Sales by auction. POPE, SMITH,& ANTHONY (Late W. MANTOK & Co.,) AUCTIONEERS, Agricultural & General Valuers, HOUSE, LAND, ESTATE, AIM INSURANCE AGENTS. VALUATIONS for PROBATE & MORTGAGE. Stock Sales in Ledbury Market On ALTERNATE TUESDAYS thoroughout the year. NEXT MARKET, MARCH 10, 1914. Order of Selling— Pigs and Store Cattle at 10 a. m. Sheep at 11.30. Fat Cattle at 12. Houses, &c., to let Entered in Register Free of Charge. OFFICES » NEW STREET, LEDBURY, AND St. ALDATES CHAMBERS. GLOUCESTER. LEDBURY, Herefordshire. POPE, SMITH & ANTHONY Have received instructions to SELL BY AUC- TION, at the FEATHERS HOTEL, LED- BURY, on TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 1914, At 3 for 4 o'clock precisely, All those Valuable FREEHOLD PROPERTIES, viz. Lot I.-That very Valuable FREEHOLD MEADOW and BUILDING SITE, Situate in New-street, in the Parish of Ledbury, and numbered 140 on the Ordnance Survey Map, Containing 3 acres 1 rood 12 perches (or thereabouts). Lot 2. —Those 6 Well-built COTTAGES, With large Yard, Gardens and Out-houses there- to, situate in South Parade, in the Parish of Ledbury Urban, and numbered 33 to 38 inclusive. The Cottages are let at rentals amounting to £ 44 4s Od per annum. For further particulars apply to Messrs. R. & C. B. MASEFIELD, Solicitors, Ledbury, or to the Auctioneers' Offices, New-street, Ledbury. RYTON, DYMOCK. POPE, SMITH & ANTHONY 'Have received instructions to SELL BY AUC- TION, at the FEATHERS HOTEL, LED- BURY, on TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 1914, At 3 tor 4 o'clock precisely, The following VALUABLE PROPERTIES, viz Lot I.-All that Compact ESTATE, Situate at Ryton, in the Parish ot Dymock, comprising Q WELL-BUILT COTTAGES, with Gardens ?) thereto a Brick built and Tile roofed COTTAGE, with large Garden and a productive ARABLE FIELD and SMALL PADDOCK, with large Barn and Fenced-in Fold-yard. The whole comprises 10 acres 1 rood or thereabouts. The property is bounded by the lands of Earl Beauchamp, a lane leading from Ryton to Broomsgreen, and the road leading to Dymock. Lot 2.— A PIECE OF ARABLE LAND, Situate near the Rock, at Ryton aforesaid, and comprising I acre (or thereabouts). The Property, which forms an attractive site for the erection of a house or a pair of cottages, is bounded by the lands oi Earl Beauchamp and the road from Bromesberrow Heath to Dymock. Lots 1 and 2 are customary freehold of the Manor of Dymock. but this tenure is generally considered equal to that of Freehold. Lot 3.—All those 4 COTTAGES, With exceptionally large Gardens thereto, situate at Ryton in the parish of Dymock aforesaid, and comprising in ail 1 acre 1 rood 28 perches (or thereabouts). The Property is bounded by the land of the representatives of the late Mr. John Birt (deceased), Earl Beauchamp, and Mr Chas Hill, and the roads leading from Broruesberrow and Bromesberrow Heath to Dymock. For further particulars apply to Messrs. R. & C. B. MASEFIELD, Solicitors, Ledbury, or to the Auctioneers' Offices, New-street, Ledbury. S ???????a??.?'-?.?.'? ? FRAMFF^ BEFOCM! E I G?N N fflSa miyCHKSTOjlT PAI.F. CHEAPEST. FENCING IN THE WORLD 'S' f ton ENCLOSING CATTLE. SHEEI. nonsts. PIGS OOCS. «ie. I We now deliver any quantity. Lance or Small. | Carriage Paid Irom Work» to any Railway Station in Devon. Oormt. Cornwall. Qlouccster and Somerset. 1 JSIotiV, ECONOMIC FENCING CO. LTD.. J MOUSE. BILLITER STREET. LONOON, | esMfcusAEP ovi» •• vuov 1
NEWENT. I SCHOOL MANAGERS.—The monthly meeting of the School Managers was held at Mr 0 T Price's offices on Tuesday, Canon W H Conner presiding. The School Attendance Officer's report for the month was as follows :-Pick letiasti Boys 90.1, do. girls 86 1, do. infants 695, Gorsley 87.2, Cliffords Mesne 94 total per cent. for the group .85.3. The visitors (Dr Campbell and Mr Crisp) gave their report, which was of a satisfactory mature. Miss Owen, assistant mistress in the girls' school, sent in her resignation, to take effect on March 31st, and also thanked the Managers for the testimonial "they gave her. GUARDIANS AND RURAL COUNCIL.—The fort- nightly meeting of the Guardians was held on Tuesday, Mr T H Hulls presiding. A large number of assessment appeals were heard. The Master reported the number in the house as 55, 4Ast Board day 57, as against 66 for the same period last year tramps relieved during the fortnight 150, as against 157 and 168 the two previous years. The Board acknowledged, with -thanks, the following gifts for the inmates: Tea, sugar, sweets, and tobacco, from Mrs Beechey tea, sugar, sweets and tobacco, from Mrs Conner papers and periodicals from Mrs Beechey, Miss Newbury, Miss Dyke, Mrs Snelling, Messrs W J Cook and Sons, Ex- press proprietors. Mrs W P Thackwell wrote thanking the Board for their vote of sympathy in her husband's illness. Mrs W S Hankins also wrote thanking the Board for their vote of condolence on the dsurh of her son. The In- spector presented his report, which included -various orders to house owners ftr improvements vunder the House Planning Act.
Sales bp Suction. BY POPE, SMITH & ANTHONY. COLWALL, Herefordshire. IMPORTANT SALE OF FREEHOLD PROPERTY. POPE, SMITH" ANTHONY Have received instructions to SELL BY AUC- TION, in 3 lot, at the FEATHERS HOTEL, LEDBURY, on TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 1914, At 3 for 4 o'clock precisely, All those THREE PAIRS of Recently built Semi Detached VILLAS With Gardens thereto, Situate near Colwall Stone, in the parish of Colwall, in the County of Hereford, within most convenient distance of the Railway Station and Post and Telephone Offices. The total Rentals are f.105 per annum, the tenants paying rates. For further particulars apply to Messrs. R. & C. B. MASEFIELD, Solicitors, Ledbury, or to the Auctioneers' Offices, New-street, Ledbury. LEDBURY, Herefordshire. POPE, SMITH & ANTHONY Have received instructions to SELL BY AUC- TION at the F E A T H E R S HOTEL, LEDBURY, on TUESDAY, MARCH 24, 1914, At 3 for 4 o'clock precisely, A LL that Valuable FREEHOLD PROPERTY t1. comprising a Well-built and Commodious RESIDENCE situate in a convenient position, near Bank Crescent, in the Homend Street, in the Parish of Ledbury, known as BANK HOUSE With extensive and well-arranged Gardens and Grounds, and the SUITE OF OFFICES adjoining. The accommodation comprises large Entrance Hall, 3 large Reception Rooms, 7 Bedrooms, 2 Dressing Rooms, Bathroom, Lavatories, large Room suitable for Billiard or School Room, Kitchens, Cellar, and excellent Domestic Offices. The Grounds comprise Flower Garden with Lawns and numerous Ornamental Shrubs and Evergreens, 2 LARGE KITCHEN GARDENS. Total actual and estimated Rent L85 per annum. For further particulars and orders to view apply to Messrs. Russell & Co., Ledbury and Malvern, or to the Auctioneers' Offices, New- street, Ledbury. BARTON FARM, COLWALL, 3 miles from Ledbury and li from Col will Stations. POPE, SMITH & ANTHONY Have received instructions from Mr. George Wadley (who is relinquishing his Milk Contracts) to SELL BY AUCTION on WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 1914, His Valuable Herd of 51 DAIRY CATTLE A COLLECTION of surplus Agricultural AL Implements, Several Sets of Gears and Harness, large quantity of Treakle Barrels, a Four-wheel Dog Cart, Brougham, and the larger portion of the Dairy Utensils including a Milk Cooler, Hathaway Chnrn. and numerous other effects, all fully described in the catalogues to be obtained of the Auctioneers. Sale at I p.m. precisely. Auctioneers' Offices, New-street, Ledbury. 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. THOMAS JONES, MONUMENTAL and BUILDING MASON, A IN Stone, Marble or Granite Monuments Cleaned and Repaired. Works— G.W.R. Station, Malvern Wells and Belmont, Malvern, Link. Private Address— Taynton House, Lower Wilton Rd., Malvern. CHOICE PRESENTS! W. C. MANN'S Stock is complete with a Superb Collection of DIAMOND ORNAMENTS GEM JEWELLERY. SILVER PLATE. And Inexpensive Novelties, SPECIALLY SUITABLE FOR PRESENTS. W. C. MANN (Member of the British Optical Association), Chronometer, Watch and Clock Maker, Goldsmith, Jeweller, Optician, Ac., THE CROSS, GLOUCESTER Telephone 98. A. A. SHORTHOUSE, Ltd., MEAT & CATTLE SALESMEN, City Meat Market, BIRMINGHAM. All kinds of Cattle Sold on Commission. TELEPHONE—53 MIDLAND. TELEGBAPIDC ADDRESS: MEAT BIEMINQ'M. Sales bp auction. BRUTON, KNOWLES" Co. 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 Let may be had on receipt of Three Stamps. No charge is made for the inserten of particulars unless a Sale or Letting be effected. Telegrams Brutons, Gloucester. Telephone 67. BY BENTLEY, HOBBS & MYTTON. THE UPPER HOUSE, ASHPERTON. 1 Mile from Ashperton Station G. W.R. 5 HORSES, COW in Calf, Fresh Barren ? HEIFER, 26 FOWLS, Rick of well-ended 1913 HAY (to go off), 3 Capital Baker's Carts, 2; Spring Carts, Light Float, Excellent Varnished 2-wheel Cart, 2-wheel Dog Cart, Spring Dray, 4-in wheel Cart, narrow wheel Waggon, IMPLE- MENTS, Albion 2-knife Chaff Machine, Rick Sheet, Wood's Mowing Machine, Avery's Weigh- ing Machine, Cider Mill, Cider Hairs, Harness, Gearing, 30 Iron Hurdles, 400 gallons of Cider, Empty Casks, Portable Wood Poultry House, Wood Erection of Shed, covered galvanized iron, Span Roof Cart Sheds, 5 Hives with Bees, Iron Garden Roller, Lawn Mowing Machine, Garden Seats, a portion of the HOUSEHOLD FUR- NITURE, viz., Old Oak Dresser, Grandfather Cloe-k in Mahogany Case, Corner Cupboard, Mahogany Dining Table, Mahogany and Oak Circular Tables, Chairs, Painted Settle Seat, Bedsteads, Washing and Dressing Tables, large Painted Bookcase, a few Books and Effects, to be SOLD BY AUCTION by BENTLEY, HOBBS & MYTTON At the UPPER HOUSE on THURSDAY NEXT, MARCH 12, 1914, At 11 a.m. By direction of the Executors of the late Mr George Summers. Catalogues of the Auctioneers, Worcester, Bromyard and Pershore. BY MESSRS. JACKSON & McCARTNEY. ENTRIES CLOSE NEXT WEEK. HEREFORD HORSE SALES. NEXT PRIZE SALE, Saturday, March 21st, 1914. c £ SO IN PRIZES. THE best Cart Gelding or Mare wins Silver TCupvalueXIO. A cash prize of £ 20 offered for best pair of Cart Geldings or Mares also prizes for Vanners, Hackneys, &c. Entries for catalogues close Friday, March 13th, 1914. Sale at 11-30 prompt. Prize Schedules and Entry Forms upon application. JACKSON & McCARTNEY, AUCTIONEERS. Craven Arms and Hereford. W. F. WEST, Gieengiocer & Fruiterer, 38, Homend Street, Ledbury. All kinds of English and Foreign Fruits in season. ORANGES, 30 and 40 a Shilling. DATES. PRUNES. FIGS. LEMONS, Monkey and Tiger Nuts. Fresh Vegetables of all Kinds Dally. Cood Assortment of Brushes & Baskets Good Selection of Artificial Wreaths and Crosses at reasonable prices. WREATHS and CROSSES Made to Order at the Shortest Notice. ,A gent for CARTER'S Tested FLOWER and GARDEN SEEDS. fSfpr Constitution Hill, Birmingham For the Best Selection of Pianos & Player Pianos Prices in plain figures. Terms arranged, or discount for cash. FREE. -111 ustrated List by Post. FREE.—Motor Van Deliveries. FREE.—Tuners Visit after Delivery. RILEY'S WITH PRINCIPAL PIANO HOUSES, CLOSE SATURDAYS AT ONE. HoHgM Quarry. SEOOND BROKEN STONE, suitable for Erivate, 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 in fold yards, etc •— Up to 100 Tons 1/4 per ton. 100 Tons and over 1/2 11 QRAVEL or Chippings (Unscreened), suitable for facing roads and paths: Small Quantities 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 50 Tons and over 2/6 „ 100 ions and over 2/3 „ WASTE, suitable for filling in, ete 6d. per ton. EASTNOR CASTLE ESTATE OFFICE, I NEAR LEDBURY. (Public Notices. Go We Ra «( EXCURSIONS. CHELTENHAM STEEPLECHASES. WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, MARCH 11 & 12. CHEAP TRIPS to CHELTENHAM. Leave Colwall 8-8 and 9-57 a.m., Led- bury 8-30 and 10-12 a.m. Fare 2/6. THE G.W.R. NEW RACECOURSE STATION AT CHELTENHAM AD- JOINS THE COURSE. NOTE:-If the Races are postponed or abandoned, cheap facilities wil not be given. I For detatt see bills or send postcard to stations or offices. FRANK POTTER, General Manager PICTURE PALACE ROYAL HALL, LEDBURY. Manager-Mr L. P. HOULT. TWO POWERFUL PROGRAMMES. Warm Hall. Steady Light. Good Pictures. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, March 9, 10 and 11, at 8, doors open at 7-45, the Great Vitagraph Filw- NAPOLEON. Wonderfully realistic. DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S CONSCIENCE A Lubin Play of Merit. TOWARDS THE CONQUEST OF THE AIR. MADURA. THE MAROS. And Two good Comic Subjects. Thursday and Friday at 8 p.m., Saturday at 6.30 and 8.45p.m. (doors open 6.15 and 8.30 p.m.), and Matinee on Saturday, at 2.30 p.m. (Special reduced prices for School Children, Id, 2d and 3d). Complete change of programme, including the Great Sensation— THE DUKE'S HEIRESS. By the Gaumont Co. THE CHEYENNE MASSACRE. A Thrilling Indian Story. LITTLE KNOWN FISHES. MILANOS. CATALONI. And Two Good Comics. Usual Prices-Stalls Is; Pit Stalls 8d Pit 4d. Operator-Mr. A. TWELVETBEE. Visitors from Colwall and Dymock will have ample time to see the 6-30 performance on Saturday and catch the last train from Ledbury. Books containing 12 Passes to Stalls for 8s., or 12 Passes to Pit Stalls for 5s 6d, Can be obtained from the Manager or Cashier, and admit to any performa Monday, March 16th, FANTOMAS IV. Tragedy of the Masked Ball. LEDBURY UNION. THE GUARDIANS of the above UNION T will on TUESDAY, the 17th day of MARCH be prepared to receive TENDERS for the supply of the undermentioned articles for a period of SIX MONTHS from the 31st day of March, 1914 :— GOOD BREAD, made of Best Seconds Flour, per 41b loaf. FLOUR, Best Seconds at. per sack. BEEF (English fed), Buttocks & Forequarters (as per form of tender). MUTTON, Sides. SUET. GROCERIES. SHAVING aid HAIRCUTTING. And for a period of TWELVE MONTHS:- COFFINS and FUNERALS. MEN'S and WOMEN'S SHOES. MEN'S CLOSING. DRAPERY. NEW MILK, pot per gallon. The Guardians reserve the right to reject all or any portion of a Tender. Forms of Tender, with estimated quantities required, may be obtained on application at the Union Workhouse. Tenders, sealed and endorsed, with samples where practicable, to be sent to the Clerk's Office, the Union Workhouse, not later than 10 o'clock on the morning of TUESDAY, the 17th of MARCH, 1914. R. HOMES, Clerk. NATIONAL BUNT STEEPLECHASES, AT PRESTBURY PARK, CHELTENHAM, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY NEXT, MARCH llTH AND 12TH. £7176 ADDED MONEY. FIRST DAY. National Hunt Steeplechase of Z1175. National Hunt Juvenile Steeplechase of £ 500 Cheltenham Clrancf Annual Steeplechase (Handicap), a Challenge Cup of;9100, with jBSOO added. SECOND DAY. National Nuol 4andicup Steeplechase, £ 1000 County Handicap Hurdle Race of £ 1000. Foxhunters' Challenge Cup of :£126, with £1000 added. Gloucestershire Hurdle Race of £1000. CHEAP TRAINS FROM ALL PARTS. RACECOURSE STATION (G.W.R.) First Race at 1-15. CHAROES FOR ADMISSION Course J/ Additional Chftrges-Public Stands 1/6 and 4/ Reserved Enclosure and Paddock 19/ Carriages 5/ each Occupant 1/ T. F. DAVIS, ORGANIST, TEACHER of the PIANOFORTE and HARMONY, CLAREMGNT," COLWALL, MALVERI Pupils Prepared for Examination. Pianofortes Tuned A Repaired. Pianofortes by all the Best Makers to order. DETACHED PIANOLAS suitable for playing on any Piano. — A Popular & Effective ML, Remedies. > M Carboy Hair Tonic. Carboy Nursery Hair Wasb. J t Household Embrocation. S ja? V Backache and Kidney Mixture. Blood Purifier. ?? ???'???. Chest, Throat and Lung Syrup. .Iudige8tion Mixture. 3,he ?matc Mixture. Qiinine &nd Phosphorus Tonic. 'I? ￼ c and ??????? 'lie and Neuralgia Mixture. ????*? Children's Nutritive Tonic. Symp of Figs. Tid per Bottle. Double 7 d. size, is. Sold only by- i ARTHUn STEVENS, M.P.S. (Late FREEMAN), Pharmacist, 6, HIGH STREET, LEDBURY. CHEAP PBEPAIDS. 9d. for 20 Words ur SITUATIONS VACANT. WANTED, Married Couple; man to look t V after cows, horse, etc. plain gardening, hedging; wife to help in Rectory few hours daily £1 a week and small cottage and garden. —Apply, Rector, Llanvjllo. Talgarth. WAGGONER Wanted for Aylton Court V v Farm must be good ploughman cottage and garden with good wages to reliable handy lian.-AI)ply, Davies Bros., Hill House. Ledbury. COWMAN and Waggoner wanted; cottages close to work.—Apply, Beaumont, Baynhams, Ledbury. (BOWMAN wanted at once, or 2.1th March J wife to tie hops good cottage and garden. —J Parry, Mitchell, Ledbury. SINGLE Man wanted as groom-gardener; mast understand gardening good character required. -Rector, Redmarley, Newent. WANTED, steady Man to look after horses W make himself generally useful; live in or out.—Bosley, Note House, Bosbury. WORKMAN Wanted, a reliable handy Man, w used to hop work preferred good wages, with cottage and garden.—Apply, Davies Bros., Hill House, Ledbury. WANTED, strong well-behaved Boy, 15-16, TV to help ia garden and stable.—Pritchett, The Castle, Munsley, Ledbury. WANTED, Waggoner's Boy, to live in.- VV Apply, J Cowell, The Laddin, Little Marcle. WANTED, strong Youth, well used to cattle Vv and horses to live iu.-Apply, C James, Tan House, Cradley, Malvern. WANTED, 25th March, good General Work- W man, used to horses; good wages to suitable man also good cottage, garden and pig-run close to work.—H Harrington, Mooreud, Castle Froome. Ledbury. WANTED, Waggoner for the Poolend Farm; W high wages to a really competent man.- Pritchett, The Castle, Munsley. PARM WORKERS wanted for CANADA Fby our own Agent@. 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 Wages.—Apply early (Dept. W. B.), W W Bell & Co., Ltd., Emigration Specialists, 9, Broad Street, Worcester. DOMESTIC SERVANTS WANTED. WANTED, good General Servant for Cardiff, TV good wages.—Apply, in hist instance, to Mrs Hodges, grocer, Homend-street, Ledbury. W ANTED, a voung Girl as housemaid; W another maid kept.-Apply, Mrs Lane, The Farm, Bosbury. LOST AND FOUND. Jj^OUND, grey Sheep Dog.—Owner can have jt- same on paying expenses.-T Davies, 51, Y"rnarket-street, Led bu ry. WANTED. WANTED, Laundry Work by experienced TV Laundress, for new manual laundry.— Apply, by letter, to A.L., Reporter Office, Led bury. WANTED, detached unfurnished Country TV Residence; 5 bedrooms, bath-room, large sitting-room, and good garden; south aspect; gravel or sandy soil; soft drinking water essential. — Miss Empson, Glendower, Upper Colwall, Malvern. WANTED, some Motherless Lambs to rear TV by hand.—Write, Doris Turner, Priors Grove, Pntley, Ledbury. WANTED, 30 to 40 acres Grass Land for TV grazing.-Apply, by letter only, M.O., Reporter Office, Ledbury. A NTIQUES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION W ANT ED. High Prices given for Old Silver.—J E PAGE, Jeweller, 4, Broad-street, Hereford. PROPERTY TO BE LET OR SOLD. TO BE LET. LEDBURY.— L Garden, Albert Road, Newtown. Convenient Itesidence, X23. Dan-y-Craig, jE35 per aunnm. Roseville, furnished or unfurnished, JE30 per annum. Large Garden, Albert Road, Newtown, E2. Cottage and garden, Hillfields, Parkway, 1/9 weekly. Gentleman's Residence, South Parade, im- mediate possession. South Cottage, Malvern Wells; large garden; £ 25 Sporting Residence, X80 per annum. REDMARLEY. R The Old Post Office. TO BE SOLD. LEDBJRY.— L Honse, 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, RZW. Building site, Albert Road, two plots adjoin ing. Cottages, Woodleigh Road. 6 Freehold Cottages and Gardens, Parkway Two Houses. Bye Street. Li IDMARLEY.- Cottage and Orchard. For further particulars apply- HENRY GARROOD, SOLICITOR, LEDBURY. H EREFORDSHIRE.-Siuall Country House jLiL to be Let, furnished 6 bedrooms,3 reception rooms, servauts' hall and otlices; lawn, garden, &c. stabling and garage delightfully situated overlooking Deer Park, with Malvern Hills in background. Rent, Six Guineas per week.— Apply to A R Rowden, Eastnor Castle Estate Office, near Ledbury. TO LET, Cottage and Garden, with Orchard, Tat Little Marcle.—Apply, J CoweM, The Laddin, Little Marcle. E ASTNOR.-House to be Let, in pleasant situation facing south 2 sitting rooms, kitchen and offices, 4 bedrooms paddock, garden and stable Rent, E-18, including rates.—Apply to A R Rowden, Eastnor Castle Estate Office, near Ledbury. SMALL Cottage with large garden to Let.— Apply, H Cowell, Callows Hill, Ledbury. TO LET, Cottage and Garden, by roadside Tpreference given to someone with a boy who could drive plough.—Beaumont, Baynhams, Ledbury. TinO LET, Semi-detached Cottage in Bridge- ?. street, near Woodleigh-road; Every con- venience.-Apply, D Smith and Son, Ledbury. TO LET, "The Firs," Bridge-street, Led- Tbury detached house large garden, etc. every convenience.—Apply, D Smith and Son, Ledbury 100 Loads of Sawn Oak FIREWOOD BLOCKS, at per load, delivered in the town.—George Hill & Sons, Builders, Ledbury. NOTICE. ALL PERSONS found trespassing on the New Grange Farm, Dymock. will be prose- cuted, whether Flower Picking or Mushrooming, as the Mushrooms are cultivated. (Signed) BEN BENNETT. FOR SALE. rpLRIvE\ Eggs (A.M.B.), 1/3 each; reduced X later from stock birds, 301b cock (Cook's). Rhode Island Red, even colour, excellent layers, 3/- dozen. White Wyandottes, laying strain, 3/- sitting. Game Crosses 2/- extensive free ranges unfertiles replaced. Hortop (N.P.C.) nee Stephens, Northcombe, Lewdown, Devon. FOR SALE, 300 Hop-Poles; also Hedge JL Stakes, close to road.—Apply, F Ball, Caison Hill, Bromesberrow. FOR SALE, Retriever Dog good house dog L cheap.—Apply, by letter, T., Reporter Office, Ledbary. BLACK Leghorn Eggs, Simoa Hunter's strain, JO from excellent winter layers; 2/6 per sitting. Apply, W Phelps, Broomsgreen, Ledbury. FOR SALE, a few bushels of H Harrison's JL Glory" Picking Peas, 10/6 per bushel; also Up-to-Date Seed Potatoes.—Smith, Heitth Farm, Dymock. FOR SALE, 4 dozen 4-barred Ash Hurdles.— 1: Apply, J Cowell, The Laddin, Little Marcle. FOR SALE, Rick .r good Meadow Hay, Po ?early three tons.-Apply, by letter, T.M., Reporer Office, Ledbury. FOR SALE, a few tons of "Golden Melon" Mangolds. White, Little Marcle Court, Ledbury. npURKEYS.—Three Store Hens (1912) for sale. T-Russell, The Town, Tarrington. IMTOTOR Cycle for sale p. Quadrant; IVjL going condition nearest offer £ 10.— Apply, J Price, Nnw-street, Ledbury. PEDIGREE Shorthorn Bulls and Bull Calves JL for sale from the very best strains both milk and beef shams kept; separate stock bulls milk records kept. Inspection of the herd is cordially invited. -Wilfred Hewitt, The Home Farm, Hope End, Ledbury. MISCELLANEOUS. SHEEP KEEP. Sheep taken in on the Colwall Golf Course good run, plenty of grass.-Apply', Weager, Colivall Golf Club. EGGS, EGGS, EGGS. Increase the laying JLJ qualities of your Hens by using the Vick Egg Produce" Meal; one 9d packet sufficient for 6 birds for 40 meals two packets 1/4 carriage paid. Give it a trial and prove it for yourself. Obtainable ouly direct from the manufacturer, Alex Vick, Miller, Gloucester. QUANTITY mixed Wire Nails, Id per lb. cash. Nettlefold's Iron Wood Screws, well assorted, in 7-lb packets, 4d per lb cash. Ready- mixed Paint, best quality, all colours, in free lever-top tins, 3d per lb. cash. Every description of Farm and Estate Ironmongery at lowest wholesale prices. Stock, 2,000 touq.-The Iron & Hardware Co, Ltd., Westgate and Quay, Gloucester. I SUPPLY the World's best Triple-Tested JL 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. W ALL-PAPEPSfrom lid per Roll. Any f quantity, large or small, wholesale prices. Stock exceeds 250,000 rolls all classes. Write for patterns, stating class required. (Dept 377), Barnett Wall-Paper Co., Ltd., Knott Mill, Manchester, IMPORTANT TO MOTHERfS.-Every jt L 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. Sold by Chemists. Agent for Ledbury-A STEVENS (late Freeman), Chemist, Market Place Newent, H Whittles; Colwall, Amos, Chemist. MILLIONS OF RATS HAVE BEEN SLAUGHTERED BY USING HARRISON'S II RELIABLE" RAT POISON Equally good for Mice, Moles, and Beetles. Dogs and Cats will not touch it. Vermip dry up and leave no smell. Price 6d., 10 2s. 3d. and 3S. 8d. Postage 2d. G. W. HARRISON, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Ageut for Ledbury: V. W. MEACHAM, High St Newent: H. WHITTLES. Colwall: CLARK & AMOS. CA'trTHOL DR. Matthias's CAI)ITHOLO Cattiphor Cough Linctus gives ibstant relief. Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis and Asthma. Testimonials from eminent; persons prove its efficacy. Post free l/Ii, 2/3, 4/—HOOPER & Co., Chemists, 43, King William-street, London Bridge, London, E.C. R. 6. W AYGOOD & to. DUDLEY, Agents & Merchants. Coir Yarns, Quassia, Hop Soap, Hop Pockets, &c. Ledbury Agent-Mr. A. G. T. BANKS. ENGLISH AND AMERICAN DENTISTRY C. H. DOVEY ATTENDS LEDBURY EVERY TUESDAY From 11 am. till 6 p.m. at Mr. PEDLINGHAH, Grocer, Market Place. ￼ AT HALF the Usual Cost. T J ?JLJ T H Fitted without extraction or P in, made on Vulcanite, Gold, and Alloy. Sets from One Guinea. We e-make Teeth Supplied by others that have proved nselesa, at a trifling expense, and guarantee complete satisfaction Honesty is the Best Policy, So the old 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 month 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 I On seeing Mr. Dorey personally, as he does not send assistants to his branches. Permanent Address- C.H. DOVEY, Anglesea House, Worcester Rd Gt. Malinn NEW YEAR RESOLUTIONS! You've made lots of them, 5 (i haven't you ? j Yes, and broken lots of them, too. So you've decided not to make any more. 5 j But, every rule has an excep- i tion." 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BURROW, I THE SPRINCS, MAL VERN. 9 Malvem Soda, Malvem Seltzer, I 8 Malvern Potash and Lithia Waters, m 1 Six Dozen, Carriage Paid. J 1 In Corked Bottles, Screw Stopper Bottles, ■1 and BLUE SYPHONS W J. L. Larkworthy & Co., AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERS, WORCESTER, Ploughs, Harrows, Scuffles, Cultivators. DRILLS, ROLLERS. Telephone-No. 46, Worcester. Telegrams- Larkworthy, Worcester." J. ROMANS & Co., Ltd., GEORGE ROMANS Manager. TIMBER & BUILDERS' MERCHANTS, Docks, GLOUCESTER Large Selection of Weil-seasoaed Timber, Deals, Match and Flooring Boards. Mouldings, Skirtings, Cut and. Sawn Lath, Weather Boards, Oak and Deal Field Gates and Posts, Ladders. Ladder .nd Scaffold Poles, G-alvanisea Corrugated Iron Sheets. Noted Yard for Rough Boards, Scantlings, and other Tuaber, suitable for Shedding, Fowl-houaes Garden and Farm purposes. ralefhoDe Gloucester.