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TERRITORIAL BALL.—The annual Territorial Ball held by C (Ledbury) Company of the 1st Battalion the Herefordshire Regiment atr, their new Drill Hall in New-street, Ledbury, prtoed such a tremendous success, that tl e Committee are promoting another invitatioit- ball to be held in their new hall on the night of Easter Monday, April 13. Miss Fardon's band has been engaged, and tickets may be obtained from Sergt-Inst-Crine, Cdl- Sergt E G Morris, Sergt E Howard, Sergt H Brookes, Corpl C Fardon, Corpl G Dalley, Corpl W Chadd, Corpl W Huish, Pte P Taylor, and Sergt G Maddox, the hon secretary. WESLEYAN CIRCUIT GATHERING.—The annu tl circuit gathering of the Ledbury Wesleyan Circuit will be held on Good Friday, April 10, at the Wesleyan Church, Ledbury, when Dr Tasker, Principal of Hands worth College, will preach at 4 p.m., his subject being The Imi- tation of Christ." Tea will be provided at.. 5.15 p.m., to be followed by a public meeting at 6.30 p.m., when an address will be yiveu by Dr Tasker on Spiritual Advance." The chair will be taken by Mr C Cloke, who will be suL-- ported by the Circuit Ministers, and collect i. i will be taken afternoon and evening f,-r i, » Circuit Fund. BOXING.—On Easter Saturday, April 11.. committee of "0" (Led bury) Company. 1 i. Battalion the Hereforshire Regiment, aiv 1, moting a series of boxing bouts at the new l). t Hall in New-street, and have arranged for ilio following contests :—Private Jack Vicarage, "f the local Company, heavy-weight champion "F the Midlands, and Ted James, of Merthyr, the middle-weight champion of Wales, will box 1& 3-minute rounds for a purse and sidestaku. The men have met twice before, and each can claim a victory, so that there should be a good contest in -this, the third encounter. H Devereux; a local boxer, will meet F Hales, of Cheltenham, in 10 3-minute rounds for a purse, and two local exponents in Private Joe Brooks and Alby Davis, will box 6 3-minute rounds for a purse. Other bouts have also been arranged. Owen Moran, the well-known Worcester boxer, and ex-light-weight champion of England, will act as referee, Captain A V Holman will be timekeeper, and Mr F Norman Whratoa and Mr W W Skittery will act as judges. First bout* at 8 p.m.

MUCH MARCLE.

BOSBURY TROOP OF BOY SCOUTSI