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The County Observer Forty-seventh Year of Publication. -0- Scale for Advertisements. PER JN8ERTI0W. OfficialAnnouncements. Single Column. Parliamentary Addresses.. f "Lega.1 Notices j per fine. Prospectuses of Companies J Election Addresses 'iProperty and Stock Sale3 J Auction Sales j Municipal and other bodies | Ordinary Notices. J- 38. per inch in depth. Balance Sheets Statements of Accounts. Houses Wanted Souses to Let Entertainments ) Agricultural Shows. I Subscription Lists. Is. 6d. per iml. Wedding Presents I J +*r SMALL PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. Servants Wanted 12 woids 18 wercto 24 words Situations Vacant. Apartments Wanted Apartments to Let V 6d. 9«L la. Money to Lend Articles Lost Articles Found Articles Found. Articles for Sale J Three weeks for double above charges. ,Must be paid for when the order is given, or double the above scale charges will be made. Remittances received in Postage Stamps. n »fTi» I- JPrinting orecery Description AUCTIONEERS7 Particulars, Posters, & Catalogues. JBOMICTOES' Prospectuses, Lithographic Maps, & Plan. TRADESMEN'S Cards, Bill Heads,& Note Headings. All communications to J. H. CLARK, COUNTY OBSERVER Office, USK, Monmouthshire. AN openinar for an APPRENTICE to the TAILORING TRADE.—For terms, &c., apply THOMAS, Usk. ANTED, APPRENTICES to the DRESS- v MAKING. Apply, Mrs. COOPER, late Mrs. Wheeler's Establishment, Isca Cottage, Usk. WANTED, respectable LAD as APPRENTICE to the SADDLERY TRADE. — Apply, DAVIES, Usk. W~ ANTED, TO RENT, COTTAGE, with few Acres of Land Valley of Usk or Wye. ,J.J., 11, Peuygraig Terrace, l'ontypool. ANTED, GOOD GENERAL SERVANT, 17 W to IS.-Apply, NEW COUBT HOTEL, Usk. •XVANTED, STRONG LAD OR MAN, able to VV milk, help in garden, &c.-Apply E. W ADDIKOTON, Beech Hill, Usk. WJ ANTED, an intelligent LAD as APPREN- W TICE to the PRINTING TRADE.—Apply, ,I. COUNTY OBSERVER" Office, Usk. WAITED in Usk, the end of July, UNFUR- NISHED APARTMENTS, Bed and iit- Moderate terms. ApI-ly, H." ubferver Office, Usk. WASTE PAPER FOR SALE, good and clean 8s. per cwt.—Apply at the COUNTY OBSERVER Office, Usk. I?OR SALE, 3 ACHES of MOWING GRASS.— JL —Apply, Mr GUSTATID, Porthycarne, Usk. f 1^0 LET, LAliGE ORCHARD with Gra, alfo JL Large Stable, Baron Street, Usk.-Apply, UICHOLL, Eldon Chambers, Newport, Mon. LANBADOC.—COTTAGE TO LET.—Apply Miss PHILLIPS, Myrtle Villa. ffK) LET, SEVEN-ROOMED COTTAGE AND JL GARDEN.—Apply, GEORGE ROWLANDS, Lliincayo, Usk. Usk Baiid Fete. A MEETING of the BAND FETE COMMITTEE will be held at MR. GEO. EDMUNDS', on Wednesday evening next, at 8.30 p.m., when it is hoped all interested will attend. Llandenny. fT'O BE LET, from the 24th day of JUNE, 1901, X A VILLA RESIDENCE, known as THE MOUNT," situate in the Village of LLANDENNY, MOUNT," situate in the Village of LLANDENNY, close to the G.W.R. Station, adjoining the road from Llandenny to Usk, with t acre of Garden Ground. The House contains following accommodation :— On Ground Floor-Dining and Drawing Rooms witb Bay Windows, Kitchen, and Pantry First j .Floor—Three Bedrooms and Store Room also good JJrick-built Outhouse.—Apply to J. MAITLAND WATKINS, Solicitor, Usk. :0 For Sale by Private Treaty, A LL that DWELLING HOUSE knowu as J\ » TWYN COTTAGE," situate at Twyn Sheriff, about a mile-and-a-half from the Village of Raelan and a mile from Llandenny Station. This property consists of a six-roomed cottage, with .1 3 large warden and orchard attached, and contains 2 roods and 35 perches, or thereabouts, the whole being in the occupation of Mr Frederic Joneq, at ibe low rental of £ 9 per annum. The greater portion ot this property is Freehold. but a portion ot it is Cothold of the Duke of beau- fort, subject to a cot rent of 5s. per annum. Land Tax, 4s. od. For iurthtr pa: tit ulars apply to WATKINS & CO., Club Cbwibers, Pontypool. I WHO ARE THE LAKGrEST FURNISHERS? 1 r! t." l BEVAN AND COMPANY, Notwithstanding all that more than one other firm have to say to the contrary, maintain emphatically that this distinction belongs to them, and they defy any other furnishing firm to prove the contrary to the satisfaction of any South Wales firm of chartered accountants 11 WHO ARE THE STAN, D CHEAPEST I F V R I SR"r BEVAN AND COMPANY Submit that this still more important question is answered in their favour by their I immense and ever-increasing business, so successfully carried on for the last fifty-one years. In innumerable instances they have during that period served three generations in the same family, and their great desire is that every one of their great army of customers shall receive the highest possible satisfaction, both as to prices and quality. Before purchasing elsewhere see our immense stocks, and astonishing prices, which will C, be more convincing than all we say in this advertisement. 0 Delivery Free Illustrated, Catalogues Gratis I r BE VAN AND COMPANY (LIMITED), REGISTERED AS THE CARDIFF FURNISHERS, CARPET AND MUSIC WAREHOUSEMEN AND HOUSE FURNISHERS, Clasence-St. & Hanbury-Ed., PONTYPOOL. SIMPSON'S I FOR G-ENT.S' SUITS TO "X A MEASURE 21/J FROM GENTS.' SUITS (g- MADE TO MEASURE ON THE PREMISES At 35/6, 42/6, 50/ 59/6, 70/ etc. D. i Pontpl HOL OE MBRT Cures Lumbago,. Sciatica, Sprains* j Rheumatism, Stiff Joints and Contracted Muscies. THERE IS MAGIC IN ITS TOUCH W t S\ VST When applied to Poisoned Wounds, Sores, Bad Legs, Piles, Fistulas, and all Ailments of an Inflammatory nature. I FOR SKIN DISEASES IN ALL FORMS IT CANNOT BE EQUALLED. | | Manufactured only at 78, New Oxford Street, London sold by all Chemists and Medicine Vendors. HUNKS, SWEDE & 111 SEEDS. "ST SWEDE-Skirving-'s Improved Purple Top per lb Is 3d Cash, Is 2d Sutton's Improved Champion ditto "Is 3d; Is 2d TURNIP-Green Globe per lb 9Jd Cash, 9d 2 Devon Grey Stone 9id; „ 9d 2 White Pomeranian „ 9d; „ 8d Green Tankard „10id; 10d Yellow Tankard Is 3d; Is 2d Yellow Scotch Purple Top „ Is; lid GOULDING'S MANURES. Bone Manure, P,5 12s 6d. Bone Compound, £ 4 12s 6d. Superphosphate, X3 10s. Discount allowed for Cash. .# CENTRAL SUPPLY STORES, USK. R. HERBERT. I T "VU "STUNT S QU ARB, T-T a r: C. AGEJTT FOR W. & A. GILBEY'S, WINES & SPIRITS HENNESSY'S THREE STAR BRANDY, JAMESON'S IRISH WHISKEY. Rogers' A.K. Ales and Stout in Quart Flagons, & 41, 9 & 18 Gallon Casks. 2 W BASS' ALE AND GUINESS'S STOUT IN BOTTLES. CYCLES! CYCLES!! CaStI Uskrade' } T. H- G. SAVERY, I Monmouth. Sole Agent for SWIFTS, ROYAL ENFIELDS, RUDGE WHITWORTHS, TRIUMPHS, SUNBEAMS, COVENTRY CYCLES, &c. Repairs none too difficult. Cycling taught by competent Instructors. SWIFTS. SWIFTS. SWIFTS. Sole Agent for USK & MONMOUTH :-T. JOT. G. S. J I77il. m The" Connty Otaver" NewDaDer and Printing Cipj, Ltd. PUBLISHING OFFICES BRIDGE STREET, USE ¡ Úl$ÛŒI has been established 46 years, and from the advantageous position of the Publishing Offices- 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 A FAMILY SPAPl&K 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 Operations Housekeepers' Recipes; Ladies' Fashions; Art and Literature; Markets; A Serial Story; And a variety of other interesting reading matter. N Monmouthshire Asylum, Abergavenny. I TO COLLIERY PROPRIETORS & COAL MERCHANTS. THE COMMITTEE OF VISITORS of this i- Asylum are willing to receive TENDERS from parties desirous of Contracting to supply the Asylum with House and Steam Coal for Nine Months from the 1st day of July next. A second tender is also invited for Three Months from the 1st day of July next. The Asylum sidings on the London and North Western Railway, and on the Hereford Section of the Great Western Railway, are available for delivering the coal to the Asylum. Tenders to be sent to the Asylum not later than 10 o'clock in the Morning, on THURSDAY, the 27th day of JUNE, and superscribed "Tender for Coal." Forms of Tender will be supplied on application by letter, or otherwise, at the Clerk's Office in the Asylum. The Committee of Visitors do not pledge them- selves to accept the lowest or any Tender. CHAS. OWEN, Clerk and Steward. REMEMBER Kemeys Commander Sports (NEAR BRIDGE INN), Thursday9 June 2ft II" lOOf. At 2 p.m. MUSIC & DANCING. SEVEN EVENTS (THREE OPEN) Entries close TUESDAY, JUNE 18tb, to Messrs. T. MOIWAN and W. GRIFFITHS, Kemeys Com- mander. Admission, 6d; Children under 12, Half-price. Monmouthshire Summer Assizes, 1901. WILLIAM LLEWELLIN, ESQUIltE, HIGH SHERIFF. MONMOUTHSHIRE? NOTICE IS HEREBY TO WIT. £ GIVEN, that in pursuance of the Precept ot the HONOURABLE SIR JOHN CHAKLES BIGHAM, Knight, one of the Justices of the High Court of Justice, one of the Justices of Our Lord the King, assigned to bold the Assizes and Gaol Delivery for this County, such Assizes and Gaol Delivery are appointed to be heJd on THURSDAY, THE 4TH DAY OF JULY NEXT, At the SHIRE HALL, in the Borough of MONMOUTH, and that the business of the Crown Court will commence on FRIDAY, THE 5TH DAY OF JULY NEXT, At 11 o'clock in the Forenoon, when all Justices of the Peace, Mayors, Coroners, Escheators, Stewards, Chief Constables, and Bailiffs, and all persons hav- ing authority, and being under an obligation to attend the Assizes, Persons bound by recognizances, Jurors, and others concerned, are herebv required to attend. ALL ACTIONS FOR TIIIAL at these Assizes must be entered with the Registrar at the District Registry, at Newport, on or before THVESDAV, tho 27th day of June, 1901. Civil Business will not be taken before 2 o'clock p.m. on Friday, the 5th day of July next. SPECIAL NOTICE TO JUSTICES' CLERKS. COMMISSION DAYS—OXFORD CIIZCVIT: -]Reading, Thursday, June 13th Oxford, Monday, June 17th Worcester, Friday, June 21st; Gloucester, Thursday, June 27th; Moumouth, Thursday, July 4th; Hereford, Tuesday, July 9th; Shrewsbury, Saturday, July 13th Stafford, Monday, July 22nd. All Depositions and Recognizances should be forwarded to the Clerk of Assize, as speedily as possible, to the London Office (13, King's Bench Walk, Temple, London, E.C.), until the commence- ment of the Circuit, and afterwards in accordance with the above extract irom the Circuit Paper. Nota Benc.-IN BAIL CASES, the Warrants of Commitment should be forwarded immediately to the Governor of the Gaol. JAMES BERRY WALFORD, Under-Sherifi of Monmouthshire, Dated this First day of June, One Thousand rfine Hundred and One. Under-Sheriff's Office Monk Street, Abergavenny. l