Collection Title: Cambrian Daily Leader
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I pHtPA anD 1.í}Ii,. ':1- Britain's Motto should be YOUR Motto. J Be prepared for colder weather! I Get a '■ • ■■■_ ■[ j [Î (j; Then you'll save money and get the Best Overcoat Style. JET I! 5? REM?S /?i ?' ,( ? Our Overcoat prices are 15 per cent. beIo,v their usual 1 A low standard this Autumn. f J?j ? This will help our customers ??7 ? to effect small economies ?? r ? during the war. No Germans Employed! \I The New Grey Cur! 25/- ? jff Overcoat. To me;sure t h Jf\ Double Breasted @Q/- Raglans Tomeire ?M ? ?? ?? Grey Cheviot Overcoat, ??/?! 'i' J ? Velvet CO?ar- Tomeire 'New Autumn Suitings 35/ I 0\\ 1,\ USSp^a if>>Vy\\ tVj\ To measure I ?' Remap Blue Ser?e 35/- !j NEW AUTUMN STYLES Suit To measure, S WA NSEA'S SMARTEST TAILOR. I HEN BY IA WREN CE heretofoie called ajici known by the name of HENRY LIEBNITZ cf 6 Bay View Saint Thomas Swansea Master Mariner HEREBY GIVE PUBLIC NOTICE th:.t on the 22nd day cf October 1914 1 formally and absolutely Ie- nouncpcl relinquished and abandoned the use of my said surname Liebnitz and then assumed and adopted and determined thenceforth on all occasions whatsoeTer to use and subscribe th,, name cf Lawrence insteadicf the said name of Liebnitz. AND I GIVE FURTHER NOTICE that hy a Deed ran dated the 22nd day of October 1314 duly osccuted and attested autl about to be enrolled in the Central Office of the Supreme Court I formally and absolutely renounced and abandoned the said surname of Liebnitz and declared that I had assumed and Adopted and intended thenceforth upon all occa*v>ns whatsoever to use and tub- scribe the name of Lawrence instead of Liebnitz and so as to he at all times there- after called known and described by the name ci Lawrence exclusively. Dated the 22nd day ci October 1914. HENRY LAWRENCE late Henry Liebnitz. WANSET TOTAL ABSTINENTE SOCiETY o UNEVV RAGGED SCHOOL). GOSPEL Temperance Meeting TG-MORROW (Saturday) EVEN INC. Chairman—Mr. HGP&1N MCTRT (Maneelton).. pE G. W. HICKS (Hated). GRAND MUSICAL PROGRAMME. Accompanist: Hiss GERTIE THOMAS, R..A.M. (A.QA » To Commence at 8. Collection. Everybody Invited. V E T 0 H F I ELD. ￼ ￼ SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1914. ?A8ERl!LLEeT CBERT!LlER!. I SWANSEA TOWN. I KICK-OrF-.3.30. A SIXPENCE. ? ?EEP THE FLAQ PLY?C ? AND THE C GARDEN GAY. ) NOW IS THE TIME TO PLANT } i Bulbs & How8? Roots ) C?talogu? Gratis and Post Free. £ i ?L?&?ERmNSI8N,? d ;?:;p:.wansea. ? Telephone—567 Central. J ? ?\?????\????\?????/?\?? i ACCIDENT'AT CWMFELIN. ] Jack Sharp, a la.d employed at Cwm- ■ fclin Tinworks, met with a serious acci- dent whilst following his employment. It appears that a truck-load of tin sheets fell on him, breaking his left leg. The motor ambulance conveyed him to the hospital, where he was in a critical con- dition. Inquiries on Thursday show that -4i8 condition has considerably improved. SWANSEA HUSBAND'S ARREARS. At Swansea on Friday, Evan Davies (67), described as a canvasser, was brought up in respect of arrears to the amount cf £ 13 4s., in the maintenance of Lis wife Sarah Davif". Mrs. Davies stated that 'he had not .seen her husband for 11 months, and had .laken out a warrant against him on Juno j 2Gih. She did not W¡!l to ure,n7. the LaF""j 9 The Bench aHa.red th case to he with- ùawn on payment of the co6ts. ffjjfi uuB.i,.■ i. Mirmngfjjit&segaswiinm mm ■■■■■ i My Moil's Sauce I Large Bottle 2 id. ( t Delightful Sauce and lots of it for < t the money. Of all Grocers and Stores. Sfie M*kert—Blanch's, St. Peter St., Cardiff. ? <- ?"°
BEYHOrrS NEW ROLE f 1
BEYHOrrS NEW ROLE f ROOBY HALF-HALF SCORES FOR THE | SWANS An interesting experiment was tried by I the S-,vaiis at Mardy on Thursday. They played Ben J3eynon, the All A,Vliit.es' clever outside-half in the centre-forward j position, and he scored two gnals-one in "itch half. Beynon used to play Association foot- ball in the Swansea League. He gave the game up for Rugby a couple of years ago.
A CBAiilYlttC RESPONSE I
A CBAiilYlttC RESPONSE. I To the Editor. Sir.—In response to the appeal I mode I' in your newspaper for funds to defray the cost of ward suits for wounded sol- diers in Swansea Hospital, it gives illef great pleasure to say that sufficient money has now been received to defray the whole cost, and for which, as well as i tor the kind offers of making, I beg to I return my most grateful thanks. My best thanks are also due to the local press, without whose help it would have been impossible to accomplish so much in the short time. The following ladies have kindly offered to make up the garmentsMrs. Talbot Riee. lrs, T. J. Davies (Morris- tori), Mrs. E. P. Jones. Mrs. F. G. rer- kins, Mrs. Hardie, Mrs. Watkin Davies. Mrs. C. W. IVel, Mrs. Edgar Eeir, Mrs. Maries, Mrs. Begg.—Yours, etc.. J. C. Ehworth. Brunswick Flouse. [The additional (and final) list of donations will be given to-inorrow.]
LATE MR T P RICHARDSII
LATE MR. T. P. RICHARDS. I The funeral rlf Mr. T. P. Richards took pla,ce this (Friday) morning, leaving the deceased 's residence, M^?s-yr-Haf. Sketty- road, Swansea, at 11 a m. for Mumbles Cemetery. The mourners included Mr. T. P. Rose Richards (son), and Miss Rose Richards (daughter). Sir lid. and Lady Redmayne and Mrs. Rose Richards (daughter-in- law) Mr. Hugh Bellingham, Dr. Begge, Messrs. Stanley Cook, W. Turpin. Alec Moffait, Ivor Jones, W. Kellahan, A. W. Balden, LI. Daniels, W. Harris, and Conybear, and Mr. lliilh, the deceased gentleman's gardner. An extra 'carriage was evaded with wreaths. The Rev. the Hon. V. Talbot Rice, M.A., officiated, and the arrangements for the funeral were in the hands of Messrs. D. C. Jones and Sons, Castle- square, Swansea.
DUKE OF ROXBURGHE WOUNDED I
DUKE OF ROXBURGHE WOUNDED. I The Dnke of Roxbnrg'be, of the Scots I Greys, has been wounded at the front. An intimation has been received at Floors Castle on Wednesday that hi3 wounds are not dangerous. ￼ i
OIL TANKS ABLAZEI
OIL TANKS ABLAZE. I A fire occurred on Wednesday night at I the large oil tanks belonging to the Anglo- American Oil Co., and situated near New- bride, on the road to the Currag-li Camp. The flames could be seen for miles round, and as the several tanks exploded there were reports like the firing of cannon. Up- wards or one thousand gallons of oil were burnt.
For the year ended January 11th last the amount available for payment to chemists under the Insurance Act was <-147,739, which was equivalent to about 95 per cent, of the total amount of ac- counts as submitted by them and allowed for payment.
m TELEPHONE, CENTRAL 31C. ESTD. !859. If GODrff' t:w ,;1 GOD. 'å.lrJS | IGfSQSlt A < œrn-I¡ L -OF- r,?,F? A D E ? ER!TiSH MADE 1 PIANOS & ORGANS. | ? Many !nstruments Reduced B ?jj 25 per cent. B ? All Instruments Guaranteed I ? in Perfect Condition. gf| Catalogues ??? Full Particulars Post Free. Hj a GODFREY & Co., td., | ^fLl 22, St. Helen's Road, Swansea. g 2219 per Ton Delivered, i ( GARW VALE LARGE OR COBBLES. -LL.. _.0__ DAVIE & COm, Cash Coal Merchants, 32, F'isher Street, Swansea. Telephone, 10 Central, | | | Grand "CAKEOItIA" Prize Competition Hundreds of CasyN- prizes from £ 10 to 1/ I a A Prize for every Competitor. I i Particulars of the Competition and the Cakeoma Recipe I i ef«KiCT'p8, Book, containing over 100 recipes for Cakes and Puddings, I hee on request by postcard to Latham & Co. Ltd.. Liverpool. I| SAVE YOUR EMPTY "CAKEOMA" BAGS, AND 1 I ^JMaKy ASK YOUR FRIENDS TO GIVE YOU THEIRS, i ME I 5 (Insure your Hat against rain If a hat is worth wearing it is worth taking care of. A single shower may"ruir it absolutely. A good stylish umbrella is boti i an ornament and a protection. It is the mos; [practical form of hat insurance there is-if it" a "Kendall". The umbrella with a guarantee n "??n? tM Umbrellas are good all t/trou? i m&k -Handle, slick, frame, cover—everything is o f the bs. "Kendall's" hai?e a 50 W* years' reputation to keep up, and no umbrella leaves the factory unless it is fit 8 to maintain that reputation. For an umbrella that combines ncntnrss and style, with Strength aLd good service, go to Kendall's—the largest retail manufacturers. KENDALL UMBRELLAS SWANSEA: 16, Temple Street j (Opposite Ben. Evans CAftOJFF: Duko-street Arcade. PONTYPRIDD: 83. TaS-street. !An |ilk Umb?))?. 15 « Umhr?? ?f-??red ETLpclipsfl fjmal.l folding, ?"'? ?? 1 St.IT 6 tor Ladies and Gent- Repairs of all kinds Send ??'?' A- "'?.?? Catalan' a»i /'4; ?'?'
BIRiHS, MARHIAGES. AND DEATHS. DEATHS. JONES.—On October 22nd. at D?rlwyn. Mor- ns ton, Ker. W. Emlyn Jones. Funeral Monday. 26th inst., at 1.60, for Mynyddbaoh (gentlemen omy;. No flowers. MATTlt?WS.-On Oct. 20'h, at 17, Eue de I'AfiRonapt^on, Paris, Jane Jenkins ?>lAt.thews. sister of R. J. Matthews, Eaton Grove, Swansea. SIMS— On October 22. at 18, FA-ereley-road, Sketty, Edward Sussex, beiove(I husband of Sims. Funeral October 24tli, 5.0 p.m.. for Dajiygraiar. (Gentlemen only). HicaA.RDS.-On Monday. 19th October, at Maes-yr-half," Swansea, Thomas Picton Eicliards. J.P., in his 92nd year. THANKS FOR SYMPATHY. LLOYD.—-Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd desire to thank the numerous friends lor their kindness shown them in their c3ed and sudden bereavement in the loss of a loving child; also for the beaniiful tioral tributes sent. IN MEMORIAM. BBOMFIEl.n,— !n loving memory of my dear husb^nj, James EcJward Bromfield, of 20, Vernon-rtract, Hafod, who passed awsy 25rd October, 1912.From his sorrow- ing wife and 1.4mily. v Sofily n.t nigiit the stars are gleaming, Upon a silent grave; Where there &leei>e?t, without dreaming, One we loved and could not save, j TAYLOR, jn ever loving memory of Wil- ):am H. Taylor, the deariy bslnvod hus- band of Taylor, Hopkin-terrace, Brynhyfryd, who passed away Oct. 23rd, 1912. We think of him in silcnce, No eye- may see us weep; But treasured in our inmost heart, His loving memory keep. From his loving wife, mother and father.
WREATHS, BOUQUETS, &c., by I I K I T L E Y 'S, THE SPECIALISTS iN ALL FLORAL DESIGKS, CHEAPEST AND BEST HOUtiE FOR GLASS WREATHS. OPPOSITE NATIONAL SCHOOLS. OXFORD STREET, SWANSEA. (Tel, 21y Central.; ALEXANDER JOHNSTON, The Mo?t Up- to-date Florist in Swansea. WREATHS, j j BOUQUETS, and other FLORAL DESIGNS arranged in the Latest London Style.-27, j OXFORD-STREET, SWANSEA. Telephor-e: 567 Central. TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION. r^ j.EuNERAL Servant Wanted immediately.— —? Mrs. Davies, Station Inn, High street, I&ra, Dav ie,,?, ;St.ation lDn, -H-Igli?st,re?et, Swansea. 207A10-26 yi'ANTED, a comp'etent, Working e,hanlc, well up in ail branches of coHiery work.—Apply, with refercnc", stat- ing age, wages, and experience, to Box 4. Po?t Ofncc. N?ath. AC1?29 OR SALE, House near Railway Station, Land-ore, wiMi possassion; sis rooms.- | Hood, House and Estate Agent, Goat-street, a i, gea. \/fWANTED, one good Working Mechanic, I used to colliery work.—Apply, with te^tiinoniaia, to Box L.17, leader Oibce, (Sv/ansea. 207A-0-29 1OST, a Yonng- Bialli a:id White Collie II Dog; answcrahla to the name "Bruce." -Finder rewarded on applying to No. 69, BrymLmman-rocI. Lower Brynamma-n, 207A10-26 /^ROCERS. — Experienced Assistants G Wanted well up, all-round.—Levies and Co., Bo ro' S'oies. Swansea. 207A10-26 "\S7"ANrsb, immediately, pmart Errand Boy; opportunity for learning butter tr,ade.-AI)pl- If,,iypole Dairy Co., Ltd., 283, Oxford-et raet, Sw a nt-e-a. rj"^0 LET, desirable Dwelling-house; hot a.nd cold water, and every convenience.— Apply Z, Danygraig-roed, St. Thomas' 206 A10-26 "VV^ANTED, educated Youth for Colliery Ofiice; ohorthatul-typcwt iting; pre- vioua. expe-rience essential.—Box L.18. Leader Office. S\varuiea. 2C6A10-26 Tl^A-NTBD, at once, a good all-round Col- liery Pumpman, orJ.f' thoroughly ex- perienced with electric turbine and t-hre-, throw pumps.—Apply either to B. Thomas and Son* Cae Railey," Mount Pleasant; or to Maflager, Cwmllynfell Colliery, Gv.yr:. Mid. R-ly. AC!0-29 (i ROČKRY Junior.-Wanted, ø,re,pecta.blè ? Young Man, able to spe??k W?h; gtat.g wages; out-door.—Griffith Jones, 1, Waasail- Kquare, 8wf1nf!-81l. 207A10-26 ,i(j(i-l:R !WÖ\l.s! Wool; !-Vt, Fl?nnel- ett.1' Jght(,!ress, Ladi?a' Underwear, Divided Knicks, Corsets, Aprons, (>nva,s and Flannel Aprons in great variety.- WayV, St. 36 mHT-T ESl i NG for Speutaclew by exact Scientific Methods. Hutchins-Etchelk?, F.B.O.A., Spe-cialist in Sight, Testing and Spectacle Fitting Swansea. 2C7A10-29 Gwynne H. Brader's Announcements. f* A 10ci.—Second hand Pia no, by London ￼ 4mak-"i,; fine tone and quality; iuut beginner; bargain.—Gw.vnne H. Brader, 17, Heathtield-etieet, Swansea. AC10-26 ?'r? Ite. Mirror, Top Organ, by Carpen- iw-L ? ter, "nit private house ,? p?ac? of worship, very powerful tone; great, bargain. —Gwynne H. Brader, 17, Heathfield-street, Swansea. AC10-26 COLLARD and Coilard Piano, in handsome satin wcwc, case, vevy fine tone and quality; bargain, L27 10s.—gwynne H. Bra.der, 17 Heathfield-st-reex, Swansea. < AC10-26 David Roberts' Announcements. T 0 LET, Lo-ck-up Shop at Sketty; good position on main road; immediate 1)0<>- &ession; moderate rent. TWO Stores or Workshops to L?t at Sketty; — easy access fromtmain road; suitable for as Garage; immediate possession; very low rsnt. j1",OR SALE or to Lat, in Walter-road, con- ) venient House containing eight rooms, bath, ek.; immed ia-t.e posaeeciMi. PPI;-to-M:D;Ü¡R0-bel;t. House ?nd ?? K?:a.te Agent, 19. Hea?thBeIdf-trMt, CIO-29, OtiGk, Son&Pinker Ij LIMITED The Great Music Stores, J BATH & BRISTOL, I have decided for the i II convenience of their t numerous customers, l to open t A Branch Business ———— AT 251, Oxford Street, II SWANSEA. i —— A Specially Seledrd Stock of NEW MODELS OF PIANOS & PLAYER-PIANOS will be on view on Saturday, the 24th inst. when tIle new premises j will be formally opened. Inspection is CofdiaSy Invited I TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION. XIrANTED, good >Sec«Ed-band Furniture, Antiques and Ud China.—Phone %1} Central or p.c. to T. L^iU'entx:, 64, Oxforrt- .5tr«et (corner of RicliQa-dAin-s-.rieet will en- sure attention. Buyers will find gcoci stock t0 select from. C07A10-29 Edward Roberts & Son's Announcements B USI-NESS Premises to Let., situate 261. Oxford-street.—Apply Edvi ard Roberts and Son, Auctioneers. Llanf.^ir Building-, St. Mery-street. Swansea. 207A10-29 /"?A-E-MAWR. MORRiSlON.?-Hor Sale.' Two I j? ? 8emi-lbtachcd DwelMag'-hot.-e?; ?-) } years' iea.e.—Apply Edward Rc?erte. and and Son, Auctioneers, Llanfair Buildings, St. WOODLANDS-TERRACE.-F,or Sale. -L—' with immediate pos^eseron, the above Lea.sehold Dwelling-nouse.—Apply Edward Roberts and Son, Auctione.irs, Llanfair Buildings, St. Mary-street, Swansea. 2-07 A 1 0.29 Ci.Y:M D E rT HAS CYMMPOEIOX ABERTAWE. T raddocli r DARLITH NOS FAWRTH NESAF, HYDREF 27ain, am 7.45, Yn y LLYFRGELL GYHOEDOUS, ar "GLASYN YS," Gaix y Parch. T. C. LEWIS. LLA4NS,A3ALET. Mynediad i meivn yn rliad. Croesaw j i)aia b. QOWER RURAL DISTRICT COU-NC T" TO CONTRACTORS AND OTHERS. The above-named Coua-il INVITE TEN- DERS for WIDENING OIRTAJN PORTIONS of the ROA-1) leading from TKREE CBOSSES to DUNVAKT. The work will include the removal of the present fence* excavation soil, i.uilding mortar walls banked on top with earth and planted with quicks; also providing and laying ballast and metalling, and any other necessary work. | Plans may be seen at thete Offices on I Tuesday, the 27th instant, between the hours of 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. f Specifications, Quantities, and Forms cf Tender can he obtained here after the 26th 1 inrAani. on paymciKt .e? 1?.. which wdl be returned on reccipv, of a bona Sde tender. Tenders must be ?a?ed. a)? marked "DHnyant Road." and must be delivered ?tt the Council's Offices at, the undermentioned j address not later than 5 p.m. on Monday, the 2nd November. J9t!4. The Co'uncil do not hind themselves to j accept the lowest or any Tender. ] Dated this 2211d day of October. 1914. H. J. IND (Olerk). Central Buildings, Fisher-street, Swansea. At a sitting appointed yestc»:day for the ex-urination of Lord Edward Fitzgerald, the Official Receiver said he understood that the debtor was inIndia. -Mr.