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PREPAID ADYERTISEMENTS. ==:TO: -===-=-=. =-= PREPAID SCALE. The following Scale of Charges secures the insertion of the following classes of Advertise- ments in both "The Brecon and Radnor Express," — AND — The Radnor Express," APARTMENTS, SITUATIONS VACANT OR ¡ WANTED, TO BE LET OR SOLD, LOST I AND FOUND, AND MISCELLANEOUS I WANTS. Three Six I Three Six Words. Once. Times. Times. 14 words 0 9 1 9 2 6 i 22 words 1 0 2 0 3 0, 30 words 1 4 2 8 4 0, Each extra 8 words 0 4 0 8 1o In cases where replies are to be sent to the Express Office and forwarded by us, 3d., extra to above prices must be sent. In all cases these Charges are for cash with order. I If not pre-paid, they will be charged sixpence per line per insertion. I We do not guarantee the insertion of an adver- tisement in any specified issue, or at all, and will not be liable for any loss occasioned by the failure of an advertisement to appear in any speci- fied issue, or at all. We reserve the right to re- fuse insertion of an advertisement. Whilst great pains are taken to secure accuracy, we would impress upon advertisers the need for legible writing. In any case we only insert ad- vertisements upon the condition that we do not accept responsibility for inaccuracies, nor for any consequence arising therefrom. Cheques, postal orders, etc., should be made payable to the proprietor, G. E. SAYCE. Replies to advertisements with box numbers only must all be written and either posted or I dropped into the letter box at the office, Bulwark, Brecon. The Brecon and Radnor Express," or the Radnor Express," will be sent post free to any address in the United Kingdom at the following rates s. d. 13 weeks 8 26 weeks — 3 4 52 weeks 6 8 PREPAID. SITUATIONS YACANT. A PPRENTICES wanted in the shop and show- room.-E. and J. Kettle, High street, Bre- con. 1802p BRECON AND MERTHYR RAILWAY. Wanted, Men and Lads in the Traffic De- partment.—Apply to Inspector Sparkes, Brecon and Merthyr Railway, Bassaleg, Mon. bl GOOD General Servant wanted immediately. Apply-Mrs Davies, Central Cafe, High eet, Brecon. 1785p GOOD capable general servant required for Mumbles, references essential. Apply- Mrs Stanley Blackall, 5, Langland Road, Mumbles. 1728P QAWYER Wanted, practical hand state ex- perience and wages required.—Ely Steam Joinery Co., Llantrisant. 1764p W ANTED, smart boys, in Brecon, to sell the "Express," on Wednesday evenings-im- mediately after school Apply—T. Rhys Jones, Manager, "Express," Brecon. W ANTED.-Platelayers for the Brecon & Mer- thyr Railway. Apply-Foreman, John Davies, Brecon Station. y X\TANTED, a? General Servant, age between ? 25 and 30; good character indispensable. Apply-Mrs Davies, 4, Victoria Avenue, Penarth, near Cardiff. 1678p WANTED immediately, haulier .accustomed coal trade, must be thoroughly honest and trustworthy, references, wages 1714p Contractor, Cwm, Mon. 1714p vv ILLIAM HARRIS, Grocer, 144, High street, Merthyr Tydfil, requires a, branch manager, assistants and smart juniors.-Apply, stating full- "t particulars. vv ANTED, good general, over 20. Good home. y References required. Apply Evans, Tynewydd," Ynysbwl, Pontypridd. 1735p WANTED an assistant on farm, milker pre- ferred -'live as family, wages. Good chance for Welshman wishing to gain experience, ies, Hungerton, Leicester. 1737p ?ANTED.-Capable Timber Haulier and As- sistant to work team of horses. Good ?ge. S suitable men State age, references and *4* required-A. Jones and Sons, Ltd., 12, Cross Street, Abergavenny. 17491 W ATED good plain Cook, wages £ 26; two in family, ifve klapt. Also Kitchenmaid for nolidays.-GoI¥°n, Tregunter, Talgarth. 1763p TVUV T ANTED, two or three good timber-hauliers, contract work, easy and accessible, must tart Tt once.-Abercrave Colliery Company, Abercrave. 712 W ANTED, Junior Assist;nt for irOnMODgery and furnishing. Also ￼ well educated ?ths as apprentices.—Astons, Builth-L? l'Ollths as.apprentices.-Artoiis, Builth. 114 WANTED, for Pearl Office, smart youth. Must be quick. Apply-Pearl, Office, Brecon. 743 WANTED companion help to wait on elderly lh lady.-Yirs Black Jones, Tynyberllan, Builth Il 735 WANTED for business house, good Cook- General, good character indispensable.— Apply Mrs Smith, Church House, Ewyas Harold, Vtrilas. 1798p SITUATIONS WANTED. TiE SIRED re-engagemtent (housekeeper) to gentleman; business preferred; good refer eHces; experienced; has held licence.-F. E. B., Express" Office, Brecon. 1806p HOUSES WANTED, FOR SALE, OR TO LBT. TlRYNCOED, Waterloo road, Llandrindod to Wells; commodious detached house for sale; together with stables, coachhouses, piggeries large vegetable gardens; good season connection; Call be viewed at any time. 1754p FARMS FOR SALE OR TO LET. QHEAPEST Farm in England on Sale, 82 acres rich land at bargain price. Also other farms; 1b.oney found.—Goddard, Valuer, Hereford. 1787p To LET from September 29th, Tir-Mihangel- isha Farm, near Sennyridge, Brecon. Apply filF. Williams, St. John's Lodge, Merthyr Tyd- fil. 1629p iLiiT. The desirable grazing farm of C Penllwyneinon (including Maesporth and ?operfedd) near Ystradfetta, Hirwain, Brecon- Shire containing about 503 acres of enclosed land, 'Wit h eco]a ith extensive grazing rights on the adjoining Common. It has been farmed by owner for many Ypeo'rg. Mr Morgan, bailiff, will show the lands. j further particulars apply to W. S. Miller. XFtate Agent, Forest Lodge, Brecon. 759 PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. APARTMENTS WANTED AND TO-LET. A BERYSTWYTH.—Nithsdale, Portland Street, Superior Apartments or Board-residence; close to sea and golf links; highly recommended; terms moderate.—Miss Baird. 1759p APARTMENTS.—Suitable for gentleman, to- let; good position Brecon, board optional; j hot and cold bath. Apply—"Express" Office, I Brecon. 1805p "YflSS WADDINGTON, Milton House, 66, Albert road, Blackpool, public apartments; central to all amusements; stamp reply. 1693p T ONDON.—Ladies' Temperance Hostel, Bruns- wick House, Clifton Gardens, London, W. i Comfortable Board-residence, 16s. 6d. to 26s. weekly. Large, airy house; garden.—For par- ticulars, apply Manageress. Stamp. 1796p l — — I LOST AND FOUND. LO ST, from the Park, Cregrina, Hundred House, Radnorshire, yearling ewe, blue face, raddled mark across shoulder, dot on both sides and on crup. Finder rewarded. Apply-John Morris, the Park, Cregrina, Hundred House, Builth. 218 LOST, from Garth Farm, Erwood, two yearling — Ewes, one Radnor, one Welsh. Raddle mark from loins to tail.—S. Price. 710 T OST from Great House, Nantmel, about middle June, Radnor yearling ewe with lamb, pitch- mark W. near side, 8 off side.—Picton Care- less. 1775p T OST five Welsh ewes and two theave lambs, branded W.P. on ewes and P in a circle on I theaves, from Glangwv, Builth Road. Apply- W. Price. 1801p QTBAYED to Gilfach, Rhulan, since April, a Welsh ewe; yeaned since; owner can have same by paying expenses.—D. Davies. 711 STRAYED to Tyrffynon, Llanspyddid, small grey-faced ewe, since yeaned; will be sold unless claimed in 14 days.—W. R. Price. 1762p QTRAYED to Lower Trostre, ewe and lamb, ewe unshorn, lump unpitclied. — Phillips, Lower Trostre. 1773p QTRAYED to Lettypridd, Bwlch, since second week in April, Welsh ewe and lamb, both I pitched "W" and raddle on head, if not claimed in fourteen days will be sold.—Jones. 1791p STRAYED to Trigraig, Bwlch, Welsh ewe, since end of February, yeaned since,* if not claimed in fourteen days will be sold. Jen- kins. 1792p QTRAYED to Bailygriffith, Lower Chapel, a yearling white-faced sheep, with raddle plaster on back, paint on shoulder. If not claimed in 14 days will be sold.T. L. Davies. 1793p STRAYED to Noyadd, Three Cocks, Welsh ewe, since October, 1914. ear mark, swallow tail in right, notch over, crop left. Apply-D. Greenow. 1800p FOR SALE OR PURCHASE. ARTIFICIAL Legs, Arms, Hands, Crutches, • Leg Irons, Deformity Boots,, Trusses, Steel-less Easifit Trusses. Lady Attendant. Ladies' Belts, Belt-Corsets, Elastic Stockings, etc.-Allen Pearce, 23, Charles Street, Cardiff. Tel. 1282. List Free. 3 CORNS or WARTS painlessly, permanently and promptly removed by our celebrated TAURUS SALVE, gives immediate relief, cures while you sleep. 1/- post free. RINGWORM OINTMENT same price.—TAURUS Co., 153, Capel Road, Forest Gate, Essex. 1755p CYCLE AGENTS, MOTORISTS & CYCLISTS. No increased prices. Cycle Covers 2/6 each, air tubes 1/6 each, guaranteed. Cycles (com- plete) 60/ Dunlop, Palmer and Warwick tyres; motor-cycle tubes; cycle and motor-cycle rubber goods; cycle frames; wheels, bars, pedals, etc. Send for special list. Reduced prices.—A. Garton and Co., Talbot Cycle Works, 48, Darlington Street, Wolverhampton. 1751p E NGINES, for driving chaffcutters, threshing machines, etc., from X13 10s; ploughs, cul- tivators, shearing machines supplied.—Thomas Price, Royal Gold Medallist, Penybont, Radnor- shire. 1487p FEATHERS WANTEI>.— vVe are Buyers of all kinds of Feathers. Write for latest List of Prices. Cash forwarded immediately on receipt of goods.—Witton and Company, Exeter Street, Bir- mingham. Bankers, National Provincial Bank of England, Ltd., Horse Pair Branch.. 1797p FOR SALE two Bread Cobergs in good condit- ion, one is crank axle, suit horse 15 hands to 15-2.-Johnson, Baker, Brecon. 1804p FOR SALE.-Copy of 1915 "Who's Who," cheap. Apply—J.W., Express, Brecon. FOR SALE.—Several good dairy jieifera and 2 young Hereford cows, all with calves at foot. -W. S. Miller, Forest Lodge, Brecon. 1748p FOR SALE.—Smart Wagonette, fitted for one or two horses, also Ralli trap, suit horse 15 hands, good condition.—Johnson, Baker, Bre- con. 1804p FOR SALE, 3 excellent dairy heifers, newly -*■ calved. Apply-W. S. Miller, Forest Lodge, Brecon. 733 FOR SALE.-2 6ft. by 12in. diameter heavy flanged cast pipes; 1 6ft. and 2 7ft. by 5in. diameter heavy flanged cast pipes, suitable for pil- lars, etc. Best offer to Price and Williams, Builth Wells. 723 KNITTING Machines.—Beat Home Work. Now is the proper season; it will help keep- ing home going through war. Lists free, lessons free no agents, no middle-men; order direct.—W. Griffiths, 30, Queen street, Neath. Established 1871. 1574p IMPORTANT TO MOTHERS.—Every mother J- who values the health and cleanliness of her child should use HARRISON'S RELIABLE NURSERY POMADE. One application kills all Nits and Ver- min, beautifies and strengthens the hair. In Tins, 4. and 9d., postage Id. GEORGE W. HARRISON, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agent for Brecon F. L. Stanton. Hay J. L. Davies and Sons, 7, High Town. Builth Wells: J. Ward, 8, High street. Knighton G. M. Perkins. Cnck- howell W. H. Kirkland. Pontardulais T. A. Jones. Brynmawr: A. M. Jones, 74, King street. Llanwrtyd Wells D. I. Williams, chem- ist. All Chemists. 1568p PRIME Herefordshire Cider for sale, guaran- teed pure.—Price, Cobnash farm, Kingsland, Herefordshire. 335 SBCON-HAND Hay-Maker by Bamford's. for sale, good condition, cheap. Price and Williams, Builth. 751 j SHORTHORN Calves for rearing, from record Cheshire Milkers, by pure-bred bulls; quota- tions to any station; no fancy prices; correspond- ence a pleasure.—Frank Dobie, Littleton, Chester. 1728p PICTURES, well framed, hundreds of patterns. See the new, neat, polished wood moulding, can be cleaned and always looks new.-Tyler and Son. Bulwark, Brecon. 252 PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. PULLETS. — Thousands March hatch 30/- dozen, three months old 15/ two months old 10/- dozen, list free.—Hummell Farms, Stratford, Essex. 1772p TRACTION ENGINES, Road Locomotives, Steam Wagons and Tractors, Portable Engines, Traction Wagons, Thrashing Machines, Road Rollers, etc., FOR SALE, second-hand. All Boilers passed for Insurance. Full LIST free. Special terms arranged. Portables, Rollers, etc., FOR HIRE. New Thrashing Belts from 55/ Modern Machinery as above purchased. Only address HENRY LEWIS AND SONS, Thames Bank Ironworks, Reading. Telephone 201. 1659p RATS NEVER LIVE where "RODINE" is used. Swift and deadly tit-bit that lures rats to their doom. Every bite kills. No failure, mess, or trouble. Complete clearance certain. Tins 6d., Is., 2s., 3s., 5s. Post 2d.-HARLEY, Chemist, Perth. Agents Stanton, 26, High Street, Brecon; D. J. Williams, Llanwrtyd; H. J. Sparey, General Stores, Presteign; J. Ward, Builth Wells; J. Blower, Knighton and Craven Arms; J. Nicholas, Drug Stores, Llandovery. 1550p ROYAL ENFIELD motor-cycle and side-car for Sale; 1913 model, six horse power and two- speed excellent running condition; owner abroad. —Mrs J. D. Evans, Braemar, Builth Wells. 727 STRONG TRAP for Sale, suit farmer, low price. —Davies, Park Road Carriage Works, Builth Wells. 714p STUDEBAKER Flander 1912 Motor Car, 15-20 H.P., newly painted grey, low body, to seat 4, exhaust whistle, clock, Stepney 5 good tyres, all tools, in splendid running order, any trial, a bargain, t85.-Apply, Kingswood, Tremont road, Llandrindod Wells. 585 W ANTED, to purchase 2 or 3 Heavy Draught Horses, 16 to 17 hands high, good bone and honest workers.—Particulars to Surveyor, Aber- dare District Council, Town Hall, Aberdate. 1799p W ALLP APERS from lid. per roll. Any quantity, large or small, supplied at Wholesale Prices. Our stock exceeds 250,000 rolls, all classes. Write for patterns, stating what class you require, The Barnett, Wallpaper Co., Ltd. (Dept. 223), Campfield Avenue, Manchester. 1225p WANTED.-Large quantity of Wimberries daily, good price given.—Jayne, Wholesale Market, Dowlais. 1769p WALL PAPER, of best designs and good qual- » ity, can be bought at TYLER'S, BUL- WARK, BRECON, as cheap as any house in the trade. See the quality of the paper in the roll be- fore buying. 252 RATsf MICE, MOLES, COCKROACHES, and BEETLES greedily eat HARRISON'S "RELI- ABLE" RAT POISON. Cats and dogs will not touch it. Vermin dry up and leave no smell. Price, 6d, 1/ 2/3, and 3/8. Postage 2d. G. W. HAR- BISON, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agent for Brecon F. L. Stanton. Hay J. L. Davies & Son, 7, High Town. Builth Wells J. Ward, 8, High street. Talgarth David Evans, Grocer, Liverpool Stores. Llandovery T. Rob- erts, The Crown Stores. Knighton: G. M. Perkins. Crickhowell W. H. Kirkland. All Chemists. 1568p MISCELLANEOUS. GRAZING TO LET.-About 14 acres, up to the 25th March. Apply-R. W. Phillips, New Lion, Brecon. 737 VIOLIN TUITION.—Wanted a limited number of pupils. Terms on application.—John S. Dixon, 47 Free Street, violinist, Wheat Street Cinema, Brecon. 1761p IF YOU SUFFER from HAY FEVER, NASAL CATARRH or Cold in the Head, you should use the new scientific remedy, "NOSTROLINE." Smear it in your nostrils and sniff it up. It clears your head instantly, destroys the germs, soothes and heals. Simply wonderful for both prevention and cure. Tubes I/If and 2/9.-Harold E. Matthews & Co, Chemists, Clifton, Bristol, Agents BRECON, Walter Gwillim, M.P.S., Medical Hall; BRYNMAWR, A. E. Jones, 46, Beaufort Street; A. M. Jones, M.P.S., 74, King St.; BUILTH, T. A. Coltman, High St., J. Ward, Chemist, High Street; CRICKHOWELL, W. H. Kirkland, Chemist; KNIGHTON, G. M. Per- kins, High Street; LLANDRINDOD, W. W. Johnson, High Street; LLANWRTYD, R. C. Prytherch, M.P.S., D. I. Williams, Chemist; SENNYBRIDGE, J. Parry and Co., Chemists; TALGARTH, John Parry, High Street. 1729p GOVERNESS CARS, RALLI TRAPS, light, Stylish, Rubber Tyres and without; 20 new, all sizes; ready for immediate delivery. Distance buyers given extra discounts. Also a, few SECOND-HAND TRAPS, cheap for cash. Es- tablished 50 years. Largest makers. Inspection invited.—Avery's Carriage Works, Dock Street, Newport, Mon. 1700p SHIPPING NOTICES. EBEEamE LUXURIOUS MAIL STEAMERS, Regular Service from Liverpool. FAST LINE to CiliDt TAGAMA Fri., July 23 .,M 88;AABIE Fri., Aug. 20 Unsurpassed Accommodation for all 1 classes. Moderate Fares. Special Tours arranged. Lowest rates quoted for Freight and Passage. Apply lor Free Information and Pamphlets to :— Canadian Pacific Railway, 18, St. Augustine's Parade, BRISTOL. To ANGLERS, The most successful novelty yet introduced. FISHING GUT The famous Japanese Gut Fibre known as "KILLGUT" ——— 40 Yards without a knot. ———— 5 Trout Sizes ) 1/- per coil. (extra fine to stout). ) (post free). The" Killgut" Fisliing Fibre to be obtained only from- The Arden Anglers Supply Coy., Redditch. | AUCTION APPOINTMENTS. -A .————————————————————————.—————————————————————————— ￼ BY DIRECTION OF THE RT. HON. LORD TREDEGAR AND HIS BY DIRECTION TRUSTEES. LORD TREDEGAR AND HIS » EES. MESSRS. DAVID PRICE (F.A.I.) & WILLIAMS have been honoured with in- structions to SELL by AUCTION, at the MASON'S ARMS HOTEL, YS- TRADGYNLAIS, on THURSDAY, 5th AUGUST, 1915, at Two p.m. precisely (unless previously disposed of by Private Treaty), VALUABLE FREEHOLD FARMS, LANDS, AND FULLY LICENSED PUBLIC-HOUSE Known as the "Old Tredegar Arms," Cwmtwrch, forming part of the Tredegar Estate at Ystradgynlais, Breconshire. Lot Situation and Short Area. No. Description. A. B. P. Tenant. 1 Ty-Roger 9 0 29 Mr B. L. Thomas. 2 Penrhiw Farm s 93 3 17 Mr David Williams. 3 Henglynisaf Farm 39 3 0 Ditto. 4 Henglyn-uchaf Farm 50 1 21 Mr Lewis Daniel. 5 Pensarn & Penybont Ditto. Farms 79 3 31 6 Pencaemoel Farm 80 1 20 Mr David Williams. 7 Tir-Morgan Teilwr 53 0 30 Mr David Griffiths. 8 Caemaw Farm 65 3 30 Mr Lewis Jones. 9 Gelly Farm 118 2 15 Mr William Morgan. 10 Bryngenin Farm. 166 3 10 Mr David Price. 11 Penllwynteg Farm 88 1 13 Mr Thos. James & Mr Dd. Williams. 12 Tyr-y-gof Farrn. 198 2 29 Mr Thomas Williams. 13 Tircanol Farm 70 0 18 Mr T. S. Thomas. 14 Pentwyn or Penshingrug Farm 30 0 39 Mr A. W. Griffiths. 15 Maespica Farm. 57 1 13 Mr D. S. Griffiths. 16 Glyncynwal uchaf Farm 67 2 19 Reps. of the late Mr Wm. Griffiths. 16a Glyncynwal Old Wood 19 1 31 Mr J. D. Jeffreys. 17 Glyncynwalisaf Farm 93 3 4 Mr Thomas Evans & Reps. of the late 18 Gilfach Farm 69 0 33 Mr Evan Griffiths. [Mr W. Griffiths. 19 Tredeg Farm 191 1 33 Messrs. The Brynhenllys Coliery Co. 20 Brynhenllys Farm. 68 0 39 Mr Willfam Ambrose.* 21 Waunlwyd Farm 89 1 3 Mr Thomas Price. 22 Penywern Farm 142 1 4 Mr David Williams. 23 Dorwen Farm 130 1 27 Mr Griffith Rees. 24 Cwmfforchwen Farm 28 0 16 Mr Wilfiam Morgan. 25 Tynewydd Farm 73 2 0 Mr John H. Jones. 26 Old Tredegar Arms Mr Thomas Griffiths. Further information and Cards to View may be obtained from the Estate Agents and Auctioneers. Solicitors: Messrs. Rider, Heaton, Meredith, and Mills, 8, New Square, Lincoln's Inn, London. Estate Agents: Messrs. H. F. W. Harries and Thomas, Tredegar Estate Office, Brecon. Auctioneers Messrs. David Price (F.A.I.) and Williams, 6, Bulwark, Brecon. Messrs. Dd. Price (IR.A.I.) & Williams. Aug 5-Sale of Tredegar Estate in Breconshire (Palleg Estate) at the Mason's Arms. Ystradgynlais. Sept. 7th-Sale of Live Stock. &c. at The Court, Brecon Sept. is-Important Sale of Live Stock, &c., Tregunter Farm, Tolgarth. Sept. -Imgortant Sale of Live StfHik, Implements, &c., at Llyngeren, Cwmtaff. Mr. W. J. Price. July 27-Sennybridge Auction Mart. Sept. 7- Sale of Ewes, Bams and Fat Stock, Brecon Market Sept. 14—Sale of Live Stock and Outdoor Effects at Cantref ReetolT- Sept 15-Sale of Household Furniture (Antique and Modern). Cantref Rectory. Sept 15 -I)n,tt Sale of Penybont Ryelands. Sept 28-Live Stock. etc. at Uarth, Abercrave. Oct. 5—Sale of Ewes, xtams and Fat Stock, Brecon Market. Sennybridge Auction Mart. JULY 27, 1915. NIR. W. J. PRICE will offer for Sale at the Mart, Fat Stock, and the following horses, 2-year-old good cart filly (broken to work), 2- year-old half-bred filly, 1 yearling ditto, and one yearling pony. a — Office 40, High Street, Brecon. b761 W. J. PRICE. AUCTIONEER AND VALUER (Upper Pontwillim, Brecon). Wishes to inform the public that he has started business in Brecon as an Auctioneer and Valuer, and he hopes by strict attention to business and prompt settlements to obtain a fair share of the public patronage. b482 Mr. G. Y. Pfrlce. Tuesday. September Stst.—Sale of Live and Dead Farming Stock, Implements of Husbandry, &c., at Danycoed. Aberedw, near Builth Wells. Wedneeday, September 29th-Sale of Live and Dead wedne,-day, Farming Stock. Implements of Husbandry etc., at Tremaen Farm, Llahfarredd, near Builth Wells. Monday. October ii.th.-Sale of 800 Welsh Mountain Sheep at the Smithiield. Builth Wells, for John ones Hope, Esq.. Uwynderw Hall^Llanwrtyd Wells. Mr. Francis George Price. Aug. 5-Live and Dead Farming Stock at Coed Major or The Barn, Crasswall. Sept. 9—Farming Stock at Swan Hotel, Hay. Sept. 10-Annual Ewe andRam Sale at Pehgenflord. Sept. IT-Live and Dead Farming Stock at Glannant, Forest. Talgarth. Sept. 24—Live and Dead Farming Stock, Griffin Inn, Llyswen. j Sept. 29th-Farming Stock at Glasnant. Brymrwyn. Oct. 13th-Annuid Foal Show and Sale at Talgarth (Fair Day). Mr. J. A. Evans. Aug. 30th—Fat and Store Stock, Builth Smitbfleld. Sept. 13th—Annual Ewe Sale. Builth Smrfchfield. Oct. 2nd-Fat and Store Stock. Builth Smithfield. Oct..Sth-Show and Sale of foals and other horses at Builth. Further orders solicited. John A. Evaus, AGRICULTURAL AND GENERAL 4OC110HEER AND VALUER. Dilapidation and Tenant Right Valuer. Sales by Auction or Private Treaty of all kinds of Property, Timber, Furniture, Farm- ing Stock, Grass Lel, tings, &c. Special terms to members of Farmers' Union. Prompt Settlements. Auction Offices: Ysciog and Cattle Market, Builth. bl58 Messrs. Miller, Powell & Co. (F.A.I.) August 12th.-Sale of Freehold Farms at Hay. September 7th.—Sale of Breeding Ewes and Fat Stock at the Cattle Market, Brecon. September 16th.-Dispersal Sale of Stock & Implements at Bryn On. Llyswen. September 18th.—Dispersal Sale of Stock &c at the Rectory, Talachddu. September 2Oth.-Forest Lodge Annual Draft Stock Sale at Sennybridge. September 21st.-Sale of Breeding Ewes. Rams and Fat Stock at the Cattle Market, Brecon. September 22nd.—Annual Draft Stock Sale at Nanty- rharn, Cray. September 28rd.—Dispersal Sale of Stock and Imple- ments at Maescar, Sannybridge. September 25th.-Dispersal Sale of Stock and Imple- ments at Cilmanharen, Garthbrengy. September 27th.—Annual Draft Stock Sale at Llwyn- cyntefln Park. Sennybridge. September 28th —Dispersal Sale of Stock, Implements &c. at Yunglas, Talachddu. September 29th.—Dispersal Sale of Stock, Implements &c. at Slwch Farm, near Brecon. October 5th.—Sale of Rams and Fat Stok at the Cattle Market. Brecon. October 6th.—Dispersal Sale of Stock and Implements at Penybont, Upper Chapel. Messrs. Jackson & McCartney. 600 HORSES 500 iE20 IN PRIZES. CRAVEN ARMS-SATURDAY AUGUST 7th, 1915. Entries for Catalogue close July 31st. HEREFORD-SATURDAY 21st AUGUST, 1915. Entries for Catalogue close August 14th. N.B.—Good demand for all classes. JACKSON & MCCARTNEY, b746 Auctioneers, Craven Arms and Hereford. Messrs. James Straker, Son and Chadwick. Herefordshire TRECADIVOR FARM, ST. MARGARETS. MRS. TILBURY has fixed the date of her im- portant Dispersion Sale for Thursday, September 30th, including 40 Hereford cattle. » Straker Son and Chadwick, Auctioneers, Abergavenny. b764 Breconshire. PENKILLE FARM, CRICKHOWELL. MR. JAMES POWELL has fixed a' Thursday, October 7th, for his important Dispersion Sale, which will in. clude 33 well-descended cattle, 300 sheep, 8 horses, etc. Straker Son and Chadwick, Auctioneers, Crickhowell & Abergavenny. b763 NO PRELIMINARY FEES. I INAOREY LENT pRIVATELY I In large or small Sums (not less than £10), ON BORROWER'S OWN PROMISSORY NOTE. ESTABLISHED 45 YEARS, And now Lending UPWARDS OF £80,000 ANNUALLY. Prospectuses, Tprms for Advances, or any information desired, will be supplied, free of chargo, on application either personally or by letter to P-EORGE pAYNE & SOliS. 7, KING STREET, HEREFORD; or 5, TOWN WALLS, SHREWSBURY. Established 1870. PUBLIC NOTICES. BOROUGH OF BRECON. National Registration Biil THE CORPORATION OF BRECON INVITE Voluntary Assistance IN THE COMPILATION OF The National Registe II SO FAR AS IT RELATES TO I THIS BOROUGH. I THE WORK REQUIRED to be done will be to DISTRIBUTE FORMS and to COLLECT THE FORMS, and, above all, to AID THE I PEOPLE WHO HAVE GOT TO SIGN THEM: and FILL THEM UP, in giving the necessary I information, and afterwards to deliver the Cer- tificates of Registration. The President of the Ii Local Government Board states that this work can adequately and well be done by women, and I that he is overwhelmed by applications asking, "What can I do, cannot you give me some job that I can help the Nation by undertaking?" and he says, "Here is a job ready to their hand." ANY PERSONS (MALE OR FEMALE) will- ing to undertake this work are asked to be good enough to sent to me, the undersigned, at once, their Names, Addresses, and Description. G. HYATT WILLIAMS. Town Clerk. Town Clerk' s Office, Guild Hall, Brecon, 19th July, 1915. b753 Builth Rural District Council. NATIONAL REGISTRATION. The above Rural District Council invite Voluntary Assistance in the compilation of the National Register so far as it applies to the Builth Rural District, in the DISTRIBUTION AND COLLECTION of the necessary forms and ASSISTING THE PUB- LIC in accurately filling up same. The Distribution will commence on the 9th day of August and the Collection on the 16th day of August, and the latter must be completed not later than the Saturday following. Any Persons (Male or Female) residing in the Builth Rural District willing to assist in the above work are invited to forward their names, addresses, and descriptions, to me. not later than Saturday next the 24th instant. DATED this 19th day of July, 1915. W. W. LENNARD, CouI lacil,8 Ofifees, Deputy Clerk to the Council. Council's OMces, Builth Wells. br755 Colwyn 1 Rural District Council. NATIONAL REGISTRATION. The above Rural District Council invite Voluntary Assistance in the compilation of the National Register so far as it applies to the Colwyn Rural District, in the t DISTRIBUTION AND COLLECTION of the necessary forms and ASSISTING THE PUB- LIC in accurately filling up same. The Distribution will commence on the 9th day of August and the Collection on the 16th day of August, and the latter must be completed not later than the Saturday following. Any Persons (Male or Female) residing in the Colwyn Rural District willing to assist in the above work are invited to forward their names, addresses, and descriptions, to me, not later than Saturday next the 24th instant. DATED this 19th day of July, 1915. W. W. LENNARD, Deputy Clerk to the Council. Council's Offices, Builth Wells. br755 National Registration Act, 1915. Hay Rural District Council. THE COUNCIL solicits applications from per- I sons of fair education willing to undertake the duties of DISTRICT VOLUNTARY ENUMERATORS under the Act. The Duties extend at least from August 8th to 18th inclusive. Full and complete instructions will be issued to each Enumerator. The following parishes will be divided, by the Council, into suitable Districts Aberllunfi, Pip- ton, Bronllvs, Hay Rural, Llanelieu. Llanigon, Glynfach, Llyswen, Talgarth, Tregoyd and Velin- dre. Persons of both sexes desirous of offering their services, are requested to forward written appli. cations to the undersigned, on or before July 31st, 1915. JAMES GUNTER, Clerk, Hay Rural District Council. Glasbury. b756 PUBLIC NOTICES. RURAL DISTRICT COOHCiL OF BRECKHOCK National Registration Act, 1915. The Council for the above District INVITE VOLUNTARY ASSISTANCE IN THE COMPILATION OF THE NATIONAL REGISTER in the following Parishes, viz. :— Saint David (without), Aberyskir, Battle, Llan- ddew. Llanspyddid, Modrydd, Penpont, Llande- faelogfach, Cantreff, Vennvfach, Cathedine, Llanddetty. Llanfihangel Talyllyn, Llanfillo, Llanfigan, Llanfrynach, Llangasty Talyllyn, Llangorse, Llanhamlach, Llansaintfread, Llan- wern, Llandefalle, Merthyr Cynog, Talachddu, Garthbrengy. Llanfihangel Fechan, Llanfihangel ??- ant b ran, Cray Nantbran, Cray, Glyn, Glyntawe, Maescar, Senny. Llandilofane, Traianglaes, Traianmawr, Ysclydach and Trallong. THE WORK REQUIRED to be done will be to distribute and collect the REGISTRATION FORMS, to assist persons with whom the forms are left in filling in same, in accordance with the instructions which will be given to all Volunteer- ing to help, and later to deliver the Certificates of Registration. ANY PERSONS (MALE OR FEMALE) will- ing to undertake this work voluntarily, are re- quested to send in to me at once, their names, addresses, description and the name of the Par- ish in which they are prepared to act. E. J. HILL, Deputy Clerk to the Council. 19, Castle Street, Brecon, 20th July, 1915. b760 Mary James, deceased. ANY Persons having a claim against the estate of the late Mary James who died at Penrhiw Upper Chapel on the 15th May are requested to send particulars of the same to the undersigned before the 7th August and any Persons owing money to the said Mary James are requested to pay the same to the undersigned. DAYID DAYIES, Executor to the Will of Mary James. Pengarn, Sennybridge. 1794p Farm Produce County Committee. —— Evan Jones, Esq. (chairman), Manoravon, Llan- dilo, J. W, Harries, Esq., Pilrhoth, Llanste- phan Road, Carm., R. Templeton, Esq., Pont- carma Farm, Cardiff, R. Thomas, Esq., Bover- ton, Cowbridge, 0. W. Davies, Esq., Aberduhonow, Builth Wells, W. S. Miller, Esq., Forest Lodge, Brecon, John R. Bache, Esq., The Stud Farm, Knighton, J. Howard Griffiths, Esq., Priskilly, Letterston, Pem., G. Griffiths, Esq., Poyntz Castle, Penycwm, Pem., John Jones, Esq., Cwmetre, Felinfach, Cardiganshire, A. Jones Davies, Esq. (secretary), Glyneiddon, Nantgare- dig. THE FARM PRODUCE COMMITTEE for South Wales wish to impress upon all faxmers that it is their patriotic duty to offer to the War Office and at once, all the hay they can possibly spare of the new crop, and no attempt should be made to dispose of any otherwise. A remunerative price will be paid by the War Office for all purchases made, and arrangements will also be made to advance a portion of the cash value of the purchase if required. Offers should be made to any of the above- named or to Lieut. Myer, District Purchasing Officer, 41, Westgate Street, Cardiff. br754 To be Let or Sold. TO BE LET OR SOLD with immediate pos- session an attractive house, "Wye View," Glasbury-on-Wye, Breconshire. 3 reception rooms, 7 bed and dressing rooms, bath room (h. and c.), good cellar and offices, coal house, 2-stall stable, excellent garden, 2 paddocks, tennis lawn; total area nearly 2 acres; delightfully situated, overlooks the Wye. Apply to G. Garnons Wil- liams. Ashburnham Estate Office, Burry Port, Carmarthenshire. b762 CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS COMPANY. To BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY the ± SEVERAL STACKS of Well-harvested HAY, of the growth of 1912, 1913, and 1914 re- spectively, standing at the undermentioned Sta- tions on the Cambrian Railways, and estimated to contain the respective quantities, more or less, also undermentioned. viz. :— Estimated Estimated Stations Weight Stations Weight Tons Tons Fenns Bank ￼ Harlech, 1912 91 Wrexham Caia 'I Portmadoc, ?r Rhydmeredith „ 1914.. 4* 11 1914 No. 2 3i Criccieth, < 1913.. 5 Builtth f Wells 94 91 19a.. 4 Talgarth, 1913 6! Afonwen, 1913.. 9 „ 1914 61 „ 1914.. 5 Ynyslm 3? Abererch 1913.. 71 Borth, 1913, No. 2 9 1914.. 4? „ 1914, 7 For further particulars, and to treat, apply to THE SECRETARY, Cambrian Railways Co., Oswestry, June, 1915. Radnorshire Education Committee. NANTMEL C. of E. SCHOOL. Supplementary Teacher wanted. Salar-y X30 to X40 accord- ing to scale. Apply—the Rev. Godfrey Wolfe, Nantmel Vicarage, Rhayader. 706 ALL KINDS OF INSURANCES EFFECTED. KT CLAIMS PROMPTLY SETTLED. AGENT for several FIRST CLASS COMPANIES. W. WILLIAMS, Accountant, Insurance, and General Agent, SENNYBRIDGE, & 6, BULWARK, BRECON. b724