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RED CROSS HOSPITAL, PENOYRE, BRECON. INCOME and EXPENDITURE ACCOUNT for the half-year I ended 8th December, 1917. I INCOME. I EXPENDITURE. f, s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d. Subscriptions and Dona- Provisions 913 10 11 tions. 54 19 9 Add Gifts in Kind 342 11 6 Add Gifts in Kind 419 18 9 1256 2 5 474 18 6 Surgery and Dispensary 123 17 5 Congregational and other Add Gifts in Kind 34 17 5 Collections 4 13 0 —————— 158 14 10 Proceeds of Entertain- Domestic, including ments 87 2 10 Laundry, Renewals of Board and Teas Sup- Cutlery, Linen, &c. 238 2 4 plied. 30 4 6 Add Gifts in Kind 9 0 0 Do. of President 2 16 0 —————— 247 2 4 33 0 6 Salaries and Wages 151 10 1 Note.—The above sum Establishment, including of £216s. Od. has been Repairs and Redecor- credited in respect of ation, Clothing for Board against supplies Patients, etc. 6 4 4 received of the Presi- Add Gifts iif Kind 36 5 10 dent during the Half- ——————— 42 10 2 Year. Printing, Stationery, Interest on Bank Deposit Postages & Advertising 32 10 2 (Half-Year to 30th Maintenance of Cars, June, 1917). 18 15 11 including Petrol 35 1 3 Army Allowance 1358 14 0 Miscellaneous Expenses 6 10 8 Balance, being-Excess of I Income over Expendi- ture 46 4 10 91977 4 9 fl977 4 9 Balance Sheet 8th December, 1917- £ s. d. £ s, d. j £ s. d. £ s. d. Sundry Creditors 97 16 11 Equipment of Hospital Grant received from per last Account 489 3 3 County Fund in re- Add Additions in the spect of Equipment Half-Year to date of Hospital 100 0 0 Purchased 3 16 3 Gifts of Equipment re- Gifts in Kind 49 4 0 ceived in Kind 49 4 0 542 3 6 ——————— Sundry Debtors in re- 149 4 0 spect of Subscriptions Income & Expenditure and Donations and Account Army Allowances due Balance at Credit at 8th at date 252 3 0 June, 1917 .2166 13 10 Cash at Bank Add Excess of Income On Deposit .1556 10 11 over Expenditure for On Current Account 73 14 11 the Half-Year to date 46 4 10 In hands of Com- ——————— mandant 35 7 3 2212 18 8 On Account of Com- 2362 2 8 forts and Work Party Comforts and Work Fund 2 4 2 Party Fund, being 1667 17 3 Receipts less Pay- ments thereout to date 2 4 2 £ 2462 3 9 £ 2462 3 9 President, EDITHA GLANUSK. Treasurer, J. H. FURMEDGE. We have audited the Books of the Treasurer and Commandant of the above Hospital, and certify the foregoing Income and Expenditure Account and Balance Sheet to be, in our opinion, y 11 correct, according to the explanations and information given to us. (Sighed) CARNABY HARROWER BARHAM & CO., College Hill Chambers, Chartered Accountants, Z!1 'London, E.C., 7th June, 1918. Honorary Auditors. 1D:Iir' -¡ I y Z,. I When you buy a Ford car you haven't spent money-you have merely invested if. You I 8 get your money back with compound interest through what you gain in utility, pleasure and good health. In figuring the profits the FQrd will bring, don't forget the health it will bring to your family and the Doctor's bills it eliminates. I I All Prices at Works, Manchester. Full particulars from- I I NOTT'S GARAGE, Ship Street, Brecon. Telegrams Nott's Garage, Brecon. i Telephone IIO, 111, 112 (Private Branch Exchange) I Educational. Woodlands Day & Boarding School for Girls Preparatory for Little Boys) CAMDEN ROAD, BRECON. Principals: Miss Park-Brown and Miss Wright, A.R.O.M. Uaual English Subjects, Naiure Study, Needle work, French, Drawing, Pointing, Health Exercises, Dancing. Mus:c a speciality. SHORTHAND and BOOK-KEEPING. Outside Students may attend for any of the above subjects. • jAtsTLH HOUSE, BRECON. seHoOb FOR GIRbS list) PREPARATORY FOR BOYS Prinoipal MISS KING. PRIVATE TUITION." MR. W. P. J. LbBROCQ, M.A., F.L.S., F.R. Met. Soc. (Hononrs, 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, Mathematics, French, Nature Study, eto. Sales by Auction. By Messrs David A W. J. Price, (formerly David Prioe and Willismi3). MB. DAVIA Piaicz.) [MB. W. J. PBlOS Tuesday, July 9th.-Brecon Auction Mart. Wednesday, July 10th.—Sennybridge Auction Mart. Thursday, July 18th.—Sale of Villa Residence at Llangammarch Wells. Friday, July 19th.-Sale of Llangorse Farms at Wellington Hotel, Brecon. Friday, July 19th.-Sale of Farm and House Property at Brecon.. Friday, July 26th.—Sale of Breconshire Farms at Castle Hotel, Brecon. Friday, July 26th.-Sale of Llandefalle Farms, at the Castle Hotel, Brecoli. Friday, August 16th.-Sale of Country Residence, Farms, Accommodation Land, Villa and Cottage Property at Brecon. BRECONSHIRE. LLANGAMMARCH WELLS. SALE OF ATTRACTIVE Freehold Farm and Lands. lV/l ESSRS. DAVID & W. J. PRICE (in conjunction with Messrs. CLARKE, DOVEY & CO., Cardiff), are instructed to offer for Sale by Auction at the CAMMARCH HOTEL, LL ANG AMM ARCH WELLS, On THURSDAY, JULY 18th, 1918, at 2-30 p,m., the compact and desirable Villa Residence and Lands known as GLANYRAFON," situate in the Parish of Penbuallt and under a mile from the noted Spa, Llangammarch Wells, including a Superior House with convenient Out- buildings and Land, containing by admeasure- ment about 30a. lr. 25p., with a select little stretch of Fishing in the River Irvon, the whole let -to Mr Gibbs on a yearly tenancy at .£51 10s. per annum. Particulars and Plan can be obtained upon application to Messrs. W. B. Francis & Cooke, Solicitors, 31, Queen Street, Cardiff, or to the Auctioneers, Cardiff and Brecon. BRECONSHIRE. PARISH OF LLANGORSE. ESSRS. DAVID & W. J. PRICE have V" ■ been instructed to Sell by Auction at the WELLINGTON HOTEL. BRECON, on FRIDAY. the 19th day of JULY, 1918, at 3 p.m. (subject to conditions), the following desirable Freehold Farms. Lot 1. All that farm and lands known as "COURTYPRIOR," containing by admeasure- ment 70 acres or thereabouts, now in the occupation of Mrs Watkins as yearly tenant at the annual rent of i i-(). Lot 2. All that farm and lands known as "CAPEL F-kPAit," containing by admeasure- ment 50 acres or thereabouts, now jn the occupation of Mr S. Williams as yearly tenant at the annual rent of .£iJiJ. Attached to the farms are valuable rights of common. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers or to Messrs. JEFFREYS & POWELL, Solicitors, Brecon. BRECONSHIRE. Parish of Llanwern and Borough of Srecon. MESSRS. DAVID & W. J. PRICE are instructed to offer by Auction, at the WELLINGTON HOTEL, BRECON, On FRIDAY, the 19th day of JULY, 1918, At 3 p.m. (subject to Conditions of Sale to be then produced) Lot ].-All that FREEHOLD COMPACT FARM, known as "fcOED," In the Parish of Llanwern, and convenient to Talyllyn Station, containing by admeasurement 37a. 3r. 24p. or thereabouts, now in the occu- pation of Mr William Gatehouse, as yearly tenant, at the annual rent of £:)1). Lot 2.—All that desirable FREEHOLD DWELLING HOUSE and GARDEN, No. 82, The Watton. in the Borough of Brecon, now in the occupation of Mr J. A. Williams, at the monthly rent of J": 1 13s. -Id. The Tenant pays the rates. Lot 3.—All that FREEHOLD COTTAGE and GARDEN, No. 28, Newgate Street, Llan- faes, Brecon, now in the occupation of MrWm, Lloyd, at the weekly rent of 2/ í Lot 4.—All that FREEHOLD COTTAGE and GARDEN, No. 29, adjoining Lot J. and let to Mrs Wood, at the weekly rent of 2/ Lot 5.—All that FREEHOLD HOUSE and [ GARDEN, No. 30, Newgate Street, Llanfaes, now in the occupation' of Mrs Thomas, at the quarterly rent of £ 1 7s. 6d. Lot 6.—All that FREEHOLD HOUSE and GARDEN. No: 31. adjoining Lot 5, and let to 1 Mr F. Williams, at the quarterly rent of .£ 1 7s. 6d. For further particulars apply to Messrs H. Edgar Thomas and Harries, Solicitors, Bul- wark, Brecon, or the Auctioneers, Brecon. Preliminary. BRECONSHIRE. Hamlet of TRAWSCOED, in the Parish of Llandefalle. VI ESSRS. DAVID & W. J. PRICE are '*■ favoured with instructions to offer by Auction, at the CASTLE HOTEL, BRECON, On FRIDAY, the 26th day of JULY, 1918, the following Valuable Freehold Farms LOWER TRAWSCOED with TIR-Y-LEASE and WERNDDYFOG, situate in the above parish, mid-way between Brecon and Talgarth. Further particulars will appear. Solicitors Messrs. Jeffreys & Powell, Brecon. Sales by Auction. By Messrs. David & W. J. Price. BRECONSHIRE. PARISHES OF LLANGORSE AND TALGARTH. Sale of Valuable Freehold Farms. [MESSRS. DAVID & W. J. PRICE (in conjunction with Messrs Clarke, Dovey and Co.) have been instructed to offer by Auction, at the WELLINGTON HOTEL, BRECON, On FRIDAY, the 19th day of JULY, 19,18, At 3 p.m. (subject to Conditions of Sale), the following Desirable Holdings Lot 1. PENLLANAFELISAF FARM and LANDS, containing by admeasurement 35a. 3r. 5p. or thereabouts of excellent Arable, Meadow, and Pasture Land, now in the occu- pation of Mr William Evans, as yearly tenant, at the annual rent of f48 apportioned. Lot 2. PENTWYN FARM, and the Grounds known as PENTWYN CASTLE, containing by admeasurement 17'972 acres or thereabouts of Arable, Meadow, and Pasture Land, now in the occupation of Mr Wrfi. Prosser, as yearly tenant, at the annual rent of £20 apportioned. Appurtenant to Lot 1 is a Valuable Right of Pasturage on Llangorse Common and Llangorse 7 Mountain, and to Lot 2 on Llangorse Mountain. n Lot 3. FREEHOLD COTTAGE and GARDEN, known as HEOLCEFN," in the Parish of Talgarth, now used as a Storehouse, and let to Mr J. Curran, at £ 1 10s. Od. per annum. Further particulars and Plans may be ob- tained upon application to Messrs. W. B. Francis Sr Cooke, Solicitors, 3], Queen Street, Cardiff, or to the Auctioneers, Queen Street, Cardiff, and Bulwark, Brecon. BRECONSHIRE. Sale of Attractive and Valuable Freehold Farms, MESSRS. DAVID & W. J. PRICE are favoured with instructions to offer for Sale bv Auction, at the CASTLE HOTEL, BRECON, On FRIDAY, the 26th day of JULY, 1918, at 3 p.rn.. (subject to conditions of sale), as follows LOT 1.—All that very Desirable Freehold Farm, known as PENTWYN," in the Hamlet of Trawscoed, within easy distance of Brecon and Talgarth, containing by admeasurement 174 a. 0 r. 18 p. or thereabouts of Productive Arable, Meadow and Pasture Land, now in the occupation of Mr. Rees Phillips upon an annual tenancy it tb*Iwntal of £ 135 per annum. LOT 2.—All that Desirable Freehold Farm, known as FFOSDDU," in. the parish of Llywel,about 1 mile; from Trecastle, con- I taining by admeasurement 62 a. 2 r. 29 p. or thereabouts of good Arable, Meadow and Pasture Land, now in the occupation of Mr. David Edwards-upon ati, annual tenancy at the rental of C30 per annum. LOT 3.—All those Valuable Freehold Farms known as BERTHBALLY together with TIRBACH and TYNWERN "adjoining, situate in the parish of Modrydd, "3 miles from Brecon, containing by admeasurement 117 a. 2 r. 4 p. or thereabouts of Productive and Feeding Meadow, Pasture and Arable Land, now in the occupation of Mr. Wijliam Morgan, upon a yearly tenancy at the rental of £ 100, per annum. LOT 4.—All that Desirable Freehold Farm known as "BLAENGWRTHYD," in the parishes of Penpont and Glyn, 4 miles west of Brecon, containing by admeasurement 99 a. 3 r. 19 p. or thereabouts of good Arable, Meadow and Pasture Land, iiow in the occupation of Mr. James Alfred Price and Miss Catherine Price (joint tenants) upon an annual tenancy at the rental of £ 70 per annum. Appurtenant to each Farm is a'Valuable Right of Mountain. For further particulars and plans apply to Messrs. Gwilym James, Charles and Davies, solicitors, High Street, Merthyr Tydvil, or the Auctioneers, Bulwark, Brecon. r, BRECONSHIRE. Parishes of Maescar, Senny, Glyn and Modrydd. Sale of a valuable Freehold Residence and Agricultural Property known as the Maskelyne Estate. Ityj ESSRS. DAVID AND W. J. PRICE 'v ■ are instructed to Sell by Auction at an early date the above valuable Estate, which for purposes of sale will be divided into some 20 lots, comprising :— Glanwysk Residence and grounds Castelldu Houses, outbuildings and land attached Castelldu Cottages Castelldu Villa Accom- modation Fields and Woodland, Forest Lodge Farm and Pentrenaboth with the noted sheep walks Van Frynych, Gyrn and Cyfartha Gwernllertai Farm, Blaenbrynich Farm, Senny Mill, Land and Cottage, Mynyddbach, etc. Further particulars will appear in adver- tisements, plans and particulars, which are in course of preparation, and may -be obtained upon application to Messrs. Frere, Cholmeley and Co., Solicitors, Lincoln's Inn, London H. Phillips, Esq., Estate Agent, Castelldu Villa, Sciiii bi-id- or to the Auctioneers, 6, y rIe Bulwark, Brecon. I fyTEMORIAL CARDS—NEW DESIGHS.— A .L'.l great variety of New Mourning Cards the County Times Offices, Brecon the perfection of taste, at low prices. Call and use them, [ Sales by Auction. By Messrs Miller & Powell. July 9th.—Talgarth Grading and Auction Mart. July 9th.—Brecon Mart. July 1 Ith.-Sale of Freehold Farms and other property at Hay. July 16th.—Talgarth Grading Mart. July 1f,th.-Brecon Grading Mart. July 19th.—Sale of Freehold Farms, Dwelling- houses and Shares, at Brecon. July.—Sale of Freehold Farms at Builth Wells. THE TALGARTH IART, TUESDAY, JULY 9th, 1918. Fat Stock required by 9 o'clock. 11-30 Sale of Store Cattle and a very good two years old Cart Gelding likely to make a good collier. Howell Powell, Auctioneer. 1-. X HEREFORDSHIRE A J) BRECONSHIRE. Sale of Most Desirable FREEHOLD FARMS & COTTAGES. j\/fl ESSRS. MILLER, POWELL & CO. will Sell by Public Auction, x at the CROWN HOTEL, HAY, On THURSDAY, 11th JULY. 1918, at 2-30 p.m., the following :— Lot I.-That desirable Freehold Farm, known as PENTRE FARM. in the Parish of Brilley, in the County of Hereford, comprising 154a. lr. 2p. or thereabouts of excellent Meadow, Orchard, Pasture and Tillage Land, now in the occupation of Mrs Davies as annual tenant at a rental of JE160 per annum. The farm is about 1 miles distant from Whitney Station, is well watered and sheltered, and in a good state of cultivation. Lot 2.—The Freehold Farms known as FFOSRHYS and PENBRYN, situate in the Parishes of Talgarth and Llanelieu, in the occupation of Mr David James, of an area of 21a. Or. 2p.. and let at £ 20 per annum, with an extensive right of sheep walk on the Black A-louiitai,i adjoining. Lot 3.—All those FOUR FREEHOLD COTTAGES situate at Ciltwrch, near Glasbury- on-Wye, now 'in the occupation of Messrs Frank Prosser, George Stanley, John Davies and Frederick Price, at the annual rentals of Y,3 10s. Od. each. For further particulars apply to Mr R. T. Griffiths, Solicitor, Hay, or to the Auctioneers, Castle Street. Brecon. In the High Court of Justice Chancery Division. Kearns v. Beech.' BRECONSHIRE. MESSRS. DEBEXHAM, TEWSON AND CHINNOCKS (in conjunction with Mr. HOWELL POWELL) will Sell at the Wellington Hotel, Brecon, on FRIDAY. JULY llth, the valuable FREEHOLD STOCK FARM ALLT ARNOG," Mertliyr Cynog, on the main road from Brecon to Builth, and occupying an elevated position in the beautiful valley of the Honddu. It comprises a farmhouse, buildings and about 234a. Ir. 26p. of good pasture and arable land, extending along the banks of the River Honddu, together with hillside pasture and woodland and a sheep-walk on Eppynt Mountain. LQ £ at £ 140 per annum. Particulars of Messrs. J. XICHOLLS and SOX, Solicitors, 12. Old Jewhy Chambers, E.C., 2 of :I1:. HOWELL POWELL, Land Agent, Brecon and of the Auctioneers, 80, Cheapside, E.C., 2.. and 29, St. James's Square. S.W. 1. WELLINGTON HOTEL, BRECON. Sale of Gas and other Shares. \/J ESSRS. MILLER, POWELL & CO ■ have received instructions to offer by Public Auction, at the above place, ON FRIDAY, the 19th JULY, 1918, at 3-15 p.m., the following Shares LOT 1.—15 925 ( £ 13 paid) Shares in the j Breconshire Coal and Lime Company, Ltd. LOT 2.—Ten £ 25 (£ 1i; paid) Shares in the Breconshire Coal and Lime Company. Ltd. LOT 3.—Five original £ 10 Shares in the Brecon Gas Company. LOT 4.—Five New* Shares in the Brecon Gas Company. LOT 5.-Five 4 per cent. Preference Shares in Brecon Gas Company. For further particulars apply to Howell Powell, Auctioneer and Valuer, Brecon. BRECONSHIRE. SALE OF A VERY DESIRABLE FREEHOLD FARM. I MESSRS. MILLER, POWELL & CO. have received instructions to offer for Sale by Public Auction, at the WELLINGTON HOTL. BRECO:N, On FRIDAY. JULY 19th. 1918, At it p.m., subject to Conditions,"the most de- sirable Freehold Farm known as MIDDLE PENLLANAFEL. in the Parish of Llangorse. in the County of Brecon, situated about 11 miles from the Village of Llangorse, now let to Mr Roes Davies at the rental of £ 126 per annum. I For further particulars apply to H. F. W. Harries. Esq.. Solicitor, Brecon, or to the Auctioneers. Castle Street, Brecon. I Sales by A uctlon. By Messrs. Miller and Powell. BOROUGH OF BRECON. Sale of Freehold Dwelling Houses. MESSRS. MILLER, POWELL & co. received instructions to offer for Sale A Public Auction, at the WELLING^' ( HOTEL, BRECON, < On FRIDAY, the 19th JULY, at 3 p-O.- All those Three Freehold Dwelling Houses, be^l Nos. 33,34 & 35. ORCHARD^TREET, LL/ FAES, BRECON, in the respective occupati"^ of Messrs. R. W. Musk, W. Parry, and Griffiths as monthly tenants. e For further particulars apply to tb Auctioneers, Castle Street. Brecon. TREDUSTAN, near Talgarth. THE FREEHOLD COTTAGE known f COURT-Y-GOLLEN. and now let to W Arthur James, with the Garden belong1' thereto, will be offered for Sale bv Put"1 Auction, at the WELLINGTON HOTl> BRECON. On FRIDAY, the 19th JULY, at 3 J For particulars apply to Messrs Jeffreys ;111 Powell, Solicitors, Brecon, oibto the Auctioneer5 MILLER. POWELL&Ca By Messrs. Stephenson & Alexander, Under instructions from the Right Hon. LOfO GIanusk. BRECONSHIRE. (Near to the town of Brecon, in the tfsjj Valley, and in close proximity to Talyllyn llJJ Talybont Stations.) Valuable FREEHOLD AGRICULTURAL ESTATES KM OWN AS The Peterstone Court and TrebinShurt Estates 2,500 Acres, 0 Roods, 0 Perohes (or thereabouts). MESSRS STEPHENSON & ALEXANDEJt (F.A.I.) are instructed to Sell by AuctiO at the CASTLE HOTEL, BRECON, Otl FRIDAY, JULY 5th, 1918, at 2 o'clock in tmo afternoon, the above FREEHOLD ESTATES, a which for the purposes of Sale will be dividej into the following Lots, and comprise the Farms and Lands known as :— Lot a. r- j' 1 Penkelly Court Farm 143 2 Penkelly Mill 8 3 3 The Royal Oak Public House, ,)y Penkelly 0 4 Stable, Penkelly Village 0 5 Tynewydd Farm 130 0 6 Dolymaes Farm 314 ')- 7 Meadow, Groesfford 7 1 8 do. do. 1 1 9 do. do. 2 0 f 10 do. do.1 0 JJ 11 Meadows do. 5 I).J 6 t 12 Quarry Field. Groesfford 0 34 13 Land, Llechfaen Tyfry 3 '■) „ 14 Plantation, Dolvinaes 10 1 15 Millbrook Farm 99 3 16 Millbrook Mill 11 0 21; 17- TramrOad Cottage 7 0 :1 18 Highgrove Farm and Wood 190 1 f 19 Greenwav and Slade Farms # ( and Wood 325 2 J. 20 Manest Court Farm 317 3 2 21 The New Inn, Llanhamlach 4 2 1 ■; 22 Brynllici Farm 242 3 23 Land, Talyllyn j 8 1 24 do. 2 2 J 25 Land. Llangorse Village 11 0 26 Rent charge JE25 per annum :< B. & M. Rly. 27 do. 28 Middlewood Farm and Wood. 197 2 29 Trebinshun Farm and Woffcls 205 3 30 Saw Mill Cottages 0 a 31 Meadow. Trebinshun 5 3 32 Land, The Allt 8 1 33 Land and Wood. The Glyn J Valley 62 3 The various properties are situate witbilf short distances from the market town °0 Brecon, are in excellent repair, are well farme and comprise some of the best Holdings in be County of Brecon. All are well watered and are in close proximity to Talybont and Talyllyn 8tati0J1 (Brecon and Merthyr Railway). Plans. Particulars and Conditions of Sale illly be obtained upon application to Messrs. LEE «• PEMBERTONS, Solicitors. 44, Lincoln's lnf Fields, London, W.C. J. H. FURMEDG# Esq.. Glanusk Estate Office, Ci,iokhov;el" Breconshire, or to the AUCTIONEERS, [}, High Street, Cardiff. v Bj Sr. T. J. Phillips Monday, July 8th.—Talybont Auction Mart. Tuesday, July 9th.—Brecon Market. <jL, Monday, July 15th.—Hay Mart. r' T Tuesday, July IGth.-Bl'econ Market. 1 October.—Annual Foal Sboiv,, aiio. Sale 1 Brecon. < TALYBONT MARTr MONDAY, JULY 8th. 1918. iH Fat and Store Stock. Grading at 10-30 a.ø., Entries solicited. "TI BRECON MARKET. f TUESDAY. JULY 9th, 1918. J Fat and Store Stock.. Grading at 9-30 Entries solicited. T. J. Phillips, Auctioliee", Office: 14. Ship Street. Brecon. i