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PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. PREPAID SCALE. The following Scale of Charges secures the insertion of the following classes of Advertisements in both "THE BRECON AND RADNOR EXPRESS," AND "THE RADNOR EXPRESS," APARTMENTS, SITUATIONS VACANT OR WANTED, TO BE LET OR SOLD, LOST AND FOUND, AND MISCELLANEOUS WANTS. Three Six Words. Once. Times. Times. If words 0 9 1 9 2 « 22 words 1 0 2 0 3 0 30 words 1 4 2 8 4 0 Each extra 8 words 0 4 0 8 1 0 In cases where replies are to be sent to the "Express" Office, and forwarded by us, 3d extra to above prices must be sent. In all cases these Charges are for cash with order. If not pre-paid, they will be charged sixpence per line per insertion. Marriage Notice, 2/6. Wedding Presents, 2d per line. Birth Notice, 2/6. Notice of Thanks, 2/6. lp Memoriam Notice, 2/6. List of Wreaths in Funeral Report, 2d per line. Obituary Notice, 2/6. Notice of Death and Funeral, 2/6. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. The greatest care Is taken to insert advertisements on the date and in the position ordered as well as to secure their being correctly printed, but the Proprietor cannot be responsible for inaccuracies in either of these respects, or for any consequences arising there- from. Every care is taken to ensure the prompt insertion of all advertisements and accurate delivery to advertisers of replies to their advertisements, but the Proprietor does not guarantee the insertion of an advertisement in any specified week, or at all, and will not be liable for any loss occasioned by the failure of an advertisement to appear in any specified week, or at all, from any cause whatever. Advertisements and replies arc only accepted subject to the above conditions. SITUATIONS VACANT. A B&peotable strong willing girl required as A Wa.rdma.id.—Matron. County Infirmary, Brecon. 1509p I)R4PEli.Y.-Want,ed Young Dadies for Millin- ery Sales; used to a quick pushing trade; also young Lady for Blouses Sales.—George ma- don, Snow Hill, Baxiuingham. 1456p EXPERIENCED General, abstainer, wash iron, aiiiall flamrly, good outings, help given.— Harris, Ashlield, Grickhowell. 1482p p ENERAL or Kitchenmaid required at once; good wa,,aes. -Apply, Sunnycroft, Ll'andrin- dod Wells. 1474p ll/TLLLINERY.—Apprentices aged 14 upwards —— waited, trade .thoroughly taught.—D. Pere- grine, Draper and Milliner, Brecon. 1464p NURSERY Maid wanted at once, under head nurse, for three children under 5l; some aursing experience necessary; must be strong a.nd have good reference. Apply—Mrs Griffith Llew- ellyn, Bag! an Cottage, Briton Ferry. 1489p PROBATION -Nuraes.-Vaeancii-s occur for well-educated young ladies who desire to en- ter the nutrsing profession. Age, about 20. Wages, first year, £19; second year, £ 18, with uniform and maintenance. Application form to be obtained—Secretary, Welsh National Memorial Association, Westgate Street, Cardiff. 605/238 ROYAL Infirmary, Gloucester.Fiast aaid Third Kitchenmaids, also Wardmaid wanted; good wa.ges; must- be well recommended. Apply— Matron. 1441p KSAW Mill Hands.—Wanted a few handy men 'and strong youths. Apply, stating age and w,iges-Robert Williams & Sons, Ltd., Hay. 586/238 TTNDER Gardener wanted immediately; very good cottage and airdtii. -Apply. stating wages required and reference, to Sir Arthur Her- bert, Coldbrook, Abergavenny. 1496p ^JTANTED.—Platelayers for the Brecon k Mer- thyr Railway. Apply—Foreman, John Davies, Brecon Station. ANTED, General Farm Hand; good plough- man, live in. Mazey. Glebe Farm, Porthkerry, Barry. 1299p w A-NRTED, an all-round Working Gardener: emal1 hothouse. State age, wages, &c.— Major Lewis, Femhill, Blackpill, near Swansea. 1386p w ANTED, a strong, willing Girl: good home, good wages.—Apply, Mrs Evans. 189, Penarth Iload, Cardiff. 1394p WANTED, domesticated farmer's daughteT as Help, good Cook-General, also experienced Waitress; good class hotel.—Mrs Mortimer- TiiQinas, proprietress. Mariner's Hotel, Haverford- west. 1420p W ANTED experienced Gcnoilail able to do plain cooking.—Mrs Alfred Jones, Surgery. Lower Tonypandy. 1457p WANTED immediately, respectable Girl, 20 to 22 yoaira, as General Help. Apply-Mrs Hughes, Southlea, Llandrindod Wells. 571/237 WANTED, reliable Working Men for general farm work, live in (ineligible), or Youth, 16 to 17 ydaTs.-Apt,IN-, Gwillim, Greenmoors, Abergavenny. 567/237 WANTED at once, capable General. Apply- Mrs Da vies Brookliands, New Tredegar. 1453p WANTED tatroiig Imbotrrcrs, ineligible for mili- tary service, for Retort House work (to li-tatn scoop changing), wages and bonus £2 12s for seven eight-hour shifts per week, on stoking work. Apply—Manager, Gas Works. A her tiller y, Mon. 577/237 W ATED a good Generailhy the second week in Majpc.h. — Dukes, Islwyn, Porthcawl, Glaan. 1468p WATED good general servant, willing to milk occ-a sionally.—Mrs Evans, Morcot, Lyons- hall, Hereford. 583/238 w A-\TED Gardener, inside and out, generally useful.—Thomas, Norton Villa, West Cross, Mumbles. 1473p ANTED respectable General Servant. Apply •—Mrs Jenkins, Maesilan, Brecon. 1481p WANTED Smart Young Lady for grocery counter: exporience unnecess.'r' v.—H?m?r's ??4?uppily Stores, Bm.lth. 598/238 W AN'D, a General for private house, two mdps from Llandrindod Wells good wages to suital>lt?, girt.-App?-. box lW8p. Ex- pre%s Office, Brecon. W-?ED s?ng Lad H to 16 to milk, and WA^P. "a?n farm work, ?ve in good wi,l]ln,,(? to lkaft farin ?wor k, qive in, good pooL • 1495p "W AN TED, Nurse for first baby; also Cook- G en oral. Apply, stating qualifications and wages required, Mrs Evans, Penralley' lUiiaya- der. 1493p WANTED, a respectable woman to do CM Lire work of cottage, and attend to invalid lady, good wages, comfortable home.—Apply to Smith, iiwa,y, Brecon. 1502p PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. WANTED, good plain Cook, baking, small dairy; good character; no regi,&tries.-Ap- ply, the Misses Coates, Broad Heath, Rresteign. 1488p WANTED, at once, good GeneraL-Mrs Hicks, Fealeagh, Beaufort Road, Llandrin- dod Wells. 1499p WANTED man. light general work, groom, garden; state wages and references; cottage found.—Miss Royston, Bronllys, Talgarth. 1508p FARMS FOR SALE OR TO LET. i 1'10 Let, March 25th, small Farm, Llwyntudor, Rhuien, with hill rights.-Apply, Lloyd, Gilgewydd, Newbridge-on-Wye. 1460p TO Let, March 25th next, small Farm, known. as Llewem, Llangajiten, Brecon ah [re, one mile from Cilniery Station, and 3 miles from Bllirlth Wells market town.—Apply to Mrs Hope, or H. Powell, Stores, Newbridge-on-Wye, Rad- norshire. 1479p HOUSES WANTED, FOR SALE. OR TO LET. "DUILTH WELLS.—To Let, House and Shop; — central position; mode-iia,te rent.—Watkins, Manchester House. 1476p COTTAGE to-let in Pendre. Apply-.Ilrs Tudor, Priory Villa, Brecon. 1465p rrO Let, at once, Cottage, with large, produc- tive garden and good piggery.—Apply to Mrs J. Cartwright, Broad Street, Knighton. 1461p T O-LET stable and yard in King Street, Bre- con, from the 25th March next. Apply-N,ltr E. Cambridge Phillips, Brooklands, Hay, Here- ford. 581/238 TO Let, Cottage and Gardoia at Llechfaen.— Apply, Davies, Llechfaen, near Brecon. 1480p TO. Let, "Braemtar," Irfon Road, Builth; two front sitting rooms, four bedrooms, bathroom rent, £ 18.—Apply, .Mrs Ewart Evans, Braemar, Builtli Wells. 615/226 WANTED, near Rhayader or other Mid-Wiales District, small House or Bungalow, 2 en- ter t a iniktg, 3 or 4 bedrooms garden essentia. near river preferred.—Apply, Messrs. Bufton and Son, Auctioneers, Llandrindod Wells. 1478p WA-NTED.-Siiia,ll furnished liouse in Brecon for 3 months or longer. Bathroom and usual officer.—Apply istating terms, box 1505p, "Express" Office, Brecon. LOST AND FOUND. LOST 4 Ewes, pitched 0 on hip; information to .J. W. Jones, Sheephouse, Hay. 526/237 LOST, since February 2nd, 1917, fawn coloured bitch, white stripe down face, white colour round the neck; answers name "Quick." Any- one givia? information to Wm. Davies, PMlt- mawr, YstArsAfealte, will be rewarded. 1459p STRAYED to Court, Llanddew, cross-bred Lamb, simce, X'mas, pitched on crup. If not claimed in 21 days will be sold.—J. William6. 1463p FOR SALE OR PURCHASE. A Thick-set Mare for Sale, 15 hands, 6 years, in foal to ca?-t horse; good worker, shafts, chains, all kinds of farm work, £ 18; also Cart Mare 15-3, 7 years, sound, good worker in all kinds of farm work, R26. Reason of selling mares, proving in foal no use to owner for town work. Titun fare paid for mares for rea,soruable distance, and written guarantee given with each inare. Trial allowed. Both mares due to foal in May.—William Evans, 19, Blewitt Street, noa-rthe Station. Newport, Mon. 1490p A N Outlay of a Few Pence on Ovum Thorley's Puultry Spice for mixing with the morning's soft food is well spent by the large increa.se in Eggs and healthy condition of your fowls. Get it tat J. L. Allcock, Lion Tea Stores, Knigh- ton. 584/225 XJLACK Popiar wanted; sound, straight aaxd clean; good price paid for good timber.— Write 1470, Sells Advertisin.g Offices, Fleet Street, London. 568/225 EGGS for Sitting, pure-bred Rhode Island Reds, s.c. 3/6 per dozen; also Cam's and Dora Rea's White Wyandotte, mated with R.I.R. cockerel, 3/- per dozen, no replacement.—C. H. Williams, Gda-alyn, Llandrindod Wells. 593/230 FOR Sale.—Shorthorn Calves, Sixpence per l'b. — —James, Oilwnwg, Llanelly. 1385p }'OH SALE, Governess-Car, suit pony, lamps, cusihions complete, bargain, room wanted.- Da vies, Coachhuilder, Builth. 681/226 FOR Sa.k', a strong Hereford Bull Calf.—John EMails, Victoria House, Erwood, S.O. 1503p TMNEST cereals, ground by the ancient Sussex atone process, and best BEEF make Karswood Meal (Sussex Ground) 31-lb. bag, lid. Largely increases egg output.—From Morris, 17, Bridge Street, Brecon. 1449p p REY HAIR permanently and speedily restored 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. 1107p SITEEI, fûJJing axe and one-nun cross saw for k sale. Would exchange for fowls or potatoes. Davies. 1. Laburnhain Terrace, Dunvant, Swan- sea. 1501p W ALL PAPER, of best designs and good qual- ity, can be bought at TYLER'S, BUL- WARK, BRECON,-as cheap as any bouse in the trade. See the quality of the paper in the roll be- fore buying. 252 1MTWOOD Wanted.—Messrs. D. James Tho- nuts and Company. Colliery Agents, Pontar- duhbis. invite offers of Pit wood, standing or de- livered into 1':11': wa 't,fUCk:;r>lt any station in South Wales. 1507p pIG Keepers who wish their Pigs to pay should use as a Condiment Thorley's Food for Cattle; keeps Pigs thrifty. Sold in Cases contain- ing 56 packets, Five Shillings, by agents in all parts. 200/205 "YTEWMARKET Condition Powders bring a horse quickly and safely into first-rate con- dition and health. Purify the blood, sharpen the appetite, and make the coat shine like satin. In 1 lb. packets, 10d. Prepared only by Colt- man, Cash Chemist, Builth Wells. 1867/214 MOLESKINS wanted. Highest prices paid — oldest regular buyers. Prompt payment. —J. H. Smith k Co., 10, Friday Street, London, E.C. 1364p PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. HHRACTION ENGINES, Road Locomotives, Steam Waggons and Tractors, Portable Engines, Traction Waggons, Threshing Machines, Road Rollers, etc., for SALE. Secondhand. 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 & SONS, Thames Bank Ironworks, Reading. Telephone 201. 724p pOULTRY Keepers should write to Joseph Thor- ley Ltd., King's Cross, London, who are the Manufacturers of Ovum, Thorley's Poultry "Spice, for Thorley's Poultry Keepers Account Book, also book giving useful hints to Poultry Keepers—both sent free. 202/205 RATS, MICE, MOLES, COCKROACH^, and -? BEETLES greedily eat HARRISON'S 'RELI- ABLE" RAT POISON. Cats and dogs will not touch it. Vermin dry up and leave no smell. Price, 6d, 1/ 2/3, and 3/8. Postage 2d. G. W. HAR- RISON, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agent for Brecon F. L. Stanton. Hay J. L. Davies & Son, 7, High Town. Builth Wells J. Ward, 8, High street. Talgarth David Evans, Grocer, Liverpool Stores. Llandovery T. Rob. erts, The Crown Stores. Knightqn G. M. Perkins. Crickhowell W. H. Kirkland. All Chemists. 566p POTATOES.-Wa,ated immediately 4 tons or iless good cookers; state lowest cash price.- Quarrell, Fruiterer, Brecon. 1472p SHORTHORN CALVES for rearing, from re- cord Cheshire Milkers, by pure-bred bulls quotations to any station; no fancy prices; cor- respondence a pdeasure.-Frank Dobie, Littleton, Chester. 1411p QUFFERERS from Cold in the Head, Naaa? Catarrh ?nd Influ(m7a should use "NOSTRO- LIE." Both for prevention amd quick relief it is simply wonderful. "NOSTROLINE" (Ies"s the microbes im the nostTis, clears the head in&tantly, stops running discharge, soothes and heals. Safe ,and suitable for all ages and conditions. Should be at hand in every home. Try "NOSTROLINE" and tell your friends. Price 1/3 (by post 1/5) from W. Gwillim, 46, High Street, BRECON; A. E. Evans, 46. Beaufort Street; A. M. Jones 73, King Street, BRYNMAWR; H. T. T. Roberts, ABERGAVENNY: T. A. Coltman and J. Ward, BUILTH; W. H. Kirkland, High Street, CRICK- HOWELL: G. M. Perkins, KNIGHTON; R. H. Eva.ns and W. W. Johnson. LLANDRINDOD; R. C. Prythercli and W. 1. Will .ms, LLAN- WRTYD; J. Parry and Co., SENNYBRIDGE; J. Parry, TALGARTH; E. R. Davies, PRES- TEIGN. "JVTOLE Skins, 6d to 8d each paid for best cleair Winter Pelts. Write for particulars to 'The Furriers of the West,' Edwards a.nd Sons, Hereford. Cash by return. No waitiing. Old- est and largest buyers in England. 1452p piCTURES, well framed bundreds of patterns. A See the new, neat, polished wood moulding, can be cleaned and always looks new.-Tyler and Son, Bulwark, Brecon. 262 "DATS.—"RODINE" is the super-attractive rat "— poison. It never fails. Fascinating and fiatal. 6d, 1/ 2/ 3/ 5/ post 3d.-Ha,rley, Chemist, Perth.—Agents Stanton, 26, High St., Brecon; D. I. Williams, Llanwrtyd; H. J. Spa/rey, General Stores, Presteign; J. Ward, Builth Wells J. Blower, Knighton atnd Craven Arms; J. Nicholas, Drug Stores, Llandovery. 1251p you should know that Ovum Thoriey's Poultry Spice is different to any other Poultry Spice and contains all that is necessary for keeping Poultry Healthy and producing abundiance of Eggs. Sold in cases containing 72 packetes, Six Shillings.-Ca.rtons (two sizes) 1/1 and Sixpence each, by Agents in all parts. 201/205 CCMOLRAT" MOLES POISON.-Infallible, safe, speedy. 1/6 packets. Sprinkle con- tents on eatrthworms and lay in moles' trock. Chemists everywhere.—Hugh Davies, Chemist, Machynlleth, Wales. 1341p WALLPAPERS from 41d per roll. Any quantity, large or small, supplied at WHOLESALE PRICES. Largest stock in Great Britain. Write for patterns, stating class re- quired, (Dept. 223) BARNETT WALLPAPER Co., Ltd., MANCHESTER. 1239p 5 EGGS each hen every week are now obtained with Karswood Spice. 2d., 6d., 1/- Plackets from Price, 39, Lion Street, Hay. 1497p MISCELLANEOUS. A LL Dogs trespassing on Lliandefaelog Tregraig will be destroyed.—Garnet Morris. 1506p COMMERCIAL Market, Gardening for Women. —Thorough training under expert F.R.H.S., Vines, Peaches, Fruit illlDd Vegetables; intensive cultivation. Next term begins Maroh 5th. For fees and particulars apply to The Lady Warden, Nantyderry House, neair Abergavenny. 1466p T OWER Argoed, Erwood.—Notice, all dogs '— found worrying sheep on Lower Argoed lands will be destroyed, and owners pay damages.-Ben. jamin E vans. 1497p ARTIFICIAL Legs, Arms, Hands; Crutches, Leg Irons, Deformity Boots, Trusses, Steel-less Easifit Trusses. Lady Attendant. Ladies' Belts, Belt-Corsets, EUstio Stockings, etc.-Allen Pearce, 23, Charles Atreet, Cardiff. Tel. 1282. List Free. 189 KILL THAT INSECT, TOMMY I-Send your —' pals "out yonder" some tins of Harrison's Nursery Pomade—they'll be very acceptable. When you haven't time to wash, there's a big chance A little arrison's you'll have "companions." A little Harrison's Pomade kills every insect on hair and body. In- sist on having Harrison's Nursery Pomade, "Tins of Comfort," at 4id and 9d. Sold by all Chem- ists—or by post from Harrison, Chemist, Reading. 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. Per- kins. Crickhowell W. H. Kirkland. Pontar- dulais T. A. Jones. Brynmawr A. M. Jones, 74, King Street. Llanwrtyd Wells D. r. Wil. liams, chemist. All Chemists. 5mp NIATERNITY Nursing Home, 57, Tudor Road, Cardiff.—Nurse Cleverly, approved by Cen- tral Midwives' Board, receives patients privately; comfortable, inexpensive. Telephone 4365. 1397p pIGS are often troubled with Worms Thoriey's Worm Powders will clear same. Sold in Cartons containing 6 powders 5d by Agents in all parts; or by post 12 Powders 1/1—96 Powders 6/6, on receipt of remittance, by Joseph Thorley Ltd., King's Cross, London, N. 199/205 ABSOLUTELY for Munition,s.-Copper, also "— purchaser Load. (Brass 9d lb.), old mlachinery, steel, wrought iron 95/- ton; buyer Portable En- gines, Boilers, Mortar Pans, Electric Battery Plates, Tailors' Clippings, Rags, Paper, Rope, Bagging, Rancid Butter, Margarine, Damp Sug- ars, Pianos and Feathers, Motor Tyres, 20/- ewt. —Thomas Horton, Merthyr. 1261p y AUCTION APPOINTMENTS. Messrs. David & W. J. Price. (formerly D. Price and Williams.) londay, Mach 12th.-Talybont-on-Usk Auction Mart. aesday, March 13th.-Sennybridge Auction Mart. i riday. March loth.-Sale of House, Shop and Valuable Freehold Land in Free Street, Brecon. Saturday, April 7th.-Bolgoed Grass Letting Sale. jJonday, April gth.-Talvl)ont Auction Mart. Monday, April 9th.-8cdhrog Grass Letting Sale. T"esday, April ICth.—SennybrMee Auction Mart. "&m.i, April 14th—Aberyskir Grass Letting Sale. Thursday, April 19th, Plas Llangorse Grass Letting Sale. Saturday, April Zlst.—OakIands Grass Letting Sale. T uesday, April 24th.—Llwynllwyd, Merthyr Cynog Grasa Letting Sale. ■Wednesday, April 25th.-Wenalltfawr, Talvbont-on-Usk. Grass Letting Sale. Thursday, April 26th.-Upper Pendre, Llangorse, Farm Stock and Grass Letting Sale. Saturday, April 28th.-Alitarnog, Merthyr Cynog, Grass Letting Sale. April .-At Hereford, Sale of Freehold Farm (Old Weir). Friday, May 4th.—Tygwyn, Glasewm, Grass Letting Sale. Saturday, May 12th.—Slwch Farm, Stock and Grass Let- teing Sale. May .—Property Sale (Bre-conshire Farms) at the Wellington Hotel, Brecon. TALYBONT-ON-USK MART. MONDAY, MARCH 12th, 1917, at 10.30 a.m. SENNYBRIDGE MART ON TUESDAY, MARCH 13th, 1917, at 10 a.m. SALES of Fat and Store Stock, &c. Further Eatries Solicited. DAVID & W. J. PRICE, Auctioneers, &c. Brecon. b599/227 Mr. T. J. Phillips; Tuesday, March 20th.-Bl"eOOn Market. Monday, March 26tih.-Talybont Mart. Hay Auction Mart. (AT THE OLD COAL WHARF.) Monthly Sale of FAT and STORE CATTLE, SHEEP, LAMBS, PIGS, HORSES, &c. The Second Thursday In each Month. Commencing THURSDAY NEXT, MARCH 8th. By MR. T. J. PHILLIPS. Farmers, Butchers, Dealers and others are respectfully invited to note the date of the opening Sale. Entries are solicited. All stock should be in the yard by 10 o'clock. N e; idd. Scethrog, Bwlch. Messrs. Button and Son. FRON WYE, IN THE PARISH OF BOUGHROOD, RADNORSHIRE. ly/TESSRS. BUTTON & SON, F.A.I., have been -favoured with instructions from Mrs Anne Jones, who is leaving the neighbourhood, to offer for Sale by Auction at Two o'clock on THURSDAY, MARCH 8th, 1917, (subject to the Conditions of Sale to be then read) a.t THE CROWN HOTEL, HAY, all that Most Desirable Freehold and Compact SMALL HOLDING, — now in the occupation of the owner and known as Fron Wye, situate about one mile from Bough- rood and two miles from Glasbury, and including I, A SUBSTANTIAL BRICK BUILT DWELLING HOUSE with slate roof, which contains four Bedrooms, Parlour, Large Kitchen, Dairy, Scullery, Pantry. and Coal-house. The Farm Buildings comprise stone-built silated Cowhouse for three Cattle, CaM Pen, Stal ie. Coach-house, with loft over, Piggeries, also it French Barn, open Slied a-tid Poultry House; the whole with the Three Capital Orchards, Gardens tamd Three Enclosures of Pasture and Grazing Land extending :to about 6 acres, 1 rood, 2 perches. T'as Property, which is well sheltered from the North and East Winds, has <a South Aspect, is abutting the road leading from Boughrood to Hay. The House is in oxcvjlcnt repai-ra-nd the Buildings ihave been well maintained. Tliore is a Tithe-rent Charge which for 1916 wiais £1 4&. Possession may be had of the Land and Build- ings art any date by arrangement and of the House on May Isot, 1917. For further p^rtM-uhirs apply to the Auctioneers, or to MR. LEWIS W. H. JONES, Auctioneers' Offices, Solicitor, Brecon. Middicton Chambers, Llandrindod Well's. Telephone 5Q. Telegrams "Bufton, LLan- drindod." br&92 Messrs. Jackson & McCartney. Entries for Catalogue close First Post Monday. HEREFORD HORSE SALES. Great Spring Sale OF 300 JKJRSKS. SATURDAY, MARCH 17tb, 1917. 950 IN PRIZES. A trade was experienced at the last sale, Qelc ogs making up to 115 guineas. JACKSON & MCCARTNEY, br399/231 Auctioneers, Craven Arms & Hereford. L ISTO, of wedding presents and wreaths, sent to us for publication, are now charged for at the rate of 2d per line. AUCTION APPOINTMENTS. Messrs. Miller, Powell & Co. (F.A.I.) March 12th.-Dispersal Sale at the Lodge Farm, Tal- garth. April 3rd.-Annual Bull Show and Sale at Brecon Mar- ket. The Lodge Farm, TALGARTH. MESSRS. MILLER, POWELL & CO., have received instructions from Mrs Stephens, who is leaving the farm, to Sell by Public Auction on MONDAY, MARCH 12th (Talgarth Fair Day), the whole of the LIVE STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, &c., as follows Cattle.-4 Young Fresh Baaren Cows, 1 Weaned Cadf. PONY likely to be in foal. A Quantity of Oats. Implements.-G.a,mbo, Plough, 2 pairs Harrows, Cambridge RoU (equal to new), Cultivator, Turnip Drill, Turnip Cutter, Mowing Machine, 2 Sheep Racks, Wire Netting, Steelyards, Ladders, Scythes, Grindstone, Single land Double Corn Bins, &c., &c. Harness.—Collars, Bridles, Long Gearing, Shaft Harness, &c. Dairy Utensils.—End-over-end Chum in good condition, excellent Double Cheese Press, Cheese Vats, Milk and Cream Pans, &c.. &c. Poultry.-A,bout 20 Head of Poultry. Furniture.—A portion of the Household Furni- ture will be sold. There will also be sold a Cob Mare, perfectly quiet with all tiiafSc, Spring Cart (equal to new), 2 Light Spriiif- Ca.rts, 1 Miller's Spring Cart, Bread Vain, with good wheels and springs,-suit-able to convert to a light farmer's dray, 3 Sets of Trap Harness in excellent condition. Sale to Commence at 2 o'clock Sharp. TERMS—CASH. b600/228 Refreshments Provided. Trawsnant Farm, Cantreff, 2 milts from the Town of Brecon. ATTRACTIVE SALE OD 2 SHIRE HORSES. 2 EXCELLENT COBS, 17 HEAD OF CATTLE. 200 BREEDING EWES, IMPLE- MENTS, DAIRY UTENSLLS, CROPS, &c. fESSRS. MILLER, IX)WELL & CO., have received instructions from the representa- tives of the IM.e Mr Llewelyn Williams, to Sel by Public Auction at the ahove farm on TUESDAY NEXT, MARCH 13th, the whole of the Stock, Implements, etc., as follows :— Horses.—Excellent Shire bred Mare, 7 years old, in foal, Cart Mare, 4 years old, grand Cob Mare 15.2, and a Cob MaTe, 6 years old, in foal. Cattle.—Dairy Cow in. milk and in calf, 2 cross- bred Heifers in caJf. 2 Hereford Heifers with calves a.t foot, 2 Hereford Heifers in calf, 4 Year- ling Cattle, 2 Weaned Calves, Fat Cow. Sheep.—200 Welsh Ewes in yean and with Lambs. Pigs.-One Young Sow. Implements.-A 4 h.p. Hornby Oil Engine, equal to new, Shafting and Belting complete, No. 2 Bamford Corn Mill, Chaffcutfter, Pulpex, Turnip Cutter. Curt equaJ to new, Gambo, Trap, Oil Tank, Corn Drill, Ploughs, Harrows, Scuffler. Landtrees, Netting, Chain Harrow, Wheelbar- rows, &c., &c. Harness.-2 Sets Shaft Harness, 1 Set Long Gearing, 2 pairs G.O. Harness, Collars, Bridles. Trap Harness, &c. Dairy Utensils. Di,abol-o" Cream Separator, Chums, Vats, &c. Crops.-SieveraA Sacks of Potatoes, and a quan- tity of oaits on Straw and Hay to go off. LUNCHEON AT 12 O'CLOCK. Sale to Commence at 1.30 to the minute. Three months' credit on approved security for sums abo-,4,, C5, or the usual discount for cash. Ca.stle Street, Brecon, 6th Mareh, 1917. 618/228 Mr. Francis George Price. Marciii 30th.—Sale of Live and Dead Farming Stock, at Wernfawr, Clyro. April 10th.—Sale of Stock, Implements, Household Furniture, &c., 6t Great House, Pipton. April 12th.—Hay Auction Mart. April 19th.—Annual Grass Letting at LOWOT House. Cusop. 1s.6d. Garden Seeds 1 s. 6d, NEW, GENUINE, AND TESTED. AN receipt of Postal Order for 1/6 or 20 stamps, we will send, post free. 1 oz. each of Hollow Crown Parsnip and selected Carrot. i oz. each of White Spanish Onion, Wheeler's Imperial Cab- bage, Savoy, Radish, Early Turnip, and two Packets of BroccoLli (oarly and late); 1 Packet each of Lettuce, Marrow, Cucumber; 6 Packets Choice Flower Seeds. Also for 1/. extra-l Packet each Mustard. Cress, Beet., Pickling Cabbage, Brussels Sprouts. Leek, Cauliflower, Golden Ball Turnip, and with every 2/6 parcel we will send two grand novelties —A Packet of Quite Consent Peas, an extraordin- ary variety producing pods 7 inches in length. and a Packet of Red Giant Runner BrIana-a magni- ficent variety, pods of exceptional length. The above Parous of Finest Quality Seeds for P.O. 2'6 or 32 stamps. GROVES & SON, SKKD MERCHANTS. PIDDLETRENTHIDE, DORCHESTER. 1390p ♦ TENDERS & CONTRACTS. Brecknock Union. TENDERS FOR PROVISIONS, CLOTHING, NECESSARIES, Ac. PERSONS desirous of CONTRACTING for — the supply of any of the following Articles from 1s.t April to 3Ot,h. September, 1917. are re- quested to send SEALED TENDERS on the authorised Form to me at or before 10 o'clock a.m. on FRIDAY, the 23rd MARCH, 1917. namely Meat Clot-hung Oill BreJad Drapery CofiLna Flour Boots Ironmongery Groceries Drugs Garden Manure Milk CoaJ Prints Fish Firewoocf" The Above Articles must be delivered aJt. the Worth- Brecon (excepting such as shall be supplk l to the Out-door Paupers upon orders from the Relieving Officers), free of expense, a-t such times and in such quantities as the Board directs. The Contractors to give seer "ity if (required. Payments made at the end of each quaver. The Board do not pledge themselves to accept the lowest or any Tender. Patterns and samples (of such as can be sent) to be produced at the BOARD ROOM, LION STREET, BRECON, at the above-mentioned time. No Tender will be considered unless made on the authorised Form, and duly signed by the Persons tendering, and witnessed. Farms of Tender niav be obtained at my office. TENDERS (are also REQUIRED (at a rate per mille) for the conveyance by Motor Oar of Patients from alii parts of the Union to .the Workhouse, and to the Asylum at Talgarth. Sealed Tenders to be sent to me at or before 10 a.m. on the above-mentioned date. By Order, E. J. HILL, Deputy Clerk to the Guardians. 19. Castle Street, Brecon, 3rd March, 1917. b606/238 Brecon & Radnor Asylum TALGARTH, BRECONiSHIRE. THE VISITING COMMITTEE of this Asylum 3.re prepared to receive TENDERS for the supply of any of the following (articles during the period stated, viz. PROVISIONS. FLOUR. MARGARINE, BLTC'HER'S MEAT for three months from the 1st day of April next. GROCERIES. NECESSARIES, IRONMONG- EHY. and HOUSE COAL for six months from the 1st day of April next. FISH. DRUGS and DRUGGIST'S SUNDR- IES, EARTHENWARE, STATIONERY, and ATTENDANTS' UNIFORMS. WINDING and REPAIRING CLOCKS for 12 months from the 1st day of April next. Samples of Flour must not be less than 3 lbs. Tenders, accompanied by samples of all articles chat will admit thereof, to he sent to the Asylum not later tliian. Ten o'clock on the morning of Mon- day, the 26th day of March, and superscribed "Tender for as the oase may be. Forms of Tender will be supplied upon applica.- tion to the undersigned. The Visiting Committee do not pledge themselves to accept the lowest or any Tender. A. J. ASTBURY, b614/238 Clerk to the Visiting Committee. Builth Union, CONTRACTS FOR PROYISIONS, CLOTHING, Etc. pERSONS desirous of Contracting with the Board of Guardians of this Union far the supply of all or any of the undermentioned Articles, to be delivered a.t the Workhouse or eQse- where, at such times and in such quantities as the Guardians may order or direct, commencing 1st April next, are requested to send in Sealed Tenders, marked "Tender for and ad- dressed to me at No. 2, Broad Street, Buiith by TEN a.m. on MONDAY, the 12th iost., and samples of all Artirfes admitting thereof to be delivered at the Workhouse- at the siame day and time, viz. For Six Months commencing 1st April. C/othing, &c.. Men's and Boy's Clothing, Brushes and Oil. Boots and Slvxvs, Motor Cars for Conveyance of Patients from any Place within the Area of the Builth Union to Talgarth Asvlum, at per mil e. For Three Months commencing 1st April. Grocery. Spirits, Meat. Bread and Flour, Meai. Hie Lowest or laoy TeuJer wl-ii not be accepted. No tender will be received by the Guardians but on the printed form provided by the Guardians, to be obtained at the Clerk's Office.. By order of the Board. W. W. LENNARD, Union Offices, Deputy Clerk. Bui'.di Wells. 1st March. 1917. FEATHERS WANTED. WE are buyers of all kinds of FEATHERS for cash. Send for price list or send your good. and rely an receiving top at all times. WITTON AND COMPANY, 1329P Exeter Street, Birmingham.