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PREPAID SCALE. Telegrams TnlEs, Brecon. Teiephone P.O. 12 BRECON COUNTY TIMES 'I THE BULWARK & lilon STREET BRECON. Charges for Advertisements. 9 PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS re- lating to SITUATIONS VACANT AND WANTED, APARTMENTS, BOARD AND LODGING, To LET, FOR SALE, LOST AND FOUND, &C., &c., will be inserted in the "Brecon County Times" at the following rates :— One Three No. of Words. Insertion. Iosortions. 15 or Less 9d 1/6 16 to 20 1/- •• 2/- 21 25 1/3 a/8 86 „ 30 1/6 3/- 31 35 1/9 J/6 36 „ 40 21- 4/- Additional words at the rate of 3d for 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 DOUBLE the Above Rates if booked. PUBLIC NOTICES, MEETINGS, CONCERTS, &e. 3/- per inch single column. SALES BY AUCTION :-3/- per inSh Bingle column. PARLIAMENTARY NOTICES AND PROSPECTUSES 1/- per line. LEGAL & OFFICIAL NOTICES: 6d. per line. BIBTHS, MARRIAGES, & DEATHS, ACKNOW- LEDGMENTS, AND IN MEMOHIAM NOTICES: 6d per line, minimum charge 2/6. THE BRECON COUNTY TIMES will be 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" Ctess rro recoived st be "County Times" Offices free of charge, to await the can of the Advertiser if it is desired to have them forwarded, an extra sum of 3d must accompany the advertise- ment. In all cases where advertisers use box numbers or initials, o/o "Connty Times" Offices, written replies must be sent per- sonal enquiries cannot be entertained. Persons: answering advertisements of situations vacant are advised to send copies of testimonials oniy, intimating that the originats will be prodoced if reqnire. Births, Marriages Deaths.
SILVER WEDDING. T ALU AGE—WEBSTER.—On July 11th, 1894, at S. Mary's Church, Brecon, by the late Rev. Herbert Williams, Charles Talmage, Welshpool, to Nellie Eugenie Webster, Brecon. ACKNOWLEDGMENT. Mrs. Price and daughter, of Llan- spyddydd Cottages, wish to express their sincere thanks to all those who sympathised with them in their sad bereavement, also to those who so kindly sent floral tributes. "<Ã)l'; Situations Vacant & Wanted.
AGENTS Wanted, with connection amongst farmers, to sell good cattle food.—Apply, Box 227F, Smith's, 21, Bush Lane, London, E.C. 4. A PPRENTICE Wanted, to the Print- ing Trade short hours excellent wages to be obtained on completion of indentures.—Apply Manager, "County Times," Brecon. BOOT TRADE.—Wanted, first-class D Stitchman, bespoke work, and young man as improver highest wages. —Hunter, Calvert Street, Swansea. COUK (Temporary) Wanted, state wages required.—Mrs. Bullard, Maeshendre, Glasbury-on-Wye. KITCHENMAID Wanted in a small family—Address to Dowager Lady Glanusk, Hay Castle, Breconshire. TWO good reliable girls Wanted as Kitchenmaid and Scullerymaid at once.—Apply, Manager, Castle Hotel, Brecon. 11 w ANTED Waggoner experienced married.—Apply deWinton, Tyn-y-cae, Brecon. 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. \ANTED, General Servant.-Mrs. Grant, Castle Street, Hay. W ANTED 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, ilwansea. N HO U SE-Farlounnaid Wanted, com- fortable home one gentleman, three servants.—X, County Times," Brecon. WANTED, Strong Youth, about 14- 16. — Apply Elston & Sons, Brecon. WANTED, pair of Pit-Sawyers, with own saw, for about six weeks I work on big silver spruce good wages, and railway fare once each way. — I Manager, Board of Trade Lumber Camp, Longleat, Warminster, Wilts. VY ANTED a steady man used to I horses, to look after yard and stables, and make himself useful.—Apply, Dot; Brecon. \Y/ANTED Hauliers, with own horses or traction preferred, to haul trees and pitwood, whole or part time, to New Radnor and Llanbister Road stations, Radnorshire Newbridge-on- Wye and Builth stations, Breconshire, 1 from woods close by.—Jennings & Co., Ltd., Pennywell Road, Bristol. Also Tree Loaders, Fellers, Cross-cuiters. Apply, Mr. Ayre, Red Lion Inn, New Radnor. I WANTED, good General, good wages to suitable girl, references re- quired.—Mrs. Miller, Bryncoed," Sketty Road, Swansea. c. W ATD. on small farm, Lad or Man to follow horses.—Apply Rice, Velindre. Morriston. \Y/ANTED a smart girl as Waitress for Commercial and Coffee Room. —Apply, Phillips, New Lion Hotel, Brecon. & To lot and Wanted OANTYWENALLT Farm, Talybont- ■ on-Usk, for sale privately. Acreage about 84 rent £ 50, game £ 2— £ 52 per annum about 4 acres of larch plantation, also fir trees.—Apply Mary Davies, Fron Dewi, Llanio Road, Cardiganshire. TO LET, within three miles of Brecon, good sized Cottage with Garden three rooms upstairs, three down immediate possession.—Box 33, "County Times," Brecon. I T) LET, pleasant Furnished Rooms ■ in country, easy reach of Brecon.— Apply, Box 143, "County Times," Brecon. WANTED, Rooms or a Small House in or near Glasbury for two ladies, careful tenants.—Box L.E., County Times," Brecon. YY/ ANTED, purchase House, Brecon three or four bedrooms, garden pleasant position early possession.— Box 01, County Times" Office, Brecon. Lost and Found. STRAYED to Hillis, Llanvillo, two S Welsh barren Ewes. William Phillips. STRAYED, Ewe and Lamb to Lower S House Farm, Llyswen, end of May. Owner can have same by paying expenses. —Edwards. STRAYED to Belfont, Cray, since the S latter end of April, three-half-year- old Heifer, light roan colour, Irish or Short breed, with notch under right ear. Will be sold by public auction at Senny- bridge Mart unless claimed within 14 days.—Thos. P. Thomas. i Miscellaneous. "A HISTORY OF THE COUNTY OF BRECKNOCK," by Theo- philus Jones (3 vols. 1805-1809), in per- fect condition. What offers ?—Knight, Struet, Brecon. -_uu_- FOR SALE, a fing and handsome pure Guernsey Heifer with Heifer Calf.— Mills. Ty-r-Bryn, Talgarth. 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, antique solid mahogany Gent's Wardrobe in perfect con- dition, height 6ft. 6in. by 4ft., two long and two short drawers, four sliding trays, etc. a very handsome piece of furniture. What offers.-91, The Struet, Brecon. LOOK AHEAD Coal problem solved by burning Peat." A luxury and economy at once. Half or truck loads sent any station motor deliveries Lon- don. Oak Log also supplied. Large or small quantities.—Write Wilsons Fac ade, West Norwood, London. FOR SALE-American Organ, two sets of reeds, pedal, good condition polished walnut frame.—A.T., c/o "County Times" Offices, Brecon. PULLETS and Ducks laying 10/6 each, f,6 dozen; chickens two months old 2/6 each, 30s. dozen 12 chicks and mother 30s.; list free. Hummell, Stratford, Essex. POR Sale, Goats.—Two nanny kids, ■ three months, 20s each; nanny goat, kidded three months ago, £ 3.— Mrs Sandys Thomas, Llanthomas, Hay. P ENNET.—Always the same. Always good, always reliable is Stanton's Rennet.—Stanton, Veterinary Chemist, Brecon. P)IP.—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. J ARCH or Fir Plantations Wanted, ■— suituble for pitwood, large or small lots, for prompt cash payment.—J. Griffith Jones, Colliery Timber Merchant, Llanellv. pARMERS' 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. w ANTED, about 1300 Larch Trees to be hauled from wood to station about 2 miles, near Builth Wells. —Apply Beaumont, 12, Cathedral Road, Cardiff. w ANTED, Old Lead or Stone Garden Oijiaments, Figures, &c.—Box HI, County Times" Office, Brecon. W ANTED, Hay, Corn, Chaff, etc., for about 20 horses also Chaff- cutter.-H- C. Ayre, Red Lion Inn, New Radnor. PAULIFLOWER PLANTS—Eclipse, Veitche's A.G., Savoys, Best of All, Drumhead, Winuingstadt Cabbage, Ox Cabbage. 2s. per 100, 10s. per 1000 car- riage or post paid.—C. H. Porter, Mun- ston Farm, Hereford. P\IP.—Stanton's Dips, Powder and Liquid, best of all at best prices. — Stanton, Veterinary Chemist, Brecon. TV/"ANTED, Pitwood, Fir and Oak.— Particulars to David Jones and Co., Ltd. (Pontnewynydd), Belle Vue, near Pontypool, Mon. 1^4 AGGOT LOT [ON. — Look before ■ coming to Market whether Maggot Lotion is needed, and if so call at Stanton's. Is. bottles, 10s. doz. Stanton, Veterinary Chemist, Brecon. COLTR MIXTUIIE.-qcour in Calves, S 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. -<>- YV7ANTED, small Governess Cart to » fit donkey.—Llangasty Rectory, Bwlch. Utility Rabbits for Sale. Any quantity. Age 1 to 2 months, 4 for 10s. Age 2 to 4 months, 4s. each. Young Stock Does, mated, 10s. each. Young Stock Bucks, 9s. each. Carriage paid. Crate free. Flemish Giant, Flemish-Belgian first- cross, Angora, and English Bucks at Stud fee 2s. 6d. Jack Webb, Bear Street, Hay. mmmtm fJJ Get Your Cycle AT øOTr & CO., HIGH ST., BRECON. Best Makes in Stock :— ALLDAYS, ROYER, HUMBER, CALCOTT. IALLDAYS, Any kind of Repair Executed. BOROUGH OF BRECON. PROGRAMME OF PEACE CELEBRATIONS. SATURDAY, JUL#19th, 1919 :— 2-30 to G-30 PAI. Athletic Sports on Recreation Ground. 5-30 Aquatic Sports. 6-30 Dinner and Smoking Concert for Sailors and Soldiers. MONDAY, JULY 21st :— 1 p.m. Dinner for Old Inhabitants. 8 p.m. Grand Patriotic Concert. TUESDAY, JULY 22nd .— 3-30 p.m. Children's Tea. 5 p.m. Children's Sports on Recreation Ground. WEDNESDAY, JULY 23rd :— 5-30 p.m. Carnival Procession. 9 to 2 a.m. Carnival Peace Ball in Market Hall. LOOK. OUT FOR OFFICIAL SOUVENIR PROGRAMME-PRICE 4d. Entry Forms of all Competitive Events will be distributed throughout the Town immediately. Extra copies may be obtained from Mr. Albert E. Hughes, 12, Castle Street, Hon. Sec. Sports Committee. A number of spaces on Recreation Field will be allotted free to Refreshment Stall Holders. T. GRIFFITH JONES, l Joint A. J. CORBETT, J Hon. Sees. THE LICENSING (CONSOLIDATION) AST, 1910. Notice of Principal Meeting. County of Brecon. NOTICE is hereby given that the Principal Meeting to be held pursuant to the 1 Licensing Rules, 1910, by the Compensation Authority for the above area will be held at the County Hall, Brecon, in the said County, at 11-30 o'clock in the forenoon on the 22nd day of July, 1919. AND Notice 34 hereby also given that the Compensation Authority will at the Meeting be prepared to hear, with reference to the Renewal of the Licences of the several premises SPECIFIED in the subjoined List, all those persons to whom under the Act they are bound to give an opportunity of being heard that is to say, the persons interested in any licensed premises in question and, unless it appears to the Compensation Authority unnecessary, any other persons appearing to them to be interested in the question of the renewal of the Licence of those premises (in- cluding the Justices of the Licensing District). List of Licensed Premises. Name and situation of premises. Nature of licence. Licensee. Talgarth Licensing District:— Firtree Inn, Crickadarn Aleheuse Mrs. Mary J. G. Watkins. Ashburnham Hotel, Talgarth Alehouse David Lewis Edwards. Dated this 30th day of June, 1919. HENRY F. W. HARRIES, County Hall, Brecon. Clerk of the Compensation Authority. BOROUGH OF BRECON. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Poultry & General Market will be held next week on THURSDAY, the 17th day of JULY instant, AND NOT on Friday, the 18th. G. HYATT WILLIAMS, Guild Hall, Town Clerk. Brecon, 8th July, 1919. The Hereford Herd Book Society. IMPORTANT NOTICE To Pedigree Hereford Cattle Breeders. TO inaugurate the new method of Registration in the Herd Book all Breeders must forward to the Secretary on or before 31st JULY, 1919, a complete return of every head of Pedigree Hereford Cattle in their possession. Forms for the purpose and explana- tions of the new system may be obtained from W. Q. C. BRITTEN, Secretary. 20, East Street, Hereford. — Educational. i Woodlands Day A Boarding School fop Girls (Preparatory for Little Boys) CAMDEN ROAD, BRECON. Principals: Miss Park-Brown and Miss Wright, A.R.C.M. Usual Ergli=h Sub ects, Nature Study, Needlework, French, Drawing, P&intiDg' Health Exercises, Dancing. MasJc speciality. SHORTHAND and BOOK-KEEPING. Outside Students may attend for any of I the abova subjects. Next Term begins May 7th. I I PRIVATE TUITION. I MR. W. P. J. LBBROCQ, M.A., F.L.S., F.R. Met. Boo. (Honours, Christ's College, Cam.) PREPARES PUPILS for Com- JL missions n the Army and Navy, and for Law, Medioal, Civil Service and other Entrance Examinatione. Private lessons in Botany, practical Botany with use of Microscope, Mathematics French, Nature Study, eto. BRECON COUNTY ANNUAL. It is proposed to resume Publication of the BRECON COUNTY ANNUAL which had to be sus- pended during the latter part of the war owingjto the scarcity of paper. 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AN Official Time Book containing full particulars of the Numerous ADDITIONS and ALTERATIONS in the TRAIN SERVICE and giving particulars of through connections to the principal Centres on other Companies' Lines can be obtained at the Stations and Bookstalls. Price One Penny. S. WILLIAMSON, General Manager. Oswestry, July, 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, &e. Ensemble Classes for the Practice of Chamber Music. SCHOOLS VISITED. For terms apply- 19, The Struet, Brecon. )
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