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GLOUCESTERSHIRE FARMERS' UNION.

DYMOCK.

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DYMOCK. A DYMOCK BUTCHER'S BANKRUPTCY.—The statement of affairs of Albert Mayo, batcher, Dymock, who has been adjudged bankrupt on his own petition,shows gross liabilities estimated at £ 376 18s 7d, of which £341 6s 3d ( £ 190 7s lid due to 27 unsecured creditors and J3150 18s 4d due to one creditor for £.174- 18s 4d, who holds securities estimated to be worth £2.4) is expected to rank for dividend. Eg 15s is due for rent; and £1. 17a 4d for rates. The assets are estimated as folia ws: Cash deposited with solicitor for coats of the petition JE15 10s, stock- in-trade 10s, trade ifxtures, etc., J312 10s, and 41 good book debts JS14 12s 2d, a totil of B41 2s 2d, which, deducting Ell 12, 4d for preferential creditors, leave an estimated deficiency of JS511 16.,3 51. The cause of failure alleged by debt,or is bad trade.—First meeting February 5, at 12, at Official Receiver's, Station- road, Gloucester public examination, March 3, at 12. at Shire Hall, Gloucester. POST OB-FICE. EMTEJRTVIN VIKXT.—An enter- tainment in aid of the Rowland Hill Benevolent Society was given in the Rifle Hall on Monday evening. Mr Eustace Lord, a retired postal official, has organised a series of entertainments to be given all over the country, the first part consisting of slides illustrative of the work of the Post Office, the second half being musical items supplied by local talent and arranged by a local secretary. Mr Griftiohs acred as sec- retary for the entertainments, making ail the arrangements, seHing tickets, etc., and his efforts were well rewarded by seeing the room filled with a most appreciative audience, who in their turn were delighted at the excellence of the programme placed before them. Tho Sec- retary's eiforts were well backed up by all the postal staff, who vied with each other as to who could sell most tickets, and who also kindly acted as stewards. The Vicar acted as chair- man, and also kiudly lent a number of chairs, as the usual supply in the hall was insufficient to seat everyone. Miss Divies acted as accom- panist with her kindly willingness, and earned the gratitude of both secretary and performers. Programme.—Part 1 Post Office pictures, animated pictures. Part 2-Song, "Excel- sior," Mr Lord recitation, Mr M Cowie song (in character), Rags," Mr Griffiths song, Tom Bowling," Rev S Marston duet, Lar- board Watch," Messrs Lord and Rogers; recitation, Mr M Cowie; song, Anchored," Redwing," Mr W Strange; song, Mary, (cncore) Mr P Rogers; song (in character), ::BLAr,sy 'Varin," Mr Griffiths. "God save the King." The gross takings were £ 7 3s. There were also donations of El from Captain Smyth and 21 ls from Mr G L Ac worth. Printed and Published for and on behalf of the EXECUTRIX of the late TIIOMAS VAUGHAN, by WILLIAM S. BOWKS, Manager, at the Printing Works, New Street, Ledbury, it the County of Hereford,