Collection Title: Herald of Wales
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Ko&rcf'i Stands Pre-eminent FOR FIRST-CLASH 'F&UIT, VEGETABLES, and CGNFECTIONERY. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. HEARD'S STORES, 17, Station-road, PORT TALBOT. 87, High-streett ABERAVON. 10, parade, NEATH. II, Windsor-road, HEATH.
WELSH FLAnNELS), SHAWLS, SHIRTS, PANTS, HOSIERY. YARNS, etc.. At First Cost and Quality Guamnteetf go to HOPKIN MORGAN, THE OLD WELSH WAREHOUSE. WIND STREET, NEATH
Sales by Auction. By Messrs. Daniel Jenkins & Sons. ONEN VIEW, GWAUN-CAE-GURWEX. Sale of Traps, Cart, Harness, &c. Messrs. DANIEL JENKINS & SONS HAVE received instructions from Mr. David Davies, Ystradamman, to BELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the above place, on SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 3915, the following TRAPS, CART, HARNESS, Ac., Viz.: J Haulier's Cart (equal to new), 1 Pleasure !rrap in good condition, 1 Market Trap (with 2 good wheels), 2 Sets of Shaft Har- ness, 1 ditto Trap Harness, Spare Collars, tiaddle, Bridles, 2 Horse Mowing Machines (by W. A. Wood), 1 do. (by McCormick, in good condition), Chaffcutter, Lamps, Fire Stove, Pipes, Forks, Shovels, Old Iron, 4 Oak Hay Houseposts, Timber; also Invalid's Carriage (quite new). Sale to Commence at 4 o'clock. Credit on Conditions. The Shop, G.C.G., June 10th, 1915. By Messrs. W. Harry Rees & Son. flv Order of the Owner. JERSEY MARINE, NEAR BRITON FERRY. Messrs. W. HARRY REES & SON I A RE instructed to SELL by PUBLIC j,t1. AUCTION, on WEDNESDAY, the 23rd day of JUNE, 1915, at 4 o'cloak in the afternoon, at the CASTLE IVOTEL, NEATH, all that very desirable LEASEHOLD SHOP, DWELLING- HOUSE & PREMISES, known as the JERSEY MARINE STORES, situate at Jersey Marine, near Briton Ferry. The premises comprise a commodious Shop and Store Rooms at the rear, two Reception Rooms, large Kitchen, Scullery, Five Bedrooms, Bathroom, w.c. and Box- room. The property is held for 99 years from 29th September, 1906, at an Annual (G round Rent of JE3 H-s. The purchaser to pay for the fixtures in addition to the purchase-money, the amount to be stated by the Auctioneers at the Sale, but may, if he so desires it, take the stock at valuation. Further particulars can be had of Mr. J. H. Westyr-Evans, 17, Quay-street, Car- diff, the vendor's solicitor, or of the Auctioneers at their Offices, Charlesville- ,place, Neath. By Messrs. James & James, F.A.I. 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 • 12.30 p.m., about 10,000 FLEECE* 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. Further entries are respectfully solicited. Catalogues and Conditions of Sale to be obtained free from the Auctioneers, 7, Goat-street, Swansea. Telephone: 172 Docks, Swansea. Money. £ 10 to £101000. TO LEND, by the Oldest West of Eng- land Firm, F. LAWRENCE, 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 Privacy. A Gentleman will call and hand you Cash at your house if desired. Dis- tance no object. Do not expose your requirements locally. White. Manager, VICTOR HAMILTON, DON CHAMBERS, WINE STREET, BRISTOL. THE SWANSEA MERCANTILE CO. (Ltd.) ,18, PARK STREET, SWANSEA, 3Iake Cash Advances Daily, from £10 to &1,000. No Charge unless Business done. Strictly Private and Confidential. # For further particulars apply H. B. JONES, Manager. FOR SALE. PRESWYLFA, 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- Hand Instruments are all Decided Bar- gains and ready for immediate delivery:- bo 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. Piano in Walnut (Shop Soiled), Re- enforced Iron Frame, Check Action, 16 Guineas. Broadwood (second hand). Ivory Keys, cost 80 Guineas, Our Price 20 Guineas. Full particulars on application from WADDINGTON & SONS, LTD., STATION ROAD, PORT TALBOT. MISCELLANEOUS. T ABIES' "11' Ooombwg* W?ted.—?o? ￼ ? retvs. Any ?uantity.-Horrockt. 32a, Portland Street. Brighton. .LL YOUR KAT?. A CoAchman got 105 dead rats after using a 6d. tin of Bodine." Onc? U6ed. rets are n?er ae?n again. Tine 6d„ ?.. 25., ?.. 58.; post 2d. Harley, Chemist, Perth. AgentB: E. H. Grimths, Bridgend; T, J. Beee, Skewen; K. D. Morgan, Sllacateff. < t .i.e. iJEs-isasu r Public Announcements. CWMCERDINEN & GARNSWLLT SHEEP DOG TRIALS will be held on JULY 3rd, 1915, .JULY 3:. 1915. CERDINEN MOUNTAIN. About E20 in Prizes will be Awarded. Entry Forms to be had from the Secre- tary, W. A. Miller, Maesydderwen, Garn- swllt, Pantyffynnon. Distant about Two Miles from Panty- ffynnon Station. FORGE FACH, CLYDACH Cynhelir y lOfed EISTEDDFOD FLYNYDDOL yn y lie uchod, Sadwrn, Gorff. 3ydd, 1915. Corau Meibion, Comrades in Arms," X6 a Chwpan. Corau Cymysg, a Marseillaise, JB3 a Medal. Corau Plant, "Cwsg, fy Noli," 23 a Baton. Rhagleni i'w cael oddiwrth- D. CLYDACH THOMAS, Yr Ysgrifennydd. a Sailings. II&IIAII South & East Africa UMtUn*' ROYAL MAIL ROUTE. OASTLE The eape. Natal, Trans- vaal, Rhodesia, East I IUC African ??rtw, Mauri. Lint t,Mt, ?c For Sailings and Other Information apply to the Head Office, 3, Fenchurch Street, London; or in Swansea to T. R. W. Mason and Co., or Bertia Perkins and Co. WHITE STAR LINE. Liverpool to Australia. I Fares: To Australia, R21 to .£32; to Cape Town, RI5 15s. to JB24 38. Tbese steamers are twin eerew, fitted with bilge keels, and have bee. specially constructed for the Colonial trade. The accommodation oomprises Smoking, l1ad. I i&g, tud Dining-rooms. Surgeon and Stewardesses cariied For farther particulars, apply to the l Local Agents: WHITE STAB LINE. Liverpool; 1, Oockspnr-atreet. S.W.; and 38, Leadenhall-street, E.O., London. Educational. Rugby Schools, Neath. HIGH-CLASS BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOLS FOR GIRLS, WITH KINDER- GARTEN AND PREPARATORY CLASS FOR LITTLE BOYS. University and Art Exams, with Success. Special Classes for Postal and Secretarial Requirements. Student Governess Wanted. Principals: The Misses WILLIAMS. Assisted by Efficient Governesses. PRESWYLFA SCHOOL, NEATH. FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. Pupils are Prepared for MATRICULA- TION and Other Examinations. A Primary Department for Children of Four to Seven Years of Age. Painting in Oils and Water-Colours. Private Coaching in all Subjects. Particulars may be obtained on apply- ing to- MRS. E. A. TONNER, B.A. (Honours), 22, Rugby Avenue. Neath. OCULISTS & HOSPITAL Prescriptions receive our careful attention, accurate grinding of Lenses being guaranteed. Our Prices are moderate, consistent wtih accuracy and Best Workmanship. We have our own plant and ca.n sup- ply the majority of Special Lenses within a few hours. C. F. WALTERS, F.S.M.O., Oxford Street, Swansea. (Nearly opposite National Schools). Two Qualified Opticians ire in attend- ance, and their skilled services are at your disposal. For VEGETABLES, POTATOES, ONIONS, ORANGES, TOMATOES, STRAWBERRIES, &c., TRY EMANUEL THOMAS, UNIVERSAL PROVIDER, ALEXANDRA ROAD, SWANSEA, ■ I Trade Announcements. E. S. CHAPPELL, THE GREAT Ladies'and Gent's TAILOR. YOU ARE INVITED TO INSPECT THE WINDOW DISPLAYS AT 237, HIGH STREET, AND 37, CASTLE STREET, SWANSEA, THIS WEEK. MOST EXCLUSIVE DISPLAYS IN TOWN. OUR SPECIALITY: Mourning Orders to any Ex- tent Executed in 8 Hours. SIARADIR CYMRAEG. WADDINGTON & SONS, LTD., (Established 1838) Pianoforte Manufac t urers STATION ROAD. (Opposite the County Schools), I PORT TALBOT. We are the ACTUAL MAKERS of the Waddington" Pianofortes with close upon 80 Years' Experience. MANUFACTORY YORK. We are SOLE AGENTS for the KASTNER AUTO-AMERICAN IN- TERIOR PLAYER-PIANO, STEMS' AUTO Do., f I CRAMER PIANOS. 1 I ORGANS by BELL, MASON & HAM-1 LIN, DOMINION, PACKARD, PUT-1 NAM, and BOSTON. PIANO« from 10s. 6d. PER MONTH. I OR' »- v.- 53. PER MONTH. DELIVERED FREE OR CARRIAGE PAID to Nearest RAILWAY STAT ION. Catalogues Free on Application. RAILWAY FARES ALLOWEb TO PURCHASERS. Note the Address:— Waddington & Sons, Ltd., (Opposite County Schools), Station Road, PORT TALBOT. Illustrated Lists and Particulars of Second-Hand Instruments Free on Appli- cation. Picture Palace, Pontyberem. WEEK COMMENCING JUNE 14th. USUAL EXCELLENT SHOW OF PICTURES. POPULAR PRICES: 4d., 6d., and 9d. Thursday, Doors Open at 6.45, to commence at 7. Saturday, Doors Open 6.30, to commence at 6.45 and 8.45. MATINEE Thursdays at 4 o'clock, Id., 2d., and 3d. j 1 THE TROUSERS THAT WON'T WEAR OUT ABSOLUTELY 3 HOLE PROOF. ——— ￼ ? GUARANTEED ,II FOR SIX MONTHS. A Written \o Guarantee ￼ with ??????L?m Every Pair. ￼ ￼ ?? FOR?? /?'? FOR 94/6 ????_ SIZES FOR ￼ MBIG & SMALL. ￼ ■ ■ I BUY TO-DAY? D.A.REES CLOTHIER, WATER STREET, ABERAVON Public Announcements. RECRUITS WANTED. I 1st Welsh (Howitzer) BrigaHe, R.F.A. Men are still required to complete the above Brigade. They must be of good character and between the ages of 19 and 38. Height from 5ft. 4in. Chest measurement 34!2in. minimum. This Brigade depends for Recruits on Swansea, Swan- sea yalley, Neath, and their adjoining districts. Local Brigades should receive the full support of all the young and able-bodied men of their own districts, before outside Units are considered. Saddlers, Shoeing Smith and Wheelwrights are also urgently required, and when approved become entitled to extra pay. For full particulars apply to- OFFICER COMMANDING DEPOT, 1st Welsh (Howitzer) Brigade, R.F.A., Drill Hall, Swansea. BUGLERS WANTED. There are now vacancies for Buglers in the above Brigade. Minimum age, 18. G. R. RECRUITS ARE URGENTLY NEEDED BY THE 6th Battalion The Welsh Regiment, j 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. j 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 j 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. I Minimum chest, 32in. Do you wish to be able to say you offered to help your Country when she needed JW E: N ? 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. Ik ROYAL REGIMENT OF ARTILLERY UBIQUE. "WHERE GLORY LEADS WE FOLLOW." RECRUITS may now be accepted for the Royal Field Artillery. Drivers, 5ft. 3m. to 5ft. 7in.) ￼ ￼ ￼ Gunners, 5ft. 7in. to 5ft. 10in. i to ?' For full particulars, apply to the Recruiting Offices for Swansea Area, 14, UNION STREET, SWANSEA. Public Announcements. NEW THEATRE, PORT TALBOT LESSEE AND MANAGER EDWARD FURXEAU. Monday, June 2 I-st, and during the Week, Mr Robert Burnett's Reper- tory Company of Selected Artistes in— A FOOL'S PARADISE. (By Sydney Grundy), from the Garriek Theatre, London. This Play is founded on facts taken from a Celebrated Case. MISS LOUISE HAMPTON as the Kotorious Urs. SELWYN, and Mr. EDWARD FURNEAU as Sir PETER LUND. PRICES OF ADMISSION- Private Boxes (seat 51, Circle, Orchestra Stalls, Pit Rtall. Pit. 10 6. 1/6 1/6 I6cl. Reserved Is. 9d. Pt, erved Is. 9d. Reserved Is. 3d. EARLY DOORS 3d. EXTRA TO ALL PARTS Doors Open for the Summer Season 7.15. Commence 7.15. Early Doors p. m, -i Est. 1886] NEATH & DISTRICTS [Tel, 110 FURNISHING CENTRE. ANDREW BRACEY, 148-149, Windsor Road, NEATH, The Baby Carriage Specialist. See wp γ- Window Show of j In all ihz New Shades. By Leading Makers. SIGHT TESTED JTISICHT TESTEQ FREE OF IFFRM V^KR FREE 0F CHARCE. CHARGE. JAMES GCOTT, OCULIST OPTICIAN, 12, Victoria Arcade, i3" and Watc?,loo Strt. VbbSBmBMBT Coat Str. at, S;J ANSEA. The Only Scientific Oculist Optician it Swansea. For Presbopia, Myopia, Hypermeropia, Asthenopia, Astigmatism, or Squint Ophthalmic burgeons' Prescriptions Scientifically Applied. Schools Attended by Appointment. P THE.. I SroRTiKe IEWS I GIVES THF, VERY LATEST WAR NEWS.. Every Saturday Evening. b d