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FURNISHING at HOME. Much anxiety is saved to those contemplating Furnishing if they are able to calmly and deliberately select Furniture suited alike to their taste and means in the quiet of their own homes ere making a purchase, because it obviates the common mistake of furnishing the drawing-room at the expense of the bedroom, or, in other words, sacrificing the practical to the merely pretty, and avoiding hasty, ill- considered and unsuitable selections. TRAPNELL & GANE, the well-known House Furnishers of Newport, Cardiff, and Bristol, have now made such a safe, pleasant, and easy method possible since the publication of their New Catalogue, vhi-)i contains nearly 1,500 Iliu stranons, ana is the most com- J prehensive ever issued by any Firm either in London or the Provinces. HOUSE FURNISHERS. This Catalogue embraces Illustra- tions of Furniture suited for the MANSION, VILLA, or the COTTAGE home, and demonstrates at ouce the large and comprehensive character of TRAPNELL & GANE'S operations, and the very latest ideas in Furnishing. TEAPNELL & GANE, Complete Suites of Rooms in Various Styles are illustrated by Trapnell and Gane's own artists, showing not only the total cost but also the appearance of the different schemes suggested. Trapnell and Gane are happy in this way to lav their practical knowledge at the disposal of the public, enabling them to make a judicious selection from very large and comprehensive Stocks, and assuring their customers the greatest satisfaction and advantage. 0 HOUSE FURNISHERS. Although the cost of this work has amounted to hundreds of pounds TRAPNELL & GANE have decided to forward, Post Free, to any address a copy to all BONA FIDE applicants. Why not drop us a post card to-day ? and this beautiful Catalogue will REACH YOU TO MORROW. Trapell aid die, HOUSE FURNISHERS, 161 & 162, Commercial-si, NEWPORT AND AT CARDIFF & BRISTOL. FATAL CULLIKRY ACCIDENT.-A serious colliery accident occurred at the Marine Pit, Graig Vawr, belonging to the Ebbw Vale Company, at three o'clock on Monday morning, by which a repairer named James Rich was instantly killed, and a fireman, Reuben Williams, badly injured. It appears that deceased accompanied the fireman on his round. of the workings, and when in a heading a huge etone fell from the top, bringing with it a maY of loose rubbish and small stone. The bulk of it fell upon Rich, killing him on the spot, while a considerable quantity fell upon Williams who was badly bruised and cut. Deceased was a married man, and leaves a widow and one child. FREE INSTJit&NCE AGAINST ACCIDENTS. COUPON TICKET STSEIALLY GUARANTEED BY THB OOEAN ACCIDENT AND GUARANTEE CORPORATION, LIMITED, 40, 42 & 44, Moorgate Street, London, E.C. (to whom Notice of Claims, under the following conditions, must be sent within seven days to above addrem). will be paid by the above Corporation to the next-of-kin of aayoM who it killed by an accident to the sahwat tmjlmjr, i carrier's yam, TSAJf CAB, I CART, OXXIBVS, CARRWA aml Or JTAdGOX (within the United Kingdom or Channel Islands), in whioh the deceased was travelling, or who aimM have been fatally injured thereby (ahooid death result within three calendar months after such accident). Should such accident not prove fatal, bat pro- duce, within the same period of three months, permanent total disablement, ie., the Ion of two limbs (both arms or both legs, or one of each, by actual separation above the wrist or ankle)* the person injured shall be entitled to receive E509 or for the loss of one limb, unda Mm Aforesaid conditions, £25 will be paid. Provided that the person so killed or Injured had upon his or her person, or had left at home tjds Paper, in its entirety, with hit, or far, unml tifwattire, written, prior to the aoflWeat, oa the < provided below, whioh is the gaiva" lpf thh cm t .• act. •This Insurance holds good for the current week's issue only; is limited to one Coupon for each holder, and oarries the benefits of, and is. subject to the conditions of, the OoSAX Acmonra AND GUAsArnm OSBMBAHW, 1MM, Aot, imt Risks Kos. 2, 5, and 4 The Corporation admiMk** the porohase «f tfcis Paper is tfU payment of a pferaiam umdh* 6mitaa 84 of the Act. AsAway Servants en 4wty MMftli r ,1J1"7"-Z ADMINISTRATIVE COUNTY OF MONMOUTH. STATEMENT OF THE INCOME OF THE SPECIAL RESERVATION ACCOUNT OF THE COUNTY GOVERNING BODY UNDER THE WELSH INTER- MEDIATE EDUCATION ACT, 1889. YEAR ENDED 31ST MARCH, 1899. 1 RECEIPTS. 1898. £ d. Dec. I.-To Income Reservation Ac- count-one-fifth of this Account for Year ended 31st March, 1898 286 12 7 1899. Mar. 31.—To Income Reservation Ac- count-one-fifth of this Account for Year ended 31st March, 1899 358 8 5 1645 1 0 EXPENDITURE. 1899. & s. d. January.-By Amount divided as fol- lows, for Year ended 31st March, 1898 Tredegar County School Manageis, 13-79th pts. 47 3 4 Ebbw Vale do. 11-79th „ 39 18 3 Abertillery do. 13J-79th „ 48 19 7 Pontywaun do. llj-79th „ 41 14 6 Pontypool do. 14.79th „ 52 12 2 Abergavenny do. 9i.79th „ 34 9 4 Usk Scholarship Mana- gers 6.79th 21 15 5 March. 31.—By Balance •• 358 8 5 £ 645 1 0 We certify that the above Statement is correct, S. COURTHOPE BOSANQUET, (;OYERXORS. Dated this 16th June, 1899. J. D. THOMAS, ) GOVERNORS. ADMINISTRATIVE COUNTY OF MONMOUTH. STATEMENT OF THE INCOME OF THE KESERVATION ACCOUNT OF THE COUNTY GOVERNING BODY UNDER THE WELSH INTER- MEDIATE EDUCATION ACT, 1889. YEAR ENDED 31ST MARCH, 1899. RECEIPTS. £ s. d. To Balance, March 31st, 1898 4038 19 11 To Amount transferred from Income Account, being one-fourth of Balance of Income for Year ended 31st March, 1899 1792 2 1 F. 15831 2 0 -I j EXPENDITURE. £ s. d. By Pontywaun County School Mana- gers, being ll j seventy-third parts of one-fifth of Income to 31st March, 1897 (retained) 114 10 11 By Central Welsh Board—Contribution for one year ended 31st March, 1898 312 3 4 By Amount transferred to Special Reservation Account, being one-fifth of Net Income to 31st March, 1898.. 286 12 7 By Amount transferred to Special Reservation Account, being one-fifth of Net Income to 31st March, 1899.. 358 8 5 By County School Managers, 79-100ths of Estimated Balance of X6000 to 31ft March, 1899:- Abergavenny County School £ Managers, 9^-79ths 475 Abertillery do. 13j-79ths 675 Ebbw Vale do. II-79the 660 Pontypool do. 14-1-79thti 725 Tredegar do. 13-79ths 650 Usk do. 6-79ths •• 300 67t —— 3375 0 0 Pontywaun do. ll^-79ths* 675 0 0 79 By Balance March 31st, 1899 809 6 9 JE5831 2 0 Payable conditionally. We certify that the above Statement is correct, S. COURTHOPE BOSANQUET, \„ Dated this 16th June, 1899. J. D. THOMAS, J Governors. ADMINISTRATIVE COUNTY OF MONMOUTH. STATEMENT OF ACCOUNTS OF THE COUNTY GOVERNING BODY UNDER THE WELSH INTER- MEDIATE EDUCATION ACT, 1889, FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31ST MARCH, 1899. RECEIPTS. £ a. d. To Monmouthshire County Council, Moiety of Local Taxation (Customs and Excise) Duties, Balance of Grant for year ended 31st March, 1898 807 18 11 To Monmouthshire County Council, Moiety of Local Taxation (Customs and Excise) Duties, on Account of Grant for year ending 31st March, 1899 1764 0 0 To Monmouthshire County Council for Halfpenny Hate:- t a. d. Abergavenny Union.. 257 19 9 Bedwellty it 626 2 11 Chepstow u' 134 17 0 Crickhowell 15 18 0 Dore „ •• 11 0 6 Monmouth 115 2 5 Newport 475 19 8 Pontypool 321 0 3 ————— 1858 0 6 To Monmouthshire County Council, Deficiency in Rate through Reduced 0 Valuation 191 4 3 To Her Majesty's Treasury, Grant 1934 1 1 To Drapers' Company— Howell's Trust — Year ending Deer. 31st, 1897 559 18 6 To Lloyds' Bank for one year's Interest 113 14 3 To Charity Commissioners, three-quarter.year's Divi- dends, Repairs and Im- provement Fund 6 17 6 Three-quarter-year's Divi- dends on Miss H. B. Davies' Charity.. 61 0 0 1 67 17 6 To Charity Commissioners, quarter- year's Dividend on ditto • 22 12 6 £ 7319 7 6 EXPENDITUBE. £ s. d. By Usk Grammar School Foundation, three-quarters Dividends received from Charity Commissioners. 67 17 6 By Establishment Charges, Printing, Stationery, Travelling Expenses, and Miscellaneous Payments 60 9 3 13y Transfer to Reservation. Account, being one-fourth of Income, less Establishment Charges 1792 2 1 By Transfer to Credit of- £ a. d. Abergavenny School Mana- gers, 9J per cent of Income 510 15 0 Abertillery do., 13t do. 725 16 0 Ebbw Vale do., 11 do. 591 7 11 Pontypool do., 141 do. 779 11 4 Pontywaun do., ll do. 618 5 6 Tredegar do., 13 do. 698 18 5 Chepstow Scholarship Man- agers, 4i do 241 18 8 Magor and St. Mellons do., 6 do 322 11 7 Monmouth do., ói do. 295 13 11 Rhymney do., 5 do. 268 16 3 Usk do., 6 do. 322 11 7 5376 6 2 Making a total of 100 per eent. By Balance 31st March, 1899 22 12 6 £ 7319 7 6 A We certify that the above Statement is correct, S. COURTHOPE BOSANQUET, V „ Dated this 16th June, 1899. J. D. THOMAS, Governors. The above Accounts may be inspected at the Clerk's Office, Pentonville, between the hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. H. STAFFORD GUSTARD, Clerk to the Governors, If you want a good Mount, go to S AVERY'S, C..A.- s rr 1-4 mi USK, P. A Pi, x- I D -u- FOR A TRIUMPH, RUDGE-WHITWORTH, SWIFT, ARIEL, & CLEVELAND. Sales by Auction. j By Messrs. MARFELL & POOLE. Mamhilad and Llangibby, MONMOUTHSHIRE. FREEHOLD PROPERTIES FOR SALE. LYR ESSRS. MARFELL & POOLE will offer for J3JL SALE BY AUCTION, at the CROWN HOTEL, PONTYPOOL, on MONDAY, the 17th day of JULY, 1899, At 3 o'clock in the Afternoon (subject to the con- ditions of Sale of the Monmouthshire Incorporated Law Society and such Special Conditions as are printed and annexed to the particulars of Sale), the following Valuable Proper lies LOT I.-Ail that desirable FREEHOLD FARM, situate in the Parish of MAMHILAD, known as" THE LOWER HOUSE," now in the occupation of the Representative of the late Owner, Mr. John Arthur Morgan, deceased, and containing, according to the Ordnance Survey, 20 Acres, 3 Roods, 29 Perches (more or less). LOT 2.—All those 3 PIECE3 of PASTURE LAND, with the old Barn and Cottage standing thereon, known as the UPPER L ANDS," situate in the same Parish, and near the last lot, partly in the same occupation and partly of Mr. John Matthews, and containing, according to the Ord- nance Survey, 6 Acres, 3 Roods, and 34 Perches (more or less). LOT 3.—All those THREE PIECES of ARA- BLE, ON E of PASTURE, and ONE of WOOD LAND, with the Barn standing th(3reon, situate near COED-Y-PAEN CHURCH, in the Parish of LLAN- GIBBY, now in the occupation of Mr. Thomas Arthur, at an annual rent of X16, the Tenant paying half the tithe rent charge, and containing, according to the Ordnance Survey, 14 Acres, 2 Roods, 26 Perches. Lots 1 and 2 are close to Mamhilad Parish Church and the Main Road, within 3 miles of Pontypool, and about I of the Little Mill Sta- tion of the G.W.R. Co., and are well watered. These Lots will be first offered together, and if not then sold, separately. Lot 3 is also close to a good road, about 3 miles from Usk, and within easy distance of Pontypool and Newport. To view, apply to the respective occupiers, and for further particulars and plans with conditions of sale, which are in course of preparation, to the Auc- TIONEER*, Trostrey Court, Usk, or to WATKINS & Co., Solicitors, Pontypool. APPOimRSTS, &c., FOE Ending July 8th 1899. July. Sat. 8—Pontypool Petty Sessions, 11 a.m. Cricket-Usk v. Mr. H. Browne's XI (Tredegar), at Usk. Sun. 9—Sixth Sunday after Trinity. Tues. 10-Abergavenny Market. Wed. 11—Newport Cattle, Cheese, & Corn Mkts Abergavenny Petty Sessions, 11 a.m. Thur. 12-Caerleon Petty Sessions. 11 a.m. Bazaar at Brynderwen- (See advt.) Sat. 13—Pontypool Petty Sessions, 11 a.m. St. Swithin's Day. Cricket.—Usk v. Cardiff at Cardiff.

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