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Sales by Auction. _u" < By Messrs Price & Williams F' A BRECONSHIRE. Important Sale of Valuable FREEHOLD FARMS. MESSRS. DAVID PRICE (F.A.I.) AND WILLIAMS will offer for Bale by Public Auction, at the CASTLE HOTEL, BRECON, A On FRIDAY, 24th SEPTEMBER, 1915, Ot 3 p.m., subject to Conditions of Sale to be then produced, the following valuable FREEHOLD FARMS known as I LOWER GENFFORDD and 11 BLAENAU." Lot I. LOWEli, GENFFORDD," con- taining by admeasurement 83 Acres, 1 Rood, 22 Perches or thereabouts, of excellent Meadow, I ^aBture and Arable Land. Lot 2.—BLAENAU FARM, containing by admeasurement 28 Acres, 1 Rood, 29 perches of Meadow and Pasture Land. The above are very desirable Holdings with Citable and convenient buildings and adjoin the tnain road leading from Talgarth to Crickhowell. Ifcd distant from Talgarth 11 miles. The Farms are held by Mr William Prytberch On an annual tenancy expiring 2nd February, 1916. I For further particulars apply to the Auc- B' tioneers. Bulwark, Brecon, or Messrs. Jeffreys I and Powell, Solicitors, Brecon. ft BED WLWYN, FARM, H. CRAY (about a mile-and-half from Cray Station, Neath and Brecon Railway). Highly Important Sale of ■ 1lJi HEREFORD CATTLE, fp 96 Cross-Cheviot and Radnor SHEEP, 5 HORSES, PIGS, CROPS, &c., &c. MESSRS. DAVID PRICE (f.A.I.) AND WILLIAMS have been favoured with instructions from Mr James Jones, who is leaving, *° Sell by Public Auction, On SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25th, 1915, as follows HEREFORD CATTLE.—6 milking cows, 1 Yearling heifer, and 7 calves. SHEEP.-67 cross-Cheviot and Radnor ewes I (between two and four-year-old), 27 ewe lambs, 1 Iwo-year-old ram, 1 lamb ram. HORSES.—1 four- ear-old dark bay cart mare, aged block mare with her colt at foot, 1 small S Pony (quiet to ride) and filly. ■ PIGS.-3 fat bacon pigE. Br. CROPS.—Oats and barley off eight acres, hay Mf Off five acres, and clover off two-and-a-half acres. Six months' credit on earns above A5, or dis- CoUnt for cash at the rate of 5 per cent. per 41anurn. ^Echeon at 11 a.m. Sale to commence at 1 p.m. ^OWKK GENFFORDD FARM, about li miles from the Town of Talgarth. Highly Important Sale of 15 Hereford and Cross-Bred Cattle, 155 Cross-Radnor and Lowland SHEEP, 5 HORSES, IMPLEMENTS, CROPS, GRASS LETTING, &c. MESSRS. DAYID PRICE (F.A.i.) and WILLIAMS have been favoured with ^ructions from Mr W. Prytherch to Sell by Qblic Auction, on WEDNESDAY, 6th OCTOBER, 1915, follows:— OATTLE.-Three. cows with calves at foot, *66 cows in full milk, two yearling heifers, one "fcrling steer, three weaned calves'. u SHEEP.—75 Black-faced and Radnor ewes, 50 ea.Ve lambs, 30 wetber lambs, 1 ram. 0 WORSES.—1 S)' ve-year-old cart mare in foa 1 Wfl aSed mare *n an<^ colt, one five-year P°Qy (about 14| hands high) with colt and in p IMPLEMENTS.-One oart, one gambo, one J /^abridge roller, one plongh, one Bcnffler, fibber, mooter horse-power, horse rake, tedder, rawing machine with reaper combined, chaff- k^ter, drill, shaft harness, two long tack, one jj** g.o. tack, collars and bridles, gent's saddle, piklee, &c.t &c. crops. —Oats off five acres, barley off two re8, wheat off three acres, and hay off about ten 1t>*es be Bold in lots to consumed the premises, for which snitable arrangements be made. The crops have had an excellent Also three acres of turnips. ft GRASS LETTING.—The grass will be let °tn the day of sale up to the 2nd February, 1916. fc^hree months' credit on sums over £ 5 or fc^ount for cash at the rate of five per cent, per ^otn. luncheon at 11 a.m. Sale to commence at prompt. LLANIGON, NEAR HAY. Sale of Valuable FREEHOLD RESIDENTIAL FARM. MESSRS. DAVID PRICE (F.A.I.) AND WILLIAMS have received instructions tL^Lthe Trustees to offer for Sale by Auction, at CROWN HOTEL, HAY, on tItBDAY, the 14th day of OCTOBER, 1915, mi °' clock the afternoon, in two Lots, unless I et^ise d'eoided at the Auction, subject to Con-. r ditions of Sale to be then produced, All that very desirable Freehold Farm Of £ ed in the Parish of Llanigon, in the County 56Q.^econ, called MAESYGARN" (altitude 0^ containing 125 Acres or thereabouts, in the Jwtion of Mr. Joseph Price. house is capable of making a charm- ^8 for any gentleman desirous of farm- eBtate- i-B well built, is beauti- 8^nated, with good aspect, and extensive C of the Wye Valley. JW* land is sound and productive, mostly 44d e, with a good orchard of choice fruit trees, t'b ell adapted for rearing stock. tap ? homestead comprises hack and colt stables, Dse> carfc stable and hay lofts over, cow calves' cot, large barn, granary, cart Pi ga cots, &c. t°HjV>r°Perfcy is adjacent to the highway leading N f-Iga.rth to Hay, is 3 miles from the market 4!, Hay- and 2 miles from Glasbury Station. supply by gravitation from a never Bpring on the property is laid on to the *Wm yard, and two fields near the honse. possession will be given at Candlemas. All that Freehold Cottage and Garden ^ORDDLAS," adjoining Lot 1, and same parish, containing four good joi^- c°topriaing 22 perches or thereabouts and ^Qt § lhe highway to Hay, let with Lot 1. Qt¡ll\.rel\ve to view, and for plans and sale par- h aPP5y to Mr James Gunter, Land Agent, y, Hereford, the Auctioneers,^Bulwark, Q' or to MR. E. L. WALLIS, Solicitor.1 j, Hereford, and Knighton, Radnorshire. >, ,A Sales by Auction. By Messrs. Price and Williams. Sept. 24th. Sale of Freehold Farms in Breconshire at the Castle Hotel, Brecon. Sept. 25tb.-Sale of Live Stock, Crops, &c., at Bedwlwyn Farm, Cray. Oct. 6th.—Sale of Farm Stock, Implements, &c &c., at Lower Genffordd Farm, Taigarth. Oct. 14th.—Sale of Freehold Farm, at the Crown Hotel, Hay. ALL KINDS OF INSURANCES EFFECTED. CLAIMS PROMPTLY SETTLED. Agent for Several First-Class Companies. W. WILLIAMS, Accountant, Insurance, and General Agent, SENNYBRIDGE and 6, BULWARK, BRECON. 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 hopee by strict attention to Business and prompt settlements to obtain a fair share of the PUBLIC PATRONAGE. By Mr. W. J. Price. 30th Sept.-Beily Richard, Merthyr Cynog, Sale of Live Stock, Implementi, Harness, &c. 28th Sept. -Sennybridge Auction Mart, Fat Stock, &c. 5th Oct.—Brecon Market, Fat Stock, Breeding Ewes and Rams. 21st Oct.—Sennybridge, Show and Sale of Foals and other Horses. Short Notice of Sale. ASSEMBLY ROOMS, WELLINGTON HOTEL, BRECON. Sale of Antique and Modern HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, &c MR. W. J. PRICE has received instructions to Sell by Public Auction at the above place, on FRIDAY NEXT, the 24th SEPTEMBER, at 2 o'clock prompt, the following :— A hmdsome mahogany sideboard 6ft. 6ins., h-dlr; anrl crents' upholstered chairs, Rosewood fire screen, Jacobean carved oak chair, mahogany dining room table, panelled oak sideboard with mirror, chest of drawers, mahogany couch, gent's mahogany chair, hair-seated mahogany dining room chairs, oak corner cupboard, antique oak chairs, candelabras with lustres, cut glass, Bohemian stands and dishes, Dresden boudoir glass, lady's filigree inkstand, out crystal duplex lamps, old English outglass water jug and goblets, oak stationery cabinet, golden pheasant in glass case, partridges in oak case, adjustable oak reading stand, hair mattress, mahogany bidet, oil painting (rural scenery), deal table, iron bedsteads, mahogany side table, and a quantity of very useful kitchen furniture and cooking utensils, &c. Goods on view morning of Sale. Terms cash. The Auctioneer desires to state that the above Furniture is excellent, both in quality and preservation. Office 40, High Street, Brecon. 17th Sept., 1915. Sennybridge Auction Mart. SEPTEMBER 28th, 1915. MR. W. J. PRICE will sell FAT & STORE STOCK also BREEDING EWES and LAMBS. Further entries solicited. Offices: 40, High Street, Brecon. J By Messrs. Stephensoo and Alexander. COUNTY OF BRECON. PARISH OF LLANGATTOCK, Six Miles from the Town of Abergavenny, and adjoining the Town of Crickhowell. Valuable FREEHOLD FARMS, ACCOMMODATION LANDS, COTTAGES AND GARDENS, AND FREEHOLD RESIDENCE. The Llangattock 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 of 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. Penkille Farm, Llangattock 132 0 35 Accommodation Land, Llangattock 3 1 19 Village Farm, do. 135 3 35 Llangattock Court, do. 5 0 4 Court Farm, do. 33 1 19 Accommodation Land, do. 6 1 39 Pasture Field, do. 0 3 6 Derwen Cottage & Garden do. 0 0 12 Accommodation Land, do. 4 3 17 Rectory Cottage, do. 0 12 Accommodation Land, do. 14 0 26 Further Particulars and Plans, Particulars, and Conditions of Sale may be obtained upon application to Penry Lloyd, Esq., Canon Ffrome Estate Offioe, Ledbury; Messrs. Jeffreys and Powell, Solicitors, Brecon; or to the Auction eera, 5, High Street, Cardiff. By Mr. G. V. Price. CATTLE MARKET, BUILTH WELLS. 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. .7K3EZE2o BLANCHARDS PILLS Are unrivalled for all Irregularities, &c., they speedily afford relief and never fml to aL jviate all suffermg. They supersede Pennyroyal, P'-l Coehia, Bitter Apple, &c. "BLANCHARD'S are the Best of all Pills for Women." Sold in boxes, l/1, by ROOTS' Branches, TAYLOR'S DH'ÿG Co Branches, and all Chemists, or post free, ea'ae price, from IESLIE MARTYN, LTD, CHEMISTS, 34, DALSIM LANE, LONDON røe Sample and valuable Booklet, pop. free, 1/1" stamp. Sales by Auction. By Messrs Miller & Powell (FJU.) Sept. 25th.-Dispersal Sale of Stock and Imple- naents, at Cilmanharen, Garthbrengy. Sept. 28th.—Dispersal Sale of Stock, Implements, j <&c., at Vunglas, Talachddu. Sept. 29th.-Dispersal Sale of Stock, Implements, < &c., at Slwch Farm, near Brecon. Sept. 30th.—Dispersal Sale of Stock, &c., at The Rectory, Talachddu. Oct. 1st.—Dispersal Sale of Stock at Erwood Hall, Erwood. Oct. 4th.— Annual Draft Stock Sale, at Llwyo- I cyntefin Park, Sennybridge. I Oct. 5th.-Sale of Rams 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. Friday, Oct. 15th.-Sale of 700 Sheep at the Cattle Market, Brecon. Sale of Household Furniture in Brecon —— Important Sale of Freehold Property situated in the Borough of Brecon. CILMANHAREN FARM. Highly Attractive Sale of 210 Radnor & Gross-Shropshire Sheep, 33 HEREFORD & DAIRY CATTLE, 2 HORSES, PIGS, IMPLEMENTS, &c. MESSRS. MILLER,POWELL & Co. (F.A.I.) have received instructions from Mr Thomas Probert, who is retiring, to Sell by Public Auction, on SATURDAY, 25th day of SEPTEMBER. 1915, the whole of the Farming Stock and Implements as follows:— SHEEP.-125 Radnor and cross-Shropshire ewes, one, two and three years old; 55 shorn theave lambs, 22 fat lambs, 5 ram lambs, 1 two- year-old Shropshire ram, 1 cross-Kerry do., 1 cross-Suffolk do. CATTLE.—8 Hereford cows, 1 -do. cow with calf at foot, 1 Jersey cow in full milk and in calf, 3 Hereford two-year-old Heifers due to calve, 1 Jersey do. do., 1 fat heifer, 3 Hereford yearling heifers, I cross-Jersey do., 5 yearling steers, 8 calves. HORSES.—1 aged cart mare, 1 five- ear-old Welsh s cob quiet in harness and under saddle (typical farmer's mare). PIGS.—Threw strong bacon pigs. POULTRY, comprising fowls, geeae, &c. IMPLEMENTS.—Trap and harness, 1 cart, 2 gambos, mowing machine, double turnip drill, Cambridge roll, weighing machine, winnowing machine, sheep rack, 2 turnip cutters, 3 pair harrows, ploughs, scumers, sheep troughs, pig troughs, heel rakes, ladders, pikles, rakes, 2 furnaces, cow ties, hogshead, barrel, &o. HARNESS.—1-! pair shaft, harness, 2 do. long, 2 g.o., collars, bridles, &c. DAIRY UTENSILS.—End over end churn, cheeee curder and bench, milk leads, cheese vats, butte r tubs, &c. The whole of the GRASS will be let from the day of sale to the 30th November, 1915, and the whole of the CROPS will be sold to go off. Six months' credit on sums above k5 or the usual discount for cash. Luncheon at 11-30. Sale at 1-30 sharp. Castle Street, Brecon, Sept. 10th, 1915. The Auctioneers wodld call the attention of farmers and graziers to the above stock. The sheep are young and believed to be thoroughly sound, grazing on sound land, and the cattle are a most useful lot. VUNGLAS FARM, TALACHDDU SALE OF 220 Cross-Shropshire & Ryeland Sheep, 22 HEREFORD CATTLE, 6 HORSES, IMPLEMENTS and HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. MESSRS. MILLER, POWELL AND co. (F.A.I.) have received instructions from the executrix of the late Mr J. A. Morgan, to Sell by Public Auction, on TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28th, 1915, the whole of the LIVE STOCK, &c., as follows:— SHEEP.—152 cross-Shropshire and Ryeland breeding ewes, 66 theave lambs, 1 pure-bred Shropshire ram, 1 pure-bred Ryeland ram. CATTLE.2 Hereford cows in full milk and in calf, 1 Jersey do., do., 3 Hereford cows with calves at foot, 1 two-year-old Hereford heifer with calf at foot, 1 two-year-old Shorthorn heifer in calf (likely to calve before sale), 8 yearling steers, 1 do. heifer, 2 weaned calves. HORSES.—Cart mare, eight years old do., five years old her filly I "Tatton half-bred mare, ten years old 2 three half years old fillies. PIGS.-4 store pigs. A num r of FOWLS and DUCKS. IMPLEMENTS.—4 gambos, 2 carts, 2 traps, mowing machine, tedder, 2 horse rakes, 1 Roberts' wheel plough, 1 Ransome's do., 1 half-long do., 1 double furrow plough, 2 pairs harrows, chain harrows, cultivator and corn drill (combined), roll, mooter, 2 scufflers, turnip drill, 4 turnip cutters and pnlpers, scales, sheeprack and troughs, wire netting, hogsheads, cart harness and trap harness, &c., &o. FURNITURE.—One large oak Pembroke table, 1 small do., 3 arm chairs, 2 couches, 1 settle, 4 kitchen chairs, 4 brass and iron bedsteads, 3 dressing tables, 3 washstands, 6 chairs, towel rails, old oak coffer, oak settle, oak table, 3 other tables, 2 churns, 3 milk leads, scales and weights, &c., &c. The whole of the GRASS will be let from the day of sale to the 30th November, and the whole of the CROPS will be sold to go off. Luncheon at 11 o'clock. Sale (commencing with furniture) at 1 o'clock to the minute. Three months' credit on approved security on all sums above 45, or the usual discount for cash. 8, Castle Street, Brecon. Sept. 10th, 1915. The attention of the public is called to the above sale of stock. The sheep are young and believed to be sound, the cattle are in good con- dition and the horses are excellent workers. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS COMPANY. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY the SEVERAL STACKS of Well-harvested HAY, of the growth of 1913 and 1914 respectively, standing at the undermentioned Stations on the Cambrian Railways, and estimated to contain the respective quantities, more or less, also under- mentioned, viz.:— Estimated Estimated STATIONS. Weight. STATIONS Weight Tons. Tons. Wrexham Caia 62 Criccieth, 1913 5 Talgarth, 1918 6J „ 1914 4 Borth, 1918 No. 2 9 Afonwen, 1914 6 1914 7 Abererch, 1918 7J Portmadoo, 1918 Bi 1914 4j „ 1914 4$I For further particulars, and to treat, apply THE SECRETARY, Cambrian Railways Co., Oswestry. Oswestry, August, 1915. MEMORIAL CARDS—NEW DESIGNS.-A great variety of New Mourning Cards just received at the II County Times Office*, Brecon the perfection of taste, at low prices; Call and Bee them. Sales by Auction. By Messrs. Miller, Powell and Co. (F.A.I.) TALACHDDU RECTORY, VELINFACH, BRECONSHIRE. Attractive Sale of Shropshire A Cross-Shropshire Sheep, JERSEY COWS, &c. MESSRS. MILLER, POWELL & Co. (F.A.I.) have received instructions from the Rev. J. Owen, to Sell by Public Auction, at the above place, On THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30th, 1915, fl",e whole of his Farming Stock as follows:- SHEEP.-40 very handsome cross-Shropshire yearling theaves, 15 two years old ewes, 3 three jtCars old ewes, 4 yearling wethers, 2 pure-bred Snropshire rams, 55 theave and fat wether lambs. COWS.-2 excellent Jersey cows (newly calved), and 1 Jersey cow with calf at foot. PIGS.-3 strong store pigs. DAIRY UTENSILS.—End over end churn, table churn, Domo separator, ware and other pieces, also 2 sheep racks, wire netting, barbed wire, &e. The whole of the Grass will be let from day of flale to a time specified at the sale. Three months' credit on approved security for sums above £5 or the usual discoun for cash. Sale at 3 p.m. sharp. Refreshments will be provided. N.B.—The Auctioneers would call the attention of the public to the above stock. The sheep are young and sonnd, and the milking and butter-making record of the cows, which has been carefully kept, is extraordinary. SLWCH FARM, within One Mile of the Town of Brecon. Important Dispersal Sale of Sheep, Cattle, Horses, Pigs, Implements, Crops, &c MESSRS. MILLER,POWELL & Co. (F.A.I.) have received instructions from Mr Watkin Evans, who is leaving the farm, to Sell by Public Auction, On WEDNESDAY, the 29th SEPTEMBER, the whole of the Stock, Crops, Implements, &c. (without reserve) as follows :— SHEEP.—50 cross-Shropshire ewes 2 and 3 ypars old. 20 cross-Ryeland ewes, 70 cross-Radnor and Welsh ewes, 10 theave lambs (cross-Cheviot), 1 Shropshire ram 2 years old, 2 Ryeland rams 3 years old, 1 yearling Ryeland ram. CATTLE.-20 excellent Hereford cows and hf iters in calf and with calves at foot, 2 Shorthorn co vs with calves at foot, 11 yearling cattle, two ye rs old registered Hereford bull Uornicupus bred by D. A. Thomas, Esq., Llanwern, Newport. HORSES.—Powe ful cart mare Blackbird and her foal by Letk Wynn." PIGS.—2 breeding sows with their litters. POULTRY.—A large number of poultry. Otik)PS.-Two bays of well-harvested hay (stroked in June), oat straw off 6 acres in excellent condition, and wheat straw boltings off 11 acres, all to go off. HARNESS.-2 sets long gearing, 1 shaft harness, 1 set g.o., collars, bridles, neckstraps and chains, 2 sets trap harness, side saddle, head col'ars, pulley belting. IMPLEMENTS.—Waggon, cart, wheel plough, 2 swing ploughs, chain harrow, iron roll, mooter, turnip drill, scuffler, combined mower and reaper, tedding machine, horse rake, chaffcutter and horse gearing, turnip cutter, grindstone, water cask, sbeepracks, sack trolley, cider casks, 5 dozen hurdles, &e. DAIRY UTENSILS. Tubular separator (eqoal to new), double oak cheese press, cheese vats, &e. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Very fine oak table 9ft. x 2ft. 6ms., oak coffer, chest of drawers, bedsteads, chairs, &c. TRAP.—An excellent dog cart, equal to new. Three months' credit on approved security for sums above £10, or the usual discount for cash. Luncheon at 11. Sale to commence with the furniture at 1-30 to the minute. | Castlo Street, Brecon, Sept. 15th, 1915. The above flock of sheep are young and in good condition. The Cattle are an excellent lot, Mr Evans having for years purchased the best sires, and among the calves there are 9 bull calves. ERWOOD HALL, within One Mile of Erwood Station. Highly Attractive Sale of 65 Cross Shropshire Sheep, 33 Pure-bred Hereford CATTLE, and 2 CART HORSES. MESSRS. MILLER, POWELL & Co. (F.A.I.) have received instructions from Mr Rees Powell (who is giving up the farm) to Sell by Public Auotion, at the above place, On FRIDAY, the 1st OCTOBER, 1915, the following Live Stock: — SHEEP.—48 very handsome cross Shropshire ewe,; two and three years old, 15 theave lambs, and 7 fat wether lambs. CATTLE.—9 Hereford cows and 1" eitere in calf and with calves at foot. 3 two-year-c Id heifers in calf, 3 yearling heifers, 8 yearling steers, and a registered Hereford bull 2 years old. Six months' credit on approved security of sums above A5, or the usual discount for cash. Luncheon at 12-30. Sale to commence at 2 p.m. The above flock of sheep is a most useful one and the land is of the soundest. The cattle are well bred and in excellent condition. .oOII8h J. THOMAS (itlf) General Draper, 17, Castle St., Brecon. NFiW STOCK NEW STOCK Specialities. Cheap and Stylish Millinery. Ladies' Tailor-made Costumes S and Up-to-date Ladies' Shirt Blouses. I Latest Suitings I Fashionably-Cut Breeches made on I the premises, I 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 plenaed to aend the book on application. Sales by Auction. By Messrs. Miller, Powell & Co. (F.A.I.) LLWYNCYNTEFIN PARK, SENNYBRIDGE, BRECONSHIRE, within I five minutes' walk of Devynock Station (Neath and Brecon and Midland Railways). ANNUAL SALE OF DRAFT STOCK. 2410 SHEEP, 43 Head of CATTLE, 14 COBS and PONIES. MESSRS. MILLER, POWELL & CO. have been instructed by Messrs Robert McTurk and Son to Sell by Auction, at the above place, on MONDAY, OCTOBER 4th, 1915, the whole of the surplus stock, comprising :— SHEEP.—1000 Cheviot and cross-bred ewes, 40 yearling ewes, 900 fat mountain wethers, 30 year- ling wethers, 180 fJ. lJ.m11s, 100 store ewe lambs, 100 store wether lambs, 40 yearling rams (Cheviot and cross-bred), 20 Cheviot rams (various ages). CATTLE.—Six heifers'in calf, one cow in calf, five cows with calves, three fat cows, 23 two-year- old bullocks (in gcod condition). COBS & PONIES.—Two well-bred three- year-old cob mares, three two-year-old horse ponies, one five-year-old cream horse pony (broken to saddle), 1 bay mare (three-year- old), seven ponies (various). Luncheon on the table at 11 o'clock. Sale to commence with rams at 1 o'clock sharp. Conditions.—Three months' credit on approved bills on all sums above CIO, or discount at the rate of 5 per cent per annum for Cash. A Special Train will leave Devynock Station at 4-40 p.m. for Brecorl in connection with the 5-10 p.m. B. & M. Train. A Brake for intending purchasers willléave the Railway Station, Llandovery, at 10-30 a.m. on the morning of the Sale, returning immediately after the sale. Punctual attendance is respectfully requested. PENYBONT, UPPER CHAPEL. Highly Attractive Sale of 250 Radnor Sheep, 25 Head of Pure-bred HEREFORD CATTLE, 6 HORSES, PIGS, &c. MESSRS. MILLER, POWELL& Co. (F .A.I.) HJL have received instructions from Mr William Parry, who is leaving the farm, to Sell by Public Auction, on WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6th, 1915, the whole of the Farming Stock, as follows :— SHEEP.—70 grand Radnor ewes one and two years old, 8 three years old Radnor ewes, 22 Welsh ewes, 58 fat wethers one and two years old, 85 theave and wether lambs, 5 Radnor rams, and 2 ram lambs. CATTLE.^—4 Hereford heifers with calves at foot and in calf, 4 Hereford cows in calf and in full milk, 1 grand Hereford cow with her bull calf, 1 cross Shorthorn and Jersey in milk and in calf, 1 two years old heifer in calf, 3 yearling heifers, 3 yearling steers, 2 weaned calves, a two years old Hereford bull. HORSES.—Cart mare aged, grand mare four years old, three-half-years old half-bred filly, cob mare, four years old, quiet with all traffic (in harness or under saddle), cob mare eight years old about 13 hands, pony four years old. PIGS.—Sow with 10 pigs. IMPLEMENTS.—A number of implements will be sold and a quantity of Oats and Wheat if threshed previous to sale. Six months' credit on approved security for sums above R5 or the usual discount for cash. Luncheon at 12 o'clock. Sale at 1-30 to the minute. Castle Street, Brecon, Sept. 22nd, 1915. LLWYNHIR, CRAY. Close to Cray Station. Highly Important Sale of 700 MOUNTAIN SHEEP, 22 Head of Pure-bred HEREFORD CATTLE, and 14 HORSES and PONIES. MESSRS. MILLER, POWELL & Co. (F.A.I.) have received instructions from Mr David Davies (who is retiring from farming pursuits) to Sell by Public Auction at the above farm, On THURSDAY, the 7th OCTOBER, 1915, the Whole of the Farming Stock, Implement6 and Crops, ae follows :— SHEEP.-220 breeding ewes, one, two and three years old; 160 fat wethers, 80 yearling wethers, 218 ewe and wether lambs, 12 stock rams, and 11 lamb rams. CATTLE.-6 young cows due to calve in January, 4 two-year-old heifers in calf, 2 yearling heifers, 8 weaned calves, 2 fat cows, 2 barren cows. HORSES.—Excellent cart mare 7 years old, also a grand cart mare 9 years old (both stinted to Tatton Laird "), cob mare rising 4 years old quiet in harness and under saddle, 7 mountain ponies and 4 foals. PIGS.-3 strong store pigs. IMPLEMENTS.—2 carts, 2 gambos, plough, pair harrows, chain harrow, mooter, scuffler, mowing machine, horse rake, threshing machine, chaffcutter, horse gearing, winnowing machine, cultivator, iron roll, scuffler, shearing benches, 2 ladders, pikles, rakes, heelrakes, spades, shovels, dung-forks, hurdles, excellent grindstone, sheep rack, etc. The whole of the Crops will be sold in numerous lots to suit purchasers, and to go off. The Grass will be let from the day of Sale to the 30th November. Six months' credit on approved security for sums above 4-5 or discount at the rate of 5 per cent. per annum. Luncheon at 11-30. Sale to commence at 1 o'clock to the minute owing to the lots being numerous. Castle Street, Brecon, Sept. 21st, 1915. HORTON'S BENEDICT PILLS. FREE TO LADIES. In a few days correot all irregularities and remove all obstructions; also cure Anaemia, and canse no injury to the married or single are invaluable. By post under cover lill or 2/9, from Horton & Co., Chemists (Chief Dispenser from the late Birmingham Lying-in Hospital), (Dept. 85). ASTON MANOR, BIRMING- HAM. Sold over 50 ytars. SUPPLIED DIRECT ONLY. SELDOM EVER FAIL. All ladies should send penny stamp for free sample of pills, also Improved Sanitary Towel and booklet. V. Sales by Auction. By :r F. G, Price. Sept. 24th-Live and Dead Farming Stock, Griffin Inn, Llyswen. Sept. 28tb.-Live and Dead Farming Stock, at Green Lane, Clifford. Sept. 29th—Farming Stock, at Glasnant, Bryn- gwyn. Sept 20.—Sale of Live and Dead Farming Stock, Middle Gogia, Llowes. Oct. 13th-Annual Foal Show and Sale at Talgarth (Fair Day). GRIFFIN INN, LLYSWEN. Important St1.1e cf Live and Dead Farming Stock. MR. FRANCIS GEO. PRICE is favoured with instruction3 from Mrs. Pritchard, who is giving up the land, to Sell by Auction, On FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24th, 1915, as follows:— SHEEP.-13 cross Shropshire theave lambs, 3 wether ditto, 22 one, three and four-year-old ewes. CATTLE.-2 Hereford cowsVith bull calves at foot, 2 yearling steers. HORSES.—Chestnut cob mare, 6 years eld, and her filly foal. IMPLEMENTS.—2 carts (equil new), gambo, mowing machine, spring gambo with crate (new), knife staud, scuffle, swing plough, turnip cutter, new wheelbarrows, 2 galvanized sheep troughs, single turnip drill, horseworks, chaffcutter, Martin swath turner, sheep cratch, set of three harrows, wire netting, 12 bowl flat iron 'roll (equal new), cowties, landtrees, screw jack, pole straps, hay knife, heel rake, pikles, rakes, iron bar, seedleaf, 3 sets long gears, shaft gears, 2 collars and bridles, bellyband, &c, &c., four- wheel Perth shooting cart, four-wheel dog cart suitable for cob or pair of ponies, box churn. About 25 Acres of Grass to November 30th. Three months' credit on approved security on sums above £ 5. Sale at 2 o'clock. The Cottage, Talgarth. GREEN LANE, CLIFFORD. Half-mile from Station and within 3 Miles of Hay. Important Sale of LIVE and DEAD FARMING STOCK, WINTER AND GRASS KEEP, &a. MR. FRANCIS GEORGE PRICE is favoured with instructions from Mr Charles Price, who is retiring, to Sell by Auction, On TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28th, 1915, as follows:— SHEEP.-17 cross-Shropshire theave and wether hmb, 5 yearling ewes, 5 two-year-old ditto, 22 three and four-year-old ditto, 1 yearling Shropshire ram. CATTLE.—Hereford cow and her bull calf, three-year-old Hereford heifer and her bull calf, Hereford cow due to calve in November. HORSES.—Aged cart mare and her horse foal; aged cob mare. s IMPLEMENTS.-Narrow wheel cart, gambo, horse rake, winnowing machine, land scume, swing plough, wheel plough, pair'harrows, turnip scuffle, chaffcutter, scales and weights, heelrake, sheepcratch, Bamford turnip cutter (new), pulper, 10 cider hairs, 4 thirty-gallon casks, scythe and snead, small tools, set long gears, shaft ditto, G.O. ditto, set trap harness, trap, &c., &c. DAIRY UTENSILS. Churn, trind, cream steen, 3 milk pans, &c. WINTER AND GRASS KEEP.-Hay and clover off 10 acres, It acres of oaten straw, 1 acre of barley straw, 1 acre of wheaten ditto, and about I. acre of swedes and turnips, all to go off the premises if desired and 40 acres grass keep, inJ2 lots, to February 2nd, 1916. Luncheon at 12. Sale at 1-30. Terms cash. UPPER GLASNANT, BRYNGWYN, two miles from Newchurch. Important and Attractive Sale of 505 Radnor A Cross-brad Sheep, 29 HEREFORD CATTLE, 9 HORSES, PONIES and COLTS, IMPLEMENTS, &o. MR. FRANCIS GEORGE PRICE is favoured with instructions from Mr Richards, to Sell by Auction, on WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29th, 1915, as follows: SHEEP.—86 two and three-year-old Radnor ewes, lJO two-yeal'-Jd wethers; 52 yearling wethers, 130 yearling theaves, 43 wether lambs, 80 theave lambs, 4 Shropshire rams. CATTLE.—Five cows with calves at foot, one heifer ditto, two two-year-old heifers, one three- year-old heifer in calf, five yearling heifers, three yearling steers, five weaned calves, one two-year- old pedigree stock bull. HORSES.—One black mare, "Blackbird," rising five one brown ditto, "Diamond," rising three; one yearling cart colt, two mountain ponies with foals at^oot, one ditto pony io foal, one ditto pony in foal. IMPLEMENTS.—Old iron, cart, broad-wheel ditto (new), gambo, two swing ploughs, pair iron harrows, winnowing machine, chaff outter, horse- works, two shearing benches, two ladders, pig trough, two bridles, three collars long, short, and g.o. gears. Six months' credit on approved security on sums above d610 or usual discount for cash. Luncheon at 11-30. Sale at 1 prompt. By Mr. T. J. Phillips. Oct. lst.-Sale of Ram Lambs at Brecon Market. Oct. 5th.-First Annual Foal Show and Sale at Brecon Market. Brecon Cattle Market. FIRST ANNUAL Foal Show, Competition and Sale. MR. T. J. PHILLIPS will conduct the above Sale on TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5th, 1915, when a silver cup, value A3 3s, will be offered for the best foal got by any shire horse. Open to the county of Brecon. Cash prizes, ;el Is. (given by Evan Morgan, Esq,, Mayor of Brecon), for the best foal (open to the county of Brecon), and a first prize of d61 and a second prize of 10s will be awarded for the best foal got by either of Mr Charles Jones's (Crickhowell) horses. A prize of half-a-ton of coal (gi-en by the Breconshire Coal and Lime Co., Ltd.) for the best cob foal. Entries solicited. Entry forms can be obtained from the Auctioneer, at Neuadd, Scethrog, Bwlcb, S.O. September 22nd, 1915. The winner of the cup must be sold by Mr Phillips. Further particulars next week.