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SALES AND WANTS. All advertisements for this column should be Accompanied by remittance in full, and must reach tthe office not later than by first post WEDNESDAY morning. Replies may be sent to Box at this office, to be called for, or will be re-addressed to advertisers, lin which case a stamped reply envelope should be enclosed with advertisement. In the case of all accepted advertisements not accompanied with a remittance in full SIXPENCE per line per insertion will be charged, Postal orders to be made payable at 302, Gray's Inn Road. Hall-penny stamps received tor sums ^nder one shilling. Telephone No. A854 P.O. Central. Houses or Apartments to let or wanted Situations vacant or wanted Houses, Businesses, Articles, &c., for sale or wanted will be charged at the following cheap rates:— 12 words. Once 6d. Three times 1/- 20 ,,9d. „ „ 1/6 ,28" M if 2¡- 38 1/3 „ „ 2/6 Every additional 8 words 3d. 71 It 6(1 "CELT" Offices: 302, GRAY'S INN ROAD, LONDON, W.C. SITUATIONS VACANT WANTED WELSH Maids Wanted-Two Maids for West M End Club (age 25) experience not necessary; commencing salary £ 16; beer and washing allowance. Apply to Housekeeper, by letter, c/o Mrs. Castle, Newsagent, 7, Sherwood Street, W. E207-00 RESPECTABLE Young Lady wanted for Dairy (little housework); shop experience necessary. Apply 137, King's Cross Road, W.C. 11-6 RGANIST wanted, C.M. Welsh Chapel, bussex w Road, Holloway, London. Applications, with testimonials, by June 14th, to John Morgan, 25, Barnsbury Grove, N., who will supply particulars. 11.6 OUNG Lady wanted for Shop; little housework. Y Must have a good reference. Apply 26, New- "Cjraen Street, Borough, S.E. E216-4 WANTED, Young Woman used to dairy business. Apply 62, Royal Mint Street, E. 218-4 OUNG Lady (21), experienced, seeks situation in J- Dairy. Good ref. Write Box 77, CELT Office, -302, Gray's Inn Road. E222-11 WANTED, a respectable young lady for shop and assist with house work; must have good Personal reference. Apply Williams, 53, Blaidford Street, Baker Street, W 223-11 ILK.-Young man (21), Welsh, seeks situation U on milk round ex. rt fs.-Alorgall, c/o Davies, Globe Road, E. 24-18 DAIRY.—Young Lady for housework and assist in dairy.—Benjamin, 134, Charles Street, Stepney, E. 18 } DAIRY, wanted a Young Lady for Housework and assist in Shop. Apply, after 2, 13, Percival 4 Street, Goswell Road, RO. 18 YOUNG- Lady requires situation as Housekeeper in JL Dairy would assist in business or any position of trust goon reference.—Williams, 7, Decima Street, Bernioiid-t-y, S. L. 18 APARTMENTS. HOME H1 RUIYL HOME.— Bedroom 4/6 weekly. 26. Stavorriale Road, Drayton Park, Highbury. 18 APARTMENTS.-Suit ladies or gentlemen. Board A as required. Easy access to all parts. Apply Mrs. Luther Evans, 31, Albion Grove, Barnsbury, N. 28.5 BEDROOM or Bed Sitting-room one minute D from tube, trams, 'buses. Most select part. 15 minutes' walk to Oxford Street.—18, Harrington Square, Hampstead Road, N.W. 28-5 TlURNISHED Bedroom-City. One gentleman, 4/ F two friends, 6/ Use sitting-room board optional. Apply 29, Brurswick Place, City Road, E. 225-18 MISCELLANEOUS. rilEAGUELINE HERBS—Wonderful medicine for 1 indigestion, constipation, headache, backache, liver, stomach, and kidney disorders. Post free, 1 packet, lOd.; 3 for 2s.-Thou-atids of testimonials. Teague, 23, Station Street, Newport, Mon. "T ONGNEY'S PHOTOGRAPHS are beautifully _1J executed (Press).—Longney, Central Studios, opposite Lyceum, Newport. WHEN in Cardiff, call at Eggar's, Second-hand Bookseller, Wharton Street. Books bought. WELSH SHIRTS Splendid value. Finest assort- ment in Monmouthshire.—Taylor, 83, High Street, Newport. A BARGAIN.—HAMPSTEAD.—Convenient semi- ii detached family residence, with nice sized rooms-18, B-Isize Square. Newly decorated; vacant possession. Lease 41 years, at 218 per annum ground rent; lately in the occupation of Mr. Griffith Jones will be sold privately or, if not, by Auction, by Mr. Ernest Owers, at the Mart, Token- house Yard, E.G., on Tuesday, May 24th, at 2 o'clock. Particulars of Griffith Jones, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, Swansea. Elmo m PRINTING, PRINTING. — 0, Jill fiiiiiiiP I T8,* ♦ 'J" V 1 < XV&S ■«•* v V* VELStl PRINTING 502, GRAY'S INN RD. Cyndeitbas yr Eisteddfod Genedlaetlol. (The NATIONAL EISTEDDFOD ASSOCIATION) LLYWYDD ARDALYDD BUTE. YSGRIFENNYDD SYR E. VINCENT EVANS, 64, Chancery Lane, London, W.C. "C"J' CYHOEDDIADAU CYMDEITHAS YR EISTEDDFOD LLYFRHU Y DYLlII POB LLENÐR EU DHRLLEN. -7'r:=:r- Cofnodion a Chyfansoddiadau buddugol yr Eisteddfodau canlynol :— Aberdar, 1885 qj_ Caernarvon, 1886 6/- Caerludd, 1887 (Rhan I Barddoniaeth) 2/- ,» „ (Rhan II Hanes Cerddorion) 2/- Gwrecsam, 1888 6/- Aberhonddu, 1889 6/- Bangor, 1890 2c Abertawy, 1891 2/- Rhyl, 1892 2/6 Pontypridd, 1893 Caernarvon, 1894 2/6 Llanelli, 1895 5/ Llandudno, 1896 2/6 Casnewydd, 1897 6c Blaenau Ffestiniog, 1898 3/6 Caerdydd, 1899 1/- Llynlleiifad, 1900 5/- Merthyr Tydfil, 1901 6/6 Bangor, 1902 3/j Llanelli, 1903 (Rhan I) 1/- Rhyl, 1904 (Rhan I) 1/- Abar Pennar, 1905 (Rhan 1) j Caernarvon 1906 (Rhan I, Awdl, &c.) 1/- „ „ (Rhan II Dyfyniadau Lien) 1/- Abertawy, 1907 (Yn awr yn barod). Hanes Llenyddiaeth Gymraeg o 1650 i 1850 (gan Charles Ashton) 10/6 The Two Desires (Mrs. Cecil Popham) 2/- I'w cael oddiwrth yr Ysgrifennydd- 64, Chancery Lane, London, W.C.