Collection Title: Brecon & Radnor express Carmarthen and Swansea Valley gazette and Brynmawr district advertiser
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TT7E 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 Congh Mixture prepared specially for children and sold in 9d. and 1/6 bottles by FRAN K L. STANTON, Chemist, Brecon.
you can't have chapped or rough red hands if you use STANTON'S CRKKOL SKIN TABLET And your complexion can defy the most searching winds if you use the CREMOI. SKIN LOTIOK. Tablets 6d., Lotion Gd., 10d., 1/6 ftom- FRANK L. STANTON, Chemist, Brecon.
PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. PREPAID SCALE. The following Scale of Charges secures the insertion of the following classes of Ad- vertisements in both t The Brecon and Radnor Express, — and — The Badnor Express" APARTMENTS, SITUATIONS VACANT OR WANTED, TO BE LET OR SOLD, LOST AND FOUND, AND MISCELLANEOUS I WANTS. P Three Six t Words. Once. Times. Times. 14 words 0 9 1 9 2 6 22 words 1 0 2 0 8 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, 8d. 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 pel, line per insertion. &eplieø to advertisements with box num- bers only must all be written and either Posted or dropped into the letter box at the ()ftice, Bulwark, Breom. "Brecon and Radnor Express," or the Radnor Express," will be sent poet free to any address in the United Kingdom at the following; rates: — B. d. 13 weeks 1 8 26 weaks 3 4 52 weeks 6 8 PREPAID. Situations Vacant and Wanted. A GOOD General wanted beginning cf February. l 4k references required.—Apply to 62 Stanwell toad, Penarth, Glamorganshire. 438p IltJILTB & KNIGHTON. Capable Laundry — Agents wanted in above towns. Good terms d prospects to suitable applicants.—Ad dress, Llan- l'itldod. Wells Steam laundry Co., Ltd. 45 PjOWMAN Warted, 25th March cottage and S* garden provided -Hamer, Trippleton. Leint- **dine. 458p fiENFF A L Workman wanted 25th March, small 11 family, take entire charge sheep, cattle. .U8e and garden free Good wages to reliable f:o'JrE's. L.lanbipter Rnad 426p h A ULIERS.-Permanent situation for a good, -CI reliable Man for 2 horse team preference toveu to one who has hnd experience with timber. -Apply, stating age and wages, Robert Williams 4: Ltd.. Hay. 108 Pt, t)IaF,Ri WILLIAMS & ONS, Ltd., Hay, In have Vacancies for Apprentices in the iron- Ongery, furnishing, and implement departments. ??_ 107 T-HA VKL.LWK» want* d. Active young men 88 ￼ County Kepresentatives in South Wales, to latfarmp,&c. Mmt speak Welsh fluently and 55 *eal hard workers, steady and good salesmen. Morough training will ba given, and very liberal "?s. Write, Box 457, c/? Smith's Advertising ?C€p, 51. Moorate Streft. London. E 0. 96 it PO TAILOhS. Wanted GeneMi Hand.—Apply, ?g. S. P. Price, Llanbadarnfynydd, Penybont -'?tion, Radnorshire. 451p tt-T ANTED, a good Strong Lad on a Farm, 18 to Jy 20 years of age, live in good home and i4E;el, to a suitable one.—Apply, Wm. Clement, awr, Gerseinon, near Swansea. 4t,5p w ANTED, General, country girl preferred. V good references, do plain cooking, washing, 't' e in family. State wages. Ward, 6, Herber parth, Glam. 404 ANTED at once a few' extra Motor Fitters, fj. only men with Daimler, Wolseley or other class experience need apply. James Fryer d, Hereford. 53 ANTED, experienced General, at once, re- > ferences, age, &c., to C/o "Express," Fern Builth 58 ANTED Cook-General, not under 25. Two k in family, housemaid kept.—Apply, Mrs. ith, Walford Cottage, Bracon. 412p WANTED, Housemaid, well up in Farm Work, lV age 30 to 40, two in family, state salary.— lIply, Thos. Davies, Blaencwmdu Farm, Maesteg, 416p W ANTED, a young girl as nurse, one baby.— (W Apply by letter, A. M. C., Express 417p ANTED, 25th March, general workman. New cottage and garden.—Apply, Nicholls, wy, Penybont Station. 419p < NTED, Apprentice to the grocery and pro- > vision trade.- J. L. Allcock, The Stores, n. 423p I Vy^ANTEDT General Workman, March 25th, ¡ cottage and garden found, and other privi- i Tj65*.—Apply, E. Powell, Dolassey, Bleddfa, Llan- t Rade. 424p W ANTED at once, 2 men for walling and fencing, must be competent men.—Apply, tley, Gwrhyd Farm, Cwmtillery. 409p UTANTED, a good General Servant.-Apply to H. C. Rich, Watton House, Brecon. 436p M7 ANTED, nselul Help, immediately, age I >JV about 17.-Apply, first instance, 'Express,' a, Builtb. 76 tfi AtiTED, Lad or Young Man tor Farm, good wages. Apply, "Express," Fern Lea, ^Uth. 93 UTANTED,*a good all-round Wheelwright, constant employmept, good wages given preferred.—Drawer, Abercarn, nr. Newport, 449p MT ANTED immediately, reliable all-round » Farm Hand, permanent, wages 26/ live 04t lodgings available —J. Llewelyn, Rhiwfaur, ??aeea Valley. 4Z ANTED, Young Servant, some previous ex- *7» perience. live in.—Apply, stating wages Illred, 446p, "Express," Brecon. in February, Good General accus- f tomed to children (2), state age, wages. and licences. E. c/o Howard Lewie, Stationer, jth. 452p WTANTED, at once, good Cook-General.— ft Apply Mrs Peregrine, Cambrian House, on. 453p ￼ ANTED, immediately, an Assistant tor iron- mongery must be a good salesman.— Ironmonger, Brecon. 454p ANTED, early in February, good. clean, vy General 8ervant.-Apply Miss Adney. 5, v ^en Terrace, Brecon. 456p WTANTED, in farmhouse, good General; small 'IV dairy: man milks: gocd wages to suitable —Apply Mrs Prce?er, Trefithal, Three -??. 106 1\ATANTED, House-Parlourmaid.—Apply Mra Rhys Powell, Camden Cottage, Brecon. 460p ANTED, a steady Man as waggoner live ?' 1n.-APplY J. Lewis, Llangrwyney, Crick- •Cjell. 457p louses Wanted, For Sale, or To Let. | LET. David Beddce's Charity Meadows, 4 Llandilograban, from date below to February ?' 1914, eix acres.—Tenders to be sent to Boat ?- Erwood, by 10.30 a.m., on February 16th. 99 PREPAIN ADVERTISEMENTS. OFFICES To bo Let over Brecon Station, two or three well-lighted Rooms, recently occu- pied by the Land Valuation Department.-For permission to inspect and all particulars apply to Mr H. R. Knight, Storekeeper, Brecon & Merthyr Railway, Brecon. bl HOUSE and Garden to Let immediately in Bronllys.—Apply, Morgan Watkins, Post Office, Bronllys. 407p rf^O LET, in High Street, Builth, from May 1st, I shop and house, good condition.-Webb, Cil- mery Lodge, Builth. 46 WANTED to purchase or rent a good farm with "V mountain rights state full particulars.— Morgans, Auctioneer, Pantglas, Llanwrtyd Wells. 425p grio LET, March 25th, Grocer's house and shop, 1. Llanbadarn Fynydd, with stable, coach-hcuse, etc. Also Tailor's business, h( use and shop same village, good gardens —Apply, Moo,ley, Brynthomas, Penybont Station, Radnorshire. 432p FOR SALE, Two Freehold Cottages in Penybont, FTalgarth.-Apply, Peace-Jones, Castle Hotel, Talgarth 70 COTTAGE snd Garden to let, Llangunllo, at Lady-Day, moderate rent.—Apply, Deakins, Llangunllo. 433p Lost and Found. LOST from Pytindu, 3 Ewes, pitch J P on left i J side, punch hole in right ear, notch under left.—Pugh, Closcedi, Brecon. 458p STRAYED to Rhydhir, Llanbiaier, Black Mountain Pony. Returned to owner if de- scribed,—Apply, James. 430p STRAYED to Danygraig, Senny, since August last, a Welsh Ewe, rinht ear split and notch above left ear. Will be sold unless claimed in 21 days.—Apply, Rhys Price. 444p STRAYED from Upper Cwmgwanon. Three C3 Hog Sheep, pitched E on side, tarred up to line. Expenses paid. Edwards, Cwmgwanon, Clyro, Hay. 445p For Sale or Purchase. — HIGHEST PRICES GIYEN — FOR — Old Furniture, China, Glass, Pewter, Coloured Prints, Etc. COOPER, 8, Struet, BRECON. 1868p. ARTIFICIAL Leg", Arms, Hands, Crutches, ALeg Irons, Deformity Boots, Trusses, "Steel-less Eaaifit" Trusses. Lady Attendant. Ladies' Belts, Belt-Corsets, Elastic Stockings, etc. -Allen Pearce, 23, Charles Street, Cardiff. Tel. 1282. List Free. 408 KNITTING Machines! KnittinR Machines !— KBost home work of the century; men or women, invalids or able-bodied, with perseverance find it the means of good regular employment: lessons free.—W. Griffith [Est. 1871], 30, Queen Street, Neath. 414 FOR SALE, Chaff Cutter, and Currant Cleaning Mae-hine. Apply, A. Wozencroft Church Street, Knighton. 410p FOR SALE, Dark Chestnut Cob, 15-3, rising 5 I* one Victoria carriage with rubber-tyred wheels; two aged cart mares farm cart with 5-in. wheels five H.P. portable steam engine. Would take two cart horses in exchange.—Price & Williams, Builth Wells. 50 FOR SALE, good second-hand Bicycle, cheap, FApp,'y, Bristol House, Builth Wells. 80 FOR SALE, Welsh Cob, age 5. height 14 hands, Fwarranted sound to pass all tranlc.—Apply, W. Perrot, Twynydd Farm, Libanus, near Brecon. 437p IMPORTANT TO MOTHERS.—Every mother JL who values the health and cleanliness of her child should use HARRISON'S RELIABLE NCRSBRV POMADE. One application kills all Nits and Ver- min, beautifies and strengthens the hair. In Tina, 4id and 9d, postage ld. Gso. W. HARRISON, I Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agent for Brecon F. L. Stanton. Hay J. L. Davies & Sons, 7, High Town. Builth NVelle: J. Ward, 8, High Street. Knighton: G. M. Perkins. Crick- howell: W. H. Kirkland. Pontardulais: T. A. Jones. Bryumawr: A. M. Jones, 74, King Street. Llanwrtyd Wells: D. I. Williams, chemist. All Chemists. 2111p MOLESKINS. Gerrards, Furriers, Edinburgh, H'JL pay highest prices. Cash—Pioneers of this industry. Send for particulars. 442p MUSIO SALE.—Wonderful Bargains. Songs, solos, duets, operas, violin, organ and 'cello music, etc. Catalogues Free.—Department 22, Moon & Sons, Plymouth. 447p SHORTHORN Calves for rearing, from record Cheshire Milkers, by pure-bred bulls quota- tions to any station no fancy prices correspond- ence a pleasure.—Frank Dobie, Littleton, Chester. 371p D 0DINE ROUTS RATS.—KATS are RAPIDLY I EXTERMINATED with Rodine Rat Poison; they can't resist it; they eat it and die. 6d., Is., 2a., 3s., 5s.; post, 2d.—Harley, Chemist, Perth. Agents Stanton, 26 High Street, Brecon D. J. Williams, Llanwrtyd H. J .Sparey, General Stores, Presteigne; J. Ward, Builth Wells; J. Blower, Knighton and Craven Arms J. Nicholas, Drug Stores, Llandovery. 286p YXTALLPAPERS from lid. per roll. Any W quantity, large or small, supplied at Wholesale Prices. Our stock exceeds 250.000 rolls, all classes. Write for patterns, stating what claes you require, The Barnett Wallpaper Co., Ltd (Dept. 223), Oampfield Avenue, Manchester. 34p WANTED, at once, large number of fresh *V trapped Rabbits best prices.—Phillips, Narrows, Knighton. 23 WANTED, New Laid Eggs, weekly, any W OuBntity bought.-Write, 62, "B. & R. Ex press" Office. 62 WEDDING GIFT. Lady oSers Magnificent TV 7 Guinea Service Al Quality Plate (stamped) Six each Table Dessert Spoons, Forks, Tea and Egg Spoons, Musturd, Salt Spoons, Tongs (40 pieces), unnsoiled, accept 25/ approval. Write, 1p4olp, Express Office, Brecon. Miscellaneous. ￼ 84 and 105 acres, rich, heavy-cropping, feed- 219 ing Farms on Sale. Good markets; early possession, money found.-Goodard, Land Agent, Hereford. 420p NOW is the time to insure Mares in Foal, Stal- lions, &c., in the best Insurance Companies.— Apply, W. Williams, General Insurance Agent, Sennybridge and 6 Bulwark, Brecon. 65 RATS, MICE, MOLES. COCKROACHES, and RBEET LES greedily eat HARRISON'B RBLI- ABLB RAT POISON. Cats and Dogs will not touch it. Vermin dry up and leave no mell. Price, gd, Is, 2a 3d, and 3s 8d. Postage 2d. G. W. HARRISON, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agent for Brecon: F L. Stanton. Hay J. L. Davies & Son, 7, High TOWD. Builth Wells J. Ward, 8; High Street Talgarth David Evans, Grocer, Liverpool Stores. Llandovery: T. Roberts, The Oron Stores Knighton: G.. Perkins. Crickhowell: W. H. Kirkland. AUChemiata 211p I OUR EXHIBITION OF I PIANOS & ORGANS I Includes Models by the greatest British and Foreign Houses, such as:- PIANOS by BRINSMEAD, CHAPPELL, COLLARD, HOFFMAN. LIPP & SOHN, ROGERS & SONS, WALDBERG, etc., etc. ORGANS by BELL ORGAN Co., I MASON & HAMLIN, I FARRAND. KARN, etc., etc. Sole Agents for ANGELUS PLAYER PIANOS, AUTO-PIANOS, DUALAN08, I Etc. DALE, FORTY & Co., Ltd., t High Street & Castle I j Arcade, CARDIFF. j t Also at Cheltenham, B'rm'gh'm, &c t Hampton Grammar School, GLASBURY-ON-WYE. Principal: Rev. D. C. Lloyd. Classics, Mathematics, Civil Service, Short- hand, Typewriting, Commercial Tuition, Music. Pupils highly successful at London, Oxford Cambridge, and Wales Universities. Also in all public exams. For prospectus apply- Rev. D. C. LLOYD, Glasbury on-Wye The Term commenced on TUESDAY, 20th January, 1914. G. R. EDWARDS, UPHOLSTERER, CABINET MAKER, COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHER, Furniture REPAIRED, REPOLISHED and UPHOLSTERED at Moderate Prices. CURTAINS, CASEMENT Curtains, LOOSE COVERS a Speciality. CARPETS, LINOLEUMS, RUGS, &c. Patterns on application. Free Delivery. Purchasers Fares Paid. Prompt attention. HIGH STREET and ST. JOHN'S LANE, Abergavenny. Also at Monmouth and Ross. TEL. No. 52. b723 GALVANIZED CORRUGATED SHEETS. For Excellency of BUY THE and for Good -I I "? Quality aud Durability. BRAND Value in Galvanised Agricultural Feeding Requisites and Wire Netting, ask for LYSAGHT'S MAKE. Catalogues and Articles are supplied by any Iron- monger or Agricultural Implement Dealer. bl326 Free Lecture on CANADA "The Open Door to Prosperity." Will be given in the PARISH HA.LL TALYBONT-ON-USK, ON MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2nd, 1914, Commencing at 7-30 p m., by Mr. 1: H. GAMBLE, (of Armstrong, B.C.) Canadian Northern Emigration Dept. SPLENDID LIMELIGHT VIEWS. For Free Tickets apply to Agents, A. Hughes & Son, 40, High Street, Brecon. br92 CAIBRIll RAILWAYS COIPiM. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY, the several Stacks of well-harvested HAY, of the growth of 1910, 1911, and 1912 respectively, standing at the undermentioned Stations on the Cambrian Railways, and estimated to contain the respective quantities, more or lees, alao under- mentioned, viz.:— Estimated Stations. Weight. Tons. i i- Estimated 1 I Stations. Weight. Tons. Whittington, No. 1 51 „ No. 2 5? IMydmereditb, No. 3 4 L'anymynech, No. 1 51 „ No. 2 4t Llansaintffraid 8 Uamfynin 8! Abennule 3| Kerry 3? Three Oocks, 1912 4? „ 1913 5? Tggarth 6! Trefeinon, 1912 51 Oaersws 21 Ynyslas, 1912 s1 „ 1913 8 Borth, No. a 4t „ No. 2 9 Barmouth Jet, 1912 5 Artho „ 1913 6 Arthog 2| Penmaenpool 4? Barldl, 1912 9? Talssrnau, 1912 6 u 1913 8t Portmadoc 5! Oriccieth, 1911 2f 1912 3 1913 5t Afonwen, 1912 6i 1913 9 Abererch, 1913 7! For farther particulars, and to treat, apply to THE SECRETARY, Cambrian Railways 00. January, 1914. Oswestiy. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. H. BORROWS & Co.'s STOCK-TAKING SALE OF OVERCOATS AND READY-MADE CLOTHING & OUTFITTING COMMENCES I Saturday next. January 31st. During the Sale we shall offer some exceptionally smart PATTERNS IN SUITINGS. At the end cf the Season all our short lengths are cut up at Special Prices. WE GIVE YOU the Best and Biggest VALUE in Men's and Boys' CLOTHING ever offered. We know that the satisfaction we give will bring future business. I I EXCEPTIONAL BARGAINS in all Departments. Ask to see our Special Range of Patterns for Suits to Measure. 18/6, 22/11, 27/3. SWEEPING REDUCTIONS IN OYER- COATS. — SEE ouit WINDOWS FOR BARGAINS SALE PRICES FOR CASH ONLY. NO APPROBATION DURING SALK. I I CAVENDISH HOUSE, HIGH STREET, BRECON. THE 'KINO,' THE WORLD'S FINEST PICTURES, BUIIaTH WEIaIAS. Matinee, Saturday, at 2-30. TIiXT^lSID^"Y" Sc SA. TURDA. CALL TO ARMS. AND TRAVEL, COMIC COMEDY, INCLUDING THE FINEST COLOURED CINEMATOGRAPHS. Also Pathe's Up-to-Date Gazette, depicting all the Latest Efents-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 plcape you. 'PRIORS. Area. Stalls. Balcony. Ordinary Doors 3d. 6d. 1/ CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS ANNOUNCEMENTS. LONDON PANTOMIMES. Hippodrome, Coliseum, &c. World's Fair, Agricultural Hall, JLJ December 24th to February 7th. Carl Hagenbeck's Wonder Zoo & Circus, Olympia, Dec. 26th to February 28th. On MONDAY, January 19th, for 2, 3 or 5 days. On THURSDAY, January 29th, for 2, 3 or 5 days, EXCURSION TICKETS will be issued to LONDON (Euston) via Welshpool. See Handbills. EARLY CLOSING EXCURSIONS. EVERY WEDNESDAY, and until further notice, HALF-DAY EXCURSION TICKETS Ewfll be issued from BRECON, by the 1-20 p.m. Train, to TALGARTH, BUILTH WELL, RHAYADER, and Intermediate Stations. WEEK-END TICKETS are issued from BRECON, every Friday and Saturday, to Cambrian Coast TV Stations, to Oswestry, Wrexham, Whitchurch, Liverpool, Manchester, Leeds, etc. See Excursion Programme. FOOTBALL AND HOCKEY PARTIES. PICNIC TICKETS at a Single Fare and a Third for the return journey are issued for a minimum of J. 10 adults upon 3 dayb notice being given at the Station. For further information respecting the arrangements shown above, application should be. made at any of the Company's Offices or Agencies, or to Mr. 0. L. Conacher, Traffic Manager. S. WILLIAMSON, Oswestry, January 1914. General Manager. HOTEL GWALIA, I Upper Wflbnrn Place, London, W.C. 130 Rooms luxurious furnished, Fireproof Building, Electric Light to all Floors, Centrally-situated, close to Euston Station, I 18. 6d. cab fare from Paddington to the Hotel. Tariff Bed, Breakfast, Bath, and Attend- ance, 5s. each person. Telegraphic Address "I Gwaliotol," London. Telephone: 5010 A 5011, City. JOHN. M, JENKINS, Manager. GORDON HOUSE, 58, TURRIRCTOR 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/- per day. Write for full particulars to Proprietress. Highly recommended by Ministers and others. JENKIN-OI;L TSoarding f?ou