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AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. 8.30. TO-NIGHT! 8.30. 'Phone: Central 92. '0> GERTIETGITANA The Idol of the People. Latest News Pictures, THE LISBONS, In their Clever Roller Skating Act. CLAUDE GARDNER, Comedian. From the Corned v Theatre. London, SYD MOORHOUSE, Burlesque Humorist. THE MONGADORS. The Famous French Comedy Jugglers. SISTERS REEVE, Sweet Singers of Sweet Songs. BEN BEYER, the Vagabond, In a Cycle of Mirth. ELYSIUM, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Mary Garden in THE SPLENDID StNNER, A Powerful Story of Bohemia t.nd the Battle Front. JERRY'S LUCKY DAY (Comedy). TRAGEDY OF SOULS (Thrilling Drama) HOUSEHOLD BUTTERFLY (Comedy). Topical Budget. And Usual High Class Programme. Thursday Next.-Olive Thomas in AN EVEN BREAK. ROYAL Theatre. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday. Wm. Fox presents Gladys Brockwell in THE BIRD OF PREY, Drama. in Five Reels. THE MAN AND THE MOMENT (By Elinor Glyn), an Emotional Drama that Thrills from first to last. Six Reels. Episode 7- MYSTERY OF THE DOUBLE CROSS, "Into Thin Air," Drama, Two Reels. AN OILY SCOUNDREL (Keystone). Two Reefs. '.p, GAZETTE. TOPICAL NEWS. ?? iL C??TT I CASTLE CINEMA. (Adjoining Lader" Offica. TO-DAY- Dorothy Dalton in THE ROAD TO HONOUR, The Story of a Modern Cleopatra. CHAINED LIVES, featuring Florenee La Badie. Mir., & Mrs. Sydney Drew in SPECIAL TO-DAY. The VAMP CURE (Eddie Lyons Comedy) Mutt & Jeff Cartoon and Pathe Gazette. PICTURE HOUSE 2.30. TO-DAY. 10,30. Nell Shipman in The Girl From Beyond, A Powerful Vitagraph Drama. BEACH NUTS (Comedy). Rupert Julian in FAITHFUL JOHN. THE FAMOUS JAZZ TRIO, To-night at 8 o'clock. CARLTOW. 2.30. TO-DAY. 10.90. Monroe Salisbury in THE EAGLE, A Phillips Special. Robert Warwiek and Elaine Hammestein in iT THE ARGYLE CASE, The Greatest Detective Mystery Filmed. PUBLIC NOTICES. T A S GERMAN AND CO., h ° STOCK AND SHARE BROKEHS, "c 68 A 69. KA'CHANOE-BUILDINUS. C'AED1FF. Telegrams. JASUKK." Telephones, 17Z5 and 1C6& If ONILOE sHIPPINL CO. (LTD), CAPITAL, £ 75.000 IN Li SHARES. It is anticipated that tIle Subscription List for this new issue wilLbe ('losed during the ne\t few days. Appjicatione already received have practi- cally absorbed Lhe prouort.<-> of the issue offered to the public and allotment wjll Uk* Dla<-« pi actica.lly simultaneously with I the commetiouaient of the service of the Company's first steamer. The FRANCIA is a steamer of t.650 tntis dead weight. She has already been chartered for a round voyage, which shows noneiderable profit WE RECOMMEND THE JSSTJE AS A SOUND INVESTMENT Tlherp is a. Mnal) parcel of Shares still available, and- we advise immediatb appli- cation PIONEER MOTOR SERVICES, PLYMOUTH STREET. CHARABANC TOURS. Thursday, Porthcawl. Saturday, Porthcawl. Fares, 8s. 6d. Whit-Monday, Llandrindod. Fares. 22s. 6d. SEATS BOOKED IX ADVANCE ONLY. PONTARDAWE Carnival, Trotting, and Foot Events, Timbering aSliting Competitions, SATURDAY, JUNE 14th. OVER ASO IN PRIZES. • C" TROTTING EVENTS, t20 and tio. Entries Close Next Saturday, June 7th. Hill HQpkin, Herbert Chambers, Pon- ^rdawe. Swansea Harbour Trust. Z" NOT.IC Jv IS H KtiEHV GIVEN that the A REGISTERS of THA XSFERS of Sn-ailsea ,HarV*Mvr-Stocks n-ill tv- CLOSED at 1 p-ifi. in SATURDAY, the Utft day of JUNE ih^.and will be REOPENED at 16 oV-fook a.m. 011 TUESDY, the lit day. of JULY NEXT. ■. T ALFOURD STRICK, Clerk. :r, Harl)our Oiiices, Swansea, 3rd June, 1919. I. HKRALD OF WALES It IS NOW IN URGE D • V- < AMUSEMENTS. GRAND Theatre SWANSEA. MONDAY, JUNE 2nd, for Six Nights. at 7,30, MATINEE on SATURDAY at 2.30. MACDONALD and YOUNG Present SOLDIER BOY A NEW MUSICAL COMEDY. ? NEXT WEEK- THE GREAT LONDON COMEDIAN, JOE ELVIN and Company in SAILOR LAD. SALES BY AUCTION. BO WEN'S SIDING STABLES, HAFOD, SWANSEA. IMPORTANT DISPERSAL SALE OJ< GRAND DRAY, InRRY. AND VAN HORSES, &c.. CARTS, LORRIES. HAR- NESS. Ac., in consequence of the ter- mination of a Contract with Messrs. VIVIAN & SONS, LTD. MESSRS. Jamss and James, F.A.I. Will SELL by AUCTION, under instruc- tions from Mr. Fred M. Smith, at the above Stables, on THURSDAY, JUNE 5th. 1919 21 Working Horses, viz.: Two 4-Year-OId, fi 5- rear-Old, 4 6-Year-Old, 4 -Y,ir-Old, 3 8-Year-Old, I 9-Yt-OJd. and 1 Aged, including a Registered Hackney Harness Mare of rare quality. IMPLEMENTS, &c. Gas Engine, 2 Chaffcutter6, 15 Tip Cart* 9 Lorfies, Mortar Drum, Van, Gig, Gover- ness Car, 21 Set, of Shaft and Chain Har- ness, 2 Seta each of Gig and Van do., 25 Leather Neck Strape and Night Halterg. etc. Good s on View Morning of Sale. Sale promptly at 2 p.m. Terms—Cash. N.B.—The Yard, and Dwelling House, 13, Bowen Street, are to Let. Auctioneers' Offices: 7, Goat Street. Swansea. SWANSEA AND RHYDYFRO. IMPORTANT SALE OF FREEHOLD AND FREE DOUBLE LICENSED HOUSES, FREEHOLD AND LEASE- HOLD RESIDENCES, &c. MESSRS. James and James, F.A.I. Are instructed to OFFER for SALE bv PUBLIC AUCTION, at the HOTEL CAMERON, SWANSEA, JUNE 4th, 1919, the following Valuable Freehold and Leasehold Properties. Lot I.-Thp CRICKETERS' HOTEL, SWANSEA (Freehold). Lot 2 -The ROYAL OAK INN, RHYD- Y-FRO (Freeholds Lot 3.-The FREEHOLD MEADOW ad- joining the Royal Oak and a Freehold Ground Rent, of £2 (Vs. Od. per annum. Lot 4.—RHYDYFRO POST OFFICE (Leasehold). Lot 5 and 6 —TWO COTTAGES adjoin ing (Leasehold). Lot 7.-No. 2, ST. HELEN'S CRES- CENT, SWAN-SEA (Freehold). Lot S.o. 2, THE PROMENADE, SWANSEA, with racant possession (Lease- hold). 25, BERNARD STREET, SWANSEA (Leasehold). N.B.—All the properties are let upon yearly tenancies, with the exception of Lot 8. Full detailed particulars are in course of preparation, and may be had when ready with reference to Lots 1 to 6 from Messrs. Aeron Thomas & Co., Solicitors, 18, York Place, Swansea; Lots 7 and il from Mr. W. Arthur Daviea, Solicitor. Rutland Street, Swansea; and Lot 8 from Messrs, Roberts and Mathias, Solicitors, Narberth and with reference to the whole from the Auctioneers, 7, Goat Street. Swaneea. FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY, WITH POSSESSION ON COMPLETION 18, CHAPEL STREET, MUMBLES. This Freehold Premiss Contains 2 Reception-rooms, Kitchen, Scullery and all usual offices, 3 Bed- rooms, Bath-room with hot and cold sup- plies, and w.c. on the first floor; three good rooms on the second floor. For Price and further particulars, apply Edward Roberts and Son, LLANFAIR BUILDINGS, st. MARY- STREET, SWANSEA. CAEDELYN, MOCNT' PLEASANT, SWANSEA. (Near St. Judo's Church.) Mr. Arthur S. T. iicas Has received instructions to SELL by PI BLIC AUCTION, at the above address, on THURSDAY, JUNE 5th, a quantity of Household Furniture, AND EFFECTS, Comprising Pianoforte in Ebanised Case, all latest improvements, .5 ft. li in and 3 ft. Bedroom Suite, Table, Drawing Room .Suite, Brass Bedstead, Engravings, French Flower Stand, etc., etc. Sale to Commence at 11 in the forenoon precisely. Tornig Cash. No Reserve. Goodig on view Wednesday, June 4th, from 2 to 6 p.m., and Morning of Sale. yor further particulars apply to Arthur S. T. Lucas, Auctioneer and Valuer, 6, Uutfand-etreet, Swansea, aad at Mumbles. Established 1885. Tel.: Central 23,0. (No. 1672a.) Preliminary Notice. SWANSEA AND DISTRICT. Mr. Trevor Evans, F.A.I. Will offer for SALE by AUCTION shortly, the following Freehold and Leasehold Properties FREEHOLD. 907, 908, 909, 910, Neath-road, .or- riston. 84, Wychtree-jybreet, Morriston. Shop next Three Compasses Inn, Pentre Cottage in Barbers-court (off High- $tpe«t). Building Site next Brynmehm J otel, LlaUgúela.cP!:fo ad. LEASEHOt;D. MiH t 8 Old Shop, at4t.roaq, Morriston. Warehomw Premises neu Section Houb*, Oxford-street. Shop and Premises, 20, Col}ege-»treet. JJouse pext Marquu; Arsis, Ffore$tfaob. Shop aDd Premises, 187, Neiti-raad, Laindore. Details in later announcements. Auction and Estate Offices: Salubrious J j¡Mmp. i..raJiMia Matf 31. 1919. J   ?    aOO? Get 6t and keep 6t! Let the. Kruschen habit Het hold of you—it's easy! Half a teaspoonful in hot water — beforerising-every morning! That's all. Of all Chemists 1/6 per bottle. All British „ j??  <SM? OJ? ??fA' SALES BY AUCTION. 39, JERSEY-TERRACE, ST. THOMAS, SWANSEA. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4th, 1919. Mr. J. Pugh Williams Is instructed by Mr. C. J. JBendisan (who is leaving the town for Norwav), to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION* on the Premises and date its a bov*. the whole of his Well-Preserved and Superior I Household Furniture AND EFFECTS. For full particulars, see posters. Goods on View Morning of Sale. Sale to commence at 11 a.m. prompt. Terms—Cash. Auctioneer's Offices: 12, College-street, Swansea.

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