Collection Title: Brecon & Radnor express Carmarthen and Swansea Valley gazette and Brynmawr district advertiser
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￼ for Quotations ?m £ .RADNORSHIRE COAL ETC., ??? ., LTD. Ask for Quotations from FEED.M STFULFOFUSR.. n 1> x <:> n s I n cc? I TC. J O. J TD. th e neares t 0 fnt Branohes, MANURES. After fifty-one years of trading throughout Mid-Wales, the Company are continually increasing their circle of regular customers. They pride themselves on retaining a reputation for Straightforward LINE. Trading. Are you buying from us ? There's a Reason for the extensive business we transact. Telephones 7, Knighton 52, Llandrindod Wells; 24, Llanidloes. or Head Office, Knighton. I f Pure Fleecy Wool Pure Fleecy Wool /?< Flannel Shirts. t?? Your Special Attention please.—Now is your $ ? ? VERY BEST time to procure new Flannel Shirts.. y ,t< Select what you require from this Stock of hundreds upon v l»\ f hundreds of these garments. They are here in all t'< V j ? weights, shapes, and sizes, and v> ill protect you from '? ? \u\ ? chills and give you an extraordinary amount of com f ort ?v?? ?J? and good wear without s h r i n k a g e. THESE have been M??/ (jt? advantageously purchased, and are t h ere f ore specially jlftoXr Flannel English Flannel Shirts, all wool, 5/6 to 7/11. ffwOk y ￼ L Boys' prices in proportion. OUR SPECIALITY.—The Heaviest All Wool Shirts ever sold in a shop, 7/11. OUR SPECIALITY.—The Heaviest All Wool Shirta ever sold in a shop, 7/11. TFi r?-M'Bi'Mm-?????? -?? TltTi LtjtoeP pis« opposite 1 W BRECOIjX Ih?e Monument ￼ ?**??" BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB I ..& .A., ( I | ? ?ARRATT? ? j I BOO-T???E? m æ High Street and Free Street, m I | High Street and Free Street, | I ERECON"- I Es æ I II XTfTE hold a large STOCK of Coloured Satin Bedroom Slippers from 2/6, B I ffl Also Coloured Satin Dress Shoes from 6/11. Evening Shoes from S- I 2/6 to 18/6. i I — ffl A Large Variety of Ladies' & Gents' Footwear. I æ m æ æ | Agent for Mocassin, Holdfast, Queen Carol, and [g S Salon Boots and Shoes. This Christmas let your Gift be one that you can Wear. D. MORGAN & LEWIS, HigH street. I ALL DEPARTMENTS are now replete with all the newest and | Up-to-date Presents, both Useful and Ornamental. Here you may obtain presents for all, at just the price you wish —— to pay. —— Ladies' Wear, Gents' Wear, Soldiers' Comforts, Children's Wear, Home Furnishing, and every other Novelty of the Reason, and every price is a bargain. MM/219 ) JOHNSTON f FOR BRITISH GROWN BULBS AND FLOWER ROOTS. IKEWflS jiD OTHER FLORAL DESIGNS. 227, OXFORD STREET, SWANSEA. Telephone, 567 Central. bl77/217 Hampton Grammar School, GLASBURY-ON-WYE. Principal: Rev. D. C. Lloyd. Classics, Mathematics, Civil Service, Short- hand, Typewriting, Commercial Tuition, Mnmc. PapHa highly mooe88ful at London, Oxford 0.?.?e,* and Wales Universities. Also in all public exams. For prospectus apply- Bev. D. C. LLOYD, Olaabnry-on-Wye The next School Term will commence on Tuesday, 9tfo January, 1917. THOMAS & ADCOCK FOR X'MAS NOVELTIES. >000< fWorkbaskets, Glove boxes, Tidies, &c., &c., dirt ?? Covered Chintz—Acceptable Presents. j? I Fancy Linens.—Tea-Clothes, Table Centres, ?J) I ￼ Duchess Set (Embroidered & Hem-stitched). a t Handkerchiefs of every description. ?t? Gloves, Umbrellas, Firs, and Scarves. ?/? —————————— » 'Call!: — < —————————— TMONtS & ÐeOe, WARWICK HOUSE, BRECON. M. m :1; m ItIE!@ 11 Ips, 1, 1f1 Green Dragon Temperance Hotel, OREGON, FOR CMISTNtS CAKES. ? Peters', Cadbury's, Nestles', Gailler's and yR qJv ^ownfree's Chocolates. Tom Smith's Christmas Crackers. SWEETS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, II CATERING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. 1279p I BUTTER AT FAMINE PRICES I and still Calves are being Reared on New Milk JBIBBY'S I "Cream Equivalent" (22/6 per cwt. Carriage paid nearest Station). I Used with Skim or Separated Milk. Will Rear Calves quite as Strong and Healthy as those reared on New Milk. Send for Booklet, Rearing Calves on Gruel," to J. S. DAVIES., I SUverdale, Bulith Wells. Á THE DANCER TO DOGS. THE Government is considering what shall be T done to reduce the number of dogs in towns. Hasty and ill-considered action may lead to great suffering to dogs and much sorrow to those who love them. Please write at once to the President of the Board of Trade, WhitehallTS.W and your M.P., urging that before any action is taken full enquiry should be made and the views of dog-owners and their organisations be obtained. THE NATIONA], CANIXF, DEFENCE LEAGUE, 27 Regent St., S. W. C. R. JOHNS, Secretary. B.R.382/204. THE" DOT" I | TOP OF CASTLE STREET. j I DAINTY DISPLAY OF CHOCOLATES. All C:?