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I INTERESTING WEDDING AT LLANIGON
I INTERESTING WEDDING AT LLANIGON. Hamer-Powell. On Tuesday afternoon, at Llanigoa Parish, Church, the Vicar (Rev. WET Morgan), assisted by tb, Rev. T W Tramper (vicar of Clifford) ofticiating the marriage was solemn- ised of Siiss Lilian Mary Powell, culy daughter I of Mr and Mrs Thomas H Powell, of Tymawr, Llanigon, and Mr Thomas Hamer, son of Mrs Hicbard Hamer, of Castleton, Clifford, Here- fordshire. The parental and families of the parties are well known and highly respected in the district, and a very large number of relatives and friends y gathereR to -> VHtoess the ceremony, T&ree arches had been erected by the villagers for the weddingparty to pass under, bearing the mottoes God bless the bride and bridegroom," and" Long life and happiness." The church, too, bad been very tastefully decorated. > As the bride entered the church leaning on the arm of her father, who gave her away, the choir sang Hymn 350, A. and M. ('• Tuc Voice that breathed o'er Eden.") The bride looked charming in a dress of pale ivory satin, trimmed pearls and lace, with train which was trimmed with horse shoe and true lovers' knots in silver aud pearls. She also wore a veil and her mother's bridal wreath of orange blossoms, together with a gold necklace and pearl pendant, the gift of Viscountess Hereford, and carried a I shower bouquet (the gift of the bridegroom) of lilies of the valley and white carnations. The bridesmaids were Miss N E Williams, Colebrook, Bronllys (cousin of the bride), and Miss Marjory Breeze, the Bell, Dorstone (cousin of the bridegroom), who were beautifully attired in dresses of pink liberty silk, with silk i shadow lace and pompadour sashes, and black Tegal hats trimmed with small pink roses and bébé velvet. They also wore gold brooches with tourmaline and pearls, the gifts of the j bridegroom, and carried pink and white car- nation shower bouquets. The best man was Mr Dick Hamer (brother of the bridegroom). Before the Blessing, Hymn 351 A. and. M, How welcome was the call," was sung. As the wedding party and guests left the church, Miss C A Thomas, who presided at the organ, played the Wedding March, am they proceeded to Tymawr. the home of the bride's parents, amid showers of confetti and in glorious sunshine. Here a reception was held. The health of the bride and bridegroom was given by the Vicar of Llanigon (Rev. WET Morgan). He said he bad known Mrs Hamer all her life and had watched her career from her birth. He fiad baptized and confirmed her, and prepared i her for her first communion He trusted that ? the sun which shone out so gloriously that day was an augury of what her life would be He was particu arly interested in Mrs Hamer, if only for having on one occasion saved her life i by being able to administer first aid when she was pulled out of the brook into which she had fallen. He wished her every possible happiness and he was sure few could make a better wife. Few knew more about poultry or butter-making than Mrs Hamer, and when a horticultural show was held some few years ago at Hay she took first prize for butter-making. She took great interest, too, in Church work, and he would miss her help a great deal, for she was always ready to do her best. The large variety of costly and useful presents testified to the esteem in which she was held, and he pointed I out that many were from poor people of the Srish, which showed she was kind to them. Mr Hamer had been trespassing into the parish, especially on a Sunday, and he was glad to say that bis seat in church had been rarely empty for the last 2 or Ð years. He bad svery confidence in placing Miss Powell into his hands and be hoped'they woald help the Vicar cf the parish where they would reside. The bridegroomO briefly responded. Rev T W Tramper gave the health of the parents of the bride and bridegroom in felici, tons terms which was responded to by Mr Powell, and Mr Breeze, the Bell farm, Dorstone, ■on behalf of the bridegroom's mother. Mr J Hamer proposed "the bridesmaids" and Mr Richard Hamer responded. At 5 o'clock the happy pair left amid the congratulations of their friends by motor for Hereford en route for Brighton where the honeymoon will be spent. The bride's travelling costume was of powder blue cloth and black hat with rosebuds and plume. Throughout the afternoon the bells pealed out merrily. 0 The members of the Llanigon churoh choir, the bellringers, and the workmen, with their wives and children, were invited to supper at Tymawr by Mr and Mrs Powell on Tuesday evening, the 7th icst. After supper the Vicar, on behalf of the choir, presented Miss Lily Powell with an oak inkstand and spoke of the interest which she always took in the services of the church, and especially in the singing, having been a member of the choir for several years. LIST OF PRESENTS. Bride to bridegroom, mahogany knee hole writing desk. Bridegroom to bride, long gold chain. Bride's father, cheque and Doulton dinner service. Bride's mother, household linen, table silver, old china tea set. Bridegroom's mother, cheque. Mr John Hamer, cheque. Mr Dick Hamer, leather travelling bag. Mr and Mrs Davies, Llanidloes, silver tea and coffee service, with hot water kettle. Mr and Mrs Ellis, Llanfairfechan, silver pierced cake basket. Mr and Mrs Evan, Newtown, silver entree dish. Mr and Mrs Breeze, Manchester, oak tantalus. Mr Breeze, Dorstone, cheque. Mr Jones, Stowe, cheque. Mrs Jones, Stowe, cheque. Mrs Williams, Colebrook, dinner cruet. Viscountess Hereford, gold chain, with pendant of drop pearls and tourmaline. Rev. WET Morgan, vicar of Llanigon, two pairs of pictures. Rev. T W Tramper, Clifford. Rev. H Leigh Spencer, Clifford, cheques. Hon. Lilian Devereux (God-mother of bride), silver travelling clock. Miss Breeze, Dorstone, cheque. Mr Tom Breeze, Dorstone, cheque. The Misses Ellis, Llanfairfechan, silver lunch tray. Mr and Mrs Notts, Leintwardine, round silver cake basket. Mr and Mrs D Evans, Newtown, stand with sugar and cream. Mr and Mrs F Higgs, Llanidloes, silver entree dish. Mr and Mrs B Hamer, Llandinam, fruit spoons in case. Mr and Mrs Rupert Bottomley, Conway, cheque. Mr Vivian Williams, Brecon, pair of silver candlesticks. Mrs Pateshall (late Allensmore Court), Old Sheffield plate cream jug. Mrs Sandys Thomas, Ceylon, water colour in carved frame. Mrs Dumaresq Thomas, Llanigon, pair of Japanese vases. The Misses Thomas, Llanigon, leather hand bag. Employees and Servants at Castleton, silver lined tray. Members of Llanigon Choir, oak inkstand. Mr and Mrs Jones, Skynlas, cheque. Mr and Mrs Davies, Boatside, Royal Devon bedroom service. Mr and Miss Bishop, Clyro, cheque. Mrs Bishop, Questmoor, silver covered inkstand. Mr and Mrs bishop. Maesyronen, cheque. Mrs James, Cilgwyn, white counterpane. Mrs Prosser, Trevithel, cheque Mrs Hartland, Gloucester, green skin bearth rug. Mr Prosser, Irevithel, cheque. Mr and the Misses Jones, Llandevirion, hearth rug. Mrs Jordon and Mrs White, Gravesend, dining room marble clock. I Dr. Sheperd, Hay, clock. Mr and Mrs E H Cheese, Hay, case of fish servers. Mr and Mrs Cope Proctor, Hay, pair of old blue vases. Mr and M." Davies, The Bage, silver centre piece. Mr and MrsH Yorath, Weston, silver sauce boat. Mr and Mrs Stephens, oak crumb brush and tray. Miss Alice Stepuens, bread beard. Miss Agnes Stephens, butter dish. Miss Lily Stephens, bread knife. Mr and Mrs Enoch George, Caenantmelyn, stand for sugar and cream. for sugar and cream. Rev. T and Miss Williams, Aberystwyth, carriage clock. Mr and Mrs H Jordon, London-, stand for sugar and cream. Miss A Stephens, Hay, pair of silver flower vases. Mr and Mrs Elford, DorStxme, fruit dish with silver stand. Miss George, Ffordlaes, dining room bellows. Mr and Mrs Jones, Chapel Farm, silver egg stand. Mrs Baldwin, case of silver egg spoons. Miss E Jacob. Three Cocks, silver bread fork. Mr and Mrs Powell, Winforton, double marmalade stand. Mr and Mrs Beavan, Celyn, double jam stand. Miss Jones, Pipton, half a dozen tea knives. Mr and Mrs Davies, Clifford Court, silver cake basket. Mr and Mrs Eckley, Dorstone, brass swing kettle. Mr and Mrs Price, Llwynberried, cut glass jug. Miss Jones, Tyffynon, silver and pearl bread fork. Miss G Ball, Briflev, tray cloth and d'oyleys. Miss E Ball, Tymawr, oak butter dish and table Mr and Mrs Chambers, Clifford, silver salt cellars in case. Mr and Mrs James, Dorstone, brass curb. Mrs Jones, Wellington Court, cushion. Mr T Lammond, Tymawr, pair of vases. Mrs Davies, Brecon Road, Hay, pair of antique brass candlesticks Mr and Mrs Jones, Eardisley, cut glass breakfast cruet. Miss Rosalind Grant, Hay, painted table centre. Mrs Lewis, Hay, brass fire irons. Mr and Mrs Lewis, damask table cloth. Mrs Hughes, Llanigon P.O., salad bowl and servers. Mr D F Powell. Hardwicke Court, marble clock. Mr and Mrs H R Grant, Hay, pot and pedestal. Mr W Terrett, Hay, pair of silver flower vases. The Misses Williams, Llwynbrain, rose bowl. Mrs Lewis, Tregoyd, case of carvers. Miss Meredith, Clifford, double jam stand. Mr J Lewis, Llanigon, pickle jar. Mr and Mrs Banejle, Bucks, mahogany and silver photo frame. Mr and Mrs James Cater, Hay, hanging lamp. Mr George Hartwell. Hay, silver mounted driving whip. Mr J Jones, Hay, driving whip. Mrs Fay, Cambridge, tea cosy. Sons of Mr and Mrs H R Grant, Hay, pair of pictures. Mrs Baker, Hereford, table centre and d'oyleys. Mr and the Misses Giles, silver tea spoon. Miss Weaver, Hav, marmalade jar. Mr and Mrs Edwards, Castleton, cheque. Mr and Mrs George Price, Hay, hunting crop. Mr and Mrs James, Penypark, oak coal box. Mr and Mrs Jones, Penypark, bellows. Mr and Mrs Morgan, The Green, cheque. Mrs Jones-Williams and Annie, Hay, Royal Doulton flower pot. Miss R M B Morgan, Hay, pair antique vases. Mr A Williams. Middtewood, cheque. Mr Hartwell, Hay, rug. Mrs Stokoe, Hay, barometer. Mr and Mrs Price, Twynllyne, egg stand. Miss E Price, Llowes, pair of Georgian silver salts. Mr Hamer, Grendon Court, case of carvers. Mr and Mrs Lewis, Burghill, marking scissors. Mr and Mrs A Edwards, Byford, waterproof rug. Mr Dennis, Llanigon, steel fire stand. Messrs Oswin and Co., Hereford, marmalade pot. Mr and Mrs Evans, Llanigon, cress dish and stand. 1 Mr J Davies, Llanigon, pair of fruit dishes. Miss Holcombe, Llanthomas, pair of photo frames. I A fnend, cheque. Mr and Mrs Gwilliam, Vowchurch, double jam stand and d'oyleys. Mr and Mrs S. Jones, Hay, rug. Mr and Mrs James Gunter, Glasbury, silver pickle fork in case. j Miss Golesworthy, Cheltenham, pen, painting, rosewood- tray. Mr and Miss Jones, Hay, glove and handkerchief case. Miss Jones, Wellington Court, duchesse set. Mr Davies, Church House, glass jug and glasses. The Misses Maddy, Hay, cut glass jam jar. Mrs George, Hay, set of Royal Devon jugs. < Mr and Mrs Edwin Taylor, Hay, cut glass biscuit barrel. Miss E Jones, Church Stretton, tea cosy. Mrs Kinsey, Llanigon, glass jug. Mrs and Miss Mary Williams, Yew Tree Cottage, pair of bulb bowls. Mr S Passey, Hay, cheque. Mr and Mrs Hughes, Stowe Cottage, butter dish. Mrs Moss, Hay, tray cloth and table centre. < Miss Naysmith, Morriston, bedroom towels with band crochetting. Miss Doris Price, Llangwye, satin painted table hand crochetting. Miss Doris Price, Llangwye, satin painted table centre Mr and Mrs II Davies, Glasbury, lajge art pot. Mr Harris, Tregoyd, brass inkstand. Miss Harris, Hay, biscuit barrel. Mr and Mrs Price, Pentenallt, sugar dredger. Mrs de Fay and Miss Kinsey, Jersey, copper milk jug. Mrs Abel. Clyro, d'oyleys. Mr and Mrs Prothero, Llanigon, breakfast cruet. Mr and Mrs H J Stephens, Hay, silver cake basket. Miss Mar4 Meredith, Clifford, hand worked chair back. Miss Marv Price, Llwynberried, cut glass jug. Miss Hartland, Gloucester, afternoon tea cloth. Mr G Page, Whitney, pickle jar. Mr and Mrs Jones (late of Tylan), afternoon tea cloth. Mrs Edwards, Llanigon, inlaid oak tea tray and cream jug. Mr and Mrs Lewis Williams, Smallbrook, cheque. Mrs Stokoe, Vowchurch, silver marmalade jar. Mrs Jones, Rhydspence, tray cloth. Mrs Lane, Hay, pair of netted tray clotha. Mrs Davies, Rhydspence, tray cloth. Miss Goodwin, Sheephouse, copper hammered fire screen. Mr Jack Dennis, Llanigon, bread peel. Mr and Mrs Evans, Church street, Hay, silver W butter knife and jam spoon. Mrs Watkins and Norah, Llanigon Vicarage, sugar and cream jug. A Friend, cushion. Mr F D Jones, Penyworlod, cheque. The Watkins', Priory, a seltzogene. Miss E James, Castle street, Hay, cut glass water jug Mr and Mrs F Davies, set of tea knives. Mrs Grennow, Maestorglydd, cheque. Mr John George, set of jugs.
BUILTH ROAD. TEA AND ENTERTAINMENT.—In aid of the funds of the Railway Mission Sunday Scbool, a tea was held in tbe New Hall on Good Fri. day. There was a large attendance and tea was on the tables from 3 o'clock to 6 p.m. The ladies who presided were Mra Blackmore, Mrs Niaholla and Mra Roberts, assisted by a boat of willing helpers, inclosing Mrs Moon, Mrs Page Steadmau, Mia" Robert*, Mrs Kingdom, Mrs J Kingdom, Mra Stephens, MJS T Evans, Misses Hannah and Looie Evans, Mr J Stephens (treasurer), Mr P Steadman and Mrs T Newmao. An entertainment followed,nnder the presidency of the Rev. Lewis Beynon (Boiltb Wells). There was a large audience. The local cboir bad been trained as nsnal by Mr Frauk Davit s (Boi th Wells), and Miss M I Morris (Boiltb Wells), acted as accompanist. Toe Irora.mme opened with an anthem *'Ho8ani?ah sing,by the choir, who later gave a very ff --etive rendurins of a part song, en- titled I-F.iry Daoce." Various iteos were coutribati d by Miss Hannah Evans, Mr Tom Jones, Mr P Newman, Mr J Morgan, Miss Hetty Sti auman, Mr Trevor Davies, Mr Peter- I son, Mis- Mildred Everson, Misses Eileen and Maureen Eadie (daet), Miss Gertie Williams, Mr Molt-o, Master Clifford Everson, Horeb boys (part song), Miss. Connie Steadman, Misses Straffen and Vest (duet), Mr Sydney Davies, Master Gordeu Stephens, Mrs Moon and Miss Davies (doet), Mr J Stevens, Mrs Williams, Master Frank L Davies, Messrs Tom Jones and Sydney Davies (duet), Master Tr. vor Williams, and others. The farcical sketch, "Turn Him Out," was also performed to the utmost delight of the audience. Coun- cillor H d L--wis acted in the duplicate role of stage uiauager and prompter, and the principal charact,t-r,- were taken as follows"Nicodemus Not brt," toy vendor, Mr F Morley; "Mr Makiutosb Moke," Mr F L Morris "Mr Eglan- tine R
IBEAU-IFUL WEDDING CARDS.—Tbe I U 81) iiujens of Wedding Cards at the County Times Offices, the Bulwark, Brecou, have been ag,IID carefully revised. A j utiwb, r ot New Designs have been added, reruBrkst le for their soyle and equally remark- rtble tor their Low Price. There is now a. r4nee of Be^ntilnl Wedding Cards at the j Times" Office which could be nowhere excelled. J I
MARKETS GUIDE. Trade and Prices. HAY General, Thured ay.-Pt ices: Butt-or la 2d to la 3d per lb, eggs 14 to 16 a la, live chickens 53 6d to 6s 63 a couple, trussed 5e 6d to 7a, live fowls 5s 6d to Gs. trussed 69 to 7s, rabbits 8d and 9d, potatoes 53 to 6s per cwt. HAY Monthly Stock Fair, Thursday.—Very good attendance catMe an average supply with a downward tendency in prices. Two lots of yearling steers, the property of Mr Price, TwynllwYI2, and Mr Price, Llwyn- batried, realised about f.14 each. Sheep a short supply, a few couples changing hands at 50s. Pigs a small quantity at reduced prices. BRECON General, Thursday.—Good supply and brisk trads. Prices:-Buttcr Is 3d and Is 4d per lb, eggs 14 and 15 for Is, fowls Cs to 7s per couple, cbegge 9:1 and lOd per lb, turkeys (a limited supply) Is per lb, rhubarb 2d per bunch, rabbits 83 and 91 each, cabbage plants 50 for 6d. TALGARTH General, Friday.—There was a good demand and, the supply being small, prices advanced. Egos 16 for la, batter Is 2d to Is 4d per lb, dressed fowls 43 6i to 78 6 j per courl-, rabbits 9d and 103 each. BUILTH WELLS Stock, Monday.—Fair bnpply and brisk demand, resulting in an early clearance. Ccws with calves were in great demand and sold at prices ranging from £ 17 10 Elg, Larreneri from JE11 tn £ 13 10s, yearling I ballocÈs £ 8 103 to JG10 10s, two-year-old I bullocks ill to 914 eaob, mutton 81 to Sid 2 2 per lb, pork 7d to Tii per ib, cart pigii 25a to I 30s ench. BUILTH WELLS General, Monday.—Good I supply and good demand. Prief-,s:-Butttr supply and geed demand. Prices:—Butter Is Id to Is 2d per lb, eggs 15 and 16 for la, young fowls 4s 6i p°r couple, old hens 33 Gd per coaple, rabbits 8d eagb, potatcss 41 6j per cwt, HEREFORD Cattle, Wednesday. Short supply all round. Beef sold at last week's prices stores were also cleared at late rates. Sheep sold very dear, far in advaiaC3 of last J week. Some sheep out of the wool made up to 65s and 668 each, fat lambs 40s to 50s; a few ewes and lambs made 75s per couple. Figs were scarce, porkers making 7!d to 81 per lb, and bacons 4;d to 6d. HEREFORD Poultry, Wednesday.—Very short supply of live fowls sold at 4s 6d to 6s 6 t a couple. Dressed fowls were also scarce and sold at from 6s to 7s per couple. Hen eggs 14 a Is retail, 15 wholesale, butter Is 2d per Ib retail, Is Id wholesale a few ducks made 8s a couple.
HARDWICKE. I EASTERTIDE.—The church was most artistic- ally decorated for Easter by the usual willing helpers and there were crowded congregations. There were 2 celebrations of Holy Communion, at 8 and after Morning Prayer, and there were a large number of communicants. The Vicar, the Rev. M F Harper, preached excellent sermons and great praise is due to the choir and organist for the able manner in which tlie musical part of the services was rendered. Among the special music sung was a setting to the Te Deum by A Lowe, Haynes* service in C, and the Anthem If we believe (Simper). The solo in the latter was taken by Mrs Harper (Hard- wicke Vicarage) and the duet by the Vicar and Master Percy Evans. Processional and Recess- ional Hymns were also sung. Mr C G Portman ably presided at the organ. Some beautiful flowers and palms were sent for the decorations by Mr and Mrs Graystone the Moor.
CATHEDINE. EASTER VESTRY.—The annual Elster VESTRY meeting was held on Monday morning, when there we present Rev. D H Pictoo, Captain Travers, Mr A Aston Talbot, Mr E C Maurice, Mr J Thomas and Mr E R Davies. The accounts which showed a balance of C4 16 2 were signed. 2 The Rector nominated Captain Travers as his warden and on ths proposition of Mr Talbot, seconded by Mr Maurice, Mr J Thomas was re elected people's warden. A' vote of thanks was accorded to Mr and Mrs Talbot for re-decor. ating the church, also to Mrs Gwynne Holford for her contribution towards the organist's fund. EASTER DAY.-On Easter Sunday Cathedine Parish Church was re-opened, after its closure for slight exterior repairs and interior re decora- tion—this work having been most satisfactorily carried out by Messrs Thomas and Son, Brecon. Another advantageous improvement to the Church is the installation of an acetylene apparatus put in by Messrs J E Nott and Co Ltd. Brecon, the light from which is decidedly superior to that from the oil lamps, which have now been removed. For these acceptable additions and improvement? a deep debt of gratitude is due to Mr and Mrs Talbot, Treholford, who take a meet genuine intelest in all matters connected with the church. Ano her appreciated gift-used f(r the first time on Easter Sunday-was the fair linen altar cloth and frontal, beautifully worked and presented by Mrs Osborne Morgan, late of tbe Tower House, Cathedine. Tbe services opened with an early celebration at 8 o'clock, the Rector (Rev D. H. Picton) being the ce'ebrant. At the eleven o'clock service the Rector again officiated, and the lessens as usual were read by Captain Travers The choir attended in full force and gave a capital rendering of the choral part of the service. M 8S E. M. Davies pre- sided at the organ. At both services the number of communicants was especially grati- fying, and well did the Rector deserve the Easter offerings which were presented to him at the Vestry meeting. on Monday. The church was most tastefully decorated by Mrs Talbot, Mrs Picton, Miss Browne, Mrs Gwenlan, Mrs James and Mrs Hadleigh.
LLANGATTOCK. EASTER SERVICES.—The services in the Parish Church were as follows :—Holy Communion at 6, 7, and 8 a m. Matins and Holy Communion at 11 a.m., Children's Service at 2-30 p.m., Evensong at 6 p.m. The t'otal number of communicants was 207. The Celebrant was the Rector (Rev. R. M. Cole-Hamilton). The collections (except at the Children's service) were for Church expenses and realisedRIGO10. The collection at the Children's service was on behalf of Foreign Missions. The children brought in their boxes, and a good sum was realised. The church was crowded at the evening service, when an impressive sermon was preached by the Rector. The anthem "They have taken away my Lord" (Stainer) was well rendered by the choir,and the services were of a most hearty character. The ringers rang a short peal before each service and the Church had been tastefully decorated.
LLANAFANFAWR. SALE.—A sale of household furniture was conducted by Mr G V Price, Builth, at Bryn. wern Lodge on Saturday last. PERSONAL.—Sincere congratulations to Mr Willie Davies, Oakfield, on his success at Beulah Eisteddfod last Friday. There were six parties competing, the test piece being "The cottage on the hill. The prize was awarded to Mr Willie Davies and his party.
BATTLE. EASTER SERVICFS.-The,servicef4 througboot were very largely attended. The mornint; service was taken by the Vicar (the Rev. H J Church Jones), and the Rev. Aneurin Davies officiated in the evening. The churcti bad been nicely decorated. Brecon Schools Football League. The following table shows the result of the Brecon Schools Football League competition for the season just ended P. W. D. L. Pts. Pendre 6 4 1 1 9 County School 6 2 2 2 6 Llanfaes 6 2 2 2 6 Mount Street 6 1 l 4 3
FRNKSBRIDGE BAPTISTS BIG EFFORT
FR&NKSBRIDGE BAPTISTS' BIG EFFORT. Presentation to Mr3. Williams. I Some four or five years ago the Baptists at Franksbridge erected n. new chapel at a cost of £!125, towards which E725 was then collected, including 100 gns. from Messrs J and J Davies, London, leaving a debt of £ 200. In October last it was decided to make an effort to clear off this debt, and collectors were appointed. The collection resulted in f211 6s 6d being obtained and now the church is free of all debt. On Mon- day evening a meeting of the chapel people was held to secure the sums collected, and ¡ also to present Mrs Williams, of Llandilo, daughter of the pastor (Rev. D Hees), with a number of gifts on the occasion of her marriage. The Rev. D Rees presided. Mr J W E\tans (Bridge House), presented Mrs Williams with a Bible and Welsh hymn book from the Sunday School; Mr P L Bufton (Llanbarlow), presented a handsome clock from the choir, and incidentally spoke of the readiness with which members of the Church of England had subscribed to the chapel debt fund, and Mr E Davies (Wern- basmon), presented a purse of gold from the church. A silver kettle sent by the church at Oswestry, where Mrs Williams was formerly organist, was also presented.
LLANGYNIDR. OBITUARY.—It is with regret that we announce the death of Mrs Sarah Ann Price, the wife of David Price, of Hendre- forfudd, at'the early age of 41, which took place on Friday, the 3rd inst., after a long illness. The funeral took place on Tuesday, the 7th inst., when a large number assembled in the cemetery of the Congregational Chapel, Sardis. The Rev. David Lloyd, Cwm Rhos, officiated at the house and in the chapel, where he preached a short sermon, and the Rev. W. H. Morgan, Talybont, took the ser- vice at the graveside. The chief mourn- ers were:—David Price (husband), Misses Anne and Hannah Price (daughters), Mrs Price, Gliffaes Farm (mother-in-1 law). James Price, Mr and Mrs J. Mor- gan, Rev. Gomer and Mrs Harris, Mr Edward Hamer, Bwlch (brother), Mr and Mrs Vaughan, Middle Wood (brother-in-law and sister). Mr John Hamer (brother), Mr and Mrs Milward, Merthyr Tydfil, Mr W. Jones, Bwlcb, Mr and Mrs D. Jones, Bwlch, Mr and Mrs Thomas, Bwlch, Mrs Williams, Tre- domen Court, &c. Wreaths were sent by Mr D. Price and children, Mrs Price and family, Lord and Lady Glanusk, Lady Salt, Mr and Mrs Vaughan, Mr and Mrs Milward, Mr W. Hamer. Upper Gaer, Mrs Watkins and Mrs George, Bwlch, Mr and Mrs R. Hamer, Mr J. Hamer, Blaencwm, Mr and Mrs Watkins, Llantilo Cresseny, Mr and Mrs Lewis, Llwyncelyki, Llangattock. The coffin I being a handsome one of elm with heavy brass fittings and the undertakers were Messrs Watkins and Bevan, Llangynidr. EASTERTIDE —Easter passed pver very quietly there being very few visitors about. The services at the Parish Church were well attended, a large number of communicants attending the early celebration. The church had been beautifully decorated by Mrs Owens, the Rectory, Miss Alice Watkins, the Stores, Mrs Jones, the Constabulary, Mrs Fifield and Mrs Austin Cox.—The Congregational Sun- day School had their annual treat on Easter Monday. An excellent tea was provided and afterwards, in a field kindly lent by Mrs Williams and Mr John Williams, Pentwyn, a vigorous game of football was soon in pro- gress amongst the boys and young men. Sweets were distributed amongst the young- sters through the kindness of the pastor, the Rev. Gomer Harris. in the evening an ex- cellent children's concert was given in the chapel. A party under the direction of Mr D. Penry Thomas sang several pieces, and a large number of children recited and sang. The chairman was Mr John Thomas, Saladine, Mr John Wynter was the accompanist.— The Wesleyan Sunday School had their treat on Easter Monday as well. Tea was served at Panteg, Mrs Williams kindly providing it. After tea the youngsters played at football, and a very enjoyable day was passed by all.
Brecon CLB Sports
< Brecon C.L.B. Sports. The annual sportp in connection with the Brecon Church Lad's Brigade, took place on Moiaday. The secretarial duties were capably discharged by the Rv. Aneurin Davies.. ResultB :— 100 yd* over 15.-1 P Palmer, 2 E Brooks, 3 Walter Evans. 100 yds under 15 -1 J Williams, 2 F Hill, 3 J Perry.. Long jump over 15.—1 G Smith, 2 I Brooks, 3 E Brooks. Long jump under 15 -1 C Dacey, 2 F Hill, 3 J Williams. Three legged race over 15 -1 I Brooks and W Wood, 2 P Palmer and E Brooks. Three legged race under 15 —1 F Jones and S Rowlands, 2 T Powell and E Millett. Wheelbarrow race.—1 E Brooks and P Palmer, 2 W Evans aod T Perry. Hopping Race.—1 P Palmer, 2 W Davies. High jump over 15.—1 P Palmer, 2 E Brooks, 3 E Matthews. Ditto under 15.-1 W James, 2 C Dacey, 3 W Brittan. i 440 yds handioap.-l P Palmer, 2 E Brooks, 3 W Davies. Too-of-war.-I E Brooks' team, 2 W James' team. Slx-a-side football content.—E Brooks (caps.), Walter Evans, F Wiliiams, D Palmer, LI. Morgan, E Matthews.
ABERYSKIR. CONCERT.—On Easter Monday a successful concert was held at the Parish Hall in aid of the Waifs and Strays Society. The Rev. J Davies, rector, was in the chair, and there was a large attendance. The following was the pro. gramme :—Piano solo, Miss G Powell; action song, children part song, "Swing song," Aberyskir party topical song (encored), Mr 0 H Jenkins; song, Mrs Cartwright dialogue, Misses Davies and Masters A and W Davies; comic duet, "Country courtship," Miss L Price and Mr C H Jenkins; part song, "Sing we merrily," Aberyski, party song (encored), "Sing me to sleep," Miss L Price comic song (encored), "The wa;ter," Mr George Hardwicke; action song, children song, "Autumn and winter," Miss L Price comic song (encored), Mr George Hardwicke. The action songs were performed by several childreu, who had been trained by Misses E Snelgrove and N Gilbert. This is the first time that action songs have been given in the parish, and the clever work of the young performers was greatly appreciated. The programme concluded with a very amusing sketch, in which the following figured :—Misses E Snelgrove, N Gilbert, Lena Jones and G Powell, Messrs J Snelgrove, J Davies and A Morgan. The accompanists were Miss Lena Jones (the Gaer) and Mr C H Jenkins (Brecon)
TALYBONT. EASTER SERVICES.—The Good Friday ser- vices in the Mission Church and in the Parish Church was well attended. The services throughout Easter Day were of the brightest character and there were splendid congregations. Choral celebrations of the Holy Communion were held at 8 a.m. in the Mission Church and at 11 a.m. in the Parish Church. The number of communicants totalled 79, an increase of eight on last year. The G 30 p.m. service in the Mission Church was specially enthusiastic. EASTER VESTRY.—Tbe Easter vestry was held in the Church HaH on Monday evening. The rector, the Rev. J S Davies, reviewed the past year, during which much progress had been made in the various branches of Church work. The accounts were presented and adopted, showing a balance in hand of Cil 4s Gd. It was decided to guarantee the sum of S5 towards the Diocesan Fund, in accordance with the new Finance Scheme, for the ensuing year. Mr A W Lewis, Craiglas, was re elected rector's warden and Mr Thomas people's warden. Sidesmen were appointed as follows-Messrs H W Richards, L Richards, G Lewis, S Davies, G Bye, J Darke, Hicks, J Lewis, P Jones, Williams (Lower Wenallt), Bevan and Stevens. The sum of £5 was unanimously voted to the Rector as an Easter gift. The Rector, how- ever, devoted the gift towards some special Church work.
Motor Cyclist and Passenger Injured
Motor Cyclist and Passenger Injured. A pprioos mn!,or. cycle accident occurred on Monday evening near Craig-y nos, the victims beiug Mr Sidney James, builder, Ystradgynlais, wbo was riding a motor cycle, and Miss Sarah Jeffreys, who was in the side car. The cycle ran into a bonldef in the middle of the road, and both cyclipt and passenger were thrown out. Miss Jeffreys alighted on her bsad and saaiaioed severe scalp wnnnds, while Mr James sustained a fracture of the right arm aud other injuries. Both lay unconscious for some time. They were found by a shepherd in the employ of Mr McTork, who took them to his cottage, and were afterwards conveyed to Y stradgynlaip, where Dr Edgar Walsh attended them.
Builth Urban Council
Builth Urban Council. A special meeting of the Builth Urban Council was hold on Tuesday evening, Mr D. F. H. Williams, chairman, presiding. On the consideration of an application from Mr E C Warlow to erect overhead wires across Crown Lane and Groe Street, with a view to conveying electric light to Crystal House, Mr Gilbert Eadie said there would be more sense in inviting an outside Electric Lighting Company of .good standing to instal a town system of electric lighting than to have a lot of little systems all over the town. Mr J. R. Prosser: But what about ithe gas shareholders ? They should be con- sidered. Mr Eadie We are here to consider the ratepayers—not shareholders. The Council decided they could neither prevent nor sanction the proposal, providing applicant kept within range of the law, and the clerk was requested to write Mr Warlow accordingly. Mr J. P. Pugh wrote inviting the Council to inspect his condemned premises (Holly House), and to make suggestions with a view to the place being made habitable. The members adjourned the matter till the regular meeting, when they would have from the Medical Officer and Sanitary Inspector definite information as to what should be done.
LLANGORSE. DANCE.—A. dance, attended by about 60 people, was held at the Schoolroom on Monday evening, in aid of the Church fund. The M.C. was Mr J Powell, and Mr Archie Preece, Talyllyn, acted as accompanist.
YELINDRE. TEA AND CONCERT.—On Good Friday the usual tea party and concert was held in con-1 nection with the Velindre Presbyterian Church, and there was a splendid attendance. The tables were presided over by the sisters of the church, aided by others. Messrs R Stallard and T Milburn acted as secretary and treasurer respectively. At the concert, which was very successful, Mr Mansel capably acted as chair. man. A varied programme was provided, including the following items :—Organ solo, Miss E L Price, who also officiated as accom. panist solos, Miss G Thomas (Llangorse), Miss Winnie Davies (Talgartb), Miss Eva Davies (Velindre), Miss E E Price, Miss A Thomas (Sychnant), Mr Watkins (Glasbury) recitations, Mr Hopkins (Trefecca College), Miss A Thomas, Miss Eva Owen (Talgarth), Miss Phyllis Hamer, Miss G Price (Talgarth). Messrs Price and Party and Messrs Watkins and Party rendered quartettes, and several choruses were also given by the Glasbury Male Voice Party.
GLASBURY. PRESENTATION.—On Monday morning last the Rev. H. H. Gibbon' was presented by his parish- ioners with a solid silver coffee tray with the following inscription :Presented to the Rev. H. R. Gibbon, vicar of St. Peter's, Glasbury, by his parishioners, on his marriage, April 14th 1914." WEDDING.—On Tuesday morning last a very pretty wedding took place at All Saints' Church. The contracting parties were Miss Annie E. Lewis, daughter of Mrs Lewis, Green Terrace, Glasbury, and Mr John Johnson, Brooklawn Farms. Morris Plain, New Jersey, U.S.A. The Rev. H. Griffith performed the ceremony. Mr Wilfred Lewis, brother of the bride, acted as best man, and the bride was given away by Mr Davies of Newport. The bridesmaid was Mrs Llewelyn of Swansea. cousin of the bride. Amongst the guests were Mr A. Hughes (cousin) and Mrs Hughes (aunt) of Sketty Miss Jones, Clyro (cousin): Mra Jones, The Villa Misses Jessie and Winnie Jones, The Villa Mrs Cake, Mr Haynes, Mr Williams, Pontypridd. Many telegrams of congratulation were received and the bride and bridegroom were the recepients of numerors beautiful and useful presents. The bridegrooms gift to the bridesmaid was a gold and opal brooch, and to the bride a fur coat, and the bride gave the bridegroom a gold albert. The happy couple left by the mid-day train for Chester, en route for Sctland.
BARGOED" COAL. THE MOST LASTING COAL IS "WELSH." THE BEST WELSH COAL IS 11 BARGOED." The only place obtainable in Brecon is at THE Breconshire Coal & Lime CO. It is sold at all the Company's Retail Depots. Truck Loads (4 to 10 tons) may be bad at any Station in Wales at Factors'prices.
-64 BRECON. ALL kinds of Insurances effected. Agent for several first-class Companies.—Williams, Accoun- tant, Insurance and General Agent, Sennybridge, and 6, Bulwark, Brecon. You can get MARMALADE ORANGES alec SWEET ORANGES from four a Id and FINEST TOMATOES at WOODS, Castle Street and Watton. IT is DELicious.-That is what our customers say. SWEETHOG BACON has a flavour all its own. It is something choice. It has to be tasted to be fully appreciated. Sweethog the breakfast table delicacy. Tenpence per lb.-Obtainable only at MORRIS', 17, Bridge street. As a Spring Medicine, Gwillim's Burdock apd Sarsaparilla Blood Mixture is excellent. 1/9 and 1/- bottles of Gwillim (late Charles) Medical Hall, Brecon. To WARD OFF COLDS and the dangerous after effects, a glass of Invalid Wine is strongly recommended by tbe medical profession. Meat and Malt Wine, 33. and liJ. 9d. Wincamie, 3s. 6d. and 2, 3d. Hall's Wine, 33. oa. and 2s. per bottle..Burgundy ia fls-one, and 23. 6J. each. Invalid Port, 2a. 6d. and Is. 4d. per bottle.—MEREDITH & SONS, Sscrea. Brecon. New Zealand Batter, delightfully fresh and temptingly delicious. One of our specialities, 1/2 per lb. Try it.-Morris, Bridge Street. JUST ARRIVED splended lot of GOOD EATING POTATOES. Quarrell, High St. MISTRESSES AND MAIDS will be more than satisfied with their utensils and material for spring cleaning if they obtain them at Meredith and Sons, who hold a large stock of everything necessary for this important time of the year. Brooms and Brushes a speciality.—The Stores, Brecon. HOSPITAL FOR FOUNTAIN PENS —Any make Pen quickly ar.d cheaply repaired by the Pen Experts, A. HUGHES & SON, Brecon. GOING ABROAD ? Any Line anywhere I Book your passage with the Official Agents- A. HUGHES & SON, Brecon. CYCLES. We are Sole Agents for the Raleigh, James, and Sunbeam Cycles, prices from JE4 17s Gd to £ 15 15s. An inspection of New Models respectfully solicited.—MEREDITH & SONS, Brecon. FOR BRECONSHIRE MEN.—The most satisfactory Collar, well made-called "BRECKNOCK"-and obtained only at WATTS, The Clothier. SEED POTATOES, grand lot of Early and Late varieties.—QUABBELL, HIGH STREET. SCHOLARSHIP EXAMINER.—The Higher Edu- cation Committers have appointed Mr D E Williams, Gower, to act as Examiner of the Entrance Scholarship Examination to be held in June next., at a fee of lOgns. A REAL EASTER EGG.—On Thursday morn. iug Mr Ewart Wise, hairdresser, High Street, received a "lucky bag" by post, from the "John Bull" newspaper, in the form of a cheque for JE500 for winning first prize in their "bullet" competiMon. He took for his example the words "Awkward Questions" and his ballet was "Which Geor,ue Rales." THE RKES WILLIAMS Cup.-The Breconshire Agricultural Society have decided to present the Rees Williams Cup this year for the best bull, cow and her calf exhibited at the show. THE COUNTY SCHOOLS.—At a meeting of the County Higher Education, held recently, the resolution of the Brecon County School governors in favour of a reduction of the Central Welsh Board's examinations was considered and it was decided that no action be taken for the present. The amount of the year's contri- bution paid by the committee to the Central Welsh Board was discussed, and it was resolved to call attention to the unfairness of the large Bum paid by Breconabire as compared with other oounties, and that steps be taken to secure a reduction. RUGBY, FOOTBALL.- Mr J. V. Rees played for the Harlequins Against Cardiff on Monday at Cardiff. The Welahmen won by 8 points (one converted try and one try) to nil. The Hacle- quius bad most of tho game in the second half, but spoiled their chances by indifferent hand- ling. PERSONAL.-Amoog the visitors staying at the Castle Hotel for Easter were Major G. Harley Thomas and his son, Mr Trevor M. C. Thomas, late of the Suffolk Regiment, who is shortly to be called to the Bar at the Middle Temple. Major Thomas is a nephew of the famous Sculptor, John Evan Thomas, J.P., D.L., formerly High Sheriff of Brecknock, who pre. sented the Wellington Statue to his (jative town. CYCLING ACCIDENT.—Whilst cyoling down a bill close to Upper Chapel on Satarday after- noon, Mr Charles Price, Brecon, insurance agent, met with a serious accident. The front fork gf his bicycle broke, with the result that he was thrown violently to the ground, and be was found by a little girl on the side of the road sometime after the accident, unconscious. He was conveyed to the Plough and Harrow Ion and Dr Rees was summoned from Brecon. He found that Mr Price was severly bruised about the head, face and chest, and had to be re- moved to the Brecon Infirmary, where be his making good progress. CHURCH LAD'S BRIGADE.—On Sunday morn. ing the members of the Church Lad's Brigade, headed by their bugle band, and under the charge of Lieutenant Meredith attended tbe Priory Church. The was a good muster and the turn out was exceedingly smart. THE EASTER HOLIDAYS—Notwithstanding the somewhat mixed weather of Good Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday turned out fine and brilliant sunshine, which was quite a relief from the prolonged wet weather, prevailed throughout the three days. Apart from a large number of Breconians living away who return. ed home for Easter, the borough was visited by hundreds of people from far and near, many coming in to hear the famous band of the 1st Battalion S.W.B., who played in public on three successive days. Daring the Eastertide a very large number of motor cars passed through the town, and many halted at the principal hotels for lunch or tea. On Monday there was a good number of boats on Newton Pool and anglers were also busy. FIBB BRIGAI)E.-At a meeting of the Town Council on Tuesday, the Captain of the Fire Brigade (Mr J. Edwards) submitted two names for the post of engineer of the brigade, in the place of Mr J. Hudson, whose resignation had, been received by the Council with regret. The Council adopted the recommendation of the Works Committee to appoint Mr Wm. Evans, 3 St John's Road, Brecon. FOOTBALL CROWD.-The takings at the foot- ball match played on Easter Monday between the Sports Club and the 1st Battalion S.W.B. amounted to over JE8. SOLDIER AND FOOTBALLER MARRIED.—The marriage took plaoJ on Easter Monday morning of Lance Corpl. Sandford, the well known Depot centre half football player, to Miss Silvia Williams, Prospect Row, Brecon. The bridesmaid was Miss Morris, Dinas Road and the best man Mr W. Davies. OUTBREAK OF FIRE.-A fire which might have proved serious bad it occurred in the night, broke out in Mr H. R. Houlson's ware- boose at the bottom of the Watton pitch on Tuesday morning. It appears that some old rubber got ignited and suddenly burst into a flare, shortly after Dine o'clock. Fortunately the fire was immediately seen and a rush made for water. Smoke streamed out through the doors and between the slates in the roof, but the early discovery and prompt action prevent- ed the spread of the flame", although they bad seized the rafters. A few buche's of watar extinguished them. IF you want a HAIR BRUSH or anything in TOILET GOODS caii at EWART WISE. ANOTHER EASTER WRDDING.-The marriags took place at the Priory Cbnrcb on Easter Monday of Mr Morgan Morris, 13 Mill Street, and Miss Dora Bird, 8 Priory Hill. The cere- mony was performed by the Rev Edgar Davies (cotate). The bride was given away by her brother, while her sister acted as bridesmaid and Mr Morris' brother as groomsman. EWART WISE is giving better value than ever in TOILET GOODS (address 34 High Street). W. l:I TEMPORARY TRANSFER—A temporary trans" fer of tho license of the "Drover's Arms" aØ on Tuesday granted to Mr T. W. Wayne, FO*" merly of tbe Castle Ian, LLANGORSE, from Mt Walter Jones. HOLIDAY TRAFFIC.—Daring the holidays a largo number of peopla visited the borough while many of the inhabitants took ADVANTAGE of excursions to the seaaide and to the races. Four big excursion trains ffOO the Swansea Valley went through to HjrefOC3 on Monday. FUNERAL OF MOTOR ACCIDENT VICTIM.—TBS funerul of Ms Win. Wiliiams, of 14, The Wattou, who was accidantly killed by a motot car en the 6ih inat., took place on Wednesday afternoon last week at tbe Cemetery. Rev. R. J. Wiliiams officiated. THO chie' mourners were:—Misses Annie and BestSie Williams (daughters), Mr Win. WilliacJS (father), Mrs Martin, Briatol (sister). Mr and Mrs Dan Williams (brother and 6ister-in-Iaw)» Mr and Mrs J Lloyd Williams (brother S12d sister-iu-lsw). Mr David Williams, Bailth Roa (uncle), Mr Ivor Williams (nephew), Mr Mra Wilding, Ebbw Vale (bro;her-in-law and sietcr), Mr Roger Thomas, ME;rtbyr (bwtbcr in law), Mrs Lloyd, Llandovery (consia), and Mr and Miss Medcalfe, List; fiirett. Tb8 dcceased's mother was too ill to Attend. vVreaths were seat by "Christie," Swansea r father, mo".Eier ak- 'd family; "Jack, Lizzie aDd Freddie"; Mr and Mias Medcalfe; Mr and Mrs Mitchell, Glyncelyn Mrs Edwards and Mr Htirbart, Free abrest: Mrs Mariin, Bristol* Mrs Reyuolda, Mr Frank Kaissy, Trevor, Thomas. The funeral arrangements veto carried oat by Mr Wm. Morgan. Tho coffin was of polished eim with brasd fitting9* the breastplate coj,taioing the CullowiojJ. inscription :—William Wiiiiarcs, died April 6ih, 1914, aged 45 years. T-,i-i he > ae aDd mourning coaches was supp'ied by ril," Medoalf* INFIRMARY X^CKNOWLEDGMENTS.—Old linen, Mrs deWsnton, Maesderwen flowere, I Mitchell, Glyncelyn, Mrs R. D. Glrnollg Williams, Wauaderweu, Mr Jennings and rJt Wood, Castlo street; magazines, Mrs deWintoD* Tyu-y-cae and M?s Senior; "Breorn Countf Tiraefi,"and "Brecon and Radnor Express." j ANGLIG,- Very little succe'ssful fisbing wllSj done during the week-end, but Mr J. D. & Evans, FfrwdureeL,, huded a fine silrnoO weighing 161bs. A few odd pounds of troot only were basketed. FOOT BALL.-LI.),tifaes Brigade played Cefn in a friendly encounter on Easter Monday, the game resultiog in a win for the Biigade by 4 goals to 2. The goals for the winners were scored by Llewelyn (3) and A. Webb. THE WHEAT STREET CINEMA.-For the last three nights of the present week, the manage- ment is showing a magnificent film, la the Grip of the Eagle's C!aw," and other pictures, including Who Will Marry Mary ?" the u Tenderfoot Sheriff," etc. The Four Pic' turcques" are giving a splendid exhibition of dancing. Next week The MilIionairess" vvill be shown, ccmniauciug on Monday. This is on0 of the most interesting and dramatic of the filrao. issued, and is beautifully staged. The variety turns will be found on day bills, and altogether the programme for the coming week is e' ceptionally attractive. Tbe popularity of thJs place of amusement is beyond question, sbown by the large crowds that have this week assembled there, in spiie of other eatertail" meats and excursions. j Capt. Andrew G, Board, South Wales Bor' derers, attached to the Royal Flying Corps, h;¡9 been promoted from a flying officer to be flight commander. EASTER SERviczs. -The Easter Sunday service at all the churches in the borough were ve largely attended. At St. Mary's Church the o'clock celebration of Holy Communion was t&ke £ by the Rev H. J. Ctiurcli Jooes. while at 7 o*cl0 the Rev Edgar Davies, who was assisted by &e Rev E. H. Chambers, was the celebrant. At t>f 5 o'clock (choral) service the Rev Church Joflf I was assisted by the Rev Edgar Davies, and at I 11 o'clock service the Rev Aneurin Davies, 1 assisted by the Rev R. H. Chambers. The effort' /I under the coaductors'nip of Mr W. H. Web^ i rendered an Easter anthem. At tJje evening service Archdeacon Bevan preached, and the Ktf* Aneurin Davies assisted. The church had beea nicely decorated by the followingMrs T. Thomas and Miss Isabel Thomas (font), Miss0- Williams, 52, High street (pulpit), Mrs Hills Orto, (reading desks), Miss Jane Downes (sanctuary)*, and Mrs Cattell assisted by a number of otbe^ ladies (the windows).—At the Priory Chur^ Archdeacon Bevan, assisted by the Rev Aneur^ Davies took the 7 o'clock celebration, while 8 o'clock (choral) the Rev Aneurin Davies vvii- assisted by Archdeacon Bevan. At the 11 o'clock service the R
ABERCRAYE. ILLNESS OF ALD. M. W. MORGAN. — '1';r many frieflds of Ald. M. W. Morgan, J.P., t Bryntawe, Abercrave, will regret to learn t be is still indisposed and unable to attend to public duties in which he takes such a keeo. interest.
ST DAVIDS VESTRY
ST. DAVID'S VESTRY. A report of St. David's (Brecon) Easter vest1 is unavoidably held over. Printed and Published by THE BRKCON Cocoll, TIMES LIMITED at the Hulwurlr and Lion 3tree Brecon, in the County of Breckucck, THURSDAY, APRIL 16tb, 1914, and registered at the General Post Office ¡is newspaper. ji