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PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. 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 AND FOUND, AND MISCELLANEOUS WANTS. Three Six Words. Once. Times. Times. 14 words 0 9 10 2 6 ? words 1 0 2 0 3 0 80 words 1 4 2 8 4 0 Each extra 8 words 0 4 0 8 1 0 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. If not pre-paid, they will be charged sixpence per line per insertion. 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, "e would impress upon advertisers the need for legible writing. In any ca-se 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. 8AYCI. Replies to advertisements with box numbers only must all be written and either posted or dropped into the letter box at the office, Bulwark, Brecon. The Brecon and Radnor Express," or the r Radnor Express," will be sent post free to anv address in the United Kingdom at the following rates :— d. e. d. 13 weeks 1 8 26 weeks 3 4 52 weeks 6 8 La" PRBPAID. A •» X • A — -1__ J 4 ♦ T* — aovenlSelIl6D1>S are IUtjU ICUCJVCU at UIJC .J!J. press" Office for the "South Wales Daily News" and other contemporaries of neighbouring coun- ties. SITUATIONS VACANT. T)OOT-TRADE.—Repairer wanted at once, oan- stant work and good wages to a steady re- !e workman.—Apply Ross and Son, Ltd., 47, Illl Ring, Ludlow. 719 ROY Wanted to assist in Bakehouse and de- liver. Good opportunity to learn the trade. "-P. W. Marshall, Dorothy Cafe. Brecon. 614p 13RECON AND MERTHYR RAILWAY. Wanted, Men and Lads in the Traffic De- partment.—Apply to Inspector Sparkes, Brecon 4fid Merthyr Railway, Bassaleg, Mon. bl EXPERIENCED Cook-General; two in family; good home; no washing; M.-Mrs Evans, 109, Ninian Road, Cardiff. 577p GIRL Clerks are wanted everywhere. Now is the chance to learn typewriting. For terms apply, Manager, "Express" Office, Brecon. GENERAL servant wanted, must have good references. -Apply, Evans, Stores, Tal- garth. 728 GOOD General wanted, not under HI.-Mr H. Meredith, Glyn View, Brecon. 586p O OVERNESS-Student required on mutual terms for 2 hours daily, small children.-Wood-I lands School, Camden Road, Brecon. 595p XXOUSEMAID to work under house-parlourmaid, I good wages to suitable girl; age about 20; two in 'family; three maids; near Knighton, Rad- norshire.—Address, Mrs Wynne, Milebrook House, Brampton Bryan. 591p Al AliF, ATTENDANTS required; previous ex- perience unnecessary; salary commencing at £30, increasing tg X50, and upon promotion to .£65 per annum with board, lodging, washing, and uniforms.—Apply to the Superintendent, County Asylum, Prestwich, Manchester. 729 i rPREE Fallers wanted for Shropshire; 40 good axe men immediately, twelve months' work, j highest wages in England paid.-Goddard, Timber Merchant, Chinley, Derbyshire. 716 WANTED.-Platelavers for the Brecon & Mer- j thyr Railway. Apply-Foreman, John Davies, Brecon Station. w ANTED, a good General, 20-25, able to do I plain cooking; state wages, reference.—Mrs Wignall, 82, High Street, Mountain Ash. 500p WANTED, immediately, Cook-General.—Ap- ply, stating age, wage, and references, to Mrs H. Lloyd, East Ravensworth, Neath. 571p W ANTED young General for farm-house, able to milk. Apply—Mrs Jones, Glandwr, Talgarth. 535p WANTED, strong General, 20 to 25 years, fond of children.—Miles, Westonia, Ystrad, Rhondda. 546p I WANTED, Gook-General, able to bake and at- tend to small dairy. Apply-Parry, Ta-ly- bryn, Bwlch, Brecon. 721 WANTED, middle-aged working housekeeper for farmhouse: two in family, little dairy or poultry.—Apply, Box 550p, "Express" Office, Brecon. W A.LTED.-A good Shorthand Typist and General Clerk. State salary required. Write District Valuer, Elms, Brecon. 730 WANTED a good Cowman, wife able to milk, able to take charge of dairy farm. Full particulars, R. Evans, Westplas, Coity. Bridg- end. 559p WANTED good General ,make herself useful. Apply with references, Evans, Victoria Hotel, Aberavon. 554p WANTED, at once, General Workman or Shep- herd. Apply Williams, Lurkenhope, Knighton. 581p WANTED, by the second week in May, strong, capable General, about 30; one used to farm work preferred; good home and wages to suitable person.—Mrs D. E. Jones, Ram Fawr Farm, Aberkenfig, near Bridgend.' 561p UT ANTED, Workman Waggoner, good cottage v and garden found.—Apply, Jones, Brynllici, Talyllyn, near Brecon. 571p Y\T"ANTECD, gJod General, 18-20.—Apply, Tho- ma- Gilfach, Crickhowell. 580p WANTED by Hay pleasure fair, strong girl, must be fond of children. Apply—Mrs Mor- gan, Tycoch, Cusop, Hay. 576p o II WANTED at once, near Rhayader, strong girl, able to milk; no children: state age and wages required.—574p, "Express Office, Brecon. .On W ANTED Farm Bailiff, married, one that un- derstands all farm work and stock, must be good hedgor. House and extras. Apply stating experience, wages required, Picton Careless, Great House Farm, Llandrindod Wells. 679p YOUTH WANTED, age 16-17, to assist lift and Billiard Attendant, good pay and a home. -Apply, Manager, Gwalia Hotel, Llandrindod Wells. 742 PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. WANTED strong General; small family; no baking or washing; good wages. Apply- Mrs Jones, Griffin Lloyd, Llangunllo, Radnor- shire. 565p W ANTED at once, experienced House-Parlour- maid; three in family.—Apjjlv with full par- ticulars, Mis Cook, "The Mirador, Swansea. 570p -+- WANTED respectable person to attend to elderly lady and do entire work of cottage.—Apply, Mrs Yorath, Weston,.Bredwardine, Hereford. 581p W ANTED a general workman, cottage and ga.rden found.-Apply, Prothero, Llechfaen, Brecon. 582p WANTED, good girl as General. Apply, with references, to Davies, Bristol House, Builth Wells. 748 W ANTEiD.-Housemaid-\Vaitress and useful help.—Apply, stating age and wages re- quired.—Owens, Sajidringliam, Llandrindod. 592p WANTED, a Groom-Gardener; ineligible for the Army.-Apply, Mrs Crichton, Wye Cliff, Hay.. 593p WANTED, young girl for small farmhouse.— E. D., Upper Rhymney. Nantmel, Rhaya- der. 594p WANTED.-Steady Cook-General and young; Housemaid, end of May.-—Mrs Stephens, Ackhill, Presfceigu. 755 ft. WANTED, it-uiuediately. strong nursemaid or help, aged 15 to 16.—Apply, with reference, to Mrs Walter Davies, Gable House. Bronllys. 599p: W ANED, general smith or apprentice.—T. j Price, Royal Gold Medallist. PeDybont, Rads. 604p -+- +_. WANTED.-General for farm-house, good milker, small family, reference required, Apply—Mrs George, Caenantmelyn. Hay. 765 WANTED.-Housemaid-%A-a ]tress. Apply—■ Marshall. Dorothy Cafe. Castle Street, Brecon. 614p WAN"fBD.-A middle-age or elderly man to take charge small holding near Brecon. House and 'gardens free for attending sheep. Other regular employment obtainable if desired. Apply —Joshua Evans, Canal Wharf, Brecon. 613p WANTED.-Yoting help for farm-house, two in family, easy place, farmer's daughter pre- leri,ed, or one with some experience, for Tyrrell* Court, Dilwyn, Leominster.—Apply to Dudlvke. 1, Bassalleg Road, Newport. 763 ￼ WANTED —General, young, two in family, comfortable home.—\Vm. Be van, Home- field. Temple Street, Llandrindod. 61 lp WANTED. -Kitelienm a'd. to do plain cooking, age 18, small family; also Housemaid, age 18, small family (willing to train).-Ruteher, Pen-y-lan, Glasbury, Hereford. 61 Op W ANTED an active willing boy as an appren- tice.-EvaDs, builder and wheelwright, Erwood, Breconshire. 612p SITUATIONS WANTED. W ANTED engagement, "Brecon," as working Housekeeper, fond of children, needle- woman.—B., "Express" Office, Brecon. 609p HOUSES WANTED. FOR SALE, OR TO LET. HOUSE to-let, two sitting and 4 bedrooms, —— bathroom, h. and c., 2 w.c. s, etc. Apply —Mrs Ewart Evans, Braemar, Irfon Road, Builth. 726 T LANGOED ESTATE. — To Let, Upper Glandwr Cottage and small ardeii, Llanerchcoedlan, Erwood: 2 living rooms and 3 good bedrooms; rent, £6 10s.—James Gunter, F.S.I., G1 asbury-on- Wye. 756 j TD.LET.-Desirable 6emi-detached Villa with garden in Rhayader; rent X14. Apply to R. Morgan, Plas-yn-dre, Rhayader. 714 TO-LET for 6 months, furnished, "Bryn Garw," Builth Wells, overlooking the pleasure grounds and river Wye, containing 6 bedrooms, 2 sitting rooms, kitchen, and other conveniences.— Apply, 'Mrs Lewis, Swan Hotel, Builth Wells. 750 WAiNTED comfortable furnished rooms, or half house near camp, Brecon.—Apply, 587p "Express" Office, Brecon. LOST AND FOUND. i STRAYED to Llwyncelyn, Glyn, since be- ¡ ginning of December, Cardie ewe; slope above both ears, thumb notdh under both ea.rs.- Apply, J. Ferguson. 549p QTRtAYED about a week ago 1 small speckled- faced Ewe and Lamb. Ewe marked on off side R.E.D., lamb unmarked. Finder will be re-I warded.—R. E. Davies, Station Yard, Llandrin- dod Wells. 744 QTRAYED from Island Fields. 5 couples Rad- nor Ewes, dark colour, no mark on lambs. Information to Jenkins, Sawmills, Brecon. 607p j IN POUND.—Four Hereford Yearling Heifers, with split in right ear. and one spear.- Evans, Pendre, Brecon. FOR SALE OR PURCHASE. "DEBS wanted, healthy, state price.—E. Boobier, 4, Jones' Terrace, Old Babell. Swansea. 584p -_UU_ PEATBTERS Wanted.—Fowl, duck and goose.— Wales, Ltd., Feather Purifiers. Oozells Street, Birmingham. 573p FEW tons good eating potatoes wanted: lowest price per ton or ewt.-Lock. Llandrindod Wells. 601p FOR SALE, Shorthorn Calves, 30/- each will — allow 3d per lb. if any under 801bs.—James, Cilwnwg, Felinfoel, Llanelly. 494p GOOD Cider for sale, in buyer's casks.-Wil- liams, New House. Westbrook, Peter- church. 616p ..n p REY HAIR permanently and ejwedily 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). lvianiitactilrer :-(i. W. tiAR- RISON, Hair Specialist, Reading. Agent for Bre- j con F. L. Stanton. Knighton G. M. Perkins, ¡' Chemist. Builth Wells J. Ward. Llandovery T. Roberts. 545p TTEARSE, light, glass sides, own build, good as new; great reduction, cash or easy terms.-Marston, 24, Bradford Street, Bir- mingham. 453p TOHN G. MARSH. Wholesale Provision Mer- chant, Whitchurch. Cardiff. is a Buyer of Fresh Welsh Eggs for Cash. 598p ￼ \fOTOR LORRY, magnificent chassis, fitted ?'?- with body, our build immediate delivery, cash or easy terms.—Marston, 24, Bradford Street, Birmingham. 453p MRS. JOHN, 18, Corporation Road, Newport, liX Mon., gives best prices for Ladies', Gents', and Children's CAST-OFF CLOTHING. Re- mittance sent for parcels 'by return post. 534p PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. 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. Thrashing Belts of all kinds. Modern Machinery as above purchased. Only address HENRY LEWIS AND SONS, Thames Bank Ironworks, Reading. Telephone 201. 1659p TO BE SOLD, Bargain.—A nearly new finishing THRASHING MACHINE, with patent reed-maker. Just been overhauled and fitted with every improvement that experience has 1 pointed out.—Apply to the original Patentee, Win. Johns, Braunton, N. Devon. 553p RATS, MICE, MOLES, COCKROACHES, and RBEETLES 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 I Chemists. 566p TJ ATS—GOOD RATS are dead ones killed with I "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. I. WJlhams, Uan- I m s, I A &n- wrtyd; H. J. Sparey, General Stores, Presteign; ¡ J. Ward, Builth Wells; J. Blower, Knighton and Craven Arms; J. Nicholas, Drug Stores, Llan- dovery. 544 T3RIME Herefordshire Cider for Sale, in my casks guaranteed pure.—Lewis J. Price, Cobnash Farm, Kingsland, Herefordshire. 413 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 WALL PAPER, of beat 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 W ALLP APERS 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 st&ting what class you require. (Dept. 223), BARNETT WALLPAPER Co., Ltd., Knott Mill, MAN- CHESTER. 123p i?1 AHA GUARANTEE. Tailor's Woollen Clips, 8d per lb.; Lead, 25/- per cwt.: Brass, 61d per Ib.; Copper, 7ld per lb.; Old Cloth Rags, 9/- per ewt. Old Flannels bought; also dirty damp Sugar, rancid Bacon, Butter, Margarine; Motor Tyres, 19/- per owt.: -Inner Tubes, 6d per lb. Anything purchased.—Thomas Horton, Merthyr. 367p POULTRY. EGGS for Sitting. Pure bred Rhode Island Reds, Cook's and Mason's prize strain, grand winter layers. My nineteen hens laid 108 eggs last week. Grass run. 3/6 per dozen. Guaran- teed fertile.—C. H. Williams, Glaslyn, Llandrin- dod Wells. 671 IT isn't the number of chicks hatched out, but the number that attain healthy maturity that counts. Get the ration right. Use Victoria Chicken meal—the proved food. It is made by Spillers and Bakers, Ltd., and tested by them on a 28 acre utility farm against every other food ex- isting. Ask these experts any question you like about rearing and you will get a sane, simple and helpful reply without charge or obligation. Ask your Dealer for Victoria Chicken Meal and send your queries to Spillers and Bakers, Ltd., Enquiry Department, Cardiff. 604 PEDIGREE EGGS for Sitting.—White Wyan- dobtes from S. Hunter Bird, cockerel from Harpen Adams, laying competition 3/ White Leghorns, Padman 285 egg strain mated to S. Hunter cockerel,,3/ Plymouth Rocks, pen of S. Hunter birds, 3/- per sitting. Clears replaced.— Sparey, Green End, Presteigne. 531 QILVER Campine Eggs 7/6, and 3/6 for 15. Special large egg -,train.-M.arsden Thomas. Llangorse, Brecon. (Member C.ampine Club.) 608p WIDTE LEGHORN EGGS, Baron and Hebditch's 285 strain, marvellous layers, 3/6 sitting.—H. Rowe, Glyn Celyn, Brecon. 497p MISCELLANEOUS. B OAR.-Large Black Pedigree Boar for service. —Price, Senny Mill, Sennybridge. 520p IF yoiJ 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, Pristol. 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. i Johnson, Llandrindod; R. C. Prvtherch, M.P.S., Llanwrtyd; D. 1. Williams, Llanwrtyd; J. Parry and Co., Sennybridge; Jno. Parry, Talgarth, and most Chemists elsewhere. 188 KILL THAT INSECT, TOMMY I-Send your pals "out yonder" some tins of Harrison's Nursery Pomade—they'll be very acceptable. When you haven't time to wash, there's a big chance you'll hnve "companions." A little Harrison's Pomade kills every insect on hair and body. In- sist on having Harrison's Nursery Pomade, "Tins of Comfort," at 41d and 9d. Sold by all Chem- ists-or bv post from Harrison, Chemist, Reading. Agent for Brecon F. L. Stanton. Hay J. L. Davies and Sons, 7, High Town. Builth Wells T. Ward. 8, High Street. Knighton G. M. Per- kins. Clrickhowell W. H. Kirkland. Pontar- dulais T. A. Jones. Brynmawr A. M. Jones, i 74, King Street. Llanwrtyd Wells D. 1. Wil- liams. chemist. All Chemists. 566p j Yfif ITCH-Hazel Cold Cream is an excellent tonic ) for the complexion and a complete protection f from wind an d sun. In pots 7?d each. only from Ooltman. Cash Chemist, Builth Wells. Agent for j Kent's Whalebone Hair Brushes, 2/6 each, and I Kent's high-class Tooth Brushes. I WHA T do YOU want?—The more you want the better-IF you know how to get it. Some know, some, don't know; but all CAN know. WOULD YOU LIKE TO KNOW? If so, write for GOULD'S "Pocket Tutor on Astro-Yibration." This puts you right in touch with nature's sec- rets, and enables you to realise success in busi- ness, happiness in love and wedlock, perfect health, etc. The key to attainment, study and character culture. I/- P.O.-The Institute of Vibration. 73, Heathfield Road, Cardiff. 337p 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. PREPAID ADYERTISEMENTS. TO-LET, with immediate possession, a large -*• tract of Hill Grazing Land called Vron Wen and Llethr-ddu, in the parishes of Llanfihangel Rhydithon and Cascob, containing 525 acres, part of the Evancoyd Estate. For further particulars apply to Messrs. R. and C; B. Masefield, solici- tors, Ledbury. 695 GRASS to-let. One field .)f about 51 acers to- let a-t Ffynnonau, Brecon. 606p ARTIFICIAL Legs, Arms, Hands; Crutches, I 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. 189 ￼ ? '-????.'? 11 ￼ j.r.if'' .t.. ?:'??' r. ?"<?,\ 7 LL GOVERNESS CARS GOVERNESS <jr CARS Rubber Tyr< the lightest and most up-to-date on the mark t, also smart Ralli Traps, 24 new for sale. immediate delivery; sent any distance in crates hundreds of plaa- sed customers testimonials received daily 50 years' reputation; low cash prices; inspection. -Avery's' Carriage Works, Dock Street, New- port, Mon. 1968p AUCTION APPOINTMENTS. Messrs. David & I*. J. Price. (late D. Price and IL illiams.) Tuesday May 16th. -Brecon Cat:' Market, Sale of Fat Stock, y n- Maturaay May aotn.—oaie oi a BTOCK ana ?raaa Letting at SJwch Farm. I cun. Tuesday May 23rd.-Sennybridg, f Auction Mart. Wednesday May 24-8ale of Hou hol,, Furniture, &c., at Parish Hall, Brecon. Friday May 26th.-Annual Sale Graud Selected Jer- sey Cows and Heifers, at Castle Hotel Yard. Brecon. Tuesday May 30th.-Seunybridge iuction Mart. I BRECON CATTLE MARKET. I TUESDAY, MAY 16th, r>16, at 9.30 a.m. Sa-le of Fat Cattle, Couples, Fat Sheep, Lambs, Pigs, etc. Further Entries Solicited. DD. & W. J. PRICE. Auctioneers, Brecon. b766 Slwch Farm, Brecon. (within a mile of the Town of Brecon). Important Sale of 220 Grand Ewes and Lambs. 8 Cattle and i5 Colts and Poni s, also the Letting of about 150 Acres of Excellent Meadow and Pasture Land. MESSRS. DAVID & W. J.RICE have tieen favoured with instructions from Mr Josiah Williams, to Sell by Public Auction on SATUR- DAY, MAY 20th, 1916, as follows :—Sheep 220 Cross-Shropshire and Radnor Ewes with Lambs. Cattle 1 Cow and Calf, 2 Cows in Calf, and 5 Yearling Heifers. Horses 1 Yearling Shire-bred Filly, 1 aged Light Cart Mare, 1 Mountain Pony and Foal, 1 Yearling Mountain Pony. Also 'the Letting of about 150 Acres of Land in suitable Lots. Water in every Lot, Stock will be well oared for. Subject to Conditions of Sale. Three months' credit on all sums above X5, or discount at the rate of 5 per cent. per annum. Refreshments at 12 noon. Sale to commence at 1.30 p.m. N.B.— The whole of the stock have been well cared for. and the majority of the Ewos are young Cross Shropshire and Radnorshire, and most of the Lambs are fit for the butcher. b752 PARISH HALL, BRECON. Important Sale of Household Furniture and other Effects. WEDNESDAY, 24th MAY, 1916, at 2 p.m. Further particulars will appear next week. DD. & W. J. PRICE, Auctioneers, Brecon. b767 Brecon. Select Sale of Imported Pedigree Jersey Cows and Heifers. JV/TESSRS. DAVID & W. J. PRICE, favoured with instructions from Messrs. Fowler and de la Perrelle, of Southampton (the Original Im- porters, Established 1811), will Sell by Auction, on FRIDAY, MAY 26th. 1916. in the CASTLE HOTEL YARD. a Grand Selection of Jersey Cows and Heifers (calved aad near calving). Sale at 2.30 p.m. precisely. Descriptive Catalogues may he obtained of the Auctioneers. 0749 Mr. G. V. Price. Wednesday May 94th.—Annual Gross Letting at Llan- afan-fawr Vicarage, (i-arth. Mr. J. A. Evans. j May. 19-Grs88 Letting and Sale of Furniture, Wain- dima Farm. Crickadarn. Further Entries Solicited. br631 ———— ——— —— I ESTATE OF THE LATE SIR EDWARD HAMILTON, BART. Monmouthshire and Breconshire. SALE OF TWO FREEHOLD FARMS, TO- GETHER WITH VALUABLE FISHING RIGHTS. IESSRS. NEWLAND, HUNT & WILLIAMS ..L have received instructions to offer for Sale by Auction, at the ANGEL HOTEL, ABER- GAVENNY, on TUESDAY, MAY 16, 1916, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon (Subject to Con- ditions of Sale), the following Property belonging to the above Estate :— Lot 1.—The Valuable Freehold Farm, known 1 as PYSOOLLYN FARM. together with the valuable FISHING RIGHTS IN THE USK, situate in the Parish of Llanwenarth Citra, about 2 miles from the Town of AbergaveLnv, and having an area of 128 ACRES. The Farm is let I on lease to Mr D. Lewis for the term of 14 years from 25th December, 1912. I The Fishing Rights are in hand. Lot 2.—The Freehold Upland Farm, know as 1 BEILHEULOG FARM, situate in the Parish of Gwenddwr, Breconshire, and having an area of 48 ACRES, 2 ROODS, and let on yearly tenancy to Mr Cynog Dodd. Further information in particulars which are now being prepared and P13j" hr: obtained from the Auctioneers, 19, Commi _cial Street, Newport; -?3 ia l Street, Newpprt; or Messrs. Longbourne, Stevens and Powell, Solicitors, 7, Lincoln's Inu Fields, London, W.C. b639 AUCTION APPOINTMENTS. I Messrs. Miller, Powell & Co. (F.A.I.) I May llth.—Sale of Stock. Implements. Furniture and Grass Letting at the Rheld Farm, Crickhowell. May 16th.-Sale of Oak and other boards, doors and building material at the Cattle Market. Brecon. May 16.—Sale of Couples, Yearling Sheep, and Agri- cultural Implements, at the Cattle Market; Brecon. May 16.- Sale of Fat Stock, Ewes and Lambs at Brecon Cattle Market. „ „ Sale of Timber Carriages, :Pitwood Wagons, Carts and Traps at the Cattle Market, Brecon. | The Rheld Farm, The Rheld Fartn, CRICKHOWELL. within 10 minutes' walk of the Town. j Highly attractive Sale of 100 Couples of Shropshire and Mountain Ewes & Lambs, 18 HEAD OF HEREFORD and SHORTHORN CATTLE, 2 HORSES, a large assortment of I IMPLEMENTS OF HUSBANDRY, HOUSE- HOLD FURNITURE, and the LETTING of the whole of the excellent Uskside MEADOW and PASTURE LAND. ESSRS. MILLER, POWELL and CO. (F.A.I.) have received instructions from I Mr. Geo. Addis, who is leaving the farm, to Sell I by Public Auction, at the above place on I THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1916, the whole of the STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, &c., as follows SHEEP.—70 couples of excellent Shropshire ewes and lambs, 30 couples of young mountain ewes with lambs, 8 dry ewes, 1 grand yearling Shropshire ram. CATTLE.—3 shorthorn yearling heifers, 3 Hereford yearling heifers, 3 Hereford yearling steers, 2 Hereford cows with calves at foot, 1 barren Hereford cow in milk, 2 do heifers (very fresh), I grand Hereford heifer (due to ( calve), 2 two-year-old steers. I HORSES.—Excellent shire mare, 8 years old, due to foal, half- bred mare. IMPLEMENTS —Mower and reaper combined, tedder, horse rakp., waggon (equal to new), broad wheel cart, tip gambo with dripples, spring market cart, governess cap (complete), double turnip drill, roll, wheel plough, mooter, harrows, chain harrows, cultivator, scuffler, 2 chaff cutters, horse gearing, turnip cutter, sheep racks and troughs, wiunower, cake crusher, weighing machine, rick cloth, cart cover, ladders. 3 dozen iron hurdles, barbed wire, netting casks, sacks, pig troughs, shearing benches, corrugated sheets, &c., &c. HARNESS.—1 set long harness, 2 sets shaft do., G.O. set, 2 sets of trap harness, collars, bridles, saddles, rugs, lamps, cushions, &c., &c. DAIRY UTENSILS -Cheese press, chum, milk pans, mangle, &c., fee. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE.—Oak dresser with two glass cupboards, corner cupboard, table with two drawers, large cupboard with 3 shelves and 3 drawers, barometer, arm chair, kitchen chairs, clock, feather bed, &c., &c. GRASS LETTING. — 71 acres of excellent meadow and pasture land will be let from the day of sale to the 30th November, 1916, with water in every lot and a caretaker to look after the stock. Luncheon at 12-30. Sale to commence with the Implements at 2 o'clock to the minute. N B.—The Auctioneers beg to call the attention of fai-mers and butchers to the above Sale. The flock comprises an excellent lot of ewes and lambs. A number of the lambs were yearned early and are fit to slaughter. The cattle are young nd in good condition the horses are perfectly euiet, and the implements, a large number of which have not been mentioned, are in good condition. Castle Street, Brecon, May 1st, 1916 Cattle Market, Brecon. MESSRS. MILLER, POWELL & CO., F.A.I., have received instructions to sell by Public Auction at THE CATTLE MARKET, BRECON, On Tuesday, the 16th inst., about 60 couples of excellent Cross Shropshire Ewes and Lambs (some of the lambs fit to slaugh- ter), Yearling Sheep and a collection of Agricultural Implements. Sale of Stock at 9.15 a.m. Sale of Implements at 11 a.m. Castle Street, Brecon. b752 The Cattle Market, Brecon MEiSSRS. MILLER, POWELL & CO., will I ■L"A Sell by Public Auction on TUESDAY NEXT, the 16th inst., about 30 second-hand ma-I hogany and other Panel Doors, Window Sashes, a quantity of odd Timber, Mahogany Top Counted fitted with Drawers, Advertisement Board on wheels, 12 good Furniture Trucks, White Marble chimney piece, 2 Chimney Pieces, a number of Barrel Trams, Salting Stone on Frame, Oak CofFers. &c., &c. Sale at 11 a.m. sharp. Terms—Cash. b761 TO TIMBER HAULIERS AND CARRIERS. QALE of Timber Carriage, Pitwood Carriage, Day, Cart, Harness, etc., at Brecon on Tuesday, May 16tb, at 11.30 a.,?. MILLER, POWELL AND CO., Auctioneers. b765. t Messrs. Jackson & McCartney. I CRAVEN ARMS AND HEREFORD GREAT SPRING SALES I OF I j 500 HORSES. HEREFORD, SATURDAY, 20th MAY, 1916. I (Entries for catalogues close first post Friday). I I CRAVEN ARMS, SATURDAY, JUNE 3rd, 1916. 1 i ——— I £ 140 IN PRIZES The best Cart Gelding or Mare wins.£20 in Prizes. Entry forms and prize schedules upon appli- cation. JACKSON & McCARTNEY, br665 Auctioneers. Craven Arms and Hereford. n n ALL KINDS OF INSURANCES EFFECTED. U CLAIMS PROMPTLY SETTLED. AOBNT for several FIRST CLASS COMPANIES. W. WILLIAMS, I Accountant, Inaomnee, and Geaenl Agent, SENNYBRIDGE, & 6, BULWARK, BRECON. b724 t P. E. GANE(Yir) LTD. f ) THE CARDIFF FURNISHERS & DECORATORS. ) I FURNITURE, CARPETS, LINOLEUMS. BEDSTEADS & BEDDING. All the latest Creations in :I CURTAIN FABRICS, WALL PAPERS, COVERINGS. I PAINTERS, DECORATORS, I AND PAPERHANGERS. ￼ ?—? Example of our unrivalled value. This beautiful Inlaid Mahogany Cabinet £7 7a. Od. ?W?/b?C?/o?Mc. ￼ ￼ nea?,"t Railitay S. I TV) ite for Catalogue. C-arriaye Paid to nearest Railway Stution. | 38 & 4!, Queen Street? CARDIFF. I If E U N I The Ford is the embodiment of car happiness and the exemplar ot car service. Quiet, neat, comfort- able, quick, reliable, sturdy and remarkably handy, the Ford car is the motorist's most willing servitor. A million owners have found Fords economical to buy and run. i Runabouts JE125. Five-passenger Touring Car £13.3. Town Car LIS5. Complete with head lamps, side and tail lamps, horn, hood, windscreen, tyre-pump, repair outfit, two levers, tools and jack. All prices at Works, Manchester. Full particulars from- HAROLD ELSTON & Co., Motor and Electrical Engineers, BRECON. Telephone: P.O. 72. Telegrams: ELSTON, BRECON. PUBLIC APPOINTMENTS. Hay Rural District Council. Wf ANTED, a MARRIED COUPLE, without encumbrance, to act as CARETAKERS at the Isolation Hospital of the above council. Preference will be given where the wife has had experience in Nursing. Terms and further particulars may be obtained from me, and applications stating ages, occupa- tions and experience and with copies of testimon- ials, must be in any hands not later than Saturday, the 27th May instant. By Order of the Council. ROBERT T. GRIFFITHS, Hay, Clerk. May 2nd, 1916. b 747 FOR SALE (BY PRIVATE TREATY) 160 Acres Canadian Farm situate about 60 miles South-East of Calgary. The farm contains 32 acres ploughed land, a 3-roomed shack with lean-to, a barn for 6 horses, 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 eheep-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 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 Tradesmen's, Chapel and private Printing is often spoilt for want of thought and design. The "Expresa" printing is brainy printing. Give it a trial. TO ECONOMISE AND SAVE. Make one ton of coal last where 80 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, ingtead of the usual Red Vein Pea and Nuts. The only place in Brecon to get any of these three Coals BRECOHSHIRE COAL ADD LIME OFFICE. (NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE, BRECON). N.B.—Truck loads, 4 tons and upwards, sent to any outside station. WOODLANDS SCHOOL for Girls and Preparatory for Boys, C-A-INIIIDEISR BOAD. Principals: Hiss Park-Brown & Miss Wright, LR.C.M. Thorough Modern Education. Preparation for Exams (Oxford and Cambridge, Local, Associated Board R.A.M. and B.C.M., etc) Boarders Received. Moderate Fte^- Prospectus and References on Application. Outside Students may attend for Special Subjects (French, Music, Singing, Book-Keeping, etc.) Next Term, Thursday, May 4th. The Principals will be At Home to see Parents on May 3rd. MISS MAY CAMPBELL, R.A.M., Medalist, certificated and trained in the Royal Academy of Music, London, now receives pupils for pianoforte, violin, counterpoint, harmony, theory, form, sight singing and ear training. Pupils prepared for all examinations connected with the Royal Academy and Royal College of i Music. Rathbone, Builth Wells. | Next term commences Monday, May 1st.