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alrÇ) bu 3uttton. LLANVETHERINE RECTORY. Five miles out on the Old Ross Road from Abergavenny. MONDAY, OCTOBER 29th, 1917- J. STRAKER, SON -i CHADWICK, F.A.I., are favoured ?ith instructions from the Morgan Gilbert (who is leaving the district) to Sell by Auction the PART FURNISHING including in the numerous effects Kitchen Dresser, Lamps, Pictures, Books, Wicker Chair, Semi-circular Card Table, Easy Chairs, ROUND ILAIDfMoTHER 0' PEARL DRATJGHT-BOARD TOP PEDESTAL TABLE, Pedestal Work Table, Music Stool. Overmantel .,ft x 31ft., Several Small Carved Chairs, Glazed Mahogany Bookcase, Light Oak Writing Table, Turkey Carpets and Rugs, Various OrieiH al Carpet Squares and Rugs, Single Bedroom Suite, Iron Bedstead and Mat- tress, &c. tress, &c. THE OUTDOOR EFFECTS comprise CARRIAGE HORSE. A powerful and reliable aged Gelding, 16 hands. CARRIAGES. Stanhope Phaeton; Four- I wheeled Ralli DCfg Cart. HARNESS, &c. Set of Black Harness, Set of Cart Harness, Gent's Saddle, Stable Tools. Pikes Rakes, &c., Lamps and Carriage Jack. HAY (to go off). About 2 Tons of 1916 harvest and 3 Tons of 1917 harvest. POULTRY & APPLIANCES. About 100 head of White Wyandoites, &c. 6 Runner Ducks, 4 Guinea Fowls, 6 Chicken Cubs and Runs. Chicken House with galvanized roof and wire run. OUTSIDE EFFECTS. Small Tub, Pig Troughs, Chaficutter, Hay Knife, Wheelbarrow, 2-hght Garden Frame, 30-rung Ladder, Wood and Timber, 3 Bee Hives, Bar Frames, &c., Tennis Net, Posts and Marker, Garden Roll, Lawn Mower, together with numerous other effects. CART SHED. Ti.e erection of Wood ana Gal- vanized bhea. Sale at 130, commencing with Outdoor Effects. Terms, Cash. Auctioneers' Offices Abergavenny also at Crickhowell and Ewias Harold. THE SALE of SPRING COTTAGE, LANDS, and COUNTRY PROPERTIES will take place on TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4th' J. STRAKER, SON & CHADWICK, Auc- tioneers. Vendor's Solicitor MOSES THOMAS, Esq., Aberavon. RED HOUSE, LLANARTH Two miles from Penpergwm O.W.R. Station, and 5 from ABERGAVENNY. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1st, 1917. J. STRAKER, SON & CHADWICK, F.A.I., are instructed by the Trustees of the late Mr Henry Williams to Sell by Auction, without reserve, the Agricultural Implements, &c. including in the numerous lots Tools, Cultivators, Plough (by Howard), Drill (byKell), Bolter, New Pulper, Banbury, 12 Cap tal Sheep .Troughs and Racks on wheels, 2 Cattle Cribs, Cake Crusher, Ropes, 2 Hay Knives, Heel Rake, Nicholson Hay Rake, New Swarth Turner, Cambridge Roll, Iron Roll, Mower (by Powell & Whitaker), Deering Reaper and Binder, Corn and other Bins, Rick Sheet, Do* Cart complete, 3 Br^ad-wheel Carts, 2 Broad-wheel and i Narrow-wheel Waggons, 2 Sets G.O. and 3 Sets of Short and 2 of Long Gears, Odd Gears, a few lots of Dairy Utensils and sundry Household Furniture. 4 Valuable Young Shire-bred Horses of great (listintion and power Short," S.B., Iron Grey, 17 hds., 6 years old sire, Waresley Triumph. Lion," S.B., Brown Horse, 16 hds., 4 years old sire, Waresley Triumph. "J ewel," S.B., Brown Mare, 16 hds 6 years old sire, Waresley Triumph. Violet," S.B., White Mare, 8 years old, 17 lids. dam. Waffra Balance (50340) sire, Londrdale Thumper. Also a Well-bred 4-year-old Half-bred Cult (unbroken), the property of Mr. D. Thomas, Long Barn Farm and a 2-year-old Half-ored Colt, the property of Mr. Evan Griffiths. 500 Gallons of Prime Cider. 5 ktore Geese. 20 TONS PRIME MEADOW HAY (more or less subject to Sale Licenses). 5 Acres of Turnips, Swedes and Mangolds. Turnips i acre. Swedes 3 acres. Mangolds 1 acre The whole of the Produce will be sold to go off, subject to sale licenses. The Vendors reserve the right, if advisable, to sell the Root Crops privately previous to date of sale. Sale at 12.30 sharp. Terms, Cash. Agricultural Auctioneers' & Valuers' Offices: Abergavenny, also at Crickhowell and Ewias Harold. PARISH OF SKENFRITH. Ten miles out and fronting the Old Ross Road from Abergavenny, MONMOUTHSHIRE. ANNOUNCEMENT OF SALE OF ALL THAT SMALL FREEHOLD FARM known as THE LOWER HOUSE containing in the whole An Area Of 13 Acres (or thereabouts), comprising Six Enclosures of RICH FRUITFUL ORCHARDING, PASTURE AND MEADOW LAND the whole lying in a ring fence, well watered, and adjacent to the Parish Road, with extensive Choice Orcharding in full bearing. THE STONE AND SLATE-BXJILT HOMESTEAD con- tains Sitting Room, Kitchen with range, Back Kitchen with boiler and baking oven, Dairy, Three Bedrooms, and Two Attits, Large Cellar with rolling-way froar Road, Coal- house, and Outside Office. EXCELLENT GARDEN AND LARGE PIGGERY. THE CONVENIENT OUTBUILDINGS comprise :— Stone-built with galvanized roof Two-bay Barn and Cow Shed, Galvanized Lean-to Calves' Cot, Large Stone-built and Tiled Cider House with Mill, also Stable with Loft over. Will be off(red by Public Auction (WITH POSSESSION OF THE WHOLE ON FEB. 2, 1918) by J. STRAKER, SON & CHADWICK, F.A.I. (subject to Conditions of Sale to be then and there read) at the ANGEL HOTEL, ABERGA- VENNY, at Three o'clock in the Afternoon, On TUESDAY, 13th NOVEMBER, Excellent Supply of Spring Water. Tithe (payable 1917). i1 3s. 5d. The Vendor, Mr. Henry Pugh, The Farm, Norton, Grosmont, will be pleased to show the lot, on application. Any other information may be obtained from the Auctioneers, at their Offices, Abergavenny or of MESSRS. HODGENS & CUNLIFFE, Solicitors, Abergavenny. LITTLE KATHLEA FARM, LLANGATTOCK LINGOED. IMPORTANT SALE OF FARMING STOCK. 17 well-bred Hereford Cattle, viz. 5 Cows with their Steer and Heifer Calves, Two 3-yr.-old Bullocks, Two i^-yr.-old Heifers, Fat Cow, 2-yr.-old Bull. 95 Cross-bred Sheep, viz. 60 Young Radnor and Cross-bred Ewes, 30 Fat Lambs, 5 Rams. Part Rick of Capital 1916 HAY (to go off). 58 Acres of GRASS KEEP to Christmas 1917. which MR. MONTAGUE HARRIS, F.A.I., will Sell for I Mr. James J ones (who is retiring) On THURSDAY, 8th NOVEMBER, 1917. Sale at 2 o'clock sharp. I Auctioneer's Offices: Lion Street Chambers, Abergavenny. LLANWENARTH CITRA. Valuable Freehold Meadow Land For Sale. MR. MONTAGUE HARRIS, F.A.I., in con- junction with MR. WYNDHAM J. PRICHARD, F.A.I., by instructions from Mr. John Prichard, will Sell by Auction as above at the ANGEL HOTEL, ABERGAVENNY, On TUESDAY, 6th NOVEMBER, 1917, (subject to Conditions of Sale) at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, the Very Valuable FREEHOLD FEEDING MEADOWS situate as above and containing in all 12 Acres (or thereabouts), and now in the occupation of the owner. The property abuts on th^ river Usk and carries with it a considerable stretch of Valuable FISHING. I For further particulars and orders to view, apply to the Auctioneer, Abergavenny or to the Vendor's Solicitors MESSRS. GABB & WALFORD, Abergavenny. lbaicEi ftp auction. LLANWENARTH CITRA. MR. MONTAGUE HARRIS, F.A.I., will offer for Sale by Auction at the ANGEL HOTEL, ABER- GAVENNY, on TUESDAY, 6th NOVEMBER, 1917, at Three o'clock in the Afternoon (subject to the Common Form Conditions of the Monmouthshire Incorporated Law Society and such Special Conditions as shall then and there be read) the following Desirable FREEHOLD PROPERTIES viz LOT i.-All that Freehold Family Residence situate within one mile of the Borough of Aber- gavenny and close to the high road leading from Abergavenny to Brecon, known as CHERRY ORCHARD. The Dwelling-house contains Dining and Drawing Rooms, Study, Seven Bedrooms and Bath-room (h. and c.), Kitchen and usual offices. There is Stabling and Coach-house, Gardener's COTTAGE, Conservatory, large Pleasure and Kitchen Gardens and Paddock and Orchard adjoining the* whole containing 4J Acres (or thereabouts). Possession on. completion of durchase. LoT 2.—All those Two Pieces of Freehold MEADOW LAND adjoining Lot 1 and contain- ing together 9a. Sr. 15p. (or thereabouts), and now in the occupation of Mr. W. J. Harris. For further particulars and orders to view, apply to the Auctioneer, Abergavenny or to MESSRS. HODGENS & CUNLIFFE, Solicitors, Abergavenny. ABERGAVENNY. Valuable Freehold Property For Sale. MR. MONTAGUE HARRIS, F.A.I., has been instructed to Sell by Auction, at the ANGEL HOTEL, ABERGAVENNY, On TUESDAY, 30th OCTOBER, 1917, At 3 p.m. precisely (subject to Conditions of Sale) the undermentioned VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY LOT I.-All that well-situated Dwelling-house, called and known as No. 14, Castle Street, Aber- gavenny, lately in the occupation of Mrs. Eliza- beth Lewis, deceased, and containing Two Front Rooms, Kitchen, Scullery, 4 Bedrooms, and usual offices. There is a large Garden at the rear, and a Right of Way through 14, Flannel Street. LOT 2.—All those Two Freehold Cottages called and known as Nos. 70 & 72, Tudor Street, Abergavenny, and being in the respective occupation of Messrs. -J ohn Powell and Thomas J ones, at the respective rentals of 3s. 6d. and 3s. per week, landlord paying rates. LOT 3.—All those Two Cottages known as Nos. 1 & 3, Court F, Tudor Street, Abergavenny, and now in the respective occupation of Messrs. H. Bennett and Mrs. Sullivan at the respective rentals of 2S. 6d. and 3s. per week, landlord paying rates. For further particulars, apply to the Aucr. tioneer, Abergavenny, or to the Vendor's Solicitor J. R. JACOB, Esq., Abergavenny. —————————————————————————— N —— BEAUFORT. Valuable Long Leasehold Property For Sale. MR. MONTAGUE HARRIS, F.A.I., has "been instructed to offer for Sale by Auction, at the I NEW GRIFFIN HOTEL, BRYNMAWR, On WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7th, 1917, At 6 p.m. precisely, In Two Lots (and subject to Conditions of Sale to be then and there read), the undermentioned VALUABLE LONG LEASEHOLD Dwelling Houses and Business Premises Situate at BEAUFORT RISE, BEAUFORT. LOT I.-All that substantially-erected, well- situated VILLA RESIDENCE, called and known as DISGWYLFA HOUSE, situate as above, and now in the oc-cupatio,.i-of Mrs. D. Roberts, at the verv low rental of (i S per annum, tenant paying rates. The House contains Entrance Porch, Dining Doom, Drawing Room, Kitchen, Under Kitchen, Four Bedrooms and Bath Room, and usual Offices. LOT 2.—All that Commodious BUSINESS PREMISES AND DWELLING HOUSE, situate as above, and adjoining Lot I, known as the CAMBRIAN STORES, and now in the occupa- tion of Mr. J. R. James at the rental of ^30 per annum, tenant paying rates. The premises con- tain the following accommodation Double- fronted Sale Shop, Bakehouse, 4 Store Rooms, Sitting Room, Dining Room, Underground Kitchen and Pantry, and 3 Bedrooms. There is a substantially-built Stable and Coach-house, with Loft over, and also a small Garden. Both Lots are held under Lease for 99 years from the 29th September, 1901, at the appor- tioned Ground Rent of {3 per annum in respect of Lot I, and i5 in respect of Lot 2. The Mines and Minerals are reserved. For further particulars and Orders to View, apply to the Auctioneer, Abergavenny or to MESSRS. HODGENS & CUNLIFFE, SolicitoTs, Abergavenny. BEAUFORT, BRECONSHIRE. Valuable Freehold Property For Sale.' MR. MONTAGUE HARRIS, F.A.I., has been instructed to offer for Sale by Auction, in Three Lots, at 4he NEW GRIFFIN HOTEL, BRYNMAWR, on WEDNESDAY, NOV. 7th, 1917, at 6 p.m. precisely (subject to Con- ditions of Sale to be then and there read, the Capital Well-built FREEHOLD COTTAGES known as 1,2 & 3, Wesley Place, Beaufort Rise, Beaufort. LOT I.-No. I Wesley Place, contains Two Front Rooms, Kitchen, Pantry, Coalhouse, Offices, 4 Bedrooms, and small Garden, and is now in the occupation of Mr. Rowe at a rental of 8/6 per week, landlord paying rates. LOT 2—No. 2, Wesley Place, adjoining Lot I, and containing Front Room Back Koom, Pantrv, Coal House, 2 Bedrooms, and Smell Garden, and now in the occupation of Mr. James at a [rental of 7s. per week, Landlord paying rates. LOT 3.—No. 3, Wesley Place, adjoining Lot 2, and containing Front Room, Kitchen, Pantry, 2 Bedrooms, and small Garden, and now in the occupation of Mrs. Carter at a rental of 7s. per week, landlord paying rates. The Auctioneer would call special attention to the fact that there is ample room for the erection of three additional houses, for which there is a great demand in the locality. The Mines and Minerals are reserved. For further particulars and Orders to View, apply to the Auctioneer, Abergavenny or to MESSRS. HQDGENS & CUNLIFFE, Solicitors, Abergavenny. SHORT NOTICE OF SALE. DUFFRYN GANOL, LLANBEDR, CRICK- HOWELL. 21 Miles from Crickhowell. SALE OF FARMING STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, &c. MR. T. J. PHILLIPS has been favoured with instructions from Mr. W. Powell, who is leaving, to Sell by Public Auction at the above place, on THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1st, 1917. 130 Sheep, 11 Cattle, 2 Horses as follows, viz. SHEEP .-40 Cross-bred Radnor Ewes, i and 2 year old, 60 Fat and Store Wethers, 1, 2 and 3 I year old, 29 Ewe and Wether Lambs, 1 Ram. CATTLE.-3 Cows in calf and in milk, 1 Cow and Calf in full profit, 1 2-year-old Heifer in calf, 1 3-half-year-old Heifer, 1 Yearling Heifer, 3 Calves. HORSES.-l Cart Mare, rising 5 years old, i ditto rising seven (both supposed to be in foal), IMPLEMENTS.—Plough, 2 pairs Harrows, Roller, Scuffler, Grubber, Gambo, Cart, Mowing Machine, Sheep Rack and Trough, Petrol Engine, Two Chaffcutters, Scythe, Rakes and Pikles. Also GRASS KEEP from day of Sale until 25th December, 1917. Luncheon at 11.30. Sale at 1 o'clock prompt. Terms-Cash. The Auctioneer desires to draw the attention of farmers, butchers, dealers and others to the above, and wishes an early attendance. Neuadd Farm, Scethrog, Oct. 22, 1917. flKBantrtj. WANTED, a respectable Girl as Day Girl; maid kept.—Apply, Mrs. Ivor Marsh, Brynterion. WANTED, Young Maid, daily.—Apply, Bla- don," Holywell-road. WANTED, Lady Apprentices for the Florist and Seed Trade.—Henry Pitt, Abergavenny. A SMART ERRAND BOY all day.—Masters & Co., Clothiers, Ltd. YOUNG MAN, 25 (discharged soldier) seeks employment in any light capacity.—Apply, D.P., Chronicle Office. COUNTRY COTTAGE with little Land Wanted to Purchase, if cheap, near town.—Greenway, Chronicle Office, Abergavenny. WANTED, to Purchase all kinds of Ladies' and Gentlemen's cast-off Clothing, for cash.-Mrs. Hemming, 20 King-street, Abergavenny. WANTED, Apprentices for the Millinery Work- room and Showrooms.—Beveridge, Drapers, Abergavenny. WANTED, a Man for General Work.-Apply, David Lewis, Mardy Farm, Llanwenarth Citra. WANTED, a Workman Cowman cottage and garden close to work.—Collins, Great Trerew, Llanvetherine, Abergavenny. LAY READER Wanted for winter months; Sunday work only. Mission Churches, etc.- Rector, Llangattock Crickhowell. WANTED, Sprays of Golden, also Berried Holly; Ivy, Moss, Mistletoe, and Rabbits.—Birtles, Davenport Green, Wilmslow. WANTED, in Dressmaking Department, Bodice and Skirt hands.—Apply, Thomas & Sons, Golden Fleece, Cross-street, Abergavenny. WANTED, Apprentices in Drapery Establish- ment. Good opportunity focjntelligent girls. —Apply, Thomas &- Sous, Golden Fleece, Cross-street, Abergavenny. WOOD CUTTERS required for cutting Pitwood on Coldbrook Estate. Highest prices given.-z- Montague Harris, F.A.I., Auctioneer & Estate Agent, Abergavenny. I SUITABLE PERSONS (ineligible for the Army) either sex, Wanted as Agents to sell an established article appealing to Gardeners, Allotment Holders, and Farmers. Immense success where used. Part time, or otherwise, according to local conditions.—For further particulars, apply by letter, 333, Chronicle Office, Abergavenny. WANTED, 20 SECOND-HAND PIANOS. MUST BE IN GOOD CONDITION. Apply at once to HEINS & CO., Hereford, Brecon or Abergavenny. jfor £ s>ale. GARDEN BARROWS, Ladders, Carts, Gatubos, &c.—Watkins, Wheelwright, Mardy, Mon. VACUUM CLEANERS.—Several second-hand and shop-soiled, to be cleared at low prices (21/- upwards). Cleans carpets, furniture, curtains, &c., easily, thoroughly and quickly. -E. Howard Davies & Co., House Furnishers, High-street. Telephone 52. ONE backyarder who was losing money before now makes n/- a month from eight birds by using Karswood Poultry Spice. 2d., 6d., 1/ R. M. Williams, 51, Cross-st., Abergavenny. Gl I- iii iiiie(li,,alled for successful Rearing and Fattening of Pigs and Poultry bags, 6d.— Wibberley, Abergavenny. FOR SALE, Useful Horse; suit farmer or haulier. Apply, Millbrook, Llanvihangel Crucorney. FOR SALE, Seed Wheat, Square Heads, Master over 6 quarters to the acre 12S. per bushel. Cider Apples, the best. 10 Acres of Mangolds and Swedes to let to pull. Good prices given -Applv, Home Farm, Glanusk, Crickhowell. SECOND YEAR HENS need Karswood Poultry Spice, containing ground insects, to make them lay like pullets. Packets 2d., 6d., 1/ Wibberley, Corn Merchant, Lion Street, and 50, Cross Street, Abergavenny. Pigs Are Often Troubled With Worms. Thor- ley's Worm Powders will clear same. Sold in cartons containing 6 powders, 5d., by Agents in all parts, or by post paid 12 powders 1/1 from Joseph Thorley Ltd., King's Cross, London. OXIDE OF IRON (Compound) enrich the blood, strengthen the system and bring the colour of health to pale faces, also acts as a gentle aperient. Invaluable for anaemia. 50 tablets in box, I/Shackleton, Chemist, Cross Street. GIVE the German submarine campaign the knock-out blow, by doubling your egg supply by using Karswood Spice, containing ground insects. 2d., 6d., I/Jeffreys & Son, Corn Merchants, Frogmore Corn Stores, Aberga- venny. CLOCKWORK layers have not yet been in- vented. The next best thing is a hen which gets Karswood.Poultr ySpice (containing ground insects) daily.—Rees, 16, Cross St., and Castle Mills, Abergavenny. ONE backyarder who was losing money before now makes 11/- a month from .eight birds by using Karswood Poultry Spice. 2d., 6d., 1/ —Wibberley, Corn Merchant, Lion St., and 50 Cross St., Abergavenny. YOU SHOULD USE OVUM THORLEY'S POULTRY SPICE. Why ? Because it keeps the birds in a fine healthy condition; helps them through the moult and assists nature and PRODUCES AN ABUNDANCE OF EGGS. OVUM is sold by: A. J. Wibberley (late Saunders & Co.), 50 Cross-street, Abergavenny. SEED CORN.—Grand changes. All leading kinds of WHEATS, WINTER BEANS, WINTER OATS, from Midlands, Yorkshire, and Linocln Fens. Enquiries and orders promptly at- tended fo. Prices moderate carriage paid. Also FEEDING-STUFFS and MANURES of all kinds, on lowest terms.—Apply, Hprveys, Kidderminster. Poultry Keepers Should Write to Joseph Thor- ley, Ltd., King's Cross, London, who are the manufacturers of OVUM, Thorley's Poultry Spice, for Thorley's Poultry Keepers' Account Book, also book giving useful Hints to Poultry Keepers. Both sent free. PIG FFFDFRS Now that Pig Feed is so costly use WILLSON'S CANADIAN PIG POWDERS in the food once or twice a week; they will save you such a lot of time in fattening. Healthy pigs are the pigs that pay, and Will- son's keep them healthy. 7 powders for 7d., 16 powders for 1/2, 48 powders for 3/ 144 powders for 8/ and in bulk in tins 21/- each, all post paid.—Sold by A. J. Wibberley, Corn Merchant, 50 Cross St., and Henry Shackleton, Chemist, Abergavenny. THOMAS (Builth Wells) LAMB DRENCHES. The Farmer's greatest friend. Has saved tens of thousands of Lambs. It is used all over the country. No Farmer should be without it. After its use the flock is safe from the ravages of Red Water and other diseases so fatal to Lambs. In packets, 6d. for 20 lambs. For Worms and Parasites in Sheep and Lambs use the Worm Tablets; in tins 1/6.—Sole Manufacturer Harry Shackleton, Chemist, Abergavenny. 0 iHtsccllaneotus. I Vv I and style combined with moderate price has voiced the fame of P. E. GANE, LTD., since the vear 1824, and are still the factors that keep their name in the forefront of Furnishing Houses.. I'lPfflBBK! By a recent addition of no less I ) U I ij. than thirteen showrooms the total r j length of their Newport premises Jilir^—'■ "A J. < has been raised to over one third of a mile, much larger than those ]?? ,T Bm of any local competing house, and °    L. [ PPj| rivalled by few houses in the kingdom. We invite you to pay these_ rooms a visit of inspection quite apart from the ques- tion of purchase. All goods are marked in I plain figures at cash prices. RE.G?NE.I? "COOD TtilN(iS7 IN FURNITLIRL'- ?B?** IV EWPORT. FURS! FURS!! SPECIAL SHOW. = Natural Musquash, Pony, Coney Seal, f) Fur Coats, also Coats Fur Lined & Fur Trimmed. Ladies' Fur Sets from 15/11 to i8gns. Children's Fur Sets from 1/1 it. JONES & CO., Bank House, Abergavenny. Proprietor: F. TREVOR JONES. 4 DUTCH VESSEL SMARTLY CAPTURED. THOUSANDS COMING TO ABERGAVENNY EX S.S. OLOF WIJK. BY ORDER OF ADMIRALTY MARSHAL. The above vessel being smartly captured and contents disposed of by order of Admiralty Marshal, Abergavenny securing thousands. The proprietor of Abergavenny Seed Stores purchasing direct in London, Hyacinths, Tulips, Narcissus, Crocus, Scillas, Anemones, Lillies, Snowdrops, etc. Order early. Only to be obtained locally from 01;L^iVy 1\? AREROAVENNVSEED STORM. I j c T\  ir??? FROGMO STREET. I H M V H /]■ ? ABERGAVENNY. FLORIST ANDyV ,?SSrE?FEDDSS ?TT?" jfor ^ale. RATS, MICE, MOLES, COCKROACHES JL\) and BEETLES greedily eat Harrison's Reliable Rat Poison. Cats and Ddgs 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. KILL THAT INSECT, TOMMY I—Send Kyour pals out yonder" some tins of Harrison's Nursery Pomade—they'll be very 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 gd. 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. Cost or trapeb. STRAYED to Edwards, Poplars," Gilwern, aged Hereford Cow, in milk, Sept. 29th. If not claimed in three days will be sold to defray expenses. LOST, on October 13th, from the Rheld Farm, Crickhowell, a Kerry Ram pitchmark J.M. on left side.—Apply, J. Munklye, FOUND in Abergavenny, about six weeks ago, some Treasury Notes. The owner can have same by applying at Police Station and stating number of notes and district in which lost. WILL the Person who picked up Grey Squirrel Muff in Coliseum by mistake on Thursday night pl ease return it to Chronicle Office ? Finder rewarded. let. TWO-STALLED STABLE and Coach-liouse to Let.—Apply, Chronicle Office. TO LET, Furnished Bedroom and Sitting Room central.—Write, May, c/o "Chronicle Office. FURNISHED BEDROOM to Let; single bed; with or without attendance; bath, h. & c.- Apply, R.B., Chronicle Office. TO LET, House and Garden at Ethelbert Place also 94 Westgate Buildings.—Apply, Williams, Llanellen, Abergavenny. iHisrellatmms. Borough of Abergavenny NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Town Council of Abergavenny will, at a Meeting to be held at their Council Chamber, on M6nday, the 29th day of October, 1917, at Eight o'clock in the Afternoon, make an Assess- ment to the Improvement Rate at One Shilling and Tenpence in the pound, on the Owners and Occupiers of all assessable property situate within the said Borough, to pay charges incurred by the Council during the Half-year ending on the 31st March, 1918. A Statement of the proposed Rate is deposited at the Town Clerk's Office, and may be inspected during office hours. ob WM. H. HOPW D, Town Clerk. Town Hall, Abergavenny, 22nd October, 1917. MADAM DESMOND, PALMIST, is now paying a short visit to this town, and can be consulted daily at 7 MERTHYR ROAD. illtsrellatieotts. Borough of Abergavenny. LOCAL FOOD CONTROL COMMITTEE. MILK. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that in pursuance of the NIILI-z (PRICES) ORDER 1917 the above Committee have RESOLVED that the MAXIMUM RETAIL PRICE FOR MILK delivered within the Borough shall be Five Pence per Quart, or 2 d. per Pint, to take effect from and after Monday Next, October 29th, 1917, and during the following month of November. BUTTER. The Committee have also fixed the MAXIMUM PRICE for BRITISH-MADE BUTTER (from FARM) at 2/3 per lb. upon all sale of Butter by the maker thereof for delivery on and after this date. WM. H. HOPWOOD, Executive officer. Local Food Office, Town Hall, Abergavenny, ..24th October, 1917. Monmouthshire Agricultural Executive TRACTOR PLOUGHING. HPRACTOR PLOUGHS are now working in « A Abergavenny, Monmouth, Chepstow, Usk, and Newport Districts, and applications for their use should be made without delav to the District Secretaries, or to the Machinery Officer, Mr. T, H. Price, Gaer Hill Farm, Chepstow. J. RICE JONES, Secretarv. 24, Bridge Street, Newport, 25th October, 1917. Abergavenny Technical Instruction Committee. Preparatory Classes for Girls will be held at HEREFORD RD. SCHOOL, ABERGAVEXNY, as under ENGLISH and HOUSEHOLD ARITHMETIC on Tuesday Evenings at 7.15, coinmencing October 23rd, 1917. HYGIENE & DOMESTIC ECONOMY, and NEEPLEWORK (including Embroidery and Knitting) on Wednesday Evenings at 7.15, commencing October 24th, 1917. The above Subjects will form One Course, and Students will be expected to take up the Course as a whole. Fee for the Course :—Students under 16 years of age, over 16 years of age, 2/6. A. A. PRICE, Secretary. COLISEUM ABERGAVENNY. Telephone, ý3. MANAGING DIRECTOR: RICHARD DOOSER. RESIDENT MANAGEB W. H. WALLER. MONDAY, TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY FAMOUS PLAYERS present THE DUMMY Featuring JACK PICKFORD, Brother of the famous MARY PICKFORD. One of the most Thrilling Screen Dramas yet offered. Chapter 4 THE SECRET OF THE SUBMARINE. Keystone Special "SAFETY FIRST, AMBROSIO." A Screamer. THURSDAY. FRIDAY & SATURDAY RUFFLES PICTURES present VANITY Featuring OLGA PETROVA, the Charming Russian Screen Star. This is a Magnificent Photo. Play, screened in Five Acts. Keystone Comedy HIS ONLY WIFE. Yery Funny. Additional Drama DOWN IN THE DEEP. In Two Acts. LOOK OUT for the Great Film Picturization, THE SORROWS OF SATAN." The Finest Film of the Year. Coming Next Week. Doors open at 7. Commencing at 7.30 ADULTS, I ADULTS, ADULTS (Tip np Chaira) (Tip up Chairs 4d. Set. l CHILDREN, 4d. OnrLDREN. 8d. NOTICE. lyXADAME ELLA, well-known Palmist, can be consulted by Specimen of Handwriting. Send r/r and full name and address to 28, Salisbury Road, Cardiff. Christadelphian Synagogue, LION STREET, ABERGAVENNY SUNDAY NEXT, OCT. 28th, 1917, At 6 o'clock (Please note alteration of time). Speaker: Mr. E. KNIGHT, of Cwmbran. Subject: "ANOTHER KING, ONE JESUS." Come and hear and jadge for yourself. Saata are free, and no colU etion.