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u -1 BRECON. -1 I >lr Jonn UWffll, Abergavenny, will conduct the services a.t G-k morgan Street Congregational Church on Sunday, Matrcli lith. HOSPITAL FOR FOUNTAIN PExs.-Any make Pen quickly and cheaply repaired.—A. Hughes and Son, Stationers. 683 NEURALGIA, Toothache, Faceache, and all Nerve troubles, aTe quickly cured by GAYILLIM'S "EURALGIA TONIC. Battles 1/3.—GWIL- LIM. STORE CHEMIST, BRECON. 213/218 WONDERFUL BARGAINS in NOTE PAPER and ENVELOPES, and all kinds of Stationery.— KNIGHT, VIADUCT HOUSE, STRUET, BRECON. 851 Among Brecon men home on leave this week are Lieut. Geof. Shapland (son of Mr and Mrs Shapland) who has seen active service in France where he was wounded; and Sergt. Fred James, who has been out in the East with the Brecknocks. News has been received by Mr Clarke, Newgate Street, that his son, Pte. Wm. Clarke, S. W. B. Was killed in action on Friday, the 23rd ult. Deep sympathy i. extended to the bereaved family in their loss. Pte. Clarke has been out with the Borderers from the com- mencement of the war. 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 At the police court, on Thursday, Wm. Marsh, former- ly employed at Brecon, was brought up charged with ailowing his wife and her child to become chargeable to the Brecon L'nion. Defendant was arrested at Swin- don. An order to pay f5 6s lid and court costs was made. Enemy to Health, Uric Acid, cleared by Back- sohe Banishers, the Reliable Kidney Pill; certain results in Gravel, Lnmbago; delay dangerous; poet 1/3; sample free.-Reynolds, Chemist, Hir- wain. 686p At the County Police Court, on Friday, Morgan H. Evans, Felinoewydd, Talybont, was summoned by Morgan Davies, school attendance officer, for not send- ing his three children, aged 13, 10. and 7 years, re- spectively, to school regularly. It was stated that re- peated warnings had been given. Defendant, who did not appear, was fined 21. including costs. Lieut. T. W. :1. Francis is improving most satisfac- torily after his operation, on February 26th, for removal of a small tumour on rielit ankle, the result of the shell wound he received a month ago. The explosion of the shrapnel shell, besides wounding him above the right knee, forced his ankle against a piece of pro- truding iron in the trench, and a small tumour formed and had to be cut out. He hopes to resume duty at the front very shortly. 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 early examination should be mutually beneficial. Our photo en- largements oontinue to give the utmost sa.tis- faction for QUALITY rand PRICE. They are unsurpassed. Note the old address—OSCAR WATKINS, the Wallpaper Supply Stores, 13, a,nd 14, LION STREET, BRECON. 729/233 The funeral of the late Mr Allan K. Parry, of Merthyr Tydfil, took place on Thursday last, the place of in- t/eroient being Cefn Cemetery. The officiating minister was the Rev. J. A. Jones, of High Street Baptist Chapel, who also conducted a short service at the house. The mourners were Mr Roy Parry, Brecon (brother). Driver Noel Parry, R.F.A.. Woolwich (brother), Mr T. I. Powell, Talyllyn (cousin), Mr Dd. Pugh, Merthyr (father-in-law), Mr Tom James, Merthyr (brother-in-law}, Mr Tom Bell, Cwmtaf (brother-in-law), Mr H. Rothero, Cefn (brother- in-law), Mr Kirby Eade, Cefn (brother-in-law), Mr J. Gould, Cefn (brother-in-law), Mr B. James, Troedyrhiw, and Mr Dd. Howells, Merthyr. Several floral tributes were sent. Thanks to the enterprise of the proprietors, a treat is in store for Brecon cinema goers. On Thursday, Friday and Saturday of next week the official pictures of the battle of the Ancre and advance of the tanks will be screened. There are five reels, and each part contains thrilling incidents and striking episodes in the field. The Gene-ral Headquarters is responsible for the censorship of these films, and allows nothing in the nature of a "fake" to be shown. The pictures are authentic and taken on the battlefield. For the show- ing of these special films the times of performances are -Thursday, 6 and 8.30; Friday, matinee at 2, 6, and R; and Saturday, matinee at 2, and continues till 10. The prices are as usual. St. David's Day euiehrations at the Girls' County School, though not taking the usual form of an eistedd- fod, were voted by all to be a great success. The pro- ceedings began in the afternoon by saluting the flag to the strains of the March of the Men of Harlech. Then followed St. David's Day song; other musical items were Captain Morgan's March, and Hen Wlad fy Sbadau by the girls; "Doli" by Gladys Morgan, Ithywiin" as a duet by Vesta Owen and Betty Owen, "Codiad yr Hedydd" by Evie Jones," "Bells of Aber- dovey" by Mary Morgan and Nellie Prioe, "Tros y gareg" by a party of form II. girls, "Tra bo Dau" by Ray Davii s, Olive Tyler, and Alwyne Rowlands. The short papers given by the mistress were the chief fea- ture of the programme. Miss Evans gave an instructive- outline of the religious men of Wale.s. Miss Moore dealt in an appreciative manner with the poets of Wales, with illustrations from their works recited in good "tyle by Gretta Phillips. Miss Lewis's paper on Welsh Musicians was fresh, suggestive and fluently de- livered. whilst Miss Wallis delighted the audience by her excellent though all too brief sketch of Welsh Politicians, special prominence toeing given to Mr T. E. Ellis and Mr Lloyd George. Olive Tyler proposed and Lily Prosper -econdfd a vote of thanks to the readers of the papers, which Miss Davies described as a rare











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