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BRECON. Hay Harvest.—Haymaking has begun in Brecon and district. TEAS.—All Teas sold by Meredith & Sons are especially blended to suit the waters of the district. Blends at 2s 4d, 2s 8d and 3s. Sample free on applica- tion. The ores, Brecon. Theft by Stages. — At Brecon on Saturday, Wm. Allen, labourer, Panty- gaer, Warren road, a native of Dowlais, was charged with stealing a pair of boots, value 15/ the property of Henry R. Blake, "Tradesmen's Arms," Llanfaes.— Prosecutor said defendant acted as a guide to a blind man, named Henry Morris, who told him (prosecutor) that defendant had stolen a boot on the previous evening. Prosecutor kept a watch on accused whilst he ivas in the house and saw hiiii hike a boot from beneath the table and run to the back. It was one of a pair, the other being missing.-P.c. Hibbert said defendant made a statement to the effect that the other boot was hidden in a gorse bush near Pantygaer Common.— Defendant pleaded that if he was guilty" he did it when he was drunk but remembered nothing about it."—He was sent to prison for seven days. Alleged Negligent Husband.—Upon a charge of leaving his wife and children chargeable to the funds of the Brecon Uuion, David Hamer, Rose cottage. Cradoc, was brought up at Brecon on Saturday. Mr Samuel Davies, reliving officer, said defendant's wife told him oil wie lum nist. mac her Husband had left her on the previous Thursday and asked for relief. She had been allowed 22/- There were four children.—De- fendant said his wife had had no heed to apply for money. She had had his wages a week before, and he had also sent her X2 from the place where he was working on a farm.—Defendant's wife said defendant left her saying she was not to trouble him and he would not trouble her." She had no money in the house when he left.—After further hearing, the Bench ordered defendant to pay £ 2 iticlusivi of costs. "We're going to have some more rain, my corns are giving me gyp Charles's celebrated Corn Cure rapidly removes corn troubles. Only sold by GWILTJM, The Chemist, Brecon. Price 1/3 per bottle, postage 2d. extra. Coal Company's Appeal.—Mr Lewis W. Jones, solicitor, appeared at the Borough Police Court on Monday on behalf of the Breconshire Coal and Lime Co. Ltd., and announced that they had given notice of appeal to Quarter Sessions against two convictions on the IGth inst. for alleged breaches of the Fuel Order. He added that under the Summary Jurisdiction Act it was neces- sary to enter into recognizances or i deposit a sum of money to be fixed ty i the Bench. The latter course would be the more simple one for the company.— The Bench directed the payment into { court of 925 in each case. Irregular Attendance at School.—Wm. ] Howells, of 8, Watergate street, was fined 15/- including costs at the Borough j Police Court on Monday for not sending a child to school regularly. Mr A. Leonard, secretary to the Breconshire Education Committee, prosecuted. Dog Owners Fined.—Before the Mayor and Mr H. C. Rich, at the Borough Police Court on Monday, Jno. George, of Garth, Llanilar, Cardiganshire, was charged with allowing a dog to be at large at night, and was fiiifed 10/- 'inclusive. Three other Cardiganshire men, Jno Thomas, of Brynhamlog, Tre- garon, Thos Morris, of Ivy Bush, Tregaron, and Jno Morgan, of Tycornel, Tregaron, were each fined 10/- inclusive for allowing a dog to be at large without -L:C" L_) ..l, u,¡, flocks of sheep to Brecon. Old Pupils' Association. County School for Girls, Brecon. — Annual Picnic will take place Saturday, July 5th, at Llangorse. Tea at Fairview at 1/3 each. All old pupils heartily welcomed. The Late Mrs J. Moses, Llanfaes.— On Thursday last the funeral took place of Mrs Margaret Moses, wife of Mr J. Moses, Newton cottage, Llanfaes. The Rev R. L. Williams (the Plough) officiated at the house and the Rev J. Simon conducted the service at the graveside. The chief mourners present were Mr J Moses, husband; Mr and Mrs E. J. Moses, Hay, son and daughter- in-law Mr D. S. Moses, son Mr D. Williams, brother; Mrs M. Williams, Rhymney, sister-in-law; Mr and Mrs Haines, Abergavenny Mr Davies, Treorchy; Mrs Thomas, Blaina, and Mrs Thomas, "Tredegar. Three sons, J Messrs Thomas, Alfred, and Willie Moses were unable to be pres £ irt, first named being indisposed and the latter two still serving their country abroad. Deceased was borne to her last resting place by Messrs Enoch Evans, Moses Moses, Evan Jones and Frsuat Jones, employees on the Ffrwdgrech estate. Many floral tributes were sent by relatives and friends. Much sfm.- pathy is extended to Mr Moses and family in their sad bereavement. Infirmary Acknowledgments.—Maga- zines, Mrs Gwynne Holford, Mrs Senior, Miss Tuck vegetables, Mrs H«r»s- ;• fruit, Mrs Seldon medicino bottles and surgical appliances, anonymous. Education Chiefs at Brecon.—Sir Alfred Davies, permanent secretary of the Welsh Department of the Board of Education, and Sir Owen M. Edwards, chief inspector for Wales, met the Breconshire Education Committee on Friday last in conference, and discussed with them difficulties arising out of the new Education Act.


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