Collection Title: Brecon county times, Neath gazette and general advertiser
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THE BRECON POSTING and LIVERY STABLES LION STREET. Brakes, WagonetteB, Landaus, and Vehicles of every description. Smart Wedding Equipages. Modern Hearses and Mourning Coaches. We have given our customers complete action for nearly 50 years and respectfully IOliit your patronage. N D. J. MEDCALFE, Proprietor. Ii:
ANGLO-BAVARIAN Gold Modal — ALES & STOUTS Brewery Shepton Mallet, Somettesto Agents jr- Brecon: Meredith & Co., 32, High Street. Builth Wells W. Price ft Co., The Stores.
tolegrams TruEs, Brecon. Telephone P.O.12. THE Brecon Countp Citnes LIMITED. PRINTING & PUBLISHING OFFICES, TBE BULWARK AND LION STREET, BRECON. BUSINESS NOTICES. All Advertisements and General Business ^•OQimunicaticns mast be addressed to THE COUNTY TIMES LIMITED, BRECON. Eiterary communications should be addressed the Editor. Advertisements for insertion in the Western tatail" and the "Evening Express" are received S1 this office, and orders taken for the Evening ¡press" and "Western Mail" as well as all Western Mail" pub lications. n Replies to advertisaments are received at the COUNTY TIMES offices free of charge and promptly '°fWarded t.o advertisers. 8 Cheques, etc., should be made payable to THE CON COUNTY TIMES. LIMITED. GUABGES FOB ADVEBTISEMENTS. finmll prepaid advertisements are I ■■V inserted in the Brecon County jj^K Timet at the following rates y0. of One Two Three Words. insert inerts. tnterts t. d s, d, <> d. 12 or less 6 8 10 13 to 18 9 I? J? 19 „ 24 10 14 18 26 „ 80 1 8 18 2 1 31 „ 86 16 8 0 2 6 87 42 1 9 24 2 11 ^3 „ 48 2 0 2 8 8 4 Extra words at the rate of 3d, for every six or portion thereof I for first i\lsertion, and one-third E;, extra for ach subsequent in. f sertion. Double charges if booked. Trafls Announcements: 1/6 per inch. Special quota. tions for series. Meetings, Concerts, &c.: as. 6c1 per inch. ,=nch. 8/-per inoh, Block, Furniture, &a.: 8/8 per inch. Pablic Notices, &c.: 2/6 per men. Parliamentary Notices and Pros. pectuses: Is. per line,
Births9 Marriages, Deaths, 1 Motives inserted in this column are charged at the following rates Not exceeding four lines, 2/ Sixpence pEr line for every line over. MARRIAGES. GIBBON—FORESTER.—April 14th, at Sketty Parish I Church, by the Rev. and Hon. Talbot Rice, Y,O, » vicar of Swansea, assisted by the Rev. Akrill ■S Jones, vioar of tho parish, the Rev. H. H. B Gibbon, vicar of Glasbory, to Amelia S. K. Forester, daughter of W. H. Forester, late of BJL 8ketty Park. —HEABN.—On April 17th at St. Leonard's jShorch, JLxefcer, by the Bev Philip Morgan, ? "wncle of the bridegroom, assisted by the Rev u T. Sheldon, leotor of the parish, Alfred Morgan Harris, only child of the late Rev H. Harris and Mrs Harris, Aberilech, Brecon, to Sarah Rahel, elder daughter of Mr and Mrs John Hearn, Aweland, Exeter.
Situations Vacant and Wanted. T\AY GIRL WANTED for general house JLI work; age 15-17.—Apply A., "County ^tnes," Brecon. WANTED, MAN to drive out and general work; state wages (out doors) all partic- first letter.—Edwards, Grocer and Corn &ntIUsk. ANTED, YARDMAN, for Castle of Brecon .*¥ Hotel; must be able to drive.—Apply by ^r to Manager, Castle Hotel, Brecon. \\TANTED a general FARM WORKMAN Jf cottage and garden found.—Bicketts, lebarried. ANTED, respectable Girl as GENERAL.— tjj Apply Mrs Alway, Brynglas, Cemetery !^d, Brecon. ANTED, APPRENTICES to the MIL- Vjl7 ANTED, APPRENTICES to the MIL ij ▼ LINERY.—Apply, D. Peregrine, 16 and ^High Street. ANTED COOK-GENERAL, about 25 washing; bank office to clean two in JJ^ily housemaid, kept wageB £ 18 comfort- situation.—Snead Williams, National i^gvincial Bank, Builth Wells. \jtTANTED, NURSEMAID, for two ohildrei »5 f aged 4 and 2 years—Apply Mrs Peregrine, High Street, Brecon. For Sale and Wanted, HICKS—Silver Campines, White Wyandottes J* and Leghorns, 7s. dozen Cross-breds 5a.; 3s. 6d. and 3s. dozen. Inspection invited.— ^•tibear, Llanvillo, Talgarth. OR SALE, SOW with a Litter of 8 Piga.- Be van, Now House, Erwood. OR SALE, about Five Loads of MANURE. Apply, Bridgewater, George Hotel, Brecon. POP,, SALE, Old Established POSTING and >5- LIVERY STABLE BUSINESS, centre town; commodious premises, yard aud conveniences for good business wide cou- same family over 60 years exceptional opportunity practical man.—Apply, Medcalfe, -i^*j>treet, Brecon. T?OR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY, 7 jj- FREEHOLD COTTAGES in Llanfaes, I recot, in good repair, producing an annual rental of £ 54 per annum. Two-thirds of ^jotiey couifl remain on mortgage at fonr per —Apply John Morgan, 1, Wellington Place, aAY FOR SALE—well Harvested, £ 3 15a ton. Not delivered.—James, Brynawel, t^con. HIGH-CLASS PIANOFORTE (new) FOR SALE iron frame; check action; ^^fanteed. Carriage free, £ 16 cash.—Call and Heins & Co's, Brecon. OR SALE—18 months old DOG, most 4 usefnl, will work shoep, cattle and horses.— Wy Mr janiee P.ryce, Aberedw Court, Builth ell$ J^OTATOE BUYERS.—About Two Tons of "Ware Potatoes and Quantity of Seed SALE.—Apply, Bailiff, Home Farm, Bwlch. I-IORN CALVEki for rearing, from Record Cheshire milkerB, by pedigree bulls; fr^ion to any Station no fancy prices.— ^5!i^obie, Littleton, Chester. ANTED, KEEP for 20 yearling heifers Tv.™ and 4 cart colts.—Prosser, Trevithel, e Cocks. ANTED TWO TONS OF MANGOLDS 1 -Ef. Thomas, Glasbury-on-Wye. k I 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. FIELDS TO LET, near Brecon.—Apply, & Powell, Brewery, Brecon. f^ALGARTH. — Small modern House, with .1- Garden, at South View, to Let from May or later on moderate rent.—Mrs Joseph Mills, Talgarth. 0~LET, a FULLY-LICENSED INN, with Yard and extensive stabling, at Brecon; I ingoiug about £100. Also a small Inn at Hay.— For full particulars, apply Arnold, Perrett and Co., Ltd., Brewers, Hereford. O BE LET, THE RECTOKY, SCETHROG, 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 ojf 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 nnd sanitary arrangements on most modern prin- ciples.-Apply, W. Morgap, Builder, Brecon. TO LET, Furnished, tbe beautiful country Residence known as •' THE PINES," 1 £ miles from LlandriDdod Wells, containing 6 Bed- rooms, Dre3sing 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. Lost and Found. e LOST—Lady's Black Velour HAT, blue band; f J on road between Builth and Brecon on April 9th. Finder rewarded.—Apply Box 3, "County Times," Brecon. STRAYED to Forge Villa. Brecon, April 14th, 1914, Three young Black-faced TUPS. Owner can have same by paying expenses.— Williams, Forge Villa. STRAYED to Llanveigan Rectory Glebe land t S in September, 1913, an aged EWE, marked with the figure 11 on the crup. If not claimed within eleven days from the date of this paper, she will be sold to defray expense of keep and advertisement. 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 famous Female Remedy never fails.— Address, 9, Guinea Street, Bristol. BUYING A PIANOFORTE.—When you require a Piano or Organ goto Heins & 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 Entertainment Promoters will do well to Inspeot Specimens of PoBtere, &c., and inquire Prices at the Breoou County Tinaea Office. -o. HEINS & Co., Ltd., are tbe Sole Agents for all the best class PLAYER PIANOS; greatest discount for cash, or on their celebrated three years' system of purchase.-Tleins V Co., Breoon. IMPORTANT TO MOTHERS. — iLvery I mother who 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, 4ld and 9d, I postage, Id. Geo. W. Harrison, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agents for Brecon: F. L. Stanton, Chemist; Hay: J. L. Davies 6 Son, Chemist, 7, High Town Builth Wells: J. Ward, Chemist, 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. IffTALL PAPER & PICTURE DEPART- YV 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 bhowroom of Sample Panels for wall decorations. A New Special Line in Pictures, framed and unframed, now on view, Ps cheap aa can be bought anywhere, consistent with quality. — EATS, MICE, MOLES COCKROACHES, a ml BEETLES greedily eat Harrison's "Rv liamt)1* Rat Poison. Cats and Dogs will not I t,ot.cli it. Vermin dry np tind leave no smell. Prices Gd., Is., 2s. 3d., and 8. 9d. Wholesale Market, Bolton. Postage 2d.—G- W Harnson, Chemist, Beading. Sold by Chemists. A«ents — for Brecon: F. L. Stanton, ObfniiBt; Hay: J L Davies & Sons, Clic-r,-iists, 7. High Town; Builth Wells J Ward, Chemist, 8, Hi»h Street; Talgarth; David Evans, Grceer, Liverpool Stores; Llan- dovety: T Roberta, The Crown Stores; Knighton: G M P»Srkiii, Chemist Crick. howl1: W H Kirkland, Chemist. Lion Cycles S5 5 Cash. I, 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 the finest Catalogue ever printed (with coloured illustrations showing exact mmehinest.-GEORGE BEATSON, LION CYCLE WORKS, 84, MOSELEY- STREET, BIRMINGHAM. Payments if de- eired 15a. with order and 10s. per month. Sales by Auction. By- Messrs D. Price (F.A.I.) A, Williams. Aprl 25th-Plas Grass Sale. 27th-Billis Stock and Grass Sale. 28th-Wenallt Stock and Grass Sale. 29th—Llwynllwyd Stock and Grass Sale. „ 30th—Llwynmercbed Furniture Sale. May 1st—Tygwyn, Gluacwm, Grass Sale. May 15th—Important Sale of Jersey, Cattle Hotel, Brecon. May 28tb-In-lportant Sale of Freehold Farms, Crown Hotel, Hay. 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. I Conditions at time of Eale. 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 Breoon. MONDAY, APRIL 27th, 1914. MESSRS. DAVID PRICE (F.A.I.) and WILLIAMS have received instructions from Mrs Price to Let and Sell by Public Auction, about 108 Acres of Meadow' and Pasture Land and Stock. SHEEP.-25 black-faced ewes (two years old) and lambs, 24 cross Welsh ewes and lambs, Shropshire ram. CATTLE.-2 Hereford cows and calves, 2 Hereford heifers in calf, Hereford heifar two- year-old (barren), 2 cross-bred two-year-old heifers, yearling heifer, Jersey heifer in full profit and in calf. SOW IN FARROW. TRAP. The Land will be Let from the day of sale to March 25th, 1915. Lunch at 12. Sale to commence at 1-30. Five months' credit on sums above 110, or the usual discount for cash. WENALLT FAWR FARM, TALYBONT-ON-USK. TUESDAY, APRIL 28th, 1914. MESSRS. DAVID PRICE (F.A.I.) and WILLIAMS have received instructions from Mr William Thomas, to Sell by Public Auction, 40 Cross Radnor & Welsh Ewes & Lambs, 1 COW IN CALF and in full profit, 1 YEAR- LING HEIFER, 1 GRAND COLLIER GELDING, rising six, good worker, quiet in all gears; and also the LETTING of about 60 ACRES of PASTURE LAND, to be let in suit- able lots. Water in every field. Stock will be well oared for. Subject to conditions of sale. Six months' credit on all sums above 15, or discount at the rate of five per cent. per annum. Luncheon at 1 o'clock. Sale to commence at 2 o'clock. LLWYNLLWYD FARM, MERTHYR CYNOG. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29th, 1914. MESSRS. DAVID PRICE (F.AJ.) and WILLIAMS have received instructions from Mr Morgan Walters to Sell by Public Auction, 110 Cross Radnor A Welsh Ewes & Lambs, 2 AGED CART MARES, 1 ENTIRE COB, "Berwyn Fly" also to LET 100 ACRES of excellent MEADOW & PASTURE LAND. The Land will be Let in suitable lots. Subject to conditions of sale. Stock will be well cared for. Five months' credit on all sams above JElO or discount at the rate of five per cent. per annum. Luncheon at 1 o'clock. Sale to commence at 2 o'clock. Dress & Costume Making THOMAS & ADCOCK'S DRESSMAKING DEPARTMENT is under New and Efficient Management. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO CUT, FIT AND FINISH. A TRIAL ORDER RESPECTFULLY f SOLICITED. I Thomas and Adcock, —— BRECON. —— Latest Novelties. BLOUSES. FANCY GOODS Ladies Tailor-made COSTUMES. GENT'S TAILORING." J. CYNOG JONES respectfully rolicits a visit of inspe- .ion. HIGH STREET, BRECON. LEGAL ACCOUNTANCY PRINTING accurately done et tbe "County Times" I Office, Bulwark, Brecon. Sales by A action. By Messrs Price A Williams. LLWYNMERCHKD FARM, ABERBRAN, Five minutes walk from Aberbran Station N. & B. RaiVay. Important Sale of Household Furniture Implements, HARNESS, DAIRY UTENSILS, LIVE STOCK, FOUL'T IRY, &a. MESSRS. DAVID PKKIE (F.A.I.) AND WILLIAMS have received instructions from the executors or the 1a, Mrs Lewis, to Sell by Public Auction, on THURSDAY, APEID oOtb, 1914, as follows FURNITURE.-Diuing ,