MEREDITH'S I ./d ocoa Essence in lib., ilb. and fIb. Tins AT 2/ 1/2 & 7d. par Tin. HAS NOT RISEN IN PRICE GUARANTEED PURE. The Stores, BRECON.
PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. PREPAID SCALE. The following Scale of Charges secures the insertion of the following classes of Advertise- ments in 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. U words 0 9 19 2 6 ? ?., l a ? 12 words 10 2 0 3 0 80 words 1 i 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. jj 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 sixpencgW per line per insertion. We do not guarantee the insertion of an adver- tisement in any specified isaue, or at all, and will Hot be liable for any loss occasioned by the failure of an advertisement to appear in any speci- 6ed issue, or at all. We reserve the right to re- vise insertion of an advertisement. Whilst great pains are taken to secure accuracy, We would impress upon advertisers the need for legible writing. In any case we only insert ad- tertisements upon the condition that we do not Accept responsibility for inaccuracies, nor for any Consequence arising therefrom. 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 J flopped into the letter box at the office, Bulwark, Brecon. The Brecon and Radnor Express," or the Radnor Express," will be sent post free to any address in the United Kingdom at the following rates :— g. d. 13 weeks 1 8 26 weeks 3 4 52 weeks 6 8 PREPAID. Advertisements are also received at the "Ex- Press" Office for the "South Wales Daily News" lirld other contemporaries of neighbouring coun- ties. SITUATIONS YACANT. A GOOD General Servant wanted; good refer- ences.—Mrs Williams, Paris House. Porth- 388p A Vacancy occurs for a General Servant in pri- ate modern house; no children. Apply- )4, Havard Williams, Gowan Lea, Alexandra tOad. Brecon. 391p APPRENTICE wanted to the dressmaking, 11 cutting-out taught.—Mrs Harrison, Viaduct 41ouse, Brecon. 352p TfcRECON AND MERTHYB RAILWAY. Wanted, Men and Lads in the Traffic De- partment.—Apply to Inspector Sparkes, Brecon knd Merthyr Railway, Baesaleg, Mon. bl COOK GENERAL and House Parlourmaid want-e-d for March 23rd, family of four. A-Pply stating wages required to Mrs Bloomer, Pen- l'Olit, Clvdach, Swansea Valley. 382p Q.ENERAL servant, plain cooking, good ohar- aeter, private house, no basements; wages, 420— £ <22, rising Xl half -v,-arly.-Mrs Jeffreys, ^uckhurst Hill, Essex. 334p flENERAL Wanted, good home for capable h girl.-Mrs Tom Watkins, Abercarn House, ^bbw Vale. 389p C^ iHtL (smart) wanted as General; three in fam- Hy; state age, wage required.—J. Webb, drapers, 54, Plungington Road, Preston. Lan- cashire. 402p 1t1 f O USE MAID, experienced wanted for first- class Private Hotel. Apply—Manageress, ilotel Afan, Llangammarch Wells. 405p "JT^ ITCHEN Maid wanted for first-olass Private ? Hotel. Apply—Manageress, Hotel Afan. Llan?ammarch Wells. 405p Si HARP Boy or Girl wanted for office in Brecon. Apply by letter, giving full particulars to BOY," c/o "Express" Office. Brecon. flOl LAWYERS and Saw Mill Hands.—Wanted good circular sawyer for converting English tim- ber, must be over military age.—Apply Box B, Express"' Oiffce, Brecon. 542 rpIMBER HAULIER—Wanted a good man 42 to 45 to follow 3-horse team. Must be Pliable and weil experienced.—Apply Box B. "Ex- press" Office, Brecon. 541 lw ANTED .—Platelayers for the Brecon & Mer- thyr Railway. Apply—Foreman, John I)avies, Brecon Station. WANfrED, a servant man on farm, live in; good wages to a suitable person, any age Up to 50.-W. Clement, Parcmawr. Gorseinon. 308p XXTANTED, cook-general or general servant; family, two.—Apply. Mrs Plant, The Vicar- age, Raglan. 320p W ANTED, good cook-general; governess and parlourmaid kept.—Apply fully (no wash- ing). Mrs Gregor, Ynvscynon, Aberdare. 316p WANTED, good general, plain cooking; good *» home to suitable person.-Applv, Miss Williams, Llwvncelyn. Hotel, Porth, Rhondda. 322p WANTED, Man for Farm work: able to milk; live in.-L. Matthews, Pencarne, New- Port. 357p WATED immediately, Working Housekeeper, must understand management of poultry; one in family.-Lawlev, Tyn Gelli Farm, Blaina, Mon. -_u_- 353p WANTED, respectable, trustwortlinr Working Housekeeper at once; references required.— Apply Hayward, Llantrissent, Usk. Mon. 362p WANTED, a good General, able to do plain cooking; three in family. Apply, stating and full particulars—Mrs Lyons, Rother Use, Abergaenny. 373p VV ANTED, reliable Man, used to horses and general farm work. Good wages, with house and garden.—R. Griffiths. LlwynwJiilwg Parm. Troetre Road, Llanelly. 384p ANTED. Cook-General, 30 to 35. Apply, statin" Wages and full particulars to Miss Cunningham, 19, (Jl<*bcland Street. Mextlijr Ivd- 61. 533 rANTED, Strong General, three in family.— WA1\TEiD, Strong General, thrf:'1' in faIlJily.- Meanlev' Knighton, Bads. Apply after 2 ,:i77p ANTED an experienced Domestic Servant. Apply ;Mrs Bond, Preswvlfu, Camden l'oad, Brecon. 392p vv ANTED Expe-rienoed Geiaeral. Apply- Brampton, Llindrindod Wells. 396p k ^17ANTED a steady girl, as Cook-General. Ap- ply-ilfrs David Price, 68. Bouverie Road, est, Folkestone. 548 PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. CMATiT, HOLDING.—Wanted to rent from i Lady Day 1916, a small dwelling house with about 6 acres of land. Herefordshire or Radnorshire preferred. Apply to—Mr G. H. Medlicott, Solicitor, Knighton. 558 WANTED.-Ain Apprentice to the Baking and Confectionery Trade; excellent opportunity for jptelligent lad. Also, a strong youth, 14-17, 'to drive out, indoors or out. Apply—John Morris and Son, The Supply Stores, Builth Wells. 539 __u_ WANTED.-The West Breconshire Farmers' Association, Ltd., require a salesman at their Sennybridge Stores. Applications, stating age, wages, etc., to be made in own handwriting, and I, sent in to H. Williams, Manager. 397p WANTED, a Stockman, and to make himself generally useful.—Apply to J. George, Manor House, Abergavenny. 401p WANTED, good Plain Cook; baking required; good references. Apply—Mrs Parry, Llydiardau, Llanilar, Aberystwyth. 398p WANTED .-Cook- General, aged 20—30; good references required.—Treloar, 245, Oxford Street, Swansea. 400p WANTED, a well-educated youth as apprentice to the grocery and provision trade.— Meredith and Sons, The Stores, Brecon. 407p HOUSES WANTED, FOR SALE. OR TO LET. APARTMENTS to let for 2 young men.—Apply to Phillips, 4, Watton, Brecon. 369p TO BE LET.-The property now known as Tudor House, Llandrindod Wells, with the ,rooms over the Bank. Vacant. 25th March. Rent reasonable.—Particulars may be had at the Loudon City and Midland Bank. 559 TO-LET, Bridgend Inn. Llyswen, half-mile Boughrood station, March 25th next; full license; free house; rent zCl8 per annum, tenant paying rates, no in-going; present tenant 36 years' occupation, retiring. Apply-C. Prosser, 3, Albert road, Abergavenny. 295p rpO-LET, from March 31st next, desirable 7- roomed residence in Llanfilmngel-Talyllyn village, excellent garden. Apply-Morris, Bryn- derwen Farm, Talyllyn. 378p rPO-LET, Brynderw, The Gro, Builth Wells. -? Apply-A. P. Morgan. GIvngw? v, Builth 366p Wells. 386p WANTBD.-Comfortable Board Residence with- in a quarter of an hour's .walk from Knigh- ton. State terms—(Mr) T. G. Scott, Whixall, Whitchurch, Salop. 355p T O-LET.-191 acres farm, 6 miles from Ludlow and Craven Arms. Apply-Morris, Marshall and Poole, Ludlow. 519 T O-LET, "Glyngarth," Oaklands. Builth Wells, Small Villa Residence, moderate rent, Par- ticulars, apply Mr W. Watkins, Glyngarth, Oak- lands, Builth. 571 LOST AND FOUND. LOST from Great House Farm, Nantmel, 4 Wether Lambs, pitchmark P. C.: reward.— Picton Careless. 399p S TRA YED to Berthbally. Brecon, mountain pony and sucker since Christmas. Owner can have same ifgfclaimed within two months by paying expenses.-—William Morgan. 358p TRAY ED to Tynygraig last November, two ewes. If not claimed within 21 days will be sold to defray expenses.—Price, Tynygraig, Builth. 371p CTltAYED from Tyisaf farm, Erwood, Radnor Ewe since February 5th. Pitch R.P. on side (rather dim). Finder will be rewarded.— Rees Powell. 385p QTRAYED to Trcdomcn Court. a Welsh ewe, since Christmas. Owner can have same by describing and paying expenses.—W. Williams. 408p FOR SALE OR PURCHASE. "CGGS For Sitting from pure-bred Rhode Island — Reds; grand winter layers. I had 122 eggs in December and 275 eggs in January from 18 hens. Guaranteed fertile. 3/6 per dozen.—C. H. Wil- liams, Glaslyn,. Llandrindod Welsl. 502 FOR SALE.-About 500 bushels of Oats, 200 bushels of Barley, and 125 bushels of Wheat, not threshed, and the straw; also 2 ricks of Hay of 1914 season, well harvested.—Lewis Lewis, Penpentre, Defynock. 364p FOR SALE, 2 colts and 1 filly, two-year-old this foaling, fit for work.—Jones, Cwmcam- lais, Sennybridge. 360p T^OR SALE.—One Set Trap Harness, suit cob FOR 14 to 15 hands, only been used few times.- Jones, Builder, Pant Road, Dowlais. 383p p REY HAIR permanently and speedily restored G to its original colour by using Harrison's Hair Colour Restorer. It is not a dye, but by natural means acts as a restorative. Contains nothing injurious, and is beneficial to the growth and beauty of the Hair. In bottles, price 1/6 (postage 3d extra). Manufacturer :—G. W. HAR- BISON, Hair Specialist, Reading. Agent for Bre- con F. L. Stanton. Knighton G. M. Perkins, Chemist. Builth Wells J. Ward. Llandovery T. Roberts. 9p MOLESKINS wanted, properly dried and — stretched; highest price paid by oldest re- gular dealers; send for 1916 list.—J. H. Smith, and Co., 10, Friday street, London. 215p SALE.-3 Shorthorn Heifers, and one Cross Ayrshire and Shorthorn Cow, all newly calved. Apply—W. S. Miller, Forest Lodge, Brecon. 387p 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, Ches- ter. 363p IMPORTANT TO MOTHERS.—Every mother — who values the health and cleanliness of her child should use HARRISON'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 PICTURES, well framed hundreds of patterns. — See the new, neat, polished wood moulding, can be cleaned and always looks new.-Tyler and Son, Bulwark, Brecon. 252 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 551-. Modern Machinery as above purchased. Only address HENRY LEWIS AND SONS, Thames Bank Ironworks, Reading. Telephone 201. 1659p PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. TDRIME Herefordshire Cider for Sale, in my casks guaranteed pure.—Lewis J. Price, Cobnash Farm, Kingsland, Herefordshire. 413 NE"W LAID EGGS.—Wanted regular supplies I of New Laid Eggs, must be reliable, top market price, any quantity, boxes and labels found and cash per return.—H. -4arrden, Wel- lington Road, Handsworth. 406p pEDIGREE EGGS for Sitting.—White Wyan- J dobtes from S. Hunter Bird, cockerel from Harpen Adams, laying competition 3/6; White Leghorns. Padman 285 egg strain mated to S. Hunter cockerel, 3/6; Plymouth Rocks, pen of S. Hunter birds, 3/- per sitting. Clears replaced.— 'Sparey. Green End, Presteigne. 631 "DATS—GOOD RATS are dead ones killed with "Bodiiie" Rat Poison. It kills rats on the spot, not one escapes. Tins, 6d, 1/ 2/ 3/ 5/ Post 3d. Harley, Chemist, Perth.—Agents Stan- ton. 26, High St., Brecon; D. 1. Williams, Llan- I wrtyd H. J. Sparey, General Stores, Presteign; J. Ward, Builth Wells; J. Blower, Knighton and Craven Arms; J. Nicholas, Drug Stores, Llan- dovery. 544 RHODE ISLAND Red Eggs for Sale; 4/6 sittings.—Lowis, Flag and Castle Inn, Brecon. 554 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 WALLPAPERS at lowest prices. Any quan- tity large or small, supplied at WHOLE- SALE PRICES. Our stock exceeds 250,000 ROLLS of all classes. Write for patterns stating what class you require. (Dept. 223), BARNETT WALLPAPER Co., Ltd., Knott Mill, MAN- CHESTER. 123p TYPE -WRITING.-Type- writing promptly and efficiently executed at reasonable prices. Ap- ply—"X," c/o "Brecon and Radnor Express," Brecon. Pi nnn GUARANTEE. Tailor's Woollen Clips, 8d per rb.: Lead, 23/- per cwt.: Brass, Gid per lb.: Copper. 7d per lb.; Old Cloth Rags. 9/- per cwt. Old Flannels bought; also dirty damp Sugar, rancid Bacon, Butter, Margarine: Motor Tyres, 18/6 per cwt.: Inner Tubes, 6d per l'b. Anything purchased.—Thomas Horton, Mafltihyr. 126p MISCELLANEOUS. -.u _-h IF you suffer from Cold in the Head, Nasal Catarrh or Influenza you should use "NOSTRO- LINE." Both for prevention and cure it is simply wonderful. Smear it in your nostrils and sniff it up. It goes right in where the microbes lurk and clears your head instantly, destroys the germs, soothes and heals. Quicker and safer than taking drugs. Suitable for all ages and conditions. Should be at hand in every home. Price 1/3 and 3/- (triple size). Postage 2d. Harold E. Mat- thews and Co., Chemists, Clifton, P-istol. Sold by :—Walter Gwillim, M.P.S., Medical Hall, Bre- con; A. E. Jones, 46, Beaufort Street, Brynmawr; A. M. Jones, M.P.S., 74, King Street, Brynmawr; H. T. T. Roberts, Abergavenny; T. A. Coltman, Builth; J. Ward, Builth: W. H. Kirkland, Crickhowell: G. M. Perkins, Knighton; W. W. Johnson, Llandrindod; R. C. Prytherch, M.P.S., Llanwrtyd; D. 1. Williams, Llanwrtyd; J. Parry and Co., Sennybridge; Jno. Parry, Talgarth, and most Ohemists elsewhere. 188 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. 189 No insects-no eggs. Karswood Poultry Spice, containing ground insects, ensures eggs, 2d, 6d, 1/Hope, General Merchant. Newbridge- on-Wye. 354p W ANTE tack for 6 two-year-old Heifers, till the middle of April. Apply-Price. Great Cellws, Penybont Station, Radnorshire. 376p WANTED.-Orders for booklets, catalogues, chapel reports, etc., printing. Executed on new Linotype Machine at record cheap prices.' Apply for quotations to Manager, "Express," Bre- con. Auction sale catalogues, a speciality. IMPORTANT TO ALL STOCK OWNERS. Keep your stock free from all skin diseases, vermin, scurf, loss of hair, warble fly, etc., by using the most reliable, valuable, and safe "Non-poisonous" preparation—viz., CORRY'S TOBACCO POWDER. Approved by the Board of Agriculture and made by Corry and Co., Ltd., at their bonded Stores, Shad Thames, London, S.E. Free of duty since 1866, and may be obtained from all Agricultural Chemists and Merchants in perforated tins, Is., 2s. each. Cheaper in bulk. brl46 GOVERNESS CAES GOVERNESS \JT CARS Rubber Tyres, the lightest and most up-to-date on the market, also smart Ralli Traps, 24 new for sale. immediate delivery sent any distance in orates hundreds of plaa- sed customers testimonials received daily 50 years' reputation; low cash prices; inspection. —Avery's Carriage Works, Dock Street, New- port, Mon. 1968p Protect Your Cornfields From birds and vermin bjr using Corvusine D.G. ,Is also a preventive of premature ground rot and a smut dressing. No need for bird minders. High percentage germination. Sa"es Cx for every l spent. No drill clogging. Stocked and sold by A. HANDLEY AND SONS, Corn Merchants, Builth Wells and Rhayader. MISS MAY CAMPBELL, R.A.M., Medalist, certificated and trained in the Royal Academy of Music, London, now receives pupils for pianoforte, violin, counterpoint, harmony, theory, form, sight singing and ear training. Pupils prepared for all examinations connected with the Royal Academy and Royal College of Music. Rathbone. Builth Wells. AUCTION APPOINTMENTS. Messrs. David & W. J. Price. (late D. Price and Williams.) Friday March 24th.—Sale of Freetiold Property at the Wellington Hotel. Brecon. March -Saleof Househol iFurniture &c., at Brecon. Tuesday, April 4th—Vennyfach Grass Letting Sale. Thursday April 6th.-Bolgoed Annual Grass tiale. Saturday April 8th.-Abory,-kir Annul viraes Sale, Tuesday Apr,il ii.-Seethrog Annual Grass Sale. Thursday 13th.—Pendre, Llangorse, Sale of Stock and Grass. Saturday April 15th.-Oaklands Annual Grass Sale. Tuesday April 18th —Letting of Hrass for W. F. Parry i* de Winton Esq. Wednesday April I9ch.— Plas Annual Grass Sale. Saturday April 22nd —Liwynllwj Grass Sale. '>> Wednesday April 26th -Pytindv. Annual Gross Sale. Friday May 6th.—Tygwyn, L-flai-wm, Annual Grass Snip BRECONS KIKE, PARISH OF LLANDEFALLE. SALE OF A VERY DESIRABLE FREEHOLD FARM. MESSliS DAVID & W. J. PRICE have re- ceied instructions to Sell by Auction at the WELLINGTON HOTEL, BRECON, at 2.30 p.m. on Friday the 24th day of March, 1916, all that Freehold Farm known as ILFORDIG," situate in the Parish of Llandefalle in the County of Brecon, containing by admeasurement 158a. Or. 37p., or thereabouts, of excellent meadow pasture and arable land, now in the occupation of Mr James Meredith, as yearly tenant at the an- nual rent of 4W. Attached to the farm is a valuable right of common on Llandefalle Hill. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers, or to Messrs. Jeffreys and •">< well, Solicitors, Brecon. b552 PRELIMINARY. Vennyfaeh, Near Brecon. IMPORTANT GRASS LETTING SALE. jV/TESSRS. DAVID & W. J. PRICE have been TJ- favoured with instructions from Dr. G. P. Francis to Let by Auction, on TUESDAY, APRIL 4th, 1916, nearly 150 -acres df exceptionally good Meadow and Pasture Land in suitable lots. N OTE.-Most of the land has been kept up since Novem,ber, and the prospects are that there will be good keep for Cattle early in April. Further particulars will appear next week. b553 Mr. G. Y. Price. Monday March 13th. -Sale of Cattle &c.\ at Builth Wells Cattle Market. Friday March 24th.—Sale of Live and Dead Farming Stock. &c., at Upper Ljaneon, Glascwm. Rad- norshire. CATTLE MARKET, BUILTJ.i WELLS. Mil. G. V. PRICE has been J tvoured with in- struetions from the Administrator of the late Miss Lily Scattergood, Wernaltcwm, Llan- saintfread, near Builth Wells, to sell by Public Auction at the above Cattle Market on Monday, March 13th, 1916, the following Live Stock, &c. 3 Hea-d of Dairy Cattle, 1 cow to calf in May, 1 two-year-old Heifer, 1 Yearling Heifer, 1 Pony about 12 hands, quiet to ride and drive, 1 Gover- ness Car and Pony Harness (complete). 1 Com- plete Set of Cob Harness. Sale to commence at 11 o'clock Prompt. Terms—Cash. Auctioneer's Offices, Builth Wells, b570 Upper Llaneon. In the Parish of Glasewm, Radnorshire, about 6i miles from Builth Wells. fR. G. V. PRICE has been favoured with in- structions from Mr Richard Boore to sell by Public Auction on the above premises, on Friday, March 24th, 1916, the following Live Stock, &c. :— 2 Horses, viz. 1 Aged Cob Mare in foal, 15 hands, quiet to ride or drive, well accustomed to farm work; 1 two-year-old Cart Filly. 4 Hereford Cattle, viz. 1 Cow in calf and in full profit, 1 Young Barren Cow, 1 weaned Bull Calf, 1 weaned Heifer Calf. 23 Radnor and Welsh Sheep, viz. 12 Radnor Yearling Theaves, 8 Welsh Ewes in and with Lamb, 3 Fat Ram Lambs. 30 Hens, 3 Ducks. Implements of Husbandry Mowing Machine (Bamford), Cambridge Roll, Cart, Gambo, Plough, Iron Harrows, Turnip Scuffler, Chaff- Cutter, Winnowing 'Machine, Heel Rake, Pikles, Rakes, Dung Forks, Cow Ties, Grindstone, &c., &c. Harness and Dairy Utensils, and Home- Cured Bacon, together with the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, comprising: Old Oak Dresser, 3 Old Oak Corner Cupboards, a very handsome eight day Grandfather Clock with brass face, Weather Glass, Oak Kitchen Table, Writing Desk. Old Oak Kitchen Chairs, Oak Bedstead, Pictures, Meat Safe, Kitchen Utensils, and several other Articles. Sale to commence at 2 o'clook Refreshments Provided. Terms—Strictly Cash. Auctioneer's Offices. Builth Wells. b571 Mr. T. E. V. Powell. March 21st.-Sale of Household Furniture, etc., Talybryn Cottage, Llansaintfraed, Bwlch. b506 ￼ Mr. J. EvaM. March 27th.—Furniture &c., Forester's Hall, Builth Wells, March 23rd. — Furniture, Erwood. Particulars see Posters. FOR SALE (BY PRIVATE TREATY) 160 Acres Canadian Farm situate about 60 miles South-LMt of Calgary. The farm contains 32 acres "toughed land, a a-loomed shack with lean-to,# it,,trn for 6 horses, fowl-house, and a dug welj.^ The land is rolling, with^ son;.| knolls, and is well adapted for mixed farming, or would make an excellent sheep-farm. "< If desired, nearly the whofftof the land could be ploughed. The town of Champion- (between Calgary and Llethbridge) is 14 miles away, with a good road to it. There is a Stores and Post Office 4 miles distant, and a coal-mine about 3 miles away. The wheat-crop averaged about 50 bushels to the acre last year. Present owner has taken some land in British Columbia, and, being unable to manage both at such distance, would dispose of the holding in question at a reasonable cash figure. Apply. Canadian," "Brecon and Radnor Express," Brecon. fl03 I AUCTION APPOINTMENTS. Messrs. Miller, Powell & Co. (F.A.I.) j March 17th.—Sale of Freehold Lieensed Premises at the Wellington Hotel, Brecon. March 24th.-Sale of Old Oak and other Furniture, at the Wellington Hotel, Brecon. April 4th. Annual Bull Show and Sale, at the Cattle I Market. Brecon. j April 10th.—Grass Letting at Talachddu Rectory. April —.—Annual Grass Letting at Abercar, Senny- bridge. April 13th.—Annual Grass Letting and Sale of Ewes and Lambs, at Penmaes, Llanfillo. April 15th.-Annual Grass Letting at Maesllwydart. Sennybridge. April 17th.- Annual Grass Letting at Cwmwysg Ucha, Sennybridge. April 18th.—Sale of Farming Stock and Grass Letting at the Lodge Farm, Talgarth. April 2<Hh.—Annual Grass Letting at Tycan al. Llan- filo. i BRE CON SHIRE. | ————— SALE OF YALUABLE FREEHOLD LICENSED PREMISES AND ORCHARD AND MEADOW LAND. fESSRS. MILLER, POWELL & CO., F.A.I., have received instructions to Sell by Auction at the WELLINGTON HOTEL, BRECON, on Friday the 17th day of March 1916, at 2.30 p.m. (subject to Conditions of Sale). All that fully Licensed Free House known as The Farmer's Arms, Bwlch, situate on the main road from Brecon to Crickhowell, with the Garden and Out-Buildings thereto belonging. Also the excellent Orchard and Meadow Land adjoining, containing about 4l acres. The Orchard has been planted with a good se- lection of Fruit Trees of about 15 years growth. The whole is now in the occupation of the owner, Mr William Morris. For further Particulars apply to the Auctioneers or Messrs. Jeffreys and Powell, Solicitors, all of Castle Street, Brecon. b550 Mr. Francis George Price. March 21st.—Live and Dead Farming Stock at Upper Pentre, Llandewifach, Painscastle. April 6th.-Live. and Dead Farming Stock together with part Household Furniture, at Tyncwm Farm, Llanstephan. April 20th.—Annual Grass Letting at Lower House, Cusop. Upper Pentre, Llandewi-Vaeh, PAINSCASTLE. ERWOOD. Important and Attractive Sale of LIVE AND DEAD FARMING STOCK, Etc. At R, FRANCIS GEO. PRICE is favoured with instructions from Mr Francis Lane who is leaving to Sell by Public Auction on TUESDAY. MARCH 21st. 1916. viz. :— Sheep 20 Welsh ewes in yean or with lambs, 20 Cross Radnor Ewes in yean or with lambs, 13 Cross Shropshire Ewes in yean or with lambs. Cattle Dairy Cow and Calf, Dairy Cow (due to calf), 2 Dairy Heifers in calf, Black Heifer in calf, Cross-bred Heifer in Calf, Hereford Barrener Cow, 4 three-half-year-old Steers, 1 three-half-year-old Heifer, 8 Yearling Steers and Heifers. Horses: Black Collier Horse, rising 4 years old, Brown Collier Horse, rising 4 years old, Grey Collier Horse, rising 3 years old, Black Collier Horse, rising 3 years old, Brown Pony, about 13 lands, quiet to ride and drive, rising 4 years. Implements Massey Harris Mowing Machine, Scarifier, Light Waggon, Ransome Wheel Plough, pair Harrows, Turnip Scuffle, Blower, Fowl house, Horse Rake, Turnip Cutter, Iron Pig Trough, Set of Harness, 2 Gents' Saddles. Long, Short and G.O. Gearing, Collars. Bridles, &c. Ferret and Box. Sheep Dog. good worker. Sale at 1.30 Prompt. Terms—CASH. The Cottage, Talgarth. March 6th, 1916. b572 Messrs. James Straker, Son and Chadwick. THURSDAY, MARCH 16th, 1916. Under instructions from R. G. D. Thomas, Esq. The Pentre, Abergavenny, (1 mile out on the Brecon Road from centre of town) TAMES STRAKER, SON & CHADWICK F.A.I.), having sold the Estate, are in- structed to conduct a Sale of the whole of the EFFECTS OF GARDENS AND GROUNDS including rubber-tyred Governess Car, and new Lake Boat with Sculls, Mast and Sails, by Mor- gan Giles and May, together with the VALUABLE POULTRY APPLIANCES, purchased in 1915 from Messrs. R. Miller, of Denny, Scotland, and Willcox, of Pontefract. 200 LOTS OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE supplied by Maple within the last 18 months. .Sale at 11.30. -IM Light refreshments will be provided at moderate charges. Catalogues from the Auctioneers, Abergavenny and Crickhowell. b516 By instructions of Mrs C. H. Martin. The Hill, Abergavenny. An attractive two days Sale 'by Auction, will b conducted by TAMES STRAKER (F.A.I.), SON & CHAD- ° WICK (F.A.I.) on Thursday and Friday, April 6th and 7th, including Outdoor Effects. Part Furnishings, Massive Lib- rary Effects, Valuable China a.nd Glass, Silver and Plate, Rare old Books and Works, Choice Col- lection of Rare Sketches, Etchings, Engravings, Prints and Oils, also 30 doz. Choice Old Vintage Wines Sale each day at 11 o'clock. Catalogues (price 3d each) on application to The Auctioneers, Abergavenny. b565 4 Hampton Grammar School, GLASS URV-ON- WVE. Principal: Rev. D. C. Lloyd. OlMsics, Mathematics, Civil Service, Short- hand, Typewriting, Commercial Tuition, Music. Pupils highly successful at London, Oxford Cambridge, and Wales Universities. Also in all publio exams. For prospectns apply— Rev. D. C. LLOYD, Glasburyon-Wye ￼ P. E. GANE(T¡g=) LTD. |i P. E. GANE(Tr £ H') Ltd. I| ) THE CARDIFF FURNISHERS & MMMIMS. ) I FURNITURE, CARPETS, LINOLEUMS. BEDSTEADS & BEDDING. All the latest Creations in :I CURTAI: FABRICS, WALL PAPERS, COVERINGS. I PAINTERS, DECORATORS, I AND K PAPERHANGERS. I Example of our unrivalled value. This Ia beautiful Inlaid Mahogany Cabinet IS £7 7s. Od. t N Write for Cataloz que. C. P .d R .1 S. Carriage Paid to nearest Railkay St-ition. I 1 38 & 41, Queen Street, CARDIFF. EMEWJ=mMak AUCTION APPOINTMENTS. Messrs. Jackson & McCartney. HEREFORD AND eRA VEN ARMS GREAT SPRING SALES OF 800 HORSES HEREFORD, SATURDAY, 18th MARCH, 1916. (Final week for making Entries.) j CRAVEN ARMS, SATURDAY 1st APRIL 1916. I £ 120 IN PRIZES, for Horses of all Classes. Entry forms and prize schedules upon application. I JACKSON & McCARTNEY, I' b558 Auctioneers, Craven Arms and Hereford. PUBLIC NOTICES. Be John Tudor, deceased Pursuant to the Act of Parliament 22nd and 23rd Vie., Cap. 35, intituted "An Act to further amend the Lraw of Property, and to relieve Trustees." NoTICE is hereby given that all creditors and other persons having any claims or demands against the estate of John Tudor, late of Priory Villa, Brecon, in the county of- Brecon, Gentle man, deceased (who died on the 15th day of July, 1915, and whose Will was proved in the Principal Registry of the Probate Division of His Majesty's High Court of Justice on the 14th day of October, 1915, by Caroline Tudor and Hancon Tudor, the executors therein named), are hereby required to send the particulars, in writing, of their claims to us the undersigned solicitors for the said executors on or before the 1st day of May next, after which date the said executors will proceed to distribute the assets of the said deceased amongst the persons entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims 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 whose claims or demands they shall not then have had notice. Dated this 3rd day of March, 1916. YORATH & JONES, (Solicitors for the Executors. Duke Street Chambers, Cardiff. b566 BRECONSHIRE EDUCATION COMMITTEE. I Short Courses in Dairying at the UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF WALES. ABERYSTWYTH. rpHE BRECONSHIRE EDUCATION COM- MITTEE are about to award a limited I number of SCHOLARSHIPS of £7 each to per- sons resident in Breconshire tenable at the above Courses at the University College, Aberystwyth. Three Courses will be held, the first commenc- ing on Tuesday, April 18th, .the second on Tues- day, May 16th, and the third on Tuesday, June 13th, 1916. Each Course will consist of practical work only ,and will last for four weeks. Students will be required to reside in an ap- proved house under the care of the Dairy In- structress. The best Studeilt at these Courses may be offered a further Scholarship, provided she is recommended by the College, to enable her to return to the advanced Dairy Course, lasting ten weeks. Applications for the above Scholarships, stating age and short particulars of Candidates' exper- ience in dairy work, should reach me, the under- signed, not later than 10 a.m. on Friday, March 24th, 1916, and should state the Course the Candidates desire to-attend. A. LEONARD, 'Secretary to the Education Committee. Education Office, County Hall, Brecon. March 6th, 1916. b568 A LL CLASSES of printing can be done at the "Express" Office. No job too big, no job too small. The only Linotype Machine in the county, for setting programmes, catalogues, etc. Ask us to quote when you want anything cheap. Wedding Cards.-Sw our Sample Book, at the "Express Office, Brecon. Prices to suit everybody. SHIPPING NOTICES. LUXURIOUS MAIL S TEAMERS. Regular Service from Liverpool. FAST MtSSANABIE Fri., Mar. 24 TTM? METAGAMA Fri., Apl. 7 LJNE Unsurpassed Accommodation for aH to classes. Moderate Fares. Special Tours arranged. Lowest rates ouoted for COIDA Freight and Passage. AIPly lor Free Information and Pamphlets to: CANADIAN PACIFIC 18, St. Augustine's Parade, BRISTOL. 1915—1916. PLANTING SEASON. A UTUMN 'Commence lifting first week in October, keeping on until the end of March, 1916, Larch Fir, Ij- to 2 ft. and 2t to Bi ft. Scotch, It to 2 ft.; Spruce, Ii to 2 ft.; Austrian Pine, It to 2 ft Quick Thorn, li to 2ft. and 2 to 8 ft. Prices upon application per 1,000. Ornamental Shrubs and Roses of all kinds, Fruit Trees of all the leading kinds. Apply to Daniel Weatherley, Caeau Nurseries, Mr Builth, Breconshire br23 TO ECONOMISE AND SAVE. Make one ton of coal last where 80 cwt were consumed for domestic purposes by sub- —— stituting —— BARGOED." SELECTED LARGE for the other kinds of Welsh coals. "SPECIAL B." Deep Cobbles in lieu of the ordinary English Cobbles. G.C.G." Machine made crushed Nuts for ANTHRA- CITE STOVES, instead of the usual Red Vein Pea and Nuts. The only place in Brecon to get any of these three Coals BRECONSHIRE COAL liD LIME OFFICE. (NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE, BRECON). I N.B.—Truck loads, 4 tons and upwards, sent to any outside station. I HOTEL GWALIA, Upper Vobirn Place, London, W.C. 130 Rooms luxuriously furnished, Fireproof Building, Electric Light to all Floors, Centrally situated, close to Huston Station, Is. 6d. cab fare from Paddington to the Hotel. Tariff: Bed, Breakfast, Bath, and Attend- ance, 5a. each perao? Telegraphic Address: "GwaMatht, London. Telephone: ?,'o & 5011. City. JOHN M. JKNKINS, Manager. .w !■— John A. Evans, ifiRICDLTDRAL lID GEKERiL AUCTIONEER AND VALUER. Delapidation and Tenant Right Valuer. Sales by Auction or Private Treaty of all kinds of Property, Timber, Furniture, Farm- ing Stock, Grass Lettings, &c. Special terms to members of Farmers' Union-I Prompt Settlements. Auction Offices: Tseiog and Cattle Markat, Bailth. bibs
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