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9 Telegrams: Trass, Brecon. Telephone P.O. 12. BRECON COUNTY TIMES THE BULWARK & LION STREET. BRECON. Charges for Advertisements. PREPAID SCALE. PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS re- lating to SITUATIONS VACANT AND WANTED, ApABTJiBNTE, BOARD AND LODGING, To LHT, FOB SALK, LOST AND FOUND, &c., &0., will be inserted in the "Brecon County Times" at the follow lag rates One Three No. of Words. Insertion. Insertions. 15 or Less 9d •• 1/6 16 to 20 1/; •• y- 21 „ 25 1/3 2/6 26 „ 30 1/6 3/- 31 .I 35 1/9 ?!8 36 „ 40 21. 41. Additional words at the rate of 3d for every five (or portion of five) for one inser- tion and 6d for three insertions. Stamps are not accepted ic payment. Advertisements will be charged at DOCBLB the Above Rates if booked. PUBLIC NOTICES, MEETINGS, CONCERTS, &o.: 3/- per inch single ooiamn. BALES BY AUCTION 3/- per inch single column. PARLIAMENTARY NOTICES AND PROSPECTUSES 11- per line. LEGAL & OFFICIAL NOTICES: 6d. per line. BIRTHS, MABBIAQHS, & DEATHS, Acinow- HMFLWHWH, AND IN MEHOBIAU NoTicza: ad per line, minimum charge 2/6. THE BREOON COUNTY TIMES will be sent to any part of the United Kingdom at the following rates prepaid:- 53 weeks 10110 26 „ •• 5/5 2/9 And abroad at the Usual Rates Replies to A flverH«em,Qnt8 of the "Wanted" Class are received at the "County Times" Offices free of charge, to await the call of the Advertiser, if it is desired to have them forwarded, an extra sum of 3d must accompany the advertise- ment. In all cases where advertisers use box numbers or initials, alo "County Times" Offices, written replies must be sent, per. sonal enquiries cannot be entertained. Persons. answering advertisements of situations; vaoant are advised to send copies of testimonials only, intimating that the originals will be produced if required.. It is import&nt to write plainly. Every precaution is taken to ensure accuracy in the printing of Advertisements, but we cannot accept any responsibility for errors. Cheques, etc., should be made payable *-> t^e riooniy Timpfl Ltd. Advertisements for the "Western Mail" and the "Evening Express" are reoeived at this office, and orders taken for the "Evening Express" and 'Western Mail" as well as "Western Mail" publications.
MARRIAGE. PHILLIPS—THOMAS—At Cwmdu Church on Dec. 31st, by the Rev. Wm. Arvon Davies, Rector, Tysil John, only son of Mr and Mrs Daniel Phillips, Trostre House, Talyllyn, and Eleanor (Nellie), second daughter of Mr and Mn Jokit Thomas, Neuadd, Cwmdu. ACKNOWLEDGMENT. MR PRICE AND FAMILY, Upper Porth- gwyn, Llanddew, wish to thank all friends and relatives for their kind letters of sympathy and floral tributes in their sad bereavement.
For Said and Wanteds ENCYCLOPEDIA Britannica for LL Sale bound, in large case, 35 r vols. good condition.—Hodge, Coryton, Brecon. FOR Sale, an Entire Colt, two coming three years old; well descended.— Apply Lewis, Penpentre Villa, Defyn- nock, Brecon. FOR SALE, seven white pigs, two months old good breed. T., Llandefaelog Post Office, Brecon. DUPLETS and Ducks, fine laying » strains, Maroh hatched 1918, laying, 10/6 each, f,6 doz.; hints and lists free.-Hummell, Stratford, Essex. \YMNTED, good Sporting Gun.—Ap- W ply, C.D.G., "County Times" Office, Brecon. Vk/ITB poultry food at present priooa the best way to get money's worth i& to add Karswood Poultry 9pwe, eout&iq$ng ground inseeta. to the soft food. This DOUBJdIB its eM-BMMog &r0P9f$>es> Faekate, Ttkd.* 1/3. FtwjiRfcftnaa, 12, Broad 9^- Situations Vacant & Wanted. APPRENTICE Wanted, to the Print- ing Trade. Apply Manager, "County Times," Brecon. COOK-General and House-Parlour- C maid wanted at once for small fiat; two in family; wages about f28 and £ 30.—Mrs Robert Raikes, 26, Ashley Gardens, London, S.W. 1. COOK-General wanted; help given C daily.—Mrs Adcock, Warwick House, Brecon. HOUSE-PARLOURMAID and Cook- General family three. Mids Campbell, Sherwood, Park road, Pen- arth, near Cardiff. QLAIN Cook wanted for Civilian and Military Hospital salary £ 32, rising kitchen maid kept. Two House- maids wanted for nursed quarters salary £241 rising to ;e26.-Apply, with par- ticulars of experience, to Matron, Dis- trict Hospital, Newbury, Berks. PROBATIONER Nurses wanted for two years' training salary J614 and £16, with uniform Civilian and Military Hospital.—Apply, with par- ticulars of experience, Matron, District Hospital, Neirbury, Berks. ESPECTABLE General wanted in K January, Age 17 to 20 years.- Apply Mrs Jones, 51, High Street, Brecon. ANTED.-A reliable married or w single man for farm near Brecon. —Apply Price, Auctioneer, Brecon. YY7 ANTED, experienced General family two; good home and wages. —Mrs Tigar, 8, St. Andrew's Crescent, Cardiff. WANTED, young Maid, house-par- lour work would teach, been out before.—Mrs Mills, Tyrbryn, Talgarth. WANTED, reliable young girl as Housemaid-Waitress.—Apply Mrs Davies, Green Dragon Temperance Hotel, Brecon. WANTED, good General or House- keeper for farmhouse. — Mrs Lewis, 2, John street, Broooo. WANTED, experienced farm hand as Waggoner good wages and cot- tage; references required.-Apply, Mr Neale, Dolmeiddu farm, Llanstephan, Boughrood, Radnorshire. VY/OMAN or Girl wanted for house work five hours daily.—Apply Box P 2, "County Times" Office. WANTED at once, young Morning Girl good wages.—Mrs Frank Meredith, Springfield, Alexandra Road, Brecon. WANTED, about end of January- Cook and House-Parlourmaid.— Apply, Mrs Thomas, St. John's Mount, Brecon. WANTED for Llandaff, Glam., sup- erior person as Nurse Help to two childrea, 2!and 5 years solicitor's family. Must be able to sew in spare time. Good wages to suitable person. Good references required. Address in first place-Miss Haslam, 5, Ovington Terrace, Pencisely, Cardiff. WORKMAN Waggoner wanted cottage and garden found.— Apply J. Jones, Great House, Three Cocks. To Let and Wanted, ESPLANADE HOTEL, PORTH- CAWL 100 rooms perfect win- ter climate inclusive terms from 9/— Apply, Manageress. V% ANTED Cottage, about five rooms, with garden, in or near Brecon. —Perrott, 81, Loveday Road, West Ealing, London. Lost and Found. r jtv — OST.-Young smooth-coated Sheep L Bitch, black with white collar, from Yscoedreffin, Trecastle. Finder rewarded, —Jno. Morgau. £ C Reward.—Lost, stolen, or strayed U from Maescoch, Iilanigon, 12 two year old Radnor Ewes; raddle mark acrosa shoulder and loins, spittle mark and three cut notch in right ear, slope over left. The "To reward will be paid tq anyoat giving infonn&tiAu to recovery. —i). Bowen, CaenaptsnelXB- Sales by Auction, Mr F. G. Price. Hay, Breconshire. FOR SALE, 25 Acres of Accommo- ■ dation Land, within half-a-mile of the town of Hay, a part of the Lower Sheephouse Farm. To be offered early in February. FRANCIS GEO. PRICE, The Cottage, Talgarth. Auctioneer. Talgarth and District Farmers' Union Auction Mart TUESDAY, JANUARY 14th, 1919. FOR FAT AND STORE STOCK. Grading at 9 o'clock. Sale of Store Cattle at 11 o'clock FRANCIS GEO. PRICE, The Cottage, Talgarth. Auctioneer. Miscellaneous. ALTERATIVE & CONDITION Pow- A DERS.—Working Horses should be given Stanton's Alterative Powders during the winter months. They keep the kidneys in order, the legs from swell- ing, the blood pure. Safe for mares in foal. For conditioning horses for show or sale Stanton's Condition Powders in lib. and 31b. canisters.—Stanton, Veter- inary Chemist, Brecon. RLOUSES. 100 Crepe de Chine Blouses. Travellers' samples. Smart designs in Pale Pink, Blue, Cream and Mauve, 18/6 each usual retail price, 29/11. Sent on approval.—Smith, 94, Inderwick Rd., Hornsey, London, N. RUTTER COLOUR.—The beautiful U golden shade most desired by buttermakers is given by Stanton's Butter Colour. Tasteless, odourless. Large bottles Is. and Is. lOd.—Stanton, Veter- inary Chemist, Brecon. F** OD LIVER OIL FOR CATTLE.—Fatten your Pigs & Stock generally with Cod Liver Oil. Its effect is marvellous and with feeding stuffs at their present value it is a most economical food. ls.9d. and 3s. bottles or prices for quantity on application.—Stanton, Veter- inary Ch.emist, Brecon. NFLAMMATION DRENCHES. A I well-known Stockbreeder says The value of Stanton's Inflammation Drenches should be more widely known." For ewes after lambing, cows after calving, and all cases of fever, unequalled. lOd. each, 9s. 6d. dozen.—Stanton, Veterinary Chemist, Brecon. MOLESKINS, highest prices paid for best quality. Other grades accepted.—Gerrard, Furriers, Edinburgh. DIG POWDERS.—Your Pigs will do well on Stanton's Pig Powders. They make bad doers thrive and good doers do better. Packets 4d., 8d. and Is. 3d.- Stanton, Veterinary Chemist, Brecon. PIANO BARGAINS. — D'Almaine Upright in Walnut, £ 32 Challon, Rosewood, £ 35. Gors and Kallman, £75 Farrand, 960 Collard and Collard Baby Grand, £ 100 Bechstein Drawing Room Grand, Walnut, tllO Bluthner Drawing Room Grand, £180. All pianos guaranteed and delivered carriage paid to nearest Station.—Write for complete catalogue and bargain list to C. Milsom and Son, Ltd., 15, Milsom Street, Bath. POULTRY POWDER.—Poultry pays if P well managed and good Poultry Keepers say that it pays to give Stan- ton's Poultry Powder. It keeps them in good health, prevents disease and doubles the egg basket. Packets 4d., 8d. and Is. 3d.—Stanton, Veterinary Chemist, Brecon. 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. Ensemble Classes for the Practice of Chamber Music. SCHOOLS VISITED. For tsrae appl £ — 19, The itnek- Brecon Sales by Auction. By Messrs David & W. J. Price. (formerly David Price and Williams). MR. DAVID PRICE.] [MR. W. J. PRICE. *<• Friday, JanWl 10th.-Sale of Stock,, etc., at Pwllv.M.k:a, Brecon. Tuesday, Jami&ry 14th.—Grading and Auction Mart at Brecon. Wednesday, January 18th.—Grading and Auction Mart at Sennybridge. Monday, January. 20th.-Grading and Auction Mart at Talybont. Tuesday, January 21st.-Sale of in-foal Mares at Brecon Mart. Friday, January 24th.—Sale of Furni- ture at Parish Hall, Brecon. Brecon Mart. Tuesday, January 14th, 1919. Sennybridge Mart. Wednesday, January 15th, 1919. Auctioneer Mr. W. J. Price. Brecon and Radnor Farmers' Union, Talgartb Brahch. THE Annual General Meeting of the above Branch will be held at the Ennig Hotel, on Saturday. January 18th, 1919, at 7 p.m. All interested are requested to attend. G. P. STEPHENS, Vi Chairman. W. E. JAMES, Secretary. 4ESSR3. tf J. Straker n and Chadwick. CRICKHOWELL, ABERGAVENNY, AND USK. Valuable FREEHOLD PROPERTIES INCLUDING THE LLANGATTOOK COURT ESTATE, Crickhowell, TOGETHER WITH Accommodation Lands and Building Sites, WHICH I STRAKER SON & CHADWICK, J • F. A. I., will submit to Auction, subject to Conditions of Sale, on TUESDAY, JANUARY 28th, 1919, at the ANGEL HOTEL, ABERGAVENNY, At 3 o'clock in the afternoon Lot 1. ACCOMMODATION MEADOWS —Bridge Lands, Langwm Ucha, near Usk. Area, 3Ga. 3r. 17p. Annual Rental, £ 47 10s. Od. Lot 2. ACCOMMODATION MEADOWS —Crown and Sceptre Lands, Mardy, Abergavenny. Area, 5a. 3r. Op. Annual Rental, JE25 Os. Od. Lot 3. BUILDING SITE-Garden Ground, Lansdowne Road, Abergavenny. Area, 8384 sq. yds. Annual Rental, JE7. Lot 4. LLANGATTOCK COURT —Residence and Grounds, Crickhowell. Area, 5a. Or. '26p. Annual Rental, £ 20 0s. 0d. Lot 5. Accoik. MODATION FIELDS- Llangattock. Area, 14a. Or. 26p. Annual Rental, £30 Os. Od. Lot 6. THE COURT FARM, Llan- gattock. Area, 39a. 3r. 18p. Annual Rental, £ 129 Os. Od. Lot 7. THE VILLAGE FARM, Llangattock. Area, ,135a. 3r. 35p. An- nual Rental, £ 150 Os. Od. A Sale Plan may be inspected at the Offices of the Auctioneers, Abergavenny, from whom Particulars of Sale may be obtained or all information from Messrs. JEFFREYS & POWELL, Solicitors, Brecon. GAS ENGINE, h.p. working up to 1| h.p., for sale cheap in good running order close to station.—Apply Manager, "County Times" Office, Brecon, Sales by Auction. Messrs Miller and Powell. PWLLYCALCH, BRECON. Unreserved Sale of Milking Cows, Horses, Sheep, Imple- ments. etc. MR. HOWELL POWELL, in con- junction with MR. W. J. PRICE, Mas received instructions from the ad- ministrators of the late Mrs Jones, to Sell by Public Auction at the above place, on FRIDAY, the 10th JANUARY, 1919, the whole of the Stock, Implements, and part of the Household Furniture, as follows:— HORSES.—A very useful half-bred mare, also a pony, hack mare and aged mare. CATTLE.—15 Shorthorn and other. milking cows, some with calves at foot and others close to calving 4 yearling heifers, 3 heifer calves, pure-bred Short- horn hull. SHEUT.—65 breeding ewes, 10 theave lambs. i" htPr.EMETs.-Mower, side delivery rake, horse rake, milk float, governess car, gambo, plough, harrows, etc., etc. HARNESS.—Trap harness, 2 sets shaft harness, g.o. ditto. The whole of the Dairy Utensils and part of the Household Furniture. Sale at 1 o'clock punctually. Terms cash. Talgarth Mart, TUESDAY, JAN. 14th, 1919. Sale of 5 excellent Shorthorn Heifers in calf, some of them near calving. Sale at 11 a.m. Howell Powell, Auctioneer. TIMBER FOR SALE. On TREBINSHUN FARM, BWLCH. 44 large oak trees, 20 large Scotch fir, 2 beech trees, 3 spruce, 1 cedar, 1 wych elm, 6 sycamore, 3 chestnut, 8 ash, and 16 larch poles. Mr William Watkins, of Trebinshun, will show the timber to intending pur- chasers. For iuriiier pariiuium s apply to Howell Powell, Auctioneer and Valuer, Brecon. Important Sale of Agricultural HORSES. Brecon Market. MESSRS. MILLER, POWELL & CO., and Messrs DAVID & W. J. PRICE, have received instructions from the Breconshire Agricultural Executive Committee (by order of the Food Pro- duction Department) to Sell by Auction, at 11-30 a.m. on Tuesday, January 21st, 1919, 12 Mares which have been regu- larly worked in the County and believed to be in foal to the following Sires, viz. Primley Champion, Lilleshall Abbot, Knottingley Raider, Morning Conqueror, Bryars Conqueror, and King Bruce. A Bridle, Collar, and a Set of Plough Harness will be sold with each Mare at a charge of JE2. The Purchaser will be called upon to pay this charge in addition to the purchase price. The Mares will be on view at Penlan Depot for three days prior to Sale. By Mr. T. d. Phillips. Monday, Jan. 13th.—Talybont Aucti Mart. Monday. Jan. 20th.-Hay Auction Mart. Monday, Jan. 27th.—Talybont Auction Mart. Talybont Auction Mart. Monday, January 13th. Jwther entries respectfully solicited. T. J. Phillips, Auctioneer. tgfices, Penpentre House, Íl!liP street, Brecon. Rural District of Hay. Household Fuel & Lighting Order. Part IX.- The Sale of CoaL THE SCHEDULE OF PRICES heretofore published in the local Press and now 1 in operation in the above mentioned Rural District is hereby withdrawn. Is lieu of the before mentioned withdrawn Schedule of Prices, the Local Fuel and Lighting Committee of the Rural District of Hay, under the powers of the above Order, hereby announce that the following Schedule of Prices has been determined by them (with the approval of the Coal Controller) as the Maximum Prices of Coal in the Rural District of Hay, the said Schedule to come into operation on the 1st day of January, 1919, namely :— I HOUSE COAL, Quantities exceeding Not exceeding TALGARTH STATION- 2 cwts. 2 cwtT^ Group 1. Ebbw Vale Waunllwyd Large. 41/- per ton. 2/2 per cwt. „ 2. Oakdale 40/- 2/li 3. Bargoed Waterloo Large 38/- „ 2101 GLASBURY STATION- Group 1. Ebbw Vale 41/6 2/2 „ 2. Newport Abercarn 40/- „ 211 „ 3. Bargoed 39/- „ 2/l „ 4. Viponds Powell Duffryn 38/6 „ 2j0i „ 5. Highley Mining 36/- „ l/l 1 THREE COCKS STATION— 1. Waunllwyd Large 41/6 „ 2j2!" LLYSWEN DEPOT- t 1. Waterloo Large 39/6 „ 2/1 Additional charge for delivery to consumers' premises. Haulage charges muat not exceed the current rate for team labour in the district. The Maximum Prices determined under these directions are for cash on delivery if the Coal Merchant or Dealer so requires, but a charge for booking (giving credit) of one shilling per ton over and above these prices shall be permitted. WALTER L. POWELL, J Dec. 31st, 1918. Local -Fuel Overseer. TENDERS. j County Borough of Swansea, j i Tq Haulage Contractors. ¡ TENDERS are invited for the Trans- port by Road of the Sections of a Winter Garden measuring 95ft. by 65ft. by 45ft. high, now standing at Craig-y- Nos Castle, Breconshire, to be removed j to Victoria Park, Swansea. The Swansea Corporation will dis- o, mantle the Building and the Contractor shall remove in such order as the Borough Architect or his Representative shall direct. A plan and further particulars may be seen at the offices of the Borough Architect. 3, Prospect Place. Swansea. Sealed Tenders, endorsed Haulage of I Pavilion," to be sent to the undersigned 1 on or before the 16th inst. The lowest or any tender may not be accepted. H. LANG-COATH, Town Clerk. Guild Hall, Swansea, Jan. 8th, 1919. TIMBER. For Sale by Tender. 88 Very Large Oak Trees 22 Beech 7 Spruce 11 Wych I 9 Sycamore I IÐ Ash 12 Ash 12 Larch 12 Alder The above Timber is about one mile from Trefeinon and 112 from Talgarth Stations. All Tenders to be in by January 18th. Fer further particulars apply to JAMES PRYCE, I Penmaes, Talgarth. I For Sale by Auction in February next, TWO Small Holdings, "Penycommon" and Little Ffordfawr," both near Hay. Apply, R. T. Griffiths, Hay. To be Sold by Tender. 217 Exceptionally "good big TIM- 1 f BER, standing on Lady Arbour," adjoining Eardisley Station, consisting of 156 Oak 21 Elm 20 Ash 4 Sycamore 8 Lime Trees 6 Wych 2 Alder J. CElflTH, Qreeowsf Bi*>sq% BOROUGH OF BRECON. Shops Act, 1912. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Town Council of Brecon in pursuance of the powers conferred npoa them by the Shops Act. 1912, and after due compliance with its provisions, do hereby order as follows 1. This Order *hich mn- he cited as the Brecon Weekly Half-holiday Order applies to all Shops in the Borough of Brecen except Shops which are exempted by the Act or by any order made in pur- suance of the Act from the obligation te close for the weekly half-holiday. 2. All Shops to which this Order ap- plies shall be closed for the Weekly Half- holiday on Wednesday at 1 p.m. through- out thp A-p4r Provided that any Shopkeeper may substitute Saturday for Wednesday on affixing a Notice to that effect in his shop. Dated this 8th day of January, 1919. G. HYATT WILLIAMS, Town Clerk. For Sale by Private Tender. EXCEttEKT Small Holding knowa as CHAPEL FARM, Forest Coal Pit, near Abergavenny, comprising about 9 Acres of splend Grass Land in good heart" with rights of Grazing for a limited number of sheep on "Brym Arw," a short distance away The house contains 1 large living room, 1 parlour, 1 small kitchen, small dairy or pantry, four rooms upstairs. The out- houses are stone built and comprise 1 cowhouse and trap house, stable, and pigstje, further particular* apply to (on behalf of the Trustees and C. Methodist Connexion) the Rev W M Price and Mr Lemuel pJweu! Rhosgwyn, Pandy, Abergavenny, to whom tenders are to be sent not later than the 31st inst. (January 31st, 1919). Breconshire Agricultural Executive Committee. CHARGE FOR HORSES LOANEB TO FARMERS. THE attention of Farmers is drawn to the fact that from now on to January 31st, 1919. the charge for the loan of F.P. Horses has been reduced from 15/- per horse per week to 10/- per horse per week. This charge will be increased as from the 1st February, 1919, 4b 15/- per horse per week. In order to take advantage of the re- duced rate, farmers are requested 4* make their applications immediately J# the Horse Officer, The Elms Brecon.