Sales by Auction, i ABERTILLERY. In the Estate of JAMES DOOLAN, deceased. J. STRAKER, SON & CHADWICK, F.A.I., are instructed to ofTer at an earlv date All those TWO MESSUAGES AND PREMISES known as 66 & 68 GLADSTONE STRECT. ABERTILLERY together vith FIVE M2 SHARES in the VALLEYS BOTTLING po-k- & MINERAL WATER CO., LTD. Further particulars from the Hotel Valuers, Abergavenny or from the Solicitors, Mr. N l r W. J. EVERETT, O'DRISCOIX Cork, or of Mr. W. J. EVERETT, Pontypool. Abergavenny Third Prize Show and Sale OF FOALS will take place on TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21th, 1919. ENTRIES CLOSE TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14TH. Schedulcs and Entrv Forms from J. STRAKER, SON & CHADWICK, Auctionee's. BOROUGH OF ABERGAVENNY J. STRAKER, SON & CHADWICK, F.A.I., will offer bv Auction in OCTOBER, All those Three Freehold Shops. situate and known as Nos. 26, 27 & 28 CROSS STREET. Particulars from the Auctioneers, or of J. MOXON. Esq., Solicitor, Newport. PRELIMINARY PARISH OF LLAXVETHERINE. J. STRAKER. SON & CHADWICK, F.A.I., are favoured instructions to otter by Auction, in the month of October, the FREEHOLD FARMS known as GELLI and LOWER GELLI. Particulars from the Auctioneers, Aberga- vennv cr of Charles Jones, Esq., Solicitor, Bedwas. PWLLYHWYAID FARM, LLANOVER. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30th, 1919. By instructions of the Trustees to the Llanover Estate. J. STRAKER, SON & CHADWICK, F.A.I., will conduct an Imr), rt,tlt Unreserved Sale of the 22 Well-bred HEREFORD CATTLE 4 Valuable HORSES including 3 fine Pitters) 10 Capital STORE BACON PIGS 5o Head of POULTRY. GEARS. A LARGE NEW COLLECTION or IMPLEMENTS, including a 2V H.P. PETROL ECIE. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. LINEN. Luncheon at 11 o'clock. Sale at 12 noon. Catalogues from the Auctioneers, Abergavenny. THE CROWFIELD, ABERGAVENNY. One mile from Abergavenny Junction Railway Station. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23rd, 1919. J. STRAKER, SON & CHADWICK, F.A.I., are instructed by W. L. Rogers, Esq. (who is' retiring) to conduct his Important Unreserved Dispersal Sale on the above date, including 70 Well-descended Non-registered HEREFORD CATTLE, including a Young Herd of 30 Cows and Heifers, 23 (2 and 3 yr.) Fresh Steers and Heifers. The Pedigree Stock Bull, Bodenham Grenadier. 100 Cross-bred ad Shropshire SHEEP 4 Shire-bred GELDINCS 7 Strong STORE PIGS Large Collection of Agricultural IMPLEMENTS AND MACHINERY. Luncheon at 10.30. Sale at 11.30 o'clock sharp. Catalogues from the Auctioneers Aberga- venny, Crickhowell and Ewias Harold. CPPER HOLLYB USH, LLANOVER. THE SALE advertised for Wednesday, October 29th, HAS BEEN CANCELLED by Mr. Jacob, who has decided to continue his tenancv. J. STRAKER, SON & CHADWICK, Auctioneers. BRECONSHIRE. PARISH OF CMWDU. J. STRAKER, SON & CHADWiCK, F.A.I., will offer by Auction, early in November, at the BEAR HOTEL, CRICKHOWF.I.I,, All those FREEHOLD FARMS known as CWM UCHA AXD BLAEN CWMRHOS. Particulars from the Auctioneers, or of 0. W. BRUNDRIT, Esq., Solicitor, Denbigh. LIVE STOCK ORDER. EWIAS HAROLD MART. NEXT GRADING DAY, MONDAY, OCT. 27. W. M. CHADWICK, Deputy Chairman. THE FARM, CWMYOY. 73 Capital Cross-bred SHEEP 26 Excellent Hereford and Cross-bred CATTLE, viz. 13 very forward Hereford and Cross- bred Bullocks, 6 forward Hereford and Cross-bred Heifers, 4 ill-vear-old Heifers, 3 Deep Milking Shorthorn Cows in milk and in calf. 4 HORSES, viz. Capital Pitter, rising 5, 2 Excellent Pitters rising'4, Very Promising 2-vear-old Cart Colt. b 9 Store Pigs. Winter Keep. 80 Acres Grass Keep to 2nd February, 1920. Cider Apples. Very Excellent Collection of Modern Implements and Machines of every kind necessary for the working and equipment of an up-to-date Farm, and which are all in practically new condition which MR. MONTAGUE HARRIS, F.A.I., will Sell for Mr. Robert Nott, who has sold the Freehold and is leaving the district, on MONDAY, 27th OCTOBER, 1919. Luncheon at II, Sale at 12 sharp. TYDU FARM, LLANARTH. Sale of Live and Dead Farming Stock. 25 Excellent HEREFORD CATTLE, viz 5 il- veagr-old Bullocks, 4 il-year-old Heifers, 4 Young Cows and Calves, 4 Young Barren Cows, 4 Calves. 40 EWE & WETHER LAMBS 2 WAGGON HORSES V-;Z. S-vear-olcl Cart Mare, Aged Mare, both good workers in all gears. Collection of C2pital Implements and Machines, viz. 2 Waggons, 1 Cart, i Market Trap, Martin's Side Delivery Rake, Horse Rake, Tedder, Mowing Machine, Set Spring Tine Harrows, 2 Sets Light Harrows, Set Chain Harrows, New Ransome Plough, Martin's Cultivator, Heavy Cambridge Roll, Cake Crusher, Bambury Pulper, New Hand Chaff- cutter, Sheep Rack. Troughs, Cattle Cribs, Cider Casks, 'Cart Harness. Gent's Saddles, 3 ) Ladders, Iron Hurdles, Brewing Tubs, Sheep Foot Trough. Large Grindstone. 500 Gallons Prime CIDER. About 25 Tons of HAY in 3 lots. About I2 Tons of WHEAT STRAW in 3 lots, and 4 Tons of OA 1 STRAW, which MR. MONTAGUE HARRIS, F.A.I., will Sell for Sirs. Morgan (who has sold the Freehold and I MONDAY, OCTOBER 20th, ioi9- I Sale at 1.30 sharp. Auctioneer's Offices Lion S.rcoL C ::ambers, | Abergavenny. Sales by Auction. PEN-Y-BAIR FARM, FOREST COAL PIT, BRECONSHIRE. 6 HEREFORD CATTLE 100 Excellent RADNOR SHEEP 2 WAGGON HORSES, IMPLEMENTS, &c., which MR. MONTAGUE HARRIS, F.A.I., will Sell for Mr. James Davies on FRIDAY, OCT. 24th. Sale at i p.m. sharp. GLANNANT, LONGTOWN. SALE OF FURNITURE & EFFECTS for Mr. Alex. Johnston, who has left the district, WEDNESDAY, 22nd OCTOBER, 1919. Sale at 1.30 sharp. MONTAGUE HARRIS, F.A.I., Auctioneer. TRESENNY FARM, GROSMONT. IMPORTANT SALE OF LIVE AND DEAD FARMING STOCK, by instructions from Mr. Thomas Farr, THURSDAY, 30th OCTOBER, 1919. MONTAGUE HARRIS, F.A.I., Auctioneer. Established 1747. DAVIS & SONS, AUCTIONEERS. Property Specialists ana Expert Valuers For the County of Monmouth. ARCHITECTS AND SURVEYORS. 26, STOW-HILL, NEWPORT. TEL., 2815. MAGOR HOUSE, I USK. TEL., 8. MONMOUTHSHIRE. PARISHES OF PENALLT, LLANDOGO, WOLVESNEWTON1 and NEWCHURCH WEST. SALE OF A FREEHOLD FARM AND THREE SMALL HOLDINGS. DAVIS & SONS have been instructed to submit to Auction (subject to conditions of sale to be produced), THE FOLLY FARM NEWCHURCH WEST, with about 27 Acres 0 Roods 36 Perches of sound Pasture Land, with NEW HOUSE standing thereon and other Outbuildings. THE UPPER GLYN PENALLT, with about 5 Acres 2 Roods 34 Perches of Pasture and Orcharding. The House and Outbuildings are convenient to the road and about I miles from Redbrook Station. THE BOWERY TREGAGLE, PENALLT, with about 10 Acres of Pasture Land, with House and Buildings thereon, situated It miles from Redbrook Station TY-MAJOR WOLVESNEWTON. with COTTAGE and about 10 Acres 0 Roods 24 Perches of Pasture and Orcharding. 1 1 f 1" Particulars, with Plans, free upon application to the Vendor's Solicitors :— Lot I MESSRS. WATKINS & Co., Club Chambers, Pontypool. Lots 2, 3 & 4 MR. MAITLAND WATKINS, Usk. Tel. Xo. 19. or from the Auctioneers 26 Stow Hill, I Newport. Tel. 2S15. I Magor House, C sk, Tel. S, Miscellaneous. Y.M.C.A. Hall, Abergavenny. Popular LECTURES OCTOBER 23rd— "RUSSIA AND THE WORLD," by GEO. HOWELL, Esq., F.G.S., M.Inst. P.T., F.R.G.S., of Liverpool University. NOVEMBER 6th— THE SCOPE AND SCIENCE OF SWANK," by REV. RCSSEL BAKER, Birmingham. NOVEMBER 2oth- DRAMATIC, POETIC & HUMOROUS RECITAL, Interspersed srrth Zither Monologues, bv PROF. WM. MILES, F.R.S.L., London. DECEMBER 4th— "DAVID LLOYD GEORGE," bv REV. EVAN WILLIAMS, Newport. DECEMBER iSth— "ADVENTURES OF A CYCLING VAGABOND," by FRED W. GILL, Esq., F.R.G.S., Dart- ford, Kent. This Lecture will be Illustrated by Limelight Views. Doors open at 7.30 p.m. Commence at 8 p.m. Admission for Course of Five Lectures, 2/6. Individual Lectures, 1 Tickets can be obtained from the Secretary, Mr. T. BEVERIDGE, Mr. HeBERT EVANS, or the Steward at Y.M.C.A. Social Dept, open every evening from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. INCOME TAX. NEW ASSESSMENTS. STOCK VALUATIONS & ACCOUNTS. EXPERT ADVICE. SETTLEMENTS NEGOTIATED EXPEDITIOUSLY. Messrs. Vaaghan-Richards & Williams Surveyors, Valuers & Accountants, Have Special Practice in TRADESMEN'S ACCOUNTS and INCOME TAX ASSESSMENTS. Imperial Chambers, Ebbw Vale. Tel. 51. Beaufort Estate Office, Crickhowell. Tel. 16. DEAFNESS HEAD NOISES- THROAT & NASAL CATARRH and all troubles due to Loss of Hearing, quickly yield to 'Mackay's Auraline' A remedy of established reputation in every part of the world. Perfected and invented by a well-known Ear Specialist. Numerous testimonials prove conclusively the efficacy and superiority of this specific over every other known treatment.—Sold by most Chemists at 3/- bottle, or direct from THE MACKAY REMEDY CO., 106 Liverpool Road, Islington, London. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. SPECIAL SERVICES, SUNDAY NEXT, OùTOSIE 19h. icacIcr. j T .i.m l '!j1 32ev. J, Cymsstylan Jones, D. D j¡"i. v: 'U] '>I Y' a '.J. Wanted. WANTED, Woman to assist in Bottling Store.— Apply Morgan & Evans. WANTED in Doctor's house, Cook General, also House-Parlourmaid two in familv. References.—Mrs. Verity, Garndiffaith, Ponty- pool. BED-SITTING-ROOM Wanted in Abergavenny for Lady out all day.—Box 14, Chronicle Office. WANTED, good General two in family.— Apply Mrs. Harry Edwards, Flannel-street, Abergavenny. WANTED, smart Office Boy for Market Street Office.- J. Straker, Son & Chadwick, Aber- gavenny. WANTED to Buy good Grocery and Provision Business. Apply Grocery, Chronicle Office. WANTED, respectable Girl, to assist with house hold duties.—Apply Mrs. Willcocks, Great Western Hotel, Abergavenny. WANTED, young Girl as General, al. le to wash help given.—Davies, Westward Ho Windsor- road. WANTED, small House, or Unfurnished Rooms, in or near Abergavenny.—Apply Kia-ora," Chronicle Office. WANTED, General Workman live it) must be able to hedge.—Evans, Court, Llan- vetherine. WANTED, a strong Woman, for Washing and Ironing. Must be strictly honest.—Apply Hall, Butcher, Abergavenny. APARTMENTS Required by young married couple. No children. Furnished or otherwise. Witl-in one or two miles of Aberga,enny.- Apply R., Chronicle Office. WANTED urgently, 50 Bricklayers, 10 Car- penters and 6 Plasterers. District rates.— Applications to Labour Office, Ebbw Vale Steel, Iron & Coal Co., Ebbw Vale. 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. 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. ARTICLED CLERK Requires Bedroom and Sitting-room.—Apply J. Straker, Son & Chadwick, Abergavenny. WANTED, at the Monmouthshire Asylum Abergavenny, a Storekeeper. Commencing salary, £ 225 per annum, less deductions under the Asylum Oncers' Supersmuiation Act 1909. Asylum experience in a similar position pre- ferable. Tiie person appointed must be good at accounts and devote the whole of his time to the duties of the office. Applications, stating age and qualifications, with three recen testimonials, to be sent to the Medical Super- intendent, not later than Wednesday, the 29th October, 1919, and endorsed Storekeeper." Canvassing either directly or indirectly for the appointment will be a disqualiifcation. For Sale. GARDEN BARROWS, Ladders, Carts, Gambos, &c.—Watkins, Wheelwright, Mardy, Mon. QUANTITY of good Hedging Stakes for Sale.- Apply White Horse, Abergavenny. PLASTERERS' HAIR at G. R. Boundy's, 22 Frogmore-street, Abergavenny. THREE-YEAR-OLD DONKEY for Sale; quiet with children. No further use to owner.— Apply Mr. Burton, 7 Baker-street, Aberga- venny. FOR SALE, Cider Fruit.—Apply W. R. Lewis, Llangattock Court, Penpergwm. DRESSES suitable for Dances also Dancing Pumps.—Mrs. Williams, Wardrobe Dealer. IRISH MOSS for Pig Feeding, at G. R. Boundy's, 22 Frogmore-street, Abergavenny. FOR SALE, a large quantity of good Second- hand Bricks.—-Henry Pitt, Brecon-road, Aber- gavenny. SASH WEIGHTS, Rustless Furnace Pans, Doors and Frames and Gratings, at G. R. Boundy's, 22 Frogmore-st., Abergavenny. FOR SALE, in Ebbw Vale, a House containing five rooms and a scullery. Immediate pos- session given for three rooms.—Apply to Mrs. Bult, 35 Castle-street, Abergavenny. PLOUGHS in Stock at Bevan's, 10 Cross Street, I Abergavenny. FOR SALE, a Plot of Freehold Land situate in Clifton-road, Abergavenny, now in the occupa- tion of Mrs. Morgan as a garden.—Apply Messrs. Hodgens & Cunliffe, Solicitors. FOR PULPERS and GRINDING MILLS go to Bevans, 10 Cross Street. £ 8 PROFIT from eight birds in 12 months was made by Mr. Neve, of Cambridge. He used Karswood (Harmless) Spice. Packets 2+d., 72d., 1/3.— Jeffreys & ii.)n, Frogmore Corn Stores, Abergavenny. LARGE STOCK of CROSS-CUT SAWS, AXES, and other Tools at Bevan's, 10 Cross Street. QUICK sales depend on merit. Karswood Poultry Spice, containing ground insects, is best by test. 500,000 poultry-keepers use it. Packets 2j-d., 7d., 1/3.—J effreys & Son, Frogmore Corn Stores, Abergavenny. QUANTITIES of PLOUGH SHARES (all makes) in stock at Bevan's, 10 Cross Street. Leather Attache Cases, different sizes.—M. Morgan & Co., Chronicle Office PRACTICAL PROOF of the value of NOSTRO- LIXE" Nasal Specific awaits every victim of Nasal Catarrh, Influenza, Head Colds and Sore Throat who will give it a trial. Use for health and comfort of nose and throat. Of leading Chemists everywhere 1/3 (by post 1/5). Sold by H. T. T. Roberts, 56 Frogmore-st., H. Shackleton, 9 Cross-st., R. M. Williams, 51 Cross-st., Abergavenny; T. B. Dougall, Bethcar-st., A. Williams, Chureh-st., Ebbw Vale. To Let. TO LET, Graigddu Cottage, Llanthony, in good repair; 3 bedrooms.—Apply Matthew J. Knight, Llanthony Abbey. TO LET, Two-storied Warehouse, rear of 12 Cross-street, with approach also from Castle- street.—Apply Marsh, St. Ronan's. Lost or Strayed. STRAYED to Pyscodlyn, first week in August, One Ewe, without any pitch mark. If not claimed in seven days will be sold.—Lewis. JMi^cellaneou.s. I- LVJ:OJS r'-(}0Ú:fi?;¡ Y« J •>> in a minuts with ? 2 1,.(.1, ')r-" (, ￼ Egg \nht j t, .10- lA.I'- ¿. ¡ ???-<?r-!???,,??.St??? Miscellaneous. TII—llTWIMI II IIIBMiMMIIIII—I—III— COLISEUM ABERGAVENNY. Telephone 83. MANAGING DIRECTOR: RICHARD DOONER. RESIDENT MANAGER W. H. WALLER. MONDAY, TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY i WILLIAM FARNUM IX FOR FREEDOM. A Stirring Six-Act Drama. CHARLIE CHAPLIN in his Third and Latest Million-Dollar Production, "SUNNYSIDE" See his wonderful Burlesque of the Russian Ballet. TIH MINH." Chapter 9. Featuring RENE CRESTE. PATHE GAZETTE (changed twice weeklv), also WEEKLY PICTORIAL will be added. THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY FLORENCE REED IN A Search for a Real Man. Six Sensational Scenes of Human Interest. HANDS UP Chapter 2. Pathe's Master Serial. YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN Stoll Comedy. ADVENTURES AMONG THE CANNIBALS. Chapter 8. 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 7.45. Saturday at 6.30 and 8.30 p.m. Matinee Tuesday and Saturday at 2.30. -cæ Llanelly, Llanwenarth, Llangenny & Llanfoist Ploughing Society. The 52nd Annual Competition will take place on WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22nd, 1919, On PENTWYN CLYDACH FARM, GILWERN. HEDGING AT TYRARGOED. President W. M. CHADWICK, Esq., Abergavenny The usual OPEN and LOCAL CLASSES. There will also be a Second Class for HEDGING for Men who have never won a prize (open to a radius of 15 miles from the Village of Gilwern). Entries for Hedging close definitely on Saturday, October 18th. THE LUNCHEON will be held same evening, at THE BEAUFORT ARMS HOTEL, GIL- WERN, after which the Prizes will be awarded. Schedules of Prizes can be obtained from E. MORGAN, Secretary, Tyr Factory, Govilon, Abergavenny. LORD TREDEGAR'S Agricultural Show, igig. LORD TREDEGAR has fixed the 96th Annual Meeting to be held at the CATTLE MARKET, NEWPORT, MON., ox TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY, 4th & 5th NOVEMBER. The'Show-yard will be open to the public on TUESDAY, 4th, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., and on WEDNESDAY, 5th, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. The TRIAL OF HUNTERS will take place at CoEDKERNEW, on TUESDAY, the 4th, at II o'clock. L. FOSTER STEDMAN, Secretary, Tredegar Estate Office, Newport, Mon. AT G. R. BOUNDY'S YOU CAN GET I FIRE BRICKS FIRE BURRS AND GRATE BACKS THE HUE FIRE GRATE. IN STOCK. 22 Frogmore Street. ￼ 8-1 IUJFF THIS, YOU ￼ TO Ll I I MIRACULOUS CHEST COUGH Aft O LUNirHÊAlER Will immediately Arrest the COUIM 01 th,e difleiM and guard agraimt &;] ill eifneta- Prices, lilS and t/ of nil Ch.-jit, and st-.m If difficult to obtain send direct er\cto«io £ 1/5 o* M 10 the Sole Proprietors: G. DEAKIN & HUQHE8, The Inflammation Rc-mi-,Il" Co., SLAFNAVOIL "THE BREATH Of LIFF-" RATS, MICE, MOLES, COCKROACHES and BEETLES greedily eat Harrison's Reliable Rat Poison. Cats and Dogs will not touch it. Vermin dry np and leave no smell. Price 6cL, is., 23. 3d., and 3s. 3d. postage 2d.—G. W. HARRISON, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agent for Abergavenny H. Shackleton, Chemist, 9, Cross-street. Hryn- I inawr A. M. Jones, Chc«ust, 74 King-street Crickhowell Kirkland Miscellaneous. —f-— 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. T" E?T?TR? "t? "V??SB& 2M!<5M ST. BERRY'S SSi, EYESIGHT HEADACHE This is the result of neglect. Some small S defect exists in the eyes, which though too (] slight to prevent clear vision, is serious 0 because it places the eyes under a constant jSj strain. 0 Nothing wastes nervous energy like eye- g strain-indeed Dr. A. L. Ranney says, I look to Eyestrain as the chief cause of nervous 0 derangements." g O Nearly everyone nowadays suffers from 0 some kind of nerve trouble—neuritis, neu- 0 rasthenia and nervous breakdown are every- g where. 0 It behoves everyobe, therefore, to make g sure that their eyes are not imperilling their "0 health. Pains in and around the eyes (especially behind and above) as well as at the back of the head, nearly always indicate eyestrain. WTiereas medicine can only relieve the symptoms in such cases, proper Glasses will remove the cause, and thus effect a per- manent cure- Headaches which follow eye work such as reading, sewing, sight-seeing, railway travel- ling, or visits to theatre or picture house-all show the need for Glasses- Chronic headache-the kind which recurs periodically—can be cured, in 19 cases out of 20, in this way. Best Quality Lenses and Frames correctly Fitted by I HARRY SHACKLETON, QUALIFIED CHEMIST & OPTICIAN, 9. CROSS ST., ABERGAVENNY. Oculist's Prescriptions Dispensed. "I" Mill mil Go- ..A. JSr:E: t9 l/nC THE FURNISHERS. HAVE REGULAR DELIVERIES TO ABERGAVENNY AND DISTRICT AND CAN GIVE YOU THE ADVANTAGE OF SELECTION FROM LARGE STOCKS at LOW CASH PRICES (all plainly marked) QUICK AND FREE DELIVERY SHOWROOMS (over a third of a mile in length 161-2-3 Commercial Street, NEWPORT. Inn MM READY ,N ABERGAVENNY £ U,UUU FOR A GREAT MOVE. I have now rea d y 120,000 Early Spring Cabbage Plants Wheelers 1 Imperial, Early Offenham, F l ower of Spring, Harbinger/Ellam's Early Dwarf, Hurst's First an d Best, etc. Hyacinths, Tulips, Narcissi, Daffodils, direct importation from Holland. Floral Designs a Speciality. —— f V J ABERGAVENNY SEED STORES. 1I ) FROGMORE STREET. | | ■( H IIIV H ^ABERGiLVENNY^ jj»*J ?\FLOR!5T AND/? FRASER?S ALWAYS! ^» ALWAYS FRASER?S:! ^>EEDsrw ALWAYS FRASER'SI'. 8 0 Tdephox?c: No.4. AGENTS POXTRILAS, Mr. Woodyatt, The Court. BEAUFORT, Mrs. Gregory, BLAINA, Mrs. H. Oakey. TREDEGAB, Mr. T. Walby. CHANGE OF BANKING HOURS. EARLIER CLOSING ON SATURDAYS. On and after SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1st, 1919, all Banks in Aber- gavenny will be OPENED FOR BUSINESS ON SATURDAY, From 9 31.:01. until 12 NOON. and not as hitherto from 9.30 a.m. until 12.30 p.m. FOR PURE HOME BREWED I ALES AND STOUT, WINES AND SPIRITS -TRY- r THOMAS DELAFIELD, KINGS A RflllS, I ABERGAVENNY. i i CHRISTADELPHIAN HALL, LION STREET. ABERGAVENNY, SUNDAY NEXT, OCT. 16, 1919, At 6 o'clock (Please note alteration of time). Speaker: MR. F. G. LANDER, Newport. Subject THE MILLENIUM. How, when and by whom it will be p, !1. hi'ought about. COME AKD HEAR ANIJ JCDGE^FOB YOURSELP. SEATS ARE FREE, AND No COLLECTION. I V Miscellaneous. T 7$ Ai S 0<i -0" BOROUGH THEATRE. FLINTOFF MOORE OPERA COMPANY. To-night, Friday—Gounod's "FAUST." Saturday, Matinee at 2.3)—Verdi's U RIGO- LETTO." Saturday Evening-" BOHEMIAN GIRL." MONDAY, OCTOBER 20th, for Six Nights, at 8. Two Performancces Saturday, at 6.30 & 8.30. T. MAY presents the highly Successful REVUE 4,4 PEACHES IN PARIS." Tuneful Music. Fine Singing. Great Comedy. Clever Dancing. Cast includes DAN NOEL the popular- Revue Comedian, who has appeared before H.R.H. the Prince of Wales, the King of the Belgians, the Duke of Connaught, Sir Douglas Haig, Marshal Foch, etc. SADIE ELLIOTT, PAULINE GRETTON, BLANCHE IRVING, DARRY C. TELFORD, The Dancing Wonder. STANLEY EGGLESTON, The Versatile Comedian EVAN HOLLAND, Basso. MABEL HIGGS, Australian Vocalist. GLADYS FREEBAIRN, Danseuse, MINNIE MAY, Vocalist and Dancer. and DAPHNE JAYJ The Brilliant Comedienne. Svecialities by THE PETITE PEACHES, Wonderful Child Vocalists and Dancers. THE EXCELSIOR QUARTETTE, in their Song Sceiia. THE DELLAROSA GIRLS, in Smart Dances. STANLEY EGGLESTON, Monologist. FULL BEAUTY CHORUS. See DAN NOEL as PROFESSOR UMPRA-the GREATEST SCREAM OX TOUR. Prices 3/- (reserved), 2/ 1/3 and o(I., in- eluding tax. Early doors, 7.T5, 3d. extra.
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES & DEATHS. BIRTH. FORCE. On October 13th, at 28 Nantymilne Terrace, Code Ely, to Mr. and Mrs. E. Force (nee Carrie Hatton)—a son. MARRIAGE. HAIXES— BROOKE — On October the 8th, at Christ Church, East Greenwich, by the Right Reverend the Bishop of Jamaica, the Rev. Reggie E. M. Haines, of Almondbury", Hud- dersfield, third son of Mr. and Mrs. Haines, Penpergwin, to Gladys Margaret, fourth daughter of Mr. E. Brooke, Blackheath. PRICE.-Oll October 8th, at Viernrolydd, Penrhos, Abendigo Price, late of Pentrewyl- Ian, Llanvapley, aged 76 years. "Till the day breaks and the shadows flee." 4> DEATHS. NUTLAND.—On October 14th, at 126 St. Helen's-road, Abergavenny, William Xutland, the beloved husband of Temperance Xutland. Funeral on Saturday, at 3 o'clock. SKIXNER.—On Sunday, Oct. 12th, at 14 Monk- street, Abergavenny, Marjorie Lilian (aged 3 weeks}, the dearly loved daughter of Edwin and Louisa Skinner. A little flower-lent, not given, To bud on earth, and bloom in Heaven. at Skirrid Farm, Llanvihangel Crii- corney, Edgar James, dearly beloved I husband of Alice Williams, aged 37. Deeply mourned. _? ¡- ￼ WOODHOI'SE.—On the nth inst., at Scarborough Cottage, North- street, Harold John, dearly beloved child of Sarah and Willi-m Wood- house. Deeply mourned. Suffer little children to come into Me." IX MEMORIAM. DAVIES.—In Loving Memory of om dear son, Reggie Davies, The Bryn, who died October 13th, 1916, after a long and painful illness patiently borne. Affliction sore long time he bore, Physicians were in vain Till God above did hear his prayer And eased him of his pain. —From his loving Father, Mother and Sisters. In Fond and Loving Memory of our darling boy, C. T. S. Higgs (Clarryi, eldest and dearly loved son of Mr. and Mrs. Higgs, 42 Richmond-road, who lost his life at sea through enemy action while serving on H.M.S. Pentwyn 011 Oct. 1(" 19x8. Lovingly remembered by Mother, Father, Sisters and Brothers. In the bloom of life death claimed him, In the pride of his manhood days None knew him but to love him, None mentioned his name but with nraise. In Loving Memory of our dear chum, Clarrv T. S. Higgs, drowned at sea Oct.,16, 1018. Ever remembered by Charlie and Basil. We hoped for his safe returning, And longed to clasp his hand But God has postponed the meeting 'Twill be in a better land. In Ever Loving Memory of our dear brother, William Price, who departed this life on Oct. 13th, 1917. Ever remembered by his Brother and Sister, Arthur and Maud.
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS. The relatives ot the late James Trim wish to thank all friends for sympathy shown to them in their recent bereavement, also for floral tributes sent. Penlanlace, Oct. 14, 1919. Mrs. Price and family^vish to thank all kind friends for expressions of sympathy and floral tributes in their recent sad bereavement. 28 Eureka Place, Ebbw Vale. Mr. and Mrs. Woodhouse wish to thank all kind friends for sympathy, also floral tributes received in their recent sad bereavement. Scarborough Cottage, North-street.
Abergavenny Technical Instruction Committee. SESSION 1919-1920. Evening School Courses. I TECHNICAL and DOMESTIC SUBJECTS will be held at HEREFORD ROAD COUNCIL SCHOOL, ABERGAVEXXv. Commencing MONDAY, 20th OCTOBER, 1919. For further particulars as to (late and time of Classes, see Posters and H.nulbills. A. ARTHUR PRICE, Secretary. r