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NEW I Garden Seeds AT LOWEST PRICES consistent with quality. Seed List on Application. MEREDITH & SON, I Stores, BRECON.
Seed I Potatoes I AT Government Prices 1 AT MEREDITH & SONS, The Stores, BRECON.
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NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. I 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 inaccuricies in either of the.e respects, or for any consequences arising therefrom. Every care is taken to ensure the prompt insertion of all advertl-ements 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 lass occasioned by the failure of an advertisement j to appear in any specified week, or at all, from any cause whatever. I Advertisements -and replies are only accepted Eubject to the above conditions. fw- Copies of the "Brecon and Radnor Express" or "Radnor Express" can be sent to ^ubserilvervs by post as follow., :-rnite-d 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, 13/- per annum (Payable in advance). SITUATIONS VACANT. APPRENTICES wanted to the dressmaking; cutting-out thoroughly taught. Mrs Harrison, Stract, Brecon. 593p283 A PPRENTICES wanted for millinery workroom ,and sliop.-Apoy, Mrs E. Jones, 51, High Street, Brecon. 606p283 BOY wanted with view to learn trade (live out). Excellent opportunity to willing youth.— Davies, Coach-builder, Buiith Wells. 964/47/283 CAP ABLE General wanted immediately; good wages; referenccs. Harding, Monachty, Farm, Cabalfa, Cardiff. 536p/44 CAPABLE Cook-General, good wages; house- parlourmaid kept, small familly.-Ditvis, Suimmcrland, Caswell, Swansea. 584p283 J)RAPERY.—Young ladies required for all de- partments.—Thomas and Adcock, Bre- con. 581p/213 ExpEl" IENCED House-Parlourmaid required; small familv. Apply—Mr D. W. Jones, Bookwood, Merchyr Tydfil. 54&p/143 GOOD Cook-Gena:lat once; good wages.— Carter, Greyhound Hdtel, Newport. 457pl43 GOOD General wanted immediately; good wages; comfortable home;. references. Ap- pi y-Prowen, Somerset Hotel, Abertillery. 508p/165 GOOD strong general -wanted. Strict cleanli- i ness essential.—Mrs Edwards. Plas Ma-doc, Llandrindod Wells. 598p/283 GROOI Gardener, dupable man. who under. stands cows; help given.—Davis, Summer-| land, Caswell, Swansea. 584p283 rj.OOD general wanted.—Apply, wikh references, 1rs Lewis, Haddington, The Grove, Mer- fchvr. • 601p283 "RADNORSHIRE EDUCATION COMMIT- TEE.—Bwlchysarnau School, Pantydwr. Supplementary Teacher wanted; salary, zC40 to £ 50, according to scale.—Apply, Abraha,m Powell, Esq., Wain Farm, Pantvdwr, Radnorshire. 1993/54/143 TEA-NL Drivers wanted: rate.—Apply, T. j W. Morgan, Timber Merchants, Rudry, near Caerphilly. WANTED smart boy as apprentice to Prinung Trade. Apply Manager, "Express" Office, Brecon. WANTED, youth, about 17, for furnishiijg de- partment, trustworthy, and smart at figures, j State wages and experience. Apply—"A," c/o "Express" Offices, Brecon. 839/47/143 Ty ANTED.—Help in small farmhouse; middle- aged person preferred. Apply-J. A. c/o Jr. R. Grant, Bay. 890/61/7' WANTED, Shepherd for hill rlarm; must be good hedger; cottage and garden found; also waggoner, indoors.—Gwillini, LI antbony, Abergavenny. 529p/143 T\7" ANTED, boy 14-15. as in-door servant. Ap- ply-Chrigt College, Brecon. 538p/143 WANTED immediately, three experienced, Hauliers to convey by waggons or traction engine, tiihber from Treverward FUlrm, Knighton, either to Knighton or Buckuell Stations also, four, experienced timber fellers. Apply, stating teams -D. Jones, Timber Merchant, Llwynyrcos, Llan- dovery. 930/61/143 W ATED, good General (plain cooking). Ap- p]y—\rrs J. Vauglian Jones, "Elvtaston," Broadway, Llandrindod Wells. 924/61/143 W ANTED, a smart young lady as apprentice for drapery. Apply-London House, Builth Wells. 930/61/143 TTTANTED, pit-sawyers, one pair. Apply- i Price and Williams, Builth Wells. 931/47/143 TlfANTED several round timber hauliers, good wages and regular work.—Robert Wynn and Sons, Newport, Mon. 553p/114 i w ANTED good Cook-General, who can milk in emergency, and help to make blltter.- I Cantref Rectory. Brecon. 555p/213 WANTED Shepherd and Stockman; liberal wages to suitable man keep a cow is pre- ferred.—Williams, Trippleton, Leintwardine. 953/§2/143 WANTED Housemaid or Between-maid, 15th March. Apply by letter first to Box 958/62/213 "Express" Office, Brecon. WANTED Waitress, also Housemaid Waitress, with good references. Apply—Hotel Pfes Win ton, Llandrindod Wells. 974/62 WANTED, a girl about 18. to assist in shop. Apply Lock, Fruiterer, Llandrindod Wells. 961/51/213 WANTED, good General Servant. Apply— Matthews, I'eTfgarVh, Llandrindod Wells. 962/51/213 i\ j PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. "IYTANTED two respectable persons for house- inuid and wardmaid, ?0 each; uniform provided: good posts.—Matron, Hayley Green, Hospital, SLOurbridge, Worcestershire. 562p/213 | "ITTANTED iiumediately, experienced Parlour- ( maid-Waitress; useful m'aid to assist with I' linen; laundry-maid and kitchen ma id. Apply— Lansdowne. Llandrindod. 565p/213 ■WANTED BAR ASSISTANTS for the Cambrian Railways Co.'s Refreshment Rooms fi-oni Nlareiii 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 j (and photo for interview), Manager, Refreshment Dept., Welshpool Station. 967/62/143 I WANTED a General Servant. Apply—Mrs I Powell. Swan Hotel, Hay. 973/62/114 WAKTED workman to follow horses and do other necessary work, good wages paid to suitable man. Jones, Cwmeamiais, Senn\ bridge. 560p/2i3 II,IANTED, Cook-General, Gardener, and Be- tween-rnaid; 5 in family; 3 maids; good wages :cottage or live in.—Mrs Cepper, St. Weonards, Hereford. 576p/213 TArANTED immediately, good Cowman, 32/- weekly, with cottage and giarden.—Dav-ies, ivee l i l 'v, wit i i co t 'ta., Cefn. near Pontypridd. 577p/213 w A-NTED, staid, respectable, and capable, per- suit as General; wages eighteen pounds. Apply, stating age. full particulars, and refer- ences, to Thomas Evans, Cross Hotel, Pontfar- dawe. 579p/283 "T AXTED. Cook-General, good wages; fare paid.-Apply. "Elvezia," Hadyr, near Car- diff. 587p283 TArANTED, thorough domestic servant, imme- dfately; good wages; good ]ionic.-Applv, Mrs W. J. Stockham, 69, London Road, Neath. 585pl84 AA/"ANTED.—Workman waggoner, house and garden close to work. Apply—Williams, Upper House, Crickhowell. 588p/283 WANTED, immediately, smart errand boy. Apply-J. Bennett, London House, Buiith Wells. 981/63/283 AATANTED, general servant, help given.—Ap- ply, Orton, Dentist, Brecon. 594pl43 AAf ANTED, at once, superior general; small '.house, two in family.—Apply by letter, giving references, Aubrey Rees, "Charsis," Mel- bourne Hoad, Llaiiislien, Cardiff. 600pl83 TXT"ANTED, young <feDeral country girl pre- ￼ ferred.-?,ppl V, with reference, W. Harris. Watchmaker. Knighton, Racls. 003p283 I SITUATIONS WANTED. -I ) 'D AILJFF.— Farmers' son seeks a situation as J [ working farm baiUS'. undcrstabuds the man- agement of all stock, or would do work and manage I a small farm; single, ineligible for the Army. j Apply by letter to Box 596p/143, Express" Office, Brecon. j WA-NTED, position as lady-clerk, competent I book-keeper. Apply-5Mp/143, "Express," Brecon. i AARANTED situation Brecon, for cripple boy, age 14, a.s clerk or learn tailoring; 7ttli stan- dard. For particulars, apply Box 558p/213 "Ex- press. W AXTEDa situation as house-keeper in Ilan. drindod district', farm house preferred used to children. Apply, Box 577p/213 "Express" I Office, Brecon. FARMS FOR SALE OR TO LET. i n^O be let, Pe.ny worloddserth, Llanigon, 40 acres with hill right. Apply-A. Saunders, Blainau, Llanigon. Hay. 578p/283 TO Let, from Lady-Day next, the WERN, I Gladestry. comprising 210 acres, inside hedges, with extensive. hill rights and good home- tftead. The farm has beenwell managed, and most- of the ploughing done and wheat sown.— Apply, Mackintosh, Ponybont, Rads. 993/63/143 APARTMENTS WANTED AND TO-LET. TIED-Sitting room to let, in Brecon, furnished, for young lady; good position. For terms apply Box 550p/143, "Express" Office, Brecon. C°:\Il:OHTABLE lodgings, 'also 2 bedrooms and sitting room to let.-Box 592p283, Ex- press" Office, Brecon. HOUSES WANTED. FOR SALE. OR TO LET. TO Let, Bank Cottage; good out-buildings. 2 acres land.-Apply, Williams, Harpton Villa, Llandrindod Wells. 1002/51/283 One of our Customers writes us :—"Dear Sir,— Kindly stop my advertisement, as I have left the cottage and garden through the advertisement in your paper. March 12.th, 1918. LOST AND FOUND. T OST from Pantybailey farm, Cwmdtj, five Welsh yearling sheep, pitched R.S. dark raddltt on loins and shoulder, spittle mark under right, 0 notch over, split left, notch under. Ap- ply-Police Constable Jones, Llangynidr. Crick- howell. 541p/143 LOST from Nantygwreillyn Farm, Merthvr I Cynog, three ewes, pitch mark, J.W. on rump: ear mark, two holes in left ea,rand a slit in right ear. Apply-John Williams. 574p/213 LOST. sheep-dog, name on collar, Richards, Gorse.—Apply, C. V. Weale, Llansaint- fread, Buiith Wells. 604pl43 CJTRAYED to Linwent, L!anbadarn-fynydd, ^mountain pony; owner can have on paying ex- penses.—Thomas George. 47p STHAYED to Llwynfedwen, Libanus, near Bre- con, .since September, Cross Ryeland Ewe; cut point off left, pickle split on right, raddle over loins. Owner can have on paving expenses.— A. Lewis.. 559p/213 FOR SALE OR PURCHASE. ARMY BOOTS.—Second-hand, 6'a, 7's, 8's, 9's, | 10's 5/6 per pair, carriage paid; ready for wear; money returned if not satisfied.—J. Smith, Ross Works, Birksland Street, Bradford. 351p/283 ARrY Boots.—Gigantic sale at Dea.ves. Army Boot Contractor, 158, St. Luke Road, Bed- minster, Bristol. We handle the best only. We I re-sole and heel like new with best Government leather. Plain, studded or plugged soles, too and heel tips, 10/6, 12/6, postage 6d. Satisfaction or money returned. 556p/305 A RMY Boots, secondhand, 6's, 7's, 8's, 9's, ;?? 10's. 5/6 pair; better, .7/6; carriage paid; ready for wear; money returned if not satisfied. Trade supplied.—J. -glnitb, Government Contrac- II tor, Ross Works, Birksland Street, Bradford. j Established 20 years. Mention "Brecon and Radnor Express." 552p/305 t PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. A RMY Boots.-Sound uppers, re-soled 7/6 to 10/6 per pair. Postage 6d extra. Best Gov- ernment leather. Also war-time boots.—Nichol- son, Llantaes, Brecon. 599p/184 FO", Sale, stage scenery, good drops, room want- ed. Apply-T. H. Jones, Dolgerddon, I Builth. 929/47/44 1^01; Sale, a. few sacks of Cook's Wonder Spring AYheat. and some well harvested barley, suitable .for seed.—Smith, Millbrook. Brecon. 595pl43 L^OR-Sale. Salmon Hod and Reel, Hardy maker. excellent condition.—Owen, Wye House, Buiith. 501p283 ■ X^OR Sale, general modern, freehold, 6-wotned houses with gardens, pleasantly situated in Brecon. For particulars apply, by letter, Box 607pl84, "Express" Office, Brecou. FOP, Sale.—Two good Hereford calves, week old, — —Mrs Da vies, Mount, Trefec-ca, Talgarth. 597p/li3 OLD Trees for Sale.-Apply, AY. Perrott, I Tvnewvdd, Libanus, near Brecon. 589/283 PLKNO BA-RGAINS.-Godfrey Yacht Piano in oak case (when new 50 guineas), X20; Pleyel upright in hand, pa-inted case, £ 38; Murdoch player-pilano, in good order, £ 45; Golla-rd and Colla-rd, Upright (when new, 75 guineas), £ 46; all instruments delivered car- riage paid. Write for complete catalogue and bargain list to C. Milsom & Son, Ltd., The Great West of England Piano House, 15, Milsom Street, Bath. 91/24 W ALL PAPER, of best (lesigns,and good qual- ity, can be bought at TYLER'S, BUL- WARK, BRECON, as cheap as any house in the trade. See the quality of the paper in the roll before buying.. 252 rrO woodcutters, owners, etc.-NVante(I any quantity of Pea and Bean Sticks, for cash. Particulars.—Preece, Timber Merchant, Caerleon Road, Newport, Mon. 543p/44 r r 0 Hauling Contractors and Team Owners.— Large quantity of Round Timber to Let, also Pit wood, separated or otherwise; good haul; near Newport, Mon.—Apply, T. W. Morgan, Timber Merchant, Rudry, near Caerphillv. PICTURES, well framed, hundreds of patterns. — See the new, neat, polished wood moulding, can be cleaned and alwaya looks now.-Tyler and Son, Bulwark, Brecon. 252 V ANTED, 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/14C WANTED, a few tons of good eating potatoes. Write, Lock, Fruiterer, Llandrindod Wells. 960/51/213 WORTH KNOWING. Kill the microbes in your nostrils by using "Nostroline" cura- tive 'antiseptic and you simply cannot catch or continue to hlave Head Colds, Nasal Catarrh and other infectious disorders of the nose. Try it! Of chemists everywhere 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 Street, Brynmawr; H. T. Roberts, Aber- gavenny; T. A. Coltman and J. Ward, Buiith W. H. Kirkland, High Street, Crickhowell; G. M. Perkins, Knighton; R. H. Evans and W. W. Johnson, Llandrindod; R. C. Prytherch, W. J. Williams, Llanwrtyd; J. Parry and Co., Sennv- bridge; J. Parry, Talgarth; A. R. Davies, Pres- teign, (and most chemists elsewhere. 435p91t9 TATANTED ladies second-hand Cycles. Send particulars to Box 575p/213, "Express" Office, Brecon. TATANTED to purchase one or two second-hand couches, also armchairs, in good condition. Apply, stating prices to Box 582p/213, "Express" Office, Brecon. WALLPAPERSf-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. 2454'/30518 100 000 dozen Rabbits Skins wanted, 5/6 per dozen, in 20 dozen lots and upwa,rds.-Th-os. Horton, Merthyr. 784/59./143 £1 000 Gua.rantecd. Wanted for Ministry ?J.*UUU Munitions scrap lead ?25, heavy wrought horse shoes, wheel bands, £ 6, steel £ 5 ton. Top prices brass, copper, zinc, electric battery places, disused portables, boilers, mortar mills, through mixed rags, tailor's woollen clips 1/2 lb. Buyers broken glass, crushed cdrned beef tins, 4 ton lots, horse fait and bones, through rabbit skins 6/- dozen, old bagging 100/- ton, also motor tyres, paper, etc. Anything purchased.—Thomas Hor- ton, Government Contractor, Merthvr. 383p/43 AGRICULTURAL. A Well-Known Stockbreeder says, "The value of Stanton's Inflammation Drenches should be more widely known." For ewes after lambing, cows after oa-lving, ,and all cases of fever, un- equalled. lOd. each, 9/6 dozen.-SDanton, Veter- inary Chemist, Brecon. 28/2-25/4 I,IATTEN your Pigs and stock generally with Cod Liver Oil, its effect is marvellous and 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. 2 8 28 1,3 TjTRUIT Trees in endless form and varieties. — Rose and Evergreen Shrubs, Privets and Thorns for hedging; also la-rob trees. Send for price lisi" in which I'll defy competition in qual- ity and price. Orders now booked for Spring 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/- bottleg.-Stanton, Veterinary Chemist, Brecon. 7/3-25/4 TF it doesn't Pay to feed Caittler it certainly — doesn't pay to feed Rats. Rats, Mice, anil Moles instantly destroyed by Stianton's Rat Poison. 6d and 1/- packets.-Sta-nton, 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 yearly. No flockmaster skpuld be without it. 1/9, double size 3/— Sta-nton, Veterinary Chemist, Brecon. 28/2-28/3 T AMBING Season, Lamb Teats, Veterinary — Syringes, Clinical Thermometers, Stanton's Ctwbolised Lambing Oils, and Inflammation Drenches.—Stanton, Veterinary Chemist, Bre. con. 28/2-28/3 PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. "\T0LESKINS, Fox, Otter and Rabbit Skins bought. Highest London market prices paid, by return of post.—M. Gordon, 104, Brank- some Road, London, S.W. 2. 475p/143 \TILIi.—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 information can be had from Samuel, Erwgilfach Farm, Buiith Wel'ls. 488p/213 "YTOLESKINS 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 consents on earthworms, lay in moles' track. Chemists everywhere.—Hugh Davies, Chemist, Machynlleth, Wales. Agent StantoB, Chemist, Brecon. 227p/28318 ? ? !?f??? SKINS "There's money in molee." '—?- Sell to the largest buyers—"The Furriers of the West. "—Edwards and Sons, Hereford. Secure prompt payment. Another advance in price this winter. TWritc for particulars. 428p/283 ATOLESKINS, Fox, Otter and Cat Skins bought; highest London market prices paid by return of post.—M. Gordon, 104, Brank- somc Road. London, S.W. 2. 580p/213 RATS, Ilolcs. Mice, instantly destroyed by Stanton's Rat Poison. 6d and 1, packets. — •Stanton, Veterinary Chemist, Brecon. 7/3-31/3 QTEAM Tractors, Steam Wagons, Traction En- K gines, Road Locomotives, Traction Wagons, I 'Stable Engines, Thrashing Machines, Road Rol- lers, etc., for Sale, Second-hand. Full list free. Special terms armnged. 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 I rJO Farmers.—The Newmarket Powders bring a horse quickly into first-rate condition and health. Purify the blood, sharpen the appetite, iand 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 TATAR ON EAT8.—"Rodine" Rat Po?n n?kps w a clean sweep in one night. Dead vermin dry up. Absolute extermination guaranteed. Swift and deadly. Tins, 6d, 1/ 2/ 3/ 5/ poet, 2d.-Harley, Chemist, Perth. Agents :— Stanton, 26, High Street, Brecon; D. 1. Williams. LJanwrtyd; H. J. Sparey, General Stores, Pres- tn; J. Ward, Buiith Wells: J. Blower, Knigh- í.r..Qd Craven Arms; J. Nicholas, Drug Stores, L'#ndov»ry. 566ri 30- \/yANTED 'to rent close to Llandrindod Wt-lk, 10 to 20 acres rough pia-sturage (unsuitable for ploughing) and woodland, with cottage. Ap- p!y- e!o W. H. Smith and Son, Station Crescent, Llandrindod Wells. 956/62/213 vV ANTED tack for 5 heifers a.nd 3 colts for summer months. Apply 590p/283, "Ex- press" Office, Brecon. AA/'ANTED, about April, tack for six yearling heifers, in one or two lots. Apply to Farmer, c/o Howard Lewis, Stationer. Buiith Wells. 570n/213 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. }'OIt Sale, pure bred light ,and speckled Sussex eggs, 5/- dozen.—Williams, Llanddew Court, Brecon. 535p/143 pULLETS laying, 6/- each, 70/- dozen; 12 chicks and mother, 20/ list 30 breeds free. —Hummell, Stratford, Essex. 472p/66 VOU 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 bv W. M. Davies and Co., The Stores, Sennybridge. 908/45/114 MISCELLANEOUS. A RTIFICIAL Legs, Arms, Hands, Eyes, Crutches, Leg-irons, Trusses, "Sheller's Fasifit" Trusses, Spine Supports; lady attendant -Ladies' Belts, Belt-Corsets, Elastic Stockings, etc.-Allen Pearce, 23, Charles Street, Oardiff. Telephone 1282. List Free. 189 TO Let, Wye Fishing, Llanwrthwl Charity Land.—Applv, Thomas. Doliago. Llan- wrthwl. 989/63/283 Martin H. Hope, MERCHANT, Newbridge-on-Wye, Rads. :(SacceMOr to D. Davies, Esq., Established 52 years.) FLOUR. GRAIN. FORAGE. FEEDING STUFFS. MANURES. Prices upon application. b976/62/213 MINISTRY OF FOOD. Controller: RT. HOK. LORD RHOXODA. FOOD ECONOMY SECTION. 'RBCOIISHIRB COMMITTEE, Chairman: Box. R. C. I)Zvit]&E-rx J ion. Sees. W. T. LEK, C.L.A., T. GBIFFIIH JONKS. Miss OALLADINE (of London) will give COOKERY DEMONSTRA- TIONS at the Schoolroom, Taiybont-on-Usk, ON é MONDAY, MARCH 18th, at 2 p.m., ■ AND AT THE Town Hall, Brecon, On TUESDAY, MARCH 19th, at 7 p.m. All interested in Food Economy Coukery are cordially invited to attend. — ADMISSION FREE. -b997i63/143 AUCTION APPOINTMENTS. Messrs. Miller, Powell & Co. (F.A.I.) March 19th.Brecon Auction Mart. March 20th.—Sale cf Stock. Implements, &c.. at. Cae Pare. Trallong. March 22,nd.-Sale of Freehold Property at the Tower Hotel. Talgarth. March 23rd.-Sale of Stock, Implements and Furniture at Maeslltvydart, Seni^ybridge. March 25th.—Sale of stock and Implements at Cilmery Farm, Buiith Wells. Oae Pare, Trallong. ATESSRS. 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, MARCH 20tb, 1918. the whole of the STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, DAIRY UTENSILS, &c., a.; follows HORSES.—Very useful Cart Mare in foal. CATTLE.—Cow with calf at foot and a Cow to calve in April, both excellent milkers, 2 Yearl- ing Heifers. SHEEP.—30 Ewes in yean or with li mb. 3 Yearling do.. 4 Yearling Sheep, 1 Ram. IMPLEMENTS.—Gambo, Plough, pair Har- rows, C'haffcutter, Turnipcutter, Sheep Rack. Wheelbarrotw, Ladder, &c., &c. HARNESS.—1 Bridle., 2.Collars, Cart Sa,ddle and Breechband, sot 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 Tin. Steelyards, &c. Also a quantity of POTA- TOES. Sale at 2.30 p.m. prompt. b978/49/142 Tower Hotel, TALGARTH. SALE OF FREEHOLD DWELLING HOUSES. ATESSRS. MILLER. POWELL & CO.. have received instructions to Sell at the above place on FRIDAY, MARCH 2:2nd, 1918. the following Freehold Properties. LOT 1.—All the freehold dwelling house, known as "A\ESTON HOUSE," and situated in the New Road, in the town of Talgarth, containing sitting room, kitchen, back kitchen, scullery-, wash- house, coal-liquse, with 3 bedrooms, bath room and usual offices, with a large ya.rd. containing two well-built sheds aind now let to Mr William Jones. LOT 2.-All thai Freehold Building Site. situa- ted in New Hoad, as above, and of an area of 2GO square yards or thereabouts. LOT 3.—All that Freehold Dwelling House. situate in the village of Bronllys. one mile distant from Talgarth, containing sitting room, kitchen, I with 3 hedrooJlls and a large and productive gar- den. now in the occupation of Mr Arthur Griffiths, at tenant. LOT 4.—AH tha,t Freehold Dwelling House ad- joining Ldl 3, as above, with sitting room, kitchen, 3 bedrooms, and a. large and productive garden, and now let to Mr Arthur Wathan. LOT 5.—All that Freehold Building most ex- cellently fitted for a smithy, with a large-covered Pentist adjoining wfth iron pillars, pitched floor and slated room, and now used as a workshop. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers, Castle Street, Brecon. SALE AT 2 O'CLOCK PROMPT. Cilmery Farm, 2 miles distant from Buiith Wells, and skua ted near to Cilmery Station. L. & N. W. Kail way. Highly Attractive Sale of 180 KERRY EWES and YEARLING THEAVES. 24 head of HEREFORD and SHORTHORN CATTLE. 2 Grand SHIRE FILLIES, IMPLEMENTS, Part of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, POTA- TOES. Etc. ————— ATESSRS. MILLER, POWELL & CO., have been instructed to Sell by Public Auction at Ihe above place, in conjunction with Mr J. A. Evans, the live stock, implements, etc., as fol- lows, on MONDAY, THE 25th MARCH, 1918. SHEEP.-120 very handsome Kerry .Ewes, two I Years old. in lamb, or possibly some of them with lambs; GO Yearling Thea-ves. CATTLE.-7 Young Hereford Cows with their catves at foot; 5 very promising Shorthorn Cows and Heifers with their calves -at foot (all cf them excellent milkers). HORSES.-2 Grand Shire Fillies, rising two years old. IMPLEMENTS.—2 Carts, G-arnbo body. Ted- der. Horse Rake, Mower, hea.vy iron Roll, 4 Sheep (Racks, 3 Poultry Houses, galvanised Cattle Cribs, -a l vanise d Cattle Cribs, Sheep Troughs, etc., etc. FURNITURE.—Large Kitchen Table, two Bedsteads, Steelyards, etc. POTATOES. About 6 Irons of excellent I Potatoes in 1 cwt. lots. REFRESHMENTS AT 1 p.m. Sale at 2.30 p.m. to the minute to suit trains. Three months' credit on approved security for sums above X5, or 'tihe usual discount for cash. Mr. T. J Phillips; March 18Hv Auction Mart. March 19th.—Brecon Cattle Market, Sale Wood- feller's Tools. March .-Cross.cut Saws, Axe3, Efrc., at 12 o'clock. March 2.5tb.-Tlaaybout Auction Mart. MI. Francis Geotge Price. l&th.—Hay Auction Mai*> • March 26th.-Talgarth Auction Mart. April Vt.-Hay Auction Mart. April -Sale of Property at Hay. AUCTION APPOINTMENTS. Messrs. Miller, Powell & Co. (F.A.I.) Maesllwydart, SENNYBRIDGE. MESSRS. MILLER, POWELL & CO., have reoeiVed instructions from Mr William Wnliams. who is leaving thea farm, to Sell bv Public Auction. a!t the above place ou SATURDAY, MARCH 23rd. 1918, STOCK, JMPLEMENTS & pURNITURE, as follow^ 16 EWES in and with lamb. PO-N-Y, quiet under saddle and in harness. IMPLEMENTS.—Trap and harness, wheel- barrow. heel-rake, ca.rt, harness, side-,aadd-le, etc. 11 LlvNITURE. Oak settle, 2 coffers, oak table, chest of drawers. 2 bedsteads, wash stand, table 2 benches, scales and weights, dairv utensils spin- ning wheel, etc. A small quantity of hay. POt LTLY. 30 fowls and (J^ducks. i- .1 • SALE AT 2.30 P. SHARP. b 1004.49 213 Messrs. David & W. J. Pric- ￼ °< Stock ™* Implewents at Bre,?on '.Nlarket. Sa^day' Iarch 30th.-Anqual Gra55 Letting at Bol- g ?2n<,jy' Aph) 8th.—AnBuaLl &ra? Lettinc at Sc?thro" Seaturday, ApnJ 13th.-Annu? UWng £ AberyS- .If. Apn[ lotit.—Sale of ?-identia] Villa at BuiHh W II LuT,)-: l I'th. Annual Gras Letting at Da.: or. U LS.; ??'" 2h, Annual Grass Letting at Llwyn- ~^nn"al Gras.5 Letting at Alltarnog. April ——Annua) Cra? Letting at Pytindu. Brecon Cattle MaTket. TUESDAY. 19th MARCH, 1918. MESSRS. DAVID & W. J. PRICE will Sell J. PRICE will Sell by Auction as follows 1* AGED COB HORSE. o Also the following implements Gamba. 1 Set of L-ong Tack, 1 Set Tra-p Harness, Collar and Bridle, Wheelbarrow. 4 Pikles and Rakes. 1 Ga,r- den Bake, Dutch Hots, Timber Chajn Sledge, Beetle and Iron Bar, 2 Saws, Corn Bin, Trap Liit, Fencing Engine. Auger, 17 Steel Traps, etc.; also a Cambridge Roller.in excellent condition. Sale at 12 o'clock. bl004 '48/143 Builth Wells. SALE OF A BEAUTIFUL DETACHED VILLA. 31 ESSRS. DAVID & W. J. PRICE will offer for Sale by Auction on April 15th, the beautiful Freehold Yilla. known as the "STRAND," Builth Wells. Further particulars nert week. b945/48 Messrs. James Straker, Son and Chadwiok. TO FARMERS, BUILDERS AND WHEELWRIGHTS. LLANGYNIDR Timber Yard and Saw Mills, BRECONSHIRE. ————— « WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20th. T gTBAKER SON & CHADWICE. F.A.I., J. are favoured with instruction? from Messrs. A. Jones and Sons, Ltd., to Sell by Auction, a large quantity of Surplus PLANKING, BOARDS. GATES, GATE POSTS,-HIUR-DLES, &c., including Ash, Elm, Oak and other PI inking, Oak and Elan Coffin Boards, quantity of Larch, Elm, and Chestnut Boards, Gates, Gate Posts, Hurdles, Felloes, Spokes, smull Timber Carriage, for three tons, several sets of Single Harness. *Lady's -a d v' ,q Saddle, etc. Sale at 2 o'clock sharp. Terms strictly Cash. Auctioneers' Offices. Aber?.vennT and Crickhowell. b937/62/142 Aberga-venny and Cr.Icl?bow?ell. Messrs. Campbell & Hamer. Glanedw, Rhulen. MESSRS CAMPBELL, F.A.I., & RAMAR are-favoured with instructions from Mr W. Powell, who is retiring from farming, to sell by Auction, upon the above premises, on FRIDAY, MARCH 22nd, the whole of his Superior Live and Dead FARMING STOCK, comprising 112 Hardy Radnor and Kerry Sheep, 4 Hereford Cattle, 5 Cart and Gob Horses, the Agricultural Implements and Gearing, together with a portion of the Household Furniture. Sale to Comm nee at 1-30 prompt. Auctioneer's Offi e Brynllj a, LlPEdrinlod Wella. ILL KINDS OF INSURANCES EFFECTED. I Ar CLAIMS PROMPTLY 8ETTLED. Aawert for several FIBST-CLASS COMPANIES. W. WILLIAM8, Aoeoantant, iMamnee, and General Agent, SENNYBRIDGE, and vt 14, SHIP STREET, BBECON. b724