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FREE TICKETS TO LLINDRINDOD WELLS. Special Offer, for limited time until further notice, for those who travel by train to consult Mr. A. L. OSTROY. Full Railway Fare (not exceeding 8/- single), will be returned to persons booking orders of 96 6s. Od. and upwards, and Half-fares for orders of C3 3s. Od. and upwards. Four essential items to those who require dental aid :—Personal Attendance, Painless Extractions, Perfect Fitting Teeth, and last, but not least, Pre-War Prices. You are assured of getting them by consulting Mr. A. L. OSTROY, Teeth Specialist. Repairs at Shortest Notice. Bad fitting teeth of other Makers re-made at moderate prices. A. L. OSTROY, Russell House, Middleton Street, Llandrindoi Wells; Riga House, High Street, Llandovery, and at Llanwrtyd Wells. PITWOOD HAULING. IMMEDIATE DELIVERY 2-3 TON AUSTIN CHASSES. £750.. RICH Sl SONS- MOTOR ENGINEERS, 4" Te).23 T?1RTr'??'\r Telegrams, RICH, BRECON. <t Second-Hand Furniture. WANTED to buy privately for cash, any quantity of (SECOND- HAND FURNITURC. Best prices given. pOR SALE various lots. 'We are always adding to our stock. Don't miss 1, just what you wanted." INSPECTION J NV ITED AT THE ARCADE, BRECON MARKET. I BO WIST Sl CO., I BRECON. bG99/57/'2G/2 I NO PRELIMINARY FEES. I MONEY LEftT pRIVATELY In large or small Sums (not less than £10), ON BORROWER'S OWN PROMISSORY NOTE. ESTABLISHED 48 YEARS, And now Lending UPWARDS OF £80,000 ANNUALLY. Prospectuses, Terms for Advances, or any information desired, will be supplied, free of charge, on application either personally or by letter to GEORGE pAYNE & S 0115. 7, KING STREET. HEREFORD; or I 5, TOWN WALLS, SHREWSBURY. Established 1870. Loans by Post. BE CAREFUL WHERE YOU BORROW. I lend money on the following terma:— £ 10 Loan repay 912 for 12 months; 950 Loan repay tM for 12 months. Other amounts In proportion. Special Terms to Farmers. Write in etrlct confidence to the actual lender— A. D. DENNY. 8 & 7, PALL MALL, MANCHESTER
Roadmen's Demands. I
Roadmen's Demands. I KNIGHTON JU RAL COUNCILS DECISION. I Mr K. Kin.sev presided at the monthly meeting of the Knijditoii Rural Council, held in the Board Itoom on Thursday, when the .surveyor (Mr J. Williams) reported, in detail, what effort* he w milking to obtain sup- plier of road tone, and the council decided to lelYe the matter in his hands. He also .reported that two men in the parish of Ca.seob were unwilling to continue their work as roadmen, unless they received a, very sub- stantial increase of Mages; lie believed they wanted their wages doubled. On being if he recommended an increase in these ease,s, the surveyor replied in the negative, and added that a short time ago all application had been made for a general increase of wages for the men, and the council had then fixed the rate of pay, very carefully, and he thought, .satisfactorily. He had tol.1 these men that he could not see his way to recommend their claim. The application was dismissed, and the surveoyr was re- quested to make any arrangements that might become iiicessary for eontinuiug the work on the road.s in the parish of Cascob. An application for an increase of the surveyor's .salary, on the grounds of the extra cost of living and a lior.se- upkeep was t-iitereci 1lJ:, a notice of motion, for discus- .ion at the next, meeting. The sanitary inspector (Mr D. Davies), before giving his report, .said he wished to thank the members for the kind consideration they had given to his application for MM increase of salary, and for the increase they had granted at their last meeting. He then reported two or three houses in the district, needing repairs, etc., and in one oa.-e—to a cottage at Knucklas—the clerk was directed to send a copy of the report to the owner, with an order to see that the necessary defects were remed- ied. With reference to an application from the National Union of Railwaymen, asking that one of their number might repre.sent them on the Council'.s Food Control Committer, the clerk (Mr E. H. Daecon) stated that he had written, ae directed, to the Ministry of Food, and had received a-r,pi to the effect that the matt-er was under consideration.
- - - - - - FARMERS' COLUMN.…
FARMERS' COLUMN. I 1 Fairs in Brecon and Radnor for March are:—9th. Erwood; 12th, Sennybridge; 14th, X ewhride-on- Wye and Hay; liifch, Brecon; 20th, Rhayader; and 24th, Llan- dovery. Hay produce market, on Thursday, \va.s characterised by a rapid clearance. Prevailing rates were:—Eggs, 3d each; chickens, 2/3 per It).; fowls, 1/10 to 2/ hares, 4/- to 5/- apiece; and rabbits, 1/9 to 2/ At Erwood market, on Thursday, prices .were as fol- low :—Eggs, 3 and 4 for 1/ butter, 2/- per lb.; chic- kens, 2/ fowls, 1/6; geese, 2/3; turkeys, 2/3; and rabbits, 1/9 and 1/10 each. Prices at Talgarth poultry market, on Friday, were — Chickens, 2/6 per ))).: ducks, 2/6; rabbits, 2/- each; eggs, 3 for 1/ and huner, 2/3 per lb. s Supplies were very scarce: Knighton produce market, on Thursday, was fairly well attended. Rates were:—Butter, 2/3 per lb. (offi- cial); duck eggs, 4d and 5d each; lien eggs, 3d each: fowls, 7/6 to 9/- per couple; chickens, 7/6 to 12/6; and rabbits, 3/6. There wa.s but a very ,niall supply at RBayader' pro- duce market on Wednesday. Prices were:—Chickens. 1/9 to 2/- per 11). fowls, 1/6 to 1/9; rabbits, 1/7 each; lian's, < to 4/6; butter, official rate; and eggs, 3d each. February fair at New Radnor was conspicuous by its absence. Neither hoof nor man beyond every day's UMial .sight appeared. The only difference was the usual opening of branch banking premises—as on past fair days. Dairy and farm-produce was in keen demand at Pres- teign market on Wednesday. Prevai!ing prices wer« — Eggs,'3d each: butter, official rate; rabbits, 1/6 to 1/8 apiece; chickens, 1/10 to 2/- per Ih.; ducks, 1/9 to 2/ duck eggs, 5d each; ducks, 7/- to 9/- per couple; and fowls, 5/- to 7/ The farmers of Cwmdll haye been busy in t hi neigh- bourhood during the past few weeks ploughing up their dotted amount of ground. The weather has Iyer favourahk for the work, and the reen v;-ard i, rapidly being turned into rich brown soil. Prices were still high at Brecon produce market on Friday. Supplies were also limited. Butter was a scarce commodity, but eggs were more in Prices Butter, control price: hen eggs (aver- age), 3 a.nd 4 for 1/ duck eggs, fid each; fowl". 1/9 to 2/6 per lb.; geese, 2/8; cheese, lid to 1/2; and rabbits, 1/7 and 1/8 each. Supplies of fat stock at Builth, on Monday, were he- low the average. Prices were:—Cows (tirst grade). 70/ 2nd grade, 61/ bulls (first grade), 75/ All .sheep were graded at live weight, and fetched from 7ll! to 8d per Ih. There was good supply of cows with calves, which changed hand.s from f'28 to £ '38. There were no strong store hullocks, on offer. Good barreners realised £ 32, and smaller barreners from £ 20 to £24. Supplies of pigs were lacking. There was an average exhibition cf produce. Rates:—Eggs, 4 a 1/ young chickens (dead-weight), 1/9 per lb.: live-weight ditto, 1/3; old fowl* (dead-weight), 1/4 per ]I- and live-weight ditto. 1/ Rabbits sold at controlled rates, I as also did butter and potatoes. At a Council meeting of the Ryclands Sheep Society, held at Hereford last .week, there were present Mr C. H. Hobbs (in the chair), Mr Reginald Herbert, ?r L. T. (rough, Mr W. H. D. Davies, Mr C. H. Bray, Mr ,1. P. Pros-er, Mr W. ,1. Homes, Mr E. C. Maurice and Mr Edward Smith (secretary). The following new members were elect- t,tl:-Ilr Howell Powell, Pontybat, Brecon: Mr P. Rey- nolds, Trelemais, Letterstone, Pembrokeshire; Mr H. W. Luff the Mount, Shrewsbury: and Mr W. J. Pros- ser, Cefn Brynich, Brecon. A resolution wa.s passed in support of the National Sheep-Breeders' Association a- to the price of wool for 1918. The .society's- third annual show and sale was fixed to be held at Hereford on Wednesday, August. 28th, with entries elo-ing to the secretary on July 27th. The annual meeting of mem- has wa-s held at Brecon on J<ritlay.
Cregrina Funeral. THE LATE MRS. WATKINS, PENTWYN. We regret to record the death of Mrs Levia Watkin". wife of Air Thomas Watkins, Pentwyn, Cregrina, which took place suddenly on February 23rd at the advanced age of 73 year.s. The funeral took place on Thursday, 2Ntli inst., and wa.s largely attended. Prior to the interment at Rhulan an impres-ive service was held in the, house. After reading a portion of scripture, the Rev. 1). Rees, Baptist minister, Franksbridge, referred in feeling terms to the character of the deceased lady. Her kindly disposition, he said, won the hearts of her numerous friends. Her unexpected departure reminded them of their duty to honour the living and to render what service they could to them while with II". Sym- pathetic reference was made to the bereaved liu-band, who. until recently, wa.s superintendent of the Sunday school for upwards of forty years. Following the ad- dress, prayer was offered hy Rev. W. Roderick, Aber- edw, after which the hymn, ".Tesu, Lover of my oul" was sung. The funeral service at Rhulan church and graveside was conducted by the Rev. and the hymn, "There is a land of pure delight," was -ung. A large number of friends came to pay their last tri- bute of respect. The following were the chief inourners:Alt- Tiios. Watkins (husband), Mr and Irs Watkiiio, Park Farm, Hereford (daughter and son-in-law), Mr and Mrs Lloyd, Pant Farm, Rhulan (daughter and .son-in-law), Nir, Mo-r lis, Swansea- (siister), Mr and Mrs B. Watkins, Ht-re- ford (grand-daughter), Mr and Mrs D. J. Watkins, Hargest farm (granddaughter), Arnold Lloyd, Brecon (grandson), Mr and Mrs B. T. Lloyd (Brecon), Mr and Mrs Mills. Llwyn (nephew and niece), and Mr Meredith. Hundred Houfe (cousin). The undertaker was Mr Williams, Hundred House. The coffin was supplied by Mrs Evans, and was of polish- ed oak and bras-s fittings, and bore the inscription, "Levia Watkins, died February 23rd, 1918, aged 73 years. The bearers were Mr Evans (Rhos). Mr Boar (Llan- owen), Mr Mills (Llwyn) and" Mr Watkins (Hargest. A number of wreaths, were sent from the following: — "1'1 loving memory of iny dear witc" "I i loving memory of (iear mother," from Lizzie and William, Park farm. "J loving memory of dear mother," from Emily and ,lame. Pant. "I i loving memory of dear grannie," from Be.>ie, Tom. Dora, and Bell, Park farm. "l i loving memory of dear grannie," from Anpie and Danzy (Hargest). "In loving memory of dear grannie," from Tom, E!ie, (iracic and Ethel, Pant. "With ever loving remembrance of our dear gramma, OJ from all at Epynt, Jlrecon. "In loving memory," from Mr Lloyd and family, New- bridge. 964/1i:?/73
Knighton (Rural) Food Committee…
Knighton (Rural) Food Committee I THE MEAT RATIONS.. A meeting of the Knighton Food Control Committee (Rllral) was- hed in the Hoard-Room ou Thursday, 1111- der the presidency of Mr E. Kinsey, when the clerk plr E. H. Deacon) reminded the committee that the price of butter had been-Axed at 2/6 per lb. till Febru- ary, and asked if the Order would be altered? Air ,1. C. Jones observed that butter would he scarce till April, and the committee decided to make no alter- ation for the present. The question of the price of rabbits was also allowed to stand over. The clerk read a notice to the effect that meat ration- ing would come into force on March 25th, and asked if new application fornix were to be Issued, or if the ,ugar basis would he sufficient? It was agreed that, as the area was rural, very little change would have taken place in the population, and the committee decided to use the eugar basis for meat rationing. Preliminary arrangements were also made for estimat- ing the quantity of margarine which would be needed in the district.
Sutton's Royal Farm Seeds are noted for their purity and excellence. In these days of STRICT ECONOMY it is reeec- tial that all Farmers should have I "SOME OF THE ONLY EROM- J. S. DAVIES, Silverdale," Builth Wells ￼ taBBSP?r ??L?Kwr 8?? ?urr? F—J0HURN a )t? -A\?? '?3tt*?7TE!?VTLr Provides a perfectly safe moans whereby the British maker can impart to his butter just the golden colouring which will commend it to the buyer. It is the successful survivor of severest tests at the principal shows, where it has gained First Class awards for 30 years. It has won high praise in the numerous dairies where it is regularly used. These competent approvals are due to the absence of any unevenness or muddiness in the colouring, and to the fact that the use of "SILVER CHURN BUTTER COLOURING" does not affect the buttermilk. The butter itself is not in- jured in the process: it is improved. Its delicate creamy flavour is enhanced SILVER CHURN BUTTER COLOURING" is a vegetable product, entirely free from any aniline dye. It may be ob- tained from Chemists and dairy supply men in 7id. Is. ad., 2s. Hd., os. 6d., 10s. 6d. and 21s. bottles. Free trial samples from the manufacturers, Oldfield Pattinson & Co., Manchester.
Brecon and Radnor Liberals.
Brecon and Radnor Liberals. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETINGS. At a meeting of the Executive Committee, held at Brecon on Friday, Mr W. S. Miller, J.P. (president), presiding, and Mr Sidney Robinson, M.P., and a representative number of members attending, the following resolution was parsed — That the counties of Brecon and Radnor having been formed into one conuency, under the Repre- sentation of the People Act, 1918, this meeting of the Breeonsliire Liberal Executive cordially invites the Radnor Liberal Association to join in forming a new Liberal Association for the constituency." A joint meeting of the Liberal Executives of the Brecon and Radnor Liberal Associations was held at Builth Wells on Monday. Mr W. S. Miller, J. P., was voted to the chair, and, among the representative gathering, was Sir Francis Edwards, M.P., and Mr Sidney Robinson, M.P. Following discussion the meeting resolved that the counties of Brecon and Radnor having been formed into one constituency, under the Representa- tion of the People Act, 1918, they (the Joint Executive Committees of the Brecon and Radnor Liberal Asso- ciations) hereby form a new joint Liberal Association for the constituency. They also agreed, as far as possible, to preserve tliof individual and existing county associations.
f^ l l J Wheeled About in a Bath Chair. But that was 14 Years Ago." .Mrs A. of 143, Buckingham Komi. Ayles- bury, is now in excellent health, and on October 1st. 1917, said :— "1 once was wheeled about in a Lath-cliair, but that was i'oui'.cen years ago. The bath-chair has been laid aside ever since Doan's Pills rid me of Rheumatism, Sciatica and Lumhago, and I h;!ve hail very good iiemlth for all these 1-1 years." What Mrs North said in 1903. On September 3rd, 1903. Mrs North said :—"I might have been an invalid for life. For a year I was so helpless tiiiatt I was wheeled about in a bath-chair; rheumatism, sciatica and Sumbago so crippled me I ooukl no': stir unaided. "We knew the kidneys caused my illness be- cause of disordered nriue, sediment, and puftiness beneath my eyes. "I had entirely lost hope when I first heard about, and tried, Doan's Pills, and grCat was my joy when they brought relief. "Doan's Pills induced kidney activity, the puffy pouches left my eyes, the urine became clear, and '.he stiffness and pains gradually left my JiJllbs and iiiy body. "In a month I discarded the bath-chair and wlJked about in case and comfort, much to the amazement of my neighbours, -all of whom can vouch, for the wonderful recovery Doan's Pills have brought about. I am unquestionably abso- lutely cured. (Signed) A. North." To ensure the mine results as Mr*. Xorth, insist upon the salll Kidney Medicine—1)0jy 8 BACK- ACHB A????T 7Y?7..?.—?M by ?7? J9M?;<. or?. Od.?, bottle /'??? Foster-Mctlellan Co., 8 Wells Street, Oxford Street, J.ondon, IT. 1.
^Brilley Concert. 0 .
Brilley Concert. 0 A FIRST-CLASS PROGRAMME. A concert was held at the Schoolroom, Brilley, on Friday night, the event heirifr in connection with the Presbyterian Church, and under the- presidency of Mr Eo T. Kinsey. Kington. The opening tsolo was given hy Ir" Lewis (Lane farm) in fine style, followed hy ail address from the chairman, in which he extolled the principle of all sects uniting together in supporting a good eau.se a« on that occasion. The building was practically, "packed, and the audience wa' treated to mne of tile linest and -best talent for miles around. Various solos were rendered 1Iy Mrs Lewis (Lane). Misses M. and L. -lone;- (Penrlios, Kington). Miss Lloyd (N#wcluirch), Mrs and Miss Jones (Upper House, liardisley). Master Hector Morgan Lloyd (Newchurch) and the champion comic singer of the country, Mr Hourne (Whitney). The singing of all was such as to receive the highest appreciation and general encores, and the chairman was at last obliged to check the continuous calls, and only all experienced man in such office cotuld have maintained perfect crder in --0 excited an audience. Recitations were given by Miss 0. WhittaH (Pentre- iack) and Spicer (Great Oak), and the prizes for the impromptu speech was won hy Miss G. Whittall. Ac- companists for the evening were Mrs Jones (liardisley), Miss J. Meredith (Arrow Court), and Mi-s L. PritehaVd (Milton Court). Refreshment- were arranged by Mrs j Davies (Pentre). A vote of thanks (warmly carried, and followed with the National Anthem) concluded what some old re.Qj. dents declared to be the "best concert ever held at Brilley."
L For Dyspeptics | P| a and in convalescence whenever special feeding" is required there IUD M is a case for Benger's Food. IQQ j It forms with milk a dainty and delicious food cream, which. Dl II in preparation, becomes automatically madp suitable for the N In weakliest digestion. In Food C contains the natural elements of self-digestion. Medical men know and ID kff approve its contents, and under their authority, it is used in civil, military Dr ? ? and naval hospitals, and in convalescent and nursing institutions. U ? From an F.R.C.S. W LI carnot Rive your Foo(1 a better testimony than to Bay that I am a dyspeptic myself. I find it JWl] ■J extremely useful and at the same time palatable." IB Benger's Food is cold in tins by Chemixts, etc., everywhere. |w ml ?4MO<<t!?t-M<t'KC&oo??<-<c&oM«?Mmot<tn!erMt:t!cF'oo<f pott free from.: Jn J EN?^S FOOD LTD., ———————— MANCHESTER, En?nd. jj ? ? Branch Offices: NEW YORK 9?, Beckman Street. SYDNEY "7. Pitt Stre?*. D(!i?OtL,t CA'<?DA. W
WAR PENSIONS. RADNORSHIRE COMMITTEE. ENQUIRY OFFICER APPOINTED. A meeting of the Radnorshire War Penizions Commit- tee was held at the County Buildings Llandrindod Wells, when there were present: Mr W. M. liaylis (chairman). the H^n. ?iiM Gertrude Walsh, "Mr C. C. Rogers, O.B.E., M* C. Venable.< Uewetvn, Mr? Xi?otls. Mrs G. W. Moseley. Mrs W. A. Sims. Mes^r*. J. Hamtr. W. Thomas, and J. Hurst, Kith the clerk (Mr H. Vaughan-Vaushan). Discussion took place about the appointment of one or more enquiry officer*, the clerk pointing out that the committee lia4 power to make ,ueh appointments. .Members of the committee again expressed the view that no better appointment coulkl be made than that of Mr W. Thomas, of Presteign. Mr Thoma.s said he had previously been appointed, but the Ministry of Pen-ions considered that if he was appointed he should resign his membership of the committee. If lie resigned, he would still be able to attend the committee if his presence was desired. He could find time to do the work. but his travelling expenses must be .paid.—Mr Rogens,-Mrs Venables Llewelyn, Mr J. Hamer and others, strongly urged that Mr Thomas should be appointed so that all delays should be avoided.—It wa.s unanimously decided to appoint Mr W. Thomas, and the matter of salary was left over for consultation with the MinL-trv of Pensions. I The committee agreed t. pay 2/6 to local hospitals for* the first treatment of special massage cases and 1/- for subsequent treatments.
•Cwmygaist Concert. SUCCESSFUL EYE1;, A very siieeeizful and high-ela. concert was held at j the P.M. Chapel, Cwmygaist, on the 1st inst., Mr J. j Williams (Knucklas) presiding. The programme was an excellent one, comprising songs, duets, quartettes j and recitations, and, also, two competitive items—im- i promptu speech and unpunctuated reading. The artis- [ tes were Mr-, Meredith, Miss Tlior. Miss Felton and Mr W. Hughes (Knighton), Mr R. Davies (Gladestry), Mis*? Roberts (Cantal)) and tl)e Saititiel (Rho.-?gr??)?? Several encores were demanded, :wd Mr Davies' inimi- table recitations were highly appreciated. Mrs Mere- | dith's rendering of -"Beloved, it is morn," was ? b,,?r. ing performance, and )lesns. H'?hes and Davies ?ere. a.s usual, on very good terms with the deliglit-ed audience. I The organber. Mr J. Palfrey, is to be highly eon- gratulated upon hi?? succe.?, this hdng without a doublt one of the I)est concerts ever held in this neichbour- hoed. The duties of accompanist were very efficiently performed by Mr H. P. Lewis, A.R.C.M. (Llandewy), to whom Mr R .Davies paid a high compliment at the close. Mr P. Evans (Brook) aet-eo as door-keeper. j A supper was provided for the artistes and helpers by Mr B. Wilding (Penyclawdd), when Mrs Bound (White- j house) presided at the table, assisted by her daughters. MrH Palfrey and Mrs Harris. In the audience we were pleased to see Pte. Percy B >und, who was returning to France on the following morning.
I" Wrong Lsa of Wheat.
I" Wrong Lsa of Wheat. FARMER FINED AT PREsTEIGX. At Sessions, on mesaay. rx-iore LL- Col. James, in the chair, the Hon. F. Ciegg Hill, and Mr J. H. Wale, Llewellyn Swancott, The Farm, Norton, farmer, was charged under the Defence of the Realm Act- for a. breach of the Wheat and Rye Order. 1917. hy feeding horses with wheat on the 2nd January. P.s. Higgins stated that at 7 p.m. on the 2nd January. he visited the farm, and in the hackney stable saw a large furnace full of chopped wheat and ftraw. He askéd the waggoner to go for Swancott and they both returned together to the stable, the waggoner remark- ing, "J must give the horses a bit more," and then got a bucket, and a half of the wheat and chaff and fed three cart horse* with it. In reply to witness defendant »aid lie fed the horses with the wheat- because it was "down" ^nd he thought it no use for anything else. Wit- ness then took a sample in a bag and asked defendant where the chaff-cutter was, and in a loft saw another heap of wheat and chaff which looked bright and clean, and in his opinion fit for human food. He submitted a sample to the Chief Con-table. Samples were .submitted to the court which had been separated by the Food Control. In answer to P.s. Higgin-. defendant stated that he had not offered the wheat to dealer-. Defendant-, sworn, admitted giving the wheat to the horses, but said ft- was- a "rough harvest." and his wheat was knocked about a lot. He had nothing else to give the horses. He could not get the thre-sliing macli&ie. He had oats, but they were good oats for seed pur- poses. The Rench retired and the cliairman stated, on their return into court, that they con.<iderd the wheat was fit for human focd, and mu-t convict. Defendant would \w Hn ed ,Ü. I Breach of Dogs' Act. Jeremiah Charles Davies. of Carter'- Farm. Xorton. farmer, was charged under the Dogs' Act, HWti. with neglecting to bury the carcase of a sheep on his farm, on the 15th February. P.s. Higgins stated that on the 15tll February he visited Carter's Farm and then- .-aw a carcase of a siheep oa a field about a quarter of a mile from the hou.se. The carcase had ht.>-en torn and eaten hy d-ogs or foxes. Defendant stated in reply to his. query that they had been busy threshing or he chouid have buried the car- The henel) in inflicting a fine of 5/ pointed out to the defendant that the leaving unburied carcass of sheep led to other sheep being killed by dogs.
THE GREAT SKIN CURE. BUDDEX'S S.R. SKIN OINTMENT will cure Itching JLF after one application, destroys every form of Eczema; heals old Wounds* and Sores; acts like a charm on Bad LEgs; is infallible for Pil; Prevents Cuts from Festering; will cure Ringworm in a few days; removee the most obstinate Eruptions and Scurvy. Boxes 9d and 1/3. Agents for Brecon, Mr Stanton and Mr Morris, High Street, Chemists; Builth Wells, W. Price and Co., T. A. Coltman, Llandovery, J. Nicholas, Chemist; Ray, J. L. Davies and Son; Talgarth, J. Parry, Chemist; Crickhowell, Mr Kirkland, Chemist; Brvnmawr, Mr A. M. Jonef, Chemist; Knighton, Mr PeTkins. Chemist; Pontar- dulais, Mr Jones. Chemist, b799/45/257 I TEETH PAINLESSLY EXTRACTED by Patent Proceso. TEETH of the best material. made under per- sonal supervision. Bad Teeth are not only very unsightly, but extremely unhealthy. J. WARD gives hia personal attention to all Dental matters. Advice Free. Artificial Teeth, perfect in colour and shape; mounted on Gold, Platina, Vulcanite, etc. 11ling8 with any material. Old plates remodelled. Children's Teeth need careful watching. Let J. WARD offer you advice. Chargee Moderate. Full particulars given on first visit. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. J. WARD, M.P.S., 8, High St., BUILTH WELLS. To preserve Teeth, use J. W ARD' Antiseptic Formaline and Mint Tooth Paste, large tubes, ¡ld., by post, Sid. b' J. E. NOTT & Co., Ltd., High St. & Ship St., BRECON, AND LLANDRINDOD WELLS. Jlfl J. E, Not t'& Co. can at present give immediate delivery Engines from 2 toiG^horse power. Orders should be placed early. We can also offer from stock a good range of CHAFF-CUTTERS, MILLS, TURNIP CUTTERS, THRESHING DRUMS, WINNOW ERS, &c. In Tilling Implements, too,we offer SWING & WHEEL PLOUGHS, DOUBLE FURROWED PLOUGHS, HARROWS, CULTIVATORS, &a., &c. J. E. NOTT & CO., Limited, BRECON, AND LLANDRINDOD WELLS. Telephone—P.O. No. no. Telegrains-NTOTT, BRECON.