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Sales by Auction. PRELIMINARY. BOROUGH OF ABERGAVENNY. J.'STRAKER, SON & CHADW!CK, F.A.I., have been favoured with instruciinos to offer by Auction at an earlv date, with Possession in March next, A DESIRABLE Freeho!d Residence, known as ASHBOURNE LODGE. Particulars in due course from the Auctioneers, or of Messrs. GABB & WALFORD, Solicitors. PRELIMINARY. MARKET HALL. <t. STRAKER, SON & CHADWICK, F.A.t., are favoured with instructions to catalogue and remove, for convenience of sale, 350 LOTS OF VALUABLE ANTIQUE FURNITURE early in January Next. Catalogues in due course. PRELIMINARY. BERTH LLANFACH, LLANELLEN. THURSDAY. JANUARY 8th, 1920. J. STRAKER, SON & CHADWtCK, F.A.L, are instructed by the Representatives of the late Mr. F. Holmes to Sell bv Auction the HOUSE- HOLD FURNITURE "& EFFECTS on the above date. SPECIAL ENTRY. CATTLE MARKET, TUESDAY NEXT. J. STRAKER, SON & CHADWICK will Sell by Auction, at 11.30, 8 Strong Fresh STEERS, for finishing. The Bullocks arc an exceptional lot. PRELIMINARY. POSTON COURT ESTATE, HEREFORD- SHIRE. MR. MONTAGUE HARRIS, F.A.I., has been instructed to Sell by Auction, in Three Lots, at the BOUGHTON ARMS HOTEL, PETER- CHURCH, on MONDAY, 22nd DECEMBER, 1919, THE HtLL FARM and other portions of the above Estate, in the Parish of Vowchurch, containing in all an area of e)2a. or. 33?. Auctioneers' Omees, Abergavenny. CRICKHOWELL, BRECONSHIRE. Sale of Desirabte Freehotd & Leasehotd Properties MR. ARTHUR J. THOMAS has been instructed to Sell bv Auction at the BEAR HOTEL, Crick- howell, on THURSDAY, DECEMBER i8th, 1019, at 3.30 p.m. precisely (subject to Con- ditions of Sale to be then produced) the following DESIRABLE FREEHOLD AND LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES LOT i.—All that FREEHOLD RESIDENCE re- cently in the occupation of the owner, th& late Miss M. J. Coward, and known as Victoria House, having a frontage of 2oft. or thereabouts to High- street, CrickhoweII, containing on ground noor Entrance, Dining Room, Parlour, Kitchen, Pantry and Scullery. On nrst noor Drawing Room and 2 Bedrooms, on second noor 4 Bed- rooms. Basement 2 Cellars. Outside Stable, W.C., and Garden. Vacant possession can be had on completion. LOT 2.—All that LEASEHOLD DWELLING HOUSE and PREMISES, known as Minycastell, situate in Castle Road, in the occupation of Mr. Hughes, at a Calendar Monthly Rental of £1 3s. 4d., Tenant paying rates. Apportioned Ground Rent /l 55. od. per annum. LOT 3.—All that LEASEHOLD DWELLING- HOUSE and PREMISES adjoining Lot 2, in the occupation of Mr. Morgan, at a Calendar Monthly Rental of ii, Tenant paying rates. Apportioned Ground Rent £1 per annum. LOT 4.11 that LEASEHOLD DWELLIXG- HOUSE and PREMISES adjoining Lot 3, in the occupation of Mr. Wilfred Towusend, at a Calcn dar Monthly Rental of i-r, Tenant paying rates. Apportioned Ground Rent f.) per annum. Lease, 99 vears from -,gth September, iooS. LOT 3.—All those Two LEASEHOLD DWELLING- HOUSES, PREMISES, GARAGE and SHED, adjoining Lot 2, in the respective occupations of Mr. Robinson, at a Calendar Monthly Rental of I5s. Mr. Powell, at a Calendar Monthly Rental of l6s. The Great Western Railway Co. at an Annual Rental of £15 ics. and Mr. Percy Morgan, at an Annual Rental of £1., Owner pay- ing rates. Ground rent, £3 per annum. Lease 99 years from 29th September. 1907, For orders to view, and other particulars, apply to the Auctioneer, Gilwern and Crick- howell; or to J. REGINALD JACOB, Esq., Solicitor, Abergavenny. HEREFORDSHIRE. VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTIES FOR SALE, Being portions of the POSTON COURT ESTATE (In 3 Lots), in the Parish of Vowchurch, gnd (In 3 Lots) THE HILL FARM," containing known as in all an area of 83a. ir. 22p. (or thereabouts), with suitable Homestead and Buildings, and now let to Mr. James Price. A useful SMALL HOLDING, known as WILDINGS," containing in all 4a. ir. 13?. (or thereabouts), with comfortable Cottage, now let to Mr. Robert Wilding. b Several Enclosures of PASTURE LAND, called and known as OLD CWRGAN," containing in all 4a, 2r. op., now let to Mr. James Price, which MR. MONTAGUE HARRIS, F.A.I., has received instructions to offer for Sale at the BOUGHTON ARMS HOTEL, PETERCHURCH, On MONDAY, DECEMBER 22nd, 1919, At 2.30 p.m. prompt. All the above properties are within 11,- miles of Vowchurch Station on the .Golden "Valley Branch of the G.W. Railway. For further particulars and orders to view apply to the Auctioneer, Abergavenny, or to Messrs. Hilder, Thompson, and Dunn, 36, Jermyn Street, St. James', London, S.W. i. PRELIMINARY. PANT-Y-GOITRE, Near ABERGAVENNY. MR. MONTAGUE HARRIS, F.A.L, has received instructions from Major J. D. Berrington to Sell by Auction at the above the whole of his Valuable FURNtSHtNGS AND EFFECTS, on THURSDAY, igth JANUARY, 1920. Auctioneer's Omces, Abergavenny. MONMOUTHSHIRE. PARISHES OF LLANTILIO CR08SENNY, LLANGATTOCK LINGOED AND LLAN- VETHERINE. MR. MONTAGUE HARRIS, F.A.I., has been instructed to Sell by Auction, at an early date, the Outlying Portions of GLEN TRETHY ESTATE situate as above, and containing in all an area of 600 AerM ('or thereabouts). Particulars of Sale, with Plans, are in course of preparation and may be had in due course from the Auctioneer, Abergavenny, or from the Vendor's Solicitors Messrs. WITHAM, ROSKEU,, MUNSTER & WELD, i Gray's Inn Square, London, W.C. I. Mr, FrederickJ. Shaw, P.S.I., LAND AGEMT, Chartered Surveyor & Valuer. Late Government Valuer to Someraet House and Board of Agriculture. Surveyor to Boards and ComimssIoM, and Agent for extensive Landed Estates and other Propertiee, in many parta of the Country. omce:-WESTaATE CHAMBERS,, f.Mõ. n Ao- NEWPORT. Sales by Auction. Established 1747. DAVIS & SONS, AUCTIONEERS. Property Specialists and Expert Valuers For the County of Monmouth. ARCHITECTS AND SURVEYORS. 26, STOW-HILL, NEWPORT. TEL., 2815. MAGOR HOUSE, I I USK. TEL.. 8 BRECONSHIRE, HEREFORDSHIRE, AND MONMOUTHSHIRE BORDERS. PARISHES OF EWYAS HAROLD, C\VMVOY, AND PARTRISHOW. Desirable Freehotd Farms, Water MiH, Small Holdings and Woodtands. MR. C. L. MARRIOTT will offer for Sale yb Auction, at the AxGE<< HOTEL, ABERGAVENNY, on TUESDAY, 23rd DECEMBER, 1919, at 3 p.m. punctually, Lot i.—The Greig Farm, in the Parish of Ewyas Harold, about one mile from Pontrilas Station and 12 from Hereford, comprising a Stone and Slate-built House, convenient Build- ings and 35a. 2r. 6p. (or thereabouts) of Pasture Orcharding, and Woodland in the occupation of Mr. G. J. Brooks, on Lease ex- piring 29th September, 1922. Also a well-built Cottage with Garden and an Acre of Land, called The Crooked Field," and known as Marden Hill Cottage or MaidenhiII Cottage." Lot 2.—The Cwm Farm, in the Parish of Cwmyoy, 2 miles from Llanvihangel Station, and 6 miles from Abergavenny, comprising a sub- stantial Stone and Slate-built House, good Buildings, and Excellent Pasture and Wood- land, the whole extending to about 50a. 3r. 5p., in the occupation of Mr. P. Price, on a Yearly Candlemas tenancy. Lot 3.-Castle Fietd, in the Parish of Cwmyoy, about i mile from the Village, comprising an Enclosure of Excellent Pasture Land, and Ruins of Cottage. The whole containing about 1 Acre. Let to Mr. William Bevan. Lot 4.—The New Inn Farm, in the Hamlet of Fwthog, and Parish of Cwmyoy, about 3 miles from Llanvihangel Station, and 3 miles from Abergavenny, including a commodious Stone- built House with Club-room, convenient Out- buildings, small Orchard and 3 Enclosures of Pasture Land, the whole extending to about 2a. 3r. 13p. Let to Mr. Wm. Bevan, together with a Stone-built Cottage and well-fenced Garden lying near. Also a Piece of Land called The Langett." in the parish of Cwmyoy, on the West side of Coed Draw Wood, and lying between the Wood and the River Grwyney. Lot 5.—Coed Draw Wood, adjoining Lot 4, containing a quantity of Excellent Timber of good length, consisting of Oak, Fir, Larch, &c., and containing about 15a. tr. 25p. Lot 6.-Pontysgibb MiH, in the parish of Partrishow, about 3 miles from Llanvihangel Station, and 5 from Abergavenny, an Old- Established and well-maintained Water Corn Mill, with Two Pairs of Stones also a Stone- built Cottage, Garden and Outbuildings, Ex- cellent Pasture and Meadow Land, and Valuable Trout Fishing in the Grwyney, the whole con- taining about 7 Acres, let to Mr. Philip Parsons. The Abertillery Water Board having cut a New Road through Lots 2 and 6, direct access is given to these Properties. The Sporting and Fishing are good. For further particulars apply to the Auc- tioneer, 41, Broad Street, Hereford or to MR. A. J. FRAXKI.IX, Solicitor, Brunswick Lawn, Gloucester. Miscellaneous. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. Re-opentDg Monmoath M. Garage. This hnsiness which has been closed during the War has been re-opened by The Ahersavenny Motor Co., (1919), lrtci. THOS. TEMLETT, Manager. A. J. WIBBERLEY, (SAUNDERS&CO.), 50 CROSS STRRRT. ABERGAVRNNY. POULTRY CORN (Best Mixture) 2/10 per Peck ROUND tNDtAN CORN 3/3 USE LASCO MEAT & LAYING MEALS for SOFT FooDS and with HARD CORN as above. You will have a Fun AND REGULAR EGG SUPPLY during the Winter Months. A Large Stock of ALL KINDS of FEEDING STUFFS All Orders delivered promptly in Town and District. ? BOROUGH THEATRE. TWO PERFORMANCES SATURDAY, at 6.30 and 8.30. THE MUSICAL COMEDY ABSURDITY, ODDS AND ENDS." NEXT WEEK-FIVE NtGHTS at 7.30. Saturday at 6.30 and 8.30. ROBT. H. KENT presents his ORIENTAL MUSICAL COMEDY ENSEMBLE, "SALAAM A GRAND SLAM t THE ANGLO-INDIAN TRIO, LOLA, EVELYN, QUEENIE. Prices: 3/6 and 2/4 (reserved), 1/10 and 1/3 (including tax). FRED. HASELL, CONFECTIONER, WELCOME CAFE. TRY our XMAS CAKES and MINCE PIES. Home-made Mince Meat. BADMAN BROS., Crickhowell, are open to l5 receive TENDERS for the Demolition of the Building known as Beaufort Anns StaMes, situated in Beaufort Street. Work to consist of (t) The stacking of building material. (2) The clearing of the site. Tenders to be addressed to Head Omce, CMlton Chamber, Newport, Men. Wanted. RESPECTABLE GIRL Wanted, 17 to 20.— White, Forge Hammer Inn, Gilwern. WANTED, good Machinist and Skirt Maker.— Daniels, Abergavenny. WANTED, Apprentice to Florist and Seed Trade.—Percy Eraser, Frogmore-street. YOUNG MAN requires Home.—Particulars to Box ijj, Chronicle Omce. WANTED, Two Unfurnished or Furnished Rooms, in Abergavenny.—Apply S.E., Chronicle Omce. WANTED to rent, Garden Ground, in large or small lots, or Allotments.—Henry Townsend, 28 Stanhope-street. WANTED to rent, small House with Land, suitable for chicken farming, within 5 or 6 miles of Abergavenny.—Particulars to Searle, The Bungalow, Dixton-road, Monmouth. £3 offered for Key of House, or suitable Rooms, in or near Abergavenny.—Apply Box 10, Chronicle Omce, Abergavenny. WANTED, Dairy and Poultry Maid; good references.—BailiS, Llwyn Du Home Fatm, Abergavenny. WANTED, at once, Keep for Colts till February or March.—Write full particulars, Keep," c/o Chronicle Omce. EXPERIENCED GENERAL plain cooking. Good wages to suitable girl.—Apply Mrs. Matthews Hudson, Frogmore-street. £5 MOLESKINS.—Million Skins Wanted. Five Pounds per 100 for Best Quality.—Gerrard, Furriers, Edinburgh. WANTED, an intelligent Youth as Apprentice to the Printing. Good progressive wages.— Abergavenny Chronicle Printing \Vorks. WANTED, Second-hand Pianos and Organs, for cash. Best prices given.—Send card to Hems & Co., Ltd., The All-British Firm, 23 Frog- more-street, Abergavenny. WANTED to Purchase, Ladies' and Gentlemen's and Children's Second-hand Clothing best prices given wil! call on receipt of post card. —Apply, Mrs. Jackson, 4 Chapel-road, Aber- gavenny. For Sale. GARDEN BARROWS, Ladders, Carts, Gamboa, &c.—Watkins, Wheelwright, Mardy, Mon. BRASS-RAIL FENDERS, Fire Brasses, at G. R. Boundy's, 22 Frogmore-street. FOR SALE, Quantity of Oak Gates cleft and sawn.—H. Ingleson, Graig, Nr. Monmouth. KITCHEN FENDERS, Pokers and Fire Irons, at G. R. Boundy's, 22 Frogmore-street. NANNY GOAT to be Sold in the Market on Tuesday, ibth. Splendid milker. SENSIBLE PRESENTS. — Buy a Vacuum Cleaner for the house. Prices from 42S. up- wards. Worth their weight in gold.—E. Howard Da vies & Co., House Furnishers. SAFETY RAZORS, Strops and Brushes, at G. R. Boundy's, 22 Frogmore-street. ENFIELD Motor Bicycle (June' 1919) for Sale absolutely perfect in every respect. Oners.—Edwards, Bank, Aberga- venny. Children's Toy, Painting and Reward Books, at all prices.—M. Morgan & Co., "Chronicle" Omce. BAKING PANS, Cake Tins, Patty Pans, at G. R. Boundy's, 22 Frogmore-street, Aber- gavenny. TO BE SOLD by Private Treaty, Six Long Leased Houses ("009 years) three in Oxford- street and three in Prinory-road.—Apply to Mr. G. Morgan, 19 Priory-road. No reasonable oHer refused. ————————————— 4 ———————————————— w FOR SALE, Rum Cask, about 100 gals. used once for cider.—Watkins, Prospect, Llanthewy TURNOUT for Sale.—Fast Pony, 13.2 hands' 9 years, doing 100 miles every week on nsh rounds quiet, pass all tramc. Light Spring Cart and Harness. Suit farmer or market gardener.—J erry Madden, Tudor-street, Aber- gavenny. FOR CARTRIDGES—Kynoch's, Eley's, Schultze, or Curtis & Harvey's, try Bevan's, 10 Cross-street, Abergavenny. FOR CUTLERY of all descriptions, including Stainless Steel Knives, go to Bevan's, 10 Cross-street, A bergavenny. FOR ALUMINIUM Kitchen Utensils and Enamel Ware of every description, try Bevan's, 10 Cross-street. FOR BROOMS & BRUSHES, Polishes, and every description Carpet Sweepers, including the Sweeper Vac., go to Bevan's, 10 Cross- street, Abergavenny. ZIG ZAG HARROWS, Single and Double- furrow Ploughs, at G. R. BOUNDY'S, Aber- gavenny. CHAFF CUTTERS and Root Cutters in Stock at 22 Frogmore-street, Abergavenny. G. R. Boundy's. FOR SALE, Lady's Bicycle, £7 ics. On view.— Brookes, Bryn Usk, Monmouth-road. BASS, HAIR & FIBRE BROOMS at G. R. Boundy 's, 22 Abergavenny. THORLEY'S P!Q POWDERS, as simple remedies for ills in pigs are the best. Certain cure for Catarrh, Cramp, Constipation, Eczema, &c. TO FARMERS AND OTHERS Thorley's Food for Cattle is a condiment for Horses and all Stock. During ploughing or heavy work extra exertion is required from your horse. Give your horse a packet or teacupful in the night-manger food. !MPORTAMT TO POULTRY Keepers. OVUM, Thorley's Poultry Spice should be mixed with all Soft Food. Sold by Wm. Davis, 7 Cross Street, Abergavenny. Leather Attache Cases, different Morgan & Co., Chronicle Omce To Let. TO LET, Garden Ground at HoIIycroft," Mardy.—Apply Hodgens & Cunline, Solicitors, Abergavenny. TO LET, Furnished, nice Bedroom and Sitting- room bath (hot and cold).—For terms, apply to Box 20, Chronicle Omce, Abergavenny. Lost or Strayed. STRAYED to Blaengavenny, in September Welsh Ewe Lamb; pitched with W on both sides. Miscellaneous. CHR)STMAS MARKETS. rpHE GREAT MARKET before Christmas JL will be held at Abergavenny on TUESDAY, 23rd DECEMBER, 1919, when the usual Prizes will be given The Market will be opened at 6 a.m. Judging will commence at 7 p.m. Town Hall, AbergavennYa ?th December, Miscellaneous. tTHE TONIC WtTH t ———————— t A DOCTOR. S t————-—— ) GUARANTEE. ) !f you want to maintain or Regatn Perfect and Vigorous Heatth, Take FORT-REVIVER The Qre<K Non-AtcohoHc Tonic Stimulant. Free /ro7K Drugs. A leading West-End physician writes :— The physician hesitates to prescribe medicated wines because of the danger, especially to nervous parents. of the craving for dru?s wtth which certain Tonics are 'fortined.' It is a pleasure, therefore, to recommend a Tonic Liqueur like Fort-Revh.er, which is free from alcohol and contains no noxious medieament. There is nothing like FORT-REVIVER for giving a feeling of energy and exhilaration, and a glow of health. It is a most de- ticiously refreshing tonia and unrivalled for its recuperative ejects. Made from the juicet o< choice <ruit<, highly concentrated Obtainable Everywhere. 66 Lar?e ?bottle. 319 Smaller size bottle. Write to-day for  Illus- trated Bookie*, post free Including Buyroute map of Loudon. H. & C. Newman, 41/42 Upper Rathi- bone Place. W.t I IL I oii i i Luscioas, Fresh'and British- FOR PURE HOME BREWED ALES AND STOUT, WtNES AND SPIRITS -TRY- TEOMAS DELAFIELD, KtNGS ARMS, ABEMAVENNY. Re John Probert Deceased. A L,L Persons having Claims against the j? estate of the late Mr. John Probert, of Monnow Cottage, Oldcastle, near Abergavenny, deceased, are requested to send particulars thereof to us, the undersigned, forthwith, and all persons indebted to the estate are requested to pay the amounts of such debts to us. Dated this 3rd day of December, 1919. HODGENS & CUNUFFE, Abergavenny, Solicitors for the Executors. PIN YOUR FAITH to -NOSTROLLNE Nasa- pecific for Nasal Catarrh, Head Colds, In- fluenza, Sore Throat and all infectious dis- orders of the nostrils. Acts continuously day and night. Convenient, pleasant, safe, and effective. Of leading Chemists everywhere 1:3 (by post 1/5)- Sold byH. T. T. Robests, 56 Frogtuore-street, H. Shackleton, 9 Cross- street, R. M. Williams, 51 Cross-street, Aber- gavenny T. B. Dougall, Bethcar-street, A. Williams, Church-street, Ebbw Vale. BOROUGH OF ABERGAVENNY. CHRISTMAS DtNNER TO THE POOR. SUBSCRtPTtONS. rpHE CHRISTMAS DINNER FUND COM- JL MITTEE appeal to the public for Sub, scriptions in aid of the above object, and Gifts- either in kind or in money, will be gladly ac- cepted. Any donation may be handed to the ladies and gentlemen who have kindly under- taken to call upon the residents, or may be sent to the Mayor or Hon. Sees., at the Town Hall. J. G. BISHOP, MAYOR, Town Hall, Chairman. December 5th, 1919. APPUCATtONS. A LL APPLICANTS FOR DINNERS are A requested to give in their names between the hours of 3 and 5, during next Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, at the end of which period the list will be closed. ABERGAVENNY RURAL ms- TRICT HOUSING COMMITTEE. THE above Committee require the services JL of a properly Qualined ARCHITECT for the purposes of their Housing Scheme. The person appointed will be required to prepare the necessary lay-out plans, working drawings, specifications and quantities, for roads and sewers in connection therewith to prepare sketch designs, all necessary plans and specifications of the Houses to be erected, to prepare bills of quantities and generally to advise and carry out all matters arising under the scheme, including the supervision of the work. The fees payable will be in accordance with the scales prescribed by the Ministry of Health. Applications, stating experience, with copies of three recent testimonials, to be forwarded so as to reach the undersigned on or before Tuesday, morning, the 23rd day of December, 1919. ARTHUR J. WILLCOX, Acting Clerk to the Housing Committee Council Omces: Monk-street, Abergavenny, November 28th, 1919. ABERGAVENNY UNION. UNION ASSESSMENT COMMITTEE ACTS, 1862-1864. OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Assessment Committee of the Aberga- venny Union will, at their Meeting on Monday, the 5th day of January, 1920, at 11.30 o'clock in the forenoon, at the Union Omces, Monk Street, Abergavenny, hear objections to the Valuation -Lists, and to the Assessments therein. Notices of objection (forms of whieh may be obtained at my omce), specifying the grounds thereof, must be given to the Committee, by sending the same to me, and to the Overseers of the Parish or Parishes in which the property is situate, and, if the objection is made in respect of other hereditaments which may have been omitted, or for which another person is rated, to the person who is rated, or is liable to be rated. Objectors must produce their agreements and rent receipts. Dated this 5th December, 1919. JOHN EDWARDS, Clerk to the Assessment Committee. Union OBices: Monk Street, Abergavenny. CERISTADELPHIAN HALL, LION STREET. ABERGAVBNNY. BUNDAY NEXT, Dec. 14, 1919, At C e'cM (PteMe note tdter&tion of time). Subject: "The End of the WorM," (Scripturally Considered). CotOt AND HZAB AND JUDGZ FOB YOUMBM. StATa AM FtM, AND No OOLMCTMN. Miscellaneous. USEFUL GIFT SUGGESTIONS. FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN o 1, Perfumery, Pins, -Stides, Combs, Hair Brushes, Watking Sticks, Pipes, Pouches, Cigarette Cases, etc, ATTRACTIVE USEFUL INEXPENSIVE. R. J. HARRHY, 5 HIGH STREET. THE PROBLEM of the purchase OF SUITABLE XMAS GIFTS may be happily solved by a visit to our SHOWROOMS at 161-2-3 Commercial Street, NEWPORT. The value of such a gift is greatly enhanced if it be of USEFUL as well as ORNAMRNTAL character because it is a constant reminder of the giver. We have in our SHOWROOMS (over a third of a mile in length) hundreds of such articles and give below a few suggestions of the form such gifts may fittingly take Trays Flower Stands Cigarette Boxes Photo Frames Pictures Jewei Trays Baskets Carpet Sweepers Ash Trays Cushions Bronzes Floor Cushions Down Quilts Easy Chairs Mirrors Cpai Boxes Baby Chairs Fancy Tables Cabinets Stocks Brass Ware Rugs Vases Table Covers Tea Carriers Trinket Sets Baby Carriages We trust we may have the pleasure of seeing you in our SHOWROOMS. Your quest will undoubtedly be rewarded in the discovery of the "VHRY THING both in price and kind to fit the case. Of course you are aware of our unassailable position as makers of REIIABLE FURNITURE and will study your own interests by inspecting our stock before deciding to purchase, where every article is marked in plain figures. IE: o 4a Ltd.9 The HOUSE of FAME for FURNtTURE, 161-2-3 COMMERCIAL ST., NEWPORT, and at CARDIFF and BRISTOL. ]Lcloc)o THE KOMO — THE O'CEDAR Hearth Rugs & Mattings. G. R. BOUNDY, 22 FROGMORE ST., ABERGAVENNY ALLCOTT & WtLSON IRONMONGERY & CYCLE STORES, C ABERGAVENNY For Bargains and Xmas Preserfts during our CLEARANCE SALE OPPOSITE BANK HOUSE ARMY BOOTS NEW 1919 PATTERN 709 Pairs to select from in 4,5, & 6 Fitting, and 5 to 12 in Sizes. The only Store that suppliep the 3fd Mons. Regiment. HJ????TJCESM???E? ?-J?t)? E? ?S??Ct ? "'OH CT, JtL K? Aber?Bavenny Miscellaneous. COLISEUM ABER<5AVENNY Telephone 33. MANAGmQ DIRECTOR RICHARD DOONEB RBSIDBNT MANAGER W. H. WALLER. MONDAY, TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY: SPORTING UFE. The Greatest of All Drury Lane Succes-les, Story by Cecil Raleigh and Seymour ALL-STAR CAST. UP A TREE STon COMEDY. A SPECIAL EXTRA COMEDY DRAMA. PATHE GAZETTE (changed twice weekly), alSO WEEKLY PtCTORtAL will be added THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY: PAULINE FREDERtCK OUT OF THE SHADOWS. JAn Absorbing Drama. M!SF!T8 & MATRtMONY Two-reel C01J1ed1' HANDS UP Chapter 10. Featuring RUTH ROLAN?' A BEAUTIFUL PARAMOUNT PtCTURE Of tNTEREST. REVISED PRICES: Adulta, 5d., 9d. a-ad'?, Children admitted on Tuesday, Wednesday ?' Friday at ?-price (with parents) to 9d.<& l/-s?"' Children's Matinee on Saturdays. Admission ?' Doors open at 7. Commence 7.45. Sa.tnr<?. at 6.30 and 8.30 p.m. Matinee Tuesday ? Saturday at 2.30. SPECIAL NOTICEI H. G. GOULD, WEST END BAKERY, I BRECON ROAD. 'aft d (Prize Winner and Diplomist blaster Bakers Confectioners' Association of Great 13 and Ireland), Tr? EGS to state that, to comply with T??«'t f3 Union Conditions and Abolisll -g?t ? Work, he has OPENED A BRANCH at j 29 CROSS ST. S" SIrf lately carried on by A. DENSER & S014, ONLY EX-SERVICE MEN E:\IPLO):"SV. A TRIAL SOLICITED. ? W. H. WATKINS, NURSERYMAN & SEEDSMAN, "1' 99 NORTH ST., ABERGAVENNY.. 1.1STIMATES given free for the Lay?' r'j of Lawns, Gardens, etc. Also NURSERY-WORK in all its branclie" ..J ————— Fruit, Ftorat, and all kinds of Trees and sbrll"T supptied. Oriet.4i Prompt and Personal Attention to all ".f. MODERATE CHARGES, REMEMBER the man with rea 31,,Jolley I is master of the waf WE are prepared, WE are prepared, a .;thot1t notice and to preliminary fees LEND from C10 up? ct j)rl" ,,1.- nn ott: a,S°"" Hand only, on ?? able terms, and"?e MOHEY can be repaid by ?t instalments to Silit borrower's con??'???'eoC?' GEORGE PAYNE & SONS, Established 1870. 2, \VlI<SON'S CHAMBERS, COMMERCIAL STR?.. ?? HEREFORD- ? N.B.—Write for pamphlet of ?g' menials from satisned borrowers (INlrl-ter5 names being omitted), sent post free, sealed cover. ? ? ? 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