Doctors Approve Gas Fires. Extracts from letters received from well known Medical Men. (The originals are open to the inspection of any of our consumers.) ■•■ > I am very pleased with stoves, and many people admire them. I am sorry I had not these in the in the past. M.E.C.P.I., etc. My Gas Fire gave me the most complete satisfaction last winter. In March—during the cold snap-I had severe influenza and pneumonia. For four weeks, day and night, my gas fire was alight in my bedroom, keeping up an even temperature, and in addition saving three guineas a week for a night nurse who would have have been required to keep up a coal fire.M.D., L.R.C.S. 1 am glad to tell you that the four gas fires which you installed for me here last winter have been i a great success and that the longer we use them the more we like them. After four or five winters abroad in Swiss and German Hotels with I central' heating, we did not at all like returning to the old-fashioned coal fires, but now with efficient gas fires we are most comfortable. I have recommended them to many patients and friends."—B.A., L.R.C.P., etc. Further testimony from eminent medical and scientific authorities as to the advantages of gas fires will be gladly furnished by The GAS LIGHT and COKE COMPANY, (Dept. G), HORSEFERRY ROAD, S.W. T. R. THOMAS & CO., Dairy Transfer Agents Experts and Valuers, 143, STRAND, W.C. TELEPHONE 2078 GERRARD. Milk: Holland Park-92 gls. daily 4d.; prams; goods £20 weekly line premises. £ 1,250. Milk: Kilburn-60 gls. dy. 4d.; provisions 928 wk.; 2 rounds; rent £ 45. £ 975. Milk: Bloomsbury-44 gls. dy.; goods zC20 wk.. handsome shop good lease. £ 750. Milk: N. W., main road-54 gls. dy. 4d.; counter trade 240 wk.; prams. jg730. Milk: Clapham-52 gls. dy. 4d.; shop 240 wk. wages 13s. wk. Rent ;245, £ 650. Milk: South W eSt-42 gls. 4d.; counter trade 915 wk.; nice premises at 240. 2500. Milk: Brixton-40 gls. dy. 4d.; goods 215 wk.; pretty shop rent 235. 2450. Milk: Paddington-40 gls. 4d., little 3d.; 2 prams; rent 245. 2400. Trial. Milk City-30 gls. dy.; zel2 wk. refreshments; Profitable concern. £ 375. Milk: N.W.-Good position. 17 gls. 4d.; shop £ 25 wk.; pram; easy rent. J6180. [ Selection. Milk: N.-29 gls. 4d.; rent 235 £25û Harrow Line—36 gls. 4d.: goods 214 weekly i2390 Chiswick-28 gls. 4d.; goods 220 wk. E385 South West-32 gls. 4d.; shop 218; pram zC375 North East-Old estd. 72 gls. 4d.; prains zC750 Wimoledon-30 gls. 4d.; main road £ 200 Putney, nr.-12 gls. 4d.; net rent £ 10 2130 Hacknev-19 gls. 4d.; shop 230 wk. zC350 Hyde Park-16 gls- 4d.; goods 220 wk. zC260 Tooting-22 glq. 4d.; shop 212; pram zC240 S.E.-14 gls. 4d.; shop 215; Rent 226 2100 Lambeth—gls-4d.; shop £ 15 pram 2175 North—22 gls. 4d.; shop 240; rent £ 36 C385 Kenninton-(Indoors). Trade 235 wk. £195 Royal National Eisteddfod, Colwyn Bay, 1910 OFFICIAL PUBLICATIONS 1910 List of Subjects and Prizes now ready Price 6d.; per post 8d. May be obtained from the CELT Office, 302, Gray's Inn Rd., London, or direct from the Publishers, W. H. Evans, Sons & Co., the Official Printers, Chester and Colwyn Bay. H. WILLINGS & CO., Recognised Agent & Valuers to the lffilk Trade, 125, FLEET STREET, E.e. TELEPHONE: 150 HOLBORN. Ealing—6 barns daily at 4d.; one pram; shop E6 to j67 weekly; fine premises at low rent. Fast growing part. Any trial. Illness cause of sale. £100. Offer. Walham Green-18 barns dy. at 4d.; shop 220 wk.; good premises; 2 prams. Wages 12s. Price 9520. Highbury-14 barns daily at 4d.; shop 918 to P,19 weekly; one pram easy rent; lease. Price C260. City-15 barns daily; shop and refreshments 210 to Ell weekly one pram rent all let. Same hands 13 years. Price 94CO. Fulham—10 barns daily at 4d. sbop £ 12 weekly one pram shop, good house. No debts. Price £ 180. Bargain. Canonbury-32 barns daily at 4d.; shop £ 7 weekly 3 rounds; convenient premises; rent and wages low. Price R800. Near in-32 to 35 barns daily (20 at 4d.) shop 290 weekly 2 prams 19 cows. Same hands 10 years. Profits £ 400 p.a. Price asked £1150. Thoroughly genuine. Selection- West End-8 barns 4d.; total trade P,20 to zC22 2175 West End—11 barns 4d,; shop 215; pram., 2250 Main Rd., W.-23 barns 4d.; shop 217; pranist450 Kennington-24 barns 4d.; shop 220; prams E600 Euston—11 barns 4d; shop 29; pram £ 200 Hyde Park-9 barns 4d.; shop 25; cheap 2160 Kilburn-9 barns at 4d.; shop 214; pram zC255 Paddington-20 barns at 4d.; shop £20; prams jg485 Bowes Pk.—10 barns 4d.; shop 215; pram 2220 Clapham, nr.—18 barns 4d.; shop 214; pram 2400 Full details of H. WILLINGS & Co., 125, Fleet St. Mrs. TUDOR RHYS, ELOCUTIONIST (Certificated). Concerts, Recitals, Adjudications, &c. Private and Class Tuition. For Terms apply- NODDFA, 24, HARCOURT ROAD, ALEXANDRA PARK, N. LONDON WELSH Rugby Football Club SEASON 1909-10 PRESIDENT: J. MILSOM REES, ESQ., F.R.C.S. FIXTURE LIST. FIRST XI. DATE CLUB GROUND Feb. 5 Oxford University Away 12 Guy's Hospital Away 19 Cardiff Away 23 Cambridge University Home 26 Cheltenham. Home- Mar. 5 Rosslyn Park Home 12 Blackheath Away 19 Neath Home II 25 Easter Tour Away Apr. 2 Catford Bridge Away 9 Leicester Away -J, CAPTAIN-Mr. H. T. MADDOCKS HON. TREAS.—Mr. TIM EVANS, 68, Farringdon Street, E.C. HON. SEC.—Mr. J. C. JENKINS, 68, Mount View Road, Stroud Green, N. ASSISTANT HON. SEC.—Mr. LEVI JONES, 1, Lansdowne Road, Hounslow, W. THE LONDON WELSH RUGBY FOOTBALL CLUB Will play all their Home Fixtures (1st, 2nd and 3rd teams) for Season 1909-10 on the "HEATH FIELD" GROUND, TRINITY ROAD, WANDSWORTH COMMON, S.W. Five minutes from Wandsworth Common Railway Station (L.B. & S.C. Ry.). Frequent trains leave Victoria Station—1.30, 1.52, 2 0, 2.22, 2.33, 2.45, 2.58 p.m. Printed and Published by THE LONDON WELSH PUBLISHING Co., LTD., at 302, Gray's Inn Road, London, W.C. Wholesale Agents-M. SOUTHWELL, Ivy Lane, Paternoster Row, and Printed by GBELLIER & SON, 302, Gray's Inn Road, London, W,C.