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Sales by Auction, By Messrs David & VV. J. Price. (formerly David Price and Williams) MR. DAVID PRICE.] [MR.~W. J. PRICE. Monday, July 7th.—Auction and Grading Mart at Talybont. Tuesday, July 8th.—Auction and Grading Mart at Brecon. z, Wednesday, July gth. -A-uction and Grading Mart at Sennybridge. Friday, July 18th.—Sale of Farms at Brecon. July-Sale of House Property, etc., at Brecon. August.—Sale of Farms at Brecon. Talybont Auction and Grading Mart. Monday next, July 7th. Brecon Auction and Grading Mart. Tuesday next, July 8th. Sennybridge Auction and Grading Mart. o Wednesday next, July 9th. I Grading at 9-30. Sale of Stores and Calves, 11-30. Auctioneer Mr W. J. PRICE. Parish of Llanfihangel Nantbran (within 4 miles of Aberbran Station). SALE of a Desirable FREEHOLD FARM, known as "CWMCYNOG." consisting of a capital Dwelling House, Outbuildings, and 228 Acres of Land with right of pasturage on the adjoining Mountain. MESSRS. DAYID"& W. J. PRICE have been favoured with in- structions to offer the above for Sale at the WELLINGTON HOTEL, BRECON, on FRIDAY, the 18th day of July, 1919, at 1-30 prompt, subject to conditions of sale to be then produced. Further particulars can be obtained from the Auctioneers, or from Messrs. Jeffreys and Powell, Solicitors, all of Brecon. BRECONSHIiiE. Parish of LLANFILLO, Brecon 4 miles, Talgarth 5 miles, and .1 within i-mile of the main road Brecon 4 to Talgarth and Hay. Sale of a very compact Freehold Farm known as COURTYPLEVIN," comprising a superior Dwelling House, Outbuildings, and 148 acres of Land, which 1V/IESSRS DAVID & W. J. PRICE are instructed to offer for sale by auction at the WELLINGTON-HOTEL, BRECON, on FRIDAY, the 18th day of July, 1919, at 1-30 p.m subject to conditions of sale to be then read. Further particulars may be had upon application to the Auctioneers, Brecon, or to Messrs Sheldon & Plant, Solicitors, Congleton. Messrs Stephenson & Alexander Under Instructions from the Right Hon. the Lord Glanusk. BRECONSHIRE. Parishes of Talgarth, Llaufihangel- Cwm-Du, Llanbedr, Crickhowell, and Llangenny. THE DINASFFOREST, LLANBEDR, LLANGENNY AND CRICKHOWELL ESTATES. (2,500 Acres or thereabouts). MESSRS. STEPHENSON & ALEX- ANDER (F.A.I.) are instructed to Sell by Auction 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 I Town of Crickhowell. The Llanbedr and Crickhowell por- tions will be offered at the Angel Hotel, Abergavenny, on Tuesday, July 29th, 1919, at 1 30 o'clock. The Dinas Fforest portion will be offered at the Town Hall, Talgarth, on Wednesday, July 30th, 1919, at 1-30 o'clock. Plans, Particulars, and Conditions of Sale may 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. The Auctioneers will be obliged if in- tending Purchasers will, when applying for Particulars of Sale, kindly state for which portion they require particulars. Mr. H. W. PhilItps. Penbont Cottage, Aber, Talybont-on-Usk. MR. H. W. PHILLIPS has received instructions from Mrs. M. Williams to Sell by Auction, on the premises as above, on WEDNESDAY, JULY -23rd, 1919, at 3 p.m., a Quantity of Valubale Household Furniture. Auctioneer's Office 13, Bridge Street, Brecon. Sales by Auction. Messrs Miller and Powell July 4th.—Sale of Freehold Farms at Brecon. July 8th.—Brecon Grading Mart. July 8th.—Talgarth Grading Mart. July 11 th.-Sale of Antique and other Furniture at Brecon. July 18th.-Freehold Farms, etc., 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. 26th.-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. lst.-Dispersal Sale at Pannau in conjunction with Mr W. J. Price. Oct. 2nd.—Dispersal Sale, Glwydcae- newydd, Cray. BRECONSHIRE. FREEHOLD FARMS FOR SALE. MESSRS. MILLER, POWELLaiid 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-llamarcli 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 Farm and land known as Trim-yr-hwch, or commonly called Danlan, in the Parish of Merthyr Cynog, comprising 78.747 acres or there abouts, and now in the occupation of Mr William Williams, as annual tenant, with a valuable right of sheep walk to the Eppynt mountain. I LOT 3.—All that Freehold Farm known as Tynwern in the Parish of Merthyr Cynog. and situate about 11 miles from Pontfaen village, comprising 86.801 acres, now in the occupation of Mr Morgan Williams, at the low annual rental of 128, with a right of sheep walk on the Eppynt Mountain. LOT 4.—All that Freehold Farm known as Tir-y-Gledwen, otherwise called Upper Gletwen, in the Parish of Gwenddwr, comprising an area of 72 acres or thereabout, now in the occupation of Mr Arthur Williams as annual tenant. Lor 5.—A Freehold Small Holding known as Pen-y-cwm, in the Parish of Llandefalle, comprising 5.7 5li 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. H. Jones, solicitor, Brecon. BRECONSHIRE. Sale of Valuable FREEHOLD FARMS. IYI ESSRS MILLER, POWELL & Co. have received instructions to Sell by Public Auction at the qastle Hotel, Biecon On FRIDAY, the 18th JULY, the following Freehold Farms :— Tredurn Farm, Penvivei,ii Tirbach, Triffrwd, I'enrheol-1 goch, T\vyii-yr-Oricn, Morfa. and Gianyvatbn, in the parish of Llandefalle, Tvcaiiol Farm, in the parisli of Llanfihangcl-Talyllyn, .1 Caecottrel Farm, in the parish of Llangorse, Also the fully Licensed Public-house and land known as The New Inn, Glanrhyd, I Libanus, Brecon, and at the same time will be sold the I following residences, viz. I Camden Cottage, the Watton, I Brecon, Tredurn If ouse and I The Ferns, Glamorgan Street, I Brccon. I Further particulars in next week's issue, or on application to the Auctioneers, I or Messrs Jeffreys and Powell, Solicitors, I Brecon. IV)H:JUGI1 OK BRKCON. Sale of Most desirable FREEHOLD HOUSES. iyi ESSRS MILLER, POWELL & Co. have received instructions to offer by Public Auction at the Castle Hotel on FRIDAY, JULY 18, 1919, at 3-15 p.m., all those (1 Freehold Dwelling Houses known as 1,2, 3,4, 5, 6, Gwynfe Terrace in the respective occupations of Messrs Morgan, Perkins, Probert, Pugh, Jones and Corbett. The houses are of modern build and in a good state of repair, including bathrooms, h. and c., etc., gardens in rear and back entrance. Fcr further particulars apply the Auc- tioneers or Messrs Jeffreys and Powell, solicitors, Brecon. solicitors, Brecon. Sales by Auction. I Messrs. Miler and Powell. PARISH HALL, Lion Street, Brecon. I I Attractive Sale of Household Furniture (Removed for convenience of Sale). lvi ESSRS. MILLER, POWELL & I 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. HALL.—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 Romr.-Piano as new (by Wallace and Wallace), easy chair, rose- wood table, 4 mahogany chairs uphol- stered in leather and tapestry, solid mahogany table (square) on massive ped- estal, Sheraton inlaid table on pedestal, mahogany small table on pedestal, antique mahogany adjustable table, mahog- any Pendle table, round table with twisted legs, 2 fire screens (1 worked and 1 hand-painted), ebonised overman tel 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 11 11 china including jugs, brass rail fender and steel fire irons, coal box, carpet and rug. BEDROOM Xo. 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. B EDKOOM No. 4.-Brass rail bedstead I with box mattress, iron bedstead with wool mattress, bed steps, washstand, chest of drawers, mahogany swing glass, chair commode, washstand, overmantel, 3 chairs, bolsters. ATTIC.—Old oak coffer, chest of drawers, oak chest of drawers, oil stove, tins, etc., etc. DINING ROOM. Very handsome mahogany bookcase, 7ft. Oft. by 4ft. 3in., solid mahogany sideboard, mahogany top dining table, marble top table, grand- father's clock in oak case, rocking chair, mahogany arm hair, mahogany couch upholstered in leather, 6 chairs up- holstered in leather, small table on iron pedestal, 2 very handsome copper kettles, copper warming pan, pair Sheffield plated candlesticks, overmantel, 3 pairs brass candlesticks, 2 copper moulds, quantity of decanters, ruby and other jugs, &c.. &c., steel fender and fire irons, coal tidy and box, lino and hearth rug. KITCHEN.—3 tables, arm chair, 4 small do., army chair, fender and fire irons (steel). BACK KITCllE.-2 meat safes, usual cooking utensils, steps, and 2 baths. PANTII'V.—Mortar and pestle. 2 break- fast services, tea services, dessert services. dinner ware, stone and ware jugs, several pairs china candlesticks, 2 tea services, &e., &c. Parishes of LLANDDEVY and LLANFILLO. Sale of Most desirable FREEHOLD LAND. MESSRS MILLER, POWELL & Co. have been instructed to Offer by Public Auction at the Castle Hotel, on FRIDAY, JULY 18, 1919, at 3.30 p.m., that most desirable Freehold Land known as Troed-y-rallt in the Parishes of Llanddewand Llanfillo, containing by measurement 33*014 acres or thereabouts, some of which is excellent Meadow and Pasture Laud. and now in the occupation of Mr Daniel Phillips at the annual rental of £-10. I For further particulars apply the Auc- tioneers, Castle Street, Brecon, or Messrs H. Edgar Thomas and Harries, solicitors, Brecon. Preliminary Notice. SALE of Oak and other Household Furniture, including Upright Grand Piano and numerous useful lots, will be held at the WELLINGTON SALE ROOM, BRECON, on FRIDAY, JULY 25th. Full particulars later. TALGARTH. EVERY branch of Dentistry at Henderson's Dental Surgery, Brook House, Hay, daily, all hours. Sales by Auction. Mr F. G. Price. July 7th.-Hay Auction Mart. July Auct;oi Mart. July 8th.-Sale of Three Freehold Cottages, situated in Bronllys, at Talgarth. July 15th.-Talgarth Auction Mart. July 21st.—Hay Auction Mart. July 22nd.—Talgarth Auction Mart. July 29th.—Talgarth Auction Mart. July.—Sale of Household Furniture, &c.. at Town Hall, Talgarth. Sept. 4th.—Talgarth Great Annual Ewe and Ram Sale. Sept. 11th.—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. 2(ith.-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. et. 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. 8tll.- Sale of Live and Dead Farming Stock at Lloyney Farm, Llanstephan, Boughrood. Oct. 10th.—Annual Foal Show and Horse Sale. Oct.—Sale -of Live and Dead Farming Stock at Trowley Farm, Llanbedr, Erwood, S.O. Hay Auction Mart. On MONDAY, JULY 7th, 1919. All Stock to be weighed before 11 o'clock. Grading at 8-30 o'clock prompt: F. G. PRICE, The Cottage, Auctioneer. Talgarth. Talgarth & District Farmers' Union Auction Mart. On TUESDAY, JULY Pth, 1919. For Fat and Store Stock. Grading at 8-30 o'clock prompt. F. G. PRICE, The Cottage, Auctioneer. Talgarth. BRONLLYd, Breconshire. Sale of THREE FREEHOLD COTTAGES and ORCHARD, Situate in the Parish of Bronllys, and adjoining the main road, and known as PENMAES COTTAGES, which will be offered for Sale by Auction, by FRANCIS GEO. PRICE, at the TowEii HOTEL, TALGARTH, Oil TUESDAY, JULY 8th, 1919, at 2-30 o'clock in the afternoon. For further particulars, apply to the Auctioneer, Talgarth. TALGARTo. MR. FRANCIS GEORGE PRICE begs to inform the Farmers, Dealers" and others interested that he intends holding Horse Sales during next Autumn, when f50 will be offered in prizes. The Cottage, Talgarth. "County Times" Fixture List. Sunday, July Ctli-Peice Thanksgiving Service, Priory Church, Brecon, 11 a.m. Wednesday, July !Jth.-Orgall llccital at Piiory Church, Brecon. Monday, July 14th.—Brecon and Radnor Farmers' Union Executive Meeting at Builth Wells. Thursday, July 15th.-Festival Ser- vice, Priory Church, Brecon (Western Canada Fund). Friday, July 18th.-Standing Joint and Main Roads Committees. Monday, July 21st.-County Finance Committee. Friday, July 25th.—Breconshire Edu cation Committee. Friday, Aug. 1st.—Breconshire County Council. Monday, Aug. 4th (Bank Holiday).— Glasbury Oddfellows' Sports. Wednesday, August 13th.—Llauvillo Bazaar, in aid of the Church Restoration I Fund. Sales by Auction. Messrs. Wm. & Walter James. Preliminary Amiouncement. NORTH CARMARTHENSHIRE, In the Parish of Mvddfai. uu THE CILBWYN ESTATE, Freehold Residential, Agricultural, and one of the Finest Sporting Properties in South Wales, comprising a Total -Area of about 2,000 ACRES. Let at the low rental of £ 1,200 per annum (exclusive of the extensive Woodlands, which exceed 700 Acres of admittedly amongst the best natural Timber Growing Land in the Country, and would be unsurpassed as Demon- stration Ground for a School of Forestry). The Whole for Sale by Public Auction about the End of AUGUST, 1919 (under instructions from the Trustees of the Estate of the late J. P. W. Gvvynne- Holford, Esq., deceased), by MESSRS. WILLIAM & WALTER JAMES (F.A.I.) at the Town Hall, Llandovery. The Principal Lots comprise :— The GILGWYN MANSION HOUSE and GROUNDS, -Extensive Estate and other Outbuildings, Lodges. Gardens, &c. The FREEHOLD FARMS of Bailygryn," Goleugoed Fawr," "Pistyllgwyn," "Caegwyn," "Mount Pleasant," Treventy," Tircoed," "Pantygasseg." "Garreglefain," "'Llwyn- iar," "Gollenwen," Llwynmeredith," Goi-IINvyti Fawr," "Gorllwynfach," Troedrhiw," "Tynewydd," "Pentwyn," and Tirbach," &c. Also about 10 Freehold COTTAGES & GARDENS and THE NOTED SCOTLAND WOODS, &c. N.B.—The mansion and the centre portion of the Estate, within a ring fence, will be offered first of all in one lot, forming an ideal small-size sporting and residential Estate, and if not sold in that way then in separate farms, small holdings, &c. Full detailed particulars and plans will be issued shortly. In the meantime further information may be had from the Auctioneers, 7, Goat-street, Swansea, and Frondeg, Llangadock E. C. Maurice, Esq., Buckland Estate Agent, Bwlch, Brecon- shire or Messrs Rider, Heaton, Meredith and Mills, Solicitors, 8, New- square, Lincoln's Inn.-London, W.C. Mr. Arthur J. Thomas. Cwmdu and Llangattock, Breconshire. Sale of Desirable FREEHOLD AND LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES. 1V/IR. ARTHUR J. THOMAS has 1"* been instructed to Sell by Auction, at the BEAR HOTEL, CRICKHOWELL, On THURSAY, the 10th day of JULY, 1919 (subject to conditions of sale to be then read) at 2-30 o'clock in the afternoon, the undermentioned Freehold & Leasehold Proparties Lot I.-All that freehold Cottage and Garden situate at Velindre. Cwmdu, in the occupation of Mr Powell, at the low rental of £ 4 per annum. LA 2.—All that leasehold Public- House, Garden and. Premises, known as "The Swan" Inn, Llangattock, m the j occupation of Mrs Jones, at the ye;^fy rent of f9, tenant paying rates. j Lot 3.—All that leasehold Cottage, 1 Garden and Premises, being No. 2, Swan Terrace, Llangattock, in the occupation of Mr Henry Davies, jit the yearly rental of £ 0, tenant paying rates. Lot 4.—All that leasehold Cottage, Garden and Premises, being No. 3, Swan 7 Terrace, Llangattock, being in hand. Rental £ 12 per annum and rates. "The Swan" Inn is at present occupied I as a private dwelliug-hous". but the I justices' certificate of renewal has been II duly granted and the purchaser on pay- ment of the Excise license can re-open it as licensed premises. I Lots 2, 3, and 4 will be offered in the first instance as a whole, and if not sold I will be offered separately. I The above leaseholds are held for an unexpired term of IS years from the 24th June, 1919, under a lease dated 31st December, 1807, made between John Lloyd and Thomas Conway Lloyd, Esquires, and William Davies. For further particulars and orders to I view apply to the Auctioneer, Gilwern and Crickhowell or to- R. H. A. DAVIES, Esq., Solicitor, Crickhowell. GET YOUR SHEEP DIP AND MAGGOT LOTION from GNV ILLlili The Chemist, gBRECON. Lowest Prices. i I Sales by Auction, By James Straker. Bon A Chadwick. Breconshire & Herefordshire. A portion of The Neuadd Estate of an area of about 750 ACRES, comprising Valuable Productive FREE- HOLD FARMS, which 1 STRAKER SON & CHADWICK J (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 124 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; H. F. KITE, Esq., Solicitor, Queen Street, London E.C. 4. T J r:iii:nt Monday, Jnlv 7th.—-Hay Mart. Monday. July 1.Hh.-T<llybout Mart. Oct. 2nd.—Sale of Farming Stock and Implements, Penrrisk Farm, Llangenny, Crickhowell. Tuesday, October 7th.—Brecon Annual Foal Show and Sale. N otice. PENBONT COTTAGE, ABER, Talybont-on-Usk. SALE POSTPONED. T. J. Phillips, Auctioneer. Hay auction Mart Monday, July 7th, 1919. Weighing fro 11 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. -==-= TO MASOHS. LIanstephan House Contract, Boughrood. I REES & SONS, Contractors, require Walling Masons for exten- sive Contract. Wages Is Gel per hour and free lodging. Apply foreman on the job. -_=-=- :C-=- Telephone: P.O. 10. FOR CORRECT SPRING TAILORING Cosluni s Frocks Fit and Styta (ill rantced. II ALL GARMENTS arc Cut ami Made o i the Premises. II I I()itly Expert Workmen Kept. Write or Call for Patterns and Prices. I MORGAN AND LEWIS I BRECON. I Public Notices. VICTORY LOAN! VICTORY LOAN! Brecon Week, JULY 4th to 12th. PUBLIC MEETINGS Will be held on FRIDAY, JULY 4th, On the BULWARK at 3 p.m. In the PARISH HALLat8p.m. SPEAKER Coun. PETER WRIGHT OF NEWPORT. Chairman THE MAYOR (W. F. Parry de Wintou, Esq.) PEACE THANKSGIVING AT BRECON. As Mayor, I shall be glad if the Inhabitants of Brecon will accom- pany me and the members of the Corporation to a Service of Thanksgiving l for Peace at the Priory Church on Sunday next, the 6th inst., at 11 a.m. I trust all the Public Bodies in the Town will be represented, and will meet to form in Procession at the Town Hall at 10-30. I W. F. PARRY deWINTON. July 2nd, 1919. County of Brecon. DISEASES OF ANIMALS ACTS, 1894 to 1911. SHEEP DIPPING (ENGLAND AND SOUTH WALES) ORDER OF 1915. t Compulsory Dipping of Sheep. M OTICE IS HERElfr GIVEN that the above Order made by the Board of Agriculture and Fisheries on the 1st day of April, 191:>, is still in force. The Order prescribes for tlVe compulsory dipping of Sheep throughout an extended area, comprising the whole of the County of Brecon, during a period commencing on the loth July, and ending on the Hist day of August, sub- ject to certaiu exceptions set out in the Order. Copies of the said Order can be 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. Brecon and Radnor Asylum w ANTED, Male and Female Nurses; wages for Males commencing at £ 1 16s. Gd., and for Females £ 1 9s. 2d. per week of (50 hours, inclusive of meal hours, with board, lodging and laundry for which a charge will he made. After establishment uniform will be provided. Appointments subject to Asylum Officers' Superannuation Act. Apply. Medical Superintendent, Brecon and Radnor Asylum, Talgarth. Cambrian Railways. TRAIN SERVICE, July, August and September. A N Official Time Book containing full particulars of the Numerous ADDITIONS and ALTERATIONS in the TRAIN SERVICE and giving particulars of through connections to the principal Centres on other Companies' Lines can be obtained at the Stations and Bookstalls. Price One Penny. S. WILLIAMSON, General Manager. Oswestry, July, 1919.