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BRECONSHIRE WAR ITEMS.

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GLASBURY. Cheesemaking- Demonstration.—A very inter- esting demonstration on cheesemaking for I small holders took place in the Assembly Rooms on Monday, organised by Mrs Mortimer Baylis on behalf of the Board of Agriculture Food Production Department. There was a large gathering of people interested in the making of utility cheeses, and tliey were parti- cularly interested iu the demonstration of processes that do not require expensive utensils. The organising secretary (Miss Powell) gave very lucid explanations of the various processes and the demonstrator, was Miss Phipps who made two most successful cheeses for quick use, a cream cheese and another. Among those pifesent were Major deWinton, Mrs and Miss Griffith, Mrs Phillips, Llanst-ephan House. Miss Beavan, Mrs deWinton, Hay, Rev. and Mrs. J. J. Thomas,- Llowes, Rev. and Mrs W. Thomas, Bryngwyn. Mrs Gunter, Miss Lewis*JVlrs Jones, the Villa, Miss James, Cilgwyn, Mrs Powell, Mrs Ammonds, Miss Price, etc. Funeral.—The funeral took place on Tuesday of Mrs Eliz. Miles, wife; of Mr Miles, Brook street, who died at the age of 52 years. She had been a great sufferer for over Ú years. The interment took place at S. Peter's Church, the Rev. H. Griffith, vicar of All Saints,' being the officiating clergyman. The coffin, of polished oak, wa £ supplied by Mr J. Morgan, Post Office. A number of floral tributes polished oak, was supplied by Mr J. Morgan, Post Office. A number of floral tributes expressed sympathy with -the family in their bereavement. Women's Institute.—A very successful meet- ing of the Women's Institute, presided ovet by Mrs Money, took place in Coed-y-Bolen Schoolroom, on Tuesday, when a very interest- ing demonstration on the cookery of pulse vegetables was given by Miss Jenkins. Brecon, the County Council cook. There was a very good attendance and the demonstration was much appreciated. Oti Leave.—Pte. John R. Morgan, sou of Mr and Mrs Morgan, Post Office. Pte. Ivor Monnington, Pte. Fred Harris, and Pte. Arthur Harris, all of the Royal Welsh have been home on short leave looking very fit.

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