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\M is tie Point/ \?7 We are Dot all the Biggest, Best, SLXJL€3L Claeapest, But you may judge for yourself The Magnitude of our Stock, The Quality of our Goods, and The Moderateness of our Prices, BY VISITING (it II Fllffll COIdSBl COMMEll f Li L STREET, NEWPORT. Catalogues Free. Free Delivery. JOHN H. RENNIK Member of the Auctioneers Institute by Exam- ination.) AGRICULTURAL AND GENERAL AUC- TIONEER, TENANT RIGHT & TIMBER VALUER, SURVEYOR, LAND AGENT, BOrEL AND INSURANCE BROKER. Newport. Usk, 9" Chepstow Districts. Sales of Fat and Store Stock in NEWPORT, USE, 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, 062.5. Telegrams, Rennie Auction Fixtures. 1904. Early date—Furniture and Outside Effects, at the Five Halls, Shirenewon. 13-Christmas Fat S^ck 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. Town Hall, Usk. SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. MESSRS MARFELL & POOLE will SELL BY AUCTION, without reserve, on MONDAY, DECEMBER 19TH, 1904 (Market Day), several lots of useful Household Furniture, DAIRY UTENSILS, and OTHER EFFECTS, removed for convenience of Sale. COMPRISING— Mahogany dining table, Windsor, cane-seated, and arm chairs, kitchen table with drawers, deal tables, chiffonier, fenders and fire irons, barrel churn, large block, tin cheese bowl, milk puns, tubs, benches, bacon rack, cooler, dress tables, wash stands, iron bedsteads, feather beds, mat- tresses, tools, and sundry other lots. Sale at 2 o'clock in the Afternoon, Auctioneers' Oilices-The Willows. Usk. Printing of all Descriptions the Office of this Paper. -O\I.<v- By Messrs. DAVIS, NEWLAND & HUNT. Chepstow Cattle Market. CHRISTMAS FAT STOCK SALE, 1904. MESSRS D VIS, NEWLAND, and Hunt will hold their Annual Sale of Fat Stock, in the above Market, on TUESDAY NEXT, DECEMBER 13TH, 1904. Present Entries include QAA RIPE FAT BULLOCKS, MAIDEN 'wV/vy HEIFERS, and COWS, including a large entry of Grand West Highland Bullocks. from EDWARD OURRE, Esq.; JAA EXCEEDINGLY PRIME FAT SHEEP ivv and LAMBS, including some grand two-year-old Down Wethers and Lambs, and Welsh Mountain Wethers and Lambs QAA of the choicest dairy-fed PORKER and 4\JKJ BACON PIGS. The above Stock is of excellent quality, and has been fed expressly for this Sale. A week's keep will be given on the greater portion, and every assistance rendered in the trucking. Sale to commence with the Sheep at 10.30 a.m. sharp. Chepstow, December, 1904. I 3>JOtiOO. I CHEPSTOW URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL. Market Days. Beginning with the year 1905, the Chepstow Stock Markets will be Held Fortnightly, commencing from TUESDAY, JANUARY 10TH, 1905. Annual Wool Fair, JUNE 22ND. Annual Horse Fair, AUGUST 8TH. Annual Stock Sheep Fairs, SEPTEMBER 5TH and 19th, 1905. FOTHERGILL EVANS, Clerk. Bank Chambers Chepstow, November 2sth, 1904. .=- .r- .Jr- Bargains! Bargains!! Bargains! Bazaar Surplus Stock & RUMMAGE SALE, LL\NBADOC PARISH ROOM, Wed.nesday; December 14th. 3 to 6 p.m. Including a Choice Selection of Plain and Fancy Needlework. Admission ( Adults) 3d. No reasonable offer refused ::=t:7"_ ¿ Mr. W G. Seaton t, IS open to receive Pupils for DRAWING and PAINTING. At own or pupil's residenco, Apply, NEW MARKET STREET, USK. For PHnting of all Descriptions Try the County Observer Office. -i'il' Br J.Collis Browne's ^hlcr^lrX The? ORIGINAL and ONLY GENUINE. f&g The Best Remedy known for lift ^j* ifcljj fff Admitted by the Profession B ff COUGHS, COLDS, L*3| 1 ■ ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS, Rvfope *^11! Effectually cuts short all ||| I ■ CONSUMPTION. ^Th^oia' ffl DIARRHOEA™ itill» NEURALGIA. TOOTHACHE, 3 V CHOLERA'and BplS GOUT, RHEUMATISM. M DV^ENTP E&V Overwhelming Medical Test[- j&sW s <w a« 1 EL s"* Y a ggggjgggggggjl mony accompanies each bottle. J SOLD IN BOTTLES BY ALL CHEMISTS. ^SBr j at 1/H. 2/9 and 4/6 each. J 'J PfltHT,ttENTS. &c., FOR WKfiE Ending December 17th, 1904. DT;J. Sat. 10—Pontypool Petty Sessions. Football Usk v. Abergavenny, at Usk. Grouse and Black Game Shooting ends. S-m. 11—Third Sunday in Advent. Mon. 12-Moumomh Market. Tnes. 13-Abergavpyiny Market. Cbepstow Petty Sessions. Usk Urban District Council. Christmas Fat Stock Sale, Chepstow Cattle Market, by Messrs Davis, Newland, and Huut. (See Advt.) Wed. 14-Newport Cattle, Corn, and Cheese Markets. Abergavenny Petty Sessions. Thurs. 16—Usk Petty Sessions. Concert, Llangibby Club Room. Sat .\7-Pontypool Petty Sessions. Football-Usk v. Pill Reserves, at Newport. Cyclists, Light Up! Saturday, Dec. 10th. 4.49 Sunday, 11 11th 4.49 Morday, 12th. 4.49 Tuesday. 13th. 4.49 Wednesday, 14th. 449 Thursday; loth 4.49 Friday, 16th. 4.49 Saturday, 17th. 4.50 Being One hour after Sunset. Hunting Appointments. THE LLANGIBBY HOUNDS WILL MEET ON Tuesday, December 13th Catsash At Eleven o'clock. Friday, December 16th The Sluvad At Eleven o'clock. MONMOUTHSHIRE HOUNDS WILL MEET ON Monday, December 12th King of Prussia At Eleven o'clook Wednesday, December 14th. HilBton Park At Eleven o'clock Thursday, December 15th Agincourt Square At Eleven o'clook. Friday, December 16th Tregate Bridge At Eleven o'clock. MR. CURRE'S HOUNDS WILL MEET ON Monday, December 12th Tredean At Eleven o'clock. Thursday, December 15th Nine Wells At Eleven o'clock. iih Voluitteer 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. c- County Courts in Circuit 24. COURTS will be held at the several Court-town on thi« Circuit, before His Honour JUDGE OWEN, the Judge thereof, on the days and at the me hereunder mentioned Time, a.m. Nov. Dec. Jan. Chepstow 10 — 5 Barry. 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 Ttedegar 9.30 8 13 17 Pontypool 10 9 14 18 Newport 10.30 10 15 19 1030 11 16 20 Monmouth. 10 12 20 24 Ross 9.30 3 Crickhowell 11 2 Usk 11 1

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