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"Centers. TO BE LET BY TENDER, as from the 2nd -L February last to the 2nd February, 1910, all those Enclosures of PASTURE LAND, part of THE DAN-Y-BLORENGE ESTATE, LLAN- FOIST, within One Mile of Abergavenny, and containing about 9 Acres. The landlord will pay the tithe rent charge, the tenant paying the rates.and taxes.—Apply, James Straker & Son, Ltd.. Auctioneers & Estate Agents, Abergavenny. (IMantctj. w ANTED, a respectable Girl from the country, age 14 to 16.—Apply, 2 Trinity Terrace. WANTED, strong Lad for Garden. — Apply, W McNeill, Ty-Rbolben, Abergavenuy. WANTED immedia.tely, experienced GenHal; ?V references rcqnired. — Apply, Mrs. Tinsley, Btlgrave Hosue, Brecon Roa.d, Abergav?nay. WANTED, immediately, superior Cook General. TT Must have good references. Good wages to reliable :person.&,pply, Gwynn, Ashbourne Lodge, Abergavenny. WANTED ever one to call and see the newest ntyle silent working Sewing Machines, Wash- ing Machines, Wringers, Mangles, Mail and Push Cars, Phonographs.—No agents to pay at W. H. Davies. 22 Brecon Kond, Abergavenny. GENERAL S?rv?it (competent) wanted. In Gfaiiiily three. G?od plain cook. Part washing. Rflferpncfi rpnnired. Permanency and good holidays to reliable servant. Girls stay years.—Apply, X., c/o. Mrs. Jones, 38 Cross Street. jfor 2\al£. FOR Snle, several loads Manure, at 4s. per load.- JD Apply Steatu Launcrv, Abergavenny. FOR Sale, Six First Vola. of Treasury of David JL* lOs., and other Books.-Apply, E.A.R., Chronicle Office. FOR Sale. Dexter Cow in full milk, and Heifor FCalf.-Haiii", Penpergwin. PRIME Cider for Sale.-Farr, Haywood, Here- JL ford. Grosvenor Park Estate, Hereford Road, I Abergavenny. A NUMBER OF BUILDING SITES sur- veyed for the purpose of Cottage Resi- dences, for Sale for Cash, or on terms of deferred Payments, inclusive of Law Costs, Roads and Sewer expenses. For terms and particulars, apply to Messrs. TOMKINS & CHADWICK, Abergavenny. PIANOFORTE.—fcompnbory Sale. Magnificent JL 56-guinea Balmoral-model upright steel grand, fitted with double chick action, paient resonating sounding board, very handsome inlaid Chippendale case, rich marqneterre pnnel, ,ery full tone; new this year original piii;e 56 guineas, will accept 15 .guineas cash down, or nrrange for payment in one, two, or three years. linkers 20 years' warranty given. Sent on apptoval, 7 dear dnys, carriage paid, both way" s if not >ippnjved No finer instrument could be desired; fn for any drawing room.—C., 231, Burdett-road, Bow, Loudon, E.  HARRISON'S HAIR GROWTH.—A cer- Ht a in Hair Producer. Beautifies and promotes the growth of the Hair, and is a pre- ventive of thinness and falling out. In Boxes, price is. each. It keeps the hair free from scurf and dandruff, and promotes a healthy condition of the scalp. Numerous testimonials received. Sold by all Chemists Manufacturer, Geo. W. Harrison, Chemist, Reading. Agent for Aber- gavenny H. Shackleton, Chemist, 9 Cross-street IMPORTANT to Mothers.—Every Mother JL who values the Health and cleanliness of her Child should use Harrison's "Reliable" Nursery Pomade. One application kills all Nits and Vermin, beautifies and strengthens the Hair. In Tins, 4id. and 9d. Postage id. Geo. W. Harrison, Chemist, Reading. Sold by all Chem- ists. Insist on having 'Harrison's Pomade. Agent for Abergavenny — H. Shackleton, Chemist, 9. Cross Street. Brynmawr: A. M. Jones, 42 King Street. PC ATS, MICE, MOLES, COCKROACHES and BEETLES greedily eat Harrion's Reliable Rat Poison. Cats and Dogs will not touch it. Vermin dry up and leave no smell. Prices 6d., IS., 2S. 3d.. and 3s. 8d. Postage zd.- G. W. Harrison, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agent for Abergavenny H. Shackle- ton, Chemist, Q, Cross Street. Brynmawr A. M. Jones, Chemist, 42 King Street. Î E undertake all Cycle and Motor W Repairs, and Guarantee satis- faction. Let us have your Cycle for Enamelling and Plating. The Aberga- venny Cycle Co. (next door to the Post Office), 53, Cross-street. Abergavenny. Co$.ft. TO Let, immediately, 8 Mount Street; gas laid on, with stove; no children; rent 5/9. Apply, 10. rpo Let. The Lindens, Avenue Road; rent £ 28.— JL Apply, D. Scott, Frogmore Street. LODGINGS, quiet and comfortable, offered to a t j coaplf of respectable, steady young men.- Apply, F., Chronicle Office. A HOUSE t,,) Let in Park Street.-Apply, Wood- Award, Red Barn, Abergavenny. TO Let, Two Cottages and Gardens at PeDpergwm —Haines, The Bryn, Abergavenny. TO Let, The Tudor Arms. Abergavenny. Fully J. licensed house. Immediate possession can be rranged.-For further particulars apply to Facey and Son, Brewers, Abergavenny. TO Let, in large Farmhouse 6 or 7 nicely Furnished J. Rooms. Bathroom. Piano. Adjoining golf links. Fishing. H miles from town, and close to church and P.O.—Mrs. Davies, The Grove, Llanfoist. TO Let, Bay Cottage, with stable and workshop, Hereford Road, Abergavenny. Rent £ 26.— Apply, Young, Monmouth Road. TO Let, the dwelling part of No. 4, Frogmore- J- street.-Apply, Tomkins & Chadwick. TO be Let, Linden House, Monk Street, Aberga.. venny, containing reception rooms, 5 bedrooms, b. and c. bath, coach-house or motor garage, stables, side driving wav. Moderate rent.—Apply, Messrs- Hodgens & Cunliffe, Solicitors. TO be Let. for a term or by the year, Trinity Villa, TB&ker Street, containing drawing mom, dining- room and study, six bedrooms, bathroom (with h. and c. water), kitchen, back kitchen and pantry, large cellar, indoor and out-door W.C,'B, and every con- venience. All in perfect condition. Large garden. —Apply, H. G. Res tall, Town Hall. TO Let, at Ewyas (Harold;, Pontrilas, Modern House; 2 reception rooms good kitchen, back feitchen, pantry, larder, &c.; 7 bed-rooms, batb-room. w.c hot and cold water, garden. Station 1 mile, Chnrch and Post Office near. Rent ;C35.-Apply J. E. Mailes. LOWER GELLI, Llanvetherine, to Let, JLj with early possession. A good, con- venient and pleasantly situated house, with good garden and paddock, about one and a half acres, four and a half miles from Abergavenny, con- taining 4 bedrooms and box-room upstairs, with good commodious, light rooms down, and ex- cellent cellar, piggery, and large cut-house, with room over.—Apply to G. Jones, Victoria House, Abercarn, Mon. ilost or <s>trax>et>. -4- LOST, on fair day, bob tail Sheep Dog; short coat. L j black, white and tan answers to the name of Ben.—Powell, Purcgwyn, Llanvapley. LOST, from a field in Holywell Road, a Sheep, _Lj with acisaor-t mark on tail. Apply, Mrs. S. Denner, Cross Street. STRAYED, to Penybont, Llanbedr, a Wh,h Ewe and Lamb. If rot claimed within 14 days will be sold.—Charles D. Jones. JWtsccllaneoua 0_" ABERGAVENNY TRADESMEN'S & SHOP ASSISTANTS' EXCURSION TO LONDON THURSDAY, JUNE 17th, 1909. FARES One Day, 7s.; Three Days, 10a.; Five or Eight Days, 15s. 6d. Leave Abergavenny at 5.40 a.m. For return times see small bills. I Persons desiring to take advantage of this Ex- cursion should purchase their tickets before 12 noon on Tuesday, after which time the committee reserve the right of issuing any more. No tickets will be issued by the Railway Company. SEASON 1909. ? CARDIGAN  A- v% 99 BY CARDIGAN COMET". Standing at ABERFRWDD MILL and RECTORY FARM, PENPERGWM, will Serve a few Mares at 30s. the Season. 10s. discount allowed for pay- ment before the end of August. Apply, ROBERT DAVIS, as above. — n-

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