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TO THE ELECTORS OF THE BOROUGH OF BRECKNOCK AND TOWN OF LLYWEL. GENTLEMEN, It now being officially announced that the present Parliament will be dissolved on the 6th of July, I again beg to offer myself as a Candidate for Re-Election after a service of so many years. My political principles have undergone no change, and the more I reflect on the sound policy I p pursued by Lord Palmerston and his Government, the stronger is mv conviction that it has been at- tended with the happiest results to the nation at large. As you all know, I am a strong advocate for perfect and unfettered liberty of opinion and action—peace and strict neutrality—with due regard to the safety and interests of the Country. Already has the Chancellor of the Exchequer to a vast extent, reduced our Taxation, leaving a large surplus revenue at his command-holding out every prospect of a still further decrease-if the existing Financial, Foreign and Commercial, policy of the presentGovernii-ieilt. s steadily pursued. I have the honour to be, Gentlemen, With sincere gratitude for the uniform kindness and confidence ever shown me, Your obedient and faithful Servant, LLOYD V. WATKINS. Brecknock, 30th June, 1865. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE COUNTY OF BRECON. GENTLEMEN, ''LV In a few days the present Parliament will be dissolved, and from the kind support you have hitherto afforded me, I venture once more to solicit your suffrages, and to seek the high honor of repre- senting you in the next Parliament. During the last six years I have given a steady and independent support to Conservative principles, and shall continue to do so, being of opinion that as the Nation is prosperous and the people con- tented, it would be unwise to try any organic or revolutionary change in the Constitution—at the same time any measure conducive to the well-being of the people, by whatever Government proposed, would receive my support. It will always be my pleasure to support any measure beneficial to the Agricultural Interests, and in any future remission of Taxation, to claim for the Farmers that justice which has hitherto been denied them, by the re- tention of the Malt tax. I shall always vote against the Ballot. I hope before long to solicit your votes in person, and to explain moreJully than is possible, in an ad- dress, the sentiments that will guide my future con- duct should you do me the honor to elect me^once more your representative. I have the honor to be, Gentlemen, Your obedient Servant, GODFREY C. MORGAM. 39, Porlman Square, June 28th, 1865. MAESDERWEN, BRECONSHIRE Unreserved Sale of Modern and USEFUL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Oil Paintings, Pier, Swing, and Cheval Glasses, Brilliantly Cut Glass Chandeliers, Dinner, Dessert, and Breakfast Services, Library of Books, Carriages, Horses, Harness, Sc., &c. Mr. JAMES HALL HAVING received instructions from the Ex- ecutors of the Late J. PARRYDE WINTON, Esq., will SELL BY AUCTION, on TUESDAY, the 11th of JULY, 1865, and Subsequent Days, at Maesderwen, situate within Three Miles from Brecon, and Four from Talybont Station on the Hereford, Hay, and Merthyr and Brecon Railway. The whole of the Drawing and Dining Room Suites, in Rosewood and Spanish Mahogany, the contents of .Eleven Bedrooms, Servants Apart- ments, Billiard Room, Stables and Gardens, CATALOGUES Three-pence each, may be had on Saturday before the Sale, on application to the Auctioneer, Post Office, Brecon. The Furniture will be on view the 7th, 8th, and 10th, of July. No person will be admitted to inspect the same on the days of Sale. The. Sale will Commence each day at Eleven. a.m. Auctioneer's Offices, Post Office, Brecon. 1V 0 T 10 rpHE presentation of the fptimoinal by the 1 Farmers of this neighbourhood to Mr. Win. Mathews, woolstapler, of Llantaes, in this town, will take place at the Bridgend Inn, on the 7th of July next. All subscribers who have not paid, are requested to do so as early as possible. A dinner will be provided at a moderate charge. June 14th, 1865. TO BE LET, FROM the 29th of September, 1865, the ROCK and CASTLE INN, situate at Senny Bridge, Breconshire, with about 10 acres of very good Hay and Pasture land convenient.—Enquire of Mr. Jones, Senny Bridge. TO PLEASURE PARTIES. FOR SALE. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY, a PLEASURE BOAT, with Oars, &i„complete, in Good Condition, now on Llangorse Lake. For further. particulars apply to Mr. JOHN MORGAN, Printer,-Ship Street, Brecon.. June 1st, 1865, SAUSAGES, SAUSAGES, SAITSA GES I PURE PORK SAUSAGES AT J, BATHEE'S, THE WATT0N. TURNIP SEASON, 1865. LLAIEILEI MANURE WORKS, NEAR ABERGAVENNY. R- MORGAN'S BONE SUPERPHOSPHATE S7 10s. PER TON. This Manure is an excellent Top dressing for Corn, Vetches, Clover, or Grass Land. t Apply to MR. JOHN PROBERT, AUCTIONEER, BRECON. [A CARD.] "W". R- I-K: I ZT (Zw- COACH MAKER, Lion Street, and Saint Michael Street, Brecon. Repairs neatly executed at moderate charges. PERAMBULATORS REPAIRED AND MADE TO ORDER. ILED HOUSE, EATING HOUSE, .— WATTON, BRECON. EDWARD WILLIAMS TJESPECTFULLY informs his friends and the public generally, that they can be accommo- dated at any hour of the day, with hot or cold joints, soups, sausages, and brawn, of the best quality, tea, coffee, &c., &c., at the most moderate terms and shortest notice. All kinds of Vehicles at the shortest notice. KKRNI(!K>) VEGETABLE PILLS, Without a particle of Mercury, Antimony, or other mineral ingredient, require no confinement in- doors, nor any special rules with regard to diet, their operation having a strengthening tendency, and recommended for READ-ACHE, BILIOUS COMPLAINTS, AND ALL DISORDERS OF THE HEAD AND STOMACH. IMPORTANT MEDICAL TESTIMONY. COLERIDGE HOUSE, SWANSEA, Jan. 18, 1864. I have examined the Pills which go under the name of "KERNICK'S PILLS," and I know their composition. I have also tested their effects. I can truly certify as to the absence of all mineral or injurious ingredients and I can safely recom- mend them as one of the best aperient Pills for ordinary use in constipated habits that I Know. JOHN BALBIRNIE, M.A. M.D BRISTOL, September, 1862. Sir,—After trying many doctors for the Liver Complaint, and all of them failing to do me any good, I took one box of your Pills, and to my astonishment found instant relief, and before the second box was consumed was entirely cured. RICHARD BEES, The celebrated Cheap John. THESE INVALUABLE PILLS ARE PREPARED ONLY BY S. P. KERNICK, 23, DUKE STREET, CARDIFF. May be obtained through any Chemist, or his ap- pointed Agents: in Boxes at Is. I id. nd 7id. each. 2 2 WHOLESALE AGENTS, LONDON BARCLAY & SONS LOCAL AGENTS: Trecastle, Mr. Watkins, Nfane sterhouse; Brecon, Mr. Jones, Stone-cutter; Llanfaes, and Mr. W. Evans, Gunsmith Crickhowll, Mr. Cristopher, Chemist Johnson, Johnson &Co's i PURE UHGOLOURED TEA Is now preferred to all others. t it is decided^ the P Purest- Strongest Cheapest and Best, THE MOST Wholesome & Invigorating. Sold in Packets by Agents in every Town. LOCAL AGENTS; Brecon—Hall, Chemist, High Street. Aberdare—Thomas, Chemist. Aberavon—Jones, Printer. Abersychan—Martin, Post Office.. Bridgend—Jones, Chemist. Brynmawr—Jones, Stationer. Cardiff—Drane, 11 Bute Street. Dowlais—Lewis, Chemist. Ray-Wiitkitis, Post Office. 1-, Llanelly-Morgan Griffiths. Merthyr—Gay, 55, High Street. Mountain A-,Ii-Thornas,' Chemist. Newport—Thomas, 170 and 129 Commercial Street. Nantyglo-Allen, Post Office. Pontypool—Edwards, Printer. Pontardawe—Evans, Post Office. Porthcawle—Jones, Chemist, owansea—Andrew, 14 Castle Square. y Thomas 65 Oxford Square. Tredegar—Crowe, Post Office. Ystafyfera—Davies, Bookseller. WHOLESALE WAREHOUSE, 17 BLOMFIED ST. CITY. Johnson Johnson & Ces PURE UNCOLOURED TEA Is now preferred to all others. Slid in Ptuieli h Agous in tvtrj .Vi SOLE AGENT IN BRECON, HALL, CHEMIST, High Street. JL (¡ BRECON AND MERTHYR RAILWAY. SB A BATHIN a I ABER YSTvVITI-I, ABERDOVEY, TOWYN, AND .c" ,f'l BORTH, ¡: i. )\ ;j" J¡ VIA THE MID-WALES RAILWAY. On and after THURSDAY, JUNE 1st, and until further notice, CHEAP RETURN TICKETS will be issued by the Ordinary Trains to above places, for 3, 7, or 14 days, including day of issue and return, as follows THREE DAYS' EACH. SEVEN OR FOURTEEN DAYS. i Issued on Saturdays only, to return on the Issued on any day by the Ordinary Trains. followmg ilionday, a y r 1 1ST CLASS. COV. CAR, 1ST CLASS. COV. CAR. DOWLAIS ) 10 0 1Q TALYBONT 4 GLASBURY v 1" lfto Q jjAY | 1-3- 6< /s- J ■■ 1 18s* 9s- WHITNEY ) EARDISLEY > 14s. 8s. 6d. I9s. 10s. KINNERSLEY ) >■ r MOORHAMPTON. r 15^ 9s. 19s. 6d. lis. CREDENHILL ) Q gAa RA HEREFORD ( 15s< 6d< 9 These Tickets will be available to return by the Ordinary Trains within 3 or 14 days from the date of issue. Passengers will be allowed to break their journey at Machynlleth or Ynyslas. For particulars as to Trains running through to Aberystwith, see the Company's Time Bills. Traffic Manager's Office, Brecon, "May 19th, 1865. — J BY ORDER. SPECIAX. NOTICR TO THE GENTLEMEN OF BRECON AND SURROUNDING NEIGHBOURHOOD. THE Cheapest and only House where the newest and most fashionable French Silk, Velvet Nap, Grease Proof, and Self Adjusting HAT can be obtained, is at "■ 4!T. MORGAN .AND c 0 TOP OF SHIP STREET. 10s. 6d., 12s., 14s. The above IIats are delightful and easy for the fore- head, and warranted to give every satisfaction to the purchaser. HOW ;■ ■■" MAKE r:1 .J"" — t" II,. .:). i t OJ: of TO 1; .i } t', MONEY. ii '• ?/ '■• .bi qL\¡ BY investing your purchase capital at HENRY PHIPPS'S, Cheap Clothing Establishment, Red House, High Street, Brecon, where Hats, Caps, Coats, Vests, Trousers, Leather Leggings, Shirts, Braces, &c., are kept in endless variety. Annexed is a list of prices, which will convey "to you the great interest you will obtain by depositing your cash at this NEW and CHEAP SHOP. 11 One trial will prove this important fact. d. Men's good Overcoats 0 8 11 Boys Ditto 0 5 11 Men's Cloth Vests 0 2 6 Boys Ditto 0 1 3 Men's Cloth Trousers 0 6 11 £ s. d. Boys Cloth Trousers. 0 4 3 Men's and Boys Caps, from 0 0 3 Silk Ties 0 0 3 Scarf's 0 o 5 Leather Leggings 20d. to 0 -3 6 TAKE NOTICE.—This large stock cannot be sold except for ready money, and no abatement. BRECONSHIRE SUMMER ASSIZES, 1865- THE Commissions of Nisi Prius, of Over and Terminer, and of General Gaol Delivery for the County of Brecon, will be opened at the SHIRE HALL, BRECON, on FRIDAY, the 28th day of JULY, 1865, before The Honorable SIR WILLIAM SHEE, KNIGHT, one nfthE) Justices of our Lady the Queen assigned to hold Pleas before the Queen herself when all Justices of the Peaces, Mayors, Coroners, and Bailiffs of Liberties within the said County, and all Jurors, Persons bound by Recognizances, and others having busi- ness, are required to attend. HENRY GWYNNE VAUGHAN, ESQUIRE. SHERIFF. Brecon, 27th June, 1865. CARLYLE FUND. A GENERAL MEETING of the Subscribers to the Widow and Family of the late Mr. David CARLYLE, will be held at the Brecon Railway Station, on Saturday, the 8th day of July next, at 10 o'clock a.m., precisely, for the purpose of ap- pointing a Committee to arrange for the appropria- tion of 'the-fuiid., All Subscribers are invited to attend. The undersigned will be pleased to receive any Subscriptions remaining unpaid, in order that the fund may be closed at an early date. JAMES SUTTON. Brecon, June 30th, 1365. IMPORTANT TO AGRICULTURISTS! CHAS. NORRINGTON and Co's CELEBRATED \)J SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME FOR ALL ROOT CROPS. PBipp £ 6 lOs. PERTO- The excess of Crops grown with this Superphos- phate of Lime, in comparison with many others, is generally sufficient to pay for the whole cost of the Manure. Also, ,,¡ I-A SPECIAL MANURES For Corn, Mangold, Potatoe, Grass, and all Green Crops. To be obtained of Mr. R. W. PRICE, Bryumaw; Qoal & Lime Wharf Watton, Brecon. DUTY OFF TEA. JOHN BE3STJAMI3ST, Late Wlielpdale and Co., HIGH STREET, BRECKNOCK, BEG S respectfully to inform his numerous Customers, that he will Reduce his Fine and Common Class Teas SIXPENCE PER POUND, on and after June the 1st. s. d. Common Congou 1 6 Tolerable 2 0 Useful 2 6 s. d. Full Bodied 3 0 Fine 'Flavor'd Strong do. 3 6 Rich Fine Souchong Flavored 3 10 FOR CONNOISSEURS, Rich Lapseng Souchong 4 0 Fine Caper 2 6 Fair 3 0 Good 3 6 Finest 4 0 Benjamin's Curious Mixture 4 0 Ouchain Greens. 6 0 Rich. do 4- 8 Very useful do 4 0 PICNIC, PAETY, ABD PLEASURE CARRIAGES. BRECON CASTLE HOTEL COMPANY, LIMITED. THE COMPANY, anxious to meet the require- J- ments of its Patrons, begs to inform them and the public generally, that they can be accom- modated with PICNIC, PARTY, and other CAR- RIAGES, upon the shortest notice, and on the most moderate terms. >. One-horse Carriage, to hold Four, 2s. 6d. I'; per Hour for Airing. Pair-horse Carriage, 5s per Hour. GOOD STABLING AND LOCK-UP COACH-HOUSES, Wedding or Funeral Orders promptly attended to. Posting in all its branches. JOSEPH BATES, Brecon, itine 2nd, 1865. Manager. TOWN OF BRECON. TO BE liET, WITH immediate possession, a glX STALLEI) STABLE, with large Granary above, situate near Honddu Mill.—Apply to the MANAGER, Castle of Brecon Hotel. r",
BOROUGH PETTY SESSIONS.
BOROUGH PETTY SESSIONS. These Sessions were held on Monday last, at the Town Hall, before George Cansick, Esq., mayor. George Wall and Thomas Evans, were sum- moned, charged with fishing in the private waters of John Lloyd, Esq. Mr. Bishop appeared for the Association, and said that he did not wish to press the charge, that it was one of those eases where he was pressed to retain their right. Wall admitted holding the candle for Evans, who had a night line.—Fined Is. and costs. Edward Morris was summoned, charged with being drunk and fighting. The charge was admitted, and his Worship said that they were a disgrace to the town, wherever they went they took possession of the place, and seemed to bid defiance to the police and everybody else.—Fined 10s. and costs, or 14 days. Thomas Adams was summoned, charged with being drunk and indecent, on Wednesday night last, between 12 and 1 o'clock at night. Mr. Games appeared for the defendant. P.C. Davies, deposed that he was on duty on the night in question, when he saw the defendant go to his worship's front door and commit a nuisance, he' went up to him and asked him his name, he said his name was Warner, and went home.—Fined ls, and costs. Mary Hargest who did not appear, was sum- moned by Hannah Hargest, charged with assaulting her and calling her bad names. P.C. Williams, proved service of summons. Hannah Hargest said that the defendant was a sister-in-law of hers, and would not let her alone, she had threatened her with a knife on more than one occasion.—Bound over to keep the peace for 6 months, herself in £10, and two sureties in £5 each. Before the Mayor and Joseph Joseph, Esq. Margaret James, was brought up on remand, charged with feloniously stealing a quantity of goods, on the 2nd of May last, the property of Mr. Rhys Thomas Evans, Brecon. Mr. J. Williams prosecuted. Elizabeth Powell, Talacbddu, deposed that she had been in the employ of Mr. Evans, Ship-street, up to May last; the prisoner was also in his ser- vice the prisoner left before she did, on the morn- ing of the 2nd of May she went to the bedroom to make the beds and for her wrapper to put her dirty clothes in she found the wrapper under the bed with two shirts, two scarfs, three neckties pair of socks, and silk handkerchief, produced; she put them back under the bed she was in the room about ten minutes she went to her mistress's bedroom and saw the prisoner go to her bedroom the doors are opposite to each other when she went back to her own room she found the wrapper on the mantelpiece; there was nothing in it at that time the prisoner went out that evening about 8 o'clock, and was out about an hour on the next morning the prisoner and her mistress had a dipute about a pocket-handkerchief; her mistress had missed one her mistress asked her (witness) if she had seen it she told her to search her clothes, and told her what she saw under the bed on the previous day. Rhys T. Evans, tailor and draper, Brecon, de- posed that the prisoner, Margaret James, had been in his employ; on the 3rd of May he accused the prisoner of stealing some articles of wearing ap- parel, and at first she denied all knowledge of them he then went to the police Mr. Evans, having had some conversation with the girl, she afterwards told him where they were he then in- structed the police to go and look for them. Mr. Supt. Lee deposed that on Wednesday, the 3rd of May last, Mr. Rhys T. Evans sent for him in consequence of what Mr. Evans said, he went to the house of Mrs. Johnson, Heolrhyd, in this town, and found her there he asked her if a girl of the name of Margaret James had been there she said no, that she had not bought anything he described the goods she said he should search for them she said her head was so bad that she could not remember he was with her in the in- ner room she put her hand under the bed and drew out a small box containing the goods pro- duced, he told her he wanted a silk hand-kerchief, she said she had not got one, the articles produced are the same as he received of her, he took her into custody, and left Poyntz in charge that he knew the handkerchief was there. P.C. Poyntz deposed that on Wednesday the 3rd of May last, he accompanied Supt. Lee to the house of Mrs. Johnson, when the Superintendent went away, he left him in charge, stating that the hand- kerchief was sure to be there, in about ten minutes after they had gone the girl took the handkerchief out of a small box and said that by the description Mr. Lee gave, that must be the one,' tile one pro- duced is the same. Mr. R. T. Evans identified the articles as being his property. The prisoner, after the usual caution, said that she had nothing to say in answer to the charge, and was fully committed to take her trial at the next Quarter Sessions.
TALGARTIL ST. GWENDOLINE BENEFIT SOCIETY.—The general Anniversary Meeting of tlfis Society, was held on Thursday the 22nd ul., The members and guests as usual, attended divine service, in the morning and evening at the Parish Church, when most im- pressive and appropriate sermons were preached by the Rev. Garnons Williams, of Abercamlais, and the Rev. J. Lane Davies, of Talachddu. The flourishing condition of this benevolent and useful society is mainly due to the zeal and assiduity of its honorary president and secretary, Miss Williams, of Talgarth.
mtittfJJ. On the 27th ult. at the Mansion House, Brecon, after a protracted illness, borne with Christian resignation, Anne, the beloved wife of Mr. John Evans, and for some years a faithful house keeper | to the Right Hon. Lord Tredegar.