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THE GREAT WESTER! AND METROPOLIAN DAIRIES, LIMITED. 111^ THE LARGESTj WHOLESALE MILK CONTRACTORS IN LONDON, Guarantee a supply of Pure Milk to Dairymen. For Terms and Particulars Apply— 9. HARROW ROAD, PADDINGTON, LONDON, %=!>w ———— TELEPHONE 229 PADDINGTON. W-C- SALES AND WANTS. All advertisements for this column should be accompanied by remittance in full, and must reach the 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, in 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 211, Gray's Inn Road. Half-penny stamps received for sums ander one shilling. Telephone No. 11854 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 rates:— 112 words. Once 6d. Three times 1/- 20 „ 3d. „ „ 1/6 53 1 j- 2/- 38 1/3 2/6 Every additional 8 words „ 3d. „ 6d CELT Offices 211, GRAY'S INN ROAD, LONDON, W.C. SITUATIONS VACANT & WANTED WANTED, good General Servant; good wages; t! good references required. Apply 5A, Kingsland Road, Shoreditch, London. WANTED, Young Woman as General (Dairy).— Mrs. Jones, Boleyn Dairy, East Ham. C262-30 WANTED—A Young Woman used to quick V counter trade; assist in little housework; .good ref. Williams, 283, Hoxton St., Hoxton, N.. WANTED-Young Woman, experienced, quick counter trade; a little housework. Apply .McKoen, 49, Chalsworth Road, Clapton, N.E. ANTED-Young Girl for Housework and assist n in the Shop small family no washing. 184, Hackney Road, Shoreditch. HOUSES AND APARTMENTS TO LET OR FOR SALE. BOARD and Residence for Gentlemen. Comfort able home.—Mrs. Rees, 112, Shoe Lane. C2630 ITY-Comfortable Furnished Bedrool for Gentle- man, or single bed in double bedroom. Jones, 70, Whitecross Steet, E.G. BUSINESS FOR SALE. /GENUINE little Dairy of 14 barns for sale West \I Suburb. Pull particulars at 127, Lavender Hill, ;S.W. C259-30 fpO BE SOLD by Private Treaty, a charming Free- -L hold Family Residence. Outbuildings, with 11 acres of highly productive Pasture Land.—Also good flouse Outbuildings, with 4 acres of Pasture Land. Apply W. Jones, Auctioneer, Llandilo, Carmarthen- shire. C-76 MISCELLANEOUS. THE "KELT" in Cardiff. The public of Cardiff and district are informed that they can get the ,,Cl KIFLT every Friday at Miles', Queen's Arcade, and at the Branch Office, 3, Owmdare Street, Cardiff. BIOO COAL Excellent coal at moderate prices. Apply Park Coal Company, Salisbury Road, Cardiff. C244-30 SURGICAL Appliances. Actual Makers. Artificial k) legs, arms, eyes, and hands. Abdominal belts; crutches, with non-slipping rubber ends; ankle supports, leg-irons, trusses, surgical boots. Maker of Allen Pearce's Easifit" Truss, steeless and comfortable—ALLEN PEARCE, 23, Charles Street, Cardiff. Established 1838. Illustrated Catalogue post free. C245-30 OOKS! Secondhand. All subjects. Cheap. D Immense Stock.—Eggar, Bridge Street, Cardiff. 0246-30 HEAD THE MYSTIC.-Astrology, Theosophy, It Spiritualism. Penny weekly.—7, John Street, Strand, London. C247-30 A STROLOGY-Send Is. P.O. and birth date. Life events, changes, matrimony, &c. Two years future udded. Pruf. Gould, Butleigh, Whitchurch Road, Cardiff. C248-30 PEOPLE we live among and how to recognise them i from signs of character indicated by the head, face, and figure. A fascinating little booklet. Four- pence post free. Lewis' Press Agency, 3, Cwmdare btr,et, Cardiff. C249-30 H. WILLINGS & CO., Recognised Agents & Valuers to the Milk Trade, 125. FLEET STREET, E.e. TELEPHONE: 150 HOLBO'RN. ——— MILK BUSINESSES W ANTE D.-Messrs. Willings 1 1'1 & Co. invite inquiries from those wishing to Sell. All negotiations in strict privacy no charge unless a sale results; great care exercised to avoid introducing parties with insufficient capital. Offices, 125, Fleet Street, E.C. Indoor Dairies. Finsbury Park—Trade 98; li barns at 4d; all at 240 Borough—Trade R9; 1 barn at 4d. £48 Bishopsgate-Trade P, 17 no baeon bargain 960 S.W., Sub.—Trade 228 to 229; all cash 280 S.E.—Trade 240; 2 barns 4d. 9.180 City, near—Trade 920; 5 barns 4d. 2150 j West-12 barns daily at 4d. on pram; goods 240 weekly fine premises; lease price P,325; genuine Highbury, near-13 barns daily at 4d. on, pram; shop 98 weekly; same hands 25 years; rent half let; price 2300. Selection. North, Sub.—14 barns 4d.; shop £12; cart £ 195 Brixton-141 barns 4d.; shop 212; pram £390 j Waiham Green—10 barns 4d.; shop 212; pram 2260 | Clapham, nr.-l 7 barns 4d.; shop 210; 2 prams.C290 | N.W —10 barns 4d.; shop £ 22 pram. 2300 j Peckham-10 barns 4d.; shop jElg pram P,220 w.c. —13 barns 4d.; shop 214; pram. £ 250 West Enci-17 barns 4d.; shop £ 15; 2 prams P,475 West End-24 barns 4d.; shop 216; 2 prams 2675 Clapham—10 barns 4d.; shop 27; pram 21.60 S. W.-9 barns 4d.; shop R13; pram 2195 Full details of H. WILLINGS & Co., as above. j DELICIOUS COFFEE. 1 RED I WHITE I BLUE For Breakfast & after Dinner. CARDIGANSHIRE. PABISH OF CILCEUK"IK". MESSRS. DAVIDS & EVANS are instructed to t,4 Sell by Public Auction, at the FEATHERS HOTEL, Aberayron, on WEDNESDAY, the 24th day of JUNE, 1908. (1). The Freehold Farm known as RHIWLAS UCHA, containing by admeasurement 195 acres, or there- abouts. (2). The Freehold Farm known as GLANRHYD, containing by admeasurement 34 acres, or there- abouts. Further particulars and information may be obtained upon application to the Auctioneers, Messrs. Da vies and Evans, Cadwgan Place, Aberayron, and to JOHN T. LEWIS, Esq., Solicitor, 54, Chancery Lane, W.C. GOHEBYDD MEMORIAL CHAPEL Barrett's Grove, Stoke Newington. ,r-.f'r A GRA ND Reeifal BY MR. D. RICHARDS, A.R.G.O., ASSISTED BY MADAME ELEANOR JONES HUDSON AND MR. HERBERT EMLYN, AND THE King's eross ehoraI Society, ON THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 4. Doors open at 7.30. To commence at 8. CHAIRMAN-PHILIP WILLIAMS, ESQ. TICKETS Is. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF WALES, ABERYST WYTH. Oae of the Constituent; Colleges of the University of Wale PRESIDENT-The Right Hon. Lord Rendel. PRfNCIPAL- T. F. Roberts, M.A. (Oxon), Ll.D. (Vict). THE next Term begins on January 14th, 1908. A I. number of Entrance Scholarships and Exhibi- tions, open to both Male and Female Candidates above the age of 16, are offered for Competition on Tuesday, September 15th, 1908, and the following days. Students are prepared for Degrees in Arts, Science (including the applied Science of Agriculture), Law and Music. Sessional Composition Fee, £10 with additional Laboratory Fees for Science Students. Registration Fee, Jgl. Men Students reside in Regis- tered lodgings in the town, or at the Men's Hostel. Warden: Prof. J. W. Marshall, M.A. Women Students reside in the Alexandra Hall of Residence for Women. For full particulars respecting the General Arts and Science Departments, the Law, Agriculture, and Day Training Departments, the Department for the Training of Secondary Teachers, and the Hostels, apply to J. H. DA VIES, M.A., Registrar.