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"Wishes" :HkA i?  /?   "THE RAGLAN. will not keep you warm. A sudden change. Frosty mornings. A fall of snow. Then you "wish you had bought an OVERCOAT. Rare value and superior style in Overcoats undoubtedly accounts for the demand at rALMmLR S i The Swansea Tailor. Over 20 years' reputation for reliable value and the best style. We are showing RAGLANS, the most popular loose fitting style Overcoats, from 5 Gos. to 9 Goss Ready to wear or to measure. P ALMERS Swansea's Smartest Tailor 12, Castle St. G. R. MINISTRY OF MUNITIONS By Direction of the Disposal Board (TEXTILES, LEATHER AND EQUIPMENT SECTION) c; A SALE OF CIVILIAN CLOTHING A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY For DISPOSAL by TENDER, large quantities of LOUNGE SUITS AND IVERCUTS IN MINIMUM LOTS OF 25 ALSO A LARGE QUANTITY OF CAPS AND SOFT COLLARS [ (Minimum Lots of 50) (Minimum Lots of 200) All of Thoroughly Good Quality. TENDERS ARE INVITED FOR THE PURCHASE OF (1) 250,000 LOUNGE SUITS in grey and hrown Tweeds, blue Serges, etc. (includ- ing a small proportion of Standa rd Suits), in various sizes. (2) 76,000 OVERCOATS single-breasted fly front, principally in grey Cheviotb with a small percentage of brown and blue cloth (including a small pro- portion of Standard Overcoati ng in various sizes. (3) 110,000 CAPS, mostly in Golf Tweeds, assorted sizes and colours. (4) 92,000 SOFT COLLARS, in various materials, assorted sizes. Fuller particulars are given in the form of Tender, copies of which can be ob- tained on application to the Controller, D.B.3. bJ2, Ministry of Munitions, Grosvenor Road, London, S. W.1. (Telegraphic Address: Arconpim, London." | Telephone Victoria 3026.) Tenders are to be returned not later than 10 a.m. on the 26th, 27th and 28th November, 1919, for the caps and collars, overcoats and suits respectively, in the envelopes provided for the purpose. PARCELS WILL CONTAIN SIZES APPROXIMATELY IN PROPORTION TO THE TOTAL QUANTITIES 0 F EACH SIZE FOR DISPOSAL. Samples taken from the bulk can be seen at the Office of the Controller, D.B.3.b/2, Ministry of Munitions, Grosvenor Koad, Pimlico, S. W.I. City Ofhce, Ministry of Munitions Disposal Boaxd, iic>llaijd Hofise, &i, i3yry»; Street, St. Mary Axe, E.C.3, and also at the following Centres• ABERDEEN—Chamber of Commerce, 15, I Union Terrace. BAKNSTAPLE Chamber of Commerce. I Bridge End. BLJt AST-Central Stores Dept. Depot. Victoria Street. i BIKMliSGH-AM—M. of M Room 70, 111. New: Street. I BLA,CKBUR-N-Chamber of Commerce 4, Richmond Terrace BOLTON—Chamber of Commerce, 19, Hotel I Street. IMA.DFOILD-CB amber of Commerce, Brad- i ford Exchange. BRIGHTON—Chamber of Commerce, 64. Ship Street. BRISTOL-M. of M.. 3. Unity Street College Green. CAMBRIDGF-Chamber of Commerce, 9. Market h. OARDIFF-M. of M. Room. 43. Principality Buildings. CARLISLE—Chamber of Trade 14, Lowther Street. CORK—Chamber of Commerce, Commercial Buildings. COVENTRY Chamber of Commerce, Masonic Buildings. DOVER—Chamber of Commerce, 3, Market Square. DUBLIN—M. of M.. 124, Lower Bag trot Street. DUNDEFr-Flax Office. 10. Victoria Cham- 1 bers. EDINBURGH—A.D.O.S.. 22. North Bridge. XETER-Chamber of Commerce 17. Bed- ford Circus. GLASGOW—Pattern Room. M. of M. 250. 8t. Vincent Street. GT St. GRIMSBY-ohamber of Commerce and Shipping, 31. Cleethorpe Road. IIALIFAX-Chamber of Commerce, Harri- son Road. KULir-Cnajnber of Commerce, Exchange Buildings. KlfrDE&jiiNSXElR—Town Hall. LEEija—Gitamtfer of- Commerce, 26, Park Row. LEICESTER—Chamber of Commerce, 3, Uranby Street. LlMERiCK—Cnamber of Commerce. LIVERPOOL—Chamber of Commerce. jiAAC.tiLivJ.Eii Cotton Textile Offices, Danlee Buildings, spring Gardens. -NEWCASTJ^E—Ciiainber of Commerce. -NORWi,C.ti Chamber of Commerce, Oxford Place. NOT'iiNG.HA.lt — Chamber of Commerce, Eldon Chambers, Wheeler Gate. OLl>iiAAi—Chamber of Commerce, Oldham. PLYMOUTH—Chamber of Commerce. PORTSMOUTH—Chamber of Commerce, Prudential Buildings, PRUfS'iON, LANCS—Chamber of Commerce, 108, Fishergate. SHEFFIELD—Chamber of Commerce,Cutlers' Hall. SOUTHAMPTON—Chamber of Commerce. 6. Portland Street. SWANSEA Chamber of Commerce. I'UN'BRIDGE W HI ..La—Chamber of Com- merce, 1 and 2, The Broadway. WALSALL Chamber of Commerce. WARRINGTON—Chamber of Commerce, Market Gate Chambers. WIGA.Chamber of Commerce, Aroade Chamocrs. WOLVERHAMPTON—Chamber cf Commerce. WO;RC ESTKR—Chamber of Commerce, 19. The Foregate. The bulk can he inspected between the hours of 10 a.m. and 11.30 a.m. and 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. on any week-day, except Saturday, on presentation of the form of tender, as follows: FOR SUITS, OVERCOATS AND CAPS. The Ordnance Officer, Battersea I'arl:. London, .1. or the Ordnance Officer, Army Clothing Depot, Sweet, Street, Leeds. FOR COLLARS.—The Deputy Director of Clothing, Royal Army Clothing Department, Grosvenor Road. Pimlico, London, S.W.I. NOTE.—For Particulars of other Government Property for Sale, see "SUR- PLUS." price 3d.. at all Bookstalls; or by quarterly subscriptions of 2/ post free, payable in advance to the Director of Publicity, Mihistry of Munitions, Whitehall Place, London, S.W.I.

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