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Sales by Auction. By Messrs David & W. J. Price, (formerly David Price and Williams). MB. DAVID PRICE.] (Hit. W. J. Pition June.—Sale of Farm and House Property at Brecon. June.—Sale of Residence and Land at Llan- gammarch Wells. Tuesday, June 25th.—Brecon Auction Mart. Wednesday, June 26th.—Sennybridge Auction Mart. Friday. July 12th.-Sale of Villa Residence and Land at Llangammarch. Friday, July 19th.-Sale of Farms and House Property at Brecon. Friday, July 25th.-Sale of Farms at Brecon. August.—Sale of Country Residence, Villa and Cottages, Accommodation Lands and Farms. Preliminary. BRECONSHIRE. PARISH OF LLANGORSE. Sale of Valuable Freehold Farms, ETC. M ESSRS. DAVID & W. J. PRICE are instructed to offer for Sale by Auction at the WELLINGTON HOTEL, BRECON, On FRIDAY, the 19th day of JULY, 1918, as follows PENLLAN-AFEL-ISAF Farm & Lands, PENTWYN FARM & Pentwyn Castle Grounds, Heolcefn Cottage; Also 2 BOATHOUSES, Etc., with private right of way, at Llangorse Lake. 11 z, Further particulars may be obtained from Messrs. W. B. Francis & Cooke, Solicitors, 31. Queen Street, Cardiff, or the Auctioneers, 6, Bulwark, Brecon. Preliminary. BRECOINTSHIRE. Sale of Valuable Freehold Farms. MESSRS. DAVID & W. J. PRICE are instructed to offer by Auction, at the CASTLE HOTEL, BRECON, On FRIDAY, the 26th day of JULY, 1918, the following Freehold Farms, comprising:— Pentwyn, in the Hamlet of Troscoed Ffosddu, in the Parish of Llywel Berthbally and Blaengwrthyd, in the Parish of Llanspyddid. Further particulars will appear and may be obtained from Messrs. Gwilym James, Charles & Davies, Solicitors, Merthyr Tydvil, or the Auctioneers, 6. Bulwark, Brecon, BRECONSHIKE. Parishes of Maescar, Senny, Glyn andModrydd. Sale of a valuable Freehold Residence and Agricultural Property known as the Maskelyne Estate. V4 ESSRS. DAVID AND W. J. PRICE are instructed to Sell by Auction at an early date the above valuable Estate, which for purposes of sale will be divided into some 20 lots, comprising :— Glauwysk Residence and grounds Castelldu Houses, outbuildings and land attached Castelldu Cottages Castelldu Villa Accom- modation Fields and Woodland, Forest Lodge Farm and Pentrenaboth with the noted sheep walks Van Frynych. Gym and Cyfartha Gwernllertai Farm, Blaenbrynich Farm, Senny Mill, Land and Cottage, Mynyddbach, etc. Further particulars will appear in adver- tisements, plans and particulars, which are in course of preparation, and may be obtained upon application to Messrs. Frere, Cholmeley and Co., Solicitors, Lincoln's Inn, London H. Phillips, Esq., Estate Agent, Castelldu Villa, Sennybridge or to the Auctioneers, 6, Bulwark, Brecon. Preliminary. BRECONSHIRE. LLANGAMMARCH. SALE OF ATTRACTIVE Freehold Farm and Lands with Villa "Residence known as N GLANYRAFON," Within 1 mile of Llangammarch. MESSRS. DAVID & w. X PRICE WIN offer the above for Sale by Auction at all early date at Llangammarch Wells. Further particulois from Messrs. W. B. Francis & Cooke, Solicitors, 31, Queen Streef. Cardiff. or the Auctioneers. Brecoti. I By Mr F. G. Price. June 25 th.Talgarth Auction Mart. July 1st.—Hay Auction Mart. July 2nd.—Talgarth Auction Mart. Z, TALGARTH & DISTRICT AUCTION MART. FRANCIS GEO. PRICE will hold the above Mart for FAT & STORE STOCK, ON TUESDAY, JUNE 25th, 1918.. Grading at 9 o'clock prompt. 11 NOTICE. — All Buyers' Certificates to be handed to the Auctioneer by 11.15 Mart morning. The Cottage, Talgarth. HAY AUCTION MART. ON MONDAY, JULY 1st, 1918. FAT & STORE STOCK. Grading at 9-30 prompt. FRANCIS GEO. PRICE, Auctioneer. When you buy a Ford car you haven't spent money—you have merely invested it. You get your money back with compound interest through what you gain in utility, pleasure and good health. In figuring the profits the Ford will bring, don't forget the health it will bring to your family and the Doctor's ] bills it eliminates. iv ;4jw IB f II i I ML J II I |Sr11 W I All Prices at Works, Manchester. Full particulars from- II NOTT'S GARAGE, Ship Street, Brecon. Telegrams Nott's Garage, Brecon. Telephone no, 111, 112 (Private Branch Exchange) II v Sales by Auction. By Messrs Miller & Powell. June 25th.-Talgarth Grading Mart. June 25th.—Annual Draft Sale of the Llangoed Registered Herefords. June 25th.—Brecon Grading Mart. July 2nd.—Brecon Grading Mart. July 9th.-Talgarth Grading Mart. July 11th.-Sale of Freehold Farms at the Crown Hotel, Hay. July 19th.-Sale of Freehold Farms, Dwelling- houses, Gas and other Shares, at Brecon. THE TALGARTH MART. TUESDAY NEXT, JUNE 25th, 1918. MR. HOWELL POWELL has received instructions to Sell by Public Auction, at the Tower Hotel, the Annual Draft from the Llangoed Herd of Registered Herefords, comprising :— r 5 COWS & HEIFERS with their Calves. I 1 BARREN COW and 2 BULLS. The property of H. A. Christy, Esq. Catalogues giving full Pedigrees are being z!1 prepared. A large number of Store Stock will also be sold. Sale to commence at 11-30 a.m. sharp. HEREFORDSHIRE AND BRECOXSHIRE. Sale of Most Desirable FREEHOLD FARMS & COTTAGES. MESSRS. FILLER, POWELL & co. e will Sell by Public Auction, at the CROWN HOTEL, HAY, On THURSDAY, 11th JULY, 1918, at 2-30 p.m., the following Lot I.-That desirable Freehold Farm, known as PENTRE FARM, in the Parish of Brilley, in the County of Hereford, comprising 154a. lr. 2p. or thereabouts of excellent Meadow, Orchard, Pasture and Tillage Land, now in the occupation of Mrs Davies as annual tenant at a rental of £ 1 GU per annum. The farm is about 1 i miles distant from Whitney Station, is well watered and sheltered, and in a good state of cultivation. Lot 2.—The Freehold Farms known as FFOSRHYS and PENBRYN, situate in the Parishes of Talgarth and Llanelieu, in the occupation of Mr David James, of an area of 21a. Or. 2p., and let at Y,20 per annum, with an extensive right of sheep walk oil the Black Mountain adjoining. Lot 3.—All those FOUR FREEHOLD COTTAGES situate at Ciltwrch, near Glasbury- 011-Wye, now in the occupation of Messrs Frank Prosser, George Stanley, John Davies and Frederick Price, at the annual rentals of 3 10- £ 3 10s. Od. each. For further particulars apply to Mr R. T. Griffiths, Solicitor, Hay, or to the Auctioneers, ) Castle Street, Brecon. By Mr. T. J. Phillips. Monday, June 24th.—Talybont Mart. Monday, June 24th.—Usk Hotel, Talybont, Traps and Harness. Tuesday, June :25th.Brecon Cattle Market. Monday, July 1st.—Hay Mart. Tuesday, July 2nd.—Brecon Cattle Market. October 4th.—Annual Foal Show and Sale at Brecon. Breconshire Lighting Times. Light up. Subdue. P.M. P.M. June 20 10.5 11.35 „ 21 10.6 41.36 22 10.6 11.36 23 10.6 11.36 „ 24 HHi 11.36 „ 25 10.6 11.36 26 10.6 11.36 „ 27 10.6 11.36 Sales by Auction. By Messrs. Stephenson & Alexander, Under instructions from the Right Hon. Lord Glanusk. BRECONSHIRE. (Near to the town of Brecon, in the Usk Valley, and in close proximity to Talyllyn and Talybont Stations.) Valuable FREEHOLD AGRICULTURAL ESTATES K.MOWX AS The Peterstone Court and Trebinshun Estates 2,500 Acres, 0 Roods, 0 Perches (or thereabouts). MESSRS STEPHENSON & ALEXANDER (F.A.I.) are instructed to Sell by Auction at the CASTLE HOTEL, BRECON, on FRIDAY, JULY 5tli, 1918, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, the above FREEHOLD ESTATES, which for the purposes of Sale will be divided into the following Lots, and comprise the Farms and Lands known as :— Lot a. r. p. 1 Penkelly Court Farm 143 3 1 2' Penkelly Mill 8 3 2 3 The Royal Oak Public House, Penkelly 0 0 29 4 Stable, Penkelly Village 0 0 5 5 Tynewydd Farm 130 0 19 6 Dolymaes Farm 314 2 33 7 Meadow, Groesfford 7 0 25 8 do. do. 116 9 do. do. 2 0 34 10 do. do. I 0 18 11 Meadows r do. 5 0 3G 12 Quarry Field, Groesfford 0 2 3G 13 Land, Llechfaen Tyfry 3 0 4 14 Plantation, Dolymaes 10 1 38 15 lillbrook Farm 99 3 28 16 Millbrook Mill 11 0 26 17 Tramroad Cottage 7 0 0 18 Highgrove Farm and Wood 190 1 0 19 Greenway and Slade Farms and Wood 325 2 5 20 Manest Court Farm 317 3 24 21 The New Inn, Llanhamlach 4 2 16 22 Brynllici Farm 242 3 0 23 Land, Talyllyn 8 1 4 24 do. 2 2 11 25 Land, Llangorse Village 11 0 23 26 Rent charge £ 25 per annum B. & M. Rly. 27 do. 28 Middlewood Farm and Wood. 197 2 1 29 Trebinshun Farm and Woods 205 3 21 30 Saw Mill Cottages 0 1 27 31 Meadow, Trebinshun 5 3 18 32 Land, The Allt 8 1 1 33 Land and Wood, The Glyn Valley 62 3 22 The various properties are situate within short distances from the market town of Brecon, are in excellent repair, are well farmed I and comprise some of the best Holdings in the County of Brecon. All are well watered and are in close proximity to Talybont and Talyllyn Stations (Brecon and Merthyr Railway). Plans, Particulars and Conditions of Sale may be obtained upon application to Messrs. LEE & PEMBERTONS, Solicitors, 44, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, W.C. J. H. FURMEDGE, Esq., Glanusk Estate Office, Crickhowell, Breconshire, or to the AUCTIONEERS, 5, High Street, Cardiff. For Sale by Private Treaty. ABOUT 800 Oak Trees, also Alder, Ash, Elm and Sycamore, 011 Lower Tylecrwn, Llanfillo. Tenders to Mrs. Price, The Rosary, Llanfillo, Talgarth. Sales by Auction. By Mr. Arthur S. T. Lucas. By permission of the Ministry of Munitions of War. Dismantlement Sale of the whole of the Valuable Fixed Plant, Machinery, Buildings, and other Effects, at the Garth Brick Works, Garth, on the L & N.W. Rly, Breconshire. iy|R. ARTHUR S. T. LUCAS has been { ■ instructed by the Owners to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION at the above Works on WEDNESDAY, the 26th of JUNE, 1918, the whole of the FIXED PLANT, MACHINERY, BRICK AND TIMBER-BUILT BUILD- INGS AND OTHER EFFECTS, as follows :— 150 1. H.P. high and low pressure cross horizontal condensing engine, Galloway boiler, 25 H.P. water turbine, brick-making machine by Alexander and Co., Gandy bell elevator, 9ft. overdriven clay grinding pan by Whittaker and Co., double-action lever repress machine, 60in. Keith fan, 30in. do., W.l. and C.l. piping, jubilee tip wagons, tanks, forge and tools, anvil, 2-ton lifting blocks, double-geared pillar drilling machine, W.l. and C.l. pulleys, wheel- ing plates, tram rails, turn tables, barrows, trolley, stocks and dies, grindstone, resin, belting, C.I. flooring plates, tajoks, castings, ladders, etc., etc. Also several large brick and timber-built kilns, drying sheds, brick stacks, etc., small lot of office furniture and a nearly-new Remington typewriting machine, No. 10, black and red ribbon, etc., etc. There is a siding from the L. and N.W. Rly. Main Line into the Works. The Sale to commence at 2 o'clock in the afternoon precisely. Terms cash, plus 5 per cent. on each purchaser's account as Lot money to the Auctioneer. For Catalogues or for any further particulars apply to Arthur S. T. Lucas, Auctioneer and Valuer, 6, Rutland street, Swansea, and at Mumbles. Established 1885. Tel. Central 230. (Patents, Trade Marks and Designs Registered).—(No. 1644). Public Notices. National Farmers' Union. BRECON AND RADNOR UNION. GREAT PROPAGANDA CAMPAIGN. p UBLIC MEETINGS will be held as follows BUILTH WELLS at Smithfield- Thursday, June 27th, 1918 (Fair Day), at 1-1-30 a.m. BRECON, at the Wellington Hotel- Friday, June 28th, 1918, at 2 p.m. Speakers :— GEORGE J. APPS, Esq. (General Secretary of -the National Union),- ALDERMAN MERVYN T. DAVIES, J. W. JOXES, Esq., and several other prominent Members of the Union. Chairman :-0. W. DAVIES, Esq., Chairman of the Brecon and Radnor Union Executive Committee and Member of the National Farmers' Union Executive Committee. NOW is the time for Farmers to Join Up It is a case of Get into the Union or Get Under." HAY UNION. Contracts for Goods. PERSONS desiring of CONTRACTING with the Board of Guardians of this Union for the SUPPLY of BREAD, FLOUR, MEAT and GROCERY, to be delivered at the Workhouse at such times and in such quantities as the Guardians may order or direct for Three Months, commencing the 1st day of JULY, 1918, are requested to send in sealed Tenders marked Tender for and addressed to the Chairman of the Board of Guardians, at the BOARD ROOM, HAY, by ten o'clock a.m. on THURSDAY, the 27th day of JUNE, 1918. A portion of the Goods must be supplied to the order of the Relieving Officer of the Hay District, in small quantities, for out-door poor. Any information as to the probable quantity of the several articles required may be obtained on application to the Master of the Workhouse. By Order of the Board, ROBERT T. GRIFFITHS, Hay Union Offices, Clerk. June 18th, 1918. N.B.—The lowest or any Tender will not necessarily be accepted. No Tender will be received but oil the printed form provided by the Guardians to be obtained on application at the Clerk's or the Master's Office. Mr. Ernest W. Baker (Fellow of the Royal College of Organists), Organist and Choirmaster Priory Church, BRECON. Receives Pupils for Pianoforte, Organ, Singing, Theory, &c. Ensemble Classes for the Practice of Chamber Music. SCHOOLS VISITED. For terms apply—19, The Struet, Brecon. Public Notices. 1- BRECKNOCKSHIRE SESSIONS. 1 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the next GENERAL QUARTER SESSIONS of the PEACE for the COUNTY OF BRECKNOCK will be held at the COUNTY HALL, BRECON, on TUESDAY, the 2nd day of JULY, 1918, at 11-20 o'clock in the forenoon, at which time and place all Prosecu- tors and Witnesses must attend. j At 11-20 o'clock the Justices will proceed to transact the County Business. All Petty Jurors, Appellants and Respond- ents must attend in Court at 11 -20 o'clock in the forenoon of the above-mentioned day. HENRY F. W. HARRIES, Clerk of the Peace. County Hall. Brecon. 12th June, 1918. IN CONNECTION WITH THE pbOWER SHOW TO 111, HELU AT GRTH HOUSE, On Wednesday, -July 31st, there will be a COMPETITION for the BEST WALKING STICK and the BEST LADLE AND Spoox, with prizes of 5/- and 2!fi for each competition. It is open to all districts with an entrance fee of 6d. For full particulars apply to Mrs. ALEC WILSON, Garth House, Garth, Breconshire. The Show is open free to all Visitors from 2-30 on July 31st. Tea 6d. BRECONSHIRE WAR AGRICULTURAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. SCHOOL-BOY LABOUR. FARMERS requiring the services of Public ■ and Secondary School-Boys during the Corn Harvest (August and part of September) are requested to apply for forms of application without delay to the following :— Brecon District-ISIr R. E. Petti for, Castle Street. Brecon. Builth District—Mr J. S. Davies. Silverdale, Builth Wells. Crickhowell Di-,triet-Ilr.R. P. Griffiths, St. Edmund's, Crickhowell. Sennybridge District Mr W. Williams, Bryncelyn. Sennybridge. Talgarth Di sti-ict-ilr W. Ginter, Xew House, Bronllys, Talgarth. -I BRECONSHIRE WAR AGRICULTURAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. Appointment of District Executive Officers. PPLICATIONS are invited for ..e posts of I A District Executive Officers in the follow- ing districts :— (i)- Bi-ecoti and Talybont (comprising 27 parishes). (2) Builth and Llanwrtyd (comprising 22 parishes). (3) Hay, Talgarth and Crickhowell (com- prising 25 parishes)- (4) Sennybridge, Ystradgyniais. Vaynor and Hirwain (comprising 16 parishes). Salary, £ 150 per annum, plus travelling ex- penses and subsistence allowance according to scale. A list of duties can he obtained on application. Applications, in candidates' own handwriting, stating age and qualifications, must reach the Secretary. Breconshire War Agricultural Execu- tive Committee, The Elms, Struet. Brecon, not later than June 25th, 1918. Only practical agriculturists need apply. Hay Rural District Council Food Control Committee. Parishes of Aberllynfi Glynfach Pipton Llanelieu Tregoyd & Velindre Talgarth (and Trevecca) Hay Rural Bronllys Llanigon Llyswen PRESERVING OR PUTTING DOWN BUTTER FOR HOME USE. J—| EADS of Households desirous of acquiring ■ supplies are directed to obtain forms immediately. Forms can be obtained from grocers at Talgarth, Llyswen, Bronllys, Llanigon and Glasbury, during business hours, or from this office by forwarding a stamped addressed envelope through the post. Upon completion the forms must be returned through the post only (prepaid) to the Local Food Office. The limit of quantity 'allowed is not to exceed lOlbs. per head of the rationed house- hold, and none of the preserved butter must be used prior to September :i(itb. 1918. Any householder preserving Ixitter in this manner will be entitled to consume t sub- sequently at self suppliers rates, i.e.. 6 OZIoi. per member of his household, provided that any regulations as to marking of cards!, etc., in the case of self suppliers are observed. CHEESE PRODUCTION. The Ministry of Food wishes to encourage and develop the manufacture of cheose, which admits of better collection and storage than butter. Farmers and small holders are asked to do their best in this direction. JAMES GUNTER, Executive Officer. Glasbury, June 15th, 1918. Public Notices.— MINISTRY OF FOOD. To Farmers and Others. Supply of Meat and Butter for engaged in Sheep Shearing Harvest Work. I 1NDER the Sheep (Stlps) Order, '1918,; farmer may slaughter tor consumption, 11 his own household a sheep owned by provided that notice of such slaughter is jftgy within seven days thereafter to the Control Committee for the district in the farmer resides. This enables a farJIler fot obtain if he so desires a supply of meat t persons employed by him in shearing or hir work. A producer may also use butter of his 0 j production to feed persons and dependants of persons employed by him on agricultural ,rOtfl if it has been the custom to supply food these persons heretofore. R. J. RHYS, Divisional Commissioner. Divisional Office, Cardiff. MINISTRY OF FOOD. Sugar (Domestic Preserving) Order, 1918. OERMITS for the purchase of sugar the Sugar (Domestic Preserving) Orde 1918, have effect as from Saturday, 8th i,,s^ j I11 view of the fact that the recent spell of j weather is likely to result in early ripening fruit crops, it has been decided that in any CO where the special supplies of sugar that being issued have not been received by retailer, and where the withholding of supP would result in fruit being wasted, he honour these permits out of his ordinary S*°C^J as far as these are available, and a Ge»e-f Licence to this effect is now being issued. privilege should, however, be used only. te those permit holders who are in immedl¡\ need of sugar in order to avoid loss of fruit- DIVISIONAL COMMISSIONER Divisional Office, Cardiff. MINISTRY OF FOOD. Application for Ration Books- 'T'HE attention of the public is drawn to necessity for each person responsible filling up a form of application for$ Books to fill in column 4, namely, the °tf<v!oV^ tion of any individual member of the ho{lse 01 or the school that may be attended by í\.UJ them. DIVISIONAL COMMISSIONER Di visional Office, f Cardifr. MINISTRY OF FOOD. Notice to Vegetarians. OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that t 1 additional ration of fat will be alIowe to persons who are vegetarians and whose custom it is to abstain from meat. upon slir render of their meat cards. Application for this additional fat ration should be made to tile Executive Officer of the Local Food CommitteC of the district in which the applicant resides. DIVISIONAL COMMISSIONER Divisional Office, Cardiff MINISTRY OF FOOD. Supplies of Sugar for Jam Making- M OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN persons who received permits to obtai'1 persons who received permits to ol)tlill sugar for the purpose of making jam, rn;\J obtain sugar on Permit No. 2, from thejf suppliers on and after July 1st next, and use such sugar for the purpose of preserving later soft fruits as well as for hard fruits. DIVISIONAL COMMISSIONER. Divisional Office, Cardiff. MINISTRY OF FOOD. Notice to Hebrews. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that additional fat ration will be allowed tu Hebrews who, 011 religious grounds, do not ear j bacon, upon surrender of the coupons present available for the purchase of bacon- Application for this additional fat ration should be made to the Executive Officer of the Locil Food Committee of the district in which the applicant resides. DIVISIONAL COMMISSIONER. Divisional Office, Cardiff. CHRIST COLLEGE. THERE will be an Examination Oil July is- and 2nd for a DAVID EVA>^ „ SCHOLARSHIP, open to Boys between 13 and 15 years of age, born in the Counties of Glamorgan or Breconshire. Several other Scholarships, nor confined in respect of birthplace, may be awarded on the same Examination. For particulars address the Head Master.