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Sales by Auction. IMPORTANT SALE OF TIMBER AND PITWOOD. which 4. STRAKER, SON & CHADWICK, F.A.I., are favoured with instructions to Sell in May next, including 960 PRIME OAK 3,000 LARCH COPPICE, &c., &C., including VALUABLE TIMBER on the TALY- COED ESTATE. Particulars in due course. BRECO. 4. STRAKER, SON & CHADWICK, F.A.I., are instructed to offer by Auction at THE CASTLE HOTEL, BRECON, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, on FRIDAY, MAY 23rd, All those Desirable FOUR FREEHOLD VILLAS known as 2, 3, 4 & 5, FRONWEN TERRACE. Particulars from the Auctioneers, Aberga- venny or of MESSRS. D. W. E. & M. F. THOMAS, I Solicitors, Brecon. IMPORTANT SALE OF FARMS. J.fSTRAKER, SON & CHADWICK, F.A.I., will offer by Auction, early in June, PYSCODLYN FARM, IJanwenarth. khLYSPITTY FARM, Abergavenny. With Valuable Usk FISHING RIGHTS. COED CENOL FARM, Llantilio Crossenny. BLAENGAVENNY, Llanvihangel Crucorney. Particulars from the Auctioneers. MANOR HOUSE. FOR SALE, 7} H.P. OIL ENGINE with Pulper, Chaffcutter, Corn Mill and Betting (complete). Price, /130. J. STRAKER, SON & CHADWICK. BOROUGH OF ABERGAVENNY. J. STRAKER, SON & CHADWICK, F.A.I., are instructed to Sell by Private Treaty all that VILLA RESIDENCE, with Garden Ground and Stabling at rear, known as THE NOOK, situate and fronting Hereford Road, contain- ing in the whole an area of 924 square yards. Particulars from the Auctioneers, Aberga- venny. — # CEFNDYGLWYD FARM, LLAXVAPLEY. MR. NOAH PRITCHARD has fixed Thursday, Sept. 18th, for his Dispersal Sale. J. Strakttr, Son & Chadwick, Auctioneers. ABERGAVENNY CATTLE MARKET. TUESDAY NEXT 4. STRAKER, SON & CHADWICK are instructed to advertise the following Special Entries, including 8 Cross-bred and Jersey COWS & CALVES, the property of D. F Pritchard, Esq., W. Haines, Esq., and others. Sale at 10.45 sharp. ABERGAVENNY MAY FAIR. WEDNESDAY NEXT. J. STRAKER, SON & CHADWICK will hold their usual Sale of HORSES & CARRIAGES, for which they have excellent entries, including Very Smart Turn-out, 5-year-old Cob, Ralli Car and Set Brass-mounted Harness. By Order of the Food Production Department. ABERGAVENNY MAY FAIR. WEDNESDAY NEXT. 4. STRAKER, SON & CHADWICK are instructed I to Sell by Auction, at 11 o'clock, in the ABER- GAVENNY CATTLE MARKET, 60 Sets of NEW PLOUGH GEARS (complete). Auctioneers' Offices: Abergavenny. SPECIAL ENTRY. FAIR DAY.. 4. STRAKER, SON & CHADWICK, F.A.I., are instructed by Edgar C. Morgan, Esq., to Sell by Auction, at 11 o'clock, his Capital Rubber-tyred DOGCART (complete) Two Galvanized Corn Bins, Chaffcutter, Tools, 30-Egg Incubator, Churn, i2in. Lawn Mower, &c. Auctioneers' Offices: Abergavenny. With Early Possession of No. 5. FOUR SMALL FREEHOLD MODERN VILLAS TWO VALUABLE FREEHOLD Corner Building Sites Situate and fronting OXFORD STREET & HEREFORD ROAD, BOROUGH OF ABERGAVENNY. which 4. STRAKER, SON & CHADWICK, F.A.I., are instructed by the Owner to offer by Auction, in One or more Lots (subject to Conditions of Sale), at the ANGEL HOTEL, ABERGAVENNY, at Three o'clock in the Afternoon, On TUESDAY, MAY 20th, 1919. Comprising All that Small Terrace known as OXFORD PLACE, Numbered 1, 3, 5 & 7 respectively, the whole being of Modern Structure and Substantially Built of Stone and Slate, both internal and external repair being excellent. Nos. i and 7 are let on quarterly tenancies at the very nominal rentals of £ 16 per annum, tenants paying rates. No. 3 is held on a similar tenancy at £ 14 per annum. Xo. 5 being in the occupation of the Vendor. Each house contains Tiled Entrance Hall, Drawing Room with bay window, Dining Room, Scullery with boiler and sink, Pantry, Outside Coalhouse and W.C. Nos. i and 7 have Four Bedrooms, and Nos. 3 & 5 Three Bedrooms respectively. Small Gardens at rear. The Yard at No. 5 is Glazed, forming a capital combined Shelter and Conservatory. Town Water laid on. All those TWO Eligible Freehold CORNER BUILDING SITES, containing Areas of 716 and 844 Sq. Yds., or thereabouts, now let as Gardens (in a productive state of cultivation) to Mr. Hall, subject to six months' notice from June 24th. The smaller Freehold Plot, ad- jacent to Oxford Place, commands frontages of 55ft. to the Hereford Road and i86ft.6in. Oxford Street the larger having frontages to Hereford Road of 62ft. and 175ft. to Oxford Street. Unless sold in one lot, and as there are Two Joint Side Passages to Nos. i & 3 and 5 & 7 respectively, the Villas will be offered in Pairs, and the Valuable Sites separately, affording an opportunity of securing desirable and command- ng Properties in a central part of Abergavenny. All information and Orders to View from the Auctioneers, Abergavenny or of MESSRS. GABB & WALFORD, Solicitors, Abergavenny. SPECIAL ENTRY. FAIR DAY. J. STRAKER, 80N & CHADWICK will Sell by Auction, at II o'clock, a New Governess Car, a 5-yr.-old Cob (14 hands), 2 Sets of Harness and 3 Riding Bridles (as new). PETERCHURCH FAIR. HEREFORDSHIRE. FRIDAY, 16th MAY, 1919. 90 Capital STORE CATTLE which MR. MONTAGUE HARRIS, F.A.I., will Sell as above at 10 a.m. sharp. I :SaleR by Auction. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. LLANARTH, MOMOLTHSHIRE. VALUABLE FREEHOLD FARM FOR SALE. situate and known as TYDU FARM, now in the occupation of the Vendor, which MR. MONTAGUE HARRIS, F.A.I., has been instructed to offer for Sale, at the ANGEL HOTEL, ABERGAVENNY, on TUESDAY, loth JUNE, 191Q. For further particulars and orders to vjew, apply to the Auctioneer, Abergavenny of to the Vendor's Solicitors, Messrs. Gabb & Walford, Abergavenny. Full advertisements later. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. 5- PARSONAGE FARM, LLANT^IKWY SKIRRID. IMPORTANT SALE OF LIVE AND DEAD FARMING STOCK, GRASS KEEP, &c., by instructions from Mr. James Davies (who is leaving) on THURSDAY, 29th MAY, 1919. Details next week. MONTAGUE HARRIS, F.A.I., Auctioneer, Abergavenny. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. PONTYNYS, LONGTOWN. SALE OF FARMING STOCK & GRASS KEEP, by instructions from Mrs. Miles (who is giving up farming) on MONDAY, 19th MAY, igig. Details next week. MONTAGUE HARRIS, F.A.I., Auctioneer, Abergavenny. MONMOUTHSHIRE. PARISH OF GROSMOXT. VALUABLE FREEHOLD FARMS FOR SALE. MR. MONTAGUE HARRIS, F.A.I., lias been instructed to Sell by Auction at the ANGEL HOTEL, ABERGAVENNY, On TUESDAY, 27th MAY, 1919, At 3 p.m. precisely (subject to Conditions of Sale) the undermentioned FREEHOLD FARMS Each with suitable Homesteads and situate as above: LOT 1. —GREAT BIRCHES. no Acres. Tenant, Mr. Allen Barrell. LOT 2.—NEW HOUSE FARM. 104 Acres. Tenant, Mr. Arthur Morgan. I LOT 3.—MIDDLE TRESENNY. 16 Acres. Tenant, Mr. Thomas Farr. LOT 4.—LITTLE CROSS. 13 Acres. In hand. For further particulars and orders to view, apply to the Auctioneer, Abergavenny or to the Vendor's Solicitors, MESSRS. GABB & WALFORD, Abergavenny. THE ELMS, PENRHOS, RAGLAN. LIVE & DEAD FARMING STOCK. 36 Capital, Hereford Cattle, viz. 4 Barren Cows, Three two-year-old Bullocks, Two-year-old Heifer, Five Yearling Cattle. 14 Black-faced Ewes, in or with lambs. 5 Horses, viz. Nine-year-old Cart Mare, in foal Powerful six-year-old Cart Mare (empty), Three-year-old Cart Mare, Yearling Horse Colt Six-year-old Pony Mare, in foal. Collection of Modern Implements, viz. Light Narrow-wheel Waggon, Narrow-wheel Cart, Strong Market Trap, Ralli Car (rubber-tyred), Trap, Rausome Wheel Plough, Roll, New Set of Harrows, Pulper, "Albion Mower (equal -Ubion -\fower (equal to new), Bamford Mower, Horse Rake, Two Sets New G.O. Tack, Set of Short Gears, Tubs, Pikes, Rakes, etc., etc. About 60 Acres of Capital Grass Keep to 2nd February, i( £ o which MR. MONTAGUE. HARRIS, F.A.I., will Sell for Mr. Albert James (who is giving up farming) On THURSDAY, MAY 22nd, 1919. Sale at i o'clock prompt. CATTLE MARKET, ABERGAVENNY. TUESDAY, MAY 13th,. 1919. MR. MONTAGUE HARRIS, F.A.I., will Sell as above, at 11 a.m. sharp, a Capital Young Deep-milking SHORTHORN COW, with her thriving Heifer Calf, the property of Mr Russell James, Penydre, Llanvihangel Cru- corney. HEREFORDSHIRE. By Direction of the Trustees of the Late W. B. Partridge, Esq., and of the Late Capt. R. C. B. Partridge. > ATTRACTIVE SALE OF THE FREEHOLD ESTATES known as BACTON MANOR and ABBEYDORE, in the Picturesque Golden Valley of Herefordshire. Adjoining Pontrilas Station (G.W.R.) on the Main South Wales, Bristol and North Line, and Abbeydore, Bacton and Vowchurch Stations on the Golden Valley Railway, and about twelve miles from the City of Hereford, comprising VERY DESIRABLE COUNTRY RESIDENCES, MANY EXCELLENT MIXED FARMS, varying from 50 to 500 Acres each, with VALUABLE FISHING AND SPORTING RIGHTS, EXTENSIVE WOODLANDS, SMALL HOLDINGS, NUMEROUS COTTAGES AND LICENSED HOUSES, the whole having an area of about I 5,000 Acres. Also the Desirable Country Residence and Lands, LLANFOIST HOUSE (near to Abergavennv), having an area of 30 ACRES i ROOD 32 PCHS. MESSRS. NEWLAND, HUNT & WILLIAMS have received instructions to OFFER FOR SALE by AUCTION at THE GREEN DRAGON HOTEL, HEREFORD, in con- venient lots, on WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, and THURSDAY, MAY 15. Sale to commence at, 11 a.m. each day. Further particulars may be obtained of MESSRS; COLBORNE, COULMAN AND LAWRENCE, Solicitors, Victoria Chambers, Newport, Mon., or of the Auctioneers, 19 Commercial Street, Newport, Mon. LLANGENNY, BRECONSHIRE. Sale of Desirable Freehold Properties. MR. ARTHUR J. THOMAS has been instructed to Sell by Public Auction, at the BEAR HOTEL, CRICKHOWELI,, on THURSDAY, MAY 15th, 1919, at 2.30 o'clock in the Afternoon (subject to Conditions of Sale to be then read), the following DESIRABLE FREEHOLD Dwelling Houses, Gardens and Premises: Lot I.-All that Freehold Dwelling-House and' Garden, in the occupation of Mrs. Bird, at a yearly rental of £ 7 also Stable, rental £ 1 10s. per annum. Lot 2.—All that Freehold Dwelling-House and Garden, in the occupation of Mrs. Richmond, at a rental of £ 1 per calendar month. Lot 3.—All that Freehold Dwelling-House and Garden, rented by J. H. Furmedge, Esq., at a rental of £7 per annum. The Premises are situate adjoining the main road between Llangrwyney and Crickhowell, and will be first offered in One Lot, and if not sold, in separate Lots. For further particulars and orders to view, apply to the Auctioneer, Gilwern and Crick- howell; or to j D. GIBSON HARRIS, Esq., Solicitor, Brynmawr and Ebbw Vale. Sales by Auction. -+- RAGLAN. About five minutes' walk from the Station. RENNIE" JONES are favoured with instructions from Messrs. Davies and Jones to arrange a SALE BY AUCTION, On THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1919, A Large Collection of AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, MACHINERY, PORTABLE ENGINES, CARTS, WAGONS, MOTOR-CARS, Etc., comprising Horse Rakes, Disc Harrows, Pulper, Turnip Cutter, Massey-Harris Cultivator, New Mowing Machine, New Ploughs, Sets of Baddins, etc., etc., 3-knife Albion Chaff Cutter for Power, 2-knife Bentall Chaff Cutter for Power, several Petrol and OOil Engines from ij to 6 h.p., New Trolley with end Dripples, Spring Trolley to carry'50 cwt' Trolley to carry'?o cwt., 3 Narrow Wheel Carts, i B.W. Cart, Wagonettes, Sets of Long and Short Harness, ARGYLE, OVERLAND, and FORD MOTOR-CARS; also a 6 h.p. CLAYTON PORTABLE ENGINE, and 8-h.p. POWIS ENGINE, many lots of Builders' Materials, &c. Sale at i o'dock. Auctioneers' Offices Monmouth, Newport, Chepstow and Usk. ABERGAVENNY, CRICKHOWELL, LONGfOWN AND TINTERN. IMPORTANT SALE OF VALUABLE FREE- HOLD BREWERY PREMISES, LICENSED HOUSES, OFF-LICENSES, MALT HOUSE, FREEHOLD DWELLING HOUSES AND COTTAGE. MESSRS.* NEWLAND, HUNT & WILLIAMS have received instructions from the Trustees of the late Thomas Delafield to offer for Sale by Auction at the ANGEL HottL, ABERGAVENNY^ on TUESDAY, 17th JUNE, 1919, at 2.30 o'clock in the Afternoon (subject to conditions of sale) Lot I.-The very Valuable Freehold Old- Established, Well Accustomed, Fully Equipped BREWERY PREMISES (Four quarter plant), Wine and Spirit Stores and Offices. The fully Licensed Inn, k.own as the KING'S ARMS," also the Shop, Warehouses, and Premises ad- joining (No. 27 Ncvill Street). Lot 2.—The Freehold Fully Licensed Inn, situate in the Ross Road, Abergavenny, and known as "MONMOUTHSHIRE HOUSE," together with Commodious and Substantial Warehouses and Garages also the Two Cottages Nos. 3 and 5 Ross Road. Lot 3.—The Compact and Well-arranged Freehold Malting House and Stores, with the valuable connection, Lower Monk Street,. Aber- gavenny. Lot 4.-The Freehold Dwelling House and Off-Beer Licence, known as AStON HOUSE," Union Road, Abergavenny. Lot 5.-The- Freehold Fully-licensed Premises, known as THE NEW INN," situate at Long- town, in the county of Hereford, together with 16 ACRES of MEADOW and PASTURE LAND. Lot 6.—The Freehold Fully-licensed Premises, situate at Tintern, and known as the CHERRY TREE INN." Lot 6a.—The convenient Dwelling-house and Grounds, known as GWYN HOUSE." Lot 7.—The Freehold Licensed Premises, known as THE PLOUGH INN," situate at Llangattock, Crickhowell. Lot 8.—The Leasehold Licensed Premises, known as the QFEEN'S HEAD," situate at Crickhowell. Lot 9.—The Leasehold Licensed Premises situate at Clydach, known as BELLE VUE." N,ote.-The whole of the above properties, being Lots Nos. i to 9 inclusive, will be offered first in one lot, and if not sold, will be offered in the lots as described. 4' Lot 10.- The Long Leasehold Shop and Premises, with Commodious Outbuildings, com- prising a Malthouse, Stable and Tailor's Shop, being No. 21 Nevill Street, Abergavenny. Lot ii i.- The Freehold Dwelling-house, Shop and Off-Licence, being No. 71 St. Helen's Road, Abergavenny. Lot 12.-The Convenient and Substantially Built Freehold Semi-detached Dwelling-house known as "ALBION HOUSE," No. 53 Union Road, Abergavenny. Lot 13.—The Commodious Dwelling-house and Freehold Cottages, being Nos. 7, 9 and 31 Tudor Street, and Nos. 1,23, and 4 Court B. Lot 14.—The Substantial Freehold Comer Shop and Dwelling-house, known as COM- MERCE HOUSE," being No. 150 St. Helen's Road also No. 148 St. Helen's Road, Aberga- venny. Lot 15.-The Three Substantial and Well- built Dwelling-houses, being Nos. 142, 144 and 146 St. Helen's Road, Abergavenny. Lot 16.—The Three Freehold Cottages, being Nos. 42, 44 and 46 Lower Monk Street, Aber- gavenny. Lot 17.—The Freehold Garden and Building Site, situate in Ross Road, adjoining the Mon- mouthshire House. Lot 18.-The Freehold Cottage situate at Chapel Hill, Tintern, known as GWYN COT- TAGE, together with the Orchard adjoining. Further particulars of Sale may be obtained from the Auctioneers, at 19 Commercial Street, Newport, or from J. R. Jacobs, Esq., Solicitor; Abergavenny. Miscellaneous. Monmouthshire Agricifttural Executive Committee. NOTICE TO FARMERS. I TRACTOR DRIVERS. t THE Food Production Department are i graining a number of Demobilised Soldiers as Tractor Drivers, and farmers wishing to engage such men are asked to immediately apply to the undersigned, giving particulars of wages offered, type or make of tractor, and what accommoda- tion, if any, exists for married or single men. J. RICE JONES, Secretary. 24 Bridge Street, Newport, Mon. NOTICE. I, FRED PALLISER, of Llan- genny, near Crickhowell, a Sapper in H.M. Forces, HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that I will not henceforth be responsible for any Debts or Liabilities whensoever or howsoever incurred by my wife, Mrs. Annie Palliser, at present living separate and apart from me at No. 55 Lower Monk Street, AbeVgavenny, AND I HEREBY expressly forbid her to pledge my credit in any way. Dated this 9th day of May, 1919. F. PALLISER. CRICKHOWELL* UNION. THE Guardians of the 'above Union require the services of a trained NURSE at their Workhouse at Llangattock, near Crickhowell. Candidates must possess the C.M.B. Certificate. Salary, /40 per annum, with residence, Rations and Washing, increasing annually by £ 2 10s. on approved service to a maximum of £ 50, plus War Bonus £ 13 per anAum and £ 5 for uniform at the end of each year's service. Candidates must be single women between 25 and 45 years of age. Applications, stating age, qualifications and experience, together with copies of three recent testimonials, must reach me not later than the 17th May. 1 THOS. VAUGHAN, Clerk to the Guardians. Union Offices, Crickhowell. NOTICE. ANYONE damaging the Walls or Fences, ?r? Playing Football or other games in CAE NITRE, Holywell Road, will be prosecuted. < Wanted. GOOD GENERAL Wanted to live in.-Apply Mrs. Flynn, Llanfoist Brewery House. WANTED, at once, a Day Girl.—Mrs. Denner, White Swan. WANTED, a good General, with reference— Apply Mrs. H. Edwards, No. i Flannel-street. WANTED, at once, good Woman for daily work. —Apply P.X., Chronicle Office. WANTED, an experienced General; plain cooking.—Apply C., Chronicle Office. WANTED, strong Boy for farm work.—Apply G. F. Baylis, Llangattock Lingoed. WANTED, Cook-General.—Apply Mrs. Bishop, Warwick House, Avenue-road, Abergavenny. EXPERIENCED Coat Hands Wanted.—Apply Thomas & Sons, Golden Fleece, Abergavenny. WANTED, good General: four in family, no children.—Mrs. Lewis, Glaslyn,Govilon LABOURERS Wanted.—Apply Foreman, J. G. Thomas & Sons, Glangrwyney Court. WANTED, a General Workman on Farm to J live in.—Apply W. C. Jones, The Pant Farm, Llanellen. WANTED, within a week, experienced General, with reference laundry sent out.-Apply The Old Bank House. WANTED by couple. Half a House, unfurnished, in good- locality at Abergavenny.—Apply R., Chronicle Office. INTELLIGENT APPRENTICE Wanted for the Printing Trade age 15 10. — Apply Chronicle Printing Works. WAGGONER Wanted, to live in or out. Also Second Waggoner.- -),pply J. Williams, Wem- gochen, Nr. Abergavenny. WANTED, respectable Person for Drapery Stall, Market, Tuesdays. Apply Chronicle Office, D. 59. RESPECTABLE Person Wanted as Help in small house, for a few months. -kpply Box 12, Chronicle Office. WANTED, a young Man to assist in Stores and drive horse on town delivery. -Apply to Messrs. Tutt & Son, Grocers. WANTED, immediately, Two Furnished or Unfurnished Rooms, without atten(lince.- Address, H.X., Chronicle Office. WANTED, Young Lady to learn Grocery Trade also smart Errand Boy.-Apply India & China Tea Coy., 63 Frogni ore- street. RESPECTABLE GIRL Wanted for Farmhouse one used to children.—Apply Mrs. Williams, Pentre Farm, Llantilio Pertholey. WANTED, Cook-General.—Apply M% Glen- dinning, Lyndhurst, Avenue-road, Aberga- venny. WANTED, respectable middle-aged Woman as Companion-Help to elderly couple. Apptv Mrs. Rees, Spring Cottage, Brynygwenin, Nr. Abergavenny. WANTED, beginning of June, in or close to Abergavenny, small Furnished House, for six months or longer. — Fisher. Ravenswood, Babbacombe-road, Torquay. WANTED, good strong General in farmhouse also respectable young Girl to look after children.—Apply Mrs. Evans, Penrose Farm, Nr. Abergavenny. WANTED, Housemaid good reference two in family.—Apply Mrs. Lawson, Mardy Park, Abergavenny. WANTED, Married Man as Waggoner splendid cottage and garden on roadside good wages to suitable man.-—Apply F.G. 'Powell, Thorn- berry, Bettws Newydd, Usk. WANTED, Second-hand Pianos and Organs, for cash. Best prices given-Send card to Heins & Co., Ltd., The All-British Firm, 23 Frog- more-street, Abergavenny. COMPETENT Man seeks Work, General Build- ing Repairs; day or piece work.-Clarke, Woodland Cottage, Llanvihangel Gobion, Abergavenny. WANTED, at once, an experienced General, or Working Housekeeper good reference re- quired.—Apply Mrs. Harrison Hall, 68 Frog- more street, 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, a Steward' to look after the Social Rooms of Y.M.C.A. Must be reliable. A Discharged or Disabled Soldier preferred. Reasonable remuneration ofiered.-Apply, T. Beveridge (Hon. Sec.), Clevedon Cottage, Chapel-road. • WANTED, You to Invest 4s. on i Dozen Out- door Tomato Plants. They will produce 50lô. fruit worth is. lb. from August to Septem- ber. Practical cultural advice given.—Percy Fraser, Frogmore-street. WANTED, Cook-General, or General with some knowledge of cooking; good reference essential; £ 26— £ 28 comfortable home, small family, good outings.—Apply Cauteret, Englishcombe Lane, Bath. WANTED, experienced Driver for Austin Motor Lorry. Permanent position for suitable man. Must do running repairs.—Apply J. G. Thomas and Sons, Builders, Abergavenny. *Lost or Strayed. LOST, Gold and Opal Scarf Pin. £ 5 Reward on returning it to the Police Station. To Let. — COTTAGE and Garden to Let, at Llanellen.— Apply Jones, Bridge Farm, Llanellen. Miscellaneous. WILL MR. BISSETT, of Abergavenny, late yy of the 703rd Labour Corps, kindly com- municate with Mrs. Bond, 38 South Market St., Newport, Mon. Abergavenny and District Licensed Victuallers' Association. AN IMPORTANT MEETING will be held at THE KING'S HEAD, Aber- gavenny, on MONDAY Evening Next, at 7.30 o'clock. All Members of the Trade are asked to make a special effort to attend in support of meeting held on Wednesday last. BUSINESS IMPORTANT. W. M. CHADWICK, Hon. Sec. For Sale. GARDEN BARROWS, Ladders, Carts-, Gambos, &c.—Watkins, Wheelwright; Mardy, Mon. TEA. TEA. Brooke Bonds. Agent Turner, 24 Ross Road. FOR SALE, Two-year-old good bred Hereford Bull.—R. Davies, New House Farm, Llanvair, Nr. Abergavenny. SEED POTATOES for Sale, Up-to-date Apply R. James, Pen-y-dre, Llanvihangel, Abergavenny. M_ POULTRY Wire Netting, Houses, Hurdles 9ft. and 12ft. boarded and wired, Galvanized Sheets, for Sale.Ilajor Herbert, Ty-Cwyn, Raglan. FOR SALE, Early Cauliflower. Early Tomato, Also Craig Onions, Asters, Stocks, Pansies, Chrysanthemums, Coreopsis, Carnations, Pinks.—Percy Fraser, The Seed Stores. PIANOFORTE for Sale. Brilliant tone Modern Upright. Iron frame, Check action. Bargain. Also small Brooklin Organ, at low price.— Harris, Pianoforte Tuner, King-street. FOR SALE.—To be Sold by Private Treaty, Three Leasehold Cottages, Nos. 52, 54 & 56, Victoria Street.-Apply in first instance to Messrs. Foster & Hill, Contractors, Aberga- venny. SIJTTINGS of pure-bred Indian Runner Ducks good laying strain 7/6.—Nott, The Farm, Cwmyoy, Abergavenny. WANTED, you to know Seed Potatoes arc now scarce. I have last consignment for the season -4 tons King Edward, l- ton Up-to- Date, ton Ally, 0 ton Templas. v ton Arran Chief-direct from the grower.—Percv Fraser. Seedsman. FOR SALE by private treaty, Three Freehold Cottages, called Woodland Cottages," at Llanthewy Rhytherch, with excellent gardens. The property is in good repair.—For particu- lars, apply to J. Reginald Jacob, Solicitor,, Abergavenny. CART HORSE, 16.2 hands, 8 vears; Van Horse, 16 hands, 6 years Harness Horse, 15 hands, 6 years; Very Smart Pony, 13 hands, 7 years, suitable for governess car. Above horses are suitable for Farmers, Market Gardeners, Contractors, Carriers, etc. All warranted. 21 days' free trial allowed.— Contractor, 2 Walton Crescent, Oxford. RATS, MICE, MOLES, COCKROACHES and BEETLES greedily eat Harrison's Reliable Rat Poison. Cats and Dogs will not touch it. Vermin dry up and leave no smell. Price (xl., IS.p2- 3d., and 3s. 8d. postage 2d.—G. W. HARRISON, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agent for Abergavennv H. Shackleton, Chemist, 9, Cross-street. Bryn- iiiawr A. M. Jones, Chemist, 74 King-street. Crickhowell Kirkland. TILL MAY IS OUT. Keep XOSTROUXK Nasal Specific handy. The prevalence of Head Colds, Nosal Catarrh, Influenza, and Sore Throat makes this remedy invaluable in every home for Prevention and Cure. Never be without it Of leading Chemists every- where 1/3 (by post 1/5). Sold bv H. T. T. Roberts, 56 Frogmore-st., H. Shackleton, 9 Cross-st., R. M. Williams, 51 Cross-st., Aber- gavenny; T. B. Dougall, Bethcar-st., A. Williams, Church-st., Ebbw Vale. GREY HAIR permanently and speedily re- stored to its original 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. Miscellaneous. CHRISTADELPHIAN HALL, LION STREET, ABERGAVENNY, SUNDAY NEXT, MAY 11th, 1919, At 6 o'clock (Please note alteration of time). Speaker: Mr. F. G. LANDER, Newport Subject: "A VITAL QUESTION." Do ypu believe the Gospel of the Kingdom of God, as preacheu by Christ and his Apostles ? A knowledge of which Is I essential to Salvation. I COME AND HEAR AND JUDGE FOR YOURSELF. SEATS ARE FREE, AND No COLLECTION. SEEDS! SEEDS that GROW. BEST STOCKS PROCURABLE. Potatoes* Potatoes. Nearly 40 Tons of the following Selected Seed in stock:— Sharpe's Express, May Queen, Midlothian Early, Duke of York, Myatt's Ashleaf, Veitche's Ashleaf, Suttons' Ringleader, Sharpe's Victor, Ninetyfold, Lady Llewellyn, Arran Chief, Up-to- Date, The Factor, King Edward, Windsor Castle, &c. Immune Varieties-Edzell Blue, King George, Seat Scot, AHy, Majestic, Kirr's Pink, rinww Hection, Dargill Early, White City, Golden Wonder, Templar. SHALLOTS, ARTICHOKES, TRIPOLI ONIONS CABBAGE PLANTS, CUCUMBER & TOMATO PLANTS. I> Special quotation for large quantities. EETHB LARGEST STOCKS IN SOUTH WALUS. HENRY PITT, F.R.H.S., Seedsman and Nurseryman, Brecon Road Nursery, ABERGAVENNY. FOR PURE HOME BREWED ALES AND STOUT, WINES AND SPIRITS t-TRY- THOMAS DELAFIELD, KINGS ARMS, ABERGAVENNY. Miscellaneous. COLISEUM ABERGAVENNY. Telephone 33. MANAGING DIBECTOB RICHARD DOONER. RESIDENT MANAGER: W. H. WALLER. MONDAY, TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY CREIGHTON HALE & GLADYS HULETTE present "FOR SALE." A Very Beautiful Screen Drama in H Acts of Exceptional Merit. Chapter 2: "MACISTE." The Super Serial. CHARLIE CHAPLIN in "THE RINK." PATHE GAZETTE and WEEKLY PICTORIAL. THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY: ENID BENNETT presents "The Greatest Show on Earth." A Five-Reel Picture of Magnificent Settings; Chapter 16: THE HOUSE OF HATE." FATTY ARBUCKLE in "THE COOKr" Two-Reel Comedy. 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. SEEDS!! SEEDS!! SEEDS!! RELIABLE AND REASONABLE. WE PURCHASE DIRECT from the MOST W RELIABLE GROWERS in the Country. AGRICULTURAL SEEDS. SWEDE, MANGEL, TURNIP, &c. All leading Varieties in stock. VEGETABLE PLANTS. CAULIFLOWER, CABBAGE, AILSA CRAIG ONION PLANTS, ONION SETS, TOMATO PLANTS, &c., in variety. SUPERPHOSPHATES, WITH'S UNIVERSAL MANURE, &c. JEFFREYS & SON, The RELIABLE SEEDSMEN, ABERGAVENNY A PUBLIC MEETING will be held at the Skirrid Mountain Inn, J lau vihangel Crucorney, on Saturday, May 17th, at 7.30 p.m., to consider the suggestion of Reviving the Meeting of Pandy & Monnowside Ploughing and Agricultural Society. JOHN LEWIS, Hon. See. PRELIMINARY ANNO UNCEMENT Visit of Child Welfare and Health Travelling Exhibition. to be held in THE DRILL HALL, ABERGAVENNY, On JUNE 10th, 11th and 12th. LECTURES AND DEMONSTRATIONS. PEACE ASSURED. For All with Itching Eczema. yOU, R SKIN won't itch if you use INOLAK. JL Every scale or pimple will disappear. INOLAK gives instant relief and certain cure. INOLAK draws all impurities out of your skin, kills germs of disease. But does not stain, burn or sting. Think of it !—no more itching-no more .skin trouble. Have peace to-day. Get INOLAK, 1/3, 3/ 5/ of ROBERTS, Chemist, Frogmore Street, Abergavenny, and Chemists everywhere. ABERGAVENNY WHITSUNTIDE ATTRACTIONS. Flying Exhibition. Passenger Flights. MONDAY, TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY. Five minutes flight, 10/6 10 minutes, £ 1 is. 20 minutes, £2 2$. Applications for flights must be made to the Secretary, with remittance, stating the day flight is desired. Passengers will be taken according to the order of booking. Great Sports Meeting. BAILEY PARK, WHIT-TUESDAY. 120 Yards Handicap,. $30. Also 80, 300, Boys Hurdle and Obstacle Races. Entry Forms from Secretary. Grand Variety Fetes. At the CASTLE, WHIT-MONDAY & TUESDAY. See special announcements. Sec. GEO, HARRIS, Albany Lodge. SUTTON'S SEEDS. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY SEEDS FOR THE £100 PRIZE! FOR ROOTS, 1919. Prizewinners 1918 Lord Glanusk and Mr. J. Thomas, Kiverknoll Farm, Tram Inn. These Seeds were supplied byjheir LOCAL AGENT: R. D. JONES, "I GOVILON.