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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," PARTMENT8, SITUATIONS VACANT OR ANTED, TO BE LET OR SOLD, LOST AND FOUND, AND MISCELLANEOUS I WANTS. Three Six Words. Once. Times. Times j 2 words 0 9 1 9 2 6 1 ?4 Words I 1 0 20?30 ?* Words 1 4 2 8 4 0 I tkch extra 8 words 0 4 0 8 1 0 IQ cases where replies are to be sent to the e Express Office and forwarded by us, 3d. I^ra to above prices must be sent. ? all cases these Charges are for cash wih order. not pre-paid, they will be charged sixpence per line per insertion. We do not guarantee the insertion of an adver- '?nent in any specified issue, or at all, and will 401 be liable for any loss occasioned by the eVJure of an advertisement to appear in any speci- ? issue, or at all. We reserve the right to re- 7a" insertion of an advertisement. 'Wbilat great pains are taken to secure accuracy, IN e Would impress upon advertisers the need for j ?'ble writing. In any case we only insert ad- .?iaemente upon the condition that we do not ^ePt responsibility for inaccuracies, nor for any 8equence arising therefrom. Cheques, postal orders, etc., should be made P%?abie to the proprietor, G. E. 8AYCE. ?Plies to advertisements with box numbers jjv must all be written and either posted or h?Pped into the letter box at the office, Bulwark, I ￼ I Brecon and Radnor Express," or the Radnor Express," will be sent post free to nlY address in the United Kingdom at the f blowing rates :— a. d. 13 weeks 1 8 26 weeks 8 4 I 52 weeks. 6 8 I PREPAID. r Advertisements are also received at the "Ex- '11 eBs" Office for the "South Wales Daily News" I other contemporaries of neighbouring coun- j ￼ SITUATIONS VACANT. 4^BENTICE for Shop wanted, either in or t out doors. Apply—Mrs E. Jones, High t Brecon. 473p qOY wanted for garden, greenhouse, errands; ik live in or out; age 14 to 16.—Lock. Llan- ded Wells. 624 BRECON AND MEKTHYR RAILWAY.— ? Wanted, Men and Lads in the Traffic De- .r1Qent.-Apply to Inspector Sparkee, Brecon 11. thyr Railway. Bassaleg, Mon. bl SNG Girl as Cook-General, another maùd 11 ept.-A-fiN Adcock, Warw.ick House, Bre- 475p COMPETENT Shorthand Typist (men eligible at for Military Service will not be engaged), \r e experience and salary required.—District lallier, Inland Revenue, Brecon. 469p b^lLY Girl or Woman wanted, respectable 5, experienced person. Apply—Mrs E. Jones. Iffigb Street, Brecon. 473p GENERAL servant, plain cooking, good char- I ? acter, private house, no basements; wages, |^Y- £ 22, rising ?1 half-yearly.—Mrs Jeffreys, ?hurst Eill, Essex. 334p 141tocERY Haulier wanted immediately, with j ?hr) some knowledge of warehouse work.—Price Son, Caerphilly. 443p Q-ARX)ENER-Cowman and wife, wanted, Bre- ? con, plain gardening, cows, cob, wife quite Naljll cooking, small dairy, poultry, comfortable i?, 'cl e and good wages to competent couple. ?4 ??ch people preferred.—445p, "Express," Bre-/ ￼ JV^TCHENMAID required, strong and ex- a perienced; able to do plain cooking, wages Ut xis Write fully, Mrs George Hann, < gub, rwen Aberdare. 455p IK TRAJ)E.-Strong girls for delivery, !.e. barrows and carts.—Write Kirby & West,, ter, 458p ^I^QUIRED a respectable girl at General.— Mrs Lewis, 'Memorial College. Brecon. 626 'S^ARP boy or girl, about 14—16, wanted for the Office. ply-Managcr, "Express," Brecon. RANTED.—Platelayers for the Brecon & Mor- bt tbyr Railway. Apply—Foreman, John l!S, Brecon Station. tyANTED, Man for Farm work; able to milk; )? live in.—L. Matthews, Pencarne, New- 4. 357p ￼ ?.-—_?-?. ￼ ANTED, good farm hand, ineligible, able f.i to plough.—J. Morgan, Cefngyfelach, fgyfela-ch, Morriston, Swansea. 590 'y ANTED.—The West Breconshire Farmers' ) '? Association require a salesman at their vbont-on-Usk Branch immediately.—Apply, Williams, Manager, 8, Ship Street, Brecon. k.. L 429p ?VAXT?F, I Pitwood :8:aUli;age,516;: I) day, and War Bonus; regular job.-Davies, i??ct?r Crynant, Neath. 427p W ANTED, house-parlourmaid. — Apply, stat- ic ing age, experience, wages required, Mrs elyn Lewis, Maesyrhaf, Neath. 412p »V'ANTED, single Man, not eligible; small t garden, few poultry and pig kept. Must be I^wed to make himself generally useful. Re- fj^ces required. Apply-A. B. Frowen, Tyf- X Ola, Talywain, near Pontypool, Mon. 419p ANTED, careful, steady Man, who under- lie stands farm work and garden, and to milk; Vfcj* Work; cottage and 'garde n. ect-or. Llan- an Rectory. Brecon. 418p O set men free for Military Service. Male Attendants required for the duration of the !Qil.t, with or without experience; ineligible for service; married or single.—Apply, 'the lcal Superintendent, Worcestershire Asylum, "ey Hall, Bromsgrove. 577 W ANTED.—Gook-General, superior, good re- ￼ ferences, economical family of two, wages W Apply — Kingswood, Llandrindod N58- 598 RANTED a workman, capable of managing J W farm of 150 acres, with a knowledge of tain sheep.—-Apply, stating wages, to Thos. ce, Blaenawy Farm, Forest, Abergavenny. 597 I RANTED Mason (ineligible), on large landed J W estate, married man preferred. Apply- \^Kintosh, Penybont, Radnorshire. 440p W ANTED a capable girl as General, plain I ? COoking, reference required. Apply-Mrs grtCh- yr. Bvrd Watersment, Ynyscynon Street, ? yr. 432p 432p V?N?ED all-round farm hand, married, cot- ij-ht tage and garden provided.-Richards, Bryn- 4y, ryd, Tal ybont-on-Usk. 434p W ATED at once, man to do draining. Ap- <jfc plY-E. C. Maurice, Buckland Estate Wlcb. 593 yr ANTEÐ, strong Boy or Girl, 14 to 16. drive! and deliver milk; live in. Apply-John 1S, Breinton. Hereford. k 462p h'• PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. W ANTED.-Good Ploughman, generally use- ful, able to milk preferred, good house and garden, 23/- per week and extras; references.— Hurman, Llanishen, Cardiff. 438p TXT ANTED, good girl as General. Apply, with references, to Davies, Bristol House, Builth Wells. 463p WANTED, gardener, no glass"; also cow- man for the Home farm.—Jackson, Tre- burvaugh, neao- Knighton. 467p WANTED sharp respectable lad as apprentice to the Watchmaking and Jewellery Busi- ness.. Apply-T. Hammond, Builth Wells. 620 WANTED a young girl as apprentice to the Fruit, Floral, and Vegetable Trade.— Meredith and Sons, Brecon. 446p WANTED 2 farm hands, ineligible for army. Live in. good wages.—Davies, Ysysygored. Aberfan. 448p j WANTED, smart willing Girl, about 16, to assist in front sliop.-Lock, Florist, LJan- drindod Wells. 625 WANTED a strong boy to help in the garden, with ?Irtie knowledge of horses.—Apply, Penilanole, Doldowlod, near Rhayader. 466p W ANTED, at once, experienced housemaid- t waitress: also good general.—Apply, Mrs Rogers, The Spa, Llandrindod Wells. 465p -——- I HOUSES WANTED, FOR SALE, OR TO LET. BRY OFF A, Knighton, furnished, two recep- tion, four bedrooms, bath, h. and c. GLYN, I Knighton, from September 29th, similar accom- modation. Further particulars from Mrs Harvey Cadwallader, Bryn Offa. 604 COTTAGE to let. Apply-Mrs Tudor, Priory I Villa, Brecon. 424p COTTAGE and Garden to let at Libanus.— Apply, Miss Lewis. Myrtle House, Libanus, Brecon. 459p FUR,NIBHED House required from April 11th ¡ to May 9th, containing 4 or more bedrooms f and usual offices. Between Newbridge and I Llangurig; near river Wye.—Particulars to 55, Westbury -toad, Westbury-on-Trym. 471p j — —. ? T?O-IjET, from March 31st next, desirable 7- ¡ roomed residence in Llanfihangel-Talyllyn village; excellent garden. Apply-Morris, Bryn- | j derwen Farm, Talyllyn. 378p PANTYSGALLOG, Sennybridge. For Sale, j above well-built modern Residence, with 1? miles excellent salmon and trout fishing, gardens and paddocks eight acres, good stabling and cot- tage. Adjoining Farms, CWMLLWYFOG and PANTYSGALLOG, 230 acres, could be included, two excellent farm houses. Immediate possession given.—Apply, W. Burkitt, Grange Hill, Bishop Auckland. 417p TO LET, L £ MB INN, Builth Wells, fully- licensed for seven days; possession May 1st. For particulars, apply David Williams, The Brewery, Builth Wells. 575 TO-LET immediately, "Athelney," Irfon road, Bunth; sitting room, large living room, scullery, four bedrooms, bath (h. and c.); two w.c.'s, garden, rent, £16.. Apply—Mrs Evans, Braemar, Builtb. 582 OR SALE, 2 Houses, Shops and Premises, in 1 F Market Street, Hay. formerly the property of the late Mr William Price.—Apply, Mr Chambers, 80, Chelverton Road, Putney. Lon- don. 411p T O-LET, 1, Norton Villas, good garden, and pig-stye. Penry. Jones, Llandrindod W,ells. 441p TO Let or Sell, Danes Lea, Builth Wells, Tregartb, Garth road, to be sold. For par- ticulars, Rev. W. E. Jones. Danes Lea, Builth Wells. 622 Wells. 622 l ARM FOR SALE OR TO LET. FARMS FOR SALE OR TO LET. G WERNARGLWYDD, Penybont, Radnorshire. —To be let from Lady Day, 1916, this all- round stock farm of 921 acres.—Apply to Jas. Hamer, Greenfield, Penybont, Rads. 605 LOST AND FOUND. STRAYED to Lletty, Newbridge-on-Wye, since November, 2 wethers.—If not claimed within 21 days, will be sold.—E. T. Lewis. 468p CTRAYED to Cefndvris 14th March, 6 Welsh Ewes. Two have lambed.—John Morson, Cefndyris, Builth. 472p FOR SALE OR PURCHASE. B AXTER coloured prints, also Le Blond ovals, in good condition, wanted by private col- lector. State price and particulars.—Mr Jacques, Hampton-in-Arden, Warwickshire. 456p FOR SALE.—Coedygochin Wood, parish of Llanddetty, near Llangynidr, Breconshire, consisting of 23 aires of coppice wood, and 44 oak trees. Further particulars, apply to Llewellyn, Maesyderi, Pontypridd. 423p FOR SALE.—About 40 yards of wrought iron railings 3ft. 6in. high, with 4 gates and pil- lars. Suitable for sheep pens. Cheap. Apply— Gibbons and Sons, Ltd., Crwys Bridge, Car- diff. 598 FOR SALE.—New Chaff-cutter or exchange for Turnip Pulper.- Jeffreys, Lion Stores, Lower Cwmtwrch. 460p FOR Sale, hand baili chair, upholstered in — leather, with hood and apron complete; in excellent condition.—Apply, Mrs Rogers, The Spa, Llandrindod Wells.. 465p GOOD Geese Feathers for sale (clean) and a few pounds of fowl feathers.—Apply 435p, "Express" Office, Brecon. I GREY HAIR permanently and speedily restored I 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- RISON, Hair Specialist, Reading. Agent for Bre-! con F. L. Stanton. Knighton G. M. Perkins, Chemist. Builth Wells J. Ward. Llandovery T. Roberts. 9p TTEARSE, light, glass sides, own build, good as new; great reduction, cash or easy terms.—Marston, 24. Bradford Street, Bir- mingham. 453p 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 Tina, 4Jd. 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. 1. Williams, chem- ist. All Chemists. 1568p MOLESKINS advanced to 30/- per 100 for best quality. Agent? waiited.-Gerr.-ird Bros.. Edinburgh. 437p PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. IX/TOTOR LORRY, magnificent chassis, fitted with body, our build; immediate delivery, cash or easy terms. -M arston, 24, Bradford Street, Birmingham. 453p "JV/TOLESKINS 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 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. Thrashing Belts of all kinds. Modern Machinery as above purchased. Only address HENRY LEWIS AND SONS, Thames Bank Ironworks, Reading. Telephone 201. 1659p pRIME Herefordshire Cider for Sale, in my casks guaranteed pure.—Lewis J. Price, Cobnash Farm, Kingsla-nd, Herefordshire. 413 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 QHORTHORN Calves for rearing, from record j Cheshire Milkers, by pure-bred bulls; quota- tions to any station; no fancy prices; correspond- ence a pleasure.—Frank Dobie, Littleton, Ches- ter. 363p RATS-GOOD RATS are dead ones killed with "Rodine" 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. I. Williams, Llan- wrtyd; H. J. Sparey, General Stores, Presteign; J. Ward, Builth Wells; J. Blower, Knighton and I Craven Arms; J. Nicholas, Drug Stores, Llan- dovery. 544 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. Builtb 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 TWO year old pedigree large white Boar for sale. Apply-E. C. Maurice, Buckland Estate Office, Bwlch. 592 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 TIMBER.-For Sale, by tender, in seven Lots, 24,000 Larch, Spruce, and Scotch Poles of good size.—For detailed particulars apply to James Grant, Land Agent, Llanidloes. 422p ALLPAPERS 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 T YPE -WRITING.-Type- writing promptly and efficiently executed at reasonable prices. Ap- ply—"X," c/o "Brecon and Radnor Express," Brecon. WANTED, good healthy, young milking goat.' Apply-619, "Express" Office, Brecon. WANTED, good sheep dog, work mountain, must be silent, full particulars, week's trial.—Lewis, Sofrydd Farm, Crumlin, Mon. 461p £1 000 GUARANTEE. Tailor's Woollen c-P?±I tUUU Clips, 8d per lb.; Lead, 23/- per cwt.; Brass, 6!d per lb.; Copper, 7!d 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 lb. Anything puroha«td.—Thomas Horton, Mert'hyr. 126p POULTRY. IT isn't the number of chicks hatched out, but the number that attain healthy maturity that counts. Get the ration right. Use Victoria Chicken meal-the proved food. It is made by Spillers and Bakers, Ltd., and tested by them on a 28 acre utility farm against every other food ex. isting. Ask these experts any question you like about rearing and you will get a sane, simple and helpful reply without charge or obligation. Ask your Dealer for Victoria Chicken Meal and send your queries to Spillers and Bakers, Ltd., Enquiry Department, Cardiff. 604 NEW LAID EGGS.—Wanted regular supplies of New Laid Eggs, must be reliable, top market price, any quantity, boxes and labels found and cash per return.—H. Marsden, Wel- lington Road, Handsworth. 406p pEDIGREE EGGS for Sitting.—White Wyan- doMes 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. 531 TTENS which don't lay don't pay. Karswood poultry spice ensures eggs. Try a sample, 2d, 6d, 1/- packets.—Williams, Chemist, Llan- wrtyd Wells. 457p MISCELLANEOUS. copy of order received.—"Esher, Surrey. Dear Sir.—I am enclosing 10/- please send on 5 bottles of Footrot Lotion at your earliest.—R. Howard." Peace Jones's Footrot Lotion is in 1 and 2/- bottles, only from Coltman, Cash Chemist, Builth Wells. IF you suffer from Cold in the Head, Nasal Catarrh or Influenza you should use "NOSTRO- LIKE." 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, Bristol. Sold by :—Walter Gwillim, M.P.S., Medicai 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 Chemists elsewhere. 188 ARTIFICIAL Legs, Arms, Hands; Crutches, Leg Irons, Deformity Boots, Trusses, Steel-less Easifit Trusses. Lady Attendant. Ladies' Belts, Belt-Corsets, Fustic Stockings, etc.-Allen Pearce, 23, Charles Street, Cardiff. Tel. 1282. List Free. 189 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. PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. TiyHAT do YOU want?—The more you want the better-IF you know how to get it. Some know, some don't know; but all CAN know. WOULD YOU LIKE TO KNOW? If so, write for GOULD'S "Pocket Tutor on Astro-Yibration." This puts you right in touch with nature's sec- rets, and enables you to realise success in busi- ness, happiness in love and wedlock, perfect health, etc. The key to attainment, study and character culture. 1/- P.O.—The Institute of Vibration, 73, Heathfield Road, Cardiff. 337p I fl \ISy- GOVERNESS CARS GOVERNESS I CARS Rubber Tyres, the lightest and most up-to-date on the market, also smart Ralli Traps, 24 new for sale. imtnediate delivery; I sent any distance in crates hundreds of plaa- ) sed customers testimonials received daily 50 years' reputation; low cash prices; inspection. I —Avery's Carriage Works, Dock Street, New- I port, Mon. 1968p i AUCTION APPOINTMENTS. | ￼ Mess.u_!l!er, Powell & Co. (F.A.I.) April 4tb. Annual Bull Show and Sale, at the Cattle Market, lirecon. April loth. (-IraE-,s Letting at Talachddu Rectory. April Ilth.-Sale of Farm Stock and Implements at r Penstar, Libanus, Brecon. April 13th.—Annual Grass Letting and Sale of Ewes and Lambs, at Penmaes, Llanfillo. April 15th.—Annual Grass Letting at hIaesllwydart. Sennybridg April 17th.- Annual wrass Letting atCwmwysg Ucha, Sennybridge. April 18th.—Sale of Farming Stock and Grass Letting at the Lodge Farm, Talgarth. April 19th.—Annual Grass Letting at Abercar. Senny- bridge. April 25th.- Annual Grass Letting at Tycan 5l. Llan- filo. March 30th.—Sale of Household Furniture at Heol Senny. April —.—Sale of Implements and Grass Letting a I Cwmbrynich. Sennybridge, THE ANNUAL BULL SHOW & SALE will be held at THE CATTLE MARKET, BRECON, On Tuesday, April 4th, 1916, when prizes will be given as follows — For the best bull calved on or after 1st Jan- uary, 1915.—1st, prize, X2 2s; 2nd prize, el Is. For the best bull calved previous to the let January, 1915.—1st prize, R2 2s.; 2nd prize. XI is. EW- All entries with entrance fee 1/ must be sent to the Auctioneers by the 30th March, and all bulls must be bona fide sold or the prizes will be given to the next in order of merit. All bulls will be required at the market at 9.45 a.m. Judging to commence at 10.15 a.m. b607 — — Talachddu Rectory. IMPORTANT GRASS LETTING. THE whole of the excellent MEADOW and x PASTUBE LAND will bf Let by Public Auction on MONDAY, APRIL 10th, 1916. Further particulars in next week's issue. Messrs. MILLER, POWELL & Co., I 632b Auctioneers. Iilwyneelyn Pack. Otherwise known as PENSTAR, Libanus. SALE OF LIVE & DEAD FARMING STOCK. MESSRS. MILLER, POWELL & Co. have received instructions frotn Mr Ebenezer j Hopkins to Sell by Public Auction at the above t place, on TUESDAY, APRIL llth, 1916, I the whole of the STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, &c., as follows :— ) Horses.—A grand shire mare rising 4 years old I in foal (insured) and an excellent worker, aged mare. I Cattle.—6 Hereford cows and heifers in calf, 1 cross-bred heifer in calf, 2 grand red shorthorn yearling heifers, 4 Hereford calveF) 3 shorthorn calves. Sheep.-37 Radnor and cross-Radnor ewes and lambs, 26 Welsh ewes and lambs, 1 ram. j Pigs.—Sow with nine pigs (11 'Weeks' old). [ Implements.—Cart and gambo equal to new, mowing machine, milker, chaficutter, roll, 2 ploughing harrows, scuffler, moote, iturnip cutter, sheep rack, wheel-ibarrow, grindstone, pigs' trough, &c., &c. Harne,ss.-I set long gearing, 2 sets shafts, do., G.O., do., 3 collars, 2 bridles, &c., &c., also a Wooden Cheese Press. I Luncheon at 12 o'clock. Sale to commence at 2 o'clock sharp. I Three months' credit on approved security for sums above X5, or the usual discount for cash. CaStle S'treett, Brecon, March 29th, 1916. 634b Penmaes, Llanfillo, THE annual Letting of 200 Acre *of excellent MEADOW and PASTURIE"LA-N',D -will fake place on THURSDAY, APRIL 13t}j; 1916, when there will also be sold a number of EWDS and LAMBS. Luncheon at 12.30. Sale to commence at 2 o'clock. Three months' credit on approved security for sums above zClO. 'Messrs. MILLER, POWELL & Co.. 633b Auctioneers. Preliminary. Upper Pendre, Llangorse. 'THURSDAY, 13th APRIL 191(5. SALE of Hereford Cattle,. eross-!I)n d -and Lambs, 1 Cart Gelding, alalr. the Letting of about 100 Acres of good Clover Meadow and Pasture Land.. Further particulars next week. Messrs. DAVID & W. J. PRICE Auctioneers. bŒ35 '4 WANTED.-Your esteemed orders for wedding and mourning cards, new -afid up-to-date books for selection. Personal add visiting cards— a speciality. Apply-Manager, "Express" Offices, I AUCTION APPOINTMENTS. Messrs. David & W. J. Price. (late D. Price and Williams.) Tuesday. April|4th—Sale of Fat Cattle, etc., at Cattle I Market, Brecon. Tuesday, April 4th-Vennyfach Grass Letting Sale. April5th-Sale of Househol,l Furniture &c., at Brecon. Thursday April 6th.-Bolgoed Annual Grass Sale. Saturday April Sth.-Aberyskir Annul Grass Sale, Tuesday April ii.-Scethrog Annual Grass Sale. Thursday 13th.-Pendre, Llangorse, Sale of Stock and Grass. I Saturday April 15th.—Oaklands Annual Grass Sale. Tuesday April 18th —Letting of Grass for W. F. Parry de Winton Esq. I Wednesday April 19th.-Plas Annual Grass Sale. Thursday April 20th —Pytindu Annual Grass Sale.' Saturday April 2?nd.—Llwynllwyd Grass Sale. Saturday, April 29th-Sale of Live Stock, Implements, etc. Also Grass Letting at Penslade, Llangorse. Friday May 5th.- Tygwyn, Glascwm, Annual Grass Sale. r Vennyfaeh, Near Breeon. IMPORTANT GRASS LETTING SALE. 9 I MESSRS. DAVID AND W. J. PRICE are [ j XYJ- honoured with instructions from Dr. G. P. Francis, to Let by Public Auction, on TUESDAY, APRIL 4th, 1916, about 150. Acres of Rich Meadow and Pasture Land from the day of Sale to the 1st of March, 1917, subject to conditions of Sale. Note.—The land has been kept up early in the winter and the'prospects are that there will be good keep for cattle early in April. There will be a, man to look after stpck. Water in every field or convenient thereto. Luncheon at 1. Sale at 2.30. Three months' credit on sums above CIO, or us- ual discount for cash b553 Parish Hall, Brecon. Important Sale of Vailuaible Antique and Modern FURNITURE, GLASS, CHINA, and other Effects. TMlEiSlSRS. DAVID AND W. J. PRICE i- J- have been favoured with instructions from the Executor of the late Miss E. Bishop, and others, to Sell by Public Auction, on a WEDNESDAY, 5th APRIL, 1916, as follows I Two very fine Mahogany Dining Tables with two insertions, 6ft. Mahogany Wardrobe, Hand- some Bbonized Mahogany Sideboard, Maliogany Writing Table (9 drawers), Carved Oak Ward- robe, Gilt Frame Mirror, 1 Long Fancy Hand- worked Footstool, Settee, Piano (Collard and Col- lard), 6 Leather covered Dining Room Chairs, Piano Stool, Couch, Walnut Music Stand, Fine 8-day Grandfather's Clock in beautiful case, Oak Corner Cupboard with glazed doors, Mahogany Roll-top Secretaire Bookcase, Rare Old 8-day Burr Walnut Grandfather's Clock (Brass Arched Dial). Mahogany Ladies' Writing Table, Marble Top Hall Table, 4 Cases Stuffed Birds, Foster's "Victoria" Circular Knitter (3 cylinders) and &c- cessories. Fine Oak Hall Chairs, Umbrella Stand, Mahogany Chiffonier, Easy Chairs, Fold- ing Chairs, Cane-seated Bedroom Chairs, Linen Press, iCopper Preserving Pan, 1 Set three fine Plated Dish Covers, 2 Corinthian Pillar Shef- field Plaited Candlesticks, 1 pair small square ditto, Brass Candlesticks, 1 Quart Thermos Fla-sk (perfect condition), Kltcben ,and other Tables, Oak Kitchen Chairs, Meat Safes, Step-ladder, Gent."s Wardrobe, 1 ditto Mahogany Dressing TaJble, Washstands, Mahogany Framed Swing Mirrors. Iron and Brass Bedsteads, Feather Beds and Pillows, Mattresses, Bedroom Ware, 2 Mahogany Commodes, 2 ditto Chest of Drawers, Cut and dther Glass, Cutlery, China, Ware, Cullinary Utensil's, &c., &c. U Sa'le to commence at 2 p.m. prompt. Terms—Cash. b623 Bolgoed, Llanspyddid. (Two Miles from Brecon). GRASS LETTING. jV/TESSRS. DAVID AND W. J. PRICE have received instructions from Colonel S. W. Morgan, to Let by Public Auction, on THURSDAY, APRIL the 6th, 1916, 115 Acres of Rich Meadow and Pasture Land from the day of Sale* to the 25th day of March, 1917, subject to Conditions of Sale. LOT. A. R. P. 1. Padi 10 3 8 2. Caepwlldran I 5 2 0 3. Caeffynon 4 0 0 4. Cae Canol 7 0 24 5. Cae Pant 5 2 37 6. Cae Shop Gof 5 1 2 7. Lower Ynis 6 2 28 8. Upper Ynis 7 0 12 9. Cae Nicklwvn 6 1 12 10. Cae Bont 5 1 0 11. Waenffynon 7 3 0 12. Cae Veal 6 2 0 13. Cae Dan Stable 3 1 20 14. Cae Garw 7 2 0 15. Cae Dery 6 1 15 16. Cae Banal. 5 0 0 17. Cae Derrwyn 6 1 15 18. Cae Cenol Ishaf 6 0 0 Luncheon at 12.30 p.m. Sale at 2 p.m. N.B.—Man to look safter Stock. Water in every field or convenient thereto. Three Months' Credit on Sums .above XIO, or the usual Discount for Cash. Further Conditions at time of Sale. ib610 Aberyskir Court. Three Miles from Brecon, about One Mile from the Cradoc and Aberbran Stations, on the Neath and Brecon Railway. Letting of about 230 Acres of MEADOW AND PASTURE LAND from day of Sale to 25th March, 1917 (subject to Conditions of Sale). jtlTEi&SBS. DAVID AND W. J. PRICE are honoured with instructions from W. R. Jones, Esq., to conduct his Annual Sale ,on SATURDAY, APRIL 8th, 1916. Luncheon at 12. Grass Letting at 2. Six Months' Credit on approved bills on all sums above RIO. Water in every field and man to look after stock. 6, Bulwark, Brecon. b611 Preliminary. SCETHROG ANNUAL GRASS LETTING SALE. Mf Tuesday, April 11, 1916 (Talybont Fair Day). WHEN about 140 acres of Rich Meadow and Pasture Land will be let from day of Sale to the 25th- March, 1917. Further particulars will appear next week. MESSRS. DAVID AND W. J. PRICE, Auctioneers, &c. b609 FOR SALE BY TENDER. 260 Scdtch, Spruce and Ash Poles from 2, to 110 inches qr. girth, suitable for pit props, on Brinhdllin Farm, Upper Chapel, on side of main road from Brecon to Builth. Mr James, the ewner, will Show the (wood or lot). Tenders to be sent to T. Bevan, Lower Chapel, Brecon, on or before April 21st, 1916. N.B.—The highest or any tender will not ne- cessarily be accepted. b360 P. E. G NE Trapnell) LTD. THE CARDIFF FURNISHERS & DECORATORS. FURNITURE, CARPETS, = LINOLEUMS. | BEDSTEADS & BEDDING. All the latest Creatións in CURTAIN FABRICS, tiplfeS WALL PAPERS, COVERINGS. PAINTERS, DECORATORS, I AND I ————————————— Example of our unrivalled value. This PAPERHANGERS. beautiful Inlaid Mahogany Cabinet S — ———————————————— ^7 7s. Od. I Wrt? Ci? C???M?. R .f ￼ Write for Catalogue. C? .arr!?? Paid to nearest Railway Station. I 38 & 41, Queen Street, CARDIFF. I AUCTION APPOINTMENTS. Mr. Francis George Price. 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. April 22nd.-Sale of Grass at Blaenia Farm. Talgarth. Plough Inn, Llanstephan. (II miles from Boughrood Station.) IMPORTANT AND ATTRACTIVE SALE OF LIVE AND DEAD FARMING STOCK, FURNITURE, &c. JV/TR. FRANCIS GEO. PRICE is favoured with instructions from Mrs Jones (who is retir- ing) to Sell by Auction on THURSDAY, APRIL 6th, 1916. Sheep 22 two-year-old Cross Radnor and Chev- iot Ewes in yean, Yearling Ram. Cattle Dairy Cow due to calve April 28th, two- year-old Heifer in calf. Horses 5 year old Pony in foai. Pigs 2 Store Pigs. Implements Market Trap, Small Tip Gambo, Spring Gambo (new), Chain Harrows, Wheel- barrow, Scythe and Snead, quantity of Sacks, Chaff Cutter, Small Tools, New Wooden Pig Trough, 2 Iron Ditto, Wire Netting, Heel Rake, Old Iron, Cow Ties, 1 Ladder about 32 rounds, 1 do., 20 rounds, 2 Short Ladders, Grose-Cut Saw, 2-ton Pails, Mashing Tub, Grindstone, etc., Set of rap Harness, Cart Saddle, Breeching and Hames, Collars and Bridles. Furniture: Oak Settle, Oak Chest, Oak Dres- ser, Laa-ge Oak Table, Round do., Three Corner Oak Cupboard, Kitchen Chairs, Iron Bedstead, Steelyards, etc., together with the Dairy Uten- sils. TERMS :—Three months' credit on sums above £ 5, or usual discount for Cash. Sale at 2 prompt. The Cottage, Talgarth, Mardh 16th, 1916.. b617 Messrs. Jackson & McCartney. HEREFORD AND CRAVER ARMS GREAT SPRING SALES OF I 500 HORSES CRAVEN ARMS, SATURDAY NEXT, APRIL j• 1st, 1916. HEREFORD, SATURDAY, 15th APRIL, 1916 £ 120 IN PRIZES j for Horses of all Classes, Entry forms and prize schedules upon application. JACKSON & McCARTNEY, b591 Auctioneers, Craven Arms and Hereford. CHEAP AND GOOD! HANDLEY'S Pure Farmhouse Flour Only 47/6 per 2801b. Carriage Paid 25 miles. (6d. a sack extra over'25 miles, cash). SEED VHE^T, OATS, BARLEY in Variety. CLOVER and GRASS SEEDS Tested by Experts. Certificates can be seen. To use our Seed is NO experiment. Quality —Second to None. Why pay fancy prices when you can get Maximum Quality at Minimum Price at home. A. Handley & Sons MILLERS & CORN MERCHANTS, Bulla wnS, reader & Erwood. SHIPPING NOTICES. ￼ Li LUXURIOUS MAIL STEAMERS. Regular Service from Liverpool PAST METAGAMA Fri., Apl. 7 TJUTUWMJTU t MISSANABIE Fir., April 28 LINE Unsurpassed Accommodation for all to classes. Moderate Fares. Special Tours C! AD arranged. Lowest rates quoted for al A Freight and Passage. A j ply for 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, It to 2 ft. and 2l to 3! ft. Scotch, li 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, Hr Builth, Breconshire br28 TO ECONOMISE AND SAVE. Make one ton of coal last where 30 cwt were consumed for domestic purposes by sub- stituting —— "BARGOED" SELECTE D 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 fn Brecon to get any of these three Coals BRECONSHIRE COAL AND LIME OFFICE. (NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE, BREOON). N.B.—Truck loads, 4 tons and upwards, sent to any outside station. HOTEL GWALIA, Upper WobnrnPlace, London, I.C. 130 Rooms luxuriously furnished, Building, Electric Light to all JW? > Centrally situated, close to Euston Station. Is. 6d. cab fare from Pad ding to" t0 Ho¡.. d Tariff; Bed, Breakfast Bath. and Attend anca. 5s. each pewon. Telegraphic Address: "Gwali11wl,. London. Telephone: 5010 & 5011, Gity. JOHN M. JENKINS, Manager. II IIIIII !■ ■—11 mil* i..im in i mmm If John A. Evans, AGRICULTURAL AND GEHKHiL iOCTIOHEER AID YiLDKR. I Delapidation and Tenant Right Valuer. Sales by Auction or Private Treaty of all kinds of Property, Timber, Furniture, Farm- ing Stock, Grass Cettings, &c. Special. terms to members of Farmers' Union. Prompt Settlements. Auction Offices: Ysciog and Cattle Market, Bantu. blo8
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