THE BRECON POSTING and -1 LIVERY STABLES LION STREET. Brakes Wfigon&ttee. Landaus, and Vehicles of every description. Smart Wedding Equipages. Modern Hearses and Mourning Coaches. We have given our customers oomplete satisfaction for rec i-ly 50 jeers and respectfully solicit your patronage. D. J. MEDCALFF, Proprietor.
ANGLO-BAVARIAN Gold Modal- ALES & STOUTS, Brewery Shepton Mallet, Somerset. Agents i- Brecon Meredith & Co., 32, High Street. Builth Wells W. Price & Co., The Stores.
felegrams TTMBB, Brecon. Telephone: P.O. 12 THE Brecon County CllnS LIMITED PRINTING At PUBLISHING OFFICES, THE BUTI'WA'P'K. A FT; LION STREET. BFECOFL. BUSINESS NOTICES. AU Advertisements and General Business Communic&iicrs must be addressed to THK O-USTX TJMKB I.TMirr. PfECOR. Literary communications should be addressed J the Editor. Advertisement* for insertion in the "Western Mail "and tie "Evening Express are. received at t-hia office, Pvid orders token for the Evening Express" ilpi-, Western Mliil" as well as all Western Mail" ppli ii-,e,tion&. Replies to ndvercnvrtentH are received at the COUNTY Trass- offices tree of charge and promptly forwarded to advertisers. Cheques, etc., should he made payable to Tm: BRECON COUNTY TIMES, LIMITED. CHARGES FOIi ADVERTISEMENTS. wn:Ã'1'!>\),'J.t.f'1¥+):.r::s..7;(': Small prej-aul advertisements are | inserted in the Brecon County Timet at the following rates No. of One Two Three Wortlk. invert ilurte. inserts n It s. d. 12 or less 6 8 10 13 to 18 9 10 18 10 „ 24 10 11 '3 H;30 19 18 ct 1 81 „ B0 16 SO 2 d 87 42 19 21 2 11 43 „ 48 2 0 2 8 S 1 hi: i -Tord;. at the ritte of 8a. for iscrx six cr portion thc-reof for lirst "insertion, and one-third exini for -18cb subsequent in- sertion. Double charges if booked. Trndr. Aruounetments 1/6 per iuch. Special quota- tions for series. Meetings, Concerts, &0.: 2s. 6d per inch. Aictions-Property: 8/-per inch, Stock, Furniture, &0.: 2!fi ner inch. '?ú, e Notices, &c.: 2.16 per inch. p kri, filned tai-y Notices and Pros- pectuses Is. per line,
Births, Marriages, Deaths. Notises inserted in this column are charged at tbe following rates :— Not exceeding fonr linea, 2/ Sixpence per lii.e for every line over. _——„—.
Situations Vacant and Wanted, APPRENTICE required for Ironmongery at once.—Apply in person to Williams, High Street, BuiHh. B-' RECON and MERTHYR RAILWAY. "WANTED MEN and LADS in the Traffic and Permanent Wi'Y Departments.-Apply to Inspector Sparkes, Brecon end Merthyr Railway, Bassaieg, Mon. .w-m m_ C" OWMAN WANTED, inu3t be able to milk, U married man preferred, good houbo and garden.—W. T. IeRec, Castle Farm, Brecon. WANTED, stead young MAN follow horses able milk generally useful state wages reference.—Apply, Mrs Sarah Thomas, Blackmill, [ Bridgend. WANTED working HOUSEKEEPER for farm. Write stating w«ges required, references, &c.-Apply Hope Davios, Neuadd Arms, Llanwrtyd Wells. "o:1' Lost and Found. LOST from Llecbfaen a three-half-year-old HEIFER. Finder will be rewarded.—E. Prothero, Dolymaea. To Let and Wanted. OFFICES to be LET over Brecon Station. Two or three well lighted rooms, recently occupied by the Land Valuation Department. For permission to inspect and all particulars, u^ply to Mr H R Knight, Storekeeper, Brecon and Merthyr Railway, Brecon. finO LET from the 2nd of February, 1914, T "PENDRE," Church Street, Talgarth, with Large Garden and Orchard.—Apply H. Williams, Parc-y-brein, Bronllys. TO LET in good position, High ntreet, Builth Wells, double-fronted SHOP and HOUSE, six bedrooms altered to suit any business rent inoderate.-Apply Roger Williams, Builth Wells. TO LET-A FULLY-LICENSED INN, occupying good position.—For particulars apply Arnold Perrett & Co. Ltd., Brewers, Hereford. For Sale and Wanted. FOR SALE, New Harness, Miniature Empress Governess Cart (by Saunders, Hitchin), and good sound Donkey, price 9 guineas.-Apply, Mies V, de Winton, Hay. HIGH-CLASS PIANOFORTE (new) FOR JLIL SALE iron frame check action guaranteed. Carriage free, C16 cash.—Call and see it at Heins <e fCo's, Brecon. SHORTHORN CALVES for rearing, from record Cheshire milkers, by pedigree bulls; quotation to nny Station no fancy prices.- Frank Dobie, Littleton, Chester. TO BE SOLD BY TENDER—136 Oak Trees of big dimensions 15 ash do.; 2 elm do.; close to roadway.—Apply to J. A. Thomas, 17, Castle street, Brecon. "WW1 ALL PAPER & PICTURE DEPART- MENT.—Why send money out of town for any of these linea when you can get good materia at TYLER'S, Bulwark, Brecon. Choice :n Wall Papers from i$d per piece. See bh, r nm of Sample Panels for wall decorations. A Ki-v Special Line in Pictures, framed and unlrat ri, now on view, as cheap as can be bought n • • vwh c latent with quality. v_- For Cash Bargains In New Furniture GO TO NV f. COOPER, MARKET ARCADE, BRECON Good Prices given Fui, Old-Fashioned Furniture, China, et" You will Save Money and get Real Value. Antique Department: 8, THE STRUET. Miscellaneous. DVICE FREE for Stamp.—Mrs B. Stewart's ADVICE FREE for Stamp.—Mrs B. Stewart's famous Female Remedy never fails.— Addreye, 9, Guinea Street, Bristol. BUYING A PIANOFORTE—When you JD require a Piano or Orgim go to Heitis & Co., Brecon, und -,on will have the Lowest. Price, you will have it taken to your bouse Free, you will have'it tuned the first year free, you will have a guarantee for 20 years, and above all you will have tbe advantage of their 80 experience bod reputation.—Heins= & Co., Ltd., Brecon. EINS & fOc), ÚrJ. are the Sole Agents for JTIL all the beet class PLAYER PIANOS; greatest discount for cash, or on their celebrated three years' f-yatem of purchase.—Heina fr Co., Brecon. IMPORTANT TO MOTHERS. Zvery j. 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, 4d and 9d, postage, Id. Geo. W. Harrison, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agents for Brecon F. L, Stanton, Chemist; Hay J. L. Daviea & Son, Chemist, 7, High Town Builth Wells: J. Ward, Cbemiet, 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. ATS, MICE, MOLES COCKROACHES, ai-ti BEETLES greedily eat, Harrison's "Pn Habit'' Ral. Poison. (hLS and Dogs will net tc!cb VYrroin dry and 1, a v e no sn."ili. Prices 6d., 1H., 2s. 3d., and 3s. 9d. Wholesale Market, Bolico. Postage 2d.—G W Harrison, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Antnt-s: — for Brecot! F. L. Stanton, Oill Pjist Hay J L Davit.s & Sons, ClieoMfctr. 7, Hiyh Town; Builth Wells: J Ward, CbudHt, 8. High Street-; Talgarth -i Divic; Evan?., Grocer, Liverpool Stores; Lhm. dovery T Roberts, The Crown Stores Knghtoia: G II Perkins, Chemist Crick- bo well W H Kirkland, Chemist. T17ANTED, TENDERS for 141 IRON HUR- VV DLES to be delivered and put up at LLANVEIGAN PARISH CHURCH 5-barred and weighing from 43 to 45 lbs. Tenders must be sent in at once to Tlio*. Jenkins, Esq., Churchwarden, Greenhill, Talybout-ou-Usk. 'h. -L_ Bulbs, Bulbs, Bulbs, and CARBONATED FIBRE. Wallflowers, Forget-me-nots, Polyanthus, Double White Daisies, Canterbury Bells and Sweet William for Spring Flowering. And Thousands of Wheeler's CABBAGE PLANTS NOW READY. QUARRELL, Florist, BRECON. The Chief Corrective This is a title which may be applied with- out exaggeration to the celebrated specific—Beecham's Pills. So very try- ing to the average constitution is the strenuous character of modern life, that one becomes increasingly liable to get "run down." Such a condition of lowered vitality is fraught with considerable danger to health, for the bodily system is less able to withstand the attacks of disease. Beecham's Pills are an excellent tnedicine for modern times. They suit our requirements. They meet our needs. Their gentle, yet thorough influence as an aperient speedily stimulates the liver to healthv activity, and their excellent tonic propel es strengthen the stomach in a roir.(*d degree. Such distressing ail- ments a biliousness, constipation flatu lence, indigestion and headache—in- dications that the health is below the normal-are quickly dispelled and the return to a more vigorous state is estab- lished. Beecham's Pills are prepared with the most scrupulous care from in- gredients of vegetable origin having great curative value, and they cannot fail to prove beneficial to all who use them, if the directions are fol lowed. Be yond all doubt, the medicine for modern times,! and for giving tone and vim to the system is BEECHAM'S PillS. Sold everywhere in boxes price IIIi (56 pills; & 2/9 (168 pills) NOW READY! THE BRECON COUNTY ANNUAL FOR 1914. Price I d. By Post 2d. ———— The Book contains information for the County of Brecon generally, and an useful Brecon generally, and an useful Illustrated Almanac and Diary. Fubiishur: T. JONES, 4, Bulwark, Brecon. Sales by Auction. TOMKINS, CHADWICK (A.A.I.) & THOMAS, Agricultural & General Auctioneers & Valuers, Estate Agents, Licensed Trade Experts, J Gaugers, Stocktakers and Insurance Agents Offices HIGH ST., BRECON. ALSO Tomkins and Chadwick, ABERGAVENNY ESTABLISHED 25 YEARS. _C. FOR SALE. Tregunter Estate, Breconshire, THE PROPERTY CONSISTS OF :— About (1) A Mansion House, Grounds and Park 93 Acres (2) Five Farms with a total of 729 (3) Outlying Land 28 (4) A Cottage-with 4 (5) Woods and Plantations 138 Total 992 Acres The Mansion house is beautifully situated, 500 feet above sea level, facing south, with fine views of Breconsbire Mountains. Entrance Halls, 5 Reception, 17 Bed and Dressing Rooms, 2 Bath Rooms, Billiard Room ample offices, Stabling and Garage. Electric Light, good Water Supply and Drainage. Two Lodges, Gardener's Cottage, large walled Garden and beautiful Grounds. Shooting has been well preserved by present tenant 2t miies good Trout, Fishing. Farms all let to very desirable tenants. Gross Rental, ex- clusive of Mansion, Grounds, Park and Sporting Rights, X804 15s. Possession whenever desired. For further particulars apply, W. B. deWINTON, Llanthomas. Hay, Hereford. Under New Management. Under New Management. Under New Management. THE WELLINGTON HOTEL Beet Family and Commercial House in the Town of = BRECON. = Newly re-decorated and Latest Sanitary Appointments provided. EXCELLENT CUISINE. Ordinary on Market and Fair Days. BEST HOUSE for Motorists* and Motor Cyclists. COVERED GARAGE. Depot for G.W.R. Motor Service. Proprietress Mrs. KATE LIVSEY (formerly of the GLANTAFF HOTEL, —————— TROEDYRHIW) -'r- WHITE ORPINGTONS. Our latest wins :— 1st, 2nd and Two Specials, 10 Guinea Cup for Best Hen in Show at Llandrindod. 1st Merthyr. 1st, Special, 3rd and Silver Medal, Mumbles. 1st, 3rd, Special, Silver Medal, Treharris. 2nd Pontardawe. 1st Ammanford. 2nd, 3rd and 4th Blaenafon. 1st Pontypridd. 2nd Cross Hands. A few young COCKERELS from above winners to be disposed of Cheap. Make Monsters for Breeding from in Spring. EGGS & CHICKS IN SEASON. M. liOWN & CO., PRIORY SWEET SHOP, BRECON. J. THOMAS (LAI!) General Draper, General Draper, 17, Castle St., Brecon. NEW STOCK NEW STOCK Specialities. Cheap and Stylish Millinery. Ladies' Tailor-made Costumes. New and Up-to-date Ladies' Shirt Blouses. Latest Suitings Gent's Fashionably-Cut Breeches made on the premises. m Farm Buildings. DEALS, PLANKS, RAFTERS, JOINTS, MATCH-BOARDING, FLOORING, and LATHS, cut to any size and length at the Watton New Saw Mills. Other Buildings. BRICKS, SLATES, PIPES, & all BUILDING REQUIREMENTS IN STOCK. Apply Breconshire Goal Sl Lime Co., LTD., Timber Yard, Watton, BRECON. ( Public Not> f.es. BRECKNOCKSHIRE SESSIONS. NOTICE IS HEREBY G V^N ihr. the next GENERAL QUART], l SESSIONS OF THE PEACE for the con rTTY OF PRECK- NOCK, will be heid at the BOUNTY HALL, BRECON, on TUESDAY, •-•He 6Lh day of JANUARY, 1914, at 11.20 forenoon, at which time and place c summoned to serve on the Grand J6, d Witnesses, must attend. At 11.30 o'clock tbe proaend to transact the County Busiuets. All Petty JurorE;, Appelifi! t, .00 Respondents must attend in Ccart r:,t 11.30 o'kv^ in rh3 fore- noon of the above-mentioned d v. HENRY F. W. Ie -rqES. C'trk of the County Hal!, Brecon, 15tb December, 1913. HAY UNION. Contracts for Goods. PERSONS desiring of CONTRACTING with P the Board of Guardians of this Union for the SUPPLY of BREAD FLOUR and MEAT, to be delivered at the Workh..nee at such times and in such quantities p.3 tl 3 Guardians may order or direct for Three Months, commencing the 1st day of January, 1914 are request^d to send in sealed Tenders marked "T 0 ier for-" and addresbed to the Chairman of the Board of Guardian?, it, the BOAHD RCOM, HAY. by ten o'clock a.m. on THURSDAY the 8th dav of JANUARY, 1914. A portion of the Goods must..supplied to the order of the Relieving Officer c ,be Hay D'.strict, in small quantities, for out-doo: ,,oor. Any information as to the p. >oable quantity of the several articles required n Y be otuincd on application to the Master of tht Vvorkhouse. By Order of thE ROBERT T. GRIFFITHS, Hay Union Offices, Clerk. December 16th, 1913. N.B.-The lowest or any reader wiil not necessarily be accepted. No Tender will be received on the printed form provided by the Guard us 00 be obtained on application at the Cierh or the Master's Office. Bow Many Days to. jenias ? No matter how many or jw few you must all "Shop." Xmas Shopi. -ij, pa: ticularly ic to many a great trouble p buying the nice things À oh the Children (and Grown-ups) like. What to Buy Is of course a very import it question ialhe Festive Season. Groceries c, all know are among tne chief things .-quired, and then what is nicer than to eit rcoud the fire in the gloaming and slowly enj< the good things provided. Where to Buy These Things Is asked—and easily ani-wered. At this season of the year, all ths Shopkeepers vie with each other in maki-ig their windows attractive so as to arre&i the attention of passers-by, but when you have inspected our windows and full Stock you will yourself answer the last question b saying Why at Morris's Stores of Course. THE STORES THAT DOES THINGS WFljL ——— MRS. HICKS, Watergate, begs to announce the Xmas Showroom will be Open on December 15th. I There will be a L,arp;e and Varied Assortment of Christmas Cards, Toys of all Descriptions, and a SPLENDID CHOICE OF FANCY GOODS SUITABLE FOR PRESENTS. -> Me BOWN & Co. have a Choice 8e1 c ion of I Christmas Novelties Including BOXES. BASKETS, TOYS, etc., filled with Sweats and Chocolates. SHOWROOM NOW READY Inspection cordially invited. Address— High Street, Brecon. T. E. TREW, Ship St., BRECON, baa on Sate the Primest Display of Meat for the Christmas Market at Moderate Prices. Orders Promptly Executed. Telephone 58. TDUII I IDC Baker and Confectioner, rniLLlrO, SHIP ST., BRECON, Has on Sn t' Iced and Fruit CAKES of every description for CHRISTMAS. Mince Piep. Jam Rollii, Ac- Best cleaned Fruit at Ooeapest Prices. A good assortment of best Chocolates, Sweets, Bon-Bons, dtc. vmr L A. DIE S -IN Send no monty. We will forward on post free a sample of GAUTIERS' FAMOUS PILLS which are without donbt the nri.-t certain remedy ever discovered for all female irregularities. They arc un which arc without donbt the certain remedy ever discovered for all female irregularities. They arc un equalled for Women and are slin, sure. and speedy. Also onr valuable 50-page Booklet ald Guide to Health on receipt of a Post-card or a Letter. BALDWIN & C?., Herb & Drug Stores, Only Address-ELECTRIC PARADE, HOLLOWAY, LONDON, N. Sold in Boxes, 7 £ d-, 2/3. Extra Strong, 4/6. Public Notices. For highway, byway and crowded streets there is no safer, surer, more comfortable cyclecar-than the iH uMO[PITTE I .A'- It provides the cheape- V'in of comfortable motoring, and is so simply controlled that the veriest novice can drive it after a few minutes instruction. »'XZS5S-* WITH HOOD, SCREEN, HORN, HEADLIGHTS AND TAIL LAMP, ALL COMPLETE I £ 125. This little Car can be seen with the District Agents, J. E. HOTT«Cfc, LIMITED, Nigh Street, and Ship Street, BRECON. Reprinted from the "Motor News" June 7th. 1913 FROM time to time I have heard doubt expressed as to whether the air-cooled engine fitted to the Humberette will overheat on long mountain passes. It may interest our readers to know that last Satur- day I climbed to the top of the Featherbed Mountain via Glendhu without any sign of heating what- ever. I called a halt at Glendhu Bridge and lifted the bonnet, and found that water dropped on the cylinder head only fizzled and did not flash into steam, as would happen if the engine were over- heated. This particular section of the climb is very trying. On very many occasions I have overheated here when driving cars with water- cooled engines, and I know many motorists who have had a similar experience. It is due to the length and seventy of the climb and the sheltered nature of the valley. On the descent from the top of the Featherbed to Glencree I was greatly surprised at the smoothness with which the Humberette ran over the atrocious surface. I travelled faster than I ever did befoie over this sec- tion and with more comfort. The little car seemed to take the bumps and hollows softly and smoothly, the springing certainly being excellent." Catalogues and full particulars can be obtained from J. E. NOTT& CO, i Ltd. Brecon. 204th Year of the Office, Q |J FIRE OFFICE. F017NDED 1710. The Oldest liisuiance Office in the World. Insurances effected on the following risks:- FIRE DAMAGE. Resultant Loss of Rent and Profits. Employers' Liability and Personal Accident. Workmen's Sickness and Disease. Compensation, Fidelity Guarantee. nciud:ng AL\t:J.ts I;Uij,ldl)', Domestic Servants. Plate Glass. LOCAL AGENTS. BRECON Mr, DAVID POWELL I i 'Fi' ¡ "(_t_t.> t'1"¡;'<bJ ¡ >) r "<, ¡ PI stmas ¡ ø /JV/ riF you are looking for a real; > acce>.ab!e gift for a mail 1MB I >"our buying place i; £ [Z.XCE. For we deal in jBgl .'rnew things to wear—and up-to-date things in this line IBeSl "are always welccme to the pa. ticuiar man-e-pec^^v at I Imffl Xmas time DO XOT FAIL TO SEE THE I 1^1 NEW JUNGLE BROWNS. ] • —A perfect model of an angry Jungle Lion. having a t)s I j absolutely life-like movements, is now to be seen in our window. This novel attraction forms part of an excep- 1 •, tionally choice display of ric'a Jungle Brown Neck T'c-. ■fifil Scarves, Caps, Gloves, etc., etc. Please note Jungle I^Hl Browns are the ven* newest productions and the approved lVH|| fashi >n for this Festive Gift Season. I \ia\ co M, E: See this Attractive 13^" play. \l|l\ COME Buy your Gifts HERE. A III" ø'. Educational. OASTLE HOUSE. BRECON. seHOOb FOR GIRlaS Also PREPARATORY FUR BCV3 Principal • MISS KING. PRIVATE TUITION. MR. W. p, J. LkBROCQ, M.A., F.L.S., F.R. Met. Soc, (.Honours, Christ's College, CanO PREPARES PUPILS for Commisaione in the P A-nv H-d jnd for Law, Medioai, I Civil Servtse a:?u r.ihc- jfctMhcoe ExarÜUl!,ti:L1 Private lessons in Botany, prik-,Lical Botany with use of Microscope, Mathematicp, French, Nature Stiidy, etc. Latest Novelties r LOUES. FANCY GOOI"P" Ladies Taitor.madc COSTUME. GENT'S TAILORING J. CYPOG JONES respectfully ,/licils a visit of inspr ion. HIGH STREET, BPECON. I DRINK j HORNIMANS PURE TEA. In Packel only FULL WEIGHT WITHOUT WRAPPER. "Always Good Alike." Sold by BRECON J. Arnold, Grocer, 90. Watton A. Haghes & Son. Bookseller?-, Rich Street • S. H. Powell, 20, The Struet W. Morris' 17, Bridge Street, Llftnvase BRYNMAWR Davies, Connop Stores. (Sole wholesale agent). CRICKHOWELL J. Isaac, Emlyn Sappiv Stores. (Wholesale Agent). CWMDU Edwards, Grocer, Post Office. ERWOOD Stephens, Grocer, Post Office GLASBURY-ON-WYE Price, Bridge Stores. HAY H. W. Gwatkin, 47, Lion Street, Whole- sale Agent Kedwards, Grocer, Broad Stree'- LLANDOVERY Nicholas, Chemist, High LLETTY DAFYDD Jones, Grocer. Printing Posters, Programmes, Pamphlets, Catalogues Ca rds, etc. I County Times Office BRECON. WANT SUCCESSJP THEN BUY RAPHAEL'S ALMANACK FOR 1914 nne'/u'1 Socoesstul Days into Evsry Yur. IF A BUSINESS MAN in doubi and parplexity as to the fotarfc, or wh.> ui Buy. Speculate, or deal with others, get ALMANACK. It puts you on right track. YOU ARE A LOVER and Courtship is perplexing. RAPHAEL S ALMANACK tells when to Court and Mwrr, IF A WIFE, MOTHER OR SWEETHEART it telis by your birih date .vhut Fate has in s ore. IF CROSSED IN LOVE, unemployed, sad or depressed, a perwnri may show you a silver linivg to voar b ack cloud. >F MILL GIRl. MILLINER OR MARCXIONESS, v. ur intcres* Km ber- t.ild b\ the biar. THE MOTHER can see Baby's Fate and Fortune in tOe Birthday Information for every day of the year. IF YOU ARE A FARMER and crops tail, or d^ubt when to boy or sell Cattle, get RAPHAEL'S ALMANACK, it teUi ttM favourable time, and when to Sow Crops lor success. Bay a Copy to-day from your Bookseller, or post free 7d. from W. FOULSHAM & Co., 5 PILGP.IM STREET, LONDON, E.C. TTXiinxi South 1 East Africa UN1UN- ROYAL WA:i P'iw'T; r AC rf*I r Fro* LOD<W mbc SoatiuaiDton, 1 L»L WEEILY lw, 80UTH 4FR:M 1 I MC >j»aelr» ki.g r.:nru-n, L^IXL. MONTHLY for UST iFRiCA, '\UI: -.1'- iTcr further safonBMior: apply to tbi mp..n, Head I'jtBc-r.. 4. øcta\I.D :f" :J; J,JB: tr tc loC&1 "-1!:<;t:IIW PUNCH i JUDY, MARIONETTES, Conjurors, Humorists, Cinematograph, Ac. HIGH-CLASS PERFORMANCES. MODERATE TERMS. TOM HAY & CO., Gloucester. Engineering Works and Motor Garage, "The Green," Talgarth. W. J. RICKETTS Begs to inform the public that he has com menced bnsinees as Motor and Agricultural Engineer. Moiors, Gap, Oil and 8:eam Engir,es efficiently overhauled and repaired. Ager.t for Sheep Rrvcks avid Cocke's I?Jougli8. District Agent for Crossley's Oil Engines. Prompt and careful a.iention given to all orders. BRECON AND MERTHYR RAILWAY. Football Matches at Newport, NEWPORT v. WATSONIANS, Boxing Day Friday, December 2»>th. 1913. NEWPORT v. BARRA El -NS. SatordaT December Îtb, 19.3, On above dates CheAl) Return Tickets will tee issued to Newport from Brecon. For full par- ticulars see Company's Bills. Special Arrangements. The 10-30 p.m. ex Newport connects at Pengam, on Wednesday, Dec 24th. with the 11-22 p m. from that Statipn, for BRECON, Dowlais. Fochriw and intermediate Stations. aLd liD Fruiuv, Dec. 26th, with 1J-22 p.m. ex Penga:u fur Dowlais, Focliriw nd intermediate Stations. No Passsenger Trains (other than the early niurniLg trait shewn below) will be run on the Brecon ana Merthyr Railway on Christmas Day, Thursday, Dec. 25th. 3913 Mertbvr doa 12-2.") a m. Brecon, arr 1 45. • P« This Train connects at Talyllyn with Cambrma Company's 1-45 a m. Speci.,1 I-ia-u. therebv form- through connection for most ot the principal Stations on Cambrian Lint. ( SPECIAL NOilCE. For tb. convenience of j passengers requiring to get home lor Christmas j Holidays a through connection for most of the 1 principal stations on ( amhrian L'lie, alno Brecon Alio SLntioila, WJJJ be glVeU bv the 10-30 p.m. ex Newport or December 24th. HERBERT R. PRICE, Secretary and General Manager.