BRECON ¡ ING and I I liVERY STABi.tiS I UON STREET, H sgonettes, Lindane, and • Vehicles ot every deaoriptioc;. iy ?Riftrt Wedding Equipages, ty, > Hearses aDd kloTirning Coaches. given oaf eaafcomars templets ioij5j' t!-a ?or nearly 50 years enS reipaetfoii j j .v'->ur petrrnsge, j 'I\ .v'->ur petrrnsge, j l>. J, MEDCALFF. Proprietor. J
MEAT SHgRTAH. MEREDITH & SONS, /• THE STORES, BRECON, For Tinned and Potted Tongues, Salmon, Sardines, Herrings, Prawns in Oil and Tomato zrl Sauce fc lowest prices. v No coupcei required for Fish or FishPastes.
B ele41,39; Tyuza, Brecon. Telephone P.O. 12. recoil Countp times # LIMITED, BRECON. hr THE WASTING & PUBLISHING OFFICER BULWARK AND LION STREET, 4IJ "osinesg Communications ^honld be L^SR9^ bounty Timea Ltd., Brecon, plej • intended for publication as Newg acr! Hi w-th purely news questions should to tbe Editor. etc., should be made payable to the 15 County Times Ltd. ?r«isemenis for the "Western'Mail" and the Disg Express" are received at t'na office, and ||2 ^ken for the "Evening Express" and Mai!" ag well as "Western Mail ^aticag, c. Charges for Advertisements, PREPAID SCALE. DVEKTISEMENTS relating to l^OSG VACANT AND WANTED. APARTMENTS, ASB LODGING, TO LET, FOR SALE. LOST AND Hj?' &"c., &c., wii' be inserted in tbe "Brecon ^5" Times" at the following rates :— jj • One Three cf Words. Insertion. In-;Prtiom.I le °f Leaa 93 U6 46 *o 20 1/- 2)- „ 30 1/6 31- „ 35 1/9 3/6 40 2/- 4/- atsal worda at the rate of 3d for every Portion of five) fcr one insertion and 6d for srtions. Stamps not accepted ir pay ment, dements will be charged a* Double the ates i! booked. 'IC NOTICES, MEETINGS, CO»- &C: 3/- per inch single column. S *BY AUCTION :— 3/- per inch single IAMENTABY NOTICES AND SCTUSES 1/- per line. i ■X. & OFFICIAL NOTICES 6d. pzr line. MARRIAGES, and DEATHS, Ackmov^hbdg- i„ 25 1/3 2/5 „ 30 1/6 31- „ 35 1/9 3/6 40 2/- 4/- atsal worda at the rate of 3d for every Portion of five) fcr one insertion and 6d for srtions. Stamps not accepted ir pay ment, dements will be charged a* Double the ates i! booked. 'IC NOTICES, MEETINGS, CO»- &C: 3/- per inch single column. S *BY AUCTION :— 3/- per inch single IAMENTABY NOTICES AND SCTUSES 1/- per line. ■X. & OFFICIAL NOTICES 6d. pzr line. ?, Mabbiabes, and Deaths, Ackmov^hbdg- sd In Memobiam Noiices: 6d. per line, n chRr £ !P 2/5. HKECON COUNTY TIMES will be any part of the United Kingdom at Wing rates prepaid :— 52 weeks 10J10 26 5/5 13 •• 2/9 And abroad at the Usual Rates 8 to Advertisements of the ''Wanted" received at «he ''County Times" Offices to await ca-U of the Advertiser; ssiretl to have them forwarded, an extra mnst ftccornpiny the advertisement. ease* wbern adverting uf»e box numbers >s, c/o fountv Timet." Offices, written uSt i>e shui j persctmi enquiries cannot ainrd. 'S fioawering advertisements of situations re advised to seud entries of testimonials iiriatint- ibat tl»e oi igioals will be produced important to write plainly. Every 5c is taken to ensnre accuracy in the of Advertisements, but we cannot a*ccept QEsibility for errors. frs, Marriages, and Deaths, ACKNOWLEDGMENTS. Mrs Davies, Green Dragon Hotel, n, wish to thank all their friends who tatters of sympathy on the death of son, Lieut. Ivor G. Davies, "Wilts Regt. to the large number of letters ed, it is impossible to reply personally. [ I IZ, 219 And abroad at the Usual Rates 8 to Advertisements of the ''Wanted" received at «he ''County Times" Offices to await ca-U of the Advertiser; ssiretl to have them forwarded, an extra mnst ftccornpiny the advertisement. ease* wbern adverting uf»e box numbers >s, c/o fountv Timet." Offices, written uSt i>e shui j persctmi enquiries cannot ainrd. r'tt! fioawering advertisements of situations re advised to seud entries of testimonials iiriatint- ibat tl»e oi igioals will be produced important to write plainly. Every 5c is taken to ensnre accuracy in the of Advertisements, but we cannot a*ccept QEsibility for errors.
frs, Marriages, and Deaths, 7 It ACKNOWLEDGMENTS. I Mrs Davies, Green Dragon Hotel, n, wish to thank all their frieuds who tatters of sympathy on the death of son, Lieut. Ivor G. Davies, "Wilts Regt. to the large number of letters ed, it is impossible to reply personally. <ttld Mra Alfred Quarrell and family wish ^Qvey their sincere thanks for the many C letters and 'expressions of sympathy iLLved by them in the sad loss of titeir ordon, of the Queen's Regt.
k Lost and Found. Hr ^YED from Brecon Arms, Penderyn, Saturday, one Bay Horse six years l%t i ^uds also one Bay Mare 13'3 both Finder rewarded. 1^2 Reward. Lost, Saturday afternoon, ugust 10th, 1918,00 the road between 11V ,e and Brecon, a Silver Fountain m^a»ric^ly chased name Frank Murrell !■ on panel.—Finder will receive above j ^D^returningjjht^^ To Let and Wanted. B1 ^SE Wanted to purchase with little Land rti "ear Llandrftidod or Builth Wells.—Full to Progress," County Times" reeon. ^STAR Farm, in the parish of Modrydd, ^-Brecon, to Let immediately in- must take oyer stock and crops StJe ,l0n-—Apply HowellPowell, Auctioneer, Brecon. |o ■ v "a/1 furnished, pleasantly situated, ryn, Craaoc Road. Brecon. 'kXTF,I) to Rent a House or Villa in & n recon, rent about Y,30 per annum Possession desired. Apply to Rees £ Son, Solicitors, Aberdare, V "■1 f — I I Vacant and Wanted. APPRENTICE Wanted, to the Printing Trade.—Apply Manager, "County Times, Brecon- COOK V/:ui# £ xl two in family.—Mrs Walker, Sunnybank, Brecon. GENERAL Bervtint lioiiest and trustw orthy. '—* — Mrs. Jones, Gwalia, Ship Street, Brecon. GENERAL wanted, must be strong and healthy, only two in family, help given and good wages.—Mrs Cohen, 34, st street, Reading. GOOD (General family 4 able to wash, help giveei ihree evenings out weekly.— Harris, Ashfiekl, Crickhowell. I V\/ ANTED, Cooii General or Working Housekeeper, fanaly two, baby 13 months, nursemaid kept.—Apply, Msfrsh, Bryn- tirion, Abergaveuny. VY/ANTED, steady Man. accustomed to W horses. Apply Powell, Brewery, Brecon. j -n- WANTED an Organfet for Liansantifraed Church salary £ 20.—Applj7, Rector. WANTED intelligent capable Maid fond of children and couiitry wages £ 26. "T.N. "County Times," Brecon. ANTED Good Goiiferal; plain cooking; small family no washing references required.—Mrs. Jeukills," Redcroft," Trealaw, Rhondda. WANTED Good Genwal Servant.—Apply, Mrs. Grant. Castibe Street, Hay. • w ANTED, for small family (two) in Brecon, Da-y Girl oT General MtiicL—Ap^ly No. 24, County Times," Brecon. \Y/ANTED in •September, Cook Ge»e«al in small family over liO preferred.— Applv. Dr. Thomas, at Sunny Bank, Llanwrtyd wells. W'ANTED, Shorthand typist for office in •Brecon.—Apply, Box P, County Times Offioe, Brecon. VY/ANTED in Brecoift good Getieral Servant, able to do plain cooking.—Box 6 L, County Times." WAXTED, Dairymaid and plain Cook, in a VV quip-t country plass good references. —Apply, Mrs H. d&Wint<c*i, Tyny-eae, Brecon. Z, \V/ANTED for Neath, Glamorganshire, third week September, experieficed parlour- maid, also good Housemood-Full particulars to Mrs Cibbins, Abernwit Hotel, Llanwrtyd. ANTED, Woman to do cooking and part housework in bu-siaess kouse also young girl about 16 for housework.—Mrs Adcock, Warwick House, Brecon. \JUANTED, good Ganeral; references required; good home state wages.—Mrs Jack- Molineux, Holton road, Barry. WANTED, Cook-General two in fatnily.- Apply, Mrs Meredith, Walford Cottage, Brecon. YOUNG Lady Apprentice Wain ted for the Chemistry. — Apply, Walter Gwiilim, M.P.S., Pharmacist, Brecon. ■ 111 For-Sate and Wanted. OR SALE, in stock ready for despatch, ■ McCormick and Massey Harris SeLf Binders.—Robert Williams & Sons, Ltd., Hay. FOR SALE—Belgian Hares, six months old. —Cantref Rectory, Brecon. FOR 4 SALE, Four Acres Standing Oats, white.—Apply, Lewis Lewis, Pen'pentre, Defynnock, Breecki. AS ENGINE, 1 h.p. working up to 1* h.p., for sale cheap beleved to be in good running order I removal easy, railway goods yard only half-a-mile away.—Apply Manager, "County Times" Office, Brecon. pIANO BARGAINS.—Gors and Kallman Upright Grand 960 Farrand Upright £ 54 Bishop Upright 124 Collard and Collard Grand ilOO Weber Upright (when new 90 guineas) 965 all instrNments delivered carriage paid. Write for complete catalogue and bargain list to C. Milsom & Son, Ltd., The Great West of England Piano .House, 15, Milsom Street, Bath. SHORTHORN Calves for rearing, from record Cheshire milkers,, by pedigree bulls quotation to any station no fancy prices.—Frank Dobie, Littleton, Chester. WANTED, small riding Pony, age 3 to 4. — Price and particulars to Mason, Lluestnewydd, Newbridge-on-Wye. \Y ANTED Second-hand piano in good con- dition.—Apply stating price, Box 5x, "County. Times" Office, Brecon. • "iff: J j 4, THE BULWARK, BRECON. I 1 S.P.C.K. DEPOT, nn BUUKS In BOOKS! BOOKS! -iIlVí'S '1V" -1!iiQ!F" 1\7" 1"1 I NO VEL8, CLASSICS, Etc., Etc., j 1 including 1- | I "Everyman's" and "The Wayfarer's"' Librapies. 8 1 Daily additions to the stpre of popular Novels in 1 I cheap editions (the latest and the old favourites) and to a 1 1 carefully selected' range of the Classics in Literature. 9 I POSTCARD AND AUTOGRAPH ALBUMS, NOTE CASES,&C I -r. -.J,. i:ØII I AT THB UP-TO-DATE < 1 Book, Stationery and I Newspaper Stores, • I 4, The Bulwark, BRECON. s I Troprietors: BRECON COUNTY TIMES LTD. I Formerly T. JONES. OUR MOTTO: • u We better serve ourselves by serving others best." ♦ t Il.ø Fill i ■- a——B8gau«ii" <»«»»——^metommmtmm^i———— Miscellaneous. DIP.-Sheep Dips at Stanton's. Stanton's Dips, Powder and Liquid, Cooper's Dips, McDougall's Dip, finest Red Raddle. Best Value, Best Prices. Stanton, Veterinary Chemist, Brecon. DIP,—Get your Dip at Stanton's you will be sure of getting the best. All leading makers stocked. Stanton's Dips, Powder and Liquid, unrivalled. Stanton, Veterinary Chemist, Brecon. IP.-Your wool will fetch top prices if your sheep are dipped with Stanton's Liquid Dip. Kills tick, cures scab, gives a nice goft fleece, does not'stain.—Stanton, Veterinary Chemist, Brecon. MAGGOT Lotion.—Look before coming to Market whether Maggot Lotion is needed, and if so call at Stanton's. ls. bottles, 10s. doz -Stanton, Veterinary Chemist, Brecon. OLD styl$brushes are injurious to the hair. Why use them when the Tatcho Hair HEALTH Bitu-sit can be had free of charge ? Send a postcard for particulars to Tatcho Laboratories, 5, Great Queen Street, Kingswayr London, W.C. 2. PULLETS; factious laying strains March, 1918 hatch 10s 6d each, 96 doz.; ducks same price. Stamped envelope list breeds.— Hummell, Stratford, Essex. SCOUR Mixture.—Scour in Calves, ft great source of loss of valuable animals, is cured by a few doses of Stanton's. Scour Mixture. by a few doses of Stanton's. Scour Mixture. Is. 6d. and 2s. 6d. bot&es.—Stanton, Veterinary 1 Chemist, Brecon. PABISH COUNCIL CLERKS.—The forms and notices required by Clerkg to Pariah Councils and Parish Meetings may be b otainc'd at the Comity Times" Offices, Brecon. Public Notices. MINISTRY OF FOOD. Scheme of Lard Distribution. •. Registration. j ALL wholesalers of .lard who wish to obtain lard under the scheme for Lard Distribu- tion must be registered in their proper category. For this purpose both Primary and Secondary Wholesalers must immediately obtain from the Ministry of Food the appropriate form of applicatfOn for registration Fats 11 for Primary Wholesalers, and N. Fats 14 for Secondary Wholegalers). Each branch estabjshment must be regis- tered separately. These forms must be filled up and returned to the Minist* of Food, Room 435, Palace Ohnmbens, Westminster, S.W. 1, immediately. A certificate of Registration will be issued in approved cases. Only such traders as were registered as Secondary Wholesalers under the scheme for the distribution of imported bacon, hams and lard may now apply for registration as Secondary Wholesalers. If in any case a trader registered under that scheme as a Primary Wholesaler now wishes to obtam his supplies of lrd from a Primary Wholesaler he may app for permission to do so to the Bacon Distribution Section, Room 435, Ministry of Food, Palace CBambers, Westminster, S.W. 1. The application, which should be accompanied by a full statement of the grounds for it, will then be oonsidered on its merits. No trader can be registered both as a Primary and as a Seoondary Wholesaler of lard. R. J. RHYS, Divisional Commissioner. August 9tlt, 1918. 8, Park Grove, Cardiff. V I 'QZ3l It H3i lUlsi IL— IC iCZj~ I n r u (- JUST A WORD IN YOUR EAR. I J All Dress Needs for Men and Boy, s are to be' L found at the best in our well equipped Stock. There are Shirts of all kinds, Glcfcyes, Under- wear, Stockings, Socks, Hats, Collars, Ties, -,PWces and Handkerchiefs, etc, etc. There -i are Suits, Raincoats, and separate garments, n' such as Trousers, Vests and Coats, Workmen's U Clothing, and all requirements for Land r D Workers, including Women's Overalls, Breeches U n and Caps. Whater you need in clothing you U will procure it easily and economically at o ¡ „ .tht: MMumcnt • SPECIAL STOCK FOR FUNERA4. REQUIREMENTS. u FL-1 II 1..1 II II ii ir-1 V I- • PUBLIC NOTICES. 't Ministry of Food. .Caerphilly Cheese. I UNDER tfie Caerphilly Cheese Requisition Order 13th July, 1918, all Caerphilly Cheese manvtfactured on or after 29th July (whether whole milk, skimmed or partially skimmed) must be placed at the disposal of the Food Controller. All makers of Caerphilly Cheese diould apply immediately to the Ministry of Food, New County Hall, London, S.E. 1, for a Maker's Nomination Form on which to nominate one only of the appointed factors named below who will take delivery of such cheese on behalf of the Food Controller Messrs. Palmer, Sons & Toogood, in con- j unction with Messrs. BODY & SONS, Highbridge (Somerset). Messrs. Collett, Whitfield A Co., Ltd., Colonial Buildings, Cardiff. Mr. G. A. ARFIT, Cheese Factor, Cambrian Road, Newport, Mon. R. J. RHYS, Divisional Commissioner. 8, Park Grove, Cardiff, 17th August, 1918. ..J j PUBLIC NOTICES. Ministry of Food. Visitors to Holiday Resorts. PERSONS intending to leave home On holiday should note that it is essential to have.with them their complete Ration Books. If any leaves of the RatiOllloo Books have beeto. detached and lodged with retailers they should be recovered for the time being and taken to the town which it is proposed to visit, as it is necessary, when either staying in apartments or Residential or Boarding Establishments, to surrender coupons in respect of all rationed commodities. R. J. RHYS, Divisional Commissioner. 8, Park Grove, Cardiff, 13th August, 1918. THE SOUTH WALES JAMS AND MARMALADES. PURITY GUARANTEED. South Wiles Jam I Marmalade Co., Ltd., CARDIFF.