy; wages » 10s. per week.-Apply. Watts, Confer tioner, Nelson-street. s 1562n2-2 g' rAILORS. TAILORESSES. DREss. MAKERS. Ete. A GOOD Buttonhole Hapd, and Good All- ?? round Hand. Wanted at once.—Apply 12, Dynevor-place, Swansea. 473h2-5 AGENTS. AND TRAVELLERS. A GOOD Agent Wanted (ineligible). A Man with Spare Time may secure a good and independent position. No risk or outlay. Write "Secure," "Daily Post;" Swansea. 313hl-31 UPERINTENDENT Wanted, in Port -Tal- bot, to Organise and Control a Staff of Agents (ineligible). Good opening for Active I Man with Assurance Experience. — Write "Active," Daily Post," Swansea. 366h2-2 COLLECTORS. CAMVAMERS. Etc. LIVERPOOL Victoria Legal Friendly Society.—Additional Collectors Wanted, at Neath and Distriot (ineligible); every facility given; highest terms and commis- sion paad; no Blook System; interest in books; additional Bonus and Transfer Fees paid; excellent Tables. Bonuses paid to members, £ 511,189. War Claims paid to date, £ 250,000.—Apply to Manager, 4, Cradock- street, Swansea; or J. M. ifvacis, Superin- tendent, Queen's Chambers, The Square, Neath. 156Sn&6 SITUATIONS WANTED, DISCHARGED Soldier (Married) Seeks Employment, as Storekeeper 'or Driver, or anything suitable.—Write "Discoharged," Daily Post," Swansea. 417hZ-3 GROCERY" and Provisions.-Wanted, by ?? Experienced M&n, Position, as Manager, Sale or Branch-Writ? Capable," "Daily Poqt." Swansea. > 519b2 7 MORNING or Day Work Required, by Re- spectable Person.—Write Morning," "Daily Post," Swansea. 454h2-5 STRONG, Well-educated Youth, recently Discharged from the Army, desires Post, in good Merchant's Office; must have prospects.—Write Prospect," "Daily Post," Swansea. 474h2-5 STOREKEEPER (ineligible), Praotioal Knowledge of General, Small Tools, and Booking, Seeks Immediate Employment.— Write Stores," Daily Post," Swansea. 296M-31 WANTED, Situation as Motor Driver (in- eligible); disengaged 27th inst.; good references.—Write Yamus," Daily Post," Swansea. 314h2-l YOUNG Lady seeks Position as Book-keeper; JL h",d good training.—Write Box 496, "Daily Post," Swansea. 455h2-5 anaea. MISCELLANEOUS. DON'T Waste More Money in Rent. Send for Personal Ownership," and see how you can make the house your own.—Poet Free, on application to the Managers, The Provident Association of London, Ltd., 246, Bishopsgate, London. Mention Swansea Daily Post. 313hl-31 "iV'l f ADAME DRUSILLA. F.B.I.M.S. (Di? ? loma), Palmist-Clairvoyant. American Mystio Readings. Advice Daily. Hours: n" to 9.—Address: 68. St. Helen's-road, Swansea (opposite Hospital). 336h2-2 THE War Loan.—Earn Money in your J- Sp&ra Time and Invest it in England's Premier Security. Write the Manager, Oaxton. Publishing Co., Ltd., "Western Mail" Chambers, Cardiff, for particulars of how to. do it. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS. ANTED, 4 Small Trolley Wheels, or Light Trolley, about 10 to 11-owt.: good l condition; state price, and where can be 'seen.—Write "Troller," "Daily Post." Swansea. 360h2-3 WANTED, faulage of Coal by the Ton or » Hotir-Apply Taylor, Hyfrydle, Dun- vant. 421hl-31 Tf ANTED, a Good Second-hand Tent, medium size, in good condition, with or without Floor.—Write, price and particu- lars, to Tent," Daily Post," Swansea. 306hl-31 WANTED, to Purchase, Good Gramophone t' and Reoords. Wrte "Recorder," Daily Post," Swansea. 458hl-31 WANTED, Horse Manure, in Truck: Loads.—Quote to Gardener," Daily IHst," Swansea. 501h2-6 MISCELLANEOUS SALES. FOR SALE, 100-Egg Incubator (Tamlin's make), as good as new, price ZS 10s.; can be seen at any time.—Apply J. Gifford, Roseland Villa. Hendrefoilan-road, Sketty. 403h2-3 OR SALE, Good Second-hand Trolley.— l.l' —Apply T. Page, Wheelwright, Strand. 347h21 I FOR SALE, OoaJ Scale, bargain.—Apply ￼ D. Rees, Liverpool House, Penclawdd. 477h2-2 ?F OR SALE. Worthington Type 3 x 2 Boiler L' Feed Pump, in good condition; can be seen working. South Wales Laundry, Francis-street, Swansea. 1569n2-6 17*OR SALE, Invalid Chair, Sack Truck, Scope IScales, Gm Stove; chc&p.—Apply Ponty- glasdwr-street, Greenhili, Swansea. 483hl-31 F OR SALE, cheap, about 250 British Eleo- tric Metallic Lamps, in small or large quantities.—Apply D. Jones, 3, Grove-place, Swansea. 496h2-6 FOR SALE, Shed. 17 x 10, Tiled Roof, Boarded inside. 4 Windows; Shed, 14 x 10, in good condition.—JeSreys, Lion Stores, Lower Cwintwrch. 328M-31 HONEY.—1 Cwt. Pure. Super Honey, in Tin I Jugs, Is. per lb. carriage paid.—Apply Miss M. Jones, Pantyciauddya, Llandyssul, S.W. • 436h2-5 14;IFCON-JD-HA'D Cash Till for Disposal, ? Ch(\?p. to immediate purchaser.—J. Per- rett, "Daily Post," Briton Ferry. 3560n2-5 TO SEA ANGLEKS.—Second-hand Rods, Reels -L and Various Tackle, in excellent condi- tion, for Sale, cheap.-24, Vivian-road, Sketty. 471 hZ-5 TYPEWRITER for Sale, one No. 5 Smith Pre- mier, in good condition; bargain, £8, or nearest offer.-f;manud Thoma.s and Son, Mineral Water Manufacturers, Alexandra- road. Swansea. 445h2-l LOST AND FOUND. I^OUND, in St. Thomas. Welsh Flannel Underskirt, not quite OniLhed.-Owner can 'have sam. -on applying, to Mrs. Margetts, 2, Harbour View. St. Thomas, Swansea. 416hl-31 LOST, White and .Brown Pom (Bitch). Finder Rewarded. Detainer prose- cutRd.-6'2, High-street-, Swansea. 404h?-31 • L OST, on Football Field, Townhill, Silver Watch.—Reward on returning same to 1, Burman-street, Swansea. 480hZ-! LOST, between Elysium and Pottery-street, JLj' Bit Badge, No. 62551. Will finder kindly return to Police Station, Swansea. 486h2-l LOST, between Hanover-street and G.W.R. Station, on Monday, Lady's' Gold Ex- pandfhg Bracelet Watch; 10s. Reward offered to finder.-13. Hanover-street, Swansea. 295hl-31 LOST, Friday, 19tih January, vicinity of Tramway Depot, War Badge, B205534 — Please return to Davies, 21, Oakwood-road, Brynmill. Reward. 523h2-2 LOST, between 56, Inkerman-street and 23, Fabian-street, St. Thomas, a Pair of Spectacles in Case. Tinder Rewarded.—S. Owen, The Rhyddings, Brynmill. 509h2-2 LOST, a Black Pomeranian Bitch, with -L? white star on breast.-Anyone return- ing same-to 85a, High-street, Swansea, will be Rewarded. 324h2-l LOST, on Saturday night, between High- street and Waunwen, Military Cap. t Finder, please return toj 22, Middle-road, Cwm- j bwrla. 449h2-3 I LOST, White Bull Terrier Dog; answers to .name of "Mike." Finder rewarded; de- j tainer prosecuted.—Return A. E. Roe, Wood- batch, Eaton Grove, Swansea. 456h2-1 QTRAYED from Cedela Farm, Bay Mare, about 16J hands. -Apply W. Smith, 29. Strand. 346h2-l I I -¡ PROPERTY FOR SALE OR TO LET. STABLES, Etc., TO LET. To LET, Two-stall Stable and Coach-house, with Long Yard, in Oxfo,-d treet.- Apply Boyle, Grocer, Beach-street, Swansea. 288hl-31 ■)! r* WORKROOMS. Etc., TO LET. —.—— TO LET, Storeroom or Workshop, -vith Loft over, back of Page-street, Swansea; im- mediate possession.-Apply Musgrave, Worces- ter-place, Swansea. 4fllh2-5 CARACES, Etc., TO LET. GARAGE to Let, near Hogpital; every ?? Gonvenience; very low rent. — Write Doctor," Daily Post," High-street, Swan- sea. 520hl-31 BUSINESSES FOR SALE. FOR SALE, Fish and Ohip Bar; a Good, ,Business.-Write Box 320, "Daily Post," Swansea. 320hl-31 FURNISHED HOUSES TO LET. TO LET, on Constitution Hill, Furnished House, containing six rooms, bath (hot and cold), every modern convenience.— Apply, first instance, Miss Harper, 7, Hum- phreys-street, Swansea. 1564n2-l HOUSES TO LET. I'" L. LMA," 86. Eaton Grove.—Well-built, Commodious Residence, containing three Reception-rooms, Billiard-room (open- ing on to terrace), six Bedrooms, Bathroom, etc.; good view of bay; large Garden (side and back entrance); rent. 475.-Apply W. J. Rees and Partners, "Laurels," Swansea. lS56n2-3 HOUSE to Let to a suitable tenant; imme- diate possession; moderate rent- Apply, after 5 p.m., 10, King Edward-road, Swansea. 327hl-31 TO LET, 11-Roomed House; every conveni- -L ence; vacant 25th March.-Apply Green- ing, Killay. 453h2-5 LLANGAMMARCK WELLS.-To Let, or Lease, Cwmbryn House, Commodious Deta-dhed Residence, or suitable for Private Hotel; nice grounds; south aspect; large Entrance Hall, 4 Reception-rooms, 13 Bed- rooms, bathroom (hot and oold), Lavatory, 2 .large Kitchens, Pantry, Coal House, Cellars, w.o., fine Garden. Plot of Land at back suitable for Lawn, or for Poultry and Pigs; 3 minutes from Station, Post, and Church, near Links and Barium Springs; best residential position in locality; mode- rate rent.—Apply Pugh, "Clribbarth," Garth, Breoonshire. 518h2-6 MEVEESLEY-ROAD, Sketty, to Let; convenient house, bath (hot and oold), etc., 8 rooms; plose to tram terminus; rent 128 (exclusive).-Apply Higman, 21, Union-street. 459h2-5 HOUSES WANTED. HOUSE Wanted, by March 25th, Norfolk- -Ll street, Rhondda-stret, or Cromwell -street; two in family.—Write "Norfolk," I "Daily Post," Swansea. 444h2r5 ESPECTABLE Family wishes to Rent a R Small House, by preference, in Llan- &mlot.-Write, stating terms, to J. D., Daily Post," Swansea. *)0Zh2-2 W ANTED, neighbourhood of Eaton- crescent, or Grove, Modern House; 3 reception and 5 bedrooms; Rent, or Buy (price moderate).-Write, Crescent," Daily Post," Swansea.. 391h2-2 TXTEftT Cross, or Black pill.—Detached or Semi-detached House, with modern conveniences, Wanted, near sea; no immedi- ate .hurry for possession.—Write "Doctor," Daily Post," Swansea. 458hl-31 w ANTED, House, in good locality; rent, Us. to 13s. (inclusive).—Write Box M.Y., Daily Post," Swa?sea? 506h2-6 Post. Swansea, 506h2-6 HOUSES FOR SALE. FOR SALE, Semi-detached Villa, known as Goedwig." Swansea-road, Pontardu- lais.—For partioularsi apply to Ben Mat- thews, Gower Inn, Gowerton. 400hZ-3 FOR SALE. No. 7, Richmond-road. Up- ,F lands; -?eleotrio light and all modem conveniences; early possession; magnificent sea. view.-Apply on the premises. 413h £ -3 HOUSES FOR SALE. FOR SALE, Leasehold House, in Argyle- street, Swansea, and another in Man- selton-road, Man pe! ton.—Apply David M. Thomas, Estate Agent, Rutland-street, Swan&ea. 4151il-31 F OR SALE. Freehold, Detached Villa, Sketty-alvenue; frontage. 30ft.; depth, 200ft.; double side entrance; also back entrance. —Apply, in first instance, E. G. B. Daily Post." Swansea. 339h2-l F OR SALE, Leasehold House, in Bernard- street, Uplands. Swansea (B-roomed); modem conveniences, including electric light.-Apply David M. Thomas, Estate Agent, Rutland-street, Swansea. 309hl-31 'L'OR SALE, 2 Houses in Phillip-street, Man- selton; four and six rooms; 69 years' lease unexpired.—Apply Jones, 34, Trafa^ar- terrace, Swansea. 451h2-5 U PLANDS.-For Sale, Modern Detached Villa, near Cwmdonkin Park; view of bay; healthy situation. Apply Austin Williams and Son, Solicitors, 56, Wind-' street, Swansea. 528h2-6 APARTMENTS TO LET. A LARGE Well-furnished Front Sitting -??- and Bedroom to Let; good Cooking and Attendance.—Apply 140, Bryn-roa4, Swansea. YAih2-11 COMFORTABLE Lodgings, for 2 or 3 'Work- ing Girls.-153, Western-street (close to Grand Theatre). 537h2-6 I^URNISHED Bed-Sitting-room to Let, with L' use Of soullery, to Respectable Married Couple (one Child not objeoted to).—Apply 43, Prince of Wales-road, Swansea. 407h2-4 UMBLES.-Kitchen and Large Bedroom .J.. J to Let. Unfurnished, to Quiet, Respect- able People.—Apply M. E. P. 2, Cornwall- plac. Mumbles. 500h2-6 RESPECTABLE Lodgings for Two or Three Working Men; centraL-Write Box 222, Daily Post" Swansea. 428h2-5 TO LET, Comfortably Furnished Sitting- room and Bedroom (without attend- ance); healthy position; near St. James' Gardens; or Unfurnished. Write "Com- pany," "Daily Post" Offioe, Swansea. 289,hl-31 TWO Unfurnished Rooms to Let, suit Mar- Tried Couple without children; bath and every wliveitienoe.-Apply 145, King Edward- road, Swansea. 329hl-31 rpwO Furnished Roms to Let.—Apply 55, J- King Edward-road, Swansea. 457h2-l rPWO Unfurnished Booms to Let—Apply 40, Baglan-street, Port Tennant. 488112-1 TWO 1J nfurnished or Furnished Rooms to Let; very homely; use of soullery; bs^th- room; opposite Cricket Field.-102, St. Helwt's- avenue. Swansea. 452h2-5 TO LET, with all conveniences, Front Sit- ting-room and Bedroom, suit Business Gentleman; terms moderate.—Write "Home," Daily Post," Swansea. S23h2-1 T 0 LET, Furnished Sitting-room and Bed- room, with Attendance, or Apartments; bath, etc.; central; moderate; suit Married Couple. — Apply" 6lenlynn, 162, King Edward-road, Swansea. 382h2-1 rpo LET, 2 or 3 Unfurnished Rooms.—Apply 1 61, Norfolk-street. Swansea. 391h2-2 rpo LET, Two Unfurnished R(>oms,?in a -L Countiy Residence, 3 miles from Swan- sea;, a Plot of Land if desired.—Write "Rooms," "Daily Post," Swansea. 421hl-31 T 0 LET/ Double-bedded Room, with use of Sitting-room; ba.th (hot and cold).— Apply 56, St. Georg e's-te rraot-. Swansea. 439h2-5 TWO Unfurnished Rooms to Let.—Apply 15, Brunswick-street. Swansea. 442h2-l T 0 LET, near Hospital, two Furnished Rooms, suit Yoipig Couple, or two Young Ladies.—Apply at Charles Evans's, Newsagent and Tobacconist, Brynymor-roadi Swansea. 513h2-6 VICTORIA-AVENUE.—To Let, 2 or 3 16, Furnished Rooms, without Attend- a,n6e, close to sands, park, and baths. 462n2-5 APARTMENTS WANTED. ADVERTISER would "Give Services in re- turn for two Unfurnished Rooms, Fire and Light; references.—Write "Service," Daily Post," Swansea. 498h2-2 GENTLEMAN Requirea Good Apartments, ?T near High-street Station, Swansea.— Write, stating full details, to Details," "Daily Post," Swansea. 522lh2-2 LADY, with Dog, Requires Bedroom and Sitting-room, in or near Swansea, with Clean, Quiet,. Homely "people; moderate terms.—Write i Mrs. I'- Knight. Lipping-, cott," Wellington, Somerset. 505h2-6 .Wt V A' ITED, Board -Residence, with a itc- fined Family, or Rooms, near St. James' Park, by Doctor's Widow.—Write Box 83. Daily Post," Swansea. 399hl-31 W ANTED, two Furnished Rooms, or Bed- Sitting-room moderate rent; bath; one Child not objected too; out all day.- Write Box 790, Da.ily Post," Swansea. 398hl-31 W ANTED, Cosy Front Combined Room, for f t Young Gentleman; bath; respectable people and locality; with or without board.- Write X.Y.Z., Daily Post," Swansea. 159n2-2 WANTED, within easy dist&noe of Albert t,. Hall, nice Sitting-room and Bedroom, for Young Couple; preferably with bath and piano.—Write Box 489, Daily Post," Swansea. 490b2.1 TVTV T ANTED, Cosy, Front Combined Room, if for Younsr Gentleman: bath; Respect- able People and locality.—Terms, with and without Board, to X. Y. Z Daily Post," Swansea. 502h2-2 WANTED, two Unfurnished Rooms, with Elderly People preferred, between G.W.R. Station and MaTket.-Write "Quiet," Daily Post," Swansea. 508h2-6 WANTED, two Unfurnished Rooms, with Respectable People; terma-modera-te; Brynmill or Uplands.—Write Roy," "Daily Post," Swansea. lCOn29 TRADE SPECIALITIES. ANTOINE'S Copying Ink. Reduced rates. A —Apply "Daily Post" Stationery De- partment. High-street. Swansea. DAVIES & ELLIOTT, Motor Engineers, L ChristinarStreet Garage. Repairs Promptly Attended to. 275hl-31 DUTCH Brown P,i.ekling Onions!-Despite submarine difficulties, 1,000 Bags Brown Dutch Pickling Onions, just arrived. Whole- sale prices, apply dir&ct importers.-Eman-uel Thomas and Son, Swansea. 445h2-l ENVELOPES, all sizes, Commercial and Catalogue Shapes. at "Daily Vost" Stationery Department,, High-street, Swan- sea FISH Merohantr,P. Molyneux, Ltd., 120, JL High-street, Swansea. The Trade Sup- plied. 406d4-1 F URS.-lirs. Perry, having Completed her Heavy Run of Orders, can again take Repairs, Remodelling Coats, etc.. at 'Short- est Notice. Feather Ties Altered. Oak- lands," Middle-road, Cwmbwrla (above Schools).. I 515h2-6 FUNERAL Coach, Latest Pattern, Glass Box jC and extra Seat, equal to new, half-price, Cash or Terms; photo free.—Marston's, 24, Bradford-street, Birmingham. 1397n3-Z3 FROST-PROOF your Cold Water Pipes with I' "Equipment" Hair Felt Strips (canvas- backed), cheap, and easy of application. Apply The Engineering Equipment Co. (Swan. sea), Ltd., Boiler and Steam Pipe Covering Contractors, Salubrious Chambers, Swansea. 'Phone 269 Central. 418h2r3 LAST Week of Clearance Sale of Remnants and Oddments concludes January 31st; Closed All Day Thursday, February 1st., for Stock-taking.—E. Hatfield, 14, St. Helen's- road. 344h2-2 P OTATOES!Now discharging, 2,000 Bags I. the Finest Potatoes; English soil pro. duce, including such Famed Varieties as Arran Chiefs, King Edwards, Iron Dukes, Up. to-Dates, etc.—Emanuel Thomas and Son, Im- porters, Swansea. 448h2,1 POTATOES! Potatoes! Large Arrivals -L Daily. Grand Sample: Kijjg Edwards, Arran Chief, and Up-to-Dates— For Lowest Wholesale and Retail Prices, apply A. Chid- zoy and Sons, Park-street and Waterloo- street, Swansea. d.b. REFILLS for Matthews' and other Files cheap.—" Daily Post" Stationery De- partnient, Swansea. SUGAR Unnecessary!—Don't be without Sugar in your tea, cocoa, or coffee. Thomas's Substitute if Perfect.—Sold by all Grocers from 9d. to Is. 6d. per-bottle.-Sole makers: Emanuel Thomas and Son, Jam Works, Swansea. 445h2-1 SHOP Books, Account Books, Tradesmen- Ledgers, Letter Copying (large varieties), offered at Pre-war Prioes; Redac- tion for quantities.—" Daily Post" Station- ery Department. Higih-street, Swansea. THE most severe egg-laying test on record proved that Karswood Poultry Spice, containing ground insects. Doubles the egg supply, 2d., 6d., ls.-Triok.9. Villiers- street, Briton Ferry. 315hl-31 TOYS and Fancy Goods mucih below wholesa.le prices. Giving up business. Chance of a lifetime. Inspection invited.— Alexandra Bazaar. 20, Hifh-street Arcade, I Swansea. ^6h2-5 TRADE SPECIALITIES. rpWINES, Cords, for Shop and Warehouse Paoking.—" DSiily Poet" Stationery De partment. High-gtreet. Swansea. ATERPROOF Horse Loin' Cloths, Cart and Wagon Covers, Cart and Rear Lamps.-Swansea. Saddlery Co., High-street Arcade.. Tel.: 103y Central. ,469h2-5 w HAT! You cannot get Fitted with a Comfortable Corset? You Go to 87; Brynymor-road, you can Get the Artiole you are looking foT.-Spirelia. Corsetiere: M. E. Kettle. 516h2:2 Penhale's Clothing Stores, 232, High- street. 60 LADIES' and Gent.'s Tan Lined Bain- ooats, Lined Check, Guaranteed Rain- ?proof, 22s. 6d., worth 30s. New Style, worn by Buain(wB Young Ladies. 387h2-2 QAVE Your Laundry Bill.-Wear Penhale's Everclean Collars. Immediately Sponged Clean. No Rubber; appears exactly like Ordinary. Three for 2s. 6d. Post Orders re- ceived daily. 38?h2-2 NATURAL All-Wool Body Belts, Highly Recommended by Medioos, Worn by Navy and Army, 2s. each. Protects Kidney and Colio Troubles.—Post Orders: Penhale's, Swansea. 387h2-2 MOTOR-CARS. CYCLES. Eta. FOR SALE, Powerful Motor Cycle and JL Side-car (latest pattern); only wants seeing; sacrifice, .9,40.-To be seen at Phil Davies', Cross Buildings, Morriston. 311hl-31 FOR SALE, two Gent.'s Cycles, in good order, cheap.—Apply 92, Kilvey-road. Foxhole. 511h2-2 p ANH ARD, 15-20 II.P.. Box Van Body, I Chain Drive; just been overhauled; any trial; suit Baker or Grocer.—Davies aid Elliott, Motor Engineers, Christina-street Garage. 275hl-31 ROVER Oar, 5-seater, in quite new condi- tion, had very little use, perfect run- ning order, fully equipped, electrio lights and horn; viewed by appointment.-W-it(- "Rover," "Daily Post," Swansea. 325hl-31 rpWO-SEATER, Ford Body. Soreen, Hood, etc., good condition, for Sale- Fletcher's Garage, Swansea. 414hl-31 i 18- ')3 H.P. 8-Seater B.S.A. Car: guaran- 18-?d'J teed to stand any possible fest; complete, equipment, plenty of spares; not one penny need be spent oil it; just the car for Hiring Purposes; compulsory sale; accept £ 150.—Write Box 433, Daily Post," Swansea. 432h2-5 Ivor L. RDlJerts. (223, Oxford-street) Announcements. FORD Vans from Stock, CI30, lesa £10 Re- bate, plus delivery charges. Caah. or Easy Payments. 356h2-2 MOTOR Cycles in Stock. Immediate ??- Delivery. B.&.A., EnaeMa. Ha-loy Davidson. Grand Prix 10 H.11. Morgan Car. • 356h2-2 G\T P One-ton Lorry, with Truck G.11-C. Body, etc; ewt (nevi) £400 only run' about 2,000 miles; saorifice, at £ 325. 356h2-2 HORSES, CARRIAGES. TRAPS, Eto. .4 STRONG, Useful Horse, 16 h.h.; master ??- two tons; warranted sound, good worker; £ 9.-13, Pegler-street, Brynhyfryd, Swansea. 478h2-2 A SACRIFICE.—Strong Vanncr Mare, A heavy in foal. 8 years, ?O; coUicr- ? stamp llofse, 6,years, 14i hands, heavy bone, 1;24; Spring Tip-cart, L7; Harness, etc. Above must be sold. Both warranted sound woTkers.-Haalier, 25, s Beaoh-etreet, near Hospital, Swansea. ( ■ 2b2-2 A POWERFUL Cart Mare, 151 harids, 7 years, 122; strong Horse, 151 bancto 6 years, £ 18; 4 Sets Harness; new Clifton Gig, £ 16; must be sold; no further use for same.— Thomas, Contractor, 49, Danygraig-terrace, J St. Thomas, Swansea. 362h2-2 FOR SALE, good*, useful Cob, Set of Black •* Harness, also Light Wagon, suit same. —Apply Eaton, Carnglas-road, Sketty. 491h2-5 FOR SALE, a Cob, 14.2 hands, 6 years, c,y "Sir Horace."—For. particulars apply to W. L. Evans, t\. Park-street, Swansea. 277111-31 FÓR SALE, Mare, 15 hands, slightly blem- Fished, suit Farmer, heap,AppIY22, Greenhill-atreet, Swansea. 493h2-6 1?OR SAIF, 1 Pony, 14.2 hands; 1 Set of FL Harness; 1 2-WheeIed Flat TroilL?y. No dealers.—Dutson, 127, St. Helen's-avenue. .■<}! .[.- .32421:; f. 3234271. j FOR SALE, small RaIIi Trap; Pony, 3 ?yc?rs.pid?,.trained in harness; Set of Harness, quite new; suitable for Children.— Beo. Matthew" Gower Inn, Gowertoil. 401h2-3 FOR SALE, Four-wheeled Baker's Van, al- JL most new.—Can be seen at any time at T. Tustian and Co., Ltd., 18, Clarence-street, Swansea. 535112-6 SMART Turnout to Kind Home Only.— Pretty Black Pony," Peggie," 6 years, 12 hands high, suit Lady, or Boy, to drive, quiet, and stand unattended, with Governess Car (Round-cornered, Rubber-tyred), and Harness, equal to new. No dealers—Mrs. Morris, No. 15, Northampton-place, Swansea. 352h2-l WANTED, Cart Horse, or Mare in foal.— ?' Write "Coal Merchant," "Daily Po t SwanL-ea. 501L.6 POULTRY. TWO White Wyandotte Cockerels for Sale: direct from Edward Cam; ten months' old.—Apply David Rees, lB. Dinas-strect, Plas- marl. 475h2-2' DOCS TOR SALE. FLAT-COATED Retriever Puppies for Sale, 5 -months old, very promising, from well-known Winning and Working Parents; will sell dheap; pedigree, etc.—Wm. Davies, Dunvant Kennels, Dunvant, near Swansea. » 406h2-3 IpOR SAIiE. Bull and Mastiff Bitoh, good Guard, quiet with children, 12 months old, price ,30s., or would Exchange for some Chickens.—Apply 1, Northampton-lane, Swan sea. 352b2-1 FOR SALE, smart, healt'hy Sealyham Bitoh, six months, 258. pedigree; par- ticulars'" etc., or may be seen.—Evans, 6, Fir- grove-terrace, Morriston. 532h2-2 MONEY. L OANS.-EIO to RI.Odb on written promise to repay at a mutually agreed interest. No travelling oxpenses oh arced, business done or not. On receipt of a letter & Re- presentative will Call with Cash and discuss terms. Distanoe ni cbject\ Do not expose your requirements locally. Commission paid for Introductions. F. LAWRENCE. Ltd.. Don Pambere. Wine-stroet. Bristol. D JONES. Finanotei, makes Ca? Ad- D • vanoea from ?5 and upwards to Re- spectable Householders, at reasonable rates of interest* without delay. Apply personally. or by letter. Distance no objoot. No fees. Easy Payments arranged tQ suit conveni- ence of Borrowers. Private a lad Confidential. Guaranteed.—Apply 3, Grove-place, Alexan. dra,.roa.d, Swansea. d.b. DO YOU NEED ?ONEY? DON'T WORRY. D-3L Foner. 9, Carlton-terraoe. Swaneea. Advances Money to Respectable House- holders. Easiest terma. Striotly Private. 792d2-16 SWANSEA MEKGANTILB 00.. LTD. 11.. PARK STREET, SWANSEA, MAKE CASH ADVANCES DAJLY from £18 to &1,008. No Charges unless Business Done Bills Disoounted. Strictly Private and Confi- dential. For further particulars, apply: H, B. JONES. Managing Director. r-. MONEY LENT -? BY POST, WITHOUT SECURITY. THB CITY AB»CGUBTY PMY&M F!!tANC? C8. (Lill.), Bake cash advances froma AM to £5,GIO to Ladiec or Geatlenea, Merchants, S: op keepers, Farmers, and to all rcaponsibte persons o Note of Hand along. Strictly private. No feas charged. B<ncwer? de?Mt? wM oth. Arm am ban theit tMM paid off M iucresoc4 "Wd_" are "Ised'. pay no preHmiMfy azoeosos. VUI k<M))tMtM sup. plied ?rttis tnd post ft"1- ￼ to 8ec..ta17 Mr N 8.nagh. /to Vl|m«N .t. LonAon, W. ■Bnunmnpi THERAPIONsS MRMKY, BLADDU. URINART t?SBASBS.PtSCHAROBS.Ac. Seod aump address eoTetope, age & stioptaius for FREB advice on suitability la yoar cam. Ko' follow op'circulars. DR.LK?EttCMe<t.Ce.HAV?MTOOtRc..M.W..t.o!<ooN. DePOft: PMi<.M,R<teCM«e!Mne. NewYodt.M.BeekmanSC Toronto, LY.MSLA. AottraUa.zntetBte?ydtey.BntbMt T«YMBWDM&N!(TASTBLMS?o<tMOF ,v ￼ THERAPION DS THAT TRADE MARKED WORB 'TK?KJ?tOH 13 0" WMT. aors. MtMt mixso to UL unvllia FMUIIi [ MUSICAL.. DALE, FORTY & CO., LTD., High-street, I D Cardiff.-New Model Pianos, ??oond- hand Pianos at Low Prices for Cash. Easy terms arranged. Second-hand Organs from £ 2. Second-hand Piano Player, £ 8.—Lists 0:1 application to Local Agency, 20. King | Edward-road. Swansea. t.o. j 170R SALE. Metzlcr Player Piano, equal to nevr, togethov with 54 good Records; olieap to immediate purchaser.—Apply Z17. ï "Daily Post, Swansea. 420h2;4 J. F. Coiiett's Announcements. J3IANOB Tuned and Repaired. New and J- Seoond-hand Pianos for Sale. Advice and Estimates Free. Send us a card. 30 Years' Experience. Testimonials cn application.—J. F. Collett ar-,1 Son, 4, Nicholl-street, Swan- sea. 1506n4-15 Ttwmiason and snackeii'r Announoenienta, PIANQLA Piano Player, Rosewood Case, 65 Note, cost 50 Guineas, reduced to la uuineas, will fit any Pi"o.-Thohipson and Shackell, Ltd., 39, Oaetie-street, Swansea. V 355h2-2 VERY Fine Two-Manual Organ, by Mason and Hamlin, Student's Model, oou. etructc.l on Churoh Organ principle, coat 120 Guinea. '11 accept fA Cash.—Thompson and Shaokell, Ltd, 39, Castle-street, Swan- sea. Z,55hZ-Z Gi RA?OPHONE. Ml.?htly ueed. cost ?5 68.. r will accept ? Ift.; New Gramophones. L3 10s.. E4 10s., £5 Os., eto. Now is the time to buy. Prices are risizig.-Thompobn and Shackell. Ltd., 39, Castle-street, Swansea. j 355h2-2 ￼ D. J. Snail's Announcement. ij^STEY Organ. £ 18 18s.: Kam Organ. -? ?12 10s.; Portable Organ, ?5 huge bar- gains.—D. J. Snell. 14a, 21 and 22. High- Itreet Arcade, Swansea (near G. W.R.). 451111,5 CI RAMO PHONES and Records. — Huge Stocks of His ILatter's Voioe Machines and Records. Almost every Title in Stock. Repairs a Speciality. D. J. Snell, 14a. 21 and 22, High-street Arcade Swansea (near G.W.R.). 467h2-5 r* p* 5a.—Edisot? Home Phonograph, with 3 -ZO Dozen New 4-Miuute Records and Bi-abs Horn; bargain.—D. J. Snell, 14a. 21 and 22. High-street Arcade, Swansea (near G. W. R.) 4 6 1 h r*-| /? — Good, Second-hand Piano, )ly Dai- nlaiIH" I/jndon, iii per fOOt order, a, bargain.-D. ,J. Snell. 14a, 21 and 22, High- sti-eet Aroade, Swansea. 461h2-5 Godfrey's Announcenwnts. ￼ UTASON and ?&mun Organ, in new oc"a- ?-L dition. 13 stops, 6 sets of *weds. power- ful tone, pipe top; a bargain, 33 Guineas Cash, or 12s. 6d. Monthly.—Godfrey and Co., Ltd., Z2, St. Helen's-road, Swansea. 468h2-5 DOMINION Organ, 10 stops, 4 sets reed8. very fine tone, solid Walnut Oaae, Mirror top; a bargain, 21 Guineas Cash, OT 18.. 6d. Monthly.-Godfrey and Co., Ltd.. 22. St. Helen's-road. Swansea. 468h2-5 HARMONIUMS, by Cesar in a. Boosey, etc.. all in perfect condition, from 5 Guineas; real baTlains.-Godfrey and Co.. Ltd., 22. St, Helen's-road, Swansea. 468h2-5 Dale, Forty and Co., Ltd., Announce- | ments. VKRrtTRUNG. Upright.. Grand Piano, in beautiful rosewood case; rich tone; 45 j Guineas; a Bargain.-Dale, Forty and Gn., Ltd., 20. King Edward-road, Swansea. 441h2-1 PIANO by John Brinsmead. London, full compass, iron frame, equal to new; original price, 58 guineas; a Bargain, 35 Guineas Cash. or 20s. Monthly.—Bale, Forty and Co., 20, King Edward-road, Swansea. IpULL Compass, Iron Frame Piaiio, in wal- nut case; beautiful tone; 28 Guineas Cash; a Bargain.—Dale, Forty and Co., 20, Kin? Edward-road, Swansea 441h2-l 0 VERSTRUNG Upright Gfand Piano, excel- ￼ ?- lent tone, in burr walnut case, by John ?StronmenKer ?nd Sons, London: 47 Guineas I Dash a Bargain.—Dale, Forty and Co., Ltd., ? 2e. King Edward-road, Swansea. 441h2?1 SEOOND-HAND Piano, by high-class maker, ? ? iron frame, full compass, in mahogany case; 16 Guineas Cash; aBargain-Dale, Forty and Co., Ltd., 20. King Edward-road, Swansea. 441h2-l — ii i .ia—■■ 'J i -n. ,ii.ii.auu FURNITURE. ?F OR AALE, massive Oa? Suite, Sideboard, ■ -T Telescope Dining Table.—Apply Box 81. "Daily PORt," Swansea. 1566n2-6 -■ ..I I ■+• »■> ■. 'U«( L? ?: b. W'tks Anh<wn<?nen<s. _7_ -c: ITtURNITUEL^All-JCindsiof Rcpa:rs Done at P.. the Shortest 'Notice; estimates t?e<? send postcard.—B. D. Wilks, 64, Oxford-street, Iwansea. 443h2-l BUY Direct from the Makers. Dining and I Dra wing-room Suites, from £ 4 15s.; Ches- terfield Queen Anne Suites, in tapestry, C 14 14s. 443h2-1 AliARGE Stock of Bedsteads, Wire Mat- tresses, Wool Overlays, Rugs. Carpets, 1 Sideboards, Bedroom Suites, Dinner, Tea, Toilet and Trinket Sets, at Less than Manu- i facturers' Prices. 443h2-l EDUCATION. 1 04 ———————————_ r- PRIVATE Tuition in Languages. Booh keeping. Shorthand. Typewriting. Arith- metic. eto. Thorough Preparation for Exam- inations and Business.—Oswald Korth, Pro- tesiior of i^anguage^ 1, iicuoinuion-ierrace, Swansea. 61M.b.-t.c% | j rI PH^ SWANSEA BttSINW College (Sid- dall Buildings, Alexandra-road) is training Young Men, Youths, and Girls for Successful Business Careers. Subjeots:— Shorthand-(Pitman's or Script), Typewriting, Book-keeping, Arithmetic, English. Office Routine, Modern Languages, etc. The .suc- cess of this College is based on the success oft its stndcnti Prospectus and advice (free).—Ernest Victor Ruddcll, B.A., Princi- pal. 'Phone: Central 1259. v1570n2-25 (1IIw( I JO 90MJ)? ni I 1 E.yaiJf«»R!-V» IwWf&aow URfHij M II!:LIICTR.IOITT t'?TtOMMtx mjtN' I How L?AUMT?MAXM* < ?"<0*'OM H to ? CIXZXA WORK ???? tN) Study I CIVIr. EXOINBRH-IXif W IBILXS8 Tai.MB. APH f I UABIKB Fxoixica?txi VMotok atate ace and send id Stamp to cover poktags, THE BENNETT COLLEGE (&,0. Dept.), SHEFFIELD. i r- —— -— Extract from No. 12 Leaflet issued by the National War Savings Com- mittee Briquettes of Coal Dust and Pitch, or other binding material, make an Admirable Fuel for Sitting Rooms. THE EGG SHADED FORM 8 JS THE BEST." | OVOIDS are EGG SHAPED BRIQUETTES, j and are made of the BEST SEL. ECTED MATERIALS. This Fuel is not an inferior substi- tute, but a SUPERIOR CONSOLI- DATED HOUSE FUEL, which gives A HOT, BRIGHT, CHEERFUL FIRE, !Price 309. per Ton, 'delivered town level: Apply— SWANSEA FUEL CO., LTD., KING'S DOCK, SWANSEA. Tel: 447 Cen. Telegrams, "Ovoids." 928 < f EXPERT SIGHT TESTING T ilfor Speetarles). ■ HUlCmNS-ETCHELLS.F.B.O.?. § I 'HONOURS Exam. Lond.). H' 8, Portland St, Swantsa, g 40pposite the Market). ^| I vr SHIPPINC. A I R I C LINE Carrying 1st. 2nd. and 3rd Class Passenger LIVERPOOL TO NEW YORi every Saturday. Sailing under the American Flag. Moderate Prices. Best. Accommodation. Apply to American Line, Liverpool, Lon- don, Southampton, -,rto Local Agent*.
PLAYGOERS." Recent Swansea. Dramatic Performance. iXot the !ea#v delightful parS of the exi cellent progranune at the De 3ear Scliowi concert on Thursday last at the Albert Hall was the sketch by Sir., A. W. ^ineror "Phiygoers," given by the stmlent*. Fronf start to finish the little play went excek lent;y. and it was really difficult to h<,j'iey( that .some' of \he artistes were pl&yinj it public tor the first time. Mi. Horatio Taylor as the Master (Mr Domrigjton) and Miss ♦•Ida Beyn>-n as thi Mistress carried out difficult warts in i style difficiiii, to improve. Miss fcsy'uif Kriovk- as the Cook, and Miss Enid Scott King as the superior woi-t ^nimitablt?. and Miss Ailsa joliii,uii (Tlit Hon.-e*naid)v Dor-is Jones (The jKitcljen Maid;, and M^s L?tuc Recs (?h? ever-te.)r' ful Useful Miiid) supported them excel !(?t)?y. ?ti.? Olive Pike as the Man' was particularly acceptable to the <1tldien •as the humourist of the .pieve. The sami characters will repent piay tor oth ex charitably purposes .,<)., au c:).i.'ly dá tw..4
RELIEF FOR ALL. \1.L .1 -r.E:'A BROWN'S BRONCHIAL RaCHE;. I n.- flOi. iry ne'e 1' nr qp your Ud^efc> v^ouyhI Tli^y ;n'e t:¡-! olcl-r_dlÍonrl7"lnd\r for the A, tio'i of COUCH8tHOAR8 £ Ni £ SS SORE THROAT, BMOMCWtT? .an! ASTHMA. Thpy contain vo opiate, and arf nmcij Apprtfciaieii in JII'l: ;ud k*u14 t weakers.
"THE LAND OF RIDDLES." Timely Swansea Lectura on Russia. ''R?.s?a: Her People and their Life was t.he'?'tbject?'ain<tin?regting!ectur? delivered at Swansea Public Lilnary )n Saturday eveu'ng by the Rev. F. Sparrow. Mr. -J. Coniuear presided uver a large at- tendance. Mr. Sparrow ?aid ail thnigs Russian had gripped hIm for rise and twenty years. Speak:11j.1; of the alliance between Engbn". and Riu-sia. he said he believed Lilis, al- liance would last for years and result in £ social ami moral ,viiicii will t>$ luightv and immeasurable in its influence Oil European life. "Germany," said the lecturer, "bad called Kussia 'the laud of riddles,' b;>t that is infinitely better than the. land of l:es, of broken l'aiih, of iost houoiir. Russia is a 'land of riddles,' but whether we under. stand it or not, whether we fear or adpnire the re jit- t>!av Empire, she is a tremendo; fact. She is also our great zlild clllvalrolis All v, to whom we aro 1illkdlll a common hone, in a common sympathy, a eommon ideal. They need u?; we need il;em. ai»d i if we chii catch stmicllihig of theu^mystia passion for good, and give then: ;;omethiii g < of our morais, it vvill help to weld us to- gether fur the welfare of hurtipe and the world. Russia, always great, chivalrous, self- relSint.. brave' gave the world, an idea pi her greatui-ss when in 1914 she faced th< (lerman, su that the situation in Franc< might he saved, and wbcn she wiped onl the vodka curse, Sht; was, a. nation des- tined to loom large iu the future-. 111 1 i wajited-oi-r help, and her pet)pit', irorti tln" Czar downwards, be!ieve.d that English ideals wodn?ave them, and they ?Xt?ed t;: us to come.-and it war- for Us to cai'-v oiu? sapi;eji. Hiujti ig.i>eAV tj'%tiit»>i>s :.to i.l;« ,l"»cip of iis t?Q ;t iol- It's t.?. (.;11"-v oilr y.ur friend fur the a,ve< to eont—Jhat wo ?h'iuM die..finrted-to wrt-ld (-Ap- w(trid
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'BONT TEACHER'S SEND-CFF. r tjn Saturday eve.uuig, at Heniiow y .M. Chapel. Pontardnl'iis. a lueetnvg had been .convened for the put pose, ofyjving right, royal send-off to one of its :toling ,;¡ lid" faithful members in the person of Ewivrt Hopkins, sou of Rev. Kvan Hojikms, Swan»?a-ioad. Young Hopkins adained his 18th birthday a few days ago. SCe wa-s called to reporL himself, and leaves oil • Tuesday to join the colours. Previously he was engaged as an assi-Mant master at the Roys* Council School..He is a nephe# of D'r. D. Yaughali Thomas, Mus. «i>ac., Swansea. The chair was occupied by .Mr. E. P. Richarfis (Ecyr KuU's). who delivered an eloquent speech. Other speakers in ?p- | propriate strain were Messt s. T Oeorge ?fxi Lewin Jones. A miscellaneous pn .efann?e w,as then ?oxe tluoHh by the following: Solo, Misses Winnie Lewis mid Mortydd Richards, Messrs. K. P. Richaids, Syd (rcorge. Albeit Powell, lorwerth Powell, 1111d ele:,tionRhv the Triititv Party. Re- i citations, Messrs. Glyif Hopkins and John Davies. Mr. Haydn, Parry Thomas ablv carried out the duties of accompanist. The siiigi)ig of frod the-- 1 an enjoyable meeting to a ulese.
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LEAVE STRAY DOCS ALONE. Charged at-Neath on Monday with taking possession of a stray dog, Lewis Jenord, Ethel-street. told the court that he was asked by a stranger if lie wanted a pnp, and he gave him a few glasses of beer for it. He bad since re- i turned the dog.-tI Ignorance is-no esensa for law," remarked the Mayor, although tiiej-e are many lawyers not conversant with it all. Any honest man would have reported the matter to the Chief Gon- I triable. You will be fined 5s."