Situations Vacant and Wanted. BOY WANTED as APPRENTICE to printing.—Apply Knight, Viaduct House, Btruet, Brecon. CHEMICAL MANURE AGENTS with good C farming connections WANTED by old- established firm. Exceptionally high commission paid to suitable men.—Write Box M 595," Lee and Nightingale, Liverpool. DAY GIRL, WANTED; 14 to 16.—Apply "B," Office of thi3 paper. GENERAL WORKMAN WANTED, cottage and garden provided, with extras; good wages for good worker.—Apply, Matthews, Brampton, Ross-on-Wye. LADY recommends a STONG GIRL of 18 as Kitcbenmaid, Between Maid or Under- housemaid, good character.—S. David's Vicarage, Brecon. OFFICE BOY WANTED, able to write fair hand.—Apply by letter, Editor, County Times Office, Brecon. REQUIRED, competent TIMBER HAULIER and ASSISTANT to work team Brecon District; good wages suitable men.—A. Jones & Sons, Ltd., Cross Street, Abergavenny. WANTED, good reliable GENERAL state references, age, and salary required.—Mra Gwillim, Medical Hall, Brecon. ANTED, JUNIOR or IMPROVER, also APPRENTICE to the Grocery Trade. Apply E. Hood-Williams, Brecon. WANTED, good strong girl as GENERA.L.— Apply, Mrs Miller, Forest Lodge, Brecon. WANTED, on or before October 18th, thoroughly experienced GENERAL.— Apply, references, Williams, 18, Llaniwit Road, Treforest. WANTED, reliHoble COOK-GENERAL; TV references required; good wages; no laundry work.—Apply, Davies, Wernfawr, St. Mellons, Mon. WANTED, a strong GIRL for house work, age 18 to 20; wages £ 15 and indoor uniform.—Matron. Sanatorium, Talgarth. WJ ANTED, APPRENTICES and IM- T T PROVERSlo Millinery ancfr-Showroom.— E. and J. Kettle, .11, High Street, Brecon. WORKING MALTSTER WANTED. — Apply Thomas Delafielfl, Abergavenny. WJ ANTED HOUSEMAID in Doctor's house; J? girl who has been general might suit.— Mrs Powell, Troedybryn, Barry, Glamorganshire. WANTED a Fresh COW, with 2nd or 3rd Calf good Milker.—H. J. Thomas, Brook Road, Giaabary-on-Wye. WANTED at once, reliable man as OSTLER must be sober good wages.—Abercrave Collieries. Abercre.ve. WANTED CHARWOMAN for fair days, etc. one able to wait preferred.—Crown Hotel, Hay. For Sale and Wanted. CHICKENS, 1915 or 1914 hatch, near laying, c 35s doz three months old, 15s. doz.; list breeds. -Hummell, Stratford, Essex. FOR SALE, GOOD CIDER at 7d. per gallon, f. rm "1 in :,r.c"ao"'9 023^?, "Willg Ty-r-Bryn, Talgarth, Breconshire. G ALVANIZED CORRUGATED SHEETS, \3T light, 24irs. wide; 5ft., lOd.; 6ft., Is. each; strong, 27ins. wide; 5ft., Ie. 3d.; 6ft., Is. 6d. each other sizes at proportionate prices all. sound.- Butlers, Bell Works, Wolverhampton. HEREFORDSHIRE CIDER, made from best appleB obtainable, in all sized casks.— Write for prices to T. J. Qoarrell, Paradise Fruit Farm, Marden, Hereford. SHORTHORN CALVES for roaring, from S record Cheshire milkers, by pedigree bulla quotation to any Station no fancy prices.- Frank Dobie, Littleton, Chester. WANTED, A PONY about 13-2, quiet for a lady to drive; a good home offered to a favourite. AppJy, Prosser, Trevithel, Three Cocks. WANTED good GENERAL plain cooking two in -family.—Apply Mrs Jones, Tre- durn House, Glamorgan street, Brecon. To Let and Wanted. GOOD OFFICES TO LET in central position in Brecon.—Apply for particulars to Secretary, Church House. GARDEN. — Wanted in Brecon SMALL GARDEN, with Lawn; central position. Partioulare to Horti, County Times," Brecon. HOUSE TO LET in Brecon, furnished, 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; reasonable rent.—Box 11 H 11 County Times, Brecon. TO LET from 29th September 14, BRIDGE STREET, BRECON seven rooms, bath h. and c., usual offices, out houses and yards excellent sanitation.-Apply to Miss Philip Morgan, Brecon. TO LET—S29 ACRES OF SHOOTING; good stock of Pheasants and Partridges.— Apply Powell, Maesllech, Beulah. TO LET OR LEASE, •' LLWYNCYNTEFN," near Senny Bridge, Breoonshire, within t mile of Station, Post Office and Church charm- ing old Elizabethan house 635 feet above sea level, containing 4 reception rooms, 11 bed and dressing rooms, bath room; good garden, tennis lawn, greenhouse, cottage, garage and stables; all modern conveniences including petrol gas II miles excellent fishing, 1500 acres rough shooting; rent Y,200.-Rev. A. Garnons Williams. nno LET, good COTTAGE in Brecon low I rent.—Apply J. R. Thomas, 17, Castle Street, Brecon. GRASS LETTING for SHEEP; 14 acres.— Vicar, Abernannell, Garth. Lost and Found. FOUND, in Brecoa, on 15th September, a MOTOR TYRE. Owner can have same on paying expenses.—M. Evans, 3, Church Row, Brecon. I HOROSCOPE K-TftSl I I I East Events,Changes, Fortunate Days, Numbers, Colours, &c. Business Guidance, Planetary Influence on Ifriendship,marriage,and important epochs. Two years' GUIDE added FREE if you mention this paper. good birth date, and Is. P.O. ITHCSi GKUiiJ- firtsulwsr, "The Nook," Heathfield Rd., I ) CARDIFF. | CASH ADVANCED PRIVATELY. From £10 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 completed. 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 Public Notices. BRECONSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL. THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT, 1888. 51 and 52 Vict., c. 41. Notice of Audit of Accounts. T^rOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Statements of the Accounts of the above- named County Counoil for the year ended the 31st day of March, 1915, together with the respective Books of Accounts, Bills, Accounts, Vouchers, and other Documents containing or relating to the Accounts, will, on the 4th day of October, 1915, be deposited at the County Hall, Brecon, and such statements, Books of Account, and other Docu- menh, will be open to be Inspected, Examined, and Copied by any person interested, between the boursof ten o'clock in the forenoon and four o'olock in the afternoon, until the 12th day of October, 1915, and that on the last-mentioned day, at the hoar of twelve o'clock noon,the said Accounts will be audited by Charles W. Paddon, Esquire, the Assistant District Auditor, at the County Hall, Brecon, when and where every Ratepayer, or Owner of Property in the County, who may have any objection to any matter contained in the said Accounts, may attend and prefer his objection, and the same will be heard and determined by the District Auditor. Dated the 13th day of September, 1915. HENRY F. W. HARRIES, Clerk of the County Council. County Hall, Brecon. Breconshire County Council. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that at a QUARTERLY MEETING of the County < ouncil to be held on the 29th day of October, 1915, at 11-30 o'clock in the forenoon, A BASIS OR STANDARD OF COUNTY RATE, as prepared by the COUNTY RATE BASIS J COMMITTEE, pursuant to 15 and 16 Victoria, C. 81, and 51 and 52 Victoria, C.41, will be con- sidered, and if thought fit be allowed and confirmed. HENRY F. W. HARRIES, Clerk to the County Rate Basis Committee. County Hall, Brecon. 13th September, 1915. Breconshire Education Committee. I HAY AND TALGARTH DISTRICT. SEPARATE TENDERS are invited for the supply and delivery (including stacking) of COAL and SPLIT FIREWOOD at the following Schools in the above district, viz.Hay Town Schools, Llanigon, Glasbury, Velindre, Llyswen, II Llandefalle, Llanvillo, Talgarth, Bronllys, Peny- genffordd, Llangorse, LlanfihangelTalyllyn, Llangasty-Talyllyn, and Cathedine. The Coal must be of good quality, free from stones and without small. Contractors are requested to include in their Tenders for the supply of the following special Coals-Waterloo, Staffordshire Cobbles, Ocean Steam Washed Nuts, Anthracite (egg size), and Coke to the Schools. The Tender must in every case give the name And quality of doal intended to be supplied and the price in respect of each School separately. Tenders, endorsed "Coal," to be sent to the undersigned not later than Thursday, the 30th ¡ September, 1915. R. B. WILLIS, Clerk to District Committee. 2, Bank Terrace, Talgarth, 13(h Sept., 1915. Talgarth, 13th Sept., 1915. NOTICE. ALL PERSONS having claims against the Estate of the late Mr John Jones, of Cwm- ffrwdd Forest, Talgarth, are requested to send them to the executors by October 14th, 1915.— Signed MRS E. JONES, OWEN JONES, Cwm- ffrwdd Forest, Talgarth, Re Thomas Jones, of Great House, Pipton, deceased. ALL PERSONS having CLAIMS against the Estate of the above-named deceased, are requested to forthwith send particulars in writing to ROBERT T. GRIFFITHS, Hay, Solicitor to the Executrix. Miscellaneous. — ——- ADVICE FREE for Stamp.—MrsB. Stewart's famous Female Remedy never fails.— Address, 9, Guinea Street, Bristol. BILLHEADS, Labels (Plain and Gammed). Price Lists, and every other kind of BasineBb Printing and Stationery.—" County Times Office, Breoon. IMPORTANT BOON TO LADIES.-No Pills t or Drugs used in this treatment, my never- faiHng remedy. I guarantee to cure all female ailments, and invite those cases that have failed elsewhere; sta.mp, free advice.-NURSE ROSS, Laboratory, 96, Windsor Road, Torquay. IMPORTANT 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, 4!d. 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 Builth 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.1 not touch it. Vermin dry up and leave no smell. Prices 6d., Is., 28. 3d., and 3s. 9d. Wholesale I Market, Bolton. Postage 2d.—G W Harrison, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agents for Brecon: F. L. Stanton, I Chemist; Hay: J L Davies & Sons, Chemists, 7. High Town; Builth 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 Crick- howell W H Kirkland, Chemist. WALL PAPER & 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 Picture framed and unframed, now on view, as cheap as can be bought anywhere, conaiatent with quality. 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 P Army and Navy, and for Law, Medical, Civil Service and other Entrance Examinations Private lessons in Botany, practical Botany with use of Microscope, Mathematicir, French, Nature Study, etc. CASTLE HOUSE, BRECON. SeHOOla FOR GIRbS. liso PREPARATORY FOR BOYI Prinoipal • MISS KING. i.. I I I i 4R No need to Darn the old Garments, for Boys' Clothing at, WATTS' is so economical. £ l tm I pARTICULARLY GOOD in Style, Material and Design I is WATTS' Wear for Boys-Typical of boyhood at its I various stages—meeting the demands of each age in fashion, 1 utility and strength, as does no other clothing to quite the 1 same extent. t. ( 1 I RUGBY SUITS-for Boys of 12 to 16, in Strong Tweeds, 12s 6d to 21s. 3 GARMENT SUITS-for Boys of 7 to 12 years, recommended for hard wear, 6s 6d to 15s. The above are pre-War Prices and Values. FANCY SUITS-for Boys of 3 to 8 years, very many shapes, 6s 6d to 15s. The above are pre-War Prices and Values. SAILOR SUITS-for Boys 3 to 8 years- Tweeds, 2s 6d to 5s 6d Serges, 2s lid to 3s lid Regulation Sailor, 3s Lid to 15s. The above are pre- War Prices and Values. MACKINTOSHES — Very Special Made from odd lengths of cloth, for boys of 8 to 16 years, 9s 6d and lis 6d. The above are Pre- War Prices and Values. RAINCOATS—Raglan and Chester Shapes for Boys of all ages. Many qualities, shades and prices. CORDUROY SUITS—Odourless—for School wear for Boys, 5 to 12 years, 7s, 9s, lis, 13s.. The above are pre-War Prices and Values. CORDUROY KNICKERS-for Boys of 3 to 9. plain knees, Is 9d to 4s 6d, ditto with Band at Knees for Boys 7 to 14, prices 2s 61 to 5s 6d. Corduroy Breeches for Boys 7 to 16, 3s 9d to 6s 9d. The above are pre-War Prices and Values. CLOTH KNICKERS Strong Materials Plain Knees, Is 6d to 3s 9d ditto Band and Buttons, 2s 6d to 4s 9d. The above are pi-e- WiAl- Prices and Values. BOYS' JERSEYS-Extra Good Value, Navy, Saxe, Brown, Grey, White,2s, 2s 9d, 3s 6d, ( 4s 3d. Special Value Heavy weight I Resida only, 2s tid, worth double. 1 BOYS' SHIRTS-Flannelette, 9d, Is, Is 3d, § Is 6d, Is 9d, 2s Graudrill, Is 9d Oxford, 1 Is 6d, 2s; English Flannel, 3s 6ii and | 4s 6d Real Welsh Flannel. 3s 6d, 4s fid. | Tennis Shirts, Cellular, Cashmere and Flannel, various prices. The above are pre-War Prices and Values. BOYS' STOCKINGS-Black, all Wool, lOd, Is, Is 3d, Is 6d; in Heather Mixture with fancy tops. Is 6d, 2s, s 6d. Children's Cashmere Socks (tan or black) 9d, also with fancy clocks (tan) Is. The above are pre- War Prices and Values. BOYS' NATURAL UNDERWEAR-Shirts, Pants, or Drawers, various prices. Good values. The above are pre- War Prices and Values. BOYS' CAPS Splendid Variety, good shapes, in Covert Coating material and Tweeds, also Navy Serge, lid and Is 6d. The above are pre-War Prices and Values. BOYS' COLLARS— Everclean, 4|d and 5d; Linen, 6d: Whiteolin (patent linen everclean), Is. BOYS' TIES—6d, Is. Special new Knitted Bows with Stud fastener, 2d. The above are pre-War Prices and Values. BOYS' BRACES-3d, 4d, 6d. The above are pre-War Prices and Values. NOTE.-When requested, names are marked on goods for school outfits free of charge. Those who purchase from the above Stock practise the strictest economy. We await your visit or order by post- either of which shall receive our utmost attention. We desire to please and'satisfy you. Come or send soon. ieEaasg^y. Ipism Opposite BU the Monument I I FORD The Universal Car. I The Car for Winter or any other of the s four seasons for the social town or the open road for peace time or the grim time of war. No car in the world can justly claim to be the Ford's superior in reliable and comfortably quiet service while economically, it has not even a j remote competitor at its power. ( Vjf I I CAR AWA Runabouts /j 15. Five-passenger Touring Car £125. Town Car ^175. 20 b.p. eiffciently equipped. All Prices at Works, Manchester. Full particulars from— I RICH & SONS, I MOTOR ENGINEERS, BRECON. L Telephone 23. Telegrams Rich, Brecon. -8111(_- a:an- If you wish to spend your money to the best advantage you must go to COOPER'S DOMESTIC BAZAAR MARKET ARCADE, for all FANCY GOODS, TOYS, HARDWARE, MATS, RUGS, BRUSHES, BASKETS, etc. Now is the time to Study Economy! E. LICHFIELD (Late Hannah Price), Fishmonger & Game Dealer OASTLE STREET, BRECON. fresn Fish Twice Daily. Agent for Jfalethorpe's Royal Cambridge Sausage Springfield Potted Meats &a ESTABLISHED 1775. Tolophone,P.O. 75. Telegrams, ;Licbfleld;Breoot COUNTY OF BRECON. N OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following order has been issued by the Board of Agriculture and Fisheries, revoking as shown in the Schedule below certain Articles of the Swine Fever (Special Areas) Orders of 1911 and 1912. HENRY F. W. HARRIES, County Hall, Brecon, Clerk of the County Council. 17th September, 1915. 9508.. ORDER OF THE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE AND FISHERIES. (DATED 7TH SEPTEMBER, 1915.) The Board of Agriculture and Fisheries, by virtue and in exercise of the powers vested in them under the Diseases of Animals Acts, 1894 to 1914, and of every other power enabling them in this behalf, do order and it is hereby ordered as follows I The Orders described in the Schedule hereto to the extent described in the fourth column of that Schedule, are hereby revoked as from the thirteenth day of September, nineteen hundred and fifteen. In witness whereof the Board of Agricul- 0 L.S. ture and Fisheries have here- I unto set their Official Seal I this seventh day of September, 1 nineteen hundred and fifteen. 1 nineteen hundred and fifteen. A. TV. A nstrutker, I Assistant Secretary. I SCHEDULE. < Orders Revoked. I I S. t T. I I E No. j Date. Short Title. I Extent of Revocation. j 1911 I j 8183 2 September Swine-Fever (Special Areas) Art v'2, (Regulation of Move- 'I Order of 1911. me ■ of Swine from Markets) x Ari ule 4 (Regulation of Mat- I his, &c., in Scheduled Area) Article 5 (Effect of Licences granted under this Order) and 1912 Article 6 (Forms). F 8279 29 January Swine-Fever (Special Areas) Order of 1912. Article 1 (Facilities for Alovi- ment of Swine in Special Areas). 6 ~-r~nrr^Yii7fiTr¥yrrnHTMMTriMnrawnTHglTMMliillMi I CHANGE YOUR OLD BATH FOR A PORCELAIN ENAMELLED ONE. I 4 SEVERAL IN STOCK. I A. H. TYLER & SON, Builders, Decorators, Plumbers, Etc., BULWARK AND LION STREET, BRECON. ALLOWANCES MADE FOR, OLD BATHS. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS ANNOUNCEMENTS, ALTERATIONS IN TRAIN SERVICE. The Winter Service of Trains will come into operation on Friday, October 1st. Numerous alterations will be made in the Local and Through Servioes. Por further particulars see Time Tables. NOTICE. ALL EXCURSION and CHEAP TICKETS ARE SUSPENDED, Except Tourist and Market Tickets. TOURIST TICKETS Are issued from BRECON to ABERYSTWYTH, BARMOUTH, and other Cambrian Coast \Stations, also to BLACKPOOL, SOUTHPORT, etc. For any fnrther information respecting the arrangements shewn above, application should be made at any of the Company's Offioes or to Mr. Herbert Williams, Sapt. of Line. Oswestry. Sept. 1915. S. WILLIAMSON, General Manager. BRECKNOCK UNION. TENDERS "FOR MILK AND FIREWOOD. PERSONS desirous of CONTRACTING for the supply of MILK AND FIREWOOD from let October, 1915, to 31st March, 1916, are requested to send SEALED TENDERS on the authorised Form to me at or before 10 o'olock a.m., on FRIDAY, the 24th day of SEPTEMBER, 1915. The above Articles must be delivered at the Workhouse, Brecon (excepting such as shall be supplied to the Out-door Paupers upon orders from the Relieving Officers), free of of 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 each quarter. The Board do not pledge themselves to accept the lowest or any Tender Samples (of such as can be sent) to be produced at the BOARD ROOM, LION STREET, BRECON, at-the above mentioned time. No Tender will be considered unless made 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, 13th September, 1915. HAY UNION. CONTRACTS FOR PROVISIONS, CLOTHING, Ac. PERSONS desiring of CONTRACTING with the Board of Guardians of this Union for the SUPPLY of all or any of the undermentioned Articles, to be delivered at the Workhouse at such times and in such quantities as the Guardians may order or direct for the respective periods stated below, commencing the 1st day of October, 1915, are requested to send in sealed Tenders marked Tender for and addressed to the Chairman of the Board of Guardians, at the BOARD ROOM, HAY, by ten o'clock a.m. on Thursday, the 30th day of September instant, accompanied by samples of articles admitting thereof, viz. FOR THREE MONTHS. Bread, Flour, and Meat. FOR SIX MONTHS. Shaving and Hair Cutting. Grocery, New Milk. Coals best Welsh and English Cobbles. Oak Cordwood. A portion of the Mutton and Groaery must be supplied to the order of the Relieving Officer of the Hay District, in small quantities, for out- door poor. Any information as to the probable quantity of the several articles required may be obtained on application to the Master of the Workhouse. By Order of the Board, ROBERT T. GRIFFITHS, i Hay Union Offices, Clerk. September 18th, 1915. N.B.—The lowest or any Tender will not necessarily be accepted. I No Tender will be received but on the printed form provided by the Guardians to be obtained on application at the Clerk's or the Master's ( Office. — ? 1 V;' Public Notices. Brynmawr County School. THE GOVERNORS invite APPLICATIONS for the APPOINTMENT OF CLERK to the above School. Salary £ 20 per annum* Applications, with copies of three recent testi- monials, to be sent by October lat to the Headmaster, marked Brynmawr County School." GLAMORGAN EDUCATION COMMITTEE- The High School for Girls, Cowbrldge. XTENSIVE grounds, and most healtby E situation in the picturesque Vale ot Glamorgan. Special care taken of delicat" children. Preparation for Oxfor.d Locals and LondoO Matriculation. Spedial attention givea to domestic subjects. Fees very moderate and inclusive. Children of eight years and upwards are admitted to the School. For particulars apply to the HEADMISTRESS.
CEFN COED. NEW STATIONMASTBR.—On Monday, 13th inst., Mr Edward W. J. Read commenced his duties at stationmaster at Cefn Coed railway station. fie was formerly stationmaster at Aberbargoed (Brecon and Merthyr) station. SAD DEATH.-On Friday afternoon last, as lltf Wathan, 22, High street, was engaged on house- hold duties, a varicose vein in her leg burst, ailcl in less than a quarter of an hour she died frool loss of blood. An ambulance was called in. but it was too late, and when Dr Flood arrived he pro- nounced life to be extinct. Deceased leaves widower and four children. POLICE COURT ALLEGED BURGLARY AT PBli- DERYN.—On Wednesday, the Ibth inst., at a special police court-before Mr Joseph Price and Morgan Thomas-George Harper was charged with burglary at the Brecon Arms, Penderyn, ott the night of the 7th inst*, when he is alleged to have broken in through a window at the back ot the house and to have stolen twelve shillings ill money, five bottles of whiskey, a towel, and a tea' can, valued altogether at £ 2. He was apprehended in the afternoon of the 8th inst., and remanded until the loth. He was committed for trial at the Quarter Sessions. John Kerney, farm laboured was charged with being drunk at Cefn and fined 6s, being allowed time to pay. He has since enlisted-
LLANSPYDDID. HARVEST FESTIVAL.—Harvest thanksgiving WAS held in the parish church on Tuesday evening, when the service, which was fully choral, vvø.S taken by the Vicar (the Rev T. Griffiths). The choir very heartily sazig the harvest hymns, under the able leadersnip of Mr Jenkins, Cefn Pare faruJ, Airs T. Griffiths presided at the organ. The Ivor Jones, rector of Llanfillo. preached a xn°s? j appropriate sermon, which was much appreciated J :JY a congregation that filled the church to its itmost capacity. The offertory, which is to be :;iven to the Brecon Infirmary, was collected by .Mr Jones, Middle Bolgoed, and Mr Probert, Cilwhybart. The service terminated by the whole of the congregation singing the National Anthem*
VAYNOR. TEA PARTY. The annual tea party of the Church Sunday School was held at the Church Tavern on Thursday last. The following ladies presided at the tea tables :-Mesdames D. DaVIe, Dolycoed M. Wathan, Ponsticill; and J. Ingraft the Lodge and Misses Wilkins, Vaynor M. Ingram, and the Misses Williams, PengeU^ The Secretary (Mr Evan Jones, Pontsticill) ised sports for the children in the evening.