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'ANGLO' 1 Gold Medal ALES & STOUTS BREWERY: SHEPTON MALLET, SOMERSET. AGENTS Brecon MEREDITH A Co., 32, High Street. gBuilth Wells: W. PRICE & Co., The Stores. I
Telegrams: Trans, Brecon. Telephone p.o.Hf THE Brecon Countp Cimes LIMITED. PRINTING &.PUBLISHING OFFICES, THE BULWARK AND LION STREET, BRECON. All Business Communications should be addressed to The COUNTY TIMES LTD., BRECON. M.SS. intended for publication as News and letters dealing with purely news questions should be addressed to the Editor. Cheques, etc., should be made payable to the Brecon County Times Ltd. Charges for Advertisements. NEW PREPAID SCALE. PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS relating to SITUATIONS VACANT AND WANTED, APARTMENTS, BOARD AND LODGING, To LET, FOB SALB, LOST AND FOUND, AC., &c., will be inserted in the "Brecon County Times" at the following rates :— One Three No. of Words. Insertion. Insertions. 15 or Less 9d 1/6 16 to 20 1 /• 2/- 21 „ 25 1/3 2/6 26 „ 30 1/6 3/- 31 „ 35 1/9 3/6 36 „ 40 2/- 4/- Additional words at the rate of 3d for every five (or portion of five) for one insertion and 6d for three insertions. Advertisements will be charged at DOUBLE the Above Rates if booked. TRADE ANNOUNCEMENTS 2/- per inch, single column special quotations for series and positions. Our expert knowledge of Effective Advertising is freely at the disposal of the public. We shall be glad to send a representative to consult Merchants, Shopkeepers, Tradesmen, and others concerned in Busireas Advertising. PUBLIC NOTICES, MEETINGS, CON- CERTS, &c. 2/6 per inch single column. J SALES BY AUCTION :-Property: 3/- per in cb tingle column Stock, Furniture, &c., 2/6 per iuch. PARLIAMENTARY NOTICES AND PROSPECTUSES 1/- per line. BIBTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS, ACKNOWLEDG- MENTS, AND IN MEMOBIAM NOTICES: 6d. per line, Vignimain charge 1)6. Replies to Advertisements- of the "Wanted" Class are received at the "County Times" Offices free of charge, to await the call of the Advertiser; if it is desired to have them forwarded, an extra sum of 3d must accompany the advertisement. In all cases where advertisers use box numbers or initials, o/o "County Times" Offices, written replies must be sent; personal enquiries cannot be entertained. Persons answering advertisements of situations vaoant are advised to send copies of testimonials only, intimating tha the originals will be produced if required. It is important to write plainly. Every precaution is taken to ensure accuracy in the printing of Advertisements, but we cannot accept any responsibility for errors. THE BRECON COUNTY TIMES will be sent to any part of the United Kingdom at the following rates prepaid :— 52 weeks 6/6 26 3/3 13 „ 1/8 And abroad at the Usual Rates. Advertisements for the "Western Mail" and the "Evening Express" are received at this office, and orders taken for the "Evening Express" and 'Western Mail" as well as "Western Mail" publications.
Births, Marriages, Deaths ACKNOWLEDGMENT. Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Thomas, Llwynneuadd, Cray, and family, desire to thank their numerous friends for their many kindnesses towards their late dear daughter Jennet, and also to tender their sincere gratitude to all who sympathised and sent letters of condolence, floral tributes, wreaths, &c., in their recent sad bereavement.
For Sale and Wantedo GREYHOUND FOR SALE—Sire, "Glacier," dam "Troutbeck" property of an officer. A good home more important than price.—Apply at once, Rectory, Llanhamlach, Brecon. SHORTHORN CALVES for roaring, from S record Cheshire milkers, by pedigree balls § notation to any Station; no fancy prices.— 'rank Dobie, Littleton, Chester. WANTED, MEADOW SAFFRON ROOTS, 4d. per lb. given for clean corros free from stalk and fibrous roots; carriage will be paid and P.O .sent in payment if sent by rail.-Davies <& Son, Chemists, Hay. WANTED, EGGS, POULTRY, AND FARM PRODUCE; regular weekly supplies; prompt cash.—Jenkins, Poultry Dealer, Ellesmere Lost and Founrl LOST, a Fat LAMB, between Brecon Cattle Market and Goods Station; soisaor mark on rump and red dot on head and tail.—D. & W. J. Price, Auctioneers, etc. Situations Vacant and Wanted. COMPETENT SHORTHAND TYPIST WANTED. Write, stating age, experience and salary required, District Valuer, Inland Revenue, The Elms, Brecon. WANTED, strong active m§m as CARTER (over military age), accustomed to horses and well acquainted with the neighbourhood.— Apply Meredith A Sons, Stores, Brecon. WANTED, SAWYER. Accustomed to circnlar saw. Regular employment ,to suitable man.—Apply Foreman John Davies, B. & M. Rly., Brecon. WANTED good GENERAL, 18-25 reference.—Miss Thomas, Park House, Builth. WANTED strong GIRL for kitchen work; willing to learn good oooking easy place. —Box X., "County Times," Brecon. WANTED middle-aged COOK-HOUSE- KEEPER very comfortable home; lady's house.-Box Y., "County Times," Brecon. WANTED immediately, strong BOY or ineligible MAN for farm work good home.—D. J. Jenkins, Gigman Farm, Cowbridge. WANTED a GARDENER for single-handed place in Breconshire wages 25s a week and cottage must be ineligible for army.—Apply Gilbertson, Bagborough, Taunton. WANTED good BOOT-MAKER and REPAIRER, must be able to make new boots.—Apply, stating wages, references, to Box C. 0., "County Times," Brecon. WANTED. — Capable GENERAL; near Derby; 29th July plain cooking, two in family; good references. Carne-Williams, Wannypwll, Ctierleon, Mon. WANTED, a STRONG BOY, about 16, for gardens. — Apply, Btating wages and reference, to J. Oliver, The Gardens, Dinas, Brecon. ANTED, STEWARD and STEWARD- w ESS for Constitutional Club, Hay; live on premises; man part time.— Reece Morris, I Secretary, Hay. WANTED, LAD about 17, milk and look after horses; live in; 8s. week. Also GIRL to deliver milk and help milk and keep can a and dairy olean .-New Mille Dairy, Ledbury. To Let and Wanted. HOUSE WANTED in or near Brecon, rent between £ 20 and £ 26 per annum.—Apply, Schoolmaster, County Times," Brecon. SHOOTING WANTED.—Within easy reach s of Brecon; about 2,000 acres good rough shooting for ooming seasbn.—Full particulars to Box 476, County Times," Brecon. O LET.—HOUSE AND SHOP, No. 3, Castle Street, Brecon'; low rent.—Apply to J. A. Thomas, Castle Street, Brecon. TO LET, TWO ROOMS; bath h. and c.— Apply Box K, office of this paper. T~ OLET(or SELL) from 29th Sept., 1916 the farm of ELAENGLYN, in the parish of Glyn Tarrel, Libanns, about six miles from Brecon extent- about 240 acres enclosed land, 22 of which are useful meadow land, with extensive and convenient sheep walk on the Great Forest of Brecon adjoining carries a sheep stock of about 1,500 sheep, also cattle and ponies.—Apply to W. S. Miller, Forest Lodge. Brecon. OLET, about3,000 ACRES OF SHOOTING near Brecon. — Apply P. P. Williams, Greenfield, Brecon. TO LET, with immediate pssession, Tramway Cottage, Llanhamlach, 8 rooms, good water supply. For particulars and to view, apply, Mr James Cheyne, Glanserth, Builth Wells. ANOTHER WAY TO DOCYOUR BIT. To help you, the Consumer, who must be FED, and to help the MEN AT THE FRONT, who must have their SUP- PLIES. the Government hnve taken a greater control of Shipping, and put serious Restrictions on the importation of Paper-making material. This action of theirs has compelled .Newspaper Pro- prietors to adopt every possible means to economise in the consumption of paper. You can help the Govern- ment, help us, help our agents, and help yourself, by placing I an order with your Newsagent, j or direct with us at the Bulwark, Brecon, for the regular supply of the u Brecon I County Tunes." Sales by Auction. By Messrs David A W. J. Price, (formerly David Price and Williams). MR. DAVID Piucz.) [MB. W. J. Plucic Tuesday, Aug. 8th.-Sennybridge Auction Mart. Monday, August 14th (Trecastle Fair Day)-Sale of Antique Household Furniture, &c., at the Bush House, Trecastle. Tuesday, Aug. 15th.—Brecon Cattle Market, Sale of Fat Stook, Lambs, &c. Friday, August 18th-Sale of Freehold House at the Wellington Hotel, Breool1.. Monday, August 21st.—Talybont Auction Mart, Sale of Fat Stock, Lambs, etc. Tuesday, Aug. 22nd.-Sennybridge Auction Mart. Tuesday, August 29th.- Sennybridge Auction Mart. Tuesday, Sept. 5th.-Brecon Cattle Market Sale of Rams, Breeding Ewes and Fat Stock. Sennybridge Auction Mart. TUESDAY, AUGUST 8th, 1916, at 10 a.m. Sale of FAT STOCK, LAMBS, &c., &a. David and W. J. Price, Auctioneers, &o. Preliminary. BOROUGH OF BRECON. Sale of Valuable Freehold House, known as "DEVON HOUSE," Bowen Terrace, at the Wellington Hotel, Brecon, on FRIDAY, 18th AUG., 1916, at 2 30 p.m. Further particulars will appear next week. Auctioneers: Messrs David and W. J. Price, Brecon. Solicitors: Messrs Jeffreys and Powell, Brecon. TALYBONT MART. The Opening Sale of the Mart of PAT STOCK, LAMBS, &c., will be held on MONDAY, AUGUST 21st, 1916, at 10-30 a.m. as decided at the Public Meeting held at Talybont, on the 29th alt. Farmers are requested to please send in their entries to the Auctioneers as soon as possible. DAVID & W. J. PRICE, Auctioneers, &o., Breoon. By Imri Miller ct Powll (F.A.I.) -+- August —Sale of Freehold Farms at Hay. Sept. 5th.—Sale of Rams, Breeding Ewea and Fat Stock at the Cattle Market, Brecon. Sept. 18th.—Forest Lodge Annual Sale of Surplus Stock at Sennybridge. Sept. 19th.—Sale of Rams, Breeding Ewes, Ac., at the Cattle Market, Brecon. Sept. 20th.-Dispersel Sale of Stock, Implements, Ac., at Tylecrwn, Velinfaoh. Sept 21st.-Annual Sale of Surplus Stock at Nantyrharn, Cray. Sept. 22.—Dispersal Sale at Penpont, Cwmtaff. Sept. 26.-Annual Surplus Stock Sale at Llwyn- cyntefin Park, Sennybridge Sept. 27th.—Dispersal Sale of Fat Stock, Imple- ments, &o., Dderwendoppa, Talachddu. Sept. 30th.—Dispersal Sale of Stock, Implements, Ac., at The Close Farm, Llanwern. Miscellaneous. ADVICE Free for Stamp.—Mrs L. Stewart's Famous Female Remedy Never Fails.-— Address, 9, Guinea Street, Bristol. IMPORTANT BOON TO LADIES.—No Pills JL or Drugs used in this treatment, my never- failing remedy. I guarantee to cure all female ailments, and invite those cases that have failed elsewhere; stamp, free advice. ROSS & Co., No. 8, Mitre street, Cheltenham. I MEMORIAL CARDS FOR SOLDIERS AND SAILORS.—We have had compiled, for the special purpose of cheap postal conveyance, a book of new samples of memorial cards, at low prices. Many of these have been specially designed for soldiers and sailors, and we shall be pleased to send the book on application. IMPORTANT TO MOTHERS Every Jt. 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, 4id. and 9d., postage, Id. Geo. W. Harrison, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agents-for Brecon F. L. Stanton, Chemist; Hay J. L. Davies and Son, Chemists, 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. RATS, MICE, MOLES, COCKROACHES, and BEETLES greedily eat Harrison's 'Reliable" Rat Poieon. Cats and Dogs will not touch it. Vermin dry tip and leave no smell. Price 61., 18., 2a. 3d., and 3s. 9d. Wholesale Market, Boifcon. Postage 2d.—G W Harrison, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agents for Brecon F. L. Stanton, Chemist; Hay: J L Davies & Sons, Chemists, 7, High Town; Bailth Welle: J Ward, Chemist, 8, High Street; Talgarth; David Evans, Grocer, Liverpool Stores; Llan. dovery T Roberts, The Crown Stores; Knighton: G M Perkins, Chemist Crick- boviell W H Kirkland, Chemist. WALL 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 I Showroom of Sample Panels for wall decorations. A New Specie Line in Picture framed and unframed, now on view, as chebp as can be bought I anywhere, consistent with quality. Sales by Auction. By Mr. T. J. Phillips. Aug. 7th.-Talybont Auction Mart, Sale of Fat Lambs, etc. Aug. 15th.—Cattle Market, Brecon, Sale of Fat Lambs, etc. Thursday, Sept. 28th.-Live and Dead Farming Stock, Household Furniture, etc., Aberhoywe Farm, Llangynidr. Tuesday, Oct. 3rd.-Second Annual Pony Show and Sale, Brecon. TALYBONT-ON-USK AUOTION MART. To Farmers, Butchers, Dealers and Othersl MR. T. J. PHILLIPS will hold the first FORTNIGHTLY AUCTION MART for 1st and Store Cattle, Fat Lambs, Pigs, Calves, lie at TALYBONT-ON-USK, in a field opposite the "Star," kindly lent by S. Williams, Esq., on MONDAY, AUGUST 7th, commencing at 11 orilook. Entries are respectfully solicited. The Sale has been well advertir 1 and a good attendance of b-t6h:fE i;:> exp^ctt he Auctioneer begs to draw the attention of Fibers, Butchers, and Dealers to the excellent f ^hties at Talybont Station for loading Stock, aid to the very convenient Service of Trains to South Wales, ensuring Stock arriving at destination early on day of despatch. Soethrog, Brecon. BRECONSHIRE. PARISH OF TALGARTH. TREfiUNTER PARK ESTATE FOR SALE. MR. T. J. PHILLIPS has received in- structions from C. E. Gordon, Esq., to Sell by Public Auction, on FRIDAY, the 29th day of SEPTEMBER, 1916, at the WELLINGTON HOTEL, BRECON, at 2-?0 p.m., the above attractive Freehold Residen- tial Sporting and Agricultural Property, compris- ing the Superb Mansion of TREGUNTER, aoi 988 Acres or thereabouts of Park Lands, F&ims, and Woodlands, divided as under :— Tregunter Park and Woods and Gardens, 2 Lodges A Gardener's A. R. P. Cottage. 169 0 0 Tregunter Farm v 278 0 0 Drain Farm 253 0 0 Tredustan Hall 168 0 0 I Upper House, Tredomen 55 0 0 (To be sold in Lots). New House, Bronllys 33 0 0 penrhos 28 0 0 Acres 988 0 0 ) The Estate is beautifully situated within seven miles of the Town of Brecon and one and n-half miles of Talgarth Station on the Midland and Cumbrian Railways. The Dylais and Llynfi Brooks on the Property afford splendid Trout Fishing, The Shooting is good. A large head of wild duck can be reared Particulars and Conditions of Sale (when ready) may be obtained of the Auctioneer, Scethrog, Breoot, or Messrs. Jeffreys and Powell, Solicitors, Brecon. By Mr F. G. Price. S'pt. 1—Sale of Ewes, Rams, etc., at Talgarth. Stpt. 12—Live and Dead Farming Stock, at Yew Tree Farm, Clifford. Sept. 15—Annual Ewe and Lamb Sale at Pen- genffordd. Ekpt. 19-Live and Dead Farming Stock, Lower Gogia, Llowes. Sept. 29-Live and Dead Farming Stock, Blaina Draw, Cwmdu. Stlpt.-Live and Dead Farming Stock, The Lane Farm, Bryngwyn. Seut.—Live and Dead Farming Stock, Cefn Farm, iSfichaelohuroh. Oct. 13th—Annual Foal Show and Sale, Talgarth Fair. LLANGAMMARCH WELLS. TO BE -LET. TYNCOED and TROED-Y-RHIW FARMS, together about 300 acres with mountain runs for sheep and ponies. Contracts for dairy runs for sheep and ponies. Contracts for dairy produce, etc., with Lake Hotel.—For further terms and particulars apply to Mr Mark Jeans, Estate A.gent, Marlborough, Wilts. Wedding Cards. Call and see the beautiful Designs In Endless Variety at (fre COUNTY TIMES OFFICE, BRECON. FORD The Universal Car. The Ford van comes at a time when the carrying trades, horse shorn, railway ridden and sucked dry of men, are in urgent need of just such a vehicle in order to 44 carry on." There is but one Ford van body, in sheet-steel, neat, capacious, waterproof, of utility all compact." I I 20 H.P. Efficiently equipped-Steel panelled body with double doors at rear. Extreme height floor to roof 52 in., extreme width 51 in., length behind driver 50 in., width of v well 35 in. Price (at Works, Manchester) ,6130. For fuller particulars and demonstration apply to:- v I. RICH & SONS, MOTOR ENGINEERS, BRECON. I Telephone 23. Telegrams Rich, Brecon. I < COUPON INSURANCE TICKET Applicable only within the United Kingdom. GENERAL ACCIDENT FIRE AND LIFE ASSURANCE CORPORATION, LIMITED. CHIEF OFFICES- General Buildings, Perth, Scotland. General Buildings, Aldwych, London, W.C. F. NORIE-MILLER, J.P., General Manager, To whom Notice of Claims under the following conditions must be sent within seven days of accident. A4AA ONE HLNDRED POUNDS will be paid by the above Corporation I to the legal personal representatives of any person who is killed by an accident causing material damage to the passenger train in which the deceased was travelling as a ticket bearing or paying passenger, or who shall have been fatally injured thereby, should death result within one oaiendar month after such accident. Provided that the person so killed or injured had upon his or her person or had left at home this coupon, with his or her usual signature, written prior to the accident, in the space provided below, whioh, together with the giving of notice within seven days to the above Corporation is the essence of this contract. This Insurance only applies to persons over 14 and under 65 years of age, is subject to the oonditions stated above and contained in the General- Accident Fire and Life Assurance Corporation Act, 1907, and holds good for ourrent ssue only. No person can recover