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COLWALL NE WS. The Reporter is BOW on sale at the shop of M H Malt, hairdresser and tobacconist, near the Stone, Colwall. AN EARLY LAMB. The first Iamb of the season was born on Monday. It is the property of Mr Samuel P Pedlingham, Glover's Farm, Colwall Green. UNIONIST MEETING. On Friday evening next a public meeting will be held at the Workman's Han, Colwall, under the auspices of the Col wall Branch of the South Herefordshire Unionist Association, when Captain Clive, M.P., will address his constituents, and Mr WAS Hewins, M.P. for the city of Hereford will also speak. The chair will be taken at 8 o'clock by Mr 0 N Holt- Needham. BOWLING CLUB. A meeting of members of the above Club was held at the Workman's Hall on Wednesday night, for the purpose of devising means to wipe off the debt of C2 63 lid on the Club, and it was resolved, on the motion of Mr A T Waters, seconded by Mr A J Manton, that the Hon. Secretary be asked to start a subscription list to discharge the outstanding debt, and that the meeting stand adjourned till a date later in the year. The sum of 15s was promised towards the list at the meeting. TREAT. The girls of the Wyche Free Church Sunday Sehool were entertained to their annual Christ- mas Treat on Wednesday evening. The children, together with a large number of parents, were provided with a substantial tea., which waS thoroughly appreciated. Afterwards the Christ- mas tree was relieved of its large assortment of toys, etc., the children being at lowed to choose one themselves. Prizes were also presented by Miss Ada Ballard for regular attendance and good conduct. At the close buns, oranges, sweets, etc., were distributed to the children, and all appeared to have thoroughly enjoyed themselves. CHOIR SUPPER. Ab the kind invitation of the Rector and Mrs Harris, the adult members of the choir of the Parish Church, together with their wives and friends, were entertained at the Rectory on Monday night. The party, numbering about 30, assembled at the Rectory at 8 o'clock, when a substantial supper was provided, and after- wards a very convivial evening was spent. Numerous indoor games were indulged in, and at intervals songs were given by the Rector and Mr C Pedlingham, and pianoforte solos by Mr T F Davis (organist). The choir also rendered carols. At the close a hearty vote of thanks was accorded the Rector and Mrs Harris for their kind hospitality, on the motion of Mr C Pedlingham. The Rector, in reply, said that he was pleased to see them all present and hoped they had had an enjoyable time.

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