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Sales by Auction. By Messrs Price & Williains t Sept. 7tb.-Sale of Pedigree Ryeland Ram Lambs r, 'te Cattle Market. Brecon. °ept. 7th.—Sale of Live Stock, &c., at The rjCourt, Brecon. ^Pt. 18th—Important Sale of Live Stock, <fec., at S regunter Farm, Talgarth. t. 21—Important Sale of Live Stock, Imple- j, Dientp, <fec., at. Llyngheren, Taffechan eF- 24th. — Sale of Freehold Farms in recorisbire at the Castle Hotel, Brecon. Et. th.-Sale of Live Stock, Crops, &c., at jBedwlwyn Farm, Cray. ct. 6th.—Sale of Farm Stock, Implements, Ac 'kc., at Lower Genffordd Farm, Talgarth. tHE COURT FARM, BRECON. Within Ten Minutes' walk from the centre of the Town. Highly Important Sale of 7ft CROSS-RYELAND, SHROP- OU CCD & U SHIRE AND RADNOR OnCCr, I 20 HEREFORD, SHORTHORN AND I JERSEY CATTLE, » 2 HORSES, PIGS, POULTRY, IMPLE- <1 MENTS, &c. 0 r TV/fESSRS. DAVID PRICE (F.A.I.) AND WILLIAMS have been favoured with it Junctions from Mr J. H. Rosser, to Se' by Action, as above, On TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER the 7th, 1 15 it (Brecon Fair Day), as follows:- jf young Radnor- and Ryeland f jv^s, 21 theave lambs, 1 pedigree two-year-old ?yelacd ram (bred by Mr Jones, Lower House), ^yearling Shropshire ram (bred by Mr M :>rgan, j °Otwilym). J >-CATTLE.—6 dairy cows (Shorthorn and raey crosses) with calves at foot, 1 ditto in milk t J^d in calf, 1 fat cow, 2 well-bred Hereford 1 infers with calves at foot, 2 Shorthorn yearling lifers. fiORSES.—1 t iree-years-old cart mare (good I ^?r^er *n gears)> 1 five-years-old Mountain t (supposed to be in foal), 1 yearling Mountain h POny. PIGS.—-l young sow, 2 store pigs. POULTRY. U2 IMPLEMENTS.—Cart, gambo, tipping do., Rowing machine, tedder, horse gear, cake crusher, ?r?JP cotter, tnrnip drill, ploughs, harrows, l aiQ harrow, sheep racks, feeding trough, pigs (i ;r°Bgb, weighing machine and weights, heel rake, » tate8, pikles, garden seat, roller, BAIRY UTENSILS.—1 end-over-end churn, utter worker, milk pans, &c. J a HARNESS.—2 pairs shaft harness, 1 long tack, 8-o. do., 3 collars and bridles. j 20 GRASS LETTING.-There will be about S1 acres of grass let from day of Sale to 30th November, 1915. i.^hree months' credit on sums above £ 10, or *8count for cash at the rate of 5 per cent, per Luncheon at 11-30 a.m. Sale to commence at 1-30 p.m. ^Uininary. Tregunter Farm, About half-a-mile from Talgarth Station. Most Important Dispersal Sale of jJ02 Pedigree Bred Hereford Cattle, 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. J^rther particulars will appear next week. | ^'slitoinary. Llyngeren Farm, Pontsticill (close to the Pontsticill B. & M. Rly. Station). Highly Important Sale of 300 Grand Mountain Sheep, u.Hereford and Cross-bred CATTLE, CART and FOAL, IMPLEMENTS, DAIRY •^NSILS, ,&C., &C. On TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21st, 1915. Messrs. D. Price (F.A.I.) and Williams, Auctioneers, &c., Brecon. rther particulars will appear next week. BRECONSHIRE. Important Sale of Valuable FREEHOLD FARMS. \|ESSRS. DAVID PRICE (F.A.I.) AND A J*- WILLIAMS will offer for Sale by Public Qction, at the CASTLE HOTEL, BRECON, On FRIDAY, 24th SEPTEMBER, 1915, >>Ap.m., subject to Conditions of Sale to be then jjP^Qced, the following valuable FREEHOLD ?5«MS known as ^WER GENFFORDD and BLAENAU." I^jot l._« LOWER GENFFORDD," con- by admeasurement 83 Acres, 1 Rood, torches or thereabouts, of excellent Meadow, attire and Arable Land. t 2.-BLAENAU FARM, containing by Measurement 28 Acres, 1 Rood, 29 perches of do\ and Pasture Land. e above are very desirable Holdings with j^ble and convenient buildings and adjoin the CJ*1 toad leading from Talgarth to Crickhowell, 2 J? distant from Talgarth 1| miles. Farms are held by Mr William Prytherch annual tenancy expir ing 2nd February, 1916. farther particulars apply to the Auc- tors» B"lwark< Brecon, or Messrs. Jeffreys w5°well, Solicitors, Brecon. RAPHAELS ALMANACK FOR 1916 Dowestio Guide, Birthday Information, Hints to "UtQ^*8 *nd Gardeners, Horoscopes of all CrownedHeads of w,and Predictions concerning the progress and probable JURATION OF THE WAR to-day from your Bookseller, or post free 7d from ALWAYS GOOD ALIKE." FOR ECONOMY. NLL WEIGHT Sales by Auction. By Messrs Miller & Powell (F.A.I.) Sejot. 7th.—Sale of Breeding Ewes and Fat Stock at the Cattle Market, Brecon. Sept. 10th—Sate of Freehold Property at Talgarth. Sept. 16th.-Dispersal Sale of Stock and Imple- ments, at Bryndn, 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, Brecoo. Sept. 22nd.—Annual Draft Stock Sale, at Nantyr- barn, Cray. Sept. 23rd.-Dispersal Sale of Stock and Imple- ments, at Maescar, Sennybridge. Sept. 25th.-Dispereal Sale of Stock and Imple- ments, at Cilmanharen, Garthbrengy. Sept. 27th.—Annual Draft Stock Sale, at Llwyn- cyntefin Park, Sennybridge. Sept. 29th.—Dispersal Sale of Stock, Implements, &P, at Slwch .rm, near Brecon. Sept. 30th.—DispL il Sale of Stock, Implements, &c., at Vunglas, Tui-^hddu. Oct. 5th.-Sale of Raii-.4 and Fat Stock, at the Cattle Market, Brecon. Oct. 6th.—Dispersal Sale of Stock and Implements at Penybont, Upper Chapel. October 7th—Dispersal Sale of Stock and Im- plements, at Llwynhir, Cray. —— Sale of Household Furniture in Brecon —— Important Sale of Freehold Property situated in the Borough of Brecon. The Cattle Market, Brecon. SEPTEMBER FAIR DAY (Sept. 7th, 1915.) Sale of Four Hereford Cows with calves at foot, 3 two years old heifers, 3 yearling steers, 1 yearling heifer, 4 fat steers, 10 fat maiden heifers. A grand lot of breeding ewes, one, two and three years old, and a number of fat lambs and wethers. Sale at 9 o'clock. Miller, Powell and Co., Auctioneers. Talachddu Eyelands. Sale of Shearling Rams and Lamb Rams from the well-known Talachddu prize-winning flock of Ryelands, at the CATTLE MARKET, BRECON, on TUESDAY NEXT (Fair day) at 11-30 a.m. Miller, Powell and Co., Auctioneers. NEUADDFELEN, TALGARTH. Stile 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, at 2-30 p.m., that most Desirable Residence, known as NEUADDFELEN, situate in the centre of the town of Talgarth, with about 5:1 4 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- 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 spacious 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. BRYNDU FARM, BRONLLYS, TALGARTH. Distant 2 Miles from Talgarth and Boughrood Stations, and 3 Miles from Three Cocks Station. Highly Important Sale of 387 Gross-Shropshire SHEEP, 72 Head of HEREFORD AND SHORTHORN CATTLE, and 8 SHIRE HORSES and COLTS. MESSRS. MILLER, POWELL & Co. (F.A.I.) have received instructions from Mr Thomas Price (who is leaving the farm) to Sell by Public Auction at the above plaoe on THURSDAY, the 16th of SEPTEMBER, the whole of the LIVE STOCK as follows: SHEEP.—117 handsome Shropshire ewes two and three years old, 106 excellent shorn wether lambs (in forward conditipn), 95 grand shorn theave lambs, 56 Welsh ewes, 8 pure-bred Shrop- shire rams, and 5 do. Ryeland rams. CATTLE.—19 cows in calf and with calves at foot, 1 cross Jersey cow in full milk, 7 two-year- old heifers in calf, 2 do. barren, 9 yearling heifers, 9 yearling steers, 2 weaned calves, 3 fat cows, and a pedigree-bred yearling Hereford Bull. HORSES.—1 grand Shire mare, 9 years old, stinted to Tatton Laird; Shire gelding rising three years, excellent worker in all gears 2 three- half-year-old Shire fillies 2 suckers cob mare rising 4 years old, quiet in harness and under saddle; pony mare rising 3 years, broken to saddle. Luncheon at 12 o'clock. Sale to commence at 1-30 to the minute. Three months' credit on approved security for sums above £ 10, or the usual discount for cash. N.B.—The Auctioneers have much pleasure in calling the attention of farmers, graziers and butchers to the above Sale of Stock as rarely is such a flook of sheep offered for public compe- tition. The ewes are young and sound and, the lambs are of great scale and in the pink of condition. The cattle are well bred and some of the dairy cows have been bred specially for dairy purposes and are now in full milk. The horses are excellent workers and believed to be quite sound. Educational, PRIVATE TUITION. MR. W. P. J. LEBROCQ, M.A., F.L.S., F.R. Met. Soc. (Honours, Christ's College, Cam.) PREPARES PUPILS for Commissions in the JL Army and Navy, and for Law, Medioal, Civil Servioe and other Entrance Examinations Private lessons in Botany, practical Botany with use of Mioroscope, Mathematics-, French, Nature Study, eto. CASTLE HOUSE, BRECON. SeHOOla FOR GIRbS Also PREPARATORY FOR BOYS Principal MISS KING. School will re-open THURSDAY. SEPT. 16th. Sales by Auction, By Messrs. Miller, Powell & Co. (F.A.I.) SENNY BRIDGE I (close to Defynock Railway Station). 2,280 Sheep, 47 Cattle, 3 Cart Mares. The Annual Ba!e of I Forest Lodge Draft Stock (the property of Mr W. S. Miller) will be held at SENNYBRIDGE, on MONDAY, 20th SEPTEMBER, 1915. SHEEP.-20 pare-bred Shropshire, Ryeland and Kerry rams 60 excellent Cheviot and cross- j Cheviot and Cardie rams 1000 strong store ewes i (Shropshire, Ryeland, Kerry, Cheviot and cross Cheviot and Welsh), about 400 of these are one, I two and three-year-old ewes, raddled on head 100 two-year-old wethers and 500 tbree-year-old ditto 300 ewe lambs (Kerry, cross-Kerry. Cheviot and cross-Cheviot) 300 wether lambs ditto. CATTLE.-30 grand dairy heifers (Shorthorn, cross-Jersey and Ayrshire), most of, which are to calve from August to Christmas, 1915 twn Hereford cows and calves one two-year-old well- bred Hereford bull 14 good barren Shorthorn heifers, mostly fat. HORSES.—Grand shire mare, "Bounce," nine years old, a perfeot worker and believed to be I sound black mare, 11 years, an excellent worker one most promising two-year-old cart mare and an excellent worker. I Three months' credit on approved security for sums over £10. Discount at the rate of five per I cent. per annum. Lunch at 11. Sale at 12-30, beginning with Rams. Brakes will leave Llandovery Station at 10 a.m. I to 10-30, and return after the Sale. For the convenience of purchasers from Monmouth [ and Glamorgan, a train will leave Senny Bridge for Brecon in' the afternoon to meet the 5-10 p.m. Brecon and Merthyr train. Forest Lodge, Brecon, Sept. let, 1915. By Cooke Bros. & Roberts. MONTGOMERYSHIRE. ANNUAL SALES OF KERRY HILL AND CROSS-BRED SHEEP (direct from the Breeders). FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER roth, At KERRY, near Newtown. 7cnil Hardy Kerry Hill Sheep, Young Stock |UUU Ewes, Wethers, Lambs and Rams. This Sale affords an excellent opportunit y of obtaining sound and improving Ewes, strong and hardy lambs and rams of the highest merit from the principal Flockmasters of the District. FR IDAY, SEPTEMBER 17th, At LLANIDLOES. 2cnn Sound and Improving Cross-bred ,9UU EWES. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21st, At PANTYDWR, Radnorshire. Annual M HAD Kerry Hill and Cross-bred Sale of *»|UUU EWES. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1st, at Llanidloes. Q flAA Strong Welsh and Cross-bred "i" EWES. Catalogues and full particulars on application to COOKE BROS. & ROBERTS, Auctioneers, Newtown, Mid-Wales. By Messrs. Stepheoson and Alexander. I COUNTY OF BRECON. I PARISH OF LLANGATTOCK. Six Miles from the Town of Abergavenny, and adjoining the Village of Crickhowell. Valuable FREEHOLD FARMS, ACCOMMODATION LANDS, COTTAGES AND GARDENS, AND FREEHOLD RESIDENCE. The Llangattook Court Estate A. R. P. 329 0 5 (or thereabouts). MESSRS. STEPHENSON AND ALEX- ANDER (F.A.I.) are instructed to Sell by Auction, at the ANGEL HOTEL, ABER- GAVENNY, on TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28th, 1915, at Three o'clock in the afternoon, immediately following the sale 6f the Kemeys Tynte Estate, this Desirable FREEHOLD ESTATE, comprising a total area of 329a. Or. 5p. (or thereabouts), and which, for the purposes of Sale, has been divided into the following Lots :— a. r. p. Pencelli Farm, Llangattock 132 0 35 Accommodation Land, Llangattock 3 1 19 Village Farm, do. 128 1 26 Llangattock Court, do. 5 04 Court Farm, do. 33 1 19 Aecommodation Land, do. 6 1 39 Pasture Field, do. 0 3 6 Derwen Cottage & Garden do. 0 0 12 Accommodation Land, do. 4 3 17 Reotory Cottage, do. 0 12 Accommodation Land, do. 14 0 26 Further Particulars and Plana, Particulars, and Conditions of Sale may be obtained upon application to Penry Lloyd, Esq., Canon Ffrome Estate Olfioe, Ledbury; Messrs. Jeffreys and Powell, Solicitors, Brecon; or to the Auctioneers, 5, High Street, Cardiff. By Mr. T.. J. Phillips. Sept. 7—Sale of Ewes, Rams, Fat and Store Stock, Brecon Cattle Market. Sept. 18th—Pantygaer, Illtyd, Ewes and Lambs, Furniture, etc. Sept. 21-Talybont Fair, Sale of Ewes, Rams and Fat Stock. Sept.—Ynysderw Farm, Crynant, Live Stock. Tuesday, Oct. 5th.—Foal Show and Sale at Brecon Market. MR. T. J. PHILLIPS will Sell at BRECON CATTLE MARKET, on • TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7th, EWES, RAMS, and FAT and STORE STOCK. Further Entries solicited. A Prize of Half-a-Guinea will be awarded the Best Fat Beast. ———- By Mr. G. V. Price. CATTLE MARKET, BUILTH WELLS. j MR. G. V. PRICE will on MONDAY, OCT. 4th, 1915, conduct Mr John Jones Hope Llwynderw Hall, Llanwrtyd Wells, Annual Draft Sale of 800 Welsh Mountain Sheep at the above Cattle Market. I Sales by Auction. I ¡ W. J. PRICE, AUCTIONEER AND VALUER, (Upper Pontwillim, Brecon), Wishes to inform the Pablic that he has Started Business in Brecon, as an Auctioneer and Valuer, and be hopes by strict attention to Business and prompt settlements to obtain a fair share of the PUBLIC PATRONAGE. -=- By Mr. W. J. Price. ';th Sept.—Brecon Market, Sale of Fat Stock, Breeding Ewes and Rams. 34th 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, J Breeding Ewes and Rams. 28th Sept.—Garth, Abercrave, Sale of Live Stock. 30th Sept.-Beily Richard, Merthyr Cynog, Sale of Live Stock, Implements, Harness, &c. 5th Oct. -Breco!: Market, Fat and Store Stock. 12th Oct.—Sennybridge, Show and Sale of Shire and other Colts. CATTLE MARKET, BRECON. SEPTEMBER 7th, 1915. MR. W. J. PRICE will Sell FAT & STORE STOCK, also BREEDING EWES AND RAMS. Further iDntries solicited. Offices: 40. High Street, Brecon. CATTLE MARKET, BRECON. Patriotic Jumble Sale. SEPTEMBER 7th, 1915. MR. W. J. PRICE will offer for Sale, on behalf of the Upper Chapel Branch'of the Brecon and Radnor Farmers' Union, a varied Collection of FARM STOCK, in aid of the War Funds. 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 MONDAY, the 13th SEPTEMBER, and WEDNESDAY, the 15th SEPTEMBER, 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. E. LICH FI ELD (Late Hannah Price), Fishmonger & Game Dealer CASTLE STREET, BRECON. Frean Fiah Twice Daily. Agent for Palethorpe's Royal Cambridge Sausage. 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Dress & Costume Making THOMAS & ADCOCKFS DRESSMAKING DEPARTMENT is under New and Efficient Management. SPECIAL ATTENTIO GIVEN TO lOUT, FIT AND FINISH. A TRIAL ORDER RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. Thomas and Adcock, —— BRECON. —— Sales by Auction. By fcr 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, Doretone. 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. 29th—Farming Stock, at Glasnant, Bryn- gwyn. Sept 20.-Saie of Live and Dead Farming Stock, Middle Qogia, Llowes. Oct. 7th.-Sale of Live and Dead Farming Stock, Wernfawr, Clyro. Oct. 13th—Annual Foal Show and Sale at Taigarth (Fair Day). TALGARTH FAIR, SEPT. 3rd, 1915. Sale of Ewes, Lambs, Rams, &c. Present entries include about 300 store ewes. Further 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 clo?e Saturday, Sept. 4th, 1915. Sale at 11-30 prompt. The Cottage, Talgarth. SWAN HOTEL, HAY. Important and Attractive Sale of 160 Cross-Bred Sheep, 2Q Hereford and Cross-Bred CATTLE, &c. 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 cross- bred ewes, 96 theava 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 full profit, five Hereford heifers in calf, two three-half- yea.r-old steers. HORSES.—Three-year-old mare by "Red Poppy." RALLI CAR. 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 Auction, on TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14tb, 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 turnip 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 benoh, Back 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 aores STRAW to be consumed on the premises 2l 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. GLANNANT FOREST, TALGARTH. Important and Attractive Sale of 546 RADNOR AND CROSS-BRED SHEEP, 18 Hereford and Cross-bred Cattle, 24 Horses, Ponies and Colts, Implements, &c. MR. FRANCIS GEO. PRICE is favoured with instructions from the Executors of the late Mr David Edwards, to Sell by Auction, on FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17th, 1915. Four months' oredit on approved security on sums above £ 10. Luncheon at 11-30. Sale at 1 prompt. Full particulars next week. The Cottage, Talgarth. MIDDLE GOGIA, LLOWES. Important and Attractive Sale of 128 RADNOR AND CROSS-BRED SHEEP, 7 Hereford any Cross-bred Cattle, 11 Horses, Ponies and Colts, Implements, and about 30 Acres of Grass Keep. MR. FRANCIS GEO. PRICE is favoured with instructions from Mr Thomas Probert, to Sell by Public Auction, on MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 20th, 1915. Six months' oredit on approved security on sums above £ 10. Luncheon at 12. Sale at 1-30 prompt. Full particulars will appear next week. The Cottage, Talgarth. Public Notices. BRECKNOCK UNION. TENDERS FOR PROVISIONS, CLOTHING, NECESSARIES, &c. PERSONS desirous of CONTRACTING for J[. the supply of any of the following Articles from 1st October, 1915, to 31st March, 1916, are requested to send SEALED TENDERS onj the authorised Form to me at or before 10 o'clock a.m., on FRIDAY, the 10th day of SE PTEMBER, 1915, namely:— Meat Fish Coal Garden Manure Bread Clothing Firewood Prints Flour Drapery Oil Printing Groceries Boots Coffins Milk Drugs Ironmoagery The above Articles must be dblivered at the Workhouse, Brecon (excepting each as shall be supplied to the Out-door Paupers upon orders from the Relieving Officers), free of expense, at such times and in such quantities as the Board directs. The Contractore 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. Patterns and samples (of such as can ba sent) to be produoed at the BOARD ROOM, LION STREET, BRECON, at the above-mentioned time. No Tender will be considered unless mada 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, 31st August, 1915. Reverend Rice Powell's or Booghrood Charity. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the ANNUAL MEETING of the Trustees of the above-named Charity will be held at the CHURCH HOUSE, in LION STREET. BRECON, on TUESDAY. the 28sh day of SEPTEMBER next, at 11-30 o'clock iu 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 whioh 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 satisfaotory results. By Order, GEORGE TUDOR, Brecon, Solicitor to the Trustees. 20th August, 1915. CRICKHOWELL UNION. TENDERS FOR SUPPLIES. PERSONS desirous of CONTRACTING for the supply of Groceries, Flour, Meat, Boots, Coal, Cordwood, for the Conveyance of Poor Persons, the Furnishing of Funerals, for the supply of Clothing and other Articles, from the 1st October, 1915, to the 31st December, *1915, are requested to send sealed Tenders to me at the TOWN HALL, CRICKHOWELL, on or before 10 a.m. on the 25th SEPTEMBER, 1915. Goods must be delivered at the Workhouse, Llangattock, Crickhowell (except such as shall be supplied to the out-door poor upon orders from the Relieving Officers) free from 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 the quarter. The Board do not pledge themselves to accept the lowest or any tender. Patterns and samples (of such as can be sent) to be produced at the Board Room, Town Hall, Crickhowell, at the above-mentioned time. No Tender will be considered unless made on the authorised form (whioh may be obtained from the undersigned) duly signed by the person tendering and attested. By Order, THOS. VAUGHAN, Clerk to the Guardians. Union Offices, Town Hall, Crickhowell, 4- 31st August, 1915. Brecon and Radnor Asylum, TALGARTH, BRECONSHIRE. THE VISITING COMMITTEE of this Asylum are prepared to receive TENDERS for the supply of any of the following articles during the period stated, viz. PROVISIONS, FLOUR, MARGARINE, BUTCHER'S MEAT, for Three Months from the 1st day of October next. GROCERIES, NECESSARIES, IRON- MONGERY. and HOUSE COAL, for six months from the 1st day of October next. Samples of Flour must not be less than 3 lbs. Tenders, accompanied by samples of all Artioles that will admit thereof, to be sent to the Asylum not later than 10 o'olock on the morning of Monday, the 20th day of September, and superscribed Tender for as the (ase may be. Forms of Tender will be supplied on application to the undersigned. The Visiting Committee do not bind them- selves to accept the lowest or any tender. A. J. ASTBURY, Clerk to the Visiting Committee. ALFRED OUARRELU FFORIST, FRUITERER, AND SEEDSMAN ALL KINDS OF GARDEN REQUISITES KEPT IN STOCK. FRESH CUT FLOWERS DAILYi Wreaths, Crosses, &c., at ShortestjNotiee. FERNS AND POT PLANTS a Speciality. 3 & 4, HIGH STREET, BRECON. Telephone: 74. v