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THE 6BEAT WESTERN 1ID METROPOLITAN DAIRIES LIMITED. /if If THE LARGEST WHOLESALE MILK CONTRACTORS IN LONDON, Guarantee a supply of Pure Milk to Dairymen. For Terms and Particulars Apply- f 9, HARROW ROAD, PADDINGTON, LONDON, TELEPHONE 229 PADDINGTON. AA7~-0_ Y QWYLIAU.—Bydd y swyddfa hon yn cau «i drws am rai dyddiau ar adeg y Pasc, felly cofied eia gohebwyr am fod yn brydloa gyda'u cynyrchion. Cyhoeddir y CELT prydnawn ddydd Mercher yr wythnos nesaf. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. Queen Ys Hall, Langham Place, W. Sole Lessees Messrs. CHAPPELL & Co. THE CAMBRIAN CHORAL, SOCIETY will give a grand performance of THE MAY QUEEN (Sterndale Bennett), On Tuesday Evening, May 4th. Parti ;ulars will appear shortly. 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 302, Gray's Inn Road. Halt penny stamps received for sums under 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 cheap rates: — 12 words. Once 6d. Three times 1/- 20 „ Sd. I e 28 M V" 2/- 36 „ 26 Every additional 8 words „ 3d. „ „ 6d CELT Offices: 302, GRAY'S INN ROAD, LONDON, W.C. SITUATIONS VACANT & WANTED A YOUNG Lady Wanted to assist in shop; light housework. Apply 46, Hornsey Road, Hollowly. D98-3 WANTED, Lad about 16 to assist on round; live in. Welsh praferred. Apply 16, Dorset Street, Baker Street, W. D100-3 WANTED, a good General—fond of children. Must speak Welsh. Good wages. Apply Box D103, CELT Office, 302, Gray's Inn Road, W.C. Dlf>3-10 YTJ ANTED situation by experienced young woman n in Dairy as Counter-hand and Book-keeper. Good reference.—N.D., Dolgoch, Llanbrynmair. D104-17 FOR SALE. OR SALE by private contract, Brynllofach, Olle 1.1 ullle from Hdnybyther Station; 50 acres pos- session 29th Sept. next Offers on or before 1st May. Mr. H. J. M. S. Griffiths. The Vicarage, Llansamlet, Glam. D90-10 MISCELLANEOUS. AGENTS WANTED.—Apply D. Davies, Soafcli O. Wales Manager, British Widows' Assurance Company, Cardiff. nHE "KELT" in Cardiff.—The public of Cardiff L and district are informel that they can gt the KELT" every Friday at Smith's Bookstall, Cardiff. DIOO THE" KEL r" may be obtained every Friday from J_ Jack E i wards, Bookseller, Great Dargate Street, Aberystwyth. STROLOGY.-Two years' events. Send birth. £ i date and 1/- P.O.—Gould, Butleigh, Whitchurch Road, Cardiff. SPEOTACLES t Spectacles! Spectacles I-Splendid O stock, at moderate prices.—Scott, Castle Arcade, Cardiff. CYCLES of good value at moderate prices i'remier, C James, Norton, Triumph, &c., from £ > JS. cash. Catalogues sent free easv terms arranged. Norton, 125, Queen Street, Cardiff. A RTIFICIAL Legs, Hands, or Part Hands, Leg L'1. Irons, Trusses. Makers of Steelless Easifit Truss. List free. Lady attendant. Estd. 1838.— Allen Pearce, 23, Charles Street, Cardiff. Nat. Tel. 1282. EDUCATIONAL and other Books. Splendid fj selection. Dyer, Bookseller, Park Hall Build- ings, Queen Street, Cardiff A GENTS wanted. Good terms. Apply Idris A Butler, Supt., British Widows Assurance Co., 120, St. Helen's Road, Swansea. BRITISH WIDOWS ASSURANCE Co. A thoroughly sound and reliable assurance company is the British Widows Assurance Company. It is making good progress in South Wales, and is obtaining an excellent name for prompt and straightforward mode of business. To Proprietors of Hotels, Boarding Houses, Public Rooms, &c., W.C,, W., and S.W. districts —Accommodation required for large and small parties during week ending 19th June next; also practice rooms for choirs 200 voices, &c Write giving all particulars, terms, &c., to Eisteddfod," care of Reynell's Advertisement Offices, 44, Chancery Lane, W.C. 13*' NOTICE OF REMOVAL The Printing and Publish- ing Office of the "London Welshman and Kelt," has been removed to larger and more commodious premises— No. 302 Gray's Inn Road. All Communications to the Editor or to the Publisher should in future be addressed to KELT OFFICE, 302 GRAY'S INN RD., LONDON, W.C. The Editor invites correspondence. All letters must be signed with the full name oj the writer, and the address must also be given, not neces- sarily for publication, but as a guarantee oj ifood faith. THE GREAT WELSH REMEDY. nA\/| r Q'Q RELIEF FROM COUGH IN 5 V I L—\J F0R C0UGHS- F0R C0L0S FOR ASTHMA, FOR BRONCHITIS, FOR HOARSENESS, FOR INFLUENZA, i i FOR COUGHS, FOR SORE liill If-i I—I THROAT, MOST SOOTHING. VW U VJ I I WARMS THE CHEST, DISSOLVES THE PHLEGM. FOR SINGERS, FOR PUBLIC SPEAKERS. K A I VT I I D r~ By Chemists MIX I UKL —■ Proprietor, HUGH DAVIES. Chemist, Machynlleth. London Agents: Mr. Morgan, Chemist, Tavistock Place, W.C.; Mr. Thomas, Chemist, Upper Baker Street, W. Wholesale: Barclays, 95. Farringdon Street. NOW BEING PUBLISHED. THE MORRIS LETTERS. Containing interesting account of Welsh Life in London and Wales during the latter half of the 18th Century. Transcribed from the Originals, and Edited by John H. Davies, M.A., Registrar University of Wales, Aberystwyth; from whom copies may be obtained. ISSUED IN PARTS AT 5/- EACH. ——— PART VI NOW READY. ———