:II xfummer tfaie m COMMENCING FRIDAY THIS WEEK. I FEW EXAMPLES OF THE VALUE. TO BE OBTAINED. I, siousFS. n 'Vhite Jap Silk, newest styles, all sizes, Uslially 13/1 III, to clear 9/11. Oddments in Poplin and Muslin, Sale price 2f(L IIOSIERY. ^-Excellent value in Black and Coloured t ,°se..Sale price 1 /112 Besses. ^V"hite Yoile and Muslin Embroidered, 33/6, to clear 19/11. PRINT. A huge selection in Light and Dark Patterns below to-day's cost of manu- facture, all three-yard lengths. Sale price 1/9, 2/9. MILLINERY. Our entire Stock of this Season's Models Half-price. SCARVES. Plain and Check Voile and Chiffon, To clear 2/6. ALL GOODS throughout the Shop REDUCED. SU) your Winter Underwear Now. We hold Large Stocks for Ladies and Gentlemen. DAVia JONES & co. TALGARTH. 11 WASTE PAPER firl ^er *or OS* OUa Any Colour or Quality 9s. to 14s. per cwt. for better qualities, — 0 THOS. OWEN & Co., Ltd., Ely Paper Works, CARDIFF. t'ILL LEND BAGS AND PAY CARRIAGE. WRITE FOR FULL PARTICULARS. "!——— !)'!))-))- FOR. url%k& wil n PITWOOD HAULIN6 ■> IT Immediate Delivery 43 TON I j AUSTIN CHASSIS. T & O I RICH AND SONS, I. 1 Motor Engineers. I J B.RBCON,, | Tel. 23. Telegrams Eich, Brecon. 8100. T e 1. 2 Telegrams: Rich, Brecon. ^Jj^kgrauis—• TYLER, BRECON." Telephone—P.O. 15. !:>'p, I I Pl.tmhi'.cr -0. I f<* K. f t l-.fc; i W W *>ow 1 lag- I A. H. TYLER & SON Builders, Decorators, Sanitary Plumbers, Hot Water and Gas Fitters, and General Contractors, BRECON. Shop, Office aed Showroom BULWARK. Hardware Stores LION STREET. Workshops and Yard CANAL BASIN WHARF. i,arge Staff of Competent Tradesmen in all Departments of the Building- Line. Depaitmacis Decorating. Piiimirjg. PaperbaDging. Glaziog. jj Graiaiug and ? Writicg. Picture Framing I Electric arrd I J ¡ i Bells. | [ £ "11* WiI' te1noexP.en3eto ask A. H. TYLER & SON for an sua. ate | ut everyt"'ng complete without subletting, which involves twoprofits. GRATES and BOILERS always in stock and fixed immediately. j I •
PROPERTY SALES AT BRECON. Sales of property by three different firms of auctioneers took place at the Wellington Hotel, Brecon, on Friday afternoon. There was a large attendance and a keen demand for the agricultural lots. MESSRS. DEBENHAM, TEWSON, AND CHINNOCKS. Messrs. Debecham, Tewson and Chiunocks, of 80, Cheapside, London, E.C. (in conjunction with Mr Howell Powell. Brecon), acting by order of the High Court in Kearns v. Beech, first off--red the freehold stock farm, Allt Arnog" at Merthyr Cynog, 234a. lr. "2 Hp., together with hillside pasture and woodland and sheep walk on Eppynt Mountain, let at 9140 per annum. This was sold to Mr Pardoe Thomas, of Newport, Mon., for 92.800. The solicitors acting were Messrs. J. Nicholls and Son, 12, Old Jewry Chambers, E.C. MESSRS. MILLER AND POWELL. Messrs. Miller and Powell, of Brecon, offered property and a number of shares. The freehold farm, Middle Penllariafel," at Llangorse, let to Mr Rees Davies at C126 per annum, was sold to the tenant for £ 2,800. Mr Henry F. W. Harries, Brecon, was the solicitor for the vendor. The freehold cottage and garden, Court-y- Gollen," at Tredustan, Llangorse, was w1th- di-itwti owing to ilit: death of ihe venuor, Atr I Phillips, of Tyn-y-cwm. Messrs. Jeffreys and Powell,, Brecon, were the solicitors acting in connection with this property. Shares were disposed of by Messrs. Miller and Powell as follows :— 15 t25 (A;13 paid) shares in the Breconshire Coal and Lime Co., Ltd., sold at £ 12 per share to Mr David Powell, Brecon. 10 ditto, taken at the same price by the same purchaser. V Five original Y,10 shares in the Brecon Gas Co. were sold at £ 18 10s. per share and two more lots of original shares in -the same Company (five each) were sold at £ 19 per share. Three new shares in the Brecon Gas Co. attracted Offers up to £ 11 10s. per share and were then withdrawn. A parcel of 13 similar shares was also withdrawn, and five 4 per cent. preference shares in the same company were I withdrawn at 81 guineas per share. Mr R. T. Griffiths, of Hay, was the solicitor I for the vendor of the shares. MESSRS. D. & W. J. PRICE. I Messrs. D. and W. J. Price, Brecon, put up I several different lots of property. Acting in conjunction with Messrs. Clarke, Dovey and J Co., of Cardiff, they first offered two freehold farms at Llangorse and a freehold cottage iix^ the parish of Talgarth. For Penllanafeiisaf Farm, Llangorse, I 35a. 3r. 513., with right of pasturage on I Llangorse Common and Llangorse Mountain, in tho occupation of Mr Wm. Evans at the annual rent of 948 (apportioned) there were biddings up to £1,325, at which figure the lot was withdrawn. Pentwyn Uchaf Farm and Pentwyn Castle grounds, Llangorse, 17"972 acres with grazing right on Llaiflgorse Mountain, in the occupation of Mr Wm. Prosser at the annual rent of t20 (apportioned) made t;,55, the purchaser being Mr T. Lewis, Trecynon, Aberdare. Heolcefn" cottage and garden.—withdrawn, Messrs. W. B. Frauds and Cooke, Queen Street, Cardiff, were the solicitors for fhift property. Courty(,riot\" freehold farm, at Llangorse, 70 acr's, with' common rights, let to Mrs Wrttkins at the annual rent of 9 70, was sold to | fee tenant for £ \,T>00, -Ca.pei," freehold farm at Li angorse, fj «eres,- with •common rights, let to Mr S. i Williams at the yearly rent of £ 50, also went 1 to the -,ill j .Messrs. Jeffreys and Powell, Castle Street, Brecon, were the solicitors for the "vendors of I these two farms. Mr G. Tudor, solicitor, Brecon, bought the freehold farm Coed," at Lianwern, 37a. 3r. 24p., in the occupation of Mr Wm. Gatehouse, at the yearly rent of £ 30, for f840. No. 82, the Watton, Brecon, held Oil 999 years' lease from 1826, and let to Mr J. A. Williams at £ 1 13s. 4d. per month, was sold for £:550. Four cottage? in Newgnte Street, I Llanfaes, Brecon, were withdrawn. I Messrs. II. Edgar Thomas and Harries, Bulwark, Brecon, were the solicitors acting for the Lianwern and Brecon property.
Severe Nervous '< Neurasthenia, anc Depression Completely ~ur»t?d by Or. Cassdi a > aia;ct«. Lord, of 9 | HiY^rank Lord, of 93, Stretiord-ro.iu. M<ui- i Chester, the > ell-known yroieissioiuu Yioinucu<, tiixys :— Some years ago I had a Wl nervous- down of which Dr., Caswell's Tablets ewred 1110. and I think it only right to tell other.?. Á in an extremely low, werti condition my digestion was all-upset, everything I ate caused me pain, and I was rarely free from headache. Sleeplessness was another trouble, and I became terribly depressed. In other words, I iiad • ;i-,urasthenia, just as badly as anyone could hive it.. I Ordinary treatment did no good at all, but at last, I am thankful to say, I Dr Oask~s •• Cablets, and thai was the 'beginning of cure. My digestion improved, and I gained' strength. Best of all, I could sleep, anu niv narves grey,- steady again. In the end I was completely j cured, and it is to tfell other sufferers about this great remedy that I now testify to Dr. Cassell's Tablets." Dr. Cassell's Tablets are the Proved Remedy r .'ERVOUS BREAKDOWN AÆnA ERVE PA I: A LYSIS KTONEV TROT; SPIN AT. WEAKNESS INDIGESTION INFANTILE PARALYSIS WASTING DLO• NEURASTHENIA PALPITATION SLEEPLESSNESS YITAT. EXHAUSTION SPECIALLY VALUABLE FOR NURSING MOTHKHS AND DURING THE CRITICAL PERIODS OF LUE. "old by Chemists and Stores in ,il .lM6, 01 Ate INCLUDING Australia, New Zealand, CFTNVH, Afri..T T.V: Prices: 1/ 1/3, and !I- (the Si. siz,. oemg tLlte mv.6 eoouomioal).
? ULTRY KEEPING. A PROFITABLE HOBBY. BY "UTi LlTY." J MILK FOR YOUNG BIRDS. the country districts, where there is a jlflWuI supply of milk during the summer, foods can be economised -^bv giving the YOUl. birds plenty of this instead of water. ThJ fjSe of milk has a most favourable effect a their growth and on the< lessening of mor- tality among the young .bird's. For those who live in towns it may be of interest to know that sour milk is apparently (from the result of recent experiments) of equal value to sweet milk in its relation to growth and mortality, and different degrees of sourness do not alter the results of milk feeding. This does not mean, of course, that the vessels in which the milk is placed need not be cleaned out regularly, or that milk which has been* standing in the sun should be drunk by the chickens. It means that milk which has turned sour in the larder may be given a little at a time to the chicks. Milk which has become contaminated with dust or the birds' drqmpings should be cleared away and the vessel scalded out. If milk can be supplied freely the birds should be given plenty of exercise, though if the birds are being fattened this, of course, is not necessary. Milk- is of great value when young birds are being fattened for the table. Not only does it improve the flavour, but gives Lh-C a whiter and often a more finely- grained appearance. HOUSIXGTHE DUCKS. Many readers this year seem to be keeping ducks, and there is still a great demand for them. One reader writes to ask how to house them, so I am writing on this subject this week, for my own experience has been that many people seem to think it unnecessary to provide any proper accommodation for their ducjts, though they go to great trouble for their fowls. It is true they are one of the easiest kinds of bird to house, but some form of good housing is necessary for two reasons. One reason is that the birds must have a dry floor, covered with dry straw, peat moss litter, dry leaves, or bracken, or else they will get cramp in their legs. The ether reason is; that if ducks ape not shut up till nine or ten in the- morning, they are apt to lav away, and may even drop their eggs in their swim- ming water. If not confined, ducks will gener- ally sleep floating the water, or else just beside it; but this, though nakiral, neither conduces to early nor to prolific laying. In fact, many breeds of dusks are far better layers if they rtre kept away from swimming •water altogether, being given just a tub snnk in the ground or a small pool with gravel at the bottom, where they can dabble about. The form of house does not laucli matter; even a large barrel or one of the large boxes in which -matches are—or were—sent from Sweden are quite suitable. But whatever the cf house provided for them, it should afford proper ventilation and, at the same time, be weatherproof. The roof need ftot be move than 3ft. from th? ground, to- ducks do rot porch like hens. But it should be con- structed so tfia- everv pirt of it may he kept clean. A house ef thh height, and measuring about 4ft. by 3ft., will be quite large enough, for a drr.fco and four ducks. The nests for the (Tucks are best arranged on the floor and containing straw. To To make the floor more comfortable for the dheks a?, a sleeping place, it should be made I « ] HOUSE VOR DUCKS. r j to felope a little from back to the front. A I oood plan is to make it 01 slats_^ of v. ood -tin. j r.;>:a i to -allow of cleanliiic-' s. tile litneeds frequently reirswing. 1 A question 'of 011 askc-d is whether ducks I ca-o he reared in a small space. This r quite j if they are given water in some form I or uilrr; «s above ^:ed, plenty of grit and- greoa stuff, and a wired in e::clc~e. he j or:<«osure needs only about a foot of wire- I netting to .keep them within bounds, for they j dc noi, ns a rule, attempt to fly over netting, I Still, ducks prefer a wide range, and when I haye thi" titer ne?d very little special 1 fc^dii-g. A litt-e of food i-a tile morning and j ftuiii in the evomug fif grain can' Le pro- cmed; if ftct, sr ;er i:i::d cf 'cd, V k fly>. T- <}.? ,'r- lh.,y P.9 <5ll th? bettor for a little*animal food in t'iei'* I v • ANSWERS. TO I-, r) -X "y;\ n :}!tT:n:T..c- r:I:E -The t ,\¡. hd ii:fnH.l é't.0H.h,t 1"T. ("l,nt"r I, in S Mn,ill, -,vann llOtlie ftiul f"e-?kig. > wt!i v:r>'v little, if any, gr?!r».. f.-i the • tu'i.ir.iiiy o.ai<.•!• piii; a heaped tej>Vpoo-!tpi of « Kp&u.ji saits for Jiaif a dozvl1 birds. When ff.y J '"omo r*;ggr-' la Sppcarntij". increase i <be m:; in quantity f'ttr! qiutlfrv, nn/I, off !'• ji-s. A bti'e p: .v,>d s-7hi:;m": >_• i T r ■. si'fl /fiT-fl OCC"7 "l!' 7 i. • l,. fp^envioa of neiv fe^tlievs, and$r-r.p viftii "i-'i meal or h-ifr nieal shouui i- i>e: 11 me iiOvx f'A+ijiitO'e ib appearing.' v '• ki' v' CHli b.Nfi .s ps fSt their fan,Is rp-o-mlcn one of the mgr-?dients in t!.pir r-Jii.-k" mix- ■; T,w:. MI: net be Hint, ► "i;, ~i!tlie i" v"' t;:c:r c: niijiv ;V :"v n- c-v-r-vfc-cd. -;t :f nor grit ni tlVpy I ~ji: '"ti'7es'' an«» ion. j eevefore a sood foed nf finolv-^vnel^/? '-I h p the .111 C 1:r" first V-eal. r-"d aftep wards they should have their own m-it. tin. if *,v'c Out Illicit' tllfl L-illl procure it for tliemselves. >:I—- PECKING EACH OTHER'S gpn^vn.lly nvicc. fvn.„ I J- with snffir-jVrit merty fo^d. T liir„ round a r>of?frr.vA? nnd noo. comh until his face and neck- were covered I witii blood, and often the larger and stronger hen§ will do the same to the smaller nnd
Harold Elston & Co., are now in a position to book orders for immediate delivery of a limited supply of FORDSOM TRACTORS FROM STOCK. A FORDSON TRACTOR displaces three or four Horses on the .Farm and enormously extends the possibility of agricultural production. It is one indispensable factor in efficient and economical power farming. Power eqaul to ploughing up to an acre on three horse lando The simplest Tractor to work and maintain. The handiest and most satisfactory of all agricultural power machines. 9 Price £ 250 Plus Delivery Charges from British Factory. Every week since the No Returns Order came into force a great many people have been unable to get the 11 Brecon County Times" because they have not placed an order with a newsagent or at the head office. For their benefit we repeat the advice—To be sure of a copy order one to be kept regularly. The "No Returns" Ordfcr is a definite Government enactment: the newspaper proprietor and the newsagent are required to observe it, under heavy penalty for disobedience. To cater on I the old lines for chance sales is I- therefore impossible. There is no obstacle to getting tEi "Brecon County Times"; it I is only necessary to order it. J. E. NOTT & CO., LTD. CAN OFFER FROM STOCK Deering and Albion I Mowers I One and Two Horse. I The Lightest and Best chines obtainable. ALSO ALSO .MeCormiek & Albion Binders Binders I which should be booked early to avoid disappointment. iJ. E. NOTT a CO., LTD., Braoon & Llandrindod Wells, r
I weaker on«. Those birds of vours winch suffenng from sore eombs *heuld be rated from the others, and the eombs barbrf m water containing a few drops of re—r KanaSY P0tash- Af.tcr being dried, thev Cj ou.d # be dressed with vaseline contain)r" some iodoform powder or some eaiboli^d vaseline. Hens that will indulge in this ffirm ot amusement need more exer^ and <lion!d he given Epscm raits in their drinkfe? r-ii. green stuff, and, if they are laving a sngin increase in their amount of'rneot food. -All corrocnonorT>or> afPectin;- ihis i addressed to/'TTffHtv" rare n» -hr n ■' foi fecial information must acr.-m'.T,i sUir^.i addrsa.ed mveloM. C !va'0a l'
A WELL CUT AND MADE BREECHES. IS A NECESSITY. j Write for Pattern?. Poet free. I I i' ¡ L_^—- w- MODERATE CHARGES. BREECHES MAKING IS AN ART. IP4 I We Make a Speciality of These. GARMENTS air Cut and Made on the Premises. Only Experienced Workmen Kept. o. l MORGAN & LWIS, J Tailors, 5peco&- ==■—E3BgS £ !Sw>i J h BARGOED" COAL. ) I ? THE lOST LiSTIHS COAL IS WELSH," rHE BEST WELSH COAL IS BARGO Ell." ;ç The only place obtainable in Brecon is at THE Broconsfiire Coal & Lime CO. It sold at all the Company's Retail Depcta. Truck Loads (4 to 10 tons) may be had at any Station in Wales at Faclorelprioe&