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HAY. EVERY branch of Dentistry at Henderson's Dental Surgery, Brook House, Hay. daily. all hours. £34 for for a Grandfather Clock.— At the sale by auction by Mr F. G. Price, of Talgarth, of furniture. &c., at Thorn- bury House, Cnsop, a grandfather clock was knocked down to Mr James Evans. Lion street, for 13 1. Ascension Day.—The Parish Church was nicely decorated for the Feast of the Ascension. Holy Communion was cele- brated at 7. ft and 0 a.m.. and there was choral evensong at 7-30. The vicar officiated thoughout. personal.—Mr D. E. Howeils. clerk to Mr R T. solicitor, has been granted the Fellowship of the Institute of Book-keepers. London, and is thereby entitled to use the diploma F.B.I. Property Sale.—Mr F. A. Phillips, F.A.I.. of Merthyr. offered for sale by public auction at the Crown Hotel on ThumKv last the freehold farm known as Yew Tree Cottage, Whindle Park, Clifford, containing about 13 acres, in- cluding two orchards. There was a good attendance and the property was even- tually ;-old to the tenant. Mr Charles BugLes. for £ 750. The solicitors acting were Messrs. Lewis, Jones and Co.. Merthyr. Petty Sessions. Monday. Before Mr E. Butier (chairman), Captain H. Graystone and Mr John Morgan.—An application was made by Mr E. L. Wallis, of Hereford, to vary the order made on the lmh May for the ejectment of Mr John Allen and Mrs Jones, of Tylan Cottages.—The Court adjourned to view the premises offered Mr Allen, with the result that they declined to vary the Order in his case. but allowed a week for the execution of the warrant after 21 days from the date the original order expired. In the case of Mrs Jones, as no alternative accommodation was avail- j able, the Court suspended the order for two months to enable the tenant to find another house.—Thos. Lloyd, of Brilley Farm, Brilley. pleaded guilty to allowing a dog to be on the highway without a collar and was fined J. Morgan, the Post Office, Glasbury. pleaded not guilty to a similar charge, as the dog in question was not his but his wife's. The case was dismissed.—P.S. Davies gave evidence in these two cases. Clyro War Memorial.—The inhabit- ants of Clyro. at a meeting held recently and presided over by Capt. S. Mavroiani, decided to place a way-side cross in the village in memory of the men from Clyro who fell in the war. The Rev. S. H. Wenham (vicar) was present at the meeting. The Rev. J. Boyle (curate) undertook to do the secretarial work. Gallant Rescue from Drowning.—A gallant rescue from drowning was made in the River Wye at the Men's Duck- ings on Wednesday afternoon last by Arthur Bevan, who has recently been demobilised from the Rifle Brigade. Bevan, with other young men of the town. was bathing, and Cyril Browning, son of Mr Browning, of Cusop. who has served as corporal in the Devonshire Regiment in France and has been twice wounded, became exhausted in an attempt to swim across the river and cried aloud for help. Bevan immedi- ately swam to him and in his efforts to keep the drowning man's head above water was dragged under several times himself, but stuck in a most determined manner to his task and eventually brought Browning to the side. Bevan was far more exhausted of the two and was some time before he recovered from his gallant efforts. We Understand that his bravery is being brought to the notice of the Royal Humane Society. He served about three years in France and was wounded in the foot. -0

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