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WANTED GENERAL SERVANT for country rectory, not under 90 country girl preferred.—Apply "G.J. "County Times," Brecon. WANTED, strong LAD about 14, as errand boy.—Apply Siddons," Brecon. WANTED respectable youth as APPREN- VV TICE to the Ironmongery and Seed Trade.—Meredith and Sons, Brecon. WANTED, APPRENTICES and IM- PROVERS to Millinery and Showroom.— E. and J. Kettle, 11, High Street, Brecon. WORKING MALTSTER WANTED. — Apply Thom&B Del&fieli, Abergavenny. WANTED MAN to work country grind mill and cart out cottage and garden found. —Lawrence, Whitney-on-Wye. WANTED, MANAGER, for the Builth Upper District Agricultural Co-operative Society, Ltd., Garth and Llanwrtyd Wells; salary, commission.—Apply, with references, stating age, not later than Thursday, August 26th, 1915, to C. F. Davies, Hafdre, Llanwrtyd Wells. For Sale and Wanted. CHEAPEST FARM in England on Sale, 82 C Acres Rich Land at bargain price. Also other Farms. Money found.—Goddard, Valuer, Hereford. DAIRYMEN.—Several freshly calved HEIF- ERS with their CALVES, FOR SALE.— To view apply to W. F-ughes, Buckland Home Farm, Bwlch. GALVANIZED CORRUGATED SHEETS, G light, 24ir.g. wide; 5ft., lOd.; 6ft., ls. each strong, 27ins. wide; 5ft., Is. 3d.; 6ft., 19.6d. each other sizes at proportionate prices all sound.— Butlers, Bell Works, Wolverhampton. HEREFORDSHIRE CIDER, made from t t best apples obtainable, in all sized casks.— Write for prices to T. J. Qaarrell, Paradise Fruit Farm, Marden, Hereford. PULLETS, March hatch, laying, 2s. 6d. each 29s. dozen, live delivery anywhere; list free.—The Hummell Poultry Farm, Stratford, Essex. SHORTHORN CALVES for roaring, from 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 P,28, without calf £ 25.— To view apply to W. Hughes, Buckland Home Farm, Bwlch. Lost and Found. STRAYED to Pontybatt Farm, YEARLING WETHER, spittle mark under right ear and point of left cut off. If not claimed within 14 days will be Bold and proceeds given to War Funds.—Apply, Howell Powell. Should send 2 stamps for our 3 2 pace Illustrated be** fl containing valuable Information Row all Irregularities M EVERY WOMAN and Suppressions may be entirely avoided or removed B bysimpie means. Recommended byeminent physicians H as the only Safe, Sure and Genuine Remedy. Never ■ Fails. Thousands ef Testimonials. Established 1S62 ■ t P. 6LACHARDcl:DtDtlston-lane, London E AS LONG AS BOYS ARE BOYS- r THEY WILL ALWAYS NEED OUR SUITS. It's useless to try and alter a boy's nature —it cannot be done. The only thing is to meet his needs. Our boys' suits are made with a knowledge of what a boy needs. The most economical way to dress a boy is to get him a well finished suit made from good serviceable material-in other words one of our suits. Don't pay much for it-again in other words just pay our price. We have all kinds of boys' clothes. Suits for rough and tumble and school wear. Rugby, Sailor and Fancy Suits. Odd garments and everything a boy needs to clothe him. Bring your Sonny in to our Shop, we will delight both you and him. We are Awaiting your Visit. 5 II11 iiiiifn innii H mi 0 the Monument 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. GARDEN. — Wanted in Breoon SMALL GARDEN, with Lawn central position. -Particulare to Horti, County Times," Brecon. HOUSE TO LET in Brecon, famished, 4, bedrooms, bath h. andc.—Apply "Linden," St. John's Road, Brecon. PRETTILY FURNISHED HOUSE, TO LET, in Brecon, from September central; 3 bed, 2 reception rooms, good kitchen, offices, etc. suit married couple or ladies; no plate or linen; rearonable rent.—Box "H" County Times, Brecon. ROOMS TO LET, with board or without; Bath h. and c..—Apply Box No. 57, "Times," Brecon. TO LET, at Michaelmas, a pleasantly situated SMALL VILLA, one mile from Devynock, containing 2 reception rooms, 5 bedrooms, usual offices, stable, and two gardens; 5 acres of land if required i moderate rent. Apply, Mrs Rees, Tylegarw, Sennybridge. TC LET from 29th September 14, BRIDGE STREET, BRECON seven rooms, bath h. and c., usual offices, outhouses and yards excellent sanitation.—Apply to Miss Philip Morgan, Brecon. TO LET—229 ACRES OF SHOOTING; good stock of Pheasants and Partridges.— ] Apply Powell, Maesllech, Beulah. TO LET, good COTTAGE in Brecon; low rent.—Apply J. R. Thomas, 17, Castle Street, Brecon. TO LET, 50 Acres Rich LAND, with good Homestead and Grist Mill, doing extremely profitable trade; low rent-Goddard, Land Agent, Hereford. MEMORIAL CARDS FOR SOLDIERS AND SAILORS.-We have had compiled, for the special purpose of cheap postal conveyance, a book of new samples of memorial cards, at low prices. Many of these have been specially designed for soldiers and sailors, and we shall be pleased to send the book on application. Miscellaneous. ADVICE FREE for Stamp.—Mrs B. Stewart's famous Female Remedy never fails.— Address, 9, Guinea Street, Bristol. BILLHEADS, Labels (Plain and Gummed). I Prioe Lists, and every other kind of Business Printing and Stationery.—" County I Times Office, Brecon. ( —————————————————————————— IMPORTANT BOON TO LADIES.-No Pills JL 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. IMPORTANT TO MOTHERS Every I mother who values the health and cleanliness of her child should use HARRISON'S «RELIABLE » NURSERY POMADE. One I application kills all Nits and Vermin, beautifies and strengthens the hair. In Tins, 41d. and 9d., postage, ld. Goo. W. Harrison, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agents-for Brecon F. L. Stanton, Chemist Hay J. L. Davies and Son, Chemists, 7, High Town Bnilth Wells J. Ward, Chemist, 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. —————————————————————————————— RATS, MICE, MOLES COCKROACHES, and BEETLES greedily eat Harrison's "Reliable" Rat Poison. Cats and Dogs wi.l not touch it. Vermin dry up and leave no smell. Prices 8d., Is., 28. 8d., and 3s. 9d. Wholesale Market, Bolton. Postage 2t?.—G W Harrison, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agents — for Brecon F. L. Stanton, Chemist; Hay: J L Dwir.s & Sons, Chemists, 7, High Town; Buiith Weils: J Ward, Chenaipt, 8, High Street; Talgarth: David EvanH, Grocer, Liverpool Stores; Llan. dovery T Roberts, The Crown iSi;cre«; Knighton: G M Perkins, Chemist Crick. howell W H Kirkland, Chemist. WALL PAPER «fc PICTURE DEPART- MENT.—Why send money out of town for any of these lines when you can get good material at TYLER'S, Bulwark, Brecon. Choice designs in Wall Papers from lid per piece. See Showroom of Sample Panels for wall decorations. A New Special Line in Pioture framed and unframed, now on view, as oheap aa can be bought anywhere, consistent with quality. I 206th Year of the SUN FIRE OFFICE FOUNDED 1710. The Oldest Insurance Office In the World. -mu fltfM from Policy dated Ira Insurances effected on the following risks, FIRE DAMAQE. Resultant Loss of Rent and Profits. Employers' Liability and Personal Accident. Workmen's Compensation Sickness and Disease, including Accidents to Fidelity Guarantee, Domestic Servants. Burglary, Plate Glass including Accidents to Fidelity Guarantee, Domestic Servants. Burglary, Plate Glass LOCAL AGICNTTS*: BRECON MR. DAVID POWELL ,mini LATIF J. THOMAS (bass) I General Draper, | 17, Castle St., Brecon. NEW STOCK NEW STOCK Specialities. Cheap and Stylish Millinery. Ladies' Tailor-made Costumes. and Up-to-date Ladies' Shirt Blouses. Latest SuitingB Fashionably-Cut Breeches made on the premises. Latest SuitingB Fashionably-Cat Breeches made on the premises. h m O.H.M.S. I ARMY SERVICE CORPS. I WANTED | for the above distinguished Corps for immediate service at the I Front, MOTOR DRIVERS (thoroughly experienced), BLACK- I SMITHS (good general), MOTOR FITTERS and TURNERS. I PAY 6s. PER DAY AND ALL ARMY ALLOWANCES. I An A.S.C.M.T. Officer will attend at the Recruiting Office, Brecon, on FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3rd, FROM 12 TO 4 P.M. to approve Candidates, who MUST BRING REFERENCES or CERTIFICATES of competence in their respective trades G. I. FORESTIER-WALKER, Major, Recruiting Officer. COUNTY OF BRECON. j MAINTENANCE OF LIVE STOCK ORDEB OF 1915. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following ORDER has beeu issued by the Board of Agriculture, whioh Order supersedes the Slaughter of Animals Order of 1915, Olld comes into operation on the 23rd August, 1915. HENRY F. W. HARRIES, County Hall, Brecon, Clerk of the Ooonty Council. 23rd August, 1915.
ORDER OF THE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE AND FISHERIES. (DATED 18TH AUGUST, 1915.) MAINTENANCE OF LITH STOCK ORDER OF 1915. The Board of Agriculture and Fisheries, by virtue and in exercise of the powers vested in them under the Maintenance of Live Stock Act, 1915, and for the purpose of maintaining a sufficient stock of cattle and swine, do hereby order as fdilows:- RESTRICTION OF SLAUGHTBR OF ANIMALS IN CALF OR IN-PIG. 1. An animal which is visibly or obviously in-calf or in-pig shall net be sloogbtered, or he caused or permitted by its owner to bo slaughtered.
RESTRICTION OF SLAUGHTER OF CALVES. 2.—(1) After the 30ih day of September, nineteen hundred and fifteen, urftil the Board shall by Order otherwise provide, and subject to the provisions of this Article, a calf, as defined by clause (5) of this Article shall not be slaughtered, or be caused or permitted by the owner thereof to be slaughtered. From the commencement of this Order until the said date this provision shall apply only to calves under the age of eight weeks. (2) This Article shall not apply to the slaughter of a calf of a cow of any of the following dairy breeds, that is to Bay:— Channel Island, Ayrshire, Kerry and Dexter breeds. (3) This Article shall also not apply to the slaughter of a calf which has been offered for sale by public auction at any market or sale- yard in England, Wales or Scotland, without reserve or subject to a reserve price of thirty shillings or less, and for which no bid exceeding thirty shillings has been made on such occa- sion but this provision shall have effect orly- (a) if the calf so offered for sale is before movement from tbe market or saleyard marked by, or under the direction of, the auctioneer in the manner prescribed by this Article; and (b) if such mark is on the calf at the time of slaughter. (4) The prescribed mark for the purposes of this Article shall be a broad arrow branded, in hot pitch or a mixture of hot pitch and tar, on the back of the oalf midway between the hips, the abaft and two barbs of the arrow to be a quarter of an inch in width, and the length of the shaft and of the barbs (outside measurement) to be two and a half inches. (5) For the purposes of this Article the expression calf means, except where other. wise expressly stated, a bovine animal in which the first permanent molar or grinder tooth is not cut and visible. EXCEPTIONS FROM RESTRICTIONS. 3. The restricticaa of s'aaghter imposed by the preceding Articles of this Order shall not apply to- (a) slaughter of an animal under the powers conferred by the Diseases of Animals Acts, 1894 to 1914, or any Order madd there. under or (b) slaughter of au animal necessary or desirable on account of accidental injury to the animal or its illness; or (o) slaughter of an animal if in the opinio" of the Board of Agriculture and Fisbefi0^ the slaughter is desirable for any exceptioD? reason or purpose, aud tbe slaughter 'J authorised by a licence granted by tb* Board or an officer of that Board. LOCAL AUTHORITIES AUTHORISED TO EXECUF* AND HNFORCE ORDER. 4—CD Tku kuul HUthority iorheplJrpoøe8 of the Diseases of Animals Acts, 1894 to 191" and the cxecotiva committee (if any) for lbooo purposes of such local authority, may execulo and enforce the provisions of this Order witbio the district of the local authority, and 001 expeusea so incurred by a local authority titH be defrayed as if they were expenses incurr under the said Aots. (2) The coanoil of a borough (including metropolitan borough) or urban or rural diatr>^ may execute and enforce the provisions of tft^ Ord er within tbe borongb or distiiot, and ft"? expenses so incurred may be defrayed as p*' of the expenses incurred by the council in execution of tbe Public Health Acts, or ft* Public Health (London) Aot, 1891 as the 0000 may be. (3) A council of a borough which is local authority for the purposes of the DiseaB00 of Animals Acts, 1894 to 1914, may defray *^5 expenBes under either of tbe powers confert0^ by this Article or partly under each powers the Council shall determine. POWERS OF ENTRY. 5. For the purpose of executing and eDfot ing this Order any officer of the Board Of Agriculture and Fisheries may, subject to aø directions given by that Board, and upo production, if so required, of his a.ppoiutmept, enter any slaughter-bouse or other premis09 on which animals are slaughtered for hatuso food, and examine any animals or oaroasaØ therein and any officer of a local authority f? which tbe preceding Article applies sb^*v subject to any directions given by tbe lo&t authority, have the like power of entry 'premises in the district of the local autbotlil in addition to any power of entry which he J otherwise entitled to exercise. APPLICATION OF ORDER. 6. This Order applies to England and WeIas, COMMENCEMENT. REVOCATION CF EXISTING ORDER. 7. Tbis Order shall come into operation °: the twenty-third day of August, ninetes" hundred and fifteen, aud on that date tb0 Slaughter of Animals Order of 1915 cease to operate, except in relation to prooeeo" ings far any offence oommitted before sof^ date, and any licence issued under that Ord0* shall have effeot as a licence granted und0 this Order. SHORT TITLB. 8. This Order may be cited as the MAIN'l'Ø!l' ANCE OF LIVE STOCK ORDER OF 1915. In witness whereof the Board of Agrieul&Lllo and Fisheries have hereunto 00 their Official Seal this eigbt' eenth day of August, ninotOlOo hundred and fifteen. SYDNEY OLIVIER, SBCRBTARt-
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