l. è'£'f5 The County Observer Forty-sixth Year of PubHcation. -0- -L- Scale for Ativertisenmts. PER INSERTION. OSda.1 Announcements.? Single Column. Parliamentary Addresses.. (? Lega,! Notices t 6d. per line. Prospeccuses of Companies Election Addresses Property and Stock Sales AncUnn Rales t Municipal and other bodies ) Ordinary Notices. t 3s. per inch in depih. Bal?"ce Sheets. Statements of Accounts. Houses Wanted < Bouses to Let .J Entertainments ) Agricultural Shows.) Subscription Lists. >- Is. 6d. per inch. Wedding Presents I J SEALL PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. ') Serv-ants Wanted. !2 words 18 words 24 words SItuatIOns Apartments Wanted Apartments to Let ¡ 6d. 9d. Is. Money te Lend 1 Articles Lost. Articles Found. Articles for Sale ) Three weeks for double above charges. Must be paid for when the order is iven, or double the above scale charges will be made. Remittances received in Postage Stamps. Printing orevet-y Description AUCTIONEEES' Particulars. Posters, & Catalogues. SoMlCTOBS' Prospectuses, Lithographic Maps, & Plan- TBADEBMBN's Cards, Dill Heads, & Note Headings. All communications to J. H. CLARK, OoCNTY OBSERVER QRice, USK, Monmouthshire. TYTANTED, SIX WOMEN, to pluck Poultry.— W Apply, Mrs J. H. E-KiGHT, Chepstuw-road. iTtTANTED. GENERAL SERVANT:" two in ?V family.—Mrs JoNES.Llantnssent Vicarage, near Usk. '?TTANTED, good GENERAL SERVANT.— W App!y, with reference, Mrs. PERCY AuLT, Uak. f)EQUIRED. 20th December, frood PLAIN JA' COOK. Wages .ei 8.—Apply, with reference, at MAE8DERWEN, Fontypool. CHRISTMAS CARDS for FOREIGN POST- C AGE; ALL NEW.—E. K. JoNzs, Stationer, UBJr. 'TT7ASTE PAPER FOR SALE, good and clean ?? 8s. per cwt.—Apply ht the "CouNTTr OBBERYER Office, Usk. tJsK Mab!!at!on of the Mmrose LeagMe. ft?HE SECRETARY be?s moat hoarti!y to JL THANK all those who took part in the arrangements for the recent Dance and Demon- stration in the Town Hall—the Speakerf, Wardens, Decoratorf. Stewards, Door-keepera, the Caterer aud the Band. All worked &aaiduoualy for the euccess of the event. County courts in Circuit 24. COURTS will be held at the several Coort-towns ?y on this Circuit, before His Honour JuDGE OWEN, the Judge thereof, on the days and at the .1 time hereuoder mentioned:— Time, a.m. Nov. Dec. Jan. Chepstow 10 6 S 7 Barry 10 6 4 8 Cardiff 10 7 6 9 „ 10 S 6 10 „ 10 9 ? 11 „ J<) to s l Abergavenny If) 10 Blaenavon 10 )2 — 14 Trede:;ar 9.30 13 ]I 15 Pontypoo! 10 14 12 16 Newport lf).3e 15 13 17 11 16 14 18 Monmouth 10 20 18 22 Ross 9.30 — I Crickbowell H 15 Tjgk 11.30 17 ESTABLISHED t85t. as I f Bit RKBEEK BANK SonthMnpton Btdngs., Chancery Lane, London, W.C. CURRENT ACCOUNTS ?? 0 ? on tha minimum montNy ba.lMice3, ?? OF ??? when mot d?wnbdoW.eiOO. ?/o DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS ?? n ?? y omDeposits.repty&bl.on demand. ?? ?<M2/0 AetA?O STOCKS AND SHARES Ctccta and ShMea purchased and sold for cuatomem. The BIBKBHOK ALMANAOK, with tm! pMMealM% voofrm FRANCIS RAVENSCROPT, manger 2wphone No. 6 Holborn. 1 7degraphio Addreu: "BtRXBRCK, LONDON." CURE FOR ¡, JT CBIMKEFS Get a hatchet, chop up all the ricketty furniture you have had trom inexperienced House Furnishers, who know about as much oithebusmess as the business knows of them, pile the broken rubbish in the grate, and set the same on Rre. This will rid you of the sight and annoyance of worthless goods, and coax the most obstinate chimney into a proper performance of its duty. Should the process set the chimney on nre, it will re- move the accumulation of soot, leave the chimney quite clean and show you conclusively that It should have been swept. lou will then re-furnish with goods supplied by B, E VAN A PAMY (LIMITED), J And known throughout Wales as In THE CARDIFF FURNISHERS" Whose experience of balf-a-century and whose position as the Largest furnishers in the Principality are sufficient guarantees that none but thoroughly reliable goods will be supplied. I-IA VE YOU SEEN- In their windows the following wonderfully cheap lot? I Leather Cloth Suite, consisting of couch, two easy chairs, and six small chairs. 1 neveUed-plate Overmantel, in walnut frame. „ 1 nve-pillar Walnut Inland Loo Table, 1 handsome Bordered Tapestry (Jarpet. 1 ditto Hearth Rug to match. 3 Brass Rod Fender; 1 Set Fire Brasses, and 1 pair Lace Curtains. THE WHOLJlJ LOT ONLY ?'9 17 6 ???? BEVA Ns COMPA NY IMMENSE SELECTION! MARVELLOUS PRICES! FREE DELIVERY! GImnce Street and Hanbury Road, PONTIPML ALSO AT SWANSEA, NEWPORT, & CARDIFF. CLOTHING A BiGr STOCK OF NEW GOODS FOR THE SEASON AT SIMPSON'S, PONTYPOOL. Inspection Invited. u ?. 'WTP ?? NAM ANk ?? ? ??B u ?. 'WTP ?? '?' ?? ?? *?'?? ?? *WT? ? ??B '? ????? BBS mi? SS ?S?L? '??? j??a is &3B 'S? ,?s?? B??N ?? ?!o? B&N ??? WW M?"?a ctBm )N<?' GIRT]uBRT Cures Lumbago, 'Sciatica, Sprains, Rheumatism, Stiff Joints ?? and Contracted Musctes. THERE IS MAGIC IN ITS TOUCH ? When applied to Poisoned Wounds, Sores, Bad Legs, Piles, Fistulas, and all Ailments of an Innammatory nature. /?????S\ ??? SKIN DISEASES IN ALL FORMS /???????a? ? CANNOT BE EQUALLED. Maoafactured o?y at 78, New Oxford Street, London sold by &1I Chemists and Medicine Vendors.. FRUIT FRUIT FRUIT CURRANTS—Quality offered is excellent and prices moderate. RAISINS—Fine to very finest procurable in StocR. SULTANAS Prices are high for really Good Fruit. ;;( PROVISIONS. PROVtStONS. PROV!S!ONS. BACON AND HAMS A SPECIALITY. TOUR ATTENTION INVITED. 'i ..) ?" — —— I' VVJ:rJ'ES, A.N"D iWORTHINGTON'S ALE in Bottle at Is. 9cL per dozen; Half-pints ? in fine condition. SPIRITS—Gallons and half-gaUons supplied to the trade prices low. Executors or the LaLt<e 30CIANTEL3rCl Jones, CENTRAL SUPPLY STORES, USK. I -=- .<ow. TJ}t! "M! Oitmsr" NwsDaDBr aat! MM' CoM? LM jLlljm.JLJLt? ?JUiiisJM.i> JLiLUt PUBLISHING OFFICES BRIDGE STREET, USE ,-II r&ijf (l;nu.nly '&fVlt1 has been established 45 years, and from the advantageous position of the Publishing OSices— IN THE CENTRE OF THE COUNTY OF MONMOUTH —and its Circulation in the Rural and Agricultural Districts it stands PRE-EMINENT AS AN ADVERTISING MEDIUM For the Sale by Auction of Farming Stock, Produce, Furniture, and Landed Property for Wants of all kinds, &c within a radius of many miles It is read by all classes of the community, being essentially 11 FANXI[EY PAPF, It combining Reports of Local Events (many not dealt with at all by other journals or very shortly noticed), Local Courts; County, District and Parish Councils, and other Public Bodies; with Interesting Notes on Local and General Current Topics, Sports, &c.; Historic Sketches; Field, Farm, and Garden Operationa; Housekeepers' Recipes; Ladies' Fashions; Art aud Literature Markets; A Serial Story And a variety of other interesting reading matter. -V' Special Reports are given of the 31eetings of the Monmouthshire County douncil, the Monmouthshire Chamber of Agricultug-e, 9-c., With which no other Paper in the County attempts to vie. FOR COUGHS, COLDS, ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS. DR. J. COLLIS BROWNE'S CHLORODYNE I 64 t4 Tf?B. J COLUS BRO?TNEj t.?' (!a.te Army Jt?ediotti StaS) 'DISCOVERED A REMEDY, to CHLORODYNE. D?rowB? i?the SOLE INVENTOR. a.nd. as the cpm- ggaition of Chlorodyne cannot possibly discovered by Analysis (organic sub- defying eliraination), and since the formula has never been published, it is evident that any statement to the 3)r. Browne7s Chlorodyne ust befalse. Tr?R. J. COLUS BBOWNE'S JL? CHLORODYNE. — Vice-Cha.n- cellor Sir W. PAGE WOOD stated pnb!ic!y in Court that Dr. J. COLUS BROWNE VM UNDOUBTEDLY the INVENTOR of CHLORODYNE.tha.t the whole story oi the defenda.nt .Free- jnMi was delibera.tely untrue, and he —See rtMM, July 13th, MM° ???'° J. COLMS BROWNE'S 'DB. J. COLLIS BROWNE'S CHLORODYNE is the TB.VB FALLIATrVB in I?TBURALCHA. GOUT. '?t CANCER. TOOTHACHE, &DVJtA'1'ISKo THE &REAT SPECIFIC FOR CHOLERA. TPtTAB.E.HtBA, DTSBNTERT. GENERAL BOARD of HEALTH, London. REPORT that it ACTS as a CHARM, one dose generally suBi- cient. Dr. GIBBON', Army Medical Staff. C&loutta, states: "S DOSES COMPLETELY CURED ME of DIARRH(EA." The ILLUSTBATBD LONDON NEWS of Sept. 28,1895, SM-s: "Ii I were asked vluch singte medicine I_ should prefer to tMe abroad wit1i me, as likely to be most generally useful, to the exclusion of all others, I should say CIEMORODYNE. I never without it, and its mrsemunber ol simple a.ilments forms itsoest recommendation." Boyal Irish PnsiHers, Cort. Feb. 6th, 1896. DBAJt Snt.—I wish to give public the infinite whicl1 your remedy for Dysentery a.nd piarrhcea (DR. BROWITE'S CHLORODYTM) proved to seYMftI members of the Specia Corps, in the recent Ashanti Expedition. I bought a small bottle just before leaving London for West Africa, and having used it myself with result, treated some. of my with e<uM? t?MC?M _thmM?soms oi climate, where they are so much ex- posed to this dangerous malady. G. SMITH' Band," B.I?F. To J. T. DAVENPORT. ir?R. j. coi?is BRowNE'a JLF CHLORODYNE rapidly cnta short all attacks of Y.IPILEPSY'. SPASMS. JLJ COMC, rALPITATIOBr, _mrsTERiA. -rMPORTANrT CAUTIOtf.— JL The IMMENTSE SALE of this REMED'? has given rise to manv UNSCRUPULOUS IMITATIONS. Be careful to observe Trade Mark. Of aU Chemists, Is. Hd? 8a. 8d.I and4s.6d. ? SOLE MANUM.CTPBBB, J. T. DAVENPORT. "gall!_}vøa 1344uto W, f MONMOUTHSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL. Technical Instruction. W !lrki IIg ¡lIii ¡"}" ;ch 001. rrHE ANNUAL cO"vrPETITIVB: EX\MINA- TION for the Cou.ty J;fe(Åal, for Cheese Mchoo!, with i'rizesio!- (heese, Cider, Poultry, and Essa. with a Do 'I (I llf\tration upon the Preparation of Poultry icr :'hrkct. and the Table, will take phcl: at the TOWN HALL, USiK. OH Thursday anti Fi!idai, lhp !3th and 14tii ne(eint)()r, i900. LADY LLANGATTOCK bus kindty promiaed to present the Medii]", .scnolarships..ÙerLificatePf aod PrizRS to the Suecpssttll CO¡ilp..itor" t the TOWN HALL, UsK.ou FRIDAY, the 14th DECEMBER, at 3 p.m. Eutry Forms and .full particul 'ro may be obtained from Mr. W. J. GRANT, Agent in Agriculture. County Counci! v tlL'es P<=moavUIe, Newport, Men. (Sigaed) S. N. JONES. Chairman T.L Cjmmittea; W. J. GRANT, Org-anising Agent. In the Matter of the Kemeys Bridge Company, Limited. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the i?t CREDITORS oitbe above-n?med Compaay are required, on or before the 12th day of JANUARY, I9U1. to send their Names and Addresses, and the particulars of their Debts or Claims to the under- signed, the Solicitors to ARTHUR DAYiBt BEBBING- TON, of Pantvgoitrtj, iu the County of Monmonth, Esquire, the Liq'udittor of the said Company, and, if so required by Notice in Writing from the Mid Liquidator, are to cotue in and prove their aaid Debts or Claims at such time and pl:,ce as sbaU be specified in such Notice, or in default thereof they will be excluded from the benefit of any distribution made before such debts are proved. Dated this 28th day of November, 1900. LE BRASSEUR & BOWEN, Town Hall, Pontypool, Solicitors for the above-named Liquidator. ACCIDENTS OF ALL KINDS RAILWAY ACCIDENTS, EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY, INSURED AGAINST, AND FIDELITY BONDS GRANTED BY THE RAILWAY PASSENGERS ASSURANCE COMPANY. Established 1849. Claims paid £4,150,000. 64, CORNH1LL, LONDON. A. YIAN, Secretary. Local Agent: Mr. J. P. MAYEBs, G.W. Railway Pontypool Road. WE GIVE FOR A GUINEA ?.??????-????? ????se; IpJrWhi?????? buttoned ends; 1 White Counterpane, 3 yds. ]ong_by2?yd&' Wtde, woven pattern, good design; t Duchesse T-oMset. <??""? Ca?t? .Pa? oM ?. o/?.O.O. BROOKF!ELDS, M?fKet S«., STAFf?HO? ??? ESTABLISHT-n OVER too Y&ARS. PRINTING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION Executed at the U COUNTY OBSERVER OFFICE. a WATCH & CHA:M FOR OMEOAY'SWOMC ??? ??Bsases?ea?s???e?e?M??o-?? & Boys a.nd &trls ca.n K<;t a NICKEL- ???M?. t ? PLATED WATCH, ?o ? CHArN ?d ??JL??t ? CHARM for seUing H dozen p?k?M of ?'???t ? BLUME ?t FtvepM)M e&ch. ?ondyoM M' .??N ?? full a.ddreaft. inciudin? name of County. ?LAi3??) by return mail. ajtd we will forward the Bluine, ?BMj?? < required.' BLUUtE ? (n?p'Mtment ?1) ) Z<1. GIpey Road. WMt ttorwood. t?adon. BJt. ?