MEREDITH'S Digestive Tea IN lib., lIb. and tlb. Packets. I per 2/6 lb. Free from Tannin and speciar y suitable to people of weak di- gestion. I The Stores, BRECON.
1 MEREDITH'S Cocoa Essence s in lib., ilb. and ilb. Tiuii AT 2/ 1/2 & 7d. per Tin. HAS NOT RISEN IN PRICE GUARANTEED PURE. The Stores, BRECON. i
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A GOOD General Servant wanted; good refer- ences.—Mrs Williams, Paris House, Porth- cawl. 388p A Vacancy occurs for a General Servant in pri- r*- ate modern house; no children. Apply- )(r, Havard Williams, Gowan Lea, Alexandra tOtd, Brecon. 391p APPRENTICE wanted to the dressmaking, b cutting-out taught.—Mrs Harrison, Viaduct QOuse, Brecon. 352p fcRECON AND MERTHYR RAILWAY. Wanted, Men and Lads in the Traffic De- partment.—Apply to Inspector Sparkes, Brecon Ikod Merthyr Railway, Bassaleg, Mon. bl COOK GENERAL and House Parlourmaid wanted for March 23rd, family of four. Apply stating wages required to Mrs Bloomer, Pen- pont, Clydach, Swansea Valley. 382p COOK-General Wanted, experienced, for small family; good references.-Miss Elworthy, Tree Cottage, Ebbw Vale. 416p EXPERIENCED General wanted, early in April: good wages given; apply by letter, s Gilbert Thomas, Woodlands, Brecon. 589 GENERAL servant, plain cooking, good char- acter, private house, no basements; wages, 420— £ 22, rising Xl half -yearly.-Mrs Jeffreys, tuckhurst Hill, Essex. 334p GEKERAL Wanted, good home for capable gul.-Mrs Tom Watkins, Abercam House, Sbbw Vale. 389p t-bbw Vale. QlRL (smart) wanted as General; three in fam- ily; state age, wage required.—J. Webb, ^rap#rs, 54, Plungington Road, Preston, Lan- cashire. 402p LADY wishes correspondence with gentleman with capital, view matrimony.—Apply, box 413p, "Express" Office, Brecon. SHAHIP Boy wanted for office in Brecon. A" pply by letter, giving full particulars to Boy, c/o "Express" Office, Brecon. flOl w ANTED.-Plateloyers for the Brecon & Mer- thyr Railway. Apply—Foreman, John Navies, Brecon Station. W" ANTED, a servant man on farm, live in; good w&ges to a suitable person, any a'ge up Parcmawr, Gorseinon. 308p 1?7'ANTED, cook-general or general servant; family, two.—Apply, Mrs Plant, The Vicar- age, Raglan. 320p XXTANTED^ good cook-general; governess and pa rlour Maid kept.-Apply fuUy %no wash- ioc), Mrs Gregor, Ynyecynon, AberdM<? 316p WANTED, good general, plain cooking; good home to suitable person.—Apply, Miss Williams Llwyncelyn Hotel, Porth, Rhondda. 322p WVV ANTED, Man for Farm work; able to milk; lin I iii.-L. Matthews, Pencarne, New- port. 357p WAN,TED, reliable Man, used to horses and general farm work. Good wages, with house and garden.-R. Griffiths, Llwynwlnlwg farm, Trostre Road, Llanelly. 384p WANTED, Cook-General, 30 to 35. Apply, stating wages and full particulars to 'Miss Cunningham. 19, Glebeland Street, Merthyr Tyd- 61. 533 W ANTED, Strong General, three in family.— *» Meanley, Knighton, Rads. Apply after 2 1). rn. 377p W ANTED an experienced Domestic Servant. Apply ,Mrs Bond, Preswylfa, Camden road, Brecon. 392p W ANTED Experienced General. Apply- Brampton, Llandrindod Wells. 396p lw ANTED.-An Apprentice to the Baking and Confectionery Trade; excellent opportunity for intelligent lad. Also, a strong youth, 14-17, to drive out, indoors or out. Apply—John Morris and Son, The Supply Stores, Builth Wells. 539 tTITANTED.—The West Breconshire Farmers' Association, Ltd., require a salesman at their Sennvbridge Stores. Applications, Stating age, etc., to be made in own handwriting, and sent in to H. Williams, Manager. 39Tp W ANTED, good farm hand, ineligible, able to plo ugh .-J. Morgan, Cefngyfelach, LJangyfelacb. 'Morrision, 500 ,yfelach, -Morrigton, Swansea. W ANTED.-The Weet Breconshire Farmers' Association require a salesman at their Ta4 jbont-on Uek Branch immediately. Apply, Willianis, Manager, 8. Ship Street, Brecon. 429p WANTED, Pitwood Hauliers; wages, 5/6 par day, and War Bonus; regular job.—Daries, Contractor, Cryaant, Neath. 427p PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. \\TANTED, a Stockman, and to make himself W generally useful.—Apply to J. George. Manor House, Abergavenny. 401p uu.- WANTED, good Plain Cook; baking required; good references. Apply—Airs Parry, Llydiardau, Llanilar, Aberystwyth. 398p ANTED.—Cook Gener al, aged 20—30; good references required.—Treloar, 245, Oxford Street, Swansea. 400p WANTED, a. well-educated youth as apprentice to the grocery and provision trade.— Meredith and Sons, The Stores, Brecoif. 407p W ANTED.apable Kitchen Maid and House- maid, able to wait. Apply-Mrs Bentley, The 'Springs Hotel, Llandrindod Wells. 581 WANTED, house. parlourmaid. Apply, stat- ing age, experience, wages required, Mrs Llewelyn Lewis, Maesyrhaf, Neath. 412p W ANTED.-Good strong girl for general house work, age 17 to 22, good home.—Mrs Will- cocks, Great Western Hotel, Abergavenny. 420p WANTBD, single Man, not eligible; small garden, few poultry and pig kept. Must be j prepared to make himself generally useful. Re- ferences required. Apply—A. B. Frowen, Tyf- fvnon, Talywain, near Pontypool, Mon. 419p I WANTED, careful, steady Man, who under- j stands farm work and garden, and to milk; light work; cottage and garden.—Rector, Llan- veigan Rectory, Brecon. 418p I TO set men free for Military Service. Male T Attendants required for the duration of the War, with or without experience, ineligible for military service; married or single.—Apply, the Medical Superintendent, Worcestershire Asylum, Barneley Hall, Bromsgrove. 577 Wf ANTED.—'Men to collect and load Iron Stone. Tonnage or per hour. Apply- Thomas Price and Son, Coal and Iron Stone Mer- chants, New Tredegar. 426p I HOUSES WANTED, FOR SALE, OR TO LET. LODGINGS for two girls or boys. Apply- Havard, 37, Watton, Brecon. 425p COTTAGE to let. Apply-Mrs Tudor, Priory Villa, Brecon. 424p TO BE LET.—The property now known as Tudor House, Llandrindod Wells, with the rooms over the Bank. Vacant, 25th March. Rent reason-able.-Particulars may be had at the London City and Midland Bank. 559 T O-LET, from March 31st next, desirable 7- — roomed residence in Llannbangel-Talyllyn village; excellent garden. Apply—Morris, Bryn- derwen Farm, Talyliyn. 378p TO-LET, Brynderw, The Gro, Builth Wells. Apply—A. P. Morgan, Glvngwv, Builth Wells. 386p T O-LBT, "Glyngarth," Oaklands, Builth Wells, Small Villa Residence, moderate rent, Paif- ticulars, apply Mr W. Watkins, Glyngarth, Oak- lands, Builth. 571 PANTYSGALDOG, Sennybridge. For Sale, above well-built modern Residence, with 1J miles excellent salmon and trout fishing, gardens and paddocks eight acres, good stabling and cot- tage. Adjoining Farms, CWMLLWYFOG and PANTYSGALLOG, 230 acres, could be included, two excellent farm houses. Immediate possession given.—Apply, W. Burkitt. Grange Hill, Bishop Auckland. 417p TO LET, LAMB INN, Builth Wells, fully- licensed for seven days; possession May 1st. For particulars, apply David Williams, The Brewery, Builth Wells. 575 Atbelney, Irfon roa d TOLET,- immediately, "Athelney," Irfon road, A Builth; sitting room. large living room, scullery, four bedrooms, bath (h. and c.), two w.c. 's, garden, rent, J616. Apply—Mrs Evans, Braemar, Builth. 582 T'O-LET, from February 2nd, 1916, three rich meadows adjoining the Wye, and belonging to Glanwye. Hay, containing 13 acres more or less. Apply 'to Thomas P. Lyke, Hay, Hereford. 588 FOR SALE, 2 Houses, Shops and Premises, in Market Street, Hay, formerly the property of the late Mr William Price.—Apply, Mr Chambers. 80. Chelverton Road. Putney, Lon- don. 411p LOST AND FOUND. T OST from Great House Farm, Nantmel, 4 Wether Lambs, pitch-mark P. C.; reward.— Picton Careless. 399p STRAYED from Tyisaf farm, Erwood, Radnor Ewe since February 5th. Pitch R.P. on side (rather dim). Finder will be rewarded.— Rees Powell. 385p STRÄYED to Tredom«n Court, a Welsh ewe, since Christmas. Owner can have same by describing and paying expenses.—W. Williams. 408p QTRAYED to Groeswen, Erwood, a brown two- year old Mountain Horse. Owner can have same by paying expenses.—T. Thomas. 428p FOR SALE OR PURCHASE. "DARGAIN.—2 £ Motor-Cycle, magneto, 50/ also 2 lady's cycles cheap.—3. Chancery Lane, Hay. 417p EGGS For Sitting from pure-bred Rhode Island Reds; grand winter layers. I had 122 eggs in December and 275 eggs in January from 18 hens. Guaranteed fertile. 3/6 per dozen.—C. H. Wil- liams, Glaslyn, Llandrindod Welsl. 502 FOR SALE.-One Set Trap Harness, suit cob 14 to 15 hands, only been used few times.— Jones, Builder, Pant Road, Dowlais. 383p T^OR SALE.—About 40 yards of wrought iron ?r adlings 3ft .6in. high, with 4 gates and pil- lars. Suitable for sheep pens. Cheap. Apply- Gibbons and Sons, Ltd., Crwvs Bridge, Car- diff. 598 pi REY HAIR permanently and speedily restored to its original colour by using Harrison's Hair Colour Restorer. It is not a dye, but by natural means acts as a restorative. Contains nothing injurious, and is beneficial to the growth and beauty of the Hair. In bottles, price 1/6 (postage 3d extra). Manufacturer :—G. W. HAR- RISON, Hair Specialist, Reading. Agent for Bre- con F. L. Stanton. Knighton G. M. Perkins, Chemist. Builth Wells J. Ward. Llandovery: T. Roberts. 9p "\TOliBSKINS wanted, properly dried and stretched; highest price paid by oldest re- gular dealers; send for 1916 list.—J. H. Smith, and Co., 10, Friday street, London. 215p FOR SALE.-3 Shorthorn Heifers, and one Cross Ayrshire and Shorthorn Cow, all newly calved. Apply-W. S. Miller, Forest Lodge, Brecon. 387p 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, Ches- ter. 363p I PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. of F OR SALE.—Coedygocbin Wood, pariah of Llanddetty, near Llangynidr, Breconshire, consisting of 23 acres of coppice wood, and 44 oak I trees. Further particulars, apply to Llewellyn, Maesyderi, Pontypridd. 423p TMPORTANT TO MOTHERS.—Every mother who values the health and cleanliness of her J child should use HARRISON'S RELIABLE NURSERY POMADE. One application kills all Nits and Ver- min, beautifies and strengthens the hair. In Tins, 4!d. and 9d., postage Id. GEORGE W. HARRISON, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agent for j Brecon F. L. Stanton. Hay J. L. Davies j and Sons, 7, High Town. Builth Wells J. Ward, F 8, High street. Knighton: G. M. Perkins. Crick- howell W. H. Kirkland. Pontardulais T. A. Jones. Brynmawr: A. M. Jones, 74, King street. Llanwrtyd Wells D. 1. Williams, chem- ist. All Chemists. 1568p — — 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 RACTION ENGINES, Road Locomotives, iT 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 PRIME Herefordshire Cider for Sale, in my oaska guaranteed pure.—Lewis J. Price, Cobnash Farm, Kingsland, Herefordshire. 413 NEIW LAID EGGS.—Wanted regular supplies of New Laid Eggs, must be reliable, top market price, any quantity, boxes and labels found and cash per return.—H. Marsden, Wel- lington Road, Handsworth. 406p TI >EDIGREE EGGS for Sitting.—White Wyan- dottes from S. Hunter Bird, cockerel from Harpen Adams, laying competition 3/6; White Leghorns, Padman 285 egg strain mated to S. Hunter cockerel, 3/6; Plymouth Rocks, pen of S. Hunter 'birds, 3/- per sitting. Clears replaced.— Sparey, Green End, Presteigne. 531 RATS-—GOOD RATS are dead ones killed with "Rodine" Rat Poison. It kills rats on the spot, not one escapes. Tins, 6d, 1/ 2/ 3/ 5/ Post 3d. Harley, Chemist, Perth.—Agents Stan- ton, 26, High St., Brecon; D. 1. Williams, Llan- wrtyd; H. J. Sparey, General Stores, Presteign; J. Ward, Builth Wells; J. Blower, Knighton and Craven Arms; J. Nicholas, Drug Stores, Llan- dovery. 544 RHODE ISLAND Red Eggs for Sale; 4/6 sittings.-Le,wis, Flag and Castle Inn, Brecon. 554 TTtTALL 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 RATS, 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. RISON, 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 TIMBER.-For Sale, by tender, in seven Lots, J- 24,000 Larch, Spruce, and Scotch Poles of good size.—For detailed particulars apply to James Grant, Land Agent, Llanidloes. 422p FRUIT TREES, Pyramids, 4 years. Cox Orange, James Grieve, Allington Pippin, Ecklinvillc, Stirling Castle, Bramley Seedling, Honblon, Chas. Ross, Worcester Permain, Lane's Newton Wonder, 12/- dozen. Illustrated cata- logue post free.—W. Home and Sons, Cliffe, Rochester. 583 TflTALLPAPERS at lowest prices. Any quan- tity large or small, supplied at WHOLE- SALE PRICES. Our stock exceeds 250,000 ROLLS of all classes. Write for patterns stating what class you require. (Dept. 223), BARNETT WALLPAPER Co., Ltd., Knott Mill, MAN- CHESTER. 123p rpYPE-WRITING.—Type-writing promptly and — efficiently executed at reasonable prices. Ap- ply—"X," c/o "Brecon and Radnor Express," Brecon. rH AAA GUARANTEE. Tailor's Woollen Clips, 8d per lb.; Lead, 23/- per cwt.: Brass, 6id per lb.; Copper, 71d per lb.: Old Cloth Rags, 9/- per cwt. Old- Flannels bought; also dirty damp Sugar, rancid Baoon, Butter, Margarine; Motor Tyres, 18/6 per cwt.: Inner Tubes, 6d per lb. Anything pure-hased.-Thomas Horton, lOOp Horton, Merthyr. 126p MISCELLANEOUS. COpy of order received.—"Esher, Surrey. Dear Sir.—I am enclosing 10/- please send on 5 bottles of Footrot Lotion at your earliest.—R. Howard." Peace Jones's Footrot Lotion is in 1/- and 2/- bottles, only from Coltman. Cash Chemist, Builth Wells. IF you suffer from Cold in the Head, Nasal Catarrh or Influenza you should use "NOSTRO- LINE." Both for prevention and cure it is simply wonderful. Smear it in your nostrils and sniff it up. It goes right in where the microbes lurk and clears your head instantly, destroys the germs, soothes and heals. Quicker and safer than taking drugs. Suitable for all ages and conditions. Should be at hand in every home. Price 1/3 and 3/- (triple size). Postage 2d. Harold E. Mat- thews and Co., Chemists, Clifton, Ptistol. Sold by :—Walter Gwillim, M.P.S., Medical Hall, Bre- con; A. E. Jones, 46, Beaufort Street, Brynmawr; A. M. Jones, M.P.S., 74, King Street, Brynmawr; H. T. T. Roberts, Abergavenny; T. A. Coltman, Builth; J. Ward, Builth; W. H. Kirkland, Crickhowell; G. M. Perkins, Knighton; W. W. Johnson, Llandrindod; R. C. Prytherch, M.P.S., Llanwrtyd; D. I. Williams, Llanwrtyd; J. Parry and Co., Sennybridge; Jno. Parry, Talgarth, and most Chemists elsewhere. 188 ARTIFICIAL Legs, Arms, Hands; Crutches, -t*- Leg Irons, Deformity Boots, Trusses, Steel-less Easifit Trusses. Lady Attendant. Ladies' Belts, Belt-Corsets, Elastic Stockings, etc.-Al,len Pearce, 23, Charles Street, Cardiff. Tel. 1282. List Free. 189 WANTED tack for 6 two-year-old Heifers, till the middle of April. Apply—Price. Great Cellws, Penybont Station, Radnorshire. 376p WANTED.-Orders for booklets, catalogues, chapel reports, etc., printing. Executed on new Linotype Machine at record cheap prices. Apply for quotations to Manager, "Express, Bre- con. Auction sale catalogues, a speciality. IMPORTANT TO ALL STOCK OWNERS. Keep your stock free from all skin diseases, vermin, scurf, "loss of hair, warble fly, etc., by using the most reliable, valuable, and safe Non-poisonous'' preparation—viz., CORRY'S TOBACCO POWDER. Approved by the Board of Agriculture and made by Corry and Co., Ltd., at their bonded Stores, Shad Thames, London, S.E. Free of duty since 1866, and may be obtained from all Agricultural Chemists and Merchants in perforated tins, Is., 2s. each. Cheaper in bulk. brl45 PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. GOVERNESS CARS GOVERNESS II CARS Rubber Tyros, the lightest and most up-to-date on the market, also smart Rani Traps, 24 new for sale. i6eediate deliverv sent any distance in crates hundreds of plea- ¡ sed customers testimonials iecefved daily 50 years' reputation; low cash prices; inspection. —Avery's Carriage Works, Dock Street, New- port, Mon. y 1968p ———————————————— r ——.——— Protect Your Cornfields From birds and vermin by uaing Corvusine D.G. Is also a preventive of premature ground rot and a smut dressing. No need for bird minders. High percentage germination. Saves £ i for every ii- spent. No drill clogging. Stocked and sold by A. HANDLEY AND SONS, Corn Merchants, Builth Wells and Rhayader. AUCTION APPOINTMENTS. I Messrs. Miller, Powell & Co. (F.A.I.) March 17th —Sale of Freehold Licensed Premises at the Wellington Hotel, Brecon. March 24th -,SFile of Old Oak and other Furniture, at the Wellington Hotel, Brecon, April 4tb. Annual Bull Show and Sale, at the Cattle Market. Brecon. April 10th.—Grass Letting at Talachddu Rectory. Aprilllth.-Sale of Farm Stock and Implements at Penstar, Libanus, Brecon April 13th.—Annual Grass Letting and Sale of Ewes and Lambs, at Penmaes, Llanfillo. April 15th.-Annual Grass Letting at Maesllwydart. SennybridgA. April 17th.- Annual Grass Letter s? at Cwmwysg Ucha, Sennybridge. April 18th.-Sale of Farming Stock and Grass Letting at the Lodge Farm, Talgavth. April 19th.—Annual Grass Lettto » at Abercar, Senny- bridge. April 25th.-Annual Grass Letting at Tycan DI. Llan- filo. BRECON SHIRE. SALE OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD LICENSED PREMISES AND ORCHARD AND MEADOW LAND. TTESSRS. MILLER, POWELL & CO., F.A.I., have received instructions to Sell by Auction at. the WELLINGTON HOTEL, BRECON, on Friday the 17th day of March 1916, at 2.30 p.m. (subjecft to Conditions of Sale). All that fully Licensed Free House known as The Farmer's Arms, Bwlch, situate on the main road from Brecon to Crickhowell, with the Garden and Out-Buildings thereto belonging. Also the excellent Orchard and Meadow Land adjoining, containing ajbout 41 acres. The Orchard has been planted with a ?ood se- lection of Fruit Trees of about 15 years growth. The whole is now in tie occup cion of the owner, Mr William Morris. lit.. For further Particulars apply C.0 the Auctioneers or Messrs. Jeff,reys and Pcrwell, Solicitors, all of Castle Street, Brecon. b550 Assembly Rooms, WELLINGTON HOTEL, BRECON. SALE OF OLD OAK AND OTHER FURNITURE AND VALUABLE BOOKS. "IVTESSRS. MILLER, POWELL & CO., have (received instructions to 'Sell by Public Auction at the above place on FRIDAY, the 24th MARCH, 1916, a quantity of Old Oak and other Furniture, etc., as follows:- Very fine Mahogany Dining Table, with 4 insert- ions, Knee Hall Writing Desk, with 8 drawers, 6 Oak Dining Room Chairs, very fine Oak DresBer with shelves, Oak 8-Day Grandfather Clock, very handsomely carved Oak Coffer, Oak Pembroke Table, Oak Round Table on Pedestal, Oak Corner Cupboard, Oak extending Pembroke Table, 6 Oak Chairs, 6 Chairs upholstered in Leather, sitting Room Suite, 2 very fine Cases of Preserved Birds, Kitchen Tables and chairs, a very fine Satin Wal- nut Gent's Wardrobe, Walnui Dressing Table and Washstand, Painted Wardrobe, Mahogany Chest of Drawers, Single and Double Bedsteads, 4 Feather Beds, Bedding, Eiderdown Quilt, large Oval Boiler, Saucepans, Spring Balance, very fine Large Brass Kneeding Pan, the usual Kitchen Utensils, etc.. etc. The furniture may be viewed the morning of sale. Sale to commence at 2 o'clock Prompt. Term"ASII. Castle Street, Brecon, 14th March, 1916. b586 Mr. G. Y. Price. Friday March 24th.-Sale of Live and Dead Farming Stock, &c., at Upper Lianeon, Glascwm, Rad- norshire. Upper Llaneon. In the Parish of Glascwm, Radnorshire, about 61 miles from Builth NVolls. mli. G. V. PRICE has been favoured with in- structions from Mr Richard Boore to sell by Public Auction on the above premises, on Friday, March 24th, 1916, the following Live Stock, &c. :— 2 Horses, viz. 1 Aged Cob Mare in foal, 15 hands, quiet to ride or drive, well accustomed to farm work; 1 two-year-old Cart Filly. 4 Hereford Cattle, viz. 1 Cow in calf and in full profit, 1 Young Barren Cow, 1 weaned Bull Calf, 1 weaned Heifer Calf. 23 Radnor and Welsh Sheep, viz. 12 Radnor Yearling Theaves, 8 Welsh Ewes in and with Lamb, 3 Fat Ram Lambs. 30 Hens, 3 Ducks. Implements of Husbandry Mowing Machine (Bamford), Cambridge Roll, Cart, Gambo, Plough, Iron Harrows, Turnip Seuffler. Chaff- Cutter, Winnowing Machine, Heel Rake, Piklea, Rakes, Dung Forks, Cow Tie?, Grindstone, &c., Rakes, Harness and Dairy Uten?Is, and Home- Cured Bacon, together with the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE,, comprising Old Oak Dresser, 3 Old Oak Corner Cupboards, a> very handsome eight day Grandfather Clock with brass face, Weather Glass, Oak Kitchen Table, Writing Desk. Old Oak Kitchen Chains, Oak Bedstead, Pictures. Meat Safe, Kitchen Utènsils, and several other Articles. Sale to commence at 2 o'clock. Refreshments Provided; Terms-StrieMy Cash. Auctioneer's Offices, Builth Wella. b571 ;$ AUCTION APPOINTMENTS. Messrs. David & W. J. Price. j (late D. Price and Williams.) ) Friday March 24th.-Sale of Freehold Property at the I Wellington Hotel, Brecon. April —. —Sale of Household Furniture &c,, at Brecon. t Tuesday, Aprilj4th—Sale of Fat Cattle, etc- at Cattle Market, Brecon. Tuesday, April 4th—Vennyfach Grass Letting Sale. Thursday April 6th.-Bolgoed Annual Grass Wale. Saturday April Sth.-Aberyskir Annul Grass Sale, Tuesday April ii.-Scethrog Annual Grass Sale. Thursday 13th.-Pendre, Llangorse, Sale of Stock and Grass. Saturday April ISth.—OakIands Annual Grass Sale. Tuesday April 18th —Letting of Grass for.W. F. Parry de Winton Esq. Wednesday April 19th.—Plas Annual Grass Sale. Saturday April 22nd.—Llwynllwyd Grass Sale. Wednesday April 26th —Pytindu Annual Grass Sale. Friday May 5th.-Tygwyn, Glascwm, Annual Grass Sale. BRECONSHIRE, PARISH OF LLANDEFALLE. SALE OF A VERY DESIRABLE FREEHOLD FARM. MESSRS. DAVID & W. J. PRICE have re- ceied instructions to Sell by Auction at the WELLINGTON HOTEL, BRECON, at 2.30 p.m. on Friday the 24th day of March, 1916, all that Freehold Farm known as "CILFORDIG," situate in the Parish of Llandefalle in the County of Brecon, containing by admeasurement 158a. Or. 37p., or thereabouts, of excellent meadow pasture and arable land, now in the occupation of Mr James Meredith, as yearly tenant at the an- nual rent of X90. Attached to the farm is a valuable right of common on Llandefalle Hill. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers, or to Messrs. Jeffreys and Powell, Solicitors, Brecon. b552 PRELIMINARY. Vennyfaeh, Near Breeon. IMPORTANT GRASS LETTING SALE. MESSRIS. DAVID & W. J. PRICE have been favoured with instructions from Dr. G. P. Francis to Let by Auction, on TUESDAY, APRIL 4th, 1916, nearly 150 acres of exceptionally good Meadow and Pasture Land in suitable lots. NoTE.-Mo,gt of the land has been kept up since November, and the prospects are that there will be good keep for Cattle early in April. Further particulars will appear next week. b553 Mr. Francis George Price. !'t'nois- George Prioe. March 21st.-Live and D?ad Farming Stock?t Upper ,ntre. LlandewUach. Painscastle. March 29th.—Live and Dead Farming Stock, together with part of Household Furniture at Glanwye Farm, Llyswen. April 6th.-Live and Dead Farming Stock together with part Household Furniture, at Tyncw'm Farm, Llanstephan. April 20th.—Annual Grass Letting at Lower House, Cusop. v April 22nd.-Sale of Grass at Blaenia Farm, Talgarth. Upper Pei/ire, Liandewi-Vaeh, PAINSCASTLE, ERWOOD. Important and Attractive Sale of LIVE AND DEAD FARMING STOCK, Etc. £ R. FRANCIS GEO. PRICE is favoured with instructions from Mr Francis Lane who is leaving to Sell by Public Auction on TUESDAY, MARCH 21st, 1916, VIZ. Sheep 20 Welsh ewes in yean or with lambs, 20 Cross Radnor Ewes in yean or with lambs, 13 Cross Shropshire Ewes in yean or with lambs. Cattle Dairy Cow and Calf, Dairy Cow (due to calf), 2 Dairy Heifers in calf, Black Heifer in calf, Cross-bred Heifer in Calf, Hereford Barrener Cow, 4 three-half-year-old Steers, 1 three-half-year-old Heifer, 8 Yearling Steers and Heifers. Horses Black Collier Horse, rising 4 years old, Brown Collier Horse, rising 4 years old, Grey Collier Horse, rising 3 years old, Black Collier Horse, rising 3 years old, Brown Pony, about 13 hands, quiet to ride and drive, rising 4 years. Implements Massey Harris Mowing Machine, Scarifier, Light Waggon, Ransome Wheel Plough, pair Harrows, Turnip Scuffle, Blower, Fowl house, Horse Rake, Turnip Cutter, Iron Pig Trough, Set of Harness, 2 Gents' Saddles, Long, Short and G.O. Gearing, Collars, Bridles, &c. Ferret and Box. Sheep Dog, good worker. Sale at 1.30 Prompt. Terms—CASH. The Cottage, Talgarth, March 6th, 1916. b572 Glanwye Farm, Llyswen. IMPORTANT AND ATTRACTIVE SALE OF 6 DAIRY CATTLE, IMPLEMENTS AND PART OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. IVTR. FRANCIS GEO. PRICE is favoured with instructions from Mr W. R. Weale (who is leaving the district) to Sell by Auction on Wednesday, March 29th, 1916. Cattle: 'Shorthorn Cow in calf and in milk, two- year-old Shorthorn Heifer in calf, Jersey Cow in calf and in milk, 2 Cross Bred Steer Calves, Pure Bred Shorthorn Weaned Heifer Calf. Implements: Horseworks (covered), Turnip Cutter (Bamford). 3 Iron Pig Troughs, Taunton Hay Maker (nearly new), 2 Single Turnip Drills, Galvanised Sheep Rack, Swing Plough, Turnip Scuffle, Large Portable Fowl House, Fowl House, ,qcuffle, La rikater Tank, Corn Crusher, Incubator in working order, 20 Round Ladder, Sundry Small Tools, Set of Brown Harness (nickle plated), Gents' Saddle and Bridle, Lady's saddle, End- over-End Churn, 30 gallon Cask, Hogshead of Cider and Cask. etc. A quantity of Seed Pota- toes, together with Part of the Household Fur- niture. Sale at 2.30. — Terms—CASH. The Cottage, Talgarth, March 13th. 1916. b590 Mr. T. E. V. Powrtl. Maroh 21,gt.-Sale of Household Furniture, etc., Talybryn Cottage, Llansaintfraed, Bwlch. b506 Mr. J. A. Evans. March 27th.—Furniture &c., Forester's Hall, Builth Wells, March 28rd. Furniture, Erwood. Particulars see Posters. A LL CLASSES of printing can be done at the "Express" Office. No job too big, no job too small. The only Linotype Machine in the I' county, for setting programmes, catalogues, etc. Ask us to quote when you want anything cheap. Wedding Cards.-aft our Sample Book, at the "Express" Office, Brecon. Prioee to suit everybody. V ￼ ￼ "IiI! P. E.GANE(?)LiJ I THE CARDIFF FURNISHERS & MeXMUM. ) FURNITURE, CARPETS, LINOLEUMS. BEDSTEADS & BEDDING. All the latest Creations in CURTAIN FABRICS, WALL PAPERS, COVERINGS. PAINTERS, DECORATORS, AND PAPERHANGERS. Write for Catalogue. Example of our unrivalled value. This beautiful Inlaid Mahogany Cabinet JS7 78. Od. Carriage Paid to nearest Railway Station. las ^ueci^trect^ARDIFFj AUCTION APPOINTMENTS. Messrs. Jackson & McCartney. HEREFORD AND CRAVEI ARMS GREAT SPRING SALES OF 800 HORSES HEREFORD, SATURDAY, 18th MARCH, 1916. ———— ) CRAVEN ARMS, SATURDAY 1st APRIL 1916. S120 IN PRIZES, for Horses of all Classes. Entry forms and prize schedules upon application. JACKSON & McCARTNEY, b576 Auctioneers, Craven Arms and Hereford. 1 FOR SALE (BY PRIVATE TREATY) 160 Acres Canadian Farm situate about 60 miles South-East of Calgary. I The farm contains 32 acres ploughed land, a 3-roomed shack with lean-to, a barn for 6 horses, jl fowl-house, and a dug well. The land is rolling, with some knolls, and is well adapted for mixed farming, or would make an excellent sheep-farm. If desired, nearly the whole of the land could be ploughed. The town of Champion (between Calgary and Llethbridge) is 14 miles away, with a good road I to it. There is a Stores and Post Office 4 miles distant, and a coal-mine about 3 miles away. The wheat-crop averaged about 50 bushels to the acre last year. Present owner has taken some land in British Columbia, and, being unable to manage both at such distance, would dispose of the holding in question at a reasonable cash figure. Apply.—" Canadian," "Brecon and Radnor Express," Brecon. fl03 TENDERS & CONTRACTS. Brecknock Union. TENDERS FOR PROVISIONS, CLOTHING, NECESSARIES, Etc. pERSONS desirous of CONTRACTING for the supply of any of the following Articles from let April to 30th September, 1916, are re- quested to send SEALED TENDERS on the authorised Form to me at or before 10 o'clock a.m., on FRIDAY, the 24th day of MARCH, 1916, namely :— Meat Fish Coal Garden Manure Bread Clothing Firewood Prints Flour Drapery Oil Groceries. Boots Coffins Drugs Ironmongery The above Articles must be delivered at the Workhouse, Brecon (excepting such as shall be supplied to the Out-door Paupers upon orders from the Relieving Officers), free of expense, at such times and in such quantities as the Board directs. The Contractors to give security if required, Payments made at the end of each quarter. The Board do not pledge themselves to accept the lowest or any Tender. Patterns and samples (of such as can be sent) to be produced at the BOARD ROOM, LION STREET, BRECON, at .the above-mentioned time. No Tender will be considered unless made on the authorised Form, and duly signed by the Persoas tendering, and witnessed. Forms of Tender may be obtained at my office. By Order, E. J. HILL, Deputy Clerk to the Guardians. 19, Castle Street, Brecon, 6th March, 1916. bl66 MOURNING and WEDDING CARDS and lix STATIONERY a speciality at the Express Offices, Brecon. SHIPPING NOTICES. L" PAC tFl C, LUXURIOUS MAIL STEAMERS. Regular Service from Liverpool. FAST LINE to CIIIIDI i MtSSANABIE Fri., Mar. 24 METAGAMA Fri., Apl. 7 Unsurpassed Accommodation for all classes. Moderate Fares. Special Toun arranged. Lowest rates quoted for Freight and Passage. A j ply lor Free Information and Pamphlets to :— CANADIAN PACIFIC 18, St. Augustine's Parade, BRISTOL. 1915-1916. PLANTING SEASON. A UTUMN—Commence lifting first week in October, keeping on until the end of March, 1916, Larch Fir, li to 2 ft. and 2l to 3t ft. Scotch, It to 2 ft.; Spruce, Ii to 2 ft.; Austrian Pine, It to 2 ft Qufck Thorn, li to 2ft. and 2 to 8 ft. Prices upon application per 1,000. Ornamental Shrubs and Roses of all kinds, Fruit Trees of all the leading kinds. Apply to Daniel Weatherley, Caeau Nurseries, Mr Builth, Breconshire brflS TO ECONOMISE AND SAVE. Make one ton of coal last where 30 cwt were consumed for domestic purposes by sub. —— stituting —— "BARGOED SELECTED LARGE for the other kinds of Welsh coals. SPECIAL B." Deep Cobbles in lieu of the ordinary English Cobbles. G.C G Machine made crushed Nuts for ANTHRA- CITE STOVES, instead of the usual Bed Vein Pea and Nuts. The only place in Brecon to get any of these three Coals BRECONSHIRE COIL AND LIME OFFICE. (NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE, BRECON). N.B.—Truck loads, 4 tons and upwards, sent to any outside station. HOTEL GWALIA, I Upper Woburo Place, London, I.C. 130 Booms luxuriously fumbhed, ￼ Bunding, BleoWe Light to AU Jioow. Oentry mtnated, close to BUOWD Station, Is. 6d. cab fare from Padding to the Hotpl. d A'd TM& Bed, BreWast, Bath, M? Attend- ance. 5s. each person. T -do Telegraphic Address: "Ow^iatel, T. „, Telephone: 5010 & 5011, aty. JOHN M. JENKINS, Manage*. John A. Eva.s, IGUTURiL AND GESKBiL AUCTIOIEEB AID VALUER. Delapidation and Tenant Right Valuer. Sales by Auction or, Private Treaty of all kinds of Property, Timber, Furniture, Farm- ing Stock, Grass Lettings, &c. Special terms to members of Farmers' Union.) Prompt Settlements. Auction Offices: Ysciog and Cattle Market, Builth. b158