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SALES AND WANTS. In the case of all accepted advertisements not -accompanied with a remittance in full FOURPENCE per line per insertion will be charged. Postal orders to be made payable at 211, Gray's Inn Road. Half- penny stamps received for sums under one shilling. Telephone No. 11854 P.O. Central. Offices: 211, GRAY'S INN ROAD, LONDON, W.C. 12 words. Once 6d. Three times 1/- 20 „ yi Od. „ „ 1/6 28" M 1/~ H 2/- 136 71 113 2/6 Every additional 8 words „ 3d. „ „ 6d "SITUATIONS VACANT & WANTED WANTED, a Young Lady, about 25 or 30, for Dairy and Housework. To take charge in Principal's .absence. Must have first-class references. A com- fortable situation to a suitable person. Apply at 40, Union Street, Oxford Street, W. AIRY.-Young Lady (Welsh) Wanted for House- work and assist in Shop when required. Apply '-97, Storks Road, Bermondsey, S.E. [B198-25 WANTED, Welsh Girl in a business house, to do housework and plain cooking; comfortable home; good wages to a suitable person.—Call 11 Perle," The Victoria, 37, Hassard Street, Hackney Road. [B200-25 ILK.-Respectable Young Man Wanted. Must iU. have good references; age 18 to 20; Welsh preferred. Apply 96, Keppel Street, Chelsea. B204-25 TWO Young Ladies Wanted; Welsh preferred; used to shop trade. Apply 152, Hoxton Street, Hoxton. B218-8 AIRY.-Young Lady Wanted to manage Shop 1) and House. Good reference. Apply 82, Ux- sbridge Road, Shepherd's Bush, W. B214-8 MISCELLANEOUS. THE" KELT" in Cardiff. The public of Cardiff JL and district are informed that they can get the "KELT" every Friday at Miles', Queen's Arcade, .and at the Branch Office, 3, Cwmdare Street, Cardiff TAILOR and Outfitter.—Best Style and Fit.- JL David Jones, 138, Liverpool Road, London. B212-1 ROBERT Bevan, 31 and 35, Castle Street, Cardiff, JTL is the biggest seller of Cycles and Motor-Cycles in the city. Marvellous value. List free. B205-29-6 FOR Excellent Spectacles go to Scott, Ophthalmic Optician, 37, Castle Arcade, Cardiff. B206-18 SOUTH WALES. Those interested in real Estate U should write for a copy of Penrose Kernick's -ilroperty Report.-47, Queen Street, Cardiff. B207-25 ARTIFICIAL Legs, Arms, Eyes, &c.—Allen Pearce Manufacturer, 23, Charles Street, Cardiff. B217-1 HOUSES AND APARTMENTS TO LET. BEDROOM To Let.—Dairy in main thoroughfare, W.C.; suit 2 friends; full or partial board, as desired. Welshmen preferred. Terms very moderate. Apply Box No. 96, KELT Office, 211, Gray's Inn Rd. B210-1 PUBLISHERS' NOTE. The Publishers of "The London Welsh- man and Kelt" will be pleased to hear sfrom any Reader or Newsagent who ex- periences a difficulty in obtaining this jpaper. To avoid any delay a standing order should be given to a Newsagent, or at the Railway Bookstall, so that they can make the necessary arrangements to obtain a supply punctually each week. Telephone s Central 14153. EDWARDS & DAVIES, HOLDERS OF THE WHITE ROSE TROPHY. GOLD fyfED ALLIS TS 1905= 1906. MODERN TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT ".I 4,191 ollpi tvp Gentlemen desirous of Dressing well AT A MODERATE COST, and wishing to avoid Clothing with the appearance of Cheap Production, should visit 121, NEWGATE ST., E.G. Our prices for FROCK COAT SUITS (as shewn above by our Artist) range From 59/6 upwards. LIFE AND TIMES OF ST. DAVID DEWI SANT BY OWEN RHOSCOMYL, Welsh Translation by REV. J. E. DAVIES. The work contains Genealogical Tables showing his descent and his connection with the other Saints and Princes of Cymru, and gives a fine picture of the Wales of St. David's time, and all the facts actually known concerning our Patron Saint. Is. nett. Is. 3d. post free. Strongly bound, boards. Published March 18th, ODLAU SERCH A BYWYD (Lyrics of Love and Life) GAN SYR MARCHANT WILLIAMS Full Bound in Lamb Skin 2/6 nett, Postage 3d. „ in Cloth 1/6 nett, Postage 3d. To be had of all Booksellers. THE EDUCATIONAL PUBLISHING COMPANY, MERTHYR TYDFIL. Cyfeirier pob Gohebiaeth a fwriedir Vn colofnau, "The Editorpob Hysbysiad, a phob Archeb, "The Manager," a'y oll i'r Swyddfa, Celt Office," 211, Gray's Inn Road, London, W.C. BATTERSEA RISE WELSH CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. ,r,f' LADIES' GRAND COFFEE SUPPER TUESDHY EVENING, JUNE 4th, 1907, at 7.30 (In aid of the Building Fund). Artistes: Miss GWLADYS ROBERTS, R.A.M. Miss AGNES PARRY, R.A.M. Mr. D. B. JONES (Silver Cup Winner). Miss JENNIE DAVIES (Elocutionist). Winner of Silver Cup and zOl Is. at Caerphilly- Eisteddfod, April, 1907. Accompanist- Miss WINIFRED WILLIAMS. Solo Competition (open to all comers, in any key), Ora pro nobis (Piccolomini), Prize, Gold Medal. Adjudicator-PEDR ALAW. "r,-r- Darllen Difyfyr. Areitlp Difyfyr. Gwobrau Anrhydeddus. Beirniaid Cymwys. Competitors on the Solo must be at the preliminary contest 6 p.m. June 4th. Silver Collection will be made during the evening, and every competitor must give nothing less than 6d. for entrance fees. Names of the intending competitors must reach the following organisers by June 3 :— Miss MAGGIE OWEN, 33, Henderson Road, Wandsworth. Mrs. TOM JENKINS, 507, Battersea Park Road. Miss FRANCIS, 48, Castle Street, Battersea. LLYFRAU CYMRAEG. GWYDDFA Y BARDD, sef gwaith Barddonol y diweddar Brifardd Cawrdaf." Mewn llian, 5/6. BYWYDAU ENWOGION, yn cynwys hanes Owain Glyndwr, Die Aberdaron, a Twm o'r Nant (ganddo ef ei hun), yn nghyd a Breiniol Gofrestr o hen Frenhinoedd a Thywysogion y Brythoniaid er yr amser boreuaf. Mewn llian, 3/6. Y TAFOD 0 DAN, sef gwir nerth Cristionog- aeth, gan William Arthur, M.A. Mewn llian, 2/6. LLYFR Y RESOLUTION, neu hollawl ymroad i wasanaeth Duw, cyfieithedig gan y diweddar Doctor John Davies, o Fallwyd. Mewn llian, 3/6. IEUAN BRYDYDD HIR, sef ei holl weithiau barddonol ac amryw o'i lythyrau. Mewn llian, 3/6. EDMUND PRYS, Archddiacon Meirionydd, sef Traethawd Bywgraphyddol a Beirniadol ar yr hen Salmodlydd Melus o Feirion, gan y diweddar G. Jones (Glan Menai). Mewn llian, 2/6. Gellir cael yr oil o'r uchod ond anfon blaendal i P. J. EVANS, 80B, Queen's Road, Lavender Hill, London, S.W. AGENTS IN WALES TO WHOM ADVERTISEMENTS MAY BE SENT:- Mr. D. Jones, Well Street, Cefn, Ruabon. T. F. Lewis, Advertiser Office, 3, Cwndare Street, Cardiff. W. Williams, Caxton House, Amlwch. H. Jones, Printer and Publisher, Llangollen. D. L. Jones, Briton Ferry, Glam. H. Montague Powell, Pembroke Dock Gazette, Meyrick Street North, Pembroke Dock. R. Roberts, 6, New York Terrace, Abergele. J. J. Clarke, Newsagent, Town Hall, Flint. John Morgan, Aberystwyth Observer, Aberyst- wyth. D. M. Richards, Wenallt, Aberdare. Messrs. Pickford & Sons, Penarth. T. M. Jones, Aberavon, Port Talbot. Mrs. S. C. Ormond, Milford Haven. Humphreys & Parry, High Street, Bangor. Mr. R. Jones, Newsagent, Turf Square, Carnarvon. J. F. 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