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BRECON. Missing.—Mr and Mrs Lowe. Newgate Street, have been notified that their son, Pte. Bertie Lowe, is posted as missing.—Mr. and Mrs. Penry Winstone. 32, Struet. have also J been informed that their only son. Private Charlie Winstone, is missing. Pte. Winstone, prior to enlisting, was employed by Messrs. Coppage and Sons, and was well known in the j borough. | Indigestion, Wind, Pains after Meals. Biliousness, Constipation, and all stomach j troubles are cured quickly by taking G-WIMIM'S Alkaline INDIGESTION MIXTUKE. Bottles 1/3, 2,), 3/4. only of Gwn.i.iM^Chemist. Brecon. Personal.—We are glad to hear that Mr T. J. Parry, of Fronwen Terrace. clerk to the Breconshire Insurance Committee and the Brecon County School Governors, is making good progress after an operation at the Brecon Infirmary. Potato Spraying for Preventing Blight.— MEUEDITH & SONS, Ironmongers. Brecon, have a KNAPSAC K SPKAYF.K KOI: HIKE. Lending Library for Llanfae-.—We under- stand a movement to form a lending library for the young people of the parish of St. David's has been started by the Vicar. It is intended to be in full swing by the time winter arrives. TOMATOES, Cue01 I>EKS, and all VEGETABLES fresh daily from our own gardens.—-AI.FI:r.i> QUAIIKEM., High Street. Brecon. Military Cross.—It will be of interest to the large number of Brecon friends of Lieut. P. A. Gaskell, Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, to know that he has been awarded the Military Cross. Lieut. Gaskell served for a considerable time 011 the Western Front in 1914-15. where he was seriously wounded. He is now in Salonika. Charles's Electric Corn Cure cures the worst corn in a few days. 1/3. double size If(j.-I Sole Proprietor, GWII.I.IM, Chemist, Brecon. Prisoners of War on Harvest Work.—A number of prisoners of war are now working in the hay harvest in Breconshire and we under- stand are doing excellent work. There are 411 in camp at Tregunter. 50 are daily expected at Brecon and later on several migratory gangs will I)e-(iitt here. BROCI -OLR, BKUSSEI.S SI'KOUTS, C A U LI FLOW L:I: A II SPUOUTING BRoccof.) PLANTS now ready. strong and sturdy stuff.—MEUEDITH & SONS. BKKOON. Accident. Wilfred Watkins. the eleven years old son of Mr Benjamin Watkins, of 43. Fi ee Street, fell from a tree at Penlan on [ Sunday and fractured a wrist. He is under treatment at the Infirmary. Retirements. Major Sir G. Forestier- Walker. Bart., who has been doing duty at the Bfcnacks from the outbreak of the war, has now retired. Sir George has become almost as j well known in Brecon as if he were an old inhabitant,, and is very much liked both at the Barracks and by the townspeople. Another j retirement is that of Col. Brewer, who has been for some time assisting at the Ministry of National Service office in Bridge Street, and was formerly engaged on recruiting work at the Barracks. On Lea C. Weaver Price, of the Tanks," is home on leave. Minister Leaving.—The Rev. R. G. Thomas, minister of.Kensington Baptist Church. Brecon, and secretary to the Brecon Free Church Council, has been invited to the pastorate of Calfary Church, Brynmawr, and has accepted the invitation. » Influenza.—There are numerous cases of ¡ influenza at Brecon, mostly of a mild type. but one or two rather severe. Death of Former Bank Cashier.—Lieut. T. Mozart Jones, whose death at his home at Tre- castle from the effects of wounds is reported in another coluiliii, well knowy and very much liked at Brecon. He was for some time cashier at the United Counties Bank (now Barclays) and gave valuable help at entertainments as a reciter. He was also a member. of the Brecon Golf Club and the Brecon Sports Club and was a good bowler. Some time before the war he was promoted to the Bristol branch of the United Counties Bank. Sunday School Treats.—-The children attend- ing the Nonconformist Sunday Schools had their annual treat yesterday (Wednesday), when' they were take: to various farms near the town. Playing a different Game. Pte. T. J. Eddols, an old Golf Club caddy, is home on furlough after two years on the Western Front. during which he has seeii much fighting. Infirmary Acknowledgments.—Flowers. M*. I Chambers. H. and E. Davies, Penwern, Mrs. Talbot, Mrs, Parry. Llanspyddid egg.- and flowers, egg -ervice. Lower Chapel, ditto Llangenny eggs. Mil Simon: roses. Park Browne and Miss White strawberries and greens* Mr., Hughes vegetables, Miss Williams, Penpont raspberries and black cur- ranis. Mrs. Davies. Glandwr. Mr. Rich goose- berries'. Miss Davies. Mrs. Quarrell lettuce, Rev. Saunders Jones magazines. Mi* Edwards. Mrs. C. deWinton papers. Mrs. Senior, Miss Tuck, "County Times." L •

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