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Sales by Auction. AGRtCULTURAL SALE FIXTURES. SEPT. Abergavenny Annual Sheep Sate. SEPT.i- EwiasHaro!d do. do SEPT. 18- Cefn'lyglwyd Dispersal Sale. SEPT. 25 Fair Day Sale or Pedigree Rams OCT. Prize Colt Sale and Shúw. OCT. 2—Great House Dispersal Sale OCT. ()-Penishyplwydd Dispersal Sale OCT. r*i-, I LIansaintfraed Dispersal Sale OcT, 23 (rnwtield Dispersal Sale. QCT. 31 Pw!!yrhwyaed Dispersal Sa!e. Later Sa!e Fixtures to be aimc.uriced. J. STRAKER, SOM & CHADWtCK. CASTLE STREET. ABERGAVENNY J. STRAKER, SOM & CHADWtCK, F.A.I., will Sell for Mr. Bowen (who ts lea\ ;:1) his HOUSEHOLD FURMtTURE On FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER ijth. ABERGAVENNY FAIR DAY J. STRAKER, SOM & CHADWtCK, F.A.t, will Sell by Auction 15 OXFORD DOWN RAMS the property of E. White, Esq- 15 KERRY HtLL RAMS the property of D. Bowen, Esq. Pedigrees on application. REMOVED To THE MARKET HALL FROM THE COTTAGE, HEREFORD ROAD, ABERGAVEN-N-Y Under instructions from Lewis J. Morgan, Esq. IMPORTANT UNRESERVED SALE OF THE EXCELLENT FURNISHINGS ON FRIDAY, AUGUST 29th, 191) Comprising A FEW OUTDOOR AND GARDEN EFFECTS Garden Roll, L'awn Mower, &r &c. THE KITCHEN & OFFICE EFFECTS including Vacuum Cleaner. VALUABLE HALL, DINING & DRAWING ROOM FURNITURE Weather Glass. Pembroke Tables. Mahogany Chinonniere, Extending Oak Dining Table, Easy Chairs in Walnut, Six Mahogany-framed Dining Room Chairs, Bronzes, Oils, Mahogany Dinner Waggou, Carpets, Rugs, Copper and Brass Curbs, Revolving Bookcase, Chesterneld, Wilton Pile Carpets, 4 yds. x 4 yds., Loo Tables, Writing Tables, Octagonal and other Occasional TaMes. Curtains. Moreland Print, &c., &c., Velvet Pile Stair Carpet, &c..&c. HANDSOME BEDROOM FURNITURE Satin Walnut Tables, Wicker Chairs. Over- mantels. Toilet Ware, Bookshelves.- Linen Baskets. Pedestal Cupboards, Mahogany Toilet Glasses, 7tt. Satin Walnut Sutte, Chests, Fenders Brass and Iron Bedsteads, &c., &c. Very Fine Winged Wardrobe in Mahogany, with Bevel Plate Mirrors and numerous other effects also SiXGLE WAKDROBE. WHICH J. STRAKER, SON & CHADWICK, F.A.I. will Sell by Auction as above. Sale at 2 o'clock sharp. Terms, Cash. Auctioneers' Omces AbergavenDy. PREUML- AR Y. PARISH OF LLANTILIO PERTHOLEY. J. STRAKER, SON & CHADWtCK, F.A.I., will offer by Auction in September next the FREEHOLD SMALL HOLDING known as CAP-CLAS, containing 9a. 2r. Op. (or there- abouts), with possession in February next. and now let to Mrs. Morgan at the Annual Rental of lIS, Particulars from the Auctioneers, or of T. VAUGHAN. Es<2, Solicitor, Crickhowe! CRICKHOWELL. THURSDAY, AUGUST 28th. J. STRAKER, SOM & CHADWtCK, F.A.I., arc instructed to remove from GLIFFAES and Sell by Auction the Whole of the POULTRY APPLIANCES including a number of Portable Fowl-houses, &c I Sale at T jo. Auctioneers' Omces herg'a ,enny Crick- hot/ell. LIVE STOCK ORDER. INCREASES. The existing 4/- per ewt on Cattle will continue during September. The present D.W increase at One Penny a [h. will be reduced to 3/4 during September. The New Increases for Sheep and Cattle will be given in due course as and from November W. M CHADWICK, Deputy Chairman L.S.A.C. FORTHCOMING AUTUMN SALE FIXTURES BY MONTAGUE HARRIS, F.A.I. TREVOLLOG FARM, Cwmyoy. for Mr. E. Jenkins. i/th September, 1919. GREAT CAMPSTONE, Grosmont, tor Mr. 11. Emery, igth September, i9t9. QUARRELLS GREEN, Abbeydore, for Mr. W. Addis, i8th September, 1919. GREAT CEFN, Llanvihangel, for Mr. D. Ed- wards, 22nd September; 1919. YSPITTY FARM, Abergavenny, for Mr. \V. Bruten, ist Octcber, 1919. WILMASTON, Peterchurch, lor Mr. A. E. Gocdwin, 2nd October, igig. PENTRE FARM, Abergavenny, for Mr. T. Nicholls, ird October, 1919. LLANTHONY COURT, Cwmyoy, for Mr. J Gwillim, Sth October, 1919. FIRS FARM, Olchan, for Mr. S. Watidus, iuth October, 1919. ROAD FARM, Crasswa!], for Mr. G, Watkins, 15th OtTtobpr, IglQ. TYDU FARM, IJanarth, ;'Jf Mrs. Morgau, 20th October, 1919. MILI. FAR.vf, Uantmio, icr Mr. Watts. Date I not fixed. PEN-Y-BAIR FARM, PARTRISHOW, tor Mr. James Davies, :.qth October, 1919. LOWER TRESENNY, GROSMONT, for Mr. Thomas Farr, 30th October, 1919 Other Sales in course of arrangement, details sud dates of which will shortly be announced. COAL PIT FARM, Forest Coal Pit, for Mr. John Pritchard, nth September, 1919. VOWCHURCH, HEREFORDSHIRE. MR. MONTAGUE HARRtS, F.A.t., has been hi structed to Sell by Auction, at the BouGHToN ARMS HOTEL, PETERCEHJRCH, on MONDAY. i8th AUGUST, 1919, nt 2 p.m. precisely (subject to Condidons of Sale) ALL THAT PreehoMShop, Dwelling house & premises walled and known as COMMERCE HOUSE, VU' chnrch together with the GOODWILL OF AN EXTENSIVE BUSINESS consisting of an OFF- LICENCE for the Sale of Beer, Wholesale and Retail and an excellent GROCERY BUSINESS, which was for so many years earned on so successfully- by the late Mr. Smith, and latterly by Mr. Ware and Messrs. Thomas and Booker, and which now comes into the market owing to the death of one of the partners. For full particulars apply to the auctioneer, ¡\bergavennj; or to the Vendor's Solicitor MR. S. W. WATKINS Pontrilas. COAL PIT FARM, FOREST COAL PIT. IM'PORTANT SALE OF LIVE & DEAD FARMING STOCK, FURNITURE AND EFFECTS on THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER nth. i')i9, by instructions from Mr. Jt.hii Pritch2rd, who is giving up farming. MONTAGUE HARRIS, F.A.I., Abergavenny. BAY COTTAGE, LLAXVIHA,GEL (RUCOR..Y!Y. SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS on THURSDAY, 2Sth AUGUST, ? 1919, by instructions from P.O. Blunt, who is J 'J retiring. MONTAGUE HARRIS, F.A.I., Abergavenny. Sales by Auction. MONMOUTHSHIRE. PARISH OF LLANTILLIO PERTHOLEY. VatuaMe Freehold Farms For Sale. MR. MONTAGUEVHARRtS, F.A.t., has been instructed to Sell by Auction at the AxGEl. HoTKr., ABFRC..iVF,NY, on TUESDAY, the ::uth AUGUST, 1919, at 3 p.m., subject to Conditions of Sale, in Two Lots, the under- mentioned VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTIES J namely Lor i.—All that Valuable FREEHOLD FARM called and known as LLANDtLO FARM, situate as above and containing in all 37 ACTOS (or thereabouts), with suitable House and Buildings, and now in the occupation of Mr. Lewis Williams as tenant. LOT 2.—AU that Valuable FREEHOLD FARM called and known as LOWER PANT FARM, situate as above and containing in all 100 Acres (or thereabouts), with substantial House and Buildings, and being in the occupa- tion of Mr. Thomas Lewis as tenant. For further particulars, with plans, apply to the Auctioneer, Abergavenny or to the Vendor's Solicitors MESSRS. GABB & WALFORD, Abergavenny. MARDY. NHAR. ABERGAVEXXY. SALE OF A DESIRABLE FULLY-LICEXSED ROADSIDE INN, WITH LAND. MR. MONTAGUE HARRIS, F.A.t., has been instructed to Sell by Auction at the -k-NGF-,L HoTHr., -kBl-,RGAIrF,-N-NY, on TUESDAY, the 21jth AUGUST, 1919, at 3 p.m., precisely '.subject to Conditions of Sate), ALL THAT FREEHOLD ROADSIDE !NM situate as above and called and known as NEW tNN together with the THREE COTTAGES AND GARDENS and the TWO ENCLOSURES OF CAPITAL MEADOW LAND containing in all j} Acres (or thereabouts), and now in the occupation of Mr. M. Wagstaff. F'or further particulars and orders to view, apply to the Auctioneer, Abergavenny or to the Vendor's Solicitors MESSRS. HUMFRYS & SYMONDS, Hereford. LLAXWEXARTH ULTRA, MOX, VALUABLE FREEHOLD FARM FOR SALE. MR. MONTAGUE HARRIS, F.A.t., has been in- structed to Sell by Auction at the .>L'1GET., HoTKr., Am.RCAVEXXY, on TUESDAY, 26th AUGUST, i9K), at 3 p.m., in Two Lots (subject to Conditions of Sale), the Valuable FREEHOLD FARM situate as above and known as GARXDYRRIS FARM. with suit' able House and Buildings, and containing in all an area of 55 Acres 'or thereabouts, with a Valuable Sheep Run <n the adjoining Moun" taiu. The Mines and Miu<rn!s are included in this sale. For further particulars and orders to view, apptv t" the Auctioneer. Aberi;avcnnv or to MR. THOMAS VAUGHAN, Solicitor, Crickhowell. THE GREIG, GROSMONT. VALUABLE COTTAGE & LAXD FOR SALE. MR. MONTAGUE HARRIS, F.A.I., has been instructed to offer for Sale at the HoTK! ABHRCAVEXKV. on TUESDAY, 2(-Ith AUGUST, 1919. at 3 p.m., subject to Con- ditions of Sale, All that VALUABLE Freehotd Cottage, Garden and Lands situate as above, and now in the occupation of Mr. John Preece as tenant. For further particulars, apply to the Auc- tioneer. Abergavenny or to Messrs. RL'Tl.AXUS & T\VLOR, Solicitors, High Wycombe. CLODOCK AND WALTERSTOXE, HKRni'ORDSMIRK. MR. MONTAGUE HARRIS, F.A.t., has been instructed to Sell by Auction at the AxC!:r. HoTHL, 'ABERG.\VEX:Y, on TUESDAY, the 26th AUGUST, 1919, at 3 p.m., subject to ) Conditions of Sale, All that VALUABLE ) FREEHOLD FARM called and known as WELSH HUNT-HOUSE. situate as above and containing an area of 135 Acres (or thereabouts), with superior Resi- dence and Buildings, the whole now being in the occupation of Mr. J. F. Edwards as yearly tenant. For further particulars 'apply to the Auc- tioneer. Abergavenuy; or to the Vendor's Solicitors MESSRS. HUMFRYS & SYMONDS. Hereford. AVONIA HOUSE, GILWERN. MR. ARTHUR J. THOMAS, by instructions from the Representatives of the late Mr. A. E. Easthope. will Sell bv Auction as above on WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2¡th, 1919, the whole of the HOUSEHOLD FURNtTURE AND EFFECTS Steel Fender and Fire-tools. Ash Preventers, Book Shelf, Rocking Chair, Stained Table, Ma- hogany Dining Suite of Easy, 4 Small Chairs and Sofa Ornaments. Oil Paintings, Pictures, Linoleum. Walnut Dining Suite (Saddlebag) of Lady's and (cent's Easy Chairs, 4 Small Chairs and Sofa Three Cases Stuffed Birds. Mahognay Table, Bamboo Umbrella Stand, Walnut-frame Overmantel, Hearthrugs, Brass Fire Curb and Tools, Walnut Frame Ptano John pellcer & Co., London), Japanned Coal Vase, Quantity of Tea and other Ware, Pier Glass (gilt frame), Lace and other Curtains, Quantity of Glass, Cutlery, Mahogany and other Curtain Poles and Rings, Walnut Umbrella Stand, Antlered Stag's Head. Pair Buffalo IIorus, Stair Carpet, Bamboo Table, Brass-rail and Iron Bedsteads, Palliasses, Duchess Dressing Table, Marble Slab Washstand and Two Chairs, Stained Chest 5 Drawers, Ma- hogany Commode Furnished, Bed Pan, Three Feather Beds, Oak Chest 5 drawers, Large Tool Chests, Two Marble Slab Washstands, Swing Toilet Glasses, Dressing Tables, Three Bedroom Chairs, Towel Rails, Toilet Ware, 12-bore Hammertess Sporting Gun in Leather Case (Lincoln Jeffries), Mangle. Zinc Baths. Deal Table, Saucepans, Kettles, Quantity of Tools, &c. Goods on view Morning of Sale. Sale to commence 2,30 p.m. prompt. Terms. Cash. Auctioneer .s Omces Gilwern & Crickhowell. LLANTILIO CROSSENNV, MONMOUTH- SHIRE. HlC!:r.V IMPORTANT SALE OF A VAI.UABHE FREEHOLD FARM which DAMP!ER, FOOTITT & BENNETT have been favoured with instructions from the Charity Commission to Sell by Auction, at the THREE SALMONS HOTEL, LLANTILIO CROSSENNY, on WEDNESDAY, 27th AUGUST, 1919, at o o'clock in the Evening (subject to Conditions of Sale to be then read), All that VALUABLE FREEHOLD PASTURE FARM WITH OUTBUILDINGS, situate and known as THE COURT FARM, UantHio Crossenny, about .S miles from the Market Towns of Aber- gavenny and Monmouth. containing in all 72a. 2r.*21p. (more or less) of GOOD GRAZING LAND (which is well watered) The Outbuildings comprise Two-bay Barn, I Open Yard, 2 Open Sheds, and Stabling for Three Horses. I The whole is in tlie occupation of Mr. W. Dibic Lane, of The White, LIanvetherme, Nr. Abcrgaveniiy, at the Rent of [,i)O per annum. The Tithe Rent Charge paid last Half-year was ?.5 7s. Gd and the Laud Tax paid last yer:r was {I 7s. 4d. The Tenant is under notice to quit, which expires on the 2nd February, 1920. For further particulars, plan, and orders to view, apply to the Auctioneers, Palace Chambers, Ross or to MESSRS. W. H. & F. S. COLEINS, Solicitors, Ross. Sales by Auction. USK. CROSS KEYS HOTEL. GENUINE UNRESERVED SALE OF THE HOTEL FURNISHINGS being THE OAK FURNISHINGS, ETC., OF DiXIXG ROOM, including a very nne Marble-tup Bureau-Toilette. with gilt bronze mountings in marqueterie of various wood. probably by Oeben, second half of the XVIII. Century. CONTENTS or SMOKE ROOM, COFFEE ROOM, DOMESTIC OFFICES & BEDROOMS. TWO MOTOR-CARS. j AUTOMATIC PIANO, CHINA, GLASS. 50 Head ot PeuMry. which DAVIS & SONS have been instructed by Mr. E. H. Williams, who is leaving (in consequence of the Hotel being disposed of), to Sell by Auction, upon the premises, on \VEl)ESDXY, AUGUST 27, ioio, At 2 o'clock prompt. For further particulars, apply 26, Stow Hill, Newport. Tel. 2815. Magor House, Usk. Tel. S. Wanted. QUANTITY of Summer Dresses for Sale good condition.—Mrs. Williams, Wardrobe Dealer. WANTED, Benchman on Boot Repairs also Youth as Apprentice.—Taylor, Castle-street. EXPERIENCED GENERAL one in family lahndry sent out.—Beechcroft, Harold-road, Abergavenny. WANTED, nice Girl, just leaving school, to mind one child in the mornings. — Apply B., Chronicle Onice. WANTED, immediately, a young Lady Ap- prentice for Cash and Books.—Apply W. H. Butt, Clothier, High-street, Abergavenny. BEDROOM or a Combined Room Required with respectable people bv widower. -Address by letter W., Chronicle Omce. COOK-GENERAL Wanted: wages, {.35; two other maids kept. —Reply to Mrs. Bond, Clifton Cross, Ashbourne. WANTED, good General. References required. -Apply Mrs. Bull, Pen-y-val, Hereford-road, Abergavenny. WANTED, Apprentices to the Drapery Trade, immediately.— Apply Thomas & Sons, Golden Fleece, Abergavmny. WANTED, Second-hand Pianos and Organs, for cash. Best prices given.—Send card to Hems & Co., Ltd., The All-British Firm, 23 Frog- more-street, Abergavenny. < HOUSE-PARLOURMAID Wanted. Good wages. Housemaid kept two in family foilr servants.—Apply Mrs. Beckwith, Moor Park. CrickhoweH. WANTED, in Abergavenny, homely FurnishLd Apartments for Lady and one Girl (6 years). near centre of town (in business). Write particulars, Box 100. Chronicle Omce. WANTED, a House, or Two or Three Un- furnished Rooms, by young married couple no children. -Apply Quiet," "Chronicle Omce. 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. Lost or Strayed. LOST, on Friday, July 25th, Two White Fantail Pigeons, from Police Station, LIanvihangeI Crucomey. Finder rewarded. Information to Police. STRAYED to Brunant, Gilwern, Welsh Ewe and Cross-bred Y<amb ear mark, slope over right and notch under, slope under the !eft. If not claimed within i { days will be sold. Morgan. STRAYED to The Farm. Cwmyoy, early in July, Ewe and Lamb. Ewe pitched J.W. on both sides Iamb, two bars across crup.— Owner can have same by paying expenses. If not claimed within seven days will be sold. For Sale.   FRYPANS -BAKESTONES at C. R. Boundy's. _M_- GARDEN BARROWS, Ladders, Carts, Gambos, &c.—Watkins, Wheelwright, Mardy, Mon 400 GALLONS of good Cider for Sale. Apply Mrs. Morgan, Tydu, LIanarth, Raglan. FRUIT BOTTLES-2!b, 3tb, 41õ-8/6, 10/6, 1216 doxen.—G.R. Boundy, Abergavenny. FOR SALE, an Orchard of Fruit—Apples and Pears.—Domooy, Mansion, L!anvaplev. 120 ACRES of good Shooting to Let, between Abergavenny and Monmouth.-Address L.C., Chronicle Onice. ROOFING FELT at G. R. Boundy's. FOR SALE,, good Piano (Duck and Pinker, Bath). Iron Frame, £35. Can be seen at 4, Lion-street, Abergavenny. PIG POTATOES.—Five Tons sound dry goods, £4 ics. per ton. Now due Abergavenny G.W.R. -Pratts Mills, LIanvapley, Aber- gavenny. FOR SALE, White Runner Ducks (Taylor's strain) early hatched 12/6 each.—Miss Agatha Mather- Jackson, Llantilio, Aberga- vennv. BIRDS reared on Karswood Spice from the start give far better results than others, and produce better progeny." So says Mr. Hard- wicke, a Bristol expert, who Is known the world over. 1/3.—Jenfreys 1cl.,1 3- j effreys & Son, Corn Merchants, Frogmore Stores, I Abergavenny. ROOFING PAINT at G. R. Boundy's. 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. FOR PICNICS try the Anglo-French Fire, at G. R. Boundy's, 22 Frogmore-street. 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 6d., is., 2s. 3d., and 3s. 8d. postage 2d.—G. W. HARRISON, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agent for- Abergavenny H. Shackleton, Chemist, 9, Cross-street. Bryn- mawr A. M. Jones, Chemist, 74 King-street. Crickhowc.11 Kirkland TO DOG FANCIERS. SOLDIER Demobilised, Expert with Dogs in War and Peace. Airedales bred, trained, and taken out to the Western Front by me, were the first draft of War Dogs for the Great War Can now arrange with any Lady or Gentleman to prepare, condition, train or handle their Dogs for any Exhibition, or to care for Valuable Dogs during Owners' absence from home Treatment and Advice given in all/liscases of Dogs Airedales always for Sale and at Stud. Purchases and Ex- changes undertaken of All Breeds Young Airedales trained for Police work, on deposit order of two months,{ro each Puppies from 12 upwards —E PRITCHARD, Tump House, I Ffwddog, Crickhowell Miscellaneous. OPPOSITE BANK HOUSE ARMY BOOTS NEW 1919 PATTERN 500 Pairs to select from in 4. 5, & 6 Fitting, and 5 to 12 in Sizes. The only Store that supplied the 3rd Mons. in 1914. lax:t 9 2 HIGH sir, ????T?C-r?'i?Cn?? ?TE'? ? ??tEL ??CBB? L 2AbHe!rGgH avenny BOROUGH OF ABERGAVENMY. PROPOSED RECOGNITION OF OFFICERS AND EX-SERVICE MEN. A JOINT COMMITTEE of the TOWN /A COUNCIL and PEACE CELEBRA- TIONS COMMITTEE are entertaining all Ex- Service OJicers and Men to a DINNER AND SMOKING CONCERT to be held in the Market Hall on Saturday, August 23rd, and to present an Illuminated Address of Thanks to them. The Committee therefore invite SUBSCRIP- TIONS for this object, which may be sent to me or to the Town Clerk. A hearty response to this Appeal is kindly requested, so that immediate steps may be taken to carry out this object. Z. WHEATLEY, MAYOR. Town Hall, Abergavenny, 25th July, 1919. SUBSCRIPTIONS ALREADY PROMISED OR REM)VED. Football War Relief Committee 0 o o The Mayor (Aid. Z. Wheatley, J.P.).. 3 3 o Mrs. Scott 5 0 0 Abergavenny Chronicle 5 00 Mr. D. Scott 2 0 0 Major-GenI. Solly-Flood; D.S.O. 500 Mr. T. W. Beveridge 500 Mr. Fred Mills, D.L. 5 0 0 Dr. and Mrs. Humphrys o Mr. A. 0. Whitehead 2 0 0 Mr. C. 0. Cotton 2 0 0 Mr. Basil Evans o 10 o Mr. R. Workman 0 10 0 Messrs. Davies& Co. (Mr. G.Coodwin) 2 o o Mr. J. D. Gill 1 1 0 Mr. A. M. Da vies, 18 North-street 100 Mr. James 0 2 0 Mr. E. Denner o 10 6 Mr. John Prichard 2 0 0 Col. W. D. Steel, J.P. 5 0 0 Mr. E. Howard Davies 2 2 0 Councillor G. R. Plowman (Deputy Mayor) .33 0 Mr. W. H. Hopwood (Town Clerk) 220 Mr W- Llewellin i i o Col. Morrel! 5 0 0 Mr. H. Gething, Coed GIas 500 Mr. A. V. Whitehead, Linda Yista ..200 Mr. Berry (Boot Shop) t i o Mr. T. S. Foster, Asthal House I 1 o Mr. Trevor Jones, Bank House 500 Mr. Albert GriSiths, Monk-street ..0 5 0 Col. Wm. Williams, J.P. 3 ,) o Lt.-CoI. B. Herbert, Trebencyn 500 Mr. Edwin Davies, Harringhav Villa.. i i o H.W.B. o 10 o Mr. 1. J. Ross, Baker-street r t o Mr.F. J.P.Hanbury,D.L.. J.P. 5 () o Mr. H. PoweII, North Western Hotel.. 220 Mrs. Denner, White Swan Hotel o 10 u Mr. Alfred Williams (St. Aryans) i i o The Fathers of Soldiers and Sailors who have lost their lives are also requested to register their names at the Town Hall. COLJSEUM ABERGAVENNY Telephone 33. MANAaiNo DiBucTOB RICHARD DOONER. RESIDENT MANAGER: W. H. WAY-1 ER. MONDAY, TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY: MR. LOGAN, U.S.A. Featuring TOM MtX. A Drama of Grim Duty weighed against Love. T!H MtNH. Chapter 3. Featuring REME CRESTE. HIS SMOTHERED LOVE Two Reels of Laughter. .PATHE GAZETTE (changed twice weekly) also WEEKLY PICTORIAL. THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY: RtDERS OF THE PURPLE SAGE. A Stirring Dramatic Story featuring WtLLtAM FARNUM. ADVENTURES AMONG THE CAN- N!BALS. Chapter 2. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson's first introduction to the Man-eating Tribes. "MYSTERY OF THE DOUBLE X," Chapter 12. Featuring MOLLIE KING. THAT N!GHT A Two-Reel Comedy. REVISED PRICES: Adulta. 5d., 9d. and I/ Children admitted on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday at half-pricp (\vith parents). Children's Matinee on Saturdays. Admission 2d. Doors cpen at 7. Commence 7.45. Saturday at6.30a.ud 8.30 p.m. Matinee: Tuesday and Saturday at 2.30. to THE ? ? ? STUFP ? DO YOU COOD. D f I }'l1'!i .Æ'i > tw¡ l il" I tJ MIRACULOUS CHEST COUGH AMD LUrit HEALER Will tmmecUatdy <rre*t the course of the dtjMtM and cuard agaln8t all ill Prices, 1/3 and < of all Ch«*Mt< <UMt Storw*. tf difficult to obtain send direct etc!o<ing 1/6 ttf M 80 the Sole Proprietors: CLDEAKtN&HUQHES, I TtM lnftmmatioq RemedtM Ce., BlAENAYOL "THE BREATH OF HFE.' BOROUGH THEATRE. FRtDAY & SATURDAY, AUGUST 22rd & 23rd, Two Nights Onty THE IRRESISTIBLE "MARMADUKE." A NEW FARCICAL COMEDY by ERNEST DEXNY (Author of Ail-of-a-Sudden Peggy "), direct from the Haymarket Theatre, London. MONDAY, TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 25, 26 & 27. ENORMOUS ATTRACTION FIRST TIME OUT OF LONDON STAFFORD & WOODWARD, in conjunction with ALFRED BUTT and OwEX NARES present THE HOUSE OF PERIL" A PLAY in Four Acts, by HORACE ANNESLEV VACHEH, from the Novel The Chink in the Armour," by Mrs. BeIIoc Lowndes. ACTUAL LONDON PRODUCTION AND COSTUMES as used at the Queen's Theatre, London, with a Company of London Artistes.- Early doors, 7.15 (3d. extra). Ordinary doors, 7.40. Commence at 8 p.m. Prices 3/- (reserved), 2/ and Ij- (tax extra). Seats may be booked at Messrs. Heins & Co.'s, Frogmore Street. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER Ist. FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY. FLYtNG VtStT OF THE GREAT ACTRESS, MtSS HILDA TREVELYAN, In the Sparkling Comedy "The Marriage of Kitty," By CoSMO (;ORDO-V LENNOx. From the Comedy Theatre, London. R e WILLIAM COLERtCK Deceased. A LL Persons having claims against the J? Estate of the late Mr. William Colerick of Castle Bakery Crickhowell Baker and Con- fectioner deceased who died on the 5th July 1919 are requested to send particulars thereof to us the undersigned and all persons indebted to the Estate are requested to pay'the amounts of such debts to us. Dated this 12th day of August, 1010' HODGENS & CUNLIFFE, Abergavenny, Solicitors for the Administratrix. Ebbw Vale Horticultural Allotment Holders Federatfon. The ANNUAL SHOW will be held at the DRILL HALLS, EBBW VALE, ox WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1919 under the Distinguished Patrona"ge of FREDK. MILLS, Eso., J.P., D.L. JUDCP:S AHotments &'Gardens: Mr. H. PITT, Aberga- venny. Judge of Show Mr. F. G. TRE- SEDER, r.R.ji.S., Cardin'. IIOX. UMPIRE Mr. G. J. LovELocK, Hereford. SCHEDULES NOW READY. To be obtained from Secretaries—Mr.. J. THOMAS, 15 Bad- minton Grove. Ebbw Vale Mr. W. 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