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PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. PREPAID SCALE. The following Scale of Charges secure* the Insertion of the following classes of Advertisements 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 •• •• ￼ S words 1 J 0 ? ? 8 ? 80 words 1 2 8 4 0 Each extra 8 words 0 0 8 1 0 In cases where replies are to be sent to the "Expresi;" 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 per Une per insertion. Marriage Notice, 2/6. Wedding Presents, 2d per line. Birth Notice, 2/6. Notice of Thanks, 2/6. In Memoriam Notice, 2/6. List of Wreaths in Funeral Report, 2d per line. Obituary Notice, 2/6. Notice of Death and Funeral, 2/6. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. The greatest care is taken to insert advertisements on the date and in the position ordered as well as to secure their being correctly printed, but the Proprietor cannot be responsible for inaccuracies in either of these respects, or for any consequences arising there- from. Every care is taken to ensure the prompt Insertion of all advertisements and accurate delivery to advertisers of replies to their advertisements, but the Proprietor does not guarantee the insertion of an advertisement in any specified week, or at all, and will not be liable for any loss occasioned by the failure of an advertisement to appear in any specified week, or at all, from any cause whatever. Advertisements and replies are only accepted subject to the above conditions. SITUATIONS YACANT. A Good general servant wanted, able 'to do plain cooking; also required experienced nurse- maid; references. Jones, Bryu-byfryd. Ta.l- garth. 933/256/7-6 A TTENDANT Nurses. Respectable single women required, of fair education and good height • previous experience unnecessary salary commences at t26, rising after satisfactory service bv annual increments of X2 to X30, and on pro- motion to k50 per annum with board, lodging, washing, and uniform.-Apply, to the Superin- tendent, County Asylum, Prestwich, Manohes- tar. 897/265/7.6 "FAMILY two require respectable General, 20-30, oapablo of ail duties, including plain cooking no washing; good home; very liberal wages offer- ed; references required. Apply-Mrs Maruton, HaJuhaway, Neath. 1773p/12-7 GOOD general wanted, strict cleanliness essen- tial. Apply-Mra Edwards, Plas ￼ Llandrmdod. 933/2.4J7J/a2d1o-c6, LAUNDBYMAID required, to act also as At- tendant wages commence at C25 per am- num, with board, lodging, washing, aM uniform. ￼ to the 8uperi'ntendent, County Asylum, twicb.Ma,noh€ater. 8HH/??&&/??f SAWYER wanted, accustomed to rack and cir- cula.r benoh; permanent work. Ohas. Jenkins and Son, Bridgend, Gla.rn. 1735p/7/6 HPIMBER Hauliers wanted, for about 3,000 larch J- poles, 6 feet average, to Brecon Station, distance about 5miles.-Apply, VhllillIDS and Thorns, Ltd., 32, Stowe Hill, Newport, Mon. .G 926/256/7.6 TOW-heelwri-hts.-Waut,Od a man well up in J- country work.-Watkins, Saw Peaper- gwm, Abergavenny. WANTED.-Platelayers for the Brecon & Mer- thyr Railway. Apply-Foreman, John Davies, Brecon Station. XVAV TANTED General 16 to 18, for farmhouse, able to milk.-Mrs Jones, Glandwr, WgartJ.^ 1701p W ANTED, capable active working bailiff for colliery farm, principally grass; thorough knowledge of homes essential; good commodious house provided. Write, with references, eteting wa<*es required, to the Secretary, The South w £ es Primrose Coal, Co., Ltd., Pontardawe, near Swansea. 862/255 w ANTED workito, Housekeeper, able to milk, one cow kept; small family, father and two aona- good home for suitable person; atag? age ?d wages.-WiU?m Grim.ths. Sterling Keddfa Llangunllo, Radnorshire. V> ? J I Ranted housem?d.—Apply, Jones, Py?ndVu Brecon 888/255 XW XT ANTED immediately, experienced housemaid ??i?ss also general help for private apartments' house.-?pply. Mrs Hughes, The d?nnings. Llandrindod WeUa. 17386p/7/6 -?AN?ED. temporary Junior Clerk, 1un^ der mili- ? tMy age.-Apply by letter only, giving full particulars, and state wage required to the Super- intendent, County Asylmn, Pre&twich^Ianche^ ￼ WANTED Housekeeper ?or farm house, age 30 to 40. Apply- D. Price, IAanerchbeidy, Llangynidr. 17o0p/14-5 WANTED capable Mother's Help, two young children.—Mrs Williams, fruiterer, 8, Ply- mouth Road, Pen^rfeh. 1748p/5-7 W ANTED experienced General; £ 20 rising zC24 to capable girl.—Mrs Wigan, Penair, Whit- church, CaTdiff. 1747p/5-7 W ANTED, a girl for farm-house; age, 15 to -17 M* ts Price, Llanerchcoedllan, Er- wood b909/256/14-6. W ANTED good Shepherd for mountain sheep; house and garden found.-David Davies, Victoria Road, Ebbw Vale. 1754p/14-6 WANTED, good general nurse, housemaid kept. b —Mrs Shingleton Smith, Camden Road, Brecon. 1755p/14-6 WANTED, Cook-General, must have excellent character, good wages. Apply by letter- tMW18S Heins, High Street, Brecon. 1751p/14-6 ANTED an experienced Housemaid, wages, £ 24. Apply-Ma,nageres's, Afan Hotel, liongamm arch Wells. 1761p/14-6 \\T ANTE D.—Managers for several branches m ;Mid-Wales. Men's clothing, tailoring an ?<-6tting (discharged soldiers or ineligible). Also yoaog lady assistants with experience in outfitting. Apply—■ Bradley s, Seller Street, Cheater. 1760p/5-7 WANTED at once Waitress, House-maids and ￼ General. Apply—Miss Sheen, Hotel Plas ^fy-ifiton. Llandrindod Wells. 932/256/21-6 ??ANTED, end of June, experienced Cook- General or working Cook-Housekeeper, and '?u?e-p??j.maid, one who understands waiting ? ta.Me, for country ,near CardiS; small family. r-Mrs 'Sydney Heard, Carlyon. LlandTindod Wells. 1775p/21-6 ANTED, good general, nurse-housemaid kept. -m?rs Sbdngleton Smith, Camden Road, Brecon. 1755p/14-6 WANTED, Hausm&id-Waitress, for small i apartment house; also good General.—Mrs ceo Brighton House, Llandrindod. 939/247/21-6 PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. WANTED, reliable Farm Haulier, able to plough; good thouse and garden (planted), coal.—Apply, gtating wages required and all par- ticulars, to Mr Thomas, Liechwan, nr. Ponty- pridd. 924/256 WAN, TED, boy between 17 and 18, or man (in- eligible) to look after two 'horses and assist with sheep. Apply-J. J. Hope, Llwynderw, Llanw,rtyd Wells. 915/256/14-6 WANTED immediately young girl, able to wait and learn bar work.—Crown Hotel, Builfch Wells. 938/256/7-6 W ANTED strong girl for kitchen; also girl about 15, to train as pantry maid. Mrs Price, Lion Hotel, Builth Wells. 937/256/21-6 TTTANTED Good man for all farm work, wages 40/- per week.—Marchbank, Bevnbach, Tredega.r. 1784p/21-7 WANTED young general; 2 in family no wa ing.-Miss Williams, 52, High Street, Bre- con. b946/256/21-6 SITUATIONS WANTED. TT OUSEKEEPER needs situation in farm -house; '— able to milk; state wages.-1779p-7, Ex- press Office, Brecon. 1779p/7-6 APARTMENTS WANTED AND TOILET. "V/TUMBLES.—Superior furnished apartments, every convenience, close Bays and Station.— Estcourt, Edgbaston, Oakland Road. 1736p/28/6 FARMS FOR SALE OR TO LET. pAINSCASTLE ESTATE.—To Let, from February 2nd next, Trowley Farm, Parish of Llanbedr, 200 acres, of which 50 acres are arable, with right of pasturage to hill adjoining.— Apply, Charles Butcher, Estate Office, Glasbury. 894/245/7-6 TO Let, at Glanclewedog, Penybont Station, — from June 16th to March 25th, 1918, 110 acres of good Grass Keep, in one or two -lots.- Apply, Gibbons, Craigielea, Rhayader. 934/256 HOUSES WANTED. FOR SALE. OR TO LET. TO-LET.-Plough and Harrow Inn, Velinfach, near Brecon, beer house together with black- smith's shop, good orchard and 2 large gardens. Immediate possession, or May 2nd. For further particulars, "apply Francis Geo. Price, Auctioneer, Talgarth. 688/229 TO Let, the DROVERS' ARMS, Howey, near Llandrindod Wells; fully licensed; low rental; possession June 24tb.-Apply, Buckley's Brewery, Ltd., Lla/nelly. 853/247 WANTED to purchase house, 5-6 rooms, with large garden, within one mile of Talyllyn or Talybont Stations.—H. Evans, Cwmffrwd, Car- marthen. 1783p/21-6 LOST AND FOUND. LOST from Llechfaen, Cardie ewe and white- faced lamb, not pitched, raddle on shoulder of ewe; also a black-faced ewe and Ila-mb pitched EP on right side.—E. Probhero. 1744p/7-6 TOST, off Garth Hill, 3 Cardie ewes, raddle from loins to tail and head, two years old.—Pugh, Garth Erwood. 910/256/14-6 LO ST, May 23rd, grey rough-haired sheep-dog; —" last seen Gaufron, near Rhayader; 10/- ,rewa,rd.-Apply, Police Station, Rhayader, or Gibbons, Gwystre, Rhayader. 911/256/31-5 QTRAYED from Penworlodd, Erwood, during March, 1 ewe, with slit on right ear, piece off left ear, red raddle over loins and shoulder, pitch- mark both sides "D.M^—Apply, D. Morgan. 887/255 w. TRAYED to AjIHcerrig, Merthyr Cynog, in Jtan- ?ua?ry, Ewe, since lambed. Right ear swal- lowtail, left-point cropped, slit underneath. Will be sold unless claimed in 14 days.—T. Jones. 1741p/7/6 STRAYED to Wainddu, Penybont, Radnor- shire, beginning of March, a ewe and lamb. Owner can have s'ame by paying ex- penses.-William Williams. 1756p/14-6 QTRAYED.—Peckled-faced Ewe and Lamb, Ewe pitched AD on rump, Lamb D on rump. Information to Davies, Upper Mill, DoJau, Rad- norshire. 1759p/14-6 STRAYED to Hobby, Knucklas, April, Welsh Wether. Owner can have same by paying expenses. 1780p/21/6 FOR SALE OR PURCHASE. A Bargain, Farmers and others, active thick- set Cart Mare, 7 years, 15.2, sound staunch worker, aJi kinds of farm work, £ 24; carriage paid to 100 miles; guarantee given.—Cooper, haulier, 77, George Street, Newport, Mon. 1752p/14/6 "DLACK Popiar wanted; sound, straight and — clean; good price paid for good timber.— Write 1479, Sells Advertising Offices, Fleet Street, London. 568/225 CURE one pig free. Karswood Pig Powders a.re certain remedy for colds, wheezing, fevers, costivencss, itching, bad legs, loss of appetite, or habit of eating eatrth. Twelve 1/ post, 1/3. Sample powder free with book about pigs to first twelve applicants.—Sparey's, General Supply Stores, Presteign. 1765p/7-6 FOR Sale, a quantity of prime Cider.—Apply, H. Bishop, Maesyrunen, Glasbury-on-Wye. 930/256/21-6 F RFE -tothe first twelve pig-keepers who call valuable 1917 booklet about pigs, find one Karswood Pig Powder. Certain remedy for colds, wheezing, fever, oostiveness, itching, worms, eating earth, bad legs, loss of appetite. Call to- day at W. Hamer & Son, Market Street, Knighton. 1764p/7-6 F-I Sade, Mare Mule, 13.3 high, rising 7 years I old; splendid worker in trap and chains; absolutely free from vice; has been driven by a lady; owner no further use for her, X22.-Johia Francis, Church Town, Bishop's Castle. 1769p/21-6 FOR Sale, Shorthorn Dairy Cow, just calved (second calf); also 2 Daiiy Heifers, just calved. Apply-W. S. Miller. Forest Lod^e Brecon. 1777p/21-6 h'OR Sale.-Seoond -hand Trap, will seat 4; strong springs, easy going, suit cob a'boutfc 14 hands. Apply—J. Parry, Chemist, Talgarth. 1778p/7-6 NEWMARKET Condition Powders bring a. horse quickly and safely into firet-rate con- dition and health. Purify the blood, sharpen the appetite, and make the coat shine like satin. In 1 lb. packets, lOd. Prepared only by Colt- man, Cash Chemist, Builth Wells. 1867/214 PICTURES, well framed hundreds of patterns. — See the new, neat, polished wood moulding, can be cleaned and always looks new.-Tyler and Son, Bulwark, Brecon. 252 PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. MILK.-IV,a,nted 12 to 40 gallons daily. Long contract if desired. Cash weekly or by ar- rangement. Fullest investigation i,nvited.-Fail:- fax Milk Vendor, Bargoed. 942/256/21-1) pIANO for Sale, cheap. Apply, Recto;, Llanelwedd Rectory, BuiLth. 1767p/7-G pIANO BARGAINS.—Weber Upright Grand Mahogany (when new X75 guineas), £ 52; Farrond (45 guineas), £ 34; Haigspiel Grand (when new 90 guineas), £ 65; Technola Pianol-a Piano (when new 100 guineas), R75. All instru- ments delivered free. Write for complete cata- logue and bargain list to C. Milsom and Son, Ltd., The Great West of England Piano House, 15, Milsom Street, Bath. 644/225 ALLPAPERS from 4ld per roll. Any quantity, large or small, supplied at WHOLESALE PRICES. Largest stock in Great Britain. Write for patterns, stating class re- quired, (Dept. 223) BARNETT WALLPAPER Co., Ltd., MANCHESTER. 1239p RATS.RODINE" is the rapid rat remover. Swarms are wiped out in a night. Safe, Sure and Speedy. 6d, 1/ 2/ 3/ post 3d.— Harley, Chemist, Perth. Agents :—Stanton, 26, High St., Brecon; D. I. Williams, IA-anwrtyd; H. J. Sparey, General Stores, Presteign; J. Ward, Buiilth Wells; J. Blower, Knighton and Craven Arms J. Nioholas, Drug Stores, U-andovery. 1603n TWELVE owners of sick pigs wanted to try Karswood Pig Powders free. Certain re- medy for wheezing, fevers, costiveness, itching, worms, bad legs, and loss of appetite. One powder free with booklet 'about pigs to first twelve applicants. Call to-day at Morris, 17, Bridge Stredt, Brecon. 1766p/7-6 TRY "Nostroline" for Cold in the Head, Nasal Catarrh, Influenza, and Hay Fever. It is a really wonderful remedy. Smear it in your nostrils and sniff it up. It goes right in where the microbes lurk and clears your head instantly, destroys the germs, and smoothes and heals the disordered muscous membra.ne. Sufferers from these disorders should get "Nostroline" without delay. Price 1/3 (by post 1/5) from W. Gwillim, 46, High Street, Brecon; A. E. Evans, 46, Beau- fort Street; A. M. Jones, 73, King Street, Bryn- mawr; H. T. T. Roberts, Abergavenny; T. A. Coltman; land J. Ward, Builth W. H. Kirkland, High Street, Crickhowell; G. M. Perkins, Knigh- ton; R. H. Evans and W. W. Johr.son, Llandrin- dod; R. C. Prytherch, D. I. Williams, Liam- wrtyd; J. Parry and Co., Sennybridge; J. Parry, Talgarth; A. R. Davies, Presteign. rpRACTION ENGINES, Road Locomotives, Steam Waggons and Tractors, Portable Engines, Traction Waggons, Threshing Machines, Road Rollers, etc., for SALE. Secondhand. Full List free. Special terms arranged. Portables, Rollers, etc., for HIRE. Thrashing Belts of all kinds. Modern Machinery as above purchased.— Only address, HENRY LEWIS & SONS, Thames Bank Ironworks, Reading. Telephone 201. 724p WELVE owners of sick pigs wanted to try Karswood Pig Powders free. Certain re- medy for wheezing, fevers, oostiveness, itching, worms, bad legs, and loss of appetite. One powder free with booklet about pigs .to firslt twelve applicants. Call to-day at D. I. Williams, Chemist, Llanwrtyd Wells. 1781p/7-6 WANTED, thoroughly broken "Sheep Dog" or bitch, must be under good control and work sheep to arm or whistle, not more than 21 years old; approval.—Horace Rayson, Dodsley, Leigh, Stoke-on-Trent. 1732p/28/6/17 A/VTANTED always millions of stretched and dried Moleskins. I give best price and spot cash.-Thom,a,s Price, Harewood House, Cardiff. 1705p W ALL PAPER, of best designs and good qual- ity, can be bought at TYLER'S, BUL- WARK, BRECON, as cheap as any house in the trade. See the quality of the paper in the roll be- fore buying. 959 WANTED, 50/100 tons of good sound hay, for delivery during nest 2 or 3 months. Adver- tisers wish to cultivate regular connection with farmers. Reply, first instance, stating quantity and price f.o.r. to Box 863/255, "Express" Office, Brecon. WANTED, child's high chair; also fire guard; must be cheap and good. Box 916/256, "Express" Office, Brecon. 000 'I?s waste paper wanted, 4/- to 14/- 11 »UVU cwt.; heavy, gun metal, brass 100/ heavy yellow 75/ light 65/- cwt.; old portable engines 80/- ton; old cement 'bags 40/- ton; buyers any waste, in fact, anything; motor tyres 22/- cwt.—Thos. Horton, Merthyr. 1604p/7/6 POULTRY. NEW Laid Eggs wanted. Large quantities. Banker's reference. Cheque per return.—R. Gunner, 28, Cowcross Street, London, E.C.I. 1573p PULLETS, laying, 3/6 each, six and cock, 24/ three months old, 2/6 each; 12 chicks end mother, 15/ list free.-HummeM, Stratford, Essex. 1716p MISCELLANEOUS. A STROLOGY.—Reliable life horoscope future — events, marriage partner described, changes, journeys, legacies, lucky days, planet, etc. Send birth-date, 1/- p.o., stamped envelope.—Madame Marion, 8, Heriot Place, Edinburgh. 1739p/28/6 ARTIFICIAL Legs, Arms, Hands; Crutches, Leg Irons, Deformity Boots, Trusses, Steel-less Easifit Trusses. Lady Attendant. Ladies' Belts, Belt-Corsets, BIAstic Stockings, etc.-Allen Pearce, 23, Charles Street, Cardiff. Tel. 1282. List Free. 188 TWO boar pigs for service, large white one two years old, other ten months; fee, 7/6.— Norton, Bungalow, Coltxren. 1682p W GODDARD, DEALER IN OLD HORSES, COWS, dead or alive, 30 YEARS' EXPERIENCE. All Animals removed promptly and cleanly within a radius of 20 miles of Brecon. Special care taken in disposing of old favourites. Killing by most humane process. Utmost value given and cash on; removal. Send wires (which I will refund), and letters to ANGEL HOTEL, BRECON. 1762p/11-4-18 B RECON SHIRE. IMPORTANT SALE OF FREEHOLD FARMS. MESSRS DAVID & W. J. PRICE have been favoured withjinstructions to offer for Sale bvJPublic il[JL Auction at the WELLINGTON HOTEL, BRECON, on FRIDAY, THE 8Tn JUNE, 1917, at 2-30 p.m. (Subject to Conditions of Sale to be: then produced) :the following DESIRABLE FREE- HOLD FARMS, viz:— 1;1 Rental per LoS Name of Farm. Parish. Area. Rental per Tenant. ¡' annum. j -1- -i- CTwi A. B. P. £ a. d. 1 i j Brychgoed Senny 140 2 25 70 0 0 HrJC. R.'Havard 2 i Fedw.. Traianmawr 97 2 12 32 0 0 Mr Wm. Thomas I 3 Coedcaedu Uaufihangel-naut- bran "I 150 1 5 52 0 0 Mr Wm. Price 4 Pentregwyn Ditto 210 0 28 90 0 0 Mr John Jones I i) )' Cefntwrch Sclydach 71 3 10 80 0 0 Mr Gwilvm Evahs "6 Vunglas Talachddu 370 3 12 190 0 0 Mr Samuel Evans I I (or thereabouts) i For further particulars of Lots 1, 2, 3, 5 and 6 apply to the Solicitors, Messrs Jeffreys and Powell, Castle Street, Brecon as to Lot t, to Messrs H. Edgar Thomas and Harries, Bulwark, Brecon or as to the whole of the Lots to the Auctioneers, 6, Bulwark, Brecon. b880j244 Messrs. David & W. J. Price. (formerly D. Price and Williams.) Thursday, June 7th.-Sale of Live Stock, Implements, Household Furniture, &c., at Village Farm, Llangat- tock, Crickhowell. Friday, June 8th.-Property Sale (Breconshire Farms) at the Wellington Hotel, Brecon. Tuesday, June 12th.-Sennybridge Auction Mart. Wednesday, June 13th.—Furniture Sale at Parish Hall, Brecon. Tuesday, June 19th.—Brecon Cattle Market, Fat and Store Stock. Monday, June 25th.-Talybont Auction Mart. Tuesday, June 26th.—Sennybridge Auction Mart. Wednesday, June 27th.—Sale of Household Furniture, &c., at Parish Hall, Brecon. June -Sale of Hate, etc., at Slwcb Camp, Brecon. July —.—Sale of Freehold Property at Sennybridge. SENNYBRIDGE AUCTION MART. SALE of Fat Lambs, Sheep, Pigs, Cattle, also Store Ca,ttle, Ewes and Lambs, on TUES- DAY, JUNE 12th, 1917, at 10 a.m. prompt. Further Entries Solicited. DAVID AND W. J. PRICE, Auctioneers, Brecon. b949/244 PARISH HALL, BRECON. Important Sale of Household FURNITUR GLASS, CHINA. PLATED GOODS and oti Effects. MESSRS. DAVID & W. J. PRICE have been favoured with instructions to Sell by Auction ON WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13th, 1917, as follows Dining room Suite in solid light oak, comprising Sideboard plate glass back Cupboatrd and Cellaret (size 6 ft.), 6 Chairs in blue velvet, 2 Easy Chairs, in do.. Dining Table, Drawing Room Suite in Tapestry, Large Round Maihogany Table, Uphols- tered Wicker Chairs, Gilt Framed Mirrors, Cane Chairs, C'airpets, Pictures, Oil Paintings, Over Mantel, Marble Clock, Mahogany Hall Stand, Stuffed Birds, Old Walnut Desk, Smail Clock, Mahogany Square Table, Mahogany and Marble Top Washsta-nd, Music Stand (Old Walnut with I Carving), Music Stand, Lady's Engraved Gold Watch in Case, Old Sheffield Plate Teapots, Cream Jugs, Coffee Pots, Electro Plaited Tea Pots, Salver, Cake Basket, Ivory Handled Electro Cake Knives (in oose), Fruit Knives and Forks, Mahogany Case with 1 Joz. Ivory Handled Fish Knivesan-ci Forks, Brass Afternoon Tea Kettle (on stand), 2 Decora- tOO Glass Jugs, Old Cut Glass Sugar Basins, Cream Jugs, Copper Embossed Salver, 2 Brass do., Electro and China Sugar Basins amd Cream Jugs, 2 Ooz. Grampplione Records, a quantity of Useful Cutlery, eftc., etc. SALE AT 2 SHARP. TERMS-CASH. 6, Bulwark, Brecon. b950/244/7-6 -— Mr. T. J. Phillips; June llth.—Talybont Mart. June 12th.-Talgarth Auction Mart. June 14th.—Hay Auction Mart. Tuesday, June 19th.—Brecon Market. Sept. 21st.-Pencae Farm, Penderyn, Sale of Live Stock, Implements, Household Furniture, etc. TALYBONT AUCTION MART. (MONDAY, JUNE llth, 1917). AIR. T. J. PHILLIPS will sell Fat and Store Cattle, Sheep, Lambs, and Pigs. Further Entries Solicited. Neuadd, Soethrog. ^944/213/7-6 TALGARTH MART. TUESDAY, JUNE 12th, 1917. Allt. T. J. PHILLIPS will Sell Fat and Store Stock, Lambs, Pigs, etc., at the Radnor Arms yard. Entries respectfully solicited. Sai-,a,t 9. 15 a.m. Neuadd, Scethrog. 951/243 HAY AUCTION MART (OLD COAL WHARF). THURSDAY, JUNE 14th, 1917. MR. T. J. PHILLIPS will sell Fat and Store Stock, Sheep, Pigs, etc. Further entries solicited. Neuadd, Scethrog. b925/243/7-6 Jones' Hotel I (Estahlished over 100 Years), ADJOINING TRAFALGAR SQUARE, Suffolk St., Pall Mall, London Telephone No 7814 Gerrard. < Telegraphic Address: Pleasant, London." II BED, BREAKFAST. BATH, and K ATTENDANCE from *J —H Proprietor: H. R. JONES. B Messrs. Campbell and Hamer RADNORSHIRE. GWYSTRE, NANTMEL. DESIRABLE FREEHOLD VILLA 1 RESIDENCE, AND LAND, FOR SALE. AIESSRS. CAMPBELL (F.A.I.) & HAMER, are instructed by Frederick Gibbons, Esq., to offer for Sale, by Public Auction, on FRIDAY, THE 29th JUNE, 1917, at THE MIDDLE HOUSE INN, GWYSTRE. near PENYBONT, at 4.30 o'clock, p.m. punctually (subject to Conditions), all that DESIRABLE FREEHOLD VILLA RESIDENCE CALLED "CRAIGIELEA" situate in Ithe Parish of Nantmel, in the County of Radnor, with the garden and 3 acres or thereabouts of excellent pasture land adjoining. The residence contains convenient roomy and well-proportioned Dining and Drawing Rooms, Kitchen, Back-kitchen, and convenient out-offices, and 6 Bedrooms with Balthroom and w.c. There is an excellent and constant supply of water from a iÍorce pump in the kitchen which supplies the Bathroom. There is a cowhouse, to tie two cattle, and a three-stall Stable with a very convenient trap- house. The house is substantially built and the garden is productive and the property is situate on the maain road from Crossgatee to Rhayader, being within 6 mites of Rhayader, 2 miles of Penybont Station, and 4 miles of Llandrindod Wells. The Auctioneers particularly recommend the pro- perty to anyone requiring an excellent private re- sidence, with suitable land and surroundings. Vacant possession can be given, by arrangement. Mr Gibbons, the owner, will show the property and for further particulars apply to MR. H. V. VAUGHAN, Solicitor, b947/256 Llandrindod Wells and Builth WeLls. RADNORSHIRE. NEAR PENYBONT STATION. PARISH OF LLANDEWY.YSTRADENNY. PARTICULARS OF VERY DESIRABLE FREEHOLD COTTAGES, AND LAND, which MESSRS. CAMPBELL (F.A.I.) & HAMER are-instructed, by the Administratrix of the late Mr Nathan Weale, to offer for SaJe, by Public Auction, on v FRIDAY, THE 29th JUNE, 1917, at THE MIDDLE HOUSE INN, GWYSTRE, near PENYBONT, at 4 p.m. punctually (subject to Conditions). LOT 1.—All that very pleasant and recently erected brick-built residence, with slate roof, known as "MANSION VIEW," in the occupation of Mis Davies, at the annuaJ rent of L8 10s. The House contains kitchen, parlour, back-kit- chen and pantry, with two good bedrooms and box rooms. There is a roomy out-building easily oon- vertable into a stable, with loft over. Also the valuable plot of pasture ground adjoins, having a froritage to the main road of about 40 yards, and containing by estimation about 1 acre, I now in the occupation of Mr T. Hamer. LOT 2.—All those two recently and substantially built cottages called Nos. 1 and 2, TALBOT PLACE, with iroe gardens and pigstye adjoining. now in the occupations of 'Mr John Wide and Miss Hamer at an annual rental of R14. LOT 3. All those three cottages, called CLEWEDOG COTTAGE S," with garden s, in the occupation of Mr Thomas Hamer and Miss Vaughan and one recently occupied by the late Mr N. Weale, with the stable adjoining and belong- ing. The cottages and premises occupied by Mr Hamer and Miss Vaughan are let at the annual rents of £ 9 and zC4 respectively. The Vendor's rights in the plot of land in front of this lot will be sold with this lot. LOT 4.—All that productive piece of meadow land situate at the Gwystre and adjoining, the ab- ove cottages and main road, containing by estima- tion 3 acres or thereabouts, in the occupation of Mr Hargest at the low annual reiit of X7. All the above properties are very conveniently situated adjoining the main road from Crossgates to Rhayader, and are within Ii miles of Penybont Station, and 4 miles of Llandrindod Wells. The tenants pay the rates. The respective teniamta will how the premises and for further particulars apply to the Auction- eers, Llandrindod Wells, or to MR. H. V. VAUGHAN,. Solicitor, hr948/256 Llandrindod Wells & Builth Wells. SERVANTS can easily be obtained by the use of a small Want.Ad. in these columns. State your Applr-Manager, "Express" Offices. AUCTION APPOINTMENTS. Messrs. Miller, Powell & Co. (F.A.I.) June Sth.-Sale of Freehold Property at the Wellington Hotel, Brecon. June 12th.-Sale of Fat Stock and Store Cattle at Tal- garth Auction Mart. June 12th.-Sale of Registered Hereford Cattle at ,Talgarth. June 16th.—Sale of Household Furniture at Llbanu." Brecon. June 19th.-Sale of Fat Stock at Brecon Cattle Market. Freehold Farms for Sale. IESSRs. MILLER, POWELL & Co., F.A.I., have received instructions to Sell by Auotion at the WELLINGTON HOTEL, BRECON, on FRIDAY, the 8th JUNE, 1917, a.t 3 o'clock in the afternoon, subject to conditions then j iduoed, the following FREEHOLD FARMb ;— Lot 1.—The Freehold Farm and Land, known as CWR-Y-GAER, situate in the Parishes of Llanwern and Lliandefaelog-tregraig, in the county of Brecon, comprising 136a. 2r. 26P., or thereabouts, of Meadow, Pasture and Arable Land. Lot 2.—The Freehold Farm and Land, known as PENDOYERY, situate in the Pariah of Llan- wern, in the county of Brecon, of an are* of 38a. 2r. 6p., or thereabouts, of Meadow and Pas- ture Land, adjoining Lot 1, and the two farms comprise most desirable sporting property. Both farms are let to Mrs Ann Powell at the annual rentals of t76 taind R21 per annum. re- spectively, tenant paying tithe. Fortbur particulars, apply to the Auctioneers, or the Solicitors, Messrs. Jeffreys and Powell, all of Castle Street, Brecon. Castle Street, Brecon, May 15th, 1917. b874/245 Talgarth Auction Mart. jyjTESSRS. MILLER, POWELL AND CO., have received instructions from H. A. Christy, Esq., to Sell by Public Auction at the above mart on TUESDAY, JUNE 13th, at 10.30 a.m., a draft from the Iiangoed herd of Pedigree Here- fords ,comprising 3 cows with their bull calves at foot, 3 heifers nearly calving (if not calved by 6,a,le time), and 1 heifer in calf. Catalogues are being prepared and may be had of Mr J. Risdon, Llangoed, Llyswen, or of the Auctioneers. b947/245 Talgarth Auction Mart. TUESDAY, JUNE 12th. at 9.30 a.m. SALE of Fat Lambs and Sheep. Sale of Cattle ate 10.30. MESSRS. MILLER AND POWELL. Auctioneers. 920/245 Messrs. Jackson & MoCartney. 500 HORSES! 500 HORSES!! Hereford and Craven Arms. HEREFORD- SATURDAY, JUNE 16th, 1917. Entries for Catalogue Close First Postploaday. CRAVEN ARMS- SATURDAY, JULY 7th, 1917. Entries for Catalogue close first poet July 2nd. JACKSON & McCARTNEY, Auctioneers, Craven Arms & Hereford. br399/248,'7-6. h Mr. Francis George Price. June 14th.-Hay Auction Mart. June 14th.-SaJe of Freehold Farm at Crown Hotel, Hay. Talgarth District Farmers' Union Auction Mart. MR- FRANCIS GEO. PRICE will hold Us First Auction of Fat and Store Cattle' Sheep, Lambs, Pigs, etc., on TUESDAY, JUNE 12th, 1917. Present entries include 400 Fat Lambs and Sheep 60 Store Cattle and several Fat Calves Further Entries solicited. All Stock to be in the yard by 9.30. Sale of Sheep at 10.30 prompt. The Cottage, Talgartb. 877/246 Clifford, Herefordshire MR. FRANCIS GEO. PRICE will offer for saie Á by Auction at THE CROWN HOTEL HAY, on THURSDAY, JUNE 14th, 1917, at 2.30 p.m. prompt, aJl that Freehold Farm known as GREEN LANE, situate mX7sS £ of Clifford, withm 3 miles of the Market Town of Hay, and about 1 mile from Clifford Station, wSi? stone-bmit and elated house, convenient out-bu? ings and about 39a. lr. 24p. of exeunt Meadow, Orchard, Pasture and Arabia Iand, For further particulars appay to the Auctione™- j Talgarth, or to Robt. T. Griffiths, Soli Hay. b908/246/7-6 C-