Sales b? Ruction. POPE, SMITH,& ANTHONY (Late W. MANTON & Co.,) AUCTIONEERS, iAgricultural & General Valuers, HOUSE, LAND, ESTATE, AND INSURANCE AGENTS. VALUATIONS for PROBATE & MORTGAGE. rStock 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. t Houma, &c., to let Entered in Register Free of Charge. OmCES :— NEW STREET, LEDBURY, AND St. ALDATES CHAMBERS. GLOUCESTER. LEDBURY CATTLE MARKET. POPE, SMITH & ANTHONY Beg to announce that they will hold their "tlst Annual Special Spring Sale OF STORE CATTLE At the above Market on TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10th, 1914. Early Entries Respectfully Solicited. Auctioneers' Offices, New Street, Ledbury. THE EXPRESS, LEDBURY. POPE, SMITH & ANTHONY Have received instructions from the Executors of the late Mr Thomas Bottom to SELL BY AUCTION as above on THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1914, A Quantity of OUTDOOR EFFECTS, Including :— 4 CIDER Casks, Tramming, New Wheel- 4' barrow, Ladders, Pig Benches, an extensive collection of CARPENTER'S TOOLS, Carpen- ter's Bench with Vice, Cross-cut Saw, Garden and Farming Tools, Firewood, Tubs, Water Butts, the Excellent WOOD-BUILT SHED- DING, with Galvanized Iron Roofs, viz., Large THREE-DIVISION SHED (2 lock-up and 1 open) with 4 doors and covered with 35 SHEETS CORRUGATED IRON, FOWL HOUSE with 2 doors and covered with 8 LONG SHEETS CORRUGATED IRON, STABLE with Manger and Rack, covered with 10 SHEETS CORRU- GATED IRON, about 25 Couples of young lay- ing POULTRY, &c., &c., together with a quantity of Household Furniture, Including: 3 Bedsteads, 2 Feather Beds, Com- mode, Deal Cupboard, Mahogany Framed and other Chairs, Oak drop-leaf Table, Musical Box, GRANDFATHER CLOCK with Brass Dial and Oak Case, Double-ended Couch, Meat Safe, a Quantity of Glasses, Jugs and Cups, Hanging Lamp, Portable Range, Baths, Buckets, China, Kitchen Utensils and numerous other effects. Sale at 2-30 p.m. precisely. No Catalogues. Auctioneers' Offices, New Street, Ledbury. LITTLE EASE, LEDDINGTON, LEDBURY. POPP, SMITH & ANTHONY. Have received instructions from Mr John Shipton, who is leaving, to SELL BY AUCTION on FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1914, A Quantity of Household Furniture Including: 2 Bedsteads, Commode, Settle, Tables, Chairs, and numerous other Effects, together with the whole of the OUTDOOR EFFECTS, Including FARMING Tools, Iron Bars, Pig Benches, Jf Iron Hardies, CHAFF-CUTTER, Long Ladder, Wire Netting, Pig Troughs, Tubs, Heel Rake, 2 Churns. Set of Chain Harrows, 2-wheel TRAP, MARKET CART, Cow Ties, Horse Gears, Gun, 6 Empty Hogsheads, Quantity of Cider, Tunpail, &c., about 5 TONS of MEADOW HAY (to go off), and numerous other Effects. Sale at 2.30 p.m. prompt. No Catalogues. Auctioneers' Offices, New Street, Ledbury. TO LET, 11? Acres of excellent Grass Land at JL Aylton.—Apply, Pope, Smith & Anthony, Ledbury. TO LET, a convenien ?, semi-detached Villa in TBank Crescent.—Apply, Pope, Smith and Anthony, Auctioneers, Ledbury. TO LET, a superior Cottage, with large JL garden, near Ledbury. Apply, Pope, Smith and Anthony. Auctioneers, Ledbury. TO Let, at once, a Villa in Bank Crescent, JL Ledbury. TO LET, Laurel Mount, Ledbury.—Apply, TPope, Smith and Anthony, 4bury. r* 10 BE LET (furnished) for the Hunting Season X Gentlemen's residences in the centre of the Ledbury Country.—Apply, Pope, Smith and Anthony, Auctioneers, Ledbury. TO LET, a good Cocta?e at Newent.-Apply, JL Pope, Smith & Anthony, Auctioneers, Ledbury. rJiiLn F TDAVIS, ORGANIST, TEACHER of the PIANOFORTE and HARMONY, CI,ARESIGNT," COLWALL, MALVERN. Pupils Prepared for Examination. Pianofortes Tuned & Repaired. Pianofortes by all the Best Makers to order. DETACHED PIANOLAS suitable for playing on any Piano. 0 HUNTING APPOINTMENTS. LEDBURY. Saturday, Jan 24-Tite Kennels, at 11 Monday, Jan 26— Green way Post Office, at 11 Wednesday, Jan 28 —Jejs Green, Linton, at 11 Friday, Jau :30 -Long Green, at 11 Saturday, Jan 31—British Camp, at 11 The Master of the Ladbury Hounds begs to draw the attention of all who intend to run one or more horses in the Ledbury Poiut-to-Point Races that such horse or horses must be brought to his notice at least eight times at the Meet, and also later on during the day. NORTH LEDBURY. Saturday, .J ,.11 24 Bachelors Bridge, at 11. Wednesday, Jan 28— ltidgeway Cross, at 11 Saturday, Jan 31-Cradley New Church, at 11 NORTH HEREFORDSHIRE. Saturday. Jan 24-K,llIleJs, 11 L Mouday, Jau 2ö-llromyard, at 11 Thursday, Jan 29—Tbe Green, Feltoo, at 11 Saturday, Jan 31-Hope-under.Dinmore. at 11 Sales bV Suction. BRUTON, KNOWLES" 00. 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 Tre ty or to be Tri 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 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 2-YEAR-OLD HEIFERS & BULLOCKS, JL4: Cow and Calf, Heifer in Calf. 35 CROSS-Bred EWES in yean, 2 Rams. 20 STORE PIGS. 5 VALUABLE Working HORSES, a good assortment of AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMEMTS, and a portion of the Valuable HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, the whole jLl fully described in Catalogues, to be had of the Auctioneers, the Corner, Newent. BY ARTHUR G. GRIFFITHS. THE HILL FARM, ORADLEY. 6 miles from Bromyard and Ledbury, 11 from Worcester, 4 from Malvern. The Sale of the Useful Household Furniture, Comprising the APPOINTMENTS of Four Bedrooms, Dining A. Room Suites, an Eight-day Grandfather Clock in Oak Case, Oak Bureau, Antique Oak Kitchen Table and Cromwellian Table, Dairy Utensils and Outdoor Effects, GOVERNESS CAR, PONY, Harness, 11 STRONG STORE PIGS, Poultry, and other Effects, which will be SOLD BY AUCTION by ARTHUR C. CRIFFITHS (By direction of the Executors of the late Mr R Betteridge), on FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1914, Sale commencing at 11 o'clock prompt. Catalogues may be obtained of the Auctioneer, 70a, Broad Street, Worcester. BY BENTLEY, HOBBS & MYTTON. ASHPERTON, NEAR LEDBURY. Valuable Freehold DWELLING HOUSE & LAND And Goodwill of the well-established BAKER'S BUSINESS, Carried on by the late Mr George Summers. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION BY BENTLEY, HOBBS & MYTTON At the MITRE HOTEL, HEREFORD, on WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1914, At 3 p.m. precisely, by direction of the Executors A LL that Excellent Modern and Substantially- A. built Freehold Dwelling House, known as AT. HE UPPER HOUSE," about one mile from Ashperton Station G. W.R., with Front Garden, 2 Kitchen Gardens, Capital Bakehouse with ovens, Stabling, Loose Boxes, Harness Room, Sheds, &e. 2 MODERN BRICK-BUILT and TILED COTTAGES with:: Gardens. Also EXCELLENT PASTURE ORCHARD adjoin- ing, the whole containing 2A. 2R. OP., or there- abouts, together with the GOODWILL OF THE WELL-ESTABLISHED AND LUCRA- TIVE BAKER'S BUSINESS, recently carried on by the late Mr George Summers, excellently situate in a ring fence fronting the road leading from Ledbury to Leominster. Further particulars can be had of Messrs Hughes and Brown, Solicitors, Worcester, or the Auctioneers, Worcester, Pershore and Bromyard. R. E. DAW, Wheelwright Every description of WAGGONS, LORRIES, CARTS, FLOATS, etc., Made to Order. Farmers' Lorries 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. Hollubush QuarrU. SECOND BROKEN STONE, suitable for private, farm and bye roads, concrete and other building purposes:— Small Quantities 3/-per ton. 50 Tons and over 2/9 „ 100 Tons and over 2/6 „ SECOND ROUGH STONE, suitable for bottoms of roads, filling ip fold yards, etc Up to 100 Tons .« 1/4 pec ton. 100 Tons and over 1/2 „ QRAVEL or Chippings (Unscreened), suitable | for facing roads and paths: Small Quantities .4 2/3 per ton. 50 Tons and over 1/9 100 Tons and over 1/6 „ QRAVEL or Chippings (Screened), excellent material for concrete Small Quantities 3/- per ton 60 Tons and over 2/6 100 .1 f)ns and over 2/3 WASTE, suitable for filling in, etc :— I 6d. per ton. EASTNOR CASTLE ESTATE OFFICE, NEAR LEDBURY. public notices. PICTURE PALACE ROYAL HALL, LEDBURY. Manager-Mr L. P. HouLT. MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY, January 26, 27, 28, and 30, at 8 p.m., doors open 7-30 p. m. Two Performances on SATURDAY EVENING at 6-30 and 8-45, doors open 6-15 and 8-30. Special Afternoon Performance Saturday at 3 p.m., doors open at 2-30. School Children, 2d, 3d, 44. EXPENSIVE ENGAGEMENT OF "THE ATTRACTIVES" Comedy Oostume Party, Direct from a Starring Engagement at the principal London Halls and Pier Pavilions in their Latest Successes. Songs, Danoes, Original Conoorteds, Sketches and Burlesques. Dresses designed and executed by ALIAS, of London and Paris. Cost over £ 200. ENTIRE CHANCE OF PROGRAMME AT EACH PERFORMANCE. PRICES :-2/ 1/6, 1/ and 6d. (Early doors 3d extra). Plan of Seats at TILLEY'S Booking Office. Visitors from Colwall and Dymock will have ample time to see the 6-30 performance on Saturday and catch the last train from Ledbury. Thursday, January 29th, DR. BARNARDO'S HOMES' CONCERT. Monday, February 2nd. "THE QUEENS JEWELS." NATIONAL CONSERVATIVE LEAGUE. (LEDBURY LODGE). A BALL (Under the auspices of the Local Lodge of the above League), will be held at the FEATHERS ASSEMBLY ROOM, LEDBURY, On Thursday, Jan. 29, 1914. Dancing-S-30 p. m. till 2-30 a.m. TICKETS Gents, 2/ Ladies, 1/6, MAY be obtained from any of the following Members :—Messrs W S Bowes, Ledbury W Brookes, Ledbury; T Chadd, Ledbury H Cotton, Ledbury T Hooper, Ledbury T Howell, Feathers Hotel; W Howells, Eastnor WE Hyde, Ashperton F A James, Ledbury C W Jessett, Wellington Heath W Mansell, Ledbury E W Palmer. New Iun Hotel W Pedlingham, Ledbury C Smart, senr, Ledbury J J Tilley, Ledbury W G Witham, Ledbury or from T E Hewins, Ball Hon. Sec. M.C.'s—Mr H Cotton, Mr T E Hewins, Mr W E Hyde, Mr F A James. MR. C. W. JESSETT'S BAND HAS BEEN ENGAGED. W All Interested in the Conservative Cause are Cordially Invited. The ANNUAL EXCURSION will run on SATURDAY, JULY 18, to PORTSMOUTH. Full Particulars later. NATIONAL DEPOSIT FRIENDLY SOCIETY. In connection with the above, A CONCERT Will be held in the TOWN HALL, LEDBURY, On Wednesday, February 11th, 1914. At 7-30 p.m. Admittance by Programme, 3d each. See Bills. A. WABREN, Sec. P U T L E Y. A WHIST ? DRIVE Will be held in the SCHOOL on Wednesday, February 11, At 7-30 p.m., in aid of the Putley Working Men's Club and the Putley Boy Scouts. ADMISSION 1/6. LIGHT REFRESHMENTS. F. W. F. BISHOP. Constitution Hill, Birmingham For the Best Selection of Pianos & Player Pianos Prices in plain figures. Terms arranged, or discount for cash. FREE.—Illustrated List by Post. FREE.—Motor Van Deliveries. FREE.—Tuners Visit after Delivery. Early closing-Saturdays at One. A Popular & Effective Remedies. M Carboy Hair Tonic. Carboy Nursery Hair Wash. |f —j$L| I Household Embrocation. Backache and Kidney Mixture. Blood Purifier. f r A Chest, Throat and Lung Syrup. Indigestion Mixture. I V Rheumatic Mixture. Quinine and Phosphorus Tonic. Tic and Neuralgia Mixture. Children's Nutritive Tonic. Syrup of Figs. 7!d per Bottle. Double 7 id. size, Is. Sold only by— ARTHUR STEVENS, M.P.S. (Late FREEMAN), Pharmacist, 6, HIGH STREET, LEDBURY. CHEAP PREPAIDS 9d. for 20 Wordsur Three Six Once. Times. Times. B. d. s. d. s. d. MS ? ? ? ? g ? and under 9 1 28 words 1 0 2 0 4 0 36 words 1 3 2 6 5 0 Book" C 2d. extra. Stamps a1" not accepted, but odd amounts may be affixed to 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 ot 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 fo • them to be forwarded. SITUATIONS VACANT. WANTED, Gardener (single), to undertake TV moderate-sized garden in country must thoroughly understand vegetables, fruit and llowers-Apply, Y.Z., Reporter Office, Ledbury. WANTED, a General Workman at 2nd VT February wife to tie hops.—J T Rogers, Castle Froome, Ledbmy. W AGGONER'S Boy wanted.-Apply, T VV Calder, Canon Frocme, Ledbury. WANTED, General Workman, used to W stock; iottage and garden found.— Apply, Hainar, OMham, Ledbury. 6- ENERAL Workman wanted; good wages ￼ given cottage and garden rent free.-T E Davies, Hop and Fruit Grower, Pixley Court, Ledbury. GENERAL Workman, used to hops; wife tie Gexcelient cottage and garden close to work. —White, Little Marcle Court, Ledbury. WAGGONER wan led at Candlemas good W ploughman; wife to tie hops; good cottage and garden.—J Parry, Mitchell, Ledbury. ARM 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 Wig"Apply early (Dept. W.B.), W W Bell & Co., Ltd., Emigration Specialists, 9, Broad Street, Worcester. DOMESTIC SERVANTS WANTED. WANTED, for the country, a strong Girl of W 18 or 19 trained), to assist cook and house parlournisitl wages £ 18.—Apply, S Willcox, The Grar. a, Bosbury, Ledbury. WANTED, Cook General immediately.- TV Apply to Mrs Manton, Sweetbriar, Richmond Road, Stechford, Birmingham. GENERAL Servant, age 17 to 18.—Apply, F \3T W Juckes, 32, Homend Street, Ledbury. OOD General wanted.-Mrs Haynes, New U Street, Ledbmy. WANTED, young General Girl just left TV school might suit. — Apply, Mrs F P Davies, Aylton Court, Ledbury. COOK-GENERAL or experienced General small family; another maid kept.—Mrs Charles Edwards, 56, Palace Road, Llandaff. LOST AND FOUND. LOST in LeJbury, a North Hereford Puppy; JLt tattooed in the ear auy expenses paid.— Mrs Stedman, Yaikhill Court, Hereford. WANTED. A NTIQUE3 OF EVERY DESCRIPTION Ok. WANTED. High Prices given for Old Silver.—J E PAGE, Jeweller, 4, Broad-street, Hereford. APARTMENTS. APARTMENTS.— Large Sitting-room and .fj L Bedroom (unfurnished); pleasantly situated near church and post office.-Apply, by letter, G.M., Reporter Oiffce, Ledbury. FOR SALE. FOR SALE, Goose and Gander (10 months Fold), or exchange for a few youug fowls.— Apply, Huxter, Putley, Ledbury. ITlOR SALE, quantity of second-hand Shop and House Gas Brackets and Fittings; sell cheap.—Wilks Ledbury. NOTICE TO THOSE WHOM THIS MA? CONCERN.-Suit Farmers, Contractors, Coal Dealers, Market Carriers. -Choice of Ten Lincolnshire Bred Cart Horses and Mares, also Three Weighty Cart Mares, in foal to noted sire, 16 to 17 hands, 6 to 8 years, warranted sound, quiet, good workers Í11 all town and farm work 28 days' trial allowed prices £ "20 to £ 35 cause of sale loss of eotitract. -Apply, GORDON & SONS, Cartage Contractors, 1, Grimaldi Street, Southampton Street, Pentonville Road, King's Cro,s, London, N. THREE-Quaipfc'i size Billiard Table for sale; J. is very stiong and, in good condition jC12 —T E Davie", Pixley Court, Ledbury. GOVERNESS Car, varnished, condition like Gnew rounded corners suit pony 12 hands with cushions X8.-Ttiur8ton, Grocer, Newent. UPRIGHT Piano, walnut case, good condition 412.-Tiiar,%ton, Assembly Hall, Newent. WAGGONETTE, carry eight persons with cushions; £ .*».—Thurston, Grocer, Newent. WHITE Wyandotte (Lindner's) Eggs for TV Sale 3s. per dozen, all fertile. Wanted young Poultry best market price given.— S Lane, Staplow, I edbury. FOR SALE, useful Pony, rising 4, quiet to 1.1 ride or drive » also light Spring Cart,1 equal to. new.-Jenkins, The Retreat, Ledbury. FOR SALE, Gent's Eveniug Dress Suit, good JL as new, unblemished would suit tall figure.—Apply, by .letter, Box H.R., Reporter Office, Ledbury. PEDIGREE Shorthorn Bulls and Bull Calves JL for sale from the very best strains both milk and beef straps kept; separate stock bulls; milk recorsl kept. Inspection of the herd is cordially invited..Wilfred Hewitt, The Home Farm, Hope Eiid, *vedbury. I SUPPLY the World's best Triple-Tested J)L 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, founded at Laxey, in the Isle of Man, a mill for the production of good honest cloths. Anyone needing Drass Lengths, Suitings, Rugs, etc of unimpeachable quality, and beautiful design, is invited to send for patterns to THE RUSKIN HOMESPUN, 119, St George's Mill, Laxey, Isle of Man, or G Holyroyd & Son, 110, Station Street, Hudderafield. I PROPERTY TO BE LET OR SOLD. TO BE LET. LEDBURY.— Garden, Albert Road, Newtown. Convenient Residence, 423. Dan-y-Craig, F,35 per annnm. Roseville, furnished or unfurnished, jE30 per annum. Large Garden, Albert Road, Newtown, f2. Cottage and garden, Hillfields, Parkway, 1/9 weekly. Gentleman's Residence, South Parade, im. mediate possession. South Cottage, Malvern Wells; large garden; 425 Sporting Residence, XSO per annum. REDMARLEY. R The Old Post Office. TO BE SOLD. EDBURY.- Jtj House, Shop and Premises at the Upper Cross, Ledbury. 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 ing. Cottages, Woodleigh Road. 6 Freehold Cottages and Gardens, Parkway Two Houses, Bye Street. EDMARLEY.- Cottage and Orchard. For further particulars apply- HENRY GARROOD, SOLICITOR. LEDBURY. TO LET, Yew Tree Cottage, Munsley 4 Tbedrooms, pig's cot, shed, small meadow, and 2! more acres if required. -Cotton, Paunce- ford Court, Munsley. TO LET, Semi-detached Cottage in Bridge- T street, near Woodleigh-road; every con- venience. -Apply, D Smith and Son, Ledbury. TO LET, Tbe Firs," Bridge-street, Led- T bury detached house large garden, etc. every convenience.—Apply, D Smith and Son, Ledbury. MISCELLANEOUS. IMPORTANT TO MOTHERS.-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. v Sold I by Chemists. Agent for Ledbury-A STEVENS (late Freeman), Chemist, Market Place; Newent, H Whittles Colwall, Amos, Chemist. MILLIONS OF RATS HAVE REEN 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. R. 6. WAYGOOD < CO. DUDLEY, Agents & Merchants. Coir Yarns, Quassia, Hop Soapt Hop Pockets, &c. Ledbury Agent-Mr. A. G. T. BANKS. ENGLISH AND AMERICAN DENTISTRY C. M. DOVEY ATTENDS LEDBURY EVERY TUESDAY From 11 a.m. till 6 p.m. at Mr. PEDLINGHAM, Grocer, Market Place. ./i \Ä S i' TEETH AT HALF the Usual Cost. TEETIlFitted without extraction 01 pain, made en Vulcanite, Gold, and Alloy. Sets from One Guinea. We Re-make Teeth S"P ied by others that have proved useless, at a trif,F.Ig expense, and guarantee complete satisfaction Honesty is the Best Policy, So the eld 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 mouth 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.D0VEY, Anglesea House,Worcester Rd Gt. Malvern CHOICE PRESENTS! W. C. MANN'S Stock ÏI; complete with a Superb Collection of DIAMOND ORNAMENTS GEM JEWELLERY. SILVER PLATE. And Inexpens,ive Novelties, SPECIALLY SUITABLE FOR PRESENTS. W. C. MANN (Member of the British Optical Association), Chronometer, Watoh and Clook Maker, Goldsmith, Jeweller, Optlolan, Ao., THE CROSS, GLOUCESTER Telephone 98. THOMAS JONES, MONUMENTAL and 1 BUILDING MASON, i IN Stone, Marble or Granite M Monuments Cleaned and Repaired. j|||L Works— G.W.R. Station, Malvern Wells and Belmont, Malvern, Link. Private Address- Taynton House, Lower Wilton Rd., Malvern. IT WILL INTEREST YOU To know of The Astounding Value that W I lk s' Stores Are now offering in a hundred SPECIAL LINES. Here are a few English Cheese Good Quality. Slightly Tasty. 6!d and 7d. per lb Pure Butter Extra Choice. At 1/2 per lb. Nut Margarine Equal to Butter. Made from NUTS and MILK. Only 8d. per lb. Try a sample. TEA 1/6 and 1/8 per lb Remember Straight from the Chest. Self-raising Flour In bags. 3d., 6d., and 1 None better for Pastry, Cakes, etc. WILKS' CU I. j -If. Z t- rn á5 ::a Absolutely wind proof. Burns 20 hours for I pint of oil. Engliah made. J-in burner. Rivetted handle. Japanned red. Average weight 21b 5oz. Heavy wrought foot. Each lamp boxed. The finest lamp on the market. All the newest improvements. Price 2/6 each only. Also a large quantity of Burners snd Glasses to suit these lamps. Large stock of Foot Warmers 9 From 1/1! each. Note the Address- 10 & 11, HIGH STREET LEDBURY. NEW YEAR RESOLUTIONS! 1 Yoa've made lots of them, < haven't you ? Yes, and broken lots of them, too. So you've I decided not to make any more. s J Bat, every rule has an excep- J > tion." Here's your exception "I WILL BUY MY BEER FROM THE VINE BREWERY FROM NOW ON." << That's a resolution you will Ss keep, and you won't find it. hard either, for you will get the best value for your money. LANE BROS. & BASTOW, < < VINE BREWERY, 5 5 LEDBURY. Telephone—P.O. 12. painleS^S?tistry W. A. HOBSON, 4, Southend, LEDBURY. TnX7,T7'rFrX Extracted, PAINLESS X JJi J tj 1 XX Method. 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The lowest prem ums charged by Bay British Life Office. Write or particulars BRISTOL OFFICE2, Clare Street,. Application for Agencies in unrepresented districts invited. I M- ASK YOUR CHEMIST, I Grocer or Wine Merchant, I FOR BURROW'S "ALPHA BRAND" I MALVERN WATERS You will find them Superior in Purity M to all other Table Waters. ■ IF NOT KEPT IN STOCK, apply to I W. & J. BURROW, ]I THE SPRINGS, MALVERN. Malvem Soda, Malvern Seltzer, 3 Malvern Potash and Lithia Waten J Six Dozen, Carriage Pa?d. In Corked Bottles, Screw Stopper Bottle. and BLUE SYPHONS J. L. Larkworthy & Co., AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERS, WORCESTER, OIL & PETROL ENGINES (FIXED AND PORTABLE). CHAFF CUTTERS, fitted with DuõJ" 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 Boards. Mouldings, Skirtings, Cut and Sawn Lath, Weather Boards, Oak and Deal Field Gates and Fosts. Ladders, Ladder -nd Scaffold Poles. G-alvanisea Corrugated Iron Sheets. Noted Yard for Rough Boards, Scantlings, 80M other Timber, suitable for Shedding, Fowl-boutei Garden and Farm purposes. Telephone: Gloucester. -Oo.