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EDUCATIONAL. G OTEITON INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL. The next TERM will commence on TUESDAY, the 16th inst. Prospectus and application foi'm may

EDUCATIONAL. G OTEITON INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL. The next TERM will commence on TUESDAY, the 16th inst. Prospectus and application foi'm may

be obtained from the Headmaster at the School, or from— JAMES H. BLAKE, Clerk to the Governors. Gowerton, 3rd September, 1902.
August 23, 1902 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
MR. ARTHUR HEY, Mus. BAc., F.R.C.0., L.R.A.M., (Organist and Choirmaster, St. James' Church), PREPARES Pupils for the Royal College of

MR. ARTHUR HEY, Mus. BAc., F.R.C.0., L.R.A.M., (Organist and Choirmaster, St. James' Church), PREPARES Pupils for the Royal College of

Organists, Royal Academy, and Royal College Examinations. Piano, Organ, Voice Production, Harmony, Counterpoint, Fugue and Orchestration. Theoretical Subjects by Correspondence. Recent Successes: L.R.A.M., A.R.C.0., and A.T.C.L. 17, WALTER-ROAD, SWANSEA.
August 23, 1902 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Darlington's Handbooks. "Sir Henry Ponsonby is cornmanded by the Queen to thank Mr. Darlington for a copy of his iet-rs

Darlington's Handbooks. "Sir Henry Ponsonby is cornmanded by the Queen to thank Mr. Darlington for a copy of his iet-rs

4u olla Handbook. " Nothing better could be wished for.—" British Weekly." [Chronicle." "Far superior to ordinary guides."—" Daily Visitors to London, and Residents, should use DARLINGTON'S „ A yhae Tntlireks AND By E. C. &E. T. COOK, XA. ENVIRONS. 3rd Ed. Revised Ed, ss/- 24 ma
August 23, 1902 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
TRADE SPECIALITIES.

TRADE SPECIALITIES.

lIARNESS, Saddles. Horse Clo.hing, ever description. Horse dippers, Carriage Lamps, Loin Cloths, Waterproof Aprons Cheapest House in Wales.—SADDLEur Com- PANT, ALEXANDRA-ROAD, Swansea. Telephon , [ABSS-26-9 CONSULT PROFESSOI: DEAKIN, Medical Specialist, who has made a liti btudy
August 23, 1902 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
HOME HINTS.' Some Appetising Breakfast Dishes

HOME HINTS.' Some Appetising Breakfast Dishes

It seems that one of the chief complaints of our American visitors, who have just lately been crowding over this side of the pond, was of our cookery, and the lack of substantiality about English meals. Breakfast was to them most grievous, for they said, and justly,, that the mo
August 23, 1902 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Cadbury's cocoa

Cadbury's cocoa

the past season through a lapse of some fixtures. De he could not help regretting the lack of support given by the 4s. members. He had only sold £l2 worth ollotickets, where three years ago he sold £45 worth. I The ba.lance-sheet was then adopted without , comment._....- . Mr. J
August 23, 1902 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
MUNICIPAL TRADING AT SWANSEA.

MUNICIPAL TRADING AT SWANSEA.

If Municipal trading lent itself to the simple test suggested by the writer of the series of articles in the "Times," the results at Swansea, as guaged by it, would be deplorable. He assumes that a Corporation, in so far as it carries out the functions of a trader, occupies the
August 23, 1902 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
- Swansea Journal AND SOUTH WALES LIBERAL.

- Swansea Journal AND SOUTH WALES LIBERAL.

August 23, 1902 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
IRS. CARLISLE CARR AT SWANSEA. Musical "At Home" in the King's Hall.

IRS. CARLISLE CARR AT SWANSEA. Musical "At Home" in the King's Hall.

Mrs. M. A. Carlisle Carr, originator of the special "school" of singing, and autlwr of several brochures and treatie,et on Le and singing, inaugurated her third visit to the town on Thursday afternoon, by holding a musical "at home" at the King's Hall. Owing, probably to the arr
August 23, 1902 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales
 
WELLS.

WELLS.

Alderman Evans asked the Chief Constable how it about that the Police Bend took a recent little trip to the Wells. Did the town gaffer in their absence? The Chief Constable: They took it one of their holidays for the year. Alderman Evan, : Oh. Mr. Protheroe : I waa very sorry I
August 23, 1902 - Swansea Journal and South Wales Liberal - Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales