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—— Sales bv Auction. By Messrs David & W. -J. Pricc (formerly David Price and Williams) MR. DAVID PRICK.] [MR."W. J. PRICE. Tuesday, July 1st.—Auction and Grading Mart at Brecon. Tuesday, July 1st.—Sale of Implements at Brecon Market. Wednesday, July :2nd.-Auctioll and Grading Mart at Sennybridge. Monday, July 7th.—Auction and Grading Mart at Talybont. Friday, July 18th.-Sale of Farms at Brecon. July—Sale of House Property, etc., at Brecon. Brecon Cattle Market. Tuesday Next, July 1st. MR. W. i. PRICE has received iu- 9 structions from Mrs Gwynne Holford to Sell Three very Valuable SHIRE GELDINGS ages 3, 4 and 5 (worked in chains). Also a very promising Pure-bred Jersey Heifer, newly calved, descended from best blood obtainable. Sale at 11-30 prompt. 6, Bulwark, Brecon. Sennybridge Auction and ZD Grading Mart. Wednesday next, July 2nd. Grading at 9-30. Auction 11-30. Auctioneer Mr W. J. PRICE. By Order of the Controller Surplus Government Stores Disposal Board. Brecon Cattle Market. Tuesday Next, July 1st. MR. W. J. PRICE will offer for Sale the following New Implements— 6 Wood's Mowers and Reapers, Combined. 4 Cambridge Rollers. 17 Digger Ploughs. Sale at 12 o'clock. 6, Bulwark, Brecon. Preliminary. BRECONSHIRE. Parish of Llanfihangel Nantbran 0 (within 4 miles of Aberbran Station). SALE of a Desirable FREEHOLD FARM, known as « CWMGYNOG," consisting of a capital Dwelling House, Outbuildings, and 228 Acres of Land with right of pasturage on the adjoining Mountain. MESSRS. DAVID & W. J. PRICE have been favoured with in- structions 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. BRECONSHIRE. Parish of LLANFILLO, Brecon 4 miles, Talgarth 5 miles, and within -1 1-mile of the main road Brecon to Hay. Sale of a very compact Freehold Farm known as « COURTYPLEYIN," with good House, Outbuildings, and 143 acres of Land. MESSRS DAYID & w. J. PRICE will offer the above for sale at an early date. Particulars from the Auctioneers or from Messrs Sheldon & Plant, Solicitors, Congleton. Mr. T. J. Phillips June 30th.—Talybont Grading and Auction Mart. June 30th.—Hay Grading and Auction Mart. July 23rd.— Sale of Furniture, Penbont Cottage, Aber. Talybont-on- Usk. > Oct. 2nd.—Sale of Farming Stock and Implements, Penprisk Farm, Llangenny, Crickhowell. Tuesday, October 7th.—Brecon Annual Foal Show and Sale. Talybont Auction Mart. Monday, June 30th. Grading at 10-30. Auction Sale of Calves and Store Stock 11 a.m. Further entries respectfully solicited. T. J. Phillips, Auctioneer. Offices: Penpentre House, Ship Street, Brecon. Hay Auction Mart Monday, June 30th, 1919. Weighing from 8-30. Grading at 11. Auction Sale of Calves and Store Stock at 12-30. Further entries respectfully solicited. T. J. Phillips, Auctioneer. Offices': Penpentre House, Ship Street, Brecon. Sales by Auction. 'I Messrs Miller and Powell July 1st.—Brecon Grading Mart. July 1st.—Sale of Traps, Harness, &c., Brecon Cattle Market. July 1st.—Talgarth Grading Mart. July 4th.—Sale of Freehold Farms at Brecon. July 8th.—Brecon Grading Mart. July 8th.—Talgarth Grading Mart. July Ilth.-Sale, of Antique and other Furniture at Brecon. Sept. 22nd. Forest Lodge Annual Draft Stock Sale. Sept. 24th.—Nantyrharn Annual Draft Stock Sale. Sept. 25th.—Dispersal Sale at Abercar, Cwmtaf. Sept. 2(3th.—Dispersal Sale at Tynffos, Garth. Sept. 27th.-Dispersal Sale at Alltcerrig, Merthyr Cynog. Sept. 30th.—Mr McTurk's Annual Draft Sale at Llwyncyntefin Park. Oct. 1st.—Dispersal Sale at Pannau in conjunction with Mr W. J. Price. Oct. 2nd.-Dispersal Sale, Glwydcae- newydd, Cray. BRECONSHIRE. Sale of Valuable FREEHOLD FARMS. MESSRS MILLER, POWELL & Co. I ■ have received instructions to Sell by Public Auction at the Castle Hotel, Biecon On FRIDAY, the 18th JULY, the following Freehold Farms Tredurn Farm, Penywern, Tirbach, Triffrwd, Penrheol- goch, Twyn-yr-Onen, Morfa and Glatiyrafon, in the parish of Llandefalle, Tycanol Farm, in the parish of Llanfihangel-Talyllyn, Caecottrel Farm, in the parish of Llangorse, Also the fully Licensed Public-house and land known as The New Inn, Glanrhyd, Libanus, Brecon, and at the same time will be sold the following residences, viz. Camden Cottage, the Watton, Brecon, Tredurn House and Tho Ferns, Glamorgan Street, Brecon. Further particulars in next week's issue, or on application to the Auctioneers, or Messrs Jeffreys and Powell, Solicitors, Brecon. BRECONSHIRE. FREEHOLD FARMS FOR SALE. MESSRS. MILLER, POWELL and CO. have received instructions to offer for Sale at the WELLINGTON HOTEL, BRECON, On FRIDAY, the 4th JULY, at 2-30 p.m., the following Freehold Farms :— LOT 1.—All that Freehold Farm known as Llawr-llamarch in the Parish of Merthyr Cynog, of an area of 72.230 acres, or thereabouts, of meadow, pasture, and tillage land, together with an ex- cellent right of sheep walk on the Eppynt mountain, and now in the occupation of Mr Rees Morgan as annual tenant. LOT 2.-All that Freehold AND land k IOWII as Trim-yr-hwch, or commonly culled l)an!:<n. iri the Parish of Merihyr Cynog, comprising 7M.7-17 acres or there- abouts, and now in the occupation of Mr I William Williams, as annual tenant, with a valuable right of sheep walk to -,lie I Eppynt mountain. I Lo r 3.—All that Freehold Farm known as Tynwern in the Parish of Merthyr Cynog. and situate about l l miles from 'I Pontfaen village, comprising X(J.801 acres, now in the occupation of Mr Morgan Wiliiams, at the low annual rental of £ 28, with a right of sheep walk on the Eppynt Mountain. Lor 4.—All that Freehold Farm knowip as Tir-y-Gledwen, otherwise called Upper Gletwen, in the Parish of Gwenddvvr, comprising an area of 72 ncres or thereabout, now in the occupation of Mr Arthur Williams as annual tenant. LOT 5.—A Freehold Small Holding known as Pen-y-cwm. in the Parish of; Llandefalle, comprising 5.750 acres and now in the occupation of Mr Thomas: Jones as annual tenant. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers, or as to Lots 1 to 4 to Messrs Jeffrys and Powell, solicitors, Brecon, and as to Lot 5 to Mr Lewis W. II. Jones, solicitor, Brecon Mr. II W. Phillips. Ponies, Traps and Harness. MR. H. W. PHILLIPS, Auctioneer, will Offer for Sale at the CATTLE MARKET, BRECON, On TUESDAY, JULY 1st, 1919, One bay pony and one roan pony, excellent movers, quiet to ride and drive two traps also quantity of harness. Sale at 11-30 a.m. JULY 23rd. Sale of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Penbont Cottage, Aber, Talybont-on-Usk. j Sales by Auction. Messrs. liller and Powell. Cattle Market, Brecon. TUESDAY, JULY 1st, 1919. A number of Traps, quantity of Harness, etc., etc. Auctioneers Messrs How-ell Powell and W. J. Price. ASSEMBLY ROOMS, Wellington Hotel, Brecon. Attractive Sale of Household Furniture (Removed for convenience of Sale). MESSRS. MILLER, POWELL & CO. have been instructed to Sell by Public Auction, at the above place, On FRIDAY, 11th JULY, At 2-30 p.m. precisely, the following Household Furniture, which is in ex- cellent condition. HAI,L.-COCOa mat, door scraper, door porter, hall stand with mirror & glove box barometer, 8-day clock mahogany inlaid' ledger safe with 2 drawers, by Withers, 2ft. Gin. by 1ft. 9in., brass waiter, pictures, oak chair. SITTING Rome-Piano as new (by Wallace and Wallace), easy chair, rose- wood table, 4 mahogany chair# uphol- stered in leather and tapestry, solid mahogany table (square) on massive ped- estal, Sheraton inlaid table on pedestal, mahogany small table on pedestal, an- tique mahogany small Pembroke table with drawers in both ends, antique mahogany adjustable table. mahog- any Pendle table, round table with 'twisted legs, 2 fire screens (1 worked and ) hand-painted), ebonised orermantel with 8 bevel plates and 4 shelves, very handsome marble timepiece, mahogany tea caddies and writing cases (inlaid mother of pearl), corner and other brackets, pictures (including paintings, oil colors and engravings), quantity of old china including jugs, brass rail fender and steel fire irons, coal box, carpet and rug. BEDROOM No. 1.—Mahogany chest of drawers, cupboard with bookshelf and glass doors, dressing glass, cane seated chair, antique oak chest. BEDROOM No. 2.-Massive mahogany wardrobe with glass door and drawer, very handsome mahogany chest of drawers, overmantel (10 bevel plates and 4 shelves), washstand (marble top), odd bedroom ware, brass and iron bedstead, spring mattress, bolsters and pillows, mahogany swing glass with drawers, night commode, 4 chairs, pieces of carpet. BEDROOM No. 3.—Chest of drawers, single bed with spring and hair overlay, dressing glass, washstand, night commode. BEDROOM No. 4.-Brass rail bedstead with box mattress, iron bedstead with wool mattress, bed steps, washstand, chest of drawers, mahogany swing glass, chair commode, washstand, overmantel, 3 chairs, bolsters. ATTlc.-Old oak coffer, chest of drawers, oak chest of drawers, oil stove, tins, etc., etc. DINING ROOM. Very handsome mahogany bookcase, 7ft. lift. by 4ft. Sin., solid mahogany sideboard, mahogany top dining table, marble top table, grand- father's clock in oak case, rocking chair, mahogany arm chair, mahogany couch upholstered in leather, (5 chairs up- holstered in leather. small table on iron pedestal, 2 very ItuntUonte copper kettle*, copper wanning pan. pair Sheffield plated candlesticks, overmantel, 3 pairs brass candlesticks. 2 copper moulds, (i of decanters, ruby and other jugs, ivr., Ac., 11 11 steel fender and fire irons, coal tidy and box, lino and hearth rug. tables, arm chair, 4 small do., army chair, fender and fire irons (steel). BACK KITCHEN.—2 meat-safes, usual cooking utensils, steps, and 2 baths. PAXTKY.—Mortar and pestle, 2 break- fast services, tea services, dessert services, dinner ware, stone and ware jugs, several pairs china candlesticks, 2 tea services, &c., &c. Messrs Stephenson & Alexander Preliminary Advertisement. Under Instructions from the Right Hon. the Lord Glanusk. BRECONSHIRE. Parishes of Talgarth, Llanfihangel- Cwm-Dn, Llanbedr, Crickhowell, and Llangenny. THE DIXAS FOREST, LLANBEDR, LLANGEXXY AND CRICKHOWKLL ESTATES. (2.500 Acres or thereabouts). MESSRS. STEPHENSON & ALEX- ANDER (F.A.I.) are instructed to Sell by Auction during the EARLY SUMMER, the above FREEHOLD ESTATES, S Comprising 30 Freehold Mixed Farms, Numerous Small Holdings, Cottages, 11 r!1 Gardens, and Freehold Growid Rente, 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. H. Furmedge, Esq.; Fenmyarth Estate Office, Crickhowell Messrs Lee and Pembertons, Solicitors, 44, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, W.C. or the Auctioneers, 5, High street, Cardiff. -A 'J I\- Sales by A uction., Mr F. G. Price. July 8th.-Sale of Three Freehold Cottages, situated in Bronllys, at Talgarth. Sept. 4th.—Talgarth Great Annual Ewe and Ram Sale. Sept. llth.Sale of Farming Stock, Swan Hotel, Hay. ^September 12th.—Important Sale of Live and Dead Farming Stock at Redborough Farm, Brilley, for Mr T. Hobby. Sept. 18th.—Sale of Farming Stock, &c., Treveccafawr, Talgarth. Sept. 19th.—Talgarth Annual Ewe Sale. Sept. 20th.—Important Dispersal Sale of Stock, at Llan Farm, Llandefalle, Talgarth. Sept. 24th.-Sale of Live and Dead Farming Stock at Pengraig, Aberedw. Sept. 26th.—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, Llanstephan, 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.-Annual Foal Show and Horse Sale. Hay Auction Mart. On MONDAY, JUNE 30th, 1919. For Fat and Store Stock. Grading at 9 o'clock prompt. All Stock must be weighed by 11 o'clock. F. G. PRICE, The Cottage, Auctioneer. z, Talgarth. Talgarth & District Farmers' Union Auction Mart. On TUESDAY, JULY 1st, 1919. Grading at 9 o'clock prompt. F. G. PRICE, The Cottage, Auctioneer. Talgarth. Preliminary. BRONLLYS, Breconshire. MR. FRANCIS GEO. PRICE will 1V offer for Sale all those THREE FREEHOLD COTTAGES and ORCHARD known as PENMAES COTTAGES, On TUESDAY, JULY 8th, 1919. Full particulars will appear next week. The Cottage, Talgarth. TALGARM. MR. FRANCIS GEORGE PRICE ■ begs J;o inform the Far: ers, Dealers, and others interested that he intends holding Horse Sales during next ¡ Autumn, when f50 will be offered in I prizes. I The Cottage, I L I Talgarth. I Preliminary Notice. SALE of Oak and other Household Furniture, including Upright Grand Piano aud numerous useful lots, will be held at the WELLINGTON SALE "ROOM, BRECON, on FRIDAY, JULY 25th. Full particulars later. fVJaesMwch Park, Glasbury ODDFELLOWS' SPORTS, Bank Holiday, August 4th next. Foot a d Cycie Events and otl el' amusements. T. TURNER, Hon. Sec., Upper Bank, (Jlasbury. THE DAY IS 0 AN G When all up-to-date Poultry Keepers will adopt PEARSON'S PRE-DIGESTIVE "Protetn" System OF POULTRY FEEDING which is a scientific and practical method of Feeding Poultry which gives hitherto unheard-of results in less time and at no greater cost. The principle is non-forcing and does not injure the birds, but on the contrary makes them more vigorous and prolific. PACKETS, 6d, 1/ 2/ Ask for Leaftet- Meredith & Sons, Up-to-date Corn Stores, BRECON. Sales by Auction. By James itrake? Son & Chadwick. N ANTYDE RRY HOUSE, Near ABERGAVENNY, adjacent to Nantyderry G.W.R. Station. THURSDAY & FRIDAY, JULY 10th and 11th, 1919. 1 STRAKER SON & CHADWICK, • F.A.I., are instructed by Miss Evans, who is letting the Residence un- furnished, to Sell by Auction, the VALUABLE ANTIQUE & MODERN FURNISHINGS, together with the OUT-DOOR EFFECTS, including Fine Old English Oak Chests, Buffets, Bureaus, Chairs, Tables and Cabinets, Fine English i Chime Grandfather Clock, A Set of Six genuine Chippendale Chairs Turkey Rugs, Carpets, Prints, Oils and Engravings, A Pair of Massive Antique Dutch Cabinets, Rare OldWorcester, Dresden and Oriental China, Minton and other Ware, A few Pieces of Old Glass, The Appointments of 14 Bed and Dress- ing Rooms in Mahogany, Satin Walnut and Birch. Household Linen, Curtains, &c. Order and Time of Sale Thursday, July 10th, commencing at 11 o'clock—Out-door Effects, Offices, Re- ception Rooms, China and Pictures. Friday, July 11th, commencing at 12 o'clock—Kitchen, Bedroom Furniture and Linen. View Day (by Catalogue price 1/- each) Wednesday, July 9th. Special Sale Marquee. Auctioneers' Offices, Abergavenny. Breconshire & Herefordshire. A portion of The Neuadd Estate of an area of about 750 ACRES, comprising Valuable Productive FREE- HOLD FARMS, which I STRAKER SON & CHADWICK 4 (F.A.I.) are instructed to submit to Public Auction in five Lots, subject to conditions of sale, on TUESDAY, the 15th day of JULY, 1919, at the ANGEL HOTEL, ABER- GAVENNY, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, known as and situate in the Parish of-Llanbedr, one mile from the market town of Crickhowell, Ysgubornewydd 132 acres Ty Mawr 143 acres Henbant Fawr 121 acres. Parishes of Garway and St. Weonards, 14, 12, 10 and 7 miles from the Market Towns of Abergavenny, Hereford, Ross and Monmouth respectively, The Yew Tree 196 acres. The Trothland 135 acres. Sale Plans may be inspected at and Particulars of Sale obtained from the Offices of the Auctioneers and Estate Agents, Abergavenny, or any other information from II. F. KITE, Esq., Solicitor, G:2!G3 Queen Streret, I London E.C. 4. pl'b?IC. NO irO I NURSING HOME. JWIISS HOWELL intends Opening her Nursing Home in Llan- drindod Wells next monlh, where she drindod Wells next monlh, where she will be prepared to receive Maternity Cases with Twilight Sleep" (i f desired), Medical and Surgical and Convalescents the house is The Grove, Ithon Road," has a south aspect, faces the Park. is near the Baths, Post Office and Station, j Miss Howell, prior to taking up war w'brk, had a large nursing connection in Breconshire and Radnorshire, and is well known in the neighbourhood. Highest Testimonials. Further notice of date of opening later. NOTICE OF AUDIT. Builth and Colwyn Rural Districts an 1 Builth Union. OTICE is hereby given that the; OTICE is hereby given that the audit of the accounts for the half- year ended on the 30th September. 191N, of the Councils of the above-mentioned Rural Districts and of the Guardians of the above-mentioned Union and the j Overseers of the Poor of the Parishes therein, will commence at the Board Room of the Guardians at Builth Wells on. Wednesday, the 2nd July, 1919, at twelve noon. R. G. WOODYATT, District Auditor. Cambrian Railways. Summer Train Service. A supplemented and an accelerated Service of Trains will operate on and from July 1st. For full particulars see the Company's I Official Time Table to be obtained at the Stations and Bookstalls. Price One Penny. S. WILLIAMSON, General Manager. I r- County of Brecon. Sheep Dipping (Black Mountain District) Order of 1919. 1\ OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board of Agriculture and Fisheries have revoked the Sheep Dipping (Black Mountain District) Order of 1915, and in place thereof have made the following Order set out below, which comes into operation on the 15th day of July, 1919. HENRY F. W. HARRIES, Clerk to the Breconshire County Council. County Hall, Brecon, » June, 1919. (10073). ORDER OF THE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE AND FISHERIES. (DATED 3RD Jna:, 1919.) SHEEP DIPPIXI; (BLACK MOUNTAIN DISTRICT) ORDER OF 1919. The Board of Agriculture and Fish- eries, by virtue and in exercise of the powers vested in them under the Diseases of Animals Acts. 1894 to 1914. and of every other power enabling them in this behalf, do order, and it is hereby ordered, as follows Application of Part I. of Sheep (Double Dipping) Order of IV14 with modifications. I.-(]) Part I (Restriction on Movement of Sheep out of a Movement Area) of the Sheep (Double Lipping) Order of 1914 is hereby applied during the period com- mencing on the fifteenth day of July and terminating on the thirty-first day of August in each year to the Area described in the First Schedule hereto, which shall during such period be a. Movement Area for the purposes of that Order, but sub- ject to the modifications contained in this Article. (2) The restrictions on movement of sheep applied by the said Order and this Order shall not apply to (i.) sheep moved through the Movement Area by road if they are not permitted to come in con- tact with other sheep during the move- ment through the Area or (ii.) sheep moved out of the Area for the purpose of being dipped on premises outside the Area under and in accordance with the requirements of a Notice of an Inspector of the Local Authority served under Article 2 of this Order. Double Dipping of all Sheep during period 's from 1st August to 31 st August. 2.-(1.) All sheep-except those ex- empted by the applied provisions of Article 4 of the Sheep-Dipping (England and South Wales) Order of 1915 (herein- after referred to as the principal Order ") which are on any lands to which this Article applies at any time during any part of the period commencing on the fifteenth day of July and terminating on the thirty-first day of August, in any year, shall be caused to be dipped during that year by the owner or person in charge thereof twice during the period commencing on the first day of August and terminating on the thirty-first day of that month (herein referred to as the prescribed dipping period") by a thorough immersion in a sheep dip approved by the Board for sheep scab or purporting to be so approved, with an interval of not less than seven days between the dippings. Each dipping shall be carried out on such date, at such dipping place, and in such manner as shall be required by a Notice signed by an Inspector of the Local Authority of the District wherein the sve, and served by post, or otherwise. 0:1 o>v:n;r or per- son in charge of th: sheep re!erred to in the Notice. Each dipping s'ia!i. where praetied»!&, take place on lauds In which this Article applies, but where sndi dip ping is not practicable, the Notice may require the dipping to be carried out Oil other premises specified in the Notice, and may impose any conditions as to movement, detention, isolation and dip- ping of the sheep which the Inspector may consider desirable and specify in the Notice. Sheep which are required by this Article to be dipped in any year shall be exempt from the general dipping in that year required by Article 3 of the principal Order. (2.) If the owner or person in charge of sheep to which a Notice served uilder4 paragraph (l) of this Article relates fails to comply with any condition specified in such Notice he shall, according to his own acts and defaults, be deemed guilty of an offence against the Diseases of Animals Act, 1894. (3.) Articles 3, 4 (iv.), 5 and 7 of the principal Order shall not apply to sheep affected by this Article, but otherwise that Order shall apply with the sub- stitution for the prescribed dipping period therein specified. (4.) This Article shall apply to the lands described in the Second Schedule hereto, and also to any lands in the I neighbourhood to which it may be ap- plied by a Notice to that effect signed by an Inspector of the Board or of the Local Authority and served upon the occupier of the lands described in such Notice. (5.) This Article shall cease to apply to any lands upon service on the occupier thereof of a Notice to that effect signed by an Inspector of the Board. (13.) A copy of every notice served under paragraph (4) of this Article by an Inspector of the Local Authority shall forthwith be sent to the Board by the Inspector signing the same. Revocation. 3. The Sheep Dipping (Black Mountain District) Order of 1915 is hereby re- voked. Short Title, &c. 4. This Order may be cited as the SHEEP DIPPING (BLACK MOUNTAIN DISTRICT) ORDER OF 1919, and shall" be read with the principal Order. In witness whereof the Board of Aeri- Q culture and Fisheries have hereunto set their Official Seal this third day of June, nineteen hundred and nineteen. A. IV. Anstruther, Assistant Secretary. FIRST SCHEDULE. Movement Area referred it, iii Article 1. An Area comprising the parishes of Traiau-Glas, Glyntawe, Ystradgynlais Higher, and Ystradgynlais Lower, in the administrative county of Brecknock, and the parishes of Llanddeusant, Myddfai, Llangadock, Llandilo Fawr Rural, and Quarter Bach, in the administrative county of Carmarthen. SECOXD SCHEDULE. Lauds referred to in Article 2. The common or commonable lands known as the Black Mountain, situate partly in the parishes of Traian-Glas, Glyntawe, Ystradgynlais Higher, and Ystradgynlais Lower, in the adminis- trative county of Brecknock, and partly in the parishes of Llanddeusant, Myddfai, Llangadock, Llandilo Fawr Rural, and Quarter Bach, in the administrative county of Carmarthen. County of Brecon. DISEASES OF ANIMALS ACTS, 1894 to 1911. SHEEP DIPPING (ENGLAND AND SOUTH WALES) ORDER OF lH). Compulsory Dipping of Sheep. jV OTICE JS HEREBY GIVEN that the above Order ma.de by tho Board of Agriculture and Fisheries en the 1st day of April, is still m force. The Order prescribes lor th- cumpulsury dipping of Sheep throughout an extended area, comprising the whole of the County of Brecon, during a period commencing on the 15th July, and ending on the lst day of August, sub- ject to certain exceptions set out in the Order. Copies of the said Order can 15b seen at the County Hall, Brecon, and at the Chief Police Stations in the County. HENRY F. W. HARRIES, Clerk to the County Council. County Hall, Brecon, 21st June, 1919. TALGARTH. EVERY branch of Dentistry at Henderson's Dental Surgery, Brook House, Hay, daily, all hours. County of Brecon. Tenders for General County and Police Printing and Advertising. pERSONS desirous of contracting for ■ Printing and Advertising for one year from the 1st August, 1919, to 31st July, 1920, determinable on one month's previous notice being given to the Contractor, are requesfed to send me Tenders for the same on or before ten o'clock a.m., on Friday, the 18th July, 1919. The Tenders for Advertising must state the price per inch depth, single column, per insertion. Particulars and all necessary infor- mation will be given on application at my Office at the County Hall, and at the Police Station, Brecon, where the respective forms also can be seen. HENRY F. W. HARRIES, Clerk of the County Council. County Hall, Brecon. 21st June, 1919. TO MASONS. Llanstephan House Contract, Boughrood. J REES it SONS, Contractors, J • require Walling Masons for exten- sive Contract. Wages Is Gd per hour and free lodging. Apply foreman on the job. V