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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 therefrom. Every care is taken to ensure the prompt insertion of all adverti>emcnts 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 he liable for any loss occasioned by the failure of an advertisement to appear in any specified week, or at all' from any j cause whatever. | Advertisements and replies are only accepted subject I to the above conditions. I Igir- Copies of the "Brecon and Radnor Express" or "Radnor Express" can be sent to .subscribers by post as follows-United Kingdom, 13 weeks for 2/2; 26, 4/4: 52, 8/8; France and British Colonies, 10/10 per annum; U.S.A., neutral countries, 1-3/- per annum (payable in advance). j SITUATIONS VACANT. I CAPABLE General wanted immediately; good wages; references.—Harding, Monachty, Farm, Cabalfa, Cardiff. 536p/44 "PiRAPERY.—Young ladies required for all de- partments.—Thomas :and Ad cook, Bre- con. 581p!213 X^XPERIENCED House-Parlourmaid required; I small family. Apply—Mr D. W. Jones, I Rook wood, Merthyr Tydfil. 546p/143 GIRL wanted, for farm house. able to milk, j .4,p p I rs Price, Lane Farm, Clyro, • Hereford. 596p/73 J.OOD Cook-General at once; good wages.—I Carter, Greyhound Hdtel, Newport. I 457pl43 f^J_OOD General wanted, about 18 years, or oider. ) Apply—Lenoil Cottage, Hay. 897/61/73. GOOD Goneral wanted immediately; good wages; comfortable home; references. Ap- j ply—Frowen, [Somerset Hotel, Abertillery. I 508p/165 GOOD General wanted; three in family; good — wages; good home.—Mrs Rowland. Holmes- tower, Djnas Powis. Cardiff. 971/62/73 TTOUSE-Parlourmaid required; two in family; — insurance paicl.-Apply, seating age and re- ferences, to Miss Finlay, Angelton House, Bridg-I end. 506p/73 T IMBEP. Fellers wanted. Replies to Box 807/60/73 "Express" Office, Brecon.  rPIMBER Hauliers.—Wanted price for hauling j' timber to Stations in Cheshire, Denbighshire, nad Montgomeryshire. Replies to Box 808/60/73 "Express" Office, Brecon. I HE PEARL ASSURANCE COMPANY, re- T quires addition?! Agents, whole or spare time, throughout Breconshire, part of Hereford and Radnor. Excellent terms for those who can in- troduce business. Assistance given. Up-to-date prospectuses including National War Bonds by easy instalments. Applications from ladies in- vited. Apply-Willia-ing, Gower House, Bre- can. 451p/73 WANTED smart boy as apprentice to Printing 1. Trade. Apply Manager, "Express", Office, Brecon. WANTED, Lady Clerk; also young lady for shop.—Tombs, Registry, 10, Penylan Road, Cardiff. 294p7318 WANTED, a Cook, small dairy, between-maid kept; also a (house-parlourmiaid; friends might suit. Apply-Mrs Crawshay, Dimlands, Llantwit Major, Glamorgan. 461p/73 WANTED, youth, about 17, for furnishing de- i partment, trustworthy, and smart at figures. I State wages and experience. Appty—"A," c/o "Express" Offices, Brecon. 839/47/143 WANTED, liealtl)y reliable girl, nursemaid for baby six months old. Apply-Irs Rogers, Aberedw, Builth Wells. 505p/73 \V AKTED.-Hclp in small faritilioiise; middle- aged person preferred. Apply-J. A. c/o H. R. Grant, Hay. 890,61/7 ) TTTANTED House-Parlourmaid (housemaid kept): good i-eferetice-, essential.—Mrs liennie Brewer, Boughrood House, Brecon. 515p/73 YU"ANTED, Maa to haul flour, &c., and attend to 2 or 3 cows: must be )ver military age, or ineligible for Arm v.—M. H. Hope, Newbri'dge- on-Wye, Rads. 910 61/73 TT/'ANTED, young Girl, about 15. for house- hold duties; general kept.—Mrs Davies, Lower Porthamal, Three Cocks, R.S.O. 911/61/73 TX/'ANTED, Shepherd for 'hill farm; must be good hedger; cottage Mnd garden found; ?Iso wag goner, indoors.—Gwillim, Llanthony, ,a lso waggùner, Indoors. Abergavenny. 529p/143 lT AXTED, boy 14-15, -as in-door servant. Ap- pl,v-Cliris-t College, Brecon. 538p/143 TTTANTED immediately, three experienced Hauliers to convey by waggons or traction engine, timber Jrom Treverward Flann, Knighton, either to Knighton or Bucknell Stations also, four experienced timber fellers. Apply, stating teams -D. Jones, Timber Merchant, Llwynvroos, Llan- dovery. ,30/Gl/143 WANTED, good General (plain cooking). Ap- ply—Mrs J. Yaughan Jones, "Elviaston," Broadway, Llandrindod Wells. 9-24i()llH3 'V A?\'Î'ED, a smart young lady as apprentice (' for drapery. Applv—London Honse, Builth for driij)(-r y AI)p'jy-London House, Bti llth Wells. 93061/143 WANTED, pit-sawyers, one pair. Apply- Price and Williams, Builth Wells. 931/47/143 TITANTED several round timber hauliers, good 'wages and regular woI rk.-] 'o,-nn And Sons, Newport. Mon. — t PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. Y\r ANTED good Cook-Genciial, who can milk in emergency, and help to make butter.— Cantref Rectory, Brecon. 555p/213 WANTED Shepherd and Stockman; liberal wages to suitable man; keep a cow is pre- ferred.—Williams, Trippleton, Leintwardine. 953/62/143 WANTED Housemaid or Between-maid, 15th March. Apply by letter first to Box 958/62/213 "Express" Office, Brecon. WANTED workman to follow horses and do other necessary work, good wages paid to suitable man. Jones, CwincafiiJais, Senny- bridge. 560p/2i3 \YAKTED two respectable persons for house- mtaid and wardmaid, £ 20 each; uniform ?provi(led; good posts.—Matron, ayley Green, Hospital, Stourbridge, Worcestershire. 562p/213 ITfANTED. good GeDerat Servant. Apply— Matthews. Pengai?h, Llandrindod Wells. 962/51/213 W A T E D, a girl about 18, to ,assist in shop. Applv — Lock, Fruiterer, Llandrindod Wells. 961/51/213 TIT"ANTED immediately, experienced Parlour- maid-Waitress; useful iiiia,id to assist with linen; laundry-maid and kitchenmaid. Apply— Lansdowne. Llandrindod. 565p/213 WANTED BAR ASSISTANTS for the Cambrian Railways Co. 's Refreshment Rooms from Mardh 1st. preference given to ex- perienced hands (over 18 years of age), to take charge of Summer Stations re-opening May 1st. For particulars and form of application apply. enclosing stamp, copies of recent 'testimonials (and photo for interview). Manager, Refreshment Dept., Welshpooi Station. 967/62/143 TV" AX TED a General Servant. Appy-Mrs Powell. wan HoteL Hay. 973/62/114 WANTED Waitress, also Housemaid Waitress, with good references. Apply—Hotel Phis Winton, Llandrindod Wells. 974/62 WANTED. Cook-Genera 1, Gardener, and Be- tween-inaid 5 in family; 3 maids; good wages ;cottage or live in.-lrs Cepper, St. Weonard-S. Hereford. 576p/213 TirANTED immediately, good Cowman, 32/- ,weekIN-. with cottage and .gtudcn.-Da vies, Cefn. near Pontypridd. 577p/213 WANTED, staid, respectable, 'and capable per- son as General; wages eighteen pounds. l Apply, stating age, full particulars, and refer- prices, to Thomas Evans, Cross Hotel, Pontur- I dawe. 579p/283 WANTED Housekeeper for cottage, one boy 5 years; good home to suitable person. Ap- ply, bating age and wages, Price, Ditchycid, Walton, Kington. 573p/73 SITUATIONS WANTED. T ADY, life experience in grocery, desires post as .housekeeper and assist business; highest references; full particulars on application to Box 513p/73, "Express" Office, Brecon. SITUATION Wanted.—Gardener and bailiff or estate manager, 38 years' practical exper- ience of garden, farm and stock, age 52, married, one child (seven); highest references, 14 years last place; active and ho&Miy.—Astridge, Stan- bridge. Reynoldston, Glamorgan. 530p/73 W AKTED, position as lady-clerk, competent book-keeper. Apply—534p/143, "Express," Brecon. » < ATED situation Brecon, for cripple boy, age 14, as clerk or learn tailoring; 7th stan- dard. For particulars, apply Box 558p/213 "Ex- press." j WANTED a situation as house-keeper in Llan- drindod district; farm house preferred used to children. Apply, Box 577p/213 "Express" Office, Brecon. FARMS FOR SALE OR TO LET. j To be let, Pe.ny.worloddserth, Lianigon, 40 acres with thill right. Apply—A. Saunders, Blainau, Llanigon, Hay. 578p/283 APARTMENTS WANTED AND TOILET. I TJED-Sitting room to let, in Biecon, furnished, — for young lady; good position. For terms apply Box 550p/143, "Express" Office, 13reeon. HOUSES WANTED, FOR SALE, OR TO LET. rPO-LET, cottage and garden in Cregrina Vil-  lage, from March 25th.-Apply to C. Evans, Edw View, Crcgrina, Builth Wells. 491p/213 T O-LET.-I,'roni Lady Day next, Redwood Cottage, Llanfairwaterdiue, Salop, with buildings and 14 acres of land. Apply-E. Nicholls, Llandewy, Penybont, Rads. 891/61/73 To Let, Glanrafon, Builth Wells, from May lst; 8 bedrooms, bath-room, h. and c., 3j reception rooms, kitchen and scullery, and good I kitchen gardeii.-Apply, Mrs Prosser, Bryntirion, Builth. 918/47/73 LOST AND FOUND. ) T OST, from Hondon, Bryngwyn, since end of November, 9 Welsh Ewes (1 black); pitched M on ribs, dark raddle marks round loins and crup.—Information to Mantle, Gwendwfnant, Walton, Kington. 516p73 T OST, black foxhound -dog, white collar and feet, rough coated; ;also, white foxhound oitch, damaged tail, tattoo mark G.H. inside, each ear.—Rees, Maesffvnon, Aberdare. 520p73 T OST from Pantybailcy farm, Cwmdu, five Welsh yearling sheep, pitched R.S. dark. raddle on loins and shoulder, spittle, mark under right. O notch over, split left, notch under. Ap- plv-Police Constable Jones, Llangynidr, Crick- howell. 541p/143 T OST from Nantygwreillyn Farm, Merthyr Cynog, tliree ewes, pitch mark, J.W. en rump; ear 'mark, two holes in left ear and a slit in right ear. Applyohn Williams.- 574p/213 CJTRAYED to Linwent, Llanbadarn-fyDyddJ mountain pony; owner can have on paying ex- penses.—Thomas George. 478p STHAYED to Llwyiifedii-eii, Libanus. near Bre- con. since September, Cross Ryeland Ewe; cut point off left, pickle split on right, raddle over loins. Owner can have on paying expenses.— j A. Lewis. 559p/213. FOR SALE OR PURCHASE. I ARMY BOOTS.—Second-hand, 6's, 7's, 8's, 9's, 10's 5/6 per pair, carriage paid'; ready for II wear; money returned if not satisfied.—J. Smith, Ross Works, Birksland Street, Bradford. 351p/283 ARMY B(X>ts.—Gigantic sale at Deaves, Army I Boot Contractor. 158, St. Luke Road, Bed- minster, Bristol. We handle the best only. We re- Isde and iheel like new wiuh best Government leatlier. Plain, studded or plugged soles, toe and; heel tips, 10/6, 12/6, postage 6d. Satisfaction j or money returned. 556p/305 FOR Sali.Two'horses, suit farmer.—Apply, "W," "Exprc.ss," Brecon. 920/47/73 I PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. I IE;, r:=S: 0'3, | 10' s, 0/6 pair; better, 7/6; carriage paid; 'ready for wear;' money returned- If not satisfied. Trade supplied.—J. Smith, Government Contrac- tor, Ross Worksr Birksland Street, Bradford, Established 20 years. Mention "Brecon and Radnor Express." 552p!a05 ¡ lTOH Sale, second-hand treadle Singer's sewing machine.-ApplJ,' 526/73, "Express," Brecon. JOIl Sale, stage scenery, good drops, room wajjt- ed. Apply-T. H. Jones, Dolgerddt-ti, j Builth. 929/47.14 r^ !J.OOD RATS are the rats that have been rationed with Rodine. It makes the final rat ration. Safe, sure and speedy. 6d, 1/ 3/- and 5/ post, 3d.-Harley, Chemist, Perita. Agents :-Stanton, 26, High Street, Brecon; D. 1. Williams, Llanwrtyd; H. J. Sparey, General j Stores, Presteign; J. Ward, Builth Wells; J. Blower, Knighton and Craven Arms; J. Nicholas, Drug Stores, Llandovery. 644/42/7318 piANO BARGAINS.—Godfrey Yacht Pian.) in — oak case (when new 50 guineas), 420; Pleyel upright in hand, painted case, £ 38; Murdoch player-pifano, in good order, £ 45; Gollard and Colla-rd, Upright (when new, 75 guineas), £ 46; all instruments delivered ca-rr riage paid. Write for complete catalogue and bargain list to C. Milsom & Son, Ltd., The Great West of Eland.Piano House, 15, Milsom Street, Bath. 91/24 TT^ALL PAPER, of best designs and ?ood q?al. ity, can be ooughat TYLER'S, BUL. WARK, BRECON, as cheap aa any house in the trade. See the quality of the paper in the roll before buying. 252 TO woodcutters, owners, etc.—Wanted any- quantity of Pea and Bean Sc lets, for caali. P a.rt ic ulA is. -Preece., Timber Merchant, Caerleon Road, Newport, Men. 543p 44 PICTURES, well framed, hundreds of patterns. I See the new, neat, polished wood moulding, can be cleaned and always looks new.-Tyler and Son, Bulwark, Brecon. 252 WANTED, second-hand piano. Apply, 527/273, "Express," Brecon. WANTED, old dark blue dishes and plates, with English and American views; also old china marked Nantgarw, Swansea or Cambrian. Apply by letter to Box 509p, "Express" Office, Brecon. 509p/283" WANTED, good eating potatoes, swedes and parsnips, any quantity. Full particulars to Connor, Ltd., 4, St .Helen's Road, Swansea. Established over 20 years. 544p/143 TTTTANTED, a few tons of good eating potatoes. Write, Lock, Fruiterer, Llandrindod Wells. 960/51/213 WOHTH KNOWING. Kill the microbes in your nostrils by using "No&<roline" cura- tive antiseptic and you simply cannot catch or continue tohla ve Head Colds, Nasal Catarrh and. other infectious disorders of the nose. Try it M Of chemists everywhero 1/3 (by post 1/5). Sold by W. Gwillim, 46, High Street, Brecon; A. E. Evans. 46, Beaufort Street; A. M. Jones, 73, King S'treet, Brynmawr; H. T. Roberts, Aber- gavenny; T. A. Coltman and J. Ward, Builth W. H. Kirkland, High Street, Crickhowell; G. M. Perkins, Knighton; R. H. Evans and W. W. Johnson, Llandrindojl; B. C. Prytherch, W. J. Williams. Llanwrtyd: J. Parry and Co., Senny- bridge; J. Parry, Talgarth; A. R. Davies, Pres- teign, land most chemists elsewhere. 435p9119 TTTANTED ladies second-hand Cycles. Send particulars to Box 575p/213; "Express" Office, Brecon. WANTED to purchase one or "two second-hand couches, also armchairs, in good condition. Apply, stating prices to Box 582p/213, "Express" Office, Brecon. W ALLP APEHS I-Any Quantity, large or email, supplied at Wholesale Prices. Lar- gest stock in Great Britain. Write for patterns stating class required.—(Dept. 223), Barnett Wallpaper Co., Ltd., Manchester. 245p/30518 100 000 dozen Rabbits Skins wanted, 5/6 per dozen, in 20 dozen lots and upwards.—Thos. Horton, Merthyr. 784/59/143 Pi 000 ^,iaranteed. Wanted for Ministry xilooo '\Iilnl tl()ns scrap lead £ 25, heavy wrought horse shoes, wheel baiids, C6, steel £ 5 ton. Top prices brass, copper, zinc, electric battery plates, disused portables, boilers, mortar mills, through -mixed Mgs, tailor's woollen clips 1/2 lb. Buyers broken glass, crushed corned beef rhns, 4 ton lots, horse fat and bones, through rabbft skins 6/- dozen, old bagging 1Q0/- ton, also motor tyres, paper, etc. Anything purchased.—Thonnas Hor- ton, Government Contractor, Merthyr. 383p/43' AGRICULTURAL. A Well-Known Stockbreeder says, "The value of Stanton's Inflammation Drenches should be more widely known." For ewes aIfter lambing. cows, after calving, and iall cates of fever, un- equalled. lOd. each, 9/6 dozen.-Stanton, Veter- inary Clietn I'st,- Brecon. 28/2-25/4 "LIATTEN your Pigs and stock generally with Cod Liver Oil, its effect is marvellous an-d with feeding stuffs at their present value it is a most economical food. 1/9 and 3/- bottles, or prices for quantity on application.—Stanton. Veterinary Chemist, Brecon. 28/2-28/3 FRUIT Trees in endless form and varieties. Hose and Evergreen Shrubs. Privets and Thorns for hedging; also larch trees. Send for price lisle, in which I'll defy competition in qual- ity and price. Orders now booked far Spring it.?- and pr ce. OrdIe'ras .ntsn.o- I N" Ewart Tbon-i,a?." Onion and Tomato Plants.—W. Ewart Thomas, F.R.H.S., The Nurseries, Upper Loughor. Glam. 554p/114 F OOT ROT. An infallible cure is Badger's — Foot Rot Lotion, properly applied, it never fails. Fifty years' reputation. 1/ 1/9 and 3/- bottles.—Stanton, Veterinary Chemist, Brecon. 7/3-25/4 TF it doesn't Pay to feed Cattle, it certainly 1 doesn't pay to feed Rats. Rats, Mice, and Moles instantly destroyed by Stanton's Rat Poison. 6d and f/ paèkets.St'anton, Veterin- ary Chemist, Brecon. 7/3-25/4 IN every case of Lambing which requires hand- ling, use Stanton's Carbolised 'Lambing Oils. Saves hundreds of Ewes yearlv. No flockmaster should be without it. 1/9, double size 3/— Stanton, Veterinary Chemist, Brecon. 28/2-28/3 T AMBING Season, Lamb Teats, Veterinary — Syringes, Clinical Thermometers, Stanton's Curbolised Lambing Oils, and Inflammation 1-)rene lies.-S tan ton, Veterinary Clflfcnist, Bre- con. 28/2-28/3" MOLESKINS, Fox, Otter and Rabbit Skins 1 bough't. Highest London market prices paid, by return of post.—M. Gordon, 104, Brank- some Road, London, S.W. 2. 475p/143 IVTOLESKINS wanted.—Increased prices paid — by oldest regular buyers. Prompt pay- ment.—J. H. Smith and Co.. 10. Friday Street, London. E.C. 889/61/73 PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. "YTILK.—Milk selling is so much less labour than butter-making, and will prove more profit- able. Send your milk to Samuel, St. Cadog Dairy, Swansea. Any informa,tion can be had from Samuel, Erwgilfach Farm, Builth Wells. 488p/213 lyCOLESKINS wanted, always stretched & dried also. Hare, Ottetrs, Fox. I give best price 5d. each offered for Good rabbit skins. Cash return post.—Thomas Price, Furrier, Harewood House. Cardiff. 479p/95 "MOLRAT" Moles Poison.—Infallible, safe, speedy. Destroy the Moles. 1/6 packets. Sprinkle coultents on earthworms, lay in moles' track. Chemists everywhere.—Hugh Davies, Chemist, Machynlleth, Wales. Agent Stanton, Chemist, Brecon. 227p/28318 J J t AT OLE SKINS "There's money in moles." Sell to the largest buyers—"The Furriers of the West. "—Edwards and Sons, Hereford. Secure prompt payment. Another advance in price this winter. 11 Write for particulars. 428p/283 MOLESKINS, Fox. Otter and Cat Skins A bought; highest London market prices paid by return of post.—M. Gordon. 104, Brank- somc Read, London, S.W. 2. 580p/213 RATS, Moles, Micc, instantly destroyed by —— Stanton's Hat Poison. 6d and 1/- packets. —Stanton, Veterinary Chemist, Brecon. 7,,3-31,3 STEAM Tractors, Steam Wagons, Traction En- gines, Road Locomotives, Traction Wagons, Portable Engines, Thrashing Machines, Road Rol- lers; etc., for Sale, Second-hand. Full list free. i ?-i terms arranged. Portables, Rollers, etc., for Hire. Thrashing Belts of all kinds. Modern Machinery as above purchased.—Only address: Henry Lewis and Sons, Thames Bank Iron Works, Reading. Telephone 201. 1799p/6-6-18 TO Farmers.—The Newmarket Powders bring — a horse quickly into first-rate condition and health. Purify the blood, sharpen the appetite, lalnd make the coat shine like satin. None better invented. Prepared only by T. A. Coltman, M.P.S., The Pharmacy, Builth Wells. Agent for Molrat, the new Mole and Rat Poison, 1/6. 1867/250 WAP, ON BATS.—"Rodine" Rat Poison i-titak-es a clean sweep in one night. Dead vermin dry up. Absolute extermination guaranteed. Swift and deadly. Tins, 6d. 1/ 2' 3/ 5/ post, 2d.-Harley, Chemist, Perth. Agents :— Stanton, 26, High Street. Brecon: D. 1. Williams. Llanwrtyd; H. J. Sparey, General Stores, Pres- teign; J. Ward, Builth Wells; J. Blower, Knigh- ton and Craven Arms; J. Nicholas, Drug Stores, Llandovery. • 566p/305 TlfANTED to rent close to Llandrindod Wclls, 10" to 20 acres rough pasturage (unsuitable for ploughing) and woodland, with cottage. Ap- ply—W., c/o W. H. Smith and Son, Station I Crescent. LIandrindod Wells. 956/62/213 SSyANTED, about April, tack for six yearling heifers, in one or two lots. Apply to Farmer, c/o Howard Lewis, Stationer. Builth Wells. Fop/na WANTED always stretched and dried mole- skins; also cat, otter, badger, hare and rabbit skins; good prices.—Thomas Price, Hare- wood House, Cardiff. 219P POULTRY. EGGS arc dearer. Why not increase your OVUM Thorley's Poultry Spice with the soft mash, tou can get some at John Morris & Son. Supply Stores, Builth Wells. 909/45/73 EVERYBODY knows that in Spring when in- sects are plentiful, eggs are plentiful as well. To get eggs in Winter give your birds Karswood (harmless) Poultry Spice, containing ground in- sects. Packets 2d, 6d, l/Perkins, 6, High Street, Knighton. 432p73 F OR Sale, pure bred light and speckled Sussex t'ggs, 5/- dozen. -\Vllliains, Llanddew Court. Brecon. 535p/143 pULLETS laying, 6/. each, 70/- dozen; 12 — chicks and mother, 20/ list 30 breeds free. —Hnmmell, Straltford, Essex. 472p/66 WHITE Leghorn eggs for sitting, 5/- dozen. Barron Padmans excellent laying strain. been laying all winter.-Braine, the Pheasantary. Builth Wells. 512p/73 You should use Ovum Thorley's Poultry Spice. Why? Because it keeps the birds in a. fine healthy condition; helps them through the moult and assists nature and produces an abundance of eggs. OVUM is sold by W. M. Davies and Co., The Stores, Sennybridge. 908/45/114 MISCELLANEOUS. Eyes, ARTIFICIAL Legs, Arms, Hands, Eyes, Crutches, Leg-irons, Trusses, "Sheller's Easifit" Trusses, Spine Supports; lady attendant —Ladies' Belts, Belt-Corsets, Elastic Stockings, etc.-Allen Pearce, 23, Charles Street, Cardiff. Telephone 1282. List Free. 189 AUCTION APPOINTMENTS. Messrs. Miller, Powell & Co. (F.A.I.) March 12tli.-Taigartli Auction Mart. .Ifareli 19th.-Breeon Auction Mart. -March 20t ,Sale cf Stock, Implement. at Cae Pare, Trallong. March 22"d.-Sate of Freehold Propert' y at the Tower Hotel, Talgarth. March 23rd.—Sale of Stock, Implement* and Furniture at Maesllwydart, Sennybridjje. March 25tti.-Sale of Stock and Implements at Cilmery Farm, Builth Wells. Cae Pare, Trallong. "VTESSRS. MILLER. POWELL and CO. have received instructions from the representa- tives of the late Mr David Moses to Sell by Public Auction at the above place on WEDNESDAY, MAECTL20rli. 1918, the whole of the. STOCK, IMPLEMENTS. DAIRY UTENSILS, &c.. as follows HORSES,-Verv useful Cart Mare in foal. CATTLE.—Cow wi'th calf at foot and a Cuw to calve in April, both excellent milkers, 2 Yearl- ing Heifers. SHEEP.-30 Ewes in ycan or with ilamb, 3 Yearling do., 4 Yearling Sheep. 1 Ram. IMPLEMENTS.—Gambo, Plough, pair Har- rows, -Chaffcutter. Turnipcutter, Sheep Rack. JiVheelbarrotw, Ladder, &c., &c. HARNESS.—1 Bridle; 2 Collars, Cart Saddle and Breechband, set Long Gearing. G.O. Har- ness, Saddle and Bridle. 6 Pikles, 4 Rakes, Heel Rake, Hedge-bills. Hay Knife, &c. DAIRY UTENSILS.—End over end Churn. 3 Milk Pans, Cream Pan. Cheese Vats. Milking Tini.Steelvards.-&c. Also a- qiltinfity of POTA- TOES. Sale at 2.30 p.m. prompt. b976,49/142 AUCTION APPOINTMENTS. Messrs. David & W. J. Price. Friday, March 8th.-Sale of Chairs, etc., at Brecon Produce Market. Monday, March lith.-Sale of Fat and Store Stock at Talybcnt Mart. Tuesday. March 12th.-Sale of Fat and Store Stock at Sennybridge Mart. Tuesday, March lotti.-Sale of Stock and Implements at Brecon' Market. _Alareh .-Iiale of Residential Villa at Builth Wells. Saturday. March 30tti.-Aiinual Grass Letting at Bol- goed. Monday, April 8th.—Annual Grass Letting at Scethrog. Saturday, April 13th.-Annual Grass Letting at Aberys- kir. Thursday, April I-kth.-Aiinual Grass Sale at Plas, Llangorse. Thursday, April 25th, Annual Grass Letting at Llwyn- llwyd. Brecon Poultry Market. FRIDAY, MARCH 8th, 1918. "VTESSRS. DAVID & W. J. PRICE will sell by J: Auction a large number of Wicker Basket Chairs of various sizes, etc.. the property of Mr Garland. Sale at 12.30 prompt. 1)944/48/73 Talybont Auction Mart. MONDAY, MARCH 11th. 1918. SALE of FAT and STORE STOCK. Sennybridge Auction Mart TUESDAY, MARCH 12th, 1918. SALE of FAT and gTORE STOCK. NOTE.-These will be the last open macts when Male Calves can be sold. The new order comes into force on the 16th inst. MESSRS. DAVID AND W. J. PlaCE, Auctioneers. Builth Wells. SALE OF A BEAUTIFUL DETACHED YILLA. lyjESSRS. DAVID & W. J. PRICE will offer for Sale by Auction early in March the beautiful Freehold Villa, known as the STRAND," Builth Wells. Further particulars next week. 'b945/48 Messrs. James Striker, Son aRd, Chad wick. TO FARMERS, BUILDERS AND WHEELWRIGHTS. LLANGYNIDR Timber Yard and Saw Mills, BRECONSHIRE. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20th. J STRAKER SON" & CHAD WICK, F.A.I., :are favoured with instructions from Messrs. A. Jones and Sons, Ltd., to Sell by Aucdon, a large quantity of Surplus PLANKING, BOARDS, GATES. GATE POSTS, HURDLES, &c., including Ash, Elm, Oak and ot-her Planking, Oak and Elm Coffin Boards, quantity of Larch, Elm, and Chestnut Boards, Gates, Gate Posts, Hurdles, Felloes, Spokes, smiall Timber Carriage, for three tons, several sets of Single Harness, Lady's Saddle, e*tc. Sale at 2 o'clock sharp. Terms strictly Cash. Auctioneers' Offices, Abergavenny and Crickhowell. b937/62/142 Messrs. Price & Evans. Smithfield, Builth Wells. ATESSRS. PRICE AND EVANS are favoured A with instructions from H. C. Thomas. Esq., Hendre Einon Farm, Builth Wells, to Sell bv Public Auction at the Sinitlifield, on MONDAY. MARCH 11th, 1918, 140 KERRY AND PAD-NOR, EWES CROSSED (Mostly Yearlings, some two-year-olds. a. few three-year-olds). SALE TO COMMENCE AT 11 A.M. -N'CE AT 11 A. '-N l. Terms at Time of Sale. Six months credit on approved security or the usual discount for cash. b977/51 73 Mr. T. J Phillips; Tuesday, March 8th.-Brecon Horse Marr. Martin H. Hope, MERCHANT, Newbridge-on-Wye, Rads. (Successor to D. Davies, Esq., Established 52 years.) g FLOUR. GRAIN. FORAGE. FEEDING STUFFS. MANURES. Prices upon application. b976/62 213 AUCTION APPOINTMENTS. Mr. Francis George Price. March Ilth.-liale of Live and Dead Farming Stock, New Hotir-e, Bryngwyn. March 12tii.-Talgarth Auction Mart. March 13th.—Sale at Wernycwm. Boughrood. New House Farm, BRYNGWYN. Attractive Sale of 11 CROSS-BRED CATTLE, 76 CROSS KERRY & WELSH SHEEP, 7 HORSES, IMPLEMENTS, GEARING. FPA-NCLS GEO. PRICE is favoured with instructions from Mr W. Parry (who is leaving), to Sell by Auction, on 1 ? 13. -on MONDAY. MARCH 11th, 1918. CATTLE.-4 Cross-bred Cows and Heifers m- calf, 1 Hereford Heifer in-calf. 3 Yearling Heifers, 1 Yearling Steer, Two-year-old Barren Heifer, 1 Heifer Calf. SHEEP.—44 Welsh Ewes in-yean. 22 Cross- Kerry Tileave Lambs, 7 Wether Lambs. 3 Stock Rams. HORSES.—Cart Mare 7 years old, Cart Mare 8 years old. Half-bred Mare rising 3 years old, bro- ken to saddle and harness; Ca.rt Gelding rising 2 years, Cob Horse Colt, Black Pony Mare 7 years old. quiet in saddle-and harness. Roan Cart Geld- ing rising 2 years old. IMPLEMENTS.—Broad-wheel Ca-rt. Na<rrow- wlJed Cart. 2 Narrow-wheel Gam bos. Wheel Plough. Swing Plough. 2 Pair Harrows. Tedder, Horse Rake, Winnowing Machine, Mowing Machine, Scarifier, 3 Sheep Racks. Pig Troufli, Chain Harrows, Small Tools, &c.. &c. GEARING.—3 Sets of Long and Short Gears, 1 Set of G.O. Gears. Sale at 1 o'clock sharp. Terms—Cash. The Cottage. Talgarth. b947'50/73 Talgarth and District Farmers' Union Auction Mart. J^RANCIS GEO. PRICE will bold die above c Mart for Fat and Store Stock on TUESDAY, MARCH 12th, 1918 (Talgarth Fair Day). Sale at 11 o'clock Prompt. The Cottage. Talgarth. b946/50 73 Talgarth Auction Mart. TUESDAY NEXT, MARCH 12th. 20 Grand Improved Radnor Ewes, near yeaning. 20 the property of Mr W. T. Lewis, Bowen 'Vill-a. who is giving up part of this land. Sale at 11 o'clock Prompt. b970,'46/73 F. G. PRICE, Auctioneer. Wernycwm Farm, BOUGHROOD. (One mile from Stwtion). Important and Attractive Sale of LIVE AND DEAD FARMING STOCK, Part of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. &c. T^RANCIS GEO. PRICE as favoured with in. structions from Mr Enoch Jones to Sell by Auction, on WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13th, 1918. HORSES.—Grey Cart Mare, 10 years old. CATTLE.—1 Dairy Cow due to calve in April. excellent milker: 1 Shorthorn Heifer due to calve in April; 2 Shorthorn Stirk Heifers, 2 yeatii old. SHEEP.—8 Radnor Ewes in yean. 4 Strong Welsh Ewes in yean. 5 Yearling Cross-bred Theaves in yean. IMPLEMENTS.—Tip Gamho (nearly new). Swing Plough. Horse Plough, Spring Cart. Horse Rake, 2 Gambo Beds. Pair of Harrows, Mooter (in good condition). Turnip Scuffle. Single Turnip Drill. Wooden Roll (nearly new) Horse Mowing Machine. Cowties. Ladder, Tubs, Turnip Cutter, Sheep Cratch. Seed Leaf, Small Tools. &c.: Set. of G.O. Gears, Cart Saddle, Breechin and Ha-mes. Long Tack Traces, Timber Chain, Collar and Bridle, Set of Trap Harness. FURNITURE.—Oak Grandfather's Clock. Oak Dresser and Shelves, Large Cupboard, Oak Round Table, Oak Washstand, Oak Dressing Table, Oak Coffer, &c., &c. Tbree Months' Credit on Sums above ±10. on security, or usual Discount for Cash. SALE AT 2 O'CLOCK, SHARP. The Cottage, Talgarth. b948/50.'73 Messrs. Jaokson ft MoCartney. Entries for Catalogue close first post Monday. Hereford Horse Sales. ——— ♦ FIRST SPRING SALE, SATURDAY, 16th MARCH, 1918. SoO HORSES. iE50 IN PRIZES. N B.—Vendors sending Horses are requested to apply at once for their permits. JACKSON & MCCARTNEY, br2. 53 73 Auctioneers-Hereford & Craven Arms.