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Sale", by Auction. I Important Sale of a very Desirable Freehold Residence, Valuable Freehold Farms, I and Accommodation Lands. preliminary advertisement. ] COUNTIES OF BRECON, MONMOUTH AND HEREFORD. Parishes of Lianbedr, Grosmont, Cwmyoy, Llanvihaaget Crucomey, Llantillio Per- tholey, St Michael, CWmdu. JAMES STRAKER, SON, & CHADWICK (W. M. CHADWICK, F.A.I.) have been favoured with instructions to Sell by Public Auction at the ANGKL IIOTXI,, in the month of JULY, on a date to be subsequently announced (subject to conditions of sale to be then produced). ———? Inwiiption. 7 Acœage. _| Tenant. I Annual Hental. Uefcnpuon. _?__?_ That very Desirable FF.E?HOLD 3? Acres -I m-' RESIDE(E k?own as or Vacant pos3'ssion c=u HILL ER?MGE ¡thereabouts be obL?iiied on co-.I standiti- in its owli (;rotiads, abc)tit Pletion standing in its own Grounds, about \1 pletion. 5 minutes' w,'lk from Abergavenny. | — 5 w,?ll- iro-.ri Abergiivenny.'rhe s-j,a-llor of thctwo fields ?3 per annum PJIISII \A -0' (gV -1 v Ci.Ar lxV y • ( is subject to a )e?e of 14 year? /m Der TWO Fields of Accomodation Land ,trdm 2nd February. 1911. The -fl5 Per situate nC2r HIll Grangc. ¡ .Marques" of Aber?vennY is annum I le,-see The uf the two tenants pay- field s is let to Messrs. Hall Bros iiig tithe I upon an annual tenancy. Parish of;Llanb'. dr! ^3 Acres Llewellyn brute £ 25 { All that FP-EEBOLD Fat*m known as or ) LLWYNOM thereabouts j Mr. Evan Parry £ 135 All that FREEHOLD FARM known as or GREAT GOiTRS thereabouts j -—- 154a. ir. op. Mr. Aik-n W Instance £ 7* '« o All that FREEHOLD FARM known as or ¡ "UPPER GOITRE" thereabouts ). Paris iTuf Grotiaont. 219a. ;}r. 28p. Mr. John Lewis £ ,125 All that FREEHOLD FARM kncwn as or "THE fARJ'j" thereabout Parisii Cf Comfiille(i f Mr. Aflcn James Llanfihangvl Crucorr..ey. acreage, All those Two FREEHOLD FARMS 263a. ?r. 27p. • ;\? >  kncw? as or I y .? ,? TREFEDW & C30ESLLWYD" thereabouts I • "5 o> a U.-4P' ? Howard Wat kins t<y the same Parish of -LLun.iho i\„; thole}. Dan-y-bhirrid are All that FREEHOLD FARM known as or erYtSJrllild are GREAT u thereabouts tenant at a: iBclu- i ive rental of £ H4 l 19s. Od. The farms ¡ will be sold separ- ately, and the rent idso applicable to each will be announ- ced prior to or at the sale. T43a. o r 3P- I Mr. Howard Watkins See a b ove Pansh '? Uanliho Pertholey Mr. Howard Watkiiis See above All that FREEHOLD FARM known as or "LITTLE SKIRRID thereabouts II or DAMYS KIRRID l 7 -1-. Parish of i,-windu. 21a. ir. 14P. lx>rd Glanusk £ 31-10-0 Four Freehold Accomm. fidatirn Fields i", or near Tretower thereabouts Further particulars u ith Plans and Conditions of Sale are in the course of preparation and may be obtained of the Auctioneers, at their Office, Frogmore Chambers, Abergavenny; or of MESSRS. GWILYM JAMES, CHARLES & DAVIES, Solicitors, 51-53 High Street, Merthyr Tydfll. LIVE STOCK PURCHASE SCHEME. AS there appears *,0 be some uncertainty upon several points under this Order, I beg to advise ?i y so desixe ) sen d their (1) Vendors may (if ihey so desire) send their Sheep to M.'rk^t on dead weight basis, pro-vided they give notice at time of entry to their Auctioneer that such Sheep are not to be graded. They will then be dealt with in the usual way by the Alloca- tion Committee, and until weights are ascertained the Auctioneer acting as Government Agent will pay Vendor, if desired, on Day of Ssle on account of the estimated value i f same. (2) The per Hcud charges of is. 6d. en graded and 3s. 4tl. a It). on dead weight Sheep, payable by Vendor, likewise the is. per cwt. on Cattle payable by the Butcher, have to be remitted by me to the Govern- Fund and is not Auctioneer's Commission. W. M. CHADWICK, Dep. Chairman, Areas 5 7111). PRELIMINARY. BLACKWOOD. Announcement of Sale, with possession, of all that CHARMING FREEHOLD RESIDENCE together with EXTENSIVE GROUNDS & COTTAGES known as THE WOODBINES which J. STRAKER, SON & CHADWICK, F.A.I., are instructed to submit to Auction at an early date. Auctioneers' Offices A bergavenny. MARKET HALL, CRICKHOWELL. THURSDAY, JULY 4TH. J. STRAKER, SON & CHADWICK are instructed to remove, for convenience of sale, from Llangattock a large quantity of useful HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS including Kitchen Utensils, China and Glass, Reception Room Appointments and Bedroom J Effects. Goods on View Morning of Sale. Sale at 1.30. Auctioneers' Offices Abergavenny and Crickhowell. TREWALOED FARM, LLANTILLIO CROSSENNY. THIS IMPORTANT FARM STOCK SALE, advertised for July, has been POSTPONED to the Middle of September. MONTAGUE HARRIS, F.A.I., Auctioneer. WEDNESDAY, JULY 3RD. LLANGATTOCK JUXTA. 10 minutes' Walk from Penpergwm Station. J. STRAKER, SON & CHADWICK are instructed by Mr. James WaLkius,, who is retiring from business, to Sell bv Auction his OUTDOOR EFFECTS, SMART COB, AND MOWING GRASS including Tools, Hay Knife, Heel Rake, Wheel- barrow, Endless Chain, Old lion, Ladders, Corn Bin, Oil Tanks, Casks, Two Water Barrows, Chafieutter, Waggon Ropes, Cattle Crib on wheels with iron rooi. Double-reined Bridle, Gent's Saddle, Reins, Two Sets of Harness, Waggon, Spring- Cart, Capital Dog Cart with rubber tyres, 40-gal. Water Tank, and numerous other effects. Also A SMART BLACK COB, 14.2 hds., reliable and free from vice together with the MOWING GRASS of 4 Acres, to be cleared by the 31st of July next. Sale at 3 o'clock. Auctioneers' Offices Abergavenny. LONGXOWN. FARISH OF CLODOCK. AT AN EARLY DATE, the FREEHOLD PROPERTY called UPPER PONTHENDRE, with suitable House and Buildings and about 21 Acres Capital Land. Details hereafter. Vendor's Solicitors MESSRS. GABB & WALFORD, Abergavenny. POSTING YARD, BRYNMAWR. Sale of Fostir-g Master's Stoek-in-Trade by instructions from Mr. Frank Thomls, who is joining H.M. Forces. I j 5 HORSES Black Horse, Taff," 15.2, aged j Black Horse, Major," 15.2, aged; Tom," 15 0, aged Black Mare, Queenie," 14.3, ) 8 years old Bay Cob, Charlie," 14.2, aged. CARRIAGES: Two Hearses (Marsden, Bir- mingham), Two Landaus, Brougham, Wag- gonette, 4-Wheel Dog-Cart 2 Brakes, to hold 12 and 10 2 Commercial Luggage Carts. HARNESS Five Sets Double Harness, 5 Sets Single Harness, Lamps, Collars, Rugs, Loin I Cloths, Sheets, Brashes, Buckets, Chafl-cntter, &c &c., which MR. MONTAGUE HARRIS, F.A.I., will Sell es above, on THURSDAY, 27th JUNE, 1918. Sale to commence at 1.30 sharp. Auctioneer's Omces Lion Street Chambers, I Abergavenny. I GOVILON, MON. AT AN EARLY DATE, the VALUABLE FREEHOLD HOLDING known as HOEL-Y- BWLA, situate as above. Details hereafter. Vendor's Solicitors MESSRS. GABB & W AI.,FORD, Abergavenny. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. SALE OF ALL THAT FREEHOLD BARN with the OUTBUILDINGS and SEVERAL PARCELS OF PASTURE LAND, area 9 Acres 2 Roods 29 Perches, known as THE LITTLE PLACE," situate in the Parish of LLANELLEN, near Abergavenny, now in the occupation of Mr. John Jenkins at an annual rental of in 10s. od. tenant paying rates and taxes. The Tithes are redeemed. MESSRS. PITTEN (F.A.I.) & SONS have received instructions to offer the above for Sale by Public Auction at the CROWN HOTEL, PONTYPOOL, On MONDAY, the 22nd day of JULY, 1918. Further particulars will appear in later ad- vertisements, or may be obtained from the Auctioneers, Club Chambers, Pontypool or from MR. O. T. PRICE, Solicitor, Newent, Gloucestershire. Under Instructions from the Right Hon. the Lord Glanusk. BRECONSHIRE. (Near to the Town of Brecon, in the Usk Valley, and in closa-proximity to Tal-y-llyn and Talybont Stations). Valuable Freehold Agricultural Estates known as THE PETERSTONE COURT & TREBINSHUN ESTATES, A. R. P. 2,500 0 0 (or thereabouts).. MESSRS. STEPHENSON & ALEXANDER, F.A.I. are instructed to Sell by Auction, at the CASTLE HOTEL, BRECON, on FRIDAY, JULY 5th, 1918, at 1.30 o'clock in the Afternoon, the above FREEHOLD ESTAtES, which, for the purposes of Sale, will be divided into Lots, and comprise the Farms and Land known as :—- Acres. Acres. Manest Court, 318 Brynllici. 243 Greenway & Slade 324 Trebinshun 205 Dolymaes. 315 Middle Wood 197 Penkelly Court 148 Millbrook 99 Tynewydd 130 Highgrove. 190 Also numerous SMAI,L HOLDINGS, COT- TAGES, and GARDENS, LICENSED PREM- ISES, CORN and GRIST MILLS, &c. The various Properties are situate within short distances from the Market Town of Brecon, are in excqjflent repair, are well farmed, and comprise some oi the best Holdings in the County of Brecon. All are well watered, and are in close proximity to Talybont and Tal-y-llyn Stations (Brecon and Merthyr Railway). Plans, Particulars, and Conditions of Sale may be obtained upon application to Messrs. Lee and Pembertons, Solicitors, 44, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, W.C. J. H. Pnrmedge, Esq., Glanusk Estate Office, Crickhowell, Breconshire; or to the Auctioneers, 5, High-street, Cardiff. Wanted. GOOD GENERAL Wanted, at once.—Apply Miss Matthews, Angel Hotel. ) RELIABLE Chauffeur Wanted. — Apply, Manageress, Angel Hotel. WANTED, good strong Girl.—Rackham, (l- wern Mills. WANTED, Daily Work, in Private House or Shop live out.—Apply, Mrs. Price, No. 50, Castle-street. WANTED, a Governess Car, suitable for a Donkey price must be reasonable.—A.W., Chronicle Office. ORGANIST Required, Frogmore Street Baptist Church.—For particulars of salary, etc., apply F. J. Mansfield, Clyne Villa, -Chapel-road. WANTED, General able to do plain cooking three in family comfortable home —Mrs. Lyons, Rother House. SMITH Wanted used to general repairs and wheelwright work.—Apply, Robert Wynii & Sons, Haulage Contractors, Newport, Mon. WANTED, convenient House, for family of four; few minutes' walk from town. Rent, £ -5— £ 5°■—Apply, B., Chronicle Office. WANTED, You to Spend 1/- now for a Supply of Fresh Vegetables from September till March on Fraser's Vegetable Plants; I per 100. WANTED to Rent a House 3 Reception, 4 Bedrooms; usual offices, good garden henlthy position.—State rent, &c., Z., Chronicle Office. WANTED, for August, near Abergavenny. Furnished House with four bedrooms, etc., and tennis lawn.—j. E. Wcollcy, Supervisor Food Production Dept., Pontypool. TIMBER TRADE-—Wanted, One or Two active Men for tushing and general work used to horses; ineligible.—J. Harrison, Moreton, Abergavenny. WANTED, Traction Engine Driver for Timber Hauling and General Work top wages to good man.—Robert Wynn & Sons, Haulage Contractors, Newport, Mon. WANTED, Experienced Hands and Improvers to the Dressmaking also Apprentices wages to start.—Mrs. Lyons, Rother House, Aber- gavenny. WANTED, strong Cob, 14-15 hanQ's, for driving and working on land. Also four-wheeled Trolley, carry 15cwt. Capt. Whitehead, Goytre Hall, Abergavenny. WANTED to Purchase, Ladies' and Gentlemen's and Children's Second-hand Clothing best prices given will call on receipt of post card. —Apply, Mrs. Jackson, 4 Chapel-road, Aber- gavenny. WANTED, immediately, experienced Coat and Bodice hands in Dressmaking Department. Also Apprentices in Drapery Establishment.— Apply, Thomas & Sons, Golden Fleece, Cross- street, Abergavenny. ——————————————————————————————— WANTED to Purchase, Small Farm of about 20 Acres good house about 5 bedrooms, good water supply, suitable outbuildings near village and station. —Apply, D.G., "Chronicle' Office. WANTED, some Rough Shooting also Oak Dresser, Oak Chest, Pannel-back Settle, and Chairs, 3-corner Ork or Mahogany Cupboard, and Bureaux and Oi k Tables, or any pieces of Oak Furniture.—Write all particulars to James, Chronicle Office, Abergavenny. To IF-jet. FURNISHED HOUSE, July, August, Septem- ber garden, plate, linen 31 guineas weekly. Apply, T., Chronicle Office. TO LET, Furnished, Kildare, Hereford-road, for six or eight weeks, from the middle of July.—Apply, Mrs. Camden, Kildare. TO LET, Sitting Room and Bedroom, for a lady or gentleman with attendance. Terms moderate.—Apply to A.B.C., "Chronicle" Office. For Sale. FOR SALE, Aged Horse suit greengrocer or milkcart.—Apply, Embrcy, Cadvor, Govilon. GARDEN BARROWS, Ladders, Carts, Gambos, &c.-Watkins, Wheelwright, Mardy, Mon. 65-GUINEA New Upright Iron Grand Piano- forte for immediate cash sale, 35 guineas.- Nightingale, 3, Stow Hill, Newport. ALLOTMENT HOLDERS and Gardeners can wonderfully increase their crops bv top dressing with Horticultural RITO.—Sold by Percy R. Fraser, Abergavenny Seedsman. THE "STAR" VACUUM CLEANER over- comes the difficulty of being without a maid. Simple, easy, and efficient. Price, 36s.- Howard Davies & Co., House Furnishers, &c. HORNSBY'S BINDER, 5ft., for Sale just overhauled in good working order price, 35 guineas.—Apply, J. Jones, Ironmonger, Crickhowell. 1,000,000 PLANTS Early Cauliflower, Brussels Sprouts, Savoys, Broccoli, Sprouting Broccoli, Curled Greens, Cabbage, Leeks 1/- perioo.- Percy Fraser, The Abergavenny Seed Stores. TO BE SOLD by Private Treaty, Capital Building Site, containing an area of one acre, now bringing in gocd rent as garden, in an ideal position in this favourite residential town.—Pull details on application to Montague Harris, Estate Agent, Abergavenny. Lost or Strayed. STRAYED to Tyrgwent, Llantillio Pertholey, in November, Welsh Yearling Wether spittle mark under right ear, crop the left and punch mark. The owner can have the same by paying expenses.— Joseph Pembridge. LOST from Penyworlod, Llanfoist, Black-faced Radnor Yearling Wether mark on left ear, straight crop with three cut notch over right ear, sloped crop with thumb notch under.— Information to Grenow, Pentwyn, Govilon. STRAYED in evening time from Sayce, Pool, Grosmont, Black-faced Ewe and Lamb crop the right and nostril mark. Anyone detaining same after this notice will be prosecuted. Miscellaneous. _u_- +- PLANTS. ALL SUTTONS' SELECTED SEEDS. SAVOY (early and late) BROCCOLI BRUSSELS SPROUTS CAULIFLOWER SPROUTING KALB CELERY (Pink & White) A. P. ROGERS, Red Barn, Abeigav my. I Miscellaneous. Golden Fleece, Abergavenny. i SUMMER DtSPLAY IN ALL 1 SUMMER DISPLAY IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. I! The two things that matter to-day are Price and Quality, therefore TAKE ADVANTAGE NOW of the BEST VALUE obtainable in I Millinery, Costumes, Blouses, Jerseys, I Hosiery, Ladies' & Children's Clothing I of all descriptions. Household Linen, &c. THOMAS & SONS, 59 Cross Street, Abergavenny. I PLANTS! PLANTS!! PLANTS! BUY direct from the 1argest grower in Abergavenny. Sturdy Outdoor-Grown Cauliflower, JD Brussels Sprouts, Savoy and Cabbage now ready. TOMATOES 1 TOMATOES )! TOMA- TOES !Carter's Suurise, Kondine Red, Bide's Recruit. Now is the time to plant. One 3d. plant grown outside can produce lOlbs. of fruit worth 1/- per lb. in AuOTst. Aatf -<, Stocks, Petunias, Marigolds, Sweet Scabious, Coreoposis a-ri at 6d. per. dozen. f??J?ijM? t\? ?jgjgRQ???? SBED STORES, j Aij H #A V T?l ?? FROGMORE STREET. —| ?W?? a.s. ? L'f r'! r?!/?? ? ABERGAVENN'Y. -? J ?.PLORtST AM?/? ^•j EEDSMAhj^ pager's always ? Always Fraser's ??M?? Get in Touch with us. I We can supply you with all your requirements in Footwear  O and \M? Clothing. POWELL & SON, Frogmore Street, The Complete Ladies', Gent's & Children's Outfitters. Monmouthshire Agricultural Executive Committee. URGENT. To Farmers, Market and Other Gardeners, Farm Hands of All Glasses, Agricultural Blacksmiths, Wheelwrights, Harness Makers and Repairers, Repairers of Agricultural, Implements and Threshing Machines, Drivers and Mechanics Employed in Connection Therewith, Wholesale and Retail Food Seed Experts, Men Engaged in Kindred Occupations to Agriculture, &c., &c. LIABILITY FOR MILITARY SERVICE. BY the KIUTARY SERVICE (AGRICULTURAL EXEKITIONS) ORDER, 1918, dated May 28th, 1918, ALL CERTIFICATES OF EX- EMPTION granted wholly or partly on occupa- tional grounds by a Tribunal to men who were on the 28th May, 1918, engaged as their prin- cipal and usual occupation in any of the above mentioned or kindred occupations are WITH- DRAWN as from the nth June, 1918. VOUCHERS previously granted by the County Agricultural Committee are NOT with- drawn EXCEPT 1. Those which were held by men 19 years to 23 years of age and Grade i and dealt with under the Proclamation of '2oth April, 1918. 2. Any other man who has been or will be released by the Executive Committee to form part of the quota for the Comity, or for substitution. ALL APPLICATIONS by or in respect of a man decertified by this Order for the grant of an Agricultural Voucher, which will be the ONLY PROTECTION on occupational grounds from Military Service, must be addressed WITHOUT DELAY to :— THE SECRETARY, Monmouthshire Agricultural Executive Committee, 24, Bridge Street, Newport, Mon. MEN of the new Military age, 41 to 51 years of age, who are engaged in Agriculture or kindred occupations should, if called for examination, comply with this request and, if desired, must lodge an Appeal with their local Tribunal within four days of their examination and also com- municate immediately with the Agricultural Executive Committee. J. RICE JONES, Secretary. 24, Bridge Street, Newport, Mon., June 18th, 1918. 7/6 PER ION. RED, White, or Ox Cabbage Brussels _L\; Sprouts, Savoy, Cauliflower, Broccoli and Sprouting Broccoli. Delivered free, in lots of 1000. Can mix them as desired. BAILEY, Lfanvapley Court, Abergavenny. CEFN COTTAGE GARDENING SCHOOLlFOR WOMEN, OLD MONMOUTH ROAD (Abergavenny" I £ Miles) will open about March 15th, for the reception of Resident Pupils. Out Pupils also taken. For terms, &c., apply Superintendent, Miss C. G. DAVIES, at above address. E. A. PEAKE, FLORAL HALL, CROSS ST., FOR Wreaths, Crosses, Chaplets, Anchors, or any design. Bridal Shower. Opera Presentations, and other Bouquets artistically made up of the choicest flowers in season at the shortest notice. New and Reliable Seeds have stood the test for over 30 years. Estimates given for Table, Church De- corations, Weddinr Parties &c. FOR PURE HOME BREWED ALES AND STOUT, WINES AND SPIRITS -TRY- THOMAS DELAFIELD, KINGS ARMS, ABERGAVENNY. I PERSHORE CO-OP. FRUIT MARKET, LTD., PERSHORE, Worcs. WE HOLD SPECIAL SALES OF EGGS. EVERY THURSDAY; BOXES SUPPLIED. C ARNOLD CRAPP, Manager. ABERGAVENNY CASTLE. BE it known that J. H. HINTON has taken charge of Abergavenny Castle, Refreshment Rooms & Crounds and will make every effort to cater for I visitors in a thoroughly satisfactory manner. Patrons of Refreshment Rooms may rely upon absolute cleanliness, civility and the best value that can be secured subject to Food Control Regu- lations. Schools, Choirs, Clubs, Committees, and similar Parties can be accommoda- ted by arrangement. ^——i———mmmmmmmma————— ■ unrn-n 'i m Miscellaneous. -:=- -cc- -,=ccc'-c=:==-==.. P. E. GANE, L Id. House Furnishers, I6I = 2«3 Commercial Street, NEWPORT. Furniture 111 Carpets Fabrics I I I Decoration J 1 I Characterised by Distinctive Style. ill Moderate Price. in Unimpeach- able Quality. I I I P. E. GANE, L td- House Furnishers, 161-2=3 Commercial Street, NEWPORT. COLISEUM ABERGAVENNY. Telephone, 33. MAWACMNe DIRKCTOU HP-HARD DOONEB. fLstiiDENT MANAGKK W H. WALLER. Doors open at 7. Commence 7.30. Saturday at 6.30 alJd 8.30 p.m. Matinee Tuesday and Saturday at 2.30. MONpAY, TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY FAMOUS PLAYERS present GEORGE M. COHAN in BROADWAY JONES A very Brilliant Light Comedy Drama in 5 parts. COMEDY: FALSE TO A FINISH. Ambassador J. W. Gerard presents the 3rd instalment of MY FOUR YEARS IN GERMANY Additional 2-Act Drama, full of Love and Adventure THE VULTURE OF THE LAW. PATHE GAZETTE. THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY BILLIE BURKE in a Super Production THE MYSTERIOUS MISS TERRY III l'ive Acts. Chapter 15 THE SECRET KINGDOM. Grand Finale. COMEDY: HIS DISGUISED PASSION. PATHE GAZETTE. NUXT WEEK THE FIGHTING TRAIL. Super Serial. ADULTS 4-d.. AUULTS, I (Tip np Chair I Set. AIDULTS, (Tip-np Chairs J. Children 4d. and 8d. on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday Nights snot Monday and Thursdayj with Adults only. CRRISTADELPHIAN HALL, LION STBKKT aBURGAVENNY, SUNDAY NEXT, JUNE 23rd, 1918. At 6 o'clock (Pleaae note a te, a. tion of time). Biibj, cL: The True Conversion -OK— Wliat Must I Do to be 8aved ? Come and he.-br and judge for yourself. Seats are free, and DO collection. I