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Sales bv A BY Mossrs David & W. J. Prico (formerly David Price and Williams) MR. DAVIT) PRICE.] [MR.W.JI. IPRICE. Wednesday. July lf>th.—Auction and Grading Mart at Sennybridge. Friday, July 18th.—Sale of Farms at j Brecon. July—Sale of House Property, at ) Brecon. Monday. July :1st.ndion and Grad- ing Mart at Talybont. Tuesday, July 22nd.—Auction and Grad- ing Mart at Brecon. I Wednesday, July 23rd.—Auction and j Grading Mart at Sennybridge. I July.—Sale of Antique Furniture and Old Pewter Plates at Gorof, Upper Chapel. Friday, August 29th.-Sale of Trecastle Farms at Brecon. Thursday, Sept. 18th.—Dispersal Sale of y Stock, etc., at Brynprydydd Farm, Cwmtaff. Monday, Sept. 29th.—Dispersal Sale of Stock at Pannau, Llanfrynach (in con- junction with Mr H. Powell). Saturday, Oct. 4th.—Sale of Stock, etc 4t Henrhyduchaf Farm, Colbren. Sennybridge Auction and r Grading Mart. zn Wednesday next, July 16th. Grading at 9-30. Sale of Stores and Calves, 11-30. Auctioneer Mr W. J. PRICE. Parish of Llanfihangel Kantbran (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 r, with right of pasturage on the adjoining Mountain. MESSRS. DAVID & VV. 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. I BRECONSHIRE. Parish of LLANFILLO, Brecon 4 miles, Talgarth 5 miles, and within -mile of the main road Brecon 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 MESSRS DAYID & 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, Llanfihangel- Cwm-Du, Llanbedr, Crickhowell, and Llangenny. THE DINASFFOREST,LLANBEDR, LLANGENNY AND CRICKHOWELL ESTATES. (2,500 Acres or thereabouts). MESSRS. STEPHENSON & ALEX- LVi 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 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.; Panmyarth Estate Office, Crickhowell Messrs Lee and Pembertons, Solicitors, 44, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, WC. 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. 1s. per lb. paid for ripe Meadow Saffron Seeds in pod, but must be ripe. Gd. per lb. paid for clean Meidow Saffron Bulbs, but must be clean. Any quantity taken. Passenger carriage paid to Hay. Prompt cash with bags. LAST YEAJ OF PURCHASE. STOKOE, Chemist, Hay. Safes by Auction. Messrs Miller and Powell Ii July 11th.—Sale of Antique and other Furniture at Brecon. July 15t-i.-T,Igarth Mart. July IRh.-Fi-eeiold Farms, etc., at Brecon. August.—Furniture Sale, Wellington Hotel. Brecon. Sept. 22ud. Forest Lodge Annual ) Draft Stock Sale. Sept. 24th.—NantjTharn Annual Draft Stock Sale. Sept. 25th.—Dispersal Sale at Abercar, Cwmtaf. Sept. 20th.—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. PARISH HALL, I.ion Street, Brecon. Attractive Sale of Household Furniture (Removed for convenience of Sale). lylESSRS. 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 .1 Household Furniture, which is in ex- cellent condition. HAM..—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. 6in. by 1ft. 9in., brass waiter, pictures, oak chair. SITTING Roo.i.-Piatio as new (by Wallace and Wallace), easy chair, rose- wood table, 4 mahogany cfrairs 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 overmantel 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 Ni). 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. 11 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. 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 chair, mahogany couch upholstered in leather, 0 chairs up- holstered in leather, small table on iron pedestal, 2 very handsome copper kettles, opper 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. I- KITCHEN.—3 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. PANTRY.—Mortar and pestle, 2 break- fast services, tea services, dessert services, dinner ware, stone and ware jugs, several pairs china candlesticks, 2 tea services, ■tec., &c. U'JUOUGfU op HKKCOX. Sale of Most desirable FREEHOLD HOUSES. ivyl 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 ti Freehold Dwelling Houses known as 1,2, 3, 4, 5, 6, Gwynte 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. For further particulars apply the Auc- tioneers or Messrs Jeffreys and Powell, solicitors, Brecon. Sales by Auction. Messrs. Miler and Powell. I Parishes of LLANDDE v. and LLANFILLO. Sale of Most desirable FREEHOLD LAND. MESSRS MILLER, POWELL & Co. I have been instructed to Offer by Public Auction at the Castle Hotel, on FRIDAY. JULY 18, 1919, [it 3.30 p.m., that most desirable Freehold Land known as Troed-y-rallt and Alltronin, in the Parishes of Llanddewand Llanfillo, containing by measurement 3G'911 acres or thereabouts, some of which is excellent Meadow and Pasture Land, and now in the occupation of Mr Daniel Phillips at the annual rental of £ 40. For further particulars apply the Auc- tioneers, Castle Street, Brecon, or Messrs H. Edgar Thomas and Harries, solicitors, Brecon. BRECONSHIRE. Sale of Valuable FREEHOLD FARMS. IV/I ESSRS MILLER, POWELL & Co. ■ have received instructions to Sell by Public Auction at the Castle Hotel, Biecon, On FRIDAY, the 18th JULY, (subject to such conditions as shall then and there be produced) the following desirable Freehold Farms :— Area Acres Tredurnfawr and Tredurnfach 152-205 Penwern and Bryneirin 35*949 Tycanol 101-390 Tirbach 23 Penrheolgoch 20 Triffrwd 41 Morfa and Glanarafon 25-800 Twyn-vr-Onen 67*723 Caecotteril 107-525 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. :— el Camden Cottage, Tredurn House, and The Ferns, situated in the town of Brecon. Further particulars on application to the Auctioneers or Messrs Jeffreys and Powell, Solicitors, Brecon. Mr. T. J, Phillips Monday, July 14th.—Talybont Auction and Grading Mart. Tuesday, July 15th.-Brecoii Cattle Market Grading and Auction Sale. Monday, July 21st.-Hay Coal Wharf Mart Grading and Auction Sale. Monday, July 28th.—Talybont Grading and Auction Mart. August 4th.—Hay Grading and Auction Sale. August 5th.—Brecon Cattle Market Grading and Auction Sale. Crickhowell Property Sale, date not fixed. August 11 th.-Talybont Grading Mart and Auction Sale. August,—Crickhowell Property Sale. Sept. 2nd and 1 tith.-Brecon Cattle Market, Breeding Ewes and Store Wethers. Oct. 2nd.—Penprisk Farm, Llangenny, Farming Stock and Implements, October 7th.—Brecon Foal Show and Sale. October 9th.-Hay First Annual Foal Show and Sale. Talybont Grading and Auction Mart. MONDAY, JULY 14th, 1919. Grading at 10-30 a.m. Auction Sale-Calves and Store Stock, 11-30 a.m. T. J. PHILLIPS, Auctioneer. Brecon Cattle Market, TUESDAY, JULY 15th. Weighing from 8 a.m. Grading 9-30. Auction Sale-Cahes, 11-30 Pigs and Store Stock, 12 o'clock. T. J. PHILLIPS, Auctioneer. Hay Auction and Grading Mart, MONDAY, JULY 21st. Weighing from 9 a.m. Grading 9-30. Auction Sale—Calves and Store Stock at 12 o'clock. T. J. PHILLIPS, Auctioneer. Offices Penpentre House, Ship Street, Brecon. ER WOOD. EVERY branch of Dentistry at Henderson's Dental Surgery, Brook o House, Hay, daily, all hours. 'i Sales by A uction. r Mr F. G. Price. 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. lIth.-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 Llall Farm, Llandefalle, Talgarth. Sept. 24th.—Sale of Live and Dead Farming Stock at Peugraig, 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. Oct.—Sale of Live and Dead Farming Stock at Trowley Farm, Llanbedr, Erwood, S.O. Talgarth & District Farmers' Union Auction Mart. On TUESDAY, JULY 15th, 1919. For Fat and Store Stock. Grading at 8-30 o'clock prompt. F. G. PRICE, The Cottage, Auctioneer. Talgarth. Hay Auction Mart. On MONDAY, JULY 21st, 1919. For Fat and Store Stock. Grading at 8-30 o'clock prompt. All Stock to be weighed before 11 o'clock. F. G. PRICE, The Cottage, Auctioneer. Talgarth. TALGARTH.. MR. 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, Talgarth. # Messrs Knight, Frank & Rutley. SOUTH WALES. THE PARK WELLS ESTATE, BUILTH WELLS. Half-mile from Builth Wells Station (Cambrian Railway), 1 i miles from Builth-road Station (L." and N.W. Railway), seven miles from Llandrindod Wells, and 5 hours from London. There is a well-built Boarding House. containing three reception rooms, nine bedrooms, and usual offices two pump houses, bath house. FOUR VALUABLE MINERAL SPRINGS, including SALINE, CHALYBEATE and SULPHUR (the latter probably the finest in the Kingdom). Well-wooded Grounds and Meadowland, in all 65 ACRES. To be Sold by Auct'on, on FRIDAY, 1st AUGUST, as a whole, or in Six Lots, at the LION' HOTEL, BUILTH WELLS, at 11-30 a.m. Solicitors :-Mess. Jeffi-eN-s <! £ Powell, Brecon. Auctioneers :—Messrs. Knight, Frank and Rutley, 20, Hanover Square, W. 1. Public No* Ices. MAESLLWCH PARK, GLASBURY. QDDFELLOWS' SPORTS will be () held in the above Park (by kind permission of Major deWintofi), on Bank Holiday, August 4th next. Foot and Cycle events. Y.40inprizes. Three Mile Cycle Handicap, 10 Guinea Silver Challenge Cup and Cash Prize. Entries close first post July 30th.— T. Turner, hon. sec., Glasbury, Brecon- shire. Sales by Auction, By James Straker fen & Ohadwick. 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 • (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 o'clock in the afternoon, known as and situate in the Parish of Llanbedr, one mile from the market town of Crickhowell, Ysguboruewydd 132 acres Ty Mawr 143 acres Henbant Fawr 1:24 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, G2/G3 Queen Street, London E.C. 4. Messrs. Wm. & Walter James. Preliminary Announcement. NORTH CARMARTHENSHIRE, In the Parish of Mvddfai. THE CILGWYN 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 91,200 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. Gwynne- 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," Llwynmereditb," Gorllwyn Fawr," "Gorllwynfach," Troedrhiw," "Tynewydd," "Pentwyn," and Tirbach," i £ c. Also about 10 Freehold COTTAGES & GARDENS and THE NOTED SCOTLAND WOODS, itc. v 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, ike. 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. Recent Testimonial. High Street, Bilston. Will you kindly send us further supply of "Protein" Poultry Powder (281bs). We had a supply a few weeks ago, but are running short through giving friends a sample, who marvel at the quantity of Eggs we are getting, although the weather is so severe. Please find cheque enclosed and forward with your usual promptness. MESSRS. BAKER, BROS. February 14th, 1919. 6d. 18. and 2s. PACKETS. Meredith and Sons, Up-to-date Corn Stores, BRECON. THREE COCKS. EVEHY branch of Dentistry at Henderson's Dental Surgery, Brook House, Hay, daily, all hours. Snfos Uy ftuctlon.^ Mr. J. Bown. Assembly Boom, Wellington Hotel, Brecon. FRIDAY. JULY 25th. Sale of C nk and other Hon e. hold Furniture. j\/|E. C. J. BOWN has been instructed to Sell by Auction various lots including :—Upright grand piano, walnut do. iron frame, oak sideboard, oak dining- room suite (2 cai vers, 6 small), oak chair, oak leaf table, oak table-chair, oak grandfather clock, oak fern dand, old oak dresser, satin walnut bedroom suite. (wardrobe, panelled mirror, dressing chest, swing mirror and 2 side do., wash- stand, with swing mirror, and 2 chairs), enamelled bedroom suite with double bedstead and spring mattress, Chesterfield with 2 drop ends, settee, 2 couches, old mahogany lady's chair, occasional chair, inlaid mahogany drawing-room chair, 2 small do.2 old-fashioned billiard chairs, old panelled oak chest, office desk, office chair, gent's flrmchair, chest of drawers, brass bedstead with spring mattress, single do. with overlay, blankets, sheets, pillows, etc., and other his too numerous to mention. L Sale at 2 p.m. On view morning of sale. i Terms Cash. 8, Wheat Street, Brecon. j -Public Notices- Walter Powell, Deceased. I Pursuant to the Act of Parliament of the 22nd and 23rd Vic., cap. 35, intituled II" An Act to further amend the law of property and to relieve Trustees." JVJ OTICE is hereby given, that all creditors and other persons having any claims or demands against the Estate of Walter Powell, late of Lower Llanedw Farm, Rhulen, in the County of Radnor, Retired Farmer (who died on the 2tith day of December, 1918, and whose Will was proved in the Hereford District Registry of the Probate Division of the High Court of Justice, on the 2Gth day of March. 1919, by David Thomas, of Barclays Bank Limited, Builth Wells, in the County of Brecon, Bank Manager, and John Powell Price, of Brynmelis, Glascwm, in the said County of Radnor, Farmer, the Executors named in the said Will), are hereby required to send the particulars in writing, of their claims and demands, to the undersigned, the Solicitor for the said Executors, on or before the First day of September, 1919, after which date the said Executors will pro- ceed to distribute the assets of the said deceased amongst the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims and demands of which they shall then ha.ve had notice, and they will not be liable for the assets of the said deceased, or any part thereof, so distributed, to any person or persons of whose claims or demands they shall not then have had notice. DATED this 7th day of July, 1919. HUGH VAUGHAN VAUGHAN, Builth, Solicitor for the Executors. Anne Griffiths, Deceased. Pursuant to the Act of Parliament of the 22nd and 23rd Vic., cap. 35, intituled An Act to further amend the law of property and to relieve Trustees." OTICE is hereby given, that all creditors and other persons having any claims or demands against the Estate of Anne Griffiths, late of Cheswicke, Garth Road, Builth Wells, in the County of Brecon, Widow (who died on the Third day March, 1919, and whose Will was proved in the Hereford District Registry of the Probate Division of the High Court of Justice, on the 17th day of May, 1919, by Sydney Thomas, of Glaslyn, BUKth Wells, aforesaid, and Mary Jones, the wire of Thomas Jor.es, of New House, Staunton on Wye, I Hereford, two of the Executors named in the said Will), are hereby required to send I the particulars in writing, of their claims and demands, to the undersigned, the Solicitor for the said Execuiors, on or before the First day of September, 1919, rl after which date the said Executors will proceed to distribute the assets of the said deceased amongst the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims and demands of which they shall then have had notice, and they will not be liable for the assets of the said deceased, or any part. thereof, so distributed, to any person or persons of whose claims or demands they shall not then have had notice. DATED this 7rh day of -L|[y, 1919. HUGH, VAUG HAN VAUGHAN, Builth, Solicitor for the Executors. Brecon and Radnor Asylum. WANTED, Male and Female Nurses wages for Males commencing at £ 1 lGs. Gd., and for Females £ 1 9s. 2d. per week of GO hours, inclusive of meal hours, with board, lodging and laundry for which a charge will be made. After I establishment uniform will be provided. I Appointments subject to Asylum Officers' Superannuation Act. Apply, Medical Superintendent, Brecon and Radnor Asylum, Talgarth. PullIc Notices, CORN PRODUCTION ACT, 1917. Agricultural Wagis Board (England and Wales). Pioposal to vary the Definition of Overtime Employment in Brecon and Radnor. THE Agricultural Wages Board (Eng- land and Wales) hereby give Notice as required by paragraph 4 of the Agri- cultural Wages Regulations, 1918, that they propose to make the following Order :— (l) In the case of any workman em- ployed in agriculture in the area com- prising the administrative counties of Brecknock and Radnor who, under an agreement with his employer, is entitled in each half-year either to a week's holiday on full pay or a week's work on double pay, the provisions of the Orders of the Wages Board, dated the 18th February and the 16th May, 1919, that in addition to any other employment which ranks as overtime employment under any Order of the Wages Board all employment in excess of Ii hours on a Saturday or on such other day (not being Sunday) in every week, as may be agreed between the employer and the workman, except time spent on such day by Stock- men of any class in connection with the feeding and cleaning of stock, shall also Z, I rank as overtime employment, shall no longer apply. The Agricultural Wages Board, as re- quired by paragraph 4 of the above- mentioned Regulations, will consider any objections to the above proposed Order which may be lodged with them within one month from the date of this notice. All objections should be in writing, and [ should be addressed to the Secretary, Agricultural Wages Board (England and Wales), 80, Pall Mall, London, S.W. I. The objections should state precisely, and so far as possible with reasons, what ir. objected to. Dated this 8th day of July, 1919. Signed by Order of the Wages Board, R. E, STANLEY, Assistant Secretary. Agricultural Wages Board (England and Wales), 80, Pall Mall, London, S.W. 1. Urban District of Llanwrtyd Wells. Household Fuel and Lighting Order. PART IX.—THE SALE OF COAL. T'HE Household Fuel and Lighting ■ Committee of the Llanwrtyd Wells Urban District Council under the powers of the above Order have fixed the following Schedule of Prices (with the approval of the Coal Controller) as the Maximum Prices of Coal in the Urban District of Llanwrtyd Wells, the said Schedule to come into operation on the 18th day of January, 1919, namely :— HOUSE COAL.—Group I. Holly Bush | 4 cwt and Tredegar > Cribbwr Fawr J ^2/6 per ton. Not exceeding 2 cwt., 2/2-per cwt. Group II. Oak wood Vipond 4l/G per ton. Bargoed j Not exceeding 2 cwt., 2/2 per cwt. OVOIDS-41!li per ton. Not exceeding 2 cwt., 2/2 per cwt. COKE—In 4 ton lots and over 32/6 per ton. In less than 4 ton lots, 35/- per ton. The Maximum Price of any Coal not included in Groups I and II above shall be 4/6 per ton over and above the Invoice Price of such Coal delivered at Llanwrtyd Wells Railway Station. Haulage charges must not exceed the current rate for team labour in the District. Merchants are authorised to make an additional charge not exceeding 1/- per ton where credit is given for more than seven days, but this provision shall not apply to quantities of less than 4 cwts. RHYS WILLIAMS. Local Fuel Overseer. January 10th: 1919. TO MASONS. Llanstephan House Contract, Boughrood. I REES & SONS, Contractors, • require Walling Masons for exten- sive Contract. Wages Is 6d per hour and free lodging. Apply foreman on the job. LLANGATTOCK. Persoual.-On Saturday last the Rey. Rees, who is in charge of the parish during the absence of the Rector, had the misfortune to fall as he was coming down the Church belfry steps, and gave his right ankle such a severe sprain that there was the probability of his bein" unable to take the Sunday services. He very pluckily carried out his duties nevertheless, having to be carried to the Church, and took the service from a seat placed at the chancel steps.