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£ r; t ? WELSH FLANNELS, SHAWLS. SHIRTS. PANTB, HOSIERY. YARNS. etc.. II At First Cost and Quality Guaranteed go to HOPKIN MORGAN, I THE OLD WELSH W AREHOUSJs. I WIND STREET, NEATH
Sales by Auction. | By Messrs. James & James, F.A.I. By Messrs. James & James, F.A. ? THE FIRST ANNUAL SWANSEA WOOL SALE AT THE SWANSEA MARKET. JAMES & JAMES, F.A.I., WILL offer for SALE by AUCTION on the premises as above, on TUES- DAY, JUNE 29th, 1915, punctually at J2.30 p.m., about I 18,880 FLEECES of good class SHROPSHIRE & CROSSBRED WOOL, in suitable lots as per Catalogue. The Lots will be on View Morning of Sale from 11 o'clock. Fui-ther en-tries are respectfully solicited. jj Catalogues and Conditions of Sale to be i obtained free from the Auctioneers, 7, Croat-street, Swansea. Telephone: 172 Docks, Swansea. Money. clo to £ 10,000. TO LEND by the Oldest West of Eng- > land Firm, F. LAWltENCE, Ltd.. on Written Promise to Repay. Life Policies, Furniture, Farm Stock, or other Security. Principal Remains or can be Repaid by Easy Instalments. Promptness and t Privacy. A Gentleman will call and hand you Cash at your houae if desired. Dis- tance no object. Do not expose your requirements Imcallv. White. Manager, VICTOR HAMILTON, DON CHAMBERS, WINE STREET, BRISTOL. THE SWANSEA MERCANTILE CO. (Ltd.) ;18, PARK STREET, SWANSEA, Make Cash Advances Daily, from £ 10 to £ 1,000. No Charge unless Business done. Strictly Private and Confidential. For further particulars applv H. B. JONES, Manager. SITUATIONS VACANT. VA LNTED, a good General feervant. Apply Bright, Fruiterer, Wind-ot-reet &warMM»k. A7-10 "1X7"ANTED, thoroughly experienced and trustworthy Oook-General; small family; good wages and outings.—Mrs. Heron. _A.rmade.le, Mumbles, near Swansea. — FOR SALE. .í!30 WILL Purcha&e Wardrobe BLioinew' ?0? including Stock, Fittings, Goodwill, Six Roanw Furnished ready for letting, iiiinniTin^ iprin minute from Swansea Market; .gwi living for anyone.—Apply 43, OSMtciv- Wl iWi, Oimaaea. l" Ir'—1— — PRESWVLFA, EFAILFACH, PONT- RHYDYFEN, FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY.—APPLY TO MR- MOSES THOMAS, SOLICITOR, ABERAVON. WADDINGTON & SONS, LTD., Station Road. (Opposite the County Schools), PORT TALBOT. The following Shop-Soiled and Second- j Hand Instruments are all Decided Bar-1 gains and ready for immediate delivery:- 65 Note Interior Player Piano (as new), reduced to 50 Guineas. Upright Grand Piano in Ebonised Case for 25 Guineas. Reduced from 40 Guineas. Mason and Hamlin Organ, 11 Stops, 2 Knee Swells, 12 Guineas. Imperial, 5 Stop, Knee Swells, Mirror Top, 7 Guineas. ipiajio in Walnut (Shop Soiled), Re- eitforced Iron Frame, Check Action, 16 Guineas. Broadwood (second hand), Ivory Keys, cost ? Guineas, Our Price 20 Guineas. Full particulars on application from WADDINGTON & SONS, LTD., STATION ROAD, PORT TALBOT. MISCELLANEOUS. T ADISS' Ba?r Coombm? Wanted —Valu« -? ty -turn- Any qmamUty.—Horrocka, I tta, Hwtlaad Street. Brighton. SELL YOUR RATS. A Coachman got 105 dead rate after using a 6d. tin of Rodine." Once used, rats are never Eeen again. Tine 6di lfi., 2a., Ze., 5e.; post 3d. Harley, Chemist, Perth. Agents: E. H. Griffiths, Bridgend; T. J. Bees, Skewen; R. D. Morgan, ttaeeteg. JORINK TIPPERARY FIZZ. You'll like it. Manufactured by EMANUEL THOMA 6. j Niagara Works, SWANSEA. THE iBTOCK EXCHANGE. NOTICE. UE&BEBS of the STOCK EXCHANGE a JTOT ALLOWED to AD VERTISE for business purposes or to vaue Circulars or Businees Ccnxmu&iaatione to pwtom other talim thetr own Principe. Parson* who advertise as Brokers or Shaxo DMj
1CTOS j A AMADE (Nr the M?.t? "Prof. Wil?? hoitls the high? .pedenti?]. M a Ph?log?. ?d?Tn? ONLY person in W.? who has been ^rsonally trained to the work by L. X- J. A. FOWLER. We would h?rtity .commend ? re?? to caiisult hit a PhrenoIopMt and Hygtpn?t he is as much a hove the ordinary ?cturpr a? ￼ of heads ? is the ?i?d m?U?I practitioner ?rc the