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ECONOMY | < does not consist in paying little, but in getting the best possible value in return for the money you have to spend. We invite you to inspect our Stock before pur- chasing elsewhere. Our Goods are marked in plain ifgures at our usual low prices. FRAMES In Untarnishable Gilt Fancy Wood, Leather, etc. I I ?'?!? ? ?? ??      '?? ?"? f j! ?:? s?  ssg?ss.s?E.???..r   tM?.as?    a  s??  ?"' ['????s??s??  ?m.?'" -.J' Ladies' & Gent's BRUSH SETS. AUTOGRAPH AND POSTCARD ALBUMS. -Sole Agents in Abergavenny for SILVER MOLE CALF GOODS Comprising Ladies' Hand Bags, Manicure Sets, Purses, Letter Cases, Photo. Cases, Pouches, ââââââ Cigarette Cases, &c, &c. ââââââ TOURIST and ATTACHE CASES, PHOTO. AND LETTER CASES. Companions, Purses, Wallets, Pocket Books, Jewel Boxes, etc., etc. M. MORGAN & CO., "CHRONICLE" OFFICE- CRICKHOWELL UNION. I TENDERS FOR SUPPLIES. PERSONS desirous of, Contracting for the Jf Supply of Groceries, Flour, Meat, Boots, Goal, Cordwood, for the Conveyance of Poor Persons, the supply of Clothing and other articles, and the furnishing of Funerals, from the 1st of October, 1919, to 31st December, 1919, are requested to send sealed Tenders to me at the Town Hall, Crickhowell, by the 20th September, 19x9, together with samples of such articles as can conveniently be produced. The Guardians do not pledge themselves to accept the lowest or any tender. Forms of tender will be furnished on applica- tion to me. THOS. VAUGHAN, Clerk to the Guardians. Union Offices, Town Hall, Crickhowell, 9th September, 1919. MONMOUTHSHIRE ASYLUM, ABERGAVENNY. TO GROCERS, COAL MERCHANTS, LEATHER MERCHANTS AND OTHERS. THE Committee of Visitors of this Asylum J_ are willing to receive TENDERS from parties desirous of contracting to supply the Asylum with any of the undermentioned articles, for the periods hereinafter stated, viz. GENERAL GROCERIES, for six months from the 1st day of October next. HOUSE COAL, for three or six months from the 1st dav of October next. WASHED SETTLINGS, for three or six months from the 1st day of October next. .A GIVEN QUANTITY OF LEATHER AND UPPERS to be supplied at once. EARTHENWARE for six MONTHS, from the 1st day of October next. The Asylum Sidings on the London & North Western and Great Western Railways are avail- able for delivering goods to the Asylum. Tenders, accompanied by samples of all articles which will admit thereof, to be sent to the Asylum not later.than 9.30 o'clock in the morning on Monday, the 22nd day of September and superscribed Tender for Coal or as the case may be. Forms of Tender will be supplied on applica- tion by letter or otherwise, at the Clerk's Office in the Asylum. The Committee of Visitors do not bind them- selves to accept the lowest or any tender. R. W. POWELL, Clerk and Steward. To Saddlers and Harness Makers. ALL Men wishing to join in their Trade Society are invited to do so. Apply G. MLTCHEEE, 45 Chapel-road, Abergavenny. NEVILL HOUSE SCHOOL. For Boarders and Day Pupils. Next Term begins September 17th. For particulars, kindly apply to A. E. RADFORD, Mistress Edgar Charles Morgan Deceased. ALL Persons having Claims or Demands Aagainst the Estate of Edgar Charles 'Morgan late of The Beeches Penypound Aberga- venny Gentleman who died on the 25th day of August 1919 are requested forthwith to send -particulars thereof to me the undersigned the Solicitor to the Executors. Dated this 4th day of September 1919. J. R. JACOB, Solicitor, Central Chambers, Lion Street, Abe rgavenny. I BOROUGH THEATRE. TO-NIGHT,AND TO-MORROW. Two Performances on Saturday, at 6.45 & 8.45 S3 p.m. MORRIS FLAKE'S FIRST-CLASS PRODUCTION TOP OF THE BILL," MUSICAL COMEDY REVUE. CHARMING MUSIC, REAL COMEDY, AND CLEVER DANCING. See VAUGHAN BRACKING, the Irresistible Comedian. Also the Famous FOUR FLAKES. POPULAR PRICES 2/4 (balcony and front seats), 1/3 and gd. (including tax). THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY, SEPT. 18th, 19th & 20th. ENORMOUS ATTRACTION FREDK. G. LLOYD presents THE RECORD MUSICAL COMEDY, 'A CHINESE HONEYMOON' Written by GEO. DAKCE. Music by HOWARD TALBOT. As Played for 1,200 Performances at the Strand Theatre. POWERFUL COMPANY, including MISS LILLIE SOUTAR (as Fi-Fi," her original part), Lola Raine, Eleanor Wilson, Reginald Cromp- ton, Clifford Barclay, VICTOR CRAWFORD. FULL OPERATIC CHORUS & ORCHESTRA under the direction of W. R. PARKER. PRICES 3/6 (reserved), 2/4, and 1/3 (limited). Commence at 8. Early doors 7.15, 6d. extra, not including tax.. Seats may be booked at Messrs. Heins & Co.'s. LLANELLY, LLANWENARTH, LLANGENNY & LLANFOIST PLOUGHING SOCIETY, 1919. THE 52nd ANNUAL COMPETITION will take place on Wednesday, Oct 22nd, 1919, NEAR GILWERN VILLAGE. E. MORGAN, Secretary, Tyr Factory, Govilon. Abergavenny Technical Instruction Committee. A COURSE OF TEN LECTURES ON HOME NURSING will be held at HOLY TRINITY SCHOOLROOM, BAKER STREET, ABERGAVENNY, ON WEDNESDAY AFTERNOONS commencing on 17th September, 1919, at 3 p.m. There will be Demonstrations in connection with most of the Lectures. LECTURER MISS F. M. STOCK. Fee One Penny per Student per Lecture. For further particulars apply to MRS. W. D. SXEEIf, Nevill Street, Abergavenny. A. ARTHUR PRICE, Secretary. Too Late for Classification. LOST on Wednesday last, Hereford Cow > scissors mark on pin, bone.âApply J. Davies, Parsonage Farm, Llanthewy Skirrid. Dancing, Deportment and Physical Education. MISS C. E. STEVENSON will resume hcr  .lVi Classes at the AXGEE HOTEL on Wedies- day, October 8th, and Saturday, October 11th. PRIVATE LESSONS BY APPOINTMENT. j For particulars, address I Miss C. E. STEVENSON, Nevill House, Abergavenny. MUSIC. DURIG the illness of MISS OSMAN, PIANOFORTE LESSONS will be given at 4 Lion Street by MISS NELL A DA\ IES, L.R.A.M., beginning Thursday, October 2nd. Application should be made to Mrs. Osman, Letton Rectory, or to Miss Payne (B.A., Lond.), Grey School, Lyndham House, Hereford. INFANT WELFARE CENTRE. On Tuesday, September 23rd, 1919. Sale of Children's Garments Made by the YOUNG GIRLS' SEW ING CLASS, RED. CROSS, will be held in the Y.M.C.A. ROOMS at 4.30 p.m. also A SMALL JUMBLE SALE. Will the Mothers who attend the Centre come and bring a friend ? VALE OF CRICK HOWELL. FREEHOLD HOUSES FOR SALE BY PRIVATE CONTRACT. I-All that compact HOUSE & PREMISES known as the BRICK HOUSE, situate in Church Road, Crickhowell, commanding good views of the Vale of the Usk. The House contains Entrance Hall, Breakfast and Dining Rooms, each being 14ft. 6in. x 10ft. 6in. and 9ft. high, with Glass Cupboards in recess Kitchen, Back Kitchen, and dry Cellar Two good large best Bedrooms with firegrates therein Two second- ary Bedrooms, Box-room and large Attic. Outer Buildings Yard and small Garden. Possession can be had at once. 2-THREE COTTAGES in Church Street, Crickhowell, with small Garden to each one. Always occupied, There is a great demand for Cottages and will later on command much higher rents than now paid. For orders to view, apply to MRS. S. THOMAS, Bridge End Inn, Crickhowell. CRICKHOWELL UNION. ⢠WANTED at Crickhowell Poor Law Institu- W tion, Working Laundress. Salary, £ 30 per annum, with residence and rations, plus War Bonus, £ 13 per annum. Applications, stating age and experience, to- gether with copies of two recent testimonials, must reach me not later than 20th September. THOS. VAUGHAN, Clerk to the Guardians. Union Offices, Crickhowell, Sept. 8, 1919. King Henry Vlllth's Grammar School, Abergavenny. THE Governors invite applications for the T post of CLEANER of the above-named School. Applications, stating wages required, to be sent in to the undersigned not later than 22nd September, 1919. F. BAKER GABB, Clerk to the Governors. BOROUGH OF ABERGAVENNY. PARK KEEPER. APPLICATIONS are invited for position of Park Keeper. Apply for particulars and conditions of ap- pointment to WM. H. HOPWOOD, Town Clerk, Abergavenny. Town Hall, nth Sept., igig. BOROUGH OF ABERGAVENNY. PROPOSED RECOGNITION OF OFFICERS AND EX-SERVICE MEN. SUBSCRIPTIONS ALREADY PROMISED OR RECEIVED. Amount previously acknowledged £I 70 1 6 Messrs. Seargeant Bros. Ltd. 26 5 o > 7 £196 6 6 + AM COLISEUM ABERGAVENNY. Telephone 33. MANAGING DIRECTOR RICHARD DOONER. RESIDENT MANAGER W. H. WALLER. MONDAY, TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY :â A. SOUL FOR SALE. I A Storv of the Marriage Mart, featuring DOROTHY PHILLIPS. "TIH MINH." Chapter 6. Featuring RENE CRESTE. A PULLMAN BRIDE Mack Sennett Comedy. PATH E GAZETTE (changed twice weekly), also WEEKLY PICTORIAL PICTORIAL will be added. THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY PRIDE AND THE DEVIL. A Stirring Drama with an ALL STAR CAST. MYSTERY OF THE DOUBLE X. Chapter 14. Featuring MOLLIE KING. ADVENTURES AMONG THE CANNIBALS: Part 5. POOR INNOCENCE A STOLL 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 7.45. Saturday at 6.30 and 8.30 p.m. Matinee Tuesday and Saturday at 2.30.

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