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BRECON. I The best spread for your daily bread is Morris's choicest quality Xew Zealand butter at 1/6 per lb.—Morris Bridge street. Seed Potatoes. Seed Potatoes. 13 good sorts to select from. Price list on Application. Quarrell. Brecon HOSPITAL FOR FOUNTAIN PEN.-s.-Any make Pen quickly and cheaply repaired.—A. Hughes and Son, Stationers. 683 Mr E. V. Owen, of Abergavenny, will preach • at Glamorgan Street Church on Sunday next, i morning and evening. 562 For Chaffcutters, Pulpers and other Imple- ments, "at before War Prices, inspect the stock at Breconshire Coal & Lime Co., Ltd. (Wharf and Market), Brecon. 397 XOTICE.—Organisers and others, wishing to have Brecon meetings and matters of public interest re- '■ ported in the "Express, are respectfully invited to communicate with the Editor. NOTICE.—Samuel Perry (late J. Perry), Posting Master, Brecon. Excellent Glass and Covered r Hearse. Carriages of every Description. Reason- able Charges. All Orders, left at 48, Free street, Brecon, promptly attended to. ft- 236 f ZEPPELIN RAIDS.—Insurance against dainagoby aircraft can be effected with Mr W. J. Nott, In- k surance Broker, Ship Street, Brecon (J. E. Nott and Co., Ltd.) Policies issued under Government r guarantee. 472 BORDERER'S HIGH RANK. Major Charles W. Pearless, of the S.W.B.. has been gazetted as- sistant adjutant and quarter-master-general (to be temporarily Lieut.-Colonel whilst so employed) on the Adjutant-General's and Quartermaster- Gen- eral's Staff. ARCHDEACON'S YISIT.-The Archdeacon of Car- marthen preached at St. John's on Sunday morn- ing and at St. Mary's in the evening. Special services have been arranged in the churches throughout Lent commencing to-day (Ash Wed- nesday.) 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. Branches Sennvbridge, Cra-doc, Talyllyn, and Talybont-on- Usk. Deliveries arranged by our own carts. Prices on application. ? PRESENTATION.—At her residence recently, Miss '1 Babbington was the recipient of a presentation, t in recognition of her long and devoted service of 36 years, as headmistress of the Infants' Depart- ment, Postern School. The presentation, which consisted of a photo of the school, an album con- taining the names of the subscribers, and a cheque, was made by Miss Bevan. Miss Babbington wishes to express her deep gratitude to all the sub. scribers for their kind appreciation of her service. NOTABLE COURSING SUCCESS.—A notable cours- ing success has been achieved by a Brecon dog. :■ At the Wryde Club (Barbican Cup) meeting at >. Peterborough, last week, Mr William Williams' dog, "Wet Morning." divided the valuable "Barbican Purse" with another. This, we be- lieve, is the greatest success achieved by ,a. Brecon dog. At this meeting, which is next in import- ance to the Waterloo, all the best dogs in the country are met. "Wet Morning," by "Earl's Court"—"River Lyne"-has already won some notable successes. I A WORD IN SEASON.—Owing to the unsettled k condition of the market we have, this year, se- [ cured our new stock earlier than usual, and are now in a position to show you a selection of pat- terns in wall papers which, for beauty of design and excellence of colouring, are unsurpassed. Pa tterns sent by poet. Let us know your re- quirements and they shall have our best attention. J. Distempers by the leading makers and all other ■* requisites for the renovation of the home stocked in great variety at the old address Oscar r-: Watkins, top of Lion Street. Brecon. 729 NOT RENEWED.—At the adjourned brewster sessions, on Monday, before Mr E. A. Wright, 'Mr Evan Morgan and Mr C. J. E. Large, the renewal of the licence of the "New Greyhound" r (a temperance hotel) came up for consideration. The police had objected to the renewal of the licence on the grounds that the house was not used as a licensed premises. No excise licence had been taken out in respect to it for many years. There was no application for renewal, and after formal evidence of the service of notice had 'been taken, the magistrates decided not to renew i, the licence. THE DETENTION BARRACKS.—According to orders issued by the Western Command, the following ministers have been appointed to officiate at the Brecon Detention Barracks :-Roman Catholic, Rev. Father W. Finucane; Presbyterian, Rev. S. G. Davies; Wesleyan, Rev. C. Allen Harries; Baptist, Congregationalist, and Methodist, Rev. D. 0. Griffiths. Rev. Thomas Griffiths has al- ready been appointed chaplain. Lieutenant Sir John Henniker-Heaton, Bart.. who was recently stationed at Slwch Camp, Brecon, has been ap- pointed to command the administrative centre of the Welsh Horse with the rank ot Captain. N.S.P.C.C.-The National Society for the Pre- vention of Crueltv to Children investigated 3,902 complaints of neglect and cruelty in England, Wales and Ireland, during the month of January. Of the 3,691 completed cases, 3,583 were found true, affecting the welfare of 11,131 children and involving 4,505 offenders. Warnings were issued in 3,248 cases; 168 were prosefeuted (resulting in 166 convictions), and 167 were dealt with by L' transfer in other ways. From its foundation in 1884 the Society has dealt with 898,160 complaints involving 2,513",347 children. In the Brecon and District Branch during the same month six cases were dealt with, affecting 15 children. WATTON f-HURCH.-On a recent Wednesday evening, a very liappy meeting of the members and worshippers of the Watton Church was held in the Schoolroom to introduce and welcome their new r pastor, Rev. S. G. Davies, from Oswestry. A hearty welcome was extended to Mr & Mrs Davies and Mrs Hughes, and suitable speeches were de- livered by a number of the members. Mr Davies replied in an appropriate address, expressing his pleasure at coming, and his ardent hopes for a bright future among them. A coffee supper was then provided by a few of the ladies, after which the annual business meeting in connection with v church affairs took place. A pleasant evening was closed with the benediction. All wish Mr Davies success in his new sphere of labour in Brecon.

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