NURDIN AND PEAeOeKo WELLS STREET, OXFORD STREET, LONDON, W. Telegraphic Address-" NURDIN, LONDON." Telephone No.-P.O. 6484 CENTRAL. NAT. 3526 GERRARD. EGGS V I BUTTERS I Direct Importers from all parts of the World. | CHEESE J Bought and Packed by Our Own Agents under ( Our Own Special Brands, in country of MARGARINE origin. LARD J ongm. QUALITY GUARANTEED. Price List on Application. DAIREO, An Excellent Substitute for WHOLESOME! NOURISHING! DELICIOUS! In One=pOLind Packets to Retail at 8d. In Half=pound packets to Retail at 4d. CONDENSED MILKS. 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. Samp'es and Prices on receipt of Trade Card. C. RUSSELL & CO., 64, 66, 68 & 70, DENMARK HILL, ————————— S.E. — General Drapers, Welsh Ladies will FIND EXCEPTIONAL VALUE for money spent with us, and we kindly invite your custom. SALE Commencing FRIDAY, JAN. 20th. Price List post free on application. J. STRONG & SONS, Ltd., HIGH-CLASS PIANOS, 118, EUSTON ROAD. PIANOS BY THE HIRE PURCHASE SYSTEM AND ALSO FOR CASH. A large assortment by all makers is kept in Stock Terms from 10/6 per month. We undertake to say that better value and term cannot be obtained elsewhere. KINDLY NOTE OUR NEW ADDRESS. MESSRS. HOLLAND (ESTABLISHED 1859), Dairy Agents and Valuers to the Milk Trade, LATE OF CALEDONIAN ROAD, N., Beg to inform their numerous clients in the milk trade that owing to Expiration of Lease they have removed to more commodious offices at 307, GRAY'S INN ROAD, KING'S CROSS, W.C. Next door to Willow's Refrigerating Co., Ltd. Telehpone 1964 King's Cross. H. Wi H. WILLINGS & Co., Dairy Business Agents, 125, FLEET STREET, E.C. TELEPHONE: No. 150 HOLBORN. INDOOR DAIRIES. MILK.-Several genuine businesses. Note the follow- ing :—West Kensington: Trade: £ 23 weekly, cash. Nice shop 7 rooms side door. Rent 640 let off £18. Same family 30 years. Price £110. Battersea: Trade: £ 28 weekly. Good premises. Same hands 17 years. Z140. Custom House: Trade: £ 28 weekly. Price £7°. King's Cross: Trade: 650 weekly, also £50 weekly wholesale. Good position. Price £250. Full details of H. WiLUNGS & Co Situate BAKER St., W. MILK.—6 to 7 barns daily at 4d. Shop £ 7 weekly. 2 One pram. Shop; 4 rooms; side door. Price ^"120. -WILLINGS. Situate SHEPHERD'S BUSH. MILK—19 barns daily at 4d., less little at 3d. to shops. Counter trade: Z30 weekly. Main road position. Rent moderate. Lease. Price £550; close offer. Situate BOROUGH. MILK.-I7 barns daily (122 at 4d.) shop £19 weekly; 2 2 prams. 4-roomed house yard, &c.. Rent low. Price only £ 290 close offer.-WILLINSS & Co. Situate BERMONDSEY. MILK.—26 barns daily, half at 4d., on one cart round. Shop £ y> weekly. Nice shop and house. Same hands years. Price £45°. Buyers call or write. Situate close VICTORIA STATION. MILK.-52 barns daily nearly all 4d. shop £20 weekly. 3 rounds. Convenient premises. Same hands 18 years. Net profits ^550. Price ^i,6co; recommended. Situate SOUTH WALES. MILK.—30 barns daily (24 at 4d. ). 3 rounds. Good shop trade. Milk bought at is. 5-Ld. Good pre- 2 mises. Price ^375. H. WILLINGS & Co., 125, Fleet Street, E.C. JOHN EVANS (Late CASTLE & EVANS), DAIRY OUTFITTER, 60, SEYMOUR STREET, EUSTON. WILLIAM DAVIES. Dairy and Insurance Agent, 160, HIGH HOLBORN, W.C. To intending purchasers of Cow Businesses and Milk Rounds. Splendid selections. Come to Davies. Milk.-Close to City, 25 years lease; rent £50; let £ 26; 22 barns at 4d 14 cows, shed for 19 horse and cart; trade £10 to Z12 good spot bargain offered. Also, Walworth 18 barns at 4d., 12 qts. at 3d trade £14, capable of £30; back entrance, nice shop and premises £ 425. Numerous others. Indoor Dairy and Provision, close to City, corner shop. I [ gals. at 4d. daily takings 630 ready cash rent 645 let £26. another £15 could be let; illness; price £ 170. T. R. THOMAS & Co., DAIRY AGENTS AND VALUERS, 143, STRAND, W.C. | CLAPHAM.—34 barns daily 4d. Prams. Butter and j eggs> £ 24 weekly. Fine shop. £ 1,000. I CITY.—22 barns daily 4d. 2 prams. Counter trade £ 22. Net rental£I5. £45°. KENNINGTON.—18 barns 4d. Shop £ '14. Rent £ 36. Lease. Any trial offered. £ 350. NORTH WEST.—Ol i established. 22 barns daily 4d. Prelty shop. Rent £36. £ ^7S- HIOHOATE. -12 barns 4d. Very select. Good trade in butter, eggs, breaH, &c. £320. CLAPHAM.—Counter trade. Takings £ 36 weekly. Rent £ 40. Fullest investigation. £210. ISLINGTON.—23 barns 4d. Shop 426 weekly. 2 rounds. Rent £50; sublet £ 26. £600. CANONBURY.-I3 barns 4d. Counter trade £ 14 weekly. 1 pram. Rent all let. £ 350. SURREY.—23 barns 4d. Large butter and egg trade n?tJ0U £ ds- Rent/3o. LO- west.—19 barns 4d. £ 30 provisions. Splendid shop. Excellent portion. 2 prams. £55°. OFFICES 143, Strand, near Somerset Hou,e. D. J- TRUSCOTT & CO., Dairy and Tarni flints and Ualuers, Telephone II, BOND COURT, Central. WALBROOK, E.c!
it be, then, the prisoner who entered the shop? Consider your verdict." Up jumped the foreman, almost before his lordship had finished speaking. In a loud, clear voice, with the important air of a1 man doing a noble action, he cried: Not guilty; my lord." And that is the verdict of you all ? asked the, officer of the court. "Yes, of us all," cried the jury, in unison. There was applause in court, which, as the newspapers said the .following day, was instantly suppressed. "Prisoner at the bar, you are discharged," said Mr. Justice Blake. "Thank you, your lordship," said John Smith, looking eminently pleased, as he stepped out of the dock, a free man once more, without a stain i- on his character. He could hardly realise the change which a short five minutes had wrought. xJohn Smith had hardly left the court to drink the healths of sundry admirers who made a hero of him, than a reporter rushed excitedly into coyrt, and went straight into the press-box. He began fumbling about in dark corners in a state of great agitation. "What have you lost?" asked a friendly policeman. I've taken the wrong hat," said the reporter. I was in a hurry to take my copy to the office, and never discovered that the hat I had was much too big for me." Is this your hat ? asked the friendly police- man, giving him the hat which had been tried and found too small for John Smith. "Yes, that's it," said the delighted reporter. But whose can this be ? holding out the one he had taken. I'm hanged if I know," said the policeman irritably, but I'm blowed if I don't think it would fit the head of John Smith." Bobby Jones was inundated with congratula- tions. He was asked to dine with the judge, and briefs began to pour in. He is universally looked upon as a clever fellow, and his defence of John Smith-and especially the dramatic climax of the hat-is quoted as a masterpiece of forensic art. And Bobby smiles and modestly says nothing. Next week will appear No. 3 of the Series- "THE TRIUMPH OF BETTO SHON."