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SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1914.…

I LOCAL NEWS. I

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I LOCAL NEWS. I I LEDBURY PARISH CHURCH. RECTOR: REV. F. W. CARNEGY, M.A., R.D. CURATE REV. O. F. R. STRICKLAND, B.A. ORGANIST MR. F. A. HOBRO. Friday-Choir Practice (full) 8 p.m. LESSONS FOR SUNDAY, FEB. 1. 4th Sunday after Epiphany. MORNING. I EVENING. Job 17. Job 28 Matt. 18. Acts 19, v 21. 8 a.m.—Holy Communion. 11 a.m.—Matins. Hymns 281, 630. 321. 12 noon-Men's Service (Rev E F Smith). 6-30 p.m.—Evensong and Sermon. Hymns 261, Anthem, 520, 21. Collections-Sick and Needy. Church Army (Captain Nash)—Church Room, Sunday evenings, 6.30 p. m. Daily Matins 10 a.m., except on Wednesdays, Fridays and Holy Days, when it is at 11 a.m. Daily Evensong at 5.30 p. m. Monday—Coal Club, Church Room, 10-30. Wednesday—Communicants' Guild, 8. CATHOLIC CHURCH, Southend Street. RECTOR-REV. F. C. LYNCH. Morning—Masses 9.0 and 11.0. Sunday School held at 3-30. Evening Service and Benediction 6.30. Mass daily at 8. Catechism each morning at 9. Benediction and Sermon on Thursdays, 8 p.m. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, High Street. PASTOR—REV. H. A. BARNES. Morning 11. Evening 6.30. Sunday School, 3 p.m. WESLEYAN CHAPEL, Homend Street. SUPT. MINISTER—REV. GEORGE DYER. giinday-10-30 a.m. and 6-30 p.m., Rev A JoDes. Collections—Home Missions. Monday, 7-45 p.m.—Wesley Guild. Thursday, 7-30 p.m.—Home Missions Meeting. SUNDAYS. Newent-ll a.m. and 6-30 p.m., Mr F Bullock. Staunton—11 a.m. and 6 p.m., Mr W J Bray. Pendock—11 a.m., Prayer Meeting; 6 p.m., Mr Davis. Redmarley-3 p.m., Mr Davis; 6 p.m., Mr Norman. Birtamorton-11 a.m. and 6-30 p.m., Mr Beard. Colwall-11 a.m., Mr Norman 6 p.m., Mr Adams. Much Marele-3 p.m., Mr T Bray. Boobury-6 p.m., Mr Buna. BAPTIST CHAPEL, Homend Street. Sunday—11 a.m. and 6-30 p.m. Preacher- Rev W Pontifex. Sunday School—10 a.m. and 8 p.m. Monday-Praise and Prayer Meeting, 7-30 Wednesday-Po W.E., 7-30 Friday—Christian Endeavour, 7-30 Ohas. Hodges' Bread, Standard or White, purity and quality guaranteed. Daily deliveries.-42, Bye Stieet, Ledbury. WESLEYAN HOME MISSIONS.—The annual sermons on behalf of Wesleyan Home Missions will be preached in the Ledbury Wesleyan Church on Sunday, February 1st, at 10.30 a.m. ahd 6.30 p.m. by the Rev A Jones, of Hands- worth College. On the following Thursday, February 5, the annual home missionary meet- ing will be held, when the chair will be taken by Mr H Bray, J.P., at 7.30 p.m., and the deputation will be the Rev-Benj. Lowe, of the East Ham Mission. Collections will be taken on behalf of Home Mutaions. John Haines and Sons, Practical Chimney Sweeps, Homend Street, Ledbury. All Orders Promptly attended to. Distance no object. Established 1830. LOCAL SUCCESS.—At the recent Cambridge University Local examination, at Malvern centre, Ernest H Hopkins, son of Mr E H Hopkins, C.C., of Ledbury, a pupil at the Russell Endowed School, was a successful Junior Candidate. OPENING OF NEW DRILL HALL.—On Thurs- day, February 19, the new drill hall in New- street, of C (Ledbury) Company of the 1st Battalion the Herefordshire Regiment will be opened with the annual ball of the Company, from 9 p.m. to 3 a.m. It is hoped that this function will be under distinguished patronage, to be announced later. Carpenter's Ltd. Ales and Stout are always reliable. Brewed for family con- sumption only. -Led bury AgentW H Alleyne, New-street. INVITATION DANCE.—An invitation dance will be held at the Feathers Hotel Assembly Room, Ledbury, on Thursday, February 12, from 8.30 p.m. to 3 a.m., for which Miss Fardon's band has been engaged. Tickets may be obtained from Miss Barnham, Miss Duncombe, Miss C Vaughan, Mr S Bowen, Mr R Duncombe, Mr G Haines and Mr E W Reed. HUGHES' TOBACCO STORES. The largest stock and variety in the town. See the windows. High class Hair cutting and Shaving Saloon. Razors ground and set. Umbrellas re-covered and repaired on the premises at the shortest notice. Second-hand bookseller. A large selection of second-hand books on all subjects. Any quantity second-hand books bought for cash.—76, Homend St., Ledbury FARMERS' UNION DI--iNEF.The fourth annual dinner of the Ledbury Branch of the Farmers' Union, will be held at the Feathers Hotel, Ledbury, on Thursday, February 19 next, at 7 p.m. Mr John Parry (Chairman of the Branch) will preside. Tickets may be obtained at the hotel, from members of the Committee, or from the local hon. secretary, Mr E B Thompson, Temple Court, Bosbury. Mr. C. W. Jessett's Band (violin, cornet and piano). Open for Engagements for Balls, Dances, Parties, Social Gatherings, Concerts, etc. Moderate Terms.-Apply, Mr C W Jessett, 22, Church Street, Ledbury. "SUNFLOWER" MINSTRELS.—For some time a local band of amateurs have been practising assiduously,and will blossom forth upon Ledbury and the district on Monday, February 16, as the Sunflower" Minstrels, and will give performances at the Royal Hall, Ledbury, on this and the two succeeding nights. We hear there is an exceptionally smart programme, and the proceeds are in aid of the Ledbury Ftvening Schools Prize Fund. A good list of distinguished patrons has been secured. Further particulars later. A PERFECT CurF.As is generally known, Camphor is a great antidote for coughs, cclds, bronchitis, asthma, and such complaints from which many suffer, particularly during the winter. Messrs Hooper and Co., the well- known and old-established City Chemists, of London Bridge, have bought the proprietaly rights of Camthol (Dr Matthias' prescription, syrup of camphor cough linctus). The testi- monials shown us, received from ladies and gentlemen of station and repute, Mdme Adelina Patti, Lord Sherborne, Lord Bishop of St Albans, Canon Wilberforce, and many others, go a long way to prove its efficacy, ahd in our readers' interests we have pleasure in recom- mending Camthol," whose advertisement will be found in:our columns. George Lloyd (late James Lloyd), Chimney Sweep, Church Lane, Ledbury. Distance no object. Prompt and personal attention to all orders. THE NATIONAL HUNT STEEPLECHASES.—En- tries for the National Hunt Steeplechase Meeting at Prestbury Park. Cheltenham, on Wednesday and Thursday, MMClI 11 and 12. have now closed. The entries are exceptionally good and as follows :First d,iv-NP.Liotal Hunt Steeple- chase 65, Cheltenham Grand Annual Steeple- chase 35, National Hunt Juvenile Steeplechase 27, Cotswold National Hunt Flat Race 23, and the Stayers' Selling Hurdle Race 33. Second Day—National Hunt Handicap Steeplechase 56, County Handicap Hurdle Race 29. Swindon Selling Steeplechase 36, Foxhunters' Challenge Cup 34, and Gloucestershire Hurdle Race 52. A Selling Steeplechase on the first day, and a Selling Hurdle Race on the second day, close on on March 3rd. Sir George Bullough, M.F.H., has made eight entries for the meeting with Ilston, Distaff, Royal Canal, Ballymacad, Simon the Lepper and Wavylace. and Lady Bullough has entered Sweet Tipperary. Are Your Eyes Right? We test them without charge and supply the exact glasses you need at very moderate prices. Spectacles and Eyeglasses of the latest patterns. Rimless and Semi-rimless patterns; almost invisible. Glasses ar* not recommended unless actually required.— MINCHIN, Chemist and Optician, 15, Westgate, Gloucester. HEREFORDSHIRE BEEKEEPERS' ASSOCIATION. —Sir James Rankin presided on Wednesday over the annual meeting of the Herefordshire Beekeepers' Association. The hon secretary (Mrs H B Mynors) stated that-, last season was excellent for the majority of beekeepers. No cases of Isle of Wight disease had been recorded but there were 130 cases of foul brood disease, in which every stock was destroyed. There was a marked increase in the exhibits. The accouBts showed an increased balance in hand. The desirability of expert advisers and inspectors was urged.—The Chairman, alluding to the destructive disease of foul brood, also explained the necessity of expert inspections.—Sir James Rankin was re-elected president of the associa- tion the Rev H and Mrs. Mynors were re- appointed hon. treasurer and hon. secretary respectively. The association has been making steady progress, and recognition of the society's good work has been made by the County Council, who have increased their grant from 210 to £ 15. J. W. STEPHENS, collector of FINE, ANTIQUE FURNITURE, China, Plate, etc. -26, Church Street, Hereford Near Cathedral North Porch).

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