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Sales by Auction. By Messrs David A W. J. Price, (formerly David Price and Williams). MB. DAVID PRICE.] [MB. W. J. PRICE Monday, July 1st.—Talybont Auction Mart. Tuesday, July 2nd.-Brecon Auction Mart. Wednesday, July 3rd.—Sennybridge Auction Mart. Thursday, July lSth.Sale of Villa Residence at Llangammarch Wells. Friday, July 19th.-Sale of Llangorse Farms at Wellington Hotel, Brecon. Friday, July 19th.-Sale of Farm and House Property at Brecon. Friday, July 26th.-Sale of Breconshire Farms at Castle Hotel, Brecon. Friday, August 16th.—Sale of Country Residence, Farms, Accommodation Land, Villa and Cottage Property at Brecon. TALYBONT AUCTION MART. MONDAY NEXT. JULY 1st. BRECON AUCTION MART. TUESDAY NEXT, JULY 2nd. SENNYBRIDGE AUCTION MART. WEDNESDAY NEXT, JULY 3rd. All Stock to be in yards by 10 o'clock. Auctioneers David and W. J. Price. 6, Bulwark, Brecon. BRECONSHIRE. LLANGAMMARCH WELLS. SALE OF ATTRACTIVE Freehold Farm and Lands. MESSRS. DAVID & W. J. PRICE (in conjunction with Messrs. CLARKE, DOVEY & CO., Cardiff), are instructed to offer for Sale by Auction at the CAMMARCH HOTEL, LLANGAMMARCH WELLS, On THURSDAY, JULY 18th, 1918, at 2-30 p,m., the compact and desirable Villa Residence and Lands known as GLANYRAFON," situate in the Parish of Penbuallt and under a mile from the noted Spa, Llangammarch Wells, including a Superior House with convenient Out- buildings and Land, containing by admeasure- ment about 30a. lr. 25p., with a select little stretch of Fishing in the River Irvon, the whole let to Mr Gibbs on a yearly tenancy at JE51 10s. per annum. Particulars and Plan can be obtained upon application to Messrs. W. B. Francis & Cqpke, Solicitors, 31, Queen Street, Cardiff, or to the Auctioneers, Cardiff and Brecon. BRECONSHIRE. In the PARISH OF LLANWERN and in the BOROUGH OF BRECON. SALE BY AUCTION at the WELLINGTON HOTEL, BRECON, on FRIDAY, JULY 19th, 1918, by MESSRS. DAVID ■& w. J. PRICE, a com- pact small FREEHOLD FARM, known as the "COED," In the Parish of Llanvvern, containing by ad- measurement about 38 acres. Also DWELLING HOUSE, being 82, The Watton, Brecon, and COTTAGES Nos., 28, 29, 30, and 31, Newgate Street, Llanfaes, Brecon. Further particulars will appear. Solicitors Messrs H. Edgar Thomas and Harries. Bulwark, Brecon. Preliminary. BRECONSHIRE. PARISH OF LLANGORSE. Sale of Valuable Freehold Farms, ETC. MESSRS. 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 :— PENLL&N-AFEL-ISAF Farm & Lands. PENTWYN FARM & Pentwyn Castle Grounds, Heolcefn Cottage; Also 2 BOATHOUSES, Etc., with private right of way, at Llangorse 'L&ke. Further particulars may be obtained from M#ft?rs. W. B. Francis & Cooke, Solicitors, 31, Queen Street, Cardiff, or the Auctioneers, 6, Bulwark, Brecon. BRECONSHIRE. PARISH OF LLANGORSE. MESSRS. DAVID & w. J. PRICE have been instructed to Sell by Auction at the WELLINGTON HOTEL, BRECON, on FRIDAY, the 19th day of JULY, 1918, at 3 p.m. (subject to conditions), the following desirable Freehold Farms. Lot 1. All that farm and lands known as k, 11 "COURTYPRIOR," containing by admeasure- ment 70 acres or thereabouts, now in the occupation of Mrs Watkins as yearly tenant at the annual rent of f70. Lot 2. All that farm and lands known as "CAPEL FARM," containing by admeasure- ment 50 acres or thereabouts, now in the occupation of Mr S. Williams as yearly tenant at the annual rent of C50. Attached to the farms are valuable rights of common. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers or to < Messrs. JEFFREYS & POWELL, Solicitors, Brecon. Sales by Auction. By Messrs. David & W. J. Price. Preliminary. 0 BRECONSHIRE. Sale of Valuable Freehold Farms. MESSRS. DAVID & W. J. PRICE are ■ ■ instructed to offer by Auction, at the I CASTLE HOTEL, BRECON, On FRIDAY, the 26th day of JULY, 1918. the following Freehold Farms, comprising:— I PENTWYN,in the Hamlet of Troscoed 4 I FFOSDDU, in the Parish of Llywel BERTHBALLY, in the Parish of Modrydd I BLAENGWRTHYD, in the Parishes of Penpont and Glyn. Further particulars will appear and may be obtained from Messrs. Gwilym James, Charles & Davies, Solicitors, Merthyr Tydvil, or the II' Auctioneers, 6, Bulwark, Brecon, BRECONSHIRE. I Parishes of infaeseer, Senny, Glyn and Modrydd. Sale of a valuable Freehold Residence and Agricultural Property known as the Maskelyne Estate. m ESSRS. DAVID AND W. J. PRICE are instructed to Sell by Auction at an .J early date the above valuable Estate, which for purposes of sale will be divided into some 20 lots, comprising :— I Glanwysk 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, Gyrn and Cyfartha Gwernilertai 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. By Messrs Miller & Powell. July 2nd.—Brecon Grading Mart. July 9th.—Talgarth Grading Mart. y z, 11 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. HEREFORDSHIRE AND BRECONSHIRE. Sale of Most Desirable FREEHOLD FARMS & COTTAGES. [MESSRS. MILLER, POWELL & CO. ■ will Sell bv Public Auction, at the CROWN HOTEL, HAY, On THURSDAY, 11th JULY, 1918, at 2-30 p.m., the following :— Lot I.-Tlltt desirable Freehold Farm, known as PENTRE FARM. in the Parish of Brilley, in the County of Hereford, comprising 154a. Ir. 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 £ 160 per annum. The. farm is about 1A 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 £ 20 per annum, with an extensive right of sheep walk on the Black Mountain adjoining. Lot 3.-All those FOUR FREEHOLD COTTAGES situate at Ciltwrch, near Glasbury- on-Wye, now in the occupation of Messrs Frank Prosser.- George Stanley, John Davies and Frederick Price, at the annual rentals of £ 3 10s. Od. each. For further particulars apply to Mr R. T. Griffiths, Solicitor, Hay, or to the Auctioneers, Castle Street, Brecon. In the High Court of Justice Chancery Di vision. Kearns v. Beech. BRECONSHIRE. MESSES, DEBENHAM, TEWSON AXD CHINNOCKS (in conjunction with Mr. HOWELL POWELL) will Sell at the Wellington Hotel, Brecon, on FRIDAY, JULY 19th, the valuable FREEHOLD STOCK FARM ALLT ARNOG," Merthyr Cynog, on the main road from Brecon to Builth, and occupying an elevated position in the beautiful valley of the Honddu. It comprises a farmhouse, buildings and about 234a. Ir. 26p. of good pasture and arable land, extending along the banks of the River Honddu, together with hillside pasture and woodland aud a sheep-walk on Eppynt Mountain.- Let at £ 140 per annum. Particulars of Messrs. J..NICHOLLS and SON, Solicitors, 12, Old Jewry Chambers, E.C., 2 of MR. HOWELL POWELL, Land Agent, Brecon and of the Auctioneers, 80, Cheapside, E.C., 2., and 29, St. James's Square, S.W. 1. For Sale by Private Treaty. A BOUT 800 Oak Trees, also Alder, Ash, Elm and Sycamore, on Lower Tylecrwn, Llanfillo. Tenders to Mrs. Price, The Rosary, Llanfillo, Talgarth. ^40^ Sales by Auction, By Mr. Frank Newman. HEREFORDSHIRE. In the fertile Valley of the Wye, between Hereford and Brecon. MR. FRANK NEWMAN is instructed to Sell by Public Auction, at tfie i. GREEN DRAGON," HEREFORD, On WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, JULY 17th and 18th next, Commencing each day at 3 o'clock precisely, In 89 Lots, THE IMPORTANT AND EXCEEDINGLY VALUABLE FREEHOLD LANDED PROPERTY known as THE EARDISLEY ESTATE," situate in the Parishes of Eardisley, Bredwar- dine, Brilley, Winforton, Huntington, and Michaelchurch-on-Arrow, and having a total area of about 3,073a. 2r. 24p., extending from the River Wye to the Radnor- shire Hills, with Eardisley Station practically in its centre. It is divided into 14 CAPITAL FARMS, including the very well-known AGRICUL- TURAL HOLDINGS called Eardisley Park Farm, The Cwmma Farm, The Castle Farm, Woods Eaves Farm, Parton Farm, Parsonage Farm, Lady Arbour Farm, Penlan Farm, Welshwood Farm, Pentre Coed Farm. Fully equipped with Good Houses; Extensive Farm Buildings and Workmen's Dwellings, and comprising a large area of thoroughly sound and very fertile Grazing and Arable Land, including about 300 ACRES OF GRAND FEEDING MEADOWS On the banks of the River Wye, with about 11 Miles of GOOD SALMON FISHING. The Lands are very heavily timbered, Oak and Elm of exceptional quality predominating, a large number of the former trees being of remarkable size. The burdens are unusually light, a large portion of the Lands are free of Rectorial tithe, and in some cases the charge is merely a nominal sum. THE LORDSHIP OF TWO MANORS will be included, as well as practically THE ENTIRE PICTURESQUE VILLAGE OF EARDISLEY, with its old half-timbered Cottages, and portions of the HAMLETS OF 'WOODS EAVES" AND HURSTWAY COMMON." SIX SMALL PRIVATE RESIDENCES called Brook House," The Beeches," The Parsonage." Newman's Place," Bridge House," Hurstway Cottage." A number of IDEAL SMALL HOLDINGS with Grass Paddocks and Orchards. The FULLY LICENSED INN called THE TRAM," and VARIOUS VALUABLE ACCOMMODA- TION LANDS adjacent to Eardisley Village. N.B.—The Vendor is willing to lend ap- proved purchasers 'hvo-thirds of the purchase mouey on Mortgage at 5 per cent. interest, on Z, terms to be arranged with the Auctioneer. Particulars and Conditions of Sale. with Plans attached, may be seen at the place of Sale, at The New Inn and Tram Inn," at Eardisley. and may be obtained at 3s. each upon application to Messrs. Peake, Bird. Collins & Co., Solicitors, G. Bedford Row, London, W.C. 1 W. H. Hamersley. Esq., Land Agent, Woodhouse, near Loughborough and of the Auctioneer, 34, Savile Row, London,"W. 1. -=4 By Mr F. G. Price. July 1st.—Hay Auction Mart. July 2nd.—Talgarth Auction Mart. July 11 tho -Sale of Freehold Meadows at Crown Hotel, Hay. July 15th.-Hay Auction Mart. -;r- HAY AUCTION MART. ON MONDAY, JULY 1st, 1918. FAT & STORE STOCK. Grading of Fat Stock at 9-30 prompt. Francis Geo. Price, Auctioneer. The Cottage, Talgarth. TALGARTH DISTRICT FARMERS' UNION AUCTION MART. On TUESDAY, JULY 2nd, 1918. FAT STOCK ONLY. Grading at 9 o'clock prompt. All buyers' certificates to be handed to the Auctioneer by 11-15 Mart morning. Francis Geo. Price, Auctioneer. The Cottage, Talgarth. Preliminary. HAY, BRECONSHIRE. Important Sale of Valuable Freehold Meadow with STABLE and BUILDINGS, &c., situate at Penymaes, Hay, on THURSDAY, JULY 11th, 1918, at the CROWN HOTEL, HAY. Francis Geo. Price, Auctioneer. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer, or Mfessrfc. D. W. E. and M. F. l Thomas, Solicitors, Castle Street, Brecon. Sales by Auction. By tars. 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 KM OWN 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 5th, 1918, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, the above v 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 0 Dolymaes Farm 314 2 33 7 Meadow. Groesfford 7 0 25 8 do. do. 1 1 6 9 do. do. 2 0 34 10 do. do. I 0 18 11 Meadows do. 5 0 36 12 Quarry Field, Groesfford 0 2 36 13 Land, Llechfaen Tyfry 3 0 4 14 Plantation, Dolymaes 10 1 38 15 Millbrook 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 f25 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 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. -+.- By T. I Phillips Monday, July 1st.—Hay Mart. Tuesday, July 2nd.—Brecon Cattle Market. Monday, July 8th.—Talybont Auction Mart. October 4th.—Annual Foal Show and Sale- at Brecon. HAY AUCTION MART. MONDAY, JULY 1st, 1918. Sale of Fat and Store Stock. Further entries solicited. • BRECON CATTLE MARKET. TUESDAY, JULY 2nd, 1918. Sale of Fat and Store Stock. Further entries solicited. T. J. PHILLIPS, Auctioneer. Office 14, Ship street, Brecon. PUBLIC IVOTICES. National Farmers' Union. BRECON AND RADNOR UNION. GREAT PROPAGANDA CAMPAIGN. PUBLIC MEETINGS will be held as follows BUILTH WELLS at Smithfield- Thursday, June 27th, 1918 (Fair Day), at 11-30 a.m. BRECON, at the Wellington Hotel- z!1 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. JONES, 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 Comjiiittee., NOW is the time for Farmers to Join Up It is a case of 11 Get into the Union or Get Under." Public Notices• 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—Mr R. E. Pettifor, Castle Street, Brecon. Builth District—Mr J. S. Davies. Silverdale, Builth Wells. Crickhowell District—Mr R. P. Griffiths, St. Edmund's, Crickhowell. Sennybridge District Mr W. Williams, Bryncelyn, Sennybridge. Talgarth District—Mr W. Guntr. New House, Bronllys, Talgarth. BRECONSHIRE WAR AGRICULTURAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. WAR AGRICULTURAL VOLUNTEERS IT has been decided to enrol men for Agri- cultural Work who comply to the following conditions :— (1) Men who have not attained the age of 45 years at the date of application for enrolment if in medical categories B 3, C 3, or Grade 3. (2) Men who have attained the age of 45 years, who are in any medical category. No men will be accepted for enrolment who are employed whole-time in agriculture or its accessory industries. Whilst enrolment as a War Agricultural Volunteer does not in itself afford protection from Military Service, the Ministry of National Service have arranged that so long as a man continues to be engaged in the employment at which he is directed to work as a War Agri- cultural Volunteer. lie will for the present, on application to the Assistant Director of National Service, be protected from liability to be called up for Military Service. Persons who wish to become enrolled as War Agricultural Volunteers should immediately apply to the Executive Committee. The Elms, Struet, Brecon, from whom further particulars can be obtained. Farmers who desire to avail themselves of the services of War Agricultural Volunteers should intimate their requirements to the Executive Committee. ) Hay Rural District Council Food Control Committee. Parishes of Aberllynfi Glynfach Pipton Llanelieu Tregoyd & Velindre Talgarth (and TPevecca) Hay Rural Bronllys Llanigon Llvswen PRESERVING OR PUTTING DOWN BUTTER FOR HOME USE, HEADS of Households desirous of acquiring I supplies are directed to obtain forms immediately. Forms can be obtained from grocers at Talgarth, Llysvren, Bronllys, Llanigon and Glasbury, daring business hours, or from this office by forwarding a stamped addressed envelope through tl/e 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 30th, 1918. Any householder preserving butter in this manner will be entitled to consume it sub- sequently at self suppliers rate". i.e., <1 ozs. per member of his household, provided that, nny 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 cheese, 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. WANTED, OR temporary post. Lady Clerk, salary i:52 ■ per annum.—Apply, stating ag* and experience, with copies of testimonials, to the Secretary, Education Office. Brecon. "CQUMTY TIMES" FiXTtIRE LIST. June 27th, and 28th.—Mr G. J.' Apps, general secretary of the National Union of Farmers, speaks at "Builth Wells and Brecon respectively. Tuesday, July 2r 1.—Breconshire Quarter Sessions. Wednesday, July 3rd.—Breconshire Insur- ance Committee. Wednesday, July 3rd.—Garden Fete at Ely Tower, Brecon. Monday, July 8tt Education [* matice Com- mittee. Friday, July 12th.—Standing Joint and Main Roads Committees. Monday, July 15th.—County Finance Com- mittee. Friday, July 19th.—Education Authority. Friday, July 26th.-County Council. Wednesday, July 31st.-Garth Fruit and Vegetable Show. Entertainments, public meetings, etc., which are advertised in the Brecon County Times." will be notified under the above heatk'no- without further charge. Similar notices of other events will be accepted at advertisement rates. Public Notices. v The Event of the Season. .j l GRAND GARDEN FEt and GIFT SALE, ELY TOWER, BRECO I Wednesday Evening Next,li July 3rd, 5-30 to 10 p m. In aid of the Prisoners of War Fund and British Red Cross. BAND OF THE DEPOT S.W.13. Novel Attractions. Admission. Gd—Adults and Children. IN CONNECTION WITH THE FLOWER SHO TO HB HELD AT GRTH HOUSE, On Wednesday, July 31st, there will be a COMPETITION for the JW WALKING STICK and the BEST LADLE Spoox, with prizes of 5/- and for eí1 competition. It,is open to all districts with entrance fee of Gd. For full particulars apply to Mrs. A¡,tJ WILSON, Garth House, Garth, Breconshire. The Show is open free to all VisitOP from 2-30 on July 31st. Tea 6d Brecon Corporation Fire Brjga" T HE Brecon Corporation require a st^j ■ and active Man to act as Third Engi" in their Fire Brigade. Applications, stating age and occupation- be sent to me on or before M 3rd day of J11 I next. G. HYATT WILLIAMS, Town Clerk's Office, Town Clerk1 Guild Hall, Brecon, 26th June. 11)18. COrXTY OF BRECON. Tenders for General County and lp Police Printing and Advertisivg. j 0 PERSONS desirous of Contracting \0" PRINTING and ADVERTISING w one year from the 1st August, igle. 10 August, 1919, determinable on one inOll{0j\ previous notice being given to the e are requested to send B» Tenders for the on or before ten o'clock on MondcO' 15th day of July, 1 918. The Tenders for Advertising must state$ price per inch depth, single column. P insertion. Particulars and all necessary infor will be given on application at my Office at t County Hall, where the forms also can be see' HENRY F. W. HARRIES, Clerk of the County Council- County Hall, -Brecoll, 25th June, 1918. COUNTY OF BRECKNOCK. SHOPS ACT, 1912. PURSUANT to the powers conferred Oil them by the Shops Act, 1912 (2 Geo- 3] Cap. 3), Section 11 (1), the Breconshire Clolillt) I Council being satisfied that the Town 0 Llanwrtyd is a place frequented as a Holi^j1' Resort, DO HEREBY ORDER that W obligation imposed by the said Act to close, shops on the weekly half-holiday be suspender as regards all shops in the said Town o Llanwrtyd, during the period between the July, 1918. and the 11th September, l9b' inclusive. Dated this 25th day of June, 1918. HENRY F. W. HARRIES, Clerk to the Breconshire County Council- County Hall, Brecon. COUNTY OF BRECON. DISEASES OF ANIMALS 'ACTS. 1H94 to 1911. Sheep Dipping (England and Soutb Wales) Order of 1915. ] — I COMPULSORY DIPPING OF SHEP, j\ OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that te above Order made by the Board of culture and Fisheries on the 1st day of 1915, is still in force. The Order pvescV for the compulsory dipping of sheep through0^' an extended area, comprising the whole of County of Brecon, during a period commenCJI t on the 15th day of July, and ending on the 3* day of August, subject to certain exceptions s out in the Order. Copies of the said Order can be seen o.t t County Hall, Brecon, and at th» Chief P° Stations in the County. HENRY F. W. HARRIES. JJN Clerk to the County Council- County Hall, Brecon, 25th June, ID1R.. 9