THii BRECON PdSTiNQ and LIVERY STABLES LION STREET. Brakes Wagonettes, Landaua, and Vehioles of every esoription. Smart Wedding Equipages. Modern Hearses and Mourning Comohes. We hav" given oar onatoraers oomplete atisfaoticn tor nearly 50 years and respectfully olicit your patronage. D. J. MEDCALFE, Proprietor; FOR QUALITY in all kinds of FISH, MEATS and FRUITS in Tins and Glass Jars, at Lowest Prices. MEREDITHND SONS. THE STORES, BRECON. Telephone: yl3. Telegrams: Stores, Brecon.
PREPAID SCALE. Telegrams: TTMES, Brecon. Telephone P.O. 12. BRECON COUNTY TIMES fHE BULWARK &- LION STREET BRECON. Charges for Advertisements. PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS re- lating to SITUATIONS VACANT AND WANTED, APARTMENTS, BOARD AND LODGING, To LET, FOR SALE, LOST AND FOUKD, &c., &G.; will be inserted in the "Brecon County Times" at the following rates :— One Three No. of Words. Insertion. Insertions. 15 or Less 9d 1/6 16 to 20 1/- 2/; 21 25 1/3 2/6 26 30 1/6 3/- 31 35 1/9 3/6 36 40 2/- 4/- Additional words at the rate of 3d for I every five (or portion of five) for one inser- tion and 6d for three insertions. Stamps are not accepted ir payment. Advertisements will be charged at I DOUBLE the Above Rates if booked. I PUBLIC NOTICES, MEETINGS, CONCERTS, Ac. 3/- per inch Bingle column. SALES BY AUCTION 3/- per inch single column. PARLIAMENTARY NOTICES AND; PROSPECTUSES 1/- per line. LEGAL & OFFICIAL NOTIOES: 6d. per line. BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, & DEATHS, ACKNOW- LEDGMENTS, AND IN MEMORIAM NOTICES: 6d per line, minimum charge 2/6. THE BRECON COUNTY TIMES > will b6 sent to any part of the United Kingdom at the following rates prepaid; 52 weeks 10/10 26 5/5 13 2/9 And abroad at the Usual Rates Replies to Advertisements of the "Wanted" Class are received at he "County iimeii'' UuiOtJfc iieo 01 await the call of the Advertiser; if it is deeired to have them forwarded, an extra sum of 3d must accompany the advertise- ment. In all cases where advertisers use box numbers or initials, c/o "County Times" Offices, written replies must be sent per- sonal enquiries cannot be entertained. Persons" answering advertisements of situations vacant are advised to Bend copies of testimonials only, intimating that the originals will be produced if require.
Births, Marriages & Deaths. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS. Mr. J. Moses and family beg to thank all sympathisers, also all friends that sent floral tributes. Mr. Thomas Morgan, Garfanell House, Talybont, wishes to thank his numerous friends for their kind smypathy in his bereavement, and also for floral tributes sent. "I'- ,rt._P_=o:8"
Situations Vacant & Wanted. AGENTS required by old-established firm for tlie Sale of Fertilisers direct to farmers.—Write Box 191 "F," Smith's, 21, Bush Lane, London, E.C. -T- A PPRENTICE Wanted, to the Print- ing Trade. Apply Manager, 'County Times," Brecon. COOK-General Wanted, comfortable C situation, house-parlourmaid kept. Apply. with references, Mrs. Houghton, Stuart House, Edwards Terrace, Cardiff. COOK, good plain cooking also Wardmaid wanted for the Breck- nock County and Borough Infirmary, Brecon.—Apply Matron. GOVERNESS (young) required in farm house for three children (girls) state qualifications, etc.— Mrs. .Jones, The Holme, Lyonshall, Hereford- shire. WANTED, Nurse Girl—Apply Mrs, D. J. Thomas, Talachddu Farm. recon. WANTED Waggoner experienced married.—Apply deWinton. ri yny-cae, iiiccun. WANTED Shepherd to take charge of flock of Mountain Sheep, Glamorganshire. House and coal found in addition to full scheduled rate.— Apply Box 110. County Times Brecon. WANTED Cook-General and House- parlourmaid three in family. Mrs Rees, Glandare, Aberdare. WANTED good strong youth, 17 to 18 indoors.—Apply personally, Hargest. Camden Arms, Brecon. WANTED Working Housekeeper for farm, mile out of Brecon two in family small dairy.—Box 62, "County Times," Brecon. 41 WANTED for Llanwrthwl Rectory near Rhayader, early in August, good General Servant, plain cooking, good references essential, country place, station near, state wages required.— Apply Mrs Jones, Cockett Vicarage, Swansea. WANTED, experienced Cook- General baking family two three servants. Apply, stating age. wages, reference, Hon. Mrs. Green, Jesmond, Stow Park, Newport, Mon. WANTED, Agent for the sale of well-known Liverpool Compound Cakes and Meals must have good farmers' coiinection.-Appli-, with full particulars to Cakes," Birchall's Advertising Offi( e Liverpool. \Y/ANTED, a young General Servant, able to take charge of house and six children wife in delicate health and in business wages 32s. month state by letter.—Mrs. Margaret Morris, 26, Silver Street, Llanfaes, Brecon. VY/ANTED at once. Carter for two horses, permanent job, good wages.—Apply, with references, E., County Times," Brecon. IW ANTED, an experienced Genial.— Apply M. Davies, 24, High Street, Brecon. WANTED, a young girl as House- maid Waitress. — Apply Mrs. Powell. Swan Hotel, Hay. W/ANTED, immediately, Farm Hand able to dt all work.— Apply Morris, LIandefaelog, Talgarth. WANTED, reliable Man to attend to stock and garden.—Apply, Elston, Brecon, \Y ANTED a steady man used to horses, to look after yard and stables, and make himself useful.—Apply, Dot, Brecon. \Y/ANTED a smart girl as Waitress for Commercial and Coffee Room. —Auyilv, Phillips. New Lion Hotel Brecon. To Let and Wanted WANTED small furnished House or Rooms, in or near Brecon end of June.—Box 22, "County Times," Brecon. QANTYWENALLT Farm, Talybont- ■ on-Usk, for sale privately. Acreage about 84 rent JE50, game £ 2— £ 52 per annum about 1 acres of Inroh plantation, also fir trees.—Apply Mary Davies, Fron Dewi, Llanio Road, Cardiganshire. Lost and Found. STRAYED to Belfont, Cray, since the latter end of April, three-half-year- old Heifer, light roan colour, Irish or Short breed, with notch under right ear. —Thos. P. Thomas. LOST, two-year-old Hereford Heifer. — Lewis Stephens, Cwmllivr, Trallong, Senny Bridge. v Miscellaneous. BASIC SLAG.—Agents wanted with good farming connections.—Apply, stating particulars, "Basic," Birchall's Advertising Otfices. Liverpool. CORSETS, abdominal belts, shoulder braces, &c.—Madame Osmond, Corsetiere, Clarence Place, Newport Queen's Arcade, Cardiff. pOR SALE—Five excellent Dairy ■ Cows and Heifers, with and with- out Calves can be seen any day.- Apply W. S. Miller, Forest Lodge, Brecon. FOR SALE—American Organ, two sets of reeds, pedal, good condition polished walnut frame.—A.T., c/o "County Times" Offices, Brecon. MPTY Wine and Spirit Casks for jam, pulp, etc. all sizes small kegs for cider.— Carroll's Cooperage, Fawcett Street, Ancoates, Manchester. ENNET.-NO Rennet like Stanton's is the general opinion of Brecon- shire Cheese Makers.-Stanton, Veter- llliii'y OiiOiUikjl, U, LLETS and Ducks laying 1016 each, p 16 dozen chickens two months old 2/6 each, 30s. dozen 12 chicks and mother 30s. list free. Hummell, Stratford, Essex. GARDEN NETTING, for Strawberry beds, fruit trees, tennis boundary, I etc., 1, 2, 3, 4, 6 and 8 yards wide 100 yards, 1 yard, 12s. 6d., carriage paid.- Parnall and Co., Netting Works, Bedminster, Bristol. FOR Sale, Goats.—Two nanny kids, three months, 20s each nanny goat, kidded three months ago, £ 3.— Mrs Sandys Thomas, Llanthomas, Hay. WANTED, Pitwood, Fir and Oak.— Particulars to David Jones and Co., Ltd. (Pontnewynydd), Belle Vue, near Pontypool, Mon. WANTED, small Governess Cart to fit donkey#—Llangasty Rectory, Bwlch. SúRE Cure for Gapes in Chicken, Turkeys, etc. testimonials from all parts 30 years' reputation Tins 1/3.- Marshall. Honiton, Devon. VJ^ANTED, about 1300 Larch Trees to be haulel from wood to station about 2 miles, near Builth Wells. —Apply Beaumont, 12, Cathedral Road. Cardiff. r\IP.—Sheep Dips at Stanton's. Stanton's Dips, Powder and Liquid, Cooper'iJ3ips, McDougall's Dip, finest Red Raddle. Best Value, Best Prices. —Stanton, Veterinary Chemist. Brecon. JV/f OLESKINS.—1,000,000 Wanted at 90s. per 100. to complete Con- tract. Also Fox Skins. Hare, Rabbit, Otter, Badger and Cat Skins. Feathers and Horsehair bought. Cash same day. -H. Stuart & Co., The Moleskin Specialists, Stuart House, Albion Buildings. Aklersgate Street, London, E.C. 1. rei. Ceiitril 10349. F ARMERS' Wives who use Gwillim's Cheese Rennet will find it acts quickly and separates the cheese per- fectly. You get more cheese, it is ready for market sooner and the flavour is so much nicer. Reduced prices, 1/6, 2/9, 5/3.-Gwillim. The Chemist, Brecon. CAULIFLOWER PLANTS—Eclipse, C Veitche's A.G., Savoj's, Best of All, Drumhead, Wiiiningstadt Cabbage, Ox Cabbage, 2s. per 100, 10s. per 1000 car- riage or post paid.—C. H. Porter, Mun- I ston^arm, Hereford. f)lP—For preventing Fly no dip is better than Stanton's it has the reputation of years behind it and the testimony of all the leading flockowners in South Wales.—Stanton, Veterinary Chemist. Brecon. iV/j Uijii, 1 rappers, Marine Store Dealers and Gamekeepers.— Moleskins Wanted, 90s. per 100. Also Rabbit and Hare Skins, Horse Hair, Feathers, Fox Skins. I buy any kind of Furs and Skins, also Waste Paper. Cash by return.—W. G. Stamford, 5311, Aldersgate Street, London, E.C. 1. z, 1^4 AGGOT LOTION. — Look before coming to Market whether Maggot Lotion is needed, and if so call at Stanton's. Is. bcfcs, 10s. doi. — Stanton, Veterinary Chemist, Brecon. ^COUR MIXTURE.—Scour in Calves, a great source of loss of valuable animals, is cured by a few doses of Stanton's Scour Mixture. Is. 6d. and 2s. 6d. bottles.—Stanton, Veterinary Chemist, Brecon. WI— "'> -c.'¡;¡: > < Get Your Cycle AT NOTT & CO., HIGH ST., BRECON. Best Makes in Stock :— IALLDAYS, ftOYER, HUMBER, CALCOTT. Any kind of Repair Executed. r CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. BUILTH FAIR, FRIDAY, JUNE 27th, 1919. ON the above date Special Trains will run as under :— Rhayader dep. 10 35 a.m., Doldowlod 10 43, Newbridge-on-Wye, 10 52, Builth Road 110, Builth Wells arr. 11 5. Builth Wells dep. 3 50 p.m., Aberedw arr. 3 58, Erwood 4 3, Boughrood and Llyswen 4 12, Three Cocks 4 20. S. WILLIAMSON, Oswestry. General Manager. June, 1919. is. per lb. paid for ripe Meadow Saffron Seeds 10 pod, but must beripe. 6d. per lb. paid for clean Meadow Saffron Bulbs, but must be clean. Any quantity taken. Passenger carriage paid to Hay. Prompt cash with bags. LAST YEAR OF PURCHASE. STOKOE, Chemist, Hay. RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL OF BRECKNOCK Statement of Receipts and Expenditure for the Half-Year ended 30th September, 1918. 1918. April 1st i; s. d, Y, s. d. Balance froi-ii the pievious half- year 2617 9 10 April 1st, 1918, to 30tli Sept, 1918- Contributions from Overseers 1983 0 0 Grants under Agricultural Rates Act, 1891; 511 15 0 From Breconshire County Council in respect of County Roads and Bridges 118 12 0 Do. of Salaries of Medical Officers of Health and Inspector of Nuisances —— From Water Rates for domestic purposes 49 4 8 For Special Ex- penses, viz Parish of Maescar 100 0 0 Llandefaelog- fach 1 11 1 „ Llanddew 2 3 ————— 102 13 4 Rents of Pro- perty 2 0 Welsh Insurance Corporation Dajnage to Bridge 4 10 0 ) V < X5387 6 10 I April 1st, 1918, to £ s. d. £ s. d. Sept. 30th, 1918- :8:t Maintenance and Repair of District Roads 1969 13 3 Waterworks 10 3 6 „ Sewerage Works 26 18 6 Fees for Listsof Births Deaths 4 9 6 Cost of Disin- —— Loans- Repayment of Loans— Principal 40 18 10 Interest 24 13 8 65 12 G Establishment Charges 39 8 7 Audit Stamp —— Salaries 314 8 0 National Health Insurance Con- tributions 11 3 3 "Notification oj Infectious Dis- eases 17 0 Miscellaneous Account 6 0 National Regis- tration Act Expenses 14 2 Food Control Expenses 100 0 0 2543 14 3 Balances at the end of the half- year— In hands of Treasurer. 2847 12 8 Surveyors- (W.Williams) 1 8 9 (W. Joseph) 2849 1 5 Less balance in favour of the Clerk on Pettv Cash Account 1 11 5 Do.W.Joseph (Surveyor) 3 17 5 5 8 10 -2843 12 7 95387 6 ID Audited and found correct, M. F. THOMAS, R. G. WOODYATT, District Auditor. Clerk to the Council. 18th June, 1919. 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. THE RELIABLE MOTORS AND CYCLES as Chosen by the British Government. We are Sole Agents for Triumph & B.S.A. f!c,r¿l. "}rl "o1..n '!c' in Stock. Large Stock of Tyres and Accessories. Fryer Bros. & Co., BRECON. GET YOUR SHEEP DIP AND MAGGOT LOTION from GWILLIM, The Chemist, BRECON. Lowest Prices. l ■ Sports Coats THE SPORTS COAT is as much worn as ever. We hold a vast range in Wool, Silk, and Stockinette. All Colors. Latest Novelties. one- MORGAN & LEWIS, Drapers and Tailors, BRECON. Tel. 16. II .i—ii 11 11 ir-j- r rt t JVTOT in vain, by any means. have we studied the o special requirements of the out- 0 door man in the matter of "SPORTS" Clothes. We hold a select stock of Sports Jackets as illustrated above, and in various other shapes, lined and — unlined. These coats make an agreeable and comfortable change, and are exceedingly dressy. They can be worn with either Flannel or Tweed trousers. Then we have ready here iter you. a fine lot of Flannel 1 Trousers, fashioned in the PI Smartest Style, cut to give per- fect freedom of movement. They are fitted with permanent turn up and belt-loops. The addition Li of hip-straps is a point which all who have experienced the ineffectiveness of the back-strap will fully appreciate. Flannel Trousers in Grey. Men's, 24/- to 35/ Youths, 15/- to 19/6. Also in White. n r Opposite ^PBRKmX the Monument and at BUILTH. I ll iC—ii il 11" Educational. ] ■ Wooaiuds Day ft Boarding School for Girls (Preparatory for Little Boys) OAMDEN ROAD, BRECON. PrinoipalB: MisB Park-Brown and Miss Wright, A.R.O.M. Usual English 8ub eots, Nature Study, Needlework, French, Drawing, Painting, Health Exeroiees, Danoing. Music speciality. SHORTHAND and BOOK-KEEPING. Outside Students may attend for any of the above subjects. Next Term begins May 7th. PRIVATE TUITION. MR. W. P. J. LABROOQ, M.A., F.L.S., F.R. Met. Boo. (Honours, Christ's College, Chun.) PREPARES PUPILS for Com- P missions n the Army and Navy, and for Law, Medioal, Civil Service and other Entrance Examinamone. Private leseons in Botany, practical Botany with oae of Mioroaoope, Mathematios Frenoh, Nature Study, via. bncuOM COUNTY ANNUAL. It is proposed to resume Publication of the BRECON COUNTY ANNUAL which had to sus- pended during the latter part of the war owing to the scarcity of paper. Further announcements will be made in due course.