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Sales bp Ruction. 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 theroughout the year. NEXT MARKET, JUNE 2, 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. Omclts:- NEW STREET, LEDBURY, AND St. ALDATES CHAMBERS. GLOUCESTER. LEDBURY STOCK MARKET POPE & SMITH WILL SELL BY AUCTION TUESDAY NEXT, JUNE 2nd, 1914. .50 PRIME FAT BEASTS. 80 STORE CATTLE. 400 SHEEP AND LAMBS. 20 CALVES. 380 PIGS. Further Entries Respectfully Solicited. Sale-Pigs and Store Cattle at 10, Sheep 11.36, Fat Cattle 12. Auctioneers' Officel-ew Street, Ledbury. TO LET, Audley Cottage, Ledbury, with a A. large garden. TO LET, Brierley Grange, Stauaton, a con- t venient gentleman's Residence, with stabling and grounds. TO LET, a Dwelling House, with garden and JL small paddock, at Eastnor. TO LET, an excellent Residence in Southend- JL street, Ledbury, TO LET, a Dwelling House in Woreester-road, Led bury. TO LET, a convenient Dwelling House in TSoulliend Stceet.-Apply, Pope & Smith, Ledbnry. TO LET, the Corner House, Greenway.— Apply, Pope & Smith, Auctioneers, Ledbury. J. L. Larkworthy & Co., AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERS, WORCESTER, Mowers, Swathers, Haymakers, Horse Rakes, Side Delivery Rakes, Hay Loaders. BY ALL LEADING MAKERS. LOWEST POSSIBLE CASH PRICES. Telephone-No. 46, Worcester. Telegrams-" Larkworthy, Worcester." LEDBURY PARISH CHURCH. RECTOR: REV. F. W. CARNEGY, M.A., R.D. CURATE KEY. 0. F. R. STRICKLAND, B.A. ORGANIST MR. F. A. HOBRO. LESSONS FOR SUNDAY, MAY 31st. Whit-Sunday MORNING. I EVENING. Deut. 16, 1-18. Isa. 2. Rom. 8, 1.18. 1 Gal 5, or Acts 18, v 24. 7 and 8 a.m.—Holy Communion. 11 a.m.—Matins. Hymns 157, 207, 156. 12 (noon) Holy Commuuion. 3-15-Children's Service. 6.30 p.m.—Evensong and Sermon. Hymns 157, 211, Anthem, 154, 152. Collections-Assistant Curate Fund. Church Army (Captain Nash)—Church Room, Sunday evenings, 6-30 p.m. Daily Matins 10 a. except on Wednesdays Fridays and Holy Days, when it is at 11 a.m. Daily Evensong at 5-30 p.m. ^CATHOLIC CHURCH, Southend Street. RECTOR—REV. F. C. LYNCH. Morning—Masses 9.0 and 11.0. Sunday School held at 3-30. Evening Service and Benediction 6.30. Mass daily at 8. Catechism each morning at 9. Benediction and Sermon on Thursdays, 8 p.m. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, High Street. PASTOR-REV. H. A. BARNES. Morning 11. Evening 6.30. Sunday School, 3 p.m. WESLEYAN CHAPEL, Homend Street. SUPT. MINISTER-REV. GEORGE DYER. ;3nnday-1O-30 a.m. and 6-30 p.m., Rev G Dyer. 'Collections—Circuit Funds. Wednesday, 7-30 p.m.—Rev G Dyer. SUNDAYS. Newent—11 ».m. and 6-30 p:m., Mr H Bray. Staunton-ll a.m., Mr Hawksworth;, 6-30 p.m., Mr Jeynes. Pendock—11 a.m. and 6 p.m., Supply. Redmarley-3 p.m. and 6-30 p.m., Mr Horn. Birtsmorton—11 a.m. and 6-30 p.m., Mr Bunn. -COlwall-ll a.m. and 6-30 p.m., Mr Hart. Much Marcle—3 p.m., Rev G Dyer. Bosbury—6 p.m., Mr Norman. BAPTIST CHAPEL, Hotuand Street. Sunday—11 a.m. and 6-31) p.m. Preacher- Rev W Pontifex. Sunday,School-IO a. m. and 3 p.m. Monday—Praise and Prayer Meeting, 7.'10 Friday—Christian Endeavoiu, 7-30 ESSAYS ON FIRST-AID." Adjudioation In the Zam-Buk Competition. Girls Do Better Than Boys. The competition amongst school children for essays on First-Aid," organised by C. E. Fulfoid, Ltd., the sole proprietors of Zim-Buk, has just concluded. Newly 10.000 Essays were sent in from schools and scholars in practically every corner of the British Isles. According to the judges' report, the essays disclose a much improved knowledge of First- Aid," due probably to the introduction of the study in the regular curriculum of Council Schools, but strangely enough the standard of merit is higher in the case of girls than boys. The essay which secured the highest number of marks, written by Miss Mildred Swinscoe. aged 13, of the Berry Brow Council School, Huddersfield, displays a really high degree of skill and in- genuity for a schoolgirl. The Silver Cup awarded to the teacher whose scholars displayed the best average knowledge ef First Aid," has bsen won by Miss M E Barnes, assistant mistress of the hnor Road Girts' schoot, West. Ham, Essex. — ♦ 1/3 sent to the J-l<poritr Office, Ledbury, will ensure a copy of thin. piper being sent post free every Friday evening or a quarter (13 weeks). Sales bp Huctiott. 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 inserton of particulars unless a Sale or Letting be effected. Telegrams Bmtons, Gloucester. Telephone 67. "MARLEY COMBINATION," FOALED 1911, Will stand at MARLEY HALL for the season. Fee 21 the Season, to be paid at Michaelmas, and 2s. 6d. the Groom, to be paid at time of serving. fC MARLEY COMBINATION" was bred by .iTi- Fowler Bros. Hanbury, Droitwich. He is by "Cattlegate Combination" 21259, dam 50859 "Diamond," Vol. 28, by "Capstone Harold 16590. He was 1st and Champion Foal at the Worcestershire Shire Horse Society's Show, and lat and Champion Foal at Droitwich. For further particulars apply to- W. BETTERIDGE, Marley Hall, 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 FIEL.D GATES Made to Order. POSTS SAWN ANY SIZE. Manufaotorer of Spokes, Ladder Rounds Etc., Etc. FIREWOOD BLOCKS & BUNDLE WOOD. New Market Street, Ledbury. W. F. WEST, Gieengrocer & Fruiterer, 38, Homend Street, Ledbury. All kinds of English and Foreign Fruits in season. ORANGES, Best Quality, 12 and 16 a Shilling. BANANAS, LEMONS, NUTS, &c. Fresh Vegetables of all Kinds Daily. New English Potatoes, 2d. per lb. All Kinds of Brushes and Baskets In Stock. CHEAPEST HOUSE in TOWN for BASKETS. Wreaths and Crosses Of all kinds, at all prices, made to order on the shortest notice. WE ARE NOW MAKING A SPECIAL DISPLAY OF Fancy Goods. Silver Articles. Goss China. Fire Screens. Toys. Dolls. SEE OUR WINDOWS. TILLEY & SON, THE LIBRARY, LEDBURY. THOMAS JONES, MONUMENTAL and 2 BUILDING MASON, 1 IN Stone, Marble or Granite M — a Monuments Cleaned and Repaired. Works- G.W.R. Station, MalvernWells and Belmont, Malvern, Link. Private Address- Taynton House, Lower Wilton Rd., Malvern. PUBLIC notices. PICTURE PALACE ROYAL HALL, LEDBURY. Manager-Mr L. P. HOULT. Two Grand Holiday Programmes! WHIT-MONDAY, at 2-30, 6-30 aad 8-45 p.m. (School Children, Id, 2d and 3d at Matinee). Tuesday and Wednesday at 8 p.m., the Stupen- dous Itala production- THE BURNING TRAIN. Absolutely Full of Interest. FIGHT FOR A FORTUNE By the Vitascope Co., &e., &c, 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 redueed prices for Sckool Children, Id, 2d and 3d). Complete Change of Programme, including the ever Popular Topical- THE DERBY. The Corner Stone of British Sport. THE CAMEO RING. RELIEF OF LUOKNOW. &c., &e. Usual Prices—Stalls Is; Pit Stalls 8d; Pit 4d. Operator—Mr. A. TWELVETREE. 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. N.B-The Picture Palace will close down after the second House on Saturday, 6tlfJune. NOTICE TO FARMERS IN THE LEDBURY HUNT. SIR GEORGE BULLOUGH regrets that his 0 horse" REGENT" will not be available this season, as he has been, and is still, saffeiing from a very severe cold. Consequently the horse is in very poor condition and will require a lot of building up. GARDEN FETE Will take place at Canon-Ffrome Court On THURSDAY, JUNE 25th, In aid of the DISTRICT NURSING AND ASHPERTON CHURCH FUNDS. The grounds will be open to the public at 2 p.m. ADMISSION-2 p.m. to 5 p.m., Is; 5 p.m. to 9 p.m., 6d. TENNIS (7 Courts). An American Tournament, open handicap, for prizes, has been arranged for (a) Mixed Doubles, (b) Gentlemen's Doubles. Entrance fee 2s 6d each competitor for each of the two events. Entries (accompanied by entrance fees) should be sent as soon as possible direct to W Brocklehurst, Esq., CredenhilJ, Hereford. (Entries close June 17th). Entertainments by a Pierrot Troupe, Clock Golf and other attractions. The splendid Band of the 1st Batt. King's Shropshire Light Infantry quartered at Tipperary, will play from 4-30 to 6 (during tea time), and trom 7 to 9 (Dancing on the Lawn). Refreshments and Teas by the Imperial Cafe Co., of Hereford. Messrs. Connelly and Co., of Hereford, will run Motors from Hereford, and the Royal Oak Hotel (Ledbury) will run Brakes from Ledbury at.29 per head, return. Places must be booked at the respective offices by the 23rd June. The nearest Station to the Cottrt is Ashperton (2i miles). 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, Watoh and Clook Maker, Goldsmith, Jeweller, Optlolan, &o., THE CROSS, GLOUCESTER Telephone 98. Constitution Hill, Birmingham For the Best Selection of Pianos & Player Pianos Prices in plain figures. Terms arranged, or discount for cash. FREE. -Illustrated List by Post. FREE.—Motor Van Deliveries. FREE.—Tuners Visit after Delivery. RILEY'S WITH PRINCIPAL PIANO HOUSES, CLOSE SATURDAYS AT ONE. 4 Popular & Effective Remedies. ?Tk Carboy Hair Tonic. Carboy Nursery Hair Wash. I!%¿f:¡rË1ih. ?? <?\? B&cka?he and Kidney Mixture. Blood Purifier. f t Chest, Throat and Lung Syrup. '?!?Et t Indigestion Mixture. t ?? ????/ =tic Mixture. \?g?Ct?JSf./ Quinine and Phosphorus Tonic. ?*?????????? ? Tic and Neuralgia Mixture. Children's Nutritive Tonic. Syrup of Figs. 71d per Bottle. Double 7 i-d. size, is. Sold only by- ARTHUR STEVENS, M.P.S. (Late FREEMAN), Pharmacist, 6, HIGH STREET, LEDBURY CHEAP PREPAI DS. -9 d. for 20 Wordsuanndder Three Six Once. Times. Times. a. d. a. d. e. d. 20 werds ? ? ? ? s3o0 and under ? ? 1 6 3 0 29 words 1. 2 0 4 0 36 words 1 a 2 6 5 a ";J:- -r Beokirjg 2d. extra. ADVERTISERS using this office as an audress for receiving replies to their advertisements under initials, etc., are requested to call for same, or enclose stamps for then* to be forwarded. SPECIAL NOTICE. Applicants sending replies for Advertisements addressed to initials or fictitious names at this Offiee, are requested not lie send original testimonials with their appliea-, bions, but to enclose copies oBly. Stamps are not accepted, but odd amounts may be affixed to Postal Orders according to Post Office regulations. Where the total amount of the remittanoe does not exceed sixpence, HALF-PENNY stamps may be sent. SITUATIONS VACANT. RESIDENT Salesman Cotector required for Ledbury district; good canvasset essential salary and commission. — Apply, Manager, Singer Sewing Machine Co., Hereford. WANTED, for Lefys Farm, Falcon Lane, Tv good General Workman, used to hops also strong, Youth to go with pair of horses, for Court Farm.—Ball, Court Farm, Aylton, Led- bury. SMART Boy wanted, age about 15; some knowledge of milking preferred garden and housework; live in; elotlies found good wages. —" M," Tilley's Library, Ledbury. WANTE D, Waggoner's Boy fer the Poolend Vt Farm.—Pritchett, The Castle, Munsley. REQUIRED for AUSTRALIA Men with farming experience also British Lads 16- 20 to learn farming special reduced fares f.3 only payable here.-Apply, W W BELL & Co., Ltd., Governments' Accredited Shipping Agents, 9. Broad Street, Worcester.-Also vacancies for Farm Workers (Canada) and Domesties (Canada and Australia); agsisted and advanced fares. DOMESTIC SERVANTS WANTED. CAPABLE General or Working Housekeeper three in family; very convenient house comfortable home and flood wages to suitable person.—Mrs Stephens. The Grey House, Colwall, Malvern. WANTED, good General Servant, with good references.—Apply, Mrs Manning, Stan- ley House, Bosbury, Ledbury. APARTMENTS. COMFORTABLE Fui.ilshed Apartments to let, in Ledbury.—Apply, by letter, B.J., Reporter Office, Ledbury. PROPERTY TO BE LET OR SOLD. TO BE LET. LEDBURY.— L Garden, Albert Road, Newtown. Convenient Residence, 923. Dan-y-Craig, £ 35 per annnm. Roseville, furnished or unfurnished, £ 30 per annnm. Large Garden, Albert Road, Newtown, JE2. Cottage and garden, Hillfields, Parkway, 1/9 weekly. Cottage, Bye Street. Gentleman's Residence, South Parade, im- mediate possession. South Cottage, Malvern Wells; large garden; E25 Sporting Residence, 480 per annum. REDMARLEY. R The Old Post Omce. Two Cottages in the Village. TO BE SOLD. EDBURY.- AJ House, Shop and Premises at the Upper Cross, Ledbury. Two Cotbages and Garden, Parkway, front ing main road. Country House and Grounds, £ 1,600. Four Cottages at Redmarley. X Desirable Freehold Frm, about 70 acres. Small Holding at Leddington. Seven Building Allotments. House and very large garden, £ 500. ad j oin Building site, Albert Road, two plots adjoin ing. Cottages, Woodleigh Road. 6 Freehold Cottages and Gardens, Parkway Two Houses, Bye Street. REDMARLEY.— J? Cottage and Orchard. For further particulars apply- HENRY QARROOD, SOLICITOK, LEDBURY. TO LET, Cottage in Hodges' Yard.- Apply, JL Mrs Hodges, Homead-street, Ledbury. TO LET. Cottage and Garden at Oldfields, t. Leddington.—Apply, Messrs R & C B Masefield, Solicitors, Ledbury. NPO BE LET, from February 2nd, 1915, JL Strangwood Farm, Coddington, with dwell- ing honse and buildings; about 43 acres pasture and tillage.-Applicatit)nt. to be made in writing only to the Secretary, Coddington Charity Tiustees, The Slateli, Bosbury, Ledbury. E ASTNOR.-House to be let, in pleasant J['J situation facing south; 2 sitting rooms, kitchen and offices, 4 bedrooms, paddock, garden and stable rent X18, inclndihs: rstes.—Apply to A R Rowden, Eastnor Cattle Estate Office, near Ledbury. FOR 8ALB. FOR SALE, late 1913 Singer Motor Cycle <L 2F-h.p., F.E., open frame; suit lady or gent; very little used. -Particulars, H C Cecil, Swan Cycle Works, Ledbury. TWO Mail Carts for sale, cheap; also good TSewing Machin&; suit tailor or dressmaker. —Bird, 46, Homqnd-street, Ledbury. FOR SALE, 200 to 300 Gallons of Cider.- F4pply, A C Fawke, Much Marcle, Gloo. FOR SALE, Ox Cabbage Plants Robinson's Jf Champion Drumheid strong stuff at 3/- per 1,000.-Bunn, Nurseryman, Colwall. FOR SALE, a Light Handcart; solid-tyred Fwheels; suitable for a greengrocer or any tradesman.— To be seett 0;. the Reporter Office. H. P. 1913 feotor Cycl i and Side-Car for sale; in splendid running Jrder any reasonable trial.-S Lane, Staplow, Ledbury. FOR SALE, Lady's B!?cle good condition 13 to be seen at the Reporter Omce. WALL^PXPERS from lid per Roll. Any Tv quantity, large or small, wholesale prices. Stock exceeds 250,000 rolls all classes. Write for patterns, stating class required. (Dept 377), Barnett Wall-Papei* Co., Ltd., Knott; Mill, Manchester. PEDIGREE Shorthorn Bulls 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 Hewitt, The Home Farm, Hope End, Ledbury. I LOST AND FOUND. LOST, out of Stoke Edith Park, a Yearling JtJ Sheep, in wool, marked with red across shoulders last seen by the Lodge, Stoke Editlt; all expenses will be paid.-Apply, the Police Station, Stoke Edith, or S Bennion, Dymock. LOST, between Donnington and Ledbury, Gent's Old English Lever Watch, with Gold Chain.—Finder rewarded on returning same to Manager, Reporter Office, Ledbury, ^ITRAYED to the White House, Dymock, 2 ? Pony Colts and Mare.-Owner can have 4i;?;ying expenses. WANTED. WANTED, 160 gallons Cider; price and sample to be submitted.—Apply, Joseph Tilt, Mount Pleasant, Bromsgrove. WANTED, Pony, about 14 hands must be W qniet to drive and pass all traffic.- GrifEths, Froomes Hill, Ledbury. WANTED, Keep for 12 yearling cattle.— vV —Beaumont, Baynhams, Ledbury. WANTED, Youth's Second-hand Bicycle, in good condition. -Griffiths, Froomes Hill, Ledbury. A NTIQUES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION A. WANTED. High Prices given for Old Silver.—J E PAGE, Jeweller, 4, Broad-street, Hereford. MISCELLANEOUS. IMPORTANT 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, 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 HAVK BEEN SLAUGHTERED BY USING HARRISON'S 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., lcr 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 testimonials. Write to-day for copies, and the finest Catalogue ever printed (with coloured illus- trations showing exact machines). GEORGE BEATSON, Lion' Cycle Works, 84, Moseley Street, BIRMINGHAM. Payments if desired, 15s with order and 10.3 per month. T. F. DAVIS, ORGANIST, TEACHER of the PIANOFORTE and HARMONY, CLARE MONT," COLWALL, MALVERI Pupils Prepared for Examination. Pianofortes Tuned & Repaired. Pianofortes by all the Best Makers to order. DETACHED PIANOLAS suitable for playing on any Piano. ENGLISH AND AMERICAN DENTISTRY C. H. DOVEY ATTENDS LEDBURY EVERY TUESDAY From 11 &.m. till 5 p.m. at Mr. PEDLINGHAM, Grocer, Market Place. r;Ã:r i' .) ;é j.. {;.uf '0 r.; .;J;;¡;:d"" lt 1' C"\i ,rr:$'" ) ril AT HA^ie Usual Cost. JL JE?JCj JL JTJL Fitted without extraction or pain, made on Vulcanite, Gold, and Alloy. Sets from One Gninea. We Re-make Teeth Supplied by ethers that have proved useless. at a trifling expense, and guarantee complete tatisfaction 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 mouth 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 On seeing Mr. Dovey personally, as he does not send assistants to his branches. Permanent Addrms- C.H. DOVEY, Anglesea House,Worcester Rd Gt. Malvern A. A. SHORTHOUSE, Ltd., MEAT & CATTLE SALESMEN, City Meat Market, BIRMINGHAM. All kinds of Cattle Sold on Commission. TELEPHONE-SS MIDLAND. TELEGRAPHIC ADDRESS MEAT BIRMING'M. Hollybush Quarry. SECOND BROKEN STONE, suitable for private, farm and bye roads, concrete and other building purposes Small Quantities 3/- per ton. 50 Tons and over 2/9 JJ 100 Tons and over 2/6 of SECOND ROUQH STONE, suitable for bottoms of roads, filling in fold yards, etc Up to 100 Tons 1/4 pec ton. 100 Tons and over .„ 1/2 „ "GRAVEL or Chippings (Unscreened), suitable for facing roads and paths: Small Quantities 2/3 per ton. 50 Tons and over 1/9 100 Tons and over 1/6 JJ GRAVEL or Chippings (Screened), excellent material for concrete Small Quantities 3/- per ton 50 Tons and over 2/6 JJ 100 JIons and over 2/3 „ WASTE, suitable for tilling in, etc :— 6d. per ton. EASTNOR CASTLE ESTATE OFFICE, NEAR LEDBURY. A. WORD ABOUT TEA Points worth noting in the selection of your TEA. Teas that are genuinely SPLENDID VALUE Are those which you procure from Wilks' Stores Very Special Value now being offered at 1/6 and 1/8 lb. All our Teas are carefully selected to suit the water of this district. REMEMBER.-The full strength and flavour is always to be found in our Teas, because they are weighed lap STRAIGHT FROM THE CHEST As you order them. Not stored away in packets, whereby the strength and flavour is lost. These Teas are praised every day. There is no questioning the EXCEPTIONAL 1 QUALITY! If you appreciate GOOD TEA, and do not already use these special blends, post along the Coupon below for Free Sample. We know you will be pleased. The postage will be refunded to you. Note the Address wILKS STORES Noted House for Tea, 10 & 11, HIGH STREET LEDBURY. Please Send Free Sample of your Special Blend Tea at per lb. FARMMS'UNION DINNER 1914. It was said by one of the speakers, that Ledhnry was noted, amongst other things, for Beer; this is quite correct, and if yon will try a glass of eo: BITTER ALE you will at once acknowledge that it is 80. One reason for its excel- lence is that it is brewed with HEREFORDSHIRE HOPS enly. LAKE BOOB. & BASTOW, Vine Brewery, Ledbury. Telephone—P.O. 12. PAINLESS DENTISTRY W. A. HOBSON, Lower Cross, LEDBURY. TEETH Extracted, PAINLESS JL n JL IjL Method. TE ETH Artificial, from 91 Single Set. TP 1^ I^E^TT Repairs Promptly JL JLjJLj JL JLJL attended to (any maker). HOURS OF CONSULTATION Fridays, 2 p.m. to i p.m. Market Days (Tuesdays), 9-30 a.m. to 5 p.m. ADVICE FREE. Lower Cross, Ledbury (Next to New Inn Hotel). NOTICE OF REMOVAL From March 25th. HAVING secured more CENTRAL and Commodious premises, Mr. HOBSON begs to inform the public that in future he will person- ally attend all patients at his DENTAL ROOMS on the premises of Mr. MARKLOVE, Lower Cross, Ledbury (next to the New IDa Hotel, and opposite the Reading Room), every Tuesday and Friday. ESTABLISHED 1824. The Yorkshire Insurance Compam LIMITED. Reserve Funds nearly Z3,000,000 Claims Paid exceed £ 6,500,000. CHAIRMAN EDWIN GRAY, EsQ. LIVE STOCK INSURANCE: Insure with tb" wealthiest Company transact- ing this class of Insurance. For latest feature* including FOALING and other SPECIAL RISKS, see the Company's new prospectus, which may be had post iiee. WORKMCM 8 COMPENSATION, inoiudlnjj 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 nsurance at Minimum Cost. The lowest prem urns charged by any British Life Office. Write or particulars. BRISTOL OFFICE2, Clare Street. Application for Agencies in unrepresented districts invited. p 81; IV ASK YOUR CHEMIST, ? Grocer or Wine Merchant, • ? FOR BURROW'S 1 "ALPHA BRAND" F KALVERK WATERS You will find them Superior in Purity Ba to all other Table Waters. IF NOT KEPT IN STOCK, apply to I W. & J. BURROW, I THE SPRINGS, MAL VERN. Malvern Soda, Malvern Seltzer, ■ I Malvern Potash and Lithia Waters. Six Dozen, Carriage Paid. 1 In Corked Bottles, Screw Stopper Bottles, JI 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, Out ana Sawn Lath, Weather Boards, Oak and Deal Field Gates and Posts Ladders. Ladder .nd Scaffold Poles. Q-alvanisea Corrugated Iron S h eets. Noted Yard for Rough Boards, Scantlings, ant- other Tire ber, suitable for Shedding, Fowl-houtee Garden and Farmi purposes. Telephone Gloucester.