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NURDIN AND PEACOCK, WELLS STREET, OXFORD STREET, LONDON, W- Telegraphic Address-" NURDIN, LONDON." Telephone No.-P.O. 6484 CENTRAL. NAT. 3526 GERRARD. EGGS Direct Importers from all parts of the BUTTERS I World. CHEESE Bought and Packed by Our Own Agents MARGARINE under Our Own Special Brands, I in country of origin. LARD 1 QUALITY GUARANTEED. Price List on Application. An Excellent Substitute for BUTTER. WHOLESOME! NOURISHING! DELIOIOUS I In One-pound Packets to retail at 8d. In Half-pound packets to Retail at 4d. ■■■ mi iiniinimiiififiiMin ■niniiMwn m CONDENSED IKCIIiKS. THE "NURD INN" BRANDS OF FULL CREAM CONDENSED MILK, AND MACHINE SKIMMED MILK. THE "PEACOCK" BRANDS OF STERILIZED UNSWEETENED SWISS MILK AND PURE RICH THICK CREAM. PACKED IN CONVENIENT SIZES. LOW PRICES. A TRIAL IS CONFIDENTLY RECOMMENDED. GUARANTEED FOR HOME OR EXPORT. SAMPLES AND PRICES ON RECEIPT OF TRADE CARD. 'PREPAID WANTS. 12 words; Once 6d. Three times 1/- 20 „ ,,9d. „ „ 1/3 28" „ t/- t "u 1/6 36 „ 1/3 „ „ 1/9 44" 1/6 of 2/- Every additional 8 words 3d. All Advertisements for insertion in this column must be accompanied with remittance in full; and must reach the office not later than the first post on Thursday in every week. Initials count as one word, and names and addresses charged for. Remittances should be made by Postal Order or Halfpenny Stamps. Replies can be addressed to this office. WANTED.—A General Servant for Business House, and also a Young Girl about 15 as Nursemaid small family, comfortable home, good wages for suitable persoa.-Apply, Evans, 68, St. George's Road, Southwark. DAIRy.-Young Lady wanted to look after a house ID and a small dairy. Two in family, must have personal references.—Jones, 40, Summerhill Road, Tottenham (Seven Sisters St., G.E. Railway). DAIRy.-Wanted a Young Lady for Shop only, JU experience and reference required.-Apply by Letter, M., Kelt Office, 211, Gray's Inn Road, W.C. 1 WANTED.- Young Man for Pram Round, live in. Welsh preferred.-Apply, 17, Myddelton Street, E.C. WANTED.—A sharp Youth to do Pram Round, VY Welsh preferred.-Apply, Jones, South Wales Dairy, Percival Street, Goswell Road. DAIRy.-Experienced Young Lady wanted for ij quick counter trade, also one for housework.- "A. B. 34," Kelt Office, Gray's Inn Road, W.C. MILK.-Old-established Indoor Business, same 1VJL hands over 30 years, proprietor retiring, over 80 Barns sold indoors weekly, can be doubled by adding outside trade, good trade in butter, eggs, and packet teas, cart takings over dE20 a week, Rent t32 on Lqase, Price o450 (private sale).—Apply J. T., 35, Kelt Office, 211, Gray's Inn Road, W.O. TWO Young Girls wanted as General and House- maid. Address, with full particulars, J., 14, Dartmouth Park Avenue, London, N.W. WANTED.—A Young Man to do a Round, must IN have good reference.—Apply Williams, 18, Blandford Street, Portman Square, W. — ———————————————————————————————— PERSON wansed as Mother's help, must be good needlewoman and used to children; youngest aged 3% years, comfortable home and small salary offered.—Mrs. Jolly, 26, Richmond Terrace, Clapham, S.W. DAIRY.—Young lady wanted to take sole charge of ID Shop and look after house only those accus- tomed to the trade and with good personal references need apply.—Williams, 7, Nugent-terrace, St. John's wood, N.W. COOK Wanted, 25-35, in Doctor's house. small family, house-parlourmaid, nurse and boy kept. Wages £ 18-20, yearly rise Welsh maid living near. —Mrs. Hoysted, Swanley, Kent. pHAPEL-KEEPER.—I ofalu am Gapel Cymraeg, U Radnor Street, Chelsea, disgwylir iddo breswylio yn y gymydogieth ago?. Ymofyner drwy lythyr yn uaig a'r Ys^rifenydd," c/o 1, Tedworth Gardens, Chelsea. A YOUNG Lady from Wales seeks Situation in a Dairy. Willing to assist in light housework. —170, Stephendale Road, Fulham. A PARTMENTS.—Pleasant Bed-sitting Room A (front), TO LET, suitable for two young ladies or gentlemen; rent moderate.—22, Barns- bury Grove, N. MOR 0 GAN YW \11 CYMRU I GYD. A Grand CONCERT Will be held at the QUEEN'S HALL (SMALL) In aid of ST. MARY'S WELSH CHURCH, CAMBERWELL NEW ROAD, On WEDNESDA Y, OCTOBER 19th, 1904 The following Artistes will appear Soprano- Miss MAGGIE DAVIES and Miss AGNES DAVIES Tenor: Mr. THOMAS THOMAS Baritone: Mr. MADOG DAVIES, A.R.C.M. Comic: Mr. BOB WILKINS Elocutionist: Mr. TUDOR RHYS Cornet Soloist: Mr. ALEXANDER EDWARDS (Of Crystal Palace Concerts) Accompanist: Mr. R. MEYRICK ROBERTS NOT TO BE MISSED. Chairman, JOHN FRANCIS, J.P., D.L. Doors open 7.30 p.m., to Commence at 8. Tickets, 10/6, 5/ Reserved 2/ 1/ to be obtainel from the Hon. Seo., Mc. D. Davies, 31, Dalberg Road, Brivton.

MARWOLAETH ANSURIN FARO).

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