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BRECON. Military Intelligence. From the London Gazette Re,-ular Forces, South Wales Borderers—Major G. T. J. Barry is placed on the half-pay list and re- tains his present appointment at the Detention Barracks, Aldershot (Dec. 11th)." INVALID WINES.—In cases of nervous debility, weakness, and as a general pick- me-up, try Meredith's Meat and Malt Wine at 5/6 per bot.—Meredith & Sons, The Stores, Brecon. Another Threatened Rise in Costs.— David Powell, of Penwaiii. Albert Wills, df Bolgoed, and Brychan Jones, of Mer- thyr Cynog. were each fined 5/- at-the Borough Police Court on Monday for riding a bicycle without lights. The Mayor intimated that if people would persist in riding bicycles without lights they would have to raise the fee.—Thos. Smith, of Oaklands, was fined 10/- for driving a horse and trap with only one front light. Defendant said he had taken one lamp to be repaired and could not get it back. The one he used was on the proper side. In this case the Mayor said the decision was that of a majority of the Bench. The justices sitting with his Worship were Messrs H. C. Rich. C. J. E. Large, J. C. BJ Morris, and Evan Morgan. WALL FLOWERS. FORGET-ME-NOTS,- Pansies, Polyanthus Geums, Coreopsis, Canterbury Bells, &c. strong Plants now ready.—QUARRELL, Florist, Brecon A Hint to the Corporation.—William Havard, a driver in the employ of the Brecon Corporation, was fined 101- at the Borough Police Court on Monday for driving a horse and cart without lights. z, —Defendant said he had to obey the orders of the foreman, and he had been on the job eleven years and never had lights. On being told the amount of the fine, Havard asked for time to pay.—The Mayor (smiling) I expect you had better r, make arrangements with your employers. FIRST-CLASS HOODS made and re- covered in a few days.—Write for par- ticulars and quotations, Harold Elston & Co., The Modern Garage, Brecon. A Woman's Logic.—Henry Williams, of Dinas row, was summoned to the Borough Police Court on Monday by Catherine Dunn, a neighbour, who alleged that on the 8th inst. he assaulted her and broke a window in her house. He was also charged by Wm. Morris, ano&er neighbour, with breaking a window* in his house on the 12th inst.—Subjected to cross-examination by Mr A. Jolly, who defended, Mrs Dunn closed the issue by remarking If he was not guilty he would not bring you here to defend him. (Laughter).—After hearing numerous witnesses, the Bench dismissed the three summonses, pointing out that the evidence was conflicting. OLD COVERS AND TUBES made like new by the well-known Harvey Frost process. All tubes returned within 24 hours.—Harold Elston & Co., The Modern Garage, Brecon. A New Venture.—It is interesting to know that with the New Year the Brecon Parish Magazine will be extended to cover the whole of the town. In other words it will serve the parishes of S. John, S. Mary, and S. David, with Battle. Owing to the heavy cost of production, the price is to be raised to 2d. THE APPEARANCE OF YOUR CAR is in its Coach Work. Send it to Harold Elston & Co. to be repainted Wid trimmed. First-class work guaranteed. Confirmation at S.David's.—On Thurs- day evening last the Bishop of Swansea held a confirmation service at S. David's Church, when between 30 and 40 candi- dates were confirmed. The Vicar (Rev. J. Simon) read the preface and the hymns "Come, Holy Gost," Thine for ever," and "Soldiers of Christ" were sung. In his address to the candidates the Bishop dwelt on "loyalty" and "preparedness". His Lordship also referred to the "eud of the world prophecy" which has lately been quoted in the daily Press, stigmatis- ing it as the veriest nonsense. He said they had it on the best authority that "no man knew the day nor the hour." Charles's Celebrated Corn Cure, 1/3 per bottle, by post 2d. extra. Gwillim, The Chemist, Brecon. School Concert.—A very successful concert was held at the Guild Hall on Monday afternoon, given by the pupils of Woodlands School. In spite of the bad weather there was a good attendance, and the audience showed great ap- preciation of the various items on the programme. The dances were par- ticularly graceful and met with hearty applause, and the songs and pianoforte pieces were of excellent tone and quality. The proceeds are to be given to the Brecon Infirmary and the Universities' Mission to Central Africa. Programme:— Piano solo, Melodie," (Earnshaw), Nancy Simon recitation, I Thought," Peter Kynch piano solo, "Happy Song (Durand), Morfydd Arvon- Davies dance, gavotte, Fristwyth, Esther, Marjorie. Enid recitation. "The

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