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GrANE, LATE TRAPNELL & GANE, JEX. O "U S E IF* TT R. 3^3" X S H 3E3 R. S NEWPORT, FOR FURNITURE IN THREE GRADES I THUS- PLAIN, DURABLE, MOST INEXPENSIVE GOODS FOR THE COTTAGE. Exhibited in the basement of the immense Showrooms at 161 & 162, Commercial Street, Newport—beautifully lit by electric light, and so arranged that purchasers may most easily judge of the quality and style of every article. The great advantages offered to pur- chasers desiring to secure the best result for a moderate outlay are 1st—The guarantee of an unblemished reputation extending to close upon a cen- tury's trading. 2nd-The saving in cost due to dealing with large manufacturers doing an exclu- zn sively cash business and marking every- thing in PLAIN FIGURES. 0 3rd—The effect obtained by the pur- chase of Furniture the product of the Artistic instinct and training for which the firm has ever been famous. Catalogues Illustrating Furniture for the 0 1 AETIZAS sent free to any address. Free delivery to all parts. A XI T? /LATE TRAPNELIA VJC-A-IA XI AJJJD GANE /? FOR COTTAGE FURNITURE. ARTISTIC, YET INEXPENSIVE MIDDLE-CLASS FURNITURE Displayed on Ground Floor, 1st Floor and Galleries. For this particular branch of the Furnishing Art, P. E. Gane, late TRAPNELL & GANE, excel, having been identified with and responsible for much of the advance made of late years in the application of true principles of Art, in the manufacture of Inexpensive Furniture. It is remarkable for what a moderate amount a house may be furnished with reliable goods, betraying that fitness of colour and form so gratifying to the refined taste, No firm is better able to show how happily Economy and Beauty may be combined in the Furnishing of the house. 0 As a preliminary to a visit to the Show- rooms, P. E. Gane invites intending pur- chasers to send for the Beautifully Illus- trated Guide to Furnishing, which is sent Gratis and Post Free to any address. A XT P /LATE TRAPNELLA U"AJN O ( AND GANE FOR j ARTISTIC, INEXPENSIVE MIDDLE-CLASS FURNITURE. BEAUTIFUL FURNITURE OF THE HIGHEST CLASS. Furniture of a type suited for the equipment of the Mansion and large Residences is shown on the 2nd and 3rd Floors of P. E Gane's immense Furniture Showrooms at 161 & 162, Commercial Street, Newport. Completely fitted specimen rooms enable Customers to accurately judge of the final effect of different schemes of Furnishing. The very large operations of this depart- ment at the Newport, Bristol, and Cardiff branches afford an unqualified assurance that purchasers may benefit by the results of ex- tensive training in the latest and best phases of the Furnisher's Art. There is a great difference between the mere buyer and distributor of Furniture and the Firm with a reputation for the design and manufacture of Artistic House plenish- ings. The firm of P. E. Gane, late Trapnell and Gane, has stood in the front rank as designers and makers of Furniture for over three quarters of a century. A 1VF F LATE TRAPNELL UIILL LI AND GANE )Y FOR BEAUTIFUL MANSION FURNISHINGS. ADDRESSES 161 and 162, Commercial Street, NEWPORT. 38-41, Queen Street CARDIFF. 38, 39, 40, College Green BRISTOL. Public Notice. TO OUR READERS. By special arrangement we shall each Friday receive Special War Telegrams up to the time of going to Press, Sale by Auction. By Messrs. JAMES STRAKER & SON. MONMOUTHSHIRE. Llangovan and Raglan. VALUABLE FREEHOLD FARM FOR SALE. MESSRS. JAMES STRAKER & SON WIN OFFER for SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION at the THREB SALMON'S HOTEL, USE, ON AN EARLY DATE, At Three for Four o'clock in the Afternoon, subject to Conditions of Sale to be then produced, all that Freehold Farm, called "LITTLE LLANGOVAN," situate in the Parishes of LLANGOVAN and RAGLAN, in the County of Monmouth, in the occupation of Mr. DAYID JONES, containing an acreage of 122a. Or. 2p., of Arable, Meadow, and Pasture Land. The farm is surrounded by land of His Grace the Duke of Beaufort: S. R. Bosanquet, Esq.; C. C. Tyler, Esq.; and Mr. Williams. For further particulars apply to the AUCTIONEERS, at Abergavenny, or to Mr. T. GWYNNE POWELL, Solicitor, Brynmawr. Sale by Tentler. To Farmers, Graziers & Others. Growing Crops on Bryncaln Farm, Penpergwm, nr. Abergavenny. Z5 FOR SALE BY TENDER, the growing Crops z, (Grass, Clover, &c.), on the following tields of the above Farm No. on Tithe Map. A. R. P. 338 5 1 28 Grass. 339 4 1 15 340 5 0 16 Orchard 341 4 0 37 342 5 1 37 „ 344 Ii 2 2fi 345 6 0 13 Tenders endorsed "Grass Crops" will be j received and opened by me, the undersigned, up to 12 o'clock on MONDAY, 16th JULY, 1900. Buyer to harvest and remove the crop by the 25th July, 1900. The highest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. CHARLES E. PARSONS, Auctioneer, Central Chambers, Newport, MOD. 26th June, 1900. Sunday Closing (Monmouthshire) n Bill. The Loudon correspondent of the Western Mail says that Mr. Tudor Howell has given notice of a number of amendments to this Bill. His amendments show that he intends to divide the House on every line and on almost every word. He will move for the insertion of the names of different parishes and for the exclusion of special towns, and will also endeavour to render the Act inoperative by urging that licensed premises be open for certain hours during the Sabbath. i APPOINTMENTS, &c., FOR WEEK Ending July 6th, 1900. ZD Sat. 30—Pontypool Petty Sessions, 11 B m. Sun. I-Third Sunday after Trinity. Hon. 2—Usk Cattle Market. Tues. 3—Abergavenny Market. Wed. 4—Newport Cattle, Cheese, & Corn Mkts Abergavenny Petty Sessions. Thur. 5 -Usk Petty Sessions. Usk Volunteer Fete. Usk Urban District Council Meeting 7.30 p.m. Monmouthshire Summer Assizes. Fri. 6.—Monmouthshire Quarter Sessions. Pontypool Rural District Council, 6.45 p.m. Sat 7—Pontypool Petty Sessions, 11 a.m.

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