NURDIN A PERCOOK. > WELLS STREET, OXFORD STREET, LONDON, W. WVAIT Inv; I Trosglwyddwyr a dadforwyr umongyrchol o bob YMENYN I rhano'rbyd. CAWS > Wedi eu prynu a'u parotoi gan ein Goruchwylwyr MARGARINE I ileol, o dan ein sel a'n henw yn y lleoedd eu LARD ) gWDdr GWARENTIR EU PURDEB. Rhestr o'r Prisiau ar Archiad. a DAIREO Maethyn Rhagorol yn lie IACHUSOL, MAETHLON A BLASUS. Pecyn Pwys, i'w ail werthu 8c. Haner Pwys, 4c. LLAETH TEWADWY (Condensed Milk). DAN Y NOD uNURD INN." LLAETH TEWADWY YN LLAWN HUFEN A PHUR. DAN Y NOD "PEACOCK." LLAETH PARATOEDIG A PHUREDIG YN LLAWN HUFEN ■> AC HEB EI FELYSU. I MEWN BLYCHAU HYLAW. PRISIAU ISEL. GWAHODDtR CHWI I RODDI PRAWP AR Y RHAIN. Gwarentir pob blwch yn addas i farchnad gartrefol neu dramof. Prisiau a Samplau ond anfon eich cerdyn. II.. CYMRY LLUNDAIN, CEFflOGWCH GYMRO. R. H. JONES, From POOLE'S. LADIES'& GENTLEMEN'S TAILOR, 8, ELEPHANT ROAD (Close to Elephant and Castle Station), NEW KENT ROAD, S.E. On receipt of a postcard, R. H. J. will call on Customers living at a distance. OVERCOATS! OVERCOATS!! From 35/- LADIES' TAILORING a Speciality. BRETHYN DA, GWAITH DA, TORIAD FFASIYNOL. HARRISON & SONS, Welsh Printers, 45, 46 & 47, ST. MARTIN'S LANE, LONDON, W.C. Estimates Free. The Agents for "The London Welshman" in North and South Wales are— Messrs. DAWSON & SONS, Ltd., and Messrs. W. H. SMITH & SONS. Copies can be obtained at any railway bookstall if a standing Order is given to the Clerk in charge. KINDLY NOTE OUR NEW ADDRESS. MESSRS. HOLLAND (ESTABLISHED 1859), Dairy Agents and Valuers to the Milk Trade, LATE OF CALEDONIAN ROAD, N., Beg to inform their numerous clients in the milk trade that owing to Expiration of Lease they have removed to more commodious offices at 307, GRAY'S INN ROAD, KING'S CROSS, W.C. Next door to Willow's Refrigerating Co., Ltd. Telephone 1964 King's Cross. H. WILLINGS & Co., Dairy Business Agents, 125, FLEET STREET, E.C. TELEPHONE: No. 150 HOLBORN. Situate HAMMERSMITH. MILK.—16 barns daily at 4d. Shop 68 weekly. Cob and cart one pram. Rent low; good premises. Price £320 close offer. Situate PADDINQTON. MILK.—19 barns daily at 4d. Shop £10 weekly. 2 pram rounds. Very convenient premises Rent low. Price ^418; genuine. SELECTION. MILK.—Tottenham; 10 barns at 4d. goods £ 14; £ 120. N. 29 barns at 4d shop £ 10; 2 prams; ^750. Kings Cross: 14 bams at 4d. shop ^14; pram £4°°. N. 81 barns at 4d. shop ^14 pram; 2 ,6 1 go. Kensington: 18 barns at 4d. shop Z15 2 prams £45°. Clapton 30 barns at 4d. 3 prams £75°. Islington 15 barns shop 612 pram £180. West 10 barns at 4d. shop £ 10; pram; £230. Westminster: 7 barns at 4d. shop ZiS pram; £ 223. Borough: 17 barns at 4d. shop £19; 2 prams £290. Kennington 10 barns at 4d. ^240. Full details of WILLINGS. Situate LAMBETH. MILK.- Rounds only. 16 barns daily at 4d. 2 prams. Cans and churns and all utensils. Price £29°; oner genuine. WEST END. MILK.—28J barns daily at 4d. on one pram. Shop £20 weekly. Cash trade. Good premises. Price ^950; recommended. Another, Centre of West End: 50 barns daily at 4d., less several underprice to large customers. Shop C25 to 630 weekly. 2 pram rounds. Price 6 1, 1 oo offer. Situate Good Suburb. MILK.—26 barns daily at 4d., less 4 at 3|d. Shop 2 ^10 weekly. 2 rounds (cart and pram). Excellent premises. Rent £45. Lease. Price Z430 offer. H. WILLINGS & Co., 125, Fleet Street, E.C. WILLIAM DAVIES. Dairy and Insurance Agent, 160, HIGH HOLBORN, W.C. To intending purchasers of Cow Businesses and Milk Rounds. Splendid selections. Come to Davies. MILK.-Close to city Shop and premises 22 barns at 4d. trade £23; 2 rounds lease net rent £20; price ^"450. Another cheap business W.C. 23^ barns at 4d., less 3J at 3d. trade £ 20 no rent to pay, all let; price ^"475. Several cowkeepers' businesses. Really good bargains. Indoor, clcse to City: Trade £12; price £35. Also, trade £20; price £90; and trade ^28; price £ 70. Good selection of others at various prices up to £ 3,000. Z1 I T. R. THOMAS & Co., DAIRY AGENTS AND VALUERS, 153, STRAND, W.C. NORTH —40 barns daily 4d. Butter, eggs, &c. J Splendid premises. 3 acres of land. 5 cows. £95°' WEST.-Suburb. New estate. 18 barns all 4d. Very select. Nice corner shop. Good house. Rent £ 45- £ 490. KING'S X —18 barns daily 4d. 2 prams. Shop trade £16 weekly. Corner premises. Net rent £ 30. £ 45°- N.E.-Old estd. 30 barns daily 4d. Nice shop and house with yard, side gates, &c. Rent £5°. £ 700. CHELSEA —20 barns daily 4d. 2 prams. Counter I trade £ 20 weekly. Nicely-fitted corner shop. Any- trial. £47°. WEST.-Main road. 12 barns 4d. £ 8 weekly in- doors. Rent £55; subletting £ 40. Any trial offered. 6200. EA5T.- 16 barns daily 4d. I cart round from private house. Will sacrifice at 625o. Through death, genuine. Hundreds to choose irom, apply OFFICES 143, Strand, near Somerset House. TMPORTANT NOTICE.—TO DAIRYMEN AND, i COWKEEPERS. Intending purchasers in London and provinces should write, stating their requirements, to Messrs. J. D. Williams and Co., the well-known old-established firm, of Dairy Agents, who have on their register a large selection of businesses, with or without cows, to suit all buyers in London and suburbs. Intending vendors should also register without delay. — Messrs. J. D. WILLIAMS AND Co., Dairy Agents and Valuers, 17,. Hackney Road, London, N.E. JOHN EVANS (Late CASTLE & EVANS), DAIRY OUTFITTER, 60. SEYMOUR STREET, EUSTON. D. J- TRUSCOTT & CO., Dairy and farm Agents and Ualtiers. Telephone II, BOND COURT, Central. WALBROOK, E.CJ
came to live here from London. Sometimes I speak it aloud to myself to make sure I am not forgetting it." And, if I may ask, what work do you do here ? asked John. Oh," replied the stout man, my wife's father had influence with some of the London County Councillors, and I have been appointed an attendant at the Asylum here, and when I saw your name on the placard, I said to myself, That's a Welshman, I'll warrant, and I'll go to hear him.' So I came and brought six of the quietest patients with me." John stared at the stout man then at his six patients standing round him, and looking quite quiet and docile once more. He felt humiliated and even angry. When he thought he was rousing the dormant emotion of the phlegmatic Saxon, he had been raving and ranting-only to excite the lunatics He wished William Thomas a hurried good- bye. On the way back to town, he could not refrain from confiding his disgust to the- candidate. My dear fellow," replied he, with an amused smile, you need not be disgusted. Quite the- reverse. If you can only excite all the lunatics in England, you will be the most powerful statesman in the country." Next week will appear No. VIII of the Series, entitled LOVE AND RIVALRY."