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IVOR S. WILLIAMS, The Ironmonger, BUILTH WELLS. JUST TO HAND CONAX COAL SAVERS, is. 4d. New Stock of Petrol for Gas Lighting Apparatus. Call in and Inspec the Latest Dianna Cream Separator, 85 gallons per li ir, £6 8s, Od
HIRWAIN. I Mount Pleasant Church opened their "War-saving" with a contribution of t:16 4s 6d. Admiral Beattv's father was at one time a frequent visitor to Hirwain, coming to Major Powell, Tynewydd Farm, to train hor- for the steeple-chases. Ramoth (B) has had a successful competitive meet- ing and Sunday school examination. Adjudicators: Literature. Rev. M. P. Moses: music, Mr Ben Thomas, Brecon Road. Two lectures have been delivered lately to the Hor- ticultural Society, the second one last Saturday. Mr Gerrish, Aberdare, head-gardener of the late Lord Mer- thvr, delivered a lecture on "The culture of the soiL" and Mr David Williams on "The potato problem." Both were highly instructive.
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SEVEN SISTERS. I Howell Williams (Collier. St. Mary's Street), charged I at Neath with stealing an overcoat, value 29/11 from the I shop of Messrs M. Morgan and Co., clothiers, was fined C3. inclusive.
ABERYSKIR. I We regret to record the death of the infant child of Mr and Mrs. Williams, Cilrydd, who after a brief illness, died on Thursday. The funeral took place on the following Saturday. The place of interment being Aberyscir Churchyard. A short service was conducted at the house by the Rev. W .)1. Saer, who also officiated at the Chapel and at the grave. Mrs L. James also took part in the service at the chapel, and suitable hymns were sung. The four young girls who acted as bearers were Misses E. Price, The Bridge. M. Morris. Cwmgwengae, E. Price, Werngof, and M. J. Amos, Pontfaen. The chief mourners were the father and mother, brother and sister, Mr and Mrs F. Lloyd, Pen- celly (uncle and aunt). Mr D. Williams, Pentwyn, Gwenddwr (uncle), and Mis; Lloyd, Vicarage, Merthyr Cvnog (aunt). Mr J. Powell, Aberyscir. was the under- taker. The sincere sympathy of their friends is ex- tended to the family in their sorrow.
BWLCH. I The quarterly meeting cf the Crickhowell and Dis- trict Free Church Council was held at Bwlch C.M. Church on Wednesday. The vice-president (Rev. E. H. Merchant;, presided. After a long and interesting agenda, the members were entertained to tea in the Vestrj", where Mrs Fitton.and others attended at the table. A vote of thanks was proposed, to which Mr-. Merchant responded. At the tea and in the Council reference was made bv several members to the forth- coming departure of Mr and Mrs Merchant to Tenby. These reference., were very heart-felt, and Mr Merchant in responding said that it would he difficult to form such friendships as he had known since his coming to the dis- trict. In the evening the Rev. D. Lloyd, of Cwmrhos, preached an exceedingly striking: sermon.
YSTALYFERA. I Able Seaman D. L. Ree, (son of Mr Dd. Rees, Pwll- bach) is home on leave from Chatham. Pte. T. Morgan (Royal Welsh Fusiliers) who had been in France for twelve months, visited his home at Hel Felin, Gurnos, last week. Mr Sydney Griffiths (son of Mr and Mrs John Grif- fiths, Gough* Road), was informed of his success at the mining examinations of Swansea Technical College in August. Mr Griffiths passed in the three subjects- mechanical engineering, mining, and mining engineering.
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I 'BEULAH. I Pte. W .Price (son of Mr and Mrs Price, Pencen- lan) has just been home on ten days' leave. Two sons of Mr J. Morgan (Gwarddolau) are now in hospital-Pte. A. Morgan, who is suffering from rheu. matisrn and the other, Pte. Llewelyn Morgan, suffering from tonsilitis.
I ABERCRAYE. I Rev. T. E. Nicholas (Glais) preached at Bryn-seion on Sunday and lectured in the schools on Monday. Mr Thomas Watkinl^Moelfryn) is to he congratulated on the results obtained by his students at the Mining Examination (practical and experimental). The Rev. C .J. Pipe, pastor of Nantyffin nnd Noddfa Baptist Churches, Abercrave, Swansea Valley, has ac- cepted a unanimous invitation to Tylagwyn. Cwmgarw. Mr Pipe has spent 17 years at Abercrave.
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BUILTH WELLS. I Exceptional Value in Loose Tea-s.-Davies Bros. No profiteciri-n,-always good value at Wyles'. Morris's for finest Scotch and Canadian Oat- meal. We regret to state that Mr Hughes, Bryndunod Farm. Rhosferig, passed away, after a long illness, early on Tuesday. Advertisements, notices of meetings, news-items, etc., for the "Express" should be sent to Mr G. E. Sayce, Fern Lea, Builth Wells. Large hlcck, of ice have been seen floating down the river Wye during the last two or three days-a sight that has not been witnessed for many years. Second-Lieutenant Morris Evans (Machine Gun Corps), .-on of Inspector Evans, late of Builth, has been pro- moted to first Lieutenant on field and recommended for military cross. Arrangements have already been made here to give effect to wcrk under the National Service Scheme, and a fairlv large number have already registered at the Post Office. J. Vaughan Jones & Co., of Llandrindod Wells, have a splendid selection of Goods at much below present ruling prices. 934 Among local soldiers home on leave this week are Air-Mechanic R. Sparkes (Royal Flying Corps), Pte. Llew. Hamer (Army Service Corps), and Pte. T. Smith (Brecon Road). Shopkeepers and Innkeepers supplied at whole- sale prices. Franklyn 7/1, Player's Cigarettes '2/8, England's Glory Matches 6/5?, and ?1 other lines at makers' lowest prices.—Howard Lewis. The subject of a lantern-lecture at the Church Hall on Tuesday was "This World-Wide War." It was fol- lowed by a performance, "That Piece of Silk," by mem- ber- of the G.F. Society. Proceeds were for the Church Hall funds. At the police court, on Monday, before Mr C. W. Woosnam (chairman), Dr. Black Jones and Mr Thomas Williams, Mrs Whislay. King's Street, was fined 10/ inclusive, for supplying groceries during prohibited hours, viz., 10.30 p.m. P.s. George Davies proved the case. The weekly meeting of Horeb Christian Endeavour was held on Thursday evening in last week, and was led by Miss Barbrice Beynon. Master Horton Beynon read a paper entitled :Tempted and Tried." A solo was rendered by Master E. Davies and Miss Beatrice Beynon presided at the organ. An engagement is announced between Rev. Gerard Leigh Bourdillon (acting chaplain of the Royal Navy and only son of the late Rev. Gerard Bourdillon and of Mrs Bourdillon. Spring Hill House, Nailsworth) and Cara Phyllis (third daughter of the late Commander Algernon Evan-Thomas, R.N., of Cae-rwnon, Builth Wells). We regret to record the death of Mr J. R. James, cashier at the National Provincial Bank, Builth Wells, which took place on Saturday last, after a few days illne". Deceased was the last surviving son of Mr D. James. late corn and flour merchant, Lampeter, and was in his 43rd year. The funeral took place at St. Peter's Church. Lampeter, on Wednesday week. Mr Roger Evans (chairman) presided at a meeting of the Rural Tribunal on Tuesday. Others present were Messrs. J. Jones, Hope, J. Jones (Llwyncus), Rees Jones Tvnffoes). David Davies (Poityn), Roger Powell (Erwhir), David Davies (Brvnhaul). T. Pugh (Wernfawr) and W. W. Lennard (clerk). Mr C. W. Woosnam represented the military authorities and Mr O. Samuel the Board of Agriculture). Several cases were dealt with, and a re- port of the proceedings will appear next week. A committee meeting in connection with the Builth and Radnor DMrict Shire Horse Society was held at the I' Swan Hotel, on Monday. Mr Ben Davies presided, and others present were Messrs. Thomas Davies (Vronolau), George Wehb (Cilmery Farm), John Thomas (Pengarth), Isaac Thomas (Caerau), C. Vaughan Weale (Llansant- fraed), Evan Williams (Dolinwydd), J. P. Williams (Cefnilan) and J. S. Davies (secretary). A vote of con- dolence was passed with the family of the late Mr David Williams (Llawrllan. Erwood). Deceased had been an active member of the committee since the foundation of the society, and his death was a loss to agriculture. His son, Mr David Williams, was elected to fill the vacancy. Xomination fees for the coming season were discussed and arranged. The staff of Brecon district (representing the Pru- dential Assurance Company, Ltd.) met at the Lion Hotel recently, Inspector W. Hunt presiding. Dinner was served, and. subsequently, speeches were made by Inspector Hunt. Mr Lambert (superintendent), Mr E. Price (Rhavader), Mr H. Arthur (Rhayader), Mr W. S. Williams (Hav). and Mrs Lambert and Mr L. Taylor (assistant-supt.) Mr W. S. Williams (Hay) won the marble time-piece in the ordinary branch, and Mr C. H. Williams (Llandrindod), the second—a lady's gold bangle. Mr W. S. Williams was also successful in winning the prize (a lady's gold bangle) for combined re- sults in both branches. A consolation prize was pre- sented to Miss Xewell (collector, Talgarth) for her very satisfactory results in both branches. Llandrindod section was congratulated on its fourth position on the Inspector's honours list for the whole of Wales for in- creased business in the industrial branch during 1916. The remains of Gwendoline Joyce Pugh, the infant child of Mr and Mrs Mathew Pugh, 26, Oaklands, Builth I' Wells, were laid to rest at Llanddewi'r-cwm Churchyard on Wednesday in last week. Before removing the body from the house the Rev. F. Johns conducted a brief service at the house. The mourners were Mr and Mrs Pugh (father and mother), the Misses Maud and Eunice Pugh (sisters), Mr Thomas Hope, Court Spoil, Mr and Mr- John Hope, Newfoundwell, Mr Walter Hope, Mona Cottage, Mr T. James, Oaklands, Mrs W. Vest, Oak- lands and Mrs Hughes, Oaklands. The service in church I' and at the grave side was conducted by the Rev. D. Hughes Richards. The bearers were Masters Moore, Gough. Archie Clarke, John Vest and Vaughan Hope. The inscription on the coffin was: "Gwendoline Joyce Hope .died 10th February. 1917. aged 16 months." The undertaker was Mr Walter J. Lewis, Builth Wells.
I LLYSWEN. I Pte. Roger Pugh (R.W.F.) is home on furlough. He j I ha.s he-en invalided from Imperial Service abroad.
RHAYADER. Mrs Davies. the beloved wife of Mr Samuel Davies, Alma Cottage, and for many years master of the Union, passed away after a short severe illness on Wednesday, at the age of 76. More particulars given next week. A good deal of stir was created in the town on Fri- day. when a long military train of 8 large coaches arrived at the station, when it was discovered that they were full of German prisoners on their way to Talybont. ) The mortal remains of one of the old inhabitant of Cwrndauddwr were brought home to be interred last Wednesday. They were those of the late Mrs Meredith, of Elan Valley and Cwmdauddwr Village. For some years she had been living in the Swansea Valley. She was huried in Cwmdauddwr churchyard, the' Rev. W. Gabe officiating. At Llanwrthwl on Thursday a very successful con- cert was held at the Congregational Chapel, which was crowded. Mr B. P. Lewis, J.P., C.C., presided. An ex- cellent programme of songs, duets and quartettes and part choruses were performed by a band of good music- ians from Builth, viz., Mrs Hughes, Miss Edwards, Mr J. Protheroe, Mr J. Eadie, Mr W. Weatherley, Mr E. i Weatherley. Mr J. S. Davies. A pianoforte solo by Miss Eunice Jones, The Manse. The accompanist was Miss G. Llewela Jones, A.L.C.M., Rhayader, who also played a solo on the piano. )
KNIGHTON. ) Three young persons were baptised at Victoria Road Church on Sunday evening in the presence of a large congregation. The rite was administered by the Rev. T. R. Broad, pastor, who also delivered an impressive sermon to the young. At the annual meeting in connection with Victoria Road Baptist Church, held on Monday, a vote of sym- pathy was accorded to Mrs Lewis (High Street), her son and other relatives bereaved by the passing of the late Mr W. Lewis. The resolution was moved by Mr D. Rogers, and carried in silence, the congregation stand- ing. Sir Francis Edwards, M.P.. and Mr J. Blower, chair- man of the Urban -Council, gave brief addresses on the War Saving Certificate Scheme, at the Cinema on Mon- day evening. The addresses were attentively listened to, and Sir Francis afterwards thanked the manage- ment for their courtesy in affording them the opportun- ity of speaking on the subject. A well-attended meeting of the Knighton Wesley Guild took place on Tuesday evening in the School- room, when Miss Wall conducted a competition for the greatest number of correct solutions of emigratical il- lustrations representing the names of towns in the war zone musical programme was also given, which in- cluded songs by Miss D. Prince, Miss D. Oldbury, Miss Gwen Felton, Messrs. J. Davies and P. Felton.
HAY. 1 Lane, Peterchurch, for Warm Winter Olothing, etc. 416 Pte. A. Jones (formerly of the Crown Hotel) is now a prisoner of war in Germany. Captain P. Drummond, R.A.M.C., has just been here on a few days' furlough from France. Sergt. H. Davies. S.W.B. (Dulais TerraCe), who has been ill France some time, is now in hospital. Driver W. Thomas R,F.A. (Pavement) is leaving for France in a few days' time. Pte. J. Evans, S.W.B. (son of Pte. R. Evans, Breck- nocks, and of Mrs Evans, Toplin's Row) is in hospital. Rev. B. W. Ricketts preached at the Parish Church on Ash Wednesday. A successful whist-drive was held at the Parish Hall. on Tuesday evening. Pte. T. Parry (Brecknocks and son of Mrs Parry. Hereford Road) has been home on a brief holiday. Pte. E. Jones (The Nelson), who has been wounded, is J now in a French hospital. Sergt. R. Harding was home on furlough, prior to leaving for France, a few days ago. Pte. D. H. Howie (High Town) is down with malaria fever in a Maltese hospital. Sergt. W. Stephens and Pte. Hyla Jones have been wounded on active service in France. Pte. II Tones; (Little Tvlau), Pte. F. Adams (Heoly- dwr) and Lance-Corpl. W. Lewis (Brecon Road) arc now on service in France. Pte. T Stephen- (High- Town), after serving several months in France? has just had a brief holiday at his old home. The death has occurred of the oldest inhabitant of Clifford, viz., Mr John Jones, Oak Cottage, Priory Wood, at the age of Si. At Hay Rural Parish meeting, a precept for £6 was issued upon the overseers to meet ordinary expeifc s. Discussion centred on the clerk's salary, and an arrange- ment was agreed upon. Mrs Luck Layton (Bear Street), who passed away recently, had four sons in the Army and one of them, Corpl. W Layton, K.S.L.I., won two decorations, the M.M. and D.C.M. The annual entertainment of the Baptist Church was held on Tuesday evening. Mr John Davies, J.P., pre- sided, and Miss K. Kedwards was the accompanist. The programme included numerous vocal and instrumental items. BS efore \Ie=^rs. J. Williams-Vaughan (chairman), E. Bu? J MW, Dd. Morgan Mnd E. George at the ?sessions tn Monday, Rufus Williams, Tregoyd, footman, plleaded ^1^ .^Harold bicycle proved properl3 lighted lamps. P.c. Harold Jones proved the case, and a fine of 10/ inclusive, was imposed. The attention of our readers is called to the adver- tisiement in our advt. columns of the Hav Auction Mart, which Mr T. J. Phillips, auctioneer, is starting on March 8th, and it is hoped that farmers and others will give the movement every support. Supt. S Jones, reporting to the licensing justices of the local division, stated that 8 persons were convicted ?? drunkenness during 1916. Only three were resident in the district, and two licensees were convicted for sup- ulvin" during prohibited hours. The remainder of the houses were "fairly well conducted, and there was an average of 145 persons to each licence. In connection with the Church Missionary Society, special senices have just been held at St. Mary', Church, Cusop. Ser-ons were preached bv the Rev. ￼ also arranged a special children's The rev. gentleman, before leaving the dis- trict lectured to an appreciative audience on "Life in India The interesting lecture was rendered all the more graphic by the exhibition of Unteni views. The proceeds were in aid of the society & funds.
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LLANWRTYD WELLS. LLANWRTYD WELLS.. Pte. Tom Thomas paid a visit home during last weeK- end, and looked fit and well. Mr T. Hale (Pantycelyn) left la.st week for Brecon to join the colours. Tr.-Major Hope and Cpl. S. Jones spent a few days home on leave here last week. Pte. Glyn Blythe (Esgairmoel-ganol) was appointed lance-corporal at the front. I Pte. Clement Price (Royal Flying Corps), son of Coun- cillor Evan Price, Gwalia House, is now out in Fiance. Pte. J. Williams (Welsh Regiment), son of Mr W. Williams, The Station, was home on leave from the front last week. Mr John Powell, platelayer on the L.N.W. Railway at Sugar Loaf has volunteered to go to France for a few months, and his many friends wish him every success. For the Latest in Millinery, see Saunders Mor- gan's. Special attention given to Moramng orders. Renoviations equal to new. 830/215 Sergt. W. J. Williams, son of Mr and Mrs W. Wil- liams, Station Villa, who had been home on ten dajs leave from the Somme Front, returned to Irance last Sunday. Good luck and a safe return is the wish of all Llanwrtydites. We were glad to see amongst us again Sergeants Tom Jones and Stewart Jones, sons of ex-Sergt W. Jones 1 PW-ant View). Sergt. T. Jones has been out in France 14 months, and has been invalided home. Their I' many friends extended them a most hearty welcome and wish them the best of luck and a speedy recovery.
I .—.-— I SUMMER RESORTS.
.—. — SUMMER RESORTS. AN ADVERTISING SCHEME. FEDERATION MOVEMENT. At the Llandrindod Wells Council on Friday the clerk read I long letter from Mr Brown, of Harrogate, secretary of the Joint Federation of British Spas, explaining the proposed joint scheme for adver- tising and co-operation. Mr Norton proposed that the council should, join the Joint Federation, saying there was no financial respon- sibility in-connection with the proposed Federation. He believed the Federation would develop into a big thing in the future, and he believed there would be imme- diate benefit to the town to be so closely associated with such important Spas as Harrogate, Bath and Buxton. They would get the same amount of publicity as their big rivals, and his view was that they should support this proposal very strongly. One concern in the town had ottered to subscribe one-quarter of the £100 required to become a partner in the proposed ad- vertising scheme. (Hear, hear.) Dr. Worthington seconded, and suggested that the, advertising scheme should be fully gone into at the earliest possible date. He went on to speak on the re- lative disadvantages of British and Continental Spas. and indicated ways by which the former could become more successful competitors, and he urged the import- ance of increased advertising. Mr Button strongly supported, and advocated the co. ordination of the three spas of the town, which, he said, j would be to the ultimate advantage of the town as a. j whole. Mr C. H. Williams also supported, and urged that the large hotels, which were likely to benefit most by the scheme, should "put their hands down." If the large hotels would assist, there ought to be no difficulty in raising the necessary £100. Mr Saunders suggested that the managers of the big hotels should he invited to attend the meeting, or that a public meeting should be held. The resolution was agreed to.
BRECON. I It i- imputed that. the total amount su'cribcd to the War Loan in Brecon was €300,000. HosriTAL FOR FOUNTAIN PESS.-A.nv make Pen quickly and cheaply repaired. -A. Hughes and Son, Stationers. 683 Rev. \1,yn G. Jones, LlauwrtJlwi A ill con- duet tilL services a.L Glamorgan Surety v. luix'ch on Sunday, February '25th. For COUGHS and COLDS, GWILLIM'S FAMOUS COUGH LIXCTUS is excellent; bottles, 1/3 each.—GWILLIM, CHEMIST, BRECON. 213/218 An eJoQuent address was delivered to a large congre- gation of men at St. Mary's Church on Sunday after- noon by Canon Wat-kin Jones, Vicar of Christ Church, Swansea. The Bishop of Swansea read the lèSon. WONDERFUL BARGAINS in NOTE PAPER aud ENVELOPES, and all kinds of Stationery.— KNIGHT. VIADUCT HOUSE, STRUET, BRECON. 851 Pte. Stephen Stubbs, son of Mr and .Mrs Stiubbs, The Lodge, Penlan, has just been invalided to Cardiff Ho". pital with frost-bitten hands. Pte Stubhs joined the Krecknoeks just after the outbreak of war hut is now attached to the Monmouth Regiment NOTICE.—Samuel Perry (late J. Perry Posting- Master, Brecon. Excellent Glass and covered Hearse. Carriages of every description. Reason- able Charges. All orders, left at 32. Watton, Brecon, promptly attended to. b584 Enemy to Health, Uric Acid, cleared by Back- ache Banishers, the Reliable Kidney Pill; certain results in Gravel, Lumbago; delay dangerous; post 1/3; sample free.-Reynolds, Chemist, Hir- wlin. 686p At the borough police court ,on Monday, before the Mayor (Coun. W. Williams), Messrs H. C. Rich and W. J. Nott, E. T. Davies, Pemvern, Llanspyddid, was sum- moned for driving a horse and trap without a rear light. Defendant's father appeared and admitted the offence, on behalf of his son, and s.tated that it was an accident. A fine; of 10, was imposed. Our readers will regret to hear of the deatu in Trance, of Mr Stanley Davies, son of Mr and Mrs W. Davies, 16, Watton, and late of Bailyhelig. He left for New Zealand about 4 years back, and after war broke out. joined cue of the New Zealand Regiments, and has been in France for about 9 months He was killed in action on Tuesday, February 13th. The Executive Committee of the Ureeonshire County Council, on Friday, decided to apply to the Board of Agriculture to put in force the Dogs Order of 1916, to prevent the worrying of cattle and sheep by dogs in the parish cf Perideryn. A letter was read from Mr T. J Jones (Ctfnordon Farm, Hirwain), stating that s<nc.? 1913 he had had about Mshe?pktHed by dogs worrying them, and other fannE"r had also suffered There wa, only one case for His Honour Judge Bryn Roberts to deat with at the County' Court or. Saturday. This wis an action in which Dr. G. P. Francis sued Mr E. Keane, St. John's Road, for €6 8s, amount alleged to be due for professional attendance 1912-13.—His Honour, without hearing the case, said it must stand adjourned in order that plaintiff should fite in court particulars of the account rendered. On Monday. 12th inst., at the Priory Church, a wed- ing was solemnised between Miss Ethel Elizabeth Pull- ing, daughter of Mr Charles Pulling, 7, Market Street, and Mr "William .Tames L-wis, son of Mrs Lewis, the Dardy, Llangattock. Rev. E. E. Davies officiated, and th- bride was given away by Mr W. Pulling, nephew of the bride. Mr Tom Pulling acted as best man, and Miss Harrh"y, Market Street, was bridesmaid. The honeymoon was -pent at Crickhowell. An excellent concert was given at Peno.\ re Red Cross Hospital on Tuesday evening. Mr Ewart WL, arranged the programme which was much enjoyed by the wound-, ed. The following took part:- Miss Gascoyne, Miss Lilian Jones. Mrs Wise, Mr Oscar Watkins, Mr Ewart Wise. Miss Lilv Jenkins, Mr Roy Parry, and Mr Harold El«t-on. The accompanists were Miss Gascoyne and Mrs Oscar Watkins. A hearty vote of thanks was accorded the party for their enjoyable entertainment;. BUY EARLY. Our new Season's Book of WALLPAPER PATTERNS, which contains a selection of the best designs by the leading makers, is now read. An c-arlv examination should be nurtuaHy beneficial. Our photo en- largements continue to give the utmost satis- faction for QUALITY ond PRICE They are unsurpassed. Note the old address—OSCAR WATKIN?. the Wallpaper Supply Stores, 13, N;-7,. STREET, BRECON. 729/233 e,i d 14, LIO- We r-gret to learn of the death in action on Tuesday of last week of Lieut. Frank Harrington Best, of the South Wales Borderers, son of Mr and Mr.- C. W. Best, Peobryn, Brecon. The gallant young officer. who was only 22 years of age, was a popular figure in Brecon. Af t—r leaving Christ College lie went to the Central Technical College for Engineering at the l mverslty College* of London, and passed tlie ;nter-examination for th^j B.Sc. of engineering in July, 1914. He was gazetted to the 1st Brecknocks on August 16tbfoas a second-lieutenant, and exactly four months later was promoted lieutenant. He went with his battalion to Ad,n. and was in the affair of Lahej, and afterwards volurtf-ered for service OIl another front. Th.- annual mi-eting, in connecteion with the Plough Church Band of Hope, was held in the Schoolroom on Friday evenin- A varkd programme, consisting of solas, duets, action songs, rcitation,, etc., was ar- ranged hy Mrs Williams and Miss Ferris, and rendered by the Band of Hope children. A large numher of the 80 members of the Band of Hope sustained the pro- gramme, which was an excellent one. The schoolroom was crowded, and the meeting was in every way a succrsss, and was much enjoyed by the children. A col- lection, to raise funds to provide the annual Band of Hipe tea, wa- made. Rev. P,. J. Williams, the president of the Band of Hope. made an excellent chairman. The accompanists were. Mis? Ferris and Miss Dorothy Owen. The last lecture of the present session of the Welsh Society was delivered on Thursday evening hy Mr Tom Pri, G. and L.T.S.C., Merthyr Tydfil. The president of the society. Prof. John Evans, occupied the chair. Mr Price lectured on three Welsh musicians, viz., Ambrose Lloyd, "Tanymarian." and "Gwitym Gwent," giving, besides an estimate of their work and services toO Welsh music, many personal reminiscences. Mr PricB is one of the best known of Wales' present com- posers and adjudicators, some of his pieces, for juvenile choirs especially, having been tests at every eistedd- fodic ecentre in the Principality. The best thanks of the meeting were given to the lecturer, on the proposit- ion of the Rev. D. J. Henry, B.A., seconded by Mr Rhys Jones. The funeral of Miss Mabel Gwenith Wyatt. daughter of Mr and Mrs ,f. Wyatt, Church Street, Llanfae,, whose death we recorded in our laat week's suc, took place on Wednesday last, the interment being at St. David's Churchyard. The funeral was a large one, be- ing attended by Mr G. Robinson (supt.) and teachers and scholars of Llanfap-, Wesleyan Sunday School and deceased's, associates and scholars of Llanfaes Council School. Rev. C. A. Harrie., (pastor of the Wesleyan Church) conducted ;L short service at the house, and also officiated at the graveside. The chief mourners were Mr and Mrs Wyatt (father and mother), Mrs Powell, Silver Street (sister). Misses Dolly and Betty Wyatt (sisters). Master Tom Wyatt (brother). Mrs Wyatt, Tylorstown (aunt). Miss M. A. Morgan, and Mr John Evans (uncle). Mr Wm. Price was the under- taker. Wreaths were sent from Father and Mother, th- t-a hers and scholars of Llanfaes Wesleyan Sunday & -hool, t-iu* staff and scholars of Llanfaes Council School, Miss Williams (Church Street). Mrs J. O. Jones (Church Street), from the neighbours in Church Street). the Misses Powell (Silver Street), from Trevor. Mavis, Cyri\ T'i la and Hadyir Lewis, and from E.S. Th' annual meeting of Kensington Rapti,t Church took place last Wednesday. In the afternoon a large company of members of the Church and congregation assembled for tea. It was the most successful tea of rft,>e.r|f, years, both as regards attendance and prepara- tions. The arrangements were in the hands of M'-vrfames R. G. Thomas. C. E. Jones, Misses Meredith, M Powell, and Walters. The tables were presided ever by Mrs D. Powell and Mrs J. Lewis, Mrs Ifor Wil- liams and Mis; William; A number of soldiers who were present at the previous Snuday evening service were entertained to tea through the kind invitation of Ald. and Mrs David Powell. In the evening a well-at- t-ended public meeting was held, presided over by the Paster, the Rev. R. G. Thomas. Very satisfactory financial reports were given by Mr T. E. Trew, J.P. (church treasurer), Ald. D. Powell, J.P. (school treas- urer). Mrs C. E. Jones (magazine secretary), and Mrs A. W. Cotton (secretary of the Women' League). Dur- ing the year over R20 were subscribed towards Foreign Missions, and the Sunday collections of the Church in- creased bv CII. Following the reports, a brief ad- dress was given by the chairman en "Our Heritage and our Duty." Miss M. Powell presided at the organ. Following the public meeting, a business meeting was held when the following were elected officers for the enduing year:—Mr T. E. Trew (treasurer). Mr D. Powell (minute secretary;, Mr A. Wright (finan- cial secretary). Aid. E. A. Wright (auditor). Mrs R. G. Thomas (secretary oi the Baptist Women's League), Miss Meredith, secretarv LB.R.A.I, Miss R. Williams "Missionary Herald" distributor), Mrs C. E. Jones (magazine secretary), pew rent collectors (Mrs R. Powell "E;I Mrs Wheeler). Misses M. Powell and R. Meredith (organist-). A vote of thanks was accorded the ladies who prepared the tea. proposed hy Mr W. A. Wright, and seconded by Mr J. Richards.
TALGARTH. I EVAXS'S STORES for TEAS and COFFEE. Have you tried the latter at 6d per i lb.? Several voung men have recently left Talgarth for military duties. As a result, labour is scarce and many of the farms are very much depleted, in fact the pro- blem here is. how to produce more with fewer hands? Its Coming March 12tl1. The most munificent spectacle ever presented to the British Public. 8 Reels. 280 Scenes. 5.000 Actors. At Talgarth Picture House. bl28, '216 On Wednesday evening, the church Hall was filled by an appreciative audience, when a concert was given which had been organised by the local branch of the GirJ, Friendly Society. The proceeds were in aid of the proposed improvements to the Church Hall. The supply of dressed poultry was not so large as usual at Talgarth market on Friday. Demand wa- good, in fact everything brought in was bought up readilv. Fowls sold at 1,4 per lb.; rabbits, 1/6 each; eggs. 4 for 1 butter 1,10 per lb. Bv the death of Mrs Ann Hargest, Talgarth loses an old and well-known resident. Her death took place on Wednesday, February 14th. aged 60 years. For years she was engaged in bill-posting, and as a result was well-known to many visiting Talgarth. The interment took place on Saturday at the Talgarth Churchyard. At the weekly meeting of the C.M. Church, held on Wednesday evening, over which the pastor (Rev. Tudor Jones, B.A.) presided. A paper, written by a former member of the church, Mr D. W. Pugh, who is with the Brecknocks in India, was read, it was practically a New Year message entitled "Things which are not seen." It was evidently the result of patient thought and re- search, deeply spiritual and as a result optimistic, its optimism being enhanced by appropriate poetic touches which caused the message to be sweet and agreeably acceptable. After the reading of the paper by Mr W T Davies, short addresses were given by the pastor, Mr T. Williams and Mr D. J. Morgan.
LLANIGON. I On Friday evening, the 10th inst., a most successful entertainment was given in the schoolroom by the school children. It was a long programme, consisting of olos, recitations, dialogues, choruses, etc. The room was packed. The following ladies assisted: Misses E. Davies. Hopkins and Price. Mr G. C. Portman. of Hay. kindly accompanied all the songs, etc. Great credit is due to Miss Davies, and Miss Marwood, the teachers, for the careful training which they had given to the children, which showed itself in the smooth and accurate manner in which the different items were execu- ted. Miss E. Davies sang very sweetly the well-known war songs, "The long, long trail," an "Home, dearie. home." Thev were both deservedly encored. Miss Mar- wood gave a laughable recitation, "I've changed my mind," which was much appreciated. The last item on the programme was a quartette "Grandmother, old," hy the Misses Hopkins. Marwood. E. Davies and Price, which caused roars of laughter. The Vicar pre- sided.
CRICKHOWELL. I Crickhowell town i, rtportcd to have vr-, well to the War Loan. Mr Gwilym C. James presided at a meeting of the Crickhowell Union Assessment Committee at the Town Hall. Crickhowell, on Monday, when a large number of appeals were heard and considered.
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I LLANGAMMARCH WELLS. I Pte. Eddie Jones. A.S.C. (son of Mr Jones, saddleri has just been home on a brief furlough. Mrs Price, Gorwydd House, passed away on Wednes- day last, after a long illness. She leaves a husband and grown up family. The funeral took place on Tuesday at Cefngorwydd. She was a kind neighbour and much liked. Mr Ben Davies. of the Royal Flying Corps, died in Scotland. The body was conveyed by rail to Llangam- march for burial. Leaving Scotland on Sunday after- noon, it arrived by the 1.25 p.m. train, and was accom- panied by an officer, the place of interment being the churchyard. Before joining, Mr Davies had lived at Llangammarch for many years. He leaves a widow and two children.
I PRESTEIGN. On Monday last, at the Parish Church, an interesting wedding took place. the contracting parties being Mr Edward Preece, second son of the late Mr Edward i Preece. of King's Head, Presteign, and Miss Alice Mor- ris. youngest daughter of the late Mr J. Morris, of the Slough, Presteign.' The bride was given away by her brother-in-law, Mr W. Preeee, of Nash, and the best man was Mr Thomas Preece. brother of the bride. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. H. L. Kewley (rec- tor). ) On Thursday evening a very successful sacred concert, in aid of the circuit funds, was held in the Wesleyan Church. Mr W. J. Culley presided, and an excellent programme was provided, the greater part of which was sustained by the friends from Kington, comprising Mr A. James's party. This party provided a really splen- did musical treat, and the audience was very appreci- ative of the good music provided. Mr A. James con- ducted and Mrs Jameil accompanied. At the close, Mr G. Rulloek expressed the thanks of the church to the kind friends who had assisted them in the concert, and especially to Miss Farley, who had kindly lent them her pianoforte for the occasion.
YSTRADGYNLAIS. I Diamond colliery re-started on Wednesday. Among those home on leave from France are Pte.. Jolinnv Thomas (Royal Marines). Gunner S. Thomas, R.G.A. (brother of Pte. J. Thomas; has passed an examination in telephony and signalling, Sapper T. J. Lewis, R.E., stationed in North wales, and formerly of Coedeirion, Station Road, is making a naipe for himself in the Army as a soloist. Breconshire Agriculture Committee is arranging to supply seed-potatoes for use in the district, i.e., of the varieties that could be planted in accordance with the Wart Disease Order recently put in force for the par- ish. Mr Gwilym Jones was again successful in capturing the prize for the baritone solo at Clydach competitivt. concert. He sang "Hiawatha's Vision," in tine sty e, and was complimented by Captain T. R .Mayne, M.A., Mus. Doc. (Swindon). An accident occurred at Pwllbach Colliery on Wednes- day when Rees Jones (Gurnos) was the victim of a shot- firing accident. First aid was immediately rendered by his fellow-workmen. The young man was conveyed home and attended to by Dr. Lewis. The death took place on Thursday of Mrs Hannah Mathias (licensee of Penybont Inn, and widow of the late Mr Wm. Mathia.s). Deceased, who was 61 years of age, was very popular in the locality, and of a very quiet and reserved disposition. The funeral took place on Monday. Zoar Mutual Improvement Society met on Tuesday, Mr Willie Chatham reading a paper on "Dydd y pathau bvchain," and Mr Elwyn Evans addressing the meeting on "William Carey." Miss Elsie Morgan recited, Miss Eva Daniels gave a pianoforte solo, and Miss L. B. Tho- mas presided. | At the pettv sessions, on Tuesday, G. Brachi and Bros. F. Dallavella and Joh Garani (Ystradgynlais) were .summoned for an offence against the Shops' Order. G. Brachi said he bad given instructions to the assistants not to serve anything for off consumption, or anything but refreshments. A fine of £1 was inflicted against the Brachi Bros., but the other cases were dismissed. j At the petty sessions, on Tuesday, Jas. Palmer was summoned for neglecting to extinguish a light in his land. P.c. Williams gave evidence. Palmer said he was unaware he was committing an offence, and, when order- ed by the constable to extinguish the fire, did so. The fire was originated by him, as he was preparing a potato II patch for cultivation. He was ordered to pay the costs. On Tuesday, before Messrs. E. G. Benthall, G. H. Strick, C. F. Gilbertson, M. Price, M. W. Morgan, D. Williams and D. Lewis, Catherine Jones (Colbren) ap. plied for a separation order from her husband, Daniel Jones, now of Oakdale, on the grounds of desertion. Mr W. Jones-Williams, for the defendant, asked for an adjournment to arrange a settlement, but complainant refused. An order for 18/6 per week was made. Before the local justices, on Tuesday, William Morgan (Glanrhyd) summoned Herbert Jenkins (William Street, Glanrhyd), for clandestinely removing goods after a dis- tress order had been issued against the defendant. The county court writ was produced, and Mr Morgan gave to pay the arrears. Mr Morgan denied this statement, j ed, said they had told Mr Morgan they intended mov- ) ing, and he had no objection. They had also promised ¡' to pay the arrears. Mr Morgan denied this statement, and the bench made an order for the payment of the ¡ costs of the court and the rent.
RHULAN. I The funeral of the late Mr William Breeze (Pentre) took place at Llansantffraed Church, on Friday. A short service was conducted at the house bv Rev. H. J. Lerigo (Glascwm), and the Vicar officiated at the church and the graveside. The body wa.s conveyed to the place of interment by hearse, supplied by Mr E. J. Williams (Builth). Mr Powell (Newchurch) supplied the coffin. Deceased was 34 years of age. He leaves a wife and three children to mourn their loss. We tender them our deepest smpathy.
ABEREDW. The War Savings Association, recently formed here'l promis to 00 a great success. It consists already of I over 30 members, and this number is being daily added to. -1
LLANDOVERY. Corporal Sam Davies, Grenadier Guards (son of Mr and Mrs Davies, Ystrad Lodge), returned from the bor- ough for France last week. The result of Christmas Day collection, arranged in Llandovery and Cilycwm in aid of Lord Robert's Me- morial Workshop extension fund, has just been an- nounced. Llandovery contributed £32 13s 8d and Cily- cwm £4 12s 5d, making a total ofJE37 6s Id. Mrs Aldridge, Miss Powell and Miss Morris, who are on the nursing staff at the Red Cross Hospital, enter- tained the wounded soldiers to a most enjoyable social oil Tuesday. Games were indulged in, and the items consisted of violin and pianoforte solos, duets, songs, trios and quartettes. The death has occurred of Mrs Mary Jenkins (widow of the late Mr David Jenkins, of Pine Cottage, Broad -Street). Deceased, who has attained the advanced age of 77 Years, was a native of the borough, and esteemed by all who knew her. She leaves surviving two sons and three daughters, to whom much sympathy is ex- tended in their bereavement. A variety entertainment was given, before a crowded house at the Public Institute in aid of the fund estab. lished for Llandovery boys on active service. Rev. J. Harry, Maesydderwen, presided, and the contributors to an excellent programme were Messrs. W. Jones, J. C. Jones, A. L. Ostrov, W. Lloyd Williams, Miss Thomas (Maesvrhaf), Miss M. P. Thomas (Bellmont), Miss B. Llovd Williams, Inspector Morgan, and Llandovery Male Voice Party (conducted by Mr T. R. Thomas). At the licensing sessions on Friday, Deputy Chief Constable Evans reported that, during the year, four licensed persons were preedeù against (three under the Liquor Control Order?nd one under the licensing laws), two of whom were convicted and two dismissed. Five persons were proceeded against for drunkenness, of whom three were convicted. He did not object to the renewal of any of the licences for the Llandovery district. The licences were renewed, and the bench in- structed the deputy chief constable to serve notices for Llansawel and LUngadock districts, and that the licens- jng sessions should be held at Llangadock on the 22nd inst., and in Llansawel on the 6th of March. The funeral of the late Mrs Mary Jenkins (Pine Cot- tage, Broad Street) was on Wednesday. Llandingat was the place of interment, and the mourners included Mr and Mrs Joseph Jenkins and Mr and Mrs Dan Jen- kins (sons and daughters-in-law), Misses Lizzie, Polly, and Sarah Jenkins (daughters), Masters Reggie, Leslie and Llanfair Jenkins (grandsons), Mr and Mrs John Ed- wards. College View (nephew and niece), Councillor T. Roberts, J.P., Crown Stores (cousin), Mr J. L..Roberta, Belle Vue (cousin), Mrs James, Aberdare (cousin), Mr Islwyn Edwards, Cwmdare (nephew), Mr and Mrs Reea Glanamman (nephew and niece), Miss Rees, Gianamman (niece), and Mr and Mrs Williams, Llanelly (nephew and niece). The ilural Tribunal met at the Town Hall on Thurs- day Mr V. Davies. .1.1'. (Klmlblid), presiding. Thirty- five cases were dealt with. the claims for exemption being mainlv from agriculturalists. A joint occupier of a farm in Llansadwrn and a farmer's son from Llan- wrda, were granted exemption till 1st May. The em- plover of Albert Branson (aged 18), who was employed on Cwm Farm, Llanwrda. as a farm servant, claimed an exemption. The farm comprised 86 acres, and the work- ers thereon included the applicant, his daughter, and one servant bov onlv. The tribunal refused the application. A. V. Gliddon, of Pumpsaint, a motor-mail driver from Llanwrda to Pumpsaint. claimed an exemption. He was a single man. aged 28 years. Applicant had four brothers, who had joined fii army. One of the bro- thers was Idlll-d in action, two other brothers were now prisoners of war in Germany, whilst the other was on active service. The appeal was dismissed, the military representative (Capt. Edward-) undertaking not to call the man up for service till 8th April.
LLANDRINDOD WELLS. Mr NN'. Alo(,. i, Ll, new ^lessee of the Grand Pavilion. The recent conceit, on behalf of the British Prisoners of War Fund, realised about £35 net profit. Newbridge-on-Wye Boy Scouts provided the soldiers at Highland Moors with an entertainment recently. Their Items included a sketch and a dialogue. Mr C. Edward Dcrrett has passed his senior examina- tion in connection with the Cambridge Local Examina- tions.—Mr Jack Dcrrett is now in France. Ilrof. Joseph Jones, of Brecon Memorial College, the deputy commissioner for National Service in Brecon and Radnor, paid a visit to the Spa on Friday, and in- terviewed many Of the leading public men. Mr A. F. Villiers presided at the weekly meeting of the Congregational Guild, when Mr F. S. Henderson read a paper on "Waves and their scientific uses. Miss W. Jones rendered a solo. Mr Kenneth Cole, son of Mrs Preston Cole (Kanawha) has been given a commission in the Motor Transport section of the A.S.C., and is under orders for active ?ervief' The Sunday School Union has found itself unable to proceed with the proposed musical festival, as one of the affiliated schools reported that it would be unable to co-operate. All the other schools replied favourably. Mr Edward Evans presided at the weekly meeting of the Baptist C.E. on Tuesday. A paper was read by Miss ¡' Edith Bales, and the other speakers were the chairman, Mr Hall, Miss Pitt, and Mr Oscar Evans. Mrs W. J. Jones (Sefton House) kindly gave an ad- dress at the weekly meeting of the Women's School on Monday, her visit being much appreciated. Mrs C. M. Binyon presided, and the devotional service was taken by Mrs J. Davies (Maple Terrace). At the next meeting of the U.D.C. a councillor will be co-opted in the place cf the late Mrs A. L. Careless. We understand that the new councillor will probably I be Mr Seymour W. Edwards, of Grosvenor Stores, whose respected fabr-in-Iaw was a former councillor for the ward. The Christmas tea for the junior scholars of the Pres- byterian Sunday School was held at the Albert Hall on Wednesday, when there were upwards of 60 children present. After tea, a happy time was spent in games, and an impromptu entertainment was arranged. In- stead of prizes, each child was given sixpence each to invest in wa.r saving certificates. A miscellaneous meeting was held at the Presbyterian Guild last Thursday night, Mr J. W. Owens in the chair. The long interesting programme included solos bv Misses Cissie Davies, Alice Colley, Irene Edwards and Messrs. J. E. Rees and R. H. Williams. Miss Enid Jones, B.A., gave a recitation and Mr Ivor Lewis a monologue. Mr George Hughes and Miss Eunice Owens accompanied. I A highly interesting paper on "Songs and song- writers" was given by Mr H. Oliver at the Presbyterian Young People's Society, Thursday, February 8th, when Mr Jeffrey Jones, J.P.. presided. To add to the inter- est of the subject solos were contributed by Misses GWCII Owens, Alice Colley, Ethel Davies and Euronwy Jones, and Mr R. P. Gough. The speaker was thanked for his industrious and educative paper, by Rev. S. George and Mr E. R. Davies.. We understand that the Radnorshire War Agricul- tural Committee has appointed its local members, with Mr David Jones as hon. sec., to organise a local scheme for increased cultivation of land. The committee has had several meetings, and have a prospect of securing land near the qnarry and also at Brynteg. The U.D.C. Sub-Committee has expressed its willingness to meet with the other committee, and, in the event of a scheme being agreed upon, a special meeting of the Estates Committee of the U.D.C. will be held forthwith. Mr J. Hurst. J.P., presided at a meeting of the managers of the Council School on Monday, when Mr Sevmour Edwards proposed the following resolution:- "tfliat the thanks of the managers he tendered to Major A. L. Careless for his generous offer to the school in memoriam of our late fellow-manager, Mrs A. L. Careless." Mr J. Hurst seconded, and this was ag- reed to. The managers considered what form the memorial should take, and decided to submit certain proposals to Major Careless. The headmaster reported I that 16 boys were ready to undertake gardening work as soon the County Committee provided the tools.
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Llanwrtyd Wells Concert. I HELPING WAR FUNDS. I A very successful concert was held at the St. James' i Hall,Llanwrtyd,on Wednesday,in aid of the Emergency War Fund of Waifs and Strays. The arrangements were carried out by the Secretary, Mrs Cnrey (The Hall), to whom great credit is due for the most inter- esting and excellent programme. The Hall was 1prettily decorated for the occasion by Mrs Blewittand Mrs Carey, Rev. J. E. Lloyd presided and opened the iproceedings by giving a short account of the founda- j tion and good work of the Waifs and Strays Society. The accompanists were Miss Bronwen Richards, Miss Lizzie Williams, Miss Williams. I Appended is the programme ;-I)iictt, Our native land," Misses New bold and Jones song, Daddy holds the reins," Miss Massingberg duet, Messrs Davies and Jones song, God send you back to me," Miss G. Lewis; recitation, "My brother on the Clyde," Miss Perrots Quaker song, Miss Newbold song, "A little bit of heaven," Miss L. Moore soup, "I love a life upon the sea," Mr E. Jones recitation, Uncle Podger," Miss Newbold duet, Misses LewiB and Richards; song, A perfect day," Mr R. E. Davies song, "HollleIalld," Miss B. Richards; sketch—Tlie tea party (hostess), Miss S. Jones; (maid), Miss K. C. Moore; (visitors), Moore, Massingberg and Perrots. The rendering of the national anthem terminated a most enjoyable evening. The great siiecessof the con- cert is undoubtedly to be attributed to the indefatig- able efforts of Mrs Carey, The Hall, who spared no time in bringing the entertainment to a high pitch of excellence. The sum of £ 5 10s. was realised to.assist the good cause.
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Llandrindod Council. The Llandrindod Council on Friday decided to give permiseion for the use of a room at the Public Library fcr the National Service Scheme, and the clerk said he had already intimated that he and his staff were at the disposal of the or- ganisers for any service they could render. It was decided to refer the local work under the National Service Scheme to the War Relief Committee, On the motion of Mr Bufton, seconded by Mr J. Jones, it was decided to express disapproval of the pro- posal that the University of Wales should be controlled. by 10 persons nominated by the Government. Mr Jones and Mr Williams urged the desirability of monthly practices of the Fire Brigade, but it was ex- plained that practices had been impracticable during the severe frost. Mr Sinig assured the council that the captain and the brigade were doing everything possible, and the chairman, who has been a critic of the brigade before its re-organisation, now expressed his satisfac- tion, but agreed that regular practices should be main- tained for some time. Dr. Worthington called attention to the number of houses which had lost their water-supply through the I frost, but the chairman explained that the failure wa- due to service pipes, and not to frost in the mains. The clerk reported that the surveyor had been twice asked by the Joint Hospital Board of Conway and Pen- maenmawr if he could undertake to prepare and carry through a sewage disposal scheme for their hospital. Congratulatory speeches were made by the Chairman and Mr J. 0. Bufton, and regret was expressed that it was impossible for the surveyor to be released for this work-a conclusion which was fully shared by the sur- veyor and himself. The clerk reported that the Life-boat appeal bad re- suited in a sum of £5 lls being sent for this excellent work. Mr Jeffrey Jones was appointed as a delegate to the House and Town Planning conference, which is to be held at Cardiff in March. The Pavilion Committee recommended that Mr W. Alec Millward should be accepted as the lessee of the Grand Pavilion on the same terms as Mr Ivor M. Johns, who retires from the pesitoin, several new con- ditions being added, including one with reference to ad- vertising hoardings. The committee further reported that a conference between the three spas has been ar- ranged, in order to discuss proposals in reference to the. charges for the medicinal waters. The Roads Committee presented a lengthy report, and it included one from the surveyor in reference to tar- spraying the roads, which was estimated to cost £ 165 14s 2d, or 1.23d per square yard. He further re- ported that the cost of a horizontal machine, 160 gal- lons capacity, would be about R89, .and for a vertical machine, 100 gallons, £63. The report of the Plans Committee was confined to several comments respecting temporary buildings and plans of a pig-stye. The Sanitary Committee reported that. they were in correspondence, through the clerk, with Miss M. Ash- croft, of Liverpool (sister of the present nurse), who had applied for the position of nurse-matron at the Isolation Hospital. The reports were all adopted.
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"EXPRESS" DIARY. Sunday, February 25th.-Glamorgan Street Congrega- tional Church, Brecon, Rev. W. C. Jones, Llanwrthwl. Tuesday, February 27th. Glasbury Congregational Church, annual concert at Assembly Rooms. Friday, March 2nd.-Competitive Meeting, Cray Council School. March 6th and 7th.—Missionary Conference at Plough Congregational Church, Brecon. Friday, March 9th.—Entertainment at Builth Council Infanta' School. Friday, March 23rd.—Breconshire Education Staffing and Salaries and Buildings Committees. Friday, March 30th.—Breconshire Higher Education Committee. Tuesday, April 3rd.-Breconhirc Quarter Sessions. Monday, April 9th.—Breconshire Education Finance Committee. Friday, AprU 13th.-Brecon shire Standing Joint and Main Roads Committees. Monday, April 16th.—Breconshire County Finance Com- mittee. Friday, April 20th.-Breconshire Education Authority. Friday, April 27th.—Brecon County Council. Printed and Published by G. E. SAYCE, At the "Brecon and Radnor Express" Offices, Express Buildings, Bulwark, in the Chapelry of St. Mary, in the Borough and County of Breoon, on THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1917.