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PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. = PREPAID SCALE. The following Scale of Charges secures the insertion of the following classes of Advertise- ments iD both The Brecon and Radnor Express," — AND — The Radnor Express," APARTMENTS, SITUATIONS VACANT OR WANTED, TO BE LET OR SOLD, LOST AND FOUND, AND MISCELLANEOUS WANTS. Three Six Words. Once. Times. Times. 14 words 0 9 1 9 2 6 B2 words 1 0 2 0 3 0 80 words 14 2 8 4 0 Each extra 8 words 0 4 0 8 1 0 In cases where replies are to be sent to the Express Office and forwarded by us, 3d. extra to above prices must be sent. In all cases these Charges are for cash with order. If not pre-paid, they will be charged sixpence per line per insertion. Cheques, postal orders, etc., should be made payable to the proprietor, G. E. SAYCE. Replies to advertisements with box numbers only must all be written and either posted or dropped into the letter box at the office, Bulwark, Brecon. The Brecon and Radnor Express, or A;he Radnor Express," will be sent post free to any address in the United Kingdom at the following rates a. d. 18 weeks 1- 8 96 weeks 3 4 59 weeks 6 8 PREPAID. SITUATIONS VACANT. A PPRENTICE wanted for the Grocery and Provision Trade. Apply-T. B. Lewis, Llanwrtyd Wells. 1740p tJRECON AND MERTHYR RAILWAY. — — Wanted, Men and Lads in the Traffic De- partment.—Apply to Inspector Sparkes, Brecon and Merthyr Railway, Baesaleg, Mon. bl 130Y, 15 to 18, wanted for garden, greenhouse, and errands; board and lodgings. Apply- Lock, Melrose, Llandrindod Wells. 1752p ￼ ￼ ￼ ￼ ￼ ￼ GOOD capable general servant required for Mumbles, references essential. Apply— rs Stanley Blackall, 5, Langland Road, tumbles. 1728p JTOUSEKEEPER Wanted, age 40, for working 8 man. Apply—Williams, 13, Exchange Street, Maesteg. 1732p SAWYER Wanted, practical hand state ex- ;r perience and wages required.—Ely Steam finery Co., Llantrisant. 1764p IREDEGAR. Experienced general wanted « 12th, state reference, age, wages required.— r8 Hooper, Commercial street. 705 WANTED, Young Lady Assistant with know- ledge of drapery, well up in figures, willing to make herself generally useful at counter. State age, experience, wages. required. Applica- tions* by Tuesday, Jltly 13th, to Brecon and Dis- trict Co-operative Society, Ltd. 1766p WANTED, Amart boys, in Brecon, to sell the "Express," on Wednesday evenings—im- mediately after school Apply-T. Rhys Jones, Manager, "Express," Brecon. WANTED.-Platelayers for the Brecon & Mer- D thyr Railway. Apply—Foreman, John Davies, Brecon Station. WANTED, Groom-Coachman to drive a pair, with knowled of lawn and flower gar- den, strictly sober, wanted immediately. Apply, With references and particulars, to Dr. Davies, Tir Caradoc, Port Talbot. 1637p W ANTED.-Stableman from training or hunt- ing stables. Apply—Leighton Hall Depot, near Iron 'Bridge, Shropshire. 600 W ANTED.—Farm Servant, wages 16/- per week, livella. Apply-T. Rees, Tyny- P_ll, Peterston, Super Ely, Cardiff. 1653p ANTED, respectable Girl, about 18; small y- family reference required. Phillips, airy, John street, Porthcawl. 1663p ANTED, a General Servant, age between 25 and 30; good character indispensable. 4PPly-Mrs Da vies, 4, Victoria Avenue, Penarth, 5gar Cardiff. 1678p W ANTED.—Strong and capable General; plain C cooking and a little washing. Apply-Dr. m, Gwynfa, Llandrindod Wells. 655 ANTED, at once, girl 14 or 15 to make her- ■h self useful. Apply-Mrs Hicks, Faeleigh, o road, Llandrindod Wells. 1704p ANTED Smart Youth for General Hotel Work. Apply -Wellington Hotel, Bre- 220; 1695p WTANTED young man for shoeing and general smithing, good wages given.. Apply—W. Parry, Monk Street Shoeing Forge, Aber- gavenny. 1715p WANTED immediately, haulier,accustomea coal trade, must be thoroughly honest and ttustworthy, references, wages 32/Davies, ty^tractor, Cwm, Mon. 1714p VVILLIAM HARRIS, Grocer, 144, High street, MertSyr Tydfil, requires a branch manager, "Olotants and smart juniors.—Apply, stating full- <^J>articulars. 1720p WANTED.-Respectable young man 15 or 16 b, years for farm, treated as family.—S. t?) yliss. Upper Whitecastle Farm, Llantilio -?ssenny, near Abergavenny. 1721p WANTED immediately, a clean, reliable gen- ￼ eral, able to do plain cooking, comfortable 'hOMe Apply—Mrs Evan Lewis, Carpenter's *nns, Blackwood, Mon. 1731p ANTED, good general, over 20. Good home. t, References required. Apply Evans, Tynewydd," Ynysbwl, Pontypridd. 1735p WANTED, an assistant on farm, milker pre- I- ferred; live as family, wages. Good chance 'tor Welshman wishing to gain experience.- ès, Hungerton, Leicester. 1737p ANTED.-Girl for kitchen, plain cook also young girl as, between maid, state age, a.ges and references.—Hanbury Hotel, Griffiths. 1745p ^ANfS$>—Miller's Carter, active, sober, re- i liable man; married & not eligible for mili- R.ry sen-ice preferred: cottage found. Apply- iz,BN. A. Handley & Sons, Millers, Builth e Is. 693 ANTED a respectable General for small t), family. Apply, giving particulars—Mrs lips, Walsall House, Llandrindod Wells. 1757p W ANTED.-Ca.pable Timber Haulier and As- '> sistant to work team of horses. Good "?ges to suitable men. State age, references and t'1iges required-A. Jones and Sons, Ltd., 12, ?oss Street, Abt'rgavenny. 17491 W .ATED good plain Cook, wages .426; two h in family, five kept. Also Kitchenmaid for Tregunter, Talgarth. 1763p WANTED, two or three good timber-hauliers, 8ta" contract work, easy and accessible, must Aberc at once.-Abercrave Colliery Company, rave. 712 ANTED, Junior Assistant for ironmongery yout? and furnishing. Also two well educated Voutu 8 as apprentices.—Astons. Builth. 114 PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. HOUSES WANTED, FOR SALE, OR TO LET. BRYNCOED, Waterloo road, Llandrindod — Wells; commodious detached house for sale; together with stables, coachhouses, piggeries .large vegetable gardens; good season connection; can be viewed at any time. 1754p T ARGE Warehouse to let, centre of town. Apply-50, High street, Brecon. 1717p piCTURESQUE GBOSMONT; rent £ 6 only; snug COTTAGE, productive garden; suit- able for couple.— Whitney, Grosmont, Here- ford. 1768p FARMS FOR SALE OR TO LET. r? WERNDWYNANT Farm, Gladestry. To- -? Let from Ladyday next, containing 160 acres, good house and buildings and Workman's Cottage. Apply—Mackintosh, Penybont, Radnorshire. 656 TO LET from September 29th, Tir-Mihangel- isha Farm, near Sennyridge, Brecon. Apply —F. Williams, St. John's Lodge, Merthyr Tyd- fil. 1629p APARTMENTS WANTED AND TOILET. A BERYST'MYTH.-N ithsd ale, Portland Street, — Superior Apartments or Board-residence; close to sea and golf links; highly recommended; terms moderate.—Miss Baird. 1759p FURNISHED Booms to-let, board optional, piano, terms moderate. Apply-1767p, "Ex- press" Office, Brecon. MISS WADDINGTON, Milton House, 66, Albert road, Blackpool, public apartments; central to all amusements; stamp reply. 1693p LOST AND FOUND. T OST. — Would the person who took Bag — containing silver purse, three weeks last Friday, from an establishment in High street, return same within 7 days, otherwise proceedings will be taken against them. 1760p. T OST since beginning of June 3 ewes with. 4 — lambs, pitched T.P.—Jones, Pencaecrwn, Cwmdu. 1709p LOST from Scethrog a Welsh Ewe, pitchmark T.W. both sides.—T. R. Williams. 1716p T OST from Llanoleg, Newchurch, in April, one Radnor Yearling Ewe, raddle stroke on loins, dot one shoulder, mark J.G.—J. Goodwin. 1712p T OST, from the Park, Cregrina, Hundred *— House, Radnorshire, yearling ewe, blue face, raddled mark across shoulder, dot on both sides and on crup. ,\inder rewarded. Apply-John Morris, the Park, Cregrina, Hundred House, Builth. 218 T OST, from Garth Farm, Erwood, two yearling Ewes, one Radnor, one Welsh. Raddle mark from loins to tail.—S. Price. 710 S TRA YED to Wholehouse, Talgarth, since March, cross Cardie ewe, since yeaned; swal- low tail right ear, crop and punch hole in left, raddle over shoulder. 1703p .QTRAYED to PenrlieW, Clyro, yearling ewe, white face, thumb notch left ear. Unless claimed in 14 days, will be sold to defray expen- ses.—Bowen. 1734p QTRAYED to Llancelyn, Glascwm, near Builth, a wether hog. If not claimed in 14 days, will be sold to pay expenses.—Sheen. 1739p STRAYED to Gellycadwgan, June 6th, two Welsh ewes with lambs, if not claimed within 21 days will be sold to defray expenses.—Mr Evan Price, Gellvcadwgan, Builth Wells, July 1st. 694 STRAYED to Pool Farm, Brecon, Cardie ewe, has yeaned since. Owner can have same on paying expenses.—Rees Williams. 1741p GTRAYED.—Black-faced ewe. Unless claimed within 14 days, will be sold.—Lewis, Mount, Knighton. 1753p STRAYED to Gilfach. Rhulan, since April, a Welsh ewe; yeaned since; owner can have same by paying expenses.—D. Davies. 711 STRAYED to Tvrffynon, Llqnspyddid, small grey-faced ewe, since yeaned; will be sold unless claimed in 14 days.—W. R. Price. 1762p FOR SALE OR PURCHASE. ARTIFICIAL Legs, Arms, Hands, Crutches, — Leg Irons, Deformity Boots, Trusses, Steel-less Easifit Trusses. Lady Attendant. Ladies' Belts, Belt-Corsets, Elastic Stockings, etc.-Allen Pearce, 23, Charles Street, Cardiff., Tel. 1282. List Free. 3 /^ORNS or WARTS painlessly, permanently and promptly removed by our celebrated TAURUS SALVE, gives immediate relief, cures while you sleep. II-post free. RINGWORM OINTMENT same pnee.-TAURUS Co., 153, Capei Road, Forest Gate, Essex. 1755p c YCLE AGENTS, MOTORISTS & CYCLISTS. No increased prices. Cycle Covers 2/6 each, air tubes 1/6 each. guaranteed. Cycles (com- plete) 60/ Dunlop, Palmer and Warwick tyres; motor-cycle tubes; cycle and motox-eyele.rubbcir goods; cycle frames; wheels, bars, pedals, etq. Send lor special list. Reduced prices.—A. Garton and Co., Talbot Cycle Works, 48, Darlington Street, Wolverhampton. 1751p T~\AY to Week old Chicks, Orpingtons, Leg- Dhorns, Wyandottes. White, 64, Lower Thomas-street, Merthyr. 1661p I ENGINES, for driving chaffcuttera, threshing ■Li machines, etc., from jei3 10s; ploughs, cul- tivators, shearing machines -supplied.—Thomas Price, Royal Gold Medallist, PenyboOt, Radnor- shire. 1487p FEATHERS WANTEU.- We are Buyers of all kinds of Feathers. Write for latest List of Prices. Cash forwarded immediately on receipt of goods." Witton and Company, Exeter Street, Bir- mingham. Bankers, National ProvlDcIal Bank of England, Ltd., Horse Fair Branch. 1284p FOR SALE.—Copy of 1915 "Who's Who," cheap. Apply—J.W., "Express," Brecon. FOR ALE invalid carriage, nearly new; four- wheeler, cheap. Apply—Astons, Station road, Builth. 1699p I. FOR SALE, quantity oak and ash tops. Price, Llanerchcoedllan, Erwood. b653 FOR SALE, good sheep dog, broken to sheep and cattle, age thirteen months.—Morgan, Oa-cflands, Brecon. 1701p FOR SALE.—Several good dairy heifers and 2 -*■ young Hereford cows, all with calves at foot. —W. S. Miller, Forest Lodge, Brecon. 1748p FOR SALE GOVERNESS CAR. Second hand. Perfect condition.—Davies, Park Road Car- riage Works, Builth. v 696 p OOD CIDER for Sale, 6d. per gallon, free on rail.—Davies, Bage Court, Dorstone. 704 GOOD CIDER for SALE, in buyer's casks; any size.—Williams, Ashgrove, Westhide, Hereford." 1750p HAND-CART for sale, suit' baker or grocer. Bargain.-Davies, Park road Carriage Works, Builth Wells. 115 PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. GOVERNESS Cars, Ralli Traps, Light, Stylish, Rubber Tyres and without; twenty new for Sale; Cash Bargains; 50 years' reputation.— Avery's, Coachbuilders, Newport, Mon. 1657p XTAY Making Implements for Sale. Second- hand in good order. Bargains. 1 Bam- ford's Side Rake, 1 Martin's Side Rake, 1 2-Horse Handyside Mower, 1 2-Horse Hornsby Mower, 1 Self Binder by McCormick.—R. Wil- liams and Sons, Ltd., Ironmongers, Hay. 677 TERSEYS.—Good strong fresh and near calving Cows and Heifers for Sale; also Young Pedi- gree Bulls,—A. E. Renouf, Elmhurst Park, Read- ing. ( 1725p 1 KNITTING Machines.—Best Home Work. I Now is the proper season; it will help keep- ing home going through war. Lists free, lessons free, no agents, no middle-men; order direct.—W. Griffiths, 30, Queen street, Neath. Established 1871. 1574p IMPORTANT TO MOTHERS.—Every mother — who values the health and cleanliness of her child should use HARBISON'S RELIABLE NURSERY POMADE. One application kills all Nits and Ver- min, beautifies and strengthens the hair. In Tins, 41d. and 9d., postage Id. GEORGE W. HARRISON, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agent for Brecon F. L. Stanton. Hay J. L, Davies and Sons, 7, High Town. Builth Wells J. Ward, 8, High street. Knighton G. M. Perkins. Crick- howell W. H. Kirkland. Pontardulais T. A. Jones. Brynmawr: A. M. Jones, 74, King street. Llanwrtyd Wells D. I. Williams, chem- ist. All Chemists. 1568p SHORTHORN Calves for rearing from record Cheshire Milkers, by pure-bred bulls; quota- tions to any station; no fancy prices; correspond- ence a pleasure.—Frank Dobie, Littleton, Chester. 1728p PICTURES, well framed, hundreds of patterns. See the new, neat, polished wood moulding, can be cleaned and always looks new.-Tyler and Son, Bulwark, Breoon. 252 pRIME Herefordshire Cider for sale, guaran- *■ teed pure.—Price, Cobnash farm, Kihgsland, Herefordshire. 335 I: TRACTION ENGINES, Road Locomotives, Steam Wagons and Tractors, Portable Engines, Traction Wagons, Thrashing Machines, Road Rollers, etc., FOR SALE, second-hand. All Boilers passed for Insurance. Full LIST free. Special terms arranged. Portables, Rollers, etc., FOR HIRE. New Thrashing Belts from 55/ Modern Machinery as above purchased. Only address HENRY LEWIS AND SONS, Thames Bank Ironworks, Reading. Telephone 201. 1659p PURE-BRED JERSEY BULL for sale, 2 years — old this month; no objection to tuberculin test; inspection invited.—Jenkins, Rectory, St. Athan, Glam. 1638p RATS NEVER LIVE where "RODINE" is used. Swift and deadly tit-bit that lures rats to their doom. Every bite kills. No failure, mess, or trouble. Complete clearance certain. Tins 6d., Is., 2s., 3s., 5s. Post 2d.—HARLEY, Chemist, Perth. Agents Stanton, 26, High Street, Brecon; D. J. Williams, Llanwrtyd; H. J. Sparey, General Stores, Presteign; J. Ward, Builth Wells; J. Blower, Knighton and Craven Arms; J. Nicholas, Drug Stores, Llandovery. 1550p STUDEBAKER Flander 1912 Motor Car, 15-20 H.P., newly painted grey, low body, to seat 4, exhaust whistle, clock, Stepney 5 good tyres, all tools, in splendid running order, any trial, a bargain, X85.-A ly, Kingswood. Tremont road, bargain Wells. 585 clod Wel S. 585 WALLPAPERS from lid. per roll. Any r, quantity, large or small, supplied at Wholesale Prices. Our stock exceeds 250,000 rolls, all classes. Write for patterns, stating what class you require, The Barnett, Wallpaper Co., Ltd. (Dept. 223), Campfield Avenue, Manchester. 1225p WALL PAPER, of best designs and good qual- ity, can be bought at TYLER'S, BUL- WARK, BRECON, as cheap as any house in the trade. See the quality of the paper in the roll be- fore buying. 252 RATS, MICE, MOLES, COCKROACHES, and BEETLES greedily eat HARRISON'S "RELI- ABLE" RAT POISON. Cats and dogs will not touch it. Vermin dry up and leave no smell. Price, 6d, 1/ 2/3, and 3/8. Postage 2d. G. W. HAR- RISON, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agent for Brecon F. L. Stanton. Hay J. L. Davies & Son, 7, High Town. Builth Wells J. Ward, 8, High street. Talgarth David Evans, Grocer, Liverpool Stores. Llandovery T. Rob- erts, The Crown Stores. Knighton: G. M. Perkins. Crickhowell: W. H. Kirkland. All Chemists. 1568p MISCELLANEOUS. VIOLIN TUITION.—Wanted a limited number of pupils. Terms on application.—John S. Dixon, 47 Free Street, violinist, Wheat Street Cinema, Brecon. 1761p IF YOU SUFFER from HAY FEVER, NASAL OATARRH or Cold in the Head, you should use the new scientific remedy, "NOSTROLINE." Smear it in your nostrils and sniff it up. It clears your head instantly, destroys the germs, soothes and heals. Simply wonderful for both prevention and cure. Tubes 1/1* and 2/9.—Harold E. Matthews & Co, Chemists, Clifton, Bristol, Agents BRECON, Walter Gwillim, M.P.S., Medical Hall; BRYNMAWR, A. E. Jones, 46, Beaufort Street; A. M. Jones, M.P.S., 74, King St.; BUILTH, T. A. Coltman, High St., J. Ward, Chenjist, High Street; CRICKHOWELL, W. H. Kirkland, Chemist; KNIGHTON, G. M. Per- kins, High Street; LLANDRINDOD, W. W. Johnson, High Street; LLANWRTYD, R. C. Prytherch, M.P.S., D. I. Willianfe, Chemist; SENNYBRIDGE, J. Parry and Co., Chemists; TALGARTH, John Parry, High Street. 1729p SALMON, Trout Fishing, prettiest estate, O Herefordshire, picturesque residence, lovely grounds, waterfall, trout stream, seven acres, freehold £ 1,850.—Rutters, 10, Norfolk Street, London. 1742p WANTED, good sound Tack for 20 or 30 ewes for 2 rponths. 690, "Express" Office, Brecon. COAL.-House and Steam. Trucks any station at wholesale prices for cash. Great saving. Write for prices, Boston's, 5 Colliery Offices, Bir- mingham. 467 SMALL, plain washing to be fetched and brought io back.-State terms, Alpha, "Express" Office, Brecon. 1707p GOVERNESS CARS, RALLI TRAPS, light, Stylish, Rubber Tyres and without; 20 new, all sizes; ready for immediate delivery. Distance buyers givèn. extra. discounts. Also a few SECOND-HAND TRAPS, cheap for cash. Es- tablished 50 years. Largest makers. Inspection invited.—Avery's Carriage Works, Dock Street, Newport, Mon. 1700p z. AUCTION APPOINTMENTS. BY DIRECTICN OF THE RT. HON. LORD TREDEGAR AND HIS I TRUSTEES. -MESSRS. DAVID PRICE (F.A.I.) & WILLIAMS have been honoured with in- structions to SELL by AUCTION, at the MASON'S ARMS HOTEL, YS- TRADGYNLAIS, on THURSDAY, 5th AUGUST, 1915, at Two p.m. precisely (unless previously disposed of by Private Treaty), v I VALUABLE FREEHOLD FARMS, LANDS, AND FULLY LICENSED I PUBLIC-HOUSE Known as the "Old TrAegar Arms," Cwmtwrch, forming part of the Tredegar Estate at Ystradgynlais, Breconshire. Lot Situation and Short Area. No. Description. A. B. P. Teuant. 1 Ty-Rogei- 9 0 29 Mr B. L. Thomas. 2 Penrhiw Farm 93 3 17 Mr David Williams. 3 Henglynisaf Farm 39 3 0 Ditto. 4 Henglyn-uchaf Farm 50 1 21 Mr Lewis Daniel. 5 Pensarn & Penybont Ditto. Farms 1.. 79 3 31 6 Pencaemoel Farm 80 1 20 Mr David Williams. 7 Tir-Morgan Teilwr 53 0 30 Mr David Griffiths. 8 Caemawr Farm 65 3 30 Mr Lewis Jones. 9 Gelly Farm 118 2 15 Mr William Morgan. 10 Bryngraenin Farm 166 3 10 Mr David Price. 11 Penllwynteg Farm 88 1 13 Mr Thos. James & Mr Dd. Williams. 12 Tyr-y-gof Farm 198 2 29 Mr Thomas Williams. 13 Tircanol Farm 70 0 18 Mr T. S. Thomas. 14 Pentwyn or Penshingrug Farm 30 0 39 Mr A. W. Griffiths. 15 Maespica Farm. 57 1 13 Mr D. S. Griffiths. 16 G I y n c y n w a I uchaf Farm 67 2 19 Reps, of the late Mr Wm. Griffiths. 16a Glyncynwal Old Wood 19 1 81 Mr J. D. Jeffreys. 17 Glyncynwalisaf Farm 93 3 4 Mr Thomas Evans & Reps. of the late 18 Gilfach Farm 69 0 33 Mr Evan Griffiths. [Mr W. Griffiths. 19 Tredeg Farm 191 1 33 Messrs. The Brynhenllys Coliery Co. 20 Brynhenllys Farm 68 0 39 Mr William Ambrose. 21 Waunlwyd Farm 89 1 3 Mr Thomas Price. 22 Penywern Farm 142 1 4 Mr David Williams. 23 Dorwen Farm 130 1 27 Mr Griffith Rees. 24 Cwmfforchwen Farm 28 0 16 Mr William Morgan. 25 Tynewydcl Farm 73 2 0 Mr John H. Jones. 26 Old Tredegar Arms ———— Mr Thomas Griffiths. Further information and Cards to View may be obtained from the Estate Agents and Auctioneers. Solicitors: Messrs. Rider, Heaton, Meredith, and Mills, 8, New Square, Lincoln's Inn, London. Estate Agents: Messrs. H. F. W. Harries and Thomas, Tredegar Estate Office, Brecon. Auctioneers Messrs. 1 David Price (F-A.I.) and Williams, 6, Bulwark, Brecon. A Messrs. Miller, Powell & Co. (F.A.I.) I July 20th.—Sale of Fat Stock at Bt rDn Cattle Market. July 21st.—Sale of Household fnndture at the Assem- bly Rooms, WeilinRxon Hotel, Brecon. September 1th.-Sale of Breeding Ewes and Fat Stock at the Cattle Market. Brfton September 16th Diøpersal Sale of Stock & Implements at Bryndu. Llysvren. September 18th.—Dispersal Sale of Stock Ac. at the Rectory, Talachdau. September 20th.—Forest Lodge Annual Draft Stock SaleatSennybridge. September 21"t "e of Breedlust Ewes. Rams and Fat Stock at the Cattle Marfcet, Brecon. I September 22nd.—Annual Draft Stock Sale at Nanty- rharn. Cray.. September 23rd.-Dispersal e of Stock and Imple- ¡ ments at Maescar, Sannybridge. d Lple- September 25th.-DisPersg Sale of Stock and Imple- ments at Cilroanbaren, Garthbrengy. September 27th.—Annual Draft Stock Sale at lJwyu- cyntefin Park. 8ennybridge. September 28th.-J)isPe-rsQ Sale of Stock, Implements &c. at Vunglas, Talachddft. September 29th.—Dispersal Sale of Stock, Implements &c. at Slwch Farm, near Brecon. October 5th.-Sae of Rams and Fat Stok at the Cattle Mket,Breoon. October eth.—Dispersal Sale of F3"k and Implements at Penybont, Upper Chapel. Mr. G. Y. Price. Friday, July 9th-Sale ?Substantial and Valuable Household Furniture and various EReots.alao a Wnette. at the Drill Hall, Buiith ?Us. for Mr R. T. Roberts. Grosmont, Builth. Monday, July l2th.-?ale 01 Household Furniture in- cluding a ve h'-dsorae oak chest of drawers, at Foresters,%811, Builth WeBs, for Mrs. Cocks (Westboume House, 33WIth WeUs\ who is leaving the town. Friday, June ?"th-Sale of Antique and Modem Household ??""?*c.. for Mrs Mcrris, moor. Builth Wells d others, at the DrmHaU.BuiIthWeUs °thers' at the Tuesday, September 2tet.-8ale of Live and Dead Tuesda Farming Stock. Impleme?tf. of Husbandry, &0., at Danycoed, A e w, ne&r puuth Wens. Monday. Ootober rith.-8,aleo800^Welsh Mountain Sheep at the SmitMel?d. Builth We"s, for John ones Hope, Esq.. MwyndervHaN?Utxtwrtyd Wells. Messrs. Jackson & McCartney. Hereford Horse Sales. £ 15 IN PRIZES. ?0<? HORSES SATURDAY, 17th JULY, 1915. Entries for Catalogues close July lOth. JACKSON" & MOCARTNAY, Auctioneers. Craven Arms and Hereford. b703 Messrs. Dd. Price (F.A.I.) & Williams. Aug 6-8ale of Tredegar Estate in Breconshire (Palleg Estate) at the Mason's Arms, Ystradgynlais. Sept. 7th—Sale of Live Stock, &c, at The Court, Brecon Mr. W. J. Price. July eth.- Brecon Market. Fat Stock, etc. Tuesday July 13th.-Fat Lambs at Sennybridge Mart. Sennybridge Mart. TUESDAY, JULY 13th, 1915. MR. W. J. PRICE will Sell FAT LAMBS, Etc. 715 — W. J. PRICE. AUCTIONEER AND VALUER (Upper Pontwillim, Breoon). Wishes to inform the public that he has started business in Brecon as an Auctioneer and Valuer, and he hopes by strict attention to business and prompt settlements to obtain a fair share of the public patronage. b432 John A. Evans, AGRICULTURAL lID GEIERIL AOCTIOHEBR AND VALUER. I Delapidation and'Tenant Right Valuer. Sales by Auction or Private Treaty of all kinds of Property, Timber, Furniture, Farm- ing Stock, Grads Lettings, Ac. Special terms to members of Farmers' Union. Prompt Settlements. Auction Offices: Ysciog and Cattle Market, Builth. bl58 .r IUTHÉ KINOS" GEO. M. HAND. MIDDLETON STREET, LLANDRINDOD WELLS, CASTLE STREET, BUILTH WELLS. THE UP-TO-DATE PLEASURE HOUSES. II l?i??N??I?iOOlO WEbbS: non Wialaims: Continuous Performance. 5-45 until 9-45 p.m. Matinee on Saturday at 3. TUESDAY: 1 Warfare in the Skies I WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY: The Fatal Prediction FRIDAY, SATURDAY: ) .I II BLUE FLAME. T lan-v-a————1—— BU?TH WEl?&S: Nightly at 8 P<?. Matinee on Saturday at 2-80. I I WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY Blue Flame. FRIDAY & SATURDAY: I Warfare in the Skies 1.11 USUAL CHILDREN'S MATINEE ON SATURDAY. .11 I br23 tt £ 4 10s 0/0 WAR LOAN 1925-1945. Issue of Stock or Bonds. bearing Interest at Ii per Cent. per annum, pay- able half-yearly on the 1st June and the 1st December. PRICE OF ISSUE FIXED BY H.M. TREASURY AT 2100 PER CENT. A full half-year's Dividend will be paid on the 1st December, 1915. The Stock is an investment authorised by "The Trustee Act, 1893," and Trustees may invest therein notwithstanding that the price may at the time of investment exceed the redemption value of £ 100 per cent. Applications, which must be accompanied by a deposit of 95 per cent., will be received at the Bank of England, Threadneedle Street, London, E.C., and may be forwarded either direct, or through the medium of any Banker or Stockbroker in the United Kingdom. Applications must be for even hundreds of pounds. Arrangements are being made for the receipt of applications for smaller amounts than zElOO through the Post Office. Further payments will be required as follows :— zClO per cent. on Tuesday, the 20th July. £15 per cent. on Tuesday, the 3rd August. X15 per cent. on Tuesday, the 17th August. X15 per cent. on Tuesday, the 31st August. £10 per cent. on Tuesday, the 14th September. £ 10 per cent. on Tuesday, the 28th September. £ 10 per cent. on Tuesday, the 12th October. X10 per cent. on Tuesday, the 26th October. THE GOVERNOR and COMPANY of the BANK OF ENGLAND are authorised to receive applications for this Loan, which will take the form either of Inscribed Stock, or Bonds to Bearer, at the aption of the Subscribers. If not previously redeemed the Loan win be repaid at par on the 1st December, 1945, bu. Majesty's Government reserve t, themselves the right to redeem c Loan at ,t mv time on, or after, the Is., x>ecember giving three calendar months' notice ,"Ldon Gazette." Both Capital and Inter oe a charge on the Consolidated Fund mted Kingdom. The books of the Loan will be kept at the Bank of England and at the Bank of Ireland. Dividends will be paid half-yearly on the 1st June and 1st December. Dividends on Stock will be paid by Warrant which will be sent by post. Dividends on Bonds will be paid by Coupon. Inscribed Stock will be convertable into Bonds to Bearer at any tfme without payment of any fee; and Bonds to Bearer will be exchangeable for Inscribed Stock on payment of a fee of one shilling per Bond. The instalments may be paid in full on or after the 20th July, 1915, under discount at the rate of 4l per cent. per annum. In case of de- fault in the payfoent of any instalment by its proper date, the deposit and the instalments pre- viously paid will be liable to forfeiture. Scrip Certificates to Bearer, with Coupon at- tached for the dividend payable on the 1st Decem- ber, 1915, will be issued in exchange for the pro- visional receipts. As soon as these Scrip Certi- ficates have been paid in full they can be in- scribed (i.e. can be converted into Stock); or, they can be exchanged for Bonds to Bearer (as soon as these can be prepared) in denominations of £100, £ 200, £ 500, £ 1,000, £ 5,000 and £ 10,000. Inscribed Stock will be transferable in any sums which are multiples of a penny. CONVERSION OF 23 10s. per cent. War Loan, 1925-1928. £2 10s. per cent. Consols. 22 15s. per cent. Annuities. JE2 10s. per cent. Annuities. Holders of R4 10s. per Cent. War Loan, 1925- 1945, will have the additional right, in respect of each E100 Stock (or Bonds) held by them, and fully-paid in cash, to exercise one or other of the four following options of conversion,provided ap- plication for conversion is made not later than the 30th October, 1915. OPTION 1. CONVERSION OF £ 3 10s. PER CENT. WAR LOAN, 1925-1928. To exchange Stock (or Bonds) of £ 3 10s. per Cent. War Loan, 1925-1928, tR an am- ount not exceeding £100 nominal, for fully- paid Stock (or Bonds) of £4 10s. per Cent. War n, 1925-1945, at the rate of £100 of the former, wifh a cash payment of X5 per cent. thereon, for RlOO of the latter. Persons who exercise this option will receive the dividend of £110s. lid. per cent. payable on the 1st September, 1915, in respect of the X3 10s. per cent. War Loan, 1925-1928, sur- rendered, and a full half-year's dividend of £ 2 5s. per cent., payable on the 1st Decem- ber, 1915, in respect of the R4 10s. per cent. War Loan, 1925-1945, issued in lieu thereof. OPTION 2. CONVERSION OF k-2 10s. PER CENT. CONSOLS. To exchange Stock (or Stock Certificates) I of £2 10s. per cent. Consols, to an amount not exceeding £ 75 nominal, for fully-paid Stock (or Bonds) of £4 10s. per cent. War Loan, 1925-1945, at the rate of zC75 of the former for X50 of the latter. Persons who exercise this optifti will receive. the usual quarter's dividend of 12s. 6d. per cent., payable on the 5th October, 1915, in respect of the £2 10s. per cent. Consols sur- rendered, and a full half-year's dividend of R2 5s. percent., payable on the 1st December, 1915, in respect of the £ 4 10s. per cent. War Loan, 1925-1945, issued in lieu thereof. I OPTION 3. CONVERSION OF X2 15s. PER CENT. ANNUITIES. To exchange Stock (or Stock Certificates) of £ 2 15s. per cent. Annuities, to an amount not exceeding R67 nominal, for fully-paid Stock (or Bonds) of R4 10s. per cent. War Loan. 1925-1945, at the rate of £67 of the former for £ 50 of the latter. Persons who exercise this option will receive the usual quarter's dividend of 13s. 9d. per cent., payable on the 5th October, 1915, in respect of the .£2 15s. per cent. Annuities surrendered, and a full half-year's dividend of C,2 5s. per cent., payable on the 1st Decem- ber, 1915, in respect of the £4 10s. per cent. I War Loan, 1925-1946, issued in liea thereof. OPTION 4. CONVERSION OF 4-2 10s. PER CENT. ANNUITIES. To exchange Stock (or Stock Certificates) of t2 10s. per cent. Annuities, to an amount not exceeding £ 78 nominal, for fully-paid Stock (or Bonds) of JE4 10s. per cent. War Loan, 1925-1945, at the rate of R78 of the former for X50 of the latter. Persons who exercise this option will re- I ceive the usual quarter's dividend of 12s. 6d. per cent., payable on the 5th October, 1915, in respect of the zC-2 10s. per cent. Annuities surrendered, and a full half-year's dividend of £ 2 5s. per cent., payable on the 1st December, 1915, in respect of the £4 10s. per cent, War Loan, 1925-1945, issued in lieu thereof. In the event of future issues (other than issues made abroad or issues of Exchequer Bonds, Treas- i ury Bills, or similar short-dated Securities) being made by His Majesty's Government, for the pur- pose of carrying on the War. Stock and Bonds of this issue will be accepted at par, plus accrued interest, as the equivalent of cash for the pur- pose of subscriptions to such issues. A commission of one-eighth per cent. will be allowed to Bankers, Brokers and Financial Houses on allotments made in respect of cash applications for this issue bearing their Stamp; but no com- mission will be allowed in respect of applications for conversion. Application Forms for Cash Subscriptions may be obtained at the Bank of England and the Bank of Ireland: at any Bank or Money Order Office in the United Kingdom; of Messrs. Mullens, Mar- shall & Co., 13. George Street. Mansion House, E.C., and of the principal Stockbrokers. Application Forms for Conversion will be for warded with each Letter of Allotment. The List of Applications will be closed on or before Saturday, the 10th July, 1915. Bank o-f England. London. 21st June, 1915. This Form of Application may be used. jM 10s. WAR LOAN. N 1925—1945. ISSUE OF. STOCK OR BONDS, Bearing Interest at Ii per Cent. per annum. PRICE OF ISSUE 1100 PER CENT TO THE GOVERNOR AND COMPANY OF THE BANK OF ENGLAND, LONDON. hereby request you to allot to. (a) £ say pounds, of the above-mentioned Loan, in terms of the Prospectus of the 21st June, 1915; and hereby engage to pay the instalments as they shall become due, on any allotment that may be made in respect of this application, as provided by the said Prospectus. v TJbe sum of & being the amount of the required deposit (b) (namely £5 for every X100 applied for): is enclosed -herewith. Signature. Name of Applicant in full I (State Title, if any, or whether Mr., Mrs., or Miss.) Communications to be addressed to- Same Address 0 Date.1915. PLEASE WRITE DISTINCTLY. (a) Applications must be for not less than £100. When sent by Iket envelopes should be mark- ed War Loan." (b) Cheques should be made payable to "bearer," NOT TO "ORDER." and should be CROSSED Bank of England." b708 MAi NOTICE. HOME SERYICE FOR THE DURATION OF WAR. A NY MAN who has been enlisted and dis- '— charged since the commencement df the War, who wishes now to re-enlist in the INFANTRY FOR HOME SERVICE only, should send his name, number, previous regiment, and present address to the nearest RECRUITING OFFICER. b678 NOTICE. Slaughter of Animals Order of 1915. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board — of Agriculture and Fisheries, have under the above Order made by them, which came into operation on the 24th June 1915, issued the Notice appended below. pNRY F. W. HARRIES. Clerk of the Brecooshire County Council. County Hall, Brecon, 3rd July, 1915. NOTICE. The Board of Agricplture and Fisheries have under this Order prohibited the slaughter of (a) animals which are visibly or obviously in- calf or m-pig; and (b) calves under the age of twelve weeks, ex. cept male calves of Channel Island, Ayrshire and Kerry breeds. The restrictions do not apply to (a) slaughter of an animal under the powers conferred by the Diseases of Animals Acts, 1894 to 1914, or any Order made thereunder; or (It) slaughter of Ap animal necessary or desir- able on account of accidental injury to the animal or its illness or 1_' .1-1. .11 -=_ l:) 01 aLl animal 11 In we opuuuu ux the Board of Agriculture and Fisheries the slaugh- ter is desirable for any exceptional reason or pur- pose and the slaughter is authorised by a licence granted by that Board or an officer of that Board. Any contravention or failure to comply with the Order renders the offender liable to a fine of Twenty pounds, or if the offence relates to more than four animals to a fine of Five pounds for each animal. Board of Agriculture and Fisheries, Whitehall Place, London, S.W. 23rd June, 1915. b708 Breconshire County War Fund The Hon. Treasurer begs to acknowledge the receipt of the following further amounts :— Sale of Lord Glanusk's sketches per < Mr J. E. Willis, County Times Editor 16 17 8 Miss Dorothy Davies 0 6 8 Staffs of Cambrian Railway Stations in County .0 8 8 Interest allowed by Bank 41 11 11 Collected at Hay Fair per Mrs Tunnard Moore's V.A.D. 810 0 b719 Tot\l to date. £ 6,854 0 4 ) N