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AMUSEMENTS. 6.30. TO-NIGHT! 3.30. 'Phone: Central 92. », HARRY LAMONT presents his COWBOY MIKSTRELS, In a Round-up March and Melody. LATEST NEWS PICTURES. HARRY WEST, Comedy Acrobat and Dancer. THE WHITTAKERS, Lielinod Comedy Duo. PI Lb, the Thought-Reading Dog. The Original ASCOTS (Douglas & Ethel) England's Greatest Dancers. HARRY HERBERT, Comedian. THE GLADIATORS (James Findlay and Louis Christiansen), V Art in Athletics. L- Y s 1 u NE Thursday, Friday, Saturday. Frank Keenan & Enid Markey in ONLY A GIRL, an Exceptionally Powerful Ideal Drama in Five Parts. FATTY AND MABEL ADRIFT (Key- stone Comedy). Mr, & Mrs. M. Johnson's ADVENTURES AMONG THE CANNIBALS (Episode 4). Topical Budget, Dramas, Comedies, and Usual lligh-Class Programme. Mon. Next.-CORONET OF SHAME. ROYAL Theatre. Thursday, Friday, Saturday. Olga Petrova in TEMPERED STEEL, Drama, F've Reels. Pauline Stark in SHOES THAT DANCED Triangle Drama, Five Reels. Episode 8, Further Adventures of STINGAREE. WINKLE MAKES THiNGS HUM, Comedy. MALAITA-The ISLAND OF MYSTERY  CASTLF CAErLE 2.38. TO-DAY. 10.38. William Farnum in Riders of the Purple Sage, Fox Masterpiece in Six Parts, adapted iroin the famo us novel by Zane Grey. LANDMARKS IN THE LIFE OF LLOYD GEORGE. Earle Williams and Edith Storey in THE TWO PORTRAITS. A GAME GAMBLER. Paths Gazette and Weekly Pictorial. CARtTOK, 2.30. TO-DAY. 18.30. Sir Gilbert Parker's Famous Novel, THE WORLD FOR SALE. A Special Paramount Production. HANDS UP, No. 2, Featuring Ruth Roland. Final Episode- WOMAN IN THE WEB. PICTURE HOUSE 2.38. TO-DAY. 19.30. Enid Bennett, THE MARRIAGE RING, A Thomas Ince Special Production. "FATTY" AS A DESERT HERO. Will Rogers, LAUGHING BILL HYDE, A Powerful Rex Beach Production. —■ ■ —■ PUBLIC NOTICES. GERRAN'S CHARABANC DE LUXE i AVAILABLE FOR TOURING PARTIES. FOR TERMS AND OPEN DATES, Apply— 41, St. Helen's Rd., Swansea Tel.: Docks 206. PIONEER CHARABANC TOURS. Friday, August 15th, Tuesday, August 19th, Porthcawl Leave Garage 2 p.m. Leave Porthcawl 8 p.m. Fare — 8s. 6d. 6th Batt. The Welsh Regt. A GENERAL MEETING to discuss and arrange for a Re-union of all Officers, W.O.'s, N.C.O.'S and Men who have served with the 6th Batt. Welsh Rogt., will be held at 6.30 p.m. on Saturday, August 16th, at Mond Buildings, Swansea. Major J. GIBBON will Pteside. Roll Up the 6th. TO CATERERS. It hAA been decided to give a Dintoer on Saturday, the 31st instant, at Gar- nant Council Schools, to the Discharged and Demobilised Soldiers and Sailors of Cwmamman, Carm. The .number, will be approximately 40O, and Tenders are in- vited for tarrying out the above. Par- ticulars as to Menu, etc., may be had from Hon. Secretary, Peace Celebrations Com- mittee. Garnanfc- t: '¡,ii; L 4MUSEMENTS. GRAND Theatre SWANSEA. MONDAY, 11th AUGUST, 1919, Six Nights at 7.30, MATINEE on SATURDAY at 2.30. FREDERICK G. LLOYD presents the RECORD MUSICAL COMEDY, A CHINESE HONEYMOON NEXT WEEK- MURRAY KING and CLARK'S COMPANY in ROXANA, SALES BY AUCTION. AUCTION MAliT, 3, 4 and 5, COAT-STREET, SWANSEA. MESSES. John r. Harvey and Sons Will SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, on FRIDAY NEXT, the 15th AUGUST, 1919, a Varied Assortment of Practically New High-Class Household furniture the chief items comprising: MSSsive Panelled Mahogany 5ft. Wardrobe, Dress- ing Chest with bevelled mirrors, Marble Top Washstand and Two Mahogany Calue Seat Cliairs. Panelled Mahogany Side- board with bevelled mirrors, Mahogany ifull-size Bedstead, Drawing-room Suites, Oak Extending Dining Table with spiral legs, 3 Oak High Back Chairs with Lea- ther seats, Settee, Upholstered Arm Chair, Sheriton Mirror, Tea Sets; Brass Curbs, Nearly-new Carpets, Wool ifcugs; Stair Carpfcts, Walnut-framed Piaiio by John Brader and Sons. Oil Pairitings, E.P. Goods, Sewing Machine Stand, Neiirly-new Kitchen Dresser, Mangle, Small Oak Coffer, Pictures, Kitcjhen Range, Iron Boiler, Combination Bed- i Steads and Sundry Household Effects too numerous to mention. Sale to commence at 11 a.m. protnpt. 29, SKETTY ROAI), SWANSEA. Astley Samuel, F.A.I. t Has received instructions to SELL bv PUBLIC AUCTION, on TUESDAY. 19th AUGUST, 1919, the Household Furilitute AND EFFECTS.— Chesterfield Suite in Old Gold Plush, Oc-1 casional Tables, Chairs, Brass Curb and i Irons, Fire Screens, Coal Vases, PedeStals, Brass and Copper Jardinieres, Palms, Music Cabinet, Overmantels, Ornaments, Vases, Pictures, Billiard Dining Table, Handsome Jacobean Oak Dining Chairs, Carved Oak Sideooard, Carved Oak Over- mantel, Oak Writing Table, Oak Book- case, Books, Telescope Dining Table, Oak Coal Vase, Linoleum, Cupboards, Small Couch. very handsome Burr Walnut Bed- room Suite, very choice Walnut Bedsteads, Clocks, Bedroom Ware, Rugs, Mate, Wal- ftut Bedstead, Chest of Drawers, White Enamel Bedroom Suite, Fire duatd; Gas Fire, Book Shelves, Single Oak Bedstead; Mangle, Gas Cooker, Kitchen Utensils, and General Culinary Articles, &c., Fowl House and Run. Goods on View Morning <sf Sale. TERMS—CASH. Sale to commence at 11 a.m Auctioneer's Offices, King's Chambers, Swansea. SWANSEA. FOR SALE WITH VACANT POS- SESSION. J. Barron Pascoe, P.S.I.; F.A.I., Has been instructed to SELL by PitSLIC AUCTION, on the Premises, on WED- NESDAY, 20th AUGUST, 1919, at 11.2( a prompt (subject ,to Cohditioha of' Valuablebe there and then produced), the Sale to. Leasehold Residence, Situate and known as 44, WALTER ROAD, SWANSEA. Held upon Lease for a term of 99 f etirs from 25th December, 1873, at an Annual Ground Rent of £7 U. The Property is exceptionally well built, nicely decorated throughout; the Rooms are large and lofty, and fitted witH every convenience. Accommodation com- prises: 4 Reception-rooms, Kitchen., Scul- lery, Larder, China- Pantry, Bathroom* w.e., 6. Bedrooms; Outside, w.c;Lafder, Large Wash-hbuse with Loft bver, easily converted ihtd a Garage or St able. Immediately after the Siit6 of the Ptb- perty, the Very Substantial and Cosily HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE will be Sold, comprising: Handsome Drawing-room Suite in Silk Tapesti-y, Beautiful Mahogany China Cabinet and Overmantfel to match, 3 Hp&vy Brass Firft Suites, Mahogany Occasional Tables And Chair; Mahogany Dining-room Suite in Leather, EhàÍiy Overmantel, Uphol- stered Wicker Easy Chair, Sundry Orna- ments and Vases, Choice Selection of Pic- tures, Splendid Axminstejr Carpets, Lino- leum, Well-fhjide White enamel Bedroom Suite, Walnut Dressing Table and Wash- stand, 3ft. 6in. Brdss Bedstead; Hair and Wire Spring Mdtiressefe, Featfiei- Bed and Pillows, Kitchen Dresser, Refriger- ator, Garden Seat, Brass Stair Rods, Mangle^ and other items. On View Day Prior to Sale from 2.30 p.m. to 5 p.m. Terms—Cash. Further particulars to the Property may be obtained of Win. Cox .Esq., Soli- citor; Adelaide-street, Swansea, and of the Auctioneer, 7, Gower-street, Swansea. 1 I- rn_m PUBLIC NOTICES. Gowerton and District Horticultural Society. The 4th ANNUAL SHOW Of FHiit, Vegetables, Flowers, Roots. Corn, etc., Will be held at the Council School, Tatbot St, Gowerton on Saturday, August 23rd, 1919. Over 250 given in Prizes, also Silver CLip, Medals and Shields. Class A.-Open to all. Class ii.-Opcn to all except Professionals and Market Gardeners. Class C.-Ol),Pn to Householders who have not won liiore than ten prizes, and re- siding within 3 miles" radius of Gower- ton Post Office. Farmers' Class.-OPeD. Schedules from Secretary, J. Shepherdi Mansel-Street, Gowerton. CENTRAL HALL, Skewen. A Grand Children's EISTEDDFOD On SAtURDAY, NOV. 1st, 1919. I CHILDREN'S CHOIR. Prize S8. One of the following (English or Welsh): Over the Fields of Clover," Come, Springtime, Cojlie," Excelsior." For further particulars, apjdy Secre- taries, 1. Spring Gardens South. Skewen. • 'r H, I .1" PUBLIC NOTICES. MUMBLES PIER AND PAVILION. THIS WEEK at 7.30 p.m. (Matlnees Thursday and Saturday at 3.45), The Scottish Dons. SUNDAY, 17th AUGUST, at 3.45 and 6.15 to 8 p.m., Expensive Engagement of the Celebrated fJA N D of H. st KING'S DRAGOON GUARDS Conductor—Mr. G. t. Acres). ^Admission—Adults 9d., Children Id. (Tax included). Next Week.—THE GREY JESTERS. Thursday, 28th August.—GRAN0 FANCY DRESS CARNIVAL in Aid of Swansea War Memorial. Swansea Town A.F.C. SEASON TICKETS Can now be obtained at Mr. J. Barclay Owen, Oxford St.. and WaVerley Restaurant, Cradock St,, 7.30—9. FIELD ONLY— 2;- (including Tax)—ADULTS. I iij- (including Tax)—BOYS. Pare Wern Red Cross Officers' Hospital. Those who have so kindly lent Furni- ture will please ripply for itsi Return at once, as the Hospital is now Closed. WM. CANN, Commandant. County Bofough ef Swansea. NOTICE. NO REMOVAL of HOUSE And TRADE REFUSE will be made on SATURDAY NEXT, AUGUST 16th, 1919, the occasion of the Strfcet Cleansing Employes! I ANNUAL OUTlNG. BY ORDER. County Borough of Swansea. WARNING. liVE. SHELLS. Two explosive shells have te:rêh\X1 the Refuse Destructor with refuee Collected from hottsesi. As there might be damage resulting ftom this method of getting rid of these shells, pebfflcf frho" n1' hate them to dispose of are requested to send them to the Policti Station. J. RICHARD HEATH, Borough Efigiiesr and Sitrvfe^or. August, 1919. ,< k' ,q' ,(" Sun Rises 5.59; Sun Sets S;4G. Lightlng-up Timf, 9.10. High Water, g.ii 4.59 P-iii. Kin'ê Dock, 49ft. Sin. a.m., 40ft. lOitt. pÎti, To-mbrrow, 9.19 a.m., 9.38 prri. r






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