Tn:i BRECON POSTING and LIVERY STABLES LION STREET. 8„. Ea Wagonettea, Landaus, and Vehicles of every description. Smart Wedding Eqnipages. td,ldern Hearses and Moorning Ooachea. lyj have given onr customers complete I ^^otion for nearly 50 years and reepectfnlly I Yunr patrcnage. I D. J. MEDCALFE, Proprietor, i
MEAT SHORTAGE. MEREDITH & SONS, THE STORES, BRECON, For Tinned and Potted Tongues, Salmon, Sardines, Herrings, Prawns in Oil and Tomato Sauce d lowest prices. No coupon required for Fish or Fish'Pastes.
i?- Marriages, and Deaths.. i# t i, MARRIAGE. of -DAVI -At the Priory Church, *1 M-eCo! 'J-v special license, on Jul}- Oth. P* Girlie" Talmage (eldest daughter of ft v. C. Talmage) to Lieut. T.. Davies. *Port. < tj IN MEMORIAM. to'1an(^ honoured memory of our dear d' "rl Joe Hicken (Brecknocks) who o ;2for his country on July 12th, 1917. aged ) ()*-Alot,her aiid Dad. < i, ffhrist shall clasp the broken chain ser where we meet again." h"^ ')UT loving memory of Joe. who died for Id" He C0Ulltry July 12th. 1917, aged 20. »ot stop to reason, nt hen first the war began, gj ^.Jent and did his duty, JI th a s°M'er :U1^ '1 man. ft 1 e bloom of youth God took him, ft o: th pride of his boyhood days, t ki ew him but to love him. t 0 e mentioned his name but with praise. From Brothers Harry and Will. .L
4 8/ ^^at/ofis Vacant and Wanted. J. V^EXTICE Wanted, to the Printing .¡J Ik rade.—Apply Manager, "County Times," It. O'^K-GEXERAL. — Strong experienced i ()lJ.' girl re(iuired.—Mrs Adcock. Warwick v -Brec()n. y C^^IIST.—Wanted a Young Lady Assist- 1 ^dnL-'r11 of S°()d education and address.— ■j ^^j^Stantot). Chemist, Brecon. tPERIEXCED Cook Housekeeper Wanted irf ^uly inth for Brecon wages £ 40 to £ 50. *kri*e Mrs. Kennard. Cornwall Lodge, ,st t<* mton Hill, Surrey. —-—- >■ ERIEXCED Upper and Under House ~l Wanted, .7ul\' 10th, for Brecon, d Wl ^"ages.—Write Mrs. Kcunard, Cornwall P Kingston Hill, Surrey. jlj (j^ERAL (good) wanted for farm house.— )!' Lowell, Wigmore Grange, Leintwardine. $$^rdshire. n^'SEMAID (good) Wanted at once, with Hslit knowledge of waiting at table to ^sS.s lilde,- housekeeper in country good rif Box Sells. Ltd., 1(;8. Fleet •■i kl.! K''1 lJ "v ^HEXMAID Wanted. July 10th, for K Jj e°on- go°d wages and outings.—Write j ^i|j rs- Ken nard. Cornwall Lodge, Kingston fj ^Urrev. p I -—: — Clerk.—Good opening in Brecon for r ^n'V0Ull« ^dy with aptitude for book- —Pl»ly by letter Box i:q, "County & ^^<l^ffice, Brecon. "0 'JATIOX Vacant.—July 31st, Wanted i 'lff-ff^'00t^ General soldier's, sailor's widow Pj l°ocirre< no objection one child; plain cooking; dp le^ereuces essential country. 2a miles eyery consideration to good maid.— i l1ai'ticulars. wages, photo, to Mrs. fi Douglas. The Hollies," Wateringburv, £ jvj^oiie. Kent. J U' ^Fl L Xurse requires situation, country ^ij(i < deferred experienced with joung f Applv X.P., "Brecon County Times," Jj \v; » ■/ 'V^^TED at once, capable General three in family.—Apply Mrs Leonard, ^is. Breoo, (J M/^XTED superior (iirl for general work pi" P41\:(: stnall private house quiet, comfortable <p r^ilvies, Clifton House, Hay. VV^XED General Servant (temporary).— » /Jangynidr Rectory, Crickhowell. vvaxxed s tuation as Clerk, b\- young ((/'My with knowledge of book-keeping.— ^°x LI.. County Times Office.' vV^'Tkd immediately, four experienced -fit r "^ftiber Fellers.—ApiJy D. W. Havard. 1 -<i!2!^DevTnock. k uTED- »00<i respectable Girl for farm- Ji>})}v ^use, age 15 to 17 good home.— EVfuis, Moorcot Farm, Lvonshall, d. I | ,^r« Ernest W. Baker (^ '"J HoyiU College of Organist*). ? !^an,st ;ind Choirmaster Priory Church. It BRECOX. }p eceiye^Pupils for Pianoforte. Organ, Singing, Theory, &c. f tt 1111>le Classes for the Practice of Chamber Music. SCHOOLS YISITEDV terms apply—19, The Struet. Br econ. For Sale and Wanted. GAS ENGINE, I h.p. working up to ]J h.p., for sale cheap believed to be in good running order removal easy, railway goods yard only half-a-mile away.—Apply Manager, "County Times" Office, Brecon. FORD Car Wanted.—Price and particulars to 04. Penylan Road, Cardiff. FOR SALE, newly calved Shorthorn Dairy Cow, second calf.—Apply W. S. Miller. Forest Lodge, Brecon. FOR SALE. « Tons of Oat Straw also a good Hay Loader.—F. Risdon, Llangoed, Llyswen. NANNY GOATS! Old English breed, For Sale bred from selected milking strains. —A. B. Smith. Goat Farm. Northallerton. WANTED in large quantitj', Meadow Saffron. Whole plant, leaves and bulbs, price 8d. per lb. Must be sent by passenger train, carriage paid. Carriage allowed for.—To William Ransom and Son. Ltd., Manufacturing Chemists, Hitchin, Herts. t ——— To Let and Wanted. ) BRECON.—Furnished House to Let, six j weeks from August 1st six bedrooms, two sitting rooms, kitchen, gas cooker, bath- room, &c.- Box 111, "County Times" Office, Brecon. COTTAGE and Gardau to Let in Llechfaen. —Apply Davies, Upper Farm, Llechfaen. pARMHOUSE Apartments.—Dining Room F and 2 Bedrooms to Let in modern farm- house every convenience beautifully situated, 2-J miles from Brecon moderate terms.— Apply, W. J. Knight, Stationer, Struet, Brecon. TO Let, from February 2nd next, Lane Farm, Bryngwyn, Radnorshire, 230 acres.—Apply. Charles Butcher, Estate Office, I Glasbury. I W/ANTED a small room as an Office in Brecon near the centre of the town.— Apply, stating rent. &c.. Box X., "County Times," Brecon. WILL anyone exchange a House at or near Hay. Bwlch, or Glasbury, for five weeks from August 1st, with one at Purley, Surrey. Half-hour London. Direct train and bus service.—Talfourd Jones, Purley, Surrey. Miscellaneous. DIP.—Stanton's Dips, Powder and Liquid, *— best of all at best prices. — Stanton, Veterinary Chemist, Brecon. HORNSBY'S Binder, 5 feet, For Sale just overhauled, in good working order price 35 guineas.—Apply, J. Jones, Ironmonger, Crickhowell. TP.-Slieel) Dips at Stanton's. Stanton's Dips, Powder and Liquid, Cooper's Dips, McDougall's Dip, finest Red Raddle. Best Value. Best Prices. — Stanton, Yeterinary Chemist, Brecon. |V4 AGGOT LOTION.—Look before coming to 7 ■ Market whether Maggot .Lotion is needed, and if so call at Stanton's. Is. bottles, 10s. doz —Stanton. Veterinary Chemist, Brecon. OLD style brushes are injurious to the hair. Why use them when the TATCUO HAIK HR.AI.TK BIU'SJI can be had free of charge ? Send a post card for particulars to Tatcho Laboratories. 5. Great Queen street, Kingsway, London, W.C. 2. pIANO BARGAINS.—Gors and Kallman Upright Grand X60 Farrand Upright A:54 Bishol) Upright Y,24 Collard and Collard Grand jElOO Weber Upright (when new 90 guineas) 165 all instruments delivered carriage paid. Write for complete catalogue and bargain list to C. Milsom & Son, Ltd., The Great West of England Piano House, 15, Milsom Street, Bath. RENNET.—Always the same. Always good. always reliable is Stanton's Rennet. —Stanton. Veterinary Chemist, Brecon. RHODE Island Red Cockerels for Sale, Measure's strain, early hatched, 15s. (id. each White Leghorn Cockerels. 10s. 6d. each First Cross Flemish Giant-Belgian Hare Buck, 12s, Od.—Mrs Sandys Thomas, Llan- thomas, Hay. • PULLETS (laying), 10s. each, iCi, dozen ducks same price 12 Chicks and mother 30s. stamp for list. Hummell, Poultry Breeder, Stratford, Essex. -+- Scorn M \T r UK.—Scour in Calves, a great I 11 source of loss of valuable animals, is cured by a few doses of Stanton's Scour Mixture. Is. Gd. and 2s. 6d. bottles.—Stanton, Veterinary Chemist, Brecon. — A comprehensive little book on First Aid, written by Dr. H. W. Gell, has been published by Christr. Thomas & Bros. Ltd., Broad Plain, Bristol, who will be pleased to send a copy to any applicant sending two penny stamps for postage. &c. PUBLIC NOTICES. GUILD HALL, BRECON. Once Nightly at 7-30. The Most Sensational Attraction. FOR THREE NIGHTS ONLY. Commencing JULY 15th. TH GREAT BAIRNSFATHER PLAY "THE BETTER 'OLE." By CAPT. BAIRNSFATHER and CAPT. ELIOT. Music by HERMAN DAREWSKI. Full Company of over Twenty Artistes. From the Oxford. London, where it is being played twice daily to thousands of people. Important to Farmers. CAPt. YORWERTH, of the South East Forage Department, Cardiff, has arranged to address A FARMERS' MEETING at the SHIRE HALL, BRECON, On FRIDAY, the 19th JULY, 1918, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, on the Regulations for the sale or disposal of Hay and Straw crops for the years 1918-19. m It is to be hoped all interested will attend. NOTICE. WOMEN'S LAND ARMY- BRECONSHIRE SECTION. MISS HILDA VAUGHAN, Organising Secretary of the Women's Land Army for the county, will be leaving Breconshire for month, at the request of the Women's Branch of the Food Production Dept., in order to speak at Land Army recruiting meetings. All communications referring to the Land Army in this county should be addressed, as usual, to the Organising Secretary, 5, Glanirfon Terrace, Builth Wells, where they will be dealt with, during Miss Yaughan's absence, by a temporary Assistant. Hay Rural" District Food Control Committee. The Milk (Prices) Order 1917 No. 939 and Amendment Order, 1918. IVOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the above Committee has fixed the maximum retail price of Milk for July and August. 1918, at 5d. per quart, delivered or undelivered. The attention of Milk Vendors and the public is respectfully drawn to Paragraph 1 of the Order, as follows :— 1. "No person shall directly or indirectly sell. or offer for sale, or buy, or offer to buy any Milk at prices exceeding the maximum prices provided by or ill pursuance of this Order." JAMES GUNTER, Executive Officer. Dated this 211d day of July. 1918. Hay Rural District Local Food Control Committee. The Sugar (Domestic Pre- serving) Order, 1918. Notice to Holders of Sugar Permits issued under the above Order. ATTENTION is drawn to Paragraph 5 of the Order, as follows :— 'kAny person who shall have acquired any such Sugar and who for any cause is there- after unable to use or fails to use the same for the purpose for which it was issued, I shall notice of the fact forthwith to the Food Committee, and shall hold such .Sugar j at the disposal of the Committee." Any Permit Holder coming within the terms of Paragraph 5 as quoted above, is re(itiested-to, i%-e immediate notice, in writing, ¡ to the Food Office. Glasbury, in any case i), later than WKKNKSDAV, 17th Jn.v, ) j stating the surplus he holds. I JAMES GUNTERJ. Executive Officer. July 2nd. 1918. PUBLIC NOTICES. IN CONNECTION WITH THE FhOWER SHOW fo JiK HKr.I) AT GTSRTM HOUSE, On Wednesday, July 31st, there will be a for the BEST atid the BEST LADLE ANI> SPOON, with prizes of [1/- and 2/G for each competition. It is open to all districts with an entrance fee of 6d. For full particulars apply to Mrs. ALEc WILSON, Garth House, Garth. Breconshire. I The Show is open free to all Visitors from 2-30 on July 31st. Tea 6d. BRECONSHIRE WAR AGRICULTURAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. NOTICE TO FARMERS. FARMERS requiring Substitutes for Agri- culturists released for Military Service c are requested to send their applications to the I Secretary to the District Committee. The names and addresses of the District Secretaries I are as follows:- BRECON: I- E. Pettifor. Castle Street, I Brecon. BUILTH :—J. S. Davies. Silverdale, Builth I Wells. CRICKHOWELL R. P. Griffiths, St Edmund's, Crickhowell. HIRWAIN .—J. B. Young, Brynawelon, Hir- wain. LLANWRTYD — Rhys Williams, 2, Irfou ) Crescent. Llanwrtyd Wells. SENNYBRIDGE W. Williams. Bryncelyn, j I" Sennybridge. TALGARTH W. Guuter. New House, j I Bronllys, Talgarth. T>LYBONT :-J. Cuthbert, School House, I Talybcmt. AYN AYNOR :—Matthew Owen, Gwynfryn, Cefn Coed. YSTRADGYNLAIS Victor Taylor. Food Control Office, Ystradgynlais. TO RESTORE THE EYESIGHT To Restore the Hearing. A NEW SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY. The greatest discovery of the age for the cure of eye affection of everj kind and at all stages. Short Sight, Cataract, Fatigued Eyes, Cross Eyes, Cloudy Vision, In- flamed and Watery Eyes made clear and strong. Strained eyes caused by constant Concentration on fine work, such as Metal En- graving, Watchmaking, Dress- making, become strong and headaches disappear. lndispen- sable to those whose daily; occupations are under artificial light, COLLIERS IN PARTICU- UAR. Loom workers constantly itaring at vibrating fibres and colours of various hues. Eye Exerciser" (Patented in Great Britain and on the Continent), in- vented by James Williams, 10, Beech road, Birkenhead. Those that are troubled with defective hearing and noises in the head will do wise in con- sulting Mr Williams. In case of correspondence enclose stamped addressed e avelope. Kinver Villa, Rhyd, i Tredegar, Mon„ Dear Sir,- Sept. 17th, 1917. I consider it my duty to testify to the material benefit that I have derived from the uso of your Eye Exerciser." Having suffered with my eyes for over 36 years, and consulted in the meantime the principal Oculists in London Liverpool Manchester, and Birmingham, which was all of no avail, as my sight continually de. teriorated. At last I was informed by an eminent Oculist that I was becoming blind, the idea of which was a great upset to me. Under these circumstances I was induced to go to you for treatment (which was about 20 months ago), after which, I am glad to say, my sight immediately began tc improve, and has continued to do so ever since. I remain, sir, Yours gratefully, W. Williams. James Williams, Esq., I 10, Beech-road, Birkenhead. I Rhonclda Valley, Nov. 4th, 1915. I I feel I must give James Williams, Esq., Birkenhead, a testimonial for what he did for me. I was practically blind, and had tried the hospital and several doctors, but when I went to him he told me, You will be working again within a mouth," and I was at work a day or two before the month i was up. I had tried so many things. I had just bought a house. It's a loan of 'money I had to go and see Mr Williams. But what a blessed loan it was. I laughed up my sleeve When he promised me a recovery. But here I am. a real wonder to all who knew my sad plight. There is a certain reason for my action in not disclosing my name publ:c'y, but the Rev. E. W. Davies, Too, and I David Thomas, J P., To-i Ventre, know my case well, and they will bear their testimony to the truth of my recovery. Yea, and a very wonderful recovery it was. Words cannot express my thanks. Signed by'the SufTerer. The signature is only to be used by Williams himself; not for publication. • Rhydvfantwn, nr. Cardigan, Feb. 21,1910. Mr WilliiUns.. j Mr Williams. Dear Sir,—Your Eye Exerciser has done wonders to niy eye-sight. j I have been in the Infirmary, and,I have tried the doctors j ill I had gone nearly b'.ind. However, after using your Eye Exerciser" for a short time, I am glsid to say that I am able to read my Bible now without the aid of glasses. Yours !aithfu!ly, Thomas George. TOUR FOR JULY and AUGU8T, 1918. • Consulting Hours—10 to 12 a.m. and 2 to 10 p.m. July 12-Shakespeare Comnercial (Temp.) Hotel, Corn] mercial rcUArrefoi d. „ 13—Priory Private^otel, Abergavenny. 15—Waverley Hotel, Crane-street, Pontypool. „ 16—Coburg Hotel, Stow Hill, Newport. 17-Waverley Hotel, Tredegar. I „ 13—New Lion Hotel, Brecon. k „ 19—Central Hotel, Merthyr Tydvil. „ 20 & 22-County Hotel, Pontypridd. f NOTE.—This will be the only annaancement in this paper of Mr Williams's visits. I I II inni I ir-jj [j CElalaULaTSR [ Shirts, Vests & Pants. = I u u The genuine Cellular Cloth from which these garments are made is woven so that u it is full of air-containing Cells (note r diagram). These air cells keep the body at at even temperature in all seasons and prevent chills. There are imitation fabrics which are woven to contain small holes, such cloths are porous but not cpiiular, u for they have no cells which contain air. At Watts' you will secure these durable, healthful, cellular garments and you will = be delighted with the comfortable protection = and good service they render. Shirts, 5/6, 6/6. Vests and Pants, G/6. Drawers, 4/11.. U [1 WMh&m J Opposite X1 BRECON^ LJ n n —1» ■<"><-)■ 'i ii k IT IS DIFFERENT quite different-after taking a few doses of Heechain's Pills. The low-spirited condition caused by derangement of the diges ive organs gives place to a welcome sensation of bright- ness and better tone the depression which accompanies many forms of dyspeptic trouble* is banished, and a feeling of cheerfulness comes in its stead. In fact, people who take Beecham's Pills generally find their spirits t5 improved and their interest in life stimulated AFTER USING this remarkably efficacious medicine. Beecham's Pills make ail the Ciifference The reason of this pleasant change is perfectly clear. Beeeham's Pills have been specially prepared to act npon the important organs which govern the function of digestion, and which, when out of order, are the cause of so much discomfort and so many ailments That Beecham's Pills do what they were designed to do, and do it admirably, is abundantly-, prov, d by their enormous sale and changeless popularity. It is we 1 to remember, there- fore, that dyspeptic depression disappears, and the outlook grows brighter after taking Beecham's Pills Sold everywhere in boxes, labelled Is 3d and 3s Od. 1 J. E. NOTT & CO., LTD. CAN OFFER FROM STOCK Deering and Albion Mowers I One and Two Horse. The Lightest and Best Machines obtainable. ALSO McCormick & Albion Binders which should be booked early to avoid disappointment. J, E. NOTT & CO., LTD., Brecon & Llandrindod Wells. Wedding Cards. Call and see the Beautiful Designs In Endless Variety at the COUNTY TIMES OFFICB, BRECON.