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STXFJSftxitfiFosESD evidence. In order to substantiate our claim to be by fur the largest Furnishers in this part of the country, we give below a brief list of our departments at 161 and 162, Commercial Street, Newport. Basement. -In xoensive Bedroom hnd Kitchen Furnishings, Ironmonur ry and El-irdwar-. Ground Floor (Main).—Middle and Hi^h-cla^s Bedroom Furnishings. Ground Floor (Annexe) Inexpensive BEDROOM ,¡;b.'liti for Cottages and Small Houses. LINOLEUM DEPARTMENT (at rear). 1st Flooi- (Gallery). Office FURNITURE, Overmantels, Hal! Furniture, Bamboo BEDSTEADS and BEDDING. 1st Floor (Right Annexe) -C<rp ta, Rugc, M'tts,. tc. 1st FJoor (Left An nexe). -Curtains aud Soft Goods. 2nd Floor. Inexpensive ind Middle CI iss Dining Room Furnishings, Antique Carved O ik, Upholstered Goods, etc, 3rd Floor. Liigh-clamo Dining room Furniture, Drawing.room Suites, Cabinets, and Tables. 4th Floor. —Reserve stocks. Department for Sto>-e<J Furniture, etc. It will thus be gfen thaf. no less thin six large Floors are devottid to the business of this brRnoh alone, displaying.. selection capable of sttisfying every ta-te, and ranging in price from the most moderate to the most costly. PT1 ft I ITU Tf.e Furniture Colloseam, ITOIUfinilffl C, uAliiS,16U162 Commercial sUillWl Ulli. JOHN H REjNNIE Member of the Auctioneers' Institute by Exam ination.) ———— AGRICULTURAL AND GENERAL AUC- TIONEER, VALUER, SURVEYOR, LAND AGENT, BOTEL AND INSURANCE BROKER. Newport. UsJc, Sf Chepstow Districts. Sales of Fat and S'ore Stock io NEWPORT, USK, and CHEPSTOW CATTLE MARKETS on Market Days. Horses in NEWPORT MARKET monthly. Furniture aud Cha'tel Effects, SALEROOM, periodically. Chief Offices and Saleroom:- 6 aud 12, SKINNER STREET, NEWPORT. Nat. Telephone, 0625. Telegrams, Reimie Auction Fixtures, 1904. Aug. 29—Antique and Modern Fardture and Effects. at KiiJgcoed Villa, Llandenny, for VTi-s Edwards (who is declining housekeeping). 30-Fat and Store Stock, at Chepstow Cattle Market. 31-Fat and Store Stock, at Newport Cattle Market. Sept" 5 -Fat and Store Stock, in Usk Cattle Market. 7-Fat and Store Stock, in Newport Cattle Market. 8—Household Appointments, at Sale- rooms, 12, Skinner Street, Newport. 13-Fat and Store Stock, in Chepstow Cattle Market. 14—Dwelling Houses in Ronald Road, Maindee. 14-Fat and Store Stock, in Newport Cattle Market. 22-Cart Colts and Horses, at Caerleon Fair. 27-Fat and Store Stock, in Chepstow Cattle Market. 27—Unreserved Sale of the Valuable Farm- ing Stock, Produce, and Effects, at Tymawr, for Mr Edward Jenkins (leaving). 28-Fat and Store Stock, in Newport Cattle Market. 30—Highly Important and Extensive Sale of Valuable Live and Dead Farming Stock, at Llanpill Farm, Llansoy, for Mr John Frost, seur., (who is giving up the farm). Oct. 3-Fat and Store Stock, in Usk Cattle Market. 4-Large and Very Important Sale of Farming Stock, at the Pentra, Llan- tarnam, for Mr E. C. Davies (retiring). 5—Fat and Store Stock, in Newport Cattle Market. Oct. —Important Sale of Superior Farming Stock, at Na:itybanno Farm, Llan- trissent, -for Mr Edward Evans (leaving). Oct. —The whole of the Live and Dead Stock, at Celynen Farm, Llanthewy Vach, for Mr J. Rogers (letting the farm.) Oct. —Highly Important Sale of Clover and Meadow Hav, at the Coach and Horses, Caerwent. Oct. —Fat Stock, at Kaplan. Full particulars in fut,ire advertisements, and from the Auctioneer, as above. Kingcoed Villa, Kingcoed, Llan- Z;D denny. One-and-a-half Miles from Llandenny Railway Station. UNRESERVED SALE of the whole of the well-preserved ANTIQUE & MODERN Furniture aHj Kifcets, COMP .RISING:— Steel rail fenders and irons, Brussels carpet in good condition, tapestry carpets, coeoanut fibre matting, pitch-pine dresser with drawers, old oak 2-flap table, 3 old sporting engraving", ak cased grandfather's 8-day clock, barometer in mahogany case bv Maffia, spaniel in ^mahogany case, old oak framed mantel mirror, quaint mah >auy pedestal cabinet, 2 antique mahogany side tables, well-made walnut framed drawiog-ri ora suite, viz.: conch, 2 easy aod 6..small chairs, upholstered in blue and gold silk and serge, in perfect condition, hearth- rugs, pob s and rings, wicker occasional. arm- chairs, 6 Windsor chairs, pitch-pine and oak old Bureau, qnaint toilet mirr r, unique oak medicine case (fitted), deal chsi,. brass and irm bedstead, 1 iron and 2 wooden bedsteads, 4 prime tea her beds, birch and mahogany toilet minors, mahogany chest of drawers, cane-seated chairs, oak chest, toilet ware, dinner Rnd tea wtlre, and other china, glass, electro-plated cruet, kitchen tables, large boiler with brass tap, saucepans, bench, 'garden tools, &c., which it# R JOHN H. RENNIE has been favoured IV' with instructions from Miss EDWARDS (who is declining housekeeping, atil has let the property), to conduct as above, on MONDAY, AUGUST 29TH, 1904, At 1.30 p.m. On View morning of Sale. Further particulars may be bad on application to the AUCTIONEER, 6, Skinner Street, Newport, and at Usk. Raglan Farmers' Club. THE ANNUAL MATCH will be held on the JtL BROOKS FARM, RAGLAN, 011 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6TH, 1904. Usk Higher Grade School. WANTED, CLE\NER for the above, con- Vf sisting of 3 Rooms and Lobbies, and Manual Training Shed. Applicants to send in their applications stating wages required, on or before the 29TH INST., to MR S. A. HILEY, Usk. THE WKL->H INTERMEDIATE EDUCATION. ACT. Usk Higher Grade School. pHF SCHOLARSHIP MANAGERS announce I that thwy are able to offer a Bursary to a Chilrl attending, or who wishes to attend, the Usk Higher Grade School. This Bursary will be a money payment, granted at the discretion of the Scholarship Managers, ani it is ho-;Pd it will enable a Parent, otherwise unable, to keep his Child at School for a longer period. It will be awarded on application to the Scholarship Managers, such application to be made on a form supplied by the undersigned, on or before the 1st day of September. A. H. WATKINS, Clerk to the Scholarship Managers. 11th August, 1904. THE WELSH INTERMEDIATE EDUCATION ACT. Usk Higher Grade School., THE SCHOLARSHIP MANAGERS announce i that they are able to offer TWO SCHOLAR- SHIPS for BOYS and GIRLS tenable at their School. the value thereof being the total exemption from all School Fees, All Candidates must reside within the Usk Scholarship District, and have attended a Free Public Elementary School for the last two years. The Scholarship will commence on the 6TH SEPTEMBER next, and the Candidates will be required to sit for Examination at the HIGHBR GRADE SCHOOL. USK. on SATURDAY, the 3RD SEPTEMBER, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. All Applicants must send in their names to me, the undersigned, with particulars of their ages and standards they are now in. on or before the 3 1ST AUGUST instant. The Managers wish to point out that they grant Two Exhibitions, value £17 per annum each, tenable at any County School to Scholars attending their School who make satisfactory progress. A. H. WATKINS, Clerk. August 11th, 1904. THE WELSH INTERMEDIATE EDUCATION ACT. Usk Higher Grade School. n THE above SCHOOL will be RE-OPENED on the 6TH SEPTEMBER NEXT, for a term of 16 weeks. All Candidates seeking admission must pass an Examination and will be required to attend at the School at 3 o'clock in the Afternoon of SATURDAY, the 3RD SEPTEMBER, for that purpose. All fees must be paid to the Undersigned who will attend to receive the same in the afternoon of THURSDAY, the 8TH SEPTEMBER. A. H. WATKINS, Clerk. August 11th, 1904. .r PONTYPOOL New Great Sleep (Stools j Cattle and Horse Fair. Saturday, Sept. 3rd, 1904. Usk Flower Show. RTNHE PRIZES in connection with the above & Show will be paid at the MISSION ROOM, on WEDNESDAY NEXT, at 8 o'clock. All Persons having any Claims against the Society are requested to send particulars thereof to the undersigned forthwith. THOS. JONES, 25th August, 1904. Secretary. Cyclists. Light Up! n Saturday, Aug. 27th. 7.58 Sunday, 28th.. 7.55 Monday, 29th 7.53 Tuesday, 30th. 7.51 Wednesday, 31st. 748 Thursday; Sept. let 7.46 Friday 2nd 7.44 Saturday „ 3rd. 7.41 Being One hour after Sunset. For Printing of all kinds try the County Observer Office. To Let, 1 CASTLE COTTAGE, USK, Drawing-room, .J Di iu;r«om, and Kitchen, with three Bed- rooms, and every convenience; in excellent repair, and pood g.Ard,-ti.-For rent, and further particu- lars apply to Mr J. A. SHEPARD, solicitor, Polar House, Tredegar. ;¿r. ¿ Abergavenny Horse Show and .3 1 Agricultural Association. Alii FlBW OF HORSES AND AGRICULTURAL STOCK, Special Jumping and Trotting Prizes ( £ 33 and Stakes), WILL BE HELD IN Bailey Park, Abergavenny, ON Thursday, I st Sept, next, SPECIAL ATTRACTION. {I::r The Celebrated Cyfarthfa Band Has been engaged for the day. Entries Close August 16th (Double Fees to August 25th.) Secretaries Messrs STRAKER & SON, Auctioneers, Valuers, and Estate Agents, Abergavenny. Arpovmsm &c., for week Ending September 3rd, 1904. Aug. Sat. 27-Po typool Petty Sessions. Cricket.—Usk v. Caauxtoa-Barry C.C., at Usk. Sun. 28—Thirteenth Sunday after Trinity. Mon. 29—Usk Market. Tues. 30-Abergavenny Market. Chepstow Petty Sessions. Wed. 31-Newport Cattle, Corn, and Cheese Markets Abergavenny Petty Sessions. Sept. Thurs. 1—Cwmbran Petty Sessions. St Giles, Partridge Shooting begins. Sat. 3-Pontypool Petty Sessions. Cricket—Usk v. Pouthir, at Usk. Hunting Appointments. MR. CLAY'S SUBSCRIPTION OTTER HOUNDS Will meet next week (water permitting) — Monday, August 29th Dingestow Station At 8.45 a.m. Tuesday, August 30th .Llantilio Court At 10 a.m. County Courts in Circuit 24. COURTS will be held at the several Court-towns on this Circuit, before His Honour JUDGE OWEN, the Judge thereof, on the days and at the time hereunder mentioned:— Time, a.m. July Aug. Oct. Chepstow 10 8 3 Barry 10 5 2 4 Cardiff 10 6 3 5 It 10 7 4 6 „ 10 8 5 7 „ 10 9 6 8 Abergavenny 10 .15 10 Blaenavon 10 11 Tredegar 9.30 12 9 11 Pontypool 10 13 10 12 Newport 10.30 14 11 13 11 10.30 15 12 14 Monmouth 10 19 16 15 Ross 9.30 13 1 Crickhowell.. 11 17 21 Usk 11 18 20 4th Volunteer Battalion South; Wales Borderers. G COMPANY, USK. Monday, August 29th.—Company Drill; Dress —Drill Order, at 7.3U p.m. Thursday, September 1st.—Recruits' Drill, plain clothes, at 7.30 p.m. RECRUITS. It being desirable to increase the strength of the Company as soon as possible, ill tending Recruits are requested to call at the Armoury on Monday next. at 7.30 p.m., for enrolment by Officer commanding Company. By order, H. J. WILLCOX, Officer, Commanding G Company,

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