Welsh Newspapers

Search 15 million Welsh newspaper articles

Hide Articles List

1 article on this Page



EDUCATION BILL 1902. A UNITED LONDON WELSH DEMONSTRATION To protest against the above Bill WILL BE HELD AT THE ST. JAMES'S HALL, PICCADILLY, W., ON FRIDAY EVENING, NOV. nth, 1902. THE CHAIR WILL BE TAKEN AT 8 P.M. PROMPT BY WILLIAM JONES, ESQ., M.P. WHO WILL BE SUPPORTED BY THE RIGHT HON. H. H. ASQUITH, KC., M.P., D. LLOYD GEORGE, ESQ. M.r. Ellis J. Griffith, Esq., M.P. B. McKenna, Esq., M.P. W. Llewelyn Williams, Esq., Rev. J. Morgan Gibbon AND OTHERS. A selection of Welsh Airs will be played on the Organ from 7 to 8 by Mr. MERLIN MORGAN. BOOKS OPEN TO TICKET HOLDERS, 7. PUBLIC ADMITTED AT 7.45 Reserved Seats, 1/ Tickets for Reserved Seats and Free Admission may be obtained of the usual Agents at the various Welsh Chapels, or of the Hon. Sees. of the London Cymru Fydd Society, ARTHUR GRIFFITH, 112, Gower Street, W.C., and DAVID R. HUGHES, «< Oakland," 4, Barrow Road, Streatham Common,,S.W. Come Early. No Seats reserved after 7.45 'PREPAID WANTS. ) Every Advertisement must be accompanied with remittance in full. 1- Initials count as one word, and names and address Charged for. Replies may be sent to the Office of this paper and will be duly forwarded to Advertiser. Remittances should be made by P. Order or Halfpenny Stamps. 12 words; Once 6d. Three times 1/- 20 „ ,,9d. „ „ 1/3 28" „ t/- jy ti 1/6 38" »• 1/3 n tt 1/9 44" 1/6 ft 2/- Every additional 8 words 3d. SERV ANTS.-Good plain Cook wanted, used to a i3 business house; good salary, comfortable home. —Apply J. B. Evans, Drapers, 67 and 68, Chapel Street, Islington. DAIRy.-Experienced Young Lady wanted to assist in Shop.-W., 43, Kelt Office, 211, Gray's Inn Road, W.C. WANTED.—A Girl for Housework and assist in N Shop; one just from Wales preferred.-Apply 24, Great Bland Street, Boro. WANTED.-By a Young Lady a situation in Dairy W used to the trade.-Apply A. B., Kelt Office, 211, Gray's Inn Road, W.C. YOUNG Lady (Welsh) wants situation in Dairy, housework and assist in shop.—Apply Miss Jones, 60, Rushey Green, Catford, S.E. LODGINGS for Two Gentlemen Friends, near Alexandra Palace.—Apply D. W., 74, Kelt Office, 211, Gray's Inn Road, W.C. CAPEL y Methodistiaid Calfinaidd, Romford Road, C Stratford, E.—Yn eisiau, Gwr a Gwraig i ofalu am, a glanhau, y Capel uchod. Manylion i'w cael oddiwrth yr Ysgrifenydd, i'r hwn y rhaid anfon ceisiadau am y lie, ar, neu cyn, Tachwedd 15fed.— R. H. Roberts, 144, Plashet Grove, East Ham, Essex. Ysgrifenydd. DAIRY.—Experienced Young Lady wanted for a Dairy Shop.—J. H., Kelt Office, 211, Gray's Inn Road, W.C. YT7 ANTED.—A Situation in a Dairy (inexperienced), n age 35.-Apply, A., 14, Phcenix St., St. Pancras. CAPEL y Methodistiaid Calfinaidd, Falmouth Road, C New Kent Road, Llundain, S.E.—Yn eisieu gwr a gwraig i ofalu am, a glanhau y Capel uchod. Pob manylion ynghydag Application Form i'w cael oddi- wrth yr Ysgrifenydd, i'r hwn y rhaid anfon ceisiadau am y lie ar, neu cyn, Tachwedd 24ain, 1902.- Morgan Morgans, 68, Alscot Road, Bermondsey, London, S.E., Ysgrifenydd. WANTED, good General, age 20 to 25, good wages, comfortable home.—Apply, 309, Caledonian Road, N. HT ILK.—Wanted by respectable young man (Welsh) H age 18, inexperienced, a Situation in Dairy Would accept low wages to commence; first-class references.—Apply by letter, Brython," Kelt Office, 211, Gray's Inn Road, W.C. LODGINGS for a respectable Young Man, near the City.—Apply X. Y. Z., Kelt Office, 211, Gray's Inn Road, W.C. A WELSHMAN seeks someone to join him in two furnished rooms.—Apply, 14, St. James Street, St. Peter's Street, Islington, N. LESSONS IN WELSH by an experienced Teacher. L Pupils visited at their own homes or received in Teacher's residence. Evening lessons at moderate charges, and a thorough course of the language given on the most approved modern method.-Write t6 Athraw," Celt Office, 211, Gray's Inn Road, W.C. CYNGHERDD ER BUDD YR HEN FARDD "CWCWLL" I GYMERYD LLE NOS WENER. Tachwedd sjj, 1902* YN YR HOLBORN TOWN HALL. CADEIRYDD— Timothy Davies, Ysw. C.S.LI. (Maer Fulham). Bydd y cantorion a'r cantoresau enwog can- lynol yn gwasanaethu Miss Gertrude Hughes (Soprano) Madame Juanita Jones (Contraltop Mr. Thomas Thomas (Tenor) Mr. Meurig James (Baritone) a'r byd-enwog GOR MERCHED Y KTMEia (0 dan arweiniad Miss FRANCES REES) Hefyd y crythor Cymreig poblogaidd Mr. Philip Lewis Ceir adroddiad gan yr actress a'r awdures^ adnabyddus, Mrs. Annie Bradshaw. Cyfeilir gan Miss Jennie Jones A Mr. Merlin Morgan CYSTADLEUAETH I FAME. AM Y DADGANIAD GOREU O'R GAN The Bugler," RHODDIR Cwpan Arian Hardd.. Beirniad: Mr. Maengwyn Davies. Yr enwau i fod mewn Haw erbyn y 15fed o'r mis, a'r "Pre-lim" i gymeryd lie nos- Fercher y 19eg, yn neuadd Capel y Wesleyaid City Road. Gadeirydd y Pwyllgor: R. T. OWEN, Ysw., Capel Holloway. Trys. ac Ymddiriedolwyr: W. J. LEWI", Ysw., Tabernacl, a L. H. ROBERTS, Ysw., Wilton Square. Ysqrifenyddion:— I. DAVIES, 65, Wynyatt Street, Goswell Road, E.C., E. THOMAS, 3, Warburton Street, Mare Street, Hackneyv IArgraffwyd gan GRELLIER a'i FAB, a Chyhoeddwyd gan Gwmni'r Cyhoeddwyr Cymreig Llundam (Cyf. yn 211, Gray Inn Road. Wholesale Agents-A. C. Mwtot, 9, Bed Lion Court. Fleet Street. Baetimt it Co., 10, Paternoster Square. Eyebett & Co., 8, Bell Buildings, Salisbury Sj.