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WR have just completed another addition to our NBWPRT FURNISHING sinus, Bringing their total length up to nearly A QUARTER OF A. MILE A vast avenue displaying an unrivalled collection of FURNITURE n in Three Grades, viz.— PLAIN, SUBSTANTIAL, VERY INEXPENSIVE FURNISHINGS FOR THE COTTAGE, ARTISTIO FURNITURE of moderate Price for the YILLA, Productions of the Highest Character for the MANSION. P. E. GANE'S (Late Trapnell & Gane's) establishments at Newport, Cardiff, and Bristol, now form one of the LARGEST PRIVATE CONCERNS IN THE COUNTRY, with operations extend- ing to all parts of the kingdom. Beautifully Illustrated Catalogues for either of the sections named above FREE ON APPLICATION. All Goods Delivered Free. Gang, ( Late Trapnell & Gana) HOUBB FURNISHER, 161 and 162, COMMERCIAL STREET, NEWPORT. Sales by Auction. JOHN H. EENNIE, BY EXAM. For many years with Mr. Thomas Parry) AGRICULTURAL and GENERAL AUCTIONEER, VALUER, LAND AND ESTATE AGENT, &c., 6, SKINNKR-STREET, NEWPORT. Newport Cattle Market Every Wednesday. Sale Fixtures. Nov. 2S.—Fat and Store Stock, Newport Market. 30.-Househ( ld Furniture, 6, Skinner Street, Newport. Dec. 5.—1st Christmas Fat Stock Market. 5.-Horses, &c., Clarence Place Reposi- tory, Newport. 12.-2ud Chistmas Fat Stock Market. By MESSRS. MARFELL & I,OOLE. New llouse Farm, Llansoy. SALE OF Household Furniture, DAIRY UTENSILS, FARMING IMPLEMENTS, AND EFFECTS, the Property of MRS. ALICE FROST, who has instructed MESSRS. MARFELL AND POOLE to SELL BY AUCTION, upon the premises as above, on WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28TH, 1900. INCLUDING- Large churn by Hathaway, small ditto by Neale, large and small cream pans, 7 milk tins, cream strainer, butter tub, salting stone with bench, oak chest, large meat safe, oak dining table, leather- covered settle, 5 dining chairs in leather, easy chair and 6 rail-back chairs, arm ditto, Pembroke table, 8-day clock, bookshelves, fenders, fireirons, iron qlnd wood bedsteads, feather bolsters, pillows, enamelled and painted dressing tables, washstands and ware, large and small toilet classes, box ottoman, 3 cane- seated chairs, pole and rings, sundries, &c. IMPLEMENTS comprise wagon, horse rake, cake crusher (Taunton), hay maker, sack cart, hau I rake, 900 gallons of casks, 110 gallons of cider, long harness (nearly new), ditto, ditto, short harness, bushel measure, pikes, rakes, and sundry tools. Sale at 2 o'clock. AUCTIONEERS' Office, Trostrey Court, Usk. SECOND ANNUAL SALE. Pentwyn Farm, Goytre, Close to Nantyderry Station. MESSRS. MARFELL AND POOLE ARE favoured with instructions from MR- HENRY KNIPE, to SELL BY AUCTION, on the premises as above, on THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29TH, 1900, MHead of Well-bred HEREFORD AND SHORTHORN CATTLE, viz.:—2 dairy cows with calves, 1 ditto in calf, 2 fresh barrens, 3 two-year-old Hereford bullocks, 8 two-year-old Hereford heifers, 2 yearling steers, 6 strong Here- ford calves. 60 YOUNG RADNOR EWES, 3 RAMS; 1A CART HORSES AND COLTS, including llf grey cart horse, 6 years old, 16.2, suitable for town work, black cart horse, 6 years, 16 bands; cart mare, 6 years, 14.2 cart mare, 5 years, '4.1 cart gelding. 4 years ditto, 3 years cart colt, 2 years; cart filly, 2 years; ditto ditto, yearlng, cart colt. 10 Strong Store Pigs, 1 Sow. I 60 Head of Poultry. 30 Tons Swedes, 10 Tens Mangolds in Suitable Lots, to go off. Luncheon at 11.30. Sale at 12.30 Sharp. Auctioneers' Offices: Trostrey Court, Usk. I For the Pipe THREE NUNS TOBACCO. NONE NICER—loz., 2oz., 4oz. Sold Everywhere* J. and F. BELL, Ltd. GLASGOW- "=' ..r' Cyclists, tight IJp. Saturday, November 24th. 4.59 Sunday, f, 25th 4.58 Monday, „ 26th. 4.57 Tuesday, 27th 4.56 -Wednesday, 28th. 4.55 Thursday, 29th. 4.54 Triday, 30th. 4.53 .Saturday, December 1st. 4 53 [Being One hour after Sunset.] I By Mr. THOMAS PARRY. MONMOUTHSHIRE. f Parishes of Llangeview and 1. Gwernesney IMPORTANT SALE OF FREEHOLD FARMS AND LANDS. MR. THOMAS PARRY has received instructions from the Executors of the late E. J. PHILLIPS, Esq., J.P., D.L., to conduct a SALE BY AUCTION, at the WESTGATE HOTEL, NEWPORT, on WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5TH, 1900 at 3 o'clock in the Afternoon (subject to the Common Form Conditions of the Monmouthshire Incorporated Law Society, and to such other Conditions as may be then and there produced) the following valuable Freehold Properties; viz: LOT 1.—All that compact and Valuable FREEHOLD ESTATE, known as "SLOUGH FARM," situate in the Parishes of Gwernesney and Llangeview, and distant about 2 miles from the town of Usk, containing in the whole 117 Acres, 2 Roods, 30 Perches, or thereabouts, of rich Arable Meadow, and Pasture Lands, Garden and Orcharding, with suitable Farm House and Buildings, in the occupation of Mr. JOSEPH WILLIAMS, as yearly tenant. LOT 2.-All that very desirable FREEHOLD LANDED PROPERTY, known as "CHURCH FARM," situate in the Parish of Gwernesney, and distant about 2 miles from the town of Usk with Farm House, Outbuildings, Yards and Garden, and about 98 Acres of very useful Arable, Meadow, and Pasture Land, and Orcharding, the whole being now and for many years past in the occupation of Mr. J. T. E. Jenkins, as yearly tenant. This Lot offers an admirable site for the erection of a residence. LOT 3—All that FREEHOLD COTTAGE, with Outbuildings, Garden and Orcharding, situate in the Parish of Gwernesney aforesaid, and now in the occupation of George Dobbins. LOT 4.—All that FREEHOLD COTTAGE and Garden, known as CHURCH COTTAGE," situate in the Parish of Gwernesney, aforesaid. Full Particulars with Plans are in course of preparation, and may be obtained, with Cards to View, on and after November 21st, an application to the AUCTIONEER, Albany Chambers, Newport; or to MESSRS. DAVIS, LLOYDS. & WILSON. Solicitors, Newport. Auction and Estate Offices, Newport, November 7th, 1900 By MESSRS. STRAKER & SON. Monmouthsbire. Parishes of Abergavenny, & Llan- gattock-juxta-Usk. VALUABLE FREEHOLD FARM FOR SALE. MESSRS. STRAKER & SON will SELL BY i" AUCTION, at the ANGEL HOTEL, ABERGA- VENNY, On TUESDAY, the 11th DECEMBER, 1900, At Two for Three o'clock in the Afternoon, subject to Conditions of Sale to be then produced, and in the following or such other Lots as shall be determined at the time of Sale. LOT I.-All that Valuable Freehold Farm, Situate in the Hamlet of Hardwick, in the Parish of Abergavenny, and in the Parish of Llangattock- juxta-Usk, both in the County of Monmouth, within three miles of the excellent Market Town of Abergavenny, and known as "THE VEDW," otherwise" Fedwisaf," now and for several years past in the occupation of Mr. William Sheen, as yearly tenant (with Lot 2) at the annual rent of X45. This Lot comprises an area of about 40 Acres. 3 Roods, 3 Perches, of capital Meadow, Pasture, and Arable Land (only 6a. Or. 15p. being Arable) with Farm House, Pig- gery. Fowl House, Barn and Cow House, Stable and Chaff House, and is bounded by the Estates of Sir William Thomas Lewis, Bart., John Owen Marsh, Esq., Jenkins, Esq., and Pritchard. LOT 2.—All that PIECE or PARCEL of MEADOW LAND (part of No. 896 on the Ord- nance Survey Map), situate on the side of the Main Road from Abergavenny to Monmouth, in the said Hamlet of Hardwick, and lying between Ty-Pwll and Llangattock Lodge, the properties of John Owen Marsh, Esq., and the representatives of the late Mr. John Richards respectively. This Lot I contains an area of about 2 Acres, 2 Roods, 39 Perches, I and is an admirable site for the erection of a Villa Residence, it being on the side of the Main Road, within half-a-mile of Penpergwm Station (G.W.R.), and only two miles from Abergavenny. A Plan of the Property and a copy of the agree- 5 ment for tenancy may be seen at the Auctioneers' Offices, Market Street Chambers, Abergavenny, from whom further particulars may be obtained as also from Messrs. GABB and WALPORD, Solicitors, Abergavenny; or W. H. BELCHER, ESQ., Solicitor, Newbury. Usk Shire Horse Company Colt Show, 1900 THE COMMITTEE of the above beg to tender i their best THANKS for the following SUB- SCRIPTIONS to their Funds:- £ a. d. L s. d. Per Dr Boulton [Llangibby Hunt] Half to go to the Usk Farmers' Club Mr P. D. Phillips. 0 10 6 Mr W. Pegler I1 0 MrJ Young. 0 10 6 Mr H. Duckham 010 0 Mr W. T. Ford 0 10 0 Mr E. Phillips 0 10 6 Mr R. qearle 11 0 Mr D. A. Thomas, M.P.110 Mr F Da vies ..220 Mr C Crawshay .100 Mr F. Phillips 0 10 6 Mr—Scard 0 10 0 Mr R. Mann 0 10 6 MrJ. W. Bevnon .100 11 7 6 Half. 5 13 9 Per Mr. Nabor Crump Messrs Foster Brothers, Gloucester 0 10 6 Mr John Robinson, Bristol 0 10 0 iNIr Tom Crii in T), Monkswood 0 5 0 Mr Thomas Morgan, Estavarney.. 0 2 6 Mr Nabor Crump ,.050 Mr Trotman. Pantycuckoo 0 5 0 Mr Parker. The Court, Pontypool 0 5 0 2 3 0 Per Mr William Matthews Mr Charles Nicholson, Llwyncelyn 0 10 0 iMr Phillips, Llansoar 0 10 0 Mr J. A. Gaskell, Court Blethin.. 0 10 0 The Newport and South Wales Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd. 0 5 0 Mr Walter Williams, Wine Mer. chant, Newport .050 Mr W. D Jenkins, Caerleon 0 10 0 Mr J. C. Li-wellen. Newport 0 10 0 Mr G. B. Nicholl, Newport 0 10 0 Mr Arthur. Cefn Llech. 0 5 0 Mr W. B, Piillen, Ton, Tredunnock 0 5 0 Mr James Bevat), Llandowlais 0 2 6 Mr Wm Matthews, Twyn, Llan- aibby .050 Mr H. Davies, Shaftesbury Hotel, Newport .050 Messrs Smith Bros., Corn Mer- chants. Newport .026 Mr T. Evans, Tredunnock ..026 4 17 6 Per Mr William Marfell Messrs Marfell & Poole (prizes) 1 10 0 Mr R. H. Marfell, Llancayo 0 5 0 Mr A. H. Watkins, solicitor, Usk 0 5 O Dr Boulton 10 0 3 0 0 Per Mr Joseph Williams I Mr J. Williams, Court-y.brychan 6 § 0 Mr John Jame, Pertbcretig 0 6 Mr Robert Hall, Cwmffrwdd 0 2: 6 Mr Henry Knipe, Sunnybank, Griffithstown .026 Mr William Knipe, Cwm Farm, PontypooI 0 2 6 Mr H. F. Edwards, Globe Hotel, Pontypool.. 02 0 Mr John Frost, The Bush, Llansoy 0 2 6 Mr Arthur Williams, The Mardy, Llanisben 02 6 Mr Charles Edwards, Llanfoist 0 2 6 146 Per Mr C. J. Francis: Mr Albert Lewis .050 Mr Thomas Whitehall 05 0 Mr S. Griffin, Coedypaen 05 9 Mr C. J. Francis, Llangeview 0 5 0 ————— 100 Per Mr George Edmunds M r C. Voyce Usk .100 Mr Joseph Davies, Usk. 0 5 0 Messrs. W. and F. Hobbs, Usk 0 5 0 Mr A J. Green, Usk 0 5 0 Mr John Hennessey, Usk 0 2 6 Dr Jenkins, Usk .050 Mr E B Haynes, Usk .026 Mr T. Rees, Prioress Mill 0 2 6 Mr J. H. Taylor, Caerleon 0 2 6 Mr G. Slade, ardy .026 Mr W. B. Gething, Llanbaddock.. 0 5 0 Mr Charles Morgan, Llantrissent.. 0 5 0 Me William James, Llansoy 0 2 6 Mr R. Parker, Rhadyr 0 2 6 MrJ. S. Birrell, Henrkiw 0 5 0 Alr Jolin Haggett, Usk 0 2 6 Mr E. W. Waters, Usk 05 0 Mr W H. Watkins, Christchurch 0 2 6 Mr H. Hunt, Tredunnock 0 2 6 Mr J. J. Edwards, Usk .026 Major Llewellin, Pontypool 0 2 6 Rev G. M. Williams, Llanllowell 0 5 0 Mr S. A. Hiley, Usk .050 Mr William Bunning, Usk 0 5 0 Mr P. Ault, Usk 02 6 Mr J. H. Salter, Usk .026 Mr Walter Sweet, Usk .026 Mr Leslie Lucas, Usk .026 Mr George Edmunds, Usk ..050 Mr Peter Marrell, Clytha ..026 Mr Thomas Leech, Raglan 06 0 Messrs Townsend and Son, Raglan 0 10 0 Mr R. W. Spencer, Graigolway 0 5 0 Messrs Probert Bros., Cwm 05 0 Mr Jaoies, Llancayo .0 5 0 Mr Joseph Harris, New Inn, Pontypool 0 5 0 Mr H. A. Williams, Penarth, Llan-< gibby 05 0 Mr Stead. Llanbaddock.026 Mr R. Rickards, TLe Priory ..050 ————— 8 10 0 Per Mr George Mundy Self .050 Mr H. Addams-Williams, Llwyn- Celyn .050 Mr Edward Williams, Llanusk 0 5 0 Mr H. A. Addis, Usk .050 Mr E. Waddington, Beech Hill ..050 15 0 Per Mr William Lewis Mr Albert A. Williams, Penypark 2 0 0 Rev H. A. Williams, Llangibby ..026 Mr C. James, Llangibby 05 0 Mr F. Price, Llangibby.0 5 0 Mr William Richards, Llangibby 0 10 0 Mr E. S. Williams, Llangibby ..050 Dr F. Rutherfoord Harris, M.P., Llangibby Castle .5 0 0 Messrs Lewis and Son 0 10 0 Mr John H. Rennie 010 6 Mr W. Lewis .050 ———— 9 13 0

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