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AMUSEMENTS. 1 1.39. TO.N I G HT!: 8.30. Thone: Central 92. GERTIE GITANA «• abe Idol cf the People. Latest News Pictures. THE LISBONS, In their Clever Roller Skating Act. CLAUDE GARDNER, Comedian. From the Comedy Theatre, London, SYD MOORHOUSE, Burlesque 1] umorist. THE MONGADORS. Tie Famous French Comedy Jugglers. .> SISTERS REEVE, Sweet Singers of Sweet Songs. BEN BEYER, the Vagabond, In a Cycle of Mirth. I L Y -S I Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Olive Thomas in AN EVEN B R E A K, » "-A Terrific Triangle Drama in Five Parts. THE VILLAGE VAMPIRE (Triangle  Keystone). Ellen Terry in HER GREATEST PER- FORMANCE (Thrilling Drama, 5 Parts) Topical Budget. And Usual High Class Programme. CASTLE ????tr S ? L  CINEMA. -v -• (Adjoining "Leader" Office. TO-DAY- Dorothy Dalton in THE ROAD TO HONOUR, The Story of a Modern Cleopatra. CHAINED LIVES, featuring Florence La Badie. Mr. & 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. I ■ Nell Shipman in The Girl From Beyond, A Powerful Vithg-raph Drama. BEACH NUTS (Comedy). Rupert Julian in FAITHFUL JOHN. THE FAMOUS JAZZ TRIO, To-night at 8 o'clock. CARLTON. 1.30. TO-DAY. 10.30. Monroe Salisbury in THE EAGLE, A Phillips Special. Robert Warwick and Elaine Hammestein in THE 4RGYLE CASE, The Greatest Dotective Mystery Filmed. PUBLIC NOTICES. BOROUGH OF NEATH. Presentation of TANK, Saturday, 7th June, 1919. In recognition of the achievement cf the inhabitants of this Borough in sub- scribing one of the largest amounts raised by any Town of similar size in the Country, a Tank placed at the disposal of the National War Savings Committee by the Army Couneil has been allotted to Neath and District. The Tank will be formally presented to the Town by Admiral Sir Hugh Evan-Thomas, K.C.B., K.C.M.G. PROGRAMME. S p.m.-A Procession, beaded by the Band of the 5th (V.B.) The Welsh Regiment, kindly lent by Major W. B Trick, M B.E., will form up at the Great Western Rail- way Station Yard at Neath in the follow- ing order: Band of the 5th (V.B.) the Welsh Rest. Members of the Discharged and De- mobilised Soldiers' and Sailors' Asso- ciation. The Borough Police. The Mayor and Corporation A Borongh Justices. The General Public. 1.15 p.m.—The Procession will proceed via J Green-street. Orchard-street A St. David's- etreet to the Victoria (Jardena, where the Ta r. ti-will be placed in position. < p.m.—Presentation Ceremony. 133 p.m.-Sale of War Bonde and War Sav- ings Certificates. JOHN REES, Mayor. H. P. CHARLES, Chairman of War Savings Committee. TAS. GERMAN AND CO., ° STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS, 68 A 69, EXCHANGE-BUILDINGS. CARDIFF. Telegrams. "JASUER." Telephones, 1725 and 1066 JlIONROE gHIPPING CO. (LTD). CAPITAL. £ 75.000 IN £1 SHARES. It is anticipated that the Subscription List for this ne-.v issue will be Closed during the next few day. Applications already received have practi- cally absorbed ,;he Dronort. of the issue offered to the ciiblin aDd allotments will tako place practically simultaneously with the cornmerioemerit of the service of the Company's first steamer The FRANCIA is a steamer of 1.650 tons dead weight. -be has already been chartered for a round voyage, which shows considerable profit WE RECOJfMENT) THE TRPUE AS A-SOUND INVESTMENT There is a email oarcel of Shares still available, and we advise immediate appli- cation I Re William Henry Edwards (Deceased). All Persons having any CLAIMS against the ESTATE of the above-named Deceased, late of the Duffryn Steel and Tinplate Works Morrisfon and of HiF House Sketty near Swansea, Steel and Tinplate Manufacturer are hereby re- quired to send full particulars thereof on or before the 17th day of June 1919 to COLLINS & WOODS, 1, Worcester-place, Swansea, Solicitors for the Executor. EBENEZER, SWANSEA. A MEETING Will be held at the above Chapel on Thursday, June 5th, 1919, To give a TESTI MONIAL to the Rev. W. JAMES on his Retirement from the Pastorate of the Chtirch. Chair will be taken by W. James, Esq. (<3oedwig), at 7 p.m. Priends and Admirers Cordially Invited. LEADER CLASSIFIED ADVERTS. See Page 3 To-day. GRAND Theatre SWANSEA. MONDAY, JUNE 2nd, for Six Nights at 7.30, I MATINEE on SATURDAY at 2.30. MACDONALD and YOUNG Present 7 l tt -A 9 Y SOLDIER BOY A NEW MUSICAL COMEDY. NEXT WEEK- THE GREAT LONDON COMEDIAN, JOE ELVIN and Company in SAILOR LAD. r, 'II 0 Y A Li I THEATRE. | Thurs., -E"ri.- & Sat. ANN MURDOCK IN MY WIFEI Five-Real Drama. | I DOROTHY DALTON I IN | I TYRANT FEARj Five-Reel Drama. | Episode 13- | Who Is | Number One?! Two-Reel Drama. i j Conductor 786 Comedy. I Gazette. Topical News, j LM SALES BY AUCTION. !———————————————————— BO WEN'S SIDING STABLES, HAFOD, SWANSEA. IMPORTANT DISPERSAL SALE OF GRAND DRAY, LORRY, AND VAN HORSES, &c., CARTS, -LORRIES, HAR- NESS, &c., in consequence of the ter- mination of a Contract with Messrs. VIVIAN & SONS. LTD. MESSRS. James and James, F.A.I. Will SELL by AUCTION, under instruc- tions from Mr. Fred M. Smith, at the above Stabios, on THURSDAY, JUNE 5th. 1919 21 Working Horses, viz.: Two 4-Year-Old, 6 5-Year-Old, 4 G-Year-Old, 4 7-Year-Old, 3 8-Year-Old, I 9-Year-Old. and 1 Aged, including a Registered Hackney Harness Mare of rare quality. IMPLEMENTS, &c. Gas Engine, 2 Chaffcuttera, IS Tip Carts 9 Lorries, Mortar Drum, Van, Gig, Gover- ness Car, 21 Sets of Shaft and Chain Har- ness, 2 Sets each of Gig and Van do., 25 T/eather Neck Straps and Night Halters, etc. Goods on View Morning of Sale. Sale promptly at 2 p.m. Terms—Cash. N.B.—The Stables, Yard, and Dwelling House, 13, Bowen Street, are to Let. Auctioneers' Offices: 7, Goat Street Swansea. I SWANSEA AND DISTRICT. Important Sale of very desirable Resi- dential Properties, two with Vacant Possession on completion. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18th, 1919. Mr. Trevor Evans, F.A.I. (Messrs .Bowen, Evans and Mills) Will SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the HOTEL GAME RON, SWANSEA, on the above date, the following Leasehold Properties, Viz.:— Lot I.-No. 43, BONYMAEN-ROAD, Jonymaen, S?mi-detached Residence, 7 rooms and scullery. Lot 2.—Nos. 214 and 215, NEATH- ilOAD, Landore, let at 9s. Gd. and 8s. per week respectively. Lot 3.—No. 1343. NEATH-ROAD, Elafod (near Bowen Siding), on corner, I with side entrance. Lot 4.-Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4, LAMB- STREET, Waunwen, each let at 5s. Gd. per week. Lot 5.—No. 102, MANSELTON- 110AD, Manselton, containing 6 rooms, scullery and fitted bathroom in splendid condition and will be Bold with VACANT POSSESSION. Lot 6.—No. 9, NGROVE-PLACE (lately in the occupation of the Educa- tion Authority), renovated throughout interior, and will be sold with VACANT POSSESSION. Full particulars of Leases, Ground j Rents, etc., see Posters. I Sato to commence at 3.30 p.m. Further particulars and conditions ot sale may be obtained of the Auctioneer, at his Offices, Salubrious Chambers, Swansea (Tel. Docl, 420), or of the le- pective solicitors as follows: Lots 1 tiiid 2, G. L. Thomas, Esq. Central Build- ings, Fisher-street; Lot 3, Messrs. Viiier Leeder and Morris, Oxford-street; Lot 4, Edward Harris, Esq., 3, x »sher- i-?sq. 3 'fb omas, street; Lots 5 and 6, D. 0. Thomas, Esq., 21, York-street, all of Swansea. FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY, WITH POSSESSION ON COMPLETION 18, CHAPEL STREET, MUMBLES. This Freehold Presses 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. « GALES BY AyCTJOSS. CAEDELYN, MOT."XT PLEASANT, SWANSEA. (Near St. Church.) Mr. Arthur S. T. P "Ca5 Has received instructions to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at tlla above address, on THURSDAY, JUNE 5th, a quantity of Household Furniture, A -N if) EFFECTS, I Comprising Pianoforte in Ebonised CcVce, all latest improvements, 5 ft. 6 in and u ft. Bedroom Suite, Table, Drawing Room Suite, Brass Bedstead, Engravings, French Flower Stand, etc., etc. Sale to Commence at 11 in the forenoon precisely. Terms Cash. No Reserve. Goods on view Wednesday, June 4th, from 2 to (i p.m., and Morning of Sale. For further particulars apply to Arthur S. T. Lucas, A nctionocr and Valuer, 6, Rutland-street, Swansea, and at Mumbles. Established 1885. Tel.: Central 230. (No. 1672a.) Preliminary Notice. SWANSEA AND DISTRICT. Mr. Trevsr EYéusJ F.AJ. Will offer for SALE by AUCTION shortly, the following Freehold and Leasehold Properties FREEHOLD. 907, 908, 909, 910, Neath-road, .iu.or- riston. 84, Wychtree-street, Morriston. Shop next Three Compasses Inn, Pentre Cottage in Barbers-court (off High- street). Building Site next Brynmelyn J otel, LIangvfeiach-ioad. LEASEHOLD. Mill Cottage and Old Shop, Bath-road, Morriston. Warehouse Premises near Section House, Oxford-street. Shop and Premises, 20, College-street. Dwelling House next Marquis Arms, Fforestfach. Shop and Premises, 187, Neath-road, Landore. Dot a! Is in later announcements. Auction and Estate Offices: Salubrious Chamhers Slvansea, May 31, 1919. WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, JUNE lth and 10th, 1910. SALES at 11 a.m. and 2.30 p.m. EACH DAY. AUCTION MART, 3, 4 and 5, GOAT STREET. SWANSEA. John F. Harvey asid Sons Will SELL by AUCTION, a« above, an Important Stock of High Class Carpets and Rugs, Comprising: British-made Turkey and Wool-backed tui ed Carpets, Moquette Super Wilton, Wilton Pile, Fine Heavy Axminster, Squares (fteamless and seamed), Brussels, Velvet and Art Carpets, a large assemblage of Hearth, Landing, and Bed- room Hums, Axminster, Walton, Brussels, and Velvet Pile, Stair Carpetings, also a fine range of real INDIAN CARPETS and RUGS. On View Monday and Tuesday, June 13th and 17th, 1!J19. Sale Days June 18th and 19th. Auctioneers' Offices: 3, 4 and 5, Goat Street, Swansea. 55, NORTH HILL ROAD, MOUNT PLEASANT. Mr. Henry F. Hood, P.A.I. Will SELL by AUCTION, on the above Premises, on WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11th, 1919, the Household Furniture AND EFFECTS, Under instructions from the Owner, who is going away. The goods include: Oak Dining Table, Mahogany Loo Table, Sideboard, Over- mantel, Chairs ,Gas Radiator, Massive Dresser (4 drawers and 2 cupboards), Kitchen Tables, Chairs, China, Cutlery, Culinary Utensils, Linoleum, Mats, Pic- tures, etc. Also Brass and Iron Bed- steads, Bedroom Suite in Walnut, Wash- stand and Dressing Table, Bedroom W re, Stair Carpet, etc. Sale to commence at 11 o'clock. Terms-Cash. Delivery same day. The Premises are for Sale with Posses- sion,. Auctioneer's Offices: Arcade Chambers, Goat-street, Swansea. NOTICE OF AUDIT. YSTRADGYNLAIS RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the AUDIT of the ACCOUNTS for the Half-I years ended on the '?lst day of March, 1918, and the?Oth day of September, 1918, t of the Council of the above-mentioned Rural District, will commence at the RU?AL DISTRICT COUNCIL OFFICES YSTRADGYNLAIS, on THURSDAY, the 19th day of JUNE, 1919, at 12.15 p.m. Dated this 3rd dav of June, 1919. J, E. PUGHE JONES, District Auditor. 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