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SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1914.…


LOCAL NEWS. 1 . 1 ♦ j

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[ DYMOCK. CONFIRMATION SERVICE.—The Lord Bishop of Gloucester conducted a confirmation service at Dymock Parish Church yesterday (Thursday)-. afternoon. ALARMING AFFAIR.—A somewhat alarming affair is reported from Dymock. At Christmas time the son of Mr Denby, of Timber Hill Farm, heard two shots fired close by him, and although search was made no discovery as to who fired the shots could be made. Last week there was a repetition of the strange occurrence. Mr Denby had gone into the village, and Mr Jack Denby (son), who was in the kitchen, heard a shot come through the widow. At the time Mrs Denby and the Misses Denby (2) were in the dining-room. The affair has been reported to the police, but at present there is no clue to the perpetrators. All the shots are presumed to have been fired from a revolver. IVS sent to the Reporter Office, Ledbury, will ensure a copy of this paper being sent post freij every Friday evening or a quarter (13 weeks).