Collection Title: Brecon & Radnor express Carmarthen and Swansea Valley gazette and Brynmawr district advertiser
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I Meat Shortage MEREDITH & SONS, The Stores, Brecon. for Tinned and Potted Salmon, Sardines, Herrings Prawns, etc., in Oil and Tomato Sauce at lowest prices. No Coupon required for I Fish or Fibh Pastes.
FLORAL WREATHS I AND CROSSES AT Lowest Prices ON I Shortest Notice. MEREDITH TSONS, The Stores, BRECON.
PREPAID ADYFRTISEMENTB. RE_ ADYERTIIElfT -I PREPAID SCALE. Ihe following Scale of Charges secures the insertion of the following classes of Advertisements in both "TUB BRECON AMD RADNOR EXPRESS," — AND THE RADNOR EXPRESS," APARTMENTS, SITUATIONS VACANT 8R WANTED, 10 BE LET OR SOLD, LOST AND FOUND, AND j ? MISCELLANEOUS ?ANT? ?' ￼ Three Six J Words. Once. Times. Times.t t4 word?. 0 9 19 2 e! 22 words 1 9 20 f n I ? 4..B ? 8 S ? on 30 words 0 ?ch extra 8 words. 0 4 f S 0 8 a 1 0 In caMfl where replies are to be sent to the "Express" Office, and forwarded by us, 3d extra to above prices must be sent. In all easee theee Charges are for cash with order. If not pre-paid, they will be charged sixpence per line per insertion. BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS. Announcement unqer wits heading must be authenti- cated by the name and address of the sender, and are inserted at a charge of Two Shilling and Sixpence each when not exceeding five lines; over live lines Sixpence per line. Marriage Notice, 2/6. Birth Notice, 2/6. Notice of Thanks, 2/6. In Memoriam Notice, 2/6. Obituary Notice, 2/6. Notice of Death and Funeral, 216. Wedding Presents, 2d per line. i List of Wreathe iu Funeral Report, 2d per line. Where lines of poetry are added to "In Memoriam" aotices, an extra charge of 6d per line will be made. SITUATIONS VACANT. "DLAEN)-Y-CWM Reservoir Contract, Beaufort, Breconshire. —The Executors of L. P. Nott, Contractors, Carpenters, Navvies, a few Platelay- ers, and Blacksmith wanted. Standard rate of wages paid, work close to Beaufort. Huts will be erected. 1100pl99 CAPABLE General wanted; plain cooking; family two; references.—Mrs Dr. Dawkin, Gelliwa-stad Road, Pontypridd. 1124p269 CLOGOEHS wanted. Apply-Pugh. Vaynor House, Builth Wells. 411/89/210 (BOWMAN.—Wanted a smart active man for gentleman's Home Farm, with wife or daugh- ter for milking and housework; must thoroughly understand c-aro and feeding of stock; good cottage adjoining. Apply- T. J. Phillips, Auctioneer, Breoon. 332/91/269 COSTU-IfIERS.-NI-anted experienced 2nd hand to take charge of room in absence of 1st 3iand.—Greenlands, Ltd., Drapers. Hereford. 1079pl99 COSTU:1:IERS.- \V anted experienced coat and skirt 'hands also alteration hand. Live in or out; 'permanency.—Greenlands, Ltd., Drapers, Hereford. 1079pl99 cooli-Gent-ral wanted; good references required. —Mrs Williams, Rectory. Pcters'ton-Super- Ely, Cardiff. 11071) .19,,f COOK (small family), modern labour-saving house; no basement; also Housemaid (16-18): suit widow and daughter or si%ters.-Brwkfieldl- 8. Bryngwyn Road, Newport, Moil. 1131p269 COOK-General wianted; House-Parlourmaid kept. Armlv—Mrs Routledge, G-lanbaidcn, Govi- lon, near Abergavenny. 368/106/269 (GENERAL wanted, accustomed to house work; T good home; help given-Apply, by letter, Mr§ Holgate, Elwy House, Broadgreen Road. Old Swan, Liverpool. 1116p310 GOOP Spareltini,o Agency.-Applieations invited from respectable Working-men in regular em- ployment, or Small Established Shopkeepers, to supply Boots, Suits, Drapery, Watches, and Jew- ellery for cash or credit. Commission highest paid; men liberally supported with (tSamples: no t)u.tlay.-Appiy Freeman, Contractors H.M. Gov- ernment, Lavender Hill, London, :Y.11 11431)1212 GOOD SPARE-TIME AGENCY.—Applications invited from respectable working men in re- gular employment, or email established, shop- keepers; to supply Boots, Suits, Drapery, Watches and Jewellery, for cash or credit; commission hig" hest paid; men liberally supplied wy,th samples n') outlay.—Apply, Freeman, Contractors, H.M. Government, Lavender Hill, London. 289/108/269 HOUSEMAID wanted for nurse's quarters, sal- ary t22, rising to £24. Apply—Matron, District Hospital, Newbury, Berks. 1147p410 TUNIOR Clerk wanted, shorthand and type- writing, l'i ther lady or "ineligible.—Apply, seating a.ge and salary required, to II. T. Griffiths, solicitor, Hay. b429/108/310 ILAI Cook wanted immediately. Salary £ 28, rising to t30. Kitchen Maid and Char- woman kept.—Apply to Matron, District General Hospital, Newbury, Berks. 1141p410 T>ROBATJONEltS wanted immediately for 2 years training. Salary £ 10 and -tl5. with uniform.—Apply to Matron, District General H"ospital,-Newbury, Berks. 1145p410 pARLOURYIAU) required; 3 maids kept; good wages.—Mrs Lewis Davies, Summerland, Caswell Hill, Swansea. 1104pl99 CTRONG boy ,wajfced, about 14 years, dor butch- ering business. Apply-Elston and Sons, High Street. Bercon. 11601)310 WANTED, Cloggers and Breakers-up; 3/6 per dozen.—H. Orrel, 2, Ohurch Cottage, Llangu-nllo, Rads. 683pl010 WANTED, good Gemeral.-Apply, stating wages and with references, to David, Solicitor, 47, Victoria Avenue, Porthcawl. 1060p269 WANTED good General; doctor's house; fam- ily two; piain cooking; most washing done out; wages X18; reference.—Mrs Scott. Bryn, Port Talbot. 1094p310 w ANTED at or .before Michaelmas, working Farm Bailiff, take charge of small dairy farm, wife good .poultiywoman; 35/- weekly, with exceHent house, garden and milk, excellent oppor- 1unity for young married couple. Apply—Dairy Farmer. "Express" Office, Brecon. 1095p2 Pairme-\r, IIED, young Waitress land strong 'Girl to WA' assist i. kitchen of good-cl?sa boarding- house; good wages and outing-s.-Addre.ss. Ken- sington House, Chine Crescent, Bournemouth, W. 1103plolp WANTED, general Farm Worker; house and garden found.-Apply. C. V. Weale,-Tilan- saintfraed. Builth Wells. 1105pl99 WANTED, a good General Servant.-Apply, by letter, to Box 1106p. "Express" Office, Brecon. 1106p/199 WANTED, experienced Sawyer (ineligible) one used ItO Raek Bench and Push Bench. Per- manency t-o suitable man. Wlieji applying state Wages.—Gurnos Steam Saw Mills. Ltd.. Yataly. -fera. 1101pl99 "W7"A2sTED capable General: good references; cheerful disposition: two in family: liberal outings; comfortable home; state wages.—Mrs Doug-Has Thomas, Oakdene. El v. Cardiff. 1108pl010 W AXTED la- good Handyman with wife or daughter for milking 5 cows; must be a good workman at all general farm work and plain gardening. A.- -T. J. Phillips, Auctioneer. Breceii. 333/91/269 PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. ANTED General Servant; two in faiinilv state wages, age, reference.—Mrs R. J. Owen, Wye House, Builth.. 1113pl98 "ITT"ANTED, good General servant; able to do plain cooking. Apply-Mrs Williams, 1s- coed, Brecon. \\TANTED C-ook-General; two in family. Apply —Mrs Meredith, Walford Cottage, Brecon. 1137p269 WANTED, good Plain Cook or Cook-General; four maids kept.—Write, stating full parti- culars, Mrs Hill, Manor House, St. Nicholas, near Cardiff. 1122p269 TXTANTED datable General for Egbam, near Windsor; two in family comfortable home; good wages. Apply-Aliss Wilson, Vennvfach, Brecon. 1142p269 "WTANTED, a Nursemaid (,a,kut 14 or 15); one c?iild; excellent home. Apply—Price, Rhos-! gwyn. Pandy, Abcrgavennv. 362/106/269 T?ANTED for country, good C-ook-General; bak- ,\V ing, no 'washing. Apply, stating age, exper- ience, reference and'wages required-'M,rs David, The Clog, nea-r Pontypridd. 1139p269 "V/VTANTED, capable willing girl, or middle aged woman, to assist another young mlaid with work of small family; good home, and not heavy duties; state age, etc.—'Mrs Shaw, Gurnos, Gower- ton. Glamorgan. 1140p269 WANTED, Kitchenmaid. Apply—Mrs Conway ) Lloyd, Llandefaelog House. Brecon. I 1155p2410 I WANTED, experienced General; nurse kept; small family; comfortable 'home; references es&entiaL Apply—Mrs John, 209, Cathedral Road. Cardiff. 1099pl99 TXTANTED superior working Housekeeper; smaH family help for rough work full particulars stating age, experience, references, etc., Mrs Tho- mas, Rock House. Haverfordwest. 1148pl99 W AKTED good General for farm house, near Brecon; able to milk; reference required. I Apply Box 1153pl010 "Express" Office, Brecon. WANTED two strong young maids as Cook-, General, and Housemaid.—Mrs Jones, Griffin Lloyd, Llangunllo, Radnorshire. 1158p310 YVTANTED good young housemaid who under- stands .waitirigat table: private house in Llandrindod Wells; 2nd October: good wages to suitable maid. Box 408/100/310. "Express" Office. Brecon. WANTED good General servant for Bourne- mouth; 2 ladies and child: good wages. Appfy-c/o'Mr H. R. Grant, Castle Street. Hay. Breconshire. h407/106/199 WANTED, immediately, good plain Cook.— Apply. Lion Hotel, Builth Wells. 418/108/199 WANTED, experienced Cook General: every modern convenience, good wages, three in familv.-rrs Marment, 115. Cathedral Road, Cardiff. 1165p310 W AKTED, young lady, for confectionery counter.—Apply, stating full particulars, Hamiar's. High-Class Grocers, Builth Wells. 284/105/109 VOUTM wanted for the Outfitting.—Apply, J. L. Price, High Street, Brecon. 415/108/310 TO LET OR FOR SALE. FREEHOLD farm for sale in Breconshire, 45 acres, good house and farm buildings, within 3 minutes ofaroilway station. Apply Box 1067p269, "Brecon and Radnor Express," Brecon. T LAN TILIO CROSSENNY, MONMOUTH- SHIRE.—For Sale at a low price, with early possession, excellent Farm of 180 acres, .including some most useful meadows, the greater portion being 'grtass land; good water supply; the house is stone built and slalted, and very conven- ient, and the farm buildings comprise stables and cart sheds, cowhouses, bullock house, barn, etc.; the farm is well served by roads, being bounded by a mairt road and 2 district roads. Apply—J. W. and A. Newconube, Land Agents, Market Har- borough. 361/106 AJODERN furnished house in Brecon to-let. Ap- 1. ply Box 363/106/269, "Express' Office, Brecon. TO-Let in 1 or 2 lots, from September 29th, 1918, the portion of the "Express" premises on the Bulwark, now occupied by the Liberal Club. For terms apply Manager, "Express" Buildings, 1 Brecon. rpo Let, a. good Cottage in Lion Street, Builth W,ells.-AI)ply, Box 1170p310 "Express" Office, Brecon.. I TO Let. from 2nd February next, Wern Farm, j Bryngwyn. Radnorshire, comprising 113 acres, with right to hil1.-Apply, J. Davies. I 1168p310 ?0-LET, Furnished (for unfurnished* rent only), 2? miles from Breoon. small Country House in delightful situat]ûnwith lovely views: 3 recept- ion, 8 bed and dressing roon?s; tennis court; good kitchen garden, stbhling and paddock; excellent I trout-fishing during season; 3 guineas a week.— Capt. Murray, 5, The Beacon, Ex-mouth. 356/106/269 ^ONGWYNLAIS, near Cardiff, factory to-let, suit any business, plenty land, good water supply, modeiiate Tent, near station. Apply-8. j Alma Street, Merthvr. 1092p289 ANTED to rent, small holding, with a few I acres of land, would 'take ;at valuation.— l Appiv by letter, "Farmer," "Express" Office, Brecon. 1114pl99 APARTMENTS WANTED AND TO-LET, JOELMONT, South Bea?h, Pwllheli, apartments close to sea. 'and station 'terms, ."cry mOde!1 ate—Parry, 1089p310. TF you want Paying Gues'ts holiday, or perman- — ent, apply immediately to Edmunds and Co.? Select Agency, 28, Great Portland St., London, W. 1002pl99 LOST AND FOUND. L OST, end of June, 2 Welsh ewes and lambs; shorn; D.P .on right side, 6 on the crupp, 3 cut notchnnder left «9hr.—D. Prosser, Perthadeon, Glasbury, Breconshire. Illlpl99 T OST from Wernog, Olyro, Hay, Breconshire, middle July, long-tailed Radnor theave lia-mb; pitched both sides SW, not shorn.—S. Williams. 312/105/199 T OST, small white terrier bitch, "Judy," near Sl-wch Farm, on Sunday night. Finder re- uia-rded.-Evans, Watton Villa. 311/105/199 T OST two ewes and lambs; shorn: "B.B." on right side; swallow tail on right ea.r: crop on left; finder rewarded.—Price Bowen, Abernefel. near Builth Wells. 1161p310 T OST from Brecon Market on Tuesday, Septem- ber 17th, a speckled-faced ewe, pitch mark W in a. wheel, on near side. Apply—"Williams. Tredomen, near Talgarth. 1164p310 GTRAYED to Tynewydd, Velindre, Three Cocks, two-year-old Hereford heifer. Owner can I have same by ",ping expenses.—C. T. Morris. 1118pl99 I PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. j QTRAYED to Pengarn, Duffryn, Llangynidr,' since June, a cross-bred ewe with cross 11ye land lamb, no marks. If net claimed within 14 I days will be sold.—Septimus Piobert. 1150p310 [ QTRAYED from Courtygorof, Bwlcb, S.O., 2 I — Cress Kerry Ewes, 2 year old; pitched T.H. on hip both sides.—Hargesf. 1151pl010 I o TRAYED from Llwyngwillim, Olyro, since the middle of July, Welsh Ram pitch mark T.P. oa each side and P in a wheel on rump. Apply- i T. Price.. 366/105/269 STRAYED from Penghrtii', Painscastle, Erwood, one two-year-ofd Welsh wether since middle ￼ 1 4o H both si d e-s. H ar- of July; pitch mark single H both sides.—Har- ley. 409/106/310 QTRAYED from Llwynllwyd, end of June, cross bred ewe, pitched TH on left side. Apply- T. Howes. Merthyr Cynog, Brecon. 1163p310 CTRAYED to "Danywenallt. Talybont-on-Usk, since April, Welsli yearling ram. If not claimed in 14 days -will be sold to defray expenses. W. Davies. 1162p310 FOR SALE OR PURCHASE. ARMY Boots, resoled and heeled, best Govern- ment leather. Hobbs or plain, specially selected 12/6 and 14/6, postage 9d. Satisfaction gua-rantoed. Chrome or kip uppers.-Dea-ves, 158, St. Luke's Road, Bedminster, Brist.ol. 914p269 "DASIG Slag, Government prices; carriage paid; great demand; ordef at once.— Clement Swaffield and Son,. Derby. 1121pl010 Foll Sale, grand Welsh Cob Stallion, eligible for — registration: plerúy of bone; aged 4.—Rich- ards, Maesclettwr, Erwood. 301/105/199 Fol" Sale new fishing brogues, salmon road, flies, — casts, cheap.—Owen, Wve House, Builth. 1125p269 T, -LBEP,To be Sold by Tender, 2,000 mixed Spruce and Larch, suitable for pit props, two-and-a-half miles from Llanbister Road Station. Beve-dey Wilding, Pen vela wdd, Llanbister Road. 291/105 CHOICE of 2 pretty collier stamp Mares, about 11 to 15 cwt., very smart in cart. Has been served bv collier horse and believed in foal: 14 and IH hlands, 6 and 7 years; also their harness and smith carts. Sell separately. Apply—Beach Dairv. West End, Swansea. 1157p/199 Dairv. West End, Swansea 1157p/199 FOR sale active Cart Mare. 16 hands, 7 years, -?- verv powerful, master 2 tons. ?46 also light- legged Cart Mare, 15 hands. 6 years, t4.5. 2 Cart .\Ihres, 9 -and 11 years. tlS and JE22; also strong Cob Mare (Cardy), 6 years. 11" lia-nds, ,£40. Cob harness, chain harness and nearly new shafts, harness, also 2 waggons, suit .trailer waggon. All' iiiare,, sold reliable in all gears 'a.nd lahsolutely sound road and land. Must be cleared. Apply- Morgan and Co., Contractors (Offices), 33, Tra- falgar Terrace, Oystermouth Road, Swansea. 1156p/199 FOH YOUR OWN GOOD get acquainted with Fol' "NOSTROLIN,E" Nasal Spccinc. Use it for Nasal CatJarrh, Head Colds, Influenza and all in- fectious disorders that. begin in the nose and z i zt in the nose -and throat. Price 1/3 (by post 1/5) of leading Chemists everywhere. Sold by W. Gwillim, 46, High Street, Brecon; A. E. Evans, 46, Beaufort Street. A. M. Jones, 73, King Street, Brynmawr; H T. T. Roberts, Abergavenny* T.A. Coltman H. T. T. 1,0berts, and J. Ward, Builth; W. H. Kirkland, High Street, Crickhowell; G. M. Perkins, Knighton; R. H. Evans and W. W. Johnson, Llandrindod; R. C. Prytherch, W. J. Willtoms, Llanwrtyd; J. Pa,rry and Co., Sennybridge; J. Parry, Talgarth; A. R. Davies, Presteign; J. R. James and Co., Medical Hall, Llandovery. GOOD second-hand lady's cycle wanted im- mediately. Apply Box 1149p310, "Express" Office, Brecon. GREY HAIR permanently and speedily rest-ored to its original colour by using Harrison's Hair Colour Restorer. It is.not a dye, but by natural means acts as a restorative. Contains nothing injurious, and is beneficial to the growth and beaifty of the Hair. In bottles, price-1/6 (postage 6d extra). Manufacturer :—G. W. Har- rison, Hair Specialist, Reading. Agent for Bre- con F. L. Stanton. Knighton G. M. Perkins, Chemist. Builth Wells J. Ward. Llandovery T. Roberts. 1127p6319 AA Tons Cocoa Butter and Dark Treacle wanted J.UW for Manufacturing purposes; also 1,000 'wns all in country, rags and paper for Government work, offer me any job stocks w]) icli appear useless. Any description of machinery land metals purchased. Top prices given for large well dried rabbit skins. —Thos. Horton, Government Contractor, Mer- thyr. 321/105/512 LINEN Remnants for Pillowcases, assorted bundles, 5/6 and 10/6 and 25/ Piece in 25/- bundle to make a sheet. Send for list.—J. Lamont, Linen Warehouse, Ballymoney, Co. On- trim, Ireland. 1102pl99 RATS,Moles, Mice, instantly destroyed by Stan- ton's Rat Poison. 6d land 1, pack-et,s.-Stan- ton, Veterinary Chemist, Brecon. 5/9-26/9 T> ABBIT NETTING.—Long Field Nets," grey or green colour; lines complete; also Purse or Bolt Nets, and Special Netting Twines.—List free from Parna-11 and Co., West Street, Bedminster, Bristol. 1083p310 SHORTHORN CALVES for rearing, from ,record Cheshire milkers, by pedigree bulls: quotation to any station; no fancy prices.—Frank Dobie, Littleton, Chester. 1059p269 WANTED, any quantity Rabbits; prompt oash.—Morgans, Carmarthen Stores, Fern- dale. 1087p310 RAT POISON is the- principal weapon used in the Government Rat Crusade. "RODINE" Rat Poison acts like a charm. It destroys S'warms in a night. Safe, Sure and Speedy. 6d, 1/ 2/ 3/ and 5/ post 3d. Harley. Chemist, Perth. Loda-1 Agents :-Stanton 26, High Street, Brecon; D. 1. Williams, Llanwrtyd; H. J. Sparey, General Stores, Presteign; J. Ward. Builth Wells; J. Blower, Knighton and Craven Arms; J. Nicholas. Drug Stores, Llandovery. 1123pl912 W ATED to purchase, girls bicycle, 20-incli frame, new or second-liland. Write F. Welch Lacv, Tailor. 222, High Street, Swansea. 1 1133p3110 WANTED, old oak dressers, panelled oak ward- robes, settles, tables, chairs, Chippendale tables, chairs, pewter plates; condition no object; top cash prices; distance no object.-A-lr Dimmock, King William Hotel, Brecon. 1086p31Q W ANTED, Fir, Larch, Beech Slabs or Pit Props for cash. State price per ton, f.o.r.— Beacon Light Saw Mills, Holborn Hill, Bir. mingham. 1057p259 TTfTALL PAPER, of best designs -and good quaJ- 'ity, can be bought at TYLER'S, BUL- WARK, BRECON, ss cheap as any house in the trade. See the quality of the paper in the roll before buying. 252 PICTURES, well framed, hundreds of patterns. See the new, nest, polished wood moulding, oatn be cleaned and always looks new.—Tyler and Son, Bulwark, Breoon. 259 PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. KA AAA P,airs 'to Clear.—To Boot Repairers, &c.—Army Boots, 50 pairs, *3 10s, cash with order, free on.itail.—Welton, "Contractor, Fratton riosd, Portsmouth. 908p269 AGRICULTURAL. 4 CONITE POWDERS. Chronic Cough in Horses is cured by Stanton's Aconite Pow- ders. 2/- Boxes.—Stanton, Veterinary Chemist, Brecon. 5/9-26/9 (CATTLE MEDICINES GERERALLY.-Every- thing of the heat at Stan-ton's—that has al- V uyn .been the motto. Farmers can relv on all our medicines as being good. Quality first then price but quality always. Come to us for Linseed,anci Castor Oils, Epsom Salts, Sulphur, Turpentine Nitre, and Cattle medicines genera-Ily.-Stanton, Veterinary Chemist, Brecon. 5/9—26/9 GRIPE" DRINKS.—A serious loss may result if — you get a valuable horse griped and have no remedy at hand. Never, if you keep horses, be without a bottle of Stanton's Gripe Drink. It is the finest remedy for Colic. Gripes, etc. 2/6 each. —Stanton, Veterinary Chemist, Brecon. 5/9—26/9 TZ'ARSWOOD Poultry Spice will not "Knock" eggs uot of hens fed on sawdust, but '[hat, it will largely increase egg average of birds reasa- ably fed is beyond dispute. Contains ground in- sects. 2Jd., 7M., 1/3. Start using it to-day.— G.M. Perkins, Chemist, 6, High Street. Knigh- ton. 1144pl2/2 PULLETS, famous laying strains, March, 1918, hatch, 10/6 each, *6 dozen; Ducks same price. Stamped envelope list breeds and hints.-Hummell, Stratford, Essex. 1078pl411 "OLACIjj^LEGOIDS.—Ruin has been the out- come of attacks of blackleg in large herds of cattle-Blacklegoids (the vaccine treatment) are the best preventives.—The Vaccine and the Injectors from Stanton, Veterinary Chemist, Brecon. 5/9—31/10 QCOUR in Calves, a great source of loss of vaJu- able animals, is cured by a few doses of Stanton's Scour Mixture. 1/6 and 2/6 bottles.— Staoton, Veterinary Chemist, Brecon. 66 to 269 TONIO WORM POWDERS.—A £10 note is easily added to the value of a horse by a 3/6 box of Stanton's Tonic and Worm Powders for Horses.—Stanton, Veterinary Chemist, Brecon. 5/'9—31/10 WE can guaitantee farmers delivery of Basic Slag, Superphosphates and Sulphate of Ammonia, in truck loads to their nearest station. Cash in 3 months 'after delivery. Write us im- mediately to secure supply.—David Powell and Sons, Corn Merchants, Porth. 386/106/410 YOUR Wool will felteh top prices if your sheep — are dipped with Stanton's Liquid Dip. Kills tick, cures scab, gives a nice soft fleece, does not stai.n.-Stanton, Veterinary Chemist, Brecon. 18/269 MISCELLANEOUS. ARTIFICIAL Legs, Arms, Hands, Eyes, "*V Crutches, Leg-irons, Trusses, "Shelter's Easiit" Trusses, Spine Supports; lady attendant -La.dies' Belts, Belt-Corsets, Elastic Stockings, etc.-Allen Pearce, 23, Charles Street, Cardiff. Telephone 1282. Last Free. 189 A SITOLOGY. Reliable Life Horoscope, Character, Future Miarriage, Partner's Des- cription, Changes, Journeys, Legacies, &e. -Send birthplace, 1/- P.O., stamped directed envelope, Douglas, 13, Raglan Street, Glasgow. 1159p2410 D AiRi7 of Milk wanted, any qulantity, commence any time bank and farmers references.—Bed- ford Dairy, Westville Road, Penylan, Cardiff. 1130p269 o WING to great demand for Magazines and Books in the Cardiff Hospitals, will anyone in Breconshire 'who can spa;re some. send them addressed to Mrs Jones-Williams, 118, Newport Road, Cardiff, who will distribute them. b406/106/199 Builth Union. WANTED —NURSE AND ASSISTANT TO MATRON. 'f'RE Guardians of this Union require the ser- I vices of a Nurse and Assistant to the Matron at their Poor Law Institution, at Builth Wells. Salary *25 pereanntini, together with 30/- Uniform Allowance, Rations, Furnished Apartments and Washing. Applications stating age and experience with copies of not more than 3 recent testimonials should be' received by mé not later than Thursday, the 10th October, 1918. Particulars of the duties appertaining to the post may be had on application to'the Matron. The appointment will be subject to the approval of the Local Government Board. and to the pro- visions of the Poor Law Officers' Superannuation Acts. REGINALD J. OWEN, Union Offices. Clerk to the Guardians. Builth Wells, 17th Severn ber, 1918. b417/108/199 BRECONSHIRE GOAL 4 LIME Co., Ltd. ,Head Office: BRECON. COAL STOCKED at all DEPOTS. SOLE SUPPLIERS OF Bargoed Large Coal in Brecon district. TRUCK LOADS OF COAL sent to any Station in any County, PRICES ON APPLICATION. AUCTION APPOINTMENTS. Mr David Vaughan Price. RADNORSHIRE. Abbey Cwm Hir Estate. THE VALUABLE FREEHOLD FARMS and SHEEPWALKS being the outlying portions of the Abbey Cwm Hir Estate, situate in the parishes of Abbey Cwm Hir, Llan- anno, Llanbister and Nantmel, and within about seven milts of Penybont Station on L.N.W.R. and a convenient distance of Llandrindod Wells, viz. :— Aeres. Brondrefach Farm 332 Brondrefach Sheepwalk 83 Bailey Bog Farm 255 Penybwlch Farm 21 Bwlch-y-Sarnau Sheepwalk 53 Pantglas Farm 123 Cwmcynydd Farm 440 Bryncamllo Farm 207 Esgairwy Farm 257 Cwinbedw Farm 226 Cwmfaerdy Farm 360 Fronrhydnewydd Farm 154 Troedrhiewfelen Farm •• 193 Llanerchfraith Farm 194 All well equipped with convenient dwelling houses homesteads and farm buildings, and the desirable Cottage known as Fron Cottage," comprising in the whole about 2,905 ACRES mostly let to tenants of long standing, will be offered by Sale by Auction by MR. DAVID VAUGHAN PRICE, F.A.I., at the LION HOTEL, RHAYADER, on THURSDAY, the 26th day of SEPTEMBER, 1918 at 2-30 o'clock precisely in various lots. Printed particulars and conditions of Sale, with Plans, when ready, may be had at the Auction Mart, Tokenhouse Yard, Lothbury, London, E-C. or of W. Silverwood Cope, Esq., Solicitor, 5, New Court, Lincoln's Inn, London, W.C. 2. Messrs E. P. and A. L. Careless, Solicitors, Llandrindod Wells. Mr. David Vaughan Price, F.A.I., Auctioneer, The Penralley Estate Office, Rhayader, and at the place of Sa'e. br285 86,199 Messrs. James & James. Breconshire. BENNY, nr. Sennybridge. In the Parish of DEFYNOCK. Highly Important Sale of Four Valuable FARMS and LANDS, contiguous to and bordering the main road and river. MESSRS. JAMES AND JAMES, F.A.I., are —- favoured with instructions to offer for Sale by Auction æG the CASTLE, HOTEL, BRECON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27th 1918, (subject to such Conditions of Sale as shall then 'and 'there be produced), the under-mentioned EXTENSIVE FREEHOLD FARMS, viz. :— Lot I.-All that Freehold Farm and Lands, called and known as CEFNFEDW ISAF FARM, situated in the parish of Senny, and intersected by the main road; distant about one mile only from the village of De:fynock and Senny Bridge Railway Station, containing by ladmeasurement 60 acres, 3 rood, 24 perches, or thereabouts, in the occupa- tion of the Representative, Mr John Morgan, as yearly tenants, at the rental of zC52 per annum. Lot 2.—All that Freehold Farm and Lands, known' as CEFNFEDW GANOL, situated and adjoining Lot 1, in the pariah of Senny, containing by admeasurement 53 acres, 2 roods; 3 perches, or thereabouts, in the occupa-t-ioxi of Mr Charles Havard, as yearly .tenant, -at the rental of *45 per annum. N.B.—These Two Lots will first of all be offered up together, and, if not sold in tba-t way, then -in the order in which they are lotted. Lot 3.—All that extensive Freehold Farm and Lands, called and known as CEFNFEDW FAWR, situate adjoining Lot 2, in the parish of Senny, I containing by admcasurement 194 acres, 0 roods, 20 perches, or thereabouts, in the occupation of 'the I' Representatives of Mrs Miary Jones, as yearly ten- ants, at .the rental of RIIO per a.nnum. Lot 4.—All that compact little Freehold Farm and Lands, called and known as I GELLIAU GANOL, otherwise GELLIAU MEIRCH, abutting upon the main road, situate in the parish of Senny, between the foregoino Lots and the vil- lage of Senny, containing by admeasurement 52 acres, 1 rood, 7 perches, or thereabout, in the occu- pation of Mr Win. Thomas, as yearly tenant, at the rental of zC42 17s per annum. SALE TO COMMENCE PROMPTLY AT < 2 O'CLOCK P.M. » Detailed particulars, plans and conditions of Sale are in course of prepa.?tion. and may be bad when (ready from the AUCTIONEERS, 7, Goat Street, Swansea, or from Messrs. JEFFREYS and POWELL, Solicitors, Brecon. 279/104/279 ) AUCTION APPOINTMENTS. I Messrs. Campbell Hamer. Brynyoye, About 3 miles from Oilmery. 3 from Newbridge, land 5 from Builth Wells Stations. MESSRS. CAMPBELL. F.A.I.. AND HAMER are favoured with instructions from Mrs Push, who is retiring from farming, to Sell by Auction, upon the above premises, on WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER -25th. 1918, 1-11" whole of her Superior Live and Dead F A R W I N'G gTOCK, comprising ■ 48 Grand Hereford Cattle, 40 Radnor Cross-Bred Sheep. 10 Prime Horses, two Good Strong Store Pigs, about 20 weeks old. Agricultural Implements and Gearing. Household Furniture; also a quantity of Potatoes. Luncheon at 11 o'clock. Sale to commence at 1 p.m. sliarp. N.B.—A Conveyance will meet the 11 o'clock and Mid-day Trains from Newbridge. Auctioneers' Office, "Brynllys." Llandrindod Wells. br334/95/199 Messrs Stephenson & Alexander, F.A.I. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. Under Instructions from the Rt. Hon. Lord Glanusk. Breconshire. PARISHES OF HAY AND LLANIGON. THE HAY ESTATE. 1,026a, Or. Op. ATESSRS. STEPHENSON AND ALEXANDER (F.A.I.) are instructed to Sell bv Auction at the DRILL HALL, HAY, during the month of OCTOBER next the following :— FREEHOLD FARMS, SHEEP WALKS, SMALL HOLDINGS, ACCOMMODATION LANDS, FREEHOLD SHOPS AND PREMISES. and comprising the following Properties :— A. Upper Sheep House Farm 251 Accommodation Pasture Field 5 Lower Sheep House Farm 366 Small Holding Penymaes 3 Sheep Walk "The Lower Tack" 189 Small Holding "The Wernddu" 7 Sheep Walk VEsgair" 192 Woodland, Llanigon Wood 4 Meadow "The Newports" 5 Also various FREEHOLD SHOPS, ACCOMMODATION LANDS AND PREMISES in the Town of HAY, Further Particulars will appear in future adver- tisements and in Plans, Particulars and Conditions of Sale which are in course of preparation, and may shortly be obtained upon application to Messrs. Lee and Pemberton, Solicitors, 44, Linoolns Inn Fields, London, W.C. 4, J. H. Furmedge, Esq., Estate Office, Glanusk Park, Crickhowell, or to the Auctioneers. 5, High Street, Cardiff. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. Under Instructions from the Rt. Hon. Lord Glanusk. Breconshire and Radnorshire. PARISHES OF ABEREDW, LLANFAN-FEC- HAN, LLANDDEWIR-CWM, ALLTMAWR, MAESMYNIS, LLANYNIS, AND BUILTH. BUILTH ESTATE, 1 800a. Or. Op. MESSRS. STEPHENSON & ALEXANDER (F.A.I.), are instructed to Sell by Auction at the KINO CINEMA, BUILTH WELLS, during the Month of OCTOBER next the follow- ing FREEHOLD FARMS, SHEEP WALKS, SMALL HOLDINGS, ACCOMMODATION LANDS AND BUILDING SITES, AND FREEHOLD GROUND RENTS, comprising the following Properties :— A. Wern-Wyn Farm 36 Dol-llyn-wydd Farm 184 Hengwm-fach Farm 30 Hengwm Farm 91 Maesy-Owm Farm 153 Small Holding, Sunnybank 5 Pwllgwyn Farm 143 Pauty-pyllan Farm 58 Gwar-henallt Farm 53 Caermynach Farm 69 Oaernywaun Farm 178 Llanfechan Farm 395 The Warren Sheep Walk 162 Pasture Field 5 Pasture Field 2 Pasture Land 9 Llwyngwyn Farm 156 Small Holding, Cil-Micney 41 Oaklands Farm (in Lots) 80 Freehold Ground Rerits, etc., situate in the town of BUILTH, Further particulars will eppear in future adver- tisements and in Plans, Particulars and Conditions of Sale, which are in course of preparation, and may shortly be obtained upon application to Messrs Lee and Pemberton, Solicitors. 44, Lincolns Inn Fields, London, W.C. 4, J. H. Furmedge, Esq., Estate Office, GI-anusl, Palrk, Crickhowell, or to the Auctioneers, 5, High Street, Cardie. b260jl04/t.c. 1 AucUon AnBCun?