BRECON costing anci UVERY STABLES LION STREET. ea ^Rgonettea, LandauB, and Vehicles of every description. &hri ~mart Wedding Equipages. v ern HearseB and Mourning Coaches. kaVe given our ouBtomera complete t$A,,40ti^-n for nearly 50 years and reapectfally htlr patrcnage. D. J. MEDOALFE, Proprietor.
MEAT SHORTAGE. MEREDITH & SONS, THE STORES, BRECON, For Tinned and Potted Tongues, Salmon, Sardine". Herrings, Prawns in Oil and Tomato Sauce rt lowest prices. No coupon required for Fish or Fish'Pastes,
Marriages, and Deaths• JT ACKNOWLEDGMENTS. .h 1'. Thomas nd family, 11, Postern, Brecon, wrtia tl thank all the kind friends who sent t. hs and letters of sympathy in their recent ei'eavement. J p Prosser and family, Gelligeloges. Llan- hesire to thank all kind friends who sent l%i1' s. flowers and letters of sympathy in berean,ememt.
-=: __n_ Sitflat/ons Vacant and Wanted. A^ENTICE Wanted, to the Printing & 'l'tade.-Apply Manager, "County Times." II. C^^f-GENERAL. — Strong experienced ^nh ^lrl requiied.—Mrs Adcock, Warwick ^Brecon. —Wanted a Young Lady Assist. g°°d education and address. — Stanton, Chemist, Brecon. GeERAL (good) wanted for farm house.— P-NI-Cil Wigmore Grange, Leintwardine, shire. Ú Q°°D Kitchen Gardener and useful Man W. for grounds wanted good wages and Mrs. G. Davies, Lyston Court, H^ SEMAID (good) Wanted at once, with \t()1'k ¡¡light knowledge of waiting at table to Nte l1nder housekeeper in country good C'^Vrite Box 5f>9„ Sells Ltd., 168, Fleet £ "< ■ RATION Vacant.—July 31st, Wanted ^»°°d General soldier's, sailor's widow ^<3, no objection one child plain cooking; reereIlces essential country, miles h.[1; every consideration to good maid.— Particulars, wages, photo, to Mrs. ^0,i Douglas, The Hollies," Wateringbury, Kent. 8£FrL Nurse requires situation, country c Preferred; experienced with joung '•—Apply N.P., "Brecon County Times," Ranted at once, capable General three L in family.—Apply Mrs Leonard, .teri'ig, Brecon. Vy ^Xrf £ D immediately, four experienced ».limber Fellers.—Apply D. W. Havard, ^Devynock. Vr "^TED-—Discharged Soldier- for bake- o house ancf deliver, or Two Females.— W- Castle Street, Brecon. a*ted7 ilain Cook or Girl not under 18 years to train as cook.—Mrs. Evans, ». near Tenbury, Worcester. *V^^TED, Respectable Person to manage 0<j, Slr>all Country Inn.—Apply, T. T., v^^yTimes." Brecon. Mr^^TED. a strong Girl to learn work Kmall oil engine, work in garden and ^cK ^er 1*0'* V and trap.—Address, Mrs. N22liiWve Ha^ T°1'sg Voman wants situation as Working liou-ekeeper, one or two gentlemen; manager good plain cook good %,e"Ces- — Apply, Miss Jenkins, at Park j^uilth Wells/ \^OP Sale and Wanted. ING SOW For Sale.—Apply Mrs. ^aiidvs Thomas, Llanthomas, Hay, re. D Car Wanted.—Price and particulars Penylan Road, Cardiff. p 7, SALE, i ewly calved Shorthorn Dairy v" secoiid calf.—Apply W. S. Miller. Lo Brecon. rfJp, f &ALE, 8 Tons of Oat Straw also a 'Vvf*0^ Hay Loader.—F. Risdon, Llangoed. V'v*ei, J r; ENGINE, h.p. working up to lw h.p., < Nli °r sa*e c^eaP >' Relieved to be in good f; IS A rder removal easy, railway goods V5V ^alf-a-mile away.—Apply Manager, es" Office, Brecon. N^XY GOATS! Old English breed, For p a f • 'Jl'ed from selected milking strains, >s Smith, Goat Farm, Northallerton. ^NO BARGAINS—Gors and Kallman .t prght Grand Y-60 Farrand Upright k ^aivi BlI"ho,'1 Cpright X24 Collard and W ( Grand £ 100 Weber Upi'ight (when "U ^iv lIguineas) £ 60 all instruments ^tdl0re carriage paid. Write for oomplete M ilnd Wain list to C. Milsom & Son, VSfi V-6 Great West of England Piano \v ^IlIsom Street,# Bath. Ile /V ANTED in large quantity, Meadow ms Saifron. Whole plant, leaves and Nei-0Price per lu- Must be seut ],y t J,.V 'fi~V tr:l'u' carriage paid. Carriage \r ^°r'—0 Ransom and Son, Manufacturing Chemists, Hitchin. Herts. Lost and Found, STRAYED to Canolymaes, Llywel, two-year- old Welsh Ewe since second week of April last. If not claimed within 28 days will be sold to defray expenses. Howells, Pantglas, Trecastle. 0 V — I STRAYED to Abercar, Sennybridge, a Welsh Ewe and Lamb since May 18th ewe marked with small notch above both ears. If not claimed before August 1st will be sold to defray expenses.—S. Davies. _a_- To Let and Wanted. COTTAGE and Garden to Let in Llechfaen. —Apply Davies, 'Upper Farm, Llechfaen. I FARM TO LET.—To be Let from the 29th September, 1018, Blaenesger-fawr Farm, Merthyr Cynog — Further particulars may be ob- tained from B. L. Pritchard, Surveyor, Brecon. FARMHOUSE Apartments.—Dining Room and 2 Bedrooms to Let in modern farm- house every convenience beautifully situated, 2 h miles from Brecon moderate terms.— Apply, W. J. Knight, Stationer, Struet, Brecon. LOUGH & Harrow Inn, Velinfach, near I Brecon, to let with convenient Smithy • attached. Good opening for energetic smith.— I A Apply, Powell, Brewery, Brecon. I TO Let, from February 2nd next, Lane Farm, Bryngwyn, Radnorshire, 230 acres.—Apply, Charles Butcher, Estate Office, Glasbury. TO LET, .Three Meadows (in 3 4ots) of Latter Grass on Upper Tylecrwn up to 2f>th^March next.—Apply to W. Davies. \Y/ANTED a small room as an Office in Brecon near the centre of the town.— Apply, stating rent. &c.. Box X., "County Times," Brecon. Miscellaneous. DIp.-Stantou's Dips, Powder and Liquid, best of all at best prices. Stanton, Veterinary Chemist, Brecon. HENS which don't lay don't pay. Karswood Harmless Spice ensures eggs. Packets 2d., Gel., lil-. Try it.—Frank Cadman, 12, Broad Street, Hay, Hereford. -I HORNSBY'S Binder, 5 feet, For Sale just overhauled, in good working order price 35 guineas.—Apply, J. Jones, Ironmonger, Crickhowell. IP.-Sheel) Dips at Stanton's. Stanton's *— Dips, Powder and Liquid, Cooper's Dips, McDougall's Dip. finest Red Raddle. Best Value, Best Prices. Stanton, Veterinary Chemist, Brecon. MAGGOT LOTION.—Look before coming to Market whether Maggot Lotion is needed, and if so call at Stantou's. Is. bottles, 10s. doz —Stanton, Veterinary Chemist, Brecon. NO dead chicks in pens where Karswood Chicken Po*vder, containing ground in- sects, is used. Packets 2d., Gd., 1,Cadmaii, 12, Broad Street, Hay, Hereford. R EXXET.-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, los. 6d. each White Leghorn Cockerels,. 10s. Gd. each First Cross Flemish Giant-Belgian Hare Buck, 12s. 6d.—Mrs Sandys Thomas, Llan- thomas, Hay. PULLETS (laying); 10s. each, 16 dozen ducks same price 12 Chicks and mother 30s. stamp for list. — Hummell, Poultry Breeder, Stratford. Essex. SCOUR MIXTURE.—Scour in Calves, a great source of loss of valuable animals, is cured by a few doses of Stanton's Scour Mixture. IV 6d. and 2s. Gd. bottles.—Stanton, Veterinary Chemist, Brecon. rHOUSANDS of delighted users praise Tatcho and Tatcho Hair Health Brush. It is free to Tatcho Users. Send a post card for particulars to Tatcho Laboratories, 5, Great Queen Street, Kingsway, London, W.C. 2. MOSQUITOES AND DISEASE. THE Mosquito is growing more and more common. The Mosquito is not only a nuisance in itself but is also ,a fertile carrier of disease. Malaria and other deadly diseases have been proved to be carried by Mosquitoes. The war conditions make the menace of the Mosquito particularly serious this year.. The recent epidemic of Spanish Flu has been traced entirely to Mosquitoes. Messrs. Lawson & Co. (Bristol) Ltd., St. Philip's. Bristol, have issued an excellent little book .telling in simple language the story of the Mosquito and how the Mosquito can be exter- minated from our midst. Our readers by mentioning this journal can have a copy sent- free on request. PUBLIC NOTICES, J Corn Production Act, 1917. Agricultural Wages Board (England and Wales). )1', Minimum Rates of Wages Fixed for Male Workmen in Brecon and Radnor, to come into force n the 22nd .July, 1918. The Agricultural Wages Board (England and Wales), duly established and constituted under Section [j (l) of the above Act and the Regula- tions made by the Board of Agriculture and Fisheries dated the 8th November, 1917, having given the Notice prescribed by the said Act, and having considered all Objections duly lodged with them, and having had regard to the provisions of sub-sections (fi) and (7) of Section 5 of the Act. hereby give notice .as required by subsection (4) of the said Section that they have fixed the following minimum rates of wages for male workmen of 18 years of age and over employed in agriculture for .time-work in the area comprising the administrative counties of Brecknock and Radnor, that .is to say 1. The wages payable for employment in summer (as hereinafter defined) of male work- men in agriculture of 18 years of age and over shall be not less than wages at the minimum rate of 30s for 54 hours. 2. The wages payable for employment in winter (as hereinafter defined) of male work- men in agriculture of 18 years of age and over shall be not less than wages at the minimum rate of 30s for 48 hours. 3. Provided that where a whole-time work- man is employed by thee week or any longer period the wages payable to him for the hours of work agreed between him and the employer z, in any week (excluding hours of overtime employment) shall not be less than 30s., not- withstanding that those hours are less than 54 in summer or 4H in winter. 4. For the purpose of the above rates employment in summer shall be deemed to be employment during the period commencing on the first Monday in March and terminating on I the last Sunday in October and employment in winter shall be deemed to be employment during the rest of the year. 5. The above rates shall apply to all male workmen of 18 years of age and upwards who are wholly or partly' employed in agriculture within the meaning of Section 17 (l) of the Corn Production Act. 1917, .in the above- mentioned area, during such time as they a so employed. G. For the purpose of the above rates the hours of work shall not include mealtimes, but shall include any time during which by reason "of weather conditions an employer has pre- vented from working a workman who was present at the place of employment and ready to work. 7. The above rates shall come into opera- tion on the twenty-second day of July, 1918. Dated this sixteenth day of July, 1918: Signed by order of the Wages Board, F. POPPLEWELL, Agricultural Wages BoarcL Secretary. 80, Pall Maih 'I London. S.W. 1. Applications for Permit of Exemption under the proviso to Section 5 (3) of the Act may be made by employer or worker, and should be addressed to the Secretary, the Brecon and Radnor District Wages Committee, Brynhafren, The Crescent, Newtown, Montgomeryshire, from whom forms of application for Permits can be obtained. Complaints under Section G of the Act should also be addressed to the Secretary, the Brecon and Radnor District Wages Committee, as above. Complaints under Section 7 of the Act should be addressed to the Secretary, the Agricultural Wages Board, (England and Wales), 80, Pall Mall, Londou, S.W. 1. MINISTRY OF FOOD. TEA. Visitors to Holiday Re-orts. PEOPLE who leave home for holidays, and who intend staying in Private Houses or Apartments, should purchase supplies of Tea from the 'Retailers with whom they are regis- tered, before leaving home, as special supplies of Tea to meet the demands of Visitors are NOT being sent to Holiday Resorts. R. J. RHYS, Divisional Commissioner. Cardiff, July loth. — FORM OF STATUTORY NOTICE. separate Building, duly certified for Religious Worship, named ZION BAPTIST CHURCH situated at SeIlllybridge, in the Civil parish of Maescar in the County of Brecon, in Brecknock Registration District^was on 1st July, 1918, registered for solemnizing Marriages therein, pursuant to 6th and 7th Wm. IV. c. H5. Dated the 13th July, 191H. MOLYNEUX F. THOMAS. Superintendent Registrar. i ■ PUBLIC NOTICES. NOTICE OF AUDIT. To the Ratepayers and Owners of Prrty in the Rural District of Btiilth, in the County of Brecon. HEREAS R. G. Woodyatt, Esquire, the VV District Auditor authorized by law to Audit the Accounts of the Receipts and, Expenditure under the Public Health Act, 1875. of us, the Food Control Committee for the above-named District, has appointed- 12 o'clock noon on Wednesday, the 31st day of July, 1918, as the time. and The Workhouse, Builth Wells, as the place, at which the Audit of the said Accounts for the year ended at 31st March, 1918. will be made. WE..the said Food Control Committee, hereby give notice, in pursuance of the said Act, that the Audit of the said Accounts will be made at the time and place so appointed as aforesaid that any Ratepayer or Owner of property in the said District may be present at the Audit, and may make any objection to the said Accounts before the Auditor and that a copy of the said Accounts duly made up and balanced will be deposited in our office at Tegid House, Builth Wells, on "V^ednesday, the 24th I day of July, 1918. and will be open thereat, between the hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., until i the said day of Audit, to the inspection of all persons interested, who will be at liberty to take copies of or ex^acts from the same without fee or reward. Dated this 15th day of July, 1918. W. W. LENNJlRD, Executive Officer. NOTICE* OF AUDT. To the Ratepayers and Owners of Property in the Urban District of Builth Wells, in the County of Brecon. WHEREAS R. G. Woodyatt, Esquire, the District Auditor authorized by law to Audit the Accounts of the Receipts and Expenditure under the Public Health Act, 187:t-)cof us, the Urban District Council for the above-named District, has appointed 12 o'clock noon of Wednesday, the 31st day of July, 1918, as ffie time, and The Workhouse, Builth, as the place, at which the Audit of the said Accounts for the year ended at 31st. March, 191R, will be made. WE, the said District Council, hereby give notice, in pursuance of the said Act, that the Audit of the said Accounts will be made at the time and place so appointed as aforesaid that any Ratepayer or Owner of property in the said District may be present at the Audit, and may make any objection to the said Accounts before the Auditor f and that a copy of the said Accounts duly made up and balanced, together with all the rate books, account books, deeds, contracts, accounts, vouchers, and receipts men- tioned or referred to in such Accounts, will be deposited iii our office at No. 2, Broad Street, Builth Wells, on Wednesday, the 24th day of July" 1918, and will be open thereat, between the hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., until the said day of Audit, to the inspection of all persons interested, 'who will be at liberty to take copies of or extracts from the same without fee or reward. Dated this 15th day of July, 1918. j REGINALD J. OWEN, Clerk to the District Council. TTISDIFFEREN! -ciuite different—after- taking a few doses of Beecliam'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 Beeeham's Pills generally find their spirits improved and their interest in life stimulated AFTER USING this remarkably efficacious medicine. Keeeham's Pills make all the difference! 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 n 21 which, when out of order, are the cause of so much discomfort and so many ailments; That Beechain's Pills do what they were designed to do, and do it admirably, is abundantly provt d by their enormous sale and changeless ( popularity, It is we'l to remember, there- fore, that dyspeptic depression disappears, and the outlook grows brighter after taking Beechom's Pills Sold everywhere in boxes, labelled Is 3d end 3s Oct it ii ioov II ii u u Shirts, Vests & Pants. '< lv VS»>? V VTV;V :< <' u Li n The genuine* Cellular Cloth from which n these garments are made is woven so that = it is full of air-conta>.ning cells (note 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 L ~| such cloths are porous but not cellular, 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, 6/6. Drawers, 4/11. m rim ""it m—n ■> 1 \prTs@») ■ f • Opposite X"BRECOIjX u t "1 j H tOOi II lrji SECOND-HAND FURNITURE. WANTED" to buy privately, for cash, any quantiy f SECOND- W- HAND FURNITURE. Best prices given. FOR SALE various lots. We are always adding to our stock. Don't miss "just what you wanted." Inspection invited at THE ARCADE, BRECON MARKET. BOWN&CO. 33, HIGH STREET, BRECON. I Mr. Ernest W. Baker (Fellow of the Royal College of Organists), Organist and Choirmaster Priory Church, BRECON. Receives Pupils for Pianoforte, Organ, Singing, Theory, &c. e) Ensemble Classes for the Practice of Chamber Music. SCHOOLS VISITED. For terms apply-19, The Struet. Brecon. I 9 Wedding Cards. Call and see the Beautiful Designs In Endless Variety at Ihs COUNTY TIMES OFFICE, BRECON. ir