Collection Title: Brecon & Radnor express Carmarthen and Swansea Valley gazette and Brynmawr district advertiser
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AN invaluable remedy for I a Sluggish Liver and Disordered Stomach is Stanton's Carlsbad Powder. Its cost is small-Is. 6d. per bottle. Its beneficial effect is great. FRANK L. STANTON, Chemist, Brecon.
GET a KODAK at Wanton's I and follow up one of the most delightful of I hobbies. I FRANK L. STANTON, Chemist, Brecon. I
PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. zzz- = PEEP AID SCALE. .The following Scale of Charges secures the insertion of the following classes of Ad- vertisements in both (1 The Brecon and Radnor Expreu," and —m The Badnor Expreu," APARTMENTS. SITUATIONS VACANT OR WANTED, TO BE LET OR SOLD, LOST AND FOUND, AND MISCELLANEOUS —— WANTS. —— Three Six Words. Once. Times. Times. ? words 0 9 1 9 a 6 :wordø 1 0 2 0 & 0 to wor& 1 4 18 4 0 X" extra 8 words. 04 0 8 1 0 In oases where replies are to be sent to the "Express" Office and forwarded by us, wu. extra to above prices must be sent. In all oases These Charges are for Cash with Order. If not pre-paid, they will be charged sixpence Per line per insertion. ?Repliet to advertisements with box num- be' only must all be written and either ?ted or dropped into the letter box at the Bulwark, Brecon. ?oe, "Brecon and Radnor Express," or the ? 'Radnor Expreaa," will be sent post free to any address in the United Kingdom at the following rates: — s. d. 18 weeks 1 g 26 weeks a 4 52 weeks 6 8 PREPAID. Situations Vacant. PPREN ICE for Shop & Showroom.-Wantedg A well-educated Young Lady. Also one for Illinery Workroom; outdoor.—Apply Mrs E. Olles. High Street, Brecon. 906p A GENTS.—First-class Agency for the Sale of Basic Slag is offered to smart men with farm- ing connection —Write, giving references to 572, Is Advertising Offices, Fleet Street, London 886p BRECON & MERTHYR RAILWAY.—Wanted, .0 Men and Lads in the Traffic Department.- ?PPly to Inspector Sparkes, Brecon & Merthyr P-?alway, BamWeg, Mon. bl GROOERY AND PROVISIONS. Wanted, ? atrong Youth to assist and deliver.-Apply ie. Price & 00, The Stores, BuUth Wells. 682 (GROCERY ANDPROVrSIONS.—Smart Junior Assistants required.—Apply, stating age, 14ges required, and references, Star Supply Stores, h Wells. 889p lli ANTED, useful Help, Housemaid-Waitress, a » also Kitchenmaid.-Apply Mrs Owens no, Llandrindod Wells. 860p WANTIU), staid Person to assist in nursing elderly lady, and house work of cottage et, comfortable home—State particulars and Arences to 861p, Express Office. Brecon. WANTED at once, Wheelwright and Improver, regular employment.—Apply, Mr John W New Street, Ledbury. 835p ANTED, good woman about 30 to 40, used to t*' some farm work.—Apply, Mrs Moseley, brith Farm, Rhymney Bridge, Mon. 829p w ANTED, immediately, a respectable Person as housekeeper in farmhouse; two in family. ripply, with reference, to Powell, Llwynmeurig, wrtyd Wella. 870p ANTED, Working Housekeeper, duties simple and light.—Apply in writing to Be S 1), Express Office, Brecon. WTANTED, good General; plain cooking; state vj v age and wages references required.—Mrs Otton, King's Arms Hotel, Brecon. 874p ANTED, young Man, 18-20, make himself ■k"V generally useful.-Hargest, Oamden Arms, recan. 883p ANTED, respectable middle-aged Woman as » working housekeeper; comfortable home. ^4pply W. Jones, Fruiterer, Builth. 684 by ANTED- immediately, good Oarpenter and i > Joiner; permanent if suitable.—T. H. OUea, Builder, Builth. 683 ttTANTED. superior Girl as mother's belp, for JV Manchester.—Apply first, Mrs Morgan, ""ae8ycoed, Talgarth. 901p In ANTED, Parlourmaid 4 in family; age 30; t » wages £ 24; good reference.—Mrs Jebb, attan Mount, Brecon. 692 ANTED, an Apprentice to the Chemistry.— Apply Charles & Gwillim, Brecon. 904p AN rED, good General Servant.—Apply Mrs YV Jones, 4, Bowen Terrace, Brecon. 905p ANTED, strong Girl with some experience in t: ▼ cooking willing to learn; small family 8 Pmd rise.-Forester, Newton, Mumbles. 698 ANTED, an Apprentice; also Improver for VV dreumaking -Apply Miss Simkina, Old ?at Office, Hay. 907p Situations Wanted. Experienced Laundress seeks family wash- >M ing.—Apply A.B.C., "Express" Office, n. 862p Houses Wanted, For Sale, or To Let. COMFORTABLE, homely, Board-residence terms moderate.—Write R, Express ce. Brecon. 900p URNISHED HOUSE wanted for August and > part September, in Builth bathroom, gar- hen; state moderate terms.—Apply P., cjo Ex- Ot%ri," Builth Wells. 665 TK) LET, the Lower Room of the Working Men's It Club, Wilcombe St., Knighton size 27 x 20 vL: suitable for club or other meeting.—A. H. ^inwright, 18, Broad Street. 654 "'0 LET, in High Street, Builth, Immediately, >*■ House, good condition.—Webb, Cilmery "'Odge, Buflth. 659 LET, from August 1st, House in rt-h Road, Ih.- Builth six bedrooms, bath-room, h. and c., 4rden, dining and drawing rooms; south aspect tllent position.- &pply Mrs Prosser, Bryntirion. uilth. 667 YE VALLEY.—To be Sold.—Compact Free- hold Residence. Three reception, five grooms, bathroom; garden with greenhouse, Sibling; near Church, Post Office, Station. Nbing golf, shooting, hunting beautiful acelaery: For particulars apply tO 'Mias Cheese. 114Y, Hereford. TO LET, House and Shop; 7 rooms.-Apply D. B. Davies. High Street, Talgarth. 879p b-ED LION INN, Brilley Mountain, To Let, 5- with good wheelwright and blacksmith's Qps and land.—Apply to The Hereford & Tre- deg r Brewery, Ltd., Hereford. 681 TO LET, Bedroom and Sitting-room; suit young man willing to board himself preferred.— APply Box 878p, Express Office, Brecon. R SALE, by Private Treaty, Freehold Cottage jft- and Garden known as Pwllyn Cottage," eol-Senny, close to Senny Council School, and ut 3, 3 miles from Devynock Station.—For fur- 6r particulars apply D. Price (F.A.I.) & Williams, A ^ctioneers, Ac., Brecon. 884p HOUSE AND SHOP To Let; High Street, Builth; splendid position; opposite Swan rctel lmoderate rent.—Apply Mrs WiUiame, The t'iRage, High Street. 700 PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. For Sale or Purchase. ARTIFICIAL Legs, Arms, Hands, Crutches, Leg Irons, Deformity Boots, Trusses, "Steel-less Easifit" Trusses. Lady Attendant. Ladies' Belts, Belt-Corsets, Elastic Stockings, etc. -&Hen Pearce, 23, Charles Street, Cardiff. Tel. 1282. List Free. 408 FOR SALE, Sheep Dog, 31 years old, good worker.-Apply "Express," Builth Wells.657 SMART Ralli Cart; Cee springs indiarubber k3 tyres; 12hands; £ 11.—Langley, Bwlchgwyn, Rhayader. 899p CTTEDDING GIFT.—Lady offers magnificent V* 7 guinea Service; Al quality; plate (stamp- ed), six each table dessert spoons, forks, tea and egg spoons (36 pieces); unsoiled; accept 25/ approval, willingly.—Write 903p, Express," Frecon. BASIC SLAG.—Agents with good farming con- -D nections wanted; liberal commission.-Write to Agriculture," c/o Lee and Nightingale, Liverpool. 868p FOR SALE, Two Cobs; 5 years old 14 2; J* thoroughly quiet to ride and drive, and fast; stand unattended.—Apply Ohalloner, Boat Inn, Erwood. 699 FOR SALE, Wall Auto-wheel; nearly new 12 FguineaB.-Heaps, Brynheulog, St. John Road, Brecon. 872p FOR SALE, Sheep Dog, 15 months good worker, sheep and cattle.—Powell, Carneddau, Builth. 888p FOR Sale, Girl's Bicycle: good condition: new f tyres 35/Apply T., c/o Express," Builth. 680 GALVANIZED CORRUGATED SHEETS.— Light Gauge; all new and sound; 6ft x 24in: llld per sheet; carriage paid on 20 orders; other lengths.—Morgan & Thomas, Glanamman. 887p MORGAN & BRAY, King Street, Hereford, have a quantity of best Oat and Wheat Straw to dispose of; prices on application. 816p PRIME CIDER for Sale, in my casks.-Lewis J. JT Price, Oobnash Farm, Kingsland, Hereford- shire. 643 SHORTHORN Calves for rearing, from record S Cheshire Milkers, by pure-bred bulls quota- tions to any station no fancy prices; correspond- ence a pleasure.—Frank Dobie, Littleton, Chester. 719p SECOND-HAND Self-Binder for Sale, by McCormick bargain no reasonable offer ref8p.d.-Robt. Williams & Sons. Ltd., Hay. 677 ^AFUH.—Fire & Burglar resisting stock include O Small Safe (22in. high) for private house; L3 3s Od delivered; sketch sent.-Lord's Safe Works, Wolverhampton. 877p WALLPAPERS 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 class you require, The Barnett Wallpaper Co., Ltd., (Dept. 223), Campfield Avenue, Manchester. 468p IMPORTANT TO MOTHERS.—Every mother JL who values the health and cleanliness of her child should use HARRISON'S RBLIABLK NUBSBKY POMADE. One application kills all Nits and Ver- mih, beautifies and strengthens the hair. In Tins, 4ld and 9d, postage Id. GBO. W. HARRISON, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agent for Brecon F. L. Stanton. Hay J. L. Davies & Sons, 7, High Town. Bnflth l ￼ J. L. Davies & Sons, 7, High Town. Builth Wells: J. Ward, 8, High Street. Knighton G. M. Perkins. Crick- howell: W. H. Kirkland. Pontardulais: T. A. Jones. Brynmawr: A. M. Jones, 74, King Street. Llanwrtyd Wells: D. I. Williams, chemist. All Chemists. 698p ODINE LURES RATS TO THEIR DOOM. JM They eat it greedily. Die on the spot. Leave no smell. Slaughter extraordinary. No failure, mess, or trouble. 6d., Is., 2s., 3s.; post 2d.— Harley, Cheraist, Perth. Agents: Stanton, 26, High Street, Brecon; D. J. Williams, Llanwrtyd: H. J. Sparey, General Stores, Presteign J. Ward, Builth Wells; J. Blower, Knighton and Craven Arms; J. Nicholas, Drug Stores, Llandovery. 788p 2 Second-hand Mowers, 2 Side Rakes for Sale; cheap.—Robt. Williams & Sons, Ltd, Hay. 678 Lost and Found. LOST, from Kennels, Brecon, Foxhound Bitch; JLj colour, white and tan. Finder rewarded.909p LOST, middle of May, Ewe and Lamb; Ewe .LJ ear-marked wool lost except from hip3; Lamb pitched with sugar nipper both sides; lame when last seen.-Davit s, Post Office, Painscastle. 869p LOST, from LlandUo Graban Hill, since June, I two Welsh Ewes and one Lamb, ewes pitched W circle above, raddled over loins and down to tail punch, hole in left ear hole in left ear; lamb pitched W" circle above.—W. Wil- liams, Newhouse, Erwood. 696 STRAYED to New House, Llanfaredd, Yearling' Sheep, since May. Owner shall have same by paying expenses.—J. Harley, New House, near Builth. 902p STRAYED to Trawscoed, Llanbedr, CrickhoweU, Mountain Wether, in November; left ear cropped cut in 3, notch under right ear. Owner can have same by paying expenses.—James Price. 867p STRAYED from Scethrog, Welsh Ewe and Lamb; pitched M.W.; 5 on rump.—Williams. 873p STRAYED to Lloyd, Llanfechan, Garth, Brecon- t3 shire, last December, Radnor Ewe since yeaned lamb. Owner can have same on paying expenses. 882p STRAYED to Tvlellwyd, Llanfrynach, Cardie Ewe; ear mark, mark slope above left, spittle under right ear. If not claimed within 21 days will be sold.—Mrs Davies. 898p STRAYED from Llwynon, Trecastle, a Cardie Ewe and Lamb; left ear, middle cut off; spade slit over right ear; two raddle strokes on back -Thomas Morgan. 897p Miscellaneous. ALL Customers can be assured of Highest A. Quality and Lowest Prices; special attention given to Rail Orders a trial solicited.—Howard Evans, Wholesale Fruiterer & Potato Merchant, Alexandra Road, Swansea. 893p FLEAS, MOTHS, LICE. BUGS, ,BLACK- BEETLES, and all other insects speedily exterminated by using HARRISON'S CIMOBANE, the New Insect Killer. Harmless to animals. In tins, 3d, 6d, and le. Post Id.—Harrison, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agents jor Brecon F. L. Stanton. Builth Wells J. Ward. Knighton: G. M. Perkins, M.P .S. All Chemists. 876p THE Erwood Annual Athletic Sports will be JL held on August 5th, 1914, on the Ground of Erwood Hall. Entries close August 1st. 881p S PORTING-To Let, 800 acres fur and feather- Apply, Phillips, Castleddu, Sennybridge. 687 TACK To Let in Radnorshire for about 12 cattle, _L for 3 months plenty grass, shade, and water. —For terms apply in writing to Box 875p, Ex- Pless" Office, Brecon. C OAL -Truck -loads at wholesale prioes for cash; saves shillings per ton; write for deliv- ered prices.—Boston's Colliery Offices, Birming- ham. 683 e e e e 2 » 'r P4 THE HIGH CLA.SS g GROCERS. g i', 4 Etablished ] 858. 8 9 ? I SPECIAL LINEO Z SPECIAL LINE. G ——————— ? Delicious New Season's I I STRAWBERRY JAM! I m 31b. JAR Is. I 31be JARism G JARS FREE.. lift) —— g ONLY TO BE OBTAINED FROM g The India & China Tea Co., 1 Q Grocers and Provision Dealers, Wine and Spirit Merchuts, Sj> g HIGH STREET, BRECON, | and at HAY, KNIGHTON, LLANDRINDOD WELLS & BUILTH wN? P C €> eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaaaQa THOMAS REES respectfully thanks the Public for their increased support in Seeds and Tillage Implements, and to point out that he is encouraged to Store a good Stock of Harvest Implements, Fittings, Binder Twine, etc. Splendid Stock of Pikles, Rakes, and other Harvesting Tools. Best Quality, Lowest Prices. Orders esteemed, prices on application. S, Ship Street, BRECON. SUMMER GROCERIES. # .=========^========r m Those light dainty things that are essential as food stuffs during the a* t summer those delicate tinned goods that so far surpass meat when the days are warm and the appetite waning-these are the goods that I can confidently it recommend to my customers. ￼ Bottled and tinned fruits and meats, biscuits, etc. Picnic baskets made up. ? I stock the best and sell at the lowest figures.. # BEALE, The Grocer, nr. Llanfaes Bridge, Brecon. jU CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS ANNOUNCEMENTS. EXCURSIONS TO LONDON. ON MONDAYS, AUGUST 10th and 24th, and SEPTEMBER 7th and 21, EXCURSION TICKETS will be issued to LONDON from BRECON for 2, 5 or 8 days. SEASON EXCURSIONS. 3 To. DAY or IesUB. PBBIOD. South Wales Fridaya 8 or 15 days. Liverpool, Maucheater: Leed., Fridays 8 or 15 days. Liverpool, Manchester, Leeds, j Frida*e •• •• 8 Q or 15 d.ays. Birmingham, &e. <18. Scotland Fridays 7 & 17 days. London Every Saturday 8 or 15 „ GRAND RAIL AND COACH TOUR TO ELAN VALLEY and PENYGARREG, passing Oaban Coch and Carreg Ddu, every Week-day, ± from BRECON by the 10 40 a.m. train. Third Class throughout Fare, for not less than 3 passengers, 6/ EARLY CLOSING EXCURSIONS. EVERY WEDNESDAY, and until further notice, HALF-DAY EXCURSION TICKETS EwiU be issued from BRECON, by the 1.20 p.m. Train, to TALGARTH, BUILTH WELLS, RHAYADER, and Intermediate Stations. For further information respecting the arrangements shewn above, application should be made at any of the Company's Offices or Agencies, or to Mr. Herbert Williams, Superintendent of Line. S. WILLIAMSON, Oswestry, July, 1914. General Manager. rAGIXELINE HERBS cure Indigestion, Bili- 1. ousness, Constipation, Impure Blood, Urine Troubles, Rheumatism and Piles. One Packet, 10d., 3 for 2/—Teague, Station Street, Newport, Mon. 621p ￼ MICE, MOLES, COCKROACHES, and RBERTLES greedily eat HARRISON'S RBLI- ABLB" RAT POISON. Cats and Dogs will not touch it. Vermin dry up and leave no emell. Price, 6d, Is, 2s 3d, and 38 8d. Postage 2d. G. W. HARRISON, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agent for Brecon: F L. Stanton. Hay: J. L. Davies & Son, 7, High Town. Builth Wells: J. Ward, 8, High Street Talgarth David Evans, Grocer, Liverpool Stores. Llandovery: T. Roberts, The Crown Stores. Knighton: G. M. Reruns. Crickhowell :"Vy. H. Kirkland. AllChemista. 098p PA LMISTRY, etc.-Pro&mor Pardoe, Bryngarw, J. The Gro, Builth Wells, advice Warnings, Courtships, Marriage, Professions, Health, Events. Madame Pardoe, Cavendish House, Llandrindod Wells. 908p GALVANIZED CORRUGATED SHEETS- For Excellency of ￼ Quality and Durability. BUY THE ??B? BRAND and for Good ￼ Value in and for Good Value in Galvanised Agricultural Feeding Requisites and Wire Netting, ask for LYSAGHT'S VAIr]g. Catalogues and Articles are supplied by any Iron- monger or Agricultural Implement Dealer. bUtS
——»»■ T-—^ n-n-i Births, Marriages, Deaths, In fflemoriam, &e. ♦ It is our desire that our column of notices under the above heading should be valuable to all our readers. Notioea are inserted at the minimum rate of 1. for 20 words and sixpence foreaoh ad- ditional ten words or pert of ten words, and must be prepaid. Unless prepaid they are charged at the rate of 2s6d per insertion. ÂOKNQWLEDGEMENTS writi be charged at same Rate. No notices of this description wil be insert- ed unless authenticated by the name and addrects of the sender. The latest time for receiving notices for the Radnor Ebcpreas" is Tuesday noon, and for the "Brecon and Bladnor EirprefiB" Wednesday noon.
I THE RADNOR EXPRESS
THE "RADNOR EXPRESS." It has been brought to ouir notice that some of our readers in Radnorshire ask for the Brecon and Radnor Express" instead of the "Radnor Express," whiclt, of course, oon- tains the fall Radnorshire news items. Whilst the Builth edition of the "Breoon and Rad- nor Express" contains all t.hEJ Radnorshire news of interestis to Wye Vallev readers, the full Radnorshire newls appear. omly in the "Radnor Express." Readers in Radnorshire are urged to ask for the "Radnor Express."
UNIVERSAL -CAR A cheap Car ? Yes, but not in appearance, nor in quality of material, nor in manner of construction. In first cost and running cost and cost of maintenance, the FORD is infinitely cheaper than any other car of its power and capacity. But don't buy a Ford solely because it is cheap. Buy it just because it is good. 450,000 FORD CARS already sold during the life of the Ford organisation. Runabout 2125. Touring Car, £135. Town Car. £180. RtCH & SONS Brecon v Tel. 28. RICH & SONS, Brecon, RICH, BRECON. 1-, OUR EXHIBITION OF I PIANOS ORGANS Includes Models by the greatest British and Foreign Houses, such as PIANOS by BRINSMEAD, CHAPPELL, OOLLARD, HOFFMAN, LIPP 4 SOHN, ROGERS & SONS, WALDBERG, etc., etc. ORGANS by BELL ORGAN Co., MASON A HAMLIN, FARRAND, KARN, etc., etc. Sole Agents for ANGELUS PLAYER PIANOS, AUTO-PIANOS, DUALANOS, Etc. DALE, FORTY & Co., Ltd., t High Street a Castle t j Arcade, CARDIFF. t Also at Cheltenham, fe'rm'gh'm, Ac w NO PRELIMINARY FEES. GEORGE PAYNE & SONS, 7. KING STREET, HEREFORD, and 5, TOWN WALIS, SHREWSBURY, are prepared to make PRIVATE ADVANCES (from A10 upwards) ON SIMPLE PROMISSORY NOTE. Now lending OVER £ 80,000 per annum, and have been ESTABLISHED OVER 40 YEARS. N.B.—The above firm have received unsolicited letters of thanks from hundreds of borrowers. Extracts (without writers' names) from MOBB THAN 1,900 of such letters have been printed in pam- phlets, issued annually for the last 16 years. Specimen copies of these may be had, post free, on application. 1870p HAVE YOU SEEN IT? THE NEW XL." PATENT VACUUM GLEANER. Easy Working. Powerful Vacuum, and great suction. Prices', complete with fittings: A2 5s., £ 2 10?., £ 3 3s., Y,4 4s., and upwards. Free demonstrations arranged at customers' own residences on receipt of post card or 'phone message. G. R. EDWARDS, COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS, ABERGAVENNY. 'Phone No. 52. J. L. PRICE'S GREAT CLEARANCE SALE Of SUMMER WEAR NOW ON. AFTER SEASON'S STOCK To be Oleared. I GREAT BARGAINS. I Immense Reductions. Opposite the Market, HIGH STII BRECON. Opposite the Market, HIGH ST., BRECON. THE TWELFTH. LLANDRINDODWELLS CONVENTION ——— FOR THB ——— Deepening of Spiritual Life AXJGrXJST 3rd to 7th (inclusive), 19 L4. Chairman and Convener MR. ALBERT A. HEAD. The following SPEAKERS are expected to take part j Rev. the Hon. W. Talbot Rice, M.A., j (Swansea) Rev. W. Y. Fullerton, (London). Rev. Keri Evans, M.A. (Carmarthen). Rev. W. W. Lewis (Swansea). Rev. R. B. Jones (Ynysbir). Rev. W. Griffith Thomas, D.D., of Wycliffe College, Toronto, Canada. Rev. W. S. Jones (Llwynpia). Rev. O. M. Owen (Birkenhead). Rev. J. Rhys Davies (Bradford). Mrs. Albert A. Head, and others. The Meetings will be held in the Convention Tent, situate in Dyffryn Road. Full particulars from the Local Secretory, H. D. PHILLIPS, The Yista, Llandrindod Wells. r656 PIANOFORTE. NEW EXHIBITION MOPEla. IRON FRAME. CHECK ACTION. TRICHORD FULL COMPASS. WALNUT CASE. SCONCES. GUARANTEED 10 YEARS. NET CASH £16. We are satisfied with a VERY SMALL PROFIT." Heins & Co., Ltd., Breeon