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AMUSEMENTS. i.3o. TO-NIGHT: 8.30. TboM: Central n. FRED BARNES, The Famous Light Comedy Star. TUCKER, The Singing Violinist. VIOLET ESSEX, The Star off Chu Chin Chow." Latest News Pictures. ELSIE ROBY, The Comedy Girl in Burlesque Stunts. MAGG IE CLIFTON & Partner, In a New and Novel Equilibristic and Hercnlean Gymnastic Act. DUSTY RHODES, Singing Comedian, locally known in Wales as E. J. Rickard. CORNALLA and EDDIE, Toss 'Em and Miss 'Em." ET^TSIUJYF Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Madge Kennedy in her first Romantic Melodrama, THE DANGER GAME The Amazing and Exciting Draraa of a Girl who could be called the World's Most Beautiful Burglar. JERRY'S DOUBLE CROSS (Comedy). Topical Budget. Dramas. Comedies. And Otir Usual High-class Programme. Thursday Next.—PEGGY HYLAND in BONNIE ANNIE LA URIE. CASTLEnmmm CAf¡EILE (Adjoining Leader" Office. 2.». TO-DAY. 10.30. Vivian Martin in THE FAIR BARBA. RIAN, Five Part Paramount Production. SUFFER LITTLE CHILDREN, a Sweet and Pathetic Story in Five Parts, featur- ing the World-Famous Child Actresr,, Little Em Gormatl. GIVE HER GAS (Eddie Lyons Comedv). CHARLIE CHAPLIN in the Famous War Comedy, SHOULDER ARMS. Pathe Gazette and Weekly Pictorial. CARLTON, 2.39. T 0 D A Y. 10.39. Frederick Warde, iTH EHEART OF EZRA GREER/ A Drama in Five Parts. WOMAN IN THE WEB, No. 8. William Russell, THE LONE STAR. Monday Next.-VIOLET HOPSON. PICTURE HOUSE 2.30. TO-DAY. 10.30. Tom Mix in a Fox Masterpiece, MR. LOGAN, U.S.A. SHERIFF NELL'S TUSSLE (Comedy). Corinne Griffiths, LOVE WATCHES, A Greater Vitagraph. SAILINGS. WHITE STAR LINE. My AL AXD UNITED STATES MAIL Paseeneer and Freight Sailings- LIVERPOOL TO NEW YOUK. CELTIC Wed. July 2 LXDRIO Wed. July 9 LIVERPOOL TO BOSTON. 7TEGINA Sat. July 5 SOtrrHAlIPTON AND CHERBOURG TO NEW YORK. Cfia Plymouth tastbound. Sailings to be announced sh, rily. Wtlllb S1 Ah-UUMlNiON LINE. TO CANADA. IiIYERPOOL TO QUEBBO AND MONTREAL. 3 £ EGAN3TC i?at.. JutM Z8 BRISTOL TO QtJtBW AND MONTREAL. Sajlinsre later For further particulars adt)lv to White ftiar Idne Liverpool. Southampton, Bristol: London: 1. Gockspur-street. S.W.I. and 38. iMtdenhall-etreot, E.C.S. J L PUBLIC NOTICES. SWANSEA HOSPITAL. The Board of Management are about to appoint TWO HONORARY A TH.E- TlSTS. Medical gentlemen wishing to apply for the vacantles are requested to make written application to the under- signed, on or before Saturday, July 5th, stating age, qualifications, and experience, and mast furnish not more than three testimonials. Canvassing will disqualify. The following are the main conditions of the Office: A.-The appointment will be for 12 months, after which period Officers will be eligible for re-appointment annually. B.—The gentlemen appointed will be required and must undertake to attend regularly at least two hours on one morning, and two hours on one afternbon each week. C.-They shall not be entitled to auto- matically succeed to other appoint- ments, and shall not have the Pfivi. lege of beds. W. D. HUGHES, Secretary. 24th June, 1919. Morriston HORSE SHOW Will bo held BANK H OIJDAY T HRRSDA-Y. HABNI8S CLASSES. TROTTING. GALLO. WAY FOOT EVENTS. ETC. BIG PRIZES. Furthr particulars will ai>oear shortly. Will Secretaries Pleaee Note Date. Bank Holiday Wednesday, Aug. 6. GRAND SPORTS Will be held on GLAIS RACECOURSE. Nearly 1100 in Prizes. Trotting, Galloway, and Foot Events. Handicap per—Jack Price, Esq., Merthvr., Apply Sid Blackmore, Mason's Arms, Glair, for Entry Forms: FIREWORKS. Large Assortment. CRAWCOUR, 216, Oxford Street SWANSEA. p .),, 1 1 1,1 I AMUSEMENTS. GRAND Theatre I SWANSEA. MONDAY, 23rd JUNE, for Six Nights at 7.30, MATINEE on SATURDAY at 2.30. Chas. B. Cochran's Production, From the Oxford Theatre. In the Night Watch Under the Direction of T. LEWIS WALLER and PHILIP BENNETT. NEXT WEEK- The Inimitable Actor, Mr. ALBERT CHEVALIER, In the Delightful Play, "MY OLD DUTCH." SALES BY AUCTION. COUNTY BOROUGH OF SWANSEA. Important Sale of Valuable Residences and Dwelling-houses for Occupation or Investment. Mr. J. Pugh Williams Will offer for SALE by AUCTION, at the HOTEL CAMERON, SWANSEA, on TUESDAY, JULY loth, 1919, at 3 p.m. (subject to such Conditions of Sale as shall then and there be produced), the following Valuable Leasehold Properties, viz.: Lot 1.—" PANTYCELYN," No. ] ¡ PRIORTON TERRACE, SWANSEA, a Commodious Family Residence, right on the Sea Front, within close proximity to the Cars, Town, and Principal Railway Stations, admirably suitable for a Private and Commercial Hotel. Boarding Estab- lishment or Nursing Home. VACANT POSSESSION on completion of purchase. Lot 2.-?\0. 11, CIIADDESLEY TER- RACE, SWANSEA, a Choice Eight- roomed Residence with Uninterrupted Views of the Town and Bay. VACANT POSSESSION on oosnpletion of purchase. Lots 3 to 6.—Nos. 70, 72, 74 and 76, WATKIN STREET, SWANSEA. Lot 7.—No. IS, VIVIAN ROAD, SKETTY. 'I Lot 8.—No. 125. ABERDYBERTHI STREET, SWANSEA. Mines and Minerals are Reserved. Full Particulars on Posters, or may be obtained from the respective Solicitors, all of Swansea—Mr. E. J. Hinds as to Lot 1, Mr. D. Stanley Owen as to Lot 2, Messrs. Picton Evans and Jones as to Lots 3 to 6, Mr. W. G. Christians as to Lot 7, Mr. A. J. Puntan as to Lot 8, or from the Auctioneer, 12, College-street, Swansea. H GLASYNYS," CASWELL ROAD LANGLAND. THURSDAY, JULY 17th, 1919. Mr. J. Pugh Williams Is instructed by the Owner (who is re- linquishing housekeeping;, and has sold the residence), to SELL by AUCTION, on the Premises Ad date as above, the Ex- ceedingly Choice and Valuable Household Appointments, being the Contents of the Residence, the principal items being: A Handsome Draw- ing Room Suit6 (consisting of double spring-edge 2 Cushioned Settee, 2 large Divan Easy Chairs and 4 Inlaid Mahogany Chairs in silk tapestry); Elegant 6ft. Mahogany Cabinet, Inlaid Mahogany Card Table, Oval Mirror (Inlaid Mahog- any frame), Jacobean and Occasional Tables, costly Persian Carpets and Rugs, very Massive Oak panelled Sideboard with Bevelled Glass Front, Fine Jacobean Ex- tending Dining Table, Jacobean Chairs, well made and prettily designed Wicker and Cane Frfisy and other Chairs, Barome- ter, charming Jepaue?** and other Vases a.nd Ornaments, Carrara, &c., Figures, Choice Paintings and Pictures, Superb Oak Carved and Inlaid Bedroom Suites in various sizes. Massive Oak Bedsteads with Superior Bedding, Eiderdown Quilts, Blankets, etc.. Bedroom Ware, Cases of Solid Silver Tea Knives and Forks, Spoons, &c.. Fine Jacobean Hall Stand, together with an assortment of China, Glass, ,Kitchen Effects, and Culinary Articles. Goods on View D&y Prior to Sale from 1 to 5 p.m. Sale to commence at 11 in the forenoon precisely. Terms—Cash- Note.—The whole of the Effects are nearly new and in excellent condition, having hardly been used. A rare oppor- tunity for persons intending to furnish. Auctioneer's Offices: 12, College Street, Swansea. Short Notice. SHAFTESBURY HALL, ST. HELEN'S ROAD, SWANSEA. THURSDAY, JULY 3rd, 1919. Mr. Joseph Harris. Has been favoured with instructions to remove from two gentlemen's residences, and to OFFER for SALE at the above Hall and Date, a Large Quantity of very Superior Household Furniture and other Effects, the chief items of which oomprise :-Solid Mahogany Antique Book- case, Inlaid Sheraton Bedroom Suite, Beautifully-carved Walnut ditto, Onk Bedstead, Brass a-nd Black ditto, Wire Mattresses, Wool Overlays, Three Feather Beds, Mahogany Step Night Commode, Handsome Chesterfield Dining-room Suite, Beautiful Drawing-room Suite, Mahogany- framed Divan Suite in green leather, Mahany Sideboard, Carved Walnut ditto with bevelled mirror back, Two Mahogany old-fashioned Ea?y Chairs (Lady's and Gent's), Wicker Easy and other Chairs, Mahogany Hall Stand, Two Rolls of Linoleum, Inlaid Walnut Loo Table, Child's high-back convertible Chair, Brass Fenders, Fire Brasses, Hearthrugs, Kitchen Tables and Chairs, the usual Culinary Utensils, togetner with a rich tone PIANOFORTE, Solid Mahogany Cht-upon-Chest. real I Wedgewood Ware, old Swansea Teapot, Kitchen Dresser (as new), neaTly new Mangle, and other articles tcko numerous to particularly. Goods on View Morning of Sale. Sale to commence prompt. at 11 o'clook a.m. Terma-Cash. Auctioneer's Offices: 1, George Street, Swansea. Tel. No. 469 Docks. Ammanford Recreation Grounds. Horse, Foot & Whippet Races SATURDAY, JULY 5th. Events— Full One Mile Gallop, 40 Guineas. Full One Mile Trot, J18. 130 Yards Flat Handicap, £15. 150 Yards Whippet Race, S6. Entries Close Saturday, June 28th, Secretary?—D. E. THOMAS, Ammanford. I SALES BY AUCTION. CHELTENHAM HOUSE, EATON GROVE. SWANSEA. MESSRS. David Roberts and Son TYriLL SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION at tbe above aldrem on TUESDAY, Let JULY, 1919, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, the whole of tbe excellent Furnishings, Comprising DRAWING ROOM and DINiSTG ROOM SUITES, SIDEBOA&D. TABLES, Carpets, Oilcloth, Rugs, Cocoa Mats, PIA-NO- FORTE, 3 BedTooim Suites, CHESTS OF DRAWERS. WARDROBE, Pictures, Oraa- ments, China, and Glaes. Kitchen requisites, La,wn Mower, Vacuum Clewmw, etc., etc. Goods on view morning of Sale. Clearance Wedn-esday, 2nd July. Auction Offices, 61, Wind-etreet, Swansea, Telephone, 676 Centrai. SALE OF FREEHOLD RESIDENCES V. ITH VACANT POSSESSION. MESSRS. David Roberts and Son Will offer for SALE by AUCTION at the HOTEL METROPOlE, SWANSEA on WEDNESDAY, JULY 16th, 1919. at 3 o clock p.m. precisely, the commodious Freehold Residences, being: Lot 1.-75, :MA :EL TERRACE, SWANSE-1, containing 3 Reception Rooms, 6 Bedrooms, Bathroom, 2 Kit- chens, Wash-house and other domestic offices.. Lot 2.-76, MANSEL TERRACE, SWANSEA, containing 8 Reception Rooms, 5 Bedrooms, Bathroom, 2 Kit- chens, W ash-house and other domestic offices. The Properties are within easy reac h of all the principal railway stations and the business and shopping centres of the town, and will be sold with vacant pos- session on completion. Also the well-secured FREEHOLD GROUND RENTS AND REVERSION. Lot 3.—A FREEHOLD GROUND RENT of So per annum secured upon a detached cottage, garden and field at Cwmyrhwch, Dunvant, containing about 1 acre, together with the reversion to the Rack Rents. Lot 4.-A FREEHOLD GROUND RENT of ?5 per annum secured upon four cottages, gardens, and field 6ituate as above and containing about 1 acre, to- gether with the reversion to the Rack Rents. Further Particulars and Condition* of Sale may be obtained of Messrs. Collins and Woods, Solicitors, 1. Worcester- place, or of the Auctioneers, 61, Wind- street, Swansea.. Tel. 676 Central. SWANSEA. David Roberts and Son Will OFFER for SALE by AUCTION, at the HOTEL METROPOLE, SWAN- SEA, on WEDNESDAY*, JULY 16th, I 1919, at 3.30 p.m., the Freehold and Leasehold Dwelling-houses, being FREEHOLD. Lot 1.—31, BRYNblFI-TERRACE, let at 4s. 3d. per week. Lot 2.-32, BEYXSIFI-TERRACE, let at is. 3d. por week. Lot S.-bS, B R Y NSHT-TEBRACE, let at &s. 3d. per week. Lot 4.-34. BK iNSIFI-TF/BitACE, let at 46. 9d. per week. Lot 5.—W Blt YNSIFI-TERRACE, let at 5fe. 3d. per week. LEASEHOLD. Lot 6.-33, JAMES-STREET, let at 7s. per week. Lot 7.-34, JAMES-STREET, let at 7s. per week. Lot 8,-35, JAMES-STREET, let at 76. per week. Lot 9.-36, JAMES-STREET, let at 7s. per woek. Lots 6-9 are held on loaee for 82 years irom 27th September, 1859, at the annual ground rent of C7, which will be appor. tioned between the lots. Lot 10.—5, BRIDGE-STREET (off Neath-road), let at 5s. 6d. per week. Lot ll.-e, BRIDGE-STREET, let at 6s. per week. Lots 10 and 11 are held on lea-Sa for 98 years from 25th March, 1843, at an annual ground rent of E3, which will be appor- tioned. Further Particulars and Conditions of Sale may be obtained of Messrs. Viner Leeder and Morris, Solicitors, 281, Oxford-street; or of the Auctioneers, 61, Wind-street, Swansea. Tel. 676 Central. CARMARTHENSHIRE. HOThEB, FIVE ROADS, NEllt LLANELLY. MESSRS. David Roberts and Son Will offer for SALE by AUCTION, at the STEPNEY HOTEL, LLANELLI", on THURSDAY, JULY lith. 1919, at 3.30 o'clock in the afternoon, the Freehold Farm, Farmhome and Outbuildings,' known as MIN-HUBTACH, together with the FREEHOLD QUARRY, a BRICKFIELD, and BRICKW ORKS (subject to a lease), and the VALUABLE ANTHRACITE MINERALS underlying, the whole containing an area of about 117 ACRES. The BRICKWORKS are connected with the Main lino of the Llaneliy ana Mynydd Mawr Railway by means of a Siding over which the owners of the Farm and the Quarry have powers to selid traffic. Further particulars, with plan, a.nd conditions of sale may be. obtained of Messrs. Stockwood and Williams, Station Road, Bridgend; or of the Auctioneers at their Offices, 61, Wind Street, Swansea, Tel. 676 Central. THE HOLLIES, HORTON, PORT EYNON. Edward Roberts and Son Will OFFER for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Residence, on THURS- DAY, JULY 10th, 1919, at 3.30 in the aiter- noon, a small quantity of surplus Furniture. Comprising:—Couch in American Leather, Occasional Tables, Brass Rail Bedsteads, Flock Overlays, Box Sprihg Mattress, Feather Bed, Feather Bolsters and Pil- lows, Palliasses, a number <f Deal Wash- stands and Dressing Mahogany Dressing Glasses, Push Cb.a.i;" Lamps, and numerous other items. On View Morfung of Sale. Auctioneers' Offices: Llan air Buildings, St. Mary Street. Swansea. mmrngmrnmww—fmmmmyamwm—mmwma——i— G ODRB'P.GRAIG, RA C E S SWANSEA VALLEY. SATURDAY, JULY 26. £ 100 IN PRIZES. TROTTING* GALLOWAY AND FOOT EVENTS. HandioanDer—JACK PRICE. Eea.. Merthyr. Secreta.ry: J. FLETCHER I)AYM [ Godre'rgraig. _a.

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