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goalee bp guctton. SALE FIXTURES. QUEEN'S HEAD HOTEL, CYMYOY— Mr. Williams has fixed Monday, Oct. 1st, for his Important Sale of Live and Dead Farming Stock, Furniture, &c. BEAR HOTEL, CRICKHOWELL.-Freehold for Sale by Auction at Abergavenny Sept. 25. CEFN FARM, LLANARTH.—Date to be fixed in October next. J. STRAKER, SON & CHADWICK, POSTPONEMENT OF SALE. THE DELL, RAGLAN. MR. V. W. CARTER has instructed Messrs. J. STRAKER, SON & CHADWICK to postpone the date of his Sale until later in the Auutmn. The Sale will not take place on September 26th. SEPTEMBER 25TH. FAIR DAY. 4. STRAKER, SON & CHADWICK will Sell by Auction at 10 o'clock, for E. White, Esq., Clanfield, 4non., 10 Pedigree Suffolk Ram Lambs 10 Pedigree Oxford Ram Lambs Pcdigreee at time of sale. LLWYNFEDWEN FARM, CWMDU (Midway between Abergavenny and Brecon, and l 5 minutes' walk from Pant-y-Bailey G.W.R. Motor 'Bus Halt). J. STRAKER, SON & CHADWICK (W. M, Chad- wick, F.A.I.) are instructed by Mr. W. Prit- chard, who is giving up his tenancy of the above farm, to conduct an important and attractive unreserved Sale On FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28th, 1917, including 32 Young Well-descended Pedigree Herefords, viz. 11 Capital Cows in or with Calves at foot together with young Stock all descended from the Duffryn and Glanusk Pedigree Herds. 266 Sound Hardy Radnor Ewes and Lambs 8 Valuable Working Horses, Colts and Suckers 3 STRONG STORE PIGS. GEARS. Nearly New Collection of AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. Luncheon (by ticket 1/6) at 11 o'clock, returnable to all purchasers. Sale at 12 o'clock sharp. Terms cash. Catalogues from the Auctioneers, Aberga- venny, also at Crickhowell, 14 days prior to sale. For the convenience of stabling, Mr. Pritchard offers same at Llwyfen Farm, adjoining. By instructions from the Executors of the late Mr. H. B. Stocken. ANGEL HOTEL, ABERGAVENNY. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 24th, 1917- J. STRAKER, SON & CHADWICK, F.A.I., are instructed to Sell by Auction (subject to the Defence of the Realm Liquor Control Order and to Special Conditions of Sale) in the HoTEl. BALLROOM, a quantity of VALUABLE SURPLUS STOCK, comprising about 154 Dozen Fine Old Vintage Wines including 1887. 1890, 1896, 1900 & 1908 Ports & Sherries, IL also Liqueurs, Clarets, Champagnes together with 3,000 Choice Cigars Coronas and Murias. Sale at 12 o'clock sharp. To comply with the Liquor Control Order the Sale must be completed iwithin the permitted hours of 12 Noon and 2.30 p.m. A prompt attendance is therefore absolutely necessary. Catalogues may be obtained at the Hotel or from the Offices of the Auctioneers, Licensed Trade Valuers, Stock Takers and Guagers, Frogmore Chambers, Abergavenny. WITH POSSESSION ON COMPLETION. PARISH OF LLANTILIO CROSSENNY. In close proximity to and 7 miles distant out on the Old Ross Road, Abergavenny. SALE BY AUCTION OF A SMALL DESIRABLE MODERN FREEHOLD POULTRY FARM known as LILAC COTTAGE comprising an Area ol Half an Acre (or thereabouts) which i. STRAKER, SON & CHADWICK, F.A.I., are instructed by the Owner and Occupier, Mrs. BROADHTTRST, to submit to Public Auction at the ANGEL HOTEL, ABERGAVENNY, at Three o'clock in the Afternoon, on TUESDAY, the 25th day of SEPTEMBER, 1917. The Substantially Stone and Slate Built Cottage contains Small Tiled Entrance Hall, Two Lofty Front Sitting Rooms with modern range and fireplace, Kitchen, Wash-house and Back Kitchen with baking oven, boiler and salting stone, Pastry, Small Cellar or Stores, Two Large Front Bedrooms, Two Smaller Bedrooms at back, Small Yard with Large Galvanized Soft Water Tank. The Range of Outbuildings, Wood-built with galvanized roof, are extensive and convenient, and comprise Cow Shed, Two-stall Stable, Trap House and Floored and Glazed Large Barn and Stores 15ft. x 40ft., attached to same large Galvanized Soft Water Tank. Large Piggery. Outside Office. Rates about £ 1 4s. od. per annum. Tithe and Land Tax Free. Any further particulars may be obtained from the Offices of the Auctioneers or of MESSRS. GABB & WALFORD, Solicitors, Abergavenny. By instructions from the Trustees of the late Mr. Henry Williams. RED HOUSE, LLANARTH. NR. ABERGAVENNY. THE IMPORTANT DISPERSION SALE OF THE ENTIRE HERD OF 66 PEDIGREE HEREFORDS. Together with 5 Non-Pedigree CATTLE and 80 B"sd RADNOR EWES will take place on FRIDAY, SEPT. 21, 1917. Sale at i o'clock. The Red House pedigrees are considered to form one of the oldest established herds in Mon- mouthshire and descended from some of the finest blood obtainable. Catalogues from the Auctioneers, Messrs. EDWARDS, RUSSELL & BALDWIN, Leominster or of J. STRAKER, SON & CHADWICK, Aberga- venny. ABERGAVENNY CATTLE MARKET. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16th. FIRST ANNUAL SHOW AND SALE OF COLTS & SUCKERS. Entry forms on application. J. STRAKER, SON & CHADWICK, Auctioneers. STANTON MANOR FARM, LLANVIHANGEL CRUCORNEY. MR. JOHN BEVAN (who is retiring) has fixed THURSDAY, 20th SEPTEMBER, 1917, for his Important Sale of LIVE AND DEAD FARMING STOCK. Details later. MONTAGUE HARRIS, F.A.I., Auctioneer. UPPER HENLLAN FARM, CWMYOY. MR. THOMAS LEWIS (who is retiring) has fixed THURSDAY, 27th SEPT., 19:t7, for his Important Sale of LIVE AND DEAD FARMING STOCK. Details later. MONTAGUE HARRIS, F.A.I., Auctioneer. GREAT TURNANT FARM, WNGTOWN. IMPORTANT SALE ef LIVIC AND DEAD FARMING STOCK, by instructions from Mr. Howell Nichofle (who is retiring), FRIDAY 21st SEPTEMBER, 1917 (Longtown Fair Day). MONTAGUE HA* MS, F.A.I., AKfMHir. ,f™aks tip Suction. t"' at" ); TYXYWERN FARM, LLANTILLIO PER- THOLEY. SALE of about 60 Acres Capital GRASS KEEP, in lots, on the premises as above on TUESDAY, 2nd OCTOBER, 1917, at 3.30 p.m., by instructions from Mr. Thomas Richards (who is leaving). MONTAGUE HARRIS, F.A.I., Auctioneer. THE GAER, CWMYOY. SALE of LIVE & DEAD STOCK, IMPLE- MENTS, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, &c., on WEDNESDAY, 26th SEPTEMBER, 1917, at 2 p.m., by instructions from Miss Johnson. MONTAGUE HARRIS, F.A.I., Auctioneer. PRELIMINARY. ABERTILLERY, SIX BELLS & ABERBEEG, MON. IMPORTANT SALE of LONG LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES, TUESDAY, 18th SEPTEM- BER, 1917- MONTAGUE HARRIS, F.A.I., Auctioneer. Vendor's Solicitor W. J. EVERETT, Esq., Abertillery. ISRanteti. HAIRDRF,SSING.-Wanted, Smart Boy for Saloon.-Appity, Bull & Son, Cross-street. WANTEw, young General two in family.— Applv by letter, 89 Oakfield-road, Newport. WANTED, Tack for 50 or 100 Lambs.-Apply, G. Williams, Upper House, Crickhowell. WANTED to rent, 6-roomed House Hereford- road district.—W., Chronicle Office. WANTED experienced Maid for household duties.—Mrs. Salter, Woodside," Llanfoist. YOUNG LADY Wanted for Tobacconist and Fancy Shop.—5, High-street. WANTED, good, strong, active Girl.—Apply, Steward, County Club, Abergavenny. WANTED, Shallots any quantity from 7lbs. up to icwt. Buyer of 4 Tons.—Percy R. Fraser, Abergavenr-y Seed Stores. WANTED, Apprentices for the Millinery Work- room and Showrooms.—Beveridge, Drapers, Abergavenny. WANTED, Jobbing Mason, at once; over military age.—Apply, J. Pritchard, Builder, 1, Trinity Terrace, Abergavenny. WANTED, Workman Cowman cottage and garden found good wages.—Evans, Court, Llanvetherine. WANTED, respectable Girl as General age 18 to 20; good references required.—Mrs. Day, Harringhay Terrace, Abergavenny. WANTED, strong Young Girl for Farm-house; small family no children.—Apply, L., Chronicle Office, Abergavenny. WANTED, Two or Three good experienced Laundresses, immediately.—Apply, Lily White Hand Laundry. WANTED, a good General.—Apply, Mrs. Poole, Cambridge Private Hotel, Weston-s.- Mare WANTED, General Workman on Farm, to look after cattle and sheep.—Apply, W. C. Jones, Pant Farm, Llanellen, nr. Abergavenny. WANTED, Married Man for Farm experienced with cows and sheep cottage and garden found. State wages required. Andrews, Aberbaiden, nr. Abergavenny. WANTED, an experienced Nurse for four children soldier's widow might suit. Good wages to capable person.—Apply, Mrs. Wolfe Murray, Dan-y-Fan, Brecon. UPRIGHT PIANO Wanted; suit children. State maker's name. Slight repairs not ob- jected to, if cheap. No dealers.—Box 71, Chronicle Office. WANTED, 20 to 40 Dozen New-laid Eggs, weekly.—Apply, R. W. Morris, English and Foreign Fruiterer, 226, Cowbridge-rd., Cardiff. OLD ROOFING TILES REQUIRED.—Stone, Roman, Plain or Pantiles.—Apply, stating price and full particulars, to the Ebbw Vale Steel, Iron & Coal Co., Ltd., Ebbw Vale, Mon. jfor alt. GARDEN BARROWS, Ladders, Carts, Gambos, &c.—Watkins, Wheelwright, Mardy, Mon. FOR SALE, Thatching Straw.—Apply, Davis, Court Morgan, near Abergavenny. GIP in unequalled for successful Rearing and Fatteniug of Pigs and Poultry bags, 6d.— Wibberley, Abergavenny. CABBAGE PLANTS Suttons' Harbinger, Offenham, and Early Warwick Ij- per 100.— Williams, 27 Park-street. FOR SALE, Garden Fruit. Pears-Pitmaston Duchess, Louise Bonne, Williams's Bon Chretien 2d. lb. Apples (eating and cooking) id. lb. Damsons.—Apply The Old Rectory Llanfoist. SECOND YEAR HENS need Karswood Poultry Spice, containing ground insects, to make them lay like pullets. Packets 2d., 6d., 1/ Wibberley, Corn Merchant, Lion Street, and 50, Cross Street, Abergavenny. OXIDE OF IRON (Compound) enrich the blood, strengthen the system and bring the colour of health to pale faces, also acts as a gentle aperient. Invaluable for anaemia. 50 tablets in box, ¡/Shackleton, Chemist, Cross Street. KILL THAT INSECT, TOMMY t-Send L 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 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 4td. and gd. Sold by all Chemists—or by post from Harrison, Chemist, Reading. Agent for Aber- gavenny H. Shackleton, Chemist, 9, Cross- street. Brynma-wr A. M. Jones, Chemist, 1 47 King Street. Crickhowell: Kirkland. RATS, MICE, MOLES, COCKROACHES Rand BEETLES greed'ly 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. PIG FEEDERS! Now that Pig Feed is so costly use WILLSON'S CANADIAN PIG POWDERS in the food once or twice a week they will save you such a lot of time in fattening. Healthy pigs are the pigs that pay, and Will- son's keep them healthy. 7 powders for 7d., 16 powders for 1/2, 48 powders for 3/ 144 powders for 8/ and in bulk in tins 21/- each, all post paid.—Sold by A. J. Wibberley, Corn Merchant, 50 Cross St., and Henry Shackleton, Chemist, Abergavenny. THOMAS (Builth Wells) LAMB DRENCHES The Farmer's greatest friend. Has saved tens of thousands of Lambs. It is used all over the country. No Farmer should be without it. After its use the flock is safe from the ravages of Red Water and other diseases so fatal to Lambs. In packets, 6d. for 20 lambs. For Worms and Parasites in Sheep and Lambs use the Worm Tablets; in tins J/6.-&le Manufacturer Harry Shackleton, Chemist, Abergavenny. ifltscellaneoua. — — < FAME is the voice of I PUBLIC COL I IZ for a century past it has uttered the NAME of the Premier Furnishers known now as CrAiTE 161-2-3, Commercial Street, Catalogs Free. NEWPORT. BANK HOUSE ARE SHOWING ALL NEW GOODS FOR THE Autumn and Winter Season -IN- Costumes, Coats, Furs, Fur Coats, Blouses, Children's Outfits = Ladies' Underclothing, Gloves II: Hosiery, Blankets, Eider Down Quilts, Sheetings, Oilcloths = = Linoleums, Rugs, Dress Material. Also MILLINERY.  JONES & CO. (p ?X?n.a) Abergavenny. iff 0 Itt. TO LET, Fw-nished Apartments.-Mrs. Percy Wibberley, Brynheulog, Grosvenor-road. TWO-STALLED STABLE and Coach-house to Let.—Apply, Chronicle Office. TO LET, Henton House, Monk Street; large rooms, every convenience lawn, greenhouse garage or stables.—Apply, Horsington Bros. TO LET, Good Stables with Loft and large Covered Yard; 3 stalls and loose box; or suitable for Garage.—Apply, Watkins, Baker, Monk-street. Cost or gptrapet. LOST, a Gold Signet Ring.—Finder rewarded on returning same to Chronicle Office, Aber- gavenny. STRAYED to Cadvor Farm Brown Cob Mare. If not claimed within seven days will be sold.— Salter IAanfoist. LOST, between Walnut Tree, Llanthewy Skirrid, I and the Crowfield Farm, Ross road, on Tues- day last, young Sheep Dog, black and brown. Answers to the name of Sharp." —In- formation to be given to Police Station, Aber- gavenny, or Mr. Wm. Yeoman, Lower Ton, I Llanvapley. ililtscrllaneous. I ( The Church School, Llanddewi Rhydderch. A White Elephant & Jumble Sale THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20th, 1917, 230 pm., In aid of Vicarage Improvements and Repairs. A Large Variety of Clothing, &c., with other Useful Articles. Produce Stall and a Bran Pie. TEA will be provided at 6d. each. Refreshments at moderate charges. DANCING. GREAT BARGAINS. COME EARLY. Monmouthshire Farmers' Union. ABERGAVENNY & PANDY BRANCHES. A JOINT GENERAL MEETING of the  above Branches will be held at the Angel Hotel, Abergavenny, on TUESDAY NEXT, September 18th, 1917, at 2 p.m. Christadelphian Synagogue, LION STREET, ABERGAVENNY SUNDAY NEXT, SEPT. 16th, 1917, At 6 o'clock (Please note alteration of time). Speaker: Mr. F. BEIGHTON, of Newpert. Subject: Potsherds of the Earth, and Sons of God. (See Isaiah 45, 9 to 11). Come and how and judge for yourself. Seat* AN free, and 80 collection. iftisallattwros. Abergavenny District Co-operative Society Limited. I NATIONAL SUGAR CARD. WILL Members please note that the Appli- V V cation Forms for Registration under the Government Scheme will be distributed by the Local Post Office to every Householder by September 30th. The Forms must be filled in, giving the Name, Age, Sex and Occupation of each member of the household, and when completed must be re- turned to the Local Food Control Committee by October 6th. Sugar Cards will then be issued from the Local Food Office. Members are requested to return their Sugar Cards to the Stores before November 5th. Registering at the present time is not necessary. BOROUGH OF ABERGAVENNY. SUGAR DISTRIBUTION. THE attention of the Abergavenny Local Food Control Committee has been drawn to the fact that Sugar Cards or forms have been issued by certain Traders asking Householders to sign same to secure their supply of Sugar. The Committee beg to remind all Householders that these Forms are of no value whatever, and will NOT entitle people who sign them to obtain Sugar. The Postman will deliver to each house THE OFFICIAL FORM before the 1st October, 1917, which must be filled up and Posted to The Office 01 the Food Control Committee, Town Hall, Abergavenny, NOT LATER THAN FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1917. By Order of the Committee. Z. WHEATLEY, MAYOR, Chairman. WM. H. HOPWOOD, TOWN CLERK, Executive Officer. Local Food Control Office, Town Hall, Abergavenny, September 4th, 1917. Crickhowell Union. TENDERS FOR SUPPLIES. PERSONS desirous of Contracting for the -L isupply of GROCERIES, FLOUR, MEAT, BJ? OOTS, COAL, CORDWOOD, for the CON- VEYANCE OF POOR PERSONS, the supply of CLOTHING and other articles, and the furnishing of FUNERALS from the 1st October to 31st December, 1917, are requested to send sealed Tenders to me at the Town Hall, Crick- howell, on or before the 22nd September, 1917. The Board do not pledge themselves to accept the lowest or any tender. Patterns and samples (of such as can be sent) to be produced at the Town Hall, Crickhowell, on the above date. Forms of tender may be obtained from the I undersigned. THOS. VAUGHAN, Clerk to the Guardians. Union Offices, Town Hall, Crickhowell, loth Sept., 1917. NEVILL HOUSE SCHOOL FOR BOARDERS AND DAY PUPILS. NEXT TERM begins on WEDNESDAY, SEPT 19th For prospectus and particulars, kindly apply to A E RADFORD, NeviU House jflssctllanrons. King Henry Vlllth's Grammar School, Abergavenny. HEADMASTER T. HEADLAND SIFTON, M.A., late Exhibitioner, St. John's College, Cam- bridge. With Staff of Four Assistants. Tuition Fee (per Term) £ i 2 o THE above fee includes all subjects in the J- School curriculum. The School has a well-equipped Laboratory, a Workshop for Manual Training, and a Playing Field near. The course of instruction includes :—Scripture, Classics, Mathematics (with book-keeping), English Language and Literature, Science, French, History, and Georgaphy on modern lines, Drawing and Manual work. There is an optional class in Shorthand, and the Science course is drawn up with a view to introducing at as early a stage as possible the elements of Chemistry that bear upon Agricultural Science. The Headmaster, Edenhurst, Abergavenny, and the Second Master, Belmont, Abergavenny, are authorised to take in Boarders. Particulars can be obtained from either of them at the above addresses. Next Term commences Wednesday, Sept. 19th. The Headmaster may be seen by parents at the School on Tuesday, September 18th, from 2.30 to 4.30, or on Wednesday, September 19th, during school hours. Forms of application for admission to the School may be obtained from the Headmaster, or from FRED BAKER GABB, Clerk to the Governors. Abergavenny County Intermediate School for Girls. HEADMISTRESS MISS HOULISTON, Newnham College, Cambridge, Historical Tripos Class II. With Seven permanent Assistant Mistresses. Tuition Fee (per Term) £ 1 i o THE above fee includes all Stationery -L (except printed books), Swedish Drill, by a specially trained Mistress, and all subjects in the School curriculum. In the higher forms special instruction is given in Domestic and Commercial subjects for those not entering on a scholastic career. The School has a well- equipped Chemical Laboratory, excellent Play- ing 'Field and Lawn Tennis Courts, and the health of the girls receives careful attention. Pupils from a distance lodge at houses approved by the Governors under the supervision of the Headmistress. Next Term commences Wednesday, Sept. 19th. There will be no vacancies in the School for the next term, but applications can be made for Spring Term (January 1918). The Headmistress may be seen by parents at the School on Monday, September 17th, from 2.30 to 4, and on Tuesday, September 18th, from I 10 to x and 2.30 to 4. Forms of application for admission into the School may be obtained from the Headmistress, or from FRED BAKER GABB, Clerk to the Governors. Monmouthshire War Agricultural Execu- tive Committee. NOTICE TO FARMERS. SUPPLY OF SEED WHEAT OF THE 1917 CROP. FARMERS requiring 1917 Crop Seed Wheat L of Wilhelmina," Victor," Little Joss," or Borwick" varieties, are advised to place their orders at once, or at the latest before October 8th, 1917, with the Secretaries of their District Committees at Abergavenny, Mon- mouth, Chepstow, Usk, or Newport. Only limited quantities of these varieties are now available, and they will only be supplied where the farmer is unable to get his requirements through the usual trade channels. J. RICE JONES, Secretary. 24, Bridge Street, Newport, Mon., Sept. 3, 1917. Monmouthshire Agricultural Executive Committee. (Abergavenny District). NOTICE TO FARMERS. PLOUGHING. FARMERS requiring Ploughmen, Horses, or f Implements, to assist them with their extra cultivation for the 1918 Harvest, should apply at once to ARTHUR EVANS, Aug. 31st, 1917. District Secretary. Monmouthshire Asylum, Abergavenny. TO GROCERS, MILLERS AND LEATHER MERCHANTS. THE Committee of Visitors of this Asylum -L are willing to receive Tenders from parties desirous of contracting to supply the Asylum with any of the undermentioned articles, for the periods hereinafter stated, viz. :— GENERAL GROCERIES, for six months from the 1st day of October next. FLOUR, for one or two months from the 1st day of October next. Samples of Flour in quantities of not less than one sack to be sent in not later than Saturday, the 15th day of Sept. A GIVEN QUANTITY OF LEATHER AND UPPERS to be supplied at once. The Asylum Sidings on the London & North Western and Great Western Railways are avail- able for delivering goods to the Asylum. Tenders, accompanied by samples of all articles, which will admit thereof, to be sent to the Asylum not later than 9.30 o'clock in the morning on Monday, the 24th day of September, and superscribed Tender for Flour," or as the case may be. Forms of Tender will be supplied on applica- tion, by letter or otherwise, at the Clerk's Office in the Asylum. The Committee of Visitors do not bind them- selves to accept the lowest or any tender. R. W. POWELL, Clerk and Steward. St. Mary's Church, Abergavenny. AN ORGAN RECITAL will be given by the ORGANIST after the Evening Service, Sunday, September 16th. Vocal Solos by Miss N. DYER & MR. L. H. EVANS, Collection in aid of Organ Renovation Fund. TVf ISS MORGAN will be obliged if anyone 11 who kindly lent Furniture for the Belgian Refugees will write to her to arrange about its return. Anything not claimed will be sold. liBrooklands. Abergavenny. THE GREAT REVIVAL! i PANDY MAN'S FINE RECORD. GREAT ADVANCE BY STURDY BRITONS. 80,000 WAITING ORDERS TO MOVE WITHOUT DRAFT LEAVE. The Great Revival of Pandy Flower Show and Sports took place Thursday, Sept. 13th. A FINE RECORD was created by Mr. John Price, Bridge End Cottage, Llanvihangel Crucorney, who won 9 Prizes—8 Firsts and I Second, Special Prize for Highest Number of Points in Show, also Special Prize for Best Cultivated and Cleaned Garden, in competi- tion with leading seedsmen of the Kingdom, Mr. Price having secured his seeds locally, from Percy R. Fraser, Abergavenny Seed Stores. SEE RFsuTis IN OUR WINDOWS. 80,000 EARLY SPRING CABBAGE PLANTS now waiting for your orders. 1/- per 100. PERCY R. FRASER, The Seedsman, ABERGAVENNY SEED STORES. We Must Produce More Eggs, therefore more Poultry Keepers must use Ovum, Thorley's Poultry Spice. Those who do so are producing the maximum quantity of Eggs; those who don't are limiting the output.—Sold by Jeffreys and Son, Frogmore Corn Stores, Abergavenny. antous. COLISEUM ABERGAVENNY. Telephone, 33. MANAGING DIRECTOR RICHARD DOONER. RESIDENT MANAGER W. H. WALLER. MONDAY, TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY:- A URELE SYDNEY in a Great Mystery DRAMA: "ULTUS" The Three-Button Mystery. One of the Greatest Detective Dramas yet offered. Specially selected and Additional Picture. A Light Drama in Two Reels STEEL HEARTS. Keystone Special; PILLS OF PERIL. In Two Acts. THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY:- Ruffles' Imperial Pictures present the Great DRAMA A WHITE RAVEN. Screened in Five Magnificent Acts. Chapter 8: "THE GIRL AND THE GAME." Farcical Comedies, DOLLARS AND SENSE," also A MOVIE STAR." Presented by the famous Keystone Players. NEXT WEEK—A ROMANCE OF THE RED CROSS. (Special). Doors open at 7.15. Commencing at 7.45 ADULTS ADULTS, I ADULTS, ADULTS J j (Tip np Chairi) I (Tip-np Chairs CHILDREN, I Tel. xxcit. 2d. Children, 4<1. Chi-LDBKN, ad. Sydney Townsend, deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all i creditors and other persons having any claims or demands against the Estate of Sydney Townsend late of Llwynygaer Farm in the parish of Tregare in the County of Monmouth Farmer who died on the 31st day of August 1917 are hereby required to send particulars in writing of their claims or demands to us the undersigned on behalf of the legal personal representatives of the said deceased. Dated this 13th day of September, 1917. GABB & WALFORD, Solicitors, Abergavenny. NOTICE. OWING to the depleting of our staffs through members being called to the Colours, and in view of the lighting restrictions, we have decided to alter the hours of business at our decided to alter the hours of business at our respective establishments. On and after October 1st we shall close as follows Mondays, Tuesdays & Wednesdays, at 6 p.m. < Thursdays, at 1 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, at 8 p.m. We would also remind the public that we close every day, except Tuesdays, from I to 2 p.m., for the dinner hour. The adoption of the above hours will enable the staffs to have a uniform time for meals and will greatly assist us in the carrying on of the businesses. We respectfully solicit the support of the public in this matter. W. BEVAN, Ironmonger, 10 Cross Street, Abergavenny. G. R. BOUNDY, Ironmonger, 22 Frogmore Street, Abergavenny. Abergavenny Technical Instruction Com- mittee. SESSION 1917-18. EVENING CLASSES will be held at HEREFORD ROAD COUNCIL SCHOOL, ABERGAVENNY, as under Preparatory Course for Boys and Girls. For Boys Workshop Drawing and Elemen- tary Science. For Girls Hygiene and Needlework. Tuesday Evenings, commencing 2nd October, 1917, at 7.15 p.m. For Boys and Girls English and Arithmetic Wednesday Evenings, commencing 3rd October, 1917, at 7.15 p.m. Commercial. SHORTHAND (Elementary Stage) Monday Evenings, commencing 1st October, 1917, at 7.15 p.m. BOOKKEEPING (Elementary Stage) Monday Evenings, commencing 1st October, 1917, at 8.30 p.m. SHORTHAND (Advanced Theory and Speed) Wednesday Evenings, commencing 3rd October, 1917, at 7.15 p.m. BOOKKEEPING (Intermediate and Advanced Stages) Wednesday Evenings, com- mencing 3rd October, 1917, at 8.30 p.m. FEES :—Preparatory Course of four subjects— Students under 16 years of age, 1/ Students over 16, 2/6. Commercial subjects, 2/6 per subject. A COURSE OF LECTURES on COOKERY will be delivered by MISS A. A. HOOPER (County Lecturer) at THE DOMESTIC ART CENTRE, MERTHYR ROAD, on MONDAY EVENINGS, commencing 17th September, 1917, at 7 p.m. Fee for the course of 6 Lectures, i/ or 3d per Lecture. For further particulars apply to A. ARTHUR PRICE, Secretary to the Committee.