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THE PICTURE PALACE. I

iORIGINAL ,POETRY. I

BOSBURY. I

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DEATH AND FUNERAL OF MRS SIDNEY…

ROYAL AGRICULTURAL BENEVOLENT…

REDMARLEY. 1

.IMUCH MARCLE. j

COLWALL NE Ws-

BISHOPS FROOME.I

DYMOCK.

NEWENT.

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NEWENT. CONGREGATIONAL SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVER- SARY.—The Sunday School anniversary services in connection with Newent Congregational Church were held on Sunday, when sermons were preached by the Rev Stanley E Cox, of Gorsley. A special juvenile service was held in the afternoon, when rewards and prizes were distributed among the scholars. Following a social tea on Monday, a public meeting was held in the Church, under the presidency of Mr John C Shambrook. The year's report was given by Mr H Eves, addresses on the nature, scope, and character of Sunday School work, were given by the Chairman and the Revs. George Oyston and Kenfig Morgan. The singing throughout the series of services was bright and hearty, the organ accompaniment being ably played by Miss M E Douglas and Miss A E Gurney. The annual winter Sunday School treat was given on Tuesday. The scholars met at 4.30 in strong force in the schoolroom, where they were regaled with tea, bread and butter, cake, etc., served by the teachers (Mrs Snelling, Misses Iris Jeynes, Eva Baldwin, Mrs Green, and Mrs Jones), and the elder scholars. Tea over, the room was re- arranged, and several hours were spent in games. A series of gramophone selections were given by Mr F Green. Toward the close, the Paster called for cheers for the teachers and visitors, for Mr Green, for the gramophone, and for Mrs Eves, Mrs Davies, and Mr Baldwin for gifts of sweets. On leaving, each scholar received a packet of sweets and a bun.

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I LEDBURY POLICE. I

PUTLEY.I

KEMPLEY. I

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