Collection Title: Brecon & Radnor express Carmarthen and Swansea Valley gazette and Brynmawr district advertiser
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RADNORSHIRE COAL, &C„ Co., LTD., Head Offices: KNIGHTON. SEED 'WHEATS We are offering some grand lots of Red Standard, Little Joss, Browick, and Square Head Master. Tests of germination will be furnished. Enquire at nearest Depot, or Head Offices, )k3JtjJL?JLJ? W ULiJJnL?.kJt ? Kmghton..rhe Knighton. The Firm with the Reputation. 1 h I innr —— II ICU I = • WA 5 I CLOTHING. J It is not possible to satisfactorily = illustrate atl the many items here at 0 Watts. Please remember that all your = o Clothing needs can be fully supplied from "1 our enormous Stock, whether you re- quire an Overcoat, Mackintosh, or Working Clothing of any description, Underwear, Stockings or Braces, etc., [_ o etc.-all may be had to great advantage. o o The Overcoat [ Question. presents itself again for consideration. If you have not already got a regular Cold- = Weather Coat, you should certainl y have 0 one, and avoid chills 0 and discomfort. There are many styles here = made in Splendid Cloths, and we give exceptionally Good Value. Warm, Blankety [~ Cold Weather Coats, 35/- to £ r). o Only the Best. The Rain-Resisting quality D -of a Mackintosh is determined by 8 the inside layer of rubber proof- ing which must be of the very best grade to render the Coat a sure protection against continual rain. Watts Mackintoshes are 0 proofed with pure Para Rubber n this .does not decay or go hard. 1 They also have patent seams. o X The garments are therefore im- "i pregnable against rain and guaranteed so. Prices 31/6 to 80/ ) u o -li < I Quality in Breeches. = The Stamp of Quality distin- n guishes our Breechesand Pantaloons. U The high reputation we have gained in this class of garment is well known. You have complete I sati -faction by wearing Watts specially cut and well-shaped gar- special !y cut and wel l-shaped gar- ) ments. to t)\ ¡ u All Wool Shirts. The healthy man knows the -I value of good Woollen Underwear, 2 it maintains the bodily heat under a variation of temperaturts. • Watts' real Welsh Wool Shirts n are just what you need. 7/11 to II 17/6. UI I lllllillli ° ￼ H r I ] 0 TiFke o ATTS 0 Ote fpposite ^BRECOnx n th? Monument ￼ ￼ ???—??? ￼ I II 1001 II iril y TO FARMERS AND ALL CONCERNED. FEEDING STUFFS ORDER, 1918 For Registration Forms for above apply at once to- MARTIN H. HOPE, THE STORES, NEWBRIDfJE-ON-WYE. REGISTER AT ONCE. Established nearly 60 years. ,br571/126/3110 NEWEST IN FUR COATS. FUR-LINED TWEET5. PLUSH, MOHAIR, VE-LOUR, CLOTH AND OTHER WINTE6R GOATS IN GREAT VARIETY. MORGAN & LEWIS, Tailors, BRECON. Tel.: P.O. 16. DANIEL WEATtiErRLEY, Caeau Nurseries, Nr. Buiith Wells, and OLD RENDRE FARM-HOUSE, GARTH ROAD, BUILTH, CAN SUPPLY YOU WITH Ornamental Slirubs, "ruit Trees, Ramblers, AND OTHER Rose Trees. Excellent Varieties. Prompt and Personal Attention to all Orders. TO POULTRY KEEPERS Give your Jlens SPICK GRIT THE NEW SHELL GRIT. j Sold by all Cora Dealers. I Write for Samples and name and address of nearest Agent. SOLE MANUFACTURERS LIVERINE Ltd., GRIMSBY. Secure Your SALT AND SALTPETRE at once. We hold the largest and Cleanest, Stock in the district. Don't delay Send us your orders NOW. John Morris & Son THE SUPPLY STORES, BUILTH WELLS. Dale, Forty & Co. FAMOUS MODELS IN RIAISIOS, GURANTEED FOR- High Musical Quality. Perfection of Touch. Artistic Case Designs. Finish and Durability. Good Value for Money. Our Catalogue shows- Lowest Cash Prices, Low Scale of Gradual Payments. Dale, Forty & Co. LIMITED. High Street and Castle Arcade, CARDIFF. Telephone 1108. br858 EDUCATIONAL. MISS MAY CAMPBELL, R.A.M., Medalist, certificated and trained in the Royal Academy of Music, London, now receives pupill for Pianoforte, Violin, Counterpoint, Harmony, Theory, Form, Sight Singing and Bar training. Pupils prepared for all examinations* connected with the Royal Academy and Royal College of Music. Rathbone. Builth Wells. MissELSIE BOURNE PRICE, LMJ Licentiate of Royal Academy of Muslc. Matthay Pupil. Fully certificated and trained teacher, with seven years' experience. Pupils received for Pianoforte, Violin, Harmony, Theory, Form and Counterpoint. Successful Preparation for all Examinations of the Royal Academy and Royal College of Music. Recent successes in 1917 include the Intermediate, Higher and Lower Grades of the Associated Board of the Royal Academy and Royal College of Music. BUILTH WELLS. b815-255 WOODLANDS, Day and Boarding School for Girls —Preparatory for Little Boys. CAMDEN ROAD, BRECON. Uinal English Subjects; Nature Study; Needlework; French; Drawing; Painting; Health Exereliei; Dancing. MUSIC A SPECIALITY. SHORTHAND AND BOOK-KERPING. Onttide Student* may attend for any of the above SnbjetU. Hampton grammar School, GLASS UR Y-ON- WYE. Principal: Rev. D. C. Lloyd. Classics, Mathematics, Civil Service, Short- hand, Typewriting. Commercial Tuition, Music. Pupils highly successful at London, Oxford Cambridge, and Wales Universities. Also in &11 publio exams. For prospectus flpply- Rev. D. C. LLOYD, Glasburyoa-Wye LEAGUE OF NATIONS. A PUBLIC MEETING AT THE I Foresters Hall, Builth Wells, I ON THURSDAY, NOV. 7th. SPEAKERS: I MR SIDNEY RObINSON, M.P., PROF, JOSEPH JONES, M.A., B.D AND I MR F. HERBERT STEAD, M.A. • CHAIR TO BE TAKEN AT 7-30 P.M. You are cordially invited to attend. 1)62-4 L2 7/711 QUE'RITE I CURES FLU, XEURITIS, NEURALGIA, I SCIATICA, LUMBAGO & RHEUMATISM. USED AND RECOMMENDED BY THE MEDICAL PROFESSION. I Subscribed for by Members of Parliament and the Public to send our men at the Front. War Office, Feb. 27th, 1901. Late Field Marshal LORD ROBERTS. "The testimonials from South .Africa point to the high value of Que'rite." "CLEARFOOT," a positive comfortable Cure for Corns. Used by Staff of 1st RED CROSS HOSPITAL in the Empire. All Chemists, 1/3 and 3/ Direct— l'.ARBEKS, QUE RITE WORKS, HEREFORD. The White Hart, Grays, Essex, Mr A. Barber. Hay 30th, lOlti. Dear Sir, Will you please forward me at your early conven- j ience:-1 Bottle Que'rite, 11/6; 2 Bottles, 3/ 1 Bottle, 1/3. I When 3lotcring through Hereford last Sept., to X. j Wales, I had occasion to buy a bottle of Que'rite in j your City, and a. I found relief after using it am send- illg for some more, the large bottle is for my own use, the other 1three smaller one,; 1 am giving to fellow suf- ferers. I Thanking vcu in anticipation.—Ycurs faithfully, W. J. FROST. I P.S.-Pleise find Cheque enclosed, 18/9. I ])ear Sir, 71, Victoria Avenue, Worcester, I Dear Sir. February 27th, 1016. Will you kindly send me 6 Bottles "Que'rite," 18/ P.O. enclosed. ifind.itofNuehxreatYatue.thatIitave decided never to be without it. Quite a number of t my friends are now using "Que'rite" with good results.— Yours faithfully, O. W. Fos. Denr Sir, A. P. O. S 2,' France. The efficacy of your "Que'rite" is great, a* I and ray comrades have proved it, my wife having sent me a few 3/- bottles out here. If the people at home knew how they could mitigate the sufferings of their loved ones. they would often send them "Que'rite" in place of many thing. they do, as it would mean many more returning to Hlighty-Blighty and Qne'rite for me.—I remain, yours sincere! v. Pte. F. L. HALL, M.T.A.S.E. QUE'RITE, 1/3 and 3/ 3/- Post Paid. I CLEARFOOT Positive Cure for Corns. j I. Used by Staff 1st Red Cross Hospital in the Empire. Is. 3d. Barlagr's Que'rite Works, Hereford, & all Cheraists. — Ivy Bank, Leominster, Dear Sir, March 8th, .1918. Please &end me 3 Bottles of "Clearfoot." Undoubt- edly it is a champion remedy for Coms; and in recom- mending same to my friends, I do so with perfect eon- Mence of their entire satisfaction for if used according to directions relief is certain. We still have your "Que'rite" at hand, which does all you claim for it. Please let me have "Clearfoot" soon, a a two of the bottles are to pass on to friends.-Your& truly, GEO. FOSTER, Royal Hotel, RoM-on-Wye, Mr A. Barber. March 18th, 1918. j Dear Sir, I have pleasure in testifying that after applying your. "Clearfoot" about 10 days, my Corn almost magically responded to the treatment, and is now absolutely disap- peared. I have every reason to believe that it is per- manently eradicated. I am more than plea&ed with the inexpensive and perfect cure.-Yourc, faithfully, i b2iy 100/269 E. BELLAMY. Can be had from F. L. Stanton, Chemist, Brecon; J. Ward, Builth Wells: W. W. Johnson, Liandrindod Wells. HOTEL GWAAALIA, I Upper Wobnra tlace, London WC. 130 Rooms luxuriously furnished, Fireproof Building, Electric Light to all Floors, Centrally situated, close to Euston Station, Ifi. 6d. cab fare from Paddington to the Hotel. Tariff Bed, Breakfast. Bath, and Attend- anee, 6s. each person. Telegraphic Address—" Grwaliatel, London. Telephone—5010 & 5011, City. JOHN M. JENKINS, Manager. í First Quality Seed Wheat: For Immediate Delivery of STANDARD RED, BROWICK, LITTLE jj JOSS, and YEOMAN Varieties. Also WINTER SEED OATS. ,i Prices and Samples on receipt of Stamped I Envelope. We are also Caah Buyers of All kinds of English & Foreign Crain. II A. HA'NDLEY AND SONS, Millers, Cake, Corn and Manure Merchants, Builth Wells, also at Erwood & Rhayader. 'Phone: No. 10, Builth. Telegrams "HANDLEY'S, BuiLTn." 820/79 t/c ) WAR ALLOWANCES PENSIONS To discharged Sailors, Soldiers, and all who claim consideration from the Ministry of Pensions Sfje piife ..Jf 1' HAS RETAINED Mr. J. M. HOGGE, M.P. The Great Pensions Expert who will answer questions and give ADVICE FREE TO ALL ENQUIRERS. NOTE.—A lid. stamped addressed envelope must be enclosed with all enquiries.. BEFORE WRITING SEE THE DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS IN THE DAILY NEWS. br639/l10/711 COPY OF THE Household Fuel and Lighting Order, 1918. Y. Division comprising the Counties of Glai-uor- anhire; Carmartlwnshire; Cardiganshire; Breck- llUehhire; HadnorshiTe; Pembrokeshire and Mon- mouthshire. v. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT—as and from November lltli, 1918, it will be an Offence, under the above Order for any Registered Coal -\Tei.(-hant or Licensed Coal Dealer to supply or deliver or in any way attempt to supply or de- liver Coal to any premises on behalf of any con- sumer unless (1) he is the holder of a certificate issued by the Local Fuel Overseer for the district in which the premises arc situated or 1:2) the quantity to he supplied dots not exceed 1 cwt. per week or such other quantity 'as may be I i-, ) t)i time to time determined by the Controller as tl". minimum quantities. ROBT. A. CARD, Captain, It >1)24 127/711 Divisional Officer. Loans by Post BE CAREFUL WHERE YOU BORROW. I lend money on the following terms :— £ 10 Loan repay £1:2 for 12 months; C50 Loan repay iC60 for 12 months. Other amounts in proportion. Spec- ial Terms to Farmers. Write in strict confidence to the actual lender- A. D. DENNY, 5 AND 7, PALL MALL, MANCHESTER. 1028p31719 BRECONSHIRE COAL & LIME Go., 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. MR. ERNEST W. BAKER (Fellow of the Royal College of Organists), ORGANIST & CHOIRMASTER PRIORY CnURCH, BRECON, Receives Pupils for Pianoforte, Organ, Singing, Theory, etc. Ensemble Classes for the Practice of Chamber Music. SCHOOLS. VISITED. For terms apply—19, The Struet, Brecon. R. W. WOOLCOCK'S ARABIAN OIL EMBROCATION. A SOCIALITY. No bathing or binding required. Flies will not touch any part when the oil is applied. Animals like ii to be applied, as it soothes the wounds iiu mediately. Testimonials wrapped round each 'bottle. PIIICK Is. (kl. BOTTI.K. Sole Proprietor- R- W- Woolcock, Cardigan- ùr!082j2111