N (COUNTY OF BRECON. RABIES ItVj OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following Order has been made by the Board of Agriculture and Fisheries. .HEXRY F. W. HARRIES. County Hall, Brecon, Clerk to the Breconshire County Council. 24th June, 1919. (10081). ORDER OF THE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE AND FISHERIES. (DATED 17th June, 1919). MONMOUTHSHIRE & DISTRICT (CONTROL OF DOGS) ORDER OF 1919 (No. 9). The Board of Agriculture and Fisheries, 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 Prohibition of Movement of Dogs 0111 of Scheduled Area. 1.—No dog shall be moved out of the area described in the Schedule hereto unless it is accompanied by a licence of the Board authorizing such movement and signed by an Officer of the Board, and any such licence may be subject to such conditions as to the detention and isolation of the dog or otherwise as the Board may think necessary or desirable and shall be specified in the licence Provided that this Article shall not apply to the movement of a dog through such area by railway from a place outside the area to another place outside the area without unnecessary delay and without being rebooked within the area, nor apply to the movement of a dog (a) out of the said area temporarily for the purpose of exercise or (b) through the said area from a place outside the area to another place in the same Scheduled District outside the area if in either case it is efficiently muzzled with an effective wire-cage muzzle, and also led by a person with a collar and chain or other attachment. Control and Muzzling of Dogs in Scheduled Area. 2.-(1) A dog in the Area described in the Schedule hereto shall at all times (a) whilst in or on any public place, be efficiently muzzled with an effective wire-cage muzzle, and shall also be led by a person with a collar and chain or other attachment Provided that the requirement as to leading shall not apply to a dog in charge of a com- petent person while being used for the driving or tending of cattle or sheep (b) whilst in or on any other place be- (i) confined in a kennel or other enclosure from which the dog cannot eseape or (ii) secured to some premises by a collar and chain or (iii) efficiently muzzled with an effective wire-cage muzzle Provided that paragraph (b) shall not apply to any pack of hounds while being exercised under the supervision of two or more competent attendants or to any dog in charge of a competent person while being used for the capture or destruction of vermin or rabbits. (2) The provisions of this Article shall not apply to any dog confined in a suitable hamper, crate, box or other receptacle, so constructed as to render it impossible for such dog while so confined to bite any person or animal. (3) Article 4 (Control of Dogs in L Scheduled Districts) of. the Monmouth- shire and District (Control of Dogs) Order of 1919 (No. 5), hereinafter referred to as the principal Order, shall not apply to a dog in the area described [ in the Schedule to this Order. i Seizure, Detention, and Disposal of Uncontrolled Dogs. 3.—(l) Any dog found in or on any public place in the area described in the Schedule hereto, in respect of which the provisions of this Order as to control or muzzling are not being complied with, may be seized by the Local Authority or by the police, and any dog so seized shall be dealt with by the Local Authority in the manner directed by Article 5 of the principal Order (Seizure, Detention, and Disposal of Uncontrolled Dogs), which Article shall apply accordingly. (2) Articles 2 and 3 of the principal Order shall apply to dogs moved in con- travention of this Order. Offences. 4.-(1) If a dog is moved in con- travention of Article 1 of this Order, the owner of the dog, and the person for the time being in charge thereof, and the person causing, directing, or permitting the movement and the person moving or conveying the dog, and the consignee or other person receiving or keeping it, knowing it to have been moved in con- travention as aforesaid, and the occupier of the place from which the dog is moved shall, each according to and in respect of his own icts and defaults, be deemed guilty of an offence against the Diseases of Animals Act, 1894. (2) If any dog is not kept under control in manner prescribed by this Order, the owner of the dog, and the person for the time being in charge thereof, shall, each according to and in respect of his own acts and defaults, be deemed guilty of an offence against the Diseases of Animals Act, 1894. Local A utliority to Enforcc Order. 5.—The provisions of this Order shall be executed and enforced by the Local Authority. Commencement. (i.-This Order shall come into oper- ation on the nineteenth day of June, nineteen hundred and nineteen. Short Title. 7.-This Order may be cited as the Monmouthshire and District (Control of Dogs) Order of 1919 (No. 9), and shall be read with the principal Order. In witness whereof the Board of I Agriculture and Fisheries have hereunto set their Official Seal this seven- teenth day of June, nineteen hundred and ninetesh. IV. H. Chamberlain, Authorised by the President. SCHEDULE. .-1 rca referred to in this Ordei. An area in the administrative county J of Monmouth comprising the borough of Abergavenny and such parts of the parishes of Llantilio-pertholey and Abergavenny Rural as lie within the following boundary, namely :—: Commencing at the point where the Old Hereford Road crosses the boundary of the borough of Abergavenny and pro- ceeding in a northerly direction along that road to the road leading to "Ty- Gwyn" or "White House" thence in easterly, southerly and easterly directions along the latter road by way of Llantilio- pertholey Church to the western boundary of the Great Western Railway thence in a generally southerly direction along the western boundary of the said railway to and across the London and North-Western Railway and continuing generally in a southerly direction along the western boundary of the first-men- tioned railway to where it meets the boundary of the borough of Abergavenny; thence in westerly, northerly and north- westerly directions along the said borough boundary to the point of commencement.
[ LLANGENNY. In Memoriam.—A special dedication took place at the Parish Church on Sun- day evening la in memory of Lieut.- Col. Herbert Philip Gordon Cochran, D.S.O., son-in-law of Mr and Mrs W. P. Rees, of Pendarren Park. The Rev. W. Evans, who officiated, delivered a touch- ing sermon, his text being—" Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends." "The Saints of God" was sung as a special hymn, and also the National Anthem. Sir and Mrs W. T. Rees, Mrs Cochran, and the rest of the family were present, and the service was also attended by a large congregation. A bronze tablet has been erected by the family in the church, and contains the badges of the Middlesex and Cheshire Regiments, and also the following inscription To the glory of God and in proud and loving memory of Lieut.-Col. Herbert Philip Gordon Cochran, D.S.O., Croix de Guerre, Middlesex Regiment, who was killed 'When commanding the 15th Cheshire Regiment at Clery-sur-Somme, March 24th, 1918, aged 40 years.—R.I.P."
r—wnTiromtt—n—itmiw THREE COCKS. Serious Accident at Yelindre.—As three men were working close together cutting down trees in Alt Wood, one of them called to another to throw the axe. Not seeing the intervening man, a Mr Hill, of Bronllys, the workman called on threw the axe, which, unfortunately, landed with the sharp edge against Hill's neck, causing a fearful gash which bled pro- fusely. The injured man had to be taken by car to Brecon Infirmary, where he lies in a precarious state. Every branch of Dentistry at Henderson's Dental Surgery, Brook House, Hay, daily, all hours.
The Food Controller has re-imposed the maximum retail prices for veal, which will, until further notice, be the same as those in force up to May 31st. It is announced also that in the interests of the consumer the Cabinet intend to authorise the continuation of a number of restrictions affecting the sale of meat, &c., which it had been proposed to abolish. I
TALSARTH MAN'S TERSI3LE DEATH. Inquest at Crickhowell. Mr R. H. A. Davies, coroner, held an inquest at Crickhowell on Monday re- specting the death of Seth Jones, a native of Talgarth, travelling pedlar. Police-Sergt. Roger Edwards, Crick- howell, said that at about 3-30 p.m. on Saturday last he was called by Mr George Millett to a field in the occupation of Mr W. V. Jones. They proceeded together to the hay barn, where they saw a coat and a cap on the top of a hay rick in the barn. There was a ventila- tion hole in the centre of the rick. Witness put his hand down the hole, about two feet. and felt a boot and a leg in it. Millett also. by the same method, discovered another boot and leg, and with the assistance of Mr Ben Powell, of Graig Barn, they fastened a rope around each leg and hauled up the body of a man, "which they recognised as that of Seth Jones, a travelling pedlar and ex-soldier, a native of Talgarth and about 51 years of age. Witness last saw deceased alive on Thursday in Crick- howell. The body was removed to the Britannia Inn, and the following articles were found on it :-A pedlar's certificate, a pensioner's identity certificate, a dis- charge certificate dated 26ih April, 1910, a knife, a note book, (id in coppers, and a clay pipe. In the opinion of witness, deceased went to the rick on Thursday evening to sleep (he had been informed that a man was seen to no theie at 9 o'clock th:t t evening) and fell headfirst down the ventilation shaft and was suffocated and burnt. The shaft was about 1.; ir. and 8 ft. deep. If the deceased feJ in as he suggested, lie had no possible chanc.) of struggling out again, as his body appeared to be tightly fixed in the hole. The cause of death was undoubtedly misadventure. George Millett, of Brecon road, Crick- howell, said he superintended the making of the hay rick, which took place on the 17th inst. The hay was fresh, and he made a shaft in the usual manner by drawing up a bag of hay. On Saturday last he went to see how the hay was getting on, and climbed up the post of the barn, where he immediately detected a bad smell, and saw a jacket, cap and pipe on the rick. Placing his hand down the hole, he felt what he thought was a man's body, and he then fetched Police- Sergeant Edwards. He was of the same opinion as Sergt. Edwards as to the deceased having gone there to sleep, and as to how he met with his death. Dr Hill, Crickhowell, deposed to examining deceased's body on Saturday evening. The head and face were charred beyond recognition, and the right oil- was also charred and partly missing. There were tattoo marks of a woman and a serpent on the right arm, and of a woman on the left arm. Both arms and hands were burnt and the skin destroyed. The skin over the right thigh was also burnt and blistered. The cause of death was burns accelerated by suffocation, due to spontaneous combustion of hay. The Coroner recorded a verdict in accordance with the medical testimony. The deceased's funeral took place on Monday at Crickhowell Cemetery.
I GOLF FOR BUILTH ? A Desirable Attraction, j Finance a Problem. A meeting of the committee appointed by the Builth Wells Chamber of Trade, to discuss the advisability of formillg a golf club for the town, was held on Friday evening. There were present Messrs. P. Collier (who was voted to t\e chair), J. Meredith Jones, J. Duggan. A. Hamar, D. L. Williams, and W. W. Lennard. Mr Williams made the opening drive by observing that thefe was a strong desire for the formation of a golf club. as it would prove a benefit to the town. The Chairman agreed, and had been of the same opinion a long time in fact, he said, several possible sites had been walked over," but nothing had been done owing to the difficulty of securing suitable land. Mr Hamar thought a nine-hole course could be secured on Penmyarllan Farm the one difficulty was that the land was not suitable for sheep grazing, and ex- pensive mowing would have to be under- I taken. He was sure, however, there would be liberal support in the town. Mr Leunard pointed out that there was a likelihood of the town being developed in the near future towards the River Irvon. It depended on the Park Wells and a golf course should be on that side of the town. The Chairman advised the meeting I that with a nine-hole course the annual I expenditure would be from £ 180 to £ 200. With 50 members at 92 each I there would be an annual income of C 100, and there would be another £ 100 to find. Eventually it was decided to take a "roving commission," and meet again in September.
I T A LYBONT-ON-USK Obituary.—The death of an old and highly respected inhabitant took place ) on the Kith inst., in the person of Mrs I Morgan, wife of Mr Thomas Morgan, Garfanell house, Talybont. Deceased, who was 73 years of age, had been for some months past in failing heaith, but the end came somewhat suddenly. The greatest sympathy is felt throughout the i district for the husband. The funeral took place on Thursday afternoon last at Benaiah Chapel. The large atten- dance was proof of the high esteem in which Mr and Mrs Morgan were held by all. The Rev W. H. A. Morgan, late pastor of Benaiah, took the service at the house and was assisted at the chapel I by the Rev Roderick Morgan. The Rev J. S. Davies, rector of Llanddetty, pro- nounced the Benediction. The hymns "Lead Kindly light and He sendeth sun, He sendeth shower were sung in the chapel, and the Welsh hymn 0 Fryniau Caersalem at the graveside. Wreaths were sent by the following :— Mr Thomas Morgan, husband; Mr and Mrs Griffiths, Cardiff Mr and Mrs Yorath the members of Benaiah Chapel the Misses Jones, Brooklyn Mr and Mrs Cuthbert; Mr and Mrs Wozeneraft Mr and Mrs Harris, Lynydenburg and Mrs Williams, Alms Houses. The re- latives who followed we»8 Mr Thomas Morgan, husband Mr and Mrs Griffiths, Cardiff, nephpw and niece Mr W. w.
¡ CREGtiHCWELL POLICE* COURT. Wednesday, before Messrs. E. Pirie- Gordon and C. NV. Hughes. ASSAULT OX A David James, of 4. Rews, Sirhowy, collier, was charged with indecently as- saulting Annie Williams, aged ï years, T daughter of James Williams, of Tyisha Farm. Gilwern, on the 11th instant. Mr D. Gibson Harris appeared for the pros- ecution. The evidence was not of a very strong character as supporting the charge of indecent assault, and the bench re- duced it to one of common assault, and fined the defendant X3, and ordered payment of the costs of the prosecution, fG 17s. altogether. NO MUZZLES—CffMHf CASES. Annie Hyde and Christopher Games. both of Cwmdu, were respectively fined 7/C) each for allowing their dogs to be unmuzzled 0:1 the highway, and the defendant Games was also fined an additional 7/G for not having a collar, containing his name and address, on the dog. alleged thkit at llaxgattock. Three small Llangattock lads were summoned for stealing certain pieces of timber, altogether of the value of 4/ that had been in use as a temporary foot- bridge, the property of Miss A. M. Hilliard, of Glanonney, Llangattock. The case was dismissed on payment of the costs. 19 k). A charge preferred against Arthur Nolan, of Llangattock. of receiving the timber from the lads knowing the same to have been stolen, was dismissed. THE CHIEF constable's TIP." R. Roderick, of Cae Henry. Llanddetty, farmer, was summoned for driving a horse and trap without lights, at 11-5 p.m., on the 7th instant, at the parish of Llan- gynidr. The defendant said he was not "driving," hut" leading the horse. Col. Cole-Hamilton, chief constable, said there was an erroneous impression prevalent amongst farmers, that if a horse was being led it was no offence to have no lights on the vehicle. Those who held that opinion were wrong, and he hoped the Press would kindly make a note of his statement. The bye-law under which this was at one time allowed, long ago, was now obsolete. The case was dismissed on payment of costs. FINED FOR COXSF.MIXG." Arising out of the case heard at the previous court, against the landlord of the Cross Keys Inn, Tretower, William Davies. of 24, Darnley street, Ebbw Vale, labourer, was summoned for con- suming liquor on the said licensed premises on the 13th ult.. and was fined lO/G. Morgan. Nelson, nephew Mr W. Morgan and daughter, Porth, brother-in-law and niece Mrs Morgan. Ynysybwl, sister- in-law Mrs Maddy, Ynysybwl. niece Mr Ivor Morgan, Ynysybwl. nephew Mr Willie Morgan. Taff's Well, nephew Miss Hall, Pentwyn. Pencellv. niece Mrs Moore, Pennorth, cousin. The bearers were Messrs David Williams, Wm. Jones, John Price and Thomas Maddy. The coffin, of oak with brass fittings, was supplied by Mr Maddy. of Cross Oak.
pr i Ifl UNIQUE MILITARY INCIDENT. | i l "f "'c I r I )! 'é A I $ .j'i tll M 14 r y M tl¡ ■f! m Our picture shows the Colours of the 1st and 2nd Battalions of the 24th Regiment (South Wales Borderers); as displayed together in the Officers' Mess at ^Tj |j^, the Brecon Depot, on Thursday evening last. So far as can be ascertained, this is the first time the two sets of Colours have been brought together, and it is an oc- currence that must be very rare in the history of any regiment. The half-folded T| Colours are those of the 1st Battalion the Colours of the 2nd Battalion are fully >$5 exteuded behind.. „ fi A report of the proceedings in connection with the home-coming of^the 1st B. Battalion and a record of their war service, with two illustrations, appear on page 2 & 3. For the information of the curious, it may be stated that the cadre of the 2nd IT Battalion S.W.B. returned home under Col. Raikes on April 5th. ►)•$! ,!< m kV
CO-OPERATION FOR FARMERS. Public Meet ng at Bu 1th Welis. A public meeting was held at the Foresters' Hall, Builth Wells, on Mon- day afternoon, under the auspices of the Agricultural Organisation Society, as part of a great propaganda campaign. Mr B. P. Lewis. Rhayader (chairman of the Brecon and Radnor Farmers' Union), who was advertised to preside, was unable to attend, and Mr O. W. Davies. Aber- duhonow, was voted to the chair. Letters of apology were read from Mr Lewis. Mr John Owen (Chief Commissioner for Wales for the Board of Agriculture) and Mr J. L. Davies, the chairman of the West Breconshire Farmers' Association, and a wire was received from Mr or W. H. AVarman-and Mr H. E. H. James. directors of the Welsh Section of the I Agricultural Organisation Society, stating that they had missed the railway con- I nection at Three Cocks andwould not be in time for the meeting. In the course of his opening address, the Chairman said that he had preached co-operation among the farmers for several years, but he had received very little attention from that district. Now I he hoped they would make a forward movement. Mr David Lewis, A.O.S. organiser for Glamorganshire, Breconsbire and Rad- norshire, gave particulars showing the remarkable progress of the movement in Wales, and said he felt sure that a society should be formed in the Builth district. At Hay a society had recently been formed and registered. It -,vas important to all farmers that they should be in a position to buy at wholesale terms and to sell their produce collectively. Mr Howell Williams, manager of the West Breconshire Farmers' Association. I gave an encouraging report of the pro- gress of that Association, and predicted a much greater success immediately con- trol was done away with. He advocated I a farmers' co-operative society for Builth and district, aud observed that he bad no hesitation in saying that it would prove a great boon. Mr J. W. Jones. Sheephouse. Hay. said that in the future farmers would have to adopt the best methods of trad- ing and would have to buy on the best terms if they were to make farming pay. In fact, in view of the keen competition of the future, of necessity they would have to co-operate in buying and selling. Mr David Thomas (agricultural or- ganiser for Breconshire and Radnorshire) I said that he had been more or less con- nected with the co-operative movement in West Wales since its inauguration 20 years ago, and in his opinion it had proved a great boon to the small farmers. Wherever a society had been formed it had invariably been a financial success. He suggested that as a strong society had been formed at Hay, branches of it should be established at Builth Wells. Newbridge-on-Wye and Rhayader. i The usual votes of thanks terminated 'I the meeting.
GLASBURY. Eveky branch of Dentistry at Henderson's Dental Surgery, Brook House, Hay, daily, all hours. Death of an Octogenarian.—On Thurs- day last a very old inhabitant passed away in the person of Mr James Harris, late of Three Cocks Mill. He had lived to the advanced age of S4. and for several years had been partially blind. His wife died about three years ago, and since her death deceased's great grandson's wife and family had lived with him. During his lifetime, and when able to be about. he had been a faithful member of the Wes- leyan Church. The funeral took place at S. Peter's Church on Monday, when the Vicar officiated. The mourners were Mr James Harris and Miss Harris, Tre- goyd Mill Mr and Mrs Harris. Tre- harn Mill Mr and Mr* Bennett and family, and a number of grandchildren. Many floral tributes testified to the esteem in which deceased was held. Sunday School Festival.—The Sunday School festival for S. Peter's, Glasbury. and Yelindre, took place on Sunday last. The children occupied the choir stalls and sang several hymns very sweetly. Rev. F. Whitehead preached in the morning, and the Rev. E. Jones, Cric- adarn, in the evening. The collections throughout the day were for the Sunday School Funds.
LLANWRTYD WELLS. Urban Council.—Mr D. 1. Williams presided at a special meeting of the Urban District Council held on Friday last, to consider the question of a war memorial. It transpired that the Visitors. Amusement Committee were willing to hand over certain of the proceeds of their concerts towards a war memorial providing that it took such a form as would in some way benefit the visitors to the Spa. On the proposition of Mr J. A. Davies. seconded by Mr R. D. Jones, it was agreed that the war memorial take the form of a free library and institute. In order to meet the Visitors' Committee and to further ventilate the matter, the following com- mittee was suggested Mr J. Elystan Lloyd, the Rev Lucas, Councillors R. D. Jones, J. A. Davies. E. S. Morgan, Evan Price, D. 1. Williams. Mr D. A. Rees, Mr D. J. Price. Mr T. E. C. Davies. Mr G. P. Davies. Mr W. B. Howell, Mr W. S. Thomas and Mr W. H. James. It was further decided that this committee should take in hand the arrangements for the peace celebrations, with power to add to their number, Mr Samuel Griffith to act as clerk.
CRICKET. CHRIST COLLEGE v. MONMOUTH GFlAMMAR SCHOOL. Played at Monmouth on June 18th. in fine weather. Monmouth, withhoice of innings, did Lot make much of a show. though Aston hit very hard for his 32. They were out immediately after lunch for 84. Brecon made a moderate start. but Price and Harris added 80 for the 2nd wicket, and won the match. Both gave chances, but their batting was good, Price making some excellent cuts and leg hits. and Harris showing splendid defence. The other batting was not successful, though Griffiths made some good strokes. Monmouth in the second venture again failed, and consequently Brecon had an easy task in winning the match outright by 9 wickets. The Brecon cricket was not. perhaps, up to their highest standard, but there was no doubt as to the decisive nature of their victory. Scores :— MoXJKV TH GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 1st Innings. B. G. Aston. b Williams 32 C. R. P. Jones. lbw, b Price 0 P. J. Davies, c Roberts, b Williams 3 J. W. Gibbs. b Williams 18 C. H. Sutherland, b Price 1 L. Y. Jenkins, b Williams 4 R. J. Freeman, c Morgan, b Price 9 T. P. Rees. b Roberts 5 G. Russell, b Williams 1 W. J. Prosser, b Williams 4 X. Thomas, not out 0 Extras 7 84 2nd Innings. B. G. Aston, c & b Price 14 C. R. P Jones, b Williams 3 P. J. Davies. c Roberts, b Williams 2 J, W. Gibbs. b Price 11 C. H. Sutherland, c Evans, b Price. 0 L. V. Jenkins. lbw. b Williams 3 R. T. Freeman, b Price 0 T. P. Rees, not out 12 G. Russell, c Holmes, b Blackall 14 W J. Prosser. b Price 1 X. Thomas, b Blackall 0 Extras 12 72 CHRIST COLLEGE. 1st Innings. 1. Ll. Evans. lbw, b Sutherland 2 E. L. Jones, b Jenkins G T. Ll. Price, c Gibbs. b Sutherland. 57 R. T. Harries, c Davies. b Sutherland 27 E. Williams, st Thomas, b Gibbs 7 X. S. Blackall. c Freeman. b Sutherland 4 R. Marshall, b Sutherland 1 E. N. Morgan, b Sutherland 8 N. J. Griffiths. not out 15 E. H. Holmes, b Sutherland 2 D.R.R.Roberts, lilt,,vkt.' bsuthei-laiid 0 Extras 20 149 2nd Innings.—I. Ll. Evans. not out. 3 E. L. Jones, b Jenkins. 0 T. Ll. Price, not out. 4 extras 2. total (1 wkt) 9.
CHRIST COLLEGE v. HEREFORD CATHEDRAL SCHOOL. This return match took place at Here- ford on Saturday June 21st. Christ College atoned for their defeat of ten days earlier by a handsome victory. The chief feature of the play was the splendid batting of 1. Ll. Evans, who overcame the difficulties of a very bumpy wicket with great skill. Clean and accurate cutting accounted for most of his runs. The Brecon score of 151 was quite a good one under the conditions. Hereford started very badly, and though Peuning- ton and Richards made a useful stand they could not recover, and were easily beaten. E. Williams bowled admirably at the outset of the innings, and Price proved destructive later on. Scores :— ( IllIST 1. Ll. Evans, b Addison GG E. L. JOLb. b Thomas 1 T. LL. Price, st Cross, b Addison 16 R. T. Harries, c Lloyd, b Addison 0 E. Williams, c Mumford, b Thomas. 15 S. b Add-on 0 E. D. Jones, c Addison, b Thomas 11 E. X. Morgan, c & b Thomas 0 N. ,1. Griffiths, b Addison 14 E. H. Holmes, b Mumford G D. R. R. Roberts, not out 0 Extras 22 151 < 'AT HE Of! AL SCHOOL. First Innings. T. Pennington, c Griffiths, b Price. 24 F. Cross, c t\r b Williams 0 E. A. Addison, b Williams 0 K. Lloyd, b Williams 4 AT. Raw. run out 1 E. T. Marshall, b Williams 0 S. C. R. Thomas, b Williams 10 J. G. Richards, c Morgan, b Price 23 R. H. Hopkins, b Price 4 F. J. Parker, not out 2 J. Mumford. b Price 0 Extras 2 70 2nd Inuings.—T. Pennington, not out, 23 E. A. Addison, c Holmes, b Black- all. 8 K. Lloyd, c Evans. b E. D. Jones. 3u J. Mumford, b Blackall, 4 Extras. 4 total 3 wkt.;) G9.
EARDISLEY. Every branch of Dentistry at Henderson, s Dental Surgery, Brook House, Hay. daily, all hours I