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Situations Vacant and Wanted. JjOr WANTED as APPRENTICE to g-f printing.—Apply Knight, Viaduct House, Brecon. FLARDENER.—Required GARDENER, well skilled in producing flowers.—Apply Rees, ^^§alow, Langland Bay, Swansea. TRONG young GENERAL WANTED (country) by September 16th, aged 18 to 20 Ofit- riser little washing plain cooking good f^'lDgs. Uniform provided. Brecon girl pre- yed good reference essential. Call 5 p.m.— Gordon Douglas, "Dan-y-fan," Brecon. WANTED, by an experienced Dressmaker, WORK AT LADIES' HOUSES.-G.E., ^gQty Times," Brecon. ANTED staid COOK-GENERAL, 25 to 40, able to wash used to hotel work pre- 1?" take widow with good character, ^^borne Hotel, Penrhiwceiber. b- W" ANTED GENERAL SERVANT for jiji' country rectory, not under 20 country Preferred.—Apply "G.J. "County Times," iletoti. W ANTED, for country, good COOK at once. e8t Kitchenmaid. Dairy.—Apply Mrs G. tat. Canon Pyon, Hereford. ANTED GARDENER; to act also as an t attendant. Salary commences at :£40 ^aunum, with board (no beer), lodging, washing, W* Uniform.—Apply, in the first instance by Ir only, to the Superintendent, County Asylum, Wich, Manchester. WÃNTED a good WHEELWRIGHT.— Apply W. P. Worthing, New Inn, \^J*idge-on Wye. WANTED, strong LAD about 14, as errand boy.—Apply Siddons," Brecon. ANTED respectable youth as APPREN- TICE to the Ironmongery and Seed ^Meredith and SonB, Brecon. W ANTED MAN to work country grind mill and cart out cottage and garden found. ce, Whitney-on-Wye. \y ANTED, MANAGER, for the Builth ^Oci Upper District Agricultural Co-operative t(^-> Garth and Llanwrtyd Wells; commission.—Apply, with references, vile 8 aSe, not later than Thursday, August 26th, P. Davies, Haf dre, Llanwrtyd Wells. Lost and Found. STAYED to Pontybatt Farm, YEARLING vj^; ETHER, Spittle mark under right ear y of left out off. If not claimed within MB be Bold and proceeds given to War Apply, Howell Powell. ^ATED Yearling WETHER at "Pen- h (1 Cwmdu earmark, split right ear cln over, crop left and notch under. If in 14 days will be sold to defray ^Apply, j. P. Edwards. ^WEDDING CARDS BY POST.—We have a special book of samples of Bn?Car<^8 *or onr growing postal trade. This Wie w^e8t possible variety of choice Coh Jl08t of posting is reduced to a minimum. Qty Times," Brecon, To Let and Wanted. FIVE ACRES of LATTERMATH TO LET to 30th November next.—Apply Powell, Brewery, Brecon. GOOD OFFICES TO LET in central position in Brecon.—Apply for particulars to Secretary, Church House. HOUSE AND SHOP, NO. 3, SHIP STREET, TO LET from 29th September next, containing from shop, dining room, baok kitchen, cellar, sittingroom, and five bedrooms, occupied by Mr Jones, saddler and harness maker, for about 50 years.—Apply, Coppage and Sons, The Complete House Furnishers, Brecon. EOOMS TO LET, with board or without; Bath h. and c.,—Apply Box No. 57, "Times," Brecon. TO LET T "tn"29th September 14, BRIDGE STREET. BRECON seven room3, bath h. and c., usual ^oes, out houses and yards excellent sanitatic, -Apply to Miss Philip Morgan, Brecon. TO LET—229 ACRES OF SHOOTING; good Btock of Pheasants and Partridges.— Apply Powell, MaeslJech, Beulah. rjlO LET, good COTTAGE in Brecon low JL rent.—Apply J. R. Thomas, 17, Castle Street, Brecon. _n- TO LET, WINTER KEEP for Ponies on two farms, Ynisdwr and Glynbedd. Crynant, near Neath 684 acres.—Apply Watkins, Bridge Street, Crickhowell. TO LET, 50 Acres Rich LAND, with good Homestead and Grist Mill, doing extremely profitable trade; low rent.—Goddard, Land Agent, Hereford. .4 I For Sale and Wanted. CHEAPEST FARM in England on Sale, 82 C Acres Rich Land at bargain price. Also other Farms. Money found.—Gsddard, Valuer, Hereford. FOR SALE, a WOODEN ROOM (used as Drawing-room), size 24ft. 4ins. by 15ft.; built by Messrs Browne and Lilly, of Reading; can be seen at Cantref Rectorv, near Brecon. GALVANIZED CORRUGATED SHEETS, light, 24ir.s. wide; 5ft., lOd.; 6ft., Is, each; strong, 27ins. wide; 5ft., Is. 3d.; 6ft., Is. 6d. each other sizes fit proportionate prices; all sound.— Butlers, Bell Works, Wolverhampton. HFiREFORDSHIRE CIDER, made from 1. best apples obtainable, in all sized casks.— Write for prices to T. J. Quarrell, Paradise Fruit Farm, Marden, Hereford. PULLETS, March hatch, laying, 2s. 6d. each JL 29s. dozen, live delivery anywhere list free.—The Hummell Poultry Farm, Stratford, Essex. SHORTHORN CALVES for roaring, from S. record Cheshire milkers, by pedigree bulls quotation to any Station no fancy prices.— Frank Dobie, Littleton, Chester. TO DAIRYMEN.—Freshly calved SHORT- HORN COW, very heavy milker, FOR SALE price with calf £28, without calf £ 25.— To view apply to W. Hughes, Buckland Home Farm, Bwlch. ———— —— Miscellaneous. ADVICE FREE for Stamp.-Mrs B. Stewart's jCTL famous Female Remedy never fails.— Address, 9, Guinea Street, Bristol. BILLHEADS, Labels (Plain and Gummed). Price Lists, and every other kind of Business Printing and Stationery.—" County Ticaea Office, Brecon. IMPORTANT BOON TO LADIES.—No Pills 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.—NURSE ROSS, Laboratory, 96, Windsor Road, Torquay. FPORTANT TO MOTHERS Every JL. 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, Id. Gco. W. Harrison, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agents-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 Preateigne 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 Poison. Cats and Dogs wi.1 not touch it. Vermin dry np and leave no smell. Prices 6d., 1s., 2s. 3d., and 3s. 9d. Wholesale Market, Bolton. Postage 2d.—G W Harrison, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agents: for Brecon: F. L. Stanton, Chemist; Hay: J L Davies & Sons, Chemists, 7. High Town; Bni th 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 Criok- howell: W H Kirkland, Chemist. WALL PAPER & PICTURE DEPART- MENT.—Why Bend money out of town for any of these lines when you can get good material at TYLER'S, Bulwark, Breoon. 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.; J. THOMAS (HI!) Genera! Draper, General Draper, 17, Castle St., Brecon. NRW STOCK NEW STOCK Specialities. Cheap and Stylish Millinery. Ladies' Tailor-made Costumes, and Up-to-date Ladies' Shirt Blouses. Latest Suitings Fashionably-Cut Breeches made on the premises. Sales by Auction. By Messrs Price ft Williams. Sept. 7th.-Sale of Live Stock, &c., at The Court, Breeon. Sept. 18th—Important Sale of Live Stock, &c., at Tregunter Farm, Talgarth. Sept. 21-Important Sale of Live Stock, Imple- ments, &c., at Llyngheren, Taffechan Sept. 25th.—Sale of Live Stock, Crops, &c., at Bedwlwyn Farm, Cray. Oct. —Sale of Farm Stock, Implements, &c &c. at Lower Genffordd Farm, Talgarth. Sale of Freehold Properties in Breconshire. THE COURT FARM,. BRECON. Within Ten Minutes' walk from the centre of the Town. Highly Important Sale of 7|| CROSS-RYELAND, SHROP- QUCCD ■ » SHIRE AND RADNOR OllCCr, 20 HEREFORD, SHORTHORN AND JERSEY CATTLE, 3 HORSES, PIGS, POULTRY, IMPLE- MENTS, &c. MESSRS. DAVID PRICE (F.A.I.) AND WILLIAMS have been favoured with instructions from Mr J. H. Rosser, to Sell by Auction, as above, On TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER the 7th, 1915 (Brecon Fair Day), as follows:— SHEEP.-47 young Radnor and Ryeland ewes, 21 theave lambs, 1 pedigree two-year-old Ryeland ram (bred by Mr Jones, Lower House), 1 yearling Shropshire ram (bred by Mr Morgan, Pontwilym). CATTLE.-6 dairy cows (Shorthorn and Jersey crosses) with calves at foot, 1 ditto in milk and in calf, 1 fat cow, 2 well-bred Hereford heifers with calves at foot, 2 Shorthorn yearling heifers. HORSES.—1 three-years-old oart m'tre (good worker in all gears), 1 five-years-old Mountain pony (supposed to be in foal), 1 yearling Mountain pony. PIGS.-l young sow, 2 store piga. POULTRY. IMPLEMENTS.—Cart, gambo, tipping do., mowing machine, tedder, horse gear, cake crasher, turnip cutter, turnip drill, ploughs, harrows, chain harrow, sheep racks, feeding trough, pigs trough, weighing machine and weights, heel rake, rakes, pikles, garden seat, roller, &e. DAIRY UTENSILS.—1 end-over-end churn, 1 butter worker, milk pans, &c. HARNESS.-2 pairs shaft harness, 1 long tack, 2 g.o. do., 3 collars and bridles. GRASS LETTING.-There will be about 20 acres of grass let from day of Sale to 30th November, 1915. ) Three months' credit on sums above £10, or discount for cash at the rate of 5 per cent. per annum. Luncheon at 11-30 a.m. Sale to commence at 1-30 p.m. The Cattle Market, Brecon. TUESDAY, SEPT. 7th, 1915, at 10 a.m. Highly Important Sale of 10 Grand Pedigree Ryeland Lamb Rams from the famous Ryeland flock of R. Stratton, Esq., The Duffryn, Newport, Mon. David Price (F.A.I.) and Williams, Auctioneers, &c. Preliminary. Tregunter Farm, About half-a-mile from Talgarth Station. Most Important Sale of 102 Pedigree Bred Hereford Cattle, 200 Lowland and Cross-Bred SHEEP, 6 young CART HORSES and COLTS, On SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18th, 1915.' David Price (F.A.I.) and Williams, Auctioneers, &c. Further particulars will appear next week. W. J. PRICE, AUCTIONEER AND VALUER, (Upper Pontwillim, Brecon), Wishes to inform the Public that he has Started Business in Brecon, as an Auctioneer and Valuer, and he hopes by strict attention to Business and prompt settlements to obtain a fair share of the PUBLIC PATRONAGE. By Mr. W. J. Price. 31st Aug.—Sennybridge Auction Mart. 7th Sept.—Brecon Market, Sale of Fat Stook, Breeding Ewes and Rams. 14th Sept.—Sennybridge Auction Mart. 14th Sept.—Draft Sale of Penybont Ryelands at Sennybridge. 15th Sept.—Cantref Reotory, Sale of Antique and Modern Household Furniture. Also Live Stock and Outdoor Effects. 21st Sept.—Brecon Market, Fat and Store Stock, Breeding Ewes and Rams. 28th Sept.—Garth, Abercrave, Sale of Live Stock. 30th Sept.-Beily Riohard, Merthyr Cynog, Sale of Live Stock, Implements, Harness, &c. 5th Oct.—Brecon Market, Fat and Store Stock. 12th Oct.—Sennybridge, Show and Sale of Shire and other Colts. Sennybridge Auction Mart. 31st AUGUST, 1915. MR. W. J. PRICE will Sell FAT & STORE STOCK. Entries solicited. Offices 40 High Street, Breoon. Preliminary Notice. Draft Sale of Penybont Prize-Winning Ryelands will be held at SENNYBRIDGE, on TUES- DAY, the 14th SEPTEMBER next. Auctioneer W. J. PRICE. Offices 40, High Street, Brecon. PRELIMINARY NOTICE OF SALE. CANTREF RECTORY. MR. W. J. PRICE has been favoured with instructions from the representatives of the late Bishop Lloyd to Sell by Auction at the above residence, on WEDNESDAY, the 15th day of SEPT. next, a quantity of Antique and Modern Household Furniture. Also LIVE STOCK & OUTDOOR EFFECTS Catalogues may be had in due course on appli- cation to the Auctioneer. Offices 40 High Street, Brecon. Sales by Auction. By Messrs Millee & Powell (F.A.I.) I Sept. 7th.-Sale of Breeding Ewes and Fat Stock at the Cattle Market, Brecon. Sept. 10th-Sale of Freehold Property at Talgarth. Sept. 16th.-Dispersal Sale of Stock and Imple- ments, at Bryndu, Llyswen. Sept. 18th.—Dispersal Sale of Stock, &c., at The Rectory, Talachddu. Sept. 20th.—Forest Lodge Annual Draft Stock Sale at Sennybridge, Sept. 21st.—Sale of Breeding Ewes, Rams, and Fat Stock, at the Cattle Market, Brecon. Sept. 22nd.-Annual Draft Stock Sale, at Nantyr- harn, Cray. j Sept. 23rd.—Dispersal Sale of Stock and Imple- ] ments, at Maescar, Sennybridge. | Sept. 25th.—Dispersal Sale of Stock and Imple- I ments, at Cilmanharen, Garthbrengy. Sept. 27th.—Annual Draft Stock Sale, at Llwyn- cyntefin Park, Sennybridge. j ";pt. 29th.-Dispersal Sale of Stock, Implements, dzc., at Slwch Farm, near Brecon. Sept. 30th.-DisperE;ml Sale of Stock, Implements, &c., at Vunglas, Talachddu. Oct. 5th.-Sale of Rams and Fat Stock, at the Cattle Market, Brecon. Oct. 6th.—Dispersal Sale of Stock and Implements 1 at Penybont, Dpper Chapel. October 7th—Dispersal Sale of Stock and Im- plements, at Llwynhir, Cray. Sale of Household Furniture in Brecon Important Sale of Freehold Property I situated in the Borough of Brecon. NEUADDFELEN, TALGARTH. Sale of a most DESIRABLE RESIDENCE with about 5 ACRES OF LAND. MEESSRS. MILLER, POWELL and CO. (F.A.I.) have received instructions to Offer for Sale by Public Auction at the TOWER HOTEL, TALGARTH, on FRIDAY, the 10th SEPTEMBER, 1915, I at 2-30 p.m., that most I Desirable Residence, Imown as NEUADDFELEN, situate in the centre of the town of Talgarth, with about 51 acres of excellent meadow and orchard land belonging thereto, and a large and productive kitchen garden (now let at £46 10s per annum, Tenant paying rates). The house contains on the ground floor- I Entrance hall, sitting room and dining room, kitchen, back kitchen and dairy. On the first floor, which is approached by a very fine oak staircase, there are four spaci ous bedrooms and bathroom with lavatory. The outbuildings comprise a four bay barn, cow house with range in front, three stall stable and pig stye. For further particulars apply to the AUCTIONEERS, or Messrs. JEFFREYS and POWELL, Solicitors, all of Castle Street, Brecon. By Mr. T. J. Phillips. Sept. I-Ilsle of Ewes, Rams, Fat and Store I Stock, Brecon Cattle Market. bept. 18th-Pantygaer, Illtyd, Ewes and Lambs, Pi,,)t-niture, etc. :Nept. 21-Talybont Fair, Sale of Ewes, Rams and Fat Stock. Bept.—Ynysderw Farm, Crynant, Live Stock. By Mr. G. V. Price. CATTLE MARKET, BUILTH WELLS. MR. G. V. PRICE will on MONDAY, OCT. ..1 4th, 1915, conduct Mr John Jones Hope Llwynderw Hall, Llanwrtyd Wells, Annual Draft Sale of 800 Welsh Mountain Sheep at the above Cattle Market. ———— By Mr. Walter Pye. THE MOOR, BODENHAM, 2 Miles from Dinmore Station, 6l Miles from Hereford and Leominster. WALTER PYE haB been favoured with instructions from the Executors of the lite F. E. Gough, EEq., to Sell by Auction (as ai ove), on THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2nd, 1915, The Renowned Prize-Winning Flock of 242 Pedigree RYELAND SHEEP, viz.:— 75 Grand Stock Ewes, 55 Yearling Ewes, 45 Ewe Lambs, 47 Ram Lambs, 17 Shearling Rams, and 3 Stock Rams. The late Mr Gough was a most successful Exhibitor for 20 years at the Royal, Bath and West of England, Herefordshire and Worcester- shire, the Welsh National, and Leominster Agricultural Shows. Descriptive Catalogue and List of Prizes se nt post free on application to the Auctioneer, Hereford. Educational. PRIVATE TUITION. MR. W. P. J. LkBROCQ, M.A., F.L.S., i .R. Met. Soc. (Honours, Christ's College, Cam.) REPARES PUPILS for Commissions in the JL Army and Navy, and for Law, Medical, Civil Service and other Entrance Examinations Piivate lessons in Botany, practical Botany with use of Microscope, Mathematics, French, Nature Study, etc. CASTLE HOUSE, BRECON. SCHOOh FOR GIRbS liso PREPARATORY FOR BOYS Principal MISS KING. School will re-open THURSDAY, SEPT. 16th. Dress & Costume Making THOMAS & ADCOCK'S DRESSMAKING DEPARTMENT is under New and Efficient Management. SPECIAL ATTENTIO GIVEN TO [CUT, FIT AND FINISH. A TRIAL ORDER RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. Thomas and Adcock, BRECON. —— Sales by Auction, By ;r F. G. Price. Sept. 3rd—Sale of Ewes at Talgarth Fair. Sept. 9th—Farming Stock, Swan Hotel, Hay. Sept. 10th-Annual Ewe and Ram Sale, at Pengenfford. Sept. 14th.—Sale of Live and Dead Farming Stock, Pentwyn, Dorstone. Sept. 17th-Live and Dead Farming Stock, Glannant Forest, Talgarth. Sept. 23rd-Sale of Ewes and Rams at Talgarth Fair. Sept. 24th-Live and Dead Farming Stock, Griffin Inn, Llyswen. Sept. 27th.— Sale of Live and Dead Farming Stock at Maesygarn, Llanigon. Sept. 29th-Farming Stock, at Glasnant, Bryn- gwyn. Sept.-Sale of Live and Dead Farming Stock, Middle Gogin, Llowes. Oct. 7th.-Sale of Live and Dea.d Farming Stock, Wernfawr, Clyro. Oct. 13&h-Annual Foal Show and Sale at Talgarth (Fair Day). TALGARTH FAIR, SEPT. 3rd, 1915. Sale of Ewes, Lambs, Rams, &c. Present entries include about 300 store ewes. Farther entries solicited. Sale at 10 o'clock. For entry forms apply Auctioneer. FRANCIS GEO. PRICE, Auctioneer. The Cottage, Talgarth. Pengenfford Second Annual Sheep Sale. MR. FRANCIS GEORGE PRICE will Sell by Auction, on FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10th, 1915, at the CASTLE INN, about 1200 Store Ewes, Lambs, Rams, &c. Further entries solicited. For entry forms apply Auctioneer. Entries close Saturday, Sept. 4th, 1915. Sale at 11-30 prompt. The Cottage, Talgartb. SWAN HOTEL, HAY. Important and Attractive Sale of 160 Cross-Bred Sheep, 20 Hereford and Cross-Bred CATTLE, 4c. MR. FRANCIS GEORGE PRICE is favoured with instructions from Mr E. T. Powell, to Sell by Public Auction, on THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9th, 1915 (Fair Day). SHEEP.-61 three and four-year-old crosa- bred ewes, 96 theave and wether lambs, two three-year-old Ryeland rams. CATTLE.—Six young Hereford and cross- bred cows in and with calves at foot, dairy cow in fuil profit, five Hereford heitert3 in calf, two three-half-year-old steers. HORSES.—Three-year-old mare by "Red Poppy." RALLI OAR. Luncheon at 10-30. Sale at 11-30 prompt; Terms cash. The Cottage, Talgarth. PENTWYN, DORSTONE. Important and Attractive Sale of 100 Grand Shropshire Sheep, 16 Hereford and Cross-Bred CATTLE, 5 HORSES, IMPLEMENTS, CROPS, and GRASS LETTING. MR. FRANCIS GEORGE PRICE is favoured with instructions from Mr W. Evans, to Sell by Public Auotion, on TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14th, 1915. SHEEP.-20 two-year-old ewes, 10 three-year- old ditto, 20 yearling wethers (fat), 20 yearling ewes, 30 thpave and wether lambs, two ram lambs, yearling Shropshire ram. CATTLE.—Five cows and heifers in and with calves at foot, two-year-old heifer in calf, two- year-old cross-bred heifer, one yearling Hereford heifer, one yearling cross-bred heifer, two yearling steers. HORSES.—Bay cart mare, six years old and her filly foal; black cart geldiag, five years old black cart gelding, two years old one-and-a-half- year-old bay gelding. PIGS.—Two strong bacons. IMPLEMENTS.—Broad-wheel cart, narrow- wheel ditto, broad-wheel gambo, broad-wheel ditto (new), Bamford mowing machine, Bamford horse rake (new), double tprnip drill (Kell), single ditto, two sheep cratches, two Ransom wheel ploughs, Hornsby swing plough, two bowl flat iron roll, pair spring tooth harrows, pair chain harrows, pair iron harrows, Kell. mooter, win- nowing machine (Kell), pulper (Bamford), seed- leaf, three scythes and sneads, shearing bench, sack truck, scales and weights, 100 iron hurdles, dog cart, portable fowl house (new), four hogs- heads, turnip scuffle, grindstone, small tools, four ladders, large oak bin, two galvanized sheep troughs, three hen coops, several dozen sacks, two sets long tack, 2 sets shaft gears, two g.o. tacks, four collars and bridles, set trap harness, collar and hames, saddle and bridle. FODDER.—Nine tons of CLOVER to go off; 12 acres STRAW to be consumed on the premises 2k acres SWEDES and TURNIPS and about 60 acres GRASS, to February 2nd, 1916, in suitable lots. 200 GALLONS OF CIDER. Luncheon at 11-30. Sale at 1 o'olock. Terms cash. The Cottage, Talgarth. ALFRED OUARRELL, FFORIST, FRUITERER, AND SEEDSMAN ALL KINDS OF GARDEN REQUISITES KEPT IN STOCK. FRESH CUT FLOWERS DAILY, Wreaths, Crosses, Ao,, at Shortest Notice. FERNS AND POT PLANTS a Speciality. 3 & 4, HIGH STREET, BRECON. Telephone: 74. I Public Notices. Revereod Rice Powell's or Boughrood Charity. I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the it, I ANNUAL MEETING of the Trustees of the above-named Charity will be held at the CHURCH HOUSE,, in LION STREET, BRECON, on TUESDAY, the 28th day of SEPTEMBER next, at 11-30 o'clock in the fore- noon, when the lads who have served out their apprenticeships and their late masters and boys desirous of being apprenticed with their parents and proposed masters are required to attend. Petitions (forms of which can be obtained of the Clergyman of each Parish) duly filled up and signed must be sent to me on or before the 7th day of September next, and no boy will be apprenticed unless it be shown that he has served his proposed master for at least 28 days previous to the day of Meeting with satisfactory results. By Order, GEORGE TUDOR, Brecon, Solicitor to the Trustees. 20th Augnst, 1915. Brecon County School for Boys. Brecon County School for Girls. THE above Schools will RE-OPEN on TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14th. Tuition fee P.2 3s 4d per term. Pupils entering the Schools below the age of 12 will be admitted at a reduced tuition fee of 41 63 8d per term. The fees must be paid at the beginning of eack term. T. J. PARRY, Brecon, Clerk to the Governors. 24th Aug., 1915. GLAMORGAN EDUCATION COMMITTEE. The High School for Girls, Cowbridge. I IilXTENSIVE grounds, and most healthy E situation in the picturesque Vale of Glamorgan. Special care taken of delicate children. Preparation for Oxford Locals and London Matriculation. Special attention given to W domestic subjects. Fees very moderate and inclusive. Children of eight years and upwards are admitted to the School. For particulars apply to the HEADMISTRESS. Notice of Audit. CRICKHOWELL RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Half-yearly Statements of the Accounts of this Rural District Council, together with the respective Books of Account, will on the eleventh day of September, 1915, be deposited at the Town Hall, Crickhowell, and such Statements and Books of Account will be open to be inspected, examined, and copied by any Ratepayer in the District of the said Council, at any reasonable hour in the daytime when the Council is not sit- ting, until the 28th day of SEPTEMBER, 1915, and that on the last-mentioned day, at the hour of 10 30, the Accounts of the said Rural District Council will be audited by R. G. WOODYATT, Esquire, the Auditor, at the TOWN HALL, CRICKHOWELL, 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 this 24th day of August, 1915. THOS VAUGHAN, Clerk to the Crickhowell Rural Distriot Council. VAYNOR STOCK FAIR ASSOCIATION. A STOCK FAIR will be held at CEFN COED, On MONDAY, AUGUST 30th, 1915, and a GREAT EWE FAIR On MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 13th, 1915. NOTE.—The Committee has been considering how to make a local effort to help some deserving fund in connection with the war, and has decided, if support is forthcoming, to arrange an Auction Jumble Sale at the September Fair. All particulars can be obtained of Hon. See. and Auctioneer, E. Berryman, 14. Glebeland Street, Merthyr Tydfil, or Hon. Treasurer, James Davies, Holford Street, Cefn Coed. CASH ADVANCED PRIVATELY. From S10 to £ 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. TERMS mutually agreed upon before Business oompletei, 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. I JjEggjgHEB I r, I- A s "ALWAYS GOOD ALIKE." FOR ECONOMY. ■ JIlWBraaSW: LION CYCLES £5 5s. CASH. (or 15s. with order and monthly payments). Signed guarantee for all time. Packed in crate free and carriage paid. SINCE 1905 I have advertised in this paper and have made and sold over 20,000 Machines. NO EXTRAS. Lamp, Bell, Pump, and everything included. Carriage paid. YOU CAN RIDE AND TEST THE MACHINE FOR 10 DAYS. 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Births, Marriages, Deaths. Metises inserted in this column are charged at the Allowing rates °t exceeding four lines, 2/ l*pencb per line for every line over. BIRTH. ^WYNNE-JONES.—At Sutter ton, near Boston, on the 17th inBt., to Gertrude, wife of Dr. Gwynne- lones, a. daughter. FORTHCOMING MARRIAGES. marriage arranged between Frank Henry *y[ar8, Captain 2/lst Brecknockshire Battalion gW.B., son of Mr and Mrs J. H. Yigars, late of ~(econ, and Susie Laarina May Lewis, lighter of the late Mr A. H. and Mrs Lewis, Overton, Gloucester, will take place quietly Ilag to the war, at Gloucester, on September Jo DEATHS. j?8-—On the 21st inst., at a London Nursing Alice, the beloved and second daughter the late Mr and Mrs Thomas Jones (Super- ior of Inland Revenue, Brecon), aged 36 Years. After long years of suffering Bbe now rests in peace.