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AMUSEMENTS. J. 30. TO-NIGHT! 8.30. 'Phone: Central 92. GERTIEOTANA Tke Idol of the People. = Latest News Pictures. THE LISBONS, 18 their Clever Roller Skating Act. CLAUDE GARDNER, j Comedian. From the Oomedv Theat-re, London, I SYD MOORHOUSE, Burlesque Humorist. THE MONGADORS. "The Famous French Comedy Jugglers. SISTERS REEVE, Oweet Singers of Sweet Songs. BEN BEYER, the Vagabond, In a Cycle of Mirth. I-, ys I uNt, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Olive Thomas in AN EVEN BREAK, A Terrific Triangle Drama in Five Parts. THE VILLAGE VAMPIRE (Triangle Keystone). (tlen Terry in HER GREATEST PER- FORMANCE (Thrilling Drama, 5 PbrtS) Topical Budget. And Usual High Class Programme. ROYAL Theatre. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Ann Murdoch in MY WIFE, Five Reel Drama. peroby Datton in TYRANT FEAR, Five Reel Drama. Epdel WHO 18 NUMBER ONE? (1 Drama) CONDUCTOR 786 (Comedy). CAZETTE. TOPICAL NEWS. CAST LE CINEMA. (Adjoining Leader Office. TO-DAY- VIOLATING THE LAW, A Drama of a Girl's Heroism, featuring Enid Bennett. DAMAGED GOODS (Eddie Lyons Com- ody).-A MODERN MONTE CRISTO (Five Part Drama).—LAWS AND OUT. LA WS.-Special Pictures of the Derby.- Paths Gazette and Weekly Pictorial. PICTURE HOUSE 2.30. TO-DAY. 10.30. I Enid Bennett in A DESERT WOOING, A Paramount Production. THE DISMISSAL OF SILVER PHIL, O'Henry Story. Carmel Myers in THE WINE GIRL, A Drama in Five Parts. CARLTON. 2.30. TO-DAY. 10.30. Earle Williams and Grace Darmond in THE SEAL OF SILENCE, A Greater Vitagraph. WOMAN IN THE WEB (Episode I). SOME BABY (Comedy). Margarita Fischer in ANN'S FINISH, A Mutual Drama. SALES BY AUCTION. "WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, JUNE 18th and 19th, 1919. •SALES at 11 a.m. and 2.30 pjn. BACH DAY. II ACTION MART, 3, 4 and 5, GOAT STREET. SWANSEA. John F. Harvey and Sons 1Vill SELL by AUCTION, as above, an tinaportant Stock at High Class Carpets and Rugs, « Comprising British-made Turkey and Wool-backed tufted Carpets, Moqnette 4uper Wilton, Wilton Pile, Fine Heavy tAxminster, Squares (seamless and seamed), Brussels, Velvet and Art Carpets, a .large assemblage of Hearth, Landing, and Bed- xoom Rugs, Axminster, Wilton, Brussels, and Velvet Pile, Stair Carpetings, also a fine range of real INDIAN CARPETS and XUGS. On View Monday and Tuesday June 16th and 17th, 1919. Sale Days June 18th and 19th. Auctioneers' Offic": 3, 4 and a. Goat Street. Swansea. GOWER AUCTION MART, Reynoldston. TUESDAY NEXT, JUNE 10th, 1919. FA'f CATTLE and SHEEP will be Sold aad Allocated in accordance with the Live Stock Regulations. STORE STOCK by Auction ae usual. All Fat Stock to be at the Mart by 10 a.m. Sale to commence promptly at 11 a.m. Messrs. JAMES & JAMES, F.A.I., „ Auctioneers. f, Goat-atreet, Swansea. Telephone I 172 Dooke. FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY, WITH POSSESSION ON COMPLETION tt. CHAPEL STREET, MUMBLES. This Freehold Premises 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, IXANFAIR BUILDINGS, ST. MARY. STREET, SWANSEA. 1 THE BEST DAY'S SPORT IN SOUTH ¡ WALES on WH IT-MON DAY Will be at Clyne VaUey Races SWANSEA. FIRST RACE, 3 o'clock. Admission—Lt.die3, Is. 3d. • Gent, 's, 2s. fd. (inclusive of Government Tax). Ample AcoomInodation for Vehicles on the itMt Grounds. 4 AMUSEMENTS. GRAND Theatre SWANSEA. MONDAY, JUNE 2nd, for Six Nights. at 7,30, MATINEE on SATURDAY at 2.30. MACDONALD and YOUNQ Present SOLDIER BOY A NEW MUSICAL COMEDY. NEXT WEEK- THE GREAT LONDON COMEDIAN, JOE ELVIN and Company in SAILOR LAD. PUBLIC NOTICES. Swansea Education Committee. TO BUILDERS. The Swansea Education Committee in- vite TENDERS for the ERECTION of the BAPTIST WELL COUNCIL SCHOOL, SWANSEA, on the following basis, viz.: A Schedule of the present cost of all the principal materials and Rates of jvages v.-ill be embodied in the Bills of Quanti- ties, and Tenderers will be required to base their Tenders on such Schedule. At the completion of the works the actual cost of these various materials and labour shall be ascertained, and any additions or reductions added to or deducted from the amount of the Tender without inter- fering with the Contractor's profit in- cluded in his Tender. In the event of any reductions being made by the re-calcula- tion on the above lines the contractor shall participate therein to the extent of 5 per cent. Applications for Bills of Quantities to be made on or before the 11th June, 1919, to the undersigned, accompanied by a deposit of S10 10s. Od., which will be re- turned on receipt of a bona-fide Tender. The Plans and Specification may be in- spected at the Education Offices, Dynevor- place, Swansea, on and after the 17th June, 1919. I All Tenders must reach the undersigned on or before 12 o'clock noon the 30th June, 1919, in a sealed envelope, marked outside "Tender for Baptist Well School," and must be accompanied by the names ahd addresses of the sureties for the com- pletion of the works in case of the accept- ance of a Tender. Tenders must be accompanied by a copy of the priced Bills of Quantities which will be returnod unopened to the unsuc- cessful tenderers. The Committee will only consider Tenders on the printed form of Tender. The Committee do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or-any Tender. T. J. P, E Director of Education. Education Offices, Dynevor-place, Swansea, 3rd June, 1919. Swansea Education Committee. SCHOOL OF ART AND CRAFTS, ALEXANDRA ROAD. The Annual Examinations for the fol- lowing Scholarships and Free-Student- ships for the Session 1919-20 will com- mence on Wednesday, 18th June. (a) FOUR SCHOLARSHIPS—Free Tui- tion and £ 15 each. (b) A Number oi- L Full-time Free Studentships (Day and Evening). 2. Part-time Free Studentships (Even- ing). 8. Elementary Free Studentships (Even- ing) for Boys and Girls (over 14 yeafs of, age in August next) who are about/to leave or have recently left Elementary or Secondary Schools. Full particulars of the examinations are to be obtained from the Principal, at the School of Art and Crafts. Applications to sit at the Examinations must be made to the Principal on or be- fore Saturday, 14th June. T. J. REES, Director of Education. Education Offices, Swansea, 5th June, 1919. NOTICE OF AUDIT. SWANSEA BOROUGH FOOD CONTROL COMMITTEE. NOTICE IS HE tiE BY GIVEN that the Statements of Accounts for the year ended 31st day of March, 1918, of this Food Control Committee, together with the Books of Account, will on the 6th day of June, 1919, be deposited at the Food Control Office, Public Library, Alex- andra-road, Swansea, and such State- ments and Books of Account will be open to be inspected, examined and copied by any ratepayer in the district of the said Committee at auy reasonable hour in the day time until the 20th day of June, 1919, and that on the last-mentioned day at the hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon the Accounts of the said Food Control Com- mittee will be Audited by J. E. Pughe Jones, Esq., the Auditor, at the Public Library, Alexandra-road, Swansea, when and where every such ratepayer who may have any objection to any matter con- tained in the above-mentioned accounts may attend and prefer his objection, and the same will be heard and determined by the Auditor. Dated this 5th dav of June, 1919. J. VICTOR EVANS, Executive Officer. Food Control Office, Public Library, Swansea. BOROUGH OF NEATH. Presentation of TANK, Saturday, 7th June, 1919. In recognition of the achievement of 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 Council has been allotted to Neath and District. The Tank will be formally presented to the Town by Admiral Sir Húgh Evan-Thomas, K.C.B., K.C.M.G. PROGRAMME. t p.m.—A Procession, headed by the Band of the 5th (V.B > The Welsh Regiment, kindly lent by Major W, B Trick, M.B.E., or W B Ti-ick, M. B E will form up at the Great Western Kail- way Station Yard at Noath in the follow- ing Order: Band of the 5th (V.B.) the Welsh Regt. Members of the Discharged and De- mobilised Soldiers' and Bailors' Aseo- elation The Borough Police The Mayor and Corporation A Borough Justices*. The General Public. 2.15 p.m.—The Procession will proceed via Green-street. Orchard-street & St. David's- etreet to the Victoria Gardens, where the Tank will be placed in position. S p.m,-Prefientation Ceremony. 3.70 p.m.—Sale of War Bonde and War Sa-T- ings Certificates. JOHN REES. Mayor. H. P. CHARLES, Chairman of War Savings Committee. "LEADER" CLASSIFIED ADVERTS. See Page 3 To-day PUBLIC NOTICES. MISSIONS TO SEAMEN. St. Nicholas Seaman's Church, Gloucester Place. Whit-Sunday Services. 8.0 a.m.—Holy Communion. 11.0 a.m.—Morning- Prayer and Sermon. 6.30 p.m.-Evening Prayer and Sermon. Anthem; Soloist, Mrs. J. A. Bishop Preacher; Rev. «!. A. BISHOP, R.N. All Seamen Heartily Welcome. T A S GERMAN A ND CO., STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS, 68 A 69. FXCHAN GE. BUILD IN GS. CARDIFF. Telegrams. II JASHFR." Telephones, 1726 and 1066 JJONBOB gHIPPINtf CO. (LTD), CAPITAL, 975,000 IN &I SHARES.. It is anticipated that the Subscription Met for this new issue will be loosed during the iiext few days. Applications already received have practi- cally absorbed ..he proport., I" of the issue offered to the Dublin and allotments wiU takp place practically simultaneously with the commencement of the service of the Company's first steamer. The FRANCIA" is a steamer of 1.650 tttus dead weight. She has already been chartered for a round voyage, which shows considerable profit WE RECOMMEND THE ISSUE AS A SOUND INVESTMENT There is a email parcel of Shares still available, and we advioe immediate appli- oation ST. HELEN'S GROUND. Grand Cricket Match. SATURDAY, JUNE 7th. LLANELLY v. SWANSEA 2.15 p.m. ADMISSION EIGHTPENGE (including Tax). SWANSEA HARBOUR TRUST. WHITSUN HOLIDAYS, 1919. WHIT-MONDAY, JUNE 9th. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the HARBOUR OFFICES will be CLOSED on the above day. P. W. PHILLIPS, General Manager. Harbour Offices, Swansea, June 2nd, 1919. 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 Morriston and of Hit House Sketty near Swansea, Steel and Tinplate Manufacturer are hereby re- quired to aend full particulbrs thereof on or before the 17th day of June 1919 to COLLINS & WOODS, 1, Worcester-place, Swansea, Solicitors for the Executor. Entries Close To-morrow (Saturday) for the PONTARDAWE Trotting and Foot Races, Timbering and Splicing Competitions, Carnival, etc. Will Hopkin, Herbert Chambers, Pon- tardawe. Memorial Baptist Church. Sunday School Anniversary WHIT-SUNDAY, JUNE 8th. Preacher: Rev. JOHN THOMAS, M.A. (Sutton and Liverpool). OFFERS are invited for the Purchase w of 35 TONS LARGE COAL, lying at CENTRAL DRILL HALL, SWANSEA. The coal may be inspected on applica- tion to O.C. Troops, Swansea. Sealed Tenders, marked Tender for Purchase of Coal," should be posted to j Officer Commanding Royal Army Service Corps, 12, Dumfries-place, Cardiff, to arrive not ater than 10 a.m. Wednesday, i 11th June, 1919. 1




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