THOROUGH SIGHT-TESTING. YOU are cordially invited to call upon -L Mr. ERIC REES, F.R.M.S.. F.S.M.C.. etc. (Lond.). 26, Castle-street. Swansea. Con- aultatión Free. 'Phonti: Central 520. d.b.-t.c. a "4 SPECIALISED VOCAL TRAINING. VOIOES Tested Free of Charge.—Arthur Hey. Mus. Bao., 251, Oiiora-sueei, Swansea. Phone: Central 716. HOUSE-PARLOURMAIDS. pARLOURMAID (Experienced) Wanted; 3 kept.—Apply Mrs. Ernest Leeder, Mount Pleasant House, Swansea.. 1577n2-7 RESPECTABLE Maid Wanted, immedi- Rately; sleep in, or out.-Mrs. John, 126, Walters-road. 599h2-8 TWO Junior Maids Wanted.—Apply Mxa., Salmon, Training College, Swansea. r MOTHERS' HELPS. W ANTED, immediately, Mother's Help, or f Maid, for General Housework; small family; help given; liberal outings; daily or otherwise.—5, Kingston-road, Sketty. 694h2-7 "lyf7 ANTED, a, Mother's Help, for House- Wwork, and Help with two Children.— Apply 6, Clasemont Villas. Mumbles. 688h2-7 HOUSEKEEPERS. TTTTORKING Housekeeper Required, by » Widower, in Country Village close to Swansea. Write, with particulars, to Widower," "Daily Post," Swansea. 300n2-8 COOK-CENERALS. /"tOOK-GENERAL Wanted; three in family; no waahing or ironing; good wages to suitable ,girt-Apply Bailey, Heathfield House, end of Heathneld-road. 772h2-13 c OOK-GENERAL Required, for Midland Counties; also Young Help; no children; liberal outings.—Write "Counties," "Daily Post," Swansea. 800h2-13 GOOD Cook-General Wanted; three in family; Nurse kept; good wages.— Tilehurst," Sketty-road, Swansea. 7Z0h2-12 W ANTED, a Capable Cook-General; two ™ » in family.—Apply Mrs. Kemp, The Elms," Morriston. 1593n2-10 W ANTED, immediately, Experienced Cook- General, able to do Washing and Iron- ing; two in family.—Apply, between 5 and 7 p.m., Mrs. Haydn Evans, Ellesmere," Evers- ley-road, Sketty. 771h2-13 CENERALS. J CAPABLE General Wanted, immediately, not under 20; Widow or Married Woman not objected to.—Apply, stating wages, Cattle, Maneel Fish Bar, Port Talbot. 1582n2-8 CAPABLE General Wanted; small family; references required.—Mrs. Orawoour, tl.6, Oxford-street. 576h2-7 EXPERIENCED Woman Wanted, for Wash- house, in Steam Laundry; hours, 7.30 to 6.0; good references essential; wages, 22s. weOkly.-Apply Matron, Swansea Hospital. 711h2-10 /"2J.ENERAL Wanted, able to Assist in Busi- Gnes'; references required. Apply Bevan's Arms, Morriston. 598h2-8 GOOD General Servant Wanted; small vX family.-Goskar, The Pines," Mayals, BlaokpiU, near Swansea. 700h2,10 WANTED, at once, an Experienced Gen- v eral; good wages given.-Applf Mrs. Frank Smith, The Poplars," Baglan-road. Aberavon. 1574n2-7 TTTANTED, a Respectable Girl.—Apply 45, t t Neath-road, Hafod, Swansea. 628h2-5 W ANTED, Strong Girl (Domesticated), also to Assist in Bar; good references rf-qui red .-Apply Jarvis, Rhyddings Park Hotel, Swansea. 651.10 W ANTED, at onoe, capable General, for Swansea; two in family; good plain eooking; part washing; good references zieces *try.-Apply to Mrs. Daniel, 91, Walter- road, Swansea. 15S9n2-^0 W ANTED, a Girl, about 20 years of age, ▼ for Housework, and to Assist in Shop when required.—Apply Brown. 86. Brynymor- road. 703h2-7 WANTED, Good General, fond of Children good reference. — 1, Oakwood-road, Swansea. 710h2-10 T/fTANTED, General; good wages.—Mrs. *» Glyn Thomas, Beaufort-place, West Cross. 714h2-10 WANTED, Good General; sleep in or out? references required. Apply Mrs. Gibson, 12, Brynmill-crescent, Swansea. 770h2-12 WANTED, a Strong Girl, for Cleaning.— » Apply Horne, 8. Castle-street, Swansea. 137h2-8 TIT'^STT'ED, immediately. Good, Clean Girl, for housework; sleep in or outb,-Char- woman kept.—Apply Union Inn. Morriston. 719h2-10 w ANTED, Good General Servant, willing "f to Assist in Business, if required.— Apply 87, St. Helen's-avenue, Swansea. 794h2-9 w ANTED. a Trustworthy General (Widow "t not objected to), for 84, Bsrn-road, also Woman, for Kitchen, pla.in cooking.—Refer- ences to Pugsley and Sons, 24, Waterloo- Street, Swansea. 1599n^-13 YOUNG General I Wanted; other Help kept. 'L —Apply Mra. Trevor Griffiths, 13. Northampton-place, Swansea. 704h2-10 SERVANTS' REGISTRY OFFICES. MISS LEWIS. High-olass Servants' Regis- try, Castle-street. Swansea, requires Experienced and Inexperienced Servants (all kinds) for Private Establishments, Institu- tions. Schools. Business House (all parts). 550h2-7 gi1 .TAILORS, TAILDRESSES, DRESS* MAKERS, Etc. TAILORESSES.—Wanted, immediately, Ex- perienced Machinists, Finishers, and Apprentioes, for Trousers.-Apply 83, Mansel- etreet. 676h2-10 TAILORESS Wanted; permanent job.- Apply 6, Northampton-plaoe, Swansea. 698h2-10 'T^AILORING.—rVest Hands and Apprentices -L Wanted; wages to start.—Apply, at onoe, Goldman, 220, Pieton-lane. Swansea. 769h2-12 TAILORING Trade.—Wanted, to Cut, Make, and Trim, Suits, from 23s. 6d.; Ohesters, from 178. 6d.; Best Work and Trimmings.— Write Fit," "Daily Post," Swansea. 657h2-lG APPRENTICES AND ASSISTANTS. EXPERIENCED Lady Assistant Wanted, for Sub-Post Office.—State wages and references to Sub-Postmaster, Manselton. 813h2-12 GROCERY.—Wanted, Two Smart Boys; also ?? Lady Assistants.—Apply Meadow Dairy Co., 215, High-street, Swansea. 766h2-8 TIT ANTED, Intelligent Girl, as Apprentice. » —Apply Horne, 8, Castle-street, Swan- sea. 737h2-8 TTT ANTED, Smart Young Lady, as Assist- ant, in Rifle Saloon, 253. Oxford-street, Swansea.—Apply, before 10 a.m., or after 6 ?.m.. with reference. 563h2r7 ANTED, Thoroughly Experienced Man »* (not of military age); also Young Ladies, with good Drapery Experience.— Apply, full particulars. Masters and Co., Ltd., Castle-street. Swansea. 780h2-13 W ANTED, Thoroughly Experienced Young » Lady, as First Sales in Costumes; must be good Saleswoman and Stock-keeper; Welsh essential; live out; Dinner and Tea provided. Apply, full particulars, first letter, Morris, The Indies' Realm, Llanelly. 1603n2-9 VOUNG Lady Wanted,!for Confectionery J- Business; references required.—Write Ewop," Daily Post." Swansea. 573h2-7 MISCELLANEOUS CITUATION8f A Berth for life, with a life of travel at a Agood salary awaits a youth from 16 as Soon as he qualifies as a Wireless Operator with us. We have to cope with this de- mand more than doubled our accommoda- tion. To youtias leaving school, or medically unfit for the Service, this is a splendid opening. Men of military age, Class A, cannot be accapted unless they come for ahort courses "to train for the' Services.— Wireless College, St. Mary-street, Cardiff, also Castle-street, Swansea. Thone 3008. 2709 A VACANCY occurs for a Capable 'Cellist, -? in the Empire Orchestra.—Apply to Mr. To:nlinson, Musical Director. 1598n2-13 A COMPETENT Motor Driver Saleswoman Aor (iaeligible! Salesman Wanted, for Ford Van; good wages and commission.— Apply, 9.30 to 11 a.m., Thursday, Phillips amd Co., Tea Specialists, 12, Walter-road, Bwansea. 1604n2-9 F URNISHI.NG.-Man Requirsd, to make himself generally useful in Shop; per- itnanency to right applicant; ineligible,- lApply Bevan and Company, Ltd., House furnishers, 280, Oxford-street, Swansea. 692h2-7 GOOD w&ges.-Motor ,Driver Wanted (in- eligible), by Llewellyn Bros.-Apply 37, JCilh-fftreet, Swansea. S58h2-7 | MISCELLANEOUS SITUATIONS. j XTAIRDRESSER Wanted (ineligible); good Shaver; state wages required. J. Milston, 144, Station-road, Llanelly. 783h2-13 "\TOTOP, Driver Wanted, for 3-Ton Lorry; ?'?- mhst be ineligible, or Discharged j Soldier, produce good references, and be able to do Running Repairs; good wages and commission, and permanent situation to suitable man; start at once, if disengaged.— W ite Box 666, Daily Post," Swansea. 797h2-9 rpANK Wagon Drivers (ineligible) Wanted, by The British Petroleum Co.—Apply Britoleum," Daily Post," Swansea. 557h2-7 WANTED, Driver, to Drive Horse and Cart (Wholesale Provisions); inelig- ible; state experience, and wages required.— Write N. P. S. "Daily Post," Swansea. 591h2-7 w ANTED, a Young Girl, able to Work a Madhine, in a Tailor's, Workshop.— Apply 16. Northampton-plaoe, Swansea. 540h2-7 TTT ANTED, Working Colliery Meohanio, Iff thoroughly Experienced in the UP'I keep of pump and D.C. Electric Plant; Z. Experienced Attendant, for 15 H.P. GM Engine, with Suction Plant; ineligible for H.M. Forces.—Write Box 1576, "Daily Post," Swansea. 1576n2-7 WANttb, Capable Man, as Haulier (in- eligible); used to Timber Business.— Apply D. W. Johns, Bathurst-street Timber Yard, Swansea. 636h2-8 w ANTED, Compositor (ineligible), used to Y Machines, to take Charge of Small Office.—Apply Press Office, Mumbles. 658h2-9 w ANTED, for Shaving Saloon, Girl, 15 or 16 years of age.—Ben Davies. Swan Shaving Saloon, Oxford-street, Swansea. 724h2-3 TXTANTED, Good Bread Hands (inejig- ible); also useful Man, or Woman about the Bake ry;'Moto.-man for Ford's, to Deliver Bread and capable to do own Re- pairs; also Horse-van Bread Salesman, for Established Round; Union wages.-Apply, with references. Golden Crust Bakery Co., Ammanford. 726h2-12 W ANTED, a Driver (ineligible), for Motor Vehicle, able to. do own Repairs; wages 45s.-Apply, stating age ard experi- ence, with references, to Cwmbwrla Co. operative Society, not later than Friday, 9th inst. 729h2-8 j 1717 ANTED, Warehouseman (ineligible), ex- perienced, wholesale grocers; state re- ferences, experience, etc., at once.—Write Universe," Daily Post," Swansea. 763b2-8 WANTED, for Limestone Quarry, Man (in- eligible), used to Working Air Drills.— Apply Norton Limekiln Limeworks, Ltd., Heathfield Yard, Carlton-terrace, Swansea., 796h2-9 TOf ANTED. Respectable Person, take Fam- f ™ ily Washing Weekly, at Oystermonth.— Write Oystermouth," Daily Post." Swaneea. 791h2-9 W ANTED. Caretaker (ineligible) a.nd Wife, for Y.M.C.A., to live on the pre- mises.—Apply, in writing, with references, and remuneration required, to Chairman, Y.M.C.A., Swansea, marked Caretaker." 1605n2-13 W ANTED. Experienced Operator.—Apply Manager, Uplands Cinema, Swansea. 812h2-9 COLLECTORS. CAMVASSERS, Etc. CANVASS Farmers—possible earnings ;cs- £18 week.—Write Uoyd, 56, Warton- road, Stratford, London. 654h2-9 TTT ANTED, Traveller, for Credit Drapery f (ineligible); references.—Apply Suther- land,- Cornhill Villas. 757h2-12 1IIiiI:I. I CLERKS. Eta. CLE.RK Wanted; must be ineligible.— C State experience, wages required, and when disengaged, to Box 844, Daily Post." Swansea. 798h2.9 \\TANTED, immediately, La?y Clerk, 16 to 20, for Invoicing and Stock Books.— ? Apply, stating experience, and salary re- quired, to Armour and Co., Ltd., Gower- street, Swansea. 773h2-13 y OTJNG Lady Wanted, for Cash Desk and -L Books, resident in Mumbles or near preferred.—Apply, by letter. Taylor and Co., Ltd., Swansea. 713h2-7 OFFICE BOYS, ERRAKD BOYS, Etc. A STRONG Errand Boy Wanted; short 1'1. hours.—Apply, between 9 and 12 noon, ¡ to Dryden, Chemical Stores, Field-street Landore. 87&h2-H BOY Wanted, abdut 15 years of age, for ? Mo" Van Pa?reet Deliver,?? -'Àpplý |I Taylor 'timd'Co.. V,, d 6, Taylor?nd Co. Ltd., 'Castl6-sqtiam. San' ¡ ￼ sea. 713h2-7 j I "'rRONG Youth Wanted, to rua erranda j r S and help in ware'houM.—Fred Morgan and Co., Provision Merchants, 4 a.nd 54, Waterloo-street. 733h2-8 W ANTED, a Respectable Lad, able to » I)rive.-Apply G. Thomas, 20, Oxford- street, Swansea. 1588n2-10 WANTED, Intelligent Office Boy.-Apply Glyncorrwg Colliery Co., Ltd., Bur- rows-chambeM, Swansea. 767h2-8 \XTANTED, Errand Boy; one just le:Lving Weahool preferred.—J. Sears and Co. (True-Form Boot Co.), Ltd., 14, Castle- street, Swansea. 789h2-13 \\r ANTED, Sharp Lad, as Errand Boy, and to Accompany Driver, with Car.- Apply Kardomah, Castle-street, Swansea. 738h2-9 SITUATIONS WANTED. c HAUFFE-CR Requires Situation (inelig- ible); be useful: married; no family good references;, Running Repairs.—Write Box 614, Daily Post," Swansea. 614h2-8 GENTLEWOMAN Requires Post, as House- keeper, where Maid is kept, or Place of Trust; excellent references.—22, Clarence- terrace, Swansea. 689h2-10 TTOTEL.—Wanted, by Experienced, Cap- Hable, and Trustworthy Lady (Young), Management of Public-house; husband on Active Service;, Ihighl:r recommended; deposit (if necessary).—'Write B. H. K- Dailv Post," 8wansea. 746h2-B ORGANIST.—Wanted, Post, as Organist; Experienced in Training Ohoir; txcel- lent references.—Apply Mr. Joseph Hall, Grosvenor House, Swansea. 1583n2-8 "p ESPECTABLE Widow (Middle-aged) Re- -L? quires Day Work (light).—Write, stat- ing kind of work, and wages, to Box Y42, Daily Post." Swansea. 803h2-S I 'I ?T ANTED, by Married Man (ineligible), good writer, Light Employment U Warehouseman or any Place of Trust; good I references.—Write "Change," "Daily Post," Swansea. 762h2-8 w ANTED. by Lady, Experienced, Jrbql- ageiaent of Small Business, or any Place of Tri,st.-Write Box 203, Daily Post," 3wansea. 74fih2-12 WANTED, by Young War-Widow (24), Em- ployment, in any kind of business, or place of trust; good references. Write "Widow," "Daily Post," Swansea. 799h2-9 I V OUNG, Lady Seeks Situation, as Short- hand-Typist and Book-keeper; 4 years' experience.—Write B. R Daily Post," Swansea. 545h2-7 "VTOUNG Married Woman (Soldier's Wife, 26) Seeks Situation in Shop at Swan- sea; Grocery. Confectionery, or Fruiterer preferred; life's experience in business; not afraid of work; can give guarantee for any place of trust.—Write "Energetic," "Daily Post," Swansea. 619h2-8 YOUNG Gitl Seeks Work, in Clydaoh, aged 14 years, morning or day; good with Children.-Hilda Murrell, 69, Grove-road, Clydaoh. 708h2-7 YOUNG Lady Requires Re-engagement, as I- Book-keeper.—Write Box 113, Daily Post," Swansea. 721h2-8 MISCELLANEOUS. A LADY, having Cured Herself of Superflu- ous Hairs, would give any other lady information of the same.—Write "A.H. Daily Post," Swansea. 635h2-8 CHARACTER Reader and Advisory Ex- pert.—Madame Veno, M.B.I.M.S., Palm- mist, gives Advice Daily (Hours-. 11 a.m. to 9 pjnj at 222, Oxford-street, Swansea. 584h2-7 \TADAME DRUSILLA, F.B.I.M.S., Scientific Palmist Clairvoyant. American Mystic Readings. Advice Daily. Hours: 11 to 9.—Address: 68, St. Helen's-road, Swansea. (Last Few Weeks.) 610h2-8 WANTED, all Assurance Agents to Attend War Bonus Meeting on Friday, Febru- ary 9th. 1917, at 7.30 p.m., in Elysium, High- street, Swansea. 806h2-9 i..11 1 1« i MISCELLANEOUS SALES. j AMERWAN Push Chair For Sale (Second- ?? hand).—Apply, mornings only, 29, Park- street, Swansea. 790h2-9 FOR SALE, Bath Chair. (Carter's), next to new.—Write Box Z;, Daily Post," Swansea. 1580n2-8 FOR SALE, a Baby's Double Pram, nearly new.—Apply 49, Western-street, Swan- t sea. 1572n2-7 I MISCELLANEOUS SALES. | FOR SALE, Saw Bench, to take up to 2ft. 6in. Sa-w. equal to new; also Spring Hand Truck.—W. Stanley Jones, 6, George-street, Swansea. 605h2-8 FOR. SALE. Babies' Folding Carriage, for TVins.—Apply 30, Windsor-terrace, Up- lands, Swansea. 682hl-12 FOR SALE, New Piano; Sideboard; Dining- room Table; cheap. Sitting-room Suite, Z3 15s. Bedroom Suite, fS 19s. Dresser, 303. —Apply 75, Mansel-terrace. 705h2-7 FOR SALE, Gent.'s Suit of Clothes, in,good condition; Costume, and other Articles of Clothing. Write Clothing." Daily Post." Swansea. 814h2-9 FIVE New Mild Steel Turntables of Ball Bearing Type; strongly made; top plate, 5ft. diameter; base, 5ft. 6in. square; weight, 121-cwts. each; for working loads up 6-6 tons; supplied any gauge, 20in. to 36in.— Perrys and Partners, 4, Wind-street, Swan- sea 555h2-7 CLOWN Automatic Machines.—Owner, join- I ing up, has for Immediate Sale, 6 Real Poftrphon, Saxony, Clowns, and other Mach- ines; separate or lot.—Write "Polyphone, Daily Post," Swansea. 595h7 H A ALL-STEEL Platform Trollies, ntted ? ? roller bearings, 24in. gauge. 5 New Platform Wagons ZOin. gauge. 4 Portable Switches and Crossings 20in. gauge. Steel Double Side Tipping Wagons 36in. gauge. 16 All-Steel Platform Wagons, 5ft. square plat- form, 20in.gauge, roller bearings, for 3-4 tons loads.-Perrys and Partners,. 4, Wind-stteet, Swansea. 555h2-7 -< ? TONS Steel Joists, 6in. x 3in. to 18in. x 1 t3 7in.; 2 Flitch Plates, 31ft. x 12in. 1 lin.; 2 tons assorted New Mild Steel Bars; 6 Steel Self-tipping Crane Skips, 1 cubio yard capacity. Perrys and Partners (only address), 4, Wind-street, Swansea.. 555h2-7 POULTRY. CHICKS, from Grand Winter Layers, 8s. 6d. dozon. Advioe given on Rearing Chickens Free.—Morris D. John, Sisters Pit Hatcheries, Glais. 727h2-7 FOR SALE, fine White Wyandotte Cock; also Rhode Island Red Cockerel (9 months).—Apply 45. Port Tennant-road. 684h2-10 FOR SALE, 5 Laying Hens. and Shed; cheap to immediate purchaser.—Apply 28, Mansel-street, Swansea. 810hl-i2 FOR SALE, 7 April, 1915, White Wyandottes, Fin full Lay, splendid Breeding Pen, 50s.; also 4 late 1916 White Wyandotte Pullets, £ 1.—Harrison, 113, Aberdyberthi- street, Swansea. 742h2-12 WHITE Wyandotte F-owls.-Six Nice, Healthy Birds, 5 months old, 25s.; also 'Rhode Island Red Cockerel.-Daviee, 22, Brunswick-street, Swansea. 736h2-8 1- MISCELLANEOUS WANTS. GOOD Second-hand Piano Wanted.—Give make and price for Cash to "Musio, Daily Post" Office. Swansea. 573h2-7 L'ATÈ Enfield Combination Wanted.— Particulars and price to 78, Carmarthen- road, Swansea.. '723h2-5 PRICE Wanted for Cutting-up a 20in. Air Compressor, at Park Colliery, Panty- ffynnon.-Apply D. M. Davies, West Cross, near Swansea. 1579n2-8 W ANTED, to Buy, Booli Debts, for Cash t (paid on the sp-ot).-Write "Debts," Daily Post," Swansea. 562h2-8 w ANTED. 4 to 6 Acres of Land, within 6 t, to 12 miles round Swansea, March. 1917, to March, 1918; rent paid in advance, if suited; ,rough land will suit.—5? Alexandra- road, Swansea. 647h2-9 WANTED, a Small, Light Hand-cart, not I more than 2ft. 6in. wide. Write "Hand-cart," "Daily Post," Swansea. 744h2-8 "117 ANTED, Sitting-room and Two Bed- rooms, unfurnished; Uplands or Sketty district.—Write Snow," "Daily Post," Swansea. 764h2-8 W ANTED, Second-hand Ford Van; also Four-seat fr; must be in good running order.—Write Ford," Daily Post," Swan- sea- 1597n2-13 DOCS fOR SALE. V t VOR SALE, two Toy (Black) Poms; also I Chocolate Bitch (in Whelp); sell oheap. •—Mrs. Rees, 3, Singleton-street, Swansea, 686hZ-7 PROPERTY FOR SALE OR TO LET. nouncoments TO LET, Excellent Lock-up Shop and Pre- ?- mi,4", in Swansea Arcade, Waterloo- s?reet; splendid basmees thoroughfare; early possession; moderate rental. 1652n2-13 TO LET, Union-street, very good Shop, with convenient Living Accommodation at- tached; bathroom, lavatory, side entrance; lease granted; low rental. 1602n2-12 fOR Further Particulars of the above -1- Premises, apply to John M. Leeder and ,-on, Surveyors and Estate Agents, 46, Waterloo-street* Swansea. 1602n2-12 Mr. Astley Samue!'s Announcements. FOR SALE. "OICHARDgON STREET. A Six-roomed House, with bath; low ground rent; Ivery long lease. A bargain to quick buyer. 1600n2-9 i [ TTTAR BARGAIN.-Freehold House, 2 re- f V ception, 4 bedrooms, bathrcom, etc., in Grosvenor-road, Sketty. Highly reoom- mended. 3600n2-9 WESTERN-STREET. v A Blcok of Pro- j I perty (Purchase Money to bo Invested in War Loan). Low Price to quick byyer. t • 1600n2-9 j TTPLANDS.-Two reception, 3 bedrooms, bathroom; ground rent, X3 4s.; modern. Price, £ 360. 1600n2-9 SKETTY.-Two reception, 3 bedrooms, bath- room; good neighbourhood; freehold. 1600ii2-9 TO i T^ATON-CRESCENT.—'Two reception, 6 bed- rooms, Kitchen and Scullery, bath- rooItt; house will be re-decorated; rent only X45 per annum. 1600n2-9 "YXT ALTERS-ROAD.—A well-erected Resi- j dence to Let; reception, Kitchen ami Scullery, 6 bedrooms, bath. 1600n2 9 I BRYNMILL-CRESCENT.-In this excellent x Residential neighbourhood a Semi- I detaohoo House; 2 reception, 5 bedrooms; rent £<10 per annum. 1600n2-9 TpURTHER Particulars of above from x Astley Samuel, Valuer, etc. King's Chambers, Gower-street, Swansea.. 1600n2-9 STABLES, Etc., TO LET. TO LET, a Two-stall Stable, One-stall Stable; also a Large Shed, suit Work- shop.-Apply 9, Brynymor-road, Swansea. 660h2-9 BUSINESSES FOR SALE. "DAINTING and Decorating Business for Sale, Stock, Plant, etc., with Lease on Shop and Premises; main road; low rental.— Write "Decorator," "Daily Post" Office, Swansea. 578h2-7 I< ■ i m BUSINESS PREMISES TO LET. HOUSE and Shop, near the Albert Hall, to HLet.-Apply, for particulars, to Picton Evans and Jones, Soiicltore, 9, St. Jlary- street, Swansea. 8Uh2-13 To LET, House and Shop. Paxton-street.— Apply Chas. M. Moxham and Co., Tim- ber Importers, Swansea. 6261i2-8 TO LET, splendid House and Shop, good -L pcaition; also Up-to-date Bakehouse, four Ovens; also a Ixx'k-up Shop; all in St. Helen's-avenue.—Apply pugsley and Sons, 24. Waterloo-street, Swansea. 1599n2-13 = OFFICES, ETC.. TO LET. OFFICE to Let.Two Rooms, in Alexandra- road, separate or combined; electric light fittings complete; weekly tenancy, if necessary; low rental. Apply Swansea Business College, Alexandra-road. 1595n2-8 1 Ti 11 "jaa HOUSES TO LET. A FURNISHED House to Let, Uplands dis- .r1. trict.—Write "DistricU" Daily Post," Swansea. 775h2-15 HOUSE to I?t, 8, Frcgmors-avenuc. HSkefty.-Apply W. Thomas and Co., Ltd., Glo'ster Buildings, Church-street, Swansea. 745h2-8 TO LET, 6-Roomed House (hotr and cold bath), on Constitution Hill, Swansea.— Apply 45, St. George's-tenaoe, Swansea. 565h2-7 npo LET, House, at Mumbles, near train -L and bays: 4 bedrooms and 'bath; imme- diate possession .-Hood, Arcade Chambers, Goat-street, Swansea. 804h2-13 f OFFICES WANTED. GENTLEMAN Wishes Share of Orace, in Swansea; must be central, on 'Phone, F., ii-d have Intelligent Boy.-Write "Share," Daily Poet," Swansea. 787h2-13 HOUSES WANTED. WANTED, at onoe, Small House, in good lo-cality.-Write Railway," "Daily Post," Swansea. 681h2-10 t W ANTED, a Cottafo, Unfurnished, on Lease, if possible, at Porteynou, Rhos- eilly, Horton, Idangtnnith.-Wi-ite "Horton," Daily Poat." Swansea. 683h2-10 "IITANTED, House, with 5 to 10 Aores of Land, suitable for Market Gardening and Poultry Itearing.-Write, in first in- stance, Gardener," Daily Post" Offices, Neath. 1587n2-10 W ANTED, 6-Roomed House (hot and oold bath), good looality; not more than 20 minutes' walk from High-street Station; about £30 iiielusive.-Write Box N.Z.. "Daily Post," Swansea. 709h2-10 ANTED, a House, or Furnished Rooms, in Uansamlet, Landore, or near ?G.W.R. Station, Swansea.-Write G. D. ] Daily Post," Swansea, 716h2-10 Ty ANTED, Small House, in good locality. r f —Write "House," "Daily Post," Swan- sea. 768h2-12 TX7 ANTED, Medium-sized Honse, Uplands, Brynmill, or Mumbles; immediate pos- session can be taken.—Write Bryn," "Daily Post," Swansea. 779h2-13 \\T ANTED, in Uplands, 'Sketty, or Bryn- mill neighbourhood, to Rent, a Six- roomed House, with bath (hot and cold).— Write" Sketty," "Daily Post," Swansea. 1601n2-13 I HOUSES FOR SALE. FOR SALE, at Neath-road, Landore, a 5- Roomed House; 70 years' lease unex- pired; bargain.—Write H. B. "Daily Post," Swansea. 531h2-7 FoR SALE, Leasehold Houses, in Monterey- street, Manselton;. Scyborfadh-street, and a Cottage in Williams-place, near Singleton-street, Swansea; always well let; to be sold oheap.-Apply David M. ,Thomas, Estate Agent, Rutland-street, Swansea. 732h2-12 SALE, at low figure. Commodious Residence, best part Uplands, half- minute from trams; 2 reception, 6 bedrooms, bathroom, boxroom, large kitchen, scullery, larder, pantry, etc.-Write Box 7, "Daily I Post," Swansea. 774h2-13 FOR SALE, Houses, at Manselton, Bryn- mill, Uplands, Plasmarl, Landore, centre of town, and Mumbles.—Apply Hood, Auctioneer, Goat-street, Swansea. 805h2-13 F OR SALE, Leasehold Detached Villa Resi- dence, near Swansea; 7 rooms and scul- lery, ooaoh-houae, piggeries, good garden, etc.; gas throughout; long lease; low ground rent.-Apply David M. Thomas, Estate Agent, Rutland-street. Swansea. 732h2-12 OKETTY-ROAD.—Convenient Modern House for Sale.—Write 063, Daily Post," Swansea. 693h2-10 S AIALI, Semi-detached Villa for Sale, West end of Swansea.; immediate possession; modern built; convenient to trams.—Apply Hood. Arcade Chambers, Goat-street. 696h2-10 APARTMENTS TO LET. Ap ARTMENTS to Let, Kitchen and Front Bedroom, with Garden, 4s. 6d.-Apply 11, Weig-terrace, Middle-road, Cwmbwrla. 706h2-7 "DEST Part of House to Let to suitable People. 3 or 4 Rooms (Unfurnished), bath, gas-stove, and every convenience.- Write M. J Daily Poet," Swansea. 688h2-7 COMFORTABLE Lodgings, for Respectable Young Man; bath and every conveni- ence.—Apply 26, Page-street, Swansea. • 726hl-12 c O.IFFORI'ABLE Double-Bedded Room to Let, with use of Sitting-room, with or without Bokrd.—31, Glanmor-cresoent, Up- lands. Swansea. 1573n2-7 T) ILLWYiN-STREET.—To Let, in this oon- Dver?ient spo, Unfurnished Rooms to quiet, reliable Couple.—Apply 18, Dillwyn- street, Swansea. 693h2-7 J-JALF Well-furnished House to Let,, in Brynmill; sitting-room, 2 bedrooms, kitchou. use of bath.—Write Box Z58, "Daily Post," Swansea. 715h2-10 T ADY Wishes to Let Comfortably Furn- ished House; 9 rooms; good locality; trams pass door; low terms long lease; south aspect,—Write Mater," Daily! Post," Swansea. 816h2-13 TwO or Three Unfurnished Rooms to Let. .A,p,y 61, PrinoB of Wales-road. No children. 568h2-7 LET, Comfortable Furnished Rooms; every convenience. Apply 38, st, George's-terrace, Swansea. 593h2-3 T WO Furnished Rooms to Let; every con- venience. Apply 44, St. George's- terrace, Swansea. 702h2-10 To LET, Superior Furnished Apartments, Front Sitting-room and one or two Bedrooms. with every' convenience, and uso of bathroom; good Cooking; no children.— Myrtle House, 53, Manael-terraoe, Swansea. 534h2-9 T0 LET, Double-bedded Room, with use of x Sitting-room; bath (hot and oold).- Apply 56, St. George's-terrace. 7341i2-12 rPHREE Unfurnished Rooms to Let.—Apply -1- 9, Victoriastzeet, Uplands. 728h2-8, rP WO Unfurnished Rooms to Let, to Re- -1- epectable Married Couple.—Apply 8, Cory-street, Sketty. 743h2-12 TWO Large Unfurnished Rooms to Let, 5 x minutes fiom High-street Station.— Mrs. Hoops, 1, Graig Villas, Picton-tei-race. 810h2-7 T 0 LET, two Unfurnished Rooms, or Bed- Sitting-room, close to trams.-Apply 14. Ooedsaeson-erescent, Sketty. 785h2-9 T 0 LET, two Unfurnished Rooms, to Be- speotable People.—53, Kilvey-terrace, St. Thomas, Swansea. 778h2-9 VACANT, two Large Unfurnished Rooms, 3 minutes from Midland Station, 5s.— Write "Midland," "Daily Pest," Swansea. 747h2-8 APARTMENTS WANTED. "L^URNISHED Apartments. Lady and Gentleman require Sitting-room and Bedroom, with Attendamre.-Write. with lull particulars, to L. G. Daily Post," Swansea. 680h2-7 ANTED, two Unfurnished Rooms, with Respectable People; terms moderate; Brynmill or Uplands.—Write Roy," "Daily Post," Swansea. 100n2-9 ANTED, two Bedrooms and Ritting- w room, for two People, Comfortably Furnished;, sunny aspect; Uplands district preferred.—Write Box Z25, "Daily Post," Swansea. 720h2-10 T/S7ANTED, Oomfortable Bedroom and Sit- W ting-room, for two Ladies. WriStict, stating terms (moderate) for Light, Fire, and Attendance, Box 34, "Daily Post," Swan- sea. 781h2-9 YXTANTED, immediately. Furnished Apart- ments, suit Married Couple, Uplands or Sketty distriot.-Write Uplands," "Daily Post." Swansea. 818h2-9 YOUNG Lady, in Business (husband re- Y oently joined up), Requires Furnished Sitting-room and Bedroom, or Combined Room, with Quiet, HomelyPeople, or willing to Share Home with another similarly placed; cleanliness absolutely essential, and references exchanged, if neoessaxy.-Full particulars, and terms, which must be moderate (no attendance), to "-Confidence," "Daily Post" Office, Swansea, 795h2-9 YOUNG Lady, engaged during the day, Re- Y quires Comfortable Home, with nice, re- fined people, with or without Board; must be clean, moderate, and fairly central.- Write Permanent," "Daily Poet," Swan- sea. x 777h2-13 TRADE SPECIALITIES. A NTOINE'B Copying iu?. Reduoed rat?w *-?- —Apply Daily Poet" Stationery De- partment. High-street. Swansea. CLOWN Automatic Machines. Owner, joining UP. has for Immediate Sale, 6 Real Polyphon, Saxony, Clowns, and other Machines; separate or lot.—Write Poly- phon," Daily Poat," Swansea. 595h2-8 ENVELOPES. all sizes, Commercial and Catalogue Shapes, at Daily i ost" Stationery Department. High-sLreet, Swan- sea FISH Merchants.—P. Molyneux, Ltd.. 120, High-street, Swansea. The Trade Sup- plied. 406d4-l IpUNERAL Coach, Latest Pattern, Glass Box I .1:' and extra Seat, equal to new, half-price. Cash or Terms; photo free. -Marston's. 24, Bradford-street, Birmingham. 1397n3-23 POTATOES! Potatoes! Large Arrivals Daily. Grand Sample: King 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 1' cheap.—" Daily Post" Stationery De- partment, Swansea. I TRADE SPECIALITIES. OHORTAGE of foreign eggs means more S profit for British poultry-keepers. Get your 921are by using Karswood Spice, con- taining ground inseots. 2d.. 6d., le.-Maggs Bros., 13, Wind-street, Swansea. 638h2-23 QHOP Books, Account Books, TradeamenF Ledgers, Letter Copying Books (large varieties), offered at Pre-war Prioes; Reduc- tion for quantities.—" Daily Post" Station- ery Department. High-street, Swansea. TWINES, Cords, for Shoy and Warehouse 1 Paoking.—" Daily Post" Stationery De partment. High-street, Swansea. W HUMPHREYS, Chimney Sweep, 11, W. Kimberley-road, Sketty. 817h2-13 TTT ATE RP ROOF Horse Loin Cloths. Cart and Wagon Covers, Cart and Rear Lamps.—Swansea Saddlery Co.. High-street Arcade. Tel.: 103y Central. 749h2-12 1 Q TIMES its cost is usually returned in ° eggs to poultry-keepers who use Kars- wood Poultry Spice, containing ground in- sects, nature's own egg prpduoer.-Pa,rker, Corn Merchant, Plymouth-street, Swansea. 63823 Bullock Bros. Announcements. SOLID Silver, Hall-marked Spoons and Forks, at 3s. 6d. per oz. to clear.— Bullock Bros. 670h2-9 A QUANTITY of Second-hand Ringf. '-?- Bracelets, Brooches, etc., to be Sold cheap. See bottom of window. — Bulloolr Bros. 670h2-9 2 WALL OXOCKS, good 14-day movements, £4 and £4 10s.-Bullock Bros., Portland- etreet. 670h2-9 MOTOR-CARS. DYCLE8, Etc. TpOR SALE, 15-20 Studebaker 5-Seater Car, Fin perfect order.-Apply Outcline, Bush Inn, Sketty. 611h2-8 FOR SALE, Overland Van, latest model, new, 15-20 H.P., L255, in Stock.—Sheen, Motor Agent, Aberdare. 644h2-9 Ivor L. Roberts' (223. Oxford-street) Announcements. F ORD.Vans from Stock, £ 130, less £10 Re- bate, plus delivery charges. Cash, or Easy Payments. 630h2-8 "jl/f OTOR Cycles in Stock. Immediate XTi- Delivery. B.S.A., Enfields, Harley Davidson, Grand Prix 10 H.P. Morgan Car. 630h2-8 P 1VT One-ton Lorry, with Truck G.Al-C. Body, etc; cost (new) Z400: only run about 2,000 miles; sacrifice, at S'325. 630h2-8 FURNITURE. Hill's Anneuncementa. HILL'S Stocktaking Sale.-All of our — Large Stock to be Cleared. No veason- able offer refused. 808112.13 QPECIAL Lines in Bedroom Suites from 6i Guineas, Dining and Drawing-room Suites from '4i Guineas. Bedsteads and Bedding at your own price. 808h2-13 SEVERAl, Shop-soiled Sideboards to be Cleared below oost. Dressers, Fenders. Fire Brasses, Rugs, Carpets. White Millpufl Bed Sets from 17s. 6d. 808h2-13 OODS can be Stored Free until required. Now is the time to Buy. Don't delay. —Call at once for Bargains at Hill's Central Buildings, Gower-street, Swansea. 808b2-lo MUSICAL. 1 DALE, FORTY A CO.. LTD., High-street. CardifT.—Nuvf Model Pianos. ITjcond- hand Pianos at Low Prioee for Caah. Easy terms arranged. Second-hand Organs from JE2. Second-hand Piano Player, Lg.-Listo on .application to Looal Agency. 20, King Edward-road. Swansea. t.o. J. F. Coiiett's Announcements. PIANOS Tuned and Repaired. New and Second-hand Pianos for Sale. Advioe and Estimates Free..Send us a card. 30 Years' Experience. Testimonials on application.—J. F. Collett and Son, 4, Nicholl-street, Swan- Ina- 1506n4-15 Thompson and Shackell's Announcements. "DIANOLA Piano Player, Rosewood Case, 65 Note, cost 50 Guineas, Reduced to 15 Guineas, will fit any Piano.—Thompson and Shackell, Ltd., 39, Clastle-street, Swansea. 629h2-8 VERY Fine Two-Manual Organ, by Mason and Hamlin, Student's Model, con- structed on Ghuroh Organ principle, cost 120 Guineas;, will raooopt A30 Cash.—Thompsoiv and Shackeli, Ltd., 39,, Castle-street, Swan- sea. 629h2-8 GRAMOPHONE, slightly used, cost £ 5 5s„ will acoept £2 10s.; New Gramophones, 23 10s., £ 4 10S., JB5 10s. etc. Now is the time to buy. Prioes are rising.—Thompson and Shackell, Ltd., 39, Castle-street, Swansea. « 629h 2-6 Godfrey's Announcements. PIANOLA Piano Player, in perfect condi- tion, ft any Piano; bargain, 18 Guineas Cash; original price, 60 Guine"Godfrey and Co., Ltd., 22, St. Helen's'road, Swansea. 748113-12 SECOND-HAND Piano, by Gibbs, London, in good condition. Mahogany Case; bargain, 12 Guineas Cash, or 8s. 6d. Monthly. —Godfrey and Co., Ltd., 22, St. Helen's-road, Swansea. 748h2-12 ORGAN, by Poulton, 9 stops, very fine tone, handsome solid Walnut Case, Mirror Top; a bargain, 14 Guineas Cash, or 8s. 6d. Monthly.—Godfrey a.nd Co., Ltd., 22, St. Helen's-roa.d, Swansea. 748h2-12 D. J. Snell's Announcement. ESTEY Organ, L18 18a.; K&rn Organ, LIZ 10s.; Portable Organ, A:5 huge bar- ga.ins.-D. J. Saell, 14a, Z1 and 22, Higb. street Arcade. Swansea (near G.W.R.). 750h2-12 GRAMOPHONES and Beccrda. Huge Ggtooks of Hie Master s Voice" Machines and Records. Almost every Title in Stock. Repairs a 8peoiality. D. J. Snell, 14a.. 21 and 22. High-street Aroade Swansea (near G.W.R.). 750h2-12 PC 5s—Edison Home Phonograph, with 3 ?0 Dozen New 4-Minute Hecorda* and BrabS Horn; bargain.—D. J. Snell, 14a, ill and 22, High-street Arcade. Swansea (near G.WTR.). 150112-12 n-t-i 10S.—Good, Seoond-hand Piano, by Zil Dalmaine, London, in perfect order, A bargain.—D. J. Snell, 14a, 21 and Z2, High- street Aroade, Swansea. 750h2-12 LOST AND FOUND. x FOUND, in one of Swansea's main streets, Lady's Brown Handbag, containing Money and other articles.—Owner should apply, giving description of bag and con- tents, to Found," Daily Post" Offices. Swansea. n2-6 FOTJND, -two Badges.—Owners can have safe by applying to Commercial Man- ager, Daily Post," Swansea. 100n2-9 LOST, a Young Airedale Dog, answers to name of "Ralph." Finder Rewarded. Detainer prosecuted.—W. D. Roberta, 21, David-street, Manselton. 793h2-9 LOST, on January 2nd, a White and Black Graham Bitoh.-Finder Rewarded on re- turning to David Lewis, 9, Pleasant-row, Brynhyfryd, near Swansea. 699h2-10 LOST, Lady's Purse, between Cornwall- place and Post Office, Mumbles.—Finder please return to 5, Marine-terrace. 784b2-9 LOST, or Strayed, from the Fair Ground, on Sunday last.; at Gowerton, Airedale Terrier Dog (black and brown).—Anyone giving information to H. Studt, Fair Ground, Gowerton, will be Rewarded. Any- one found detaining same after this notice will be prosecuted. 1606n2-13 LOST, from Oxford-street to High-street, be- tween 7 ?nd 3 o'clock on Saturday evening, a Lady's Gold. Expanding Wristlet Watch.— Finder rewarded on returning same to Cen- tral Police Station, Swansea. 761h2-12 LOST, on January 3rd. 1917, between Bryny- mor-road and Blackpill, a Pair of Hand Trucks, marked S. and B."—Finder plea.se return to S. and B. Rutland-place. 718hZ-8 LOST, Brown Bear-skin Murr, Tuesday, January 30th. between Kensington-cres- cent and Killoy.-Finder will be Rewarded by returning same to Killay Lodge. 707h2-7 STRAYED, from Cedela Farm, Bay Mare, about 1.6, hands.—Apply W. Smith, 29, Strand. 664h2-9 STRAYED, to Penybank Farm, Killay, a Black Mare Pony. If not claimed will be sold.—Apply Joseph Jones. 675h2-10 WILL the two Boys who picked up a Black Persian Cat, from Argoe-ter- race on Tuesday evening, kindly return same to No. 2, Argoe-terrace, Landore. They will be suitably Rewarded. 687h2-7 W ILT, the Person who picked up Lady's Handbag, on Wednesday morning. kindly return Bank Books and Spectaoles by Post to "Highfield," Sketty? 760h2-8 ( t HORSES, CARRIAGES, TRAPS, Etc. CONTRACTORS. Timber Hauliers, and Farmers.—Very active Cart Mare, 16 hands, 7 years, £ 28; short-legged Cart Mare, 15 hands, in foal to Brewis Jupiter," 6 years, £ 18; heavy collier-stamp Horse, gi hands, 6 years, plenty of bone and feather, £ 24; Spring Tip-cart, L7; Ralli Trap, 15; Harness and Chaffoutter; must be sold.— Haulier, 25, Beach-street, near Hospital, Swansea. 756h2-12 FOR SALE, aged Mare, 15 hands high; Iipring Cart and Harness; also a Pair of Second-hand Light Wheels, two Water Oaaks. Joiner's Bench, Gramophone (quite new), with 28 Double-sode Records.—Apply 4, Neath-road, Hafod, Swansea. 590h2-7 FOR SALE, Mare, 15 hands, slightly blem- Fished; suit Farmer; cheap.—Apply 22. Greenfield-street, Swansea- 493h2-7 FOR SALE, 4-Wheeled Covered Delivery t Van, by Bond Bros., only in use 12 months, single and double shafts; also 4- Wheeled Trolley; replaced by Motors. What offerøP-Apply Fred Morgan and Co., 4 and 54, Waterloo-street, Swansea. 801h2-13 TN Foal, Shire-bred Cart Mare, short legged, *■ plenty of bone, 6 ycavs, 15i hands high, £ 38; also light-legged Cart Mare, 8 years, 15 hands high. £ 24;' thiok-set Bay Cob, 7 years, 15 hands high, £ 15; good workers shafts or chains; can be seen working daily; also 2 Tip-carts, 2 Sets of Cart Harness, Trolley (crank axle); all to be Sold cheap.-Apply Haulier, No. 1, Northampton-plaoe, near Market, Swansea. 348h2-7 EDUCATION. PRIVATE Tuition in Languages, Book- keeping, Shorthand, Typewriting, Arith- metio, etc. Thorough Preparation for Exam- inations and Business.—Oswald Korth, Pro- fessor of Languages, 1, Kensington-terrace, Swansea. 619d.b.-t.c. rpHE SWANSEA BUSINESS College (Sid- dall Buildings, Alexandra-road) is i training Young Men, Youths, and Girls for Successful Business Careers. Subjects:- Shorthand (Pitman's or Script), Typewriting, Book-keeping, Arithmetic, English, Office Routine, Modern Languages, eto. The suc- cess of this College is based on the success of its students. Prospectus and advice (free).—Ernest Victor Ruddell, B.A., Princi- pal* 'Phone: Central 1259. 1570n2-26 MONEY. D JONES, Financier, makes Cash A4- D • vances from LS and upwards to Re- spectable Householders, at reasonable rates of interest, without delay. Apply personally, or by letter. Distance no object. No Fees. Easy Payments arranged to suit conveni- ence of Borrowers. Private and Confidential. Guaranteed.—Apply 3, Grove-place, Alexan- dra-road, Swansea. d.b. DO YOU NEED MONEY? DON'T WORRY. D-M. Foner, 9, Carlton-terrace, Swansea, Advances Money to Respectable House- holders. Easiest Terms. Strictly Private. 792d2-lC LOANS.— £ 10 to £1,000 on written promise to repay at a mutually agreed interest. No travelling expenses charged, business dQne or not. On receipt of a letter a Re- presentative will Call with Cash and discuss terms. Distance no object. Do not expose your requirements locally. Commission paid for introductions. P. LAWRENCE, Ltd., Don Chambers, Wine-street., Bristol. SWANSEA MERCANTILE CO., LTD. 18, PARK STREET, SWANSEA, MAKE CASH ADVANCES' DAILY from JS10 to ti,ooo. No Changes unless Business Done. Bills Discounted. Strictly Private and Confi- dential. For further particulars, apply: H. B. JONES, Managing Director. II i ■ ii ii „ i——m—m* PUBLIC NOTICE. 0 OUNTY BOROUGH OF SWANSEA. SUPPLY OF SEED POTATOES. TO ALLOTMENT HOLDERS AND COTTAGE GARDENERS. I THE CORPORATION have now arranged with certain Potato Merchants in the Town for the supply of-Seed Potatoes to Allotment Holders and Cottage Gardeners at SPECIAL AGREED PRICES. ) Forms of application for purchase may be obtained from the Superintendent, 4, Prospect Place,. Swansea,. ,:1 0: Injbeading Purchasers tare URGED' to }Slace their orders as < arlv as possible as STOCKS A14HITEI). j H., LANG COATH. Guildhall. Swansea. 1065 j rJpl O ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS. COX- JL TRACTORS, &. I TENDERS are invited for the FIXING of E. LECTRICAL INSTALLATION at CAL- FARIA BAPTIST CHAPEL. CLYDACH. Specifications and particulars of same may be .seen at the residence of the Minister. LIetyr Bugail, Clydach. Tenders to he in the hands of George Davies, AIybryn, Cylvdach on or before FEBRUARY 10th. 1917. 1061 i M ANURE FOR ALLOTMENTS. THE CORPORATION are prepared to re- move Manure regularly from Stables in the Borough. Please communicate with the Parks Office, 4, Prospect Place, or Telephone 180 Docks. 1069 V. T'HE ASSOCIATED" BOARD, R.A.M. AND R C.M. For Local Examinations in Music. Patron—HIS MAJESTY THE KING. Honorary Local Representative for Swansea, H. Horatio Wacfkins, Esq., Solicitor, 7, Rutland Street. LOCAL CENTRE EXAMINATIONS.— Syllabus A. March-April and November-December. ENTRIES e"e Feb. 71 h (or, with extra fee, Feb. 15th). SCHOOL EXAMINATIONS.—Syllabus B. March-April, June-July, and October- November. ENTRIES close Jan. 31st. (or, with extra fee, Feb. 8th). SYLLABUSES A and B can be obtained post free from the Hon. Loc-il Repre- sentative, as above, or from THE SECRETARY, 15, Bedford Square, London, W.C. IJ42 OSCAR SNELLING MEMORIAL FUND. LIST OF DONATIONS. £ s. d, Amount pre-viously acknowledged 1388 8 0 "C anada" 5 0 0 anaua Owen. Mr. Owen 2 2 0 Pederson, N I r. A. 2 2 0 Pollard, Mr. W. J. 2 2 0 Evans, Miss A 1 1 0 Jenkins, Mr. W. A 1 1 0 Snow, Mr. and ):lrs. 1 1 0 Thomas, 1\1rs..J. 1 1 0 Tucker, Mrs. Thomas. 1 1 0 Tucker, Miss Ona 110 Abraham, Mrs. A 1 0 0 "A Member of his Mission" 1 0 0 Hill, Mrs. A. M. 0 10 6 James. Rev. R. G. 0 10 6 Thomas, Miss Edith 0 10 6 "E.A. P." 0 10 0 Sambrook, Miss (2nd donation). 0 10 0 "Anon" 0 5 0 Davies, Mr. John 0 5 0 Kneath, Mrs. John. 0 5 0 "A Friend"' .1 0 1 0 Total £ 1411 7 6 NOTE.—THE FUND WILL BE CLOSED ON THE 7th FEBRUARY NEXT. Further donations may be sent to any I member of the committee; to t]?r hon. treasurer, Mr. C. C. Vivian, The London City and Midland Bank, Ltd., Wind- ytreet, Swansea, or to the honorary secre- taries, Messrs. H. Lang Coath and F. E. Tunbridge, Guildhall, Swansea. 920 TO ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS. ARCHIBALD D- DAWNAY & SON LIMITED. WALES AND WhJST OF ENGLAND fiNGINEERING WURKS, EAST MOORS, CARDIFF. Steel Joiate, Flitch Plates. Angles, Tees. SHIPPING. MERICAN. LINE, Carrying 1st. 2nd, and 3rd Claw PaEs ngem, LIVERPOOL TO NEW, YO&F every Saturday. Sailing under the American Flag. Moderate Prices. Beat Accommodation. Apply to American Line, Liverpool, Liow don, Southampton, or to Local igentr
POPULAR AT PONTARDULAI& I Death of Mr. Yavasor Lloyd Morgan. On Sunday morning, after many years 01 ill-health, but borne with Christian fortitude. the death took place oi Mr. D. Vavasor Lloyd Morgan, youngest son of the Ilev. D. Lloyd Morgan, D.D., pastor of Hope Congregational Chapel. DccM-sed, who was only Z3 yearp of age, was educated at Caterham College, Ion. don, and afterwards became clerk at the London and Provincial Bank, Enfield, Lon- don, N. Five years ago lils health broke down, and he travelled as far as Sail Antonio, Texas. to recuperate. On his return voyage war had been declared, and he was made prisoner of war on board the ship, and detained for a. short time. Lately he was occupied at the goods office, L. and. X. W. Station, Pontardulais. The funeral, which will be a public one, will take place on Thursday, the place of interment being th. Glyncoch Cemetery, Pon- tardulais. At Siloh Congregational Chapel on Sunday evening, a vote of sympathy and condolence was passed with the family.
SWANSEA MUNITIONER'S FUNERAL. Un Saturday afternoon, the funeral took Place at Danygraig Cemetery of the late Miss Catherine Hill, of Phoenix Dry -Dock Cot- tage, a popular munition worker, employed hy' a West Wales controlled establishment. The funeral was attended by a large num- her of munition workers, and many beautiful floral tributes were received. At the grave- side a short service was conducted by the Rey. Father Conrath.
I REST FOR ALL. MRS. WINSLOW" 800THING SYRUP. FOR CHILDREN TEETHING If your baby ia restless and cannot sleepy, give this old- fashioned remedy a trial, as it cures WIND AND TEETHtIlC PIARRUCEA, You will all have a good night andbaby willwake up bright & ha ppy
TIME AS OUR ALLY. LESSON OP THE rftEMIER'S SPEECH. The Times" Carnarvon correspondent re- porting the Premier s speech on Saturday S"id A (jpnsidehra-ble ipart oi the spo6ecLhe phitsised the need of sacrifice. To wiu we must endure more. In the past the sacrifice had been too much delegated to the men in th4 trenches. A big !,J.kil would sfiorteii the war a big number of subset ibers. would uhorteri it further. H- appealed to house- wives to see, each one in her own home, that not an ot,itce ot food was eaten beyond the ainount laid down by 'Lord iJevonport. \e wallt every woman," he aid, to administer the part- ot the King's dominions which i" in her immediate sphere." Those who were doing nuthing should do some- thing those Who were doing something should do more and all should do their l est. Kvervone who had got enough lalld to grow a potato or a cabbage must so usej it. If we found the trains inixmveniairt tf"d overcowded ahd the fares high, w# should remember that the limitation of railway facilities helped our Arniv. 't for H,.IllulJt dining the speech did the ?enttohof the Hall- As a 1111U'!tW oLlo,i.the, Prj¡e )liÙi- ier ha f(.?ri\a? 1:1 the Hou> u! Commons ?r out?tde of it. His'-?i's'mtim wa'par ticularly moving—countenance, gesture, voice, all contributed to its cumulative effect. As he spoke he strode from side to side of the platform before the mayor's table with its vase of daffodils! "Time." he ex- claimed, is at .present a, hesitating and per- plexed neutral. The hour will .came when lie will swing hia scythe finally on one side or the other. Let us see that we enlist him as one of our Allies." Finally, speaking in elsh. he drove home the lessons of the hour iu phrases of the ut- most force and intensity. The audience were carried off th-ir feet by a wave of emo- t)'?n, and a.s the Prime Minister concluded theý burst forth ?to a. stirring rend"erii1g of ￼ ￼ 'of their national ?'?ng. L an d ()f our Fat h ers."
MOLE SKINS. MOLE SKINS. R. WATSON and CO., Pioneers of the Mole Skin Industry, Oldest and Largest Collectors in Great Britain, still continue to pay the HIGHEST PRICES for Mole, Otter, Fox, Cat, and Badger Skins, Pheasant Tails, Plumage, etc. Cash for- warded immediately on receipt of goods. Write for our new price list before send- ing elsewliere.-Note our OXLY address. R. WATSON and CO. (DEPT.H), the "ALL BRITISH" Firm. Dalkeith House' Farringdon-street, London, E.C. 402
BROKE HER NECK. I DISTRESSING FATALITY AT EASTSIDE. Mrs. Mary Jane Thomas (43). wife of Dd. Thomas, of No. 165. Foxhole-road, St. Thomas, died in a tragi, inanner early on Sunday morning. Her daughter got up at seven o'clock to go to business, and. finding the weather bad, she returned :md called up to her mother saying she wanted an urn. brell.i. Deceased got out of bed hurriedly and fell down-i-'iirs and broke her neck. Her hus- band found her at the bottom of the staira, aut she sa.id, "I have broken something, and am going to die. Look after the Trhu- dren." She was put to bed, and died three ht < later.
SOLDIERS ENTERTAINED AT PENCLAWDD. A cordial reception was extended to Trooper Tom Young, 4th Draguou Gunrds, at-the Church Hall, Penclawdd. Tiouper Young has been in France far eighteen months. There were present also-Sersrt. \Y. Rooke, R.A.M.C., who "was wounded at tl:8 Dardanelles, and is now stationed a4 Oswestry; Corporal Joseph Hall, WeL»| Regiment; a-nd Private EvaiwEvans, Laiica- shdre Fusiliers, who.-was wounded at Vimf Ridge. Rev. A. T. Jenkins presided, an paid eloquent tribute to the ^orifices of the "oys" and our deep debt of gratitud*. to them. A presentation of a cheque m beinlf of the Soldiers' and Sailors' r.ition W3.<; performed 6y. Mrs. To^ Tannir, Grove Cottage, to- which Tro>pa» Young responded with character isMt brevity. A splendid programme was cilo tributed by the following —Solos, Missa* Blodwen Ress, Gladys Morris, LucV Morris, and Mr. D. O. Jsnkins; recitations, Sergt. Rooke and Master Hedley -Rees i -iy;,bliofol.t.e sole, Mr. Owynfor JenJtins, tht accompanist.
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