RINGER'S SUPERFINE MANUFACTURERS, X°60. RSDCLIFF STREET. BRISTOL. To be obtained at the Shops of MR. J. NETTEN, Cigar Importer, KINO'S CROSS. Robinson & Cleaver, Ltd., Linen Manufacturers, BELFAST. Manufacturers also of Ladies' Shirts and Blouses. 156 TO 170, RECENT STREET, LONDON, w. I k, Cambric Shirt in1 small checks, stripes and spots, olours: pink, sky, navy, green and black on white ground. Size, 13 to 15 inches. 4/11 each. GOODS SENT ON APPROBATION TO ANY ADDRESS. H. WILLINGS & Co., Dairy Business Agents, 125. FLEET STREET, E.C. TELEPHONE: No. 150 HOLBORN. Situate S.E., near Town. MILK.-Good district and excellent position. Trade 33 to 34 barns daily at 4d. on 3 compact pram rounds. Nice premises on lease. Good butter and egg trade. Price 900 close offer. Situate near VICTORIA STATION. MILK .—-20 barns daily at 4d., on 2 pram rounds. I Shop ^15 weekly. Very low rent; part let; 8- roomed house. Same hands 6 years. Illness cause of sale. Price ^550; including book debts. Recom- mended by H. WILLINGS & Co., above. SELECTION. MILK.-Please note the following :— HACKNEY. —10^ barns at 4d. shop £ 19 weekly I pram £ 250. CLAPHAM. 14 barns at 4d.; shop £12 weekly; I 2 prams ^380. WEST.—50 barns shop £ 28 weekly; 2 prams; ^1,100. N.—28 to 29 barns at 4d. shop ^10 2 prams £ 750. LAMBETH .—19 barns at 4d. shop £ 15 2 prams I £ 350. CLAPTON.—30 barns at 4d., on 3 prams old estd.; offers. CHELSEA.-22 barns at 4d. shop £30; 2 prams I Offers." N. SUB.—7 barns at 4d. good shop pram £100. Full details of H. WILLINGS & Co., as above. Situate KENSINGTON. MILK • ■—20 barns daily at 4d., on 2 compact prams. I Shop 612 to £15 weekly. Model premises; Rent low. Price ^490 very genuine. Intending purchasers call, write, or telephone. Hundreds to choose from in London, Suburb, & Country. H. WILLINGS & Co., 125, Fleet Street, E.C. M. MEREDITH, 23, Blandford Street, Manchester Square, Dairy Farmer and Purveyor of High-class Dairy Produce. SPECIAL OFFER OF NEW LAID EGGS, 1/6 (WARRANTED) Well recommended. Your custom solicited. Milk & Butter delivered. THE GREAT WESTERN AND METROPOLITAN DAIRIES, LIMITED. HEAD OFFICE- 9, HARROW ROAD, PADDINGTON, LONDON. Depôts- 169, WALMER ROAD, NOTTING HILL; 42 and 42a, MARKET STREET, PADDINGTON; 12, IRONGATE WHARF; G.W.R. PADDINGTON; L. & N.W.R. KILBURN and EUSTON. Creamery- UTTOXETER. Analyst: Professor A. W. STOKES, F.I.C., F. This Company is in a position to supply Dairymen in any part of London with first-class dairies and well cooled Milk in large or small quantities at reasonable pripes. Wholesale Vans to all parts of London and Suburbs twice daily. FOR A SUPPLY OF GUARANTEED PURE MILK, APPLY AS ABOVE. Teleplioiie-No. 229 PADDINGTON. Telegr .phic Address Farmership, London." T. R. THOMAS & Co., DAIRY AGENTS AND VALUERS, 143, STRAND, W.C. S.W.—34 barns 4d shop 625 weekly £ 1,000. N.—40 barns 4d. 5 cows ^850. HACKNEY.—30 barns 4d. estd. 50 years £ 700. CLAPHAM .—20 barns 4d. shop £ 20 £ 620. E.C.—18 barns shop £z5; pram £55°' PUTNEY.—22 barns 4d. shop £14; £53°. WEST .—20 barns 4d. shop £ 30 genuine ^520. CHELSEA .—20 barns 4d. shop ^24 £47°. N.W.—19 barns 4d. 2 prams shop 68 ^450. KENSINGTON.—18 barns 4d. 613 indoors; £45°. KINGS X .—18 barns; shop £15; 2 prams £45°. STEPNEY. —16 barns 4d. shop £ 10; rent £ 28; £3zo. N.W.—13 barns 4d. shop £12; £290. BORO.-S barns 4d. £35 indoors; £25°. HIGHBURY.—12 barns 4d. pram fine shop £ 250. BORO.—Indoors takings £45 rent ^40; £190. FULHAM.-4 barns 4d. shop ^35 trial; £190. S.E.-Indoors; takings ^"15 rent £4°. £ 100. Hundreds to choose irom, apply OFFICES 143, Strand, near Somerset House. IMPORTANT NOTICE.—TO DAIRYMEN AND 1 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 & 00.5 Dairy and Tarm Agents and gainers. Telephone II, BOND COURT, No. 1235 Centi,al. WALBROOK, 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: Handsome shop and 12 rooms; excellent premises long lease rent £65 can let side door and back entrance So gallons at 4cl. small to shops at 3d. 3 pram rounds trade in buiter, eggs, &c., £ 40 splendid business, guaranteed genuine owner retiring; price asked £ 1,200, or near offer good part of the purchase money can remain. Sole agent. Others at different prices from Cioo to £ 3,000. Indeor dairies. £ 3s"to £5°0.
I believe you murdered Jacob, and that his ghost will haunt you as long as you live." "Murdered? Haunted?" exclaimed Jonah, pale to the lips. Woman, what do you mean ? I mean what I say," replied Jane, gathering courage as she saw the effect of her words, "and I shall tell the police." No, no!" abjectly cried Jonah, "for God's sake, don't tell the police I tell you, woman, I never saw Jacob after I parted with him at the Red Cow." Then why does his ghost haunt you now ? asked Jane. Jonah whimpered, and answered Oh, I don't know, indeed, if it is not that I have been drinking too much. Every night I seem to see Jacob, beckoning me to go after him. I have refused, and to-night I thought he spoke to me Do you hear, woman ? He spoke to me His voice again became an unnatural shriek. Jane's face grew grim and hard. Jacob had been no favourite of hers, but the sight of the shaking wretch before her filled her, not with pity, but with loathing and disgust. She put his wild talk down to delusions wrought by drink, and she determined to humour the delirious drunkard till dawn and help would come. "And what did he tell you?" she asked. He told me where his body is he replied, with a shudder that shook his whole body. "And where is that?" she asked. It lies at the bottom of Pwll Du he said, in a hoarse whisper. Pwll Du-" the Black Pool "-she had heard of, though never seen. It was a black, slimy pool of stagnant water in an old abandoned river-bed, full of leeches and evil things, some three or four miles distant on the way to Llan- dilo, and separated from the main road only by the breadth of a field. "Pwll l)u?" she exclaimed. "Why, then, now you can get rid of Jacob's ghost." "How? How?" eagerly asked Jonah. "Go, tell the police she replied, "and get them to drag the pool. When the body is recovered and buried in Christian ground, then Jacob will be satisfied and you will have peace." "And I shall have peace!" said Jonah, dreamingly, putting his hot hand to his fevered brow. Very well, j then, to-morrow I shall tell the police." "Yes," replied Jane, "the sooner the better." But what if they won't believe me ?" he asked. "Then you must get the pool dragged your- self," answered Jane, decisively. But they will believe you, never fear, and if the body is found-u" I shall have peace interrupted Jonah, as he took up a candle and went upstairs without bidding Jane good-night. For hours after Jane heard his restless tread in his bedroom, while in her ears still rang his parting words, I shall have peace." [To be contznued. ]