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THE BRECON POSTING and LIVERY STABLES LION STREET. Brakes, Wagonettes, Landaus, and Vehicles of every description. Smart Wedding Equipages, ff Modern Hearsea and Mourning CoaoheB. We have given our customers complete satisfaction for nearly 50 years and respectfully solicit your patronage. D. J. MEDCALFE, Proprietor.
ANGLO-BAVARIAN Gold Modal ALES& STOUTS, Brewery Shepton Mallet, Somerset* Agents f- Brecon: Meredith & Co., 32, High Street. Builth Wells: W. Price Co., ffce Sfmwes.
lelegrams: Trans,Brecon. Telephone P.O.12. THE Brecon Countp Cimes LIMITED. PRINTING & PUBLISHING OFFICES, • THE BULWARK AND LION STREET, BRECON. BUSINESS NOTICES. All Advertisements and General Business Communications must be addressed to THE COUNTY TIMES LIMITED, BRECON. Literary communications should be addressed to the Editor. Advertisements for insertion in the Western Mail" and the Evening Express are received at this office, and orders taken for the 41 Evening Express" and II Western Mail" as well as all • Western Mail" publications. Replies to advertisements are received at the COUNTY TIMES offices free of charge and promptly & forwarded to advertisers. I Cheques, etc., should be made payable to THE H BBEOON COUNTY TIMES, LIMITED. F CHARGES FOB ADVERTISEMENTS. — inserted in the Brecon County Times at the following rates .— A'o. of One Two Thtee Words. insert insrts. inserts s. d s. d. s. a. 12 or less 6 8 10 18 to 18 9 10 18 19 „ 24 10 14 Ij 25,,30181821 81 „ 36 6 3 0 2 6 i Small prepaid advertisements are | inserted in the Brecon County Times at the following rates .— A'o. of One Two Thtee Words. insert insrts. inserts s. d s. d. s. a. 12 or less 6 8 10 18 to 18 9 10 18 19 „ 24 10 14 Ij 25 „ 30 1 8 1 8 3 1 81 „ 36 16 3 0 2 6 87 42 1» 2 4 2 11 43 „ 48 2 0 2 8 3 4 Extra words at the rate of 3d. for svery six or portion thereof for first insertion, and one-third extra for aach subsequent in- sertion. Double charges if booked. Trade Announcements 1/6 per inch. Special quota- tions for series. Meetings, Concerts, &c.; 2a, 6d, per inch. Mictions—Property: 8/-per inoh, Stock, Furniture, &c.: 2/6 per inch. Public Notices, Ac.: 2/6per inoh. Parliamentary Notices and Pros- pectuses: le. per line, following rates :— Not exceeding four lines, 2/ Sixpence per line for every line over. MARRIAGE. f Extra words at the rate of Sd. for every six or portion thereof for first insertion, and one-third extra for aach subsequent in. sertion. Double charges if booked. Trade Announcements 1/6 per inch. Special quota- tions for series. Meetings, Concerts, &c.; 2s. 6d, per inch. Mictions—Property: 8/-per inoh, Stock, Furniture, &e.: 216 per inch. Public Notices, &c.: 216 per inch. Parliamentary Notices and Pros- pectuses: le. per line,
Births, Marriages, Deaths. Notices inserted in this column are charged at the following rates :— Not exceeding four lines, 2/ Sixpence per line for every line over. MARRIAGE. THOMAS GBIFFITHS —On July 14th, at High St. Baptist Chapel, Merthyr, by Rev. W. Jones, t Treharris, assisted by Rev. James Griffiths (uncle of bride), Aberdare, and Rev. W. D. Nicholas, Trebarris, Roger Glyn Thomas, t Baptist minister, Brecon, son of Mr W. R. Thomae, J.P., and Mrs Thomas, Treharris, to I Mary Catherine, eldest daughter of the late M r Timothy Griffiths and Mrs Griffiths, Black Mill. No cards. ACKNOWLEDGMENT. r- Mrs Hubert Williams, the Cottage, Talgarth, wishes to thank all syIDpathisers for the kind- ness they have extended to her, and also gratefully acknowledges the respect the people of Talgarth and neighbourhood have shown for her late husband, Dr. Hubert Williams.
Situations Vacant and Wanted. BASIC SLAG.—AGENTS with good farming connections WANTED liberal commission. —Write to "Agriculture," c/o Lee k Nightingale, K Liverpool. K: T>LACKSMITHS.—Wanted good SHOEING V J3 and GENERAL SMITH state age and r Wages required; must be sober.—Buckley, Orumlin, Mon. aENERAL, WANTED immediately, 18 to 20.—Apply Mrs Davies, 19a, Higp Street, Brecon. STRONG active girl as MAID; good character essential; must not object to country wages £15; uniform. — Matron, The Sanatorium, Talgarth. b CfMART AGENTS calling on Farmers can K greatly increase their income by selling K Well-known fertilizers and farm requisites.- Kf Write, giving references, to Box 13365, K "Haddon's," Salisbury Square, London. H Wanted young MAN, 18 to 20 make him- If self generally useful.—Hargest, Camden Arms, Brecon. ANTED respectable person to look after W elderly lady in country; comfortable ^E*. home and salary.—Apply by letter to B.B., "County Times," Brecon. B "\T|rANTED, young GIRL, about 15.-Apply B; Vw Mra W. J. Meredith,Gwenffrwydd House, Alexandra road, Brecon. K \TTANTED HOUSE-PARLOURMAID, age K Yf about 18.—Apply Mrs D. Edmondes-Owen, H? The Vicarage, Llandovery, S. Wales. B \*TANTED good GENERAL; active and XV willing help occasionally in business B *ge 25 to 30 reference required good home.— B- Mrs Davies, P^nt Cad Ifor Inn, Pant, Dowlais. B TANTED, good GENERAL SERVANT.— B Mrs Gwynne Thomas, Barracks, Brecon. B \*TANTED an experienced GARDENER.— B Vf Apply Mrs Rees, Glandare, Aberdare. B- \)|7 ANTED immediately for the Teify, a B XX WATER-BAILIFF must be strong, B 40tive, and strictly temperate age not to exceed B^ 30 years. Wages to start at £1 Is up to 3 years' B service from 3 to 5, t 1 2s 6d after 5 years' ser- lce, £1 '56 per week.—Apply with testimony as to Hr character and experience, to Evan Griffiths, Head B Water-bailiff, Park Liyn, Llanfihangel-ar-Arth, Carmarthenshire. :> Bp YjST ANTED—BOY who wants to learn If VV gardening under good gardener; must tnake himself generally useful live in.—State *ge and all particulars to Mrs Spence, Maesy- Glvnneath. WANTED experienced COOK GENERAL.— Mrs. Gillespie, The Barracks, Brecon. \\7HEELWRIGHT WANTED; accustomed \\7HEELWRIGHT WANTED accustomed »* to barrow making and cart repairing.— f^Ply, with references and wage required, to Y^ukius and Sons, Electric Saw Mills, Portb, ^hondda. Lost and Found. TRAYIED from Scethrog, WELSH EWE and ■HJ? LAMB pitched M.W.; No. 5 on rump.— i ^IiamB, Scethrog. J^ILLHEADS, Labels (Plain and Gummed), £ Price Lists, and every other kind of SPSINEAS Printing and Stationery.—" County •TQE% Office, Breoon. To Let and Wanted. OFFICES to be LET over Brecon Station. Two or three well lighted rooms, recently occupied by the Land Valuation Department. For permission to inspect and all particulars, apply to Mr H R Knight, Storekeeper, Brecon and Merthyr Railway, Brecon. To Builders, Contractors and Others. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY, a Number of Valuable FREEHOLD BUILDING PLOTS, situate in Free Street Gardens, Brecon.—Apply, Williams, Aberclydacb, Talybont-on-Usk. TO LET, with immediate possession, STONE- BUILT RESIDENCE, fine views, DANY- FAN, two miles from Brecon. Entrance Hall, Dining and Drawing Rooms, Kitchen, Scullery, Larder, China Pantry, &c.; 7 Bedrooms, Bathroom (h. and c.), Lavatory, &c.; Stable, Coach-house, Harness Room, Lawn and Kitchen Garden, with a Meadow and Greenhouse excellent water supply and sanitary arrangements on most modern prin- ciples.—Apply W. Morgan, Builder, Brecon. TO LET—Extremely low-rented, heavy- cropping, money-making FARMS 88, 97, 130 and 172 acreB.-Goddard, Land Agent, Hereford. WYE VALLEY. TO BE SOLD. — Compact FREEHOLD RESIDENCE. Three reception, five bed- rooms, bathroom. Garden with greenhouse, stabling. Near Church, Post Office, Station. Fishing, golf, shooting, hunting; beautiful scenery.—For particulars, apply to Miss Cheese, Hay, Hereford. OR SALE, THE TOLL HOUSE, WATTON, Freehold good garden lately thoroughly repaired plans, etc.—Apply, J. Williams & Co., 52, High Street, Brecon. WANTED, to RENT MODERN HOUSE with live bedrooms, within easy distance of Talyllyn or Talybont with meadow and stabling attached.—Apply Box 234, "County Times" Office, Brecon. WANTED HOUSE in Brecon rent £ 20 —, £ 25 inclusive.—F., "Times" Offices. WANTED for summer holidays, staall Fnr- nished HOUSE on Brecon mountains, low rent or exchange.—Harley School. Highlands, Hereford. w For Sale and Wanted. CHICKENS, finest strains laying, 30P. dozeu; C two months' old, 10s.; three months', 15s. dozen list free, live delivery.—Goodwin, Strat- ford, Essex. CHEAP AGRICULTURAL ESTATE, Wiltshire, 1,100 Acres, price £ 8,000, or would divide Farmhouse. 335 acres, £ 2,850; Farmhouse, 540 acres, £ 3,850; Farmhouse, 150 acres, ;F,1,850.-Particulars, Coulston, Rutter, Norfolk Street, Strand, London., El OR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY— I; FREEHOLD COTTAGE & GARDEN, known as "Pwllyn Cottage," Heol-Senny, close to Senny Council School and about 3 miles trom Devynock Station.—For further particulars apply D. Price (F.A.I.) & Williams, Auctioneers, &c., Brecon. OA 1 A ACRE, WILTSHIRE ESTATE, ob A Us 1180 Acres Georgian residence, surrounded 85 acres rich vale pasture 3 splendid mixed farms, 10 cottages nearly tithe free timber valuet600 included possession Michael- mas over 5 per cent. investment would be divided.-Driver, Woodmancote, Cirencester. LARGE White PEDIGREE BOAR for service. — For terms apply W. Davies, Vale, Lower Chapel. GALVANIZED CORRUGATED SHEETS, light, 24ins. wide 5ft., lOd.; 6ft., Is. each strong, 27ins. wide 5ft., Is. 3d.; 6ft., Is. 6d. each; other sizes at proportionate prices; all sound.— Butlers, Bell Works, Wolverhampton. HIGH-CLASS PIANOFORTE (new) FOR JjL SALE iron frame; check action; guaranteed. Carriage free, £ 16 cash.—Call and see it at Heins & Co's, Brecon. SHORTHORN CALVES for rearing, from, S record Cheshire milkers, by pedigree bulls; quotation to any Station no fancy prices.- Frank Dobie, Littleton, Chester. A ««■■■■ « ■■■■■■ • £ 5,000 Genuine Sale m Jr 1914 Stock Cycles, ■ Jp 100 it Tyres, &c. Covers 2s. ?d fl > W PVPi nc W 3a. 9d. Air Tubes, with B J LflLiLlSd, V Valves. Is. 9d. and 2s. 3d., B |A| a xji j i guaranteed. Also Dunlop, B at- fnst Tyres. Pedals, Frames, Pumps, ■ JL cosc' A &e. Special Sale List free. ■ Jp 100 V Tyres, &c. Covers 2s. gd fl > W PVPi nc W 3a. 9d. Air Tubes, with B J LflLiLlSd, V Valves. Is. 9d. and 2s. 3d., B |A| a xji j i guaranteed. Also Dunlop, B y Models, L Palmer, Warwick, and Clinchar ■ at- fnst Tyres. Pedals, Frames, Pumps, ■ JL cosc' A &e. Special Sale List free. ■ A GORTON & Co., ■ Mannfactnrerg £ jCTljaDgto» PROGRAMMES of every kind a special feature at tbp "Brecon County Times" Offioe. Sports, Dances, Entertainments, Whist Drives, &c. all distinctively catered for at lowest piices. WANTED a SWARM OF BEES reasonable price given.—Davies, Slwch, Bronllys. Lion Cycles £ 5/5 Cash. Signed Guarantee for 10 years. NOW FITTED WITH THREE-SPEED GEAR WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE. Since 1905 I have advertised in this paper, and have made and sold over 18,000 machines. NO EXTRAS. Lamp, Bell, Pump, and everything included. Carriage paid. YOU CAN RIDE AND TEST THE MACHINE FOR TEN DAYS. IF YOU DO NOT APPROVE I PAY ALL CARRIAGE. I have thousands of testi- monials. Write to-day for copies, and ihe finest Catalogue ever printed (with coloured illustrations showing exact machines}.—GEORGE BEATSON, LION CYCLE WORKS, 84, MOSELEY- STREER, BIRMINGHAM. Payments if de- aired 15s.' with order and 10s. per month. u L,KTEN I J. THOMAS (BASS,L General Draper, | f7, Castle St., Brecon. I NEW STOCK! NEW STOCK I Specialities. B Cheap and Stylish Millinery. B Ladies' Tailor-made Costumes. a and Up-to-date Ladies' Shirt Blouses. ■ Latest Suitings B Fashionably-Cut Breeches made on B the premises. B -o. LLANGrOESE LAKE, BRECON SHIRE. PARISHES OF LLANGORSE AND LLANDEFAETiOG-FACH. IMPORTANT SALE OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD FARMS, "MALL HOLDINGS, COTTAGES, AND BUILDING SITES. MESSRS. DAVID PRICE (F.A.I.) WILLIAMS Will OFFER for SALE by AUCTION, at the CASTLE HOTEL, BRECON, on FRIDAY, JULY 31st, 1914, at Two o'clock punctually, the following Lots, all Le;, on Annual Michaelmas tenancies, situate in the Parish of Llangorse:— I- Lot. A. R. P. AnnnalRent. T.R C 1913. s. d. £ 8 d. 1. Llwynbedw Farm 42 3 21 34 0 0 3.: paid by landlord. 2. Coed Perthau 25 3 16 30 0 0 2 2 paid by tenant. 3. King's Head Farm 64 0 35 65 0 0 8 paid hy taoBut. 4. Upper Pendre Farm, &c. 182 2 16 201 15 0 17 -■€ ,1 paid by landlord. 5. Lower Pendre Farm 129 1 7 152 10 0 14 It 6 paid by tenant. 6. Pendre Cottage and Meadow 1 0 0 12 00 3 1 paid by landlord. 7. Blacksmith's Shop, Cottage and Garden 1 20 10 0 0 6 paid by tenant. 8. Ty Will Llewel (or Rose Bank) f Cottage Residence .225.. 20 00 26 paid by landlord. 9. Pentwyn Building Site and Garden 25.. — PARISH OF LLANDEFAELOG-FACE.-Three Brecon. 10. Llanerchwen and Three A -J I. t Meadows 3 0 23 6 10 0 4 6 paid by tenant. Plantations (in hand) 36 2 18 — — The LARCH PITWOOD standing thereon, of 24 years' growth, is included in Lot 10 at a valuation to be declared at time of Sale. Lot 8 is a pretty MODERN COTTAGE RESIDENCE, situate in the Village of Llangorse, containing two sitting rooms, three bedrooms, &c., stabling and motor garage, garden, and paddock. On the Property in Llangorse Parish are some excellent Building Sites, having fine Views of Lake and Mountain Scenery, especially Lot 2. m Plans, Particulars, and Conditions of Bale from Mr W. T. Isaac, Estate Agent, Brecon; J. W. Morris, Esq., Solicitor, Quay Street, Cardiff; and the Auctioneers, Brecon. Miscellaneous. THE ERWOOD ANNUAL ATHLETIC SPORTS will be held on AUGUST 5th, 1914, on the GROUND of ERWOOD HALL.— Entries close AUGUST let. NURSE SAUNDERS has REMOVED to b, POSTERN, BRECON. ADVICE FREE for stamp.—MrB B. Stewart's famous Female Remedy never fails.— Address, 9, Guinea Street, Bristol. MEMORIAL CARDS-NEW DESIGNS.—A great variety of New Mourning Cards joet received at the County Times Officep, Brecon the perfection of taste, at low prices. Call and 8" them. BUYING A PIANOFORTE.—When you require a Piano or Organ go to Heins