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BRECON. 1 Motor Car for Hire-Harold P. Elston, 21, High street. All classes of repairs executed, f256 NEW POTATOES and HOME GROWN TOMATOES. A. QUARRELL, HIGH STREET, BRECON. MOWING.—For prices, etc., apply to J. Evans, Breconshire Coal Wharf House, Watton, Bre- con. 397 HOSPITAL rOR FOUNTAIN PE-S.-Any make Pen quickly and cheaply repaired.-A. Hughes and Son, Stationers. 683 SERVANTS can easily be obtained by the use of a small Want Ad. in these columns. State your requirements, and you will be sure to get suited at once- Wanted, smart boys, in Brecon, to sell the "Express," on Wednesday evenings-immediate- ly after Bchocl-Apply, T. Rhys Jones, Man- ager, "Express," Brecon. I PERSONAL—Rev. D. Owen Gnmths, pastor of Water?te Baptist Church, has again gone for 3 wels to Pembroke Dock to assist the Y.M.C.A. in their work with the troops. "Uneasy lies the head that wears a crown," 'but not the head of her that sends her crown to Morris, The Grocer, for the finest value obtainable in Groceries, Fruits, etc. GLAMORGAN- STREET.-During evening service at Glamorgan StreetChapel on Sunday, Mr W. Mar- wood lave a fine rendering of the song, "Ora pro nobis," Miss Wilcockson accompanying. PARISHIONERS' APPRECIATTO-TI)ero is on view in the window of Mr T. Jones, stationer, Bul- wark, a framed illuminated address, which will be presented to the Rev. H. J. Church Jones by a large number of parishioners on his completing 21 years of ministry at Brecon. The West Breconshire Farmers' Association Ltd 8 Ship street, Brecon, dealers in coal, lime, manure, flour, corn, meal. agricultural imple- ments and ironmongery of every description. Branclios Sennybridgt*, Cradoc. lalyllyn, and Talybont-on-Usk. Deliveries arranged by our own carts. Prices on application. REMEMBER THE ABSENT O-NES.-If you have a relation or friend who has responded to his ,coiintr. v's call you would like a worthy reminder of him. Send me a Post Card or other photo, and I S l supply vou with an ENLARGEMENT in ?ONOCHROME, TEPIA or WATER COLOLR (framed or unframed), which I will warrant to give satisfaction. Prices from 3/- each, no can- ^assew.Oscar Ivatki ns, 13, Lion street, Bre- con. 7 WOUNDED BORDERER.—Tuesday night's cas- ualty lists contained the name of Captain H. G. C. Fowler (2nd Batt,, S.W.B.), who is reported wounded in the Dardanelles. Captain Hugh Grif- fith Coke Fowler is 33 years of age, and received his first commission in the South W ales Borderers in May 1901. after serving for 212 days as a ranker in the old Militia. He received his second -etar in 1905. and his company command in Febru- ary, 1913. He served with the regiment in the South African war, having been employed with the operating forces in the Transvaal in 1902. for which he received the Queen's medal with clasp. NVATEP,GAT-. CHAPFL.-The Sunday school anni- versary in connection with Watergate Baptist Church was held on Sunday, when power- ful sermons were preached by Rev. James -Jones, Llandrindod Wells, morning and evening. In the afternoon the following scholars took part Recitation. Cyril Telling-; duets, M. J. and W. Price; solo, Tom Price; duet, Myfanwy and Gwyneth Griffiths; solo. Miss Healy; recita- tion, Doris Telling. Mr F. Telling, supt., pre- sided, and Rev. James Jones gave an address. Miss Healv and Miss Davies rendered solos at the ■evening service. Miss Lena Davies accompanied and Mr ;ý: Wilding was choir leader. C.M. CHT--RCHES.-Breconsliire and Radnorshire Calvimstic Methodist Churches held their monthly business meeting at Watton Presbyterian Church on Wednesday afternoon, Mr W. S. Miller (Forest Lodge) presiding. There was a large gathering, representative of,the churches in the county. Rev. W. Jones (Pentrefelin) and Mr Wm. Parry (Taly- bryn, Bwlch) were elected moderators, and Rev. J. T. Jones, B.A., B.D. (Talgarth) was appointed secretarv in succession to Rev. Lewis James, Builth Wells (retired). The president delivered a most helpful address on Devotional exercises in the sanctuary." A preaching service took place in the evening, when Rev. J. J. Jones, B.A., B.D. (Talgarth) occupied the pulpit.. OIL ENGINES, T Messrs. Blackstone & Co., Ltd., of Stamford, were awarded the highest honour (Silver Medal) for their new Oil Engine by the Royal Agricultural Society of England at Nottingham last week. This Engine mav be started instantly from cold when worked with heavy (the cheapest) petroleum with- out a lamp. There is no use for a lamp. This effects a great saving in the cost of working, The Engine starts immediately by pulling a lever like » Steam Engine. The fuel oil is blown into the Combustion Chamber in the form of a fine mist and fired by a low tension magneto. Therefore, a Va- pouriser is not needed. There is no external flame at any time, and as light volatile fuels such as petrol or spirit are not used there is positively no -danger There is forced lubrication and ring oil- ers to all the main points. This new invention of Messrs. Blackstone's marks a. great advance in Oil Engines for all pur- poses. and insures the nearest approach to perfect- ion in simplicity, economy, and durability.- These engines are sold locally by Messrs. J. E. Nott & Co., Ltd., Brecon. b744

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