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60RRIGAN & FRENeH, High =class Tailors, ARE EXPERTS IN EVERY 3 DEPARTMENT OF TAILORING AND GUARANTEE PERFECTION IN CUTTING AND FITTING. Speciat to those coming up for the Eisteddfod. Should give us a Call before Buying from other Firms WHO ADVERTISE IN WALES. « « 19 and 20, Aldersgate Street, and 32, Rosebery Avenue, London, E.C. It « THE London Welshman. A Journal for Welsh Men and Women. Published every FRIDAY. 16 pp. Price id. Terms of Subscription (Post Free):—Three Months, 1/8; Six Months, 3/3; Twelve Months, 6/6. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. The Charges for Prepaid Advertisements under the following Headings- SITUATIONS-WANTED AND VACANT, APARTMENTS — FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED, EDUCATIONAL, GARDEN, FOR SALE, MISCELLANEOUS, &c., are 20 Words and under, one insertion, is. (4d. for every additional 8 words). Three insertions for 2s. 6d. Advertisers should state under which heading they wish their announcements to appear. The Address is included as part of the Advertisement and charged for. No displayed Advertisements can appear in above columns. Births, Marriages, and Death Announcements, is. 6d. Trade and Professional Cards, 2s. 6d. per inch. Advertisements must be received by Tuesday afternoon to ensure insertion in the following Friday's issue. The rates for displayed Advertisements can be had on application. Special positions by arrangement. All communications respecting Advertisements to be sent to the Manager, The London Welshman," 45, 46, and 47, St. Martin's Lane, London, W.C. SITUATIONS VACANT. CANVASSER Wanted to call upon Hotels, ^Restaurants, Boarding-houses, etc., in Aberystwyth and adjacent seaside towns, suit Cyclist, good Commission. Full particulars to-" WELSHMAN," Harrison's Adver- tising Agency, 45, St. Martin's Lane, London, W.C. DRAPERY.—J. DAVIES AND SON, Cloth Hall, Car- marthen, have a vacancy for an Experienced Young Man-Dress Department-and capable of supervising Drapery Department; Welsh.-Apply, full particulars. YN Eisiau, Cymraes o gymeriad da, fel Housekeeper, ac 1 gymeryd gofal plentyn bychan. Cyflog da a chartrefcysurus.—Ymofyner a DAVID DAVIES, 2, York Terrace, Kensal Rise, W. SITUATIONS WANTED. WANTED by a Young Lady (Welsh) situation in Dairy. Eight months' experience.—L. TONES, 18, Queen's-road, Ilford, Essex. YOUNG Lady (Welsh) seeks situation for House- work and assist in Dairy.—Apply, 68, Wells Street, Oxford Street, W. YOUNG Lady seeks Situation in Dairy. Used to quick counter trade. Experienced. Good refer- ence.-M. A., 57, Queen's Road, Lavender Hill, S.W. YOUNG Woman seeks Situation to assist in House and Dairy disengaged.—Apply, M. THOMAS, 517. Battersea Park Road, S.W. MISCELLANEOUS. BEN JONES, 88, High Street, Marylebone, supplies Provisions, Poultry, etc., to Drapers, Restaurants, and Hotel Proprietors at Wholesale Prices. Write. Miss JENNIE JONES, A.R.C.M., 168, New Kent Road, S.E., Teacher of Pianoforte, Violin, etc. Accompanist for Eisteddfodau, Concerts, and At Homes. MADOC DAVIES, A.R.C.M., Teacher L.C.M., Voice Production and Solo Singing. Telephone 8914 Central. For Terms Apply, 118, Euston Roaa. Mr. T. VINCENT DAVIES, (PROF. MUSIC), Gives Lessons in Piano, Organ, Singing, Theory, Harmony and Composition. For terms apply-31, LUCERNE ROAD, HIGHBURY, N. Mr. HERBERT EMLYN, Tenor. For Oratorios and Miscellaneous Concerts. Lessons given in voice production and singing. Terms on appli- cation to 112, Seymour Road, Hornsey, N. WILLIAMS, General Printer, 'Phone No. 231, Pentonville Road, 13579 Central. King's Cross. Typewriting, Shorthand, and Translations. All work guaranteed efficient. PUPILS TAKEN. Terms £ 5 5s. Miss B. HAMER JONES, 59=60, Chancery Lane. OUR SPECIAL PRIZE OFFER. THE LONDON WELSHMAN has now been before the public for five months, and on all hands we hear testimonies to its excellence. But we know that there are thousands of Welsh people in London alone, not to say anything about Wales, who do not read it because it has not yet been brought to their notice. In order to reach this numerous class we appeal to those of our readers who are of opinion that the paper is deserving of support, to give us their assistance. The more subscribers we have the better the paper we shall be able to provide. And we are prepared also to show our appre- ciation of those who will assist us in a substantial manner. We make the following offer, which shall remain open until the end of February, 1905 To any person who will secure Twelve New Subscribers for Twelve Months, we shall send any book or books they may choose of the value of Seven Shillings and Sixpence; and any person who will secure Six New Sub= scribers for Twelve Months will receive a book or books of his own choice to the value of Three Shillings and Sixpence. The names and addresses of the new sub- scribers, together with prepayment at the rate of 6s. 6d. (which includes postage) for each sub- scriber, to be sent direct to the office, 45, St. Martin's Lane, W.C. — Marlborough Restaurant, 23, VILLIERS STREET, STRAND, LONDON, W.C Bed and Breakfast, 46 (No Extras). THE BEST DINNERS AND SUPPERS IN LONDON. ■ ■ JVIODERATE CHARGES. JONES' HOTEL, (ESTABLISHED OVER TOO YEARS), Suffolk Street, Pall mall, London, f f Adjoining Trafalgar Square. (Successor to Mr. Roberts, Thanet Place) Telegraphic Address—" PLEASANT," London. 7 elephone-No. 8889, Central. Proprietor-H. R. JONES. The "ANGEL" HOTEL, ISLINGTON. ENTIRELY REBUILT AND ELEGANTLY FURNISHED. BED AND BREAKFAST from 5s. First Class Restaurants. Meals as desired. Welshmen Cordially Invited. E. CASH, Proprietor. T. M. WARREN, Commercial Hotel and Dining Rooms, 50 & 51, St. Martin's Lane- Visitors to London can obtain Comfortable Accommo- dation Meals as desired Cleanliness a speciality Bed and Breakfast from 4s.; Special Terms by the Week from 35s. Proprietor: T. M. WARREN. Q| nrifC For Advertisements, DftBUwIld Catalogues, &c. GOOD WORK. LOW PRICES. Warehouses, Shop Fronts, &c., a 8peciality. HALF-TONE ENGRAVING CO., LTD., 25, Farringdon Avenue, London, E.C. D. COOKSEY & SON, Inexpensive & Modern Funerals. (Price List on Application). 266, UPPER STREET, ISLINGTON, and 52, AMWELL STREET, PENTONVILLE. Carriage Department, 97, CHAPEL STREET. Telephone Nos. 30 and 601, KING'S CROSS. Cbe Iticsdanift Dumsday, 34, CHARLOTTE STREET, PORTLAND PLACE, W. Tailor-made Gowns, and Smart Day and Evening Dresses made on the shortest notice. WELSH LADIES WILL BE STUDIED TO THE UTMOST, AND PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED. Mr. HENRY MORGAN, Surgeon Dentist, 10, TAVISTOCK PLACE, W.C. ARTIFICIAL TEETH from 5/- to 10/- COMPLETE SETS (UPPER AND LOWER), from J64. Teeth Extracted under Gas and Ether Spray. Old Sets of Teeth Remodelled. Charge for Consultation. Siaredir Cyjnracg OSyn f-wy aymunol ADVERTISEMENT ORDER FORM. To the Advertisement Manager, "London Welshman," 45, 46, and 47, St. Martin's Lane, London, W.C. Please insert the following advertisement in your next issue, for which I enclose £ s. d f [ I I I I RATE.—20 words or less, is., and 4d. for every eight additional words.