SALES BY AUCTION. 1 ■ — ■ ■ :First Series. RIVERSIDE WHARF, PRINCE OF WALES DOCK, SWANSEA. I HIGHLY IMPORTANT SALE of well-designed Diesel Engines, Motors, Electrical Equipment, Ventilating, Heat- I ing, Pumping and Air Compressor Plant and Machinery ex-German Submarines, a great deal of which was manufactured as late as 1916 by well-known. Teutonic Firms, is mostly in the first-class condi-I tion that would he expected from the highly dangerous and delicate nature of under-water navigation and fighting, and should interest Industrial concerns of all kinds as well as Shipbuilders. The Sale forms th first of a Series that will be continued as further Sub- marines are dismantled and broken up during -the next few months. MESSRS. John M. Leader and Son "'Are instructed by The Shipbreaking Co., Ltd., Swansea, to SELL by AUCTION, at the RIVERSIDE WHARF,- SWAN- SEA, on TUESDAY, the 9th dav of DECEMBER, 1919, at 11 a.m., the Valu- able I Submarine Equipment, Which roughly comprises:— I 66 MOTORS of various types, fixed and variable speed | from i to 90 h.p., 110/170, 200 and 210,300 V.; 14 COMBINED MOTOR GENERATING SETS up to 228 K.W., each in pairs; 15 Motor-driven Fans and Starters oom- plete, 5} to 11 h.p.; 3 TURBO-BLASTS and MOTORS, 50- 110 h.p.; 8 Motor-driven Oil Pumps, 6-14/17 li.p.; 2 Combined Fans and Water Circulating Ilunips, motor driven; 13, Ballast. Bilge, Circulating, Reciprocating, and Plunger type Pumps and Motors; Centrifugal Circulating Pump, 85 gals. per minute, and 4/6.5 h.p. Motor; 75 B.H.P. ROBEY ENGINES; 60 H.P. PETROL DRIVEN PUMP (new), 25 TRANSFORMER SETS; 4 AIR COMPRESSORS; 4 Stage-forced Lubrication, Circulating Pumps, Re- ceivers and Air Cylinders with Motors from 21 to 80 h.p.; SMALL COMPRESSORS; GENERATORS; Reciprocating Water, Main Ballast, Trim- ming, Oil and Bilge Pumps; Enclosed Fans; Armature Cooling Fans; 35 ELECTRIC HEATERS AND RADI- ATORS; SEARCHLIGHTS; Panels, Starters, Switches, Rheostats, Fuses, Auto Cut-outs, Reversible Startingf Switches, Regulators, Resistance Boxes, Meters, Indicators, Gearing, Battery Charging Switches, Fuel Oil Pump Gauges, Coupling Bolts, Distribution Boards, Portable Lighting Switch, Gyro Compass Motor Parts, Semi-Rotary Hand Pumps, etc., chiefly by A.E.G., Berlin; Siemens Schuckert, Berlin; Poge, Chem- I nitz; Brown Boverie; Heidnau, Dresden; Prehzahl, Gonz; Schwartz-hopffe, Amag- Hilpert, Nurnberg; Sleideilau, Dresden; Fried Krupp, Kiel; Bergman. 1,000 H.P. 2 CYCLE DIESEL ENGINE (Condition as new); 50 10 TONS CHAIN BLOCKS & FA ALUS May be viewed on production of Cata- logue six days prior to Sale. Catalogues of the Auctioneers, 46, Waterloo-street, Swansea. Tel., 929 Cent. (2 lines). Telegramis: "Leading, Swan- sea. (3200). Preliminary Announcement. IMPORTANT SALE OF CONTRACTORS PLANT. MESSRS. John M. Leeder and Son Are instructed by Messrs. Topham, Jones and Railton, Ltd., to Catalogue and SELL by AUCTION, at their PLANT DEPOT, CRUMLYN BURROWS, SWANSEA, in JANUARY NEXT, a Large Quantity of Plant and MachinerYJ roughly comprising:— .Vertical Cross Tube and Multitub-ular BOILERS up to 100 lbs. pressure; STEAM TRAVELLING GRAB GOLIATH OVERHEAD DERRICK & STATIONARY- CRANES from 4 to 10 tons, by Priestman Bros., J. H. Wilaot and Co., Booth Bros., and Thoa. Smith and Sons; Concrete Mixers; 4 Ton Cable way; Boring Gear; Block Lifting Gear; Bear Punches; Con vevor; HORIZONTAL STEAM ENGINES, from 40 to 156 h.p.; 41, 23 and 35 h.p. OIL ENGINES; Hauling or Winding Engines; CROMPTON DYNAMO, 600 volts, 20 amp., with Switchboard; i No. 3 Sturtevant Fans with Sheet Piping and Fittings, Bin. to lgin.. diameter; r Grabs; Grindstone; large Wakefteld Acety- lene Lamps; No. 3 "Wells" Luciger f Lamps; 5 Cornish type Vertical Pumps by Evans; CENTRIFUGAL and other STEAM PUMPS by Tangyes, Bailey and Gwynne; Hand Pumos; 2 PILE DRIVERS; Skips; Scrap Iron; Trollevs; Pullevs; 5 STEAM WINCHES; Pneumatic Rivetter; Hiin. Log Saw frame; Drilling Machines; 29 end tip Wagons lilyd.; 6 side tip Trams; 30—60 c.f. M.G. Wagons; Winding Gear; various Machine Parts; SENTINEL & I,EYIJA ND" 5 TON STEAM WAGONS. Catalogues may in due course be ob- tained of the Auctioneers, 4(i, Waterloo Street, Swansea. (3203). COUNTY BOROUGH OF SWANSEA. For Occupation or Inv^CSttient. John M. Leeder and Son liave received instructions to SELL by AUCTION, at the HOTEL METROPOLE SWANSEA, on MONDAY, 8th DECEM- BER, 1919. at 3 p.m., the Valuable Detached Copyhold Residence Standing in its own Grounds, and known as SHORTLANDS," MUMBLES. Situate in a most central, and Secluded Position, and Commanding Views of Swansea Bay. Also Freehold Residence, No. 34, BRYN-ROAD, SWANSEA, Facing South, on a tram route, and most conveniently placed for Stations or town. POSSESSION ON COMPLETION. Further particulars may be obtained of Messrs. R. and C. n. Jenkins and Lloyd, Solicitors, 4, Fisher-street, Swansea, or the Auctioneers' Offices, 46, Waterloo- street, Swansea. GREEN, THE BRYN, near SKETTY GREEN, In the County Borough of Swansea, Glamorganshire. By the direction of the Trustees of the late T. Eden, Esq., deceased. Important Sale of Delightful Old-World Residence with Gardens, Pleasure Grounds, Paddock, and Accommodation Land, the whole comprising nearly 1S2 Acres, and known as THE B R Y N The Residence of the late Miss Emily Jiflen, which will oe. offered for Sale, with Vacant Possession on completion, by MESSRS. John M. Leeder and Son At an early date. Particulars and Conditions of Sale with Plans are in course of preparation, and may be obtained, with orders to view, of Messrs. Few and Co., Solicitors, 19, Surrey-street, Strand, W.C. 2, or of the Auctioneers, at their oflices, W aterloo- street. Swajic-w- i SALES BY AUCTION. SWANSEA. Sale of a Delightfully-Situate Residence, I commanding Views of the Bay and within a few minutes of the Trams. John M. Leeder and Son Have received instructions to offer for SALE by AUCTION, at the HOTEL; METROPOLE, SWANSEA, on WED NESDAY, DECEMBER 3rd, 1919, at 3.30 p.m., the Freehold Semi-Detached Residence, Known as THE UENDRE," 96, EATON GROVE, SWANSEA, with possession on completion of the purchase. The accommodation comprises: Dining- room, Drawing-room, Breakfast-room, Chna Pantry, Cloakroom, Kitchen, Back Kitchen, Larder, Lean-to Laundry and W.C. On the First Floor—Bathroom, W.c. and 5 Bedrooms. On the Second Floor-2 Bedrooms. Gas Fires, Electric Light and ']'f> le- phono are installed. There is a Well-laid-out Garden, with Terrace; Fowls-house, Chicken Coop, and a Portable Tool-house. Particulars and Conditions of Sale and Orders to View may be obtained of Ed- j ward Harris, Esq., Solicitor, 9, Fisher- street, Swansea; or of the Auctioneers, 46, Water loo-street, Swansea. (3201) SWANSEA AUCTION ROOMS. IMPORTANT SALE of EXPENSIVE, WELL-MADE BEDROOM SUITES, DINING ROOM FURNITURE, CHAIRS, SETTEES in VARIOUS WOODS and COVERINGS. John M. Leeder and Son Will SELL by AUCTION, on WEDNES- DAY, NOVEMBER 26th, 1919, at 11 a.m., HANDSOME INLAID MAHOGANY BEDROOM SUITE, comprising 6ft. Wardrobe with curved front fitted 2 Hanging Cupboards, Drawers-and Shelves, Pedestal Dressing Chest fitted with Cheval Glass, Wash- stand—Marble Top and Mirrored Back (Swing Mirror centre), Pedestal and Three Chairs; ANOTHER INLAID 3 PIECE SUITE; A SATIN WALNUT BEDROOM SUITE; AN OLD MAHOCf- ANY WARDROBE, Lower part fitted Drawers, upper part Sliding Trays; Overlays; Commodes; FINE OLD SAnVED OAK AND MAHOGANY SIDEBOARDS; HANDSOME WALNUT SIDEBOARD; Well-Framed Dining-room Suite covered in Red Leather; Good Mahogany-Framed Suites ia Leather; Dining Tables in Ofik and Mahogany; Mahogany Frame Deal- Top Table (5 leaves), extends to 15ft.; Fumed Mahogany CHINA CABINET; OVERMANTELS; a Few Fine Oil Paintings; Decorative China; VALUABLE PIANOS- GRAND by BROADWOOD, UPRIGHT by BROADWOOD, UPRIGHT by G. HEYL, LEIPZIG, all in Rosewood Cases; Music Stool; Music Cabinet; Walnut and Oak China Cabinets; Hall Stands; Chef- fonieres; Card Table; Corner Cupboard; Gramophone and Records; 6ft. Dresser; Curtains; Books; Scales and Weights; Sewing Machines; Clocks; Occasional Tables; Telescopes in Cases; Fire Guard; Brass Fire Suites; and Sundry Miscel- lanea. Goods on View Morning of Sale. Messrs. JOHN M. LEEDER & SON BEG TO ANNOLNCE THAT NO MORE FURNITURE CAN BE RECEIVED FOR DISPOSAL AFTER THE 30th INSTANT. They find it necessary to extend their Office Accommodation, and must utilise the Sale Room for this purpose. A uctioneerst Offices: 46, Waterloo- street, Swansea. Preliminary Announcement. COUNTY BOROUGH OF SWANSEA. SALE of BUSINESS PREMISES, having Dwelling Accommodation, With Vacant Possession. GARAGE WTORKSHOP and YARD. Mr. Jno. Oliver Watkins F.A.I., P.A.S.I., Has been instructed to offer for SALE, at an early date, by PUBLIC AUCTION (unless Sold Privately):— 1-A DOUBLE-FRONTED SHOP known as No. 263, CARMARTHEN ROAD with Dwelling Accommodation compris- in- 3 Be d roDins, l? ing 3 Bedrooms, Kitchen, Sitting-room, Cellar, and the usual offices. There 's a Back Entrance in Pontvglasdwr-street. VACANT POSSESSION WILL BE GIVEN ON COMPLETION. 2.—GARAGE-SHOWROOM known as No. 261, CARMARTHEN ROAD, with Yard and Workshop at the rear, and having an Entrance from Pontyglasdwr- street. All of this Lot is well let and will prove an excellent Investment. The whole of the above Property is held for 99 years from 29th September, 1909, at a Ground Rent of £ 7 10s. Further particulars from the Auction- eer, at his Offices, 10 and 11, St. Helen's- road; or from D. O. Thomas, Esq., Solici- tor, 21, York-street, Swansea. BY ORDER OF THE OFFICIAL SOLICITOR. SALE OF VALUABLE LICENSED PROPERTY. Messrs. Isaac Edwards & Co. (Mr. ISAAC EDWARDS], in conjunction with Mr. F. A. PHILLIPS (Fellows of the Auctioneers' I .titute) Will SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION in the DUNRAVEN HOTEL, BRIDGEND, an TUESDAY, DECEMBER 9th, 1919, at 3 p.m. (subject to such Conditions as shall then and there be produced), all that LEASEHOLD Free Fully-Licensed Premises known as the SIX BELLS INN, GILFACH GOCH. The Hotel is in hand and carried on by a Manager; there being several act., vantageous features in connection with this Property which strongly commend it to a purchaser. The Premises are held for a term of 99 years from the 29th September, 18-14, subject to an Annual Ground Rent of £ 3 16s. lOd. Also, on the SAME DATE, in the SIX BELLS INN FILFACH GOCH, at 6 p.m. (in Single Lots), all those 10 Leasehold Cottages, known as 11 to 20, MAESTEG-ROW, GILFACH GOCH. These Premises are held for a term of 99 years from the 25th March, 1872, sub- ejet to an Annual Ground Rent of. tg 6s. 4d., and let to monthly tenants at rentals amounting yearly to L13 each. For further particulars apply to either of the Auctioneers, at their Offices, Bank Chambers, and Post Office, Chambers, Merthyr Tydfil, respectively; to Messrs. D. W. Jones and Co., Solicitors, Merthyr Tvdfil; or to the Official Solicitor, Royal Courts of Justice, Lottdgfj. W.C.g. SALES BY AUCTION. SWANSEA.. David Roberts and Son Will offer for SALE by AUCTION at the HOTEL CAMERON. Swansea, on MONDAY, 24th NOVEMBER, 1919, at 3 p.m., the Leasehold Shop & Dwelling- houses: Lot I.-Tlie SHOP and PREMISES, 33, KING EDWARD ROAD. Lot 2.-33, WESTERN STREET. Lot 3.-28, FABIAN STREET. Lot 1- 21, BALACLAVA STREET.— Sold. Lot 5.-11, SEBASTOPOL STREET. Lot 6.-27, SEBASTOPOL STREET. Lot 7.-170, PORT TENNANT ROAD. —Sold. Lot 8.-171, PORT TENNANT ROAD. —Sold. For details see Posters. Further particulars and Conditions of Sale may be obtained at the Offices of W. G. Christians, Esq., Solicitor, 20. Fisher- street, or of the' Auctioneers, 61, Wind- street, Swansea. UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY FOR INVESTORS. > Sale at Low Upset Price to Close Estate. David Roberts and Son Will offer for SALE by A UCTION, .t the HOTEL CAMERON. SWANSEA, on MONDAY, 24th NOVEMBER, 1919, at 3 p.m., the Leasehold Dwelling-houses: Nos. 21 to 28, LYNN STREET, 42 to 47, and 51 to 57, FERN STREET, CW??lB? ?, FERN ? STREET, CWMBWRLA. All the Lots will be Sold by way of Lease to be granted for a term of 500 years from 29th September, 1919, at the annual Ground Rent of 1:3 each. For detailed information see Posters. Further particulars and Conditions of I Sale may be obtained and Form of Lease may be inspected at the Offices of Messrs. Frank Thomas and Andrews, Solicitors, Llanfair Buildings, or of the Auctioneers, 61, Wind-street, Swansea. CARUARTHENSHIRE. AT CAPEL ISAAC AJSTD IN THE TOWN OF LLANDILO. MESSRS. Wm. & W. James, F.A.I. Are favoured with instructions from the various owners to OFFER for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the DRILL HALL, LLANDILO, on SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29th, 1919, a Compact and Desirable Freehold Property, called the LL W Y NPARTRIDGE ESTATE, comprising:— 1.—LLWYNPARTRIDGE FARM, 67a. Or. 21 perches, rent £ 110 inclusive. 2.—ITYN0NDAWEL FARM, 19a. lr. 18 perches, rent £27 incl usive. 3.—LLWYN LODGE, House and Pad- dock, la. Or. 12 perches, rent 0£3 10s. 4.—BRYNHYFRYD HOUSE, and Pad- dock, la. lr. 13 perches, rent t8 10s. in- elusive. 5.—LLWYNPARTRIDGE HOUSE and Paddock (now the Post Office), la. Or. 33 perches. T IIYWEL, Sniall IT<)I(Iing, 4a. G.-PANT HYWEL, Small Holding, 4a. 2r. 11 perches, rent ,£6 10:4 inclusive. 7-12.—Six FREEHOLD Modern DWEL- LING-HOUSES. 1-6, Brisken-terrace, R-hosmaen-strect, Lla-ndilo. 13.-TROEDYBRYN HOUSE (Semi- detached), Small Market Garden with fine Glass House, Llandilo. U. Two Freehold Accommodation Fields at New Inn, Llandilo, 8a. lr. 12 perches, with vacant possession. SALE TO COMMENCE PROMPTLY AT 2.30 P.M. Detailed particulars. Plans and Condi- tions of Sale may be had from the Auctioneers,. Swansea and Llangadock, or with reference to Lots 1 to 6 from Mr. T. H. Powell, Solicitor. LIandilo. and J. W. Paviitei- Reece, Esq., Solicitor, Aber- gele Lots 7—12, Messrs. Jeffreys and Powell, Solicitors, Brecon; and IJOts 13 to 14, Messrs. T. W. James and Com- pany, Solicitors, Swansea. HIGH PENNARD, GOWER. An Additional Outlying Portion of THE KILVROUGH ESTATE, comprising an area of 762 ACRES OR THEREABOUTS. MESSRS. James and James, F .A.I" Are favoured with instructions from Lieut.-Commander Lyons, D.S.O., to OFFER for SALE, at the HOTEL CAMERON, SWANSEA, on WEDNES- DAY, DECEMBER 3rd, 1939, the fol- lowing Valuable Freehold Farms and Choice Building Sites, (being portion's of the above Estate), viz.: "HIGHWAY "GREEN LANE, GREAT SOUTIIGATE," LITTLE SOUTHGATE," HABL," HUNTS," WIDBGATE," HIGH PENNARD," SUNDRY SMALL HOLDINGS, MARKET GARDEN FIELDS, COTTAGES AND GARDENS, and 36 of the CHOICEST BUILDING SITES in Gower, bordering the PENNARD GOLF LINKS and facing the sea Detailed particulars and Plans are in course of preparation, and may be had from the Auctioneers, 7, Goat-street, Swansea; Mr. T. E. Jenkins, Estate Agent, Kilvrough Estate Office, ParkmilL or from Messrs.Nicholson, Patterson and Freeland, solicitors. Queen Anne's Gate, Westminster. GOWER AUCTION MART. Reynoldston. TUESDAY NEXT, NOV. 25th, 1919. FAT CATTLE and SHEEP will be Sold and Allocated in accordance with the Live Stock Regulations. Store Stock hv Auction as usual. All Fat Stock to be at the Mart by 10 a.m. I Sale to commence promptly at 11 a.m. Messrs. JAMES & JAMES, F.A.I., Auctioneers. 7, Goat-street:, Swansea. Telephone: 172 Docks. AUCTION MART. 21, UNION STREET, SWANSEA (Opposite Mond Buildings). WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1919. Mr. H. C. Higman, F.A.I., Has received instructions to SELL by AUCTION, at the above address and date, Superior Household Furniture, principal items comprising -PIANO- FORTE, CARVED MARBLE TOP CHEFFONIER, Duchesse Pair, Letter Press, Mahogany and Oak Sideboards, Dining Room Suite, Sitting Room Suite, Overmantels, Whatnots, Cabinet Orna- ments, Pictures, Carpets, Rugs, Carved Oak and Walnut Hall Stand, Mahogany Dining Table, E.P. Goods, Stair Carts, Rods, OAK CHEST OF DRAWERS, Bedroom Suite, Walnut Bedstead, GENT.'S WARDROBE, Copper Wire Mattresses, Iron and Brass Bedsteads, Overlays, Ottoman, Beds, Kitchen I' Dresser (glam front), Chairs, Dinner and Tea Ware, Oildoth, Cutlery Child's Cot, Kitchen Utensils, and various useful effects. Goods on View Morning of Sale. T<yrm(s-r.CasS:lt. Sale At 11 0, M. SALES BY AUCTION. Astley Samuel, I F.A.I. AUCTIONEER AND VALUER, KING'S CHAMBERS, SWANSEA. SOLE AGENT For the undermentioned PROPERTIES: Block of Leasehold Houses in Recorder- street, Short Lease, Gross Rental £ 185 per annum. Price S5(tC. Freehold House in Sketty for Sale. Well built, two Reception Rooms, four Bed- rooms, Bath, etc., Wash-house, Conser- vatory. Vacant possession. Detached Houses with about an acre of land at Cockett. Fine Garden, Green- house. Lease 5t years. Ground Rent £ 4. Vacant Possession. Block of Offices in central situation for Sale. Early possession of greater part obtainable. Vacant Possession of House in St. Al- bans-road. Lease about 84 years. Ground Rent Yl -s. 6d. Price 1:950. Man&el Street. House and Shop for Sale. Freehold. Immediate Possession. For Sale a Freehold Premises, together with the goodwill of a Grocery Business, Splendid positio nand connection. CASWELL COTTAGE, CASWELL BAY, MUMBLES. Mr. Arthur S. T. Lucas. Has been instructed by Miss G. H. D. Llewellyn, to SELL by PUBLIC AUC- TION, at the above address, on FRI- DAY, the 28th day of NOVEMBER, 1919, a Surplus Quantity of Household Furniture, AND OTHER EFFECTS, comprising:—Rosewood Case x .anofoite, Walnut Case Harmonium, and General Household Furniture. Goods on View Morning of Sale from 10 o'clock. Sale to coni?3ence at 11.30 in the forenoon. Terms: Cash. No Reserve. j For particulars apply to the Auc- tioneer, at his Offices, 6, Rutland-street, Swansea; and at Mumbles. Estbd. 1885. Tel. Central 230. (No. 1691). SALE of a LEASEHOLD DWELLING- HOUSE and PREMISES (with VACANT POSSESSION on COMPLETION) at MUMBLES. Mr. Arthur S. T. Lucas Has been instructed by Mrs. Phillips, the owner, to offer for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the MARINE HOTEL, MUMBLES, on THURSDAY, the 27th of NOVEMBER, 1919 (subject to Condi- tions of Sale), all that Dwelling-house, Situate and known as No. 2. SOUTH- END VILLAS (NOT No. 3, AS STATED ON THE AUCTION POSTERS), in the occupation of the owner.' The. follow- ing is the tce oiiiuio(ILtio ii -Gro,,ind Floor: Two Reception-rooms, Two Kit- chens and Offices; First Floor: Recep- tion-room, Three Bedrooms and Office; Second Floor: Large Front Bedroom and Back Bedroom. The house faces the Bay, and from the front windows Magnificent Uninterrupted Views of Swansea Bay and the Coast are obta inH ble. The Property is held on an underlease for a term of 99 years subject to the exceedingly low ground rent of t2). The Sale to. commence at 8 o'clock in the evening. For further particulars and inspection of the Property, apply to Arthur S. T. Lucas, Auctioneer, Rutland-street, Swan- sea, and at the Mumbles. Tel., Central 230. Estbd. 1885; or to Messrs. Meager and Harr;s, Solicitors, 15, Cactl-e- street, Swansea. Tel., Docks 379. (No. 1690) .RE €HAttLES DA VIES SETTLEMENT. SECOND SALE. Mr. Arthur S. T. Lucas Has been instructed by the Trustees under tii, Settlement to OFFER for SALE by P CP,LIC AUCTION, on TUESDAY, the 2nd day of DECEMBER (subject to Conditions of Sale), at the HOTEL METROPOLE, SWANSEA, the follow- ing Valuable Freehold and Leasehold Properties, all situated in the County Borough of Swansea:— FREEHOLDS.—Nos. 12, 13, and 14. Pot- tery Street; Nos. lti, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, and 23, Emma Street; Nos. 37, 38, and 39, Tontine Street; Nos. 12, 13, 14, and 15, Grove Street. LEASEHOLDS.—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, 40, 41, 42, 43, and 44 a shop, Scyborfach Street; Nos. 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, and 20, Marsdcn Street; Nos. 24, 25, 26. 27. and 28. Emma Street; No. 29 Carmarthen Road; Nos. 2, 3, and 4, Fuller's Row and the following Im- prover A^bound rnts secured by the following Propafc. /is:—Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5, Nichod PItace, now known as Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5, Walter Road, and Nos. 1, 2, 3. 4, 5, (5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12, Hall Terrace; and £ 14 per annum on the Victoria Coffee Taverm, Rutland Street. For further particudars atpply to Mr. Arthur S. T. Lucas, Auctioneer, 6, Rut- land-street, Swansea, and Mumbles; Estbd. 1885 Tel. Central 230; or to Mr. Arthur Stucley Lucas, of the same ad- dress, as Agent to the Trustees; or to Messrs. Gerrard and Anthony, Solicitors, 7, Sansome place, Worcester. Tel. No. 28. (No. 1692.) BRECONSHIRE. CRAIG-Y-NOS, SWANSEA VALLEY. Sale of a DESIRABLE FREEHOLD FARM. MESSRS. Stephenson and Alexander F.A.I.. Are instructed to SELL by AUCTION, at the CASTLE HOTEL, NEATH, on WEDNESDAY, the 26th Day of NOVEM- BER, 1919, at 3 o'cieck in the afternoon, the Desirable Freehold Farm, known as PWLLCOEDWG FARM, situato near to the Village of Dderi, in the Parish, of Glantawe, Breconshire, and containing a totiil area of 123 A. 0 R. 35 P. (or thereabouts). There is a good Stone and Slate Fairm- house, with ample Buildings, in good re- pair, and the whole is let to Mr. J. T. Watkins, upon an annual 25th March ten- ancy. The Shooting and Fishing Rights, which form a considerable attraction, are let to a separate tenant, and the whole of the Timber and Underwood, which is of con- siderable value, and the minerals, will be included in the Sale. The Farm lies close to Craig-y-No.s (Pen- wyllt Station), on the Naath and Brooon Railway, has Valuable Grazing Rights on Glyntawe Mountain, a-nd is adjacent to Abercrave, Ya.tradgynla;is, Pontardawe, and other important industrial centres. Particulars and Conditions of Sale, with Plan, may be obtained upon application to Msrs. Smith, Rundell, Dods, and Bockett, Solicitors, 9, John-street, Bed- ford-row, London, W.C.I; or from the !1._5, MODERN DENTISTRY. Perfectly Painless Enactions, 1/- Bears to 7 ONLY. Extractions Free when New Teeth supplied. 9a, CASTLE STREET, SWANSEA tOver Sovega)- Gweinyddes, yn medru Cymraeg, yn gwema. (WELSH SPEAKING 3SURSE IN ATTENDANCES I—I—M—naaB» SALES BY 0AUCTION. I BY. AUCTION. I' I Preliminary. J. Barron Pascoe, F.S.I., F.A.I., Has been instructed to offer for SALE by AUCTION, at an Early juate, the Valuable Dwelling House WITH VACANT POSSESSION, \o. 9, CHADDESELY TERRACE, SWANSEA. Also Nos. 62 and 03, WESTERN- STREET, SWANSEA. Auctioneer's Offices: 7, Gov.er-street, Swansea. Preliminary. "PENYRHEOL," SKETTY. J. Barron Pascoe, F.S.I., F.A.I., Has been instructed to SELL by PUB- LIC AUCTION, at an Early Date, at the above Address, the Whole ot the Costly Furnishings. Further particulars will appear hiUw Auctioneer's Offices: 7, Gower-street, Swansea. i — 3, BERNARD-STREET, UPLANDS, SWANSE A. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27th, 1919. J. Barron Pascoe, F.S.I., F.A.I., Has been instructed to SELL by PUB- LIC AUCTION, without Reserve, at the above Address and Date, the Surplus Household Furniture AND EFFECTS. Sale to Commence 6 at 11.1.5 a.m. prompt. j Goods on View Morning of Sale. Terms: Cash. Full particulars on Posters. Auctioneer's Offices: 7, Gower-street, Swansea. WHITESTONE HOUSE, WHITESTONE LANE, NEWTON, MUMBLES. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1919. J. Barron Pascoe, < F.S.I., F.A.I., Has been instructed to SELL by PUB- LIC AUCTION, without Reserve, at the above Address and Date, the whole of the Valuable Household Furniture AND EFFECTS. Sale to Commence at 11 o'clock prompt. Terms: Cash. Goods on View Morning of Sale. Full particulars on Posters. Auctioneer's Offices: 7, Gower-street, Swansea- 13, HIGH-STREET, ADJOINING ROYAL HOTEL, SWANSEA. To Provision Merchants, Butchers and Others. J. Barron Pascoe, F.S.I., F.A.I., Has been instructed to offer for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the above Address, on MONDAY, DECEMBER 1st, 1919, the Modern and Valuable Fixtures and Fittings Of a Pork Butcher, comprising:— Berkel's Bacon Slioer; Refrigerator; Sausage Machine by Gai-diner; Auto and other Scales and Weights; Pie Tables; Chopping Tables; Marble Slabs, etc. Sale to Commence at 3 o'clock p.m. prompt. Terms: Cash. On View Morn- ing of Sales. Auctioneer's Offices: 7, Gower-street, Swansea. AUCTION MART, -<- 3, 4 and 5, GOAT STREET, SWANSEA. To CHINA DEALERS, HOTEL PRO- PRIETORS, CATERERS, and the GENERAL PUBLIC. MESSRS. John F. Harvey and Sons Have b een instructed to remove from 10, PORTLAND STREET ,SWANSEA, the whole of the remaining Stock of Mr. BANFIELD (who is retiring from busi- ness), and to Sell same by PUBLIC AUCTION, on TUESDAY, WEDNES- DAY, THURSDAY, and FRIDAY, NOV. 25th, 26th, 27th, and 28th, 1919. The Stock consists of a large number of Dinner Services, Tea Services, Toilet and Trinket Sets, Glass Goods, Earthenware Goods, Glass and China Vases and Orna- ments, etc. The Goods are from the following firms: Wedgewood, Foley, Copeland, etc. Several Choice Lots of Art Ornaments, etc., will be offered on. Tuesday, 25th November. Sales Each Day at 2.30 p.m. prompt. Private Sales Each Day from 10 a.m. Terms—Cash. CROSS INN HOTEL, AMMANFORD. Messrs. J. Davies & Co. Will Sell by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the above place, on SATURDAY, NOVEM- BER 29th, 1919, A "Sunbeam" Motor Car, 16—20 Horse Power. To Seat 5 or 7 Persons, Privately owned, a.nd having done very little work during war time, and now in excellent running order. Would make a splendid Hiring Car. Trial Trips can be arranged on appli- cation to Messrs. Watkins and Blick, Llandovery. Sale to commence at 2 o'clock. Terms—Cash. Auctioneers' Offices: Llangadock, Llan- dovery and Llandilo. Preliminary Announcement. 21, LE BREOS AVENUE, SWANSEA. Edward Roberts and Son (R. G. Roberts. F.A.I. E. T. Roberts, P.A.S.I.) Will Offer for SALE BY AUCTION at an early date, the above Leasehold Residence WITH VACANT POSSESSION ON COMPLETION. Auctioneers' Offices: Llanfair-buildings, ] | St. iiLatX'Strc^t. Swansea,
For the Ladies. ￼ or ￼ ￼ ￼ ￼ Latest Hat Fashion. Oddnefs—when :t is not too marked—/ appears to be the measure of desirability I iu hats this season. 1 One such effect was produced through a. rim made of black velvet petals, quite obviously copied -from the style of the daisy, as the petals turned up at the end. The crown was soft and of satin ending in a knot at the side. NEWEST ORNAMENTATION. There is a strong tendency to effect a casual, careless appearance in the orna- mentation of a gown. Many frocks look as though they had a handful of trim- ming thrown on them, like confetti which stuck on the material where and how j.; could. An example is a full-blown roce at the hip. with a -sucoosiaion of petals falling the length of the skirt. SASHES AND BRACELETS. Black velvet ribbon eash<?«, 3in. wides are worn with taffetas and crepe do Chine dres»es. The length of ribbon is passed round the waist and loosely tied fit the left side. the ends falliig low on the 6krt. Bracelets made of narrow black velvet ribbons are again fashionable. These may be simpv tied in a neat bow or fastened with an antique brooch or bucke. I THE FASHTUNABLE COIFFURE. It is curious to notice the present dny- craze in Paris for Red-brown hair, wrh(' 1. V. W. A little while ago everyone was trying to achieve a cold gold-brown effect; but now we are in love with things that are warm and rich in colour. In any case pale gold hair—unless absolutely natural—is out of the running, and happily, we liave got far away from the artificial-looking mahogany tints. Be sure and put your hair in silk curl. ing rags in order to wave it, instead oi I' waving-pins. The soft, natural curl it the correct thing this winter, and it can be easily achieved in l rags. Keep th< hair light and silky by constant washing and brushing, and then comb out the curls and dress the hair close to the lioift with the aid of a few good tortoise-shell or jet' pins Try hard to obtain a simple and natural result.
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Children's Corner. BY UNCLE JOHN Quite a family budget to-day! Church-street, Gowerton.—Dear Uncle .Tohn,—I am very fond of the Children's Corner, and I read it very often. This is the first time for me to write to you, and am sending two jokes. A man went into a chip-shop and asked for three pennyworth of chips, and the woman eaid that the chips -were not ready. The man enquired how long would t. Oh! answered the woman, « they'll all be the same size." One day a soldier was going to fish and a farmer, living near by, saw him, and said: Can't you see the notie#? No pri- vate fishing?'" Yes, answered the Tommy, but I'm a corporal! Ivor Davies (age t.) Church-street, Gowerton.—Dear Undo John,—I take great interest in the Child- ren's Corner, so I am tendng you a few riddles for the first time What is that which goes with a car- riage, comes with a carirage, it is of no use to the carriage, and yet the carriage cannot go withoul; it?-A noise. Why is butter like a cowardly soldier? —Because as soon as it is under fire it runs away. Which travels the quickest, heat or cold ?—Heat, because you can catch a cold. What is the difference between Noah's Ark and Joan of Arc?—One was made of wood and the other was Maid of Orleans. From your niece, Gwen Davies (age 12). But here's a Skewen contributor with poetry, so we must read it:— Bryn Glas, Wem-road, Skewen.-Dear Uncle Jolm,-I am sending you a few riddles and poetry. When is a soldier not half a soldier ?- When he is in quarters (headquarters). When is a elephant like a brick?— When they both can't climb a tree- Though sunshine without on the garden is glowing; Though soft from the tree comes the song of the bird; The young heart is held by that spell Prot throwing A light. on the soul from the grace 01 the word. WTien limbs have grown weary, when accents will falter, And time has brought sorrows too- keen to forget, We turn to the promise no ages can alter, And find in that promise a balm for I regret. I Your loving nephew, Ogwin Lloyd (ago 9).