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BRECON. Eruptions of the skin, especially on the face ind hands, are most unsightly. GWILLIM'S XYMOL OINTMENT is a simple and excellent means of removing Eczema, Pimples, Boils, etc. —In pots 1/. each, only from WALTER GTTILLIM, M.P.S. (late Charles). Chemist, Brecon. BOOK YOUR ORDERS Now for all kinds of Winter Plants. An inspection invited.— WILDING, FI(sist, Brecon. MOTOR CAR FOR HIRE.-Harold P. Elston, 21, High Street. All classes of repairs executed. The West Breconshire Farmers' Association Ltd., 8, Ship Street, Brecon, dealers in coal, lime, manure, flour, corn, meal, agricultural implements and ironmongery of every descrip- tion. Branobes :-Sennybridge, Cradoe, Taly- llyn, andTalybont-on-Usk. Deliveries arranged by our own carts. Prices on application. TOMATOBs.-Tomatoes fresh daily from our fjwn Gardens.—QUARRELL, 3 and 4, High St. FOR Chaff Cotters, Turnip Cntters and all Agricultural Implements, Meredith and Sons, Implement Warehouse, the Cattle Market, Brecon. Tian FACT IS REAL ECONOMY, think first of quality and then of price. Well, as regard Groceries and Provisions you can think of both these features together if you deal with MORRIS, The Reliable Grocer, Bridge street. I CYCLES.- We are Solo Agents for the Raleigh, James and Sunbeam Cycles; prices from £41786d to X15 15s. An inspection of New Models respectfully solicited.—Meredith and Sons, Brecon. Ladies, if you would be wise I Score a point—economise, Take a tip and patronize 34, High Street.-EWART WISH. HOSPITAL: FOR FOUNTAIN PENS.—Any make Pen quickly and cheaply repaired.—A. Hughes and Son, Stationers. HARVEST BEER AT 2D. PER PINT in 9 and 18 gal. casks, delivere6 freO.-MEREDITH & SONS, STORES, BRECON. SOMERSETSHIRE ALES in bottle, bright and sparkling, 3/6 per dozen pints 2/9 per doz. reputed pints 2/- per doz. f-pte. Light Dinner Ale 3/- per doz. pints; 2/6 per doz. reputed pintS.-MFREDITH & SONS, STORES, ftBCON. LORD TREDEGAR'S SHOW.—Lord Tredegar has decided not to hold his agricultural show this year. DIVIDEND.—In the matter of Was. George Beale, grocer, of Bridge House, Brecon, the Official Receiver (Mr Ellis Owen), who was the trustee, has declared a first and final dividend of 28 5d in the £ on debts amounting to JE348 43 lid. The debtor has joined the Colours. MARRIAGE.—Yesterday (Wednesday) morn- ing an interesting marriage took place at St. David's Church between Lance-Corpl. E. F. Trioker, of the 24th Regt., S.W.B., and Miss Nellie Lewis, daughter of Mr George Lewis, Ogmore Vale (formerly of Brecon). The cere- mony was performed by the Rev. D. Saunders Jones (vicar). The bride, who was given away by Mr E. Lewis (brother), was attired in tussore silk, and wore a hat of coral silk to match. She was attended by two bridesmaids, Miss Florence Spurrier and Miss Dilys Mba- nion, both of Brecon. The groomsman was Corpl. Payne, of the S.W.B. The wedding breakfast took place at the bride's sister's resi- dence, 3 Masoti'a row. Mr and Mrs Tricker left by the 1.20 p.m. for Liverpool for the honeymoon. SPECIAL CONSTABLES.—A special appeal is to be made to the unmarried members of the County Constabulary to join the forces, and in order to enable the Acting Chief Constable to relieve them special constables are being en- rolled in the borough. Up to the present about thirty persons have signified their willingness to act. The work will be entirely night duty, and provided a sufficient number can be en- rolled, the beats will be done in couples. THH JOHN LLOYD BEQUEST.—On Tuesday morning a van-load of documents, etc., includ- ing the Maybery papers, which have been be. queatbed by the late Mr John Lloyd, London, to the borough and county of Brecon with the object of forming the nucleus of a library at Brecon, were brought to the town and placed in the building on the Bulwark lately occupied by the London City and Midlaud Bank. POLICH NEWS,—At the Police Court on Mon- day-before the Mayor (Councillor Evan Morgan), Messrs James Morgan, C. J. E. Large, H. C. Rich, and Dr. G. P. Francis-William Williams, Pendre, Brecon, was fined 9s., in- cluding costs, for being drunk on August 17th, and J. L. Williams, Mount street, was fined 7s, including costs, for being drunk and disorderly on the same evening.—P B. Hindmoor gave evidence in the first oase, and P.C. Newell in the second. PERSONAL.—Mr Trevor Francis, son of Dr. Francis of Brecon, who has been at the Front with the Qaeen's Own Oxfordshire Hnssars (Yeomanry) for many months, has the honour of serving in the great .1 F.E's regiment. Tuesday's "London Gazette" contained the intimation that Captain Temporary Major the Right Hon. Sir F. E. Smith, Queen's Own Oxfordshire Hussars, bad been been promoted a temporary lieutenant-colonel. CAPT. A. M. LLOYD'S PROGRESS.—His many friends at Brecon and in the Army will be glad to learn good news of Capt A M Lloyd, of the S.W.B., who until the outbreak of the war was stationed at Brecon as adjutant of the 1st Brecknocks (T. F.), and who was seriously wounded in France in December. Recently he has been staying at Llysdinam, Newbridge-on. Wye, and on Monday he was brought to Brecon by special train and taken to the Brecon Infirmary and placed under the X Rays. Dr Valentine Rees told a "County Times" reporter that the bones were setting remarkably well and that Capt Lloyd was improving much more than was expected. Although being wheeled about in an invalid carriage, Capt Lloyd appeared full of life and his brown face was all smiles as he was greeted by many of the inhabitants.

Former Chief Joins the Army.


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