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SALES BY AUCTION. A STLEY SAMUEL, F.A.I. j *7, FINSBURY TERRACE, SWANSEA. Astley Samuel, F.A.I. Has been instructed to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, on MONDAY, NOVEMBER 3rd, 1919, Valuable and Well-Preserved Household | Antique & Modern Furniture, Good Upright Pianoforte, Massive Wai- nut Sidabcard, Telescope Dining Table, Carpets, Rugs, Mats, Base Rocker, Electro ..Plate, Ornaments, Oii Paintings, Pictures, Engravings, Fire Suites, Brass Fenders, Walnut Overmantels, Venetian Blinds, J Poles, Curtains, Cornice, Bronzes, Clocks, Gas Fire, Mahogany Oval Dining Table, Mahogany Cheffoniere with Marble Top, Coco Mate, Mahogany Hall Stand, Bamboo Whatnot, Mahogany Dining Table, Oval Inlaid Table. ANTIQUE PIANO by Thomas Sawere, London; ANTIQUE OAK FLAP TABLE, Whatnot, Fumed Mahog- any Cabinet, Mahogany Bedroom Suite. Mahogany Ilall Table, Maho- gany Mirror, Chast of Drawers, Screen, Commode Chair, All Brass Bed- steads, Spring Mattress, Feather Bedfij Overlays, Bolsters, Pillows, Bamboo Music Seat, Bamboo Settee, Bamboo Bookshelf, Marble Top Washstand, Single Bed, Kitchen Dresser, the usual Cooking and Culinary Utensils, and various other articles. 2-S EATER HTJMBBR MOTOR CAB (1911) will be first lot offered. Goods on View Morning of Sale from 9 a.m. Sale to commence at 11 o-okek. Terms—Cash. Auctioneer's Offices: King's Chambers, Swansea. ¡ SWANSEA, SKETTY, and TREBOETH. •i Astley Samuel, F.A.I. Will SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the HOTEL CAMERON, on WEDNES- f J DAT, NOVEMBER 12th, 1919, Valuabit Freehold and Leasehold Properties: FREEHOLD- Nos. 1, 2, 3,4, JAMES PLACE, VIVIAN- ROAD, SKETTY. BRAMBER COTTAGE, VIVIAN-ROAD, SKETTY. Nos. 6, 7, 8, 9, LLEWELYN-PLACE, VIVIAN-ROAD, SKETTY. LEASEHOLD— Nos. 113 and 114, RODNEY-STREET, SWANSEA. No. 53. BAPTIST WELL-STREET, SWANSEA. Nos. 11 and 12, CAEPARC, TREBOETH. No. 117, HAMILTON TERRACE, KING EDWARD ROAD, SWANSEA. Sold with VACANT POSSESSION. Mines and Minerals are Reserved. Sale to commence at 3 p.m. Farther particulars from the Auction- eer, Kines Chambers, Corner of Gowtar I *nd Orchard-street, Swansea. MINERAL WATER FACTORY, WAS- SAIL SQUARE. SWANSEA. Astley Samuel, F.A.I. Will SELL bv PUBLIC AUCTION, 00 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31st, 1919, Plant and Machinery. Some of the Items:—Double Soda Water Machine by Play ward Tyler, NiagrA Patent Bottle Washer, Nine Head Rotary Filler by Barnet and Foster, Turn-Over Filling Machines, Horizontal Soda Water Machine, Foote's Improved by Chap- man and Foote, Vertical Soda Water Machine by Barnet and Foster, Enamel Syrup Pans, Low Pressure Screw Stopper Filling Machine, 3 Four Cwt. Platform Scales, Soda Water Fountain by Fugel. TWO HORSES, 2 Light Wagons. 2 Carts, Power Chaffoutter. Sale to commence at 11.30 a.m. Terms- Cash. Auctioneer's Offices: Corner of Gower and Orchard Streets, Swansea. Re W. H. MILL (Deceased). SWANSEA. C-eutmlly Sitizated Property with Large Prospective Value. Astley Samuel F ,A.I. Has received instructions to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, on TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4th, 1919, at the -HOTEL CAMERON, the following Properties, viz. All those Freehold Houses, Noa. 4. 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, and 15, MARINER STREET, Swansea. All those Freehold Ground Rents with i-eversi on to the rack rent, Nos. 5, 6, 7, 13, 16, and 17, MARINER STREET, Swansea. The Mines and Minerals are reserved. Sale to commence at 3 p.m. Ftirther printed particulars and Condi- tions of Sale from Messrs. Gee and Edwards, Solicitors, Llanfair Buildings; or Auctioneer, King's Chambers, Corner of Cower and Orchard Streets, Swansea FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY. All those Exceptionally Valuable FREE- HOLD PREMISES known as the Hotel Monico, HIGH STREET, SWANSEA, with the Valuable Business Connection, as a Going Concern. An that Attractive and Well-appointed RESIDENCE known as No. 3, Beechwood Road, Swansea, with VACANT POSSESSION on comple- tion. No inquiries will be answered at the house, and the property can only be viewed by an order from the Auctoneer. SOLE AGENT for the above, Astley Samuei, F.A.I SWANSEA. OFFICES >— Corner of Gower and Orchard Streets, Swansea. Tel. No., 266 Docks. j Messrs. Isaac Edwards & Co. J (Mr. Isaac Edwards, F.A.I.), j lIaveboon instructed by the Directors of The Glamorgan Colliery Co., Ltd., The Naval Colliery Co., Ltd., The Cambrian Ooliiery Co., Ltd., and J The Britannic Colliery Co., Ltd., to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, atpes and places as appear below, Over 950 Tons of Steel and Iron Colliery Scrap, etc., Consisting of Old Wire Rope, Mixed Smithy Scrap, a number of Wood and Iron Colliery Trams and Dandies, Six Permanent Way Woodea Wagons, Defec- tive Copper Cable, Defective Cast Iron Piping, Disused Steam Engine, Winding bruin, Spur and Driving Wheels, Pulleys 4iad Bed blocks, Defective Tram Plates d Wheels, Defective Steel Rail, Sleepers, liars. Angles, and Arching Girders, Old galloway Tubes, Disused Lancashire and Vortioal Boilers and Tanks, Disused Coal pusher, House Coal Screen, etc. The Sales will take place as follows:- TUESDAY, 4th NOVEMBER, 1919, 12 noon at Glamorgan Oompanys Pit Top, Tonypandv. 2. 30 P-ra. &t Naval Colliery Company's Pit Top, thence to .Adilre Level, Nant- rw?n Pit, Penygraig House Coal and Sly Pit. WEDNESDAY, Sth NOVEMBER. 191P. 12 noon, Cambrian Colliery Company's Pit Top, Clydach Vale. P-m., Britannic Colliery Company's Pit Tops, Gilfach Goch. j A Ticket Lunch for Prospective Buyers be provided each day at 1.30 p.m. On Wednesday, a Motor Charabanc will leave Tonypandy at 11.40 a.m. for Clydach vale, will leave Clydach Vale after lunch for Gilfach Goch, returning after the sale to Tonypandy Station. Buyers desiring to aVoail themselves of the Motor and Lunch arrangements are asked to communicate with the Auctioneers before hand so that due provision can be made. The Stocks can be inspecte4 before day. of Sale by arrangement. For particulars and catalogue, apply to the Auctioneers, Bank Chambers, Morthyr Tydfil. Telephone: 33 Meriiiyr. Preliminary Announcement. HOTEL METROPOLE, SWANSEA. WEDNESDAY, 12th NOVEMBER, 1919. Mr. Trevor E. Williams ':f\8 been instructed to SELL by PUBLIC í UCUON the following 1 Leasehold Properties, 33, Richardson Street, Swansea. 39 and 39a, Richardson Street, Swansea. 148, Western Street, Swansea. 155, Western Street, Swansea. 9 and 10, Gam Street, Swansea. For further mu-th:mla.s see post*" and future ???t?ements. AArHthhunr r^^20n8 ? Sa?. apply to W. A-thur Dawes, Esq., Solicitor, Rutland- U°r to the Auctioneer, at ?? isO&cesn1?? ? M? ary-street. SwaMea, and at R?venshce,? Mumblee. Tel., Docks 124. PENLAN FARM, i distant 1 Mile from Cynghordy Station. MESSRS. Wm. & Walter James, F.A.I. Have been favoured with instructions from Mr. Morgan, to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the above Farm, on THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30th. 1919, the following Valuable Live Stock, HAY, CORN & GREEN CROPS, viz.: 21 CATTLE, 6 HORSES, 212 SHEEP. CROPS.-2 Large Ricks of First-class Say (part last veer's Hsu"), 4 Mows of ftead Wheat, 6 Haggard Mows of Scotch (Jats, 2 Haggard Mows of Barley, 8 Rows of Potatoes, 30 Rows of Swedes. Sale to commence at 1 o'clock promptly. Six Months' Credit on Sums over £5. Auctioneers' Offices: Llangadock, Llan- I very. Llandilo, and Swansea. { NO. 4, ST. ALBAN'S ROAD, SWANSEA. TO HOUSEHOLDERS, DEALERS, AND OTHERS. Mr. Arthur S. T. Lucas Has received Instructions from Mrs. Le Rossignol, who is leaving Swansea, to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the above address, the whole of the Household Furniture AND EFFECTS. particulars of which appear on the Auc- tion Posters, on WEDNESDAY, the 29th of OCTOBER, 1919. Sale to Commence at 11.30 in the fore- noon precisely. Goods on View the Afternoon prior to Sale from 2 to 5 p.m. Terms: Cash. No Reserve. For further Particulars apply to Arthur S. T. Lucas, Auctioneer and Valuer, 6, Rutland-street, Swansea, and at Mumbles. Tel., Central 230. Estbd. 1885. (No. W87) I Preliminary Announcement. RE CHARLES DAVIES SETTLEMENT. Mr. Arthur S. T. Lucas Has been instructed by the Trustees under the Settlement to OFFER for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION, at an Early Date (subject to Conditions of Sale), at the HOTEL METROPOLE, SWANSEA, the following Valuable Freehold and Leasehold Properties, all situated in the County Borough of Swansea. IS, and 14. Pot- tery Street; Nos. 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, and 28, Emma Street; Nos. 37, 38, and 39, Tontine Street; Nos. 12, 13. 14, and 15, Grove Street. LEASE HOT,DS.-No. 72, St. Helen's Road; No. 7, Tontine Street; Nos. 12, 13, 14, and 15, Baptist Well Street; Nos. 7, 8. and 9, Hall Terrace; No. 16, Mysydd Street, now called Plymouth Street; Nos. 39.. 41, 42, and 48, Scyborfach Street, Noe. 15, 16, 17, 18. 19. and 20, Marsden Street; Nm. 24. M. 26. 27. and 28. Emma Street: No. 29, Carmarthen Road; Nos. 2, 3, and 4. Jhiller's Row; No. 5. Skinner Street; and the following improved Ground Rents secured by the following Properties:—Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5. Nichol Place, now known à8 Nos. I, 2, 3, 4. and 5. Walter Road, and Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9. 10, 11, and 12. Hall Terrace, and JB14 per annum on the Victoria Coffee Tavern, Rutland Street. For further particulars apply to Mr. Arthur S. T. Lucas, Auctioneer, 6, Rut- land Street, Swansea and Mumbles; Estbd. 1885; Tel., Central 230; or to Mr. Arthur Stanley Lucas, of the same address, as Agent to the Trustees; or to Messrs. Gar. rard and Anthony, Solicitors, 7. Sansoma Pla, Worcester; Tel., No. 28. AUCTION MART. 21. UNION STREET. SWANSEA (Opposite Mond Buildings). WEDNESDAY, 29th OCTOBER, 1919. Mr. H. C. Higman, F.A.I., Has received instructions to SELL by AUCTION, at the above place and date, Superior Household Furniture, principal items comprising; PIANO- FORTE, American Organ, Duchesse Pair, Singer's Sewing Machine, Letter Press, Mahogany and Oak Sideboards, Dining Room Suite, Sitting Room Suite, Overmantels, Whatnot, Cabinet, Oroa-i ments. Pictures* Carpets, nug Carved Oak and Walnut H.n Stand, Mahogany DiniM T&Ue, EX, G. Stl Carpets, Rods OA.K CHEST OF DA R$, Bed- room Suite, Walnut 13?Octste WE'NIT'S 1 WARDROBE, Copper Wire ttres, Iron and Brass Bedstead. Ov ay; Otto- man, Beds. Kitchen Tables, D?<?er (gla?j front), Chairs, Dinner and Tea Ware, Oil- cloth, Cutlery, Child's Cot, Kitchen Uten- sils, Lady's and Gent's Bicycles, Roll Top N5, k T' Desk, Typewriter, etc. Goods on View Morning of Sale. Terms—Cash. Sale commences at 11 a.m. SALES BY AUCTION. MORRISTON, LANDORE AND SWANSEA. Exceptionally important Sale of Two Splendid Freehold and Free Double- Licensed Counter Trade Public Houses with early Vacant Possession, and Two Dwelling-Houses. MESSRS. ■■ James and James, F.A. 1. Are favoured with instructions from the various Owners to offer for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the HOTEL CAMERON, HIGH-STREET, SWAN- SEA, on THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6th, 1919 (subject to such Conditions of Sale as shall then and there be produced) the following FIRST-CLASS FREE DOUBLE-LICENSED FREEHOLD Public Houses, viz.: Lot I.-All Siiat noted Freehold Pub- lic House, Brewhouse, Stable and Pre- mises called and known as THE MID- LAND HOTEL, MORRISTON, situate on the Ciydacii Road about 200 yards from the CrOOsltnd nearly opposite where the Morriston trams stop; 111 the occupa- tion of Mr. Thomas EVans as tenant at will (his lease having expired at Michael- mas). The Premises have a frontage over all of 50 feet or thereabouts by a depth of 107ft: 6in. or thereabouts. The Accommodation is as follows:—On the Ground Floor: Entrance Hall, Smoke- room, Tap. Room, Private Room, Store Room (formerly Kitchen), Kitchen, Cellar, Small Back Kitchen. On the First Floor: Club-room, 2 Bed- rooms and w.c. On the Second Floor. 3 Bedrooms. There is a large open Yard at the back and a Brewhouse, and a Two-stalled Stable at the far end with a large loft over both, with an access thereto from the side lane direct. Lot 2.—All that excellent FREE- HOLD FREE DOUBLE-LICENSED PUBLIC HOUSE AND PREMISES called and known as THE STATION IliN. LANDORE, in the County Borough of Swansea, immediately facing Landore Railway Station on the upper side, with Vacant Possession at Lady Day neiit. The house is at present anil has been for many years past in the oc- cupation of the owner, Mrs. Mathews, who has carried on thereat a very lucra- tive trade, probably the best in the locality. The Property extends from one street to the other, with a frontage of 34ft. 6in. or thereabouts to Station- road, and of 42ft. or thereabouts to Mysydd-street. The Accommodation is as follows:—On the Ground Floor: Bar, Sitting-room, Passage, Smoke-room, Tap Room, Kitchen. Back Do., Small St-cre-room and Pantry. In the Base- ment: A good Cellar. On the First Floor: Club Room and 4 Bedrooms. There is a good-size Yard at the rear wit a a 2-Stalled Stable and 2 w.c.'s thereon. The Club-room can be ex- tended or reduced as occasion requires by means of a moveable partition. There is one good Club, viz., The Foresters, meeting at the House. The House is situated in a position of monopoly, be- ing the nearest licensed house to the Landore Railway Station. Lot 3.—All that desirable FREE- HOLD DWELLING-HOUSE known as No 6, HEATHFIELD-ROAD, SWAN- SEA, containing 6 Rooms, Bath (h and c), Scullery (h and c), in the occupation of Mrs. Morgan as veariv tenant. Lot 4.-All that LEASEHOLD GAR- DEN CITY VILLA known as No. 9, THE PROMENADE, Garden City, con- taining 6 Rooms, Bath (h and c) Sciit- lery (h and c), and nice Garden. WITH VACANT POSSESSION ON COM- PLETION. Held for 99 years from 24th June, 1910. Ground Rent £1 18s. Sale to Commence promptly at 3 p.m. For further particulars, with refer- ence to all the Lots apply to the Auc- tioneers, 7, Goat-street, Swansea; and with reference to Lot 1 to Messrs. tStriok and 1 jJlingham, Solicitors, Fisher-street, Swansea; and Lot 2 to 4, to Messrs. T. W. James and Co., Solici- tors, 24, Goat-street, Swansea. TOWN HILL FARM, SKETTY. .Near SWANSEA (Distant ten. minutes' walk from Sketty Tram Terminus, or 15 minutes from Swansea Market). MESSRS. James and James, F.A.I. Are favoured with instructions from Mr. Joseph Evans, Who is overstocked, to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, on the Premises as above, on SATURDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 1st, 1919, the following Valuable Live Stock, HAY, CORN AND ROOT CROPS, Etc., viz.:— 4 DAIRY CATTLE (1 with Calf); 2 Handsome, Well-bred Roan Shorthorn in- Calf Heifers and 3 do. first-class Roan Heifer Calves. 9 HORSES. CROPS.—HAY: About 5 tons of excel- lent Horse Hay. CORN: About 10 tons of first-class Oats. ROOTS: 2i acres (a great crop) of Swedes. Sale promptly at 2.30 p.m. Terms—Six Months Credit on Approved Security over Y,5, or the usual Discount for Cash. Auctioneers' Offices, 7. Goat Street, Swansea. Tel., Docks 172. TYLEDU FARM, PENLERGAER, Nt. GORSEINON. MESSRS. James and James, F.A.I. Are favoured with instructions from Mr. E. Be van to SELL by PUBLIC AUC- TION, on the Premises as above, on WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29th, 1919, the following Valuable Live Stock, HAY, CORN & ROOT CROPS, etc., viz.: CATTLE. 5 DAIRY CATTLE (1 with Second Calf at her heels).-Young Shorthorn Cow and Calf; 2 Red Shorthorn Cows in full profit and in calf; 2 Red do in calf. 6 STORERS.—Two 2-year-old Steers, 1 Yearling do,, 1 Yearling Heifer, and 2 Heifer Calves. HORSES.—1 Strong Roadster Mare, 161 h.h.. aged and believed to be in foal; 1 do. Collier Mare 14$h.h., aged; 1 Suckling Colt. PIGS.-4 Strong Store Pigs. POULTRY.—100 Barndoor Fowls and 18 Geese. • CROPS.—Rick of Horse Hay, 2 Mows of Barley, 36 Rows of Swedes, and 18 Rows of Potatoes. Luncheofc at 1 o'clock. Sale- promptly at 2 p.m. Terins-Sit Months' Credit over £5 or the usual Discount for Cash. Auctioneers' Offices: 7, Goat-street, Swansea. Tel., Docks 172. GOWER AUCTION MART, Reynoldston. TUESDAY, 28th OCTOBER, 1919. FAT CATTLE and SHEEP will be Sold and Allocated in cor dance with the Live Stock Regulations. SToRE STOCK hy Auctipn as usual. All Fat Stock to be at the M:.rt by It Sale to uomruenc* promptly at 11 a.a. Messrs. JAMES & JAMES, F.A.I., Auctioneers. 7, Goat-street, Swansea. 7. TeUphone: 172 Doofc*. SALES BY AUCTION. LLANGYFELACH. NEAR SWANSEA. SALE OF FREEHOLD HOUSE AND PREMISES. Pursuant to an Order of his Honour the Judge of the County Court of Glamorgan- shire, holden at Swansea, made in an A.ction, Lewis and Others v. John, x. 1890. Mr. Trevor Evans, F. A. I (Mesers. Bowen, Evans and Mills) The person appointed by the said Court to conduct the Sate) is instructed to offer j for SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION at the HOTEL CAMERON, SWANSEA, on I THURSDAY. OCTOBER 30th, 1919, at I 3.80 p.m. precisely (subject to Conditions of Sale to be then and there produced), the extensive and conveniently situate Freehold House & Premises, Situate at THE CROSS, LLANGYFELACH, And formerly used and occupied as Licensed Premises and then known as THE JOINERS' ARMS. The accommodation te extensive and comprises on the Ground Floor: Two large rooms, kitchen and scullery, with stores and cellar. First Floor: Three bedrooms. and large room (formerly club room). The Outbuildings comprise: Three-stall Stable, stone-built Stores, Coach-house, Coal-house, large Wooden- built Stores, Pig Styes, and w.c., with a spacious yard; having cart access from main road. The Mines and Minerals are reserved. The Premises will be offered with VACANT POSSESSION on cCinpIfttion of the purchase. Particulars and Conditions of Sale may be obtained of Mr. R. T. Leyshon, Soli- citor, 11, Salubrious-passage, Swansea; Mr. Edward Harris, Solicitor, 3, Fisher- street, Swansea; or of the Auctioneer, 22, Wind-street, Swansea. MORRISTON & LLANSAMLET. Important Sale of Well-Secured Freehold Ground Rents and Valuable and Im- portant Freehold Shop Premises, Dwel- ling Houses, &c. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1919. Mr. Trevor Evans, F.A.I., (Messrs. Bowen, Evans and Mills) Will OFFER for SALE by AUCTION, on the above date at the HOTEL CAMERON, SWANSEA, the following Important and Valuable Freehold Ground Rents, Freehold Shop Premises, And Dwelling Houses. Lots 1 and 2.—The well-secured Free- hold Ground Rents at £ 25 and .£35 respec- tively secured upon the Shops and Pre- mises, Nos. 65 and 66, Wood field-street, Morriston, now in the occupation of Dd. Williams and Representatives of Thomas i Davies, Ironmonger, with reversions to the said properties in 56 years or there- abouts. Lot 3.—The exceptionally well situate Freehold Shop and Premises known as Argyle House," 96, Woodfield-street, Morriston, now in the occupation of Mr. Llewellyn Davies, Draper. These premise are extremely well built, in 4 floors. and occupy one of the very best trade sites. Lot 4.—The very desirable Freehold Dwelling House and Premises known as Dyflryn Villa" (otherwise Quar House) situate at the foot of Morfydd Street, Mor- riston, arid now in the occupation of Mr. F. H. Alexander. This property has been recently completely modernised with ex- pert attention, and is within easy reach of main roads and worts. Lot 5.—The 3 Freehold Dwelling Houses, being Nos. 41,42, and 43. Woodfield Street, Morriston (adjoining Welcome Inn), each let at per week, landlord paying rates and taxes. These properties occupy a most valuable site for trade purposes. Lots 6 to 9.—The 4 Leasehold Dwelling Houses, being Noa. 1 to 4, Tawe Road, Llanaamlet, containing 6 rooms, and let at 7s. 6d. each peaweek gross. Lots 10 and ]I.-T e 2 Leasehold Dwel- ling Houses, being 4los. 1 and 2, Sunny Bank, Llansamlet, let at 7s. 8d. and 7s. respectively. For details see Posters. Sale to coanmence at 3.30 p.m. Particulars and Conditions of Sale may be obtained of the Auctioneer at his Office, 22, Wind Street, Swansea; or as to Lots 1 and 2 of Messrs. Hartland. Isaac and Wat- kins, Solicitors, Rutland Street, Swansea; and as to Lots 3 to 11 of Messrs. R. G. Edwards and Bull, Solicitors, 30, Fisher- street, Swansea. SWANSEA. Important Sale of Remunerative Invest- ments in Freehold and Leasehold Houses with Life Policies. Mr. Trevor Evans, F.A.I., (Messrs. Bowen, Evans and Mills) Will offer for SALE bv AUCTION, at the HOTEL CAMERON, SWANSEA, on WEDNESDAY, NOyEMBER 5th, IDID, the following Freehold & Leasehold Dwel- ling-houses with Life Policies. Lot I.-Two Freehold Dwelling- Houses, 9 and 10, Emma-street. Lot 2.—The Life Interest of one Syd- ney Wedlake, believed to be now aged 48 years, in 17 and 18, North Hill-road, together with Policy of Insurance for £ 150 on the Life of the said Sydney Wedlake. Lot 3.—The Life Interest of one E. A. Thomas, believed to be now aged 53 years, in the Six Houses 33 to 38, Vin- cent-street, as well as Two Policies of Insurance aggregating L500. For further details see Posters. Sale to Commence 3.30 p.m. Further particulars and Conditions of Sale may be obtained of the Auctioneer at his Offices, 22, Wind-street, Swansen. (Tel. Docks 420), or of D. O. Thomas, Esq., Solicitor, 21, York-street, Swansea. THE PARSONAGE, GOITRE-ROAD, KILLA Y. J. Barron Pascoe, F. S. I., F.A.I., His been instructed by Mrs. Win. Cur- ran to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at th ? above address, on FRIDAY NEXT, the 31st OCTOBER, 1919, the whole of the Superior Household Furniture AND OTHER EFFECTS, Chiefly comprisingHandsome Maho- gany Sideboard, V/ell-made Dining Suite in Mahogany, Walnut Overmantel, Antique Oak Corner Cupboard, Sheraton Inlaid Chairs and Settee, Divan Chairs, Pembroke Table, Oak Hall Stand, j Axminster Carpets and Rugs, .Brass and othe Fenders, Few Pieces of Swansea and Spoda China, Old Glass Decanter, Walnut Occasional Table, Choice WAL- i NTH BEDROOM SUITE, Braes Rail .1 and other Bedsteads, Feather Beds and I Pillows, Grained Wardrobe, etc., Kitchen Effects, Garden Implements. Sale to Commence at 11.30 a.m. prompt. Terms: Cash. On View Morning of Salo Auctioneer's Offices: 7, Gower-street, Swansea. SALES BY AUCTION. Preliminary Announcement. SALE OF FREEHOLD AND LEASE- HOLD PROPERTIES IN THE COUNTY BOROUGH OF SWANSEA. MESSRS. John M. Leeder and- Son, Have received instructions from the Executors of the late Dr. Jabez Thomas to OFFER for SALE bv AUCTION, in Lots, at the CAMERON HOTEL at an I Early Date, the undermentioned Pro- perties:— Freeholds. No. 69, MANSEL STREET, Swansea, let on a yearly tenancy to Mr. Rhys I Thonias at a rc,,ntal of X38. Five Freehold Cottages, 2, 3, and 4, MILL STREET and Nos. 21 and 22, BRIDGE STREET, let on. weekly ten- ancies at gross rentals aggregating per annum £64 7s Leaseholds. Four Cottages, Nos. 100 to 103 inclusive, CARMARTHEN ROAD, Swansea, let on weekly tenancies at grcss rentals aggre- gating per annum .£72 6s. Held by lease for a term of 75 years from March, 25. 1891, at a ground rent 01 £7 13s. per annum. A Shop and Premises, No. 15, UNION STREET, Swansea, in the occupation of Mr. M. Greek, at a yearly tenancy at a rental of £60. Two Dwelling Houses and Premises, Nos. 10 and 17. GEORGE STREET, at yearly tenancies at an aggr-egate rental of EZ-O.- With the improved Lea.sehold Ground Rents arising out of and secured upon Nos. 11 to 16 inclusive, GEORGE STREET. The foregoing are held by lease for a term of 99 years from December 25th, 1867, at a ground rent of .£18 per annum. Three Dwelling Houses, Nos, 76, 77, and 78, KING EDWARD ROAD, Swansea, let on yearly tenancies at an aggregate rental of X74. Together with an improved Lease- hold Ground Rent of X4 arising out of and secured upon No. 79, KING EDWARD ROAD. The foregoing are held by Lease for a te-rm of 99 years from June 24th. 1879, at a ground rent of .£1] lB. 9d. per, annum. For Particulars and Conditions of Sale and further information apply to Messrs. Strick and Bellingham, Solicitors, Fisher- street, Swansea; or to the Auctioneers, 46, Waterloo Street, Swansea. PEVERELL, RICHMOND .BOAT). SWANSEA. Important Sale of well-made Bedroom Suites in various woods, Bedding, Auto Piano, Two Valuable French Commodes, full sized Billiard Table, Carved Oak Appointments of the Dining Room and Hall, Engravings and Etchings, Cabi- nets, Bureau, Bookcases, Gramophone. Divan Chairs, Chesterfields, Cane anc1 other Chairs, Eastern Axminster and other Carpets and Ruge. Kitchen and Outdoor Effects. MESSRS. John M. Leeder and on Having disposed of the residence, are in- structed bv iMr. Trevor J. Matthews to SELL by AUCTION, on the premises, on THURSDAY, the 13th day of NOVEM- BER, and following day if necessary, at 11 a.m., the Valuable 1 Furnishings of the BEDCHAMBERS, LANDING and HALL, DINING and DRAWING ROOMS, LIBRARY, BILLIARD ROOM, KIT- CHEN, etc., tho whole of which have been chospn with taste and discrimination. View on production of Catalogue on the day prior to Sale. Catalogues, Is. each, of the Auctioneers, 46, Waterloo Street, Swansea. SWANSEA. SALE OF VALUABLE SHOPS AND DWELLING-HOUSES. ¡ Mr. J. Pugh Williams t Will offer for SALE AUCTION at the HOTEL CAMERON, SWANSEA, on TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11th. 1919, at 3 p.m. (subject to Conditions), the fol- lowing VALUABLE Leasehold Properties, viz.: Lot 1.—No. 15, Albany-terrace, Port Tennant-road, St. Thomas, Swansea (a Compact Shop and Dwelling-house on the Main Road). Lot 2.-No. 8, St. mtyd-crftscent (facing the Park), St. Thomas, Swansea. Lot 3.—No. 10, Ditto. Lot 4.—No. 1,360, Neath-road, Swan- sea. Lot 6.—No. 75, Llangyfelach-street, Swansea. Lot 6.—No .1, St. George's-street. and la, Humphrey-street, Swansea (Com- modius Corner Business Premises, off Walter-road). The Mines and Minerals are Reserved. Further particulars on Posters, or may be obtained from the Auctioneer, 12. College-street. Swansea. Preliminary Announcement. PENYRHEOL, SKETTY. On s of the most desirable Residences in the District., occupying an elevated and delightful situation with a direct Southern Aspect, enjoying a magnifi- cent View of the Bay and Bristol Channel, with nicely laid-out Grounds, and within easy distance of the Sketty Tram Terminus. Mr. J. Barron Pascoe (Fellow of the Surveyors' Institute and ?lellow of the Auctioneers' Institute by Exam.) Has been favoured with instructions to offer for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION, at an early date, the exceedingly Choice and Valuable Freehold Residence and Grounds, situate and known as PENYRHEOL, SKETTY. Vacant Possession will be given on Completion of the Purchase. Further particulars may be obtained of W. A. Davies, Esq., Solicitor, 6, Rut- land-street, Swansea and of the Auc- tioneer, 7, Gower-street, Swansea. SAILINGS. WHITE STAR LINE. ROTA-L kND UNI TEA STATES MAIL STEAMEB8 raagenter and Preight gailitcs- SOUTHAMPTON AND CHEHBOURG TO NEW YORK ADRIATIC .Wed Nov. 12 LAPLAND Wed Nov. 26 ADRIATIC Tues. Dec 16 LIVERPOOL TO NEW YORK BALIFIC (Via Halifax).Wed. Oct. 29 LIVERPOOL TO BOSTON. Sailings later GENOA AND NAPLES TO BOSTON AND NEW YORK (Via Gibraltar). CANOPJC Prom Genoa Nov. 13. From Naples Nov. la. I WHIT c TO OAIfADA. LIVERPOOL TO HALIFAX AND PORT- LAND. Me. CANADA .About OV. 12 MEGATIC A-bout liov 19 BRISTOL TO MONTREAL (Direct). COIviSISflilAN (Cargo only).Wed. 29 Oct. 29 TURCOMAN (Carao Nov. 17 For further particulars apnly to White frtar Line. Liverpool. Southampton, Bristol; London: 1. Oorlispur-street, S.W. 1, and 3S Leadenbali-etrect. RO 1

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