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Sales by Auction. PRELllUNARY. ?S?UGH OF ABERGA VENNY. Under instructions from the Trustees of the late George Davies, Esq. IMPORTANT SALE OF Freehold and Leasehold Small Residential and Cottage Properties including TRINITY TERRACE, Baker Street. CEDAR PLACE, Hereford Road. LION VILLA, Lion Street. Nos. 1, 3 & 5, KG STREET. No's. 22, 24 & 26 MERTHYR ROAD. USK VIEW. Ivlerthvr Road. 15 CROSS ST., and 3 & 5 CASTLE ST. 17 CROSS STREET. BRYNDERRI, North Street. 38 NORTH STREET. which J. STRAKER, SON & CHADWICK will conduct about the end of March, at Abergavenny. Full partkt-.lars in due course from the Auc- tioneers, or of MESSRS. GABB & WALFORD, Sofilitors, Abergavenny.. FAVIAS HAROLD GRADING MART. IMPORTANT NOTICE—Usual Grading Mart MONDAY, MARCH 24th. J. STRAKER, SON & GKADWICK. ARMY HORSES. J. STRAKER, SOM & CHADWICK, F.A.I., have pleasure in nnouuciag iLe next Sale 01 40 HORSES will take pLee on TUESDAY, MARCH 18th. Auctioneers' Offices Abergavenny. BOROUGH OF ABERCAVENNY. 17, OXFORD STREET. J. STRAKER, SON & GHADWiCK, F.A.I., are iust acted to < ft«.r t- i« Compact Freehold Villa Residence bv Auction at an early d te. Particulars from the Auctioneers, or MESSRS. GABB & WALFORD, Solicitors, Abergavenny. THE NBUADD, LLANBEDR. 1miles from Criekliovrdl and 6 miles from Abergavenny. THURSDAY, MARCH 20TH, 1919 J. STRAKER, SON & CHADWICK, F.A.I., are i::s.:udc(1 bv T A. Erowne-Davies, Esq., who is L-ttiug the Residence, to conduct an Attrac- tive and Important of the Greater Portion of the Household Furnishings AND OUTDOOR EFFECTS comprising Garden Tools, Ransome Mower, Hammocks, Garden Tents, Potatoes, &c. EXCELLENT RALLI CAR (by Probdt, AbergaveullY), I HARNESS ? STABLE RECUISITES, Cricket Net, Golf Clubs, Archery Set, Horizontal Bar, Developers, etc. 50 Gall. OIL TANK. KITCHEN UTENSILS Fenders, Plate Racks, Knife Machine, Stove, Tables, Clock, Ware, &c. HALL & RECEPTION ROOMS include Lino., Fenders, Easy Chairs, Mahogany Hall Stand with bevel plate mirror, Cabinets, Paintings in Gilt, Brilliant-toned UPRIGHT GRAND PIANOFORTE (by Russell, London), Music Stools, Mahognny Dining Room Chairs, Settee, Massive Pier Glass and Overmantels, Marble Timepiece, Fire Screen, Very Fine ORGAN (by Mason & Hamblin), ioco-dav Electric Time- piece (by Eureka, London), Pictures, Valuable Grandfather Clock in Oak Case, Antique Heppelthwaite Chair, Four Antique Mahogany Dining Chairs, Cushions, Hassocks, &c., Crimson Wilton Pile and Axminster Carpets. CONTENTS OF STUDY Books, Inkstands, Inkpots, Revolving Desk Chair, Fine Oak Roll-top Desk (complete), Cuckoo Clock, Lino., Felt, &c. BEDROOM APPOINTMENTS Toilet Glasses, Chests of Drawers. Bedroom Suite in Satin- wood, comprising Gent's Wardrobe, Com- bined Was-stai;d and Dressing Table. Bed- steads, Axminster Carpets, Mats, Overlays, Blankets, Very Fine Linen Cupboard, Toilet Ware, Ornaments, &c. Sale at 12 Noon sharp. Terms, Cash. View Day Morning of Sale only. The Sale will be conducted in a Special Sale Marquee. Auctioneers' & Estate Agents' Offices: Crick- howell and Abergavenny. THURSDAY, MARCH 27th. BIRCHFIELD, ALBANY ROAD, ABERGA- VENNY. (10 minutes' walk from Brecon Road). J. STRAKER, SON & CHADWICK, F.A.I., are favoured with instructions from Mrs. Williams (who is leaving) to Sell by Auction, on the premises, her EXCELLENT Furniture and Effects including THE OUTDOOR EFFECTS: Garden Tools, Wheelbarrow, Garden Frame, Iron Tank, Lawn Mower, Garden Roll, Garden Pots, Plants, Ferns, Quantity of Coal and Coke, Seed and Eating Potatoes, Garden Seat, Chairs, Steps, Croquet Set. POULTRY & POULTRY HOUSES Viz. 17 head of White Leghorn Poultry, Two Portable Fowl Houses, Wire Netting. CONTENTS OF KITCHENS, & UTENSILS include 9ft. Dresser and Shelves, Chairs, Tables, Gas Stove, Very Fine Massive Brass Fender Stand, Candlesticks, Scales and Weights, Spring Balance. THE CHINA, GLASS, WARE, PLATE AND CUTLERY include Several Capital Breakfast, Tea and Dinner Services. HALL, STAIRS & LANDINGS: Oak Hall Stand, Crimson Axminster Stair Carpet, Pictures, &c., &c. THE RECEPTION ROOM FURNISHINGS include Dining Room and Drawing Room Suites in Velvet and Leather, Handsome Wal- nut Cabinet and Sideboard, Dining Room Table, Screens, Brass Curbs, Carpets, Rugs, Mirrors, Upright Grand Pianoforte, Steel Frame, Trichord, in Walnut Case, with three bevel plate panels Wicker and other Chairs, Prints and Engravings, Sofa, Loo Tables, Handsome Timepieces. THE FIVE BED & DRESSING ROOMS will include a Very Handsome well-made Suite in Solid Mahogany, Several Pairs of Mahogany Duchesse Toilet Tables, Massive Mahogany Pillared and Circular-fronted Chests of Drawers, Carpets, Curbs, Commodes, Stained Wardrobes, Ware, Several Solid Brass and Iron Full-size and Single Bedsteads, Feather Beds, and a Small Quantity of LINEN. Sale at 12.30 sharp. All Lots to be paid for before removal will be permitted. View Day Morning of Sale only. Auctioneers' Offices: Abergavenny. Tel. 24. TUESDAY NEXT. ABERGAVENNY CATTLE MARKET. J. STRAKER, SON & CHADWICK, F.A.I., will Sell by Auction at One o'clock, a Five-seater DARRACQ CAR, in good running order. 14/16 h-P., 4-cylinder. WHITE CASTLE, LLANTILIO CROSSENNV. IMPORTANT AGRICULTURAL DISPER- SION SALE for Mr. Bayliss (whose tenancy has expired) on THURSDAY, APRIL loth. J. STRAKER, SON & CHADWICK, Auctioneers. Sales by Auction. NANTYFFYN, CRICKHOWELL. THURSDAY, APRIL 17th. J. STRAKER, SON & CHADWICK, F.A.I., are instructed by the Representative of the late Mr. Games to conduct a S. le of the Live and Dead Farming Stock. Auctioneers' Offices Crickcowell and Aber- gavenny. PRELIMINARY. APRIL 24th & 25th. GLANGRWYNEY COURT. Midway between Crickhowtll uc Abergavenny. Under instructions from the Trustees of the late Mrs. Parkinson. J. STRAKER, SON & CHADWICK, F.A.I., who have negotiated a Lease of the Residence and Home Farm, are favoured with instructions to Sell by Auction The Valuable Furnishings ALSO THE Live and Dead Farming Stock. ?ati of eacii) i:i due course. Auctioneers' Oinces Ab-rgavenny. PARISH OF PENRHOS, RAGLAN. J. STRAKER, SON & CHADWICK, F.A.I., are instructed to offer by Public Auction (subject to Conditions of Sale to be then and there read) at the ANGEL HOTEL, ABERGAVENNY, On TUESDAY, 25til MARCH, 1919, At Three o'clock in the Afternoon, ALL THAT FREEHOLD FRUITFUL SMALL HOLDING Known "s YSGUBORLAN •• & CROESCARREG Comprising AccciTimojistiors Land, Orcharding, Garden and Outbuildings Planted with Choice Young Fruit Trees in full bearing, and erected thereon Stone-built and Galvanized 2-tie Cow House, Small Barn and Piggeries, now held by Mr. W. Jones on a tenancy expiring the 25th December, 1919, at the Rental of £ 34 to that date, Landlord paying Rates and Tithe, the latter for 1018 amounting to 5s. Together with a FIVE-ROOMED COTTAGE with Large Garden Stone built and Slated, with the following Out- houses, &c. Wasa-liouse, W.C., Piggery, Large Water Tank. Held on a quarterly tenancy from February 2nd by Mr. W. Jones at the Rental of £ 4 per annum, Tenant paying Rates. Tne whole containing an Area of 5 Acres (or thereabouts). Both Properties front good Parish Roads and are I within a short distance of each other and situate 3 miles from Raglan and 7 from Abergavenny respectively. Any further particulars may be obtained from the Auctioneers, Abergavenny or of MESSRS. GABB & WALFORD, Solicitors, Abergavenny. MR. MONTAGUE HARRIS, F.A.I., will Sell, at an early date, FURNITURE & EFFECTS the property of Mrs. Ruck, Bell Inn, Llan- grwyney, who is leaving. BRYNMAWR, BRECONSHIRE. IMPORTANT SALE bv Auction of FREEHOLD PROPERTIES, as above, at an early date MONTAGUE HARRIS, F.A.I., Auctioneer. ABERGAVENNY. Valuable Long Leasehold Property For Sale. MR. MONTAGUE HARRIS, F.A.I., has been instructed to Sell by Auction at the ANGEL HOTEL, ABERGAVENNY, on TUESDAY, the 25th MARCH, 1919, at 3 p.m., in One or more lots, subject to Conditions of Sale, the Long Leasehold Dwelling Houses known as Nos. 19, 21, 23, 25, 27, & 29, OAKLAND ROAD, ABERGAVENNY, and being in the respective occupation of Messrs. T. Griffiths, E. Havill, G. Jones, E. Myatt, E. Pierce, and D. Morgan, at rents amounting in the aggregate to ^98 3s. od. per annum. The Premises are held for the term of 999 years (less one day) from 29th September, 1892, at a ground rent of £ï 10s. per annum, the land- lord paying rates. For further particulars and orders to view, apply to the Auctioneer, Abergavenny or to the Vendor's Solicitors. MESSRS. GABB & WALFORD, Abergavenny. THE CROFT, PETECHURCH, HEREFORD- SHIRE. FREEHOLD of the COTTAGE, PREMISES AND GARDEN, situate as above. The Premises contain Three Rooms down- stairs, One Bedroom, Lean-to-Shed, with Boiler and Offices; Slate Roof on the Cotfage Garden which MR. MONTAGUE HARRIS, F.A.I., will Sell on the premises on MONDAY, 17th MARCH, 1919, at 1.30 p.m. For particulars, apply to the Auctioneer, or the Vendor's Solicitors, MESSRS. HODGENS & CUNLIFFE, Abergavenny. PANT GLAS, CLYDACH. SALE OF STOCK, FURNITURE & EFFECTS. MR. ARTHUR J. THOMAS, by instructions from Mr. James Baldwin, will Sell on the premises as above on FRIDAY, MARCH 21st, 1919 STOCK Bay Mare, rising 3, quiet in all harness Filly Two Cross-bred Hereford Cows in calf. IMPLEMENTS Gambo (equal to new), Market Trap, Chaffcutter, Set of Trap and Cart Har- ness, Long Gears, Riding Bridle and Saddle, Mouthing Tack, Pikes, Rakes, Quantity of Galvanized Sheeting, Hay Knife, Cow Ties, Iron Pig Trough, Quantity of Wire Netting, Ladder, Scythe and Snead, Bench, Ropes, Odd Harness, Feeding Tubs, Water Casks, Quantity of Old Iron, Tools, &c., &c. FURNITURE Couch, Settle, Wicker Chair, Baby's Chair, Steel Fender and Stand, Dress- ing Table and Washstand, Toilet Glass, Toilet Ware, Shelves, Enamel Bowl, Milk Measures and Strainer, Butter Prints, &c., &c. Sale at 2.30 prompt. Terms, Cash. Auctioneer's Offices Gilwern & Crickhowell. MONMOUTHSHIRE HORSE SALE. NEXT SALE FRIDAY, APRIL 4th, 1919. JOHN H. RENNIE will conduct his next Sale as above in the Repository, NEWPORT CATTLE MARKET, of about 120 HORSES (All Classes). 120 IN PRIZE MONEY. Entries invited as early as possible for catalogue. Schedules and Entry Forms from the Auc- tioneer, Newport and Usk and Rennie & Jones, Monmouth and Chepstow. RAGLAN. MONDAY, MARCH 24th, 1919. RENNIE & JONES beg to announce that their Great ANNUAL SPRING AUCTION OF STORE CATTLE ONLY will take place, as heretofore, in their SALE YARD at One o'clock prompt, when there will be offered fpr competition about 500 WELL-BRED CATTLE comprising Fresh Steers and Maiden Heifers, Barreners, Cows and Calves, and Young Stock. Also about 650 Store Sheep and Couples FURTHER ENTRIES SOLICITED. Auction Offices Newport, Monmouth, Usk, and Chepstow. Wanted. WANTED, a young Girl for Housework.— Apply Mrs. Watkins, Monk-street. WANTED, good Geheral four in family, no children.—Mrs. Lewis, Glaslyn, Govilon. WANTED, a Woman, to Wash, on Mondays.— Apply Victoria Cafe. WANTED, Two Furnished or partly furnished Rooms.—Apply XX, Chronicle Office. WANTED, Cook-General.—Apply Mrs. Bishop, Warwick House, Avenue-road, Abergavenny. WOODCUTTERS, to cut 500 tons Pitwood at Llanover.—Davies, Saw Mills, Usk. GOOD General Hand Wanted, used to Garden- ing.—E. Williams, 60 Tudor-street. QUANTITY OF MANURE for Sale make good hotbeds.—E. Williams, 60 Tudor-street. GENERAL Wanted four in family.—Green- field, Thornltigh, Avenue-road, Abergavenny. CHARWOMAN Wanted, one day a week.— Address, W.V., Chronicle Office. WANTED, smart Girl; regular work making Wreath Foundations.-—Percy Fraser, Florist. WANTED, strong Woman to help in Warehouse. —Morgan & Evans. WANTED, House-Parlourmaid cook-geiierol kept.—Apply Mrs. Harry Blessley, Nant Fawr, Lisvime, nr. Cardiff. WANTED, good General. —Apply, stating wages, Mrs. Word:\vorth, Station Hotel, Aberga- venny. WANTED, good General, between 15 and 18 years of ege, for Business House in country no cliildren -Apply Mrs. B. J. Williams, Cross Ash, near Monmouth. WANTED, respectable Girl as Help in Farm- house good wages to suitable girl.—Apply Mrs. Evans, Llanvair, Grosmont, Hereford. WANTED, at once, a Man able to Plough also Two Estate Hauliers.—Apply Bailiff, Home Farm, Llanover. WANTED, good experienced Maid three in family; help given; wages, /20 to ..(24.- Davis, Graig, Govilon. GOOD PRICES given for all kinds of Ladies', Gent's and Children's left-off Clothing —Mrs E Hemming, 20 King-street, Abergavenny WANTED, by March 31st, an experienced General references. Mrs. Powell, 46 Frog- more-street, Abergavenny. WANTED, a Cowman general work. Cottage and garden.- Apply Johnson, Llan- j ddewi Court. GENERAL WORKMAN Wanted on a Farm good house and garden wages, £ 2 per week.— Apply D. Ruther, Frogmore-street. BOOK-KEEPING. -Young Man Wants Em- ployment whole or part time experienced excellent refs., abstainer.—Ledger, "Chronicle" Office. COLLECTOR CANVASSERS.-Iadies Wanted in each district very good wages.—Green- halgh Liversidge, Milnsbridge, Huddersfield. LAUNDRESS Wanted to take family's washiug good drying ground essential.—Address, Q H., Chronicle Office. CLEAN Washed Medicine Bottles Wanted all sizes Good prices given Bottles requiring washing not wanted —Roberts, Chemist, Abergavenny MOLESKINS, &c, Wanted 96/- per 100 Cash per return Best winter clears Send to largest cash buyers in Midlands, Taylor & Co Fur and Skin Merchants, Harpur Street, Bedford WANTED, General for small family plain cooking good reference required;—Mrs. Cunliffe, Hollycroft, Mardy. 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, in Abergavenny or district, position as Companion, Housekeeper, Lady's Maid, or Position of Trust. Used to controlling staff, etc. good needlewoman age 29; Church of England.-Write Box 10, Abergavenny Chronicle. For Sale. SITTINGS of Light Sussex Eggs, 7s. 6d.—Miss J. Morgan, Brooklands, Abergavenny. FEW TONS of Mangolds for Sale.—Apply 8, Cross-street, Abergavenny. FOR SALE, Freehold, Nidra House, Nevill- street, Abergavenny.—Apply on the premises. PURE White Leghorn Eggs; 7/6 per sitting.- Mrs. Barnes, Llanfoist. FOR SALE, strong Store Pig 5 to 6 months.— Phillips, Beili Glas, Llapelen. FOR SALE, Pure Indian Runner Duck Eggs great layers 10/- dozen.—Rawlins, Cros- sonnen Farm, Abergavenny. SITTINGS of White Leghorn and Buff Orpinton Eggs Hunter's famous strain.—Tonkin, Brecon-road, Abergavenny. SEED POTATOES! All Best Scotch grown varieties. Prices reasonable. Eating Potatoes Wanted.—Geo. Criddle, Govilon. FOR SALE, a variety of- Second-hand Carriage Cushions, Wheels and Trap Bodies, at reason- able prices.—Apply Mrs. E. Richmond (Brock & Co., 19 Cross-street, Abergavenny. SEED OATS. -G arton's,new Oat, Supreme for Sale. Direct from the firm last year. Good sample and exceptional cropper.— Coldicutt, Raglan. FOR SALE by Private Treaty, Two capitai, well-built, New Five-roomed Houses, in Mill- street, in the occupation of Messrs. J. Kerton and G. Pinkstone. Can be sold separately or in one lot. Large proportion of the money left on mortgage at low interest.—Montague Harris, Abergavenny. GREY HAIR permanently and speedily re- stored to its onginal colour by using 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 growth and beauty of the Hair. In bottles, price is. 6d. (postage 6d. extra). Manu- facturer G. W. Harrison, Hair Specialist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agent for Abergavenny: H. Shackleton, Chemist, 9, Cross Street; Brynmawr A. M. Jones, Chemist, 74 King Street. For Sale. GARDEN BARROWS, Ladders, Carts, Gambos, &c.-Watkins, Wheelwright, Mardy, Mon. COCKEREL and Four Laying Pullets for Sale 1918 hatched 38/—F. Ball, 19 Baker-street. EARLY CABBAGE PLANTS, Early Tomato Plants, Ailsa Craig and Tripoli Onions, Carna- tions, Pinks, Wallflowers, Pansies, Coreopsis, Brompton Stocks.—Percy Fraser, The Seeds- man, Abergavenny. WATKINS' BALSAM OF LIQUORICE is com- 'pounded of tlie finest remedies for the cure of a hard, stubborn, winter's Cough it is very soothing and healing. In bottles, 1/3, 2/9. No sl-:ortage.-Shack-leton, Chemist, Cross-st- 54 EGGS a week with Karswood Spice. Then rS eggs a week without it. Then back again to 54 eggs a week with Karswood, was the experience of a poultry-keeper last winter, Moral Never leave Karswood off. Packets 2}d., 7d., 1/3.—A. J. Wibberley, Corn Mer- chant, Lion Street, and 50 Cross Street, Abergavenny. MANGOLDS 40/ Swedes 50/ Pig and Poultry Potatoes 70/ Table Carrots 160/- per ton on rail. Cash with order. Send for catalogue of Seed Potatoes and Vegetable Seeds. Collec- tion Peas and Vegetable Seeds, 22 packets 3/6 carriage paid. Also collections at 5/6, 10/6, and £ 1 is. od.—Horace Taylor & Co., Chatteris, Cambridgeshire. DON'T RUN RISKS "NOSTROLINE i Nagpl Specific will protect you against' Influenza, "Nasal Catarrh, Head Colds, and other infections disorders. It destroys the germs and soothes nose and throat. Delays are dangerous. Get it NOW. Of leading Cemists everywhere 1/3 (by post 1/5). Sold by H. T. T. Roberts, 56 Frogmore-st., 11. Shackleton, 9 Cross-street, R. M. Williams, 51 Cross-street, Abergavenny T. B. Dougall, Bethcar-street, A. Williams, Church-street, Ebbw Vale. To Iet- COMFORTABLE ROOMS to Let suit one or two gentlemen h & c bath —Apply W D Chronicle Office TO LET, Garden, with good fruit trees and piggery, in Ross-road, A bergtyenny.- -Apply Dela field's Brewery. TO LET, Large Bedroom and Sitting-room bath (h. & c.). Terms moderate. No attendance. Wanted more for company.—Apply R.D. Chronicle Office. TO BE SOLD by Private Treaty, a Freehold House and Garden known as Trodyrhiw Cottage, Govilon, situated at the corner of Blaenavon road, about six minutes' walk from the station.—Apply to Mr. George Morgan, 19 Priory-road, Abergavenny. -===-=- .==-=- -Lost or Strayed. STRAYED to Govilon Farm 24 days ago, Two Ewes, marked J.E., and One Wether.—If not claimed in 7 days will be sold. LOST, Gold and Opal Scarf Pin. £ 1 Reward on returning it to the Police Station. NOTICE. ANY DOGS found Trespassing or Worrying J'L Sheep on the following Farms will be shot :—Crossonnon, Major's Barn, Llwynu. F. RAWLINS. J. HOEtEY. J. PRICE. Miscellaneous. I Regent Street Hall, Abergavenny. MR. J. M. BARNES, Cardiff, will (D.V.) I L Preach the Gospel in the above Hall on SUNDAY NEXT, MARCH 16th, at 6.30 p.m. A HEARTY WELCOME GIVEN TO ALL. MONMOUTHSHIRE ASYLUM, ABERGAVENNY. TO DRAPERS, GROCERS, COAL MERCHANTS, AND OTHERS. THE COMMITTEE OF VISITORS of this JL Asylum is willing to receive TENDERS from Parties desirous of Contracting to supply the Asylum with any of the undermentioned articles, for the periods hereinafter stated, vi3. A GIVltN QUANTITY OF DRAPERY' LINEN & HABERDASHERY to be supplied at once. BROOMS and BRUSHES for SIX MONTHS, from the first day of April next. I COAL for ONE YEAR, from the first day of April next. Further Tenders for COAL are also invited for THREE and Six MONTHS from the first day of April next. GENERAL GROCERIES for THREE and Six MONTHS from the first day of April next. CURLED HAIR, for Six MONTHS from the first day of April next. CLOCKS, Winding, Cleaning and Keeping in Repair for ONE YEAR from the first day of April next. The Asylum Sidings on the London & North- Western and Great Western Railways are avail- able for .delivering goods to the Asylum. TENDERS, accompanied by Sample 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 March, and superscribed Tender for Drapery," 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 pledge them- selves to accept the lowest, or any tender. R. W. POWELL, Clerk and Steward. MONMOUTHSHIRE ASYLUM, ABERGAVENNY. THE COMMITTEE OF VISITORS invite applications for the appointment of AUDITOR & STOCKTAKER. Salary, £ 50 per annum. Duties to commence as soon as possible. Particulars as to duties, etc., can be obtained from the Clerk of the Asylum. Applications to be sent to the Clerk to the Committee of Visitors, not later than the 24th day of March. ABERGAVENNY UNION. CONTRACT DAY, MARCH 28th, 1919. TENDERS are invited for the supply of t Provisions, Necessaries, Clothing, Drapery Coal, Boots and Shoes, Shaving and Haircutting and Funerals, for the Three Months commencing on the ist of April, 1919. The tender for Clothing and Drapery will be for Six Months. Forms of Tender may be obtained at these Offices, excepting those for Clothing and Drapery, which are to be obtained at the Work- house, where patterns may be seen. Samples to accompany the tenders where practicable. Tenders to be sent to me at these Offices, by 10 o'clock in the forenoon of the 28th inst. Dated this 14th day of March, 1919. JOHN EDWARDS, Clerk to the Guardians. Union Offices, Monk-street, Abergavenny. Miscellaneous. Spring Tine Cultivators. FITTINGS FOR Ransoms's, Hornsby's, Howard's Robert's and Kell's Ploughs, in Great Variety. Double-furrow Ploughs in Stock. CREAM SEPARATORS, &c. PLOUGH TRACES and G. 0. LINES. OIL ENGINES Supplied and Fixed. Linseed Oil, Turpentine and Machine Oil In Stock. — W. BEVAN, — IRONMONGER, I IO, CROSS STREET, ABERGAVENNY.  H. BA 11. J 0 il ES DENTAL ROOMS, j 12, CROSS STREET, j (Second Floor). ABERGAVENNY. j HOURS: 10 a.m. to (> p.m. THURSDAYS 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. CONSULTATIONS FREE. I MODERATE CHARGES. REPAIRS complete in 3 HOURS. j CHRISTADELPHI&N HALL, LION STREET, ABERGAVENNY, SUNDAY NEXT, MAR. 16th, 1919, At 6 o'clock (Please note alteration of time). Speaker: Mr. G. Reeves, New Tredegar. Snhjt-ct ROME, CHRISTENDOM and YOU." Prevailing customs and practices traced to their origin. COME AND HEAR ANP JUDGE FOR YOURSELF. BEATS ARE FREE, AND No COLLECTION. TO ANGLERS. IF YOU WANT A RECORD SEASONS ± SPORT, call at PEAKES' ANGLING SPECIALISTS, 23 CROts ST. ABERGAVENNY. FOR YOUR TACKLE. We have a Good Selection of RODS, REELS, LINES, WADERS, BROGUES & GUT CASTS, &c. FLIES of every description, including a good assortment for Sea Trout and Grilse. Our C g??(d ?b?at?,d Patterns for the Usk cannot be beaten, having stood the test since 1840. REPAIRS A SPECIALITY. POULTRY CORN UP IN QUALITY, DOWN IN PRICE: 3/- PER PECK. Ll"ARM & GARDEN SEEDS, all guaranteed .r NEW. SEED POTATOES. ARTIFICIAL MANURES. All at lowest possible prices, consistent with good quality. LARGEST STOCKS IN MONMOUTHSHIRE, AND LOWEST PRICES. A J. WIBBERLEY, CORN & SEED MERCHANT, 50 Cross St., Abergavenny. I ) WE MOVE WITH THE TIMES I HEINS &CO.,Ld. ,,w.t The ALL-BRITISH Firm. Special offers in Overstrung PIANOFORTES. SOME BEAUTIFUL MODELS NOW IN STOCK. I PRICES MODERATE, For Cash or on Easy Terms. BEFORE going out of the District give us JD a call. We have been well-known here many years, and can give you all you require very often at lower prices than eIsewhere.- For anything in the MUSIC LINE send for our Terms. THE ALL-BRITISH FIRM HEINS & Co., ABERGAVENNY. I JUST A MiNUTE. I BUY FALSE TEETH, 6d. per Tooth, _L pinned on Vulcanite, 2s. on Silver, 3s. on Gold, 8s. on Platinum. Teeth returned promptly if offer is not satisfactory, or write for FREE BOOKLET which will give you a fair idea how much yours are worth, yes it will. E. LEWIS, 29, LONDON ST., SoUTH PORT, LANCS. u;r IIP"I- 'U"-      ??j, :;¡. 'A': tt S E U M fm ") ABERGAVENNY. Telephone 153. Managing DruEnxoB lib HARD DOOER. RESIDENT MANAGKB W R. WALLER. MONDAY, TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY:— Fox FILMS present LONIA MARKOYIA, the great Dramatic Actress, in "SNARES AND QUICKSANDS." Presented in Five Very Beautiful Acts. CHARLIE CHAPLIN, b a Return Visit, prints his recent success, THE COUNT. SCREAMINGLY FrXNY NORMA TALMADGE in the greatest picture she has ever made "GHOSTS OF YESTERDAY." Adapted from the Flay "TWO WOMEN by Rupert Hughes. A Very Beautiful Picture all through. PATHE GAZETTE and WEEKLY PICTORIAL. THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY :—■ DAPHNE GLYNNE, the Super Screen Star, features in A TICKET OF LEAVE MAN." Adapted from the Play known throughout the World. Chapter 8: "THE HOUSE OF HATE." FATTY ARBUCKLE presents "FICKLE FATTY'S FALL." PATHE GAZETTE and WEEKLY PICTORIAL. NEXT WEEK. BRAVE AND BOLD." Featuring TOM MIX. 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 cpen at 7. Commence 7.30. Saturday at 6.30 and 8.30 p.m. Matinee Tuesday and Saturday at 2.30. FRANK W. FITZGERALD, Coach Builder & Wheelwright, Has now commenced business in part of Messrs. WATKINS & SONS' PREMISES, PRINCES ST., ABERGAVENNY, and res- pectfully requests a share of your patronage. New Hoods—A Speciality. Fitted to any make Car in 24 hrs. General repairs to all classes of Vehicles. Prompt and Personal Attention. Moderate Charges.

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