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JOHN H. RENNIE 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. JJsk, 4- Chepstow Districts. Sales of Fat and Store Stock in NEWPORT, tTBK, and CHEPSTOW CATTLE MARKETS on Market Days. Horses in NEWPORT MARKET monthly. Furniture and Chattel Effects, SALEROOM periodically. Chief Offices and Saterooln:- 6 and 12, SKINNER STREET, NEWPORT. Nat. Telephone, 0625. Telegrams, Rennie Auction Fixtures. 1906 Aug. 20-Fat and Store Stock, at Usk Cattle Market. 21-Fat and Store Stock, at Chepstow Cattle Market. 22-Fat and Store St,-Ic. at Newport Cattle Market. 22-Cart and Nag 71 s, 4-Horse Brake, 2 Private Broui is, Landau, Harness, Lamps, &c., Newport Cattle Mar- ket, at 12 Me 11. 22-Hunter Brood Mare, "Baroness," 16.2, by Baron Furney," with colt foal. Winner at local shows, at Newport Cattle Market. 22-8 b.p. Portable Engine, complete, by Burrell, at Newport Cattle Market. 29-Fat and Store Stock, at Newport Cattle Market Sept. 19—Valuable Residential and other Proper- ties, Builder's Yard. and Workshops, in Newport, at the Queen's Hotel. 19-Leasebold Artizans Houses, No 1 and 2. Carlisle street, Newport, at the Queen's Hotel. Particulars and Catalogues to be obtained from the AUCTIONEER, 6 Skiuner Street Newport. Established 1849. NEWLAND, DAVIS, & HUNT, Auctioneers, Valuers, Surveyors, 9- Land Agents. Sales of Fat and Store Stock at NEWPORT Cattle Market every Wednesday; CHEPSTOW SEVERN TUNNEL, and LYDNEY, fortnightly: Offices: 19, COMMERCIAL STREET, NEWPORT, and WELSH STREET, CHEPSTOW. r rri 1^1 r^r IVOR MORDECAI, 11 Years with principal Firms, uarcoa and District, AUCTIONEER, VALUER, Local Markets Attended. 8, WINDSOR ROAD, GRIFFITHSTOWN. Abergavenny Horse Show and Agricultural Association. S T Anal EXHIBITION OF HORSES AND AGRICULTURAL STOCK. TOTAL, PRIZES, £4:00. Special Jumping and Trotting Prizes (£(0). SPECIAL TIMBERING PRIZES, 124- WILL ISB HELD IN Bailey Park, Abergavenny, ON Thursday, 6th September, 1906. IW SPECIAL ATTRACTION. -ft- The Tillery Colliery Prize Band (Abertillery), has been engaged for the day. Entries Close August 21st; Double Fees, September 1st. Secretaries:-Messrs JAMES STRAKER & SON, Auctioneers, Valuers, and Estate Agents, Abergavenny. :7 » County Courts in Circuit 24. COURTS will be held at the several Court-town on this Circuit, before His Honour JVDGB OWBN, the Judge thereof, on the days and at the timehereunder mentioned:— Time, a.m. Jane July Aug. Chepstow 10 18 20 Batry 10 5 10 7 Cardiff 10 6 11 8 10 7 12 9 10 8 13 10 t> 10 9 14 11 Abergavenny 10 11 — 13 Blaenavon. 10 16 Tredegar 9.30 12 17 14 Peatypool. 10 13 18 15 Newport 10.30 14 19 16 „ v 10.30 15 20 17 Monmouth. 10 19 24 21 Ross 9.30 2 4 Qriokhowell 11 20 3 ¥ak 11 1 — 2 u 7 Mating of all descriptions at the "Qonnty Observer" Office. Higher Grade School, Usk (Formerly Usk Grammar School). Bursaries. THERE are one or more vacant Bursaries of £5 i- per annum, applications for which must be made on a form which may be obtained of the undersigned on or before SEPTEMBER 8TH. NEXT TERM commences on MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10TH, 1906. FEES (15 weeks at 9d. per week) lis. 3d. Books and Stationery are found by the Managers. A thoroughly sound and efficient secondary education is given. Individual attention to each pupil. Pupils prepared for OXFORD LOCAL, or any Examination desired. All candidates for admission must pass an ex- amination equivalent to Standard IV. of the Elementary Education Code. An examination for admission will be held same time as above. For further particulars apply to the HEAD MASTER, MR. A. J. SMART or to me, the under- signed, A. H. W ATKINS, Ty Newydd. ^31 Mrs. Eliza Jane Jones, deceased. vr OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN (pursuant to the 11 Law of Property Amendment Act, 1859) that all Persons having any Claims or Demands upon or against the Estate of ELIZA JANE JONES, of Cefn- y-coed Bach, in the parish of Llandenny, in the County of Monmouth, deceased, the wife of Albert Arthur Jones of the same place, farmer (who died on the 28th day of September, 1905, and whose will was proved by Edwin Thomas, of Warren Farm, Pendoylan, in the County of Glamorgan, gamekeeper, and Elias Thomas, of Mountain Ash, in the same County, police- constable, the executors therein named on the 13th day of November, 1905, in the Principal Probate Registry), are required to send in the particulars of their Debts or Claims to the said executors, at the office of the undersigned, their solicitor, on or before the 28th day of Sepember, 1906. And NOTICE IS HEREBY ALSO GIVEN that after that day the said executors will proceed to dis- tribute the assets of the said Eliza Jane Jones, deceased, amongst the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the Claims of which they shall then have had notice, and that they will not be liable for the assets or any part thereof so dis- tributed to any person of whose Debt or Claim they shall not then have had notice. Dated the 14th day of August, 1906. EDWARD HORLEY, Solicitor for the said Executors, Andrews Buildings, 67, Queen Street, Cardiff. By Messrs STRAKER & SON Valuable Leasehold Residence For Sale. MESSRS. STRAKER & SON will SELL BY AUCTION, at the GREYHOUND HOTEL, ABERGAVBNNY, OW TUHSUIA-V, am. Qlcm OP AUGUST. 1906, at 2 for 3 o'clock in the Afternoon (subject to the Conditions of Sale to be then produced), ALL THAT VALUABLE LEASEHOLD Villa Residence. situate in the Parish of GOYTRBY, in the County of Monmouth, within five minutes walk of Nanty- derry Station, on the Great Western Railway. Post and Telegraph Office, and Church, and known as HEATHFIELD," now in the occupation of EDWIN RICHARDS, ESQ., and containing 3 Reception Rooms, 4 Bedrooms, Dressing Room, the usual Domestic Offices, and Pleasure and Kitchen Gardens. Good Water Supply. Possession may be had on the 2nd November next. Detailed particulars may be had of the AUCTIONEERS, at Abergavenny; or of MESSRS. GARDNERS & HEYWOOD, Solicitors, Abergavenny. LLANDENNY Fete and Athletic Sports, Under the Patronage of LORD RAGLAN and SIR ALFRED MOLONEY. On Wednesday, August 29th, 1906. usk Volunteer Band will be in atten- dance for Dancing. Races of all description will be indulged in. Admittance, Field & Tea, is. each. Full Particulars see Small Bills. FLANNELETTE. If purchasers of this useful material for underwear all the year round would buy the best English make, which can be obtained from all leading Drapers, they would avoid the risks they undoubtedly run with the inferior qualities of Flannelette. HORROCKSES' FLANNELETTES, made by the manufacturers of the celebrated Longcloths, Twills and Sheetings, are the best. „ MROCKSSS" JKs- 41 U [b J!I vedge every 5 yde Far Printing of alllhinds try the County Obeetver Office, HUNTING APPOINTMENTS. Mr Clay's Subscription Otter Hounds will meet next week (water permitting): Monday, August 20th. St Athan's Road At 9-30 a.m. Wednesday, August 22nd Llantrisant At 9'16 a.m. Saturday, August 25th Dinas Powis At 10 a.m. APPOINTMENTS, &c.. FOR WEEK Ending August 25th, 1906. Angust. Sat. 18—Pontypool Petty Sessions Cricket—Usk v. Newport, at Newport. Sun. 19-Tenth Sunday after Trinity. Mon 20—Usk Cattle Market. Blackcock shooting begins, Tues. 21-Abergavenny Market. Sale of a Valuable Leasehold Residence, by Messrs Straker and Son. at the Greyhound Hotel, Abergavenny. (See Advt.) Wed. 22—Newport Cattle, Corn, and Cheese Markets. Abergavenny Petty Sessions. Thurs 23-Usk Petty Sessions. Sat 25-Pontypool Petty Sessions. Cricket-Usk v. Abertillery, at Usk. 4th Volunteer Battalion South Wales Borderers. G COMPANY, USK. Orders for the Week ending 25th August, 1906. On Duty— Lce.-Sergt. Clift. Lee.-Corpl Waters. Bugler Johnston. Monday, August 20th—Company Training (for Casuals), plain clothes, waist-belt, at 7.311 p.m. Tuesday, August 21st.-Band Practice, at 8 p.m. Wednesday, August 22nd—Recruits' Training, belt and frog, at 7.30 p.m. Thursday, August 23rd. -Band Practice, at 8 p m Friday, August 24th—Recruits' Training, plain clothes, belt and frog, at 7 30 p.m. Saturday, August 25th.—Class Firing. Rifles from Armoury, 2 to 2.15 p.m. Members who have not yet completed drills, or Class Firing, are required to do so as soon as possible, or else they will have to be returned us non-efficient for present year. By order, H. J. WILLCOX, Coptain, Commanding G Company. Cyclists, Light Up! Saturday, Aug 18th 8.17 Sunday, 91 19th. 8.15 Monday, 20th 8.13 Tuesday, 21st 8.11 Wednesday, 22nd. 8. 9 Thursday, 23rd. 8. 7 ■Friday -24th.. 8. 5 Saturday, 25th. 8. 3 Being One hour after Sunset.

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