Collection Title: Brecon & Radnor express Carmarthen and Swansea Valley gazette and Brynmawr district advertiser
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￼ T ￼ RADNORSHIRE COALw c.w \?? ?.? Ltd.I Ke; -hope to have limited quantities of Fattening Food for "Pigs from now forward. Customers registered for Offals who wish to change to Meal for feeding should notify their Depot so as to get delivery in their turn. TELEPHONE: P.O. 17. CHRISTMAS PRESENTS I ?? ? I ? STANTON'S. I I CORNER OF CASTLE STREET & HIGH STEEST, BRECON. b881/133/2612 j I CORNER OF .CASTLE STREET & mG 8TRET. BRECON. b881/133/2612 i ji ￼ ———— ro 01 EFETE @TO oil jra TELEPHONE—74. TELEGRAPH 74. G ims fruits. g Alfred Quarrell, | g F-S.-Ii.S-, jg I g Fruiterer, Florist, and Seedsman, | BRECON. 8 4?rand Display ot all Kinds of English and |g gffl § HI Foreign Fruits. Good ?election of Nui?. 1 ? Fresh Supplies of Chrysanthemums and other Flowers for 1m Church and Table Decorations from our own Gardens daily. H Ferns and Pot Plants in Great Variety. S Home-made Piokles & Chutney a Speciality. ft b67/122/76 |H| XMAS GIFTS AT Ti????Y:? T? TT? ?? T? IT 1\T T?<-? PEREGRINE'S. A N Early Visit to PEREGRINE"S will solve the Christmas Present Problem, for there you will find a wide Selection of Moderately Priced and Useful Articles suitable for Yuletide Gifts. Below are a few suggestions :— IRISH LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS.—Ladies' Fine Quality Hemstitched. 9/6, 10/6, 12/6 per Doz. Do. Do. in Fine Lawn, 5/6, 6/6, 7/6 dozen. LADIES' COLOURED BORDERED, 20 Designs, 4/6 dozen. LISSUE HANDKERCHIEFS, in White and Coloured Borders, Colours Guaranteed, 9/- dozen. CHILDREN'S HANDKERCHIEFS, 2d. and 4!d. each. MEN'S KHAKI Do., 61d., 7 £ d., 8 £ d., I- each. KHAKI SILK Do., 3/6 each. SCARVES, ip Artificial Silk, 2/6, 3/6, 4/6, 5/6, to S/6. MOTOR SCARVES, in Pure Silk, Plain and Neat Stripes, at 21/- each. GLOVES, Woollen, in all Colours, 2/11, 3/6, 5/11. STRONG NAPPA, 6/11, 7/6 Pair. MOCHA Do., 6/11 Pair. REAL DEERSKIN, very scarce, a few Pairs only left. at 15/6 Pair. Also a Splendid Selection of UMBRELLAS, with Plain and Fancy Handles, from 4/6 to 30/- each. PINAFORES, APRONS, and MAIDS' DRESSES, all Prices. DAYID PEREGRINE, 16 st- DAVID PEREGRINE 16 ￼ ￼ ?" 1878-132-1912 BRECON. T. E. TREW, Ship Street, HAS ON SALE The Primest Display of Meat for the Christmas Market at Moderate Prices ORDERS PROMPTLY EXECUTED. Telephone 58. 1112/.912 MRS. d. HUGHES, 12, SHIP STREET, is showing a fine selection of SILK BLOUSES, FANCY COLLARS, HANDKERCHIEFS and FANCY GOODS, suitable for Xmas and New Year Presents at Popular Prices. IIiir INSPECTION INVITED. 1463pl9l2 J. OLARK, Artist, Photographer, and Picture Frame Maker, 13, High Street, Brecon. BRECON. 'A. H. SHAPLAND, LADIB^' AND GENTS' TAILOR. = THE STRUET. Agent for BUBBBBEY Waterproof. 1462/1912 Tailor to Brecknock Battalion,SW.B. HICKSCHRISTMAS BAZAAR NOW OPEN.-C,.All in and inspect our Showroom. Splendid Variety of I CHRISTMAS CARDS, DOLLS, TOYS, GAMES, etc., AT REASONABLE PRICES. Come early and secure the Bargains at HICKS' Ship Street, b801/131 /1912 BRECON.- SERVANTS can easily be obtained by the use of a small Want Ad. in these columns. State your requirements, and you will be sure to get suited at once. HAY. | Castle Street, Hay t ♦ ——— I H. R. GRANT'S CHRISTMAS BAZAAR I m r' —————— i 3STOW OFBjsr. Ask to see our Showrooms through the Shop. J LARGE STOCK OF Christmas Presents, *=S*5> TOYS, DOLLS, GAMES, Etc., I ALSO GRBAT DISPLAY OF I Dinner Sets, Tea Sets, and Electro- plated and Silver Goods. Christmas Boohs, Christmas Cards, and Cateiidars NOW ON VIEW. I BIBLES AND PRAYER BOOKS I A SPECIALITY. b790/131/1912 Full Supplies of Seed W. beat, BEST PIG MEALS, POULTRY ¡ FOODS, HORSE FEED, &c., FOB PROMPT DELIVERY. SPECIAL OFFER of POULTRY MIXTURE I Cooked Flaked Maize and Oats I (Poultry Feed) at 35/. per 4 Bushel Bag. All Carriage Paid. Cash with Order. For Samples and Prices send Stamped Envelope. A. HANDLEY AND SONS, Millers, Cake, Corn and Manure Merchants, I Builth Wells, also at Erwood & Rhayader. 'Phone: No. 10, Builth. Telegrams "HANDLEY'S, BUILTH." 820/79/t/c Erwood Branch Farmers' Union, Will hold a Sheep Dog Trial, Jumble Sale and Live Weight Competition At ERWOOD, on DECEMBER 26th 1918. The Sheep Dog Trial will commence for the Local Class confined to the Erwood Branch area at 9 a.m., Prizes-15/ 10/. and 5/ OPEN CLASS at 10-30 a.m. Prizes—20/ Wj- & 5/- Entrance Fee into both Classes—2/6. Entries are to be sent to the Secretary, Mr John Evans, Erwood, by Saturday, December 21st. JUMBLE SALE at 1 p.m. All goods for the Sale should be delivered by 12 noon. PROCEEDS in aid of the RED CROSS and other War Charities, etc. b848/132/1912 SHIPPING HOTICEg. CANADIAN PACIFIC OCEAN SERVICES Ltd. Liverpool to St. John, N.B. Md a.gama Saturday, 21st. Tunisian, Monday, 23rd. London, to St. John, N.B. ♦Montcalm, Tuesday, 24th Dec. ^Sardinian, Saturday, 11th Jan. Glasgow to St. John, N.B. *Titian, Tue&day, 7th Jan *TeIemachus, Sat., 11th Jan. Avonmouth to St. John N.B. *Tydeus, Saturday, 11th Jan. *Methveri, Friday, 31st Jan Freight only. Vancouver to Japan and China. Monteagle, Thursday, Jan. 16. All sailing6 subject to change. For Freights or PaSoSlage apply:— CANADIAN PACIFIC OCEAN SERVICES, Ltd. Managers and AentP, 18, St. Augustine's Parade, BRISTOL; 14, Cocksput 8treet, S.W.I, and 103, Lea?enhaU Street, E.C.3, 1a8t. reet. LONDON; or Local Agents Everywhere. BUILTH WELLS. T. WIlaDING, Grocer & Frovision Merchant, Lionel wtdJ Stores, Builth ,holds a Large Stock of Macaroni, Cccoa, Coffee, Quaker Oats, Sago, Tapioca, Self-Raiding Flour, Salmon and Curu Beef. tw Most of the above Under To-day's Cost b856:132¡lH12 Prices. BROTHERS, LTD., BOOT & SHOE SPECIALISTS, BUILTH. I WATCH pour Boots carefull". YOUR health depends UPC." dry feet. LET us supply you. ECONOMICALLY and well. SROKS and Boots reliable and comfortable. Co",y and Fancy Slippers. Supplies difficult. Leather dear—but we still lead in Values. NOTE —See our XMAS WINDOWS, and you are Customers. If it's Value you want-TRY WYLES. ¡ b355j152j1912 J. T. CATLEY, Manager. E. J. WILLIAMS & Co, DBAPEBS AND OUTFITTERS, BXJILTH WELLS, are now Showing a Charming Variety of High Class Novelties for Ladies' and Gents' Wear. They have also a Large Stock of Millinery, Ladles' Coats, Boys' and Men's Standard Overcoats and Suits for Winter II use, also Standard Blankets and Quilts. Prices be- low to-day's cost price. Christmas and New Year I, Presents. bS56j132jl912 A, BARRETT, The Bee-Hive Stores, I is showing the Newest and Most Up-to- Date btyles in Gents' Neck Wear, Silk I Handkerchiefs, Hats, Caps and Overcoats. SUITABLE FOR THE PRESENT SEASON. SEE WINDOWS. b858/132/1912 J. P. PUGH & Co., BUILTH WELLS, are showing a choice Stock of real Squirrel Sets at less than cost price, also other choice Furs. Silk I Blouses, Evening Wraps, Maltese Lace, Veil- ings, Gloves, etc Call and inspect our Xmas Bazaar, including Teddy Bears, Xtnas Cards, Xmas Stationery, Children's Toy Books, and numberless useful presents. Also at Cavendish House, Smart Overcoats, Mufflers, Hats, Caps, Dress Shirts, and a Grand Selection of Ties. b8 5 7/132/1912 DAVIES, BROS., FAMILY GROCEBS, BUILTH WELLS. Good Variety of PASTRIES, also APPLES, —— ———— ORANGES, etc,, at Controlled Prices. High-Class Groceries and Provisions of All De- I b862/132/1912 scriptions. 1 WEST END STUDIO, WEST END STUDIO, For a, First-Class Show of Xmas and New Year Cards. Photography and Picture Framing Executed 1458il 1912 Promptly and Artistically. Messrs. W. PRICE & Co., THE STORES, Have secured the Best Assortment of SEASON- ABLE and USEFUL GOODS at a reasonable price. Come and choose from there Ready-made Plum Puddings, and if you give them an Order for a XMAS CAKE (Special Xmaa Mixing) you will be more than pleased with the value. OUR Congratulations to Customers who this time will require the Paroel for the Boys AT HOME and NOT Overseas. b778/130/1912 J. H. PROBERT, 7, MARKET HAfcL, BUILTH,, Has a Nice Selection of CHRISTMAS PRESENTS consisting of CIGARS, PIPES, POUCHES, CIGAR AND CIGARETTE HOLDERS. HAIR & SHAVING BRUSHES, STROPS, RAZICRS,etC. GRAMOPHONES and RECORDS. UMBRELLAS REPAIRED. 788/130/1912 -TO- DAY is the Day to Order your X'MAS GROCERIES AND CAKES A visit to our heavily stocked Shops will prove to you that MORRIS'S Customers have no difficulty in obtaining every- thing necessary for a WELL FILLED LARDER. Have you joined the Crowd 1 If not—Why not? MORRIS'S SUPPLY STORES AND GEM CAFE, BUILTH WELLS. 431/124 ? BOROUGH OF BRECON. SHOPS ACT, 1912. TVTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Town Council of Brecon propose to make a Closing Order in the form annexed hereto for the classes of shops and in the Area specified therein. Any person wishing to make objection to the Order or suggestions as to the provisions of the Order should address a statement in writing to the Town Clerk before the 3rd day of January next. NOTICE is further given that the occupier of any shop to be affected by the Order may, on presenting himself at the Town Clerk's Office, in the Guild Hall, between the hours of 11 a.m. and 4 p.m., on any day except Saturday, before the aforsaid date, verify that his name, address and trade are duly entered in the Register of Shops. Dated this 5th day of December, 191S, G. HYATT WILLIAMS, Town Clerk. PROPOSED ORDER. The Council of the Borough of Brecon in pursuance of the powers conferred upon them by the Shops Act, 1912, and after due compliance with its provisions do hereby order as follows 1. This Order which may be cited as the Brecon Closing Order applies to all shops in which any of the trades set out in Article 2 hereof is carried on. 2. All shops to which this Order applies shall be closed for the serving of customers on the several days of the week at and after the following hours respectively. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday. Textile Trade. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. ¡p.m. 7 p.m. 8 p.m. Grocers 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p m. 9 p.m. Bakers 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 9 p.m. Ironmongers 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 8 p.m. Music and Musical Instrument 7 p.m. 7 p.m. Weekly 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 8 p.m. Dealers. Half- Butchers 7 p.m. 7 p.m. holiday 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 9 p.m. Greengrocers 7 p.m. 7 p.m. Shops 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 9, p.m. Boot and Shoe Dealers 7 p.m. 7 p.m. Closed 7 p.m. 7 p.m, S p.m. Jewellers i P. M. 7 p.m. at 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 8 pm. Decorators 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 P. M. 7 p.m. 8 p.m. Hairdressers and Dealers in 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 9 p.m. Toilet Requisites. Stationers and Fancy Dealers 7 p m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p m. 8 p.m. Provided that where the occupier of a shop elects to close his shop for the weekly half- holiday on Saturday instead of a Wednesday the closing hour on Wednesday shall be 7 p.m. 3. Where any trade or business other than the trades set out in Article 2 hereof is carried on in any shop to which this Order applies such shop may be kept open after the closing hour mentioned in the said Article for the purpose of the first mentioned trade or business alone, pro- vided that (a) after the said closing hour there shall be exhibited in some conspicuous places on the exterior and in the interior of such shop notices in lettors of the size of not less than two inches containing the following words Shops Act, 1912. This shop is closed for to-day except for (the sale by retail of ) or (thfrtrade or business of- )" (b) so far as is reasonably practicable no goods in connection with the trade or business for which the shop is required to be-closed shall be exhibited either inside or outside the shop. 4. Nothing in this Order shall apply during the week preceeding Christmas Day in any year. 5. Nothing ill this Order shall prevent the sale at any time of implements required for immediate use in farming operations. b773 130/1912 BIGGER CROPS OFWHEA T ARE WANTED AS WELL AS BIGGER ACREAGES. GARTONS New and Regenerated Breeds of Wheat. Are the Heaviest Yielding, Most Productive, and Best Paying in Cultivation. Including Distinct New Breed for 1918, "The Hawk" (Bearded)—The Wheat which the birds are frightened of New Breed for 1918, Early Cone-Being much earlier than the old Cone or Rivetts Wheat. New Benefactor—the moat successful Wheat ever introduced for good land. New Regenerated Victor, New Regenerated Sqareheads Master, New Regenerated Browick and New Regenerated Rivetts, &c., &c. New Regenerated Winter Oats and Barley. Send for large Illustrated Catalogue poit free from GARTONS, (Ltd.), WARRINGTON. South Wales Representative-D. R. EVANS, 120, High Street, PORTMADOC. 9 Local Agents—D. W. HAVARD, The Lion, DEFYNOCK. ISAAC DAVIES, Flora Villa, BUILTH WELLS. W. T. CLARKE, 19, Beechwood Road, SWANSEA. H. A. COWIE, Maesygollen, MERTHYR TYDFIL. AT LAST. I A PERMANENT DENTAL SURGERY OPENED IN HAY. The First Permanent Daily Dental Surgery, to be opened in Hay, has been opened by Mr. A. S. Henderson WITH ALL THE Latest Appliances and First-Class Materials. I Patients can be attended to Dally at any I hour or by appointment. I All Work will be done on the Premises. IS" Country Patients can be supplied with Artificial Teeth in 4 hours if necessary. REPAIRS SAME DAY AS RECEIVED. Absolutely Painless Treatment Threughout. A. S. HENDERSON. BROOK HOUSE, Brook Street, HAY. (Only Address). b643/121 CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. j Train Arrangements Christmas, 1918. CHRISTMAS DAY, DECEMBER 25th, THE 2-55 a.m. TRAIN, WHITCHURCH TO ABERYSTWYTH will run at the usual I week-day times. THE 6-10 p.m. TRAIN ABERYSTWYTH TO WHITCHURCH will run at the Sunday times. THE 5-15 a.m. TRAIN MOAT LANE TO BRECON will run at the week-day times. THE 5-15 p.m. TRAIN, BRECON TO MOAT LANE will ran at the Sunday times. j For Further particulars see handbills which may be obtained at the Stations. S.- WILLIAMSON, Oswestry, General Manager. December, 1918. -0- -=- ,=" -=-= BBECON & MERTHYR RAILWAY. NO PASSENGER TRAINS Will be run on THE BRECON AND MERTHYR RAILWAY on Christmas Day, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 25th, 1918. HERBERT R. PRICE, Newport, General Manager. December, 1918.