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MONMOUTHSHIRE. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MB. MATTHEW JONES, at the Beaufert Arms Hotel, Raglan, at Two o'clock in the afternoon, On FRIDAY, the 31st day of March, 1876, precisely, subject to conditions of sale to be then produced, viz., all that FREEHOLD MESSUAGE or Dwelling-house, with large productive Garden, well stocked with choice fruit trees, Outbuildings, and appurtenances belonging, situate in the parish of Bryngwyn, one mile from Raglan, adjoining the Abergavenny-road, bounded by property of Mrs. Cheslyn and Mrs. Morgan, and late in the occupation of Mr. Daniel O'Leary. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer, or to Mr. W. C. A. Williams, solicitor, Monmouth. Dated, Auction and Estate Agency Offices, Agin- court-square, Monmouth, 16th March, 1876. BOROUGH COURT, MONMOUTH. Attractive and genuine sale of genteel, modern, and well preserved Household Furniture, and other valuable effects (removed for convenience of sale), and which MR MATTHEW JONES has been favoured with instruction to SELL BY AUCTION, On Tuesday, the 28th day of March, 1876. Full particulars in posters. Sale to commence punctually at One o'clock. Dated Auction and Estate Agency Offices, Agin- court Square, Monmouth, March 16th, 1876. LOWER PINK FARM, SHIRENEWTON, Midway between Chepstow and Usk. MESSRS. JOHN DAVIES & SON beg to announce their instructions from Messrs. Richard Burden and James Thomas, who are leaving their respective farms, to Sell by Auction, on the above premises, On TUESDAY, March the 28th, 1876, The following Live and Dead FARMING STOCK, AND OTHER EFFECTS, VIZ. SHEEPâ72 cross-bred ewes with lambs and to w Lamb, 15 ditto ewe and weather tegs, 1 ditto Ram. CATTLEâ2 prime young cows with calves, I in-season cow, 1 ditto heifer, 7 barren cows and heifers, 5 two-year-old steers, 3 yearling steers and heifers. HORSESâDark brown cart horse, four-years- old chestnut cart mare; one brown half-bred mare; 1 ditto in foal; 1 ditto yearling colt. IMPLEMENTS, &c.-l narrrow waggon, 2 ditto carts, I broad-wheel ditto, 1 spring ditto, manure distributor, 12-coulter corn drill, 3-furrow seed ditto, iron wheel ploughs (by Howard, Kell, and Wilkes), pairs of iron harrows, Banbury turnip cutter, 2-knife chaff engine (by Samuelson), 3 dozen new hurdles, sets of trace and thiller har- nesss, pair of G O. ditto, agricultural tools, several articles of household furniture, dairy utensils, about 12 sacks of prime potatoes, and other effects not specified on the bills. Also a first-class sheep dog. Luncheon at 11.30, sale at 12.30. OAK TIMBER FOR SALE. FOR SALE BY TENDER, IN TWO LOTS. LOT 1.â20 oak timber trees, numbered in red, now standing on Alt-y-Billa Farm in the parish of Llangeview, near Usk. LOT 2.â59 oak, 3 beech, and 2 ash timber trees, numbered in red, now standing on Pen-y-Bank Farm, Llangattock nigh Caerleon. Mr John Davies, of Alt-y-Billa Farm will show lot 1; and Mr William Harris, of Pen-y-Bank will show lot 2. Tenders to be sent in ou or before the 16th day of April next, to Mr OLIVBB DAVIES, Land Agent and Surveyor, Usk, from whom further particulars may be obtained. SKENCHILL FARM, LLANROTHALL, FOUR MILES FROM MONMOUTH. SALE of 4 capital Hereford cows with calves 2 3-year-old heifers, in calf; 5 2-year-old steers; 2 2-year-old heifers and 2 yearling heifers. Black cart mare brown cart mare, in foal'; half-bred mare, aged. 2 2-year-old rams 1 ewe, in yean I well-bred young hilt. Narrow-wheel waggon, with dashboards and tripples complete broad-wheel cart wherry; a nearly new Cambridge roller; new horse rake (Ransome and Simms) set of harrows (nearly new); pair drags (nearly new); pair seed harrows; a nearly new 6-coulter drill (Kell); wood roller; a nearly new wheel plough (Ransome and Simms); a ditto ditto (Kell) iron swing plough (Bentall's); patent chaff cntter (nearly new); 2-knife chaff ma- chine galvanized sheep trough 2 wooden sheep troughs; 2 haul rakes; half-bushel measure, seedslip, grindstone, 2 sets short harness, 2 sets G.O. harness, chains and traces, riddles and sieves, scythes, 2 steel-prong dung forks, harvest bottles, axe, 2 hackers, 2 pairs gloves, spades, shovels, pikes, rakes, and a general assortment of farming tools; 2 cheese presses, cheese tub,* ladder and stand, milk pans, milk pails, 6 cheese vats, a superior barrel churn, tubs, benches, &c., &c. Also 600 gallons of prime cider in casks, empty casks, and numerous other valuable miscel- laneous effects, which MR. MATTHEW JONES Has been favoured with instructions from Mr John Phillips (who is leaving the farm) to Sell by Auction, on the premises, On. THURSDAY, the 30th day of March, 1876. Luncheon at 11, sale to commence punctually at half-past 12 o'clock. Dated, Auctioneer and Estate Agency Offices, Agmcourt-square, Monmouth, 22nd March, 1876. APRIL WHEAT FOR SALE, â APPLY to WILLIAM LLOYP, Cefn Coch, Raglan. RAGLAN FLOWER-SHOW. The COMMITTEE of the RAGLAN FLORAL T and HORlrcULTURAL ASSOCIATION announces that the ANNUAL SHOW will take place in August ensuing. H. P. SOMERSET, Hon. Sec. The Vicarage, Raglan. 23rd March, 1876 OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that any person or persons found trespassing upon the land of the Great Llancayo Estate, bordering on the river Usk, in pursuit of fish, without the permission of the tenant, Mr David, will be prosecuted ac- cording to law. Langstone Court, J. JONES. March 20th, 1876. BURTON AND OTHER ALES, AT THE KING'S HEAD INN, USK. TN 9, 18, and 36 gallon casks, at lOd, Is, Is 2d. J_ and Is 4d per gallon. PORTER & STOUT, in same sized casks. i NOTICE. NOW READY ON FRIDAY, MARCH 24 THE USK GLEANER," Part 6, price 3d., ATTACHED to some lines on Spelling Bees will be five enigmas, and Nuttall's Diction- ary or the popular work Enquire Within," will be presented to the first person who brings to the Observer office the solution of the Enigmas men- tioned above.

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