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P. E, GANE, House Furnisher, 161 & 162, Commercial Street, NEWPORT, For Inexpensivef Reliable FURNITURE. All Goods Marked In Plain Figures .For Cash Payment, < And Delivered Free. GAVE, Furniture Colosseum* NEWPORT. -r -g A-A 1. JOHN H. RENNIE, BY EXAM. AGRICULTURAL and GENERAL AUCTIONEER, & VALUER, AND LAND AGENT. &c., Office and Salerooms:- 6 & ll, SKINNER-STREET, NEWPORT. Newport Cattle Market Ev-ry Wednesday, and TJskCat'le Market 1st and 3rd Monday in Each M uth. Sale Fixtures. 1902. Nov. ll-Valnable Live and Dead Farm Stock, Produce, and Effec's, at Porton Fishery, G>Mcliffe, for the Repre- sentatives "f the late J. W. Cullimore. 12-Fat and Store Stock, Newport Cattle I Market. 17-Fat and Store Stock, Ut-k Cattle Market. 19—Fat ani Store Stock, Newport Cattle Maiket. 19—Cart and Nag Horses, Trolleys, Carts, Harness, &c, at Clarence Place Repository, Newport, for Messrs E. A. Hammond, Limited. —Leasehold Dwelling House and Garden, at Llangattock-Juxta, Caerleon, on an early date. -50 Acres Coppice, and 45 Oak Timber Tree, on Great Dinhatn Estate, near Chepstow, at the Coach and Horses, Caerwent, for Mr C. Burroughs, on an early date. —Sto e Cattle and about 200 tons of Clover, at tne Coach aid Horse a, Caerwent, during the mouth of November. —Meadow Hay, Tredegar Arms H,)tel, Newport, latter end of November. Full particulars may be had from the Auctioneer, and will be duly advertised at leugth. 7-J Sales by Auction. By Mr. W. H. PITT EN. The Old Prepcoed Farm, Llan- baddoc, near Usk. SALE OF Live and Dead Farming Stock. MR W. H. PITTEN is instructed by MRS ELIZABETH H. LEWIS, to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, ON THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13TH, 1902, as follows:- 1 CHESTNUT HOR'4E, I MARE. 1 COLT, 2 small PIGS, POULTRY; Rick of Hay, Oats in Straw, quantity of Swedes and Mangolds IMPLEMENTS.—Wagon, cart, spring cart, trap, chain harrows, scuffler, chaff machine, Howard plough, set of cart harness, set of trap ditto, tools, wheelbarrow, and sundry other lots. The whole to be cleared off the Farm at once. Sale to commence at 1 o'clock. Auctioneer's Offices- Club Chambers, Pontypool. r By Messrs MARFELL & POOLE. Beech Hill, Farm, Half-mile from Usk. SALE OF LIVE AND DEAD FARMING STOCK. MESSRS. MARFELL AND POOLE ARE favoured with instructions from Ma. JOHN JONES, who is leaving, to SELL BY AUCTION on the Premises as above, ON MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17TH, 1902 (Usk Market Day), his Life and Dead Farming Stock COMPRISING: 8 DAIRY CATTLE, viz., 3 cows in calf, 1 heifer in calf, yearling steer, 3 weaned calves. 18 CROSS-BRED SHEEP. CART MARE IN FOAL. YOUNG SOW. IMPLEMENTS include wheel plough, iron harrows, Bambury nearly new, pulper ditto, one- horse mower bv Harrison and McGregaror, horse- rake, wood roller, cart with harvest ladders and dashboards complete, 2 ladders, wheelbarrow, spring cart, set of short harness, trap harness, pikes, rakes, and sundry tools, empty casks. A small quantity of Mangolds. Dairy untensils, &c. Sale at 1.30. Auctioneers' Offices, The Willows, Usk. Printing of all Descriptions at the Office of this Paper. Hunting Appointments. Mr. Curre's Hounds will meet on Monday, November 10th.Portskewett Station, Thursday, November 13th Llanishen. At 11 a.m. The Llangibby Hounds will meet on Tuesday, November 11th Royal Oak, Christchurch. At 11 a.m. Friday, November 14th.. Greyhound, Llantrissent. At 11 a.m. The Monmouthshire Hounds will meet on Monday, November 10th Raglan. At 11 a.m. Thursday, November 13th Llanover At 11 a.m. 7- Cyclists, Light Up.! Saturday, Nov 8th. 5.20 Sunday, 9th. 5.18 Monday, 10th. 5.17 Tuesday, 11th 5.15 Weduesday, 12th. 5.14 Thursday; 13th 5.12 Friday, 14th. 5.11 Saturday, loth • 5 9 Being One hour after Sunset. AWHWaOTS, &c., FOR W8I51 Ending November 15th, 1902. Nov. Sat. 8—Pontypool Petty Sessions, 11 a.m. Football—Usk v. Chepstow St. Mary's, at Usk. Sun. 9-24th Sunday after Trinity. Mon. 10—Monmouth Cattle Market. Wed. 12—Newoort Cattle, Cheese, & Corn Mkts. Abergavenny Petty Sessions. Thurs 13-Caerleoii Petty Sessions. Sale of live and defid farming stock by Mr W. H. Pitten, at the Old Ptescoed Farm, Llanbaddoc, at 1 o'clock. Sat. 15-Pontypool Petty Sessions.

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