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< Found in a Pond. I

Well-Known Councillor. I

I Women's Duty.

IBank Holiday Entertainment.…



HAY FREEHOLDS I UNDER THE HAMMER. I I Mr Henry Byron (auctioneer, Hay) offered the following freehold properties for sale at the King's Head Hotel, Hay, on Monday afternoon. Lot 1 Nos. 9 and I o, Victoria Terrace, Cusop, near Hay, cottages and gardens, occupied by Messrs George Price and Wm. Pritchard, at weekly rents amounting to S6 108, each per annum, landlord paying the rates. Bidding commenced at £100 and rose to X170 at which figure the properties were knocked down to Mr F. Cadman, Hay. Lot 2: No. 5, Bridge Street, Hay, dwelling- house with a small yard at the rear. Starting at £80, the bidding reached C,9,5, when the lot was withdrawn. Lot 3: Four plots of garden ground lying and adjoining each other at Heolydwr, Hay, occupied by Messrs W. H. Gwatkin, James Howard, W. Hope, and E. Boucher, at respective annual rents of Xi 10s., £1 12s. 6d., Xi is. and £1 Is. There was no bidder. Mr R. T. Griffiths (Hay) was the solicitor for the I vendor. I

ITry Magnesia for Your Stomach…

Former Brecon Master.I

What Might Have Been!


Builth Funeral.i

Noted Oil Engines. 1

! Acknowledgment.

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I- A Year of War.




Speech Day.

I Llanwrtyd Council.

Builth and the War. I

A Crickhowell Will. I

Bredwardine Council. I

Speech Day.