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SALE BY TENDER. T. J. HARRIES & Co. FOR SALE BY TENDER, As a going concern, THE WELL-KNOWN DRAPERY AND MILLINERY BUSINESS NEAR OXFORD CIRCUS, carried on successfully IN for many years by the late Mr. T. J. HARRIES, under the above style. Also the Goodwill of the said business, together with the very valuable LEASE. HOLD SHOPS, being Nos. 258, 260, 262, 264, and 266 OXFORD STREET, Where the business is carried on, and Nos. 246 and and 248, OXFORD STREET, now in the occupation of Mr. Alfred Stedall. Also the Lease of the FIRST and UPPER FLOORS of Nos. 51A, 51, 53, 55, 57, 59, and 61, WIGMORE STREET, recently acquired for the purposes of the said business.) Tenders to be sent in so as to be received not later than the 25th April, 1902. Forms of tender, together with condi- tions of sale, and any further information, may be obtained from Mr. JOHN T. LEWIS, Solicitor, 54, Chancery Lane, London, W.C. JS/L I Zj lEC OAN-S APPRENTICE-MADE HALF-PINTS ONLY Per 4/6 Dozen. These are made of the very best materials and are quite as strong and durable as the best cans. They are properly shaped, but the soldering is not up to our usual standard of neatness. UNEXCELLED FOR STRENGTH AND DURABILITY. -————— Prompt Deliveries. Price Lists of all Dairy Appliances, Post Free. DAIRY OUTFIT CO., LTD., KING'S CROSS, LONDON. Thursday Next! Thursday Next May 1st. The Welsh Presbyterian Church, Romford Road, Stratford. A GRAND MUSICAL EISTEDDFOD Will be held at the above Chapel, On Thursday Evening, May 1, 1902 COMMENCING AT 7.30 P.M. Chairman- THE MAYOR OF WEST HAM Alderman SPRATT, J.P. Adjudicators- Music-Mr. E. MAENGWYN DA VIES Elocution-Rev. GARMON OWEN Accompanist—Madam MARION WILLIAMS ADMISSION, 1/- PROGRAMME AND PRIZES- 1. Glee (for a party not under 12 in number), Snow Flake." (" Pluen wen o eira glan") (D. Jenkins). Prize, e2 2s. 2. Quartet, "God is a Spirit" (Sterndale Bennett). Prize, Xl ls. 3. Duet (Soprano and Baritone), "The 'Shepherd and the Milkmaid," ("Y Llaethferch a'r Bugail") (W. Davies). Prize, 12s. 6d. 4. Soprano Solo, Down the Vale." In G. (F. L. Moir). Prize, 10s. 6d. 5. Contralto Solo, Angus Macdonald" (Roeckel). Prize, 10s. 6d. 6. Tenor Solo, "Llwybr y Wyddfa" (W. Davies) Prize, 10s. 6d. 7. Baritone Solo, "The City of Rest." In F. (C. F. Lloyd). Prize, 10s. 6d. 8. Pianoforte Solo (for those under 16), "Tarantelle" (Stephen Heller). Prize, 7s. 6d. 9. Recitation (for those under 16), The Windmill (H. W. Longfellow). Prize, 5s. 10- Recitation (open to all), "Y Gerbydres ar Dan" (Tryfanydd). Prize, 7s. 6d. igggT A Preliminary Competition will be held at the Welsh Presbyterian Church, Romford Road, on Wednesday, April 30th, at 7 p.m. Admission by showing Tickets, which are available on the Eisteddfod night. Intending Competitors must send me their names not later than Monday, April 28. D. RICHARDS, 31a, Maryland Park, Stratford, E.