Collection Title: Brecon & Radnor express Carmarthen and Swansea Valley gazette and Brynmawr district advertiser
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TTTE have to record the rapid disappearance of a num- ber of Children's Coughs. We are given to understand that the cause of their vanishing was a certain Brown Cough Mixture prepared specially for children and sold in 9d. and 1 /6 bottles by FRANK L. STANTON, Chemist, Brecon.
you can't have chapped or rough red hands if you use STANTON'S CRJSMOL SKIN TABLET And your complexion can defy the most searching winds if you use the CREMOL SKIN LOTION. Tablets 6d., Lotion 6d., 10d., 1/6 from- FRANK L. STANTON, Chemist, Brecon.
PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. PREPAID SCALE. The following ScaJe of Charges secures the insertion of the follotwing classes of Ad- vertisements in both "The Brecon and Radnor Express, and The Radnor Express," APARTMENTS, SITUATIONS VACANT OR WANTED, TO BE LET OR SOLD, LOST AND FOUND, AND MISCELLANEOUS —— WANTS. —— Three Six Words. Once. Times. Times. 14 words 0 9 1 9 2 6 22 wxxrds 1 0 2 0 3 0 80 words 1 4 2 8 4 0 Each extra 8 words. 0 4 0 8 1 0 In oases where replies are to be sent to the "Express" Office and forwarded by us, 3d. extra to above prices must be sent. In all cases These Charges are for Cash with Order. If not pre-paid, they will be charged sixpence pea- line per insertion. Replies to advertisements with box num- ??s only must all be written and either ￼ or dropped into the letter box at the ￼ Bulwark, Brecon. ? "Brecon and Radnor Express," or the "Radnor Express," will be sent post free to amy address in the United Kingdom at the following rates — a. d. 13 weeks 1 8 26 weeks 3 4 52 weeks 6 8 PREPAID. Situations Vacant and Wanted. A GOOD General wanted beginning of February. references required.—Apply to 62 Stanwell 'cad, Penarth, Glamorganshire. 438p BLACKSMITH wanted, steady man, good shoer, country wcrk.—Evans, Cregrina, Builth. 29 BrILTIl & KNIGHTON. Capable Laundry a. Agents wanted in above towns. Good terms aild prospects to suitable applicants.—Address, Llan- ndod Wells Steam Laundry Co., Ltd. 45 ERRAD BOY wanted.—Apply, India & China "H Tei (ompany. Brecon. 440p GENP.Ú Workman wanted 25th March, small PIfamily, take entire charge sheep, cattle. "?se and garden free Gocd wages to reliable ￼ otkes, Llanbister Road 426p GOOD General, previous experience in Ccokery and all-round house work.—Apply, references, fee, and experience, Jones, Central Restaurant, Llewellyn Street, Pentre, Rhondda. 393p W ANTED, immediately, respectable Girl for Farmhouse, able to milk; age about 20.- V'PPIY with reference, Mrs. Powell, Tyllehaulog, od, Breconshire. 39 IW ANTED, an Apprentice to Grocery a?d a* Provision trade—Apply D. Owen, Castle ￼ ?Brfcou. 399p WANTED, at once, Young Girl, 15 or 16, as O:V Betw£en-maid.-Mrs Cecil Phillips, Pilleth '??Knighto? 43 WANTED, a good Strong Lad on a Farm, 18 to 'Iff V 20 years of age, live in good home and p ?M to a suitable one.-Apply, Wm. Clement, ?caoawr, Gerseinon, near Swansea. 465p WANTED, General, country girl preferred good referances, do plain cooking, washing- e in family. State wages. Ward, 6, Herbert Terrace, Ponarth, Glam. 404 ANTED at once a few extra Motor Fitters, c only men with Daimler, Wolseley or other c/J class experience need apply. James Fryer ^fritej, Hereford. 53 UTANTED, experienced General, at once, re- j ferences, age, &c., to C/. Express," Ferll 13uilth 58 WANTED Cook-General, not under 25. Two u in family, housemaid kept.—Apply, Mrs. ^•dith, Walford Cottage, Bracon. 412p WANTED, Housemaid, well up in Farm Work, age 30 to 40, two in family, state salary.— ^^Ply, Thos. Davies, Blaencwmdu Farm, Maesteg. 416p WANTED, General Servant.—Apply, North Hou-o, Brecon. 64 ANTED, a young girl as nurse, one baby.— 0
Births, Marriages, Deaths, In Memoriam, &c. It is our desire that our column of notioee under the above heading should be valuable to all our readers. Notioee are inserted at tihe minimum rate of Is. for 20 words and sixpence for each ad- ditional ten words or part of ten words, ånd must be prepaid. Unless prepaid they are charged at the rate of 2s 6d per insertion. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS will be charged at same Bate. No notices of this deaanptMm wiN be insert- ed unfim authenticated by the name and ?d"m of the sender. The latest time far receiving notices for the Radnor Express is Itaesdiay noon, and for the "Brecon and Radnor Express" Wednesday noon.
FEINTING of all kinds executed in beat style, J[. and at lowest cost, at the New Model Print- ing Works of the Brecon and Radnor Express,' Brecon. Orders by post, telegraph, telephone, messenger or personal call promptly attended to.- Robt. Read, Manager. A GOOD RESOLUTION FOR 1914. BUY YOUR CLOTHING FROM H. Borrows & Co. The Great Progressive Clothiers. MEN'S, YOUTHS' AND BOYS' CLOTHING. Men's S.8. & D.B. Overcoats with Raglan or Chesterfield shoulders. — Real Marvels in Value, from 15s. lid. BOYS' OVERCOATS, Also in New Styles, from 4s. lid. Our Ready-to-Wear Suits for Men, Youths and Boys, are the smartest ever offered at I popular prices. Hals, Caps, Collars, Ties, Shirts, tSocks, Nelson Underwear, &c., of excellent quality, at very reasonable prices. 9, HIGH STREET, BRECON. THE 'KIISTO,* THE WORLD'S FINEST PICTURES, BUlla-rH WeIaIAS. Matinee, Saturday, at 2-30. THE STRONGEST bIN. FRIDAY <5c SATXJEDAY tHe three eMEv pips. AND TRAVEL, COMIC AND COMEDY, INCLUDING THE FINEST COLOURED CINEMATOGRAPHS. Also Pathe's Up-to-Date Gazette, depicting all the Latest Events—3 CHANGES WEEKLY. EXPERT PROJECTION.—See Pictures as they ought to be seen under Ideal Conditions. -We are studying your comfort and are determined to ploape you. T'RIOKS. Area. Stalls. Balcony. Ordinary Doors 3d. 6d. 1/ CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS ANNOUNCEMENTS. LONDON PANTOMIMES. Hippodrome, Coliseum, &c. World's Fair, Agricultural Hall- ij December 24th to February 7th. Carl Hagenbeck's Wonder Zoo & Circus, Olympia, Dec. 26th to Fobruary 28th. On MONDAY, January 19th, for 2, 3 or 5 days. On THURSDAY, January 29th, for 2, 3 or 5 daya, EXCURSION TICK E ra will be issued to LONDON (Euston) via Welshpcol. See Handbills, EARLY CLOSING EXCURSIONS. EVERY WEDNESDAY, and until further notice, HALF-DAY EXCURSION TICKETS EwW be issued from BRECON, by the 1-20 p.m. Train, to TALGARTH, BUILTH WELLS, RHAYADER, and Intermediate Stations. WEEK-END TICKETS are issued from BRECON, everv Friday and Saturday, to Cambrian Coast W Stations, to Oswestry, Wrexham, Whitchurch, Liverpool, Manchester, Leeds, etc. See Excursion Programme. FOOTBALL AND HOCKEY PARTIES. p IONIO TICKETS at a Single Fare and a Third for the return journey are issued for a minimum of J. 10 adults upon 3 days notice being given at the Station. For further information respecting the arrangements shewn above, application should be made at any of the Company's Offices or Ageacies, or to Mr. 0. L. Conacher, Traffic Manager. S. WILLIAMSON, Oswestry, January 1914. General Manager. FHOTEL GWALIA, | Upper fotmrn Place, London, W.C. 130 Itoome luxurious furnished, Fireproof Building, Electric Light to all Floors, Centrally-situated, close to Euston Station, ls. 6d. cab fare from Paddington to the Hotel. Tariff: Bed, Breakfast, Bath, and Attend- ance, 5s. each person. Telegraphic Address Gwaliatel," London. Telephone: 5010 & 5011, Oitr. I JOHN. M. JENKINS, 1Ji"iler. GORDON HOUSE, 58, TORRINGTON SQUARE, British Museum, LONDON, W.C. Lady from Wales offers home comforts to visitors. Bed & Breakfast, from 3/ or, sharing room, 2/6 each. With late dinner, 25/- each weekly, or 4/- j per day. Write for full particulars to Proprietress. Highly recommended by Ministers and others. ￼ 0ENKINS' r73ooaa,rding 7wouye j (LATE LLANWRTYD WELLtf It 128, Westminster Bridge d. 11 LONDON. | CENTRAL. COMFORTABLE. HOMELY. 7BW:& Breakfast, 3/6. DouMe, 6/- /r ?? ￼ Selected Popular Goals. Bargoed. surpassed. Kimberley Cobbles. Ocean Nuts. This Welsh Coal has stood the test of time. Still un- The pride of Stafford- shire. Gives great heat. No Small. Little Ash. Unequalled for Hotels. Recommended by cus- tomers for all cooking purposes. Arrange now terms for delivery any time over Winter with the Agents or Head Office of the- Breconshire Coal & Lime CO., LTD. BRECON. Truck Loads, 4 tons and upwards, to any Station. NO PRELIMINARY FEES. GEORGE PAYNE & SONS, 7, KING STREET, HEREFORD, and 6, TOWN WALLS, SHREWSBURY, are prepared to make PRIVATE ADVANCES (from tlO upwards) on BORROWER'S OWN PROMISSORY NOTE. Now lending OVER j&80,000 per annum, and have been ESTABLISHED OVER 40 YEARS. N.B.—The above firm have received unsolicited ietters of thanks from hundreds of borrowers. Extracts (without writers' names) from MORS THAN 1,800 of such letters have been printed in pam- phlets, issued annually for the last 15 years. Specimen copies of these may be had, post free, on application. 1870p PIANOFORTE. NEW exhibition NtoEb. IRON FRA/VJE. CHECK ACTION. TRICHORD. FULL COMPASS. WALNUT CASE. SCONCES. GUARANTEED 10 YEARS. NET CASH £16. We are satisfied with a VERY SMALL PROFIT." tDI. Heins & Co.; Ltd., Breeon. This luxurious 25 h.p. 4 cylinder Car, complete with full equipment, including Electric Lamps and Electric Self Starter. English-built Landaulette Body, trimmed with silver grey Bedford cloth for the interior, and black leather upholstering for front seats. The fittings are of ivory and nickel. Comfortable seating for SEVEN PERSONS. £r375. AGENTS- RICH & SONS, Tel. 23 BRECON Rich," Brecon. Tel. 23 BRECONN Rich," Brecon. "T H E Q 2 ^m 8 d "J pi I |T§11 ■ d AFTE N 0 O M DIGESTIVE 'Jf LOCAL AGENTS 8 If Th I d8 & Ch8 T C G,oe. & Provision Dealei- ? The India & China Tea Co. 9 "Wine & Spirit Merchants, A HIGH STREET, BRECON, a C and at RAY, KNIGHTON, LLANDRINDOD WELLS & BUILTH WELLS. 9 Goeceecoceecee c ceeceecocce C) eaaaaoge THOMAS REES, 8, Ship Street, BRECON, While thanking his friends for their patronage asks them kindly to reserve their orders for Farm and Garden Seeds, Artificial Manures, Feeding Cakes, General Ironmongery, Implements, etc. ucfcil he can call upon them with Prices and Samples. Orders by post or otherwise esteemed, and carefully attended to. FB COLOURED and PLAIN POSTERS, 01 ] r a size, send to, or call at the Expreu -1 tr=. Exceptional facilities are pro- vided at the New Model Printi" Works.-Robt. Bead. Manager. VISITING CARDS.—Ladies or,"Uem(m re- V quiring Visiting Cards should eeud their orders to Robt. Bead, Brecon and Radnor Express" Pointing Works, Bulwark, Breoon.-50 gent's cards by post 1/9, 100 2/3.