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Meat Shortage MEREDITH & SONS, The Stores, Brecon. for Tinned and Potted Salmon, Sardines, Herrings Prawns, etc., in Oil and Tomato Sauce at lowest prices. No Coupon required for Fish or Fish Pastes.
FLORAL WREATHS I AND CROSSES AT Lowest Prices ON Shortest Notice. MEREDITH FSONS, I The Stores, aREGM. < L!
PREPAID ADYERTISEMENTS. PREPAID SCALE. < the following Scale of Charges eecures the insertion of the following classes of Advertisementa in both "THf BRECON AND RADNOR EXPRESS," AND fHE RADNOR EXPRESS," APARTMENTS, SITUATIONS VACANT OR WANTED, ro BE LET OR SOLD, LOST AND FOUND, AND MISCELLANEOUS WANTS. Three Six Words. Once. Times. Times. 14 words. 0 0 1 e.. 2 6 M ?ord. 1 9 2 ° 30 vorde. 1 1 l" -l S 1 4 0 Vh extra 8 words 0 4 0 8 1 0 l!? c £ ^awhere roplies are to t? sent to the"Expr&M" Office, and forwarded by us, 3d extra to above prices must be sent. *? ?n al? casM the? Charges are for e&?h with order. If not pre-paid, they will be charged sixpence per line per insertion. BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS. Announcements unaer inis heading must J>e authenti- cated by the name and address of the sender, and are inserted at a charge of Two Shilling and Sixpence each when not exceeding five lines; over five lines Sixpence per line. Marriage Notice, 2/0. Birth Notice, 2/6. Notice of Thanks, 2/6. In Memoriam Notice, 2/0. Ohituary Notioe, 2/6. Notice of Death and Funeral, 2/6. Wedding Presents, 2d per line. Ust of Wreaths in Funeral Report, 2d per line. Where lines of poetry are added to "In Memoriam" notices, an extra charge of 6d per line will be made. j SITUATIONS VACANT. BRICKLAYERS wanted; full district rate paid, plus bonus.—Apply, Coppee Company, Tondu, Glam. 1492p2612 CAPABLE General, plain cooking, small family and email modern house; good wages "T t::) 0 paid; send copy eference.-La.. Maisonette. Bryn- field Road, Mumbles. 1420pl2l2 COOK GENERAL (experienced) wanted.— Apply, by letter, to Mrs Newenham Deane, Little Osba-ston, Monmouth. 1443pl212 COOK-GENERAL or General wanted; family two.—Apply. Mrs Marsh. "Bryntinon, Abergavenny. 1494p2612 GOOD Spare-time Agency.—Applications invited from respectable Working-men in regular em- ployment, or Small Established Shopkeepers, to supply Boots, Suits, Drapery, Watches, and Jew- ellery for cash or credit. Commission highest paid; men liberally supported with, samples; no outlay.—Apply Freeman, Contractors H.M. Gov- ernment, Lavender Hill, London, S.W.ll 1143pl212 GQOD Christian Girl required as general; small family, wages ir20 to £ 24.—Mrs Gale, Field's Court, Newport. MOD. 1442p21 GOOD General wanted for farm-house; able to milk.-AI)plv, .\Irs McTurk, Tredustan, Sennybridge. 779/ 1-J0/1912 HOUSEKEEPER wanted at onco for farm-1 bouse.—Apply, Aaron Thomas. Tynywern, Foronel, Dolau, Radnorshire. 14B0p2B12 LINOTYPE OPERATOR wanted, permanency. Apply, Exprres8 Office, Brecon. SHAHP Errand boy wanted in Brecon; good op- portunity for smart boy to learn good trade. Apply by letter to Box 1 F, c/o "Express" Office, Brecon. TIMBER-FELLEKS wanted.—Apply. Phillips. Dot. Brecon. 1488p2612 W ANTED immediateJy, good General for farin- house: able to milk: good home land wages. Mrs Jenkins, Gigroan Farm, St. Mary's Church, Cowbridge. 1338p301 w ANTE, D useful Help in farmhouse.-Apply, I Mrs Stad, Keynsham, Woolaston. near Lydney, Gîos. 1335pl212 W ANTED good cook-general and house-parlour- maid; good wagcs.Elvezia," Radyr. near Cardiff. 1376p1912 WANTED, General Servant.—Apply, state wagt's, Mrs Jones, ^St. Theodore's Vicar- age, Port Talbot. 1396/2612 tyl^ TANTED for txradmuking at Llanwrda (work of National Importance), Labourers, 1/- per hour, Quarrymen, 1/1 per hour. Full time g Uia ran teed, freo hut, sub daily, fares paid under usual conditions.— Watson & Horrocks, Ltd., Contractors, Bridgend and Llacwrda. r 1407p/132 WANTED, Housekeeper for working man, with two children.—Apply, Watkine, Sychnant, Newbridge-on-W ye. 1378pl912 TANTED, for business house in London, two Housmaid Waitresses; friends preferred, ] I good wages and outings, and oomfortable home; ailw¡ay fare paid on am-iTai.—Apply. Housekeeper, 1 B. B. Evans & Co., Ltd., 142/162, High Hoad, I Kilburn, N.W. 6. 1417pl212 WANTED, good strong General, widow not I I objected to: wages, kW; small family, re- ] tereuce required.—Mre Bareham, "Marquis of 1 feiite" Ho red. Docks. Cardiff. 1424p202 WANTED, good plain Cook for London flat; one lady; two servants.—Apply, stating age, wages, rerierences, The Honble. G. Lewis, The Hill, Abergavenny. 1426pl212 WANTED, experienced Cook-General; family three; nurse kept; woman for washing re- ferences required.—'Mrs T. J. Lewis. 5, St. James' Gardens, Swansea. 1428p21 TITAN TED, good General Servant. able to do pkiu cooking; comfortable home. near the sea; good wages.—Apply, F. Welch Lacy, Tailor, 222, High Street, Swansea, or at 45, Glanbrydan Avenue, Uplands, Swansea. 7427pl212 NITAN-TED, good General, Builth Wells, small «'* family, £ 18- £ 20, plain cooking. good re- ferences required.—Apply, by letter, 767,112/1212, Express" Office, Brecon. WANTED smart Girl to help in shop, &c.- Apply, Handler, Crown Stores, Builth. 754/112/1212 \\fANTED good Gencral.-Apply, YJn Uailtoft, Ashfit-ld, Builth Wells. 1435pl212 \\7" ANTED immediately steady Man, wi'th all round knowledge of farming, to work 2^ acre dairy farm good 'wages .and house to siiitabl.4e I1 I.;I N.—"Rector, Taiybont-on-Usk. 758/130 YOUNG Girl wanted, to assist housekeeper in housework.—Addams-Williams, The Ton, Raglan. l,M6pl212 WANTED, good General, two in family; good w ge. A IPIV, -NITS Williams. Vicarage. LlangunHo. Radnorshire. 1 tf!0pl912 7ANTKD. 'a Cook-General for small business lioti,;e. -Apply, E. A. Beveridge. Drapers, Abergavennv. 1456p301 \7t7ANTED, good General Servant, small fa-milv; reference.—Mrs Francis, Ardwyn. Newton, Portlica/wl. 1478p2612 w ANTED, General Servant, 2 in taniily.- Good ,rekrence.s.-ApPÀY, Mrs Plant, the icarage, Raglan. 1477pl61 WANTED, experienced farm iliand as Waggoner good wages and cottage; re- ferences required.—Apply, Mrs Neale, Dolmeiddii. Farm Llanstephan, Bought rood, Radnorshire. I 1484p1912 mzr .j?* -st I PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. W AKTED, at once, willing clean Girl as general ihelp.—Mrs Hughes, Channings, Llandrindod Wells. 781/117/1912 WANTED thorouglily experienced General, all duties except washing; good salary .for .suitable person.—Apply, 24, High Street, Knigh- ton. r793/119/1912 WAINTED respectable Girl 'as help.-Apply, Mrs Saunders, 4, Castle Street, Hay. 1471pl912 ^1^7ANTED young General, 18-20, help given, good Ilome.-Apply, Davies, 14, Cardiff Road, Barry, Cardiff. 798/131 WANTED good General, good references re- (jul -ed.-Thomas, Glanynan't Farm, Whit- church. near Cardiff. 1473pl912 WANTED GeneMl Servant, experienced; good references, wages £ 20, -small family, private house in Brocon.Appiy, Box 1469pl912, E xpress" Office, Brecon. TT7ANTED good General, two in fanilly.- Apply, Mrs Meredith, Walford Cottage, Brecon. 1470pl912 WANTED, a good Farm Workman; good cottage and garden convenient; liberal wages paid to a suitable man.—Joffes, Gwmcaan- his. Sennybridge. 1476p2612 T 1,7ANTED, an experienced good Cook-General. Age about 30 to 35 or 40. Good references o indispensable; three in t a may house parlourmaid and bet ween-maid kept. Wages, £ 30.—Apply, Mrs Liawford, Boifuhwnog. Dolgelly. 1474p2612 WANTED, Cook-General- or Help in farm- house; young maid kept, no baking or out- side work, 2 in family; good wages to capable "ill.—Jones, Griffinlloyd, Llangunllo, Rads. 1475p2612 IN T'A-N-TED, working Salesman and. Miller for Llanbister Road Depot; must have had ex- perience with oil engine.—The Radnorshire Coal. &c., Co., Ltd., Knighton. 835/119/2612 W ANTED, strong Girl as general; used to children; X2 10s per month.—Mrs S. Bennett, 11, Penlhne Road, Whitchurch, Glam. 1481pl61 HOUSE-PARLOURMAID and Cook-General required fauw^jt- three.-Mxs Campbell, Sherwood, Park Roaa, Penawth, near Oanlitf. I 1482pl61 W AKTED. in January, a good plain cook.- .Ilr.i V,aii,Iian Price, 27, Grimston Avenue,!j Folkestone. 834/132/2612 WANTED C-ook-General and House-Parlour- maid for Brecon, about 28th December; good references required.—Apply, by letter, to Mrs Ashby, the County House, Brecon. 1483p2612 WT ANTED a capable General or Mother's Help. Mrs- Morton, Rockfield, Talyllyn, near Breco4. 1489p2612 WANTED, General Servant; itwo in family.— Mrs Roger Prosser, "Bronwydd," Alexan- dra Road, Brecon. 1490p2612 WANTED, good all-round cattle and sheep- dog.—Apply, Box 1498p2612, "Express" Offices, Brecon. WANTED an experienced Nurse for baby girl1 VV 18 -iiioatlig. -Write Box 1493p2612, "E, x- press" Office, Brecon. WANTF,D, good General, age 18 to 20; busi- ness house.—T. J., c/o Ferris, Hay. 7497pl212 SITUATIONS WANTED. GAMEKEEPER seeks situation, keen ra-brbrit and vermin trapper; willing and obliging; I aged 36, married (one child); good reference, or be personally recommended.—Apply, by letter, to Box 1467p2612, "Express" Office, Brecon. TO LET OR FOR SALE. ESPLANADE HOTEL, PORTHCAWL; 100 rooms; perfect winter climate; inclusive terms from 9/Apply Manageress. 1259p9119 j X^rVE-ROOMED Cottage and large Garden to let, southern view; rent; 3/1 per week, landlord pays rates.-Apply, Joseph Grimt.hs, Castle Bank, Knighton. 1486p2612 TO-Let in 1 or 2 lots, from September 29th, 1918, the portion of the "Express" premises on the Bulwark, now occupied by the Liberal Club. Foa terms apply Manager, "Express" Buildings, Brecon. TA7 AN TED at Candlemas for mixed farm near Gilw(.Tn, wcrking farm bailiff and wife;* wife capable of mana.ging small dairy; permanent berth for reliable couple. Further particulars from F. James, Draper, Forth. 840/132/2612 WANTED, dormitory maid and bet ween-maid, with good references; write full particulars. —'Miss Gould, The College, Llandovery. 1485p2612 LOST AND FOUND. LOST from Tynewydd Farm, Libaous, black- — faced'Ram, two years old; pitchmark, heart oil rump trad side.—W. Perrofct.. 1429pl212 LOST li year old chestnut Pony docket, white face, about 12t hands higih; finder reward- ed. detainer piosecuted.-Lowiis, 58, Gwladys Street, Caeracca, Dowlaia. 1433pl212 T OST in Builth Market, llth November, Sheep L Dog, dark yellow hushy tail; finder reward- ed, detainer prosecuted.—Luther Jones, Panty- rwyn, Erwood, Breconsbire. 1434pl212 T OST, from Rhydywain, Hirwain, November 15th, chestnut horse, 14 hands, 4 year old, white face, spot on lefc eye; finder rewarded, de- tainer pro.,iecuted.-E vans. 1495p2612 UTRAYED to Upper Wernfigan, Sennybridge, I since middle of October, 3 half-years-old I Hereford Heifer. Owner can have same on pay- ing expemses. -Apply, Davies. U TRAY ED to Cwmgilla, Knighton, Hereford k heifer; owner can have same by paying ex- penses.—Bowen, 1487p2612. 1— FOR SALE OR PURCHASE. A RMY BOOTS, 12/6 and 14/6, postage 9d. Re- soled and Heeled, Hobs or Pla.in. Heel and Toe Plates; satisfaction ua ran teed.-D eaves, 158, St. Luke's Road, Bedminster, Bristol. 1225p2119 lOH Sale, Seed Wheat (Squarehead's Master). For particulars, apply E. Nash, Buckland Home Farm, Bwlch. 733/129/1212 FOR Sale, 4 Belgian hares and 6 Flemish Bel- gian rabbits, 8 weeks old; 3/6 each.—W. Baker. Pheasantry, Builth Wells. 1437pl212 FO" L. Sale, fittings complete for 3-stall stable and horse box.—Penry Jones. Llandrindod Wells. 1452pl912 F LOATS, fit 13 to 16 hia-nds, .suit farmers or milk dealers, carry four, six or eight churns; 30 useful Lorries, Governess Cars and Ra-lli Carts; Pony Traps, by best makers, choice of 50. Apply —W. George. 35, Essex Street, off Bristol Street, Birmingham. 1308pl6ll9l '¡;=- -I" ;r =r,r'L-d:-#: .)i" PREPAID ADYERTISEflJENTS. Funs .FURS, FURS, £10 10s sets at R3 13s 6d. Having purchased the entire stock of one of the largest West End Furriers, I can offer some of the finest furs at one-third cost. I have some very fashionable black sets latest Tango stole and large round Muff. I can offer the set complete at X3 13s 6d. This is a X10 10s set. I shall be pleased to forward on approval willingly.—Bel- mont, 3, Aubert Park, Highbury, London, N. 1351pl212 GREY HAIR permanently and speedily restored to its original colour by using Harrison's Hair Colour Restorer. It is not ia dye, but by natural mean's acts as a restorative. Contains nothing injurious, and is beneficial to the growth andbcalicy of ithe Hair. In bottles, price 1/6 (postage 6d extra). Manufacturer :-G W. Har- rison, Hair Specialist, Reading. Agent for Bre- con F. L. Stanton. Knighton G. M. Perkins, Chemist. Builth Wells J. Ward. Llandovery: T. Roberts. 1127p6319 MOLESKINS, Rabbits, Feathers, Horsehair, -*• etc., wanted.—H. Stuart and Co., Albion Buildings,. Aldergate Street, London, E.C. 1. 586/109/16119 MOLE, Fox, Oiiter Skifis wanted. Must be — stretched and air-dried. Any quantity taken. Top prices. Cash by return. Send im- mediately to Dept. 8, Cohen, 6, Emerald Street, London, W.C. 1. 1330p23119 I KEEP WELL. You can't afford an. illness. Use "NOSTROLINE" Nasal Specific to pre- vent and cure Nasal Catarrh, Coli in the Head, 'I Influenza and all infectious disorders of throat and nostrils. Should be lat hand in every home. ￼ Of leading Chemists everywhere, 1/3 by post I 1/5). Sold by W. Gwill?m, 46, High Street, Brecon; A. R. Evans, 46, Beaufort Street, A. M. Jones, 73, King Street, Brynmawr; H. T. T. | Roberts. Abergavenny; J. Ward, Builth; W. H. Kirkland, High Street, Grickhowell; G. M. Per- kins, Knighton; R. H. Evans and W. W. Jolin- son, Llandrindod; R. C. Prytherch, D. 1. Wil- liams, Llanwrtyd; J. Parry and Co., Sennybridge; J. Parry, Talgarth; A. R. DaNies, PMsteign; J. H. James and Co., Medical Hall, Llandovery. MILK wanted, any quantity.—Apply, Dairy, 25. Neath Road, Swansea. 1449pl912 pIANO BARGAIN,S.-C.Ilard an(I Collard up- i right in Walnut Case, £ 60; Eason Upright in | Walnut Case, £ 58; Dunmo Ellis Upright in Wal- nut Case, £ 55; Pianolo, JE26. All instruments guaranteed, and delivered carriage paid. Write for Complete catalogue and bargain list to C. Mil- som and Son, Ltd., The Great West of England Pita no House, 15, Milsom Street, Bath. 582/110/16/19 I 'T'IMBER for 'Sale. standing on Plas-y-gaer Farm, Cantref Parish, rrear a good road, about four miles from Brecon, comprising 3 ash, 2 spruce, 32 laroh, 66 oak, more or less.—P. Conwav Lloyd, Canon Frome, Ledbury. ¡.. 791/131/1912 OCK SALT, in Jarge or small quantities, from R, Stanton, Veterinary Chemist, Brecon. 943/123/2612 QHORTHORN Calves for rearing from best Carmarthenshire dairy herds at reasonable prices. -Ja.ilies, Cilwnwg, Lknelly. 1479pl32 piCTURES, well framed, hundreds of p&ttems. See the new, neat, pohsbed wood moulding, can be cleaned and always looka new.-Tyler and Son, Bulwark, Brecon. 252 T>ABBITS.—Wanted any quantity, trapped or shot. W,rit-W. Mitchell and Son, Fruit Merchants, Smithfield Market, Manchester. 1306p23119 WALLPAPERS.-Any Quantity, large or small, suppl, led qt Wholesale Prices. Largest stock, in Great Britain. Write for patterns, stating class re(itilred.-(Dept. 223), Burnett Wallpaper Co., Ltd., Manchester, AdiLo 1465p46 R AT WAR ENDS in tEe atter extermination of tliese destructive vermin wherever "PIODINE" RAT POISON is used. It never fails. Rats can't resist it. Tins, Gd, 1/ 2/ 3/ 5/ post 3d. Harley, Chemist, Perth. Agents:—Stanton, 26, High Street, Brecon; D. 1. Williams, IAanwrtyd; H. J. Spa-rey, General Stores, Presteign; J; Ward, Builth Wells; J. Blower, Knighton and Craven Arms; J. Nicholas, Drug Stores, Llandovery; J. Parry and Co., Sennybridge. 1123p1912 W ALL PAPER, of beat designs 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 WANTED by Wholesale Firm, weekly quantity of Burning Peat. Will pay cash with order. -J. Banister and Son, Handcross, Pitlake, West Croydon, Surrey. 1221p2612 WANTED, litter of Puppies, any small breed. Full particulars, Penry Jones, Llandrindod Wells. 1452pl912 6 H.P. Areling Traction Engine. 4'6" Clayton I Threshing Machine. 4'0" Boston Clover Huller. 5-tons Cyarrett Steam Wagon. Batons Savage Steam Tradtor. All to be seen at Reading. Balata Belts stocked in tall widths up to 6 inches. Henry Lewis & Sons, Thames Bank Ironworks, Reading. Telgrams Lewis, Reading. Phone 201. 1430p211119 WANTED, Rabbit Warren, about 400 to 600 aores rent or purchase.—Apply, by letter, to Box 785/130, "Express" Office, Brecon. AGRICULTURAL. I ALTERNATIVE AND CONDITION POW- -"• DERS.—Working Horses should be given Stanton's Alternative Powders daring the winter months, they keep the Kidneys in Order, the legs from swelling, the blood pure. Safe for Mares in Foal; for Conditioning horses for Show or Sale Stanton's Condition Powders. In 1 lb. and 3 lb. canisters.—Stanton, Veterinary Chemist, Brecon. 7/11—27/2 "QUTTER COLOUR. The beautiful golden shade most desired by Butter makers is given by Stanton's Butter Colour. Tasteless, odourless. Large bottles 9d and 1/4.-S¡anton, Veterinary Chemist, Brecon. 7/11—30/1 "MOLBAT" Moles Poison.—Infallible, safe, —— speedy. Destroy the Moles. 1/6 packets, Sprinkle contents on earthworms, lay in moles' track. Chemists everywhere.—Hugh Davies, Chemist, Mabynlleth, Wales. Agent Stanton, Chemist, Brecon. 600/126/24419 K ARSWOOD Poultry Spice will not "Knock" —— eggs uot of hens fed on sawdust, but tthat it will largely increase egg average of birds reason- iablyfed is beyond dispute. Contains ground in- sects. 21d., 7 £ d., 1/3. Start using it to-day.— G.M. Perkins, Chemist, 6, High Street, Knigli- ton. 1144pl2/2 "DIG POWDERS.-Ybur Pigs will do well on ■ Stanton's Pig Powders. They make bad I doers thrive and good doers do better. Packets 4d, Sd and 1/3.Stanton, Veterinary Chemist, Bre- con. 7/11—27/2 1 ■■ ■■ PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. pOULTRY POWDER.—Poultry pays if well managed and good Poultry Keepers say that it pays to give Stanton's Poultry Powder. It kerps them in good health, prevents disease and doubles the egg basket. Packets 4d, 8d and -1/3. -,tanton, Veterinary Chemist, BreooD. 7/11-27/2 j AIOLESKINS, Rabbits, Hares, wanted, 80/ I 100 beat winter clears; write for list; no connection with other firm.—Cohen, 43, Downs j Road, Clapton, London, E. 5. 1337p205 ¡ I POULTRY. i H ;TS whieh don't llay don't pay. Karswood l (Harmless) Poultry Spice, containing ￼ gro- d insects, ensures eggs. Try it. Packets "jd, 1/3, from Jobn Morris & Son, Supply Sto ?. Builth Wells. 1444pl212 PALLETS and Ducks, fine laying strains, — March, 1918; batched laying 10/6 each, £ 6 dozen; hints and l? tfree.—HummeU, Strat- ford- Essex. 1418pl202 pEDIGREE utUity White Leghorn Cockerels, bought as chicks direct from special pen of Edward Cam, bolder of world's record in laying competition. One guinea each. Sisters to cockerels now laying splendidly, commencing I before 6 months' old.—-Mrs Careless, Bearwood, Pern bridge. 1464pl912' WANTED, new laid Eggs, best price given; 'also turkey's.—Price, Poulterer, Woking- ¡ham I Berks. 133pl212 14 ham, EGGS a penny is the price one poultry-keeper pays for his EXTRA eggs by using Karswood (Harmless) Poultry Spice. 21d, 7?d, 1/3. Meredith & Sons, High Street, Brecon. 1453p91 MISCELLANEOUS. JL R JIFICIAL Legs, Arms, Hands, Eyes, Crutches, Leg-irons, Trusses, "Shelter's Easifit" Trusses, Spine Supports; lady attendant —Ladies' Belts, Belt-Corsets, Elastic Stockings, et.c.-Allen Pearce, 23, Charles Street, Cardiff. Telephone 1282. List free. 189/122/141119 ^HlMNEY SWEEPING thoroughly done by practical m-an; contracts taken.-Applv, Troveeca Stores, Treveccia, Talgarth. 142lp91 AUCTION APPOINTMENTS. Messrs Price and Evans. Builth Wells Mart. 8TORESTOOK & GRADING. MONDAY, DECEMBER 16th. No Grading on Dom Fair. PRICE & EVANS, Auctioneers. b809/U7/1212 Builth Wells Mart. NO GRADING will take place on MONDAY, DECEMBER 23rd, 1913. k PRICE & EVANS, Auctioneers. b/810 117/7012 FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY. Maengowyn Farm, One. mile and a half from Builth Wells. A Useful Stock Farm of 114 acres or thereabouts of sound meadow pasture, arable and wood- land; excellent and superior Farm H<w se, with suitable buildings in excellent repair, good water supply, with valuable grazing rights on two adjoin- ing hills. Further particulars, etc., from the Auctioneers, Builth. b656/117/tc Messrs.«Wm. & Walter James. CARMARTHENSHIRE, BRECONSHIRE, AND CARDIGANSHIRE. IN THE PARISHES OF LLAN DIN GAT. LLYWEL, CILYCWM, CAIO, LLAN- SAWEL LLANDILO, and in the BOROUGH OF LLANDOVERY. Particulars. Plans and Conditions of Sale of the Maesllydan Hall Estate, comprising 16 Farms and Small Holdings, including the noted and extensive Sheep Farms of NANTY- BAST and TRAWSNANT, etc., with Grouse Moors, and 11 Letts of Town Property, including thiat fine old Residence and well-wooded grounds, "LLANDINGAT HOUSE," several choice Building Sites, etc., the whole aggregating an Area nearly 4,000 ACRES, 4. which will be offered for Sale by Public Auction by MESSRS. WILLIAM & WALTER JAMES, F.A.I.. at the TOWN HALL. LLAN- DOVERY, on FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20th, 1918, at 1 o'clock p.m. to the minute. The Lots ma be -received on application to the Tenants. Copies oftbes.e Particulars, Plans and Con- ditions of Sale may be had on application to the Auctioneers, 7, doa!t, Street, Swansea, and Frondeg, Llangadock, or to D. T. M. Jones, Esq., Solicitor, Llandovery. Please bring tihese Particulars with you to the Sale. b791/130/1212. ALL KINDS OF INSURANCES EFFECTED. BR CLAIMS PROMPTLY SETTLED. AQSNT for several FraST-CLASO COMFANIIB. I W. WILLIAMS, Accountant, Imoranoe, and General Agent, Sennybridge. Telephone, No. 9, Sennybridge, and Brecon, "Express" Buildings, Bulwark. AUCTION APPOINTMENTS. BREOONSHIRE. Parishes of Bronllys, Talgarth and Llanigon. Sale of Residential Property and Accommodation Land. MESSRS DAVID and W. J. PRICE are favoured with instructions to Sell by Auction at the CASTLE HOTEL, BRECON, on FRIDAY, THE 20TH DAY OF DECEMBER, 1918, at 2-30 p.m., the VALUABLE and HISTORIC RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY known as "BRONLLYS CASTLE," with OUTBUILDINGS, GARDENS, GROUNDS, and LAND, also several Lots of ACCOMMO- DATION LAND in close proximity to the Town of Talgarth, as follows:- I Area. Tenants. Rental. Lot. arish eecriPtion. _II- Tenant.. Rental. j ￼ ￼ 1 'I Bronllys » Bronllys Castle i 16-232, Mrs Pughe Evans and Mr 89 0 F. G. Price 2 do Castle Fields j 17 032 Mr F. G. Price 41 0 3 do. Building Site 1-306 Mr James Price 3 0 4 Talgarth Pasture Field 6-181 Mr W. L. Powell 19 0 5 do. Builders' Yard .1 '6b Mr T. D. Evans 3 10 6 do. Poature & Arable F -el?.? 15:2'910 *3 Mr J. J. Powell 45 0 7 do. do. do. 15-289 Mr F. G. Price 30 0 8 do do. do. f 5-274 do. 10 0 9 do Pasture j 9-270 Mr T. Stephens 19 0 10 Llanigon do. ) 1-262 Lord Glanusk 3 0 The land comprising Lots 1 and 2 is intersected by the River Llynfi, in which there is excellent trout fishing. Most of the land included in the sale is firt class Meadow and Pasture Land. Further particulars and plans can be had upon application to Messrs Peake, Bird, Collins and Co., Solicitors, 6, Bedford Row, London, W.C.I G. Garnons Williams, Esq., Ashburnham Estate Office, Burry Port; or to the Auctioneers, Bulwark, Brecon. b712/ll3/l912 Messrs. David & W. J. Price. Monday, December 16.-Tal)-bont Grading Mart. 0 Tuesday, December 17th.—Brecon Grading Mart. Wednesday, December 18th.-Sennybridge GradiBg ta.rt Friday, December 20th.-Rale of Bronliye Castle and Accommodation Land at Talgarth. Talybont Auction and Grading Mart. MONDAY, DECEMBER 16th, 1918. Brecon Auction and Grading Mart. TUESDAY, DECEMEU 17th, 1918. -%IE.P, 17tli, 1918. Sennybridge Auction and Grading Mart. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 18th, 1918. Auctioneers Messrs. DAVID & W. J. PRICE. h838/113/1212 — Mr. Arthur S. T. Lucas. Sale with the permission of the Controller of Timber Supplies (Board of Trade) and in accordance with the # provisions of the Timber standing and Home Grown Timber Prices Order, 1918. TO TIMBER MERCHANTS, COLLIERY PROPRIETORS AND OTHERS. BRECONSHIRE, Garth on the L. & N.W. Railway, between Llangain- march Wells and Builth Road. Mil. ARTHUR S. T. LUCAS bas been instructed by the Owners of the Garth FiState to Sell bv Public Auction at the GARTH HOTEL, GARTH, on WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 18th, 1918, in one Lot, the following VALUABLE TIMBER, standing on the Western portion of the Coed C'lyn Melyn Wood of about 55 Acres. The Timber is well-grownit and comprises about 1,012 Oak, 581 Ash, 445 Biroh. 115 Larch, 45 Scotch, 12 Elms. Spruce, Poplars and Sycamores, and about 12 Acres of finely grown Alder and Birch, suitable for clogging and pitwood. The Wood is situated about three-quarters of a mile from Garth Station, and the Timber run be brought out on to the Beulah Road, which is level to the Station. The whole of the Timber for Sale is marked in blue paint, and those trees marked in white paint are reserved to 'tho Estate. Mr James James, the- owner and proprietor of the Garth Hotel, will, upon receiving two clear days' notice, show the timber to intending purchasers. For Particulars and Conditions, with Plan attached, apply to Arthur S. T. Lucas, Auc- tioneer, Valuer and Agent to the Garth Esta.te, 6. Rutland Street, Swansea, and at Mumbles; Estbd. 1885. 'Tel. Central 230. (No. 1655.) br817/132/1212 WE BUY FEATHERS. DUCK, GOOSE, POULTRY, TURKEY FEATHERS, Etc. We a,re BUYERS AT ALL TIMES for CASH. Send your goods or write for price list to WITTON & COMPANY, FEATHER MERCHANTS, EXETER STREET, BIRMINGHAM. bl054pl3219 Messrs. Miller, Powell & Co. (F.A.I.) Talgarth Mart. DECEMBER 1?ih, 1918. HOWELL POWELL, Auctioneer. 1)846/114/1212 Brecon Mart. DECEMBER 17ch, 1918. HOWELL POWELL, Auctioneer. b847/114/1212 Mr. Francis George Price. Talgarth and District Farmers' Union Auction Mart. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1918. For Fat Stock only. Grading at 8.30 prompt. FRANCIS GEO. PRICE, Auctioneer, b842/116/1312 Taigartdi. Hay Auction Mart. MODA Y. DECEMBER 16. 1918. For Fat and St-ore Stock. Grading a-t 8.30 prompt. FRANCIS GEO. PRICE. Auctioneer. b843/116/1212 Talgarth. Mr. T. J; Phillips Monday, December 16.-Hay Mart. I MondayDecember 23.-Taiybont Mart. Monday, Dee. 30tit.-Talytout Mart. V Hay Auction Mart. MONDAY, DECEMBER 16t.1J. Grading at 9.30 a.m. Store Auction at 11 a.m. Further entries solicited. T. J. PHILLIPS, Auctioneer. Offices 14, Ship Street, Brecon. Talybont Auction Mart. MONDAY. DECEMBER 23rd. Further entries respectfully solicited. T. J. PHILLIPS, Auctioneer. Offices: 14, Ship Street, Brecon. 19 /115 Loans by Post- BE CAREFUL WHERE YOU SORROW. I lend money on the following terms :— £ 10 Loan repay JE12 for 12 ntonths; X50 Loan repay 960 for 12 months. Other amounts in proportion. Spec- I ial Terms to Farmers. I Write in strict confidence to the actual lender— A. D. DENNY, 5 AND 7, PALL ltULL, MANCHESTER. 1028p31719