To the FARMERS and BUILDERS of Herefordshire and Monmouthshire. Lime, Lime, Lime. ANYONE requiring the same may have it for- A warded to any Station by applying to JAMES LEIGH, GENERAL DEALER, BLAENAVON, MONMOUTHSHIRE. TMMEDIATE CASH ADVANCES.— JL Money lent in sums of not less than £50, on Personal Security, at a fair rate of interest. Also a large amount ready to be advanced on Freehold Securities, for a term of years, in sums of from £500 to d830,000 each. at from 4 to 5 per cent. interest; charges moderate, and the strictest confidence observed. Full particulars forwarded per post, on receipt of 6 postage stamps. Office hoars from 10 to 3 o'clock. Apply to Mr. SYDNEY T. EVANS, Land and Estate Agent, Old Masonic Hall, Newport, Mon., or Brook House, Llantarnam, near Newport. Onion Seed. FINE WHITE LISBON for present sowing, 6d. per oz,, 5s. per lb, J.WALTERS, Victoria and Flannel Streets, Abergavenny. ,sluotul,alsul -snb .10 ÂpueÂ -JJ13TI pJxy: Aq olqesadai 'cjBaiC 9.2:0 f 's li; 'I aoj .Go'), IT ot 095 TOOJJ rang iuB aAisquiso noA'^unoag IBUOSJOJI PAAOJDDY IPIM. JTJIJJ 9A^UBAEN§ Ili.,A ell pUB '8J!'l inog aansaj put] "uo}ç: '^iodM.a^j lqaails >t°°a '91 'SKYmiAY "AY 'JH oi 08 ASSG; j puB dnaqQ s j £ 9uoj\[ Avoiaog; o; ^u'BAi'nbi jjx 'XMVJLHOaigl FITS. J. JONES (late of the Lower F Argoed, Shirenewton), having succeeded in curing those afflicted with the most obstinate Fits ever known wishes respectfully to acquaint the public, that he may be consulted by appointment.-Address J. JONES, No. 9, Union Street, Thomas Town, Merthyr Tydfil. Respectable references given from parties cured. WANTED.—AN APPRENTICE to the GENERAL FURNISHING IRON- MONGERY TRADE.-Apply) JOHN JAMES, Iron- mottger, MONMOUTH. WANTED,—An active youth as an APPREN- TV TICE to the Grocery Business-Apply to F. PHILLIPS, Pontypool. WANTED,—A situation as HOUSEMAID in a Private Family, or WAITRESS in an Hotel. Apply A. R, at the Office of this Paper. WANTED,—A Situation as MAID OF ALL "WORK, where no washing is required. Address M. E. OBSERVER Office, Usk. TOWN OF USK.—A HOUSE and GARDEN TO LET with immediate possession, near Usk Bridge.-Apply to Mr. T. WiGGINTON; Chemist, Usk PURE SWEETS. SCHOOLING AND CO.'S PRIZE MEDAL PUR E SWEETS, JL comprise a great variety of first-rate MACHINE MADE CONFECTIONERY Of the most wholesome and delicious character. SOLD BY GROCERS, CONFECTIONERS, DltUGGISTS, &c, IN TRANSPARENT AND OTHER PACKETS, AT ONE PENNY PER OUNCE. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. SCHOOLING & Co., Wholesale and Export Confectioners. BETHNAL GREEN, LONDON. SOLD IN THIS DISTRICT BY:— us fr. James Williams, grocer, and Mr.S.Robinson, druggist. Abergavenny- Mr.J.H.Conway, grocer. Pontypool-Mr. T. Roderick, chemist. LILES' EATING HOUSE, TEA, COFFEE, & REFRESHMENT ROOMS. 21 Flannel Street, Abergavenny, T. EVANS, Boot, Shoe, and Gaiter Manufac- mB JW turer, and Currier, Hk \af 16, Cross st. and Sydenham House, flBmlm High street, Abergavenny, EGS to call the attention of the BEGS to call the attention of the ■BH IBHR JD Public to the LARGE STOCK HHJH of BOOTS and SHOES of every Wrf'fl description he has constantly on IPS hand. Hg'iSvij RIFLE GAITERS made from the )S !B primes t Cowhide, on the most Reasonable Terms, Suitable for ypSp Shooting or Walking purposes. Town of USK, County of MONMOUTH. To HOTEL KEEPERS and OTHERS. TO IBIB LET, THAT FIRST CLASS FAMILY AND T COMMERCIAL HOTEL, called the "THREE SALMONS," With the STABLES, COACH-HOUSES, GRANARY, and Large and Convenient OFFICES and OUTBUILDINGS, together with a very Productive Kitchen and Pleasure GARDEN attached. The above old-established and well-known Hotel, has for many years commanded a large and exten- sive Business. It is situated in an advantageous position in the town, and has just been put into good repair. The River Usk abounds with Salmon and Trout, and the Scenery of the neighbourhood is truly delightful, which causes the town to be the resort of A nglers and Tourists; and the Hotel is within five minutes walk of the Station on the Coleford, Monmouth, Usk, and Pontypool branch of the West Midland Railway. For Particulars, address-Mrs. JAMES WILLIAMS, Bridge Street, Usk, Monmouthshire (private). OSTEO-EIDON. Patent, March 1, 1862. No. 560. OSTEO-ElDON, now Protected by Royal V/ Letters Patent. Analysed and Reported on by Professor PEPPER. Prepared in the Laboratories and under the personal superintendence cf Messrs. GABRIEL. The OSTEO-EIDON is guaranteed free from any ad- mixture. Being completely plastic, it is moulded with the utmost accuracy to the mouth and jaws, so as to be at once UNFELT by the wearer, and undistinguished by the keenest observer being elastic, it occasions no feeling of pressure, WHILST THE COATING of virgin gold secures it from being tainted by drugs or abnormal sec- retions. EFFICIENCY OF ARTIFICIAL TEETH. The inventions of Messrs. GABRIEL, the old estab- lished and experienced Dentists, have brought the practice of their profession to so high a degree of perfection, that partial or entire Sets of Teeth can be promptly and per. fectly adjusted, and in such a manner as to be removed and replaced at pleasure, TO BE WORN WITHOUT the least INCONVENIENCE, to present the appearance of Natural Teeth of great beauty, and to be incapable of any noxious effect upon the mouth. t^jp?GABR THE OLD ESTABLISHED* J j^SWTlS 27, HARLEY STREET, CAVENDISH SQUARE, AND 31, LUDGATE HILL, LONDON LIVERPOOL, 134, DUKE STREET BIRMINGHAM 65, NEW STREET American Mineral Teeth, best in Europe, 4 to 7, and 10 to 15 Guineas per Set, Warranted. STOPPINGS FOR TEETH. More Teeth are sacrificed by the use of injurious Stop- pings, having high sounding .names, than by any other process. These stoppings invariably contain quicksilver or some other injurious substance, which slowlv but surely undermines the tooth it was intended to save.' Gabriel's Chemically prepared White Cutta Percha Enamel Is the best Stopping extant for Decayed Teeth, Tooth- ache, and, no matter how far decayed, renders the injured member again sound ani useful, and prevents tooth-ache. This preparation is entirely free from any metallic sub- stance, and, as its name signifies, is specially prepared for the purpose. With directions for use, Is. 6d. per box GABRIEL'S PRACTICAL TREATISE may be had gratis FOR SALE,—Half-a-dozen Blue Legged Biack- Red GAME FOWLS .—-Apply at the "OBSERVER" Office, Usk. PERFUMERY, POMATUMS, and SOAPS of the most approved kinds, oil Sale at J. H. CLAKK'S. Bridge-street. Usk. Monmouthshire District Committees of the Societies for Promoting Christian Knowledge and, for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts. THE ANNUAL MEETING of the above Com- mittees will be held at ABERGAVENNY in the National School Room, on THURSDAY, the 22nd day of OCTOBER, 1863, at which the LORD BISHOP of LLANDAFF will preside. The SERMON will be preached in the parish Church by the Rev. A. C. SAUNDERS, M.A., vicar of Magor. Divine Service will commence at Eleven o'clock, and the Meeting at One. W. J. C. LINDSAY, ) THOS. WILLIAMS, Secretanes- Collections will be made at the Church and the Meeting. Pontypool, Monmouthshire. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, the following desirable Lots of COPPICE WOODS, together with OAK and ASH TIMBER, &c., standing therein, lying upon the Pontypool Park Estate:— LOT 1.—12A. 3R. of COPPICE WOOD (more or less), together with 46 Oak, and 13 Ash Timber Trees, and 38 Double Stores, situate on the west bank of the river Avon Llwyd, and adjoining Pontrhydyrun Farm, in the parish of Panteg, and county of Mon- mouth. LOT 2.-Part of GOLUNNAS VACH COPPICE WOOD, containing 11A. 2a. (more or less), together with 48 Oak and 2 Ash Timber Trees, and 170 Double Stores, situate and adjoining the Turnpike-road from Newport to Pontypool, in the parish of Llan- vrechva Lower, and county of Monmouth. LOT 3.-Part of the PARK PILL COPPICE WOOD, containing 6A. (more or less), together with 59 Oak Timber Trees and 5 Double Stores, situate and adjoining the Park Farm, in the parish of Llan gattock-j uxta-Caerleon, and county of Mon mouth. LOT 4.—Part of GOYTRY WEKN COPPICE WOOD, containing 5A. (more or less), together with 25 Oak Timber Trees and 6 Double Stores, situate in the parish of Goytry, and county of Monmouth, and within half-a-mile of the Nantyderry Station on the West Midland Railway, LOT 5.—The BIG TRANCH COPPICE WOOD, containing 50A. (more or less), together with 39 Oak Timber Trees and 104 Double Stores, situate in the parish of Trevethin, and county of Monmouth, and within one mile of the Pontypool and Pont- newynydd Railway Stations. LOT 6-Part of GRAIG VAWR COPPICE WOOD, containing 75A. (more or less), together with 262 Oak and 4 Ash Timber Trees, and 178 Double Stores, situate in the parish of Bedwellty, and near to the Western Valleys Railway, in the county of Monmouth. LOT 7.-Part of the GILVACHVARGOED COPPICE WOOD, near the Incline, containing IIA. (more or less), together with 36 Oak Timber Trees and 20 Double Stores, situate in the parish of Gellygaer, and adjoining the Rhymney Railway, in the county of Glamorgan. LOT 8.—Part of the GRAIG WEN COPPICE WOOD, near Abercarne, containing 7A. (more or less), together with 17 Oak Timber Trees and 33 Double Stores, situate in the hamlet of Mynyddmaen, parish of Mynyddyslwyn, and county of Monmouth. The Timber is numbered with red paint from No. 1 upwards, and the Stores are marked with a red cross ). Mr. JAMES LEWIS, Estate Yard, will show the Lots, and for further particulars and to treat for the same, apply to Mr. ALFRED A. WILLIAMS, Park Estate Oiffce, Pontypool, October 5th, 1863, Furniture and Upholstery Rooms, Sydenham House, High Street, Abergavenny. W. J. HANDS, begs respectfully to announce that he has now on view a LARGE and WELL-SELECTED STOCK of NEW HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, by the first manufacturers, which he is prepared to offer, either in complete suites or single articles, at as low a price as any retail house in the trade. The Stock includes: DRAWING and DINING ROOM SUITES in Mahogany, Walnut, and other Woods; PIER and SWING GLASSES; WARDROBES, WOODEN and IRON BEDSTEADS, MATTRESSES, &c., &c. An Inspection is solicited. tggT A ddress—Sydenham House, High Street, Abergavenny.
NEW GOODS.—CHEAP DRAPERY. W. LANE, LONDON HOUSE, RAGLAN, BEGS to inform his numerous Friends and Patrons, he has just returned from London, Manchester, and iJ other Markets, and from his increasing business, has bought largely for cash in every department, thereby enabling him to compete with other first-class houses in the trade, the following will be especially worthy of notice, which, in consequence of the advancing state of the markets, cannot be replaced without a considerable addition in prices. CALICOES AND LONG CLOTHS, I RIBBONS, FLANNELS, FLOWERS AND LACE, SHEETS AND BLANKETS, HOSIERY AND GLOVES, DRESSES IN GREAT VARIETY, BOOTS AND SHOES, MANTLES, READY-MADE CLOTHES, JACKETS, I HATS AND CAPS. Black Alpaccas and Coburgs a decided Bargain J
PRELIMINARY NOTICE. Mamliilad House, near Pontypool. Important Sale of 50 head of pur e-br-ed Hereford Cattle, Horses, Pigs, and a good assortment of Implements, Harness, 9'0. WILLIAM J. HANDS will have the honor of V? submitting to public sale the valuable Herd of CATTLE, of Mr. HENRY MORGAN, who has for many years been a successful competitor at our Agricultu- ral Meetings. The Sale will take place on the 5th day of NOVEMBER next. Every necessary information respecting it and order of sale, will be duly advertised, and catalogues in due time. Office, Sydenham House, Abergavenny. Llangwender Farm, Parish of Llanishen. Important Sale of 40 Head of well-bred Cattle, 40 Fat Sheep, 10 Horses and Colts, 12 Store Pigs, and a general assortment of Implements. WILLIAM J. HANDS will have the pleasure of submitting to PUBLIC COMPETITION, at the above farm, On Wednesday, the 28th day of October, at 12 o'clock, the whole of the valuable and well selected STOCK of the late Mr. FRANCIS EVANS. Particulars and order of sale will be seen in Catalogues, which are in preparation, and may be had on application to W. J. H., at his office, Sydenham House, High Street, Abergavenny. Liangwender farm is within one mile of the Raglan Road station, 4 miles from Usk, and 8 from Monmouth. Luncheon at 12 o'clock business will commence at one o'clock. 0ct. 2, 1863. Garn 'Vawr, Tredunnock, NEAR CAERLEON, MONMOUTHSHIRE. MR. HENRY VENNOR is favoured with instruc- tions to SELL by AUCTION, at the above place, On Monday, October 26th, 1883, the whole of the superior Live and Dead FARMING STOCK, IMPLEMENTS OF HUSBANDRY, HAY, CORN, AND OTHER EFFECTS, the property of the late Mrs. Harris. THE LlYE STOCK, consists of 12 prime and well- bred young cows, good milkers, and to calve in good season 7 two-year-old steers 2 yearling ditto 2 yearling heifers 6 steer calves 5 heifer ditto 5 prime fat heifers (the above are all of the Hereford breed, and of excellent quality) powerful cart mare, in foal; 1 four-year-old ditto; 3 strong cart horses 1 two-year-old cart colt 4 yearling cart colts, three of which are got by Mr. Davies', of Langstone, celebrated grey horse; sucking colt, by the same noted horse yearling cart colt; 2 large store pigs 3 sows with 18 pigs. THE IMPLEMENTS consist of 1 broad wheel waggon, 1 new ditto 4t-inch wheel, 2 broad wheel carts, 2 iron ploughs, 2 pairs of harrows, roller, large iron scuffler, double-action turnip cutter, chaff machine with two knives, nearly new winnowing machine, 2 iron pig troughs, 2 wood ditto, haul rake, long ladder, short ditto, a quantity of pikes, rakes, and shovels, wheelbarrow, a number of old cart wheels, 20 cow chains, 3 sets of long harness, 2 short ditto, 2 ditto G.O. saddle and bridle, the usual assortment of dairy utensils, 2 ricks of prime hay, about 50 tons, to go off the premises, 1 ditto, about 25 tons, to be consumed on the premises, rick of wheat, about 110 bushels, and about 140 bushels of wheat in the barn; rick of barley, about 37 sacks, and rick of oats, about 17 sacks; a quantity of potatoes, and about 90 acres of grass, till 2nd February, 1864. Refreshments at Eleven o'clock. Sale to commence at Twelve precisely. N.B.—From purchasers of Y,20 and upwards, approved bills at two months will be taken. Auctioneer's Offices, 4 Llanarth Street, Newport Mon., October 6th, 1863, C. M. MUNDAHL, FISH, ICE, AND OYSTER MERCHANT, 20, JSevill Street, Abergavenny, RESPECTFULLY begs to inform the Nobility, JLL Gentry, and the Inhabitants generally of Aber- gavenny, and the neighbourhood, that he has opened the Establishment situated as above, and will be able to supply Salmon, Turbot, Soles, Brills, Crimp Cod, Plain Cod, Ling, Halibut, Lobsters, Oysters, and all kinds of Fish in season. r C. M. M. trusts from the experience he has had in first-class fish markets that the selection of his goods will be such as will ensure general patronage. Prompt attention will be paid to all orders en- rusted to his care. Abergavenny, Sept. 1863. MONMOUTHSHIRE. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, by Mr. WM. DAVIS, On Thursday, November 5, 1863, At the KINGCOED, LLANDENNY, at i2 o'clock at Noon, the undermentioned FREEHOLD PROPERTY, &c. LOT J .-TWO COTTAGES, GARDEN, and PIG-STYE, comprising more than 40 perches of LAND. LOT 2.-CARPENTER'S SHOP & ORCHARD, and about Half an Acre of LAND. After which will be offered for Sale, the STOCK- IN-TRADE of a Carpenter, and part of his HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. For further Particulars, apply to Mr. MICHAEL PHILLIPS, on the Premises, or to the AUCTIONEER, USK. MONMOUTHSHIRE. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, by Mr. WM. DAVIS, at LLANOVER FARM, in the parish, of LLANOVEK, On Wednesday, October 28th, 1863, At EIEVKIT o'Clock in the Forenoon, the LIVE & DEAD FARMING STOCK, WHEAT, HAY, &c- Belonging to Mr. WM. TURNER. Thirty superior first-class ewes, of the Leicester and Cotswold breed, 20 yearling ditto, 2 rams, 20 ewe lambs, 10 ram lambs, 2 yearling ditto, 10 cows in calf, 4 heifers, in calf, all to calve in good season; 4 yearling steers, 5 ditto heifers, 8 steer calves, 2 heifer ditto, 1 yearling bull, 7 very superior cart horses and mares (capital workers), 2 two-year-old colts, 1 yearling ditto, 2 sucking ditto, 1 sow and pigs, 3 large feeding ditto, 3 narrow-wheel waggons (nearly new), 1 broad-wheel ditto, 2 broad-wheel carts, 1 turnip scuffler, turnip and mangold drill, patent make; iron and wood ploughs and harrows, 2 Banbury turnip cutters, sheep troughs and racks, a quantity of hurdles, turnip scufflers, rollers, long and short harness, and G.o. ditto. Two ricks of well- ended hay, to go off, from 40 to 50 tons; 2 ricks of wheat, to go off; a quantity of straw in different lots. After the Sale, will be LET, in suitable lots, 50 Acres of WHEAT and OAT STUBBLE till the 25th of December next, and 100 acres of MEADOW and PASTURE LAND, in one or more lots, till the expiration of Mr. Turner's taking. Three Months Bills for the Hay and Wheat, on approved Security, will be taken. I As there are many Lots, and the days are getting I short, Luncheon will be on the table at Ten, and the Sale will commence as nearly as possible about I Eleven o'clock in the forenoon. MONMOUTHSHIRE. TO BE SOLD by AUCTION, by Mr. WILLIAM DAVIS, at the THREE SALMONS HOTEL, USK, On Friday, the 23rd day of October, 1863, at 4 o'clock in the afternoon, subject to conditions of Sale which will then be produced, Lot I.-The FALLAGE of the south end of the New Wood, Trostrey, being part of No. 109, on the Parish Tithe Commutation Map, and containing about 12 acres, be the quantity more or less. Lot 2.—The FALLAGE of Coed-y-Alt, in Trostrey, being No. 58 on the said Parish Map, and contain- ing by the Commutation measurement, 12A 1R 26P Thomas Williams, the woodward on the Trostrey Estate, will show the above named woods, and any further information may be obtained on application to Mr. WILLIAM DAVIS, Land Agent, Usk. Abergavenny. TO BE^LET, with early possession, the Clarence Inn," Castle Street. The above house stands in a good situation, and is doing a capital trade. Coming-in moderate. Rent and taxfes low. To be Let in consequence of illness of the present proprie- tor's wife.—Apply on the premises, to Mr. WM, p TREW, or to Mr. ALFRED JAMES, Auctioneer, Abergavenny. The Bankruptcy Act, 1861. ORDER OF DISCHARGE. IN the County Court of Monmouthshire holden at Usk, in the matter of RICHARD MORGAN, of the "SIX BELLS" Inn, in the town and parish of Usk, in the county of Monmouth, inn- keeper, and of the same town and parish, black- smith. Whereas at a public sitting of the Court, held this day, the Court granted an Order of Discharge to the said bankrupt, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an order of discharge will be drawn out and delivered do the said bankrupt after the expiration of thirty days from this date, unless in the mean time an appeal be duly entered against the judgment of the said Court. Dated this sixth day of October, 1863. W. GRAHAM, Jun. HlGR BAILIF?. USK FARMERS' CLUB.
President: REGINALD HERBERT, Esq. SUBSCRIBERS: His Grace the Duke of R. Bateman, Esq. Ber- Beaufort (for Farm) £ 3 3s. thoiey £ 1 ls His Honor Judge Fal- W. H. Nicholl, Eso." E-1 is, „ coner £ 3 0s. E. Lister, Esq. Cefa Ila £ 2 2s. E. Herbert, Esq., (for H. A. Williams, Esq. £ 1 Is. Nag) £ 5 0s, Rev. Iltvd Niclioll £ 2 2s. G. R. Greenhow-Relph, Iltyd Nicholl, Esq. £2 Os. Esq. L2 2s. G. W. Nicholl, Esq £ 1 0s. Mrs. Hanbury Leigh. £ 2 2s. Major Edmund Herbert jEl Is. Octavius Morgan, Esq. £ 2 2s. Major M'Donnell E2 2s. Crawshay Bailey, Esq. f,2 2s. JamesBromfieldEsq. £ 2 Os. W. A. Williams, Esq. £ 1 Is. Mrs. James Williams .El Is. H. M. Hawkins, Esq. jE2 2s Mr. Dunn El is. W. R. Stretton, Esq. L2 2s. Mr. Henry Roberts. 10s.6d. C. Prothero Esq Newport £1 Is. Mr. H. Williams (fowls) 10s.6d. THE ANNUAL MEETING is fixed to take place JL at LLANCAYO FARM, near Usk, on TUESDAY OCTOBER 27th, 1863, when the following Prizes will be offered for competition. PLOUGHING. For Ploughing Half-an-Acre of Land in the best and most workmanlike manner, within four hours, with a pair of horses, without driver. CHAMPION- PRIZES.—Open to All England, to be competed for by Ploughmen who have gained first prizes in any year, in the first and stcond classes. First Prize, £ o—Second Prize, £ 3. CLASS l.—To the Farmer (being a member) or his son. First Prize, £ 3—Second Prize, JE2. CLASS 2.—To the Ploughman or Servant of a Member. First Prize £ 3—Second Prize £ 2—Third Prize, £1 10 Fourth Prize, £ 1—Fifth Prize 10s. CLASS 3.—To the Son or Servant of a Member, under twenty years of age. First Prize, £1 10s.—Second Prize, £ 1. Teams to be in the field at 8.30 a.m., when lots will be drawn, and the signal for starting will be given at Nine o'clock. If not more than two compete, the second prize will be withheld, unless the work- manship be commended. Flays to be used, and the Ploughing to be Six inches deep. NEATEST FARM. CLASS 4.—A Prize of Three Guineas, to the Tenant Farmer who shows the Neatest Farm, and the best kept Fences and Roadways, and displays the greatest Economy in the Management of his Home- stead, especially in the Husbanding and Preparation of Manure. Entrance Fee, 2s. 6d. THATCHING. CLASS 5.—For the best Set and Thatched Ricks, done by a Son or Servant of a Member of this Club, regard being had to the number of ricks. First Prize, <6iL Is.-Second Prize, 10s. 6d. HEDGING. CLASS 6.—For Hedging Three Perches (twenty-one yards) within six hours. First Prize, £ I—Second Prize, 10s. The Hedging to commence at Eight o'clock on the morning of the Ploughing Match. The Prizes will be withheld unless there are three competitors. PRODUCE. CLASS 7.—A Prize oft5 offered by Reginald Herbert, Esq., for the best four-year-old Nag, by a thorough- bred horso. Open to the County of Monmouth. CLASS 8.—A Prize of One Guinea, to the Farmer's Wife or Daughter who shall exhibit, at Two o'clock on the day of the Ploughing Match, at the Three Salmons Hotel, the best Sample of Butter, (not less than 6 lbs.) The exhibitor must have been in the habit of supplying the Inhabitants of Usk with this Article, either by attending the market or disposing of her goods at private houses. CLASS 9.—A Prize of One Guinea, to the Farmer's Wife or Daughter, who shall, at the same time and place as above, exhibit the best half cwt. of cheese, of her own making. CLASS 10.—A Prize of 10s. to the Farmer's Wife or Daughter, who shall exhibit the best Couple of Fowls for the Table. To be bred and fed by the exhibitor. Notice of Competition for the Neatest Farms and Ricks must be given to Mr. CLARK before 6 p.m. on the Tuesday previous to the Meeting, and for the 0 z' Ploughing and Hedging before 6 p.m. on the Satur- day previous to the Meeting. The Committee reserves to itself the power of withholding any Prize where the Judges consider there is not sufficient merit. Subscriptions are requested to be forwarded to Mr. CLARK, on or before the 15th of October. The Members and their Friends will dine together at the Three Salmons Hotel, punctually at Four o'clock. Dinner and Dessert, 3s. 6d. Tickets to be had at the bar.
J. H. CLARK, RON. SEC. LETTER PRESS PRINTING of every 'descrip- tion COPPER PLATE Cards, Letter Headings, and Bill Heads at the London Charges, at J. H. CLARK'# Offices, Bridge-street, Usk. The Bankruptcy Act, 1861. NOTICE OF SITTING FOR LAST EXAMINATION. JAMES SCRIYEN, of CROSS LACE, in the parish <J of Ragland, in the county of Monmouth, farmer, late a prisoner for debt in the Gaol at Monmouth, having been adjudged Bankrupt by the Registrar of the County Court of Monmouthshire holden at Mon- mouth, attending at the Monmouth Gaol, on the Ninth day of September, 18G3, and the adjudication being directed to be prosecuted at the County Court of Monmouthshire, holden at Usk, a Public Sitting for the said Bankrupt to pass his LAST EX- AMINATION, and make application for his Discharge, will be held before JOHN MAURICE HERBERT, Esquire, the Judge of the said Court, on the 1st day of December next, at the Town Hall in Usk, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon precisely, the day last aforesaid being the day limited for the said Bankrupt to surrender. Mr. HENRY ROBERTS is the Official Assignee. The first meeting of Creditors has been duly held in the said Bankruptcy, and at the public sitting above-mentioned Proofs of Debts of Creditors who have not proved will be received, and the said Bankrupt will be required to surrender himself to the said Court, and to submit himself to be examined and to make a full disclosure and discovery of hia estate and effects, and to finish his examination, (Signed) W. GRAHAM, JTTI* High Biiii'TK*,