#4 2 'iA <?' ￼ ?? < ￼ -? !i ill iBiui! |w|m 1 VvlwP^^ 5 v w jf !?- THEyU>' ¡ 'l T' 113' A" ￼ n ￼ Ii I ¿; "STEPIETI u ￼ t ￼ 6ø 1^1'Hi' ^willllil BlWiWIIII ?<amQ-!<m?-:StMa<))ta<m <? ￼ !)! _1IIf- = cannot be equailed when car has t to travel on wet grass, snow or 2 greasy road s. ?e A PROOF. t Leamington, <r April 1st, 1913. Dear Sirs, <U I am very pleased with your Road- Grip Tyres, their skidding properties are let very great comfort, and it may interest you to learn that at a Race Meeting re- eently I was able to drive my car off the ground (which icas very wet grass) with a u full load without the slightest difficulty, » a singular contrast to the large number < £ of other cars which had to be pushed or have ropes wound round, the wheels. Yours faithfully, g J. A. C. 2 I The Stepney Spare Motor Wheel, Ld. jj S Stepney Works, 3 LLAINTELLY. I 168, Great Portland 5t., h LONDON, W. e yrr sirsrmrwTww • • — a a 0 0 0 0 0 0 .;Z.muœ- 1"c:JIII t1ll"V: IiL I" X CVCL& I^ |ACC^OrieS|^1 | I 0 ? ? Mb mean added pleasure to oycliDg. N)t HH (o M | TB?OY M8 80 entirely depeDdAble g H S ? S? thtttJb<:reigtbaoIate!ynothij?; ???c3? g §1 si worry Made of the KB Hf i? J? ? Is best material, by cyclists, Nt ? t W ? n ? "Rlyabun" Acc5orie. ??? K | ? # i ? '?* QmriT&Hed. Ask voor dealø ? 3? |g a ￼ K I OA.tMeÖRëAN, FfTj&ll t?? B 21, OXfORD STREET, B?aSyt SWANSEA. B ?-? W ￼ 'I r BIIT f!: ???i?????"? ￼ MOTORISTS should inspect and try the 1913 VULCAN sr CAR now on view at JOHN S. BROWN'S MOTOR GARAGE. BRIEF SPECIFICA TION.-15"9 Motor Streamline Body, 4. Seater, Paiated Green, complete with Hood, Screen, 5 Lamp Horn and Spare Wheel £295. j SOLE AGENT- a JOHN S. BROWN Motor Engineer. Swansea. 4" a.w. SYDNEY to MELBOURNE OPpnised. by 1:11. RELIABILITY TRIAL. of Australasia TKTjfc L TJSjlrA r Zq 3 YT Y TWT RECEIVED BY CABLE- ¡ MJL A c???M/L?. ONLY TWO TALBOT CARS COMPETING I PLACED FIRST AND SECOND. i Winning Talbet was awarded: MAXIMUM PC!NTS Iw RaUABILITY. MAXIMUM POINTS tor HILL-E-LIM INC. MAXIMUM POINTS for ^E^TROL^O^MO^Mr. Local agent: I Ernest E. Fletcher Oxford St., Swansea. TALBOT The rest a, in the world to eover t 108 MILES IN ONE HOUR. Catalogue on request. Clement Talbot, Lt4., Barlby Road, Ladbroke Grove, London, W.
c OM- rULSUKY REMOVAL SALE. 8f GREAT BARGAINS in Household Furniture AT LLEWELLYN BROS. 1 We are offering the vb<?c 8f our Stock at extraordinary Low Prices t« effect a Clearance £ prevjou to our Removing Larger PremS?es. It will pcy everyone to ?ive us a call, as we are j2 offerixg Ge8wee Bargains .8 every Department. 68 ￼ Do not delay, a? the best bargains are %"u 5napped up. ￼ ? av 37, High Street, Swansea. &? ??;???'a? <??<?? l!????? 1 .-n.i./&itn ? ￼ ANOTHER CONTINENTAL VICTORY FOR BEDFORD ?f? A T!? t? B i B a tmJP 1? CARS Whts the Best Position in the Tour de France. WINNJm OF THE GAILLON HILL CLIMB AND THE BUSSLOf ENDURANON, TEST. fraaatetlen from Brlra.o& foIoma L' Auto.. March 16th. 1513. And If this Gar was a revolution to me. I am oortalmly not the only one af who is H mMe a oonqueet. J. JURAL. SOLE ACENTS FOR WEST WALES, rHE SWANSEA MOTOR CAR CO., LTD. Also for ALBION8,R.N.AULTS, SUN- BEAMS, and ARROL JOHNSON. MOTOR CARS FOR SALE. i4 H.P. BBJTON, with 5-Seeter Torpedo Body, Hood and Scrten. Recently Overhauled £125 a.ad. Bepaimert j 16 H.I'. DEABY, with Coiv«rtable Body, 2 or 5te1", with H<)od, fH OA Screen, Lampt'. etc. cS/J-OU i 16-20 H.P. ALLDAYS, with 3-seater Touring Body, com- plete with Hood, Screen, C' 1 r\A | ?mpa. eel:. zcioo ALI, THE ABOVE CARS ARE IN PERFECT RUNNING ORDER, FULLY EQUIPPED, AND READY FOR THE ROAD. GARAGE, NELSON STREET SWANSEA,. x OH, DEAR DOCTOR, MTrST MY DARLING DIE? STOP ONE MOMENT. x THESE lb YERY LITTLE HOPE, BUT TU 1 T U D 0 R V," J L L I A MIS' PATIENT A L S A M 0 F || 0 N E Y Which rxjntaius pure Welsh Honey and an Essence of the Purest and Most Efficacious Herbs gathered oil the Hills of Wales, being gathered in the proper seaxon, when their virtues are in full perfection. BRONCHITIS. There are thousands of Children.who die] annually from Bronchitis, Whooping Cough and Croup. This is a. grand discovery for the Cure of such compJaiuts. It is invalu- able lor Weak-chested Men. Delicate Women and Children. it cures when all other remedies fail. It cures Coughs, Colds, Bron- j chitia. Asthma, Tightness of the Chest. It cured thousands of Children of Bronchitis, Whooping Cough. CURE FOR CHILDREN'S COUGH AFTER MSdSLES. It cures for One Shilling when Pounds have been spent in va.in. TRY IT. if you have a eougn, Try it. Jf you have a ocld. Try it. If yon have Bronchitis, Try it. It loosens the phlegm and promotes expec- toration. produces wa.rmth and comfort to the chest, and gives refreshing sleep when you have lost nights of rest. IMPORTANT AND INTERESTING. READ WHAT A SCHOOLMASTER SAYS ABOUT IT. Sir.—My wife desires me to say tha t. your Tudor Williams' Balsam of Honey has proved a most valuable medicine in our large family (eight children). As soon as a cough or cold makes its appearance a dose of Tudor's Balsam is at once administered and its treatment is followed up until the cold disappears. Before using the Balsam in our family the children have been pros- trate with colds for several weeks, but now, by taking doses as directed, they seem to suffer very little inconvenience. During the short time the cold is upon them the action of the Balsam is marvellous, and the little ones take it readily and ask for more — Walter J Brett, Esq., G.M.. Headmaster British School, Kelvedon, Essex. For Vocalists and Public Speakers it has no equal. It makes the voice as clear as a bell. See you get the genuine article—Tudor Williams' Patent Balsam of Honey. So many imitations and frauds. Sold by a.ll Chemiete and Stores 16., 5d. and 4s. bottles. Sample bottles sent post free for Is. 3d., 3F, and 5s., from the in- ventor. Saving in purchasing the large-sized bottle. Manufacture: TUDOR WILLIAMS, M.R.P.S., F.S.C.L, f Analytical and Consulting Chemist and Druggist by Examination, MEDICAL HALL, A-BERDARE. SAI LINCS. WHITE STAR LINE ROYAL MAIS. TRIPLE-SCREW STEAMER. OLYMPIC (46,565 tous). LARGEST STEAMER i N THE WORLD. SOUTHAMPTON—N E W YORK. Via Cherbourg and Queetmtown. ROYAL AND UNITED STATES MAIL SERVIOa, Calling at Queenstown Westbound and Plymouth Eastoonnd. I Olym p ic.W ed .Apl.^i And regularly thereafter. Liverpool to New York Liverpool to Boston via Queenstown. via Queenotown. Cedi-ic.Thu6Apl.24 (eXcj(d)Arabic.ThuraApI.24 Baltic.ThurtiMayl (aKb)Cymirc Tues.May 6 (a;Carries only 2nd and 3rd class. (b)Via Portland, Me. (c)Via Halifax, (d) Not calling at Queenstown. CANADA WHITE STAR DOMINION SERVICE. LARGEST STEAMERS IN CANADIAN TRADE, I LI VEE POOL—QUEBEC—MONTREAL. Teutonic.Sat.April 19 Laurentac.Sat..April 26 For further particulars, apply to the Local Agents; or to WHITE STAR LINE. Jaraes-street, Liverpool; Southampton; 1. Oockspur-street, S. W., and 38. Leadofi- hall-street, London, E.C. CANADA. United States, South Africa and Australia.—For low#,st fa,S and all information, apply to Roberts Ster.mtsbip Paeeeiisfer Booking Agency, Uoinetca. ,t Ï,1 ij l.1 #1 BURN YOUR O. D F-r4 ?. E ￼ = V ""i L j tjj1 ""HI 111'IIWWfMWmWliill III mil I Tjcrmi ￼ ?? AND BUY N W A T T H, L E 1 B ￼ a f?a? ?????JS L ￼ LP- aa I Immense Reductions in all Departments, prior to Annual Stockraking, by j BEVAN & COMFY., LTD. j ABOVE POST OFFICE, SWANSEA. j SPECIAL n??' USUAL BALE IQADRSLTLS-lIBlfL l L!MM PRICE. PRICE. 27 IAU1LriOWl Dp?n £ s. d. £ 8. cL Suites in hs?nda?me Saddlebags 12 1 0 9 12 6 85 Dining Room Snites 5 5 0 3 17 6 50 b?ndeome Cabinets 5 5 0 3 19 6 62 Everlasting Solict Oak Bedroom Suites with Plate Door Wardrobes 7 10 6 5 7 G 109 Massive Sideboards, in Oa.k and Walnut, from < £ •*»/ 3/0 to Great Bargains. 1 ￼ ￼ ￼ ￼ ?. > J W? ,r; Zi'i' i /r<' B ￼ S?? M,¡ t ￼ ￼ ￼ ?'?!S?????<! ￼ ￼ 3'???'??!@'??' ?'??H Points to Rifmembtr: Immense redactions to en- sure clearanee for sixty- third stocktaking. The reliability of the goods jj supplied by this well- y known Firm is beyond all | question All goods sold at this Sale 1 delivered free up to 200 3 miles from any Branch! 1 Illustrated Catalogues I gratis and post free on 8 application. 3 llllll ■IIIIIIIIBIWIIIIIlllllll llllll IIBlll — Seaside Announcements. f BLACKPOOL. For Rates and particulars of Southport and Blackpool Advertisements, apply to Mr. T. MA YNALL., 88, Cranviile-roatl, BiackpocI ("Cambria Daily Leader" Rapresantativei. "DI^ACKPOOL —Rootham and Wadswortli, 94, Coronatiou-str«ct. Coxnforta bk. Apartments, with or without Board; do". to Central Station, Sea and Amusemeut, Piano; terms modci-ate. C'10-18 BLACKPOOL.—ifre. L. Gibeon, Welling- 1on House," 11, Alfred-street. Homely Apartments, with or without Board; central to both Stations and all AmuE.emIlU: minure Sea; Piano. ClO-lo OLACKPOOL.—lire. Greenwood, 63, Central Beach. Public end private Apart- ments; Sea Front; near all Amusements; established 29 years; home comforts. C9-6 T> LACK POOL.—Mrs Broughton, 29, Charlee- street. Comfortable Apartments, with or without Board; bed, oooking and attend- ance, Is each person; 2 mins. Ta<lbo1>road Station, Sea. C9.6 BLACKPOOL.—Mrs. Bail (late Mrs. iio&e- ley), 96, Albert-road. Comfortable Apartmante, Public or Private, lb. each per- 60ii; clO6e to Central Station, Sea, and all Amueements. C9-5 T>LACKPOOL.—Mieseo Whittaker, Ivy Souse, 72, Ooronation-street. Public and Private AjBortmentls; botird optional; is. each person, cooking and attendance; close Central Station, See; Piano. 09-6 BLACK POOL. —Mm. Orchard, 16, Pleaeant- B 5troot, North Shor?. Public and Private Apartment6, wiLh or without Board; Rve 1 minutes T?lbot?rosLd Station Bath Piano. C7-S5 BiACKPOOL.-Mm. Abraham Holt, 66, Palatine-ioad, off Central Drive. Apartments, with or without, Board; close to Central Station, Sea; Piano, Bath, Elec- tric Litrht, etc. C9-5 "OLAOKPOOL.—Furneee'a Wellington Oai«, B floxhall-road; facing Sea,; good accom- modation for visitors, with or without Board; 2s. per bed. two portion." with at- tendance; good Üræ. C9-5 "OLACKPOOL.—Mre. E. Hobbe, Carlton ilolif-e, 7, Havelock-street. Apartments, with or without Board; tires wet or cold, no etra; two minutes Central Station and Sea. C9-5 iBLACKPOOL.—Under Now Management. B It rs. R. Lynn, 26, CharnJey-road. Apartmente, Public or Private; Board op- tional; Beds Is. each person; minut-e Central Station and Promenade. C9-5 t BLACKPOOL. — Mrs. Craven Harling^ h &3. Alberi-road. PubLc and i'nvaLe Apaitmente; nea., Central Station, Sea, and all Amusements. Q9.5 BLACK.POOL.-Mr8. Kneeves, 104. Albert- roa-d, opposite Central Station. Public and Private Apartments (iate 6, Central- road); Bed la each persdn; bttno; minute Sea. ci-5 BLicKIJ()Ór.MiS6 WrlllaJID:iQll. 29Read: -L? road. Central Drive. Single and Double-bedded Rooms; with or with-cut Board; near Sea, Amusements; Piano. C9-5 OLACU-UOL, South Shore.—Mieees Bcnsey^ 10, St. Chad'<>-road Public and Private Apartments,; good Sea View; near Promenade; highly recommended. C9-5 "OLACK POOL.—Mrs. Fitton, H Hornby- road. Apartments, Hear Central Station and Sea,; Zs. two persons per bed, with attendance; Piano. 09.5 TJLACKPOOL.—Mrs. G. W. Harriet JL* (Prospect House). 5, Ceorge-street. Com- fci-tab,-B Apartments, with or without | Board; one minute TalLot-road Station; home comforfe; Piano. 09.5 "OLACKPOOL.— Mayfair," North Pro- menade, facing Sea; every comfort; with or without board; near Bowling Green and Golf Links.—Mrs. W. H. Brittain, Pro- prieties. <9-5 TJLACKPOOL. Under New Management. B Mrs. Gray, 27, Charnley-road. Apart- ments, Public or private; Board optional; Beds, lB. each person; near Central Station and Promenade. QJ'b "OLACKPOOL.— Plants," St. Elmo, 22, -L? Sta.tion-1'oad, South Shc?rv. COmfort- able Apartments, with or without board- close to ??ea, Pier and Station; bath; Piano. (?-6 J BLACKPOOL —Mrs. Hepworth. 32, Ch?rn? B ley-road. Public ?nd- Private Apart- ments. with or without Board; .three minutes from Central Station; piano. 09.6 SOUTHPORT. QOTJTH PORT.—Mrs. Deeming, The CarT- ton," Portland-street. Private Board P.e*idence; next door but one to Prince of Wales Hotel. Nord-street. C9-6 For Rates and particulars of Southport and Blackpool Afivertisisments, api)!y to Mr. T. MAYNALL, 83, fSranville-rcaci, Blackpool ("Cambria Daily Leador" Representative}, j SAILINCS. ABSOLUTELY FREE. BERIME PERKINS AND 00. Pa.s8aajref I Steamenly Deparunent. 11, Somerwot-jlAoe Coppoeite the Town Hall), Swansea, yloug Passengers to America. Auatralia, lniia, l Canada, Africa. New Zealand, and to all part3 of the World. Handbooks of Information and all V&16 I' ticalars absolutely free. Cables are received daily of the arrival of various Passengrer Steamers at portd Abroad. Bertie Perkins and Co. are Agents for the Best and Ijarjrast Paauenger Staamuhip Lines in the World. A LL About Canada.—The C-cntt?I Booking ??- Of!kc, 1. Bcilcviio-etreet (near bottom of High-street), Swansea, will foi- the present, remain sp-acially Open on Friday Evenings till 9 p.m. to give f-roe information. C4-16 I MEDICAL. FREE.—THE WJFE'S HANDBOOK (of use JL to both sexes). Revised 1913 Edition. Containing many pages of valuable advice to both sexec-i. Special hints on all irregu- larities and ailments. Wiodoin for men. Sound advice for women. Separate pages on children's ailments. Indispensable to married persons. Absolutely free, with samples, in plain sealed cover, on receipt of. Postcard, mentioning this paper. No money r,eic Brasdeur Surgical Co., Ltd., Jonn Bright-street, Birmingham. Workc: Posey, Paris. XTUUSE 0. STANLEY will send PriVe..te-lyJ ? how to cure youihelf of all in?ula.ri- tie6 with French Remedy.-114. Bold-street. i Liverpool. C6-Z5 WEAK MEN. — Nervous and Physical Weakneasea, Genito-Urinary Troubles, Lack of Vigour, Varicocale, and all the Allied Troubles. Seutf for Treatise with full particulars, in eluding Hundreds of Testimonials of com- plete cures. No electricity. Sent Bealed for three stamps. C. L. MURRAY, 125, High Hoiborn, London. LADIES. The Safest and Most Reliable Remedy is Deakin's Special Mixture. It is made from l'urü Herbs, and is backed by a reputation of 43 years. Safe and Harmless. Price .js. 9d.; by post, securely packed in plain wrapper, 3s.-Deakin. Herbalist, 14, Alexan- dra-road, Swansea. LADIES LADIES f Mrs. STAFFORD-BROOKES the Eminent Lady Specialist in all Female Complaints, m 'le h peasiire in announcing that her REMEDY for restoring regularity WITH- O??T MEDICINE i8 tha only positive, safe, ccrtam, and speedy one known. It acts I almost immediately, and does not interfere with household duties. I guarantee every case end at once stampe:addree3ed envelope fo" full particulars and most convincing > testimonials (Guaranteed Genuine under a penalty of R,1,000), to Mrs. STAFFORD- j BROOKES, 22 Dept., Ardgowan, Hither i Green, London. j LADIES | Irregularities, etc., removed by ail np-tc-date S mathod "1;ithont Meolicmeor Pills, ItiaspcedyB 1 —sometimes immediately. Medical ecienco f 8 bnowci no better cure. Letters of testimonials I received daily. Send at once stamped ad- | d"ps..ed en?elo;? fcrfuU par"ieUlAr8 and tesi.i- 1 | menials, g.;arntocd setinine under a renaltr i £ of £ 5.008—Mrs. D. STAEMAN MORRIa, 152, I Btolw Newinntan I'toad, London, N. i I IIIIIH IIIIIIIHIMIIII IIIIMI— ■ ■IIIM1II> RHE WEW FREKCH REMEDY. Wol NOF3 WC"J» THERAPiON^T^S ,zi*c Chemists. cuMS BLOOD POISON, KIDNF.V, BLADDER, URINARY DISEASES, DISCHARGES, WKAKNKSS, IILES. SEND STAMP ADDRESS ENVELOPK FOR FREE BOOKLET TO DR. LE CLERG 7i,TARRIED I?ADlES.—Nui'ae Dal ha? a J. ￼ ea.:? reliabLe remedy. guamnteed effectual, no matter how lont, Btanuing. ever. case a cure. La.die« should writb at once, strictest privacy. Send stamped envedope.—Nurse Dale, 19, Morton-street, Knighton, Radnorsnire. 502A4-1 dbrRGICAL lijBBER APPLIANCES, Enemas, etc.; samples. Is.; best quality; securely packed. Prico List free.—J. Kitt. 280, Buto-stroet, Cardiff. URGICAL "WBBER APPLIANCES. ? 'Eaooiae. et. ¡ eainplee, 1?.; be?t quality; securely packed. Price List free.—Lorraine'a, Mill-lane, St. Mary's-etreet, Cardiff. T ADTES should aend Id. stamp for F.&KB JLi SAMPLE of BLANCHARD'S PILLS. They supersede Pennyroyal. Pit Cochia, Bittor Apple, etc. Sold at Is. lid. a Box by Boots' Branches and all chemists, or post tree from Leslie Martyn, Ltd., Chemist* 34. Daiston-lane, London. Go-S ]VfMK '? KA -LAIRE' Parisian M Palmist. Phrenologist, I?n??i?e' &p?cia.t 1st. Advice daily. 10 a.m. till 9 p.m.—Alex andra Arcade, Swansea. Engagements ar. ranged for Bazaars, Garden Feus*, etc.. at Special Reduction LAOSESl LADIES] Without Drugs. Pilla, or Medicine, Narse Ross guarantees to cure irregularities and obstructions, female ailments in married or single women, from whatever cause f\ri«ing or how lOilt rawdi1l6; no diaa,p. pointments; every caoe a cure; numerous testimonials; &end stalop for free adyic-B.- NTTRSF LABORATORY, 13, CHURCH STREET. LEAMTNGTON iimni«imm 1111111111111 111 -I. -T.m ? Su?gtca! and ?ubbe? | ￼ A.pp iances. || [ Our New Illustrated Descriptive Catalogue I ? of every kind of S?.K?ICAL RUBBER I S APPLIANCES seat free (under cover). FO!l BI B Good S&mplcs for 15.- § Dept. 16, S. SEYMOUR, 1 ,;0, Leia;"ier Square, J?<???'0?', t?.C. 1 "iiriUln."AlW. -sf /It'l ■■■ ■w.wanm,!— SLA?!iES-"FR?.E? LA IEG-FREE: S LaùICs jhould wrile tD me hefore partingS Swith LOeir money on so-ca.Ucd curea. ?cd Ml will 6cndhem a FREE SAMPLE of my | | renowned AB?eric?u treatment for u,U § irregularities. I guarantee ond box onlji to be ?iie(?tiV(' eVk?U in the most ob. gtinm? and unyielding cases. No naib Sous drugs—Do ussier injections. Acts U't' inagic, failure imp&oaible. 60 why j worry Send no money, hut write fto j me and I wiH &eud YOU a FREE SAMPLE? sullicienf. tar a cur, and testim t ni3, 13, Mention this paper. Price 2/3 a 4/6 3 a MRS. EVETT KNCAID, | The Renowned A merican Specialist. § 3, New Oxford Street, London, W.C. wwai SWANSEA TRADE DI RECTORY. NEF.BMAfVI'S MAGIC COUGH CtJRE. COSTS LESS THAN AN UNDERTAKER. A Compound of the best modern C-ough remedies known to the Medical Profession. One dose relieves; one bottle cures. Price Is.—NEEDHAM'S DRUG STORES, HAFOD, SWANSEA. C5-7 CARRIAGE, VAN & CART LAMPS, CLIPPING MACHINES, HQK6E RUGS, Purchasers of the above p-oodg would d" well to call and inspect our Stack. Car riaee Lamps Repaired. New Glasses Fitted -SWANSEA SADDLERY CO., HIGH-ST ARCADE. Tel.. 103y Central. LEATHER AND GRiNOeaY. Real Useful Sole Leather Pieces for Boot Repairers can be had at the Cheapest Rovua in Wales. — SWANSEA SADDLERY 00, Leather Mercnant^. ARCADE. SWANSEA. C. M. MORRIS, 19; UNION-STREET, FOR VALUE ANg FIT. — WAT E R PRO 6 F £ ~"?i EPAVrED. Where to Co on Rainy Days:— i Send your WATERPROOFS to FTTRSLAND AND CO.. ALEXANDRA ROAD. SWANSEA, MONEY. ???f? to .E1,OM to Lend on -M.ortga? c??wv ? reasonable intcreet.—A?pty Trustee," Leader Oftke. 9A4-10 IMMEDIATE LOANS—The Old-established JL London and Provinces Discouni Oo., Ltd., continues to LEND Immense Sums Daily to £ 5,000, on NOTE OF HAND ALONE or other security. Moderate Interest. Easy Instalments, fcpeciai Rates for Short Periods. NO PRELIMINARY CHARGES WHATEVER. Largest and most I honourably conducted business in the kigdom. Thousands of our regular cus- tomers have expressed their entire satis- fa,ction in repeated tranoactiops with uø. A I gentleman will wait upon you at once with Cash Call or write (in confidence) to Manager, Mr. HARPER, 48, STOKES CROFT. BRISTOL, or to Local Agent: Mr. Bourne. 1 Wiiiows-place, Swansea. TP WILLIAMS and Co., 17, St. Mary- X. etreet. Swansea, make Private Loana to Respectable Borrowers. Bills Discount »<i. No Feee. Strictly Confidential. Terma Moderate. Easy Payments Arranged to suit Borrowers.—Trevor Williams, Manager. D JONES, Financier, makes Cash Ad- D • vancee from L5 and upwards to Re- spectable Householders at Reasonable Bates of interest, without delay. Apply per- sonally, or by letter. Distance no object. No fees. Easy repayments arranged to suit. convenience of borrowra. Private and confidential -uai-a"ILOed.-Appiy 3, Grove- pla-ce. Alexandra-road, Swansea. MONEY TO LEND. The DISTRICT LOAN CO.. of ST. MARY'S CHAMBERS, Church-street, Swansea, are prepared to make CASH ADVANCES to Respectable Householders on Promissory Notes Only. Rates of Interest Moderate. Ropaynients to suit Borrowed Conve- nience. Call or Writo to Manager. j^JONEY LENT WITUOUT SECURJTY. LADIES or GENTLEMEN can have their own ACCEPTANCES DISCOUNTED or POST DATED CHEQUEri CASHED witho-ut any security, sureties, or interviews. T OANS GRANTED BY POST, I J-J Strictly Confidential, on NOTE OF HAND ALONE, by Mr. LEWIN. to Ladies or Gentlemen, Merchants, Manu- facturer3. Hotel Proprietors, and Shop- keepers, from £20 to £ 5,000. No fees, commfssitin, or before-hand charges ever made. Borrowers dealing with others can. have their loans paid off or increased. and those who are about to borrow should write for full information, which will be tfup- plied gratis and post free by tha actual Lender. Lender. NO ASSUMED NAME. MR. D. LEWIN, 114, Bold street, Uwr- l. pool. Before paying feea, commission, etc., you cannot do better than apply to above, as No Charges whatever are made if the Loan is not completed. -A PPOItTANT.-Why Pay Heavy Interest when you "an Borrow Money ou Watchec-, Plate. Jewellery, etc., at the Re* duced Rate of Fourpeiice in the £ per month. Established 1812..—Mr. Henry Bar- nett (successor), Plate Repository, 5, Heath- field:etreet, Swansea. RIO to 910,000 to LEND on your promise to repay, or on Life Policies, Furniture, Household Property. or any Security. Principal remains, or can be repaid by Easy Instalments. Prompt- ness and privacy. On receipt of letter a, gentleman will call and hand you cash at your house if desired. Distance no object. Do not expose you requirements locally. Deal with the actual Lendere. F. LAWRENCE, Ltd., (The Oldeat Company in the West of England) Don Chambers, Cheese, Market, Bristol. t ￼ ￼ -— LOANS BY POST. ] Advances £ 10 to £ 5.000 on approved Note of Hand alone, to Ladies and Gentlemen, Farmers, Shopkeepers and respectable per- sons. Town or Country. Can be transacted by post. Nofees. Strictly private. Call or write. Customers dealing withotberlenders can have their loans paid off or incrersed. I JAMES STAMFORD, Ltd., Morgan Chambers, 33. St. Mary Street. CARDIFF LOANS. £5 to £ 5i<0 ADVANCED promptly and pri' vately on your written promise to pa." Repayments by eosy instalments to suit your iucomti. For agreed periods- L5 REPAY E6. E50 REPAY ASS. £ 13 Lil. £100 „ £ 118. X20 „ £22. £ 280 „ £228. SPECIAL TERMS TO FARMERS AND PROFESSIONAL MEN. No Charge unless business completed. 11n- mediate attention given to inquiries bf Poet, 'PIIOM, or personally, and strictest Rrivaev Guaranteed. GEO. FRY & CO., 11, Dynevor Place, Swansea. 'Phone, 36 Docks. 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MOTOR NOTES. I (By "MOBILE.") Correspondence is invited from all motor- j ists and dealers. Particulars of new agenuias, new saies, and anything of interest to owners or the trade will be, welcomed. A good story is told of a party of motorists who were touring a little, i while ago in the Devonshire district. They had not had the best of weather, «nd consequently were not in the best of hainours. In fact, the way see-ed I long and dreary, and they were. keehly looKing out for an hotel. The rain kept coming down in that pitiless manner that we in Swansea know so well, and not a human being was abroad: They wor.e quite sure now they were on the wrong road. and quit-e a cheer went1 up as they approached a cross road showing a fino and clear sign-post. In the rain they drew up to the sign, and anxiously peered from under the hood to read. Alas! Spring painters had been there before them, and the whole of the letters bad been covered with paint ready for the letter-writer to do his work. The story is not quite an uncommon one, but this time it hap- pened on April 1st. Would you see the humour under the circumstances? >* from the The following is an extract from the "Daily Mail.' of Brisbane, dated Tues- day, )th October, and has reference to a motor trip from Sydney: "A Watford British-made speedometer is fitted on the da-sh of the car, and yesterday it registered 721 miles—the mileage from Sydney. Animals like the kangaroo, etc., had their speed tested and re- gistered gratuitously by the speedo- meter of the car that chased them. Mr. Birtles found it interesting to note the different speeds of movement of the various fugitives. Fowls ran at 15 miles an hour to save their necks, and mongrel dogs and kangaroos each Averaged 25 miles an hour. One harej succeeded in attaining the speed of 40; miles an hour, but he fell a victim to the car wheels at last. Neither the blue-tongued lizard nor the greyhound had their speed tested." j As a very large number of motor cars and motor cycles change hands at this time of the year, when new vehicles are purchased for the coming season, the secretary urges upon all A.A. and M.V. members disposing of their cars., etc., the importance of removing their A.A. and M.U. badges before the cars pass out of their possession. Such badges are not transferable, even to members of the Association. It mav also be pointed out that before receiving their badges members undertake not to lend ,or pds,; the badges to others, and to I return them to the Association should they cease to be members. ? ? A most interesting race, and one that I will appeal to every car owner is to 00 I run at Brooklands on Whit-Monday, it I is a race of 81 miles for cars run on bonsole only. No doubt before the race i was definitely settled on inquiries were made amongst racing competitors as to the probability of its success and to the possibility of a paucity of entries. How- ever, unless benzol as a fuel has a de- trimental effect on the sweet running of an extremely sensitvo racing engine there does not appear to be any diffi- culty in the way of a good contest. Buying second-hand cars is so often spoken of as a lottery that many pros- pective buyers are afraid of taking a risk. And to the unwary and inexperi- enced the risk is truly great. What inducements to purchasers are offered to the unwary' One man boldly takes us into his confidence and d- clares he is getting a larger car; but, lest. we should imagine he is dis.satis- I field, he is careful to add "of the same make. Another pays for giving us gratuitous advice-far superior to a cheap American car. Many aro going abroad; some appeal, to our charity or cupidity, for "must i sen" may move us to pity or covetous-1 ness; while others honestly declare they are like the great majority and "want money." But the man who exercises ordinary business care in such a transaction need have no fear. The local dealer wil! g IN-le, him advice or in most largo towns there are motor experts who, for i a moderate fee, will give an hoie^t opinion as to the value of a second-hand car. A correspondent with long and var (d experience of motor fuel trials writes as follows:—"We can all try mixtures of various fuels on our own particular car, until we have found one that suits it at a less mean cost than usin^ pttiol "neat." Benxole—thanks mainly to the efforts of "The Motor" —is begin- ning to be recognised as one means of j economy, and, with the creation of a demand, the supply is begining to ad- just itself to it, and that will give us some relief, though, for some time to come yet, whilst paraffin remains at its will effect the greatest economy, and doubtless be effected by using a petrol- paraffin mixture, if the motorist doesi not care to make a plunge and try the; heavier fuel alone. This, of course, will effect the greatest eocnomy, and though it means the fitting of a special carburetter, or rather, vaporizer, it does not necessarily mean the elimina- tion or "scrapping" of the carburetter! we already have on the car, as, with such a vaporiser as the tandard, the existing carburettor is retained, and, in fact, drawn upon for occasional sup- plies, so that, in experimenting with it, the motorist is not, burning hj.s boats,' which, in a matter of this kind, is a point for consideration. If paraffin alone be employed, the save in the fuel bill should soon pay for any little; initial expense which may be incurred, as I understand that suitable brands of the heavier fuel may be purchased at 7Vd. per gallon retail, a price which, compared with Is. 9d. for the first- grade petrols, is worth very serious consideration. "In so far as this whole matter of fuel economy in use is concerned, I am afraid the average owner is very help- less. in that the inertia of settled habit is so great that he very often will not stir a finger to help himself, but waits for others to do it for him and to make things so easy that he cannot help mov- ing, as being just the easiest thing to do. And that is what the pioneers are beginning to do now." And we think the correspondent is right. We motorists just wait for the expert's verdict, and in the meantime swell the profits of market manipula- tors.