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M. Davies & Son, London House, Talgarth, ——— Hold an EXCELLENT ASSORTMENT of SPECIALLY SELECTED LINES for XMAS AND NEW YEAR GIFTS. GLOVES, HOSE, BLOUSES, FANCY LINENS, UMBRELLAS, &c. t CAREFULLY CHOSEN GIFTS FOR SOLDIERS AND SAILORS. BEST POSSIBLE VALUE. BUY EARLY. Here are some of the Comforts your "Boys in Khaki" or "■ Lads in Blue will appreciate: W SEND YOUR PRESENTS EARLY TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT. Woollen -A,lulffers, Mittens, Warm oc;=t:l:erts, Body Belts, M Handerchiefs, zoet?k xt? Pants an d Vests. H E U N I V E R'S A LCA, Industry depends upon efficient transport. Horse shortage and other factors have reduced efficient transport to a matter of motor haulage on the road And that's where the Ford Delivery van comes in to Such good purpose that it may justly be regarded as the one indispensably necessary adj unct of commerce to-day. 20 H.P. Efficiently equipped-Steel Panelled body with double doors at rear. Extreme height floor to roof 52in., extreme width 51 in., length .behind driver 50 in., width of well 35 in. Price (at Works, Manchester) R130. For fuller particulars and demonstration apply to :— HICH & SONS, Motor Engineers, Tel. 23, BRECON. NO PRELIMINARY FEES. jyOHEY LENT pRIVATELY In large or small Sums (not less than;CIO), ON BORROWER'S OWN PROMISSORY NOTE. ESTABLISHED 46 YEARS, And now Lending UPWARDS OF X,80,000 ANNUALLY. Prospectuses, Terms for Advanoes, or any information desired, will be supplied, freo of chargo, on application either personally or by letter to GEORCE pAYNE & SONS, J 7, KING STREET, HEREFORD; or 5, TOWN WALLS, SHREWSBURY. Established 1870. Private Cash Loans. WE will advance £10 to X5,000 to Householders, Tradesmen, Clergy and Professional gentlemen by post or interview. WE DO NOT REQUIRE Bondsmen, sureties or security, YOUR WRITTEN PROMISE being sufficient. We are old-established and in a position to quote SATISFACTORY TERMS for LARGE or SMALL SUMS. Why not DEAL DIRECT with the ACTUAL LENDERS? Privacy is thus assured and the charges considerably reduced. Interest from 1/6 in the £ and loans granted from 2 months to 2 years. CHARLES STEVENS, Ltd., Hayes Buildings, Tel. 467. 19, The Hayes, CARDIFF. Important.—Those entitled to money, property or 4ncomes under wills, settlements, legacies, can have advance arranged from £6 per R100 per annum. Interest payable yearly, principal remaining any number of years. 1171P Loans by Post. I BE CAREFUL WHERE YOU BORROW. I lend money on the following terms £10 Loan repay J612 for 12 months. X50 Lown repay X60 for 12 months. Other amounts in proportion. Special terms to Farmers. Write in strict confidence to the actual lender, A. D. DENNY, I 6 & 7, FALL MALL, MANCHESTER. ￼ |gi ￼ ￼ ￼ Our portrait is of Mrs Cook, of 5, Justice Street, Aberdeen, who writes "I have been a great sufferer from Lumbago and Rheumatism for the last ten years. Some months ago I was told by a Mr F. Butterfield what 'Clarke's Blood Mixture' had done for him, so' I started with it, and had not finished one bottle before I was able to go about again. I have now had four bottles. I am 46. I cannot be too thankful that I ever started 'Clarke's Blood Mixture.' It is never out of the house, and if any of the children are ill I give them a short course of it. It gives them a good appetite for their food." ARE YOU ONE of the many who suffer from Rheumatism, or Lumbago, or Sciatica, or Gout, of Gouty Exzema, &c.? If so, don't waste time on outward applications, which can but give tem- porary relief. What you want is a medicine that will free the blood of the poisonous matter (excess Uric Acid) which alone is the true cause of all your suffering. Clarke's Blood Mixture is composed of ingredients which quickly expel from the blood all impurities from whatever cause aris- ing, a.nd by rendering it clean and pure can be relied on as a safe and lasting remedy. Clarke's Blood Mixture, CURES ALL SKIN & BLOOD DISEASES. Of all Chemists and Stores, 2/9 per bottle.
FARMERS' COLUMN. Mr Moseley was one of the largest buyers at Builtii X'mas Live Stock Show, conducted by Mr J. A. Evans (auctioneer). Radnorshire's population" during the past 40 years, decreased by over 2,000, and, in the same period, Llandrindod's population increased by over 2,000. New Radnor market, on Thursday, was characterised by an average supply. Eggs were scarce, and sold at 3d each. Quotations at Erwood market, on Thursday, were as follow:-Eggs, 4 for 1/ butter, 1/8 per lb.; chickens, 1/2; ducks, 1/2; geese, 1/1; turkeys, 1/3; and rabbits, 1/2 each. Gorse, as fodder, is new to farmers of Wye Valley,, but many years ago half-an-acre or more land, close to a house in Brecon and Radnor, was often sown with gorse seed. Mr David Thomas (agricultural organiser for Brecon and Radnor) emphasises the importance of converting everything possible to the service of the nation, and reminds farmers how wild gorse, growing on the hill- side, could be given to stock when fodder was scarce. Builth market, on Monday, was marked by a small supply, especially of young cattle. Cows and calves were fairly plentiful and made R20 to £ 26. Yearlings fetched up to £14, and barrens, £18. Pigs were dear. No sheep were offered. Prices obtained for a large supply at Rhayader pro- duce market, on Wednesday, were:—Eggs. 4 and 5 for 1/ butter, 1/7 and 1/8 per lb.; fowls, 1/2; live-fowls, 6/- to 7/- per couple; ducks, 1/2 per lb.; rabbits, 1/- to 1/2 each; and hares, 3/- to 3/6. Knighton market prices on Thursday were:—Eggs, 4 for 1/ fowls, 4/6 to 5/- per couple; chickens. 5/- to 7/6: geese (live), Sid to 9d per lb.; turkeys, 1/1 per 11). pheasants, 7/- to 8/- per brace; rabbits, 2/4 to 2/6 per couple; hares, 3/- to 3/6 each. There was a limited supply (especially of turkeys), but a large demand. There was a large supply and brisk demand at Hay X'mas live market onu Thursday. Attendance was large. Prices obtained were: -Eggs, 4 for 1/ butter, 1/8 per ))).: fowls, 6/6 to 7/6 per couple; trussed ditto, J/2 per lb.; geese, 1/3; turkeys, 1/4 to 1/6; ducks, 1/2; rabbits, 1/2 each; and hares, 3/- to 3/6. Prices in Builth produce market, on Monday, ranged :— Eggs, 4 jfor 1/ butter, 1/7 and 1/8 per lb.; fowls (alive), ft to lOd; dressed ditto, 1/1 and 1/2; rabbits, 1/2 each; live ducks, lOd per lb.; dressed ditto. 1/3; live turkeys, 1/3; dressed ditto, 1/4d; live geese. lOd; and dressed ditto, 1/1. There was a large supply and early clearance at Presteign X'mas live poultry market on Wednesday. Demand was brisk and attendance, average. Ruling quotations were :-Eggs, 4 for 1/ butter, 1/8 per lb.; fowls, 5/- to 8/- per couple; trussed ditto. 1/2 per lb.; turkeys, 1/1; pheasants, 7/- to 8/- per brace; chickens, 1/2 per lb.; rabbits, 1/2 each; and hares, 3 No geese nor ducks were on offer.
Christmas Carols FOR BLIND SOLDIERS. Rock Baptist Choir has formed itself into a Carol Party, with a view to raising funds on behalf of Sir Arthur Pearson's Fund for Blind Soldiers. They have already made a successful tour in their own neigh- bourhood and propose visiting Llandrindod Wells this week. The president of the committee is Mr G. Morgan; vice-president, Miss F. Pinches: secretary. Mr J. Mills; and the treasurer and choirmaster, Mr Owen Jones.
Smart Well Cut BREECHES is a Necessity. 4 WRITE FOR PKTTEIINS-POST FREE. ▲ —— MODERATE CHARGES. —- WE MAKE A SPECIAL STUDY OF BREECHES MAKING. CUT AND MADE ON THE PREMISES. ♦ ONLY EXPERT WORKMEN KEPT. ♦ Morgan & Lewis, TAILORS, BRECON. !!J!N!!? !!ftB?SS! THEREALWELSHCURE ??9?9?? IhayIms I g n?a sv!?tR ? I 1 ??JI?I?S B?? ? a??tT??W? ??T ????S ? Invaluable in the Nursery ??at ? Bottles 1/3 and 3 ?M ? Of all Chemists an d Stores. BStt
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I 40 Years Clerk. I I DEATH OF MR. G. M. JARMAN, RHAYADER. I Rhayader heard with sorrow of the passing of one of its best inhabitants in Mr George M. Jarman, who. died on Saturday morning, the 9th inst., aged 71 years, at the abode of his esteemed sister and brother-in-law, Mr and Mrs Price, Rhayader House. He was interred in Rhayader churchyard on Thursday. The Rev. George Roberts, vicar, officiated both at the house—where the hvrun, "Jesu, Lover of my soul," «as impressively sung, find at the church and graveside. His gentle and genial I personality will be greatly missed by the town, where he had held high positions for many years. He was 40 years clerk to the Board of Guardians and District Council. A large' number assembled at the house. The cortege was led by the clergy and ministers of the var- ious denominations, and then followed representatives of public bodies. The chief mourners were Mr and Mrs Price, Miss Price, Miss H. Price, Miss M. Price, Miss Rita Price (sister and brother-in-law and nieces), Rhaya- der House; Mr and Mrs C. Edwards (sister and brother- in-law), Leominster; Mr T. Hughes, Hereford, Mr E. W. Hughes, Miss S. M. Hughes, Rhayader, Mr and Mrs Jarman, Cefnceido (cousins), besides many other more distant relations and friends, among whom were Mr H. V. Vaughan, Rev. W. E. Prickard, J.P.. Aid. R. Mor- ,,an, J.P., -Nir li. P. LeA,is, .].P., C.C., -Nlr R. Hughes, C.C., Mr O. J. R. Owen, Bank, Mr W. R. Jones, Mr J. Jones, agent. The hearers were Mr B .P. Lewis, Mr E. Price, Nantgwyn (representing the Board of Guardians and District Council), Mr L1. Davies, Mr W. Bowen Hamer (representing the public), Mr D. Jones and Mr John Jones (representing the old volunteers, of which the late Mr Jarman held the long service medal). The coffin was supplied by Mr W. Jones.
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I Deeds Not Words. I BRECON PEOPLE MUST HAVE BRECON PROOF. It's not words but deeds that prove true merit. The deeds of Doan's Pills for Brecon kidney suf- ferers have made their reputation in this town. Proof- lies in the testimony of Brecon people. Here is one more such case, with five years to prove it. On October 27th, 1911, Mr J. E. Lewis, of Cambridge House, nea.r the Schools, Llanfaes, Brecon, said :—"I have had occasional attacks of kidney trouble and bladder weakness for some time. Dull, heavy pains round my back and loins worried mea, good deal, particularly upon rising in the morning. I also had- bad head- j aches and attacks of dizziness. The water was disordered land contained a sediment. J "I tried various medicines, but with only tem- porary 'relief. Then I decided to try Doan's back- ache kidney pills. I had heard of their good quali- ties, and I proved them to be most beneficial. There is no doubt the pills are good for the kidneys, and I can conficlentlyadvise others to, take them. (Signed) J. E. Lewis." On April 10th, 1916—nearly five years later— Mr Lewis said :—"I am enjoying good health, thanks to the benefit I derived from Doan's pills." So many fatal diseases arise from kidney and bladder disorders, that you should begin with Doan's backache kidney piEs as soon as there are any such unmistakable signs of kidney disorder as dropsy, rheumatism, bladder trouble, gravel, dizziness, backache, pain in the loins, &c. Of all dealers, or 2/9 a box, from Foster- j ■McOlellan Co., 8. Wells Street, Oxford Street, Londou, W. Don't ask for backache or kidney pills—.ask distinctly for Doan's backache kidney pills, the same as Mr Lewis had.
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Young Helper's League. I ANNUAL BOX OPENING. I The annual box opening, in connecteion with the CrickhoweH Branch of the Young Helpers' League, of which Mrs J. J. Watkins (Greenhill) is president and secretary, was held at the Percy Davies Institute on Friday. There was a large attendance of junior c om- panions, senior companions and friends, and a splen- did tea was provided them by Mrs Watkins, who has, for many years, done great work in the district for Pro Barnardo's Homes. £i 5s was the total amount collected by the children, and the collector with the highest amount, Lizzie Ralph (High Street), £1 11s Id, was given a prize of 2/6, Nita Rowland came second with 21 7s 5d, and was awarded 2/ both prizes being given by Mrs Watkins. Subscriptions, &c., realised several pounds, and it is anticipated that a larger sum than usual will he sent to the Barnardo's Homes. Silver hadges were awarded to Junior Companions Nita Rowland (daughters of Rev. E. Rowland), A. Howat (Wernbutler) and Beatrice Lewis (Prisk). A large num- her of garments are being sent to the Homes. Votes of thanks were accorded the officers.
XMAS PRESENTS FOR THE FORCES I
XMAS. PRESENTS FOR THE FORCES. I Send your soldier friends a pudding made with "ATORA" Shredded Beef Suet. Requires no chopping and makes the best puddings and mince- meat. British Made and owned. Your Grocer sells it.-lj- per 1 lb., and 6d per J lb. boxes.
Defynock Funeral. THE LATE MRS RHYS WILLIAMS. The mortal remains of Mrs Williams, Tegfan, Devynock, the esteemed wife of the Rev. Rhys -Wil- liams, Congregational minister, were laid to rest on the 4th inst. The deceased lady had been ailing for some months, so that, despite her usual healthy ap- pearance, the end, which came on the 28th ult. was not altogether unexpected. She was a well-known figure in the neighbourhood, having spent the whole of her married life on the beautiful banks of the Usk and the Senny. She was the daughter of Mr Jonah Jones, Brynbrain, Cwnillynfell, and thus hailed from a family which, for generations, had proved to be a pillar of Congregationalism. In other ways, too, the family is a noted one, one of the best known medical practitioners in Glamorganshire, Dr. Evan Jones, Aberdare, being a first cousin of the late Mrs Williams. And the scores of relatives who came from all parts to pay their last tokens of respect to Mrs Williams included men and women who hold high positions in business; public life, no leEls than in religious and church work. A large number of ministers' and laymen, as well as the inhabitants of the neighbourhood, formed an imposing and representative concourse outside the home of sor- row. A keen north-westerly wind spared no one in its penetrating attention-a worthy symbol of the angel of death. But the warm sunshine which curbed its elfects set our minds thinking of the Christian hope afterwards to be beautifully outlined by Professor John Evans at the service at Brychgoed. The Professor, an old friend of the family and a great favourite with Mrs Williams, had charge of the proceedings. At the house Scripture was read by the Rev. Gomer Harries (Llangynidr), and a beautiful prayer offered by the Rev. R. J. (Llangynidr), Williams (Plough, Brecon). Outside, the Rev. T. Gwydrim Davies (Tredustan) gave out the well- known Welsh hymn, "Ymano wnaf a'r babell," etc. In addition to those already mentioned we noticed in the funeral procession the Revs. Owen Evans (Sennybridge), the Vicar of Devynock, Williams (C.M., Trecastle), D. Lloyd (Cwmfhos), W. M. Saer (Pennorth), Professor Joseph Jones, Lewis Beynon (Builth) and Lewis Jones (Abercrave), Messrs. Jenkin Williams, J.P., Levi Jones, C.C., D. Havard, E. Thomas (Bailea), D. Havard, D. Morgan (Brecon), W. J. Price (Pontwilym), Mrs and Miss Jessie Miller (Forest Lodge), Mrs Price and Mr D. Price (Nantyrharn), etc. The deacons of Tabernacle acted as bearers, and at the graveyard the body was conveyed by the deacons of Brychgoed. The service at Brychgoed was intro- duced by the Rev. W. M. Saer, who read portions of Scripture, prayer being offered by Professor Jones. Professor Evans followed with a touching and inspir- ing address upon the verse, "Wherefore comfort one another with these words." After a masterly exposition of the meaning of death in the light of Christianity, in which it was shown that the withdrawal of God's people beyond the veil should cause no unreasonable sorrow, Mr Evans bore a striking testimony, based upon a long and close personal knowledge, to the departed lady. Her strong faith, her Christian fortitude in the face of illness and death, her loyalty to her family and her success in building for her husband, God's minister, a happy Christian home-all were deftlv touched ::pon. This beautiful address must have acted as a healing balm in the open wound caused by death in the hearts of Mr Williams and his sorrowful chil- dren. At the graveside an address was delivered in English by the Rev. Lewis Beynon, and in Welsh by the Rev. Lewis Jones (Abercrave), an old friend, he being the officiating minister at Mrs Williams's wedding at Pontardawe Chapel in 1883. Prayer was offered by the Rev. D. Lloyd (Cwmrhos) and the resurrection hymn given out by the Rev. Owen Evans (Sennybridge). Great sympathy is felt with Mr Williams, who, after a happy married life thirty-three years long, is now left bereav- ed, the only daughter, whose high character, tender- ness and adherence to duty, are admired by all her friends, and the two sons, who occupy important posit- tioiis-tlie one beyond the hordeI' and the other across the sea. The three children are a fitting monument to their mother's sacrifices and will prove to be an increas- ing source of strength to their father in his lonely sorrow. Many friends had sent their floral tributes and a large number of letters of sympathy were re- ceived from far and near, among which may be in- cluded those from the Revs. Silyn Evans (Aberdare), J. J. Williams (Morriston), Ben Davies (Panteg), H. A. Davies (Aberdare, R. James (Llanwrtyd), D. Bowen (Hermon). J. Volander Jones, D. A. Griffith, C.C., (Garth), D. Miall Edwards, M.A. (Brecon), Richard Wil- liams (Aberdare), R .E. Peregrine, B.D. (Rhymney), H. Jeffreys (Abercynon). D. Phillips (Treharris). T. L. Davies (Cwmparc). W. Jones (Glasbury), D. J. Jones (Cwmllynfell) and E. T. Parry (Erwood), Dr. W. Black Jones, J.P. (Builth). Mr Sidney Robinson, M.P., and Mr J. Towyn Jones, M.P. Excellent preparations had been made for the needs of friends from a distance, and Mr Jenkin Williams, assisted by several kind friends, entertained a large number to lunch and tea at the Mill. •
IBuilths Christmas Show
Builth's Christmas Show. SOME CREDITABLE EXHIBITS. THE AWARDS. The fifth annual fat-stock show was held in the Smith- field, Builth Wells, on Monday, when several first class animals were brought into the showyard, proving that the district farmers were*'able to turn out stock, that would do credit to any show. Secretarial duties were ably discharged by Mr J. A. Evans. (auctioneer, Builth Weils) who also was the chief promoter and who stimu- lated farmers to feed for competition by offering special prizes and silver cups. This year's judges were Aid. T. Lewis (Aberdare) and Mr J. W. Jones (Sheephouse). Awards were Cla&& I.-For he?t fat beast (compe- tition open to farmers whose rent was over VGO per an- num): 1st, Messrs. W. and G. Webh (Cilmery Farm); 2nd, Mr Reginald Powell (Noyadd, Rhosferig); 3rd and 4tli prizes, divided between Messrs. W. and G. Webb and Mr O. W. Davies (Aberduhonwy). The 3rd and 4th prizes were given by the judges. Class 2.—For best fat beast (confined to farmers of under R60 rental): '1st, Mr J. Wi-ale Llangan- ten); 2nd, Mr Lewis (Bedwhir, Gwenddwr); and 3rd, Mr Luther Jones (Pantyrwyn, Erwood). Cia.ss 3.—For best pen of ten fat- wethers (open to farnwrs whose annual rental exceeded k-CO per annum): lst, Messrs. W. and G. Wehb (Cilmery farm): 2nd, Mr J. G. Jones (Bryutwppa); and 3rd, Mr O. W. Davies (Aberduhonwy). Class 4.-For best pen of five fat wethers (confined to farmers whose rental was under £ 60 per year): 1st, Mr Meredith (Llwynpenfain); and 2nd, Mr Jones (Blaen- henllan). Class 5.—For best four porks: 1st, Mrs .T. A. Evans (Ysciog, Builth Wells); 2nd, Mr Powell (Tylanhaulog, Erwood); and 3rd, Mrs Edwards (Park Farm). Messrs. W. and J. Webb were awarded three special prizes, offered by Messrs. J. Bibby and Sons, Ltd. through their representative, Mr J. S. Davies (Silver- dale, Builth Wells), and, also. the silver cup, given by Mr John A. Evans (auctioneer). Mr T. Hanley's spec- ial prize was also won by Messrs. W. and G. Webb. The cup, given by Mr J. A. Eavns in class 2, was won by Mr John Weale (Tynpant). and the cup, given joint- ly by Mr J. A. Evans and Mr Morris Williams (Builth Wells), was also won by Messrs. W. and G. Webb. After the show the stock was put up for sale by Mr J. A. Evans and over 200 sheep were sold. Nearly all the fat cattle were also disposed of. The sheep realis- ed from 35/- to 67/6; cattle, R25 to £ 37; and porkers, t3 17s 6d to £5 6s. Following the show and sale an excellent dinner was provided at .the Swan Hotel. There was a large at- tendance of local farmers and butchers. Mr T. S. Hamer presided. All the butchers delivered short speeches and Aid. Thomas Lewis, speaking on behalf of the judges, explained that the quality of the fat stock was becoming more superior every year. The ani- mals exhibited that day showed a marked improvement on last year's stock. Mr Howard Moseley (Penybont) was-the largest buyer, and each of the local butchers also purchased some of the stock.
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Death of Nurse ftott. I OI«HTON'S DEEP REGRET. I The inhabitants of the Krughton district will learn with deep sorrow that Nurse Nott, Station Road, Knighton, passed away on the 9th inst., after a long and painful illness. The gap. caused by this sad event, will be most difficult to fill. as all will agree who knew her. She was an active, quiet, but cheer wom- an. who did a va.st amount of good work, did it well, and had won the esteem and confidence of her fellow-towns- people, while to the cottager she was a boon. It will be remembered that, a few years ago, Mr Nott (hus- band of the deceased), who was an employee of the L. & N. W. Railway Co., was. accidentally killed, leaving a young widow and three little daughters, and we feel sure that the deep sympathy, then so widely expressed, is even more widely felt to-day. The funeral took place on Wednesday afternoon.
XOH! DEAR DOCTOR! ￼ ?f STOP ONE MOMENT. ?t ￼ MUST MY DARLING DIE? x THERE IS VERY LITTLE HOPE, BUT TRY TUDOR WILLIAMS9 PATENT BALSAM OF HONEY. WHAT IS ITS TUDOR WILLIAMS' PATENT BALSAM OF HONEY Is an essence of the purest and most efficacious herbs, gathered on the Welsh hills and valleys in the proper season, when their virtues are in full perfection, and combined with pure Welsh Honey. All the ingredients are perfectly pure. WHAT IT DOES? TUDOR WILLIAMS' PATENT BALSAM OF HONEY Cures Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, Whooping Cough, Croup, and all disorders of the Throat, Chest, and Lungs. Wonderful Cure for Children's Coughs after Measles. It is invaluable to weak-chested men, delicate women and children. It succeeds where all other re- medies fail. Sold by all Chemists and Stores in 1/li, 2/9, and 4/6 bottles. Sample bottles sent by post for 1/3, 2/9 and 5/ Great savings by purchasing larger size bottle. WHAT IT HAS DONE FOR OTHERS! A Stipendary and Magistrate in the County of Glamor- gan remarks:- "I feel it my duty to inform you that I have been using your Tudor Williams' Balsam of Honey in my family, which is a large one, for many years, and have proved its great value. having used nothing else for Cough during Measles, Whooping Cough, and Bronchitis, and can highly recommend it to all parents for such complaints. YOU NEED NOT SUFFER! Disease is a sin, inasmuch that if you act rightly, at the right time, it can, to a great extent, be avoided. Here is the preventative. The first moment you start with sore throat, take a dose of TUDOR WILLIAMS' PATENT ¡ BALSAM OF HONEY. It has saved thousands! It will save you. It is pre- pared by a fully qualified chemist, and is, by virtue of its composition, eminently adapted for all cases of Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, etc.; it exercises a distinct influence upon the mucous lining of the throat, windpipe, and small air vessels, so that nothing but warmed pure air passes into the lungs. THE CHILDREN LIKE IT, It's the product of the Honeycomb chemically treated to get the best results. THEY ASK FOR IT! So different from Most Medicines. Nice to take. Cures Quickly. For vocalists and public speakers it has no equal. It makes the voice as clear as a bell. Be not deceived. The popularity of Tudor Williams' Patent Balsam of Honey has resulted in many imitations being placed on the market. When buying, therefore, see that the name TUDOR WILLIAMS is on each bottle, and refuse any preparation advanced as being "Just as good," or "A little cheaper." Insist on Tudor Williams' BALSAM OF HONEY. Manufacturer: D. TUDOR WILLIAMS, MEDICAL HALL, ABERDARE. LOCAL AGENTS.—Messrs. W. Tudor, Charles and GwiUim, J. C. B. Morris, Chemists, Brecon; G. M. Perkins, Chemist, Knighton; T. A. Coltman, Chemist, Builth Wells; D. I. Williams, Chemist, Llanwrtyd Wells; W. Thomas, Chemist, Talgarth. bll6/216
I Sennybridge Show
I Sennybridge Show. I X'MAS FAT STOCK. The X'mas fat stock show and sale conducted by Messrs. David and W. J. Price, auctioneers, Brecon, at the Sennybridge Auction Mart on Tuesday was remark- ably successful. Some excellent animals were exhibited and record prices were obtained. The whole arrangements were in the hands of the hon. .secretary (Mr W. Williams, Bryncelyn), who was inde- fatigable in his efforts to make the show and sale a The judges were Messrs. Llewelyn Hunkin, Neath; Mathias Stephens, Swansea; H. Clifford, Brecon; and J. Williams, Alexandra Road, Merthyr. Their awards were as follow:- Cattle. Fat I)ullock.-I, J. Thomas, Camnant; 2. J. Thomas, Nantmadog. Fat heifer.-l, John Thomas, Camnant; 2, Walter Evans, Bailybedw; r. E, Jones. Penvbont. Fat cow.-l. D. T. Jeffreys, Camden; 2, Owen Price, Nantyrharn and T. Morgan, Bailea. Pair fat cattle.-I, J .Thomas, Camnant; 2, J. The. mas. Nantmadog. Champion beast.—J. Thomas, Camnant. Shsep. Ten fat la.mbs.-1. D. Powell, Abersevin; 2. D. Tho- mas, Nantmadog. Ten fat wethers.-I, W. S. Miller; 2 and 3, E. P. Joaes. Wernflgan. Pigs. Three porkers.-I. Edward Jones, Penybont; 2, Ed. Thomas, Bailea. Poultry. Couple of geese.—1, Mrs Morgan, Bailea. Couple of turkeys.—1, Rees Davies, Rhydowen; 2, Mrs Roberts, Gilfaeh. Couple of ducks.-l, Mrs Morgan, Bailea. In the sale which followed the champion beast in the yard was sold to Mr W. H. Hunkin, Neath, for £49, and the remainder made from £3; to £ 40. Sheep made from 51/- to 58/ those of Mr W. S. Miller fetching the latter price. Porkers made 95/
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