Sales bp auction. POPE, SMITH,& ANTHONY (Late W. MANTON & Co.,) AUCTIONEERS. Agricultural & General Valuers, HOUSE, LAND, ESTATE, m INSURANCE AGENTS. VALUATIONS for PROBATE & MORTGAGE. Stock Sales in Ledbury Market On ALTERNATE TUESDAYS thoroughout the year. NEXT MARKET, JANUARY 27, 1914. Order of Selling— Pigs and Store Cattle at 10 a.m. Sheep at 11.30. Fat Cattle at 12. Houses, &c., to let Entered in Register Free of Charge. OFFICES :— NEW STREET, LEDBURY, AND St. ALDATES CHAMBERS. GLOUCESTER. TO LET, a convenient semi-detached Villa in JL Bank Crescent.—Apply, Pope, Smith and Anthony, Auctioneers, Ledbury. TO LET, a superior Cottage, with large garden, near Ledbury. Apply, Pope, Smith and Anthony, Auctioneers, Ledbury. TO Let, at once, a Villa in Bank Crescent, TLedbury. TO LET, Laurel Mount, Ledbury.—Apply, TPope, Smith and Anthony, Ledbury. rJ10 BE LET (furnished) for the Hunting Season L Gentlemen's residences in the centre of the Ledbury Country.—Apply, Pope, Smith and Anthony, Auctioneers, Ledbury. TO LET, a good Cottage at Newent.—Apply, t Pope, Smith & Anthony, Auctioneers, Ledbury. A. A. SHORTHOUSE, Ltd., MEAT & CATTLE SALESMEN, City Meat: Market, BIRMINGHAM. All kinds of Cattle Sold on Commission. TELEPHONE—53 MIDLAND. TELEGRAPHIC ADDRESS 4 MEAT BIRMING'M. WESTERN AUSTRALIA Splendid Openings for the British Or. chardist and Dairy Farmer with Capital. Land Laws and assistance to farmers the most liberal in the world. Advances made to Settlers by the Gov- ernment Agricultural Bank from JE25 to X2,000, for improvements, water conserva- tion, stock, farming implements and other approved purpdses. Loans repayable in 30 years at 5 per cent. interest. Western Australian Apples and Grapes have won pride of place at the London and Continental markets. Large areas of Fruit and Dairy Land in the South-west District. Free Homestead Farms of 160 acres to male selectors over 16 years. Female Domestic Servants' Passages arranged by Orient Line for JE3. For full particulars and pamphlets, apply to- THE AGENT-GENERAL FOR WESTERN AUSTRALIA, 15, Victoria Street, Westminster, S. W PLACES OF INTEREST IN AND AROUND LEDBURY. Wellington Heath. This lovely hamfet lies about li miles north-west -of Ledbury. It is somewhat of a miniature Mal- vern, standing on hilly ground, though it is hid irom view from the town of Ledbury by the Frith Wood, behind which it is sheltered from the north. The houses are dotted here and there between the >two hills. The road leading to the Heath is rather hilly in parts, and its undulating formation gives it a romantic touch. Hope End, once the residence of Elizabeth Barrett- Browning, the poetess, is close to the village, but the building afterwards gave way to a modern mansion, built by ,the late Mr C A Hewitt, who was unfortunately "compelled to leave the place owing to it being gutted by fire. From the top of the Heath some I lovely landscapes are obtained. Bosbury. Four miles from Ledbury. Qttaint and delight- ful, was once an important place, the residence of the Bishops of Hereford. Its Church, dating from I'the 12th century, has a detached tower. There is a rfine oak-panelled room at the Crown Inn. The cashes of Edna Lyall, the authoress, are deposited in the Churchyard, where there is a cross erected -to her memory. Eastnor Castle. A little over two miles from Ledbury. The Castle da a fine baronial mansion, with massive towers, and ;is partly surrounded by a fine sheet of water. Inside the Castle are fine works of art, by the best masters, some beautiful specimens of tapestry, and an inter- esting collection of armour. Bronsil Castle. From Ledbury 2 miles. Once the residence of ,Lord Beauchamp, Lord Treasurer to Henry VI. Encompassed with a deep moat, overhung with ancient yew trees, supposed to be four centuries old. Jt jw now in ruins. The Raggedstone Hill. Famous for the cvurse, which, according to an old legend, falls on all who come beneath its shadow. The curse is the legacy of a monk of the ancient Priory of Little Mal vern, whose penance consisted of the daily ascent of the hill on all fours." The Herefordshire Beacon, or British Camp 1,096 feet high. Four miles from Ledbury. Some -very magnificent views may be obtained from the -summit of this eminence. Beyond the Beacon are the Midsummer and Hollybush Hills, whose sum- mits are also crowned by another ancient fortress and camp. The Camp forms one of the most inter- esting and attractive objects ill the district. The -summit of the hill is crowned by one of the most ancient hill fortresses or camps in the kingdom. The trenches vary from six to twelve feet deep, and -in some places 30 feet wide, and are capable of con- taining an army of L'0,000 men. The citadel is about 50 yards in diameter, and consists of a thick -stone wall, covered with moss, earth and turf, and defended by a deep ditch. This almost impreg- nable fortress is 1,100 yards in length, and 2,970 in ,circumference, and covers an area of 44 acres. In -addition to its historic interest a magnificent panor- amic view is obtained from its crest. The Jubilee Drive. A beautiful drive along the west side of the Hills, :from the Wyche to the British Camp. Most magnifi- cent views are obtained from it. Cyclists will find it one of the finest drives in the neighbourhood, the gradient being easy and the road bed well kept. Wynd's Point. Four miles from Ledbury, close to the British Camp. A very romantic, secluded spot, which for fouryears was the home of Jenny Liud, where she died in 1887. The Obelisk. On the Malvern Range, overlooking Bronsil Castle. It is 1)0 feet high and was erected in memory of Lord Chancellor Somers and various members of the Somers family. Sales bp Suction. BRUT0N,KN0WLES&Co. Albion Chambers, Gloucester. Estate & House Agents, Surveyors, Auctioneers, Agricultural, Hotel, and Timber Valuers, and Valuers for Probate and Estate Duty. AN ILLUSTRATED REGISTER of Proper- A ties for Sale by Private Tie ty or to be Let may be had on receipt of Three Stamps. No charge is made for the inserton of particulars unless a Sale or Letting be effected. Telegrams Brutons, Gloucester. Telephone 67. BY ARTHUR CLARK & SON. The FURNACE FARM, NEWENT. ARTHUR CLARK & SON Have received instructions from the Representa- tatives of the late Mr James Lodge, to SELL j BY AUCTION, on FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1914, At 12 for 1 o'clock most punctually, the valuable Live and Dead FARMING STOCK Comprising f* TWO-YEAR-OLD BULLOCKS, very ID fresh DAIRY COW in milk and in calf. Q/\ SHEEP, including 35 Choice Fat Root ??7 Tegs, 44 well-bred Kerry Ewes in yean t. a Prize-bred Shropshire Ram. SOW and Pigs, 3 Capital Sows in farrow, 3 f7 Prime Pork Pigs. 4 CAPITAL WORKING HORSES, including 2 powerful young Animals, rising 5 and 6 years. MODERN AGRICULTURAL UIPLE- iTL MENTS, etc., etc., the whole fully described in Catalogues, to be had of the Auctioneers, The Coiner, Newent. THE LOWER HOUSE FARM, NEWENT. ARTHUR CLARK & SON Have received instructions from Mr D Dowdes- well to SELL BY AUCTION on THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1914, Commencing at 12 for 1 o'clock punctually, his Valuable Live and Dead FARMING STOCK Comprising :— 14 YEARLING HEIFERS & BULLOCKS, Cow and Calf, Heifer in Calf. 35 CROSS-Bred EWES in yean, 2 Rams. 20 STORE PIGS. 5 VALUABLE Working HORSES, a good 'J assortment of A GRICULTURAL IMPLEMEMTS, and a L portion of the Valuable HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, the whole id. fully described in Catalogues, to be had of the Auctioneers, the Corner, Newent. W. F. WEST, Gieengiocer & Fruiterer, 38, Homend Street, Ledbury. All kinds of English and Foreign Fruits in season. ORANGES, 30 and 40 a Shilling. DATES. PRUNES. FIGS. LEMONS, Monkey and Tiger Nuts. Fresh Vegetables of all Kinds Daily. Good Assortment of Brushes & Baskets Good Selection of Artificial Wreaths and Crosses at reasonable prices. WREATHS and CROSSES Made to Order at the Shortest Notice. THE JEWEL BOX HAS BEEN FOUND IN WESTGATE STREET, Gloucester. FULL OF PRESENTS FOR ALL. HollybusMuarry. SECOND BROKEN STONE, suitable for private, farm and bye roads, concrete and other .ilding purposes:- buildSimng all Quantities 3/- per tOR. 50 Tons and over 2/9 100 Tons and over 2/6 SECOND ROUGH STONE, suitable for bottoms of roads, filling in fold yards, etc Up to 100 Tons .« 1/4 per ton. 100 Tons and over 1/2 GRAVEL or Chippings (Unscreened), suitable for facing roads and paths: 4mall Quantities 2/3 per ton. 50 Tons and over 1/9 100 Tons and over 1/6 GRAVEL or Chippings (Screened), excellent material for concrete :— Small Quantities 3/- per ton 50 Tons and over 2/6 „ 100 ions and over 2/3 WASTE, suitable for tilling in, etc :— 6d. per ton. EASTNOR CASTLE ESTATE OFFICE, NEAR LEDBURY. Mole Skins Wanted. "THE FURRIERS OF THE WEST. L AUGUSTUS C. EDWARDS and SONS, HEREFORD, are paying highest prices ever known. Largest buyers in England. Write or v particulars public 1ROtices. POST OFFICE TELEGRAPHS. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant to the Provisions of the Telegraph Acts, 1863 to 1911, that His Majesty's Postmaster General, having obtained the consent in that behalf of the body having the control of the street or public road between Pixley Court and a point opposite Knapp Farm, intends to place a Telegraph line over and along the said street or public road, and for that purpose to erect and maintain posts in and upon the same under the powers conferred on him by the said Telegraph Acts. By command of the Postmaster General. The Superintending Engineer, Post Office Telegraphs, Cardiff. 27th December, 1913. PICTURE PALACE ROYAL HALL, LEDBURY. Manager-Mr L. P. HOULT. I Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, January 19, 20 and 21, at 8, doors open at 7-45, the Splendid Cines production, HONOUR THY FATHER. A Beautiful and Touching Film. THE MISER. Wonderfully Realistic. TRAGIC DESTINY. By the Eclair Co. THOSE LITTLE FLOWERS.1 PERCY'S WOOING. Prices as usual :-Stalls 9d Pit Stalls 6d Pit 3d THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY, Mr. Percy Walsh's Party (See Advert). Books containing 12 Passes to Stalls for 8s., or 12 Passes to Pit Stalls for 5s 6d. Can be obtained from the Manager or Cashier, and admit to any performance. Visitors from Colwall and Dymock will have ample time to see the 6-30 performance on Saturday and catch the last train from Ledbury. Operator—Mr. A. TWELVETREE. Pianist—MM. IVY PELL. January 26th, 27th, 28th, 30th and 31st, AUSTIN'S famous. 11 ATTRACTIVES COMEDY CONCERT PARTY. Different Show each night. Brilliant and Refined Comedy. Book your seats early. NATIONAL CONSERVATIVE LEAGUE (BOSBURY AND DISTRICT LODGE). A SOCIAL EVENING, Preceded by a WHIST DRIVE, Will be held in the PARISH HALL, BOSBURY, On Monday, January 19, 1914. TICKETS 2/- EACH (INCLUDING REFRESHMENTS). Further particulars next week. NEW INN HOTEL ASSEMBLY ROOM, LEDBURY. THE WEEKLY QUADRILLE PARTIES Will be held as above r On WEDNESDAYS Until further notice, Commencing on WEDNESDAY NEXT, JANUARY 21ST, 1914, at 7.45 p.m. MR. C. W. JESSETT'S BAND. E. W. -PALMER, Proprietor. ROYAL HALL, LEDBURY, Thursday, January 22nd, At 4.30 p.m. LEDBURY LIBERALS invite the Mothers and Children to a GRAND AFTERNOON PERFORMANCE. Special Pictures and Artistes. Every care taken with the Children. ALL LIBERALS INVITED. COME EARLY. R.E. DAW, Wheelwright Every description of WAGGONS, LORRIES, CARTS, FLOATS, etc., Made to Order. Farmers' Larries a Speciality. Estimates Given. REPAIRS Promptly Attended to. OAK FIELD GATES Made to Order. POSTS SAWN ANY SIZE. Manufacturer of Spokes, Ladder Rounds Etc., Etc. FIREWOOD BLOCKS FOR SALE. New Market Street, Ledbury. THOMAS JONES, MONUMENTAL and BUILDING MASON, A IN Stone, Marble or Granite H Monuments Cleaned and Repaired. Works— G.W.R. Station, Malvern Wells and Belmont, Malvern, Link. Private Address— Taynton House, Lower Wilton Rd., Malvern. CHEAP PBEPAIPSI 9d. for 20 Words Undr I Three Six Once. Times. Times. a. d. s. d. s. d. MS 0 9 1 6 3 0 ￼ ? g? ? g g 0 28 words 1 0 2 0 4 0 36 words I 1 3 2 6 5 0 Booklrg 2d. extra. Stamps are not accepted, but odd amounts may be affixed wo Postal Orders according to Post Office regulations. Where the total amount of the remittance does not exceed sixpence, HALF-PENNY stamps may be sent. SPECIAL NOTICE. Applicants sending replies for Advertisements addressed to initials or fictitious names at this Office, are requested not to send original testimonials with their applica- tions, but to enclose copies only. ADVERTISERS using this office as an aadress for receiving replies to their advertisements under initials, etc., are requested to call for same, or enclose stamps for them to be forwarded. SITUATIONS VAC ANT. GENERAL Workman, used to hops wife tie \y excellent cottage and garden close to work. —White, Little Marcle Court, Ledbury. WANTED, Waggoner for February 2nd, used TV to hops cottage and garden for Mans- ley Court.-Apply. Robinson, Russell's End, Dymock. WANTED, Waggoner; new cottage and W garden close to work.-Taylor, Moor Court, Much Marcle. WAGGONER wanted at Candlemas good TV ploughman; wife to tie hops good cottage and garde?).—J Parry, Mitchell, Ledbury. W ANTED, an Eirand Boy.-Apply, G C W Spencer, Manchester House. Ledbury. FARM WORKERS wanted for CANADA JL. by our own Agents. Loans granted experienced men towards passage. Also for AUSTRALIA; assisted fares, lowest rates. Also DOMESTICS; fares fully advanced to CANADA or AUSTRALIA. Guaranteed Situations; Good Wages.—Apply early (Dept. W.B.), W W Bell & Co., Ltd., Emigration Specialists, 9, Broad Street, Worcester. DOMESTIC SERVANTS WANTED. WANTED, young General Girl just left school might suit. Apply, Mrs F P Davies, Aylton Court, Ledbury. COOK-GENERAL or experienced General; small family; another maid kept. -Mrs Charles Edwards, r>6, Palace Road, Llandaff. TT7"ANTED, Housekeeper, 35 to 40; family of W children girl kept.—Apply, by letter, stating full particulars and references, to Box W.X., Reporter Office, Ledbury. LOST AND FOUND. LOST in Ledburyl a North Hereford Puppy; JL< tattooed in the ear any expenses paid.— Mrs Stedman, Yaikhill Court, Hereford. WANTED. ORTGAGES.-Good sound Freehold and Leasehold Property Secnrities reqtiirel any sum up to ;C 12, 000. -Write, Box 38, Reporter Office, Ledbury. A NTIQUES Of EVERY DESCRIPTION d WANTED. High Prices given for Old Silver.-J E PAGE, Jeweller, 4, Broad-street, Hereford. PROPERTY TO BE LET OR SOLD. TO BE LET. LEDBURY.— L Garden, Albert Road, Newtown. Convenient Residence, X28. Dan-y-Craig, f-35 per annnm. Roseville, furnished or unfurnished, JE30 per annnm. Large Garden, Albert Road, Newtown, f2. Cottage and garden, Hillfields, Parkway, 1/9 weekly. Gentleman's Residence, Sputh Parade, im- mediate possession. South Cottage, Malvern Wells large garden; jC25 Sporting Residence, XSO per annum. REDMARLEY. R The Old Post Office. TO BE SOLD. LEDBURY.— L House, Shop and Premises at the Upper Cross, Led bury. Two Cottages and Garden, Parkway, front ing main road. Country House and Grounds, £ 1,600. Seven Building Allotments. House and very large garden, JE500. Building site, Albert Road, two plots adjoin mg. Cottages, Woodleigh Road. 6 Freehold Cottages and Gardens, Parkway Two Houses. Bye Street. EDMARLEY.- Cottage and Orchard. For further particulars apply- HENRY QARROOD, SOLICITOR, LEDBURY. TO LET, good House and Garden, Newtown, Ledbury.—A^ply, Mr Perkins, Myrtle Villa, Belle Orcharù. Ledbury. TO LET, Semi-detached Cottage in Bridge- JL street, near Woodleigh-road every con- vTeiii. ence-Apply, D Smith and Son, Ledbury. TO LET, Thf Firs," Bridge-street, Led- Tbury; detachcd house large garden, etc. every convenience.—Apply, D Smith and Son, Ledbury. FOR SALE. FOR SALE, Spring Cart; suit pony.—Neal, Jt' Albert Road. Ledbmy. T H REE-Quarter fize Billiard Table for sale; JL is veiy strong and in good condition X12. -T E Davies, Pixley Court, Ledbury. GOVERNESS Cat? varnished, condition like Gnew rounded corners suit pony 12 hands with cushions £8.Thurston, Grocer, Newent. UPRIGHT Piano, walnuL case, good condition C12 -Tlinrston, Assembly Hall, Newent. WAGGONTTÉ, carry eight persons with W,cushions; £ 5.—Thurston, Grocer, Newent. W- HIT Wya-otte (Lindner's) Eggs for Sale 3s. per dozen, all fertile. Wanted young Poultry ?at market price given.- 8 Lane, Stapled, L%bary. FOR SALE, use,1 Pony, risiqg 4, quiet to ride or drive also light Spring Cart, equal to new.-Jejokins, Tbe Retreat, Ledbury. lOR SALE, Gent's Eveniug Dress Suit, good i- as new, unblemished would suit tall figure.-Apply, by letter, Box H.R., Reporter Office, Ledbary. PEDIGREE Shorcfaorn Bnlls and Bull Calves iL for sale from the very best strains both milk and beef tqtzaiikii kept.; separate stack bulls milk records kepfelt Inspection of the herd is cordially invited.—Wilfred Hewitt, The Home Farm, Hope End, Ledbury. MISCELLANEOUS. I SUPPLY the World's best Triple-Tested Pedigree Vegetable and Flower Seeds. Before purchasing obtain my Catalogue, 72 pages, 76 illustrations, free compare prices they are most reasonable for reliable seeds.—Ellison, 160, West Bromwich. Established 1890. Cloths Praised by Ruskin The St. George's Guild, of which Ruskin was master, fonnded at Laxey, in the Isle of Man, a mill for the production of good honest cloths. Anyone needing Dress Lengths, Suitings, Rugrs, etc., of unimpeachable quality, and beautiful design, is invited to send for patterns to THE BeSKIN HOMESPUN, 110, St George's Mill, Laxey, Isle of Man, or G Holyroyd & Sen, 110, Station Street, Huddersfield. IMPORTANT TO MOTHEM.-Every JL Mother who values the Health and Clean- liness of her Child should use HARRISON'S "RELIABLE" NURSERY POMADE. One application kills all Nits and Vermin, beautifies and strengthens the Hair. In tins, 4id and 9d. Postage Id.—Geo W Harrison, Chemist, Read- ing. Sold by Chemists. Agent for Ledbury-A STEVENS (late Freeman), Chemist, Market Place; Newent, H Whittles; Colwall, Amos, Chemist. MILLIONS OF RATS HAVE BEEN SLAUGHTERED BY USING HARRISON'S RELIABLE" RAT POISON Equally good for Mice, Moles, and Beetles. Dogs and Cats will not touch it. Vermin dry up and leave no smell. Price 6d., 1° 2s. 3d. and 3s. 8d. Postage 2d. G. W. HARRISON, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agent for Ledbury: V. W. MEACHAM, High St Newent: H. WHITTLES. Colwall CLARK & AMOS. ENGLISH AND AMERICAN DENTISTRY C. H. DOVEY ATTENDS LEDBURY EVERY TUESDAY From 11 a.m. till 5 p.m. at Mr. PEDLINGHAM, Grocer, Market Place. TEE. TH AT HALF the Usual Cost. JL EE T HFitted without extraction or pain, made on Vulcanite, Gold, and Alloy. Sets from One Gninea. We Re-make Teeth Supplied by ethers that have proved useless, at a trifling expense, and guarantee complete satisfaction Honesty is the Best Policy,, So the old proverb says, and we on our part believe it. We send out none but honest work at lowest prices. Give us a call. It will Cost you Nothing, As we make an examination of the month and give an estimate of the cost willingly without charge. You Fix the Price You can afford to pay, and we will meet you. We do not ask, nor do we wish, our patients to pay more than their means will permit. Patients may always depend On seeing Mr. Dovey personally, as he does not send assistants to his branches. Permanent Address- C.H. DOVEY, Anglesea House,Worcester Rd Gt. Malvern FOR THE NEW YEAR. Diaries. Almanacks. Account Books. Calendars. Pocket Books. Farmers' Account Books. Xmas Crackers. Whist Prizes. Xmas Tree Prizes. Bookbinding. Prize Books. The Ledbury Almanack Is now ready. TILLEY & SON, The Library, LEDBURY. REASONS WHY RILEY'S should have your patronage in all matters appertaining to Pianos and Organs are numerous and convincing. A few will suiffce. RILEY'S have been the most Central and Principal Providers in the Kingdom for over sixty years. RILEY'S are also the Exclusive Agents for other makes which have obtained world-wide reputation. RILEY'S Business has been personally controlled through three genera- tions of the family, and the unfailing cour- tesy which has been extended to every patron in the past is cordially offered to you now. HENRY RILEY & SONS, CONSTITUTION HILL, BIRMINGHAM. Return Railway Fares refunded to Purchasers. A Popular & Effective M. Remedies. X 'K Carboy Hair Tonic. Carboy Nursery Hair WaJfc. J <§ £ I Household Embrocation. :'fev*v Backache and Kidney Mixture. mood Purifier. Chest, Throat and Lung Syrup. • ?? ? i Indigestion Mixture. I Jv J Rheumatic Mixture. Quinine and Phosphorus Tonic. Tic and Neuralgia Mixture. Children's Nutritive Tonic. Syrup of Figs. 7&d per Bottle. Double 7d. size, is. Sold only by- ARTHUR STEVENS, M.P.S. (Late FREEMAN), Pharmacist, 6, HIGH STREET, LEDBURY. OVERHEARD IX HIGH STREET. Mrs. A.: Good-morning. Have you done your shopping this morning ? Mrs. B. Oh, yes I have just come from Wilks' Stores. Mrs. A.: Really How strange. I am just making for there myself. Do you always shop there ? Mrs. B.: Yes. I have done for many years. Of course, I have very good reasons for doing so. Mrs. A.: Well, I am pleased to hear you say so. I certainly am convinced that the highest value is obtainable there, and the prices are most moderate. Mrs. B. Those are the points that I appreciate, and naturally one is able to economise in view of such facts. For instance, Wilks' Tea at Is 6d and Is 8d per pound, which they weigh up straight from the chest, is certainly the best one can get at anything like the price. Then their Freshly Roasted Coffee Berries are so very excellent that we make a rule of having coffee always on our breakfast table. Mrs. A. I quite agree. When one gets the best quality goods so reasonably, it is bound to mean a big save in the course of a year. I always say the best goes farthest. Mrs. B.: Yes, I have proved it. I find quite a pleasure in walking through Wilk's Stores, their display of seasonable goods is always worth one's attention. To-day I was attracted by the large variety of Soups, Fruits, Tongues, Jams, Jellies, and a host of other articles displayed. Mrs A. Yes! That's quite true. And Wilks' other departments are quite as inter- esting, and are most attractive; I mean the China and Silver departments. Mrs. B.: Yes, I agree with you. I've heard it remarked many times, that one could spend hours inspecting the thousands of articles displayed. Now I must really fly. Good-bye. Mrs. A.: Good-bye. NEW YEAR RESOLUTIONS! ¡You've made lots of them, haven't you ? Yes, and broken lots of them, too. So you'vo i t decided not to make any more. 5 J But, every rule has an excep- i J tion." Here's your exception "I WILL BUY MY BEER FROM THE VINE BREWERY FROM NOW ON." << That's a resolution you wtfi keep, and you won't find it ?> bard either, for you will get J the beat value for your money. A LANE BROS. & BASTOW, VixE BREWERY, 5 5 LEDBURT. Telephone—P.O. 12. ???6??? painle^ BMISTRT W. A. HOBSON, 4, Southend, LEDBURY. npT^TT^TlTT Extracted, PAINLESS X Hi Hi 1 XI Method. TEETH Artificial, from 91 Singla TEETH All Repairs Promptly jL XX attended to (any maker). 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Application for Agencies in unrepresented districts invited. r IIT ASK YOUR CHEMIST, f Grocer or Wine Merchant, I FOR BURROW S "ALPHA BRAND" I MALVERN WATERS You will find them Superior in Purity to all other Table Waters. IF NOT KEPT IN STOCK, apply to W. & J. BURROW, THE SPRINGS, MALVERN. Malvem Soda, Malvern Seltzer, Malvem Potash and Lithia Waters. J Six Dozen, Carriage Paid. 1 In Corked Bottles, Screw Stopper Bottles. II and BLUE SYPHONS mmiut J. L. Larkworthy & 00., AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERS, WORCESTER, OIL & PETROL ENGINES (FIXED AND PORTABLE). CHAFF CUTTERS, fitted with DIII4 Extractors, CORN GRINDING AND CRUSHING MILLS, CAKE MILLS, PULPERS AND TURNIP CUTTERS. Telephone—No. 46, Worcester. Telegrams—" Larkworthy, Worcester." J. ROMANS & Co., Ltd., GEORGE ROMANS Manager. TIMBER & BUILDERS' MERCHANTS, Docks, GLOUCESTER Large Selection of Well-seasoned Timber, Dea? Match and Flooring Timber, onldlngs, Skirtings, Out and Sawn Lath, Weather Boards, Oak and Deal Field Gates and Posts Ladders Ladder ""nd Scaffold Poles, Galvanised Corrugated Iron Sheets. Noted Yard for Rough Boards, Scantlings, and other Tireber, suitable for Shedding, Fowl-houma Garden and Farm purposes. Telephone: Gloucester.