NURDIN A PEaeoeK, .,I ''I WELLS STREET, OXFORD STREET, LONDON, W. WYAII ▼ ▼ 1 r%Kj 1 Trosglwyddwyr a dadforwyr uniongyrchol o bob YMENYN I rhano'rbyd. CAWS Wedi eu prynu a'u parotoi gan ein Goruchwylwyr MARGARINE I lleol, o dan ein sel a'n henw yn y lleoedd eu 1 gwneir. LARD J GWARENTIR EU PURDEB. Rhestr o'r Prisiau ar Archiad. DAIREO Maethyn Rhagorol yn lie I IACHUSOL, MAETHLON A BLASUS. Pecyn Pwys, i'w ail werthu 8c. Haner Pwys, 4c. LLAETH TEWADWY (Condensed Milk). DAN Y NOD "NURD INN." LLAETH TEWADWY YN LLAWN HUFEN A PHUR. DAN Y NOD "PEACOCK." LLAETH PARATOEDIG A PHUREDIG YN LLAWN HUFEN AC HEB EI FELYSU. MEWN BLYCHAU HYLAW. PRISIAU ISEL. OWAHODDIR. CHWI I RODDI PRAWP AR Y RHAIN. Gwarentir pob blwch yn addas i farchnad gartrefol neu dramof. Prisian a Samplat1 ond anfon eich cerdyn. 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. Price List post free on application. IMPORTANT NOTICE.—TO DAIRYMEN AND 1 COWKEEPERS. Intending purchasers in London and provinces should write, stating their requirements, to Messrs. J. D. Williams and Co., the well-known old-established firm of Dairy Agents, who have on their register a large selection of businesses, with or without cows, to suit all buyers in London and suburbs. Intending vendors should also ."register without delay. — Messrs. J. D. WILLIAMS AND Co., Dairy Agents and Valuers, 17, Hackney Road, London, N.E. 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. Telephone 1964 King's Cross. H. WILLINGS & Co., Dairy Business Agents, 125. F EET STREET, E.G. TELEPHONE: No. 150 HOLBORN. Situate KING'S CROSS. MILK.—15 barns daily (7^ at 4d.). Shop £10 to £12 weekly. One round can be easily worked by pram. Cash trade. Same hands 7 years. 4-roomed house. Photo at office. Rent 15s. weekly; including stable. Price only £ 180 bargain. Situate HOLLOWAY, N. MILK —10 barns daily at 4d. Shop £12 to £14 weekly. One pram. Rent 645 let off 19s 3d. weekly. Lease. Price £280; offer. Situate close CITY. MILK.- Old established cowkeeper's business. 30 barns daily at 4d., less little at 3d. Shop £ 12 weekly. 2 rounds, cart and pram. 16 good cows. Very convenient premises. Rent £60. Price all at £ 1,000. Part can remain. Situate WANDSWORTH. MILK.-Indoor dairy. Trade ^28 to ^30 weekly. Shop cost £100 to fit up. No Sunday trade. Excel- lent premises. Moderate rent. Price ^230; genuine. -H. WILLINGS & Co Situate BARNES, S.W. MILK.—8 barns daily at 4d. Shop ^35 weekly. One pram. Good premises. Price only £ 200 offer. Situate MAIN ROAD, N. MILK.—Provisions, &c. takings £45 to £so weekly. Very convenient premises. Satisfactory reasons for selling. Price £150 for quick sale genuine. SELECTION. MILK.—South Wales: 30 barns at 4d. £ 375. S.E. 26 barns; one cart; shop £ 30 £45°. W. 19 barns at 4d.; shop £30; 2 prams; ^5^0. 24 barns at 4d. 2 prams; £600. Battersea Takings ^28 weekly; same hands 17 years; £ 140. East: Takings £28 weekly; £ 70; offer. Borough: 17 barns at 4d. shop 6ig week 2 prams £290. 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 Shop and premises 22 barns at 4d. trade £23; 2 rounds lease net rent £ 20; price £45°. Another cheap business W.C. 23 J barns at 4d., less 31 at 3d. trade 620 no rent to pay, all let; 2 price £475. Several cowkeepers' businesses. Really good bargains. Indoor, close to City Trade Z12 price £35. Also, trade 620 price £90; and trade ^28; price £ 70. Good selection of others at various prices up to £ 3,000. T. R. THOMAS & Co., DAIRY AGENTS AND VALUERS, 143, STRAND, W.C. CLAPHAM.—34 barns daily 4d. Prams. Butter and eggs, £ 2i weekly. Fine shop. 1,000. CITY.-22 barns daily 4d. 2 prams. Counter trade £ 22. Net rental £ 15. ^450. KENNINGTON.—18 barns 4d. Shop £14. Rent £ 36. Lease. Any trial offered. ^"350. NORTH WEST.—OH established. 22 barns daily 4d. Prelty shop. Rent £36. ^"475. HIGHGATE. —12 barns 4d. Very select. Good trade in butter, eggs, bread, &c. £320. CLAPHAM.—Counter trade. Takings £36 weekly. Rent ^40. Fullest investigation. £210. ISLINGTON.—23 barns 4d. Shop £26 weekly. 2 -rounds. Rent ^50 sublet £26. £600. CANONBURY.-13 barns 4d. Counter trade 614 weekly. I pram. Rent all let. £35°' SURREY.—23 barns 4d. Large butter and egfitrade. 2 rounds. Rent ^30. ^430. WEST.—19 barns 4d. ^30 provisions. Splendid shop. Excellent portion. 2 prams. £55°. OFFICES 143, Strand, near Somerset House. D. J- TRUSCOTT & CO., Dairy and Harm Agents and Ualtiers. Telephone II, BOND COURT, Central WALBROOK, E.C.'
That night there were strange doings at the Methodist Chapel. A young minister, who had been touched by the revival fire in Glamor- ganshire, preached. His earnestness, his com- pelling power were felt at once. The congregation, used to the humdrum respectability of ordered devotion, became uneasy and restive. No one dared give vent to his feelings. All sat dumb while the preacher became more and more fervent. He exhorted them to yield to the Spirit, not to stifle it, or to fear the manifestations of its power. They looked each at his fellow, eager and yet afraid, burning and yet startled, stirred but still self-restrained. The preacher reached the stage of magnetic ecstacy. Eloquent, piercing words tumbled rapidly from his lips, his eyes flashed fire, his whole being was instinct with power. He drew a picture of the Saviour laying down His life for sinners,-and would sinners be ashamed to confess Him ? Old Betto sat in front of the gallery, her soul aut with emotion, yearning to respond to the preacher's mood, but ever held back by her rash promise to Mr. Morgan. At last she could bear it no longer. She whipped the shawl from her shoulders, and threw it with all her might in the direction of the big pew, where Mr. Morgan sat. "There's your shawl, Mr. Morgan," she cried, in a quavering voice, I care more for Iesu anwyl than for all the world besides." Thank God," exclaimed Mr. Morgan aloud, with streaming eyes, thank God for Betto Shon." The scene that followed cannot be described. The whole congregation was electrified. Men and women shouted and prayed, laughed and cried, sang and confessed—all at the same time. The preacher's voice was drowned. He looked on helpless, yet pleased. High above the din came old Betto's quavering treble. I thank Thee, oh Lord," she cried, for visiting Llanelwid once more in the chariot of Thy salvation." The old familiar phrase, so long associated with the name of Betto of the Revival, caused men and women to laugh—and to cry in the midst of their laughter. Old Betto's day of triumph had come. The emotions of her youth revisited her. For the first time for forty-five years she felt really at home in her old chapel. Tenderly did Mr. Morgan wrap her in the warm shawl that night as she started for he little cottage in the drizzling rain. Patiently ar her side did he trudge to her door. Reverentlyt as to a mother in Israel, did he bid her good night. "Good night," said Betto, "and now I can say with Simeon, 'Now lettest Thou Thy servant depart in peace, for mine eyes have seen Thy salvation. That was the last seen of Betto Shon alive, for that night her spirit departed in the chariot of His salvation. Next Week will appear No. 4 of the Series- "THE LADY OF THE LAKE."