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Sales by Auction. I By Messrs Uavid & \V. J. Price. (formerly David Price and Williams). MR. DAVIT) PRICK.] [MR. W. J. PRICE. Friday. June 13th.-Sale of Freehold Houses at Brecon. Friday, June 13th.—Sale of Imported Jerseys at Brecon. Tuesday, June 17th.—Brecon Auction and Grading Mart. Wednesday, June 18th.—Sennbridge Auction and Grading Mart. Monday, June 23rd.—Talybont Auction and Grading Mart. June.—Sale of Freehold Farms at Brecon. Brecon Grading and Auction Mart. Tuesday next, June 17th. Sennybridge Auction and n Grading Mart, 0 Wednesday next, June 18th. Auctioneer Mr W. J. PRICE. BOROUGH OF BRECON. Sale of TEN FREEHOLD COTTAGES situate in Ffrwdgrech Road. Llanfaes, Nos. 1 to 10 inclusive. All in the occupation of good paying Tenants at rentals varying from 2s. 3d. to 4s. 6d. per week, with an aggregate of zll £ 1 4s. 4d. per week. Nos. 1 to 7 inclusive contain kitchen, back kitchen, and two bedrooms. No. R-Four rooms on ground floor and four^bedrooms on first floor. Nos. 9 and 1 í I-Kitchen, wash house and pantry with two bedrooms. The Houses are stone-built and slated with outside conveniences and a good plot of garden to each. MESSRS. DAYID £ w. j. PRICE have been instructed to offer the above mentioned Cottages for Sale by Auction, at the WELLINGTON HOTEL, BRECO, On FRIDAY, JUNE 13th, 1919, at 3 p.m. Further particulars from the Auctioneers, or Messrs. Jeffreys and Powell, Solicitors, Brecon. Borough of Brecon. Sale of Four Freehold Houses situate in Newgate street, Llanfaes, Built of stone and slated, being Nos. 4, 5, G and 7, and let on quarterly tenancies to Mr C. Owen, Mrs W. Lewis, Mr W. Richards, and Miss J. Williams, at the low annual rentals of £8. 1-4. £ ;>, and £ (i respectively. Each house has 2 rooms on ground floor, and on first floor 2 bed- rooms usual conveniences, with small garden to each. MESSRS. DAVID & W. J. PRICE Ivi have been instructed by Mr. W. O. Matthews to offer for Sale by Auction at THE WELLINGTON HOTEL. BRECON, On FRIDAY, JUNE 13th, 1919. at 3 p.m., subject to conditions to be then read. Further particulars from the Auctioneers, and of H. Vaughan Vaughan. Z, Esq., Solicitor, Builth Wells. BRECON. Select Sale of Import i Pedigree Jersey Cows and Heifers. MESSRS. DAVID & w J.. PRICE are favoured with instructions from Messrs Fowler and de la Perrelle, ol Southampton (the original importers established 1811) and will Sell by Auction on FRIDAY, 13th day of JUNE, 1919, in the CASTLE OF BRECON HOTEL YARD a Grand Selection of Jersey Cows and Heifers (calved and neai calving). Sale at 1 o'clock precisely. Descriptive catalogues may be obtained of the Auctioneers. BRECONSHIRE. Parish of LLANFILLO, Brecon 4 miles, Talgarth °5 miles, and within i-mile of the main road Brecon to Hay. Sale of a very compact Freehold Fara known as COURTYPLEVIN," with good House, Outbuildings, and 143 acres of Land. MESSRS DAYID & w. J. PRICE will offer the above f<?r sale at an early date. Particulars from the Auctioneers or from Messrs Sheldon & Plant, Solicitors. | Congleton. [ Sales by Auction, j Messrs. David & W. J. Price, Preliminary. BRECONSHIRE. Parish of Llanfihangel Nantbran (within 4 miles of Aberbran Station). SALE of a Desirable FREEHOLD | FARM, known as i CWMCYNCG," consisting of a capital Dwelling House, Outbuildings, and 228 Acres of Laud with right of pasturage on the adjoining j I Mountain. I MESSRS. DAVID A W. J. PRICE j have been favoured with in- strnctions to offer the above for Sale At BRECON, at an EARLY DATE. Further particulars from Messrs Jeff- reys and Powell, Solicitor, or from the Auctioneers, all of Brecon. Messrs Miller and Powell June 13th.—Sale of Freehold Dwelling Houses at Brecon. June 17th.—Talgarth Grading Mart. June 17th.—Brecon Grading Mart. July 1st.—Brecon Mart. July 1 st.-Talgarth Mart. ) July 4th.—Sale of Freehold Farms at I Brecon. July 11th.—Sale of Freehold Farms and ¡ Dwelling Houses at Brecon. July 1 ltli.—Sale of Antique and other I Furniture at Brecon. Sept. 22nd. Forest Lodge Annual Draft Stock Sale. Sept. 24th.-Naiityrli-irn Annual Draft Sfock Sile. Sept. 2 nth.—Dispersal Sale at Abercar, Cwmt-af. Sept. ijtith.—Dispersal Sale at Tynffos, Garth. Garth. Sept. 27th.—Dispersal Sale at Alltcerrig, Merthyr Cynog. Sept. 30th.—Mr McTurk's Annual Draft Sale at Llwyncyntefin Park. -u_ Borough of Brecon. » Important Sale of Valuable Freehold Business Premises. M ESSRS. MILLER, POWELL & CO. have been instructed to Sell by Auction, on | FRIDAY, the 13th day of JUNE, 1919, (4 at the WELLINGTON HOTEL, BRECON, at 2-30 p.m., the following very desirable Shops and Premises (subject to conditions). Lot 1.—All that Freehold Shop and Premises, situate in the centre of the town with frontage to High Street, I Wheat Street and Ship Street, now in the occupation of Messrs Fryer Bros. as annual tenants, at the yearly rent of £A;j. Lot 2.—All that Freehold Messuage. Shop and Premises, situate in Ship St., Brecon, now in the occupation of Miss 5 Pritchard as quarterly tenant, at the yearly rent of £2;J.. ] Lot 3.—All that well built Freehold Messuage, Shop and Premises, situate in 3 the Watton. Brecon, now in the occupa- tion of Mr Rhys Jones, tailor, as annual I tenant, at the yearly rent of £ 25. Lot 4.—All that (Freehold Messuage, Shop and Premises, adjoining the last mentioned Lot. now in the occupation of t Mr Edwards at the yearly rent of £ 12. Also the Messuage and Premises adjoining in the same occupation at the yearly rent of £10 Rs. Lot ">.—All those Two Freehold j Cottages, situate in Little Free Street and numbered 4(5 and 47, now in the 5 occupation of Mrs Wood and Mrs Power, at the respective rents of 8s 8d per month. The Auctioneers invite special atten- tion to this rare opportunity of acquiring Freehold Business Premises in the heart of the town. Further particulars from the Auction- eers, or from Messrs Jeffreys & Powell, Solicitors. Brecon. Borough of Brecon. Sale of DWELLING HOUSES i i f MESSRS. MILLER POWELL & Co. will offer for sale by Public Auction, at theWELLINGTON HOTEL, BRECON, on On. FRIDAY, the 13th JUNE, 1919, ? the Freehold Dwelling Houses being r nnmhers 10,11,12, and 13, Newgate Street, Brecon, with the gardens and pigs cots attached, and in the respective oc- I cnpations of Mrs Oram, Miss Pugh, Mrs Vaughan, and Mrs Davies, also 2 Copy- hold Dwelling Houses, being numbers 28 and 29 Orchard Street, Llanfaes, Brecon, with large gardens and pigs cots attached, and in the respective occupations of Mrs Pointing and Mrs Williams. I BOROUGH OF BRECON. MESSRS. MILLER, POWELL and CO. are instructed to offer by Auction at the WELLINGTON HOTEL. On FRIDAY, JUNE 13th, 1919, at 2-30, 6 DWELLING HOUSES J known as NOS. 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, I MAENDU STREET, in the respective occupations of Mrs. Dacey, Mrs. Edwards, Mrs. Hill, Mr. S. Davies, Edwards and Parlwood. Further particulars from the Auc- tioneers, Castle Street, Brecon. Sales by Auction. Messrs. Miler and Powell. WATERGATE, BE ECO X. Sale of Two Freehold Dwelling Houses being numbers ti and 7. Watergate, Brecon, at the WELLINGTON HOTEL. On FRIHAY, JUNE 13th. Further particulars in next week's issue, and on application to the Auctioneers, Messrs, Miller, Powell and Co.. Castle Street, Brecon, or Levs W. H. Jones, Esq., Solicitor, Brecon. PRELIMIXARV NOTKT: or S.\I.E. Nos. 10, 11, 12 Silver Street, Brecon, FRIDAY. JUNE 13th. Miller, Powell & Co., Auctioneers. BOROUGH OF BRECON. Two Most Desirable Dwelling Houses to be offered for Sale by MESSRS. MILLER, POWELL & CO. at the WELLINGTON HOTEL, On FRIDAY, 13th JUNE, at 2-30, being NOS. 30 and 31, ORCHARD STREET, in the occupation of Mr Rowbery and Mr Cootes as weekly tenants. For further particulars apply the Auctioneers, or Messrs. Jeffreys and Powell, Solicitors, Castle St., Brecon. Mr F. G. Price. June I June 17th.—Talgarth A.ietiou Mart. July 8 th.—Sale of Three Freehold Cottages, situated in Bronllys, at Talgarth. Sept. Great Annual Ewe and llam Sale. Sept. 11th.—Sale of Farming Stock, Swan Hotel, Hay. September 12th.—Important Sale of Live and Dead Farming Stock at Redborough Farm, Biilley. for Mr T. Hobby. Sept. 18tll.-Sitle of Farming Stock, &c., Trcveccafawr, Talgarth. Sept. 19th.—Talgarth Annual Ewe Sale. Sept. 20tti.-Tmport,,itit Dispersal Sale of Stock, at Llan Farm, Llandefalle, Talgarth. I Sept. 2«»th.—Sale of Pedigree Hereford Cattle, Kerry Sheep, &c.. at Trephillip, Talgarth. Sept. 27th.—Sale of Live and Dead Farming Stock at Upper Cwmcadarn, Three Cocks. Oct. 3rd.—Sale of Live and Dead Farm- ing Stock, Noyadd, Llausteplian, Boughrood. Oct. 4th.—Sale of Live and Dead Farming Stock at Wholehouse Farm, Talgarth. Oct. 8th.— Sale of Live and Dead Farming Stock at Lloyney Farm, Llanstephan, Boughrood. Oct. 10th.-Aunual Foal Show and Horse Sale. Hay Auction Mart. On MONDAY, JUNE l(ith, 1919. For Fat and Store Stock. Grading at 9 o'clock prompt. F. G. PRICE, The Cottage, Auctioneer. Talgarth. Talgarth & District Farmers' Union Auction Mart. On TUESDAY, JUNE 17th, 1919. For Fat Stock only. Grading at 9 o'clock prompt. F. G. PRICE, The Cottage, Auctioneer. Talgarth. I TALGARTH VrtR. FRANCIS GEORGE PRICE begs to inform the Farmers, Dealers, and others interested that he intends holding Horse Sales during next Autumn, when £ 50 will be offered in prizes. The Cottage, 11 Talgarth. RACING SEASON 1919. Mr S. Branton-Williams, of the old established firm of C• A^il 1 i;imSji nd Soi^ County people in the district ttid will be pleased to hear from all sportsmen i-iteres- irco1 TO ted. Rules and terms will be forwarded on application to C. Williams and Son, 10, Custom House St., Cardiff. Tel. 183, 35(1 j Cardiff. Telegrams "Jardy." Sales by Auction, Messrs Stephenson & Alexander Preliminary Advertisement. Under Instructions from the Right Hon. the Lord Glanusk. BRECOXSHIRE. Parishes of Talgarth, Llanfihangel- Cwm-Du, Llanbedr, Crickhowell, and Llangenny. THE DIXAS FOREST. LLAXBEDR, LLANGENNY AXD CRICKHOWELL ESTATES. (2,500 Acres or thereabouts). MESSRS. STEPHEXSOX & ALEX- ANDER (F.A.I.) are instructed to Sell by Auction daring the EARLY SUMMER, the above FREEHOLD ESTATES, Comprising 30 Freehold Mixed Farms, Numerous Small Holdings, Cottages, Gardens, and Freehold Ground Rents, a large number situate in and around the Town of Crickhowell. Further Particulars will appear in Future Advertisements, and in Plans, Particulars, and Conditions of Sale, which are in course of preparation, and may shortly be obtained upon application to J. II. Furmedge, Esq., Fenmyarth Estate Office, Crickhowell Messrs Lee and Pembertons, Solicitors, 44, Lincoln's I Inn Fields, London, W.C. or the Auctioneers, 5, High street, Cardiff. ————————————————————————) Mr. T. J, Phillips, Monday, June lGth.—Hay Grading and Auction Mart. Monday, June lGtli.—Talybout Grad- ing and Auction Mart. Tuesday, June 24th.—Brecon Grading and Auction Mart. Tuesday, October 7th.—Brecon Annual I Foal Show and Sale. Hay Auction Mart. Monday, June 10th, 1919. Grading at 9-30. Auction Sale of Store Stock at 11 i.in; Farther entries respectfully solicited. T. J. Phillips, Auctioneer. I Offices Penpentre House, Ship Street, Brecon. Talybont Auction Mart. Monday, June 10th, 1919. Grading at 9-30. I Auction Sale of Store Stock at 11 a.m. Further entries respectfully solicited. T. J. Phillips, Auctioneer. Offices Penpentre House, Ship Street, Brecon. WANTED. Antique Furniture, Coloured Engravings, Old China, Glass, Silver. Complete Libraries of Books. Good IPrices given. Personal Visit Arranged. D- WILLIAMS, Old Curiosity Shop, CARMARTHEN. GWILUIVTS MOLE POISON 1/3 Per Packet. Easy to use and certain to Kill Moles, Rats or Mice. NO TROUBLE—Only requires a few minutes of your time. Obtainable only of- GWILLIM. The Chemist, BRECON.
LLANGENNY. Wedding.—Much public interest was evinced in the marriage, which took place at the Parish Church, of Miss Ethel Griffiths, second daughter of Mr John Griffiths, of Old Abbey Place, Glangrwyney, with Mr Irvine Price, Dolfallen, Rhayader. The ceremony was performed by the Rector (the Rev. R. M. Cole-Hamilton) assisted by the Curate (the Rev. W. H. Evans). The bride, who was given away by her father, looked charming in a dress of white crepe de chine, with a bridal veil and a wreath of myrtle leaves. She carried a bouquet of lilies of the valley and carnations, and wore a gold chain and pendant, the gift of the bridegroom. The bridesmaids were her two sisters (Misses Dolly and Gwen Griffiths), Miss Amy Edwards (cousin), and Miss Olwell Webb, Rhayader. They wore white embroidered muslin dresses with pink sashes and wreaths of pink roses, and had gold brooches, the gifts of the bridegroom. Accompanying the bridegroom as best man was Corpl. J. Griffiths, S.W.B. Breakfast was served at the home of the bride's parents and later Mr and Mrs Irvine Price left for Swansea on their honeymoon. The presents received were numerous and costly.
LLANGATTOCK. Parish Cliurch.-Tlie half-yearly "free-will offerings" taken at the Parish Church on Whit-Smiday amounted to
I AGRICULTURAL ORGANiSATION SOCIETY (WELSH PROViNCIAC, COUNCIL). Go-operation for Farmers. THIRTY WEEKS' CAMPAIGN. I A PUBLIC MEETING will be held at the FORESTERS' HALL, BUILTH WELLS, MONDAY, JUNE 23rd, 1919, at 2-30 p m. Speaker: MAJOR E. A. BELCHER, C.B.S. (Director of Propaganda A.O.S.) Chairman B. P. LEWIS, J.P., C.C. (Chairman Brecon Radnor Farmers' Union). All Agriculturists are earnestly invited to attend this Meeting and in the discussion. "GYMRY YMUNWCH! CADARN POB AitfLEDD."
CRICKHOWELL. Heard at the Cinema.—Twas a fair capture wasn't it ? I should think it was Fair in two ways—because they tell me more than half the offenders were girls, and 'twas Abergavenny Fair niaht. See' Yes, you're right. But you would have laughed to have seen me, because I did'nt have any lamps either. How I got round the mob the police had at Llaugrwvney, I really don't lcziow." They had them all of a heap did tlicy Well I don't say that, but as they all arrived pretty close to each other, the police had all their work cut out to take the names and addresses of everyone. I believe dozens got through the same as I did." The line the magistrates put on was a reduction on taking a quantity I suppose. The time before 'twas 10/- bob, but this time 'twas 7/G each." Yoii't-c i-igtit, I'll ]-)et." "Was it true that Jack asked the police man on the spot how much the fine was going to be, and offered to pay up there and then V" "Oh, yes, that's correct, because the policeman said so." Anyhow, I'll warrant they won't catch so many next Abergavenny Fair night." Cricket.-Crickhmvell received a visit from Blaina on Whit-Monday. The visitors were 37 for 7 wickets, but thanks to the weak fielding of the home team, they managed to pile up 1runs at the close of their inniygs. Crickhowell batted with some confidence until the sixth wicket fell for GO, after which the proverbial procession followed, and the score remained at (5(5 at the close. A large number of spectators paid a visit to the ground. Whitsun Holidt I weather con- ditions were perfect for the holiday. The town received a fair share of the public patronage, especially taking iuto consideration that there were no local attractions, beyond what nature has.* blessed the district with. The motor car and motor cycle traffic was very heavy on Sunday and Monday. There were again on Whit-Monday and Tuesday the usual scenes in the town caused by numbers of visitors vainly endeavouring to find sufficient accommodation for getting to Abergavenny by the G.W.R. motor-bus service which cannot be said to have been on a very lavish scale. Such occasions are convincing evidence of the requirements of a railway for this neighbourhood. j Dance.—There was a good attendance at the Clarence Hall on Whit-Monday, when dancing was kept up from 8 p.m. to 4 a.m., the proceeds being towards the "Welcome Home" fund. The airange- ments were made by the committee, of which Mr C. F. Leonard is the secretary. The M.C's were Messrs C. T. Hudson, J. H. Grant, J. H. Leonard and E. Davies, and the music was supplied by Mr E. Warren, of Gilwern. Police Court.—On Wednesday, the 4th instant, before Messrs C. Wylde Hughes and W. G. James. James 1(e11- vyn, Annie M. Thomas, and John Mere- dith, all of Gilwern, were ordered to pay 7 !(; each for allowing their dogs to be at large without muzzles, and Thomas I, Herri ts, of Llangfittock, who was simi- larly fined for a like offence, was also fined an additional ï/j; for not having his I name and address on the dog's collar. J. H. Hughes, of Brynmawr, and Alex- ander Roderick, of Cardiff, were fined I"W!- each for being drunk and disorderly in High street, Crickhowell on the 13th ultimo. James Richards, landlord of The Cross Keys Inn, Tretower, and his wife, Elizabeth Richards, were each fined 10/- for supplying a pint of beer in con- travention of the Liquor Control Order, The third party in this case should have been one William Davies who gave an Ebbw Vale address, but the name- and address were false, and the summons therefore remains unserved. There were 31 cases in which the respective defend- ants were summoned for riding bicycles without lights, and one case in which a farmer was summoned for driving a horse and trap without a light. All these offences took place on the night of Abergavenny May Fair, when the defendants were returning home be- tween 10 and 12 o'clock in the evening.— An occasional police court was held on Tuesday morning when Richard Palmer, of 24, High street, Blaina, was brought r, el up in custody ollhe charge of being drunk and disorderly at Beaufort street, Crickhowell, on Whit-Monday evening. The defendant obtained entrance to the dance held at the Clarence Hall, but he was the worse for drink, and created a disturbance in the room. As he con- tinued to become a nuisance, and refused to leave, police assistance was sought. Palmer resented being ejected from the
GIFT TO BRECON.
GIFT TO BRECON. Misses Morgan to Present I ° New Borough Banner. At the close of the monthly meeting of the Brecon Town Council on Tuesday morning. Councillor Miss Philip Morgan made the following statement, which was very cordially received :— May I be allowed to make a request before we separate ? We are going in state to the Priory Church, when we offer our thanksgivings for the Peace, but, as you are all aware, we have no banner for the occasion, that purchased long ago by the Council being in shreds and too dilapidated for use. Without a banner the- ceremony will be shorn of what has for many years been a dignified feature of the Mayor's procession. My sister, Miss Nellie Morgan, has suggested to me (and I at once agreed with her) that, if you will accept it, it would be a pleasure to us -to give a new banner to the Borough, to be used for the first time at the service for the celebration of Victory and Peace. t The banner will be with one slight alteration a reproduction of the old one, as we cannot improve on the excellent design of our eminent townsman the late .John Evan Thomas, the celebrated sculptor. That design consists of the Red Dra-oil-of Wales bearing a shield on which will Jy) blazoned thl) arllls 0 f the ancient and loyal Borough of Breck- nock, with the motto below V Ddruig och a ddyry xychuyii, i.e. The Red Dragon will lead," surrounded by the national emblem, the leek. L We shall give the banner to the glorious and immortal memory of our brave fellow-townsmen, the men of Brecon (of course including Llanfaes) who fell in the Great War, who having given their lives to save ours, by their sacrifice helped to secure the peace we are about to celebrate. Some of them were the sons and grandsons of our oldest and dearest friends and neigh- bours, but the memory of each one is dear to us for the readiness with which they went, for the courage with which they died. We wish to link their memory with the banner by inscribing on it the old Breconshire motto, so characteristic of them and or our race, 'I(l i.e., Better death than dishonour," as a tribute to those who thought it better to face death on the field than to remain at home in safety, when their country was in danger. They have covered their names with glory, and the afterglow of that radiance will for ever rest on the name of the town of Brecon, of which they were citizens. We can never forget them, we think of them with grateful pride in our sorrow, and with an affec- > tionate admiration that the years will not lessen, for they fell as heroes in their unselfish devotion to their King and their Country. Sir, we beg your acceptance of this gift to the Borough, and by accepting it I you will be giving civic expression to our reverence for their memory, and to the sympathy we all feel with our bereaved fellow burgesses. (Applause). Miss Morgan also intimated that the painting, <&c., of the banner would be carried out by their old friend Mr Rich, who would put his most artistic work into it. (Hear, hear). The Mayor (Mr W. F. Parry deWinton) said that on behalf of the Council he accepted with the deepest gratitude the handsome present from Councillor Miss Morgan and her sister. They would always, and especially on the day when they went to church to celebrate the Peace, remember the most beautiful expressions she had used that day, which so well represented the real sentiment which should be in the hearts of all on such a solemn occasion. (Hear, hear).
Chaplain's Fine Record.
Chaplain's Fine Record. The Rev. A. G. A. Picton, C.F. (rector designate of Machen), who is now doing Sunday duty at Brecon, has just been awarded the Military Cross. Mr Picton has seen much service with infantry bat- talions in Belgium, France and Italy, he has been twice wounded, and previously mentioned in despatches.
T 11 II A FEW ilWORDS to Employers | THERE ARE MANY MEN WHO FOUGHT HARD FOR YOU who are reauy to | work hard for you. They are II waiting now for jobs which you have, or will soon have, open. Some of j them are receiving Out-of-Work pay at the Employment Exchanges. They would rather work. You can help in the great re- II settlement in industry which is now in progress by notifying existing and impending vacancies for men (or women') to the nearest Ilf Employment Exchange. !I AMONG THOSE who are waiting II are OFFICERS AND MEN OF II HIGHER EDUCATION who, having finished Army service, have now to be |i placed in civil life. Most of these! men have proved themselves leaders j of men. Is not that a recommenda- tion V Can you employ them, or, aided by the State, train them. If you can employ or train an I ex-officer or man of higher education, notify the fact without delay to the nearest District Directorate of the Appointments Department (the Post Office will give you the address) or write direct to the Department at St. Ermin's Hotel, S.W. i. DO NOT FORGET THE DIS- II ABLED. Many an officer or mau ) who is disabled" in the military I sense is quite fit for civil work. Thousands of these men have been found work. II THERE ARE highly educated 'Ii women, too—WOMEN FITTED FOR PROFESSIONAL LIFE-who I are anxiously seeking positions. Fully I II trained nurses, also those heroic women who braved danger and disease out there," are now being demobilised and are seeking re- employment. If you can employ a highly, 11 educated woman, write at once to the Professional Women's I Registry, 16, Curzon Street Mayfair, W. i.. and see if they can help you. If you want the services of a II nurse who has returned to civil life, write to the Nurses Demobili- sation and Resettlement Corn- I mittee. 16. Hurzon St Mayfair, W. r or in the case of Scotland, 112, George St., Edinburgh. ALL the necessary Government organisation for resettlement of workers of both sexes and all classes I has been set up. But it cannot succeed without your help. By communicating with any of the organisations referred to above you incur no liability. You will be helped as far as it is possible for willing service to help you. You will be put in touch with good men and good women, and you will te spared as much trouble as possible. WORK MEANS HAPPINESS. To most of those who risked every- thing when the call for service came it means life. Will you not co-operate with those whose task it is to effect complete resettlement?
hall, and created a disturbance outside. He tried to throw Police-Sergeant R. Edwards to the ground but failed, and the Police locked him up. The defendant was fined £ 1.