Collection Title: Brecon & Radnor express Carmarthen and Swansea Valley gazette and Brynmawr district advertiser
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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 Fish or Fish Pastes.
FLORAL WREATHS I AND CROSSES AT Lowest Prices ol ON Shortest Notice. 1 MEREDITH & SONS, The Stores, BRECON.
PREPAID ADYERTISEMENTfc. PREPAID SCALE. he following Scale of Charges 6?-cures the insertion the following classes of Advertisement* in both "TMN BRECON AND RADNOR EXPRESS," AND fHE RADNOR •SSKssSw*vTifr> TO BE LET OR SOLD, LOST AND.FOFND, AND I MISCELLANEOUS W A ?N'T S. Three SIX Word.. Once. Time.. Ti™». 14 words 09 19 2 8 !2 words ••••■ 0 20 3 0 B2 words. ? 4? 28 4 0 30 wo rd6 4 ? a 1 0 ￼ 0 0 8.. 1 0 In c where repliu are to be sent to the "EXpr5g" offi,?, and forwarded by us, 3d extra to above prices must be sent. In all cases tbeee Charges are for cab w!tb order. ™ «s -1 line per insertion. BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS. Announcement lIuoer l™hT £ £ r"K'. cated by the name and address of the sender, and are fnaartedy at1! charged Two Shilling and Six[)L'n each wh^ot excSfflve "?; over Sve ime. ?xpeuM 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. 2/6. Wedding Presents, 2d per line. E?'wS??n ?n?al Report, 2d per line. oo?Ue? MnnM of poetry are added to "In Memoriam" noK an extra charge of 6d per line *U1 he made. SITUATIONS VACANT. A Young woman wanted as General; can do plain cooking; good wages given; reference required.—Mrs Da vies. 11, Dukes Road lavistock Square. Landau; W.C. Liblp-ll A N experienced General wanted; good wages r given. Applv—Mrs Tom Evans, Sylverton, Gladstone Street, Abertillerv. 1316p1411 CARPENTERS, Machun&t, and ? ?nted. 1/3 pins 1-2? Per cent\: long jobs; Government w?-k.-Joseph Thoma" & r}on8 iobs Street, Cardiff. 1~-i8pl 11 c OOR-Geiieral (experienced) wanted; age about I 22 years; reference required.—Mrs Davies, Llwynhelig, Swansea 1318p412 flOOIv-Genera-l and House-parlourmaid required Vv for the 12tii November; 5 in family; write Mrs Begg. The Elms, Castlebar Road, Ealing, W.. 5, I/ondon. DIR"Ell-Y.-Wanted smart assistants fo sliol) and showroom.—10 and 11, High Street. Brecon. 1995p711 DOMESTIC servant wanted, used to country house.—Jones, Pytindu, Brecon. 1320pl411 TTiXPERIENCED General, clean, plain cooking; good wages given; references. Williams, The Park. Gowertofl* 1199p711 faiiiii.v, help JCi. rriven.—Mrs Phillips. Gwernliwyn Lehaf. Dowlai«.. 626/127 pIRL (reliable) wanted as General; good home; xJ Saturday afternoons and evenings free. Mrs Shrimnton, Mavo, Pieton Avenue. Porth- 1323pl111 pOOD SpareJiime Agen(-y.-k)l)licatioiis 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 samples; no outlay.—Apply Freeman, Contractors H.M. Gov- ernment, Lavender Hill, London, 1143pl212 GOOD home for dderiv housekeeper. Working llIa n wiih 2 boys (6 and 8) going to school.-Apply. John Jones. 20, Oakland?, Builth. 625^; 112/1411 ENERAIi servant wanted; willing to assist in xT ba.r if required; good wages paid to suitable person.—Apply, with references, Phillips, Union Inn, Port Tennant, Swansea. 1211p711 GOOD Head-waitress and young Housemaid -wonted good wa.ges comfor&able place.- Kensington House, Chine Crescent, Bournemouth. W. 1207p2111 HELP tyoung) wanted for farm house; slUall fanill.v.-A-lrs Biggs. House, Liaiii-al)- ky, Abergavenny. 1317pl411 iiotTqE Ilarl<-)u. I)ii,c,i. Apply -1\11"31 Et-ns!?te.Parkd?ne.Aberd: