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fealtz top Auction. FAIR DAY, MONDAY, MAY 15TH. JAMES STRAKER, SON & CHADWICK tj will conduct their usual HORSE SALE on the above date, together with the usual entries of Carriages, Harness, etc. Amongst the entries are several excellent Tip Carts and (I Cart Gears, the property of a local farmer. e Sale at 11.30. Further entries solicited. e IMPORTANT SALE OF MOTOR CARS. g 1 ABERGAVENNY FAIR DAY, MONDAY, E I WAY 15Til. t f "TAMES STRAKER (I'.A.I.), SON & CHAD- ei WICK (F.A.I.) are favoured within struc- 2 tions from an Officer on Active Service, and < another client about to join H.M. Forces, to ( Sell by Auction, in the CATTLE MARKET, their ti excellent MOTOR CARS, including a 2-seater t Star," with Dickie seat, 7/9 h.p. 4-seater 1913 Humber," 14 h p. excellent 1914 four- 1 seater "Overland," 20 b.p.; also 1914 four- seater Ford Car. t Sale at 11.30. 1 NOTE-—The above Cars will be in the Market i at 10 o'clock on morning of sale, for inspection and trial, while the Auctioneers have pleasure in ( stating that they are all in perfect condition, and will be sold, under the circumstances, practically ] without reserve. ] Conditions Cash on delivery. HENTON HOUSE, MONK STREET. 3 THURSDAY, MAY 18TH. Tlll'RSI)AV, ?NIAV ISTH. 1 JAMES STRAKER, SON & CHADWICK. J tj are favoured with instructions from Mrs. 1 Morgan, who is leaving, to conduct an important Sale of 4 HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS « including the part Furnishings of the above < residence, which arc all in capital order and condition. Further particulars later and in sale posters. 1 ABERGAVENNY CATTLE MARKET. < MONDAY. MAY 15TII, 1916. m R. MONTAGUE HARRIS, F.A.I., will i n. Sell by Auction as above, at 12 o'clock precisely, a Special Consignment of 8 Well-bred 3-yr.-0ltf HEREFORD BULLOCKS, the property I of the Rev. John Rees, Llanvihangel Gobion. 1 Auctioneer's Offices Abergavenny. PRELIMINARY. MR. MONTAGUE HARRIS, F.A.I., has L been instructed to Sell by Auction On TUESDAY, JUNE 13th, 1916, The Excellent FREEHOLD FARM known as LLWYNGWYN FARM situate about three miles from Abergavenny and close to Llanvihangel Crucorney Station on the G.W.R., and containing in all an Acreage of 138 Acres or thereabouts. j Details in future advertisements. V Vendor's Solicitors MESSRS. GABB AND WALFORD, Solicitors, Abergavenny. MAESYFELIN FARM, GOVILON. Three minutes' walk from Govilon, L. & N.W.R. MR. MONTAGUE HARRIS, F.A.I., has J L been instructed by Mr. Albert Davies to Sell by Auction, as above, On FRIDAY, 12th MAY, 1916, At 5 p.m. preciselv, the whole of the GRASS KEEP Comprising 29} Acres of Capital Pasture, Meadow and Orcharding. For further particulars apply to the Auc- tioneer, Lion Street, Abergavenny. LOWER HOUSE FARI, WALTERSTONE. I miles from Pandy, G.W.R. "fc X R. MONTAGUE HARRIS, F.A.I., has .IV* received instructions from Colonel Sir Reginald Rankin, Bart., to Let by Public Auction, as above, On THURSDAY, MAY nth, I')It, The whole of the GRASS KEEP Comprising 170 Acres or thereabouts of Choice Meadow, Pasture Land and Orcharding. Sale at 2 p.m precisely. rx For further particulars apply to the Auc- tioneer, Lion Street, Abergavenny. THE RHELD FARM, CRICKHOWELL, Within jo minutes' walk of the Town. Highly Attractive Sale of 100 Couples of Shropshire and Mountain Ewes and Lambs iS HEAD OF HEREFORD and SHORTHORN CATTLE, 2 HORSES, a large assortment of IMPLEMENTS OF HUSBANDRY, HOUSE- HOLD FURNITURE, and the LETTING of the whole of the excellent Uskside MEADOW and PASTURE LAND. MESSRS. MILLER, POWELL and CO. (F.A.I.) have received instructions from Mr. Geo. Addis, who is leaving the farm, to Sell by Public Auction, at the above place, on THURSDAY, the nth MAY, 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, i grand Yearling Shropshire Ram CATTLE.— 3 Shorthorn Yearling Heifers, 3 Hereford Yearling Heifers, 3 Hereford Yearling Steers, 2 Hereford Cows with Calves at foot, I barren Hereford Cow in milk, 2 do. Heifers (very fresh), 1 grand Hereford Heifer (due to calve), 2 two-year-old Steers. HORSES-Excellent Shire Mare, S years old, due to foal, Half-bred Mare. IMPLEMENTS. Mower and Reaper com- bined, Tedder, Horse Rake, Waggon (equal to new), Broad-wheel Cart, Tip Gambo with dripples. Spring Market Cart, Governess Car (complete), Double Turnip Drill, Roll, Wheel Plough, Mooter. Harrows, Chain Harrows, Cultivator, Scnffler, 2 Chaff Cutters, Horse Gearing, Turnip Cutter, Sheep Racks and Troughs, Winnower, Cake Crusher, Weighing Machine, Rick Cloth, Cart Cover, Ladders, 3 dozen Iron Hurdles, Barbed WTire, Netting, Casks, Sacks, Pig Troughs, Shearing Benches, Corrugated Sheets, &c., &c. HARNESS.— 1 set Long Harness, 2 sets Shaft do., G O. set, sets of Trap Harness, Collars, Bridles, Saddles, Rugs, Lamps, Cushions, &c., &c. DAIRY UTENSILS.- Cheese Press, Churn, Milk Pans, Mangle, &C., &c. 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 e-,ery 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. I N.B. — The Auctioneers beg to call the atten- tion of farmers and butchers to the above Sale. The flock comprises an excellent lot of Ewes and Lambs. A number of the Lambs were yeaned early and are fit to slaughter. The cattle are young and in good condition the horses are perfectly quiet, and the Implements, a large number of which have not been mentioned, are in good condition. I Castle Street, Brecon, May 1st, 1910. 4' t' t'i. t" tJ II It'; ('t U' N.. iFUsctllar.eous The Mayor of Abergavenny's Fund FOR THE BENEFiT OF LOCAL MEN irresoecitve of what Regiment they belong to) WHO GAIN DISTINCTIONS IN THE PRESENT EUROPEAN WAR. SUBSCRIPTIONS are invited from Residents of the Borough and immediate neighbourhood for the above Fund, which is to be used for recognising the honours brought to the Town by these Gallant Soldiers. Cheques may be sent to His Worship the Mayor (Alderman Z. Wheatley, J.P.), Town Hall, Abergavenny or the undersigned. WM. H. HOPWOOD, ) Town Hall, Abergavenny, Town Clerk. ? ? Town Hall, Aber?avenny, Town Clerk. May 5th, 1916. laaatiteU. WANTED, Plain Needlework. -,Ars. Jaine, 7, VV Queen Street. TVTV RANTED, Situation for Girl, just left school.- D., Chronicle Office. WANTED, young Girl. 14-16 for W Apply, W., Chronicle Office. Wr ANTED, for house duties, two mornings W weekly, Charwoman or useful Girl. Reply to A.B.C., Chronicle Office. GOOD Doners required -Apply, Lily white Hand G Laundry, Mill Street. rIHE India and Chinst Tea Co. rf quire a young JL Lady for the Confectionery Dept aged about 18 IO.-Apply, Manager. YOUNG Lady; tall, intelligent, for Shop and JL Office.-Apply, in fir-t instance, by letter, E. Howard Davies & Co., House Furnishers, Aberga- venny. GOOD General wanted, from 16 to 20. Mrs. vT Pritchard, Pembroke Villa, Merthyr Road, Abergavenny. PifiNPLllGWM. Wauted, for Llangattock Church, Organist for Sunday evenings; small American organ.-Apply, by letter, to the itector. iVtV /ANTED, at ouce, txperienced General; plain W cookiug; two in family. Wiljiams, St. Arvans, Abergavenny. WANTED, Geneial Workman on Farm, or  strong Boy, ab!e to Plough or willing to karn.—Apply, Jones, Pant, Llauellen, Abergavenny. W A LNTED, a Man to Work on the Cricket Field for two hoars each evening, for a sbort time. Apply, F. R. Britton, Barclay's Bank, Frogmore Street. WANTED, at once, good General Servant for W Farmhouse; washing; references required.- Apply, F. H., Chronicle Office. WANTED, single Woman to look after old W person and house in country; good home; state particulars.—Address, Box 18, Chronicle Office. St. WANTED a General Workman; good cottage W and garden. Apply, John J. Vaaghan, Estate Office, Coldbrook, Abergavenny. WANTED, DresHmaking at home or at ladieB' W houses.—Apply, M., Chronicle Office. W ANTED, Yuntsw Man, ineligiole, as Workman W Waggoner; must be able to make ricks and thatch.—Apply, with references, to Thomas Lewis, Church Farm, Gilwern. Y\7 ANTED, a Woman for light garden work, two or three days per week.—Williams, 27, Park Street. WANTED, a general Farm Workman; one used V" to self binder.—Lewis & Sons, Hendre, Llan- over. o II TANTED, temporary Gardener, not eligible for VV th- army, at the Monmouthshire Asylum, Abergavenny. Wages 23s. 6d. per week with 4s. bonus.—Apply, personally, to the Medical Super- intendent. L>USINKS3 Man and Wife require clean, com- ) fort biy Furnished Sittingro-m, Two Bed- rooms, with people of good address; no children, or other lodgers.—Terms and particulars to Field, 8, Aigyli titrrfet, Swansea. DRESSMAKING.— Wanted, Bodice and Skirt, also Coat Hands permanency good wages Alfeo Apprentices for Dregamaking; wages to com- mence.-Apply, Thomas & Sons, Golden Fleece, Abergavenny. AMBITIOUS Women, Girls, and Youths wanted imm-diately to train as Cterb?, Shorthand Typists, Book-keepers and Secretaries. Quick inex- pensive home training. Good positions waiting when qualifi d. For free illustrated booklet deacrib ing these and many other openings, apply The Registrar, International Correspondence Schools. 188, Kingsway, W C., or Local I.C.S. Manager, 3, James St Blaenavon.  LYONS, Frogmore St., Abergavenny A (bv Government permit), Cash Buyer of Old Artificial Teeth, Gold, Silver and Platinum, Dental Scrap, Jewellery (condition immaterial), Curios, Antique China, Glass, Furniture, etc. Highest prices given. Cash or offer by return Cost or §s»trapfo. LOST, from Crossonen Meadow, near Junction, JLj April 12tb, cross bred yearling Ewe, short tail. —Apply, Roberts Llanellen. TRAYED, in January last, to Ty Coch, Llanover, Four Welsh Ewes. Owners can have same on payment of expenses.—Apply, C. Durham. FOUND, Cardie Ewe. If not claimed in peren JL' days will be sold to pay pxpenses-Apply, by letter only, with ear mark. Lyne, Maesjffic, Abergavenny. jfor §s>ale. i GARDEN Barrows, Ladders, Carts, Gambos, &c, —Watkins, Wheelwright, Mardy, Mon. GOOD Larch Hedging Stakes for Sale, also Tinnet, Bean and Pea Stakes. 'I homas, Builders, Lion Street. L-"OR Sale Two good Tip Carts, also Two Sets of Cart Harness.—Lamb and Flag, Abergavenny. L~*OR Sale, Four Small Houses, nicely situated r and always command good tenant i. -D. W., Chronicle Office. fX>R Sale, Hatchings' Double Perambulator in I' good condition large size wired-on tyres; cost 15 guineas. Price X2 15s. Od.-X., Chronicle Office. FOR Sale, Tennis Net complete with fittings also I' Four Racquets, equal to new £ 2. S. S., Chronicle Office. JT^OR Sale, "Albion" BiDder, also Mower, same FmLtker; both equal to Dew; vit;w by apPGint- ment.—D. Jon.e, Hill Farm. Bryn^wyn, Raglan DARK BLINDS in holland or paper. Casement rnat, ria.1 and artstiges.. I1 in great variety. —E. Howard Davies & (Jo. (Edwards, Furnishers), High Street and St. John's -La,.e, Abergavenny. Phone No. 52. KARSWOOD Poultry Spice containing L ground insects dOUb'OS egg output. Try 2d. packet from WTilliams, 51, Cross Street, Abergavenny. FOR Sale, Horse Powders, Pig Powders and f Poultry Sptce, Is. ppr Ib.. 31b for 2s. 6d. Finest quality obtainable Also Saltpeter for Bacon Salting, 10d p-r 1b -Kobens, Chemist, Frogmore Street, Abergavenny NO dead chicks in pens where Karswood _L\t Chicken Powder, containing ground in- sects, is used. 2d. packet supplies 20 chicks 7 days. Customers delighted.—WIBBERUCY, Corn Merchant, Lion Street, Abergavenny. KILL THAT INSECT, TOMMY !—Send j_ your pals out yonder some tins of Harrison's Nursery Pomade—they'll be vary acceptable. \Vhen you haven't time to wash, there's a big chance you'll have companions A little Harrison's Pomade kills every insect on hair and body. Insist on having Harrison's Nursery Pomade, Tins of Comfort," at 4M. and gd. Sold by all Chemists—or by post from Harrison, Chemist, Reading. Agent for Aber- gavenny H. Shackleton, Chemist, 9, Cross- street. Brynmawr A. M. Jones, Chemist, 47 King Street. Crickhowell Kirkland. RATS, MICE, MOLES, COCKROACHES Rand'BEF,TLES greedily eat Harrison's Reliable Rat Poison. Cats and Dogs will not touch it. Vermin dry up and leave no smell. Prices 6d., is., 2S. 3d. and 3s. 8d. Postage 2d.— G. W. Harrison, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agent for Abergavenny H. Shackle- ton, Chemist, 9, Cross-street. Brynmawr A. M. Jones, Chemist, 74 King St. Crickhowell Kirkland. GREY HAIR permanently and speedily re- \??T stored to its original colour by using Harrison's Hair Colour Restorer. It is not a I 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 is. 6d. (postage 3d. extra). Manufacturer L.. W. Harrison, Hair Specialist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agent for Abergavenny H. Shackleton, Chemist, 9 Cross Street; Bryn- mawr A. M. Jones, Chemist, 74 King Street. Co itet. T0 Let, Moreton Villa, Brecon Road detached X residence with good garden and ground? rent £ 40—James Straker, Son, & Chadwick. BEDROOM or Bedroom and Sittingroom to let; JD central.-Apply, R Chronicle Office. TO Let, Dangwiiiym, superior and commodious JL DweHiog Honse in the parish of Lianvibanget Gobion. with large garden and orchard, on the banks of the (Jsk.—Apply, David, Llansantffraed, Aberga- venny. TO Let, Westbonrne House, Brecon Road, Aber- JL gavenny, from March 25th next. Apply, Facey & Son, Atergavenuy. TO Let, Myu-y Castell, Castle Road, Orick- JL howell, also a Cottage in name road.-Apply, J. Reginald Jacob, Solicitor, Abergavenny. FOXES BARK FARM. Llantillio Pertholey; 60 J' acres; immediate possession.—Apply, J. W. Earle, 49, The Village, Old Charlton, London. 8 E. TO Let, large Bed-bittingroom, alno Sittingroom JL and Bedroom use batbroom, h. and c.—Apply, Pritchard, 1, Trinity Terrace. TO Let, all that commodious Premises in Cross JL Street, now used as a post office, with Lock-np Shop (pr, viously cycle shop). Vacant possession now. To view, etc., apply, Tong and Cobon, Rocklands, Abergavenny, or Auction Chambers, Brynmawr. ftftsrellaimraa. COLISEUM ABERGAVENNY. Telephone, 33. MANAGING DIBECTOB RICHARD DOONER. RESIDENT MANAGER W. H. WALLER. ANOTHER STARTLING PROGRAMME OF HIGH-CLASS PICTURES. MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, MAY 8TH, 9TH, IOTH :— THE COMMANDING OFFICER. A Superb Production, by the Famous Players' Company, featuring the Charming Picture Actress ALICE DOVEY. Full of Dramatic Incidents of an unusual character. Episode 27 of the Super Serial "THE EXPLOITS OF ELAINE." Don't miss this Episode. Full of Thrills and Sensation. THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY Exclusive Attraction, Entitled THE LABYRINTH. Five Reels. Featuring GALE KANE. A Romantic Tale of an Actress. Her struggles, her successes, and her final release from the Labyrinth. A Most Interesting Story of Stage Life. Episode 10 of the Wonder Serial, "THE BROKEN COIN." ESSANAY COMEDY, Entitled" SOME BABY." Followed by Selections of Pictures, time permitting. ADULTS 3d. CHILDREN, 2D. ADULTS, (Tip np Chaira) acit. CHILDREN, 3d. I ADULTS, I (Tip-up irs 9d.. i CHILDREN, 6d. Re James Straker, deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all creditors, or other persons, having any claims or demands against the Estate of James Straker, late of Plas Derwen, near Abergavenny, in the County of Monmouth, Esquire, who died on the 13th day of April, 1916, are required to forthwith send particulars in writing of their claims or demands to us, the undersigned,' on behalf of Edith Emily Straker, Edgar Straker, and J ames Arthur Gilbert Price, the Executors and Trustees of the* Will of the said deceased. Dated this 26th dav of April, 1916. GABB & WALFORD, Solicitors, Abergavenny. Wesleyan Methodist Sunday School, CASTLE STREET, ABERGAVENKY. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES, SUNDAY, A JUNE II, 1916 (Whit-Sunday). PREACKKR: MR. GEO. HAMILTON ARCHIBALD, Sunday School Union Extension Lecturer. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. WHIT-MONDAY, JUNE 12TH, 1916 TWO LECTURE CONFERENCES on CHILD STUDY, conducted by MR. CEO. HAMILTON ARCHIBALD, Extension Lecturer of the Sunday School Union and Director of Studies, Westhill Training Irstitute. Monmouthshire County Council. MAIN ROADS. PERSONS desirous of Contracting for the P SUPPLY OF MATERIALS or for HAUL- ING broken and unbroken STONE for the repair of the Main Roads within the County for the year ending March 31st, 1917, may obtain particulars and schedules on application at the County Council Offices, Newport. Sealed Tenders to be sent to me on or before Monday, May 22nd, endorsed Tenders for Hauling and Supplying Materials for Main Roads." WILLIAM TANNER, County Surveyor. County Council Offices, Newport, Mon. May 2nd, 1916. NOW OPEN. MR. C. W. HUGHES, Central Dental Rooms, (Over Bradleys') Frogmore St. (Entrance Lion St.) Abergayenny. Hours 9 a.m. until 6.30 p.m., or any time by appointment. I Fraser's Plants are the Best. ASTERS and Stocks, 4d. a dozen. Marigold, j" Verbenia, Cornflower, Antirrhinum, Scabious, Lobelia, Pyrethrum, Petunias, Alys- sum, 6d. per .dozen. Coreopsis, Gaillardias, Canterbury Bells, Sweet Williams, 1/- per doz. Early Flowering Chrysanthemums a speciality. Choice-named Varieties, 1/6 per doz. CARNATIONS 50 Varieties to select from, 2/6 per doz. PERCY FRASER, Florist and Seedsman, Queen Street, Abergavenny. Christad.lphian Synagogue, LION STREET, ABERGAVENNY SUNDAY NEXT, MAY 7th, 1916.  A 6.30 p. m. '? Speaker: Mr. A. WARRENDER (of Birmingham). Hnbjert REASONS OF FAITH." Why we believe the Bible to be the Revelation of the Divine Will and Purpose, concerning the Earth aud Humauity Do not miss hearing this IMPORTANT and IN- TERESTING- Lecture. Ssats free. No collections. PICTURE FRAMING Fishing Tackle, Bird & Animal Preserver. Note.—Special offer cho"p-One 16ft. iiad 18ft. Greenheart Salmon Rods. ERNLE J. DELAFIELD, 21, Nevill Street. iHtscellatteoufi. Telephone 146. ABERGAVENNY STEAM LAUNDRY COMPANY, LIMITED, MERTHYR ROAD, j t Why Buy New Clothes ? When you can have the old WASHED, DRY CLEANED, or DYED equal to new. Reasonable Charges, consistent with good work No sweating of workers. Collars, 9d. per Dozen. R. J. HARRHY, Hairdresser, Wholesale & Retail Tobacconist, 5, High Street. Private Room for the Cutting &] Singeing of Ladies' Hair. EXPERT ATTENDANCE. Umbrellas Repaired and Re-covered. NEVILL HOUSE SCHOOL FOR BOARDERS AND DAY PUPILS. NEXT TERM begins WEDNESDAY, MAY JL\ loth. For particulars and prospectus, kindly apply to MISS RADFORD, Nevill House. Supreme Style Selection Value I in Furniture P. E. GANE, Ltd. 161-2-3 Commercial St., NEWPORT. Catalogues Free. Frogmore Street Baptist Church. THE REV. GWIEYM DAVIES, M.A., -L will preach on Sunday next, at I I a.m. on "THE SECOND COMING," and at 6.30 p. m. on "OUR TASK AND OUR RE- SOURCES.


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