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Miscellaneous. ???M-??y.? ?. 'M T'V-Z T  | fcjf One Special Return Visit of Mrs. CLARA E. SLATER TO ABERGAVENNY. By special request Mrs. Clara E. Slater (of London and Southport) will make one visit to Abergavenny on MONDAY NEXT, OCT. 27th. Sufferers from Rupture, Internal Weakness, and like complaints should note that she cannot make I any further visits for some time to come, so that if they desire her help and assistance they must consult her on the date mentioned. Her ap- pliances have cured and relieved over 100,000 cases of Rupture, Internal Weakness, etc. Ruptures, Women's Internal Weaknesses, Misplacements, &c., cured and relieved without operations or Internal Instruments. Special Treatment for Floating Kidney and Varicose Veins. ALL ADVICE FREE. A RECENT TESTIMONIAL- Bristol, October 1st, 1919. Dear Mrs. Slater,—I am more than delighted to add my testimonial to the others you have. I feel I can only second what they say. I wish all poor women who suffer like I have could have a belt it is terrible to think what agony women suffer, when they could enjoy life as other people do. I have been wearing one of your Prolapsus Belts now for six months, and feel a different woman in every way it has taken awav all the dreadful dragging pain which I have suffered for eleven years-no doctor's treatment having any effect. I shall be pleased to recommend your Belt to any sufferer.- Yours faithfully, (Signed) A. T. MRS. CLARA E. SLATER VISITS ABERGAVENNY p On Monday Next, October 22nd at THE GOLDEN LION HOTEL, HOURS 1 to 4. Write, enclosing 2UI. stamps for postage, for New Illustrated Booklet, WHY INTERN^AL INSTRUMENTS SHOULD NOT BE WORN," to Mrs. Clara E. Slater, C5, Cromwell House, High Holborn, London, W.C. 1. j M Illustration depicts my J Renowned Rupture Belt. ote how evenly the I weight and pressure is distributed. s A BOROUGH THEATRE. TO-NIGHT at 8 SATURDAY at 6.30 and 8.30. The Successful MUSICAL COMEDY REVUE, 4.6 PEACHES IN PARIS." ENTIRE CHANGE OF SONGS. Prices 3/ 2/ 1/3 and 9d. including tax. MONDAY, OCT. 27th, FOR THREE NIGHTS. Special Visit of MR. CHAS. HAWTREY'S famous FARCICAL COMEDY, 'The Private Secretary' Direct from the SAVOY THEATRE, LONDON. ENTIRE WEST-END PRODUCTION CARRIED. CHASER. WALENN as "THE REV. ROBERT SPALDING." MONDAY, NOVEMBER 3rd, for Three Nights. The well-known diverting COMEDY from the Prince of Wales and Apollo Theatres, London "Hobson's Choice." Prices 3'6 (reseived), 2/4, and 1/3, including tax. Reserved seats may be booked at Messrs Heins & Co.'s ti.B.-Commencing Next Week the Performance. will Start at 7.30 each Evening. Too Late for Classification. MONMOUTHSHIRE. K~r- PARISHES OF LLANVETHERINE, LLAN- TILLIO, SKENFRITH AND PENRHOSE. RENNIE & JONES will submit to Auction at the ANGEL HOTEL, ABERGAVENNY, On TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28th, 1919, at 2.30 p.m. The following Valuable FREEHOLD PROPERTIES Lot I.-The Convenient Small' Farm with excellent House and suitable Outbuildings, known as TREVINE FARM, LLANTILLIO, situate about one half mile from Llantillio Village and five from Abergavenny, and having an area of nearly 20 Acres. Lot 2.—Accommodation Pasture Land and Woodland, situate adjoining main road, about 7 miles from Monmouth, and known as the GRANARY GROUND, SKENFRITH, having a total area of about 74 Acres. Lot 3. Valuable Mixed Farm situate about 4 miles from Abergavenny, known as the GREAT BLAENGOED, LLANVETHERINE, contain- ing an area of about 170 Acres, with suitable Farm-house and range of Outbuildings, now let to Mr. T. Jasper on a yearly tenancy. Plans and Particulars may be obtained from the Auctioneers, Monmouth, Chepstow, Coleford, Newport and Usk or as to Lots 1, 2 and 3, from Messrs. WILLIAMS & TWEEDY, Solicitors, Monmouth. CABBAGE PLANTS 5s. PER 1000 RUTHER, ABERGAVENNY.


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