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scheme such as was contemplated by Ministry of Education. All they coda usefully do was to set op a voluntary

scheme such as was contemplated by Ministry of Education. All they coda usefully do was to set op a voluntary

advisory committee and keep a register of boys who wanted situations and a list of places open. Archdeacon Church Jones : Cannot that be done by each district committee ? The Chairman thought it oonid and that it was a matter the district t tees would have to take tip vary serio
06 March 1924 - Brecon County Times - Brecon, Brecknockshire, Wales
 
Bargoed Coal. This Best Coal I..ivaillalde at all loonshlene Coal and Ume Co. Depots. Bargoed Coal Lasts considerably longer than

Bargoed Coal. This Best Coal I..ivaillalde at all loonshlene Coal and Ume Co. Depots. Bargoed Coal Lasts considerably longer than

other Coals—Use it and Reduce Your Coal Bill. Theirs l• No Waste'!with Bargoed Coal. Every Ounce Burns up. SPECIAL PRICE, 4•TON TRUCKS. Supplied by &et:ambit* Gal a Gamy (1123) W. at Breoon, Devynock, Aberbian, Olanburyon-Wye, Ha►, Talyboot. Talyllyo, Treteioon, Talgarth and Bal
06 March 1924 - Brecon County Times - Brecon, Brecknockshire, Wales
 
CEFN COED.

CEFN COED.

Local William Edwnrda, of Ardwyn, Can Coed, who died on January 14th, left estate of the gross value of £1,980, with net personality £1,799. Probate of the will of December 27, 1922, has been granted to his son-in-law John Thomas Peters, of Ardwyn, draper, and his daughter Mrs E
06 March 1924 - Brecon County Times - Brecon, Brecknockshire, Wales
 
THE LUNCHEON.

THE LUNCHEON.

The luncheon was held at the Erwood Market Hall and was presided over by the president, Captain 11. A. Christy. who was supported by Mr John Evans, one of the vice-presidents. After fall justice had been done to the exoellent repast, the chairman submitted the Royal toast saying
06 March 1924 - Brecon County Times - Brecon, Brecknockshire, Wales
 
occasion 3.

occasion 3.

The styles include single and double breasted, Ordinary or Raglan Shoulders. They are made in a variety of cloths, of good appearance, capable of standing the toughest wear. Come and see these garments. They will fit you. They will please you. PRICES-30s. to 765. Opposite • • •
10 January 1918 - Brecon County Times - Brecon, Brecknockshire, Wales
 
NUN Jut I Naralade Co., Ltd.,

NUN Jut I Naralade Co., Ltd.,

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10 January 1918 - Brecon County Times - Brecon, Brecknockshire, Wales
 
RADNORSHIRE GENTLE] GENEROUS OFFER.

RADNORSHIRE GENTLE] GENEROUS OFFER.

Mr J. L. Oreenway, Greenway Manor, Penybont, Radnorshire, with characteristis generosity has advanced £2,000, free inters/it, to the Bishop of St. David's, to facilitate the participation by the Breeonshire clergy in National R ar Bonds. The Bishop would be glad to hear from any
10 January 1918 - Brecon County Times - Brecon, Brecknockshire, Wales
 
FOR upwards of Forty Years these Pills have held the FIRST PLACE IN THE WORLD as a Remedy for PILES,

FOR upwards of Forty Years these Pills have held the FIRST PLACE IN THE WORLD as a Remedy for PILES,

GRAVEL, and all the Common Disorders of the Stomach, Bowels, Liver and Kidneys. There is no civilized nation under the sun that has not experienced their healing virtues. The Common Symptoms of PILES and GRAVEL are : PAINS in the BACK and LOINS. CONSTIPATION IRRITATION of the BL
17 August 1906 - Brecon County Times - Brecon, Brecknockshire, Wales
 
The following BEVERAGES suitable for Summer ARE SOLD BY

The following BEVERAGES suitable for Summer ARE SOLD BY

17 August 1906 - Brecon County Times - Brecon, Brecknockshire, Wales
 
"A Hundred Hundreds."

"A Hundred Hundreds."

I wonder if there are many cricketers who in the course of their lives have made a hundred hundreds? mks Dux " in the Sportsman. Of course. the champion has made more than two hundred. and I should imagine that Mr. W. W. Read has made more than a hundred. I can anawer for one ma
17 August 1906 - Brecon County Times - Brecon, Brecknockshire, Wales