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14% Colt Llundaln. A WEEKLY FAMILY NEWSPAPER Published every Friday for Saturday, Price One Penny. The only Welsh Paper Published in London. "Circulates among 5°,000 Welsh residents in the Metropolis. The LONDON KELT may be obtained direct ?from the Offices or through any News Agent In London or the Provinces. Agents and representatives have been established in all the chief towns in Wales. Persons experiencing any difficulty in obtaining regular supplies will please com- municate with the publishers. 'Has a steadily increasing sale throughout the Principality. CHAPEL AGENTS. ""BORO CHAPEL, Mr. G. John BARRETS GROVE, Mr. L. Evans. BATTERSEA, Mr. D. J. Davies. "CASTLE STREET, Master Herbert LI. James. CHARING CROSS, Mr. Varley. "CLAPHAM JUNCTION, Mr. James. CITY ROAD, Mr. Edmund Evans. GAMBERWELL, Mr. Jones. EAST HAM, Mr. D. Williams. FALMOUTH ROAD, Mr. Thomas Roberts. HAMMERSMITH, Mr. Ben. Evans.. HOLLOWAY CHURCH MISSION, Jonathan Davies. JEWIN, Mr. Roberts. KING'S CROSS, Mr. Griffiths. JSIOORFIELDS, Mr. J. Jones. RADNOR STREET, Mr. J. Richards. STRATFORD, Mrs. Willis, Welsh Chapel House. ST. BENET'S, ST. DAVID'S, Mr. Williams. SHIRLAND ROAD, Mr. W. James. STEPNEY, Mr. Morris. WALTHAMSTOW, Mr. Williams WILTON SQUARE, Mr. Pengelly. DEBTFORD, Davies, Harders Road. 2?LUMSTEAD, Wholesale- Everett & Son, 3, BellsBdgs., Salisbury Square Grellier & Son, 211, Gray's Inn Road. LONDON AGENTS. W. Bull, 895B, Edgware Road. Meech, 180, Walmer Road, W. St. David's, Paddington Green. TOPPINGS LIBRARY, 36, Porchester Raad, W Williamson, 21, Porchester Road. 'C. Mrs. Vernon, 40, Lamb's Conduit Street. Grellier & Son, 211, Gray's Inn Road. A. C. Varley, 137, Oharing Cross Road. J. J. KELLY, 2, Southampton Buildings Okill, 149, Drury Lane. Mrs. Morris, 120, Theobald's Road. James, Castle Street Chapel. Welsh Book and Music Store, 10, Cecil Court, Charing Cross. -^T.W. Mr. Mason, 7, Thurlow Terrace, M-iitlancl Pk. 14- Landon, 239, Pentonville Road. Cooper, 304, Pentonville Road. E. J. Griffith, 10, Penton Street. L. Evans, 18, Jude Street, Mildmay Park A. Taylor, Seven Sisters Road. H. Tice, 752 Holloway Road. Webb, Grove Road, Hornsey. Stonelake, 196, New North Road. J. Jones, 1, Clift Street J. Davies, 71, Windsor Road, Holloway Roberts, New Jewin Chapel. Everett & Son, Salisbury Square. 3.W. Jesson, 129, King's road. James, Clapham Junction. Richards, 20, Redburn street. Ben Evans, 2, Effie Road, S.W. D. J. Davies, 113, Queen's Road, Battersea G. John, 99, Great Dover Street. Denny, 108, New Kent Road. T. Roberts, 333, Deacon Street, Walworth Rd. Davies, 49, Harder's Road, Peokham. ,N.E. Morris, E., 138, Well street, Hackney. Willis, Welsh Chapel House, Tavistook Road D. Williams, 66, Gladstone Avenue, East Ham PREPAID SUBSCRIPTIONS. One copy weekly. From Office post free. 3 months 1/6 6 „ 3/- 12 » 6/" ^our Copies and upwards sent post free at ^Published price. Important Announcement. ENLARGEMENT OF THE LONDON KELT The increased and generous support given by London Welshmen to CELT LLUNDAIN during the past nine years, and its proved excellence to Advertisers as the best medium to reach all our Compatriots in London, and leading Welshmen all over the country, has encouraged the Proprietors to make extensive alterations in its size, and add several new features for Welsh and English readers in its increased columns for the coming Winter Season. The difficulties in establishing such a paper as THE KELT among the scattered Welsh community of the Metropolis were enormous; but with the ready co-operation of all Churches and Denominations and leaders of the London Welsh Societies, we have succeeded in a far greater degree than we had anticipated. All Welsh Writers of Note Contribute to THE KELT L In future as in the past the leading Welsh Scholarsof to-day will contribute regularly to its columns. Among its added interest will be several columns for our English supporters, written by eminent litterateurs,-now con- tributing special articles on Welsh subjects to the English Press-whose productions from week to week will deal with national questions, the religion, politics, education, and the literature of our country. THE KELT may be obtained through the usual Agents or a copy will be sent free by post for an Annual Subscription of 6/- Orders for the new issue should be immediately forwarded on form herewith. SUBSCRIPTION FORM. Please send.copy of The London Kelt every week until further notice to:— Name 0- ØA'A A. h u. 0.. _A" AA 0. _.0.. A". -AA. AA.A_ H"" _A. _A_ A_. O' ,h. "U"U. uu_u.n_.U"hu.hOhh- nn'.h_nn_ .u_ Address 1"1 'No! ;,¡ All Communications should be addressed to < ? "CELT OFFICE," 211, Gray's Inn Road, London, W.C.