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By MESSRS. MARFELL & POOLE. Bridge Street, Usk. ATTRACTIVE & UNRESERVED SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. MESSRS MARFELL & POOLE are instructed L" by the EXECUTORS of the late Mr EDWARD JONES, to SELL BY AUCTION, as above, On WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18th, 1902. the whole of the Household Furniture & OTHER EFFECTS, Comprising large dining table, sofas, dining. room and ea*y chairs oval, card, and occasional tables; handsome mahogany sideboard, eight-day clock in oak case, gilt overmantle, maple ditto, ca-e of stuffed birds, hall table, couch, ladies' chairs, mahogany bureau, harmonium, fenders and fire irons, carpets, linoleum, door mats, cornice poles, pictures; RlJIINGTON No 7 TYPE- WRITER, nearly new; CONTENTS OF FIVE BEDROOMS, including large mahogany wardrobe, mahogany and painted chests of diawers, toilet glasses, marble-top and painted wash stands and ware, towel rails, dress tables, iron and wood bedsteads, cane-seated chairs, feather beds, clothes baskets, stair carpet and brass rode, bed linen, blaukets, linen chest, ditto, ditto. The whole of the KITCHEN and CULINARY UTENSILS, glass, tea and dinner ware, deal dresser, mangle, washing machine, sundry tubs, buckets, large laundry table, clothes horse, kitchen chairs and table. OUT-DOOR EFFECTS comprise crank axle cart, lawn mower, stone roller, garden seat, new bell tent, &c. Also a few lots of SHOW-ROOM FIXTURES and GENERAL DRAPERY. Sale at 1 o'clock prompt. Auctioneers' Offices-The Willows, Usk. Timber and Coppice TO BE SOLD BY TENDER. LOT I.-The FALL AGE of the COPPICE in the Wood called CRAIG PEN RHEW CORBREN, near CWMAVON STATION, Great Western Railway, con- taining about Six Acres, more or less, in the occupation of Mr THOMAS TAYLOR, or his under- tenant, Mr HENRY PALSElt. Timber Trees aud Stores are excepted. LOT 2.—Ill Oak, 14 Larch, and I Sycamore Timber Trees, standing in the above-mentioned Wood. Certain Trees marked with a ring of white paint are reserved. Mr HENRY PALSER, of Cwmavon, will show the Coppice and Timber. For fu rther particulars apply to the undersigned, by whom Tenders for each Lot separately should be received on or before the 17th of JUNE. ¡ The highest or any Tender will not necessarily be accepted. J. MAITLAND WATKINS, Solicitor, Usk. 4th Vol. Balt. South Wales Borderers. G COMPANY, USK. Orders for the Week commencing June 8th, 1902, Suuday, Church Parade at Monkswood. Parade at 9.30 a.m. sharp. Monday, Adjutant's Drill, at 7.30 p.m. A good muster is requested. Wednesday, Class Firing, 4 p.m. Thursday, N.C. Officers' Class, 8 p.m. Friday, Squad Drill, 8 p.m. Saturday, Class Firing from 4 p.m. MEMO.—There will be a Church Parade 011 Sunday, 8th June, at Monkswood Church. The Company will parade at the Armoury, at 9.30 a.m. The Band will attend, and the Officer Commanding trusts that every man who possibly can will attend, as he particularly desires a good muster. He feels it hardly necessary to caution the men as to beiug clean shaven and cleanly equipped, as with very few exceptions this rule is well observed. He looks to the N.C.O's. to show the men an example in this. By Order, S. M. WILLIAMS, Captain Commanding.



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