Teitl Casgliad: Cambrian Daily Leader
Sefydliad: Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru
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REGULAR ARMY. The Services of Patriotic Men ARE REQUIRED FOR THE DEFENCE of the COUNTRY DURING THE PRESENT WAR. WELSH GUAADS.—Men of 5ft. Tin. and above may still join this corps d'elits. ROYAL ARTILLERY.-All branches are open for Articifers only. RDYAL ENGINEERS.-Open for Sappers, Telegraphists, Telephonists, and Military Mechanists. A few Wheelers may be accepted from 19 to 45. Inclusive pay, 5s. per day plus Separation Allowances. INFA NTRY.-Men from 5ft. to 5s. 3in. can still be accepted for 18th Welsh. Men of 5ft. 2in. and above can join any unit they select, but men de- sirous of going to the Front early are advised to join the 3rd (Special R-eearve) Batt. The Welsh. Regiment. AflMY SERVICE CORPS.— Bakers are still urgently required. Wheelers under same condition as R.E. above. (H.T.) Horse Drivers from 40 to 45. Must be physically fit, able to drive a pair and be accustomed to care, etc., of horses. (M.T.) Motor car, motor lorry and steam lorry drivers should apply, with all certificates, ior full particulars. ARMY ORDNANCE CORPS.—Open tor Blacksmiths, Saddlers, TentmeadeBS, etc. ARMY VETERTNARY CORPS.—Men of 40 to 50 accustomed to horses may be accepted. For further information concerning above, also Royal Flying and other Corps, 4ppIT to- RECRUITING OFFICER, Union Street, Swansea. NOTE.—Intending recruits, found on preliminary .examination to be under chest measurement, are invited by he Y.M.C.A., Swansea, to undergQ a free course of gymnastic training, to develop themselves. RECRUITS URGENTLY WANTED. 3rd Welsh Reserve Field Ambulance. Men of good character, between the ages of 19 and 38, can now be enlisted. Height, 5 ft. 3 ins. Chest measurement, 33* ins. minimum. For full particulars, etc., apply to Officer Commanding. Depot, R.AM.C., Drill Hall, Swansea. G. R. RECRUITS ARE URGENTLY NEEDED BY THE 6th Battalion The Welsh Regiment. This fine Regiment was raised by the late Colonel Dillwyn in 1859 (known as 3rd G.V.R.), and has been associated with Swansea and District ever since. The late King Edward VII. wasHon. Colonel, and the Bat- talion took part in South African War and is at pre- sent doing DUTY in France. Young Men of Swansea, Neath, and other places in the neighbourhood are now called upon to come for- ward and do their share as Recruits are more urgently wanted to-day than ever before. Upon joining, men are billeted in private houses in the Town until transferred to the Battalion, or may be permitted to sleep home for this short period. Minimum height, 5ft. 2in, Minimum chest, 32in. Do you wish to be able to say yon offered to help your Country when she needed M £ J^( 9 Full particulars on application to our Recruiting Sergeants in the Town, at Drill Hall, Neath, or to OFFICER COMMANDING DEPOT, 6th Battalion The Welsh Regiment, Central Drill Hall, Swansea. i — AT STUD. I LIGHT Horee Breeding (Season 1915).—The Thoroughbred. Boards Premium Stallion, Dick Donovan, the property of Mr. Stein, St. Hilary, Oowbridge) travels the Western Part of Glamorgan. Fees, £1; grocxm, 2e. 6d. —Further patriculara can be obtained from nhe Owner; or E. T. Lloyd, West Houses Llantwit-Majoc, Cardiff. 75A6-5 AT sTu .-The well-known wire-haired Fox Terrier, Ohampion Wycombe Re- sult; win-nor of 10 championships; fee, £1 5,.s.-Apply Danysraig Kennels, St. Thomas, Swansea. C-TO VOICE PRODUCTION. HEX BY TVAIiBEET, Operatic Vocalist* Teacher of Voice Production and Sing- ing. "II bel caaito." Good vocal recul-to «nd r4wid progress guaranteed. Vacancies for Puptis. Terms moderate.-A,ddrees: 38. SlrafalfMr-terraoeb Swansea. PIANOFORTE TUNING. PIANQFORTB3, Organs and Player-Pianoe Tuned, 3e. 6d. hoot tone and touch fully restored. Repairs warranted five years.-lIerbert Strong, 37, OarlUm-terrace, and 3, GhrLatina-etreet. Tel. 245 Docks. (Latoo of GwYnne H. Bavvlees). 7SA6-4 PIANOFORTE TUNING, 3S. 6d.; recom- mendations from Dr. Torpin, Gladstone, an 1 Broadwood and SOtlh. Pianos from Becbstein, Hopkinson, Col lard, Brinsmead, etc.; Sale or Hire.-ctnrles Eadon. 63, Brunswick-street, Swansea. TC MISCELLANEOUS. M R. HUTCMINS-cfTCHELLS' Sight-Testing Methods are characterised by "effi- ciency in details" resulting in the produc- tion of Proper Olafwen. Fellowship Diploma British Optical Association (the Hall Mark of Efficiency in Advanced Sight-testing). A dkk-e free.-9. Portland-etreet, Swansea Market), 7S4'-4 "LEADER" CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS SCALE OF CHARGES. 20 WORDS an4 under—3 INSERTIONS -ONE SHILLING. PRIVATE NOTICES. Tiireo Ime:-tsoAs-OR' Shilling for 20 words, and 3d, extra for every 5 words more. LOST AND FOUND. Three lrSertions-Ons Shilling and Six- pence for 20 words, and id. extra fori every. 5 words more. BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS, IN MEMORIAM & SYMPATHY NOTICES. One Insertion-Two shillings for 20 words, and 6d. extra for every 5 words more. This scale does not apply to Advertise- ments from Corporate or Publie Bodies, Bankruptcy or Liquidation Notices, Sales' and Let by Tender. 1 HEAD OFFICE- LEADER BUILDINGS, SWANSEA. Telephones: 1234 Central (Eleven Lines). Telegrams: Leader, Swansea." LONDON OFFICE- 151, FLEET STREET, E.C. Telephone: 2276 Central. LLANELLY OFFICE- LONDON BUILDINGS, THOMAS ST. Telephone: No. 174. NEATH OFFICIE- ALFRED STREET, Telephone: No. 250. SIGHT TESTING AND SPECTACLES. YOXJ are cordially invited to call won MR. ERIC BEES, F.R.M.S., F.S.M.C., etc. (Lond.), 26. C;Lstl&atreet, Swaneea. COIL- aultation free. 'Phone Central 520. I MISCELLANEOUS WANTS. 'XTATED, &by'e Pueh-chair, Got and High Chail-, in good condition; state price; would purchase separately.—Box F.19, Leader Office. DC-11 MISCELLANEOUS SALES. FOE SALE, Invalid Chair, very little used, as good as now, modern design, com- fortable, with all the latest iraprovemento; cost 23 guineas; will sell cheaply.—Apply Tii-oo. Griffiths, Mountain-road, Brynamman. 76A6-5 POULTRY, DOGS, LIVE STOCK, &c. CHICKS! Chicks! Finest Typical Breeds, Wyandotte6, White and Brown Leg- horns, Minorcas, 6s. doz. Note: Wanted, Fowls, Rabbits, Fancy Pigooml.- Neill, 13, Pegler-street, Brynhyfryd, Swan- eea. 79A6-5 /CHICKENS thrive &mazmTly, laying ?oz. -? egg? at 6 months old on Ka.[?wood Chicken Powder, containing ground but no irritant whatever. Packets 2-d., 6d., Is.—Evans, The ilong Kong, Goreeinon. 79A5-5 LOST AND FOUND. 1GEON Found iu Lolt last week; high t flyer; ringed 1913, 339, A. W,T.A.—Apply Homing," Leader Office, Swansea. 79A6-5 L OBT. on the 23rd May, a Milk Account Book, between Penwegethin and Man- eelton.—Finder rewarded upon returning same to GlYJl, Paiaoe Laundry, High-Street., Swansea. LOST, on Swansea Sands, Silver Cigarette I Case, initialled W.J.T.—Finder return- ing to W. J. Thomas, Bueh Hotel, Swansea, suitably rewarded. 78A6-11 TDOUND, a. Lady's Handbag, on Monday J- last, containing money and keys.— Apply any morm" to 21, Sea View-terrace. 7&A6-11 FURNITURE WANTED AND FOR SALE. ECOND HAND Furniture. Best. Prices given by me. Drop & postcard and will call. W. James, 8, Fabian-street, St. Tho. Swansea. TO F ijitNITUith! Purni-ture! Furniture!-Buy JL' before the rise, which is bound to come. Just for a few weeks, Hill's, Central Buildtaes, Gower-etlreet, Swansea, are offer- ing the whole of their stock at their old well-known prices, which are far below the usual trade prices. We will etore any goods at the present prices until required free of charge. All goods delivered free. The fol- lowing are a few of our special lines:— Strong Kitchen Couches at 16s. 6d.; Full-size Kitchen Dreosers from &is.; Full-size Bed- steads from 14s. 6d.; Dining-room Suites from 34 guineas; Bedroom Suites from 4i guineas; Sideboards, Fenders, Fire Bo-asses, Saddle Baug Suites in endless variety at your owA prices. We have a few Special Linee in Solid Oak Bookcases, 4ft., at £3 15s., which we cannot repeat. Intending pur. chasers should not delay, but call at once to the Cheapest House in the l'rarle.-Hill'a. Complete House Furnishers, Central Build- ings, Gower-atreet, Swansea; also at Cardiff, Aberdare and Barry Dock 76A6 5 ———— I —— MOTOR CARS. CYCLES &c. FOR SALE FOR SALE, Lady's Bicycle, in good con. I- dition; reasonable Pri-Can be seen at 68. St. Helen's-road, Swansea. 79A6-5 IjlOB SALE, 1914 Bex de Luxe 6 h.p. ohain- drive and Canoeslet Sidecar, with all lamps, horn, speedometer, etc., and ..11 new tyres; ba.-rgain.—Apply A. Quirk, 11, Bay View, St. Thomas, Swansea. 76A6-5 - or 12 H.P. CAR for Sale, cheap; Cr -J L v' would exchange for Motor Cycle, do., or anything useful.-Apply Box 400, Daily Leader, Swansea- 75A6-5 I vor L. Roberts' (Oxford-street) Announcements. LIGHT OA.RS.-Ea.rly Deaivery of the re- nowned Perry, Enfield, Humberette Jfodels; prioea f r(>m LIM complete, Pleaee send me your inquiry, which shall receive my personal attention. OTOK CYCLJ«. Sole Agent for B.S.A., L Enfield, Douglas, A.J.S., OeJthorpe, Humber, Morgan, Eunabouts, etc. Book early to avoid delay in delivery. Deferred terms arranged. Send your inquiries. CiëLÊ Agent for B.S.A., Royal Enfield, Robin Hood, Humber, etc. Prices from L3 19s. 6d. to £13 lie. Easy pay- ments arranged. Send for list*. E Nil!LEliD Light Car in Stock, immediate delivery, four-cylinder, five detachable wheels, spiar-6 tyre, dynamo lighting set. five iampa, hood and screen complete, £185. Demonstration runs free OfiCO-N D-HAN D koter Cycles.—I have to offer several High-clawsa Sound Machines: B^.A^ .Triumphs, Caltfro-rpe, A.J .& Enfields, Singers, Douglas, etc. Several of these are being sold owing to owners having joined H.3 £ Foroes, and are being offered at bar- gain prices to clear .-send your inquiry to Ivor L. Roberts. 223, Oxford-etreet, Swansea. 1913 6 H.P.. EnfiL-ld Sidecar DutAt, eom- plete; owner joined Army; E50 or best offer.—Ivor L. Roberts, 223., Oxford- street, Sweneea. DELIVERY this weekof Douglas Model B, 4 h.p. Secure by wire or letter. TO Andrews and Watson's Announcements. ■i Q-j Q—10-12 Four-Seater Be18Lze, complete Aw AO with & I?mpa. S&nhey Wheels, and first-class condition; any trial or examina- tion.—A p