""¡. AN AUTUMN SUNDAY. T wouldn't for a moment disparage the delights of a Sunday spent in the home circle, but- It is good to get a breath of the countryside these bright autumnal days, isn't it? No need to worry if there is a little mud on the roads. Those sturdy Dunlop type Magnum tyres may be relied upon under any conditions to land you safely home for that early tea in the cheerful firelight. ø ADIESf LOTS OF BEAUTIFUL HAIR. w Danderine" makes hair thick, glossy and wavy. < .Removes all dandruff, stops itching scalp and falling hair. I to be possessed of a head of heavy, leautifnl hair; soft, lustrous fluffy, wavy and free from dandruff is merely a matter of using a little Danderine. It is eaey and inexpensive to have nice, ooft hair and lots of it. Just get a shil- ling bottle of Knowlton'6 Danderine now -apply; a little as directed, and within ten minutes there will be an appearance of abundance, freshness, fluffineas, and an incomparable gloss and lustre,and try as yoa will you cannot find a trace of "dandruff or falling bair; but your real surprise will be after about two weeks' use, when you will see new hair-fine and downy at first-yes-but really new hair- sprouting out all over your scalp. Dan- derine is, we believe, the only sure hair grower, destroyer of dandruff and cure for itchy scalp, and it never fails to stop fal- ling hair at once. All chemises tiell and recommend Danderine, Is. 3d. and 2s. 6d. a bottle. If you want to prove how pretty and eoft your hair really is, to moisten a » cloth with a little Danderine and caro- rutly draw it through your JHtir-taking ()e small strand at a time. Your hair will be eoft, glossy and beautiful in just a few momente-a delightful surprise awaits everyone who tries this. I I VISITS j NOW I | CLOSING V\ ■ V CONSULT ME ON FRIDAY. My appliances have brought relief and happiness to thousands of suffering » women. I can help you to be well. I Ruptures, Women's Intornal Weaknesses, r Misplacements, etc., cured and relieved without operations or Internal Instruments. Special treatment for Floating Kidney and Varicose Veins. I Mrs. CLARA E. SLATER Visits SWANSEA on FRIDAY NEXT, Nov. 14, at the CENTRAL HALL, Orchard Street. Hours: 1 to 4. .Also Visits Newport, Wednesday, Nov. 12th, Park Hall. Cardiff, Thursday, Nov. 13th, Cory l Hull. Carmarthen, Saturday, Nov. 15th.-Soe I local papers. Aberdare, Monday, Nov. 17th, Blacki Lion Borel. I Merthyr, Tuesday, Nov. 18th, Angel I Build iigs. ALL ADVICE FREE. iWrite, enclosing 2d. stamps for p-tage, for New Illustrated Booklet, WHY I INTERNAL INSTRUMENTS SHOTJLI) ¡ NOT BE WORN," to Mrs. Clara E. Slater, Dept. r31. Cromwell House, High I Rdhcrn. London, W.C.I. I ?. Illustration depicts II my P?nown?t Rup- ture Belt. Note how! evenly the weight and pressure is distributed.
I CARDIFF MATCH. I Swansea Three-quarter Line Not Yet Chosen. Tigers at Llanelly. The Swansea throe-quarter line for Saturday's match at Cardiff will not be chosen until Thursday. Joe Davies has been picked for the full-back position, and the assumption is that Joe Roes will be one of the quartet. The selected men are:— Back, Joe Davies; three-quarters, to be decided Tliiir&dty half-backs, W. Jones and Ben Beynon; forwards (from), Tom Parker, A. E. Jenkins, Ivor Rees, Torn Williams, Tom Morgan, R. Hux- table, Sid Parker, Phil Evans, Anthony Evans and Marsden Jones. I The Swansea Seconds will be meeting Cardiff Seconds at St. Helen's:—Back, W. P. Rees; three-quarters, to be de- I cided Thursday; half-backs, D. J. Ben- I nett and W. Griffiths; forwards, Alf. John, H. Rawlings, R. Congdon, D. G. Johns, R. Congdon, Cilff Smith, Alf. Parker, Greenhouse (Waunarlwydd), and I Griffiths (Sketty). CARDIFF DROP COGHLAN. The following is the Cardiff Rucrby' team to oppose Swansea on the CardiS Arms Park on Saturday:—Back, R. Allison; three-quarters, Wick Powell, Arthur Cornish, W. Atiley and C. Bryant; half-backs, R. Podd and Dr. Wallace; forwards (from), F. Gacooai, W. Jenkins, J. Brookman, Miller, Crad Rees, Dalrymple, W. Cornish, J. jiirch, D. Callaghan, J. Crowley. Coghlan, who failed to get to London in time for the Blackheath match, has not been selected. ABERAVON v. PENARTH. I ABERAVON.-Back, Johnny Davies; I three-quarters (from) J. Ring, E. B. Rees, J. 0 Davies, A. Waters, and B. Mitchell; I halves, Con Evans or Thomas (Whites) and W. J. Hopkins; forwards (from) W. Hopkin, B. Randall, Jim Jones, W. J. Thomas, Atkinson, Dan Tobin, G. MeaTS, A. Davies T. Ponsforo, and Gladstone Thomas. Kick-off 3.14. WEDNESDAY RUGBY AT ST. I HELEN'S. The Swansea Technical College, who have been granted the use of St. Helen's on Wednesday afternoons, will play their first game on Wednesday next. Their opponents will be the Baycliffe XV., and a bright game is assured. There will be no charge for admission, and the kick-off Is at 3.15. The College XV. are hopeful of defeating the Bays, who will field their usual league team. G. T. Pts. 1 LLANELLY 1 1 8 LEICESTER 10 5 The visit of Leicester to Llanelly on Monday attracted a gate of over seven thousand, and the Scarlets once again distinguished themselves by defeating the redoubtable Tigers by eight points to five. The game was productive of excel- lent football, some bright passing being witnessed on both sides. Leicester sprang a surprise by scoring ten minutes from the start. The score was smartly obtained. WATTS IN GREAT FORM. Willie Watts, the ex-LJauelly captain, who played a brilliant game throughout, being by far the iinest back on the Lei- cester side, made a strong burst before parting with the ball to Hazelmcre. Th.) Leicester wing ran inwards, and kicking neatly over the head of Albert Jenkins, gathered the ball again on the rebound, and wont over, scoring a try, which Allan converted. Lianelly were somewhat slow in finding their feet, but once the for- wards commenced to heel from the scrums their backs were seen to a decided advantage. Albert Jenkins was not long in bringing off an equaliser in his own characteristic fashion, completing a truly magnificent, movement by dashing over I the line. He added the extra points, and at half-time honours were even. I A SPEEDY LOT. I The Leicester forwards were a speedy lot, and gave niii- ii trouble in the loose. They showed accurate footwork, and re- peatedly snapped up the ball and gave out to the backs, who were passing well. But the defence of Albert Jenkins was ) scund, and whenever his side was in danger he nipped in and brought down man and ball over and over again. To- j wards the en4 Haz?mere was injured in j making a determined effort to break i through. While he was o5 the field tliel Scarlets snapped up an opportnity, and ￼ after a pretty round of passing, Bryn j Evans Evans scored in tho right hand I corner. After this Llanelly were all over i the Tigers. who had tleir work cut out to keep the Scarlets at bay. Llanelly de- I served their victory, to which no one cnntrihuted more than Albert Jenkins, Bryn Evans, Jack Jones and D. Hiddle- ?s? vJ
I RACING PROGRAMME I To-morrow at Derby. The programme for the Derby meeting, which commences to-morrow, is, as usual. a very attractive one. The chief event of the opening afternoon is the Chesterfield Nursery. 1 —BREATTS-ALTJ SELLING PLATE of I zw 6OVS. even iunonprs. ViAD Gate (Major ersciioyle) C. foiling a 9 3 Steady Bill (Mr, W. Turnbu.ll). Burns 4 9 3 Hpecal (Mr P. Hjgtrins) Private 4 9 3 Shoemaker (Mr« ijrowniee).8ievier 5 9 0 Petrucen (Mr R. Coiling ..it. Colling 4 9 0 "Ooadott>ieve (Mrs K. Ctraiy) Gray 6 ? 0 VVistow (r J. l'earce).Hemvick a. 9 0 Le Oonnetable (MT Norman) Private 6 9 0 lia-twell (Mr A. W'rigiit).. Private 5 8 ll Houoiwues (Mr iDt':J.¡"her,v; 3 8 6 ttluroowo (Jtr Ijester/J. Reawick 2 7 2 'Wit-ch Doctor (Mr Ixnigmuir) f 0. Leader 3 6 13 Warcon (Lord n4 alel. Armstrong 2 6 13 Ijall c (Mr i'arknson) Private 2 6 13 Kififby (Mr B, Steele) Parkes 2 6 23 Zardar (Mr 1£, Beckett) Bazley Z 6 10 Glimpee (Mr M. Cummins).Newey 2 6 10 1 cornea (Mrs K. Gray) ..Gray 2 6 10 Orescent (Mr W. J lorn-sky).N. cott 2 6 10 Overseas (Mr M. lnman) Godfrey 2 6 10 Belovar (Mr J. Johnson) Law 2 6 10 Neilse-n. (Mr Vernon) Woottan 2 6 10 QA~BELPER, SELLING HANDICAP ot -1 L.tJU 500 eove. &traj?ht mile. Wavy Stripe (Mr J. Jiurne).. Durns 3 8 0 Cylenius (Mr P. Nelke) Pickering: 3 8 0 Cylffar (Lady Nelson) Nugent 3 7 10 Abjad (Mr J. Ainsworth) Griggs 4 7 10 I)otiai (Ir 1I. Bird! Sievier 6 7 10 Daziel (Mrs A. James) Lambton 3 7 10 Pot Herb ('Mr F. Brown) Brown 5 7 10 Polismen (Mr Nortiifieid.) Barrett 4 7 8 HaKiology (Mr K-. Mealing).Newey 3 7 7 liand&worth. (Mr R. Wootton) Wootton 3 7 6 Rock AhOlV (Mr Court) O. Young 6 7 5 Orange Prince (Mr J. Dawson) J. Dawson 3 7 5 .NL,arma-eiis (Lord Lonsdale) Armstrong1 3 7 1 Lady Craisrio (Mr J. Imies) Hauipeon 5 7 0 Brandwine (ir J. Kobinson) Berwick 6 6 11 Straight Ji £ ie (Mr J Franklin) Oowap 4 6 10 Simon'a Craft (Mr T. Edge).Poole 3 b 10 A—MARK EATON PIATF, (Handicap) of 2 • U 500 sovs. Straight mile. 'My Dear (Mr A. R. Cox) Taylor 4 9 7 ScatweLl (Lord Glanoly) Barling 4 8 8 Riversrhore (M. Aimbenieto).IIa]«ey 4 8 5 J? lying spear (.Mir vv sinyr) layior o o 6 Poper Money (Sir W. Gilbey) T. Cannon 3 8 0 Roker (Lord Durham) ^Peck 4 7 6 My Land (Mr H. Keswick) Bums 4 7 2 Mapledvu-ham (Lord Roseberv) F. Hartigan;) 7 2 Qnadrillo (Mr W. Singer) Taylor 4 7 1 Good Nicht (Mr W. Cbritatie) Jarvie 3 i 1 Jack Role (Mr A Barton) Marsh 4 6 13 Linggi'a Boty (Mr W. Richardson) Braime 3 6 11 Viae Versa. (Mr P. Darling) Darling 3 6 10 j Danejrelt (Lord Derby) Lambton 3 6 10 f Ohuroh. History (Lord Wilton) H. Leader 3 6 8 Yintleaf (Mr F. Benson) Hyams 4 6 5 Oorn Sack (Sir E. Paget) Gilpin 3 6 5 The Suliinx (Mr W. Cazalet).Taylor 3 5 4 Ample (Mrs Cunliffe-Owen) Leach 3 6 3 San-gelo (Lord Anglesey) Loach 3 6 3 Thermoerene (Mr J. McTjean) J. McGnigan 4 6 2 S„ aily „ Crag: (Mr G. W. Smith) McCormack a 6 0 Buzz Off (Mr. J. McLean) McGnigan 4 6 0 0 A—ClIEST EH "FIELD NURSERY PLi'l'E ?.<J? of 500 sovs. Handicap. Five fur- longe. Adopted (Major L. Holiday). Lines 9 0 Paragon (Sir E. Paget) Gilpin 8 10 Flower Day ((Lady Torrington) Wheeler 8 o Ptah (Mr. Sol Joel) Loates 8 5 Aislabie (Mr. E. Moore) R, Day 8 2 Abbots Trace (Lord Dewar) Sherwood 8 2 Princox (Lord Rosebery) F. Hartigan 8 1 Cicercde (Baron E. de Rothschild) Watson 8 1 Ohryeopolis (Lord Durham) Peck 7 13 Floreal (Lord Anglesey) Leach 33 Dark Dawn (Mr. n. Stobart) Colling :Z feurcoet (liord Ihirham) Peck 10 Lilloise (Mr. L. Robinson) 'ersse 7 10 Little Boy (Sir C. Meyer) Dewhurst 9 Dutch Flight (Ld Wilton).H. ,mder 7 7 Prince Oi^ (Mr. H. Hugill) Griggs 7 ? False Piety (Maj D. McCalmont) Persse 7 4 Mont D'Or (Sir A. Bailey) R. Day 7 4 Beanfeast (Mr. G. D. Smith) H. Sadler 7 2 Catchup (Mr. H. de la Rue).Butters 6 13 OiraiberLand (Mr. J. harvie) A. Sadler 6 12 Outly Sark fJOrd Glanely) Baker 6 12 Cold Steel (Sir R. Jardir.fi T. Waugh 6 11 Acrostio (Mr. J. de Rothschild).Pratt 6 7 3 A —BANK}EMORE MAIDEN STAKES of 5 I. eovs. each, witu, Joo sovs. added. Five furlongs straight. Baixam o (Mr. C. Halley) Taylor 9 6 T.L. (Mr. P. Gilpin) Gilpin 9 3 Meavalg: Bray (Sir S. Scott) S. Darling 9 3 Flora c (Mr. O. Aldridge).Private 8 10 Ormoruru (Sir A. Bailey) R. Day 8 30 Duffy (Mr. J. Hornung) B. arvie 8 10 Lycopodium (Ld H. de Waldtm) iVaugh 8 10 Marcaasin (Col M. ILughss) D. Waush 8 10 Sly Star (Mr. J. Baird) Barley 8 10 Ruokinge Queen o (Mr. Baker) Baker 8 10 Gee (Mr. J. Bancroft) Easterbee 8 10 Quilp (Mr. J. Harvie) A. Sadler 8 10 Hrod Philip (Sir E. Cas?eD.Powney M Cymric (Sir E. Cassel) POW;IEY 810 Ung je Serviray (Sir H. FitzHerbej-t) 1 *>Pe & 10 Dutchman (Sir W. Gilbey) T. Oannon 8 10 Perieo (Mr. A. de Rothschild) Watson 810 Novel (Mr. Sol Joel) -Loates 8 10 Paladin (Sir G. Murray) Persse 8 10 Vulfl c (Mr. S. Pickering).Pickering 8 10 Merry Thrush (Mr. Plummer).Whipp 8 10 SiùHne (Mr. Plummer).Whipp 8 10 Swift Flight (Maj F. P o y-eer) Persee 8 10 ])00 Boa. (Mr. T. Rintoul) Sintoul a 10 Javtuiore (Mr. W. Lookwood).Private 8 10 Land Square (Mr. R. Sherwood) Sherwood 8 10 Red. Pepper (Oapt. H. de Trafford) Beatty 8 10 Nxt oveln lo (Mr. R. Walker)., Jtogers 8 10 Glendoe (Mr. R. Walker): Rogers 8 10 Abbazia c (Mr. F. Willey) Persse 8 10 Ecstasy (Mr. H. Williams) Lea ah 8 10 Maranon f (Sir W. Bass) Taylor 8 7 Ninette (Mr. F. Bibby).Harry Powney 8 7 Atbelta g (Mr. J. Campbell).Thompson 8 7 Oooreena (Mr. W. Clark) Perese ft 7 Mural Carnation (Capt. Cohn) Private 8 7 Golden Age fM Derby) Lambton 8 7 White Moy f '(Mr. M. Gocaldass) Braime 8 7 Irish Grace (Mr. C. Gordon) Braime 8 7 Ocean Light (Mr. C. Gordon).Bra-ime 8 7 Castaneta f (Sir R. W. Griffith) Sherwood 8 7 Morning CaU (Gen. Sir B. Hamilton) Lines 8 7 Ricliculous (Mr. P. Hatrtigan) Hartigan 8 7 Waterwitch (Mr. W. Hope) N. Scott 8 7 Royal B&lm f (Sir R Jardine) Colling 8 7 Pretty Pefrgy (Mr. E. Johnson) Johnson 8 7 Mailly Mallet (Maj Scott Murray) Gwilt 8 7 Prudery (Ld Rosebery) F. Hartin 7 Stockinette (Mr. E. Tomlinson) Darling 8 7 Mias Bridge (Mr. W. Whiteman) Private 8 7 3 0A—DOVBRIIX}* PLA.TK of 106 iOvs. • OvJ One and-a-half miles. Governor Wood (Mrs B. Booth) Õ 9 4 Private ?94 Roeeaore (Lord Derby) Lambton 4 9 1 Kilaford (Mr F Pa.rker) Ireland a 8 12 Rossini (Mr R. Walker) Rogers 4 8 12 Bobbydazzler (Mr H. Brown) Brown 5 8 12 Tilbury (Lord Durham) Peck 3 8 11 Mameni (Mr E. Moore) R. Day 3 8 11 Skyraker (Sir G. Murray.) Persse 3 8 11 Flying Duck (Major Paget).Colling 3 8 8 Cla-rity (Mr H. Rutld) Connor 3 3 8 Landteel (Mr H. Bechett) Bazley a 8 2 Drowsy iluns (Mrs aild,cly) &-indaya 8 2! Ijivorno (Mr O. Oaritpn) Pope 3 7 12 Willonette (Mr W. Cfezalct).Taylor 3 7 9 ¡
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R. AND S. B. STATIONMASTER. I Mr. D. Gibbon Lewis, stationmnster, Khondda and Swansea Bay Railway, Blaengwynil, passed away on Friday last. Mr. Lewis was a native of Llanfyrnaeh, Cardiganshire, and came to Swansea. about twenty years ago, where he was employed at the Rhondda and Swansea Bay Railway goods office, St. Thomas, and was held in high esteem by his em- ployers and colleagues. While at Swan- sea he took a great interest in the re- ligious life of the town, and was an active member of Ebcnezer Church. He also evinced great interest in Weibh literature, and for some time acted as socretary for the Cynirodorion Society, and his poetical contributions were of a high standard, and were much appreciated. Five years ago he received a well deserved promotion to Blaengwvnti as sfcationinaster, where he performed his onerous duties con- scientiously, tnd with entire satisfaction, and was highly respected with all he came in contact with. Me leases a widow and three children. The funeral takes place 01 Tuesday, leaving Blaengwynil at 8 a.m. i for Llanfyrnacu. ? v .?
IN THE DISTRICTS. I LLANDOVERY. I At the statutory meeting of the Town Council on Monday, Councillor J. Nicholas said that he did not believe in tradesmen sitting on Food Control Com- mittees, and announced that he was go- ing to resign his seat on tho borough committoa. GORSEINON. I A performance of the Welsh drama, 'l'rec.h Gwlad nag Arglwyd-d," was given at the Brighton Hall by the Graigcefn- parc Dramatic Society, under the aus- pices of the Noddfa Baptist Chapel. The chairman was Mr. D. R. Grenfell (miners' agent), who was a native of this neighbourhood ;and pianist, Misa May Walters, Pontardulais. GLANAMMAN. I Two Glanamman youths, Cecil Leonard and D. G. Edwards, were summoned at the Anunanford Court on Monday for playing football in Station-road. They were cautioned and let off on payment of costs. E h. Chappell, Swansea, has 1,000 Over- Coats read:, to wear in stock. Ten per cent, (.ii-icflutrj ailoweJ to Discharged Soldiers ,.Lud Sailors S Windows. UPPER CWMTWRCH. I The Gwys Wel-sh Society is to be re- vived this year, and an interesting pro- gramme liaa been arranged. The officers are: President, Mr. 1). J. Price; trea- surer, Mr. Evan Kinsey; and secretary, Mr. Willie OWCD. E. S. Chappell, Swansea, haa 1,003 Over- Coats ready to wear in stock. Ten per e,&nt. discount allowed to DischarKed boldiers and Sailors. See Windows. CWMLLYNFELL. On. bunday evening 15 candidates were admitted to membership at Cwmllynfell Congregational Chapel. Mr. J". Morgan Jones, Derwendeg, has left the district for Cellan, Cardigan. Mr. .'ones had been a deacon at Cwiallynfell Cuapel for many years, and prior to his departure the officers of the church pre- sented him with a Bible and a number of theological volumes. The Rev. T. Eurig Davies (pastor) presided at the meeting. LLANDOVERY. I At Llandovery Town Cmmcil on Mon- day Mr. Lloyd Williams was re-appointed toll collector, at a salary of C52. It was decided to hold the Christmas market on the 23rd of December, and a motion by Mr. W. J. Esmond to hold all the meet- ings at 5.30 p.m. was agreed to. It was announced that a German gun had arrived in the town, and the Town Clerk was asked to find a temporary place for it pending the selection of a site by the Council* ABERAVON. I At Aberavon, on Monday, Bertie Chat- ham Morgan (11), was bound over for six months on « charge of stealing a bicycle, value 97, the property of William Bryn John, shipbroker's clerk. Donald McSwan, a Scotch seaman, was fined S3 at Aberavon, on ^Monday, for stealing two half-pint glasses, valued at 3s. 4d.. from the Griffith Hotel. E. S. Chappell, Swansea, hue 1.000 Over. coats ren,ir to wear in stock Tei2 uer oem discount allowed to Dischamed Soldiers and Sauore. See Windows. LLANSAMLET. I A competitive meeting was held at Carmel Chapel. Pentredwr. Mr. Daniel R-osser presided. The adjudicators were Music. Mr. J. T. Sims, and recitations the Rev. J. Beynon. Tho awards were; Recitation, under 16: Divided between Ivy Roberts and Evelyn Sims. Solo, under 14: Johnny Morgan. Draw ing: i Gwyn Morgan. Pianoforte solo: Edith « Hopkins. Essay: Al., C, n ? Singing at first sight: Divided between Tommy Morga^ and Thomas -.Bcpr humorous story Thomas Morgan. Open recitation: Ivy Roberts. Open solo: j Divided between Edna Howells (Birch- 1 grove) and Johnny Morgan (TralliN-n). f Secretary: Mr. Ernest Jones. Accom- j panist Miss Getta Sims. i PONT ARDULAIS. Y Meers. D. P. Davies, Wm. John Davies, Robert Hopkins, Llewelyn Jones and Eben Thomas were raised to the degree I of Primo at the Loyal Fountain Lodge of the R.A.O.B. Sir" Isaac Kirkbride, K.O.M., P.GP., Clydach, presided, and other grand lodge officers present were Jim John, K.O.M., P.G.Sec., Clydach; T. Wilde, K.O.M., Gorseinon, preeident of the Council; Joe Williams, Jv.O.M,, Swansea, secretary; Albert Hinder, K.O.M., P.P.G.P., Swansea; Fred Gad- ston, K.OM., P.G.Ch, Morriston; I'.G. and Chaplain Hughes, Swansea. There was a large company present at the cere- mony. Mr. J. F. Goughx Glamorgan County Council expert, has been giving a series of demonstrations in pruning of fruit trees, etc., in the district. The arrange- ments were in the hands of Mr. T. G. Davies, hon. secretary of the Allotment Holders' and Cottage Gardeners' Society. j The Rev. J. Roger Jones, B.A., Man- Chester, was the special preacher at Triniti Welsh Wesleyan Church on Sun- day and Monday. There were strong con- gregations. and Mr. John Thomas pre- sided at the orgau. AMMAN FORD. Latest Patterns Horse-Clipping' Machines. Christmas Goods galore. Get your Turkey: j we'll provide the Tina. FurnishiuK lines left to be .sold at great, bargains. Cutlery at prices.—liarries', the noted House Furnishers and Ironmongers. At the Court on Monday, bJgar Wil- Hams, PantyiTyniion, wa? Hned ls. alto- gether for aUowing a dog to be on the ¡ road without either muzzle or colhu. Similar omissions cost Dd. H, J ohu, Lleby-rdderwen,* Ammanford, Os.. for his dog had strayed as far as Llandebie, and the police-sergeant followed it back all the way on a bicycle. Johnny Wil- liams, High-street, Ammanford, was fined 10s. for allowing a horse and car- riage to he unattended at Glanamman. After a lingering illness, the death took place on Sunday night of Mr. Sid- ney Harries, adopted son of the late. Mr: ¡ Th:y, Harries and of Mrs. Harries, Fost I Office, Bettws, at the age of 23 years. He was strikeriVdown with illness 12 I months ago and for a time was a patient I at the Clmm. Hospital, Neath, and was I brought back, with no hope of recovery, three weeks ago. He leaves a young wife and two little children, with whom there is much sympathy. LLANDILO. Messrs. William and Walter James and I Sons, F.A.I., auctioneers, Llandovery, Llangadock, Llandilo, and Swansea, held their fortnightly sale" of fat cattle, fat she?p and lambs. etc., at the Llandilo Urban District Council auction mart ground on Monday; 160 fat cattle were brought into the mart, of which only 40 were graded, and 200 fat &hepp and lambs were also graded and allocated at con- trolled prices. There were 30 calves, which were 'disposed of from t2 10s. to S7 10s. each, and 150 pigs, which iverp sold at prices ranging from 45s. to :Cf). There was a full market. ).:i.5 and calvos sold I very well, but ns the number of cattle I required were Jnly 40, about ]20 lwd to be sent bnck. The livst of a series of lantern lectures to lie given during the winter month." uniler th. auspices of the Capel Newydd Band of Hcpe was delivered at the week- end by Mr. Joan Evans, B.Sc., the newly appointed headmaster of the Llandove.ry County School. His subject was Round ,i boijt London' The Rev. W. Davies pre- sided.1 An illustrated musical programme was given under the conduetorship of Miss Elsie Williams. Me?sr=. Hue-h lXavies and Arwyn Phillips manipulated the lantern. II The festival committee* of the Vale of Towy Congregationalists, nlorng with, those I of Penygroes and Milo, have decided to arrange one programme for u ?ft at their m'?t 'mgiag festival. FFORESTFACH. Mr. W. R. Francis, solicitor, Cwm- hwrla, presided over a large gathering at Jerusalem C.M. on Monday evening, when the Rev. Herbert Dunnico, London, delivered a lecture on The Church and the Social Problem." There was, he eon- tinned, no rQom on this earth for a church which is only to fit men and women for heaven. Mr. D. Glanft'rwd Thoma-; moved a vote of thanks to the chairman and lecturer. SKEWEN. I A? a. insult of the hou?p to :house col- Jpction organised by Mrs.. M. H. Chick in S?ewfn. Xeatlx Abbey, and Jersey ?!f?ri??c <'n b?haU' of the British ind Forpjn Sailors' Society,'a srk e? tIS ?. 6d. h&s. been mill ted.
!• i The Economical Lamp The Economical JL?anip Maz d a Lamps is rc-q ecte d in the electric *RAWN wnrot ELECTRIC LAMPS will give you the best poniLle light, end a lower bin at th. I 0 end of quarter. huttal Mazda Lamp. and pro-ro IllAtish madj a m thetf economy byconnmlrison. Rugby, England From Electrical Contractor* Ironmongers and Siures Gastle BuZdinge, Swaiinea, 999B3EH9EBZBHnBBD VISITORS TO THE OLYMPIA MOTOR SHOW SHOULD VISIT STAND 109 and see the "A LBERT" CAR. SOLE AGENTS- Commercial Carrier Co., Ltd., 1 59-62, St. Helen's Road, Swansea. 'Phone Cent. 776. I CENTRAL HALL, Swan sea G: CENTRAL HALL, Swansea El STEDDFOD I (Under the auppicee of H"nriettatreet We!sh Ch?p?l). SATURDAY NEXT, NOV. 15th, 1919. MAIJE VOICE CHOIR: "Martyrs of the Arenaa" (L. De Rille) Prize. aEI6 JUVENILE CHOIR: "Gwylian'r Plant" ("Children's Holiday") (T. J. Rees F.T..C.. First Prize 44; Second Priit £1. NUMEROUS OTHER PFIZES FOlt SOLOS. RECITATIONS, etc. 11 Eisteddfod to commence at 11 a.m. sharp. Official Programmes 2d. Post 2d,. at Morsran and Tliggs 18. Heath field-street, and D. J. Sndi, Alexandra Arcade, Swanse a, or the Secretaries. D. CYNON 6. 118(7 View-Creecent, Swansea. J. 1. JONEB. 22. Burrows-road. Swansea. — — DEFECTIVE VISION NEEDS CAREFUL THE OLOrST AND QUALIFIED TUALIFIED OPT I CI AN TREATMENT. IN SWANSEA. J. SCOTT and Son, 12, VICTORIA ARCADE, Swansea- J;f tVhen I Cook uses Raisley," the sure raising powder-formerly known as Paisley Flour for bread, cakes and pastry, you can be sure that all bakings will be well raised, and perfectly wholesome. Raisley and household flour combine so well that every particle of the flour is thoroughly raised and well baked. MPaisley ? ￼ ￼ ??' SURE ￼ ai51e our I 1/1, 6?. m?d? 2?.?. per pac? Made by Brown & Poison—- as reliable as their Cornflour. The Tea Time" book of recipcs is worth whilt I writing for Send I d., stamp to Brown 6- Poison, 6, Boufcrie Sired, London, E.C. 4.
I SAILINGS. CUNARD LINE. TO UNITED srATES SOUTHAMPTON AND CHERBOURG TO NEW YORK. iMauTetania Tues Nov..?S "RoYal George .Thura. Nov. &) Via BaBbl LIVERPOOL TO ?W YORK. "Ürduna Tiies. N:w 13 ? 'Cttrmanm .Sat. Nov 29 Ansio-Chilean (Freight only).Bat NoV. gg •Via tialifax LIVEKPOOL TO BOSTON. An^lo-Chilean (Freight only).Sat. Nor 29 LIVERPOOL TO PHILADELPHIA Verbanja. (freight or)ly) Sat. N (N ?9 LONDON TO NEW YORK. Saxonia .SaiJinc date later r Vaiacia (Freight oniY)' ed. Nor )2 Fort C balm era (Freight only).Mon. Nov. 17. t"CarcJlia. .Sa.t, Nov 22 Glensandiv (Freiprht only) Tues Nor: t*Carcjti)a, ..(.F_rpio'ht on l y ) T nee Nov ? Iudianola (Freight only).. Sat. ?N, o t Vii1- Havre. VIa Halilar. LONDON TO BOSTON, TT nk, ul, a (Freight only) Tues Nov. 25 LONDON TO PHILADELPHIA vennonia (Freight only) Tuee. TW "2 BRISTOL TO NEW YOHK Vtr?ha, (Freieht only) Sat. Nor. 22 BR?TOL TO BAJ?TIMORE ￼ Doonnolm (Freight only) Wed Notv 19 BRISTOL TO PHfLADEH'HIA Copenhagen (Fright onlyi^,—JTofuets. Dec ^6 VeUav?a. (Freight 4?nt. Deo. ROTTERDAM TO t^ ToRK 6 ￼ Vardulia (Freight only) Sat Nor ANTWERP TO ?E? YORK N&Tarino (Freight only) 8at. Dec. 6 CUNARD LINE TO CANADA. t SOUTHAMPTON TO HALIFAX Royal George Thurs. Nor. 2«r LIVERPOOL TO HALIFAX" Ordunii Tues. Nor. » Carmama gat Nor. 29 LONDON TO HALIFAX. < Saxon la (Passengers only) Sailing date let" Vaiacia Wed. Nov. 12, (Pac-oon" only).Sat Nor. fi "via Havre. ￼ TO PORTLAND ?- M<. lUaMom (Freight only) Sat. ?cv ,¡ Veront'a (J<'nibt only).. Sat Nov '22 ?' BRISTOL TO PORTIiAND Me. -? A Steamer. All Canadian eailinge connect witb Oana- dian National Railways. For Rates of Passage and Farther Pjtr. ticulars. aonly Ounard Iiine, Liverpool: 51 Bishopscatc London. E.G. 2r '<9^1 OoeV suur^treet, London. S.W It 65. Baldwin- street. Kin^to!: 10a High-street. Cardiff; 117 Now-etrect. Birmingham: Maritime Cham. her Canute-road Southampton: 1 Mill bar. road. Plymouth: or to Local A rents.
ABOVE 100,000 TONS. Slight Decrease in Trade of Port of Swansea. Swansea, Monday. There was a slight decrease in the trade of the harbour last vroek compared with the preceding and corresponding vreeks, Lut the total figures were about 100,000 tons. e There W86 a lesser import trade, but the coal trade was about the average, the exports of patent fuel substantial, and the clearances of general cargo quite equal to the best experienced. Shipments of coal and patent fuel 81,065 tons. Im- ports 9,032 tons, exports 94,301 tons, iktwl tctal trade 103,336 tons, compared with 111,758 tons the preceding week, &rid 104,253 tons the corresponding week last year. Shipments of ooaj 59,589 tons, patent fuel 21,476 tons, and tixtplates. iron, steel, etc., 13,239 tons, the latter &i Sveden, Norway, Denmark, Holland, Belgium, France. Portugal, Spain, Far East. and home ports. Shipments of tinplates 84,032 boxes,* and receipts from w-orb 87,052 boxes. Stock« in the <tock warehouses and vans 212,087 boxes, compared with 209,067 boxes fhe precwling week, and 141,820 boxes at tnil date last: 3,r.. Tonnage is dn* to load general cargo for Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Nantes, Bor- deaux. Lisbon, ports on the Danube,$»• Eftsfr. 4\ South Amejric» ■