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1 Sales by Auction. LONG HOUSE FARM, PENRHOS. Six miles from Abergavenny. FRIDAY NOVEMBER 15th, 1918. J. STRAKER, SON & CHAD-WIOK, F.A.I., will Sell by Auction, for the Trustee of Mr. S. Smith, the Live & Dead Fanning Steck together with the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Viz. 11 Cross-fcrtd CATTLE viz. Useful Young Shorthorn Cow (to calve February), 4 Very Fresh 2-year-old Steers and Heifers, 5 Strong Calves. SgCross-bred EWES" LAMBS A Ustfal Cob Mare and 3 COlts: Bay Cob Mare, I4.2hds., in foal, fast and a reliable worker her Filly Colt, Smart Thick-set 2-year-old Mare, 2-year-old Horse Colt. 2SSTROKG STORE PIGS, 6»STORE GEESE (good laying strain) 10 TONS oP HAY (subject to permit) ABOUT 8 ACRES or Grass KEEP at Sysborlan up to Pebruary ist, 1919. The AgrieuHBfal Imptcmeots include Old Iron, Tools, Cider Casks, 4 Galvanized Sheep- Troughs, 60-gaBdn Galvanized Tank, 3-division Galvanized Bin, Two ladders, Wheelbarrow, Excellent Spriag Cart, Cart Gears, Harness, Hay Knives, Cider Hairs, Nearly New Portable Fowl-house, Harrows, Chafifutter, Troughs, Barrel Chora, &c., &c. THE FUR..uRE, &e. Sale at 12 noon sharp. Terms, Cach Auctioneers' Offwes Abergavenny, Crick- howell and Ewjas Hareld. PREUMXNAXY. AN IMPORTANT SALE OF Freehold Agrfarttural Properties will take place at an eaxly date, unless disposed of by Private Treaty. i. STRAKER, SON & CHADWICK. Auctioneers & Estate Agents. PONTHRVS POWELL FARM, CWMYQY. 15 Capital HEREFORD CATTLE 15 ImKdved RADNOR SHEEP 5 HORSES & COLTS 3 Strong Pigs, Quantity of Poultry, Quantity of SWEDES and MANGOLDS, and 60 ACRES GRASS KEEP to Christmas, 1918. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, HOUSE- HOLD PURNMRX & DAIRY UTENSILS which MR. HONTAftUE HARRIS, F.A" will Sell for the Executors of Mr. John Davies, deceased, on THURSDAY, 14th NOVEMBER, 1918, at i. p.m. sharp. GItDA" *,LWYGY FARM, CWMYOY. MR. MONTAGUE HARRIS, F.A.L, will Sell for E- Mr. Wm. Evans, at PCTNTAVS POWELL FARM, after Sale of Effects of late Mff. John Davies, about 7* Acres of Capital GRASS KEEP at Great Llwygy, in suitable lots. NEWPORT, MON. TO AGRICULTURISTS. IMPORTANT SALE OF PLOUGHING TRACTORS AND PLOUGHS. MESSRS. NEWLAND, HUNT, & WILLIAMS kave received instructions from the SURPLUS 30VFJUQUCNT PRGFBRTV DISPOSAL BOARD to Offer fox Sale by Auction, in the NEWPORT CATTLE MARKET, on WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13th, 1918, 14 BURFORD TRACTORS, 10/20 H.P. 1t Two, Tbree, and Four Farrow PLOUGHS, By Walter Stevens, Overtime, and Case. I The Tractors and Ploughs will be on View in the Cattlfc Market on the Day Prior to the Sale. Sale at he o'clock. Further Particulars may be obtained from the Auctioneers, Newport and Usk. FORGE £ OW, GILWERN. SALE of IMPLEMENTS, TRAP, HARNESS and other Effects, for Mr. James Hatton (who is leaving), on WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER i?th, 191B. Sale at 2 m. prompt. ARTHUR ?. THOMAS, Auctioneer. —.■ fm' ——• :—- -=Jt :—j.1 ""T Miscellaneous. -==: -==-==-===: WILL any kind Lady adopt Baby Girl, 8 weeks old, as her own.-A-Fo, Chronicle Office. Y. AL C.A. Y. M C A \VKV TM should be very grateful to anyone who W would kindly lend a Piano for the use of the Wounded Soldiers at the Y.M.C.A. Special care will be takes of it. Also Gifts in Kind for Teas provided for tbem every afternoon. A JUMBLE SALE in aid of the BRITISH FARMERS' RED CROSS and the Y M.C.A. Funds will be held at CRICH HOWELL On THURSDAY, NOVEMBER Mth. Sale to be 'opened at 12 o'clock nooa by JAMES EDWARDS, ESQ. GRAND CONCERT to be held in the Evening. J Chairman J. H. FURMEDGE, Esq., J.P. Town Hall, Abergavenny THURSDAY, 21 St NOVEMBER, 1918. Amateur Dramatic Performances i "THE DEAR DEPARTED." COMEDY in One Act, by STANLEY HOUGHTON. Mrs. Slater < sisters Mrs. F. R. Hobbes Mrs. Jordan ) Mrs. Htyd Gardner Henry Slater ( their ) Mr. F. R. Hobbes Ben Jordan husbands f Mr. W. M. Chadwick Victoria Slater (a girl of 16) Mrs. Jack Thomas Abel Men-yweather Mr. Iltyd Gardner "THE BATHROOM DOOR." FARCE in One Act, by GERTRUDE JENNINGS, The Young Man Mr. F. R. Hobbes The Young Lady • • Mrs. F. R. Hobbes The Elderly Gentleman Mr. R. P. A. Pitt The Elderly Lady Mrs. R. P. A. Pitt The Prima Donna Mrs. Jack Thomas The Boots Mr. F. E. W. Facey PLAYGOERS." A DOMESTIC EPISODE, by ARTHUR PINERO. The Master Mr. F. R. Hobbes The Mistress Xre, F. R. Hobbes The Cook Mrs. Iltyd Gardner The Kitchenmaid Mrs. R. P. A. Pitt The Parlourmaid Mrs. Jack Thomas The Housemaid. Mrs. Merton Jones The Useful Maid •. Mrs. R. Townsend The Odd Man Mr. R. P. A. Pitt MR C. f. BUSHER has kindly consented to provide an ORCHESTRA. Doors open 7.30 p.m. Commence at 8 p.m. TICKETS: Balcony (reserved), 3/ Front Seats (reserved), 2/ other Seats, 1/3. These prices include tax. Proceeds in aid of the Funds of Holy Trinity chumb, Wanted. MAN to help in Warehouse.—Morgan & Evans, The Supply Stores, Abergavenny. WANTED, capable General; good wages- Apply Marsh, St. Ronan's, Abergavenny. WANTED, General Servant; good references.— Apply Lewis, Welcome Caf6, Abergavenny. WANTED, at once, young Housemaid.—Mrs. C. Davis, Highfield, Belmont-road. WANTED, respe'ctable Day Girl, to ascist with children.—Mrs. Trevor Jones, Bryn Usk. WANTED, at once, clean respectable Day Girl.! —Apply Carfax, Holywell-road. WANTED, young Lady Apprentice.—Paul & Co., Fancy Drapers, 34 Frog more-street. WANTED, respectable young Girl for Wool Shop.—M. F. Harris, 22 Cross-street. WANTED, capable General; must be strong; wages, £ 24.—Y.Z., Chronicle Otice. GROCERY.—Wanted, Smart Boy as Ap- prentice out.- J ames Isaac, Crickhowell. EXPERIENCED General small family help given. -Mrs. Phillips, Gwernllwyn Behaf, Dowlais. WANTED, good General; three ia family.- Mrs. Cyril Pryer, 89 Plasturtma Avenue, Cardiff. WANTED, Furnished House; four or five bedrooms, two or three sitting rooms.—Dr. Beckton, Chronicle Ofiee. WANTED, Cowman, able to milk; good bowse and garden close to work.—A. Lewis, Prisk, Crickhowell. REQUIRED by Lady engaged all day, Board Residence ia good locality.—Enquire by letter only, A.A Chronicle Office WANTED, respectable Woman to take charge of house.—Williams, 66 Tynypwl-road, Whit- church, Nr. Cardiff. WANTED, near Govilon or Gilwern, Cottage with garden.—Apply by letter to C," Chronicle Office. WANTED, a Man to Drask Hedges and Cleam Ditches.-R. B. Pritehard, Bryn Caen, Pex- pergwm. HOUSE Wanted, Ut- or very near to Aberga- venmy. Rent about J.R., Chronicle Office. WANTED, Gemeral; family three plenty liberty, easy place. Wages, L20. Pare paid. —The Bungalow, St. Julian's Park, Newport. MOLESKINS, Rabbits, &c., Wanted. Highest prices by return.-W. G. Stanford, 53B, Aldersgate Street, London, E.C.i. ELDERLY MAN wishes few hoars' employ- ment daily in Crickhowell.-Apply Box J, Abergavenny Chronicle." MOLESKINS, Rabbits, Feathers, Horsehair, etc., Wanted.—Send tot pricee, H. Stuart & Co., Albion Buildings, Aldersgate Street, London, E.C. i. WANTED to Purchase, Ladies' and Gentlemen's and Children's Second-hand Clothing best prices given will call em 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. To Let. TO LET, Two Unfurnished Rooms or Bed-sitting Room.—E C.I., Chronicle Office. FURNISHED HOUSE to Let in HolyweU-road two reception, three or four bedrooms.— Apply H.D., Chronicle Office. TO LET, Shop and good Dwelling House, Frog- more-street low rent.—Apply 6 Hereford- Road. TO BE LET, from Christmas next, a Small Farm of rich pasture land, about nine acres, with House and Buildings, in the pariah of Llan- ellen, near Abergavenny.—Apply J. PrieeJ Village Farm, Mitchel Troy, Monmouth. Lost or Strayed. STRAYED to Rheld Farm, Crickhowell, Black- faced Wether Lamb, beginning of August.- Owner -can have same on payment of expenses. -munkley, | ■ For Sale. GARDEN BARROWS, Ladders, Carts, Gambos, Sic.—Watkins, Wheelwright, Mardy, Mon. FOR SALE, Ford Car, in capital running order, recently overhauled.-Montague Harris, Aber- gavenny. P.E. GANE LTD., 161-2-3 Commercial Street, Newport, Mon., have a Second-hand Depart- ment well worth a visit of inspection. GENUINE ANTIQUES of merit now in stock- Chairs, Chests, Screens, Gent's Wardrobe, etc. -Gane Ltd., Furnishers, Newport. FOR SALE, 5 Pure-bred Light Sussex Cockerels, 7 months old 15s. each.—Mrs. Domvile, Pentre Cottage, Abergavenny. FOR SALE, Black and White Dog Spaniel six months old.—F. Trevor Jones, Bryn Uak. MAGNIFICENT 7ft. Brown Oak Sideboard- would cost to make at least £ 150—for £ 55.— Gane Ltd. ANTIQUE Rosewood Dwarf Bookcase, 8ft: long, Z5, and many other second-hand bar- gains.—Gane Ltd., Furnishers, Newport. FINE 6ft. Walnut Bedroom Suite with large Pedestal Toilet Tables and finely carved. To-day's cost, £160. Our price, £76 10s. od.— Gane Ltd., Commercial Street, Newport. FOR SALE, Squareheads Master Seed Wheat 99% germination direct from Lincolnshire last year.—S. Bayliss, Upper Wiiitecastle Farm, Llantilio Crossennv, nr. Abergavenny FOR SALE, Two Shire Geldings honest good workers, free from vice, and sound open to vet's inspection price, 450 guineas.—Apply, Home Farm, Glanusk, Crickhowell. FOR SALE, on Brecon Road, House, containing 5 Bedrooms and Boxroom, 2 Reception Rooms, Kitchen, Scullery, Cellar and other offices. Also Coachhouse, Stable and good Garden adjoining.—Apply Bridge House. Brecon Road. THE CHALLENGE PIANO at 48 guineaf is excellent value and much under ordinary Hire System charges o. the Little by Little Purchasing Plan.-Gane Ltdv House Fur- nishers, Newport For Sale. BASIC SLAG.—We can supply to Monmouth- shire Stations, 011 Government terms, 4 tons and upwards. — Apply, stating .quantity, statiom and delivery month.— J. P. Harvey & Co., Ltd., Kidderminster. pr' ? EGGS a week with Karswood Spice. 4: Then 18 eggs a week without it. Then back again to 54 eggs a week with Karswood, was the experience of a poultry-keeper last whiter. Moral: Never leave Karswood off. Packets :ztd., 7. 1/3.—A. J. Wibberley, Corn Merchant, Lion Street, and 50, Croee- street, Abergavenny. RATS, MICE, MOLES, COCKROACHES t _JL\, and BEETLES greedily eat Harrison's Reliable Rat Poison. Cats and Dogs will mot touch it. Vermin dry 111> and leave no smell. Prioe 6d., is., as. 3d. and 3s. &1.; postage 2d.— G. W. Harrison, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agent for Abergavenny H. Shackle- ton, Chemist, 9, Cross-street. Brynimawr A. M. Jones, Chemiist, 74 King street. Crickhowell Kirkland. GREY HAIR permanently and speedily re- stored to its original colour by rising Harrison's Hair Colour Restorer. It is not a dye, but by natural means acts as a restorative. Contains nothing injurious, and is beneficial to the glowth and beauty of tke Hair. In bottles, price 16. 6d 6d. extra). Manu- ya rcl of G. W. Harrison, Hair Specialist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agent fpr Abergavenny H. Shackleton, Chemist, 9, CroM Street; BryMnawr A. M. Jones, Chemist, 14 King Street. Miscellaneous. AbergaveNoy Union. PAYMENT OF CLAIMS. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all claims for the past Quarter which have been passed by the Finance Committee, will be paid at the Union Offices, Monk Street, Aber- gavenny, on Monday next, the nth ihst., at from 10 to it o'clock a.m., and all persons having claims are requested to apply for payment of the same during the hour named. Dated 8tb November, 1918. W. H. P. SCANLON, Clerk to the Guardians. FREE LIBRARY. AN Order having been received from the APnel %nd Light Controller to reduce the consumption of Gas by 25 per cent., it is neces- sary to further curtail the hours of opening. Notice is therefore hereby given that ea and after Monday next, the 11th inst, the Library j will he closed at 8.30 p. m. By Order. EDWARD H. RESTAI.1,, Borough Librarian. 7th November, 1918. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. SPECIAL SERVICES NEXT SUNDAY. Morning Evening 6.30. Preacher REV. WATCYN PRICE, Paady. COLISEUM ABERGAVENNY. Telephone S3. j MANAGING DIBKCTOB RICHARD DOOHER. RESMENT MANJ.GEtt: W. H. WAIALPU. MONDAY, TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY WHAIAM Pox presents a Very Fine Super- Production in 8 Beantiful Acts: THE CONQUEROR Featuring the Famous Screen Favorurite WILLIAM FARNHAM. A Real Picture Treat Comedy FATTV ASBUCKLE ha "OH i DOCTOR." CHAPTER 4 II THE SEYEN PEARLS." PATHE FRERES. THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY:— Wtt,UAM Fox Super Film CAMILLE f The Greatest of All Fox Films. Featuring THEDA BARA. An 8-Act Masterpiece. GRAND FINALE: "THE FATAL RING." COMEDY: FIRST AID. NEXT WEEK.—Opening Chapters of THE FURTHER EXPLOITS OF JUDEX." t NOTICE.-ghildru under the age of 14 will sot be adnitted until further notice. REVISED PRICES: Adults, 5d.; 94. 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. Church of the Most Holy Trinity, Abergavenny. 78th Anniversary of Consecration Sunday Next, November 10th. SERVICES Holy Eucharist', 7 and 8 a.m. Matins with Sermon, ii.a.m. Children's Service, 3 p m. Choral Evensong with Sermon, 6.30 p.m. PREACHER: REV. L. D. RICHARDS, M.A., Rector of Llanddewi Skirrid. J. R. PHILIPS, Vicar. THE POSTPONED CONOERT at LLANDDEWI RHYDDERCH will take place on THURS- DAY, NOVEMBER 14th. CHRISTADELPHIAN HALL, LION STREET, ABERGAVENNY, SUNDAY NEXT, NOV. 10th, 1918, At 6 o'clock (Please note alteration of time). Speaker: Mr. T. RICHARDS, of Swindon. Subject: "THE ONE THING NEEDFUL" COMA AND HBAB AND JUPOE FOR YoUBSEU. I)xATs ABB FBBB, AN» No COLUCTIOW. Miscellaneous. THERE CAN BE BUT ONE Furashing Firm in Newport and diotnot which is corectly described as the LARGBST amd BES2. But there are several who elakn to be orick, THE COURSE for the buyer ifi Hum circumstances is to pay a visit of inspction to the firms claiming te offer the super advantages of selection, PRICE and THB QU/LITY. eONCLUSIVB EVIDENCE. This is the convincing and conclusive proof of EVlDE)1CE, supremacy to the buyer, and to such a visit we invite you. As an item of interest in this connection we beg to fllJiY that at the moment of writing this advertisement we have ACTUALLY IN STOCK NINETY-FOUR BEDROOM SUITES ♦f different patterns, ranging in price from twenty to Two Hundred Guineas, end Affording a range of eboioe and price sufficient to satisfy every requirement. Other departments for the display of CARPETS, DINING and ———— DRAWING ROOM FURNISHINGS -are Tull equally stocked, and intending purchasers CONDITIONAJj are irvited in their own, interests to INVITATION. make a tour of inspection through our Showrooms in which every article is marked at CASH PRICES and in plain figures. When we say that the total length of these rooms IS OVER A QUARTER OF A MILE it will be men that such a visit is likely to be of the greatest interest amd advantage, tad such visitors wili not be asked to purchase. P. E. GANE, LTD., 161-3-3, Commercial Street, NEWPORT. OVER 1,000,000 FOR ABERGAVENNY. IHAVK over 1,00,000 BULBS direct from British drowers, purchased first ][ hand^ which will be cleared at low prices. Order early. Tulips, Nar- cissi, Daffodils, Crocus, Snowdrops, Freescia, Anemones, Ranunculas, Scillas, Iris, &c. Bulb Bowls in variety. Largest stocks in town. lyT ABERGAWNNY SEBD STORES. C.- FROGMORE STREET, i j NIM V ABIERGAVENNY4, J ALWAYS FRASER'S. Golden Fleece, Abergavenny The quality and value of our Goods for AUTUMN WEAq AND 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. Miscellaneous. ARMY BOOTS. ?? t*??""? Each p?u' c%rcfully selected. Stand C) <?' any amount of hard W:a? Thoroughly repa= and as good as naw. Will out- 2S/\ ? la?t two pairs of ordinary boots. Mis- ?,? j? ?"'a???..??? ate gladly exchanged. 9/6. Postage 94 (2 Pairs 18/-). (Oraveryoupenor f ^40? quality at 14/6). (2 PMrs M/6). Laoes Sd. per pair. Send P.O. an d size, or 3d. per pair. Semd P.O. and size. m' B00or STORE, Dept. I L-kN DI&OCK ROAD, HORN- SEY, LONDON. NIGHTINGALE, 3 Stow Hill Newport, MAGNIFICENT NEW PIANOS About Half-price. Best in the world at lowest paticee. I Stephenson's Floor Polish. Irish Mess. Pit Oil. Separators. Churns. Repairs and Parts for Separators. Zig Zag Harrows. Plough Shares & Fittings BY Ransomes, Kell, Roberts, Hornsby, Blackstone, Howard. 6 D DAIiUnV MFrogmoreSt, q* I" Abergavenny.

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