II LLANFIHANGEL-TALYLLYN. THH NEW HEAD TEACHERâ€”At a ratetinq of the Staffing and Salanea Commifctea of tbe Breconshire Education Authority, the Com- mittee appointed Mr G H Webb, M.A., to be hgad teacber at tho school during the absence of Mr Snrl) on military service. Mr Webb, is a retired school uiasttr and take- up Liia pro- fession again in order to do bis little bit in the great conflict. --+-
COELBREN. A REGISTRATION DIFFICULTY. â€” At the monthly meeting of the Ystradgynlais District Council on Thursday, the Clerk reported, in connection with the compilation of the National Register, that a man at Coelbren to whom a form had been delivered would neither fill the particulars or return the form. A member gaid be understood that the man was weak minded. Mr D. R. Morgan asked if everything bad been done to get the man to fill in the form. The Chairman said the enumerators bad been there five times, and failed in their object. The Clerk paid if the man was weak-minded be should have got someone to fill in the form for him. He was the only man in the district who had failed to fill in the form. It was decided to ask the constable to visit the man, and if he still refused to comply with the request, that he be summoned,
The Crisis of Our Fate. I The Minister of Munitions, in a sole0*111 j preface to his book ot War speech^* j whose publication succeeds his straigk â– talk to the Trades Union CongreS^M leaves to those whom he j no further room for doubt, either as tto I the tremendous work which the natiOO â– a has yet to do both abroad and at hÂ» 2 or the issues which depend upon Otif 11 victory. He confesses himself, I twelve months of war, more strongjtl convinced than ever that Britain copl^l t nothave stood aside "without imperilH0^ I ]; her security and impairing her honour; I 1, and that, apa-rt from our solemn oblig^* I ) tions to defenceless Belgium, the well' I 1 being of humanity demands that tbe I I militarist system of the infantici^ I Empire" should be challenged a0, 1 ) destroyed. So much for the furtdament^ â– i issues at stake. As to the nature of ot I ] task, Mr Lloyd George is equally expliclt. I I He points out that the Allies possess all 1 overwhelming preponderance in the ft material which goes to the making I equipment of armies, whether in I money or metals But,? after a year oi | war, he has the painful duty of informi^ ft us that this ma erial still has to 'be 1 mobilised and v.-ilised." He makes0Â° I pretence that tl has yet been doue. 1 He frankly confuses that the Allies did 1 not realise in i.me what the elaborate 1 preparation of a redoubtable and I sourceful foe required of them. Ilc 1 acknowledges that the Germanic forces I have still an overwhelming superiority 1 in all the material and equipment of vvaf, I On Britain, says Mr Lloyd George I must fall the brunt of the work yet to be I done, both in the factories and in tb I field. We are glad to note his tribute to 1 the gallant armies of the Tsar, which, iO I spite of their own deficiencies in equip" t ment, managed for more than a year to I absorb the energies of half the GerinaO I and four-fifths of the Austrian forces- I France," he continues, cannot be I expected to sustain much heavier but- I dens than those which she now bears witb I a quiet courage that has astonished an I moved the world." Italy is putting hef I full strength into the fight on her ov/V ft borders. There is only Britain left- ft Is Britain prepared to fill up the gap ?. 'l Is she prepared to cope with all the I possibilities of the next few months-io the West, without forgetting the East?" ft Upon the answer which is given to this I straight question by the British Govern- I ment and the British people will depend I the liberties of Europe for many 3 ft generation. 1 The Munitions Minister lays stress 011 1 the importance of the work of 11 the neI three months He looks to that wor I to decide the issues of the war. FraDkl he declares that he "sees no hope" Â» we are not allowed to equip our factories and workshops with adequate labour to supply our armies because we must not transgress regulations applicable to no mal times, or if practices are maintaine" which restrict the output of essential vgO material. The nation will be grated for the outspoken terms of this moving appeal, and will be quick to recognist that it imposes a personal duty on us all- It is not enough to suggest to our neigb bours the obvious methods by wbick their energies may be applied to tbe service of the nation's needs. Sucb counsels will be more weighty and more timely when every one of us has dis- covered, for himself or herself, the appropriate task and set to work upon it* In that discovery we look to our N ation Government to direct us aright. But it will beseem none of us to hold back moment longer where our individual path is clear. Only by the putting fortfr Â°f all our united strength can the de' ficiencies of the past be made good an^ the victories of a glorious future assured- We have asked for a declaration of tbe plain truth. We have received it iÃ˜ terms which admit of-no mistake. MaoY have complained of hesitation and delaf which they have laid to the charge 0 Ministers. Let there be neither on 0111 own part now. -u--
LLANFRYNACH. SUNDAY SCHOOL TitFAT.-The teachers spa. scholars of the Church Sunday School werB entertained to tea on Wednesday last week b1 the Rev and Mrs Hilary Lewis. Following 9 short service in the Church, the company uaade their way to a field adjoining TymaWr EarIXh kindly lent for the occasion by Mr Tea was laid out on the lawn at the Rectory, After tea the ohildren indulged in games ap racee and the novelty of some of the oompet.. tions provided much amusement. Before leaving the Rector thanked the teachers for tb8 valuable assistance they bad given him in tbO work of the Sunday School. A hearty vote o* thanks was accorded the Rector and Mrs Lewi0* WBDDING-A very pretty welding toO place at Cantref Church on Wednesa.y mora- Ing last week. The contracting parties wero Mr John Davies, TycaiiwrFtrni, Llanfrynacb> and Misq Evans, Tyour Firm. The o$' ciating clergyman was the Rpv Hilary y;. Lewis. The bride was dressed in a navy costume, with black vello bat trimmed vvnb pale blue, and was attended by her sister, bliss Gwen Evans, ag bridesmaid. Tbe duties o* best man were discharged by Mr Oreotge Davies, Groes. The wedding aroused a coC* siderable amount of interest and was wifcesss^ by a large number of friends. Later in the d,.1 Mr and Mra Davies left for the Mumbles, wbero the boneymoon was spent.
ABERGWESSIN. THE SCHOOL.â€”At a meeting of the St&ffiÂ° Â£ and Salaries Committee of the Brecongbjre Education Authority it was reported that the conamitfcep, having fiiled to securo a teacber i ir Abergweesin School, had asked the BoRrd of Education to sR iciion the appointweBj If Miss S. P. E. Juuhk, an aicber. The Board replied that they raitlsÃ¥ o objection to Mi-s iou(,s remain-in^ in â€¢ocary charge, sut^jeot to H.M. I jspi c5or heio*. a ble to report that tbe efficiency of the vi/as being maintained and 00 tht) u"Qders:(J' < that the Authority would not relax tbelf tlforts to obtain a properly qualified teacher tbe earliest opportunity. They pointed also that it would be understood that they would be unable to pay special grant aDdet article 32 (C) of the Code while the school VIas not in charge of a duly qualified teacher. The Committee decided to protest Bg&iost any duction in the grant, beoause the situation not due to any fault of theirs, the efficiency Â°[ the school was being maintained by the praseD teacher, and they appointed her only after thef bad failed to sconce a qualified teacber. â€¢1
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS. MB AND MBS J. LEONARD, Glencoe House, Crick- I howell, wish to thank their friends for the many kind expressions of sympathy received in their bereavement. Mrs Jones and family, Great House, Three Cocks, desire to thank all those who sent wreaths and letters of sympathy to them in their sad bereavement.
MARRIAGES. YIGABSâ€”LEWIS.â€”At St. Matthew's Church, Twigworth, Gloucester, on September 9th, by the Rev. A. H. Cheesman, Capt. Frank Henry Vigars, 2/lst Brecknockshire Batt., Soath Wales Borderers, son at Mr and Mrs J. H. Vigars, "Winterbourne," Bndleigh, Salterton, to Susie Lamina May Lewis, daughter of the late Mr A. H. Lewis and Mrs Lewis, Gloucester.
Situations Vacant and Wanted. BOY WANTED as APPRENTICE to printing.â€”Apply Knight, Viaduct House, Struet, Brecon. GENERAL WORKMAN WANTED, cottage and garden provided, with extras; good wages for good worker.â€”Apply, Matthews, Brampton, Ross-on-Wye. WANTED, by an experienced Dressmaker, WORK AT LADIES' HOUSES.â€”G.E., "County Times," Brecon. WANTED, a strong GIRL for house work, age 18 to 20 wages Â£ 15 and indoor uniform.-Matron, Sanatorium, Talgarth. XI7ANTED, APPRENTICES and IM- W PROVERS to Millinery and Showroom.â€” E. and J. Kettle, 11, High Street, Brecon. WORKING MALTSTER WANTED. â€” Apply Thomas Delafieli, Abergavenny. WANTED MAN to work country grind mill and cart out cottage and garden found. Lawrence, Whitney-on-Wye. WANTED experienced GENERAL SER- VANT, plain cooking, three in family, oomfortable home.-Willis, Fronwen Terrace, Brecon. WANTED HOUSEMAID in Doctor's house; girl who has been general might suit.â€” Mrs Powell, Troedybryn, Barry, Glamorganshire. ANTED a Fresh COW, with 2nd or 3rd Calf good Milker.â€”H. J. Thomas, Brook Boad, GJasbnry-on- Wye. WANTED at once, reliable man as OSTLER must be sober good wages.â€”Abercrave Collieries, Abercrave. WANTED CHARWOMAN for fair days, etc. one able to wait preferred.â€”Crown Hotel, Hay. For Sale and Wanted. CHEAPEST FARM in England on Sale, 82 C Acres Rich Land at bargain price. Also other Farms. Money found.â€”Goddard, Valuer, Hereford. CHICKENS, 1915 or 1914 hatch, near laying, c 35s doz.; three months old, 15s. doz.; list breeds.-Hummell, Stratford, Essex. AIRYM*-P N. -Several freshly calved HEIF- 11) ERS with their CALVES, FOR SALE.â€” To view apply to W. Hughes, Buckland Home Farm, Bwlch. GALVANIZED CORRUGATED SHEETS, light, 24ics. wide; 5ftâ€ž lOd.; 6ft., Is. each strong, 27ins. wide; 5ft., Is. 3d.; 6ft., 19. 6d. each other sizes at proportionate prices; all sound.â€” Butlers, Bell Works, Wolverhampton. HEREFORDSHIRE CIDER, made from _1:]L best apples obtainable, in all sized casks.â€” Write for prices to T. J. Quarrell, Paradise Fruit Farm, Marden, Hereford. LITTER of 13 young PIGS (Large Whites) FOR SALE.â€”Apply to W. Hughes, Home Farm, Buckland, Bwlch. SHORTHORN CALVES for roariog, from record Cheshire milkers, by pedigree bulls quotation to any Station no fancy prices.â€” Frank Dobie, Littleton, Chester. WANTED, A PONY about 13-2, quiet for a lady to drive; a good home offered to a favourite. Apply, Prosser, Trevithel, Three Cocks. WANTED good GENERAL plain Cooking two in family.â€”Apply Mrs Jones, Tre- durn House, Glamorgan street, Brecon. To Let and Wanted. FIVE ACRES OF LATTERMATH TO LET to 30th November next.â€”Apply Powell, Brewery, Brecon. GOOD OFFICES TO LET in central position in Brecon.â€”Apply for particulars to Secretary, Church House. GARDEN. â€” Wanted in Brecon SMALL GARDEN, with Lawn central position. â€”Particulare to Horti, County Times," Brecon. HQUSE TO LET in Brecon, furnished, 4, bedrooms, bath h. and c.-Apply "Linden," St. John's Road, Brecon. PRETTILY FURNISHED HOUSE, TO JE- WLET, in Brecon, from September central; 3 bed, 2 reception rooms, good kitchen, offices, etc. suit married couple or ladies; no plate or linen; reasonable rent.â€”Box "H" County Times, Brecon. TO LET, at Michaelmas, a pleasantly situated SMALL VILLA, one mile from Devynock, containing 2 reception rooms, 5 bedrooms, usual offices, arable, buJ iiWu gtraena; 5 acres of land if required, moderate rent *-Apply, Mrs Rees, Tylegarw, Sennybridge. TC LET from 29th September 14, BRIDGE STREET, BRECON seven rooms, bath h. and c., usual offices, out houses and yarde excellent sanitation.â€”Apply to Miss Philip Morgan, Brecon. O LETâ€”229 ACRES OF SHOOTING; good stock of Pheasants and Partridges.â€” Apply Powell, Maesllech, Beulah. TO LET, good COTTAGE in Brecon low rent.â€”Apply J. R. Thomas, 17, Castle Street, Brecon. TO LET, 50 Acres Rich LAND, with good Homestead and Grist Mill, doing extremely profitable trade; low rent.â€”Goddard, Land Agent, Hereford. GRASS LETTING for SHEEP; 14 acres.â€” Vicar, Abernannell, Garth. If you wish to spend your money to the best advantage you must go to COOPER'S DOMESTIC BAZAAR MARKET ARCADE, for all < FANCY GOODS, TOYS, HARDWARE, MATS, RUGS, BRUSHES, BASKETS, etc. Now is the time to Study Economy I Miscellaneous. ADVICE FREE for Stamp.â€”Mrs B. Stewart's famous Female Remedy never fails.â€” Address, 9, Guinea Street, Bristol. BILLHEADS, Labels (Plain and Gammed). Price Lists, and every other kiisd of Business Printing and Stationery.â€”" County Times Office, Breoon. MPORTANT BOON TO LADIES.-No Pills IMPORTANT BOON TO LADIES.-No Pills t or Drugs used in this treatment, my never- failing remedy. I guarantee to cure all female ailments, and invite those cases that have failed elsewhere; stamp, free advice.â€”NURSE ROSS, Laboratory, 96, Windsor Road, Torquay. IMPORTANT TO MOTHERS Every 11 mother who values the health and cleanliness of her child should use HARRISON'S RELIABLE' NURSERY POMADE. One application kills all Nits and Vermin, beautifies and strengthens the hair. In Tins, 41d. and 9d., postage, ld. Geoo. W. Harrison, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agentsâ€”for Brecon F. L. Stanton, Chemist Hay J. L. Davies and Son, Chemists, 7, High Town Builth Wells J. Ward, Chemist, 8, High street; Knighton G. M Perkins, Chemist Presteigne A. R. Davies, Drug and Grocery Stores Crickhowell: W. H. Kirkland, Chemist Llandovery A. Richards, Chemist, 4 King's Road. RATS, MICE, MOLES COCKROACHES, and BEETLES greedily eat Harrison's "Reliable" Rat PoisoD. Cats and Dogs wul not totoch it. Vermin dry up and leave no smell. Prices 6d., Is., 2s. 8d., and gs. gd. Wholesale Market, Bolton. Postage 2d.-G W Harrison, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agents â€” for Brecon: F. L. Stanton, Chemist; Hay: J L Davies & Sons, Chemists, 7. High Town; Boilth Wells: J Ward, Chemist, 8, High Street; Talgarth: David Evans, Grocer, Liverpool Stores; Llan. dovery: T Roberts, The Crown Stores; Knighton: G M Perkins, Chemist Crick- howeil: W H Kirkland, Chemist. WALL PAPER & PICTURE DEPART- MENT.â€”Why send money out of town for any of these lines when you can get good material at TYLER'S, Bulwark, Brecon. Choice designs in Wall Papers from lid per piece. See Showroom of Sample Panels for wall decorations. A New Special Line in Picture framed and unframed, now on view, as cheap as can be bought anywhere, consistent with quality. f I iWO AND THREE-COLOUR POSTERS. J When yoo want a Poster ont of the common run, and do not mind paying a trifle more for it, you naturally thiiak of one in two or three colours. At the Coooty Times Offio*, Brecon, we pride ourselves op oar two and three-colour Posters, having so often been thanked by Customers for tha way their wishes have t en iu* -^ted Public Notices. BUILTH UNION. CONTRACTS FOR PROVISIONS, CLOTHING, &e. PERSONS desirous of CONTRACTING with the Board of Guardians of this Union for supply of all or any of the undermentioned Articles, to be delivered at the Workhouse or elsewhere at such times and in such quantities as the Guardians may order or direct, for the three months commencing 1st October next, are re- quested to send in Sealed Tenders, marked Tender for and addressed to me at 2, Broad Street, Builth Wells, by TEN a.m. on MONDAY, the 20th instant, and Samples of all Articles admitting thereof to be delivered at the Workhouse at the same day and time, viz.:â€” Clothing, &c., Men's and Boys' Clothing, Brushes and Oil, Grocery, Spirits, Boots and Shoes, Meat, Bread and Flour, Meal. For one year, commencing 1st October next, Milk. By Order of the Board, W. W. LENNARD, Deputy Clerk. Union Office, Builth Wells, 8th September, 1915. N.B. The lowest or any Tender will not necessarily be accepted. No Tender will be received by the Guardians but on the printed form provided by the Guardians, to be obtained at the Clerk's Office. BRECONSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL. THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT, 1888. pI and 52 Vict., c. 41. Notice of Audit of Accounts. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Statements of the Accounts of the above- named County Council for the year ended the 31st day of March, 1915, together with the respective Books of Accounts, Bills, Accounts, Vouchers, and other Documents containing or relating to the Accounts, will, on the 4th day of October, 1915, be deposited at the County Hall, Brecon, and such statements, Books of Account, and other Docu- ments, will be open to be Inspected, Examined, and Copied by any person interested, between the hours of ten o'clock in the forenoon and four o'clock in the afternoon, until the 12th day of October, 1915, and that on the last-mentioned day, at the hour of twelve o'clock noon,the said Accounts will be audited by Charles W. Paddon, Esquire, the Assistant District Auditor, at the County Hall, Brecon, when and where every Ratepayer, or Owner of Property in the County, who may have any objection to any matter contained in the said Accounts, may attend and prefer his objection, and the same will be heard and determined by the District Auditor. Dated the 13th day of September, 1915. HENRY F. W. HARRIES, Clerk of the County Council. County Hall, Brecon. BRECKNOCK UNION. TENDERS FOR MILK AND FIREWOOD. PERSONS desirous of CONTRACTING for the supply of MILK AND FIREWOOD from 1st October, 1915, to 31st March, 1916, are requested to send SEALED TENDERS on the authorised Form to me at or before 10 o'clock a.m., on FRIDAY, the 24th day of SEPTEMBER, 1915. The above Articles must be delivered at the Workhouse, Brecon (excepting such as shall be supplied to the Out-door Paupers upon orders from the Relieving Officers), free of of expense, at such times and in such quantities as the Board directs. The Contractors to give security if required. Payments made at the end of each quarter. The Board do not pledge themselves to accept the lowest or any Tender Samples (of such as can be sent) to be produced at the BOARD ROOM, LION STREET, BRECON, at the above mentioned time. No Tender will be considered unless made on the authorised Form, and duly signed by the Persons tendering, and witnessed. Forms of Tender may be obtained at my office. By Order, E. J. HILL, Deputy Clerk to the Guardians 19, Castle Street, Brecon, 13th September, 1915. BEAUTIFUL WEDDING CARDS.â€”The Specimens of Wedding Cards at the County Times" Offioeg, the Bulwark, Brecon, have been again carefully revised. A number of New Designs have been added, remarkable for their style and equally remark- able for their Low Price. There is now a range of Beautiful Wedding Cards at the i II Times" Offioe which could be nowhere excelled. Public Notices. Breconshirf County Council. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that at a QUARTERLY MEETING of the Coanty Council to be held on the 29th day of October, 1915, at 11-30 o'clock in the forenoon, A BASIS OR STANDARD OF COUNTY RATE, as prepared by the COUNTY RATE 8 COMMITTEE, pursuant to 15 and 16 Victoria, C. 81, and 51 and 52 Victoria. C.41, will be con- sidered, and if thought fit be allowed and confirmed. HENRY F. W. HARRIES, Clerk to the County Rate Basis Committee. Coanty Hall, Brecon. 13th September, 1915. â€” Breconshire Education Committee. HAY AND TALGARTH DISTRICT. SEPARATE TENDERS are invited for the S supply and delivery (including stacking) of COAL and SPLIT FIREWOOD at the following Schools in the above district, viz.:â€”Hay Town Schools, Llanigon, Glasbury, Velindre, Llyswen, Llandefalle, Llanvillo, Talgarth, Bronllys, Peny- genffordfi, Llangorse, Llanfihangel-Talyllyn, Llangasty-Talyllyn, and Cathedine. The Coal must be of good quality, free (tom stones and without small. Contractors are requested to include in their Tenders for the supply of the following special Coalsâ€”Waterloo, Staffordshire, Cobbles, Ocean Steam Washed Nuts, Anthracite (egg size), and Coke to the Schools. The Tender must in every case give the name and quality of Coal intended to be supplied and the price in respect of each School separately. Tenders, endorsed "Coal," to be sent to the undersigned not later than Thursday, the 30th September, 1915. R. B. WILLIS, Clerk to District Committee. 2, Bank Terrace, Talgarth, 13th Sept., 1915. Crickhowell Scholarship District Intermediate School Managers. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Yearly Statement of Accounts of the above Managers, together with the respective Books of Accounts, will, on the 18th day of September, be deposited at the School House, Criokhowell, and such Statements and Booka of Accounts will be open to be inspected, examined, and copied by any ratepayer in the district, at any reasonable hour in the daytime until the 28th day of September, and that on the last-mentioned day at the hour of 10-30 a.m. the Acootints will be audited by R. G. Woodyatt, Esq., the Auditor, at the Town Hall, Criokhowell, when and where every such Ratepayer who may have any objection to any matter contained in the above-mentioned accounts may attend and prefer his objection, and the same will be heard and determined by the Auditor. Dated 14th day of September, 1915. J. TRELOAR, Clerk to the Managerp. NOTICE. ALL PERSONS having claims against the Estate of the late Mr John Jones, of Cwm- ffrwdd Forest, Talgartb, are requested to send them to the executors by October 14th, 1915.â€” Signed MRS E. JONES, OWEN JONES, Cwm- ffrwdd Forest, Talgarth, Public Notices. CASH ADVANCED PRIVATELY. From Â£ 10 to Â£ 5,000. To Tradesmen, Professional Gentlemen, Farmers and Respectable Householders. WITHOUT SECURITY or SURETIES. A WRITTEN PROMISE TO REPAY IS ALL WE REQUIRE. No FEES or FINES. STRICTEST PRIVACY GUARANTEED. REPAYMENTS to suit the convenience of BORROWERS. TE RMS mutually agreed upon before Business completed. DISTANCE NO OBJECT. LOANS from 5 per cent, can be arranged for persons entitled to money, investments, or property under WILLS or SETTLEMENTS. Such advances may remain unpaid or any number of years. CHARLES STEVENS LTD., Tel. No. 467. Hayes Buildings, Cardiff, J. THOMAS Cnil!) General Draper, 17, Castle St., Brecon. NEW STOCK I NEW STOCK Specialities. Cheap and Stylish Millinery., Ladies' Tailor-made Costumee and Up-to-date Ladies' Shirt Blouses. Latest Suitings Fashionably-Cut Breeches made on the premises. Latest Suitings Fashionably-Cut Breeches made on the premises. E. LICHFIELD (Late Hannah Price), Fish monger" Game Dealer CASTLE STREET, BRECON. Frean Fish Twice Daily. Agent for Palethorpe's Royal Cambridge Sausage. Springfield Potted Meats &-3 ESTABLISHED 1775. Telephone,P.O 75. Telegrams, Liobfield Brecon â–
Trout Farmer's Failure. James Frederick Ball, piscatorial engineer, and trout farmer, of Andoversford, Harrow, Malvern Wells, Cray (Brecon), Monmouth, and Sowley (Hampshire), was publicly examined at Cheltenham regarding his bankruptcy. His un. secured liabilities amount to Â£ 14,521. The assets total Y,2,347 12s. 6d. The Official Receiver (Mr C. Scott) pointed out that in November, 1914, debtor prepared a statement showing his assets to be worth X20,108, and his liabilities E2,447, the differenee to credit being JE17,500 whereas he was now Y,17,000 to the bad. He bad thus X35,000 now to account for. Debtor explained that a large number of fish bad died in consequence of overcrowding in the ponds, and there had been no sale for young trout sioce the outbreak of the war. The examination was adjourned till October 14.
NEWBRIDGE-ON-WYE. NEWBRIDGE ON WYE FARMERS' JUMBLE Sale,-The members of the Xewbridge-on-Wye branch of the Brecon and Radnor Farmers' Union held a jumble sale on Thursday in aid of the British Red Cross Society and the local funds for the comforts of the troops. There were nearly fifty donations in sheep and pigs, in addition to a large quantity of poultry, veget- ables, and dairy produce. Many lots were sold over twice, and one sheep, the gift of Colonel Venables-Llewelyn, made X10. At the con- clusion of the sale, Mr D. Woodings proposed a vote of thanks to the auctioneers, donors, and buyers, which was carried with acclamation. i
1 No need to Darn tHI <' I the old Garments, Â£ for Boys' Clothing I at WATTS' is so I economical. I pARTICULARLY GOOD in Style, Material and Design I is W A'rrS' Wear for Boysâ€”Typical of boyhood at its B various stages-meeting the demands of each age in fashion, G utility and strength, as does no other clothing to quite the 1 same extent. Â» | I RUGBY SUITS-for Boys of 12 to 16, in Strong Tweeds, 12s 6d to 21s. 3 GARMENT SUITS-for Boys of 7 to 12 years, recommended for hard wear, 68 6d to 158. The above are pre-War Prices and Values. FANCY SUITS-for Boys of 3 to 8 years, very many shapes, 6s 6d to 15s. The above are pre- War Prices and Values. SAILOR SUITS-for Boys 3 to 8 years- Tweeds, 2s 6d to 5s 6d Serges, 2s lid to 3s lid Regulation Sailor, 3s lid to 15s. The above are pre-War Prices and Values. MACKINTOSHES Very Special Made from odd lengths of cloth, for boys of 8 to 16 years, 9s 6d and lis 6d. The above are Pre- War Prices and Values. RAINCOATSâ€”Raglan and Chester Shapes for Boys of all ages. Many qualities, shades and prices. CORDUROY SUITS-Odourless-for School wear for Boys, 5 to 12 years, 7s, 9s, lis, 13s. The above are pre-War Prices and Values. CORDUROY KNICKERS-for Boys of 3 to 9, plain knees, la 9d to 4s 6d, ditto with Band at Knees for Boys 7 to 14, prices 2s 6d to 5s 6d. Corduroy Breeches for Boys 7 to 16, 3s 9d to 6s 9d. The above are pre- War Prices and Values. Plain Knees, Is 6d to 3s 9d ditto Band I CLOTH KNICKERS â€” Strong Materials and Buttons, 2s 6d to 4s 9d. The above are pre- War Prices and Values. BOYS' JERSEYS-Extra Good Value, Navy, Saxe, Brown, Grey, 2s 9d, 3s Ã´d. I 4s 3d. Special V tlne Heavy weight || Resida only, 2s 6d, w-)rtIL,Iouble. BOYS' SHIRTS-Flann lrtte, 9d, Is, Is 3d, Is 6d, Is 9d, 2s Grandrill, Is 9d ;â€¢ Oxford, Is 6d, 2s English Flannel, 3s 6d and 4s 6d Real Welsh Flannel, 3s 6d, 4s 6d. Tennis Shirts, Cellular, Cashmere and Flannel, various prices. The above are pre- War Prices and Values. BOYS' STOCKINGS-Black, all Wool, lOd, Is, Is 3d, Is 6d ? in Heather Mixture with fancy tops, 13 6d, 2s, 2s fid. Children's Cashmere Socks (tan or black) 9d, also with fancy clocks (tan) Is. The above are pre-War Price., and Values. BOYS' NATURAL UNDERWEAR-Shirts, Pants, or Drawers, various prices. Good values. The above art pre-War Prices and Valuts. BOYS' CAPS Splendid Variety, good shapes, in Covert Coating material and Tweeds, also Navy Serge, lid and Is 6d. The above are pre-War Prices and Values. BOYS' COLLARSâ€”Everclean, 41d and 5d; Linen, 6d: Whiteolin (patent linen everclean), Is. BOYS' TIES-6d, Is. Special new Knitted Bows with Stud fastener, 2d. The above are pre-War Prices and Values. BOYS' BRACES-3d, 4d, 6d. The above are pre-War Prices and Values. NoTZ.â€”When requested, names are marked on goods for school outfits free of charge. â– I Those who purchase from the above Stock practise the strictest economy. We await your visit or order by post- either of which shall receive our utmost attention. We desire to please and satisfy you. Come or send soon. the Monument THE SECRET OF VICTORY. CiVR SOLDIERS and SAILORS are the lightest- hearted as well as the stoutest-hearted set of fellows in the world; they think it no harm to laugh and joke and sing, so why should we ? They derive the utmost benefit, comfort, and, solace from Music; they rarely have anything but the humble Mouth Organ, but that is every- thing to them now. Let us at home, therefore, follow their example and keep smiling; let everyone have as much Music in their homes as possible, and instead of being a miserable pessimist, everything going wrong, you will see things in a totally different light, and become a confident optimist. A merry heart goes all the day, I Your sad tires in a mile-a. Messrs. HEINS & Co., Brecon, f have a beautiful selection of MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, PIANOS, ORGANS, GRAMOPHONES, Etc., at most Reasonable Prices, for cash or three years' system. I Do Your Part to Promote Victory! a
MERTHYR CYNOG. THB SCHOOL PLATGROUND.â€”Tbe Buildings Committee of the County Education Authority have authorised the local managers to carry out improvements to the playground at a oost not exceeding Â£15, two thirds of the actual i expenditure to be charged on the parish.