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Really Useful Christnias Presents. For Ladies' Wear.—Blouses, Gloves, Collaret.tes, Si!k & Wool Scarves, Furs, Umbrellas, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, etc. For Gent's Wear.-Lfats, Caps, Mufflers, Socks, Ties, Braces, Handkerchiefs, etc. Good Selection and Value. L Duggan's, BUILTN., WELLS, 5)) BOROUGH OF BRECON. SHOPS ACT, 1912. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Town Council of Brecon propose to m&ke a Closing Order in the form annexed hereto for the classes of shops and in the Area specified therein. Any person wishing to make objection to the Order or suggestions as to the provisions of the Order should address a statement in writing to the Town Clerk before the 3rd day of January next. NOTICE is further given that the occupier of any shop to be affected by the Order may, on presenting himself at the Town Clerk's Omce, in the Guild Hall, between the hours of 11 a.m. and 4 p.m., on any day except Saturday, before the aforsaid date, verify that his name, I address and trade are duly entered in the Register of Shops. Dated this othday of December, 1918, t G. HYATT WILLIAMS, Town Clerk. J'PHOPOSED ORDER. The Council of the Borough of Brecon in pursuance of the powers conferred upon them by I, the Shops Act, 1912, and after due compliance with its provisions do hereby order as follows 1. This Order which may be cited as the Brecon Closing Order applies to all shops in which any of the trades set out in Article 2 hereof is carried on. 2. All shops to which this Order applies shall be closed for the serving of customers on the several days of the week at and after the following hours respectively. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday. Textile Trade 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 8 p.m. Grocers 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p m. 9 p.m. j Bakers 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 9 p.m. ¡ Ironmongers 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 8 p.m. Music and Musical Instrument 7 p.m. 7pm. Weekly 7p.m. 7p.m. 8p.m. Dealers. Half- Butchers 7 p.m. 7 p.m. holiday 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 9 p.m. Greengrocers 7 p.m. 7 p.m. Shops 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 9 p m. Boot and Shoe Dealers 7 p.m. 7 p.m. Closed 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 8 p.m. Jewellers 7 p.m. 7 p.m. at 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 8pm. I Decorators 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 8 p.m. Hairdressers and Dealers in 7 p.m 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 9 p.m. Toilet Requisites. Stationers and Fancy Dealers 7pm. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7pm. 8 p.m. Provided that where the occupier of a shop elects to close his shop for the weekly half- holiday on Saturday instead of a Wednesday the closing hour on Wednesday shall be 7 p.m. 3. Where any trade or business other than the trades set out in Article 2 hereof is carried on in any shop to which this Order applies such shop may be kept open after the closing hour mentioned in the said Article for the purpose of the nrst mentioned trade or business alone, pro- vided that (a) after the said closing hour there shall be exhibited in some conspicuous places on the exterior and in the interior of such shop notices in letters of the size of not less than two inches containing the following worda Shops Act, 1912. This shop is closed for to-day except for (the sale by retail of ) or (the trade or business of——)" (b) so far as is reasonably practicable no goods in connection with the trade or business for which the shop is required to be closed shall be exhibited either inside or outride the shop. 4. Nothing in this Order sh:dl apply during the week proceeding Christmas Day in any year. yeÆtr. 5, Nothing in this Order ahall prevent the sale at any time of Implements required for ¡ immediate use in farming operations. b773/UO/1912 AT LAST. A PERMANENT DENTAL SURGERY OPENED IN HAY. The First Permanent Daily Dental Surgery, to be opened in Hay, has been opened by Mr. A. S. Henderson WITH ALL THE Latest Appliances and First-Class Materials. Patients can be attended to DaUy at any hour or by appointment. All Work will be done on the Premises. KS* Country Patients can be supplied with Artincial Teeth in 4 hours if necessary. REPAIRS SAME DAY AS RECEtVED. Absolutely Painless Treatment Throughout. A. S. HENDERSON, BROOK HOUSE. Brook Street, HAY. (Only Address). b<M3/121 First Quality Seed Wheat For Immediate Delivery of STANDARD RED, BROWICK, LITTLE JOSS, and YEOMAN Varieties. Atso WINTER SEEC OATS. Prices and Samples on receipt of Stamped Envelope. I We are also Cash Buyers of All kinds ot English & Foreign Grain. !A. HANDLEY AND SONS, I Millers, Cake, Corn and Manure Merchants, BuHth Wa!!s, also -at Erwood & Rhayader. 'Phone: No. IC.Builth. Telegrama: HANDIXT'S, BUILTH." 820/79/t/c B&NSEL WEATHERLEY, Caeau Nurseries, Nr. Builth Welis, I and OLD PENDRE FARM-HOUSE, I GARTH ROAD, BUILTH, CAN SUPPLY YOU WITH Oriiamental Shrubs, Eruit 'I'reee, -Ramblera, AND OTHER AND OTHER JE?ose ITreea. Excellent Varieties. Prompt and PerRonal Attention to all Orders. B!GGER CROPS OF WHEAT ¡ARE WANTED AS WELL AS BIGGEh ACREAGES. CARTONS New and Regenerated Breeds of Wheat. Are the Heivieat Yielding, Moat Productive, and Best Paying in Cultivation. Including Distinct New Breed for 1918, ''Thj HiL,.vk (13earded)-The Wheat which the birds are frightened of' New Breed for 191S, Eu,rly Cone-Being much earlier than the old Cone or Rivetts Wheat. New Benefactor—the most successful Wheat ever introduced for good land. New Regenerated Victor, New Regenerated Sqtreheads. M&ster, New Regenerated Browick 'c &e. and New Regenerated Rivetts. &c &c. New Regenerated Winter Oats aud Barley. Eend for Lirge IHu-trated Catalogue post free from— GARTON8. (Ltd.), and Experts, WARRiNGTON. Soutli Wales Representative—D. R. EVANS, 120, High Street, PORTMADOC. Local AO'cnts-D, W. HA V ARJ>, The laon, DEFYNOCK. o ISAAC DAVHES. Flora Villa, BUILTH WELLS. W. T. CLARKE, 19. Beechwood Road, SWANSEA. H. A. COWIE, Mac8ygoUen, MERTHYR TYDFIL. O.X ?- ? ?'? ¡ INFLUENZA! "If persons entering densely crowded underground lifts and cars were to keep their mouths closed-by prefer ence upon an antiseptic lozenge the spread of influenza would be much abated.—A Physician writ- ing in The Lancet." Having. g tried all the B.P. and proprietary anti- septic lozenges, I have been reduced to one, and one only —Formamint Tablets." A Physician writing in "The Practitioner." Act on this hint to-day. Buy a bottle of Formamint-carry it in your pocket or handbag—and suck a tablet whenever you enter a crowded germ-laden place. This will protect you, not only against Innuenza, but also against Sore Throats, Colds, etc. But be sure you get qeiz?ti?te Formamint— sold by all Chemists at 2/2 per bottle, and manufactured solely by Genatosan, Ltd. (British Purchasers of The Sanatogen Co.), 12, Chenies Street, London, W.C.I. (Chair- man The Viscountess Rbondda). Protect Yourself by Taking I ûnnaIfiiú" l ¡.to

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