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BUILTH WELLS. I Exceptional Value in Loose Tea-s.-Davies Bros. No profiteciri-n,-always good value at Wyles'. Morris's for finest Scotch and Canadian Oat- meal. We regret to state that Mr Hughes, Bryndunod Farm. Rhosferig, passed away, after a long illness, early on Tuesday. Advertisements, notices of meetings, news-items, etc., for the "Express" should be sent to Mr G. E. Sayce, Fern Lea, Builth Wells. Large hlcck, of ice have been seen floating down the river Wye during the last two or three days-a sight that has not been witnessed for many years. Second-Lieutenant Morris Evans (Machine Gun Corps), .-on of Inspector Evans, late of Builth, has been pro- moted to first Lieutenant on field and recommended for military cross. Arrangements have already been made here to give effect to wcrk under the National Service Scheme, and a fairlv large number have already registered at the Post Office. J. Vaughan Jones & Co., of Llandrindod Wells, have a splendid selection of Goods at much below present ruling prices. 934 Among local soldiers home on leave this week are Air-Mechanic R. Sparkes (Royal Flying Corps), Pte. Llew. Hamer (Army Service Corps), and Pte. T. Smith (Brecon Road). Shopkeepers and Innkeepers supplied at whole- sale prices. Franklyn 7/1, Player's Cigarettes '2/8, England's Glory Matches 6/5?, and ?1 other lines at makers' lowest prices.—Howard Lewis. The subject of a lantern-lecture at the Church Hall on Tuesday was "This World-Wide War." It was fol- lowed by a performance, "That Piece of Silk," by mem- ber- of the G.F. Society. Proceeds were for the Church Hall funds. At the police court, on Monday, before Mr C. W. Woosnam (chairman), Dr. Black Jones and Mr Thomas Williams, Mrs Whislay. King's Street, was fined 10/ inclusive, for supplying groceries during prohibited hours, viz., 10.30 p.m. P.s. George Davies proved the case. The weekly meeting of Horeb Christian Endeavour was held on Thursday evening in last week, and was led by Miss Barbrice Beynon. Master Horton Beynon read a paper entitled :Tempted and Tried." A solo was rendered by Master E. Davies and Miss Beatrice Beynon presided at the organ. An engagement is announced between Rev. Gerard Leigh Bourdillon (acting chaplain of the Royal Navy and only son of the late Rev. Gerard Bourdillon and of Mrs Bourdillon. Spring Hill House, Nailsworth) and Cara Phyllis (third daughter of the late Commander Algernon Evan-Thomas, R.N., of Cae-rwnon, Builth Wells). We regret to record the death of Mr J. R. James, cashier at the National Provincial Bank, Builth Wells, which took place on Saturday last, after a few days illne". Deceased was the last surviving son of Mr D. James. late corn and flour merchant, Lampeter, and was in his 43rd year. The funeral took place at St. Peter's Church. Lampeter, on Wednesday week. Mr Roger Evans (chairman) presided at a meeting of the Rural Tribunal on Tuesday. Others present were Messrs. J. Jones, Hope, J. Jones (Llwyncus), Rees Jones Tvnffoes). David Davies (Poityn), Roger Powell (Erwhir), David Davies (Brvnhaul). T. Pugh (Wernfawr) and W. W. Lennard (clerk). Mr C. W. Woosnam represented the military authorities and Mr O. Samuel the Board of Agriculture). Several cases were dealt with, and a re- port of the proceedings will appear next week. A committee meeting in connection with the Builth and Radnor DMrict Shire Horse Society was held at the I' Swan Hotel, on Monday. Mr Ben Davies presided, and others present were Messrs. Thomas Davies (Vronolau), George Wehb (Cilmery Farm), John Thomas (Pengarth), Isaac Thomas (Caerau), C. Vaughan Weale (Llansant- fraed), Evan Williams (Dolinwydd), J. P. Williams (Cefnilan) and J. S. Davies (secretary). A vote of con- dolence was passed with the family of the late Mr David Williams (Llawrllan. Erwood). Deceased had been an active member of the committee since the foundation of the society, and his death was a loss to agriculture. His son, Mr David Williams, was elected to fill the vacancy. Xomination fees for the coming season were discussed and arranged. The staff of Brecon district (representing the Pru- dential Assurance Company, Ltd.) met at the Lion Hotel recently, Inspector W. Hunt presiding. Dinner was served, and. subsequently, speeches were made by Inspector Hunt. Mr Lambert (superintendent), Mr E. Price (Rhavader), Mr H. Arthur (Rhayader), Mr W. S. Williams (Hav). and Mrs Lambert and Mr L. Taylor (assistant-supt.) Mr W. S. Williams (Hay) won the marble time-piece in the ordinary branch, and Mr C. H. Williams (Llandrindod), the second—a lady's gold bangle. Mr W. S. Williams was also successful in winning the prize (a lady's gold bangle) for combined re- sults in both branches. A consolation prize was pre- sented to Miss Xewell (collector, Talgarth) for her very satisfactory results in both branches. Llandrindod section was congratulated on its fourth position on the Inspector's honours list for the whole of Wales for in- creased business in the industrial branch during 1916. The remains of Gwendoline Joyce Pugh, the infant child of Mr and Mrs Mathew Pugh, 26, Oaklands, Builth I' Wells, were laid to rest at Llanddewi'r-cwm Churchyard on Wednesday in last week. Before removing the body from the house the Rev. F. Johns conducted a brief service at the house. The mourners were Mr and Mrs Pugh (father and mother), the Misses Maud and Eunice Pugh (sisters), Mr Thomas Hope, Court Spoil, Mr and Mr- John Hope, Newfoundwell, Mr Walter Hope, Mona Cottage, Mr T. James, Oaklands, Mrs W. Vest, Oak- lands and Mrs Hughes, Oaklands. The service in church I' and at the grave side was conducted by the Rev. D. Hughes Richards. The bearers were Masters Moore, Gough. Archie Clarke, John Vest and Vaughan Hope. The inscription on the coffin was: "Gwendoline Joyce Hope .died 10th February. 1917. aged 16 months." The undertaker was Mr Walter J. Lewis, Builth Wells.

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