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OUR WEEKLY CALENDAR.

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ILEDBURY WOMEN'S LIBERALI…

THE PICTURE PALACE.

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HUNTING..1

I A FORMER MASTER OF THE LEDBURY.…

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DYMOCK. 1 New and Second Hand Cycles for sale or hire. Pram Tyres wired on. Electric Pocket Lamps and Refills in stock. Motor Cycle aDd other Tyres and Outfits.-W. Ducffleld, Cycle Agent, Dymock. A DYMOCK BUTCHER'S AFFAIRS.—A meeting of the creditors of Albert Mayo, of Dymock, butcher, was convened to be held at the offices of the Official Receiver (Mr Charles Scott), Station road, Gloucester, on Thursday at noon. The debtor's statement showed gross liabilities amounting to 2376 18s 7d., of which EMI 6s 3d was placed down as expected to rank for divi- dend. The assets were estimated at j341 2s 2d, and after deducting 211 12a 4d for preferential creditors there remained a deficiency of £311 16s 5d. The cause of failure alleged by debtor was "bad trade." The creditors who had rovedwere: J M Scott, Newent, j36 7s 6d; Josiah Stallard, Worcester, 21 Os 6d; and Earl Beauchamp, J315 14s 8d. The debtor and his wife were present, but no creditors, and the former was also legally represented by Mr J A Fossick (from the office of Mr A Lionel Lane). The Official Receiver presided, and the case remains in his hands as trustee.

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LEDBURY AND DISTRICT AIR-RIFLE…

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