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iJaltS1 bY Auction. TUESDAY AFTERNOON NEXT, MAY 23rd. NEW MARKET INN, LION STREET. AMES STRAKER, SON & CHADWICK will Sell by Auction for Mr. Lloyd (the houce having been taken hy Mr. Bath) his surplus FURNITURE AND EFFECTS. Sale at 2 JO. SHORT NOTICE (),1 SALE. 7, PRIORY ROAD, ABERGAVENNY, toff the Hereford Road). THURSDAY NEXT, MAY 25th. JAS. STRAKER, FA.I., SON & CHAD- tj WICK, F.A.I., are instructed by Mr. Jones (who is giving up housekeeping) to Sell by Auction his Excellent HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Comprising the Contents of Kitchens and in- cluding the usual Tin 'Vare,. Odd China and Glass, Hip Baths, Steel-rail Guard, Blue Tea Service, Brushes, Chairs, Oak Table, Fenders, Fire-irons, Overmantel in inlaid frame, Antique Glazed Lattice-front Oak Corner Cupboard, Pictures, Wicker Chair, New Couch in leather, several nearly new Squares of Cork Lino, Hearth- rugs, Coal Scuttle, Stained Dining Table, Four Windsor Chairs, Round Mahogany Pedestal Table, Handsome 4ft. Oak Sideboard as new with bevelled plate back, Odd Cutlery, Easy Chair in leather, Eneraving Rent Day (after Wilkie, R.A.) THE DRAWING ROOM EFFECTS include Steel Curb, Fire-irons, Walnut Over- mantel, Wicker Elbow Chair, 3 Chairs in walnut, Easy Chair in tapestry. Rugs, Glazed Bamboo Bookcase, Soia., Pot Stand with liner, Mahogany Canterbury, Very Fine Upright Pianoforte, as good as ctw, by Dale, Forty & Co., in walnut case, iron-frame Bamboo Table, Books, Music Stool, Rns, Lino, &c. THE BEDROOM APPOINTMENTS, &c., include Fenders, Chairs, Birch Chests of Drawers, and Toilet Tables, Walnut Dressing Chest, Engraving Dm can Gray" (after Wilkie), Toilet Ware, Towel Rails, Antique Brass- mounted Chippendale Mahogany Commode, Skin Rug, 3 Bra-ail Bedsteads, Spring Mat- tresies, Felts, Overlays, Hanging Wardrobe with tapc-,try panels, Stair Carpet, Stair Rods, &c., &c. Sale at 2.30 sharp. NOTE.—Owing to such short notice, catalogues will not be issued. Goods on view Morning of Sale. No reserve. TERMS CASH. Auctioneers' Offices: Abergavenny. PRELIMINARY. MR. MONTAGUE HARRIS, F.A.I., has Ifi. been instructed to Sell by Auction On TUESDAY, JUNE 13th, 1916, The Excellent FREEHOLD FARM known as LLWYNGWYN FARM situate about three miles from Abergavenny and close to IJanvihangel Crucorney Station on the G.W.R., and containing in all an Acreage of 168 Acres or thereabouts. Details in future advertisements. Vendor's Solicitors: MESSRS. GABB AND WALFORD, Solicitors, Abergavenny. FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY. REDBURY VILLA, NORTH STREET, ABERGAVENNY. EXCELLENT well-built House, large Garden well stocked with fruit trees commodious stabling. Apply MONTAGUE HARRIS, F.A.I., Auctioneer, Abergavenny. GILWERN, BRECOXSHIRE. Sale of Desirable Leasehold Property. MR. ARTHUR J. THOMAS has been in- structed to Sell by Auction, at the LION HOTEL, GILWERN, On WEDNESDAY, MAY 31st, 1916, At 7 o'clock p.m., ALL THAT LEASEHOLD Dwelling House and Premises CALLED II AVONIA" HOUSE, Situate at Gilwern, in the County of Brecon. The Premises comprise Underground Kitchen. On the Ground Floor Entrance Porch, Hall and Lavatory, Dining-Room and Drawing-Room, and on the Upper Floor, Three Bedrooms. In the Basement and at the Rear are Two Stables and Kitchen Garden. The Property is in the occupation of Mr. A. E. Easthope, at the yearly rent of £ 15 per annum, tenant paying rates and taxes, and is held under a Lease datetl the 16th day of March, 1841, for the remainder of a term of 99 years from the 1st day of March, 1841, at the apportioned Ground Rent of 10s. per annum There is a Right of Way at the Rear of the Premises. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer at Gilwern or to MR. J. REGINALD JACOB, Solicitor, Abergavenny. DUFFRYN CLYDACH, GILWERN. Important Sale of Live and Dead Farming Stock and Effects, Pasture, Meadow, and Orchard Letting, Ac. MR. ARTHUR J. THOMAS, by instructions i M. from Mr. William Rosser, will Sell by Auction, as above, On THURSDAY, the 1st day of JUNE, 1916, The whole of his LIVE & DEAD FARMIIV6 STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, &c., Viz. :— SHEEP-—26 Couples of Improved Radnor Ewes and Lambs, 5 Dry Ewes, Two-year-old Cross-bred Ram. CA TTLE.- Hereford (Cross-bred) Cows in full profit, i Yearling Steer, i Heifer ditto, 2 Calves. Impi.FNMNTs.-Sheep Racks, Chaff Cutter, Pulper, Dipping Tab and Rack, Cattle and Sheep Troughs, Corn Bin, Haul Rake, Battlesden Car with Lamps and Cushions, complete Cider I Hairs, 2 Lady's Saddles, Weighing Machine, Lawn Roller. Pikes, Rakes, Shovels, Grindstone, quantity of Scrap Iron, &c. DAISY UTENSILS.—End-over-end Churn, Cream and Milk Pans, Cheese Press and Vats, Buttsr Scoop, etc. PORTION OF THE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. About 20 Acres of Sound Pasture, Meadow Land, and Choice Orcharding to February 2nd, 1917. Sale to commence at 2.30 p.m. prompt. Auctioneer's Offices Gilwern & Crickhowell. I ROSEBERRY MEWS, PONTNEWYNYDD, NEAR PONT-POOL. MESSRS. PITTEN (F.A.I.) & SOXS, having L received instructions from Mr. F. Taylor (who is giving up business) will Sell by Public Auction (without reserve) at the above Mews On THURSDAY, 25th MAY, 1916, The following CONVEYANCES, HORSES, &c. Two Side-light Funeral Coaches (one with coffin box), 1 Landau, Pair-Horse 'Bus to carry 16, 2 Ralli Cars with Rubber Tyres, Pair-Horse Brake, i Spring Tip Cart, 3 Sets Plated Double Harness, 2 Sets Plated Single ditto and I Set Brass ditto, i Black Mare 8 years old, i Black Horse 9 years old, 1 Bay Mare, i Bay Horse (suitable for colliery work), Odd Harness, Lamps, Mats, Rugs and numerous other lots. Sale to commence at 2 o'clock. Auctioneers' Offices, Club Chambers, Pontypool. jHtscellaneous. The Mayor of Abergavenny's Fund FOR THE BENEFIT OF LOCAL MEN (irnspectige of what Regiment they belong to) WHO GAIN DISTINCTIONS IN THE PRESENT EUROPEAN WAR. SUBSCRIPTIONS are invited from Residents of the Borough and immediate neighbourhood for the above Fund, which is to be used for recognising the honours brought to the Town by these Gallant Soldiers. Cheques may be sent to HJs Worship the Mayor etman Z. Wheatley, J P.), Town Hall, Abergavenay, or the undersigned. WM. H. HOPWOOD, Town Clerk. Town Hall, Abergavenny, May 3th, 1916. tiBanteti. DAY Girl wanted, at once; business house.- Apply, G. M., Chronicle Office, Abergavenny. WANTED, Plain Needlework. -,dre. Jaine, 7, W Queen Street. WANTED, immediately, Day Girl.-Apply, The W Hollins, Oxford St., Abetgavenny. WANTED, a Few Acres of Land with Buildings W suitable for Poultry.—Apply, 29, Priuces St. ANTED, strong Boy, about 15 to 17, for Farm V V Work.—Jasper, Pentre, Llanthewy bkirrid. WANTED, respectable stai4 Person :a.!I House- W keeper; one ia fa.mily .-Tb Pu.rk, Llan- elieu. COWMAN wanted ineligible live iu; willing to do farm work.—Apply, G. W. Speucer, LJan. vair. WANTED, young House-Parlourmaid; good W character; tarly riser.-Apply, Mrs. Hobbtts, Lloyds Bank House. WANTED, good Help or General for Farm- bonse; small family good wages; references. B., Chronicle "f&ce. ) \\J ANTED, Gardener (married): live in lodge.— V V Sla ac and pai Lienlars, H Llanwenarth House, uear Abergavenny. AN intelligent Lad for Bookstall Work V good wages to mutable lad.—Apply, Wymans' Bookstall. Abergavenny. WANTED, immediately, Youth 16-16? for Meat W Delivery; able to ride cycle; live in.—Apply, stating wages required, to Nicholls, Butchor, Maesieg, (ilam. WANTED, strong General for Farmhouse; able tV to milk; 1? miles from town.-Apply, Mrs. Francis, Highmead, Abergavenny. WANTED, Man on FArm; ineligible; 15s. per W week also Boy, 15 to 17; 10s. per wotk; live in.-Apply, J. Davies, Parsonage Farm, Llan- ddewi Skirrid, Abergavenny. WANTED, Two Strong Lads, 16 or 17, accus- tomed to horses; good wages given.—Day, Hay Merchant. EXPERIENCED General wanted; three in family; good holidays.-Apply, Mrs. Foster, Asthal House, Abergavenny. \Xi7 ANTED, single Man 00 Fum; ineligible; W must be able to plough and hedge.—Wihiama, Pentregwitbel, Abergavenny. \V\V J ANTED, Farm Foreman, also Wgoner; W house and garden provided and good wages. —Apply, Chronicle Office. WANTED, General Workman on Farm, or Vv strong Boy, able to Plough or willing to learn.—Apply, Jones, Pant, LlauelleD, Abergavenny. WANTED, at once, good General Servant for W Farmhouse; washing; references required.— Apply, F. H., Chronicle Office. AMBITIOUS Women, Girls, and Youths wanted Aimm?diately to train &s Cierk?, Shorthand Typis s. Book-keepers and Secretaries. Quick inex- petiuive home training. Good positions waiting ,A hen qnaiifi d. For free illustrated booklet describ irig thexe and many other openings, apply The Registrar, International Correspondence Schools, 188. Kingsway, W C.. or Local I.C.S. Manager, 39, Cwmavon Road, Blaenavon.  LYONS, Frogmore St., Abergavenny A ?by Government pemut), 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 Cost or jgtrapeti LOST, from The Hopyard Farm, Goviion, a JLJ Yearling Radnor haln ear mark; three cut notch under and over each ear.—Information to F. Jon<" 8 S TR AY RD to Rheld Farm, Crjckhowell, Two year old Yellow-faced Cardie Ewe. Punch hole in left ear, same in right and slit out in right. LOST from Potthouse, Llanvihangel Crucorney, Four Yearling Sheep; pitch marked H." on side.-Information to Price. jfor alt. GARDEN Barrows, Ladders, Cnte, Gam bos, &c, ?r —Watkina, Wheelwright, Mardy, Mon. FOR Sale, Mower (by Harrison & McGregor), r equal to new to view by appointment.—Apply, D. Jcnes, The Hill Farm, Brwyngwyn, Raglan, Mon. BAZAAR Goods.-Every kind Toys, WatcheB, .D Jewellery, Cutlery, Boots. Cheapest firm. Goods sent carriage paid. Wholesale catalogues free.—Universal Traders, Mary Ann St. Birming- ham. L'OR Sale, large quantity of Hedge Stakes, Kidney L1 Bean Sticks and Pea Sticks, within one mile of Penpergwm Station. Apply, George, Manor House, Penpergwm. GOOD Larch Hedging Stakes for Sale, also GTinnet, Bean and Pea Stakes. ?homas, Builders, Lion Street. FOR Sale, Four Small Houses, nicely situated r and always command good tenants.—D. W., Chronicle Office. FOR Sale, Albion" Binder, also Mower, same Fmaker; both equal to new; view by appoint- went.-D. Jon, 8, Hill Farm, Bryngwyn, Raglan DARK BLINDS in holland or paper. Casement material and artserges. All in. great variety. —E. Howard Davies & Co. (Edwards, Furnishers), High Street and St. John's Lane, Abergavenny. Phone No. 52. FOR Sale, Horse Powders, Pig Powders and' FPoultry Spice, Is. per lb., 3lba for 2a. 6d. Finest quality obtainable. Also 8altpeter for Bacon Salting, lOd. per lb-Roberts, Chemist, Frogmore Street, Abergavenny. NO dead chicks in pens where Karswood i\) Chicken Powder, containing ground in- sects, is used. 2d. packet supplies 20 chicks 7 days. Customers delighted.-WiBBERuy, Corn Merchant, Lion Street, Abergavenny. KILL THAT INSECT, TOMMY!—Send your pals out yonder some tins of Harrison's Nursery Pomade—they'll be v 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 4td. 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, 47 King Street. Crickhowell: Kirkland. RATS, MICE, MOLES, COCKROACHES  and BEETLES greedily eat Hamson'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 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 te- stored to its original colour by osing Harrison's Hair Colour Restorer. It is not a dye, but by natural means acts as a restorative. Contains nothing injurious, and is beneficial to the growth and beauty of the Hair. In bottles, price is. 6d. (postage 3d. extra). Manufacturer u. W. Harrison, Hair Specialist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agent for Abergavenny H. Shackleton, Chemist, 9 Cross Street; Bryn- mawr A. M. Jones, Chemist, 74 King Street. Co %tt. 0 Let, Blorenge View. Mardy, with large garden. —Apply, Blorenge View. GOOD Board-Residence; ladies or students; 15/6 Gweekly inclusive.—Apply, D., C??ttei:eOace. TO Let, Two comfortable Bedroom", with use of 1. kitchen.—Apply, Mrs. Jones, New Cottages, Llwyndu, Abergavenny. BEDROOM or Bedroom and Sittingroom to let; Beentral.-Apply, R., C?rowc? O&ce. TO Let, UtacwMyn' superior ud commodious TDwelling Honse in the parish of LianvibM?el Gobion. with large garden and orchard, on the banks of the Uak.—Apply, David, Llanaantffraed, Aberga- venny. 9)0 Itt. TO Let, No. 7, Mill Street.-Apply, Facey It Son, i Market St. Brewery, Abergavenny. TO Let, immediately, small Field and Stable or TTack, near the Castle.—Apply, Sam Davies, Magnolia House. TO Let, Furnished Apartments, with or without JL board; suit lady or gentleman in delicate health.—Apply, E. R., Llanwysk, Llangrwyney. CIOTTAGE to Let, 18 Penypoud; pleasantly ?? situated; low rent; no children.—Apply, Thomas Young, Monmouth Road. APARTMENTS.—Comfortably furnished; ]Ule Asize front bedroom aud front eittiogroom; moderate suit two young ladies.-31, Chapel Road. IFoXES BARK FARM. Llantillio Pertholey; 60 L" acres; :immediate possession.—Apply, J. W. Earle, 49, The Village, Old Charlton, London, 8.E. rflO Let, all that commodious Premises in Cross TStreet, now used as a post office, with Lock-up Shop (prtviously cycle shop). Vacant possession now. — To view, etc., apply, Tong and Cobon, Rocklands, Abergavenny, or Anction Chambers, Brynmawr. ifliscEllattfous. Re James Straker, deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an creditors, or other persons, having any i claims or demands against the Estate of James Straker, late of Plas Derwen, near Abergavenny, in the County of Monmouth, Esquire, who died on the 13th day of April, 1916, are required to forthwith send particulars in writing of their claims or demands to us, the undersigned, on behalf of Edith Emily Straker, Edgar Straker, and James Arthur Gilbert Price, the Executors and Trustees of the Will of the said deceased. Dated this 26th dav of April, 1916. GABB & WALFORD, Solicitors, Abergavenny. 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. Fraser's Plants are the Best. ASTERS and Stocks, 4d. a dozen. Marigold, Verbenia, Cornflower, Antirrhinum, Scabious, Lobelia, Pyrethrum, Petunias, Alys- sum, 6d. per dozen. Coreopsis, Gaillardias, Canterbury Bells, Sweet Williams, 1/- per doz. Early Flowering Chrysanthemums a speciality. Choice-named Varieties, 1/6 per doz. CARNATIONS 50 Varieties to select from, 2/6 per doz. PERCY FRASER, Florist and Seedsman, Queen Street, Abergavenny. ABERGAVENNY CARNEGIE LIBRARY. NOTICE TO BORROWERS. So long as the existing Order to Subdue Lights is in force in Abergavenny, the hour for issuing Books from 9 to 10 p.m. on Monday and Saturday nights will be abandoned. On Mon- days the hour from 6 to 7 p.m. will be sub- stituted. In all other respects the hours will remain the same. EDWARD H. RESTALL, loth May, 1916. Borough Librarian. Re Thomas George Davies, deceased. ALL Persons having any Claims against the AF,state of the above deceased, late of The Steps, Llanwenarth, who died on the 15th April, 1916, are requested to send forthwith particulars thereof in writing to Mrs. Winifred Davies, of The Steps, aforesaid, one of the Executors. Dated this 6th day of May, 1916. ROBERT T. GRIFFITHS, Hay, Solicitor to the Executors. Supreme Style i Selection Value in Furniture P. E. GANE, Ltd. 161-2-3 Commercial St., NEWPORT. Catalogues Free. TOWN HALL. EMPIRE DAY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 24th, At 8 p.m. GRAND CONCERT In aid of the MAYOR'S FUND for Welsh Hospital at Netley Sick and Wounded Horses of the British Army and the Sailors (held in connection with Flag Day on May 20) BY THE CELEBRATED Cymric Male Voice Choir (Conductor: MR. 1. G. SAVE, A.L.C.M.) Including MR. GWYNNE JONES MR. GEO. PRICE Of the Royal Gwent Choir American Tour. Chairman: FREDERICK Mms, Esq., D.L., J.P., Llwyndu Court. Balcony (Reserved) 2/2 (Plan at Messrs. Heins and Co.); Body of Hall, Front Seat (reserved) 1/8; Second do. 1/2 Admission 7d. DON'T MISS THIS GREAT MUSICAI, TREAT 1 iHtsccllaneous. Telephone 146. ABERGAVENNY STEAM LAUNDRY COMPANY, LIMITED, < N!t< MERTHYR ROAD. Why Buy New Clothes ? When you can have the old WASHED, DRY CLEANED, or DYED equal to new. t Heasonable Charges, consistent with good work No sweating of workers. Collars, id. each. Owing to the great rise in all materials, we are compelled to IBBHBBI slightly advance a few of our prices. COLISEUM ABERGAVENNY. Telephone, 33. MANAGING DIRECTOR: RICHARD DOONER. RESIDENT MANAGER: W. H. WALLER. SPECEAL NOTICE. ALTERATION OF PRICES CINEMA TAX. FUTURE PRICES OF ADMISSION :—2d. (plus Tax ?.), 2?d. 3d. (plus Tax id.), 4d. 6d. (plus Tax id.), 7d.; 9d. (plus Tax 2d. ) Ild. Tax id.), 7d. 9d. (plus Tax 2d.), Hd.  .?.?..?  ? MONDAY, TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Welcome Return of the Prince of Comedians, CHARLEY CHAPLIN, in his latest Comedy Creation, Entitled CHARLIE AT THE SHOW. Two, Reels of the Latest Ideas from Charlie's Fun Factory. ANOTHER SPECIAL SPORTING DRAMA, in Three Reels, Entitled RIDING TO WIN. A Stirring Racing Drama, with Vivid Represen- tations of the Turf and Paddock. 0 Episode 29 of the Super Serial "THE EXPLOITS OF ELAINE." Two Reels of Splendid Thrills and Romance. Essannays' Latest Comedv SNAKEVILLE'S HAPPY FAMILY: Very Amusing. THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY Special Exclusive Production, Entitled THE DOP DOCTOR Five Reels. TIME 1880 and thence forward until the con- clusion of the Boer War. Episode 12 of the Super Serialf "THE BROKEN COIN." An Extremely Novel and Exciting Serial. ESSANNAYS' LATEST COMEDY, Entitled MOUSTACHES AND BOMBS. •—: PRICES AS USUAL (PLUS TAX) ADULTS 4d. CHILDREN, 8d. I ADULTS, (Tip op Chairs) I I 7d. CHILDREJl, .d. ADULTS, (Tip-np Chairs) lid. CHILDRKN, 6d. Abergavenny Branch of National Farmers Union. BALANCE SHEET OF RED CROSS JUMBLE SALE Held on Thursday, 11th November, 1915. RECEIPTS. £ s. d. Cash Donations. £ 91 11 2 Sale of Raffle Tickets 78 16 o Special Donation (per Mrs. Mansel).. 33 8 o Gate Money 20 2 4 Refreshments (cash collection & sales) 45 11 9 Canteen of Plate (per Messrs. John Rogers, D. B. Lewis and Evan Griffiths) 6 10 o Bran Tub 2 1 4 Auction Sales 229 4 6 Sweet Stall (per Miss Watkins, Llan- tilio Crossenny) 2 15 8 Fancy Stall (per Miss Holly) 526 Cake Stall (per Miss Watkins, Llan- tilio Pertholey) 512 Poultry Stall (per Mrs. Watkins) 12 7 6 Concert I I I 0 Goose and Gander Raffle (per Miss Spencer) 4 13 6 Cake Guessing Competition (per Mrs. Biggs) 0180 Sheep Weighing Competition (per Mr. Jonathan) 8 17 o Japanese Stall 4 7 6 Fortunes o 16 o SPECIAL DONATIONS Monmouthshire Evening Post 220 W. J. Orders, Esq., J.P., D.L. 256 PRIZE MONEY REFUNDED Per Miss Beynon 3/4, per Miss Richards 5/ per Miss G. Wat- kins 5/ per Mrs. A. Watkins (The Park) 5/ per Mrs. Johnson (Llanddewi) 10/6 1 8 10 Per Hon. Treasurer o 12 10 /560 o 1 PAYMENTS. s. d. David Scott (Sweets for Stall) 1 12 o Owen Bros. (Stationery & Printing).. I 17 9 Morgan & .Co. (Advertising, Printing and Stationery) 5 311 Z. Wheatley (Canteen of Plate) 6 10 o Wadley & Son (Printing & Stationery) 211 6 Tack of Sheep o 6 o Cheque Stamps 026 Hon. Secretaries' Expenses W. Homfray Davies (petty cash expenses) 247 Sam B. Davies (petty cash expenses) 3 12 10 Advertising Balance Sheet in Aber- gavenny Chronicle o 10 6 Prizes Mrs. E. G. James 15 o Miss Richards 5 0 Mrs. Rogers 10 6 Miss Rogers 10 6 Miss A. Rogers 50 Mrs. E. Thomas 10 6 Mrs. Probert 10 6 Mrs. L. Thomas 10 6 Miss S. E. Watkins 50 Mrs. Johnson 10 6 Mrs. T. Watkins 5 0 Miss Watkins 50 Mrs. D. B. Lewis 10 6 ditto 50 ———— 5 18 6 Donations Agricultural Relief of Allies Fund 150 o o Maindiff Court Red Cross Fund 26 5 o "Abergavenny Chronicle" Tobacco Fund. 10 10 o Monmouthshire Prisoners of War Comforts (" Monmouthshire Evening Post Fund) 150 o 0 Auctioneers' and Estate Agents' Institute (Star & Garter Fund) 21 o o Gwent Red Cross Fund 150 o o Prisoners of War Help Committee, Monmouthshire Regt. 10 10 o Lady Jellicoe's Sailors Fund 11 5 o £ 560 o i Audited and found correct,— FRED. R. BRITTON, Hon. Auditor, 17th May, 1916. S RAWLINS, Hon. Treasurer. REWARD. r? REWARD will be paid to the person 3C? giving information- to the Auctioneers or Police which shall lead to the conviction of the thief or thieves who stole certain small lots during the sale by auction at Henton House on Thursday last. Descriptions of the lots are known, and the Auctioneers are wishful to put a stop to such a dishonest practice. JAMES STRAKER, SON & CHADWICK, Auctioneers. CARS FOR HIRE. Open, Closed and Touring. PARTIES CATERED FOR. RING UP 119, LEORANDY GARAGE. REASONABLE CHARGES. TO HAULAGE CONTRACTORS.—TendeM ?T are invited for the haulage of about 1,000 tons of Furnace Slag from Garndyrris (near the Victoria Hotel) to the Wharf at Govilon.- The Lewis Co., Gowerton, nr. Swansea. Frogmore Street Baptist Church. THE REV. GWILYM DAVIES, M.A„ -L will preach on Sunday next, at :i a.m. and 6.30 p.m. (Summer Time). Christadelph.ian. Synagogue, LION STREET, ABERGAVENNY SUNDAY NEXT, MAY 21st, 1916. At 6.30 p.m. Subject: Does it Matter what we Believe?' Come and bear. Saata free. No collections.

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