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I OUR WEEKLY CALENDAR.

SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1914. Topical…

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COLWALL NEWS.

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COLWALL NEWS. DANCE. On Thursday evening a Liberal dance, which was attended by over 100 young people, was held at The Winnings Farm, which was kindly lent by Mr F Ballard, Broadwood. The success of the meeting was principally due to Mr Percy Lewis, who acted as M.C. Miss Lily Bishop was the pianist. LEGACY. At the 7 o'clock celebration of Holy Com- munion at the Parish Church, on Ascension Day, the Rector announced that the late Tilley, Claverdon, Colwall, the widow of the late Rev. Mr Tilley, a former Vicar of Claver- don, Warwickshire, has left £ 50 by will to- wards the liquidation of the building debt on the New Hill Church. GUARDIANS AND RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL ELECTION. Nominations closed at noon on Thursday for the casual vacancy for the parish of Colwa 11 Oft the Ledbury Board of Guardians and Rural District Couneil, caused by the retirement of Mr M J Powell, who for private reasons resigned. There are two nominations, viz. :-Lake, Bessie, Brook House, CI wall, spinster Roberts, John Roberts, Quarrybeq, Colwall, gentleman. There were eight nomination papers for Miss Lake and ive for Mr Roberts. Withdrawals can be made up to noon on Tuesday next, and the election, which appears probable, will take place on Monday, June 15. Mr R Homes, Clerk to the Guardians and Rural Distaiet Council, is the returning officer.

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