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BRECON 4. TALGIARTEI 1.

BRECON 4. TALGIARTEI 1.

A side can play as good as it is allowed to—and such was Breoon's form on Saturday, that their opponents in Talgarth were made to look a very moderate bide. Brecon played convincing football and if a continuance of that form is kept up, the side may, in a large measure, atone fo
26 February 1925 - Brecon County Times - Brecon, Brecknockshire, Wales
 
Thursday. teeturuary 26th, 1925 THE LATE MRS. T. 11. MORGAN. The Funeral. The funeral of Mrs T. LI. Morgan, of

Thursday. teeturuary 26th, 1925 THE LATE MRS. T. 11. MORGAN. The Funeral. The funeral of Mrs T. LI. Morgan, of

Greenhill, Weymouth, widow of Capt. T. Ll. Morgan. of St. Helen's, Swansea, and sister of the Bishop of Swansea and Brecon. took place on Saturday last. The body was brought to Brecon by road on Friday, and lay during the night in the Corvizors' Chapel in Brecon Cathedral, which
26 February 1925 - Brecon County Times - Brecon, Brecknockshire, Wales
 
LORD GLANUSR'S SPEECH.

LORD GLANUSR'S SPEECH.

LORD GLANUSR ' S SPEECH. Lord Glanusk, who was cordially received, said he came there quite impend to clear off an adverse bank balance, but he was very glad to find that they were in a healthy condition with a balance on the tight side. (Applause). This was the first occasion th
26 February 1925 - Brecon County Times - Brecon, Brecknockshire, Wales
 
♦ HINT TO GARDEN OWNERS.

♦ HINT TO GARDEN OWNERS.

HINT TO GARDEN OWNERS. The Chairman mentioned that they had given up the Hospital Garden, and he hoped their friends would send contributions of fruit, vegetables, and other things for the use of the institution. Major the Hon. W. R. Bailey, eon of Lord Glanusk, was elected presi
26 February 1925 - Brecon County Times - Brecon, Brecknockshire, Wales
 
No. 1. No. 2. No. 3.

No. 1. No. 2. No. 3.

26 February 1925 - Brecon County Times - Brecon, Brecknockshire, Wales
 
HENRY F. W. HARRIES, Clerk of the County Council.

HENRY F. W. HARRIES, Clerk of the County Council.

Order ") in respect of swine moved with Licence (Form A) granted tinder the principal Order is hereby reduced from 28 days to 27 days, and the provisions of the Principal Order relating to such detention and isolation shall be read and have effect u if the period of 27 days were
26 February 1925 - Brecon County Times - Brecon, Brecknockshire, Wales
 
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26 February 1925 - Brecon County Times - Brecon, Brecknockshire, Wales
 
STARVING POINT AND PERHAPS NO

STARVING POINT AND PERHAPS NO

WATER ? Considerable trouble being experienced io the collection of Water Bent at the Llanelly Hill area, it was recommended by the Llanelly Water Committee that a stand-pipe at one place in the area rejoicing in the name of Starving Point, be removed, by way of protesting again
27 September 1928 - Brecon County Times - Brecon, Brecknockshire, Wales
 
THE ChiAIRMAN FELICITATED.

THE ChiAIRMAN FELICITATED.

Mr Jobo Thomas (Llangyuidr) who is one of the Council's representatives on the County Amassment Committee, congratulated Mr W. G. James (chairman) on his recent appointment as chairman of the County As'ociation Committee, which he said was a signal honour. He proposed that the C
27 September 1928 - Brecon County Times - Brecon, Brecknockshire, Wales
 
VIZ. :

VIZ. :

SHEEP.-55 Cluu ewes, one and twoyear-old ; 30 Cross-Kerry ewes, two years old ; 20 Radnor ewes, three years old ; 30 fat yearling wethers ; 82 thieve and wither lambs, 3 stock rams. CATTLE.-5 young barren cows. with calves at foor ; 5 young cows in and with calves at toot ; 2 co
27 September 1928 - Brecon County Times - Brecon, Brecknockshire, Wales