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That is the Point We are not all the Bigrsrest, Best, and Cheapest, But you may judge for yourself The Magnitude of our Stock, The Quality of our Goods, and The Moderateness of our Prices, BY VISITING ME, II HIRE EMM, COMMERCIAL STREET, NEWPORT. Catalogues Free. Free Delivery. JOHN H. HENNIE Member of the Auctioneers Institute by Exam- ination.) AGRICULTURAL AND GENERAL AUC- TIONEER, TENANT RIGHT & TIMBER VALUER, SURVEYOR, LAND AGENT, HOTEL AND INSURANCE BROKER. Newport. Usk, 9" Chepstow Districts. Sales of Fat and Store Stock in NEWPORT, USK, and CHEPSTOW CATTLE MAKKETS on Market Days. Horses in NEWPORT MARKET monthly. Furniture and Chattel Effects, SALEROOM, periodically. Chief Offices and Saleroom :— 6 and 12, SKINNER STREET, NEWPORT. Nat. Telephone, 0625. Telegrams, Rennie Auction Fixtures. 1904. Early date—Furniture and Outside Effects, at the Five Halls, Shirenewton. Dec. 5—Fat and Store Stock, in Usk Cattle Market. 7-First Xmas Fat Stock Sale, at Newport Cattle Market. 9—Household Furniture and Effects, at Salerooms, Newport. 13—Christmas Fat Stock Show and Sale, at Chepstow Cattle Market 14—Christmas Fat Stock Show and Sale, at Newport Cattle Market. 21-Fat and Store Stock, at Newport Cattle Market, Dec. —Valuable Leasehold Properties in New- port. Full particulars in future advertisements and Catalogues, to be obtained from the Auctioneer, as above. By Messrs. MARFELL & POOLE. The Hill Farm, Llangibby, Two Miles from Usk. MESSRS MARFELL & POOLE are favoured with instructions from MESSRS WATERS and POOLE, who are giving up the farm, to SELL BY AUCTION, on the premises, as above, on MONDAY, DECEMBER 5TH, 1904 (Usk Market Day), the whole of their Live and Dead Fanning Stock, PRODUCE, & EFFECTS, COMPRISING— OA HEAD of WELL-BRED HEREFORD & 4i\J SHORTHORN CATTLE, viz.5 Cows to calve in good season, 5 in-calf Heifers, 1 two- years-old Bullock, yearling Bull, 7 yearling Steers and Heifers; < 18 RADNOR EWES, 1 RAM LAMB; 6 HORSES & COLTS, including Cart Mare in foal, ditto, Cart Mare, four-years-old, two- years-old Cart Colt, yearling ditto, yearling -Nag Colt; 11 STRONG PIGS, about 40 head of Fowls, Ducks, and Geese. IMPLEMENTS include n.w. cart, Hin. wheel wagon, market trap, mowing machine, chaff cutter and horse works, pulper, pigs' troughs, wheel plough, swing- dit'o, iron barrows, horse hoe, scuffler, cylinder roller, bouting plough, horse rake, cattle crib, wheelbarrow, tubs. long, short, and g.o. harness, trap harness, sundry tools, &c. PRODJJCE—10 sacks wheat, 15 sacks white oats, half-ton of potatoes, rick of hay, wheat and oat straw in boultings, swedes and mangolds, 400 gallons cider, 50 acres of grass keep until 2nd February. 1905. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE & DAIRY UTENSILS, comprising wood and iron bedsteads, feather beds, linen, toilet glasses, chest of Orawer-, mattresses, dress tables, 8-day grandfather's clock in oak case, oak dreser, corner cupboard, barometer, oak and deal tables, Windsor and arm chairs, settle, oak chest, double gun, single ditto, milk pans, vats, cheese press, and numerous other lots. Sale at 1 o'clock prompt. Auctioneers' Offices-The Willows, Usk. I Printing of all Descriptions the Office of this Paper. Hunting Appointments. THE LLANGIBBY HOUNDS WILL MEET ON Tuesday, December 6th. Windmill Wood At Eleven o'clock. Friday, December 9th The Greyhound, Llan- At Eleven o'clock. trissent MONMOUTHSHIRE HOUNDS WILL MEET ON Monday, December 5th. Pontrilas At 11.30 o'clock. Thursday, December 8th..Three Salmon's, Graig At Eleven o'clock. MR. CURRE'S HOUNDS WILL MEET ON Monday, December 5th Pwllmeyric Lodge At Eleven o'clock. Thursday, December Sth Gethley Wood At Eleven o'clock. 4th Volunteer Battalion South Wales Borderers. G COMPANY, USK. RECRUITS. Intending Recruits are requested to call at the Armoury on Tuesday next, at 7.30 p.m. for enrolment. By order, H. J. WILLCOX, Captain, Commanding G Company. County Courts in Circuit 24. COURTS will be held at the several Court-town J on this Circuit, before His Honour JUDGE OWEN, the Judge thereof, on the days and at the me hereunder mentioned a.m. Nov. Dec. Jan. Time, I Cbepstow 10 — 5 Barrv 10 1 6 10 Cardiff 10 2 7 11 10 3 8 12 „ 10 4 9 13 10 5 10 14 Abergavenny 10 12 Blaenavon 10 7 16 Tredegar 9.30 8 13 17 Pontypool. 10 9 14 18 Newport 10.30 10 15 19 10.30 11 16 20 Monmouth. 10 12 20 24 Ross 9,30 3 Crickhowell 11 2 Usk 11 1 -=- Cyclists, Light Up! Saturday, Dec, 3rd 4.51 Sundav, 4th 4.51 Monday, 5th 4.50 Tuesday, 6th. 4.50 Wednesday, 7th. 4.49 Thursday, „ 8th. 4.49 Friday, 9th. 4.49 Saturday, 10th. 4.59 Being One hour after Sunset. 1PPOITtftENTS &c., FOR WKBK Ending December 10th, 1904. Dec. Sali 3—Pontypool Petty Sessions. Football-Usk v. Chepstow, at Chep- stow. Sun. 4-Second Sunday in Advent. Mon. 5—Usk Market. Sale of Live and Dead Farming Stock, at the I-lill Farm, Llaugibby, by Messrs. Marfell and Poole. (See Advt.) Pontypool Rural District Council Meeting. Tues. ro-Abergavenny Market. Chepstow Petty Sessions. Wed. 7-Newport Cattle, Corn, and Cheese Markets. Abergavenny Petty Sessions. Miss Maud Day's Grand Evening Concert. (See Advt.) Thurs. 8—Cwmbran Petty Sessions. Sat. 10-Pontypool Petty Sessions. Football—Uskv. Abergavenny, at Usk. Grouse and Black Game Shooting ends. For Printing of all Descriptions ,t 7 Try the County Observer Office. 1VJ:1Ss MmiAc-L Day BEGS TO ANNOUNCE THAT HER SECOND GRAND ItT I-iT MfC CONST WILL TAKE PLACE AT The Town Hall, CJsk, Oil WKMKSOIY DECEMBER 7th, 1904, at 8 p.m. The Proceeds will be given to the Funds of the USK RIFLBS CLUB. The following Artistes have promised to assist: MISS LILY THOMAS, So- Afia H. G. POWELL, crano, of Bristol, Da E. M. HACKETT, MISS GWEN HILLIER, Con- MR A. GRONOW, and tralto, of Newport, MR W. NAISHE, of Miss AMY ELLIOTT. Newport. HEiiR KARL HOFFMANN, Violinist, of Birmingham. Concluding with a Laughable Absurdity, entitled "AUNT REBECCA," in which the following will take put :-MeBsrs H. G. Powell, F. Morgan, E. Hackett, D. H. Lewis, and E. B. Haynes. Doors Open at 7.30. Commence at 8 p.m. Tickets: Reserved, 2s, Second, Is, Gallery, 6d. Plau of Hall with Miss DAY, Glen Holme. USli Volunteer Shooting. Captain H. J. Willcox, commanding G (Usk) Company 4th V.B.S.W.B., begs to acknowledge the receipt of the following subscriptions towards the Company Prize Shooting Fund. and to return his t hanks and the thanks of the Company for the kind support thus afforded :— £ 8. d. Colonel H. Burton, V.D. 1 1 0 Colonel A. J. T. Goss, V.D. I 1 0 Mr Lewis Haslam I 1 0 Mr A. A. Williams, J.P. 110 Captain H. J. Willcox I 1 0 Marquis de la Pasture .100 Colonel the HonF. C. Morgan, M.P. 1 0 0 The Ri-bt, Hoii Lord Tredegar 1 0 0 Mr E E. Micholls 0 10 6 Captain S. M. Williams. 0 10 6 Colonel Courtenay Morgan 0 10 0 Mrs Nicholl. 0 10 0 M, R. Rickards, J.P. 0 10 0 Mr Pryce-Jenkins 0 10 0 Mr W: S. Gustard .0100 Mrs Lister 0 10 0 Dr E. 1.\i. Hackett 0 10 0 Lieut.-Colonel W. D. Steel. V.D. 0 5 0 Colonel Ivor Herbert 0 5 0 Deaconess E!eanor 0 5 0 Mr J. T. Davies, J.P.050 Mr A. E. Bowen 0 5 0 Mr H. Freeman 0 5 0 Major Trevor 0 5 0 MrS. A. Hiley 0 5 0 Mr John Jenkins 0 5 0 Mr Daniel Pryce 0 5 0 Mr C Russell Gray 0 5 0 Mr N. Owen. 0 5 0 Mr J. Parker .050 Mr W. Smith .050 Rev H. B. Robinson 0 o 0 Mr H. Humphreys, J.P. 0 5 0 Mr A. H. Watkins .050 Mr J. M. Watkins .040 Mr R. Morgan .040 Mr Flemming 0 3 0 Rev P. L. C. Nash .026 Mr H. S. Gustard 0 2 6 Mr V. Crichton .026 Mrs Crichton .026 Father Heneka 0 2 6 r E Waddington .026 Mr H. Ault 0 2 6 Mr Frank Jennings, J.P.026 Mr R. A. Rogers 0 2 6 Mr A. G. Wallace 0 2 6 Mr P. Williams 0 2 6 Mr Thos. Rees .026 Mrs A. Satchell ..026 Dr A. G. S. Logie 0 2 6 Rev Shelley Plant 0 2 6 Mr T. Cozens 0 2 6 Mr J. Chilton 0 2 6 Mr Wm. Thomas 0 2 6 Mr Wm. Btintiing 0 2 6 Mr J. Hennessey 0 2 6 Mr T. J. Smith 0 2 6 M r E. W. Waters 0 2 6 MissEvatis 0 2 6 MrJ Davies.. 0 2 6 Mr J. J. Edwards 0 2 6 M r C A. Mortimer 0 2 0 Mrs Oliver Davies 0 2 0 Mr W. B. Gething 0 2 0 Mr A. W. Trotmaa 0 2 0 Rev J. W. Osman .020 Miss S. Crawley .020 Mr W. Workman,senr. 0 2 0 Mr A. J. Smart 0 2 0 Mr F. W. Gibson 0" 2 0 Mr C. R. Davies .020 Mr Geo. Edmunds, senr. 0 2 0 Mr E. B. Haynes 0 2 0 Mr P. Ault 0 2 0 Mr and Mrs T. Jones 0 2 0 Mr T. Probert.020 M r V E. Jones 0 2 0 Mrs Cherry 0 2 0 Mr Thos. Rees .020 Mrs E. Mayberry 0 2 0 Mr L. S. Davies .020 Mr W. Marfell 0 2 0 Mr A. F. Lucas .010 Mr — Phillips.010 Mr W. Farley 0 1 0 Mr S. Sead. 0 1 0 Mr G.Evans. 0 1 0 A Friend 0 1 0 Mrs Workman .010 Mr R. Etheridge .010 Mr L. East .010 MrJ. Grady.010 Mr W. Arnold 0 1 0 M r T. Chambers .010 Mr H. Attwood .010 Rev J. G. Williams 0 1 0 Mr Ted Thomas .010 MrG. Smith.010 Mr H. Marfell .010 Mr E. Rowen .010 Mrs S. Joseph 0 1 0 Mr J. Fricker 0 1 0 Mr T. J. Parry .010 Mr G. French 0 0 6 Mr W. Workman, junr. 0 0 6 Miss Merrett 0 0 6 Mr W. Hobbs (value) 0 2 6 Mr A. Rivers Bottle of Wine. Bargains! Bargains!! Bargains Bazaar Surplus Stock & RUMMAGE SALE, LLANBADOC PARISH ROOM, Wednesday; December 14". 3 to 6 p.m. Iucluding a Choice Selection of Plain and Fancy Needlework. Admission ( A-dults) 3d. No reasonable offer refused Mr. W. G. Seaton IS open to receive Pupils for DRAWING and PAINTING. At own or pupii'd reaidenco, —Apply, Naw MARKET STREET, USK.

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