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BRECON. There was no bucine-ss at the borouga poitee cuurt, mi Monday. First Air Mechanic Oswald Jackson. R.F.C. (High Street) "was home, last week, on leave from France. where ho has been about twelve month". "Onoto" and "Swan" Fountain Pens make ideal gifts; absolutely reliable.-A. Hughes and Son, Pen Experts, Brecon. 683 Rev B. Davies-Willnuus, of Porthcawl, will preach at Glamorgan Street Congregational -Church, on Sunday next, at 11 a.m.. and 6.15 p.m. The special value m Gents' Pyja.ma Suits for n?'ht wear to be had at \MB, the Clothiers, are I nl,?lit %-ear to l?e liad at ,att: t?e Clothiers, are very attrad-,ive. You wou l d do well t4) pti-rchase For COUGHS, COLDS, BRONCHITIS and Asthma take Gwillim's celebrated COUGH LINCTUS, in bottles 1/3 each. Sole Proprietor, G-wUlim. Chemist, Brecon. 462/38 Trout fi?hin- ha. cpened with average. promise, and there is a. larger number of ans'eM than usua1 Some P? baskets have been obtained, and the fhh are in k-xc??dingiv satisfactory condition, owing to the mild winter. Mrs Gogs (widow of Mr George Gos.. J.P.. the Wat- ton) who died at the residence of ner daughter, CrO~ Westbourne Crescent, Cardiff, was buried in Llanfrvnach Churchyard, where her husband s body lies. The dectased lady was S3 years of age. Mr F. Robinson, who left the bcrough last week to take up his new appointment as engineer and manager of Swadlincote Urban Council's Gasworks, was present- ed with a silver cigarette case, two pipes in ca.se, and a tobacco pouch by his friends. HOW TO RATION CHILDREN.—Give them "UCAL EMULSION of COD LIVER OIL." It takes the place of MEAT and BUTTER. Store prices 1/3, 2/3, 4{-Brecon Agent Gwillim "M.P.S., Chemist. 402/38 Infirmarv acknowledgments for the week are:—Rab- bit., and los, Mis- Williams, penpont; vegetables, Mrs T Simon, Llanfaes; flower*. Miss Ik':it; plants and r/apers Mr Mitchell; calendars and papers, Mrs Sen- ior; and papers. Miss Bevan, Mr C. Howcrcft and the County Club. A GOOD LIGHT IS A TONIC.-See-uxe this by obtaining your mantles from a reliable source. A large selection of globes and all gas. requisites may be seen at the old address Qsoar AA atkins, Top of Lion Street, Brecon. Excellent Glas3 and Covered Hearse and Car- riages of every description can now be supplied by  l aster, Brecon, whose Samuel Perry, Posting Master Brecon whose charges iare very reasonable. Orders left at 30, Watton, will receive prompt attention. 584 A second instalment of an honours' li-t, published in a supplement to the "London G ^ntaiit tin following awards of Military Meda's to Irecon men —Pte W. Wvatt. South Wales Borderers (LIin- faes, Brecon). and "Driver T. Vaughan, Royal Field Ar- til!ery (Brecon). At St. Mark's Church, on Sunday afternoon last, an address on "Unrest in the Coalfields" wa- given by the Rev. J. A. Lewis, vicar of Aberdare. This was the second of a series of addre^ei? arrangoo for Sunday afternoons during Lent on "Some Problems of National Life There wa-s a goodly congregation, and the ad- dr' was a most interesting one. By special licence, at St. John's Church, Maindee, Newport, on the 14th in.-t., the marriage was solemnis- ed between Miss Alice Stone (fourth daughter of Mr and Mrs Stone. St.. John's Road, Brecon) and Mr G E. Sefton. Expeditionary Force, Frame (third eon of Mr- Sefton and the late Mr Henry Sefton. Maindee, Newport). The bride was given away by her brother-m- law. Mr Walter Davies, and was attended by her sister, Miss Elizabeth Stone. rnder the auspices of the Kensington Women's Guild, a concert was held at the Y.M.C.A. on Wednesday. when the chair was taken by MprWm. NTorri4. The fol- lowing contributed to the programme, viz., Miss Moore, t. Lines, Miss Lewis, Mr Peregrine, Mr Evan Evans, Air WiS< and the quartette party. Mr Musk was the accompanist. The programme was repeat-ed on Friday evening for the .soldiers at. the Y.M.C.A.. when solo* were rendered by Mrs Ross, Sgt. Lines, Pte. Price, Bandsman Clarke, Misses Davies. Rowlands and Lewis, Mr Oscar Watkins and Mr Wise. The chair was taken by Dr. Smith. A collection was taken at the close in aid of the Y.M.C.A. An old inhabitant passed away last week. in the per- son of Mrs Winifred Evans. 4. Promenade, widow of the Rev. James Walker Evans, late palter of Kensington Baptist Chapel, who died on Friday at tha age of 96 vears. The funeral took place on Tuesday. A service was held in Kensington Chapel, prior to the cortege leaving for the Cemeterv, where the interment took place. Deceased had been a faithful member of Ken- sington Chapel fcr the long period of 71 years. The chief mourners were Mrs R. T. Griffiths (Hay), and Mrs Powell, Park View. Three Cocks. The funeral was at- terded by the deacon- and members of the chapel. Rev. John Meredith, Hereford (a former pastor of the chapel) officiated. The coffin of polished oak, witli hra", fit- tings, bore the iription. "Winifred Evans, died Feb- ruary 22nd. 1918. aged 06 vears." and was supplied by Mr T. Powell, The Struet, and Mr S. Perry supplied the hearse and mourning coaches. Bethel C.M. Sunday School prize-distribution proved a very pleading success. Rev. D. J. Henry presided, and the following contributed to the programme, viz., Irona Kvan-s, Edith Bp van, Gwyneth Roberts, Litia.s Jones, Myfanwv Jones, Claudian Evans, Ifor Evans, Mary Mor- gan, Ronald Evans, Olwen Jones, Ifer Havard, Gwen- Tiie Jones, Teify Jones, Trevor Jones, Ronald Mo Adam, and Violet Morris. Awards for attendance and good eonduct were made to Dulsie Jones, Ivy Nicholson, Evelyn Morris, Bertie Duffy, Betty Walters. Vesta Me- Adam, Claudian Evans, Irona, Evans. Fred Duffy, Olwen Jones, Gertrude Havard. Olwen Powell, Gladys Powell, E- Ifor J. HaN-- Bernard MeAdam, Ronald Evans, G. Duny, Ifor J. Hav- ard. Trevor Jone., Ronald MeAdam, if)' Jone?, Osc?r Owen, Gwyneth Roberts, Jennie Roberts, Edith Bevan, Myfanwy Jones, R. Roberts, Thomas Roberts, Robert Roberts, Nellie Roberts, Katie Roberts and Ivor Evans. Accompaniments were played by Mrs J. L. Ree." Mr Stanley Owen and Mr S. MeAdam.