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Sales by Auction. By Mr. Frank Itowman. HEREFORDSHIRE. ■k&e fertiie Valley of the Wye, between Hereford and Brecon. Mk FRANK NEWMAN is instructed to t. Sell by Public Auction, at the GREEN RAGOX," HEREFORD, < ) WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, JULY 17th and 18th next, fencing each day at 3 o'clock precisely, j, In 89 Lots, IMPORTANT AND EXCEEDINGLY VALUABLE OLD LANDED PROPERTY ( known as THE EARDISLEY ESTATE," S ,:ate in the Parishes of Eardisley, Bredwar- kiu Winforton, Huntington, and ^elchurch-on-Arrow, and having a total ^Of about 3,073a. 2r. 24p., ^e'idinor from the River Wye to the Radnor- Jre Hills, with Eardisley Station practically its Mitre. It is divided into 14 CAPITAL FARMS, hiding the verv well-known AGRICUL- TURAL HOLDINGS called v^islev Park Farm, The Cwmma Farm, Castle Farm, Woods Eaves Farm, kd On Farm, Parsonage Farm, Y Arbour Farm, Penlan Farm, t el!\hwood Farm, Peritve Coed Farm. pequipped with Good Houses, Extensive tor4 Buildings and Workmen's Dwellings, and ^Prising a large area of thoroughly sound, ki Very fertile Grazing and Arable Land, '^ing about .31)1) ACRES OF GRAND FEEDING o MEADOWS r¡ the banks of the River Wye, with about q Miles of GOOD SALMON FISHING. Jhe Lands are very heavily timbered, Oak ■ j j of exceptional quality predominating, number of the former trees being of "kable size. Whe burdens are unusually light, a large tit>u of the Lands are free of Rectorial tuw aild in some cases the charge is merely a >«1 sum. LORDSHIP OF TWO MANORS w ^ill be included, as well as practically B ENTIRE PICTURESQUE VILLAGE OF EARDISLEY, \vith its old half-timbered Cottages, and k portions of the f^lLETS OF "WOODS EAVES" AND 44 HURSTWAY COMMON." lX SMALL PRIVATE RESIDENCES called | Brook House," he Beeches," The Parsonage." Newman's Place," Bridge House." Hurstway Cottage." timber of IDEAL SMALL HOLDINGS h. with Grass Padcfocks and Orchards. FULLY-LICENSED INN called THE TRAM," and %OUS VALUABLE ACCOMMODA- I TION LAXDS m adjacent to Eardisley VifflHfe. 13-Tlie Vendor is willing to lend ap- f purchasers two-thirds of the purchase I 011 Per cent, interest, on K 'je arranged with the Auctioneer, ji ;karticulars anu Conditions of Sale, with attached. may be seen at the place of Sale. Ji ,The New Inn" and Tram Inn," at j k |sley. and may be obtained at 3s. each upon | Co *Caticm to Messrs.' Peake, Bird, Collins & 4 Solicitors, 6, Bedford Row, London, I if• 1 W. H. Hamersley, Esq., Land Agent, (lhouse, near Loughborough and of th.e Pioneer, 34, Savile Row. London, W. 1. v By J. Straker Son and Chadwick. v — °Htnouthshire, Herefordshire and Breconshire. {, Attractive and Important Sale of a ^EHOLD RESIDENTIAL AGRICULTURAL ESTATE ,out 1.060 ACRES, including a picturesque (Jv*'&rgaveiiny family residence and grounds, booking the Vale of the Usk. Hunting, Salmon i!id Ti-ctit Ð'VE VALUABLE FARMS. ACCOMMODATION LANDS. hVYllOn farm, Crickhowell, 3.;3 acres lauds Crickhowell, Great Goitre farm, Gros- U!¡t. 247 acres Upper Goitre, 154 aeres e Farm' Grosmont, 211) acres Trefedw* Pandy, 264 acres Great House farm, it," G3 acres and LittM Skirrid |> which iU STRAKER SON & CHADWICK (F.A.I.) IH aFe instructed to Offer by Auction (sub- t° Conditions of Sale), at the ANGEL ^EL, ABERGAVENNY, at 2-45 in the J^ioon, on v ^SDAY, the 23rd day of JULY, 1918. Plans may be inspected at, and all ^j0}>1*iation, Sale Particulars and Conditions of obtained from the Auctioneers, Aber- l111y, or of # Messrs. Gwilym James, Charles & Davies, Solicitors, 57/53, High Street, Merthyr Tydfil. r CATHEDINE. )t'l" ^f^itary Cross Award.—Captain F. D. lPR, 8th Royal Berkshire Kegt., has been ded the Military Cross. h Sales by Auction. By Mr F. 6. Price. July 11 th.-Sale of Freehold Meadows at Crown Hotel, Hay. July 15th.—Hay Auction Mart. Preliminary. HAY, BRECONSHIRE. Important Sale of Valuable Freehold Meadow with STABLE and BUILDINGS, &c., situate at Penymaes, Hay, on THURSDAY, JULY 11th, 1918, at the CROWN HOTEL, HAY. Francis Geo. Price, Auctioneer. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer, or Messrs. D. W. E. and M. F. Thomas, Solicitors, Castle Street, Brecon. — I. Public Notices. I IN CONNECTION WITH THE fThOWER SHOW GTSFTTM HOUSE, On Wednesday, July 31st, there will be a COMPETITION" for the BEST WAEKJNC; STICK and the BEST LADLE AND SrooN, with prizes of 5/- and 2/6 for each competition. It is open to all districts with an eijtraiiae fee of (id. For full particulars apply to Mrs. ALEC WILSON, Garth House, Garth, Breconshire. The Show is open free to all Visitors from 2-30 on July 3ist. Tea 6d. BRECONSHIRE WAR AGRICULTURAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. NOTICE TO FARMERS. FARMERS requiring Substitutes for Agri- culturists released for 'Military Service are requested to send their applications to the Secretary to the District Committee. The names and addresses of the District Secretaries are as follows :— BRECON R. E. Pettifor, Castle Street, Brecon. BUILTH :—J. S. Davies, Silverdale, Builth Wells. CRICKHOWELL R. P. Griffiths, St. Edmund's. Crickhowell. HIRWAIN J. B. Young, Brynawelon, Hir- wain. LLANWRTYD — Rhys Williams, 2, Irfon Crescent, Llanwrtyd Wells. SENNYBRIDGE :—W. Williams, TJryncelyn, Sennybridge. TALGARTH W. Gunter, New House. Bronllys. Talgarth. TAL YBOXT J. Cuthbert, School House, Talybont. VAYNOR :—Matthew Owen, Gwynfryn, Cefn Coed. YSTIlADGYNLAIS: Victor Taylor, Food Control Office. Ystradgynlais. BRECONSHIRE WAR AGRICULTURAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. WAR AGRICULTURAL VOLUNTEERS IT has been decided to enrol men for Agri- cultural Work who comply to the following conditions :— (1) Men who have not attained the age of 45 years at the date of application for enrolment if in medical categories B 3, C 3, or Grade 3. years at the date of application for enrolment if in medical categories B 3, C 3, or Grade 3. (2) Men who have attained the age of 45 years, who are in any medical category. No men will be accepted for enrolment who are employed whole-time in agriculture or its accessory indu stri e s. Whilst enrolment as a War Agricultural Volunteer does not in itself afford protection from Military Service, the Ministry of National Service have arranged that so' long as a man continues to be engaged in the employment at which lie is directed to work as a War Agri- cultural Volunteer, he will for the present, on application to the Assistant Director of National Service, be protected from liability to be called up for Military Service.. Persons who wish to become enrolled as War Agricultural Volunteers should immediately apply to the Executive Committee, he Elms, Struet. Brecon, from whom further particulars can be obtained: Farmers who desire to avail themselves of the services of War Agricultural Volunteers should intimate their requirements to the Executive, Committee. Important Notica to Farmers, School Children and Harvest Work. BRECON, BUILTH, DEVYNOCK, HAY AND TALGARTH DISTRICTS. THE Breconshire Education Committee are prepared to release Children over 12 years of age attending schools in the above- named districts, for agricultural work during I C, the hay and corn harvests. Farmers who desire to withdraw their owu or employ other children for this purpose should apply at once for permission to the Head Teacher of the School. A. LEONARD, Secretary Breconshire Education Committee. Brecon, i July 2nd, 1918. J Public Notices. COUNTY OF BRECON. DISEASES OF ANIMALS ACTS, 1894 to 191-1. Sheep Dipping (England and South Wales) Order of 1915. COMPULSORY DIPPING OF SHEEP. |\ OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the above Order made by the Board of Agri- culture and Fisheries on the 1st day of April, 1915, is still in force. The Order prescribes for the compulsory dipping of sheep throughout an extended area, comprising the whole of the County of Brecon, during a period commencing on the 15th day of July, and ending on the 31st day of August, subject to certain exceptions set out in the Order. Copies of the said Order can be seen at the County Hall, Brecon, and at the Chief Police Stations in the County. HENRY F. W. HARRIES, Clerk to the County Council. County Hall, Brecon, 25th Juue, 1918. COUNTY OF BRECON. Tenders for General County and Police Printing and Advertising. P)ERSONS desirous of Contracting for r PRINTING and ADVERTISING for one year from the 1st August, 1918, to 1st August, 1919, determinable on one month's previous notice being given to the Contractor, are requested to send me Tenders for the same on or before ten o'clock a.m. on Monday, the 15th day of July, 1918. The Tenders for Advertising must state the price per inch depth, single column, per insertion. Particulars and all necessary information will be given on application at my Office at the I County Hall, where the forms also can be seen. HENRY F. W. HARRIES, Clerk of the County Council. County Hall, Brecon, 25th June, 1 J18, BUILTH UNION. Registrar of Births and Deaths and Vaccination Officer. COLWYN SUB-DISTRICT. TEE uardians of this Union invite appli- ■ cations for the appointment of Registrar of Births and Deaths and Vaccination Officer for the above sub-district, consisting of the following ten parishes :—Aberedw, Bettws Disserth, Cregrina, Disserth and Trecoed, Llanbadarn-y-garreg, Llaudrindod Rural, Llandrindod Urban, Llansaiutfraed in Elvel, Llanfaredd and Rhulen. The fees from the above offices average approximately JElO per annum. Applications (with two testimonials) stating qualifications, age, &c., in Candidaics'' own luuniwrHiug, must reach me not later than 12 noon on Friday, the 5th July proximo. The appointment will be made OIl the 8th July, 1918, and the person appointed will be required to commence duties immediately the sanction of the Registrar General has been received to his appointment. The appoiuinrcni icilf be for the duration of the ivar. W. W. LENNARD, Union Offices, Deputy Clerk. Builth Wells, 27th June, J 918. He Howell Phillips deceased. PURSUANT to the Act of Parliament of the 22nd and :¿rd Vict. 35 Notice is hereby given that all creditors and other persons having .any debts claims or demands against the estate of Howell Phillips late of Neuadd Farm Scethrog in the County of Brecon Farmer deceased (who died on the 28th day of April 1917 and whose will was proved in the Hereford District Registry of the Probate Division of His Majesty's High Court of Justice on the 27th day of June 1918 by David Williams Price of Nantyrharn Cray in the County of Brecon Farmer and Stephen Davies of Nantybeidy Farm Cray aforesaid Farmer the Executors therein named) are hereby required to send in the particulars of their debts claims or demands to me the undersigned the Solicitor for the said Executors on or before the 10th day of August 1918 after which date the said Executors will proceed to distribute the assets of the said deceased amongst the persons entitled theretolaving regard only to the claims and demands of which they shall have then had notice and they will not be liable for the assets of the said deceased or any part thereof so distributed to any person or persons of whose debts claims or demands they shall not then have had notice. Dated this 29th day of June, 1918. GEORGB TUDOR, Lion Street, Brecon, Solicitor for the said Executors.

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