H BRECON POSTING and LIVERY STABLES LION STREET. Brakes Wagonettes, Landaus, and Vehiolea of every esoription. Smart Wedding EquipageB. Modern Hearses and Mourning Ooaohes. We have given our customers complete atisfaction for nearly 60 years and reapeotfolly olicit your patronage. D. J. MEDOALFE, Proprietor.
FOR QUALITV in all kinds of FISH, MEATS and FRUITS in Tins and Glass Jars, at Lowest Prices. MEREDITH ARSONS." THE STORES, BRECON. Telephone: yl3. Telegrams: Stores, Brecon.
Births, Marriages & Deaths. FORTHCOMING MARRIAGES. The marriage arranged between Lieut. E. L. Stainton, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Stainton, West Derby, Liverpool, and Annie, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Powell, Caedryssu, Brecon, will take place on Wednesday, July 23rd, at the Priory Church, Brecon. A marriage has been arranged and will take place on August 14th, 1919, at S. Michael's Church, Aberystwyth, between Frederick Llywel Green, of Liverpool, son of the Rev. P. W. and Mrs. Green, Vicarage, Trecastle. Brecon, and Nora Irene Price James, daughter of the late Rev. W. and Mrs. Price James, of Portslade, and niece of Miss James, Glan Teify, Aber- ystwyth. Friends will be welcomed at the church. In tender remembrance of a devoted wife and mother, called to rest July 14th, 1918. Weep not that her toils are over, Weep not that her race is run God grant we may rest as calmly When our work, like hers, is done. Till then we should yield with gladness Our treasure to Him to keep, And rejoice in the sweet assurance He giveth His loved ones sleep. From her loving Husband and Children, Fronwen. I. !If >;¡¡..¡,iZsm.r'")
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. APPRENTICE Wanted, to the Print- A ing Trade short hours excellent wages to be obtained on completion of indentures.—Apply Manager, "County Times," Brecon. BOOT TRADE.—Wanted, first-class Stitchman, bespoke work, and young man as improver highest wages. —Hunter, Calvert Street, Swansea. H OUSE-Parlourmaid Wanted, com- fortable home one gentleman, three servants.—X, County Times," Brecon. 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. WANTED good strong youth, 17 to 18 indoors.—Apply personally, Hargest. Camden Arms, Brecon. V\/ANTED Working Housekeeper for farm, mile out of Brecon two in family small dairy.—Box 62, "County Times," Brecon. \X/ ANTED, General Servant.—Mrs. Grant, Castle Street, Hay. WANTED, Strong Youth, about 14- 16. — Apply Elston & Sons, Brecon. WANTED, pair of Pit-Sawyers, with own saw, for about six weeks work on big silver spruce good wages, and railway fare once each way. — Manager, Board of Trade Lumber Camp, Longleat, Warminster, Wilts. VY. ANTED a steady man used to horses, to look after yard and stables, and make himself useful.—Apply, Dot, Brecon. WANTED 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, from woods close by.—Jennings & Co., Ltd., Pennywell Road, Bristol. Also Tree Loaders, Fellers, Cross-cutters.— Apply, Mr. Ayre, Red Lion Inn, New Radnor. WANTED, good General, good wages to suitable girl, references re- quired.—Mrs. Miller, Bryncoed," Sketty Road, Swansea. XY/ANTD, on small farm, Lad or Man to follow horses.—Apply Rice, Vanndre, Morriston. WANTED, a young girl as Housemaid Waitress.—Apply Mr^ Powell, Swan Hotel, Hay. ANTED for Llanwrthwl Rectory near Rhayader, early in August, good General Servant, plain cooking, good references essential, country place, station near, state wages required.— •^pply Mrs J ones, Cockett "Vicarage, *wanwa. W ANTED a smart girl as Waitress for Commercial and Coffee Room. —Apply, Phillips. New Lion Hotel, Brecon, WANTED, Cook-General, strong and capable, other maids kept, com- mence duties August 8th Also Laundry Woman two days fortnightly.—Apply Mrs Blakstad, The Priory, Clifford, Herefordshire. V/OUNG Person required to learn the washing machines.—Apply Steam Laundry, Brecon. To Let and Wanted.. RED and Sitting-rooms to Let in Farmhouse near Brecon, with h and c bath.—Apply "S," c/o A. Hughes and Son, Stationers, Brecon. > B' UILTH WELLS. — Furnished House Wanted for September and October (or earlier), near church pre- ferred, four bedrooms necessary.—Apply, stating terms, Rev. Church Jones, Brecon. OlCH Mixed Farm, 251 acres, on Sale bargain owner retiring; also Farms 16i, 36, 57 and 100 acres. —Goddard, Valuer, Hereford. NATIONAL EISTEDDFOD WEEK. TO LET, furnished House, two miles from Corwen, containing two entertaining rooms, six beds, bath h and c, large garden accommodation for car station ten minutes careful tenants only.—Apply The Cottage, Carrog, near Corwen. I lO LET, within three miles of Brecon, good sized Cottage with Garden three rooms upstairs, three down immediate possession.—Box 33, "County Times," Brecon. T"0 LET, pleasant Furnished Rooms in country, easy reach of Brecon.— Apply, Box 143, County Times," Brecon. VY/ANTED, Rooms or a Small House in or near Glasbury for two ladies, careful tenants.—Box L.E., County Times," Brecon. \Y/ANTED, purchase House,^Brecon three or four bedrooms, garden pleasant position early possession.— Box 91, County Times" Office, Brecon. Lost and Found. STRAYED, Ewe and Lamb to Lower S House Farm, Llyswen, end of May. Owner can have same by paying expenses. —Edwards. 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. FOR SALE, a fine and handsome pure Guernsey Heifer with Heifer Calf.— Mills, Tyrr-Bryn, Talgarth. FOR SALE, antique solid mahogany Gent's Wardrobe in perfect con- dition, height 6ft. Gin. 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 bjr*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 Facade, West Norwood, London. OULLETS and Ducks laying 10/6 each, Y,6 dozen chickens two months old 2/6 each, 30s. dozen 12 chicks and mother 30s. list free. Hummell, Stratford, Essex. O ENNET.—Always the same. Always good, always reliable is Stanton's Rennet.—Stanton, Veterinary Chemist, Brecon. FOR SALE, Brown Mare, 14"2 also Chestnut Gelding, 12"2, rising 4. Both quiet to ride and drive.—Apply to Miss Gwynne Holford, Buckland, Bwlch. LADIES, when in Newport should call at Madame Osmond, Corsetierre, Clarence Place, also Queen's-Arcade, Cardiff. TO CARPENTERS AND OTHERS. POR SALE by Private Treaty a* ■ quantity of Deals, Boards, Paints, Bits, Glass, Benches, Trestles, Ladders, Varnish and numerous other articles connected with the building trade. For further particulars apply, Plas Wye, GEO. DAVIES. Llowes, Glasbury-on-Wye. 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. ARCH or Fir Plantations Wanted, — suituble for pitwood, large or small lots, for prompt cash payment.—J. Griffith Jones, Colliery Timber Merchant, Llanelly. 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, 5j3.-Gwillim, The Chemist, Brecon. VY/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 AXTED. Old Lead or Stone Garden Ornaments, 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. « WANTED a good Sheep Dog.— Prosser, Trevithel, Three Cocks. CAULIFLOWER PLANTS-Eclipse, C Veitche's A.G., Savoys, Best of All, Drumhead, Winningstadt Cabbage, Ox Cabbage, 2s. per 100, 10s. per 1000 car- riage or post paid.—C. H. Porter, Mun- ston Farm, Hereford. DIP—Stanton's Dips, Powder and — Liquid, best of all at best prices. Stanton, Veterinary Chemist, Brecon. YY7 ANTED, Pitwood, Fir and Oak.— Particulars to David Jones and Co., Ltd. (Pontnewynydd), Belle Vue, near Pontypool, Mon. AGGOT LOTIOX. — 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. <^COITR 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. "VY/"ANTED, 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. 1s. per lb. paid for ripe Meadow Saffron Seeds io pod, but must be ripe. 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. 210th Year of the £ | § FIRE LJ m OFFICE. FOUNDED 1710. The Oldest Insurance Office la the World1 ^tut Ombd am 4kta am Insurances effected on the following risks:- FIRE DAMAGE. Resultant Loss of Bent and Profits. Employers' Liability and Workmen's Compensation including Accidents to Domestic Servants. Personal Accident, Burglary, Plate Glass Fidelity Guarantee, Sickness and Disease. LOOAL AOIBT: BRECON MR. DAVID POWELL. Public Notices« Walter Powell, Deceased. Pursuant to the Act of Parliament of the 22nd and 23rd Vie., cap. 35, intituled An Act to further amend the law of property and to relieve Trustees. NOTICE is hereby given, that all creditors and othoc persons having any claims or demands against the Estate of Walter Powell, late of Lower Llanedw Farm, Rhulen, in the County of Radnor, Retired Farmer (who died on the 26th day of December, 1918. and whose Will was proved in the Hereford District Registry of the Probate Division of the High Court of Justice, on the 26 th day of March, 1919, by David Thomas, of Barclays Bank Limited, Builth Wells, in the County of Brecon, Bank Manager, and John Powell Price, of Brynmelis, Glascwm, in the said County of Radnor, Farmer, the Executors named in the said Will), are hereby required to send the particulars in writing, of their claims and demands, to the undersigned, the Solicitor for the said Executors, on or before the First day of September, 1919, after which date the said Executors will pro- ceed to distribute the assets of the said deceased amongst the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims and demands of which they shall then have had notice, and they will not be liable for the assets of the said deceased, or any part thereof, so distributed, to any person or persons of whose claims or demands they shall not then have had notice. DATED this 7th day of July, 1919. HUGH VAUGHAN VAUGHAN, Builth, Solicitor for the Executors. « 7 1 I Anne Griffiths, Deceased. Pursuant to the Act of Parliament of I the 22nd and 23rd Vie., cap. 35, intituled An Act to further amend the law of property and to relieve Trustees." NOTICE is hereof given, that all creditors and other persons having any claims or demands against the Estate of Anne Griffiths, late of Cheswicke, j Garth Road, Builth Wells, in the County of Brecon, Widow (who died on the Third day March, 1919, and whose Will was proved in the Hereford District Registry of the Probate Division of the High Court of Justice, on the 17th day of May, 1919, by Sydney Thomas, of Glaslyn, Builth Wells, aforesaid, and Mary Jones, the wife qf Thomas Jones, of New House. Staunton on Wye, Hereford, two of the Executors named in the said Will), are hereby required to send the particulars in writing, of their claims and demands, to the undersigned, the Solicitor for the said Executors, on or before the First day of September, 1919, after which date the said Executors will proceed to distribute the assets of the said deceased amongst the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims and demands of which they shall then have had notice, and they will not be liable for the assets of the said deceased, or any part thereof, so distributed, to any person or persons of whose claims or demands they shall not then have had notice. DATED this 7th day of July, 1919. HUGH VAUGHAN VAUGHAN, Builth, Solicitor for the Executors. Brecon and Radnor Asylum. WANTED, Male and Female Nurses wages for Males commencing at £ 1 16s. 6d., and for Females £ 1 9s. 2d. per week of 60 hours, inclusive of meal hours, with board, lodging and laundry for which a charge will be made. After establishment uniform will be provided. Appointments subject to Asylum Officers' Superannuation Act. Apply, Medical Superintendent, Brecon and Radnor Asylum, v Talgarth. WANTED. 4 Antique Furniture, Coloured Engravings, Old China, Glass; Silver. Complete Libraries of Books. Good Prices given. Personal Visit Arranged. D WILLIAMS, Old Curiosity Shop, CARMARTHEN. I Public Notices. I The Breconshire Agricultural Executive Committee. Corn Production Acts, 1917 and 1918. CLAIMS for COMPENSATION NOTICE is hereby given that a claim I? N by any person interested in any land for loss suffered by him by reason of the exercise in relation to such land by or on behalf of the Board of Agri- culture and Fisheries of the powers exercisable by the Board with a view to maintaining the food supply of the gauntry, must be made not later than one year after the date of the exercise of the powers, or, where such period has expired or shall expire on or before the 31st day of July, 1919, then not later than such date. W. EVANS, Priory Hill House, Secretary. Brecon, 15th July, 1919. ? Glyncelyn Mansion to be Let from 29th September next. 18 Acres of Meadow Land can also be Let with the Mansion if required. Enquiries to- ALD. THOMAS WILLIAMS, Talbot House, Brecon. July 14th, 1919. ———————————————————————- I orn Production Act, 1917. AGRICULTURAL WAGES I, BOARD j (ENGLAND AND WALES). Proposal to vary certain special Rates of Wages for a Special Class of Male Workers in Brecon and Radnor. THE Agricultural Wages Board (England and Wales) hereby give Notice, as required by the above Act, that they propose to vary their Order of the 4th February, 1919, fixing minimum rates for male workers under 18 years of age in the area comprising the adminis- trative counties of Brecknock a*d Radnor by cancelling Clause 1 thereof (fixing special rates applicable to a special class of workers who are wholly or partially boarded and lodged by their employers and whose duties include attending to horses or other stock) and Clause 6 (a) thereof (defining overtime employment in relation to such special class) and all references in the said Order to workmen of such special class. The Agricultural Wages Board, as required by the above Regulations, will consider any objections to the above proposal to vary which may be lodged with them within one month from the date of this Notice. All objections should be in writing, and should be addressed to the Secretary, The Agri- cultural Wages Board (England and Wales), 80, Pall Mall, London, S.W. 1. The objections should state precisely, and so far as possible with reasons, what is objected to. Dated this eleventh day of July, 1919 Signed by Order of the Wages Board, R. E. STANLEY, Assistant Secretary. Agricultural Wages Board (England and Wales), 80, Pall MaU, London, S.W. 1. Llangorse Parish Church. THE TOWER FUND. A Sale of Work in aid of the above will be held in the Vicarage Garden, On Wednesday, August 6 at 3 p.m. Admission, 6d children, half-price. — HJ — ? TO MASONS. Llanstephan House Contract, Boughrood. JREES & SONS, Contractors, require Walling Masons for exten- sive Contract. Wages Is 6d per hour and free lodging. Apply foreman on the job. Ifauit not etkirig ait aH>sdlr MY dCar boy," SajS the cheerful, well-dressed fellow, You're not looking at all well, and I'll tell you why Because you are wearing a badly cut, ill-fitting and shabby suit of- clothes, and thsugh you may not admit it. you are feeling uncom- fortably conscious of the fact. Indifferent clothes make you look anyhow and feel anyhow. "1 jj* YOUR CURE IS A NEW SUIT And I waut to see you start your cure at the earliest possible moment run to one ? Konsense my dear chap. You ne.edld pay so much as the veQ" high pes frequently quoted these days. "hat d'yer think I gave for mille. 6 Seven guineas Heavens., 110! Eighty-five You brighten up That's now for the suit CUTe my boy." Cow W,, a/c a mmA Cmm cdaog votfR me 1 C.^t^er,^ Brecon, I H exact fit. Come alotic, now, jAz p^tet Good Tatering lngmsjj DUGKDRI. OOSSESS one- of these ■ stylish light-weight Duckdri Raincoats, and you rob this treacherous climate of nearly all its discomforts. They are equally suitable for fine or wet days, having all the advantages of a smart Overcoat, and yet will shed water just like a duck's back. An insolu- ble chemical substance is combined with the very fibres of the cloths from which they are made, making them non-absorb- ent and actually repel- lant to water. Tailored with Talma shoulders, centre seam and slit at back. or in the popular Trench style, and lined through with proofed check lining. They fit snugly around collar and hang smartly from # 11 shoulders. The prices range from 63/- to 100/ YOUR Coat is HERE, come in and possess it. ITT TWSAKflC nil III Ae IrLtpiJcne P £ v^5^ Qfmt JNLSL. Jt< Opposite I lie n. ei AND AT BUILTH. Cambrian Railways. TRAIN SERVICE, July, August and September. 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, &c. Ensemble Classes for the Practice of Chamber Music. SCHOOLS VISITED. For terms apply- 19, The Struet, Brecon.