THE I KIT WESTERN >10 METBOPOLITH DAIRIES, THE LARGEST WHOLESALE MILK CONTRACTORS IN LONDON, Guarantee a supply of Pure Milk to Dairymen. For Terms and Particulars Apply- 9, HARROW ROAD, PADDINGTON, LONDON Telephone: 299 PADDINGTON. -vv _0- ■-j/ WILLIAM DA VIES, Dairy and Traqsfer Agent to tIle Milk Trade, t) 160, REi-H HOLBOltN (Drnry Lane End). Milk Kensington—92 gls. 4d.; shop 220; good 21050 99 years' leise, low rent; 70 gis. 4d. shop 220. CaII 31 gls. all 4d. shop 27,5 fortune only call zC520 Brixton—38 gls. 4d.; shop £ 15 high class B450 50 gls. 4d.; shop 2 17 2 prams; only £ 420 22 years' leask-, low rent, W.—32 gls. 4d.; s. 9.12 P,275 2o gls. all 4d.; shop, pram, low rent; call 2275 28 gls. 4d.; shop 212 pram very gooj 2265 10 gls. 4d.; shop 220; pram; big stock; all at E100 Iridoors.-L-ast-, rent low closed Sundays tak- ings CI8 to 2,10 £60. W.: Ddirv; takings £20; ()nly £45. General: Takings £ 24; £35. Many others. Notice to Clients.—Your ag nt has lately b?en indisposed; but coming to his usual vitality again, when all Clients shall have immtdiate attention to their business s. Ia" some of above, and can defy competition. Wood Green Welsh Baptist Mission, SHAFTESBURY HALL, BRAEMAR AVENUE. Cynhelir Gwasanaeth ar bob Saboth- BOREU, 11.0. HWYR, 6.30. YSGOL am dri y prydnawn. .(Sroosato a Z)erByniad (Sgnnes. MOORFIbuiS.' Leonard St., City Rd., E.G. — CYNHELIR CYFAmUFODY00 a PBEuftETHU Y SUL NESAF (yfory), JPryd y Pregethir, am 11 y boreu, 3 y prydnawn, a 6.30 yr hwyr, gan y Parch. D. C. JONES, Penygraig. NOS LUN traddoda Mr. Jones ei Ddarlith boblog- aidd ar y Testyn-11 PAUL ARALL." Cymerir y Gadair yn brydlon am 7.30 gan JOHN HINDS, Ysw. MYNEDIAD I MEWN YN RHAD. The ANNUAL TEA and CONCERT On Thursday, May 12th, Concert at 8 o'clock. Artistes—Miss Annie BnrtJe, Miss Tilly Bodycomb-, Miss Lucy We-ton, R.A.M. (Harpist), Mr. Gwilym Richards, Mr. Dm Price. 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TTOICE CULTURE.—Consult Professor Hancock, V Davits's Music War house, Newport, Consu ta- tions daily. MRS. PERCY JONES, L R.A.M., resumes Lessons iu_ in Pianoforte, Harmony and Theory on May 2nd.—Morlais House, St. John's Road, Newport. Gb. IDLE, Practical Piano Tuner and Repairer Send Post-card, 12, Railway Street, Newport. EDUCATIONAL. PRIVATE Tuition.—Coaching for examinations.— i Edgar Williams, M.A., B.D. (Edin.), 63, Somerset Road, Newport. FINANCIAL. T OANS 210 to £ 1,000 Confidentially arranged. L No sureties required Particulars free.—Baglow, 84, High Street, Newport. MISCELLANEOUS. 6lbs. Home Cured Bacon, postage paid, 7/.— U Thomas Bros., Farmhouse, Tonypandy. 189-7 HYPHYDINE.— Whitens the teeth. Scents the jjL breath. Antiseptic, refreshing, and highly pleasing \0 the taste. 7d. tin post-free Howell, Chemist, Newport, Mon. fTlEAGrUELINE HERBS—Wonderful medicine for J_ indigestion, constipation, headache, backache, liver, stomach, and kidney disorders. 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