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Scales fov Auction. IN AID OF THE POOR WOUNDED HORSES BLUE CROSS FUND. MAY FAIR DAY. IT AS. STRAKER, K.A.J., SON & CIIAD- WICK, I-.A I., are arranging a special DUMB FRIENDS SALE by arrangement, wjh His Worship the Mayor, in aid of the Flag Day for this and other Funds he will he organizing next month. Any Miscellaneous Goods will be sold. May we appeal 'or entries which will he sold in the Cattle Market on Fair Day (free of charge). Amongst those to hand is a capital Dog Cart. j. STRAKER, SON & CHADWICK, lion. Auctioneers. THE CROWN A SCEPTRE. MARDY, One mile out on the Hereford Road from ABERGAVENNY. MONDAY, MAY 1ST, 1916. J AS. STRAKER, I'.A.I., vSON & CHAD- WICK, F.A.I., having negotiated a let of the above, are instructed by Mr. Williams, the 1 outgoing tenant, to conduct an Unreserved Sale of his OUTDOOR EFFECTS & IMPLEMENTS including Tools, Ecu cues. 2 Hogsheads, Casks, Wire Netting, FIrcwood, bteps, Cupboards, 4 Long Forms, &c., &c Large Wood Trough, Cross-cut Saw, Hand Cart. 2 Wheelbarrows, New Fairbank's Platform Weighing Machine, Sheep Trough, Pig Troughs, 6 Wood Hurdles, Hay Rakee, Pulley Blocks, 2 Chicken Coops and Run. 1 Cart Wheels and Shaits, Scythes, Pickels, 2 Long Ladders, Cow Ties, New Pulper (by BentclJ), C' .aftcuiter. Switigletrees, Single Plough (by Ransome), Pair Seed Harrows Pair Short Gears, as new Cc. vital Four-wheel Dog Cart, Spring Trap, Odd Harness, New Narrow-wheel Cart rect Btly done up and built less than two years ago by H. J. Watkins, and numerous other lots, also Ferret and Hutch, &e.. Harvest Bottles, Baskets, Milk Tins. 3 POWERFUL UPSTAKDiNG CART HORSES viz., Bounce," a powerful Grey Mare, 15.2 hands, j years old Bright," a useful Bay Mare, 14.2 hands, o years old Captain," a heaw Cart Horse, 17.2 hands, rising 5 years old. The working horses are behoved to be sound, and are good staunch workers in all gears, and are being sold as quiet. THE EXCELLENT HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE includes Kitchen and Office Hffeets, Tables, Chairs, Large Quantity of Tea and Dinner Ware, Gla,o,s and Tin Ware, Large Meat Safe, Spring f Balancc, Arm Chairs, Adjustable Spring Couch, Steel Fender, Pembroke Table Table with leather top, 5ft. 2in. x 8ft. Corner Cupboard, Venetian Clock, oft. oin. Painted Dresser and Shelves, 6 Pewter Measures, 4ft. ioin. Antique Brass-mounted Oak Dresser with small cup- board in centre and two large ditto, 5ft. 6in. Dresser, Iron Hall-stand, Folding Chairs, Suite (as new) in Velvet, Cheifonier in Walnut, Arm Chair in Oak and Leatrer, 2 Very Fine Genuine Antique Chippendale Arm Chairs on Claw and Ball Feet, one with Sunflower Carved Back Single Pull Bar Engine, banjo, root 1 ump, about 40 Prints and Engravings, 7 Old Brass Candlesticks, Pair of Old Silver-plated Ditto, Copper Spittoons, Silver-plated Snuffer Tray. 4 Dish Covers, Norton Check Door Spring, Timepiece, Dessert Service, Glazed Cupboard, 3 Antique Mason Ware jugs, Tea Service, Glass and China, Oval Walnut Loo Table, Pier Glass in gilt, Brass Fonder Stand, Large Flag, Skittle Board, Very Heavy and Solid Dining Room Suite (as new) in mahogany. Very Pretty Settee in Tapestry £ .nd Walnut, Oft. Early Victorian style Mahogany Sideboard. New Quarter-Size Billiard Table in Mahogany, with Cues, Board and Table Top Cover Marble Clock, Weather Glass in mahogany case, Engravings, Antique Glass Jn £ PRIVATE SITTING ROOM & BEDROOMS o Mahogany Chairs in leather, Easy Chair and Couch, Oak Side Table, 5ft. Oval Mahogany Pedestal Table, Carpet Square, Mirror in gilt, Antique Inlaid Chest uf 5 Drawers, Mahogany Pembroke Table, Handsome Antique Chippen- dale Ledgcd Oval Waiter, Toilet Ware, Mugs, Antique Brass-mounted Oak Bureau, Linen Baskets, Toilet Glasses, Cane-seated Chairs, Bamboo Tables, Two Excellent Nearly New Bedroom Suites, one in Fumed Oak and the other in Spanish jVh.hoga.ny. Brass and Oak Bedsteads, Feather Beds, Large Oak Linen Chests, Painted Tables, Antique Oak Coffer, 3ft. 6in. x Isin., and many other items. Sale at 1.30 pm. sharp. Goods on View Morning of Sale only. Terms Cash. All Lots to be cleared by Tuesday evening following day of sale. The Furniture is all in first class condition, and will be sold without reserve. Auctioneers' & Hotel Valuers' Offices Aber- gavenny and Crickhowell. GRAIG BARN FARM, CRICKHOWELL. MR. MONTAGUE HARRIS, F.A.I., has been instructed by Mr. W. G. Watkins to Sell by Auction on the premises, as above, On THURSDAY, 27th APRIL, 1016, THE GRASS KEEP on GRAIG BARN FARM, comprising an area of 42 Acres or thereabouts. Lots 1, 2, 3 4, comprising an area of 24 Acres or thereabouts, to be grazed. Lots 5. 6, 7, comprising 18 Acres or there- abouts, to be grazed or mown. For further particulars, apply to Mr. W. G. Watkins, Crickhowell, or to the Auctioneer, Lion Street, Abergavenny. Sale at 2 o'clock, p.m. Auctioneer's Offices: Abergavenny. COURT FARM, OLDCASTLE. il miles from Pandy Station, G. W.R. 2 CROSS-BRED COWS and their CALVES. Very U$dW COB MAKE, 14 hands, in foal IMPLEMENTS, &c. Trap, Turnip Cutter, Two Pig Troughs, Ladders, Two Pig Benches, Doable Corn Bin, Sack Truck, Capital Waggon Ropes, Quantity of Pikes, Rakes and Forks, Hay Knife, Shovel, Cross-cut Saw, Two Stone Cisterns, Quantity of Tubs and Casks, One Set Trap Harness, 3 Empty Hogsheads, together f with 2 Hogsheads of CIDER, 2 Geese and Gells, i Gander AJso the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS, comprising Large Oak Dining Table, Large Kitchen Table, Round Mahogany Table, Two Oak Tables, Settle, Oak Chest, Six Mahogany- franed Dining Chairs covered in horsehair, Gent's Easy Chair covered in leather, Antique Chimney Glass in mahogany frame, Four Wooden Bedsteads, Four Feather Beds, Four Plated Meat Covers, Quantity of Cheese Vats, Butter Trin. Chum, Milk Pans, Cooler, Boxes, j and a Quantity of Excellent Mangels (to go off), together with a quantity of other Effects too numerous to mention, which MR. MONTAGUE HARRIS, F.A.I., having J.Vt received instructions from Mr. J. Probert, will Sell by Auction on the premises as above On THURSDAY, 4th MAY, 1916. Goods on View Morning of Sale. Sale to commence at 2 p.m. sharp. Auctioneer's Offices: Abergavenny. 24, NORTH ST., ABERGAVENNY. QALE OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD o FtfMITtrRE AND EFFECTS, by in- structioae from Mrs. Joseph Green, who is giving up housekeeping, On FRIDAY, APRIL 28th, 1916, Sale to commence at 1.30 sharp. Goods on View Morning of Sale. MONTAGUE HARRIS, F.A.I., Auctioneer. Auctioneer's Offices, Abergavenny. LOWER HOUSE FARM, WALTERSTONE. ANNUAL GRASS LETTING, by instruc- tions from Colonel Sir Reginald Rankin, Bart., THURSDAY, MAY nth, 1916. at 1.30 p.m. sharp. MONTAGUE* HARRIS, F.A.L, Auctioneer. Auctioneer's Offices, Abergavenny. SEED POTATOES. ABERGAVENNY CATTLE MARKET. MR. LEWIS J. ORR IS ?for the Executors m of the late Percy Wibberley, deceased) will Sell by Auction, as above. On TUESDAY NEXT, APRIL 25th, 1916, A Quantity of SEED POTATOES, Up-to-dates (Scotch, one year local soil). Sale at 12 o'clock sharp. Auctioneer's Offices Abergavenny. ell* bY gruction. I SPRING COTTAGE, B RYNY G WENIN. About2 miles from Abergavenny. MR. LEWIS J. MORRIS (tor the Executors .L of the late Percy Wibberley, deceased) has been favoured with instructions from Mrs. j Atkins to Sell bv Auction, as above, On THURSDAY, MAY 4th, 1916, The whole of the LIVE & DEAD FARMING STOCK & EFFECTS. For further particulars see posters. Auctioneer's Offices: Lion St. (over Bakery Shop), Abergavenny. CAEMAIN, PENRHOS, NEAR RAGLAN. MR. LEWIS J. MORRIS (for the Executors of the late Percy Wibberley, deceased) has received instructions irom Mrs. M. A. Jones to SeU bv Auction as above On THURSDAY, APRIL 27th, 1916, THE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE & EFFECTS together with an Aged PONY, about 14 hds. high. Sale at 2 o'clock. Auctioneer's Offices Abergavenny. | ELGAM FARM, BLAENAYON, MON. SO-NS are 1 instructed by Mr. J. Emery (who is up business] to Sell by Public Auction, I at the above Farm, on THURSDAY, 27th APRIL, .1 the whole of his, FARMING & CONTRACTOR'S STOCK chiefly comprising i Dark Bay Mare 9 years old, 2 Black Horses, I Ponv. i Bay Horse Entire 3 years, i Shorthorn Cow idue to calve early in May), 16 head of Poultry, Geese, Ducks, 3 Sheepdogs, Two Wagonettes, Single or Double, 2 Brakes, i Brougham, 1 Landau, i Trap, Liverpool Gig (all in good condition), i Light Wagon, 1 Heavy ditto, Furniture Van, about a dozen Light Carts, Light Iron Roller, Horse Rake, New Mowing Machine, 4 Sets Single Harness, 3 Sets Double ditto, 8 Sets Cart ditto, and 3 Sets of Long ditto, 2 Chaff Cutters (hand and horse power), Pikes and Rakes, Corn Bins, Mangers, 3 Ladders, I Vice, Scythes, Trap Rugs, and sundry other lots also some HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Sale to commence punctually at 2 o'clock. Auctioneers' Offices Club Chambers, Pontv- pool. IWautc-a. 1: X T ANTED, Boy about 17. for Farmhouse; used V, to cattle.-St,phens, Penrhos, near Radian. B ELS. A few hives of healthy bes,-Give full JD particulars to G. McLe^d, Gamekeeper, Rholbin, Abergavenny. w ANTED, Man to drive ehantiner horse.-Apply VV R. T. Smith & Co., G.W.R. Station. ANTEU, for Abergavenny residence, respect able experienced iiitrr;ed Gardener as care- taker, to live in. Wages, 25s. per week. Preference yivtn to disabled married soldier.—Straker, Sou and Chadwck. ANTEb to purchase Freehold Fa»m of aboat » 1?0 acreo 'n e,a r good road. With mountain run prc-f.i red. -Straker, Sou and Chadwick, Estate Ag<ut* g at home or at ladie. \A7"AN'TLD, L'r?-m.tking at borne or at ladie?' VV hou?is -Apply, M CAront??eOmce. WANTED, at once, Waggoner, not eligible. V V Good cottage and gi4.rdc.n at the work.— Apply, Johnson, Llancidewi Courz. HI ANTKD, Young Girl for mortiings, to wheel "V baby out.—Apply, Mrs. Herbert, 3. Windsor Road WANTED, reliable, all round Farm Man; TV regular wurk: ineligible.-Baylis, Pentre, Llangattock Lingoed. W ANTED, Yuan* Man, ineligiole, as Workman iV Waggoner; most be able to make ricks and tba.tch.-Apply, with references, to Thomas Lewis, Church Faun, Gilwern. WANTED, a Woman for light garden work, two or tbrje days per week.— Williams, 27, Park Street. w ANTED, single Man 00 Farm; ineligible; V V must be able to plough and hedge.-Williams, Pentregwithel, Abergavenny. WANTED a good Waggoner; good wages given; cotbge hnd garden found. AppJy, J. Williams, Werngochen, Abergavenny. PLUMBING, Gas and Hot-water Fitting.—An t Apprentice wanted to the above. Apply, Price & Son, 16. Nevill Street. WANTED, Man to Drive Engine and Mortar V* Pan. Also Labourers; immediately; in- eligible for army. Williams, Llanellen, Aberga- venny. WAGGONER wanted. Also good General Farm Hand'with knowledge of sheep and shearing; indoors.—W. Jonathan, Llanover, Abergavenny. WANTED, a general Farm Workman; one used to self binder.-Lewis & Sons, Hendre, Llan- over. W ANTED, experienced General Servant for (V small family must be able to do plain cook- ing nicely; help given when necessary; no wash- ing; must have good references.—Apply, ftating age, wages, Ac., to Z. V., c/o. Chronicle Office, Aberga- venny.  LYONS, Frogmore St., Abergavenny A (by Government permit), Cash Buyer of Old Artificial Teeth, Gold, Silver and Platinum, Dental Scrap, Jewellery (condition immaterial), Curios, Antique China, Glass, Furniture, etc. Highest prices given. Cash or offer by return  ?LMt or ?tr?b. IOST, Three Welsh Ewes; J.P. on each side; _i left nostril slit -James Parry, Blaen Ocbran, Llanellen, Abergavenny. LOST, from Crosgoiten Meadow, near Junction, JLj Ap il 12th, cross bred yearling Ewe, short tail. —Apply, Roberts Llanellen. f^OUND bl?k Spaniel Dog. 0-?ner can have I' same by applying 10 W. DUe, Monson Green, Mardy. near Abergavenny. If ?otctaimedwitbin seven days will be sold to defray expenses. jfor alf. IVOR Sale, Large qnantity of hedge stakes, kidney [1 bean sticks and pea sticks, within one mile of Penpergwm Station.—Apply, George, Manor House, Penptrgwoo. L'OR tfale, small Billiarj Table, 8ft. x 4ft., in excellent condition, complete with trestles, cues, bals and scoring boa,cd.-Apply, A. Kyle, Graigmoor, Brecon Road. FOR Sale, Jersey Oow, wi, b Srd calf; good zni k>-r. Price t2O.-Apply, Mrs Hanbury, Want Oerj Abergavenny. 1 AKDEN Barrows, Ladders, Carts, Gam bos, &c, VX -Watkins, Wheelwright, Mardy, Men. GOOD Larch Hedging Stakes for Sale, also Tinnet, Beau and Pea Stakes. Ihomas, Builders, Lion Street FOR Sale or To Let, Garden on Hereford Road. JL' -Apply, T. D. Delafield, 4, Bloomfield Terrace, Park Street. 'I1URKEY8 EGGS from aec?nd aeMon bens JL (bronze) good table birds; 10/6 per 15 eggs.- Misses Wilde, Graig, Moumonth. KARSWOOD Poultry Spice containing ground insects doubles egg output. Try 2d. packet from Williams, 51, Cross Street, Abergavenny. EGGS FUR SITTING—Purebred White Wyan- JL'J dotte and Black Minorca; also for sale, Two Black Minorca Cockerels. Apply, Mrs. Day, 3, Hurringbay Terrace. L-IOR Sale, Horse Powders, Pig Powders and ,(1 Poultry Spice, 1ft. per lb., 3lb3 for 2s. 6d. Fineet quality obtainable Also Saltpeter for Bacon Salting, lOd. per lb —Roberts, Chemist, Frogmore Street, Abergavenny. THOUSANDS found chicks easy to rear last year by giving Karswood Chicken Powder, containing ground insects, which chickens love. Packets, 2d., 6d., 1 /—WIB- BERLEY, Corn Merchant, Lion St., Aberga- venny. jfor ^ale. I SEED POTATOES. FINEST SELECTION IN TOWN. QHARPE'S EXPRESS, Early Puritan, Early Eclipse, May Queen, Duke of York, Epicure, Myatt's Ashleaf, Early Rose, Mid- lothian Early, British Queen, Arran Chief, Factor, Up-to-Date, King Edward, Dalmeny Hero, etc. Direct consignments from Scotland, Lancashire and Lincolnshire. FRASKR'S SEKDS ARE THE BEST. PERCY FRASER, Queen St., Abergavenny. KILL THAT INSECT, TOMMY;—SEND L your pals "out yonder" some tins of Harrison's Nursery Pomade—they'll be vry I acceptable. When you haven't time to wash, there's a big chance you'll have companions A little Harrison's Pomade kills every insect on hair and body. Insist on having Harrison's Nursery Pomade, Tins of Comfort," at 4W. and 9d. Sold by all Chemists—or by post from Harrison, Chemist, Reading. Agent for Aber- gavenny H. Shackleton, Chemist, 9, Cross- street. Brynmawr A. M. Jones, Chemist, 41 King Street. Crickhowell: Kirkland. ATS, MICE, MOLES, COCKROACHES v and BEETLES greedily eat Harrison's Reliable Rat Poison. Cats and Dogs will not touch it. Vermin dry up and leave no smell. Prices 6d., is., 28. 3d. and 3s. 8d. Postage 2d.- (G. W. Harrison, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agent for Abergavenny H. Shackle- ton, Chemist, 9, Cross-street. Brynmawr: A. M. Jones, Chemist, 74 King St. Crickhowell Kirkland. GREY HAIR permanently and speedily re- I stored to its original colour by using Harrison's Hair Colour Restorer. It is not a dye, but by natural means acts as a restorative. Contains nothing injurious, and is beneficial tc the growth and beauty of the Hair. In bottles, price is. 6d. (postage 3d. extra). Manufacturer I 'Or H. TI _I' t R. 1.=1 u. W. Harrison, Hair Specialist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agent foi Abergavenny H. Shackleton, Chemist, 9 Cross Street; Bryn- mawr A. M. Jones, Chemist, 74 King Street. Co JLrt. I rpO Let, The L .dge, at The Hill.—Apply, Straker, JL Son and Chadwick. rA po Let, Bedwellty Villa, Nortb Street.-Apply, Miles, Park Road rpo Let, Coldbrook Villa, Monmouth Road; im 1 mediate posses iori.—Apply, T. Youug. To Let, No. 10, Western Terrace, Brecon Road.— JL Apply, T Young. T Let, Warehouse, Monk Street.—For particu- lars, apply T. Young. Monmouth Road. Let, the whole of the Tup Rooms over 13, I Frogmore St. (main position); suitable for office. dentist, etc,-Apply, i. Young, Monmouth Road. TO Let, Wtatbourne House, Brecon Road, Aber- i- gavenny, from March 25th next. Apply, Facey & Son, Ai ergavenny. TO Let, all that commodious Premises in Cross T Street, now naed as a pos office, with Lock-up Sh )p (previously cycle shop). Vacant possession now To view, etc apply, Tong and Cobon, Itockiands, Abergavenny, or Auction Chambers, Brynmawr. Borough of Abergavenny. TO Let, LLANFOIST FARM, ABERGA- T VENNY, from Christmas, 1916, situated within one mile of the town and containing 105 Acres. Particulars and conditions of letting may be obtained of the Town Clerk, Town Hall, Aber- gavenny. 12th April, 1916. jiflistellaiuons. COLISEUM ABERGAVENNY. Telephone, 33. MANAGING DIRECTOR RICHARD DOONER. RESIDENT MANAGER W. H. WALLER. SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS for EASTER WEEK. SPECIAL NOTICE. MATINEE EASTER MONDAY, at 2.30. Continuous from 6.30 p.m. until 10.30 p.m. MONDAY, TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY :— CHARLIE CHAPLIN In his Latest Super Production, Entitled- Charlie Shanghaied. Two Reels. THE LIMIT IN COMEDY CREATIONS. "THE EXPLOITS OF ELAINE." Episode 25. Featuring the Missing Torpedo. A Selection of Carefully-selected Subjects include THE GIRL AND THE MAIL BAG Drama. FATHER FORGOT Comedy.. SAFE INVESTMENT: Comedy Drama. THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY:- Special Attraction, and Secured at Great Expense (by permission of Moss Empires), THE WORLD'S MASTERPIECE, Entitled— INFELICE. A Fascinating Love Romance, in 5 Parts. Full of Sensational Dramatic Incidents and Human Interest. THE SUPER SERIAL, "THE BROKEN COIN." Episode 8. A Picture that will keep you spellbound from beginning to end. —————— '» COMEDY BY ESSANNAY COMPANY, Entitled COUNTLESS COUNT. ADULTS 3d. CHILDREN, ad. J ADDLTS, I (Tip np Cbaird) I 6d. I CHILDREN, 3d. I ADULTS, I (Tip np ira 9d. CHILDRRN. 84. The Most Honourable William Marquess of Abergavenny K.G. Deceased. PURSUANT to the Act of Parliament 22nd and 23rd Vic. c. 35 intituled An Act to further amend the Law of Property and to relieve Trustees NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all JL\ Creditors and other persons having any accounts claims or demands upon or against the Estate of The Most Honourable William Mar- quess of Abergavenny K.G. late of Eridge Castle in the County of Sussex and Nevill Hall Abergavenny in the County of Monmouth de- ceased (who died on the 12th day of December 1915 and whose Will was proved in the Principal Registry of the Probate Division of His Majesty's Higti Court of Justice on the 5th day of April 1916 by The Honourable Henry Gilbert Ralph Nevill (commonly called Lord Henry Nevill of Eridge Castle in the said County of Sussex, Colonel The Honourable Charles Gat orne Gathorne-Hardy of 43 Lennox Gardens in the County of London and Captain Guy Temple Montacute Nevill of Hamsell Manor Eridge in the said County of Sussex the Executors therein named) are hereby required to send in writing the particulars and details of their accounts claims and demands to the undersigned, the solicitors for the said Executors, on or before the 3rd day of June 1916 and Notice is hereby also given that after that day the said Executors will proceed to distribute the assets of the said deceased among the persons entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which the said Executors shall then have notice, and that they will not be liable for the assets or any part thereof so distributed to any person of whose debt or claim they shall not then have had notice. Dated this 14th dav of April 1916. WILLIAlS & JAMES, Norfolk House, Thames Embankment, London, W.C., Solicitors for the said Executors. iHtscellaneous. I Telephone 146. ABERGAVENNY STEAM LAUNDRY COMPANY, LIMITED, IVIERTHYR ROAD. Why Buy New Clothes ? When you can have the old WASHED, DRY CLEANED, or DYED equal to new. Heasonable Charges, consistent with good work No sweating of workers. Collars, 9d. per Dozen. GOYTREY. SPECIAL SERVICES will be held at the o Parish Church on E?STFP D?Y THE LORD BISHOP OF LLLANDAFF will celebrate Holy Communion at* 8 a.m. and at 6.30 p.m. The Preacher will he the Bishop. R. J. HARRHY, Hairdresser, Wholesale & Retail j Tobacconist, 5, High Street. Private Room for the Cutting & Singeing of Ladies' Hair. EXPERT ATTENDANCE. Umbrellas Repaired and Re-covered. PICTURE FRAMING Fishing Tackle & Taxidermy. GLASS CUT TO MEASUREMENTS. Quantity Broken G!ass for uhclimable fences, cheap. ERNLE DELAFIELD, 21, Nevill Street. Christacblphian Synagogue, LION STREET, ABERGAVENNY SUNDAY NEXT, APRIL 23rd, 1916. Ai, 6.30 p.m. Subject "My Confirmation"—The Resurrection of Jesus Christ, in remembrance of His (God's) Mercy, to Abraham and his seed for ever. Come and hear. Saats free. No collections. Reliable Seed Potatoes. A. J. WIBBERLEY, Seedsman, Lion Street, Abergavenny. Has 20 Tons in stock of ALT, VARIETIES, direct from Scotland and Lincolnshire Fens. Factors, Up-to-Dates, King Edward, 6/6 pel cwt. Sharpe's Express, Duke of York, Puritans, Early Rose, and other early varieties, 1/6 for 14 lbs. Farm and Garden Seeds of all descriptions. Poultry Meals, Chick Feeds and Feeding Stuffs at lowest market prices. All kinds of Fertilizers in stock. Supreme Style I 4 Selection Value in Furniture P. E. GANE, Ltd. 161-2-3 Commercial St., NEWPORT. Catalogues Free. Abergavenny Local Football Committee., WINNING NUMBERS of the Prize Draw 'V in aid of Monmouthshire Prisoners of War and Monmouthshire Men in the Trenches :— 1-10734 12-10783 23— 9881 34— 8647 2—12007 13— 7024 24— 5018 35— 894 3— 157 14— 9551 25— 9985 36— 9569 4— 6601 15—10520 26- 8700 37— 1789 5— 7966 16— 1231 27—11939 38— 5236 6— 9089 17— 324 28— 7705 39— 877 7— 271 18- 932 29-11088 40— 1793 8— 1076 19- 4335 30— 9047 41-11634 9— 8642 20-11954 31— 5156 42— 807 10— 2907 21—10362 32— 2734 43-12137 u- 923 22— 621 33— 5286 44— 5960 45— 9070 NOW OPEN. MR. C. W. HUGHES, Central Dental Rooms, (Over Bradleys') Frogmore St. (Entrance Lion St.) Abergavenny. Hours 9 a.m. until 6.30 p.m., or any time by appointment. BOROUGH THEATRE, TOWN HALL BUILDINGS, ABERGAVENNY. Lessees MR. AND MRS. VYVIAN THOMAS. Enormous Holiday Attraction. EASTER MON., TUES. and Wed., APRIL 24, 25, 26. THREF: NIGHTS AT 8. MISS HORNIMAN'S COMPANY from the GAIETY THEATRE, MANCHESTER, in one of the Most Amusing FARCICAL COMEDIES ever written THE PARISH PUMP BY FRANK G. LAYTON PROM TIIE DUKE OF YORK'S THEATRE, LONDON. PRICES OF ADMISSION Dress Upper Orchestra Pit Back Circle Circle Stalls Stalls Pit Pit I 1/6 I 2/- 1/6 1/- 6d. Doors open 7.30. Commence at 8. Seats may be booked at Messrs. Heina & Co. MAINDIFF COURT HOSPITAL. Grand CONCERT TOWN HALL, THURSDAY, APRIL 27th, (BY PATIENTS AND STAFF) PROCEEDS IN AID OF ABOVE HOSPITAL. Chair to be taken at 8 p.m. by COLONEL BLEIDIAN HERBERT. Plan may be seen and seats booked at Messrs. Heins & Co.'s. Balcony (reserved), 3/- Front (reserved) 2/6 Second Seats, 2/ Third seats, J KING HENRY Vlllth's GRAMMAR SCHOOL, ABERGAVENNY. Headmaster T. HEADLAND SIFTON, M.A., late Exhibitioner, St. John's College, Cam- bridge With a Staff of Four Assistant Masters. Tuition Fee (per Term) 1 2 o THE above fee includes all subjects "'i?  School curriculum. The School h?s la?' well-equipped laboratory, a Workshop for Manual Training, and a Playing Field near. The course of instruction includes Scriplure, Classics, Mathematics (with book-keeping), English Language and Literature, Science, French, History, and Geography on modern lines, Drawing and Manual Work. There is an optional class in Shorthand, and the Science course is drawn up with a view to introducing at as early a stage as possible the elements of Chemistry that bear upon Agricultural Science. The Headmaster, Edenhurst, Abergavenny, and the Second Master, Belmont, Abergavenny, are authorised to take in Boarders. Particulars can be obtained from either of them at the above addresses. Next Term commences Wednesday, May 3rd. The Headmaster may be seen by parents at the School on Tuesday, May 2nd, from 2.30 to 4.30, or on Wednesday, May 3rd, during school hours. Forms of application for admission to the School may be obtained from the Headmaster or from FRED BAKER GABB, Clerk to the Governors. ABERGAVENNY COUNTY INTER- MEDIATE SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. Headmistress MISS HOULISTON, Newnham College Cambridge, Historical Tripos Class 11. With Seven Permanent Assistant Mistresses. Tuition Fee (per Term)..£r i o THE above fee includes all stationery (ex- T cept printed books), Swedish Drill, by a Specially trained Mistress, and all subjects in the School curriculum. In the higher forms special instruction is given in Domestic and Commercial subjects for those not entering on a scholastic career. The School has a well- equipped Chemical Laboratory, excellent Play- ing Field and Lawn Tennis Courts, and the health of the girls receives careful attention. Pupils from a distance lodge at houses approved by the Governors under the supervision of the Headmistress. Next Term commences Wednesday, May 3rd. Entrance Examination, Tuesday, May 2nd, at 2.30 p.m. The number of vacancies in the School for next term is limited. The Headmistress may be seen by parents at the School on Tuesday, May 2nd, from 2.30-4, and on Wednesday, May 3rd, from 2.30-4. Forms of application for admission into the School may be obtained from the Headmistress, or from FRED BAKER GABB, Clerk to the Governors.

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