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,1.. <■ SALE TO-DAY. LLANELLEN AND LLANOVER; MONMOUTHSHIRE. Desirable Freehold Farm. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, by Mr. WILLIAM DAVIS, at the CROWN HOTEL, PONTYPOOL, On Saturday, the 15th day of October, 1864, At Four o'clock in the Afternoon, (subject to such conditions as will then and there be produced,) all that FREEHOLD FARM, called PENTILLY," belonging to the living of Usk, and situate in the parishes of Llanellen and Llanover, in the county of Monmouth, comprising a Messuage or Dwelling- House, with a Barn, Stable, Cowhouse, Yard, and Garden thereto adjoining and belonging, and several Closes, Pieces, or Parcels of Arable, Meadow, and Pasture LAND, containing by admeasurement, in- cluding the sites of the several buildings, 9 Acres and 30 Perches, more or less. Attached to the Estate is a Right of Pasturage upon Mynydd Graig Cwin Hills The property is intersected by the public road leading from Blaenavon to Llanover, and is distant about five miles from the town of Abergavenny. Possession may be had at Christmas next. The Farm may be viewed by permission of Mr. Joseph Nelmes, the tenant, and further particulars .may be obtained of the AUCTIONEER, at his office, at Usk, (where a plan of the property may be seen,) or at the offices of Messrs. BORDER & DUNNING, 27, parliament Street, Westminster, S.W. Dated, September, 1864. Lower House Farm, LLANGATTOCK-JUXTA-USK, Within Two Miles of Penpergwm Station. rrO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, by Mr. GRAHAM, 1 on the premises, On FRIDAY, October the 28th, 1864, the whole of the LIVE STOCK, Implements, Dairy Utensils, about 20 Sacks of Apples, Cider, Bacon, Casks, &c., the property of Mr. Benjamin Williams, who is retiring trom business. Comprising-5 very useful Hereford cows in calf; 1 yearling steer; 3 yearling heifers 3 heifer calves 1 steer cailf; 2 draught mares; capital colt; iron plough 2 wood ploughs pair iron harrows; 2 pair wood harrows; roller; broad-wheel cart; narrow- wheel cart; ladder; haul rake pikes, rakes, &c. 2 cheese presses churn vats cowls pails salt- ing stone; 2 sides of bacon; i hogshead of cider; 3 empty hogsheads; about 20 sacks of apples; and the grazing of the farm until Christmas. Sale to commence punctually at 12 o'clock- at noon. Lower House Farm, LLANSOY, MONMOUTHSHIRE. Nine miles from Cbepstow, about four miles from Usk and Raglan, one-and-a-half from the Llaudenny station of the Monmouth and Usk Railway. Important and Unreserved Sale of Cattle, Horses, Pigs, Implements, Hay, Com, .Potatoes, Fruit, Sfc. MR. J. DAVIS has been instructed to offer for SALE BY AUCTION, on the premises as above, On Monday, the 17th day of October, 1864, The following useful FARMING STOCK, the pro- perty of Mr. Jenkins, who is about giving up the farm. Comprising 6 prime dairy cows, to calve in good season; 9 two-year old heifers and steers, 8 weanling steers and heifers, 2 capital cart mares in foal, 2 cart mares, foar years old; 3 three-year-old cart colts, i three-year-old cob colt, 2 two-year-old cart colts, 1 pony and colt, I sow and 4 strong pigs, 1 road wagon, 1 harvest ditto, 2 broad-wheel carts, I half-ton cart, 3 iron swing ploughs, t wood ditto, iron scarifier, oak roller, winnowing machine, 2 two-knife chaff en- gines, 3 sets of trace harness, 2 sets of thiller ditto 2 sets of G o ditto, 1 set of new trap harness, 1 set of ditto n use, sieves and riddles, pikps, rakee, iorks, s iovels, ladders, pig troughs, 12 cider hair cloths &c. 2 ricks of wheat, a ditto of oats, 1 ditto of oarley, 2 lots ot wheat in barn, 1 lot of oats in ditto, about 3 bushels of vetches, 3 small ricks of very prime hay, about i acre of potatoes, a quantity of fruit, and various other useful effects. The Auctioneer is pleased to aseert that Mr. Jen- kins's stock is in good store condition, and of that useful description as to make further comment un- necessary, Refreshments at Ten o'clock, and the Sale to com- mence immediately after. MONMOUTHSHIRE. A DESIRABLE SMALL FREEHOLD FARM. MR. J. PHILPOT begs to announce that he is in- structed by the Trustee of the late Mr. George Williams, deceased, to SELL BY AUCTION, at the THREE CRA VES INN, Pontypool, On Thursday, October 20th, 1864, At four o'clock in the afternoon, the following very desirable FREEHOLD FARM, called the BRYN,. in the parish of Llanvrechva Upper, consisting of a Farm Uouae, Barn, Stable, Cowhouse, and the several pieces or parcels of Meadow, Pasture, and Arable Land, small Urehard, and Garden, containing by ad- measurement Thirty-four Acres, Three Roods, and Tweni) -s^ven Perehes, of sound and productive land in a ring fence, adjoining property of David Lawrence, Esq., property of — Roberts, Esq., and the Mon- mouthshire Canal, and within three miles of the market town of Pontypool, and about six miles from Newport. The premises have a good supply of water, with limestone underneath, are pleasantly situated, having an extensive view, and lie within half-a-mile of the Pontrhydyrun, and three-quarters of a mile of the Pontuewydd Stations, on the Eastern Valleys Rail- way A :-oheep walk on the adjoining mouhtain is also attached to the Farm. The Farm is in hand, and possession may be had on completion of the purchase. The Property may be viewed, and further particu lars obtained on application to Mr. J OHN JAYNE, Farmer, Glascoed, Mr. N. WILLMOTT, Llanthewy Court, or the AUCTIONEER, Pontypool. Corn Market. House, Pontypool, 27th Sept, 1864. FR SALE.—A few good CIDER HOGSHEADS. —Apply at the Observer OiUce. DRAPEBYI DBAPEBYU REDUCTION IN PRICES AT THE LONDON HOUSE, RAGLAN, ESTABLISHED 1835. J STEED (late C. FORWARD) begs to inform the Gentry and Inhabitants • generally of Raglan and its vicinity, that he has just returned from the London and other Markets with a large and varied assortment of Autumn and Winter Goods, replete in the leading styles and best quality, of which he solicits an early inspection, trusting, by strict attention combined with the lowest possible prices, to merit that patronage so liberally bestowed upon his predecessor, Mr. C. Forward, for the last twenty- nine years. 15 per cent reduction in Calicoes, N.B.—A large stock of Winter Goods suitable for charitable purposes. October 15, 1864. Chepstow Farmers' Club, 1864. I THE ANNUAL PLOUGHING MATCH is fixed JL to take place on a Farm in the occupation of Mr. VALENTINE PARSONS, Slough, Caerwent, near Chepstow, On TUESDAY, the 18th day of October, 1864. Members whose Sons or Servants compete for Prizes at the Ploughing Match, must pay their Sub- scription on or before the entrance of the .teams into the Field, No notice of competition required. THE FOLLOWING PRIZES WILL BE GIVEN FOR PLOUGHING :— No 1.—To the son of a member residing with his parents, not exceeding 21 years of age, who shall plough half-an-acre of ground in four hours, in the best and most workmanlike manner, with a pair of horses without a driver (given by the Society) jgj 5 0 Cup. No. 2.—The same as above, not ex- ceeding 18 years (given by the Society) 3 3 0 Plate. No. 3.-The same as above, to the Ploughman in the employ of a Member (given by the Society) tstPrize. 2 2 0 Money Ditto ditto 2nd Prize 1 10 0 „ Ditto ditto 3rd „ 100 „ Ditto ditto 4th 0 15 0 „ Ditto ditto 5th „ 0 10 0 „ No. 4.—The same, for Boys under 18 years of age (given by the Society) 1st Prize 1 10 0 „ Ditto ditto 2nd „ 10 0 „ Ditto ditto 3rd „ 0 10 0 „ Ditto ditto 4th., 0 Õ 0 „ No. 5.—The CHAMPION PBIZE, open to all England (given by the Society) 1st Prize 2 2 0 „ Ditto ditto 2nd „ 1 10 0 „ Ditto ditto 3rd „ 1 0 0 No. 6.-The Iron Swing Plough Prize, open to all England (given by the Society). 1st Prize 2 2 0 Ditto ditto 2nd „ 110 „ Ditto ditto 3rd „ 0 10 0 „ Ditto ditto 4th „ 0 5 0 „ No. 7.—The same for the Servants of Manufacturers of Ploughs (given by the Society) a prize of 2 2 0 „ JE28 2 0 CONDITIONS. The teams to be in the field at half-past eight o'clock, and to start at nine o'clock punctually. The Stewards to determine the depth and width of fur- row, and manner of ploughing, and may withhold premiums should there not be sufficient merit, or when any deception is practised. No person who has received a FIRST PRIZE for Ploughing, will be allowed to compete for any other than CHAMPION PRIZES. W All kinds of Ploughs will be allowed; but to be provided with. fays. THOMAS P. WILLIAMS, RICHARD PARSONS, and WILLIAM PUIDE are appointed Stewards of the Plough Field, who, with the President, are to ap- point Judges of the Ploughing. Competitors for Farms, Roots, and in Servants' Class, are to notify their names and address by post to the Hon. Sec., stating the No. they compete for. by the 18th of October, and for all other classes not later than the 31st of October, 1864, on a separate printed return paper. An entrance fee of 5s. to be paid for each prize competed for in classes for Farms and Roots, which will be forfeited to the club if competitors withdraw. Subscribers of dEl Is. are exempt. The Schedules containing rules and regulations will be sent to each member in October, and any returns not sent by post will be rejected. Extra schedules can be had of the printer, price Sixpence each. — rrHE ANNUAL SHOW WILL BE HELD JL on Tf-l U RSDA Y, the 24th of November, 1864 Prizes amounting to about jEloO will be awarded for Stock and Poultry, in the Yard. None can be admitted for competition after ten a.m. by the church clock. No one but the Stewards and Servants of Exhibitors allowed to be in the Yard during the time the Judges are making their awards. The Stewards will attend the Yard, near the Steam Mill, (kindly granted by the President,) from half-past eight till ten o'clock on the day of showing No bulls will be admitted loose, and the exhibitors must provide chains for the rest of their cattle Judges of Farms, Roots, and Stock, cannot compete for prizes over which they are appointed Judges. The Stock to remain in the Yard till two o'clock, and will be open for Sale till that hour. Admission to the Yard, one shilling, (excepting the Stewards, Judges, and Servants in charge of the Stock, &c., from twelve till two o'clock. The members and their friends will dine on the day of the Annual Show, at the George Hotel, Chep- stow, at four o'clock punctually. Dinner Tickets, 3s. 6d. each, including dessert and waiters. After the cloth is removed, the awards will be read and the prizes paid over to the successful competitors. Parties wishing to exhibit Implements, &c., must give notice to the Hon. Sec. of their intentions, on or before the 13th of November, J 864, On the day of the Ploughing Match, and on the day of the Annual Show, the Bristol and South Wales Union Railway will run trains at convenient periods. All Subscriptions to be paid to the Hon. Sec. on or before the 31st of October in each year. Chepstow, Aug. 20th, 1864. BT ORDER. FOR SALE.-About 6 Sacks of CIDER APPLES. .E —Apply immediately at the Observer Office, Usk. USK FARMERS' CLUB. PRESIDENT :—His Honor JUDGE FALCONER. THE ANNUAL MEETING is fixed to take place at LLANDOWLAS FARM, near USK, On MONDAY, October 24th, 1864, when the following prizes will be offered for competi- tion ?— 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:— CLASS I.-R-CHAMP ION PRIZES.—Open to all England. to be competed for by Ploughmen who have gained the first prize in any year, in the two following classes: First prize, 95; Second prize, JE3. CLASS II,—To the Farmer (being a member) or his Son First prize, £3 j Second prize, zC2. CLASS III.—To the Ploughman or servant of a mem- ber: First prize, 1:3 Second prize. E2; Third prize. E I 10s.; Fourth prize, £1 Fifth prize, 10s. CLASS IV.—To the Son or Servant of a member, under 20 years of age: First prize, £ 110s.; Second prize, 21. Teams to be in the field at 8.30, when lots will be drawn, and the signal lor starting will be given at Nine o'clock. If not more than two compete, the second prize will be with-held. Flays to be used, and the ploughing to be six inches deep. FARMS. CLASS V.—A Prize of £3 3s. offered by His Grace the Duke of Beaufort, to the Tenant Farmer who shews the Neatest Farm, and the best kept Fences and Roadways, and displays the greatest economy in the management of his homestead, especially in the husbanding and preparation ot manure. Entrance fee, 2s. 6d. THATCHING. CLASS VI.—For the best Set and Thatched Ricks, done by a Son or Servant of a member of this club, regard being liad to the number of ricks: First prize, £ l j Second prize, 10s. HEDGING. CLASS VII.—For Hedging Three Perches (twenty- one yards) within six hours: First prize, £1; Second prize, 10s. The Hedging to commence at Eight o'clock on the morning of the Ploughing Match. The prizes will be with-held unless there are three competitors. STOCK. CLASS VIII.—A Prize of £ 5 offered by Reginald Herbert, Esq., for the best four-year-old Nag, by a thorough-bred horse. There must be at least five competitbrs, and the horses must have been bred in the County of Monmouth. CLASS IX—A Prize of £1 Is. offered by Messrs. Ogden and Co., Halifax, Yorkshire, for the best Pen of Six Wether Tegs. CLASS X.—A Prize of £1 Is. offered by Mr. Macfar- lane, for the best Pen of Five Breeding Ewes. CLASS XI.—A Prize of £1 Is. for the best Fat Pig, fed by a Cottager, and having been in his possession for three months. GREEN CROPS. CLASS XII.—A Prize of zC5 offered by Mr. Farlong, of Bristol, to the Tenant Farmer, occupying more than 100 acres of Arable Land, who shall grow the best Ten Acres of Swedes. CLASS XIII.-A Prize of £ 3 offered by Mr. Farlong, of Bristol, to the Tenant Farmer, occupying less than 100 acres of Arable Land, who shall grow the best Five Acres of Swedes. The competitors to use at least four cwt. of Far- long's Artificial Manure to the acre. CLASS XIV.—A Prize of £5 offered by Mr. Roger Morgan, of Llanellen, to the Tenant Farmer who shews the best Four Acres of Swedish Turnips, grown by artificial manure. CLASS XV.—A Prize of X2 offered by the Western Counties' Manure Company, to the Tenant Farmer for the best crop of Swedes and Turnips, not less than Five Acres, grown with the Western Coun- ties' Manure Company's Manure. PRODUCE. CLASS XVI.—A Prize ofdBl Is. 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 61bs ). The exhibitor must have been in the habit of supplying the inhabitants of Usk with this article, either by attending the market, or dispos- ing of her goods at private houses. CLASS XVII.—A prize of Li Is. 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 XVIII. A Prize of 10s. to the Farmer's Wife or Daughter, who shall exhibit the best eouple of Fowls for the table. To be bred and fed by the exhibitor. Notice of Competition for the Neatest Farm, Ricks, and Green Crops, must be sent in to the Secretary, on or before$he 14th of October, and the names of the Ploughmen who intend to compete at the Plough- ing, must be given, and all entry Fees and Subscrip- tions paid to the Secretary, on or before Friday, 21st ofi October. The Committee reserves to itself the power of with-holding any Prize where the Judges consider there is not sufficient merit. The Members and their friends will dine together at the Three Salmons Hoetl, punctually at Four o'clock. Dinner and Dessert,^38. 6d. Tickets to be had at the Bar. J. H. CLARK, HoN. SEC. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, a HOUSE and BUILDING, and 12 Acres of Freehold LAND, called TY-COCH," 'situate in the parish of Clytha, four miles from Usk, n IW in the occupation of William Richard Stretton, Esq. The purchaser may have immediate possession.— I Apply to Mr. WM. GRIFFITHS, Llanllowell, near Usk. rriHEEE SALMONS HOTEL, JL USK. FAMILY PRICE LIST. WINES. s. d. Port (Draught) per Bottle 3 6 „ (Bottled) „ 5 0 » Extra Old „ 6 6 Sherry (Draught) 3 6 „ (Golden). 5 0 „ (Pale) „ 4 0 Champagne „ 5 0 (Moet's lst brand) 7 0 SparklingMoselle. 7 6 Claret (3rd quality) 2 6 (2nd „ ). 4 6 „ (1st" ). 6 0 Rousillon. 3 9 Masdeu. 4 0 Hock. 5 0 ALE, PORTER, &c. Ale (best Burton) ..per Doz. pint bottles 5 6 Porter (London). „ (Dublin). „ Cider „ • ■<■ ■ ■ j Perry „ SPIRITS. Brandy (Martell's 1st brand) ..per Bottle 5 6 11 (Pale) 5 0 Whiskey (Campbelton & Islay).. 4 0 „ (Irish) „ Gin (2nd quality) 2 3 V (1st „ ') 2 6 Hollands. 6 0 Rum 3 6 LIQUEURS. Curagoa Maraschino. „ Noyau. „ iERATED WATERS. Soda Water, (1st quality) per doz. bottles 5 0 Seltzer Water „ „ 6 0 Lemonade „ „ 6 0 Potass Water I" 6 0 Gingerade „ „ CIGARS. Estrellas -.per Box 24 0 Habanas 34 0 Manilla Cheroots. 30 0 Any quantity supplied at the same rate. Posting Arrangements on the most reasonable scale. WANTED, a general MAID SERVANT, for the country, where a man servant is kept.— Apply to Mrs. GOODALL, West Place, Pontypool. WANTED, a Situation as HOUSE-MAID, or TT DAIRY-MAID, by an experienced young person.-Apply C., care of Mr. J. HALL, Haglazi. WANTED, a steady industrious young LABOR- ING MAN, who can read and write, and of obliging disposition, to attend to horses and the de- livery of goods with same, and fill up his time as porter; situation permanent. Satisfactory reference required.-Apply to N. WATKINS, grocer, Mon. mouth. The French Language. A TEACHER of the above, (a Parisian) is desirous of forming a class in Usk. Terms and other particulars may be known on application at the Post Office. To Anglers Visiting Usk. HERBERT WILLIAMS, Chemist, Bridge Street, it Usk, invites attention to his large assortment of FISHING TACKLE of every description, of first-class make. H. W.'s practical knowledge of the "Gentle Art, enables him to supply such SALMON and TROUT FLIES as are peculiar to the stream, and which will ensure success to the angler. rMMEDIATE CASH ADVANCES.—Money lent JL in sums of not less than dElOO, 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, at from 4 to 5 per cent, interest; charges moderate, and the strictest confidence, ob- served. Full particulars forwarded per post, on receipt of six postage stamps. Office hours from ten to three.-Apply to Mr. SYDNEY T. EVANS, Land and Estate Agent, Old Masonic llall, Newport, Mon. •sjuaui^sui ilioiilunb jo ApeaX •jpm paxg Aq alqdRda.1 'EIEAA 9.10 f 'G -7, 11 joj 'OOO'ISF 0) OSJF raOJJ uinS ÂU'1! gauquu;) nOA 'Á¡!Jnaas (cuosjaj paAO-tddy TAIIIA Ieqi aajueuenS IHM. aij put; inok aansuj puu '.uoK liiodmak Ilooils M°°(I *91'S W VIIIIAY A\ °» a'sb^; J puB d«aqQ « ^auoj\[ A\o.uog oj ;ubai noA *J,NVXHO<5l £ B The South Wales Coal Company HAVING appointed Mr. WILLIAM JAMES their Agent for USK, LL AN DENNY, RAG- LAN and MONMOUTH, respectfully solicit a con- tinuance of that support of which, up to the present time, they have received so large a share, and which they take this opportunity of thankfully acknow- ledging. Orders for COAL, COKE, LIME, &c. given to the Salesmen at the above mentioned stations, will receive prompt attention, or to Mr.Jamfs personally, or at his address, St. Mary's street, Monmouth. tpg" Fire tfricks, Tiles, Pipes, Slates, and other Building Materials supplied to order. MONMOUTHSHIRE. To be Let hy Tender, ALL that capital FARM, called ALTABILLA,' situate in the parishes of Llangwm Ueha, Llan geview, and Gwernesney, comprising a good Farm House, Barn, Cider Mill, Stables, and other suitable Outbuildings, together with 113a. lr. 31p. of Arable, Meadow, Pasture and Orchard Land, belonging to the Trustees of Roger Edwards' Charity. Possession of the land may be had on the 2nd of February next, and of the house and outbuildings, on the 1st of May following. The Farm is situate about 2 miles from the town of Usk, about 12 from Chepstow, 9 from Pontypool, and 13 from Newport. The Tenders must be sent in to Mr. WM. DAVIS, Land Agent, Usk, before Wednesday, the 26th day of October, 1864. The Trustees do not bind them- selves to accept of the highest Tender. U&k, 29th September, 1864. Llantrissent, Monmouthshire. MESSRS. GRAHAM, & Co., have been favoured ltl with instructions from Mr. Thomas Rogers, who is leaving the farm to submit to PUBLIC AUCTION, On Thursday, the 27th of October, 1864, The whole of his Live and Dead FARMING STOCK Implements of Husbandry, Dairy Utensils, portion of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, and other valuable Effects, comprising 60 head of STOCK, as foliow :—23 excellent milch cows to calve in good season, 6 heifers in calf, rising; 3 years old 4 steers, 1 martin heifer, 3 years old 5 fresh barren cows, 9 heifers in calf, rising 2 years old; 12 weaned calves. 200 SHEEP, as follow:-50 first-class Radnor fat ewes, 20 very superior English fat ewes, 60 prime fat wethers, 20 store ewes, 52 ewe and wether lambs. Ten IIORSES, and HARNESS, as follow 2 cart mares in foal", 5 and 6 years old 1 cart horse, 4 years old, 1 cart horse, 8 years old, 2 four-year-old cart colts, 2 two-year-old cart colts, 2 yearling colts, 3 sets of short harness, 2 sets of long ditto, 3 sets of G.O. harness. PIGS 12 fat porkers. IMPLEMENTS, DAIRY and BREWING UTENSILS:— 2 gigs, 1 dray, 1 broad-wheel wagon, 1 narrow-wheel ditto, 2 broad-wheel carts, 3 iron ploughs, 2 iron harrows, 2 wooden ditto, 1 scuffier, 2 tedding ma- chines, 1 hay collector, I horse rake (by Howard), 2-knife chaff machine, 2 hand rakes, pikes, rakes, hay knives, ladders, grindstones, pump stone, cord chains, 2 sheep racks, malt mill, salting stones, shovels, hogs- heads, casks, harvest bottles, 1 double cheese press, 1 single ditto, cheese vats, cheese tubs, also a few brewing utensils. SUNDRIES Several sides of prime home-cured hacon, upwards of 100 gallons of cider, a few sacks of potatoes (part early seed), also a portion of the grass upon the tarm to the 2nd of February, 18f>5« « Refreshments on the table at ten o'clock in the morning, and the sale to commence precisely at 12 o'clock noon. N.B.—The Auctioneers respectfully solicit a very punctual attendance, as the lottl are numerous and the whole will be disposed of in one day. The Auc- tioneers feel they need not make any comment upon the character of the sale, as the name of Mr. Rogers alone is a sufficient guarantee for the excellent char- acter and quality of the stock advertised to be sold. Dated the 6th October, 1864, A UTUMNSEASON, 1864. JONES AND POWELL BEG most respectfully to inform the Public that their Stock of Goods for the present season will be ready for inspection On Monday, the 17th instant, comprising a choice selection of all NOVELTIES in DRESSES, MANTLES, JACKETS, SHAWLS, FANCY SKIRTS, RIBBONS, BONNETS, GLOVES, HOSIERY, &c., and a large stock of CLOTHS, DOESKINS, CHEVIOTS, WITNEYS, &c. GENTLEMEN'S WINTER CLOTHING, Fancy Wool Shirts, Hats, Caps, and Umbrellas. MILLINERY IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. EVERY ARTICLE IN FAMILY MOURNING. Bridge Street. Usk, Oct. 11, 1864. Societies for Promoting Christian Knowledge and the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign parts. rPBE ANNUAL MEETING of the Monmouthshire -L District Committees of the above Societies will be held at Monmouth, on THURSDAY, the 27th of October instant. Divine Service in the Parish Church will com- mence at 11 a.m., the Sermon will be preached by the Rev. W. J. C. LINDSAY, B.A., Rector of Llan- vaches. The Meeting will be held in the Borough Court, at half-past One o'clock. W. J. C. LINDSAY, j Secretarie8 THOS. WILLIAMS, J aecretane8- October, 1864. Collections will be made at the Church and the Meeting. T. EVANS, Boot, Shoe, and Gaiter lofa Jlufa c- BE turer, and Currier, \jp 16 and 17, CROSS STREET, ABERGAVENNY, BEGS to call the attention of the ■HHMSH Public to the LARGE STOCK ■KB of BOOTS and SHOES of every description he has constantly on ■HflH hand. HIFLE GAITERS made from the FBLJH primest Cowhide, on the most Reasonable Terms, Suitable for Shooting or Walking purposes. £ 1,000 IN CASE OF DEATH, Or an Allowance of £6 per Week while laid up I by Injury caused by ACCIDENT OF ANY KIND, Whether Walking, Riding, Driving. Hunting, Shoot- ing, Fishing, or at Home, may be secured by an Annual hayment of 43 to the, Railway Passengers' Assurance Company, 64, COliMHILL LONDON, E C. MORE THAN 8,000 CLAIMS FOR C 0 M P E N S A T I 0 N Have been Promptly and Liberally Paid. For Particulars apply to the Clerks at any of the Railway Stations, fotheLocal Agents, or at the Offices 10, REGENT STREET, and 64, COIlNHILL. WILLIAM J. VIAN, Secretary Railway Passengers' Assurance Company, Emvoiotred by \ptcial Act of Parliameni, 1849. rO LENI).-To rRAI-)ES. MONEY TO LEN D.-To TRADES. MEN, FARMERS, & OTHERS.—MONEY immediately advanced on good personal security, or Leasehold, Copyhold, and Freehold Property, from £ .50 to £ 5000, at 5 per cent interest. Upwards of three hundred thousand pounds have already been advanced—Apply to Mr. C. JOHNS, Licensed Appraiser and House Agent, 4, Prospect Place, Stow Hill, Newport, Mon. N. B.-All applications by post to contain 4 stamps for reply.