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'????r?.??9?'? ÙI!J;il W • r S. i < ■. !•" (i0)camp h<vTK»fro:n ■! -.i sr- <• h'> sa « ■>. \>r-h a, w-s; n » rpo "• !CH-S LJ i ♦<>pamt ni vi h'me-?.«' :,y ;¡,i:!):1.¡:/1;!1'IÜ,l: c f:?i nwsn.  ?-. 'I{':1ne:nle rmc'djt! c'n:ç r- Ine oaAxl the 8orrnct'- a'i i; -tti?,?ii. The disc.r.e k«vt l T., r (, ,cling until I used vi • Z.-un-Biik. This i:eh: b-tlia !-i "I'c''ik Kj ■ r- • r«-rticv«Hl ev«rv and itfi p ?-?'iit:):'<-dScph'-ttct'ini. ?, ■ ■ V'A SepII TI bend i-wwt ttaa I'i to Za ii-Buk." •V; ?.?? ?%? c??.?. ?7h.?v i-?'?, ? v » ■«" aW T school again, thanks or.i*v t?. J V' mww tbU- nidii> (he .rtalmetii <*( fei k ecZ'm'. rtmtrprm, ttnl-p fou». FV ?? 'i -J Zntu-Bttn Mtdic-nil Saavinw r'j ? ~S' matory a.nk;to.  and oilier /•<•«(? ciui Sal LEDBURY POSTAL GUIDE. Postmaster—Mr. J. BELL. Counter Attendance:—8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Week-days; 8.30 a.m. to 10 a.m. Sundays. Money Orders, Savings Bank, Inland Revenue Licenses, &c., Government Life Insurance and Annuity and Telegraph and Express Delivery Business, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Week-days. Sale of Stamps, Registration of Letters, Issue and Payment of Postal Orders, and Delivery of Callers Correspondence, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Week-days. Sunday-Sale of Stamps, Registration of Letters, Delivery to Callers, and Telegraph Business, 8.30 a.m to 10 a.m. Telegrams can be forwarded on Payment of extra fees after close of office up to 9 p.m. on Week-days, and between the hours of 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. on Sundays, notice being given. On Bank Holidays the public counter is closed at noon for all business excepting Telegraph business, Telegraph Money Order business, Express Delivery business, the Reception of Parcels, the Sale of Postage Stamps, and the Registration of Letters. Country Letter Carriers go out as on other Week-days, and return earlier. Telephone Call Office: 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. week-days. 8-30 a.m. to 10-30 a.m. Sundays. The Letter Box remains open at all hours for the posting of Letters. LETTERS. PARCELS ?.S? DESPATCHES-WEEK DAYS ^pLH™ Pbsting. DZSPATCHRO-WEEK DAYS. Posting 7.30 a m. Birmingham (delivery noon), London and Midlands, and North No generally (London delivery, 4.15 p.m.), Worcester, Malvern, Parcels. Gloucester and Hereford 9.45 a.m. Gloucester (delivery 1 p.m.), London, South and West of England 9.40 a m. (London delivery 5.15 p m.) 11 a.m. Birmingham (delivery 4 p.m.), London (delivery 7.15 p.m), Mid- 10.50 a.m. lands and North of England 1 p.m.] Birmingham (delivery 4 p.m), Malvern (delivery 4 p.m.), Midlands 12.55 pm. and North, Gloucester (delivery 4 pm.), South and West of England and London (London delivery 9.15 p.m.), Hereford and Worcester United States and Canada (Saturdays only). 4 p.m Gloucester (delivery 8 p.m ) and all parts. 3.55 p.m. 6.45 pm. Birmingham, Midlands, Malvern and Worcester. 6.40 p.m. (None of the foregoing Mails are despatched on Sunday or Bank Holiday^ 7 p.m. Ireland, Scotland, and North of England < -aerally.- 7 p.m. .8.30 p.m. London, Birmingham, Gloucester. Flerei id, Malvern, Stafford, 8 p.m. Worcester, Midlands and North of England, and West of England. (General night mail). Letters can be registered up to half-an-hour before the despatch of any Mail on the prepayment of fees of 2d., &c. SUNDAYS. 6.45 p.m. Birmingham, Malvern, Worcester, and Midlands, and North of England I 7.45 p.m. London, Gloucester, South and West of England No parcels are despatched on Sunday. DELIVERIES. Town.—Week-days.—Letters and Parcels are delivered, beginning at 7 a.m., 12-15 p.m., 5 p.m., and 7 p.m. on Week-days, and Letters only at 7-30 EUD. on SUNDAYS. RURAL DISTRICT.—Week Days. Latest time of (Letters and Parcels). Posting 6 a.m.—All parts. 12.10 p.m.—Bosbury, Castle Frome, Fromes Hill, Coddington. 12.45 p.m-&ahporton, Canon Frome, Putley, Trumpet, Munsley, Eastwood, Lower Eggleten, Little Marcle, Stretton Grandison. 3 p.m.-Ross Road, Leddington, Greenway, Donnington, Haffield, BroomsgreeB, Parkway Berrow Bromesberrow. 4.45 p m.-Eastnor, Holly Bush, Wellington Heath. SUNDA.YS.-(Letters only). 6 a.m.—Broomsgreen, Parkway, Donnington, Eastnor, Bosbury, and places on Main Road from Ledbury to Canon Frome. Homend Street Town Sub-Office. —Open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sale of Stamps, Parcel Post, Money Order, Postal Order, Savings Bank, Annuity and Government Stock, Licenses, &c., business. Newtown Town Sub-Office. -Open from 8 a.m. to 11-30 a.m., and 3-15 p.m. to 7-45 p.m. for sale ol Stamps and sale and payment of Postal Orders, Registration of Letters, and Parcel Post business. Express Delivery.—Letters and Parcels up to a weight of 51bs. are accepted for delivery immediately, at a charge of 3d. a mile, at the Head Office and at Telegraph Delivery Sub-Offices between the hours of 8 a. m. and 8 p.m. on Week-days. Town Collection from Sub-Offices and Wall Boxes on Week-dayg for relative Despatches and Deliveries from Head Office. a.m. a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. pm. Homend Street Town Sub-Office 5-45 9-30 11-40 — 3-40 4-25 6-45 7-50 Homend Terrace Wall Box 5-40 9-25 11-25 3-35 4-20 6-40 7-45 High Street Wall Box 5-50 9-35 1150 12-55 3-45 4-30 6-45 7-55. Newtown Town Sub Office. — 9-5 11-30 3-15 6-30 .„ 7-45 Southend .„ — 9-40 11-55 12-50 3-50 4-35 6-50 7-46 OatIeys Road. 5-30 8-50 11-15 — 3-0 — 6-15 740 NO COLLECTIONS ON SUNDAYS. Adjoining Villages with their Post Towns. Ashporton-Ledbury Avlton—Ledbury Birtsmorton- Tewkesbury Bosbury-Ledbury Bromesberrow-Ledbury Bromesberrow Heath—Dymock Canon Frome-Ledbury Castle Frome-Ledbury Coddington—Ledbury Colwall—Malvern Donnington-Ledbury Dymock-Gloucester Eastnor-Ledbury Eggleton (Upper)-Ledbury Eggleton (Lower)—Ledbury Leddington-Ledbury Little Marcle Ledbury Much Marcle—Gloucester Mathon-Malvern Munsley- Ledbury Parkway—Ledbury Pixley-Ledbury Putley—Ledbury Stoke Edith—Hereford Stretton Grandison-Ledbury Tarrington-Hereford ?"?- {Pp:^iba Hereford Wellington Heath-Ledbury Yarkhill— f ?ari Ledbury a i-Part Hereford Yatton-Roso

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Ledbury Corn Market.