THE GREAT WESTEHN AND METROPOLITAN DAIRIES, LIMITED. THE LARGEST WHOLESALE MILK CONTRACTORS IN LONDON, Guarantee a supply of Pure Milk to Dairymen. For Terms and Particulars Apply- ■^7"^ 9, HARROW ROAD, PADDINGTON, LONDON Telephone: 229 PADDINGTON. VT .0- ayw SJ st National Welsh Festival.. THE ANNIJAI, SERVICE of the above will be held at ST. PAULJS CATHEDRAL, On MONDA Y, February 281h 1910, at 7 o'clock. Preacher The Rey. D. GRIMALDI DAVIS, D.O., Vicar of Welshpool. Conductor: Lieut. A. WILLIAMS, M.V.O., Mus. Doc., Oxon., Bandmaster, His Majesty's Grenadier Guards, the Band of which will accompany the service (by kind permission of Col. R. G. Gordon Gilmour, C.B., M V.O D.S.O.). 1——.—- ORGANISTS: Mr. R. MEYRICK ROBERTS I Mr. DAVID J. THOMAS (Organist of St. Mary-the Boltons, S.W.). I (Organist of St. Anselm's, Davies St., W ). THE FESTIVAL SERVICE BOOK containing Responses, Psalms, Hymn Tunes (O.N and Tonic Sol-fa combined), price 3d. (by post 3|-d.); also Admission Tickets, for 2 which a stamped envelope should be enclosed, may be had from the Hon. Organizing See.- Mr. J. E. DAVIS, 39, Upper Park Fields, Putney, S.W. WILLIAM DA VIES, Dairy and Transfer Agent to tlje Milk Trade, 160, HIGH HOLBORN (Drury Lane End). W.—100 gls. 4d.; sLop 230; splendid spot 21000 37 gls. 4d; shop 235; main road 2 prams 2530 W.(J—32 gls. 4d; shop 210; can double. Call £500 N.-40 gls. 4d.; shop 210; 2 prams. Main road 9400 36 gls. 4d.; shop 210; pram only. Bargain £ 400 34 gls. 4d.; shop £ 25 very cheap. Be quickly zC270 N.-26 gls. 4d.; shop £ 14 pram good premises zC265 Others in abundance all over Lor don. Prices low. INDOORS.—General takings 223 only 235. Holborn, takings 224; all at 290. New Oxford Street, Sweets, takings t8; all at 955; good living for a lady. Elephant, takings 225 9100. Big list of others in all parts. Cheap. Buyers take advise, come to Davies, and be suited with genuine businesses. Settled two last week and sold three. All parties are pleased. Sellers send businesses for quick sale to Davies, the successful Agent, who does justice to all. THE GREAT WELSH REMEDY. RELIEF FROM COUGH IN 5 DAVI ES'S MINUTES. MINUTES. 1^# T ■ w FOR COUGHS, FOR COLDS, FOR ASTHMA, FOR BRONCHITIS, FOR HOARSENESS, FOR INFLUENZA, A I ■ FOR COUGHS, FOR SORE fill I ICA I—I THROAT, MOST SOOTHING. vV/UVJi n WARMS THE CHEST, DISSOLVES THE PHLEGM. FOR SINGERS, FOR PUBLIC SPEAKERS. A J I \fmTm I inC By Chemists MIX I UKL. ZTSe" £ J°3:. proprietor, HUGH DAVIES. Chemist, Machynlleth. London Agents: Mr. Edwin Jones, Chemist and Optician, 232, Kilburn Lane, Queen's Park, W.C.; Mr. Thomas, Chemist, Upper Baker Street, W. Wholesale: Barclays, 96, Farringdon Street. THE HONOURABLE SOCIETY OF CYMMRODORION. The Principal Meetings of the Society for the present Session are as follows Jan.—Paper on Vocal Tradition in Wales," by Dr. Alfred Daniell. Feb.—Paper on John Jones of Glanygors," by M. Pennant Jones, Esq. Mar.—Paper on The Book of Aneurin," by Professor Anwyl, M.A. Apr.—Paper on William Herbert, Earl of Pembroke (first creation)," by Howell T. Evans, Esq., M.A. May.—Paper on "Thomas Gouge," by the Rev. Thomas Shankland, B.A. June.—The Annual Conversazione. Full particulars of membership and list of the Society's Publications can be obtained from the Secretary, 64, Chancery Lane, London, W.C. D. COOKSEY & SON, Inexpensive and Modern Funerals. Cremation. Country Burials, &c. (Price.List on application.) 266, UPPER STREET, ISLINGTON, and 52, AMWELL STREET, PENTONVILLE EBfri Carriage Department 97, CHAPEL STREET, Telephone Nos. 30 and 601, NORTH. LONDON WELSH Rugby Football Club SEASON 1909-10 PRESIDENT: J. MILSOM REES, ESQ., F.R.C.S. FIXTURE LIST. FIRST XI. DATE CLUB GROUND- 1910 Feb. 12 Oxford University Away 5 Guy's Hospital Away 19 Cardiff. Away 23 Cambridge University Home 26 Cheltenham. Home Mar. 5 Rosslyn Park Home 12 Blackheath Away 19 Neath Home 25 Easter Tour Away Apr. 2 Catford Bridge Away 9 Leicester Away "J'J CAPTAIN—Mr. H. T. MADDOCKS HON. TREAS.—Mr. TIM EVANS, 68, Farringdon Street, E.C.. HON. SEC. —Mr. J. C. JENKINS, 68, Mount View Road, Stroud Green, N.. ASSISTANT HON. SEc.-Mr. LEVI JONES, 1, Lansdowne Road, Hounslow, W.. -j' THE LONDON WELSH RUGBY FOOTBALL CLUB Will play all their Home Fixtures (1st, 2nd and 3rd teams) for Season 1909-10 on the "HEATH FIELD" GROUND, TRINITY ROAD, WANDSWORTH COMMON, S.W. Five minutes from Wandsworth Common Railway Station (L.B. & S.C. Ry.). Frequent trains leave Victoria Station-1.30, 1.52, 2.0, 2.22, 2.33, 2.45, 2.58 p.m.
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