SALES AND WANTS. SITUATIONS VACANT & WANTED. YOUNG LADY, experienced, requires Situation in Dairy; good reference.—E. W., 1, Nye Street, Poplar, E. B147-20 WANTED, a respectable Young Lady to serve in a 11 W Dairy. Apply 200, St. James's Road, Ber- -mondsey. B150.20 OUNG WOMAN Wanted for Housework and 1_ assist in Shop. Apply 76, St. John's Road, ffloxton. B146-20 YOUNG LADY Required for Housework in Dairy. i Apply 159, High Street, East Ham. B155-27 WANTED, Welsh Young Girl for Housework and assist in Dairy.—57, Goldney Road, Paddington. B156-27 WANTED, a Young Girl for Housework; no washing. Apply, by letter, "N. 0. Box 159, OELT Office, 211, Gray's Inn Road, W.C. [B159-27 DAIRY.—Young Woman Wanted for Housework JJ and assist in Shop. Small family. Apply 3, I.Calabria Road, Highbury. B164-27 DAIRY. Young Lady wanted, must be used to _Lf the trade. Good reference required.-D. Lloyd, :364, Green Lanes, Upton Park. B 116-20 ANTED.-Orie or two strong young Welsh W Cobs about 15 hands, suitable for Dairy trade must be sound and quiet, to stand all road nuisances. —Apply Webbs' Priory Dairy, Reigate, Surrey. [B173-4 (^IRL wanted, age about 17 or 18, for housework T and assist in shop.—Apply 57, Hemstal Road, West Hampstead. B160-27 WANTED. Respectable middle-aged Woman as tY Working Housekeeper, or could make arrange- ments with married couple (middle age) without family.—Francis Davies and Co., Chemists, Gros- venor Road, Canonbury. [B167-20 YOUNG WOMAN requires situation in a Dairy; Y no objection to little housework.—Apply "L," ,,63, Dalling Road, Hammersmith. [B172-27 GENE R AL.-Capable woman excellent home \J no children, cooking or window cleaning; jplain washing. Call.-Fischer, 312, Old Ford Road, Bow. [B174-4 YOUNG LADY wanted to assist with household duties in bnsiness house.—Evans, 2, Norman Itoad, West Kensington. [B175-4 MISCELLANEOUS. IlHE "KELT" in Cardiff. The public of Cardiff J. and district are informed that they can get the "KELT" every Friday at Miles', Queen's Arcade, Cardiff. WHEN Visiting Cardiff go to the Geisha Cafe, 26, Castle Arcade, for first-class Teas and Refresh- ments at reasonable charges. B149-20, TRUSSES.—Write to Manufacturer, Allen Pearce, i 23, Charles Street, Cardiff, for List. B161-27 SPECTACLES.—Scott, Ophthalmic Optician, 37, tj Castle Arcade, Cardiff, supplies most satisfactory "Spectacles. B162-27 GENTLEMAN wants Apartments in Brixton or neighbourhood. Welsh people preferred.— Apply, Box 79, Kelt Office, 211, Gray's Inn Road, W.C. [B 171-4 SURGICAL APPLIANCES.—Write to Manu- o facturer, Allen Pearce, 23, Charles Street, -Cardiff, for List. [B151-27 BUSINESSES FOR SALE. DA TRY AND PROVISIONS.—Business to be dis- J 7 posed of in the heart of a busy market; taking 220; has done £50; "neglected"; price 250 or offer; bargain.-A.pply, A. Lilley, Provision Mer- chant, 39, White Horse Street, Stepney. [B170-27 X10 to X10,000 ADVANCED daily. No Sureties or Fees. Pob peth yn Brivate. Ymofynwch a WILLIAM LLOYD, 4, Church, St., Cardiff. Nat. Tel.: 20. Telegrams: Temporary." B122-20-4 ¡ i R. O. EDWARDS. ROBERT DAVIES. EDWARDS & DAVIES, folders of the Rational OOhite ose and (Sold Medalists 10)05 arld 1 0 (9- The Old Bailey) 121, NEWGATE STREET, LONDON, E.C. >— i m Having terminated respective engagements of fifteen and nine ai years with a firm of High-Class Tailors, we beg to inform you that we have opened a jfjcjc.- A MODERN AND UP-TO-DATE TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT with Ladies' and Gentlemen's Departments at the above address. A For many years we have held responsible positions in the City and the West End. Our CUTTING AND FITTING have always given every satisfaction, imparting ease, comfort and elegance hitherto obtainable only in private West-End Establish- ments at very high prices. In addition to our considerable experience and technical attainments, our all round excellence jjNBHHBHBHN has been proved by successive awards of the NATIONAL THE WHITE Kose TKOPHV. WHITE ROSE TROPHY, open to Competitors drawn from the United Kingdom, and other valuable prizes; and on several occasions we have acted as Adjudicators in the Principal Classes at the Annual Tailoring Exhibitions. In view of our past achievements and the confidence reposed in us, we beg respectfully to solicit your kind support and recommendation. Any Orders you may favour us with shall receive our promp attention. We also desire to assure you that every garment will be cut by ourselves and made up under our own personal supervision. Our Stock is entirely new, of the very latest designs, selected with the greatest care, and purchased at the lowest Cash terms. YOUR INSPECTION IS CORDIALLY INVITED, or, in case a personal visit is inconvenient, we shall be pleased to wait upon you with samples, and receive your esteemed commands. We are, dear Sir, Your obedient servants, EDWARDS & DAVIES.