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Sales by Auction- PKHLDCNARV. BEECHCHOFT," ABERGAVENNY J. STRAKER, SON & CHADWICK, F.A.I., are favoured with irom the Executors of the late Mr. Geore Davies to conduct a Sale of the FORfMTIMlE & EFFECTS AND HOUSEHOLD LINEN On THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3rd. MARXBT HALfc, ABERGAVENNY. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2ïth. 4. STRAKER, SON CHADWICK, F.A.I., are instructed by F. MiHs, Esq., J P:, to r1m< £ tax ccnTe?ence of sale, certain Valuable surplus FURNITURE from Llwyndn Court also the Contents of CHAPEL FARM HOMESTEAD and from another direction FURNITURE froiti Stores, including a Vaiuiblc Shcsi of Silver. Auctioneers' Offices, Abergavenny. PRIMDUNARV. THE ABERGAVENNY ANNUAL PRIZE SHOW & SALE I OP CART COLTS will take place in OCTOBER" NEXT. ¡;; Challenge Cup. Special Prizes. I JJSTRAKER, SON & CHADWICK, Afeergaveimy. PREUMTNARV EWIAS HAROLD ANNUAL SHEEP .SALE will talte place on MONDAY, SEPTEMBER i6tb. r J. STRAKER, SON It CHADWICK, Auctioneers. TUESBAY, SEPTEMBER Ie. if JSTRAKER, SON & CHADWICK will conduct I jointly with IIR. MONTAGUE HARRIS their Animal Sheep Sale far which entries are solicited to enable early t positi4;i.s. catalogue t. be assured. Entries close next Tuesday. PARK VIEW, BLAENAYON. 4. STRAKER, SOli & CHADWICK are instructed I by Mr. A. Evans to remore to the FoRGE HAMMER SALE ROOMS, foi convenience of sale, a portion of his HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE on THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12th. See Sale Posters. ABERGAVENNY & CRICKHOWELL. MONMOUTHSHIRE & BRECOKSHIHE. FREEHOLD RESIDENTIAL, AGRICULTURAL AND SPORTING PROPERTIES. THE CHARMING OUJ- WORLD RESIDENCE tt PL AS," CRICKHOWELL 13 Bed and Dressing Rooms, 3 Reception Rooms, Stabling. Vineries. Well-planned Grounds of about 4} Acres. THE COMPACT PICTURESQUE RESIDENCE SIMNYSIDE," THE MARDY. One mile from Attercav»r.nv. With secluded Grounds and Paddqck cf about 3} Acres. I FODF Vakt" StOCk FOIN with SPORTING RIGHTS, known as GREAT TREREW, PANTYCOLYN, and CEFNDYGLWYD, ia the Parishes of Llantilio Crossennv and Llan- vetherine, Abergavenny. THE VALUABLE FREEHOLD FARM PENYDRE with Commodious and Superior Homestead, fronting the Main Hereford Road, 3 miles out from Abergavenny and adjacent to Llanvihangel G.W.R. Station. THE TWO SMALL FARMS known as TYGROES & MY LA DISS A, Llaabedr, Crick- howeU. AN AREA OF 9* ACRES. J. sirRAKEW, SON & CHADWICK (W. M Chad wick, F.A.I.) have been favoured with in-. structions to offer by Public Auction (subject to Conditions of Sale) at the ANGEL HOTEL, ABERGAVENNY, at Tkree o'clock in the Afternoon, on TUESDAY, 24th SEPTEMBER, 191S. j Sale Plans may be inspected and all informa- tion and Sale Particulars obtained of the Auc- tioneers, Frogmore Chambers, Abergavenny or of the Vendors' Solicitors Messrs, FRERE,- CHOLMONDELKY & Co., Solicitors, Lincolns Inn Fields, W.C.2 W. STAFFORD GUSTARD, BItq., Solicitor, Newport A. P. JAMES, Esq., Solicitor, Windsor Place, Cardiff; T. YAUGHAST, Esq., Solicitor, Crickhowell; Messrs. JEFFREYS and POWELL, Solicitors, Brecon and Messrs. GABB & WALFeRD, Solicitors, Abergavenny. ANNUAL SHEEP SALE, TUESDAY NEXT: NOTICE.-The Auctioneers have made the usual arrangements re Penning and Sale Ring. Will Vendors kindly arrange to have their Entries at the Market not later than 11 a.m. All Sheep for Special Sale must enter through the Gates facing the Black Lion. Toll paid by Auctioneers. Owing to late entries and difficulty in issuing Catalogues under the present Restrictions, NO CATALOGUES will be issued this year. The Sale has been advertised as usual. J. Straker, Son & Cfeatiwick and MMtagueIHarns, Joint Auctioneers. PENTWYN FARM, WALTERSTONE- IMPORTANT SALE of LIVE AND DEAD FARMING STOCK, by instructions from Mr. Arthur Griffiths, who is leaving, THURSDAY, 3rd OCTOBER, 1918. MONTAGUE HARRIS, F.A.I., t Auctioneer. TREWALOED FARM, 1LANTILIO CROSSENNY, MON. 37 Capital HEREFORD CATTLE 212 Cross-bred SHEEP 11 WAGGON HORSES & COLTS Collection of IMPLEMBNSS AKBJ MACHINES 170 Acres GRASS KEEP to 2nd February, 1919 Quantity of POULTRV > which MR. MONTAGUE HARRM, F.A.I., will Sell for fc- Mr. David Williams (who is leaving) on THURSDAY, 12th SEPTEMBER, 1918. Sale at I p.m. sharp. TY eOOKE FARM, GOYTREY, NEAR PONTYPOOL. HIGHLY IMPORTANT SALE OF 54 Capital Dairy & Hereford CATTLE t80 SHEEP 9 HORSES & COLTS Agricultural Implements, &c., which MR. MONTAGUE HARRIS, F.A.I., will Sell as above for Mr. Thomas Whitnev on FRIDAY, 27th SEPTEMBER, 1918. 11 Sales by Auction. CLODOCK, HEREFORDSHIRE. MR. MONTAGUE HARRIS, F.A.I., has been J instructed to Sell by Auction, in October, the Valuable FARMS situate as above õnd known as UPPER and IDDLE' TRE'ERN and LLANDDU Farms. Full details in future advertisements. Vendors' Solicitors MESSRS. IYENS, MORTCN & >IORTON, Kidderminster. WALTERSTONE, HEREFORDSHIRE AND CWMYOY, MON. MR. MONTAGUE HARRIS, F.A.I., has been instructed by P. B. Earneby, Esq to Sell by Auction, in October, the Very VALUABLE FREEHOLD FARMS & LANDS situate as above and known as PENTWYN FARM, ROAD FARM, WALTERSTONE COURT FARMS, Walterstone, and GREAT LLWYGY FARM, Cwmyoy, Mon. Foil details in iutnre advertisements and in particulars of sale and plans which are in course of preparation, and for which application should be made to the Auctioneer, Abergavenny or to JOHN YOXGE, Esq., Solicitor, Worcester. XOYADD FARM, CWMYOY, MON. Highly Attractive Sale of Farming Stock. 406 Capital RADNOR SHEEP, viz. 128 Young Classy Ewes, 148 Young Wethers, 82 Lambs, 6 Ram Lambs, 2 Rams. 18 HEREFORD CATTLE, viz. 7 Cows with Calves, 4 Cows in full milk, 2 two-year-old Heifers in calf, 4 Yearling Heifers, 3 Weaned Calves, 2-year-old Hereford Bull. 4 WAGGON HORSES, viz. Chestnut Horse, 4 years old Chestnnt Horse, 3 years old Two Yearling Cart Fillies. Agricultural Implements, and 109 Acres GRASS KEEP to 2nd February, 1918. WHICH MR. MONTAGUE HARRIS, F.A.I., will Sell for the Executors of Mr. Isaiah Morris, deceased, on MONDAY, 23rd SEPTEMBER, 1918. Sale at I p.m. sharp. LLANGATTOCK LINGOED, MONMOUTH- SHIRE. VALUABLE FREEHOLD FARM FOR SALE. MR. MONTAGUE HARRIS, F.A.I., has been instructed to Sell by Auction in OCTOBER all that VALUABLE FREEHOLD FARM situate as above and known as H END RE FARM, and containing in all an area of 172 Acres (or thereabouts). Plans and Particulars of Sale in due course. Vendor's Solicitors MESSRS. GARDNERS & HEYWOOD, Abergavenny. PENYDRE FARM, LLANVIHANGEL CRUCORNEY. IMPORTANT SALE of LIVE AND DEAD FARMING STOCK, by direction of Mr. Russell J ames, earlv in October. MONTAGUE HARRIS, F.A.I., Auctioneer. MONMOUTH SHEEP SALE. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13th, 1918. THE ANNUAL SALE will be held as above, comprising upwards of 6000 STOCK EWES 500 STORE LAMBS 175 PEDIGREE RAMS & RAM LAMaS Detailed Catalogues may be had from the Auctioneers, RENNIE & JONES, Monmouth, J Chepstow, Coleford, Newport, and U, sk. Mi^eellanecms. Cereals (Feeding Stuffs) Restriction Order. CCUSTOMERS and others requiring Millers' y Offals (Bran and Sharps), Pig Meals, and other Feeding Stuffs must now obtain Priority Certificates for same from the LIVE STOCK COMMISSION, Carmarthen. When obtained, send same to A. J. WIBBERLEY, Corn and Seed Merchant (Approved Agent under the War Agricultural Committee) Abergavenny who will immediately secure the goods named thereon. A. J. WIBBERLEY is a cash buyer oi any quantity oi English Wheat, Oats, Barley, Beans and Peas at full Government prices. SPECIAL MIXED POULTRY CORN at 35/- per cwt., carriage paid, bag included. Address 50 CROSS ST., ABERGAVENNY. Monmouthshire Asylum. TO GROCERS, COAL MERCHANTS, AND LEATHER MERCHANTL THE Committee of Visitors of this Asylum 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. HOUSE COAL, for three or six months from the 1st day of October next. 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 23rd day of September, and superscribed Tender for Coal," 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. Monmouthshire County Council. TO TIMBER MERCHANTS AND OTHERS. TH E MONMOUTHSHIRE SMALL-HOLDINGS AND ALLOTMENTS COMMITTEE invite TJE? NDERS for the undermentioned COPPICE WOOD & TIMBER standing on their Small Holdings in the Monmouth District No. I-On the Little Wonastow Farm and Redhill Farm, Monmouth 206 Oak, 37 Elm, 85 Ash. No. 2—On the Penarth Farm, Llanishen 77 Oak, 9 Ash, 15 Beech, 2 Sycamores, 2 Elm. o. 3—On the Quarry Farm, Penalt 11 Oak, 12 Ash. Xo. 4-011 the Meend Farm, Penalt 124 Oak, 25 Ash, 6 Beech, 16 Sycamores. No. 5—On the Ty Lucas Farm, Llangovan 56 Oak, 20 Ash, 1 Elm, Six Acres of Coppice. No. 6—On the Trecastle Farm, Llangovan 166 Oak, 53 Elm, 67 Ash, 8 Beech. Further particulars and permits to view may be obtained from the Acting County Land Agent, County Hall, Newport, Mon., to whom sealed tenders, endorsed Timber," are to be sent on or before Monday, September 23rd, 1918. The highest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. F. LYNDON COOPER, Clerk of the County Council of County Hall, Monmouthshire. Newport, Mon. Wanted. WANTED, an experienced General. Mrs, Powell, 46 Frogmore-street. GOOD General Wanted, immediately two in family.—Melvin, Brecon-road, Abergavenny. WANTED, Tack for 50 Lambs.—Apply Lane, Gellea, Crickhowell. WANTED, smart General; wages, 9s.— —Steamer Hotel, Fleetwood. WANTED, General two in family plaim cookiug.-Apply, H.T.V., ChloRide" Offiee. GOOD General Servant Wanted.—Apply Mrs. Be van, Silver Grill, Flannel-street. WANTED, Cowman-Gardener.—Apply, Han- bury, Nantoer, nr. Abergavenny. WANTED, for Abergavenny, good General.— Apply Mrs. Davis, Lion Hotel, Gilwern. DISCHARGED SOLDIER wishes to Rent 10 to 20 Acres of Ground, in or near Abergavenny.- N.C.O., Chronicle Office. WANTED, General Servant cormtry girl pre- ferred.—Mrs. Tipton, Half-way House, Taly- coed, Nr. Abergavenny, WANTED to Rent, House wth 3 to 6 acres of land; A bergavenny or Govilon district.— Apply, S.B., Chronicle Office. WANTED, immediately, Bedroom and Sitting- room (unfurnished), with use of Kitchen and Bathroom.—Apply A.B., "Chronicle" Office, WANTED, Soldier's Wife or Widow to share Cottage on Deri-side. Rent free to suitable person.—Apply L, Chronicle Office., GENERAL SERVANT Wanted plain cooking family two good wages references.— Williams, Lyndwood, Cantil-ape-st., Hereford. WANTED, strong General, on or about Sept, 12th.-Apply Mrs. Telford, lidstone, Moi- inoxthrroad. WANTED, General Servant about 18 good I references required.-Appfy Mansfield, Clyne Villa, Abergavenny. WANTED, Abergavenny and district, Super- intendent and Agents for House Purchase Company salary or commission.-Anoly, Agent, Abergavenny Chronicle." WANTED to Purchase, Ladies' and Gentlemen's and Children's Second-bamd Clothing best prices given will call on receipt of post card. —Apply, Mrs. Jackson, 4 Chapel-read, 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, smart young Lady, strong, to assist in Bread baking. Good progressive wages, and business thoroughly taught. Vanboy also wanted.-—Apply India & China Tea Co., Frogmore-street, Abergavenny. To Let. TO LET, Two Unfurnished Rooms.-AT)plv, "A," Chronicle Office. TO LET, suburb Abergavenny, nicely furnished House best locality.—-50, "Chronicle" Office. COMFORTABLE Lodgings, or Furnished Rooms with attendance terms moderate.—Apply 35, Albert-road. — TO LET, Two Rooms on 2nd floor 12 Cross- street also good Warehouse at rear.-Apply J. 0. Marsh, Abergavenny. TO LET, Shop and good Dwelling House, Frog- more-street low rent.—Apply 6 Hereford- Read. ROOMS over Bradleys', Clothiers, Frogmore. street. Lately occupied as Dental Rooms. Suitable for Dental Rooms, Offices, etc. Reasonable rent.—Apply Bradleys. For Sale. ————————— ———— GARDEN BARROWS, Ladders, Carts, Gambos, &c.-Watkins, Wheelwright, Mardy, Mon. FOR SALE, Iron Bath, 5ft. 6in.-Apply Read, Penyworlod Cottages, Abergavenny. FOR SALE, 100 Thraves of good Thatching Straw.—Pentwyn Farm, Govilon. SOME fine examples of Antique Furniture on sale in the Secondhand Department.—Gane Ltd., Commercial Street, Newport. SEVERAL y ounBelgian Hares, Silver Greys, and English; also one pair Belgians, 18 months.—Pitman, Monnt-st., Abergavenny. BEFORE purchasing any so-called bargains, you should visit P. E. Gane's Secondhand Furniture Department, 161-2-3, Commercial Street, Newport. SEVERAL Office Writing Tables, Large Ma- hogany-top Desk, Chairs and Stools.-Gane Ltd., Secondhand Furniture Department, Newport. SECONDHAND Bargains now available include Bedroom Suites, Drawing and Dining Room Suites, Bedsteads, etc.—Gane, Furnisher, Newport. 65-GUINEA New Upright Iron Grand Piano forte for immediate cash sale, 35 guineas.— Nightingale, 3, Stow Hill, Newport. FOR SALE, excellent Lathe also Fretwork Machine.—For particulars apply by letter to B.P., Chronicle Office. THE Challenge Piano at 48 Guineas is ex- cellent value and much under ordinary Hire System charges on the Little by Little Purchasing P)an.-Gane Ltd., House Fur- nishers, Newport. BASIC SLAG.—We can supply to Monmouth- shire Stations on Government terms, 4 tons amd upwards. Apply, stating, quantity, station and delivery month, J. P. Harvey & Co., Ltd., Kidderminster. THE bulk of the Secondhand Furnishings offered is from good class houses refurnished by us. Inspection is solicited, or lists of goods avail- able will be sent on request.—Gane Ltd., Commercial Street, Newport. ILtOst or Strayed. LOST, a month ago, a Radnor Ewe and Lamb pitch mark J.P." on rump.—-J. Pritchard, Ty Cenol Farm, Llanddewi Rhytherch. LOST, about three weeks ago, Two Welsh Ewes. Finder rewarded.—Apply J. A.' Davies, Parsonage, Llanthewy Skirrid. LOST, from Cattle Market, Abergavenny, on Tuesday last, Black-faced Fat Lamb pitch C,.M.-Informatioii to G. Morgan, Court-y- Gollen, Llangrwyney. Miscellaneous. FURNITURE POSSESSING THE ESSENTIALS OF QUALITY = CHEAPNESS STYLE 4 P. E. GANE LTD., 161=2=3 Commercial Street, NEWPORT FOOD GARDENING. A RECORD SUCCESS. J FRASER'S 5EEDS ARE THE BEST." AT the Abergavenny and District Horticultural and Allotments Association C L Flower Show FRASKR'S SEEDS took the following awards 1.—HIGHEST NUMBER OF POINTS IN THE SHOW. 2.-COUNCIL ALLOTMENTS PRIZES. (1st, 2nd and 3rd Prizes for second successive year). Won in competition with seeds purchased from the leading, national seedsmen. Why pay postage when the BEST SEEDS are stocked at FRASER'S ? Pandy Show, Aug. 15-Largest number of Prizes in Show won by Fraser's customer Special Trial Offer for Immediate Sowing. Percy Fraser's Two Shilling Collection. Sufficient Seeds to produce— 281bs. Onions-TRIPOLI. 100 Lettuce-WINTER VARIETY. 100 Bunches of Turnip-GRF-E, N TOP STONE. 100 Head of SPRING CABBAGE 2S BUNCHES EARLY CARROT. I\ ABRGAVENNY SEBD STORES. t "Tl | FROGMORE STREET. I L't | M ABERGAVENNY. j  ????? ALWAYS FRASER'S. I .■ 1 t ■ i Golden Fleece, Abergavenny I The quality and value of our Goods for AUTUMN WEAQ IHD WINTER REQUIREMENTS is the best obtainable. SPECIAL DISPLAYS OF FURS, RAINCOATS, COSTUMES, MILLINERY, JERSEYS, HOSIERY, EIDER DOWNS AND EVERY DESCRIPTION OF WEARING APPAREL AND HOUSEHOLD LINEN. THOMAS & SONS, 59 Cross St., Abergavenny. Zinc & Galvanized I Washing Boards. j Spring Clothes Pegs. Plough Breasts, Shares, &c. 6 D. DAIIUIW 22 FittgmoreSt., G. n I). DUUQVI, Aberpvenny. A GOOD STOCK OF BOLTS & NuTs. 10 REWARD. THE above Reward will be paid to anyone giving information that will lead to the conviction of any person or persons found Trespassing and Damaging Fences and Buildings en oropertv at The Westgate. W. A. LAXE. CHRISTADELPHIAN HALL,! LION STREET, ABERGAVENNY, SUNDAY NEXT, SEPT. 8th, 1918, At 6 o'clock (Please note alteration of time). Speaker: Mr. E. KNIGHT, of Cwmbran. Subject: The Coming of a Great Power among the Nations, its work and the results. COMB AND HEAR AND JUDGE FOR YOVHSILF. SEATS ARE FREE, AND No COLLECTION. j r repaired ? E.%?  J''M.i?. ?-'?& 7 re-covered equal to new Rj-HARRHY <? 6 <J?6XtX?. e it 5-High Street, ■' ,&. fiERC A'v' E N. N Y ml. -r Miscellaneous. -==='=:-==-===-=-=-L -:0' IMPORTANT NOTICE TO FARMERS. THE MINISTRY OF FOOD has made  arrangements for the use as GOVERNMENT AUTHORISED SLAUGHTERHOUSES, of certain Cor- poration and other Slaughterhouses situate in the towns hereinafter mentioned. Farmers and Stock Owners who wish to exercise the option of selling on the Dead Weight Basis may forward their stock to any of the said slaughterhouses. It is desirable that notice should be given to the Government Slaughterhouse Agent by Thursday in each week as to the stock to be brought forward during the next week. Further information may be obtained from the respective Government Slaughterhouse Agents, The Area Supervisor of Slaughtering or, the Area Live Stock Commissioner, Lt.-Colonel F. D. Williams Drummond, Napier House, Carmarthen. Government Authorised Slaughterhouses in Area N'L R- Government Government Town. Agent. Accountant. ABERGAVENNY Mr. T. H. Maxwell, Mr. Plowman, c/o. Town Clerk, Chartered Abergavenny. Accountant, Abergavenny. MONMOVTH Mr. T. Little, Mr. G. B. Adams m. Butcher, Towu Clerk, Monmouth. Monmouth. NEWPORT Mr. W. H. Pinnell, Mr. N. Mosei, Hide & Skin Market, Borough Newport, Mon. Treasurer, Newport, Mon. King Henry Vlllth's Grammar School, Abergavanny. HEADMASTER T. HEADLAND SIFTOX, M.A., late Exhibitioner, St. John's College, Cam- bridge. ) With Staff of Five Assistants. Titition* fee (per term) 11 2s. od. 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. 18th. The Headmaster may be seen by parents at the School on Tuesday, September 17th, from 2.30 to 4.30, or on Wednesday, September 18th, during School hours. Early application for admission to the School is advisable. Forms of application may be ob- tained from the Headmaster, or from FRED BAKER GABB, Clerk to the Governors. Abergavenny County Intermediate School for Girls. 'HEADMISTRESS: MISS HOULISTOX, Xewn- hftm College, -Cambridge, Historical Tripos, Class II. With Seven Permanent Assistant Mistresses. Tuition fee (per term) 41 is. ud. Pupils from a distance lodge at houses ap- proved by the Governors under the supervision of the Headmistress. Next Term commences Wednesday, Sept. 18th. The Headmistress may be seen by parents at the School on Tuesday, September 17th, from 2.30 to 4, and on Wednesday, September 18th from 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. NEVILL HOUSE SCHOOL FOR BOARDERS & DAY PUPILS. NEXT TERM begins oil WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18th. Tuition Fee, £ i is. per term. Music and Dancing (both optional subjects) are extra. For prospectus kindly apply to A. E. RADFORD, MISTRESS. ABERGAVENNY UNION. W ARDSMAID WANTED. THE Guardians of the Abergavenny Union invite applications for the office of Wardsmaid at the Workhouse. Applicants must be single, or widows without children dependent upon them. The salary will be £ 20, with £3 for uniform per annum, and residential accommodation. The duties will be to assist the Matron in the nursing of the sick. and to do night duty every alter- nate fortnight. The appointment will be made subject to the provisions of the Poor Law Officers' Super- annuation Act 1896. Applications, stating age and present occupa- tion, accompanied by copies of three testi- monials of recent date, to be sent to me on or before the 26th day of September ne-xt., Dated this 30th daxof August, 1918. W. H. P. SCANLON, Clerk to the Guardians. Union Offices Monk St., Abergavenny. Abergavenny and District Licensed Victuallers' [Association. CONTROLLED PRICES. AN IMPORTANT ^MEETING will take place t THE SWAN HOTEL on MONDAY, EVENING NEXT, at 7.30, when ALL MEMBERS of The Trade are invited to attend. COLISEUM ABERGAVENNY. Telephone 33. MANAGING DIRECTOR RICHARD DOONER. RESIDENT MANAGES W. H. WALLER, MONDAY, TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY:— MARGUERITE CLARKE, the Peoples Favourite Screen Star, in a SUPER FILM- BAB'S BURGLAR. The Newest Light Comedy Film this famous Star has made. COMEDY: A SEA SERPENT'S DESIRE. Screamingly Funny. Chapter 11 THE FIGHTING TRAIL. PATHE GAZETTE. THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY:— PAULINE FREDRICK in her very latest Screen Drama, full of Love and Adventure THE HUNGRY HEART. The greatest film she has yet made. In Five Beautiful Acts. Chapter II: THE FATAL RING. Comedy: RUINED BY A DUMB WAITER. PATHE GAZETTE. REVISED PRICES: Adults, 5d., 9d. and 1/ Children admitted on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday at half-price (with parents). Children's Matinee on Saturdays. Admission 2d. Doors open at 7. Commence 7.30. Saturday at 6.30 and 8.30 p.m. Matinee: Tuesday and Saturday at 2.30. &'nI;- .u