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Situations Vacant and Wanted. S|^AY GIRL WANTED for general house AJ work; Bgs 15-17.-Apply A., "County ^unes," Brecon. STRONG active Girl aa MAID must not object to country and have good personal ^ecter £ 15 and uniform.—Apply personally letter, A. Downes, matron, The Sanatoriam, r "V^^h, Breconshire. Ranted a general FARM WORKMAN 5 V » cottr.ge and garden found.—Ricketts* "^binied. to ANTED, APPRENTICES to the MIL-! Y> v, LINEKT.—Apply, D. Peregrine, 16 and ^_High Street. yV7 ANTE# COOK-GENERAL, about 25; fj » washing bank office to clean two in housemaid kept wages X18 comfort- e situation. -Snead Williams, National Bank, Builth Wells. l\7 ANTED, 'good plain COOK for country, tiJi kitchenmaid kept good references eseen- /J^-Mrs Lewes, Abermaide, Aberystwyth. ANTED GENERAL in doctor's house two *n family.—Apply stating wages, age \r reference to The Oban, Troedyrhiw, near e'tbvr W ANTED a good GENERAL SERVANT able to Cook; three in family, help given. -ynfryn, Eaton Grove, Swansea. WANTED, clean respectable young GIRL to WANTED, clean respectable young GIRL to to.* help in house, not more than 15.—Apply, ^ison, TheNytb, Erwood, R.S.O., Breconshire -=- Lost and Found. Îi L()ST-Lady's BlachVelour HAT, blue band; • on roa<^ between Builth and Brecon on 9th. Finder rewarded.—Apply Box 3, Times," Brecon. Fop Sale and M'anted. REST QUALITY HAY and STRAW, delivered anywhere.—For lowest quotations to Hinton'e, Corn Stores, Leominster. OfilCKS—Silver Campines, White Wyandottes and Leghorns, 7s. dozen Cross-breds 5s.; 3;. 6d. and 3s. dozen. Inspection invited.— -^ibear, Llanvillo, Talgarth. fpOR SALE, SOW with a Litter of 8 Pigs.- Bevan, New House, Erwood.. frOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY, 7 gj FREEHOLD COTTAGES in Llanfaes, 10 in good repair, producing an annual jjj fental of £ 54 per annum. x Two-thirds of could remain on mortgage at four per rtlt.-Apply John Morgan, 1, Wellington Place, econ .FOR SALE—CYCLE CAR, 8 9 h.p., in tjj thorough going order jnst overhauled by lv *<*s all complete with hood, screen, extra j^e and tools.—Apply Miss V. deWinton, ottage, Hay. | FOR SALE—well Harvested, £ 3 15s f £ ton. Not delivered.—James, Brynawel, v^°on. HIGH-CLASS PIANOFORTE (new) FOR SALE iron frame; check action eg Carriage free, £ 16 cash.—Call and Hejns & Co's, Brecon. LARGE Black PEDIGREE PIGS, Young gH BOARS and GILTS, FOR SALE. Ppdi- Boar at service.—Apply E. P. Jonee, Sen nybridge. )fOR. SALE—18 months old DOG, mosti Useful, will work sheep, cattle and horses.— VgP'y Mr James Pryce, Aberedw Court, Builth RHODE ISLAND RED EGGS, ^Abbots' strain, 3s. 6d. and 2s. 6d. doz.; the t^*bite Wyandottes, Cook's, cockerel from tlos ^oa8 Aberfan 301 hen, 4s. 6d. and 2s. 6d. Parry, Llwynpenderry, Glasbury, ^^i$ird. P°TATOE BUYERS.—About Two Tons of i'Qjj "are Potatoes and Quantity of Seed feiiM, SALE.—Apply, Bailiff, Home Farm, Bwlch. ^^orthorn CALVES fos rearing, from SLuotarecord Cheellire KJil^ers> by pedigree bulls; r? 10 any Station no fancy prices.— Littleton, Chester. tV ANTED TWO TONS OF MAN GOLDS 11. Thomas, Glasbury-on-Wye. -O. [ To Let and Wanted. GRASS TO LET at Ffynnonau, Brecon. There are several fields now vacant, all of which have recently been dressed with basic slag. —Apply to A. Lucas, Ffynnonau, Brecon. OFFICES to be LET over Brecon Station. 0 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 Knigbt, Storekeeper, Brecon and Merthyr Railway, Brecon. mo BE LET, THE RECTORY, SCETHROG, 1 commanding a charming view of the noted Usk Valley, containing dining room, drawing room, study, kitchen, 3 bedrooms, attics, excellent kitchen garden, about 2 acres of rich meadow land, ample outbuildings.—Apply David Price (F.A.I.) & Williams, Auctioneers, Brecon. TO LET, small FARM, within easy distance of the town of Brecon.—Apply Box 6, "County Times," Brecon. 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, Furnished, the beautiful oountry Residence known as THE PINES," 1J miles from Ltandrindod Wells, containing 6 Bed- rooms, Dressing Room, Bathroom, W.C., Smoke Room, Dining Room, Kitchen and the usual Domestic Offices, together with a good garden and 5 acres of land.—For further particulars apply, R. A. Campbell, Auctioneer, Brynllys, Llandnndod Wells. Miscellaneous. PRIME CANTERBURY LAMB NOW IN SEASON.—Try the Canterbury Lamb from the London Central Meat Co., Limited, one of the largest meat purveyors in the United Kingdom, who have gained their reputation by selling only the very best quality. Be advised by practical people and buy the best from the London Central Meat Co., Ltd., Lion Street, Hay. ADVICE FREE for Stamp.—Mrs B. Stewart's }l.. famous Female Remedy never fails.— Address, 9, Guinea Street, Bristol. BUYING A PIANOFORTE.—When you require a Piario or Organ gotoHeins& Co., Brecon, and you will have the Lowest Price, you will have it taken to your house Free, you will have it tuned the first year free, you will have a guaraneee for 20 years, and above all you will have the advantage of their 80 years' experience and reputation.—Heins & Co., Ltd., Brecon. CONCERT and Eotertainment Promoters y will do well to Inspect Specimens of Posters, &o., and inquire Prices at the Brecon County Times Office. HEINS & Co„ Ltd., are the Sole Agents for all the beiBt class PLAYER PIANOS; greatest discount for cash, or on their celebrated three years' system of purchase.—Heina t Co., Brecon. IMPORTANT TO MOTHERS. silvery I mother wbo values the health and cleanliness of her child should use HARRISON'S 'RELIABLE' NURSERY POMADE. One application kills all Nits and Vermin, beautifies and strengthens the hair. In Tins, 4id and 9d, postage, ld. Geo. W. Harrison, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agents for Brecon: F. L. Etanton, Chemist; Hay: J. L. Davies & Son, Chemist, 7, High Town Builth Wells: J. Ward, Chemiet, 8, High street; Knighton G. M. Perkins, Chemist Presteigne: A. R. Davies, Drug and Grocery Stores Crickhowell: W. H. Kirkland, Chemist; Llandovery A. Richards, Chemist, 4, King's Road. MEMORIAL CARDS-NEW DESIGNS.-A gre&t variety of New Mourning Cards iast received at tbe County Times Offices, Brecon tbe perfection of t&ete, at low prices. Call and are them. ALL PAPER & PICTURE DEPART- MENT.—Why send money out of town for any of these lines when you can get good material at TYLER'S, Bulwark, Brecon. Choice designs in Wall Papers from lid per piece. See Showrooit of Sample Panels for wall decorations. A New' Special Line in Pictures, framed and unframed, now on view, aB cheap as can be bought anywhere, consistent with quality. RATS/ MICE, MOLES COCKROACHES, and BEETLES greedily eat Harrison's "Reliable'' Rat Poison. Cats and Dogs will not toocb it. Vermin dry np-and leave no smell. Prices 6d., Is., 28. 3d., and 3s. 9d. Wholesale Market, Bolton. Postage 2d.—G W Harrison, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agents for Brecon: F. L. Stanton, Chemist; Hay: J L Davie3 ft Sons, Chemists, 7. High Town; Bnilth Wells: J Ward, Ghfmifit, 8, Hi^h Street; Talgarth: David Evans, Grocer, Liverpool Stores; Llan- dovery T Roberts, The Crown (Stores; Knighton: G M Perkins, Cbemist Crick- howell W H Kirkland, Chemist. Lion Cycles 25/5 Cash. Signed Guarantee for 10 years. NOW FITTED WITH THREE-SPEED GEAR WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE. Since 1905 I have advertised in this Raper, 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 the finest Catalogue ever printed (with coloured illustrations showing exact machines).—GEORGE BEATSON, LION CYCLE WORKS, 84, MOSELEY- STREET, BIRMINGHAM. Payments if de. sired 15s. with order and 10s. per month. EASTER EGGS. The Latest English and —Continental Novelties- Only the BEST CHOCOLATES by the BEST MAKERS. See the DOT WINDOWS Top of Castle Street, I BRECON. Proprietors: R. W. PHILLIPS & Co. I Sales by Auction. By Messrs D. Price (J.A.I.) ft Williams. Aprl 20th—Oaklands Grass Sale. 22nd-Tycanol, Llanfillo, Grass Sals. 25th-Plag Grass Sale. 27th-Hillis Stock and Grass Sale. 28th—Wenallt Stock and Grass Sale. 29th-Llwynllwyd Stock and Grass Sale. 30th—Liwynmerched Furniture Sale. May lat—Tygwyn, Glascwm, Grass Sale. OAKLANDS, LLANTHEW, about 2h miles from Brecon. Important LETTING of about 220 Acres of Meadow & Pasture Land. MESSRS. DAVID PRICE (F.A.I.) AND WILEIIAMS have been favoured with instructions from the Representatives of the late Edward Jones, Esq., to Let by Auction, On MONDAY, APRIL 20th, 1914, the whole of the above in suitable Lots. The Land will be Let from the day of Sale to the 25th March, 1915, subject to Conditions of Sale. There is water in every field and an excellent man to look after the Stock. Six Months' Credit will be given on sums above JE5 on approved security. Luncheon at 12. Sale at 2 o'clock. TYCANOL FARM, LLANVILLO, Two Miles from Talgarth, and Five Miles from Brecon. WEDNESDAY, 22nd APRIL, 1914. MESSRS. DAVID PRICE (F.A.I.) AND WILLIAMS have received instructions from Mrs Price, to Let by Public Auction, 131 Acres of Meadow & Pasture Land. The Land will be Let from the day of Sale up to the 25th March, 1915. A man to look after Stock. Lunch at 12-30. Sale to commence at 1-30 o'closk. PLAS, LLANGORSE. ANNUAL GRASS LETTING. MESSRS. DAVID PRICE (F.A.I.) AND WILLIAMS will Let by Public Auction, On SATURDAY, APRIL 25th, 1914, about 70 Acres of Excellent Meadow and Pasture Land. Conditions at time of Sale. Luncheon 12-30. Sale at 2 o'clock. D. PRICE (F.A.I.) & WILLIAMS, Auctioneers, Brecon. HILLIS FARM, LLANFILLO, three miles from Talgarth, 5 miles from Brecon. MONDAY, APRIL 27th, 1914. Sale of Stock and Grass Letting. Further particulars will appear next week. D. PRICE (F.A.I.) & WILLIAMS, Auctioneers, Brecon. WENALLT FAWR FARM, TALYBONT-ON-USK. TUESDAY, APRIL 28th, 1914. Important Sale pf STOCK AND GRASS LETTING. Further particulars will appear next week. D. PRICE (F.A.I.) & WILLIAMS, Auctioneers, Brecon. LLWYNLLWYDD FARM, MERTHYR CYNOG. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29th, 1914. Important Sale of Stock and Grass Letting. Further particulars will appear next week. D. PRICE (F.A.I.) & WILLIAMS, Auctioneers, Brecon. LIWYNMERCHED, ABERBRIN, Five minutes walk from Aberbran Station N. & B. Railway. THURSDAY, APRIL 30tb, 1914. Important Sale of Household Furniture, Implements, HARNESS, DAIRY UTENSILS, LIVE STOCK & POULTRY. Further particulars will appear next week. D. PRICE (F.A.I.) & WILLIAMS,, Auctioneers, Brecon. Dress & Costume Making THOMAS & ADCOCKS DRESSMAKING DEPARTMENT is under New and Efficient Management. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO CUT, FIT AND FINISH. A TRIAL ORDER RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. Thomas and Adcock, —— BRECON. iiNirtN South & East Africa UIuvlV ROYAL MAIL ROUTE. rA0XI p Fran London ud Sootbunptm, ffKKLY fop SOUTH AFRICA, I fNr tU Kadeir» and Canaries, U # MONTHLY for EAST AFRICA, Tia the Suei Canal. For fnxthar information apply to tbe Company's Head Offleea, 8, Fenehoroh Street, London; or to IsHl tenth I' -n_ Sales by Auction. By Messrs. Miller and Lowell (FJ.I.) April 18th—Maesllwydart, Trallocg, Annual I Grass Letting. April 20th-Glasbury Farm Grass Letting. April 21st—Ashford Annual Grass Letting. April 22nd—Llwyncynog, Yelinfach, Stock and Implements. < April 25th—Llwvnfedwen, •> Libanus, Sale of Stock and Grass Letting. April 30th—Penm&es, LlanvJio, Grass Letting. May 2nd-Ca.stle Hotel, Ah :< ir ive, Sile. of Pit- wood and Other Timber. MAESLLWYDART, E" NY BRIDGE. Annual Grass ritifig. SATURDAY, APRIL 18th, 1914. I Lnncheon at 1 o'clock. Sde M.2-30 p.m. Miller, Powell & CQ. (F.A.I), Anctioneers- GLASBURY FARM, GLASBUBS-ON-^IE. Important Letiin^ of Excellent Wyeside Pasture. MONDAY, APRIL 20th, 1914. Luncheon at 1-30 p.m. Sale at 2-30 p.m. Miller, Powell & Co. (F.A.I.), Auetionsers. I ASHFORD, TALYBONT-ON-USK. I Annual Grass Letting of Excellent Meadow and Pasture Land. On TUESDAY, APRIL 21st, 1914. I Miller, Powell & Co. (F a.I.), Auctioneers. LLWYNCYNOG-, j VELINFACH, BRECON. SALE OF Horm Cattla, bssplmients. and Part of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. I MESSRS. MILLER, POWELL and Co. j (F.A.I.) have received instructions from. Mrs Jenkins (who is leaving) to Sell by Public Auction at the above place, On WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22nd, 1914, j '¡. the whole of tfye j Live and Dead Farming Stock, as follows: HORSES.-I cart mare, six years old, in foal j to ,rLe Daiiiel II." 1 cob mare, eteht years old, in foal to "lae Daniel II." 1 yearling cart colt, by "Le Daniel." CATTLE.—1 dairy cow v.*uh oali at foot,-an excellent milker 1 barren 1. j'ar 1 yearling heifer. STORE PIGS. POULTRY.—30 fowl*, 4 Gi:u.^ fowJs. IMPLEMENTS.—Gambo 'nearly new), Albion mowing machine, Ct V iJge roH (new), wheel plough (Ransomed), ra» ;-f.it 1 r tows and landtreey, scuffler, t-uroip >water cart, chaffcutter, horse woi lis, trap i?td .harness, sheep troughs, sack truck, who sparrow, ladders, shearing benches, pig tronght, soek, iron furnace, sheep netting, scales and Wrights, piklea, rakes, cowties, &c., &c. HARNESS.-2 sets long 2 g.c. do., 1 set shaft harness, bridles and collate, neck straps, 1 lady's and l'gent's saddle, « £ c. DAIRY UTENSILS and PART of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Luncheon at 12 o'clock, feala to commeuce at I p.m. sharp. j Conditions at time of Sale. 8, Castle Street, Brecon, April 14tb, 1914. LLWYNFEDWEN, LIBANUS, BRKOpN. -_4 Highly Important Sale of 20 Hereford and Dairy Qrthorn Cattle,, 40 Couples EWES & LAMBS, 20 MOUNTAIN PONIES and COLTS, and GRASS LETTING. MESSRS. MILLER, POWELL ANA co.! (F.AI.) have receive*] instructions from Mr J. James, to Se!l by Pnblicy-knotion, On SATURDAY, APRIL 25th, 1914, the whole o the Live Stock and Grass Letting as follows CATTLE.—1 dairy shorthorn cow with calf at foot, 1 do. in milk and in calf, 3 do. in calf, 3 two years old shorthorn heifers in, calf, 1 three years old Hereford heifer in or with calf, 2 yearling Hereford steers, 1 do. Hereford heifer, 4 do. shorthorn heifers, 3 weaned calves, 1 sucking calf. SHEEP.-40 cross-bred ewes and lambs, 1 yearling Ryeland tam. PONIES.—12 mountain breeding mares of various ages, 1 two years old stallion, 5 yearling ponies. PIGS.-4 strong stores. Also the LETTING of about 80 ACRES of MEADOW & PASTURE LAND in suitable lots, and 4 ACRES of RAPES sown with Clover in two lots. The grass will be let from the day of Sale to the 25th March, 1915. Six months' credit will be given on approved security on all sums above 10, or the usual discount for cash. Luncheon at 12 o'clock. !.lê at 1 p.m. 8, Castle Street, Brecon, April 14th, 1914. u 1 Latest Novelties. BLOUSES. FANCY GOODS Ladies I COSTUMES. GENT'S TAILORING. _————! J. CYNOG JONES I respectfully rolicils a visit of inspe..foil. qilGH STREET.8RECON. 1 NEW IDEAS.—If you want Naw Ideas in Concert Bills and Programmes to attract attention, try the Breson Connty Times Office. New ideas in Printing are always Office. New ideas in Printing are always being worked out there, with New Type aod j on every kind and quality of paper. I Sales by A uctlon. By Messrs Miller & Powell (F.A.I.) CASTLE HOTEL, ABERCRAVE. Important Sale of Pitwood and Other Timber. ItlTESSRS. MILLER, POWELL and CO. ixl. (F.A.I.) have received instructions to Sell by Public Auction at the CASTLE HOTEL, ABERCRA VE, on SATURDAY, MAY 2nd, 1914, three lots of excellent pitwood, consisting of larch, oak, birch, together with a large quantity of cog wood, and a number of otik timber trees standing on Glynoyrhebog and Ynysbadafan farms, within I-A mile? of Abercrave and Yatradgynlaia stations and having a total acreage of 30 acres or there- abouts. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers, and to view apply to Mr Idris Daviee, Bwllfa, Abercrave. 8, Cestle Street, Brecon, April 14tbi 1914. BLAENNANT, PENCELLY7 MESSRS. MILLER, POWELL & co. (F.A.I) have received instructions from Mr David Williams to Sell by Auction, on THURSDAY, APRIL 23rd, 1914, 2 Hereford Cows and 1 Shorthorn COW. 1 two-year-old pony, 2 sows in pig. IMPLEMENTS.-Ca,rt, gambo, trap harness, ehaft do., long tack, neck straps, cow tie-, scythes, pikles and rakes, gent's saddle and bridle, cow dress, steel yards (equal to new), casks, Ac. POULTRY.—50 fowls, ducks and geese. DAIRY UTENSILS.—Churn, milk leadsi pan*, butter trinds, cheese vats. FURNITURE.—including oak shelf anddreaser, grandfather clock, three-cornered cupboard, mahogany book esse, weather glass, bedsteads L-nd feather beds, &c,, &c,. Conditions at time of sale. Luncheon at 1 o'clock. Sale to commence at 2 p.m. By ffr. Charles D. Phillips. Preliminary Announcement. TA YLBONT-ON-USK. Staam Saw and Turning Mills. MR. CHARLES D. PHILLIPS, Contractors' Auctioneer, Cardiff, has been ho«oured with mfitr.notiona from Messrs William Edwards Ltd. (who are giving up the Saw Mill portion of their business) to Sell by Auction, On WEDNESDAY, APRIL 39th, 1914, the whole of their Saw Mill Plant, Machinery, STOCK, SHEDS, etc., briefly comprising 15 N.H.P. portable engine by Paxman, large oYr.-(,tiler, ukw bench, band eaw, boring >iud morticing machine, planing machine, new timber trolley, new spring cart, portable and vertical engine, and boiler, prepared timber, gate posiH, and numerous other lots. Time of Sale and further particulars in future advenifiements. Catalogues obtainable when rendy from the Auctioneer, St. John Sqnare, Cardiff. -n:J.t'¡o' -1. C8 By Messrs. James Straker Son & Chadwick. -r- -n_ First Great Dispersion Sale at UPPER GAER FARM, BWLCH, BRECONSHIRE (adjoining the Half- way Inn, G.W.R Motor Halt, Abergavenuy to Brecon). THURSDAY, APRIL 23rd, 1914. JAMES STRAKER SON & CHADWICK, A.A.I. (W. M. Chadwick & Charles Straker"), are favoured wilh instructions from Mr W. Hamer (who is giving np the farm through ill-hsalth), to conduct his First Dispersion Sale of Stock: without reserve, on the above date, including :— QC Grand Yonng Well-Descended p*TTI C 00 Hereford and Cross-Bred will ILC| viz.: 3 cross-bred cows in full milk; 9 young Hereford cows in calf or with calves at foot 2 barren heifers, 11 fresh yearling Hereford bullocks and heifers 2 fat cows. 330 healthy young pure-bred Shropshire and cross-bred EWES & LAMBS, viz 48 pure-bred Bound Shropshire ewes and their 53 lambs 96 cross-bred couples (the ewes being mostly three- year-old) 18 yearling Shropshire ewes; 13 black-faced dry ewes. 3 HORSES & COLTS, viz.: '.Stout," a powerful cart horse, 7 years, 16-2 hands useful two-year-old cart filly, unbroken yearling cart filly. A few lots of IMPLEMENTS and DAIRY UTENSILS, including milk warmer, cheese vats, butter worker, cheese carder, double cheese press, tedder and mowing machine. 114 ACRES of GRASS KEEP, in suitable lots, to November 1st, 1914. Stockman will be provided. Luncheon (by ticket) at 11-30. Sale at 1 o'clock sharp. The Auctioneers wish to draw the attention of agriculturists and others to this important sale, the Gaer stock having for many years been renowned for its quality. Those attending the sale, either from Abergavenny or Brecon, will find the G.W.R. motor service most convenient, as the oars stop directly opposite the farm. Three months' credit on approved security, or the usual discount of five per cent. for cash. J. Straker Son and Chdawick, Agricultural Auctioneers, Abergavenny and Brecon. Telephone 24 and 6. For Cash Bargains I In New Furniture GO TO W. COOPER, MARKET ARCADE, BRECON Good Prices given for Old-Fashioned Furniture, China, etc You will Save Money and get Real Value. Antique Department: 8. THE STRUET. THE AGE OF ADVERTISING —Yon are tired oMhei^e oft-repeated catch phrases, perhaps yet yon cannot get away from them. This is the age of Advertising even the Army is advertised. Since you roast live ia it, make the, most of it, To do this in business, you have jafifc gob to do what pVcrybody els* is doing—Advertise You will pet left if yoa don't. The Brecon County Times will help yon to advertise in tbe right way. Sales by Auction. MR. F. 6. PRICE. April 17th.—Live and Dead Farming Stock, Llowes Halt. April 18th.—Grass Letting of Penbryn, Talgarth, at Tower Hotel. April 18th—Valuable Freehold Farm, Talgarth. April 18th.—Grass Letting, Caehavod Farm, Talgarth. April 20th.—Sale of Live and Dead Farming Stock, Chapel House, Crasswell. April 22nd—Household Furniture, &c., Trewalkin. April 23rd.-Annual Grass Letting, Lower House, Cnsop. » April 25th.-Annual Grass Letting, New House, Bryngwyn. April 27.—Sale of Live and Dead Farming Stock, Lower Rhyddness. LLOWES HALL, LLOWES. Important Sale of Live and Dead Farming Stosk. MR. FRANCIS GEO. PRICE is favoured with instructions from Mr J. Williams, who is leaving, to Sell by Auction, on FRIDAY, APRIL 17th, 1914, V:iz. SHEEP.—16 yearling Radnor theaves; 16 two- year-old ewes in or with lambs, 10 three-year-old ditto, 5 ewes ditto, 1 yearling wether, 1 Radnor ram. CATTLE.-9, young barren cows, cross-bred cow in or with calf at foot, thres-year-old heifer in calf, 2 two-and-a-half year old heifers in calf, 1 three-half-year old heifer, 1 yearling heifer, 1 yearling steer. HORSES.—Aged cart mare in foal to Border Bonny Lad," brown cart gelding rising 5 years, bay cart filly rising two-years-old. IMPLEMENTS.—Cart and gambo combined, wooden roller, mowing machine, tray, pair of harrows, chain harrrows, land scuffle, turnip scuffle, single turnip drill, mooter, swing plough, sheep cratch, ttirpait, afledleaf. set of brown trap harness, G.O. gears, c-.rt saddle, breeching and bamos, long gears, collars, bridles, winnowing machine, palper, iron pig troughs, heel rake, Ecythes and sneads, chease press. Three months' credit on approved security. Luncheon at 12. &\le at 1-30. Cross House, Talgarth, PARISHES OF TALGARTH & LLANELIEU. MR, FRANCIS GEO. PRICE will offer for 1 Sale at the TO WE Li HOTEL, TAL- GARTH, on SATURDAY, APRIL 18th, 1914 (Fair day). All that Desirable I Freehold Farm known as "SYCHNANT and MAESGWYN," situate within H miles of the Market Town of Talgarth, and containing about 130 Acres of excellent Meadow, Pasture and Arable Land with excelleat Hill Rights. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer, Talgarth, or to Messrs. Alan & Carver, Solicitors, Bridge Street, Hereford. Sale at 2 o'clock prompt. LOWER PENBRYN, TALGARTH. Grass Letting. MR. FRANCIS GEO. PRICE has been instructed by Mr W. Jones, Pendre, Talgarth, to Let by Public Auction, On SATURDAY, APRIL 18th, 1914, the Letting of 52 ACRES of Valuable Grazing Land on the above farm. I Sale at Tower Hotel at 1 o'clock sharp. CAEHAVOD, TALGARTH. Important Grass Letting. MR. FRANCIS GEO. PRICE is favoured with M instructions from Mr. J. Parry, to Let by Auction, on SATURDAY, APRIL 18th (Fair Day), about 45 ACRES of excellent feeding Meadow Land in suitable lots. Sale at 3 o'clock. Conditions time of sale. CHAPEL HOUSE, CRASWALL. Important Sale of Sheep, Cattle, Horses, IMPLEMENTS, FURNITURE, &c. MR. FRANCIS GEO. PRICE "Is favoured with instructions from Mr Morris (who is retiring), to Sell by Auction, on MONDAY, APRIL 20tb, 1914, as follows SHEEP.-44 two and three-year-old Welsh ewes in or with lambs, 1 cross-bred two-year-old ram. CATTLE.—Hereford cow and calf, Hereford cow in calf, three-year-old heifer in calf, two-year- old heifer in calf, 3 yearling heifers, 2 two-year- old barren heifers, 3 strong weaned heifer calves, yearling bull. HORSES.—Brown cart mare, rising seven years, in foal black cart filly, two years old aged cob mare. IMPLEMENTS.—Cart (equal new), gambo, wooden roller, turnip scuffle, 3 pairs harrows, turnip drill, swing plough, cowties; sets of long, short and g.o. gears 2 collars and bridlIF, saddle and bridle, Ac. 16 FOWLS, SIDE OF BACON. FURNITURE.—Oak kitchen table, oak grand- father's clock, oak cupboard with panelled doors, I small oak cupboard, oak leaf table, oak shelf and dresser, panelled oak chest, oak chest, 2 kitchen chairs, clothes horse, dressing table, 4 old willow pattern dishes, &c., &c. Four months' credit on a! I sums above 910, on approved security. Sale at 1-30 prompt. Cross House, Talgarth. IMPORTANT NOTICE To Farmers, Machinists and Others. All Kinds of ENGINES AND MACHINERY thoroughly Overhauled and Repaired by Experienced Tradesmen. LAWN MOWERS Ground and Repaired at shortest notice. Agent for all Leading Makes of Implements and Machinery. Cycles and Motor Cycles Supplied. Note the Address- W. J. RICKETTS, GREEN ENGINEERING WORKS, TALGATH. All Orders promptly attended to. Estimates Free. Sales by Auction. By Mr F. G. Price. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. TREWALKINTTALGARTH. Important Sale; of Household FURNITURE, including Old Oak Dresser, grandfather's Clock, Oak Gate Legged Table, Mahogany Bedroom Suite, &c. On WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22nd, 1914. FRANCIS GEO. PRICE, tuctioneer. LOWER HOUSE, CUSOP, BAY. Annual Grass Letting. MR. FRANCIS GEO. PRICE is honoured with instructions from E. F. Cockcroft, Esq., to Let by Auction, on THURSDAY, APRIL 23rd, 1914, About 100 Acres of Excellent Meadow & Pasture Land. Conditions at time of Sale. Luncheon at 1 o'clock. Sale at 2 prompt. LOWER RHYDDNESS, BOUGHROOD. Important Sale of Live and Dead Frrming Stock, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, &c. MR. FRANCIS GEO. PRICE is favoured with instrnctions from Mr. Jas. Davies# who is leaving, to Sell by Auction. On MONDAY, APRIL 27th, 1914. LIVE STOCK.-19 cross-bred Shropshire and Radnor ewes and lambs, 1 ram Shorthorn cow and calf, Jersey cow in or with calf, 3 yearling steers, 1 two-year-old steer, 1 yearling bull; black cart mare in foal, brown cart mare in foal; 1 sow in farrow. IMPLEMENTS.—Cart, gambo, plough, hogs. heads, g.o. gears, short gears, 3 sets long gears, iron furnace, cow straps, several cwts. potatoes. Part of the Household Furniture. Sale at 1-30 prompt. Public Notices. j — THE BRECONSHIRE DAFFODIL SOCIETY will hold its Eighth ANNUAL EXHIBITION in the MARKET HALL, BRECON, On TUESDAY, APRIL 21st, 1914, A LECTURE may be given during the afternoon. Trade Exhibits*:—Messrs Barr & Sons, Mr Christopher Bourne, Mr Reuthe, Mr V. T. Hill, Messrs Evans, Messrs Cartwright and Goodwin. The BAND of the 3rd Batt. S.W. Borderers will play at intervals. TEA, 6d., will be provided by Messrs J. Williams and Co. Admission: 2-30 to 4, Is.; 4 to 6, 6d. Show Closes at 6. For particulars apply MISS A. deWINTON, Tymar, Bracon, Hon. Sec. PENUEL C.M. CHURCH, BWLCH. A GRAND SALE of WORK will be held at the above place on WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22nd. The Sale will be opened at 2 o'clock by MISS EVANS, The Manse. Chairman W. PARRY, Esq., Talybryn. Refreshments provided. General & Fancy Stalls. Bran Tubs, Fish Ponds, &0. MUSIC between 6 and 8 p.m. Proceeds will be in aid of the Native Pastor in India and Church Funds. ADMISSION FREE. ALL ARE WELCOME, National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies. Law-abiding. Non-Party. Colours Red, White and Green. v PUBLIC MEETING will be held on FRIDAY, APRIL 24th, 1914, at THE DRILL HALL, HAY, at 8 p.m., when MISS FOXLEY, MA., will Speak on Women's Suffrage. Chairman: Mr. T. J. STOKOE, J.P. Questions Invited- Collection. BRECKNOCK UNION. Registrar of Births and Deaths. THE GUARDIANS of the above Union invii# APPLICATIONS for the APPOINT- MENT ef REGISTRAR OF BIRTHS AND DEATHS for the Sub-district of Brecknock. The remuneration of the office is by fees amounting to from JE45 to L50 a year, which will be subject to deductions at 2 per nt, under the Poor Law Officers' Superannuation Act, 1896. The Appointment will also be subject to the approval of the Registrar General. Candidates who, if appointed, will be required to reside in Brecon and to take up the duties on the 27th instant, must not be over 50 years of age. Applications in candidate's own handwriting stating qualifications, age, &,c., accompanied by not more than three testimonials, must reach me not later than 10 a.m. on Friday, the 24th April instant, upon which date the appointment will be made. MOLYNEUX F. THOMAS, 19, Castle Street, Clerk to the Guardians. Brecon, 14th April, 1914. T EGAL & ACCOUNTANCY PRINTING accurately done at tbe "County Tiaiea" Office, Bulwark, Brecon. f