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Sales bp auction. POPE & SMITH (Late W. MANTON & Co.,) AUCTIONEERS, Agricultural & General Valuers, HOUSE, LAND, ESTATE, AND INSURANCE AGENTS. VALUATIONS for PROBATE & MORTGAGE. Stock Sales in Ledbury Market On ALTERNATE TUESDAYS thoroughout the year. NEXT MARKET, APRIL 21, 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 J— NEW STREET, LEDBURY, AND St. ALDATES CHAMBERS. GLOUCESTER. WOODLEIGH ROAD, LEDBURY. POPE SMITH Have received instructions from Sergt. Barnham, who is leaving, to SELL BY AUCTION as above, on THURSDAY, APRIL 16th, 1914, The whole of his useful HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS, Including: Fenders and Fireirons, Carpets, Lino- leum, Overmantel, Windsor and Crtne seated Chairs, Wicker Chairs, Mahogany and Bamboo Tables, Kitchen Tables, Old Oak Chest with 2 Usder-eupboards, Oak Chest of Drawers, Walnut Dining Room Suite, Dressing Chest, Marble Top Wash stand. Brass and Iron Bedsteads, Spring Mattress, Folding Bed, Dressing Tables, Toilet Glass, Toilet Ware, Clock, Pictures, Portable Range, Kitchen Utensils, Perambulator, and numerous other effects. Sale at 2-30 p.m. precisely. No Catalogues. Auctioneers' Offices-New Street, Ledbury. UPPER WELLAND, Worcestershire. POPE & SMITH Have received instructions to SELL BY AUC- TION, at HAWTHORN INN, UPPER WELLAND, on THURSDAY, APRIL 23rd, 1914, At 4 for 5 o'clock precisely, All that Valuable Freehold Property, situate at Upper Welland, in the Parish of Malvern Wells in the County of Worcester, comprising a WELL-BUILT COTTAGE With &n exceptionally Large Garden thereto, known as "Seek Cottage." For further particulars apply to Messrs. R. & <C. B. Masefield, Solicitors, Ledbury, or to the Auctioneers, Offices, New-street, Ledbnry. GOLD HILL FARM, EASTNOR. THE Executors of the late Mr John Smith JL have fixed FRIDAY, MAY 8th, 1914, far the Sale of the whole of his Valuable Live Farm- ing Stock, comprising 98 Well-bred Cattle, 43 Ewes and Lambs, 44 Valuable Horses and Colts, and 36 Pig* 500 Fleeaes of Wool, 330 Acres of "Grass Keep, 7,OJO Gallons of Cider and the Cider Plant. The Household Furniture and Dairy Utensils will be sold on THURSDAY, MAY 14th. POPE & SMITH, Auctioneers, Ledbury. TO LET, the Corner House, Greenway.- TApply, Pope & Smith, Auctioneers, Ledbury. 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 Daily. 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. .Agent for CARTER'S Tested FLOWER aad GARDEN SEEDS. J. L. Larkworthy & Co., AG-BICTTL TUBAL ENGINEERS, WORCESTER, Ploughs, Harrows, Scuffles, Cultivators. DRILLS, ROLLERS. Telephone-No. 46, Worcester. Telegrams—" Larkworrhy, Worcester. A. A. SHORTHOUSE, Ltd., MEAT & CATTLE SALESMEN, City Meat Market, BIRMINGHAM. All kinds of battle Sold on Commission. TELEPHONE-53 MIDLAXD. TKLBGRAPHIC ADDRESS MEAT BIRMINQ'M. 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. MANANI (Member of the British Optical Association), Chronometer, Watoh and Clock Maker, Goldsmith, Jeweller, Optiolan, &o., THE CROSS, GLOUCESTER Telephone 98. Sales bp auction. BRUTON, KNOWLES" 00. 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 inserton of particulars unless a Sale or Letting be effected. Telegrams Brutons, Gloucester. Telephone 67, BY MESSRS. JACKSON & McCARTNEY. FINAL WEEK FOR MAKINC ENTRIES. HEREFORD HORSE SALES. NEXT PRIZE SALE OF 200 HORSES, Saturday, April 18, 1914. zC50 IN PRIZES. A CASH prize of ?20 offered for best Pair of ,AL Cart Geldings or Mares. A Silver Cup value;CIO for the best Cart Gelding or Mare. Also prizes for Vanners and Hackneys. Entries close Friday, April 10. Prize Schedules and Entry Forms upon application. JACKSON & McCARTNEY, AUCTIONEERS, Craven Arms and Hereford. COLWALL PARK STEEPLEC HASES Monday, April 20, 1914. SIX RACES. Cheap Trains from all parts. Clerk to the Course- H. W. PYE, Unicorn Chambers, Worcester. CHELTENHAM STEEPLECHASES AT PRESTBURY PARK, CHELTENHAM, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY NEXT, APRIL 15TH AND 16TH. Races value £ 1218. Under National Hunt Rules. CHEAP TRAINS FROM ALL PARTS. RACECOURSE STATION (G.W.R.) First Race at 2-0 estch day. CHARGES FOR ADMISSION :-Course Additional Charges-Public Stands 2/6, Grand Stand 4/ Reserved Enclosure and Paddock 14/ Carriages 5/ each Occupant 1/ Secretaries Messrs. PRATT & Co., 9, George Street, Hanover Square, London, W. 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. T. F. DAVIS, ORGANIST, TEACHER of the PIANOFORTE and HARMONY, CLAREMGNT," COLWALL, MALTERX Pupils Prepared for Examination. Pianofortes Tuned & Repaired. Pianofortes by all the Best Makers to order. DETACHED PIANOLAS suitable for playing on any Piano. A Popular & Effective Remedies. )C-? Carboy Hair Tonk. <—?-t Carboy Nursery Hair Wash. I I Household Embrocation. Backache and Kidney Mixture. JR Blood Purifier. I L Chest, Throat and Lung Syrup. t :%?? < Indigestion Mixture. ??''?'?? Rheumatic Mixture. Quinine and Phosphorus Tonic. Tic and Neuralgia Mixture. Children's Nutritive Tonic. Syrup of Figs. 7id per Bottle. Double 7 £ d. size, is. Sold only by- ARTHUR STEVENS, M.P.S. (Late FREEMAN), Pharmacist, 6, HIGH STREET, LEDBURY. THOMAS JONES, MONUMENTAL and t BUILDING MASON, I IN J8L Stone, Marble or Granite I M Monuments Cleaned and Repaired. Works- G.W.R. Station, Malvern Wells and Belmont, Malvern, Link. Private Address- TayntrW House, Lower Wilton Rd., Malvern. public 1RotíceB.  ??? > G« W. tT?'? ? ????? CHELTENHAM STEEPLECHASES WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY, April 15 & 16 DAY EXCURSIONS to CHELTENHAM Leave ColwaM 8-8 and 9-57 a.m., Ledbury 8-30 and 10-12 a.m. Fare 2s. 6d. THE G. W. R. NEW RACECOURSE STATION AT CHELTENHAM ADJOINS THE COURSE. For details see bills or send postcard to stations or offices. FRANK POTTER, General Manager LEDBURY URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL ELECTION, 1914. TO THE ELECTORS. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,— I beg to return my sincere thanks to those 172 electors who were good enough to record me one of their five votes on Monday last. Also to those who were good enough to interest themselves in my candidature in this keenly fought contest. Although not having been successful on this, my first, attempt to obtain a seat on your Council, I am pleased to have secured a very substantial amount of support from all sections of my fellow townspeople. Should it be your pleasure to again nominate me on any future occasion, I shall give such nominations my full consideration. Again thanking you, I am, Ladies and Gentlemen, Gratefully yours, CHARLES RANDELL CROAD. 40, Bye Street, Ledbury, 8th April, 1914. LEDBURY URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL ELECTION, 1914. TO THE ELECTORS. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,— I beg to thank the 282 electors who placed me in such a handsome position on the poll on Monday last, and to thank all the electors for the manner in which they received my candida- ture. I can assure you all that my only aim is to serve the best interests of my native town. I am, Ladies and Gentlemen, Yours faithfully, FREDERICK WILLIAM JUCKES. Homend, Ledbury,! Sth April, 1914. CLOUCESTER LIBERAL BENEFIT APPROVED SOCIETY FOR MEN. THE SECOND ANNUAL MEETING will take place at the LIBERAL CLUB, GLOUCESTER, on THURSDAY, APRIL 16th, 1914, at 7-30 p.m. The business to be transacted will be :—1. Minutes of the First Annual Meet- ing. 2. Election of Honorary Officials. 3. Election of three members of the Committee of Management (Nomination Forms may be had on application). 4. To receive a statement bearing on the General and Financial positions of the Society. 5. To adopt and confirm Amendments of Rules consequent on the Amending Act of 1913 as required by the Insurance Commissioners. 6. To discuss in a general manner the interests of the Society. Admittance only to those who produce their Insurance Book.-S. J. GILLETT, Secretary. PICTURE PALACE ROYAL HALL, LEDBURY. Manager—Mr L. P. HOULT. Two Extra Strong EASTER Programmes. Easter Monday at 2-30, 6-30 and 8-45 (School Children 2d, 3d and 4d at Matinee), and Tuesday and Wednesday, April 14 and 15, at 8 p.m., the magnificent Animal Film- in the Midst of the Jungle" See the Fight between Leopard and Hyena. THE PRINCE OF EVIL by the Vitagraph Co. AND STAR PROGRAMME. Thursday and Friday at 8 p.m., Saturday at 6.30 and 8.45 p.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). The finest Sporting Film of the year- The Grand National Steeplechase THE BLACK 13 A fine plot of merit. AND FIVE OTHER GOOD FILMS. Usual Prices-Stalls Is; Pit Stalls 8d Pit 4d. Operator-Mr. A. TWELVETEEE. 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 performance. THURSDAY, April 23rd. The great exclusive "BETWEEN MAN AND BEAST." Variety Entertainment To be held at PUTLEY SCHOOLS, On THURSDAY, April 23, 1914, At 7-45 p.m. Doors open 7-15 p.m. The Programme will include a Dramatic Sketch and Songs by the Ledbury Company, Songs by Pntley Boy Scouts and Girl Guides, with other attractive items. Tickets, Is. 641., Is., and 6d. each, obtainable from Miss U. Riley, Putley Court. REASONS WHY RILEY'S should have your patronage in all matters appertaining to Pianos and Organs are numerous and convincing. A few will suffice. RILEY'S have been the most Central and Principal Providers in the Kingdom for over sixty years. RILEY'S are also the Exclusive Agents for other makes which have obtained world-wide reputation. RILEY'S Business has been personally controlled through three genera- tions of the family, and the unfailing cour- tesy which has been extended to every patron in the past is cordially offered to you now. HENRY RILEY & SONS, CONSTITUTION HILL, BIRMINGHAM. Return Railway Fareb refunded to Purchasers RILEY'S WITH PRINCIPAL PIANO HOUSES, CLOSE SATURDAYS AT ONE. CHEAP PREPAI OS. I 9d, for 20 Words uanr I Three Six Once. Times. Times. 8. d. J s. d. s. d. 20 words U n8 o1 i R 6 a3n0 20 words o 9 s 3 0 Andunder a a ? j ? S 3 q 0? 28 words 1 0 I 2 0 4 0 36 words 1 3 J 2 6 5 0 r Bookirg 2(. extra. ADVERTISERS using his office as an audress for receiving replies to the r advertisements under initials, etc., are requester, to call for same, or enclose stamps for them t6be forwarded. SPECIAL NOTICE. Applicants sending replies for Advertisements-addretlsei to initials or fictitious names at this Office, are requested not to send original testimonials with their applica- tions, but to enclose copies only. Stamps are not accepted, but odd amounts may be affixed to Postal Orders according to Post Office regulations. Where the total amount of the remittance does not exceed sixpence, HALF-PENNY stamps may be sent. SITUATIONS VACANT. WANTED, a Couple of Men to do a quantity W of draining, one must be experienced bottomer.—Apply, Daviea Bros., Hill House, Ledbury. WANTED, Smart Lad accustomed to horses, W look after yard, and assist generally live in.-Apply, T. Gillsoa, Bell Inn, Baxt-on- street, Gloucester. SMART BOY wanted ,one just leaving school preferred.— Apply, Mr Geo Oliver's Boot Warehouse, Ledbury. 11, WANTED, two OstLin at once.- Apply, yV Feathers Hotel, llédbury. WANTED, a thoroughly reliable Man as W groom and gardener.—Apply, W Cale, Vale Lodge, near Ledbury. WANTED, Youth 15 to 16, able to milk and TV make himself generally useful live in. Apply, Harris, 'LTpleadon Court, Bosbury. WANTED, Waggoner;, new cottage and gar- W den found good WI;L¡¿e8 to a good man.- Apply, Taylor, Moor Court, Much Marcle. T) EQUIRED for AUSTRALIA Men with farming experience also British Lads 16- 20 to iearn farming special reduced fares £3 only payable liere.-Applyk W W BELL & Co., Ltd., Governments' Accredited Shipping Agents, 9, Broad Street, Worcester.—Also vacancies for Farm Workers (Canada) and Domestics (Canada and Australia); assisted and advanced fares. W ANTED, reliable Man as cowman good W wages, with cHtage and garden.- Weston. Much Marcle, Dymock. DOMESTIC SERVANTS WANTED. WANTED, respectable girl for mornings.— W Apply, Mrs. Crossley, High-street, Led- bury. W ANTED, in May, yoaug General in small W farm house; no dafcy or baking; twp in family boy kept.—Mrs W 1i Harrington, Moor- end. Castle Froome, Ledbury. WANTED, respectable Girl as cook-general VT references required; young housemaid kept.—Apply, Mrs Edgar Hartland, Preston Court, Ledbury. LADIES wanting good Servants, and Servants with good characters can be quickly suited by applying to the Servants' Domestic Agency (3 minutes from G.W.R. and M.R. Stations), 6, Station Road, Gloucester. PROPERTY TO BE LET OR SOLD. TO BE LET.  EDBURY.- L Garden, Albert Road, Newtown. Convenient Residence, £23. Dan-y-Craig, F,35 per annnm. Reseville, furnished or unfurnished, f30 per annum. i Large Garden, Albert Road, Newtown, 92. Cottage andtIeD, Hillfields, Parkway, 1/9 weekly. Gentleman's Residence, South Parade, im- mediate possession. South Cottage, Malvern Wells; large garden; jC25 Sporting Residence, £ 80#er annum. REDMARLEY. R The Old Post Office. TO BE SOLD. EDBURY.- JtJ House, 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, dESOO. Building site, Albert Road, two plots adjoin ing. Cottages, Woodleigh Road. 6 Freehold Cottages and Gardens, Parkway Two Houses, Bye Stree; REDMARLEY.— RCottage and Orchard. For further particulars apply- HENRY QARROOD, SOLICITOR. LEDBURY. TO LET, at Wellington Heath, Cottage and JL Garden water. Apply, Miss Dallo-w, Wellington Heath. COTTAGE with largfe garden on Ledbury Golf Links.-Apply. H BILL, Hill Farm, Eastnor. FOB BALB. GOOD Eating Potatoes for sale.—Keysell, GAsbperton, Ledbury. FOR Sale, Best and Second Hop-poles.—Apply FJ Innes, The Qamp, CotwaM. VOR SALE, Heavy Roan Cart Mare, in foal, r 16-2 also 7 strong Stores.—Apply, James, Tan House, Cradley, Malvern. PIANO for sale. (as new); bargain Sewing J. Machine, jEl also Lady's Bicycle strong, good inner tubes (Dunlops), 30^.—Write, Head Teacher, Reporter Office, Ledbury. FOR SALE, pure-bred Aylesbury Duck Eggs, F2/- per sitting.—E J A Cranke, The Noad, Ledbury. FOR SALE, cheap, J-Plate Box Camera, with plate-holders, tripod stand, 2 printing frames and 3 dislies.-Write, Box B.S., Reporter Office, Ledbury. THE CHAMPION LAYERS — Lindner's JL Strain White Wyant?S«te Eggs, 2/6 for 14. Glevum Foster Mother for i'.Iio new the best possible to buy can be seen working 150-chick size X3 7S.—S Lane, Staplc-Y, Ledbury. FOR SALE, Lady's Bicycle good condition £3; to be seen at the Reporter Office. PEDIGREE Shorthorn Buils and Bull Calves JL for sale from the very best strains both milk and beef strains kept; separate stock bulls milk records kept. Inspection of the herd is cordially invited.—Wilfred Hewict, The Home Farm, Hope End, Ledbury. 10 O Loads of Sawn Oak FIREWOOD BLOCKS, at 6/- per load, I delivered in the town.—George Hill & Sons, Builders, Ledbury. WANTED. A NTIQUE3 OF EVERY DESCRIPTION LWANTED. High Prices given for Old Silver.-J E PAGE, Jeweller, 4, Broad-street, Hereford. MISCELLANEOUS. PRIME CANTERBURY LAMB NOW IN JT SEASON.—Try the Canterbury Lamb from the Loadon Central Meat Co., Limited, one of the largest meat purveyors in the United Kingdom, who have gained their reputation by selling only the very best quality. Be advised by practical people and buy the best from the London Central Meat Co, Ltd, Homend-street, Ledbury Broad-street, Newent. I SUPPLY the World's best Triple-Tested M 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. WALL-PAPERS from lid per Roll. Any W quantity, large or small, wholesale prices. Stock exceeds 250,000 rolls all classes. Write for patterns, stating class required. (Dept 377)i Barnett Wall-Paper Co., Ltd., Knott; Mill, Manchester. I MPORTANT TO MOTHERS.-Every JL 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, qd and 9d. Postage Id.—Geo W Harrison, Chemist, Read- ing. Sold by Chemists. Agent for Ledbury-A STEVENS (late Freeman), Chemist, Market Place; Newent4 H Whittles Colwall, Amos, Chemist. MILLIONS OF RATS HAVK BEEN SLAUGHTERED BY USING HARRISON'S 11 RELIABLE" RAT POISON Equally good for Mice, Moles, and Beetles. Dogs and Cats will not touch it. Vermin dry up and leave no smell. Price 6d., 1° 28. 3d. and 3s. 8d. Postage 2d. G. W. HARRISON, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agent for Ledbury: V. W. MEACHAM, High St Newent: H. WHITTLES. Colwall: CLARK & AMOS. Lion I Bicycles, P.5 5s. Od. Cash. Signed guarantee for 10 years. Now fitted with Three-Speed Gear without extra charge. SINCE 1905 I have advertised in this paper, and have made and sold over 18,000 machines. NO EXTRAS. Lamp, Bell, Pump, and every- thing included. Carriage paid. You can ride and test the machine for Ten Days. If you do not approve I pay all carriage. I have thousands of test imonials. Write to-day for copies, and the hnest Catalogue ever printed (with coloured illus- trations showing exact machines). GEORGE BEATSON, I Lion' Cycle Works, 84, Moseley Street, BIRMINGHAM. Payments if desired, 15s with order and 10s per month. R. G. WAYGOOD & Co. 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 a. m. till 5 p.m. at Mr, PEDLINQHAH, Grocer, Market Place, l- "L'} \< t(. ,"I ''i. :?¡, )' -.A.  AT HALF the Usual Cost. X HI la I H Fitted without extraction or pain, made on Vulcanite, Gold, and Alloy. Sets from One Guinea. We Re make Teeth Supplied by others that have proved useless, 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 taouth and give an estimate of the cost willingly without charge. You Fix the Price You can afford to pay, and we will meet yon. We do not ask, nor do we wish, our patients to pay more than their means will permit. Patients may always depend On seeing Mr. Dovey personally, as he does not send assistants to his branches. Permanent Address- C.H. DOVEY, Anglesea*House, Worcester Rd Gt. Malvern KITCHEN PAPERS ETC., ETC. We can save you money in the buying of all kinds of Kitchen Papers, Dish Papers, etc. We deal direct with the Mills. White Kitchen Paper 6d., 8d., and lOd. per quire. Grease-proof Paper (best) ,6d. per quire. Dish Papers from 3id. for 6 dozen. Cap Paper 2s. 6d., 3s. 6d., and 5s. per ream. TILLEY & SON, Printers, Stationers, etc., I" LEDBURY. SgriuCltaiing SPECIALITIES AT Wilks' Stores SPECIAL SHOW OF BRUSHES, BROOMS, DUSTERS, FLOORCLOTHS, CHAMOIS LEATHERS, SPONGES, HOUSE FLANNEL, &c., &c. Labour and Inconvenience is Brushed Aside by the use of Cood Clean Utensils. SCRUBBING BRUSHES from 3!d to 1/6. BLACKLEAD BRUSHES from Id to 1/6. CARPET BROOMS at 2/6, 3/6, 4/6. Best French Weed. HAIR BROOMS from 1/3 to 5/- DUSTERS, DISH CLOTHS, CHAMOIS LEATHERS,HOUSE FLANNELS at all prices. FLOOR POLISH in tins, 3d, 6d and l/-« All kinds. Little labour necessary to make floors shine. FURNITURE. CREAM in jars, 3d, 6d and 1/ Preserves the Furniture and gives it a new. appearance. LIQUID VENEER at 1/- and 2/- per bot. SOFT SOAP, BAR SOAP, SIL- VER SOAP, &c., &c., in all kinds. CHINA & CLASS. SPECIAL SHOW OF EVERYDAY LINES. TUMBLERS (thin glasses), at Id, 2d and 3d. CUPS & SAUCERS (thin\white), at 2/6 per dozen. WINE GLASSES (green). A few hundreds to clear at Id each. ODD CUPS, all shapes. Won- derful value at Id each. EGG CUPS (White and Gold), half-dozen 5-1d., very cheap. PLATES (White and Gold), good value, lld each. FANCY JUGS (pretty shape), good size, 6tdeach. TOILET JUGS and BASINS, large quantity, 1/3 each. WHITE PUDDING BOWLS, splendid line, 3d each. All Best Quality Goods. CALL & INSPECT. WILKS, 10 Ie 11. ltiCH STREET LEDBURY. FARMERS'UNION DINNER 1914. It was said by one of the speakers, that Ledbury was noted, amongst other things, for Beer; this is quite correct, and if you will try a glass of our BITTER ALE you will at once acknowledge that it ia so. One reason for its excel- lence is that it is brewed with HEREFORDSHIRE HOPS; only. I LAXE BROS. & BASTOW, Vine Brewery, Ledbury. Telephone—P.O. 12. PAINLESS DENTISTRY W. A. HOBSON, Lower Cross, LEDBURY. Tl?17rrU Extracted, PAINLESS JL JCLJL? i JLl Method. TEETH Artificial, from ?1 Single Set. 'Ml All Repairs Promptly JL A XX attended to (any maker). HOURS OF CONSULTATION Fridays, 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Market Days (Tuesdays), 9-30 a.m. to 5 p.m. ADVIC E FREE. Lower Cross, Ledbury (Next to New Inn HoLe"). NOTICE OF REMOVAL! From March 25th. HAVING secured more CENTRAL and j L -m. Commodious premises, Mr. HOBSON be/s to inform the public that in future be will person- any attend all patients at his DENTAL ROOMS on the premises of Mr. MARK LOVE, Lower Cross, Ledbury (next to the New Inn Hotel, and opposite the Reading Room), every Tuesday and Friday. ESTABLISHED 1824. The Yorkshire Insurance Companft LIMITED. Reserve Funds nearly £ 3,000,000. Claims Paid exceed £ 8,500,000. CHAIRMAN EDWIN GRAY, EsQ. LIVE STOCK INSURANCES Insure with the wealthiest Company transact- ing this class of Insurance. For latent feature.. including FOALING and other SPECIAL RISKS, see the Company's new prospectus, which may be had poet tiee. WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION, Including DOMESTIC SERVANTS. ABSOLUTE PROTECTION against ALL LIABILITY without limit as to amount, IN- CLUDING THE COSTS OF DEFENDING DOUBTFUL OR WRONGFUL CLAIMS, provided by this Company's policies. FIRE INSURANCE. Survey made and minimum rates quoted re of charge. LIFE DEPARTMENT. New Table of Life nsuranee at Minimnw. Cost. The lowest prem urns charged by any British Life Office. Write or particulars. BRISTOL OFFICE :-2, Olare Street. Application for Agencies in unrepresented districts invited. r i DV ASK YOIR CHEMIST, ft Grocer or Wine Merchant, B FOR BURROW'S I j ALPHA BRAND" MALVERN WATERS I 3 You will find them Superior in Purity II fl to all other Table Waters. I IF NOT KEPT IN STOCK, apply to W. & J. BURROW, THE SPRINGS, MALVERN. Malvern Soda, Malvern Seltzer, Malvern Potash and Lithia Waters. Six Dozen, Carriage Paid. In Corked Bottles, Screw Stopper Bottles, and BLUE SYPHONS J. ROMANS & Co., Ltd., GEORGE ROMANS Manager. TIMBER & BUILDERS' MERCHANTS, Docks, GLOUCESTER Large Selection of Well-seasoned 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, Galvanised Corrugated Iron Sneets. Noted Yard for Rough Boards, Scantlings, and other Timber, suitable for Shedding, Fowl-house* Garden and Farm purposes. Telephone Gloucester.