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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, JULY 14, 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. QfTICES ■ NEW STREET, LEDBURY, AND St. ALDATES CHAMBERS. GLOUCESTER. NOTICE TO SHEEP OWNERS. LEDBURY STOCK MARKET. MESSRS. POPE & SMITH have pleasure to advise their Clients that the Sheep Dip- ping Orders will not affect sheep being brought to Ledbury Market on Tuesday, July 14th, 1914, and such sheep need not be accompanied by an Order. After that date until August 31st, 1914, the usual Order of the Board of Agriculture, viz 11 That Sheep moved to a Market or Sale Yard shall be accompanied with a Declaration on Form F., to the effect that the sheep have been dipped," will apply. Form F. may be obtained on application to Supt. Williams, of Ledbury, or outside' the County from the Police Officer in charge of the District. New Street, Ledbury. WORCESTERSHIRE. POPE & SMITH WILL Sell by Auction at the FEATHERS W INN, CASTLEMORTON, on FRIDAY, JULY 17th, 1914, at 5 o'clock precisely, the following FREEHOLD SMALL HOLDINGS Lot 1.—A Stone and Brick-built Cottage with 2 large Gardens and small Orchard, situate in the Parish of Castlemorton, comprising 2 roods, 14 perches or thereabouts, now in the occupation of Mr John Allsopp at a rental of £ 7. Lot 2.—A Brick and Stone-built Cottage adjoining Lot 1, with Outbuildings, good Garden, and 2 pasture Orchards, containing together 2*124 acres or thereabouts, in the occupation of Mr Sidney Smith, at t,he annual rental of X12. Lot 3.—The II Grove," or "Grove Cottage," with small Orchard, situate in the Parish of Castlemorton, adjoining Holly Bed Common. This Lot is now in hand. Lot 4.—" The Grove," adjoining Lot 3, a well-built four-roomed Cottage with good Garden, Outbuildings and Orchard, in the occupation of Mr Charles Wagstaff, at an annual rental of X8 10s. The Auctioneers desire to call special attention of intending purchasers to the above Properties, as each Lot has full common rights. For further particulars apply to Mr H Vernon Smith. Solicitor, Ledbury, or to the Auctioneers, -Offices, New Street, Ledbury. THE LEYS, BERROW. 5 miles from Ledbury. POPE & SMITH HAVE received instructions from Mr Charles H Thornbury, who is going abroad, to Sell by Auction on the Premises as above, on FRIDAY, 31ST JULY, 1914. the whole of the Valuable STOCK-IN-TRADE and PLANT of a WHEELWRIGHT and BLACKSMITH. A Large Quantity of Excellent Converted Timber, the whole of the Blacksmith's and Wheelwright's Tools, &c. The Live and Dead FARMING STOCK, including 2 Exceptionally good Dairy Cows, 2 Strong Weaned Calves, Hilt in farrow, 7 Strong Store Pigs, and 12 Head of Poultry. Spring Cart with cushions, &c., complete, Light 4-wheel Trolley with brake &e., 2-wheel Trap with lamps and cushions. The whole of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, China, Glass and Kitchen Utensils, the Dairy Utensils, in- cluding Barrel and End-over-end Chuins, Diabolo" Separator, &c., together with 2 Gent's and 1 Lady's Free-wheel Bicycles, the Garden Tools and numerous other effects. No Catalogues. Sale at 1-30 p.m. precisely. Auctioneers' Offices -New Street, Ledbury. FOR SALE BY TENDER (with a very low JC reserve), all That Valuable Freehold Property known as THE TAN YARDS, situate in the Church Street, in! the Parish of Ledbury, and comprising TWO WELL-BUIfiT COT. TAGES, a LARGE WAREHOUSE and a SPACIOUS BUILDING SITE. As the pro. perty is at present let it produces a gross ANNUAL RENTAL of X26 6., while the Warehouse and the greater portion of the Land is in hand. The Vendors do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any other tender. Tenders to be sent to Messrs. POPE & SMITH, Estate Agents. Ledbury, on or before the 17th day of July, 1914. Offices-New Street, Ledbury. TO BE LET, 19 Acres of Excellent Grass Keeping, 3 miles from Ledbury. To be graz3d till December 31st, 1914. Apply, POPE & SMITH, Ledbury. SHOOTING. TO BE LET, 1,000 Acres of Exoellent Mixed Shooting -100 Acres Wood. 500 Acres more -oiild be had if required. Apply, POPE & SMITH, Ledbury. TO LET, Brierley Grange, Staunton, a con- venient gentleman's Residence, with ^tabling and grolinds. •ri^iO LET, an excellent Residence in Southend. 1. street, Ledbury, For further particulars of any of the above, apply to- POPE & SMITH, Auctioneers, Ledbury. Take Care of Your Skin and Gomplcxion During the Winter. W BEETHAM'S ff la-rola. This Dainty Toilet Preparation protects the skin against the effects of Frost, Cold Winds, and Hard Water, and prefents Roughness, Redness, Irritation, Chaps, etc. WIll KEEP THE SKIN IN A PERFECT CONDITION ALL THE YEAR ROUND. Renders the skin Soft and White, and adds a charm of youth to the complexion. Battles Ia.. 2*. 6d., of all Chemists and Store*. M. BEETHAM & SON, Cheltenham. Sales bp Ruction. 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- 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. R. E. DA W, 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 & BUNDLE WOOD. New Market Street, Ledbury. Hollybusyuarry. SEOOND BROKEN STONE, suitable for Erivate, farm and bye roads, concrete and other uilding purposes:— Small Quantities .« 3/- per ton. 50 Tons and over 2/9 100 Tons and over 2/6 SEOOND ROUGH STONE, suitable for bottoms of roads, filling in fold yards, etc Up to 100 Tons 1/4 per ton. 100 Tons and over 1/2 GRAVEL or Chippings (Unscreened), suitable for facing roads and paths Small Quantities per ton. 50 Tons and over 1 9 100 Tons and over 1/6 GRAVEL or Chippings (Screened), excellent material for concrete Small Quantities 3/- per ton 50 Tons and over 2/6 „ 100 ions and over 2/3 WASTE, suitable for filling in, etc :— 6d. per ton. EASTNOR CASTLE ESTATE OFFICE, NEAR LEDBURY. TILLEY & SON, LEDBURY. Jam Pot Covers In Id., 2d. and 3d. Packets. Fire, Screens From 6d. to 5/ Tennis Balls, AYRES' 12/3. SLAZENGER'S 12/ Goss Crest China. Model of the Old Market House, 1/ Daily Mail Milestone Map of this District, One Shilling. 6d. Novels, 100 New Titles just received. Ledbury Woodland Scene Post Cards, Series of 7 for 6d. ready shortly. Genuine Thermos Flasks, From 2/6 each. Pen Painting: Materials, Full Stock just received. TILLEY & SON, Ledbury. THOMAS JONES, MONUMENTAL and BUILDING MASON, A Stone, Marble or Granite ft Monuments Cleaned and Repaired. ffiEt Works- G.W.R. Station, Malvern Wells and Belmont, Malvern, Link. Private Address— Taynton House, Lower Wilton Rd., Malvern. ? Popular & Effective ???? Remedies. -C? Carboy Hair Tonic. Carboy Nursery Hair Wash. If —j$L| I Household Embrocation. Backache and Kidney Mixture. Jr S i||V\ Blood Purifier. f "'? ? Chest, Throat and Lung Syrup. t Indigestion Mixture. I V jk. :?'p??'7 ? Rheumatic Mixture. Quinine and Phosphorus Tonic. Tic and Neuralgia Mixture. Children's Nutritive Tonic. Syrup of Figs. 7!d per Bottle. Double 7,1d. size, Is. Sold only by- ARTHUR STEVENS, M.P.S. (Late FREEMAN), Pharmacist, 6, HIGH STREET, LEDBURY public IRotices. DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the PARTNERSHIP heretofore subsisting between us the undersigned William Powell, George Alfred Powell, Philip Thomas Stedman Powell and John Henry Powell carrying on business as Farmers at The Hallend, Little Hill and Wonder Farms in the several parishes of Much Marcle, Putley and Wool hope in the County of Herefoid under the style or firm of WILLIAM POWELL & Co. has been dis- solved by mutual consent as and from the 2nd day of February last so far as concerns the said George Alfred Powell who retires from the said, firm. All debts due to and owing by the said late firm will be received and paid by the said William Powell, Philip Thomas Stedman Powell and John Henry Powell who will continue to carry on the said bueiness at the above address. Dated the 3rd day of July, 1914. WILLIAM POWELL, GEO. A. POWELL, PHILIP T. S. POWELL, JOHN H. POWELL. In the Matter of a Deed of Assignment for the Benefit of Creditors executed by THOMAS JAMES DENBY, of Lime- trees Farm, Dymook, In the County of Gloucester, Farmer. THE Creditors of the above-named Debtor JL who have not already sent in their CLAIMS are required on or before the 25th day of July, 1914, to send in their Claims to Mr CHARLES THOMAS SMITH of Ledbury in the County of Hereford Auctioneer the Trustee under the Deed, and in default they will be excluded from the benefit of the dividend pro- posed to be declared. Dated this 4th day of July, 1914. FRANK TREASURE, St. John's Chambers, Gloucester, Solicitor to the Trustee. HEREFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL. THE EDUCATION COMMITTEE invite TTENDERS for the ;upply of NEEDLE- WORK MATERIALS for use in Public Elementary Schools. Particulars may be obtained on application to the Secretary, Educa- tion Office, Shire Hall, Hereford. .7"^ Signed: JOHN WILTSHIRE, County Education Secretary. Shire Hall, Hereford. 9th July, 1914. REDMARLEY AND DISTRICT FLOWER SHOW On AUGUST BANK HOLIDAY, AUGUST 3rd, at the Down House, Redmarley (By kind permission of Sir George Bullough, M.F.H., and Lady Bullough). PRIVATE GROUNDS OPEN UNTIL 6-30 p.m., and DANCING from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. UPWARDS OF £ 70 IN PRIZES. SPLENDID PROGRAMME OF SPORTS AND OTHER AMUSEMENTS. Mr. %J. D-xintc)in'a Pierrots h The WellancDs." THE ———— Imperial Viennese Military Band W ill be in attendance. Refreshments of all kinds provided on the Ground. Gates open at 2 p.m. Admission is. After 4, 6d. ChUdren Half-price. Schedules and all information from the Hon. Secretary, MR. T. KIRBY, School House, Redmarley. MADRESFIELD AGRICULTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL SHOW Thursday, August 6th, 1914. Open and Local Glasses. Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, Poultry, Pigeons, Butter, Flowers, Fruit, Vegetables, Implements, Jumping and Driving, Bending Race, Sheep Dog Trials. Schedules and Entry Forms may be had from the Secretary, A. D. MELVIN, The Poplars, Malvern Link. HARTPURY & DISTRICT HORSE SHOW AND HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY, GLOUCESTER. THE THIRTEENTH ANNUAL SHOW Will be held at HARTPU RY On Thursday, July 30th, 1914. Horse Show Hunters and Heavy Horses. Driving, Jumping and Riding Classes. Entries Close July 20th. Send for Schedule. Horticultural Show, Dog Show, Bowling. ROUNDABOUTS & SIDE SHOWS. Cinderford Prize Band For Dancing on the Lawn. Public Luncheon and Refreshments. Teas. (Tickets obtained on or before July 25th, Ninepence each). S. A. KILBURN, Secretary, Hartpury, Gloucester. public IRotices. GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY. The Ledbury Branch of the Natfofial Conservative League Will run their ANNUAL EXCURSION (TO PORTSMOUTH For SOUTHSEA and ISLE OF WIGHT, On SATURDAY, JULY 18th, 1914, On which date thare is to be a Grand Naval Review, At which it is expected HIS MAJESTY THE ICJKG will be present. 10 or 14 From 1 day. S c ys. 7 days. days. SJXh 1 6/6 18/- 14/- 16/- Ashperton ) ) 6' /6 10' 14' 161/- LEDBURY SSSSU.4 5/9 9/6 13/- 15/- Great Malvem t Malvern Link J Times of Departure—Wlthington 3-20 a.m., Stoke Edith 3-30, Ashperton 3-40, Ledbury 3-55, Colwall 4-15, Malvern Wells 4-20, Great Malvern 4.30, Malvern Link 4-35. Portsmouth Town arrive about 8-49 a.m. Returning same day at 10-40 p.m. from Portsmouth Town. Children under 12 half-price. No Luggage allowed except to Period Passengers. Passengers Booking for Long Periods return as follows from Portsmouth :—3 Days, on July 20th 7 Days, on July 24th; 10 Days, on July 27th 14 Days, on July 31st, by 10-1 a.m. Train from Portsmouth. Tickets CAN ONLY be obtained from the following, and NOT AT Railway Stations, and must be purchased on or before MONDAY, JULY 13th. At Ledbury- Messrs. T Chadd, W S Bowes, W Brookes, E W Palmer (New Inn Hotel), W Mansell (Hon. Sec. N.C.L. Ledbury Branch), or Tilley's Library. Messrs. E G Shew, Cold Green, and A G Parmee, BOSBURY. Miss Haynes, Post Office. THE TRUMPET. At MALVERN—Mr H Keen, Elton, Court Road, or Mr Haines, Gazette Office. At MAL- VERN WELLS-Mr T Haines, Station House. At COLWALL Mrs Plowman, The Post Office. Long Period Tickets and att information can be obtained from T. HENvfNs. Excursion Hon. Sec., Ledbury. BOUQUETS. WREATHS. CROSSES. Harps, Anchors, Sprays, or any other design made up by expert hands with the choicest Flowers in season, at reasonable prices. Carefully packed and sent to any part of the British Isles at short notice. Bedding Plants A SPECIALITY. ANY QUANTITY AT ALL PRICES. Lists on application. Boxes of CU"; Flowers Sent post free for Is 6d, 2;' 6d, and upwards. Fruit Trees, Roses, Shrubs, Herbaceous Plants Alpine Plants, and Spring Bedding Plants, at reasonable prices. Silver Sand, Peat, Loam, Charcoal, Mats, and all requisites for the garden supplied at cut prices. New Gardens laid out, oH ones renovated. Tennis Courts, Croquet Lawns, Bowling Greens, and Cricket Grounds. A trial order solicited. Satisfaction Guaranteed. W. BUNN, Nurseryman, OOLWALL. W. F. WEST, Gieengiocer & Fruiterer, 38, Homend Streat, Ledbury. All kinds of Etiglish and Foreign Fruits In season. ORANGES, Best Quality, If and 16 a Shilling. BANANAS, LEMONS, NUTS, &c. Fresh Vegetables of all Kinds Daily. New English Potatoes, lid. 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. CHOICE PRESENTS! W. C. MANN'S Stock is complete with a Superb Collection of DIAMOND ORNAMENTS GEM JEWELLERY. SILVER PLATS. And Inexpensive Novelties, SPECIALLY SUITABLE FOR PRESENTS. W. C.MANN (Member of the British Optical Association), Chronometer, Watoh ani Clook Maker, Goldsmith, Jeweller, Optiolan, Ac., THE CROSS, GLOUCESTER Telephone 98. REASONS WHY RILEY'S should have your pat onage in all matters appertaining to and Organs are numerous and conv. cing. A few will suffice. RILEY'S have been the most Central and PriDcil to1 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, aud the unfailing cour- tesy which has been extended to every patron in the past is cordially offered to you now. HENRY RILEY a SONS, CONSTITUTION HILL, BIRMINGHAM. Return Railway Fares refunded to Purchasers RILKY'S WITH PRINCIPAL PIANO HOUSES, CLOSE SATURDAYS AT ONE. CHEAP, PREP AIDS. I 9d. for 20 Wordsr Three Six Once. Times. Times. s. d. s. d. a. d. 20 words 0 9 1 6 3 0 and under ? 9 1 6 3 ø 28 words 1 0 2 0 4 0 36 words 1 3 2 6 5 0 Bookings 2d. extra. ADVERTISERS using this office as an aadress for receiving replies to their advertisements under initials, etc., are requested to call for same, or enclose stamps for them to be forwarded. SPECIAL NOTICE. Applicants sending replies for Advertisements addressed 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, Agent to sell Reporter in Froomes W Hill and Castle Froome District; good commission.—Apply, Manager, Reporter Office, Ledbury. DRAYMAN wanted at once must have good character.—Lane Bros & Bastow, Vine Brewery, Ledbury. WANTED, Respectable Lad to help in shop Tv and make himself useful. — Apply, C Pedlingliam, High-street, Ledbury. WANTED, at once, Errand Boy.—Apply, Milward's Boot Stores, High-street, Ledbury. AMBER WELL HOUSE ASYLUM. PROBATIONERS REQUIRED TO TRAIN for three years in mental work. Lectures given by the medical staff, and a certificate granted by the Medico-Psychological Association after successful examination. Applicants must be well educated, between the ages of 21 and 30 years salary commencing at £ 20, and uniform. —Apply, by letter, enclosing photograph, or call any morning (eleven-one) upon the Matron, 33, Peckham-road, London. REQUIRED for AUSTRALIA Men with farming experience also British Lads 16- 20 to learn farming special reduced fares £ 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 Domestics (Canada and Australia); assisted and advanced fares. DOMESTIC SERVANTS WANTED. A GENERAL Maid wanted about 18 years of T\ age; no cooking.—Apply, F W Juckes, 32, Homend-street, Ledbury. WANTED, good experienced General tv Servant or Working Help; good wages and comfortable home. Apply to Mrs J B Tanner, Hay Traps, near Ledbury. WANTED, in farmhouse, useful Help no children; good home. Apply, Mrs Hanby, Hartpury, Gloucester. PROPERTY TO BE LET OR SOLD. TO BE LET. LEDBURY.— L Garden, Albert Road, Newtown. Convenient Residence, £ 23. Dan-y-Craig, 935 per annum. Roseville, furnished or unfurnished, f30 per annum. Large Garden, Albert Road, Newtown, f2. Gentleman's Residence, South Parade, im- mediate possession. South Cottage, Malvern Wells; large garden; JC25 Sporting Residence, XSO per annum. Cottage and Garden, Lower Road, New Town, 16/- monthly. Cottage, No. 9, Freeman's Buildings, 2/6 weekly. Small House, Southend Street, fl monthly. REDMARLEY. RTwo Cottages in the Village. TO BE SOLD. LEDBURY.— L House, Shop and Premises at the Upper Cross, Ledbury. Two Cobfcages and Garden, Parkway, front ing main roa.d. Country House and Groqnds, 41,600. Four CotJttle8 at Redmarley. Desirable Freehold Farm, about 70 acres. Small Holding at Leddington. Seven Building Allotments. House and very large garden, £ 500. Building site, Albert Road, two plots adjoin ing. Cottages, Woodleigh Road. 6 Freehold Cottages &nd Gardens, Parkway Two Houses, Bye Street. REDMARLEY.- RCottage and Orchard. For further particulars apply- HENRY QARROOD, SOUCITOR, LEDBURY. FARM to be let at Michaelmas next. Owing JL to the sudden illness of the gentleman who had arranged to take Gold Hill, Eastnor, the farm ifl still available. 482 acres, of which about 90 acres are arable. Only a really up-to- date and substantial tenant will be entertained. -Apply, A R Rowden, Eastnor Castle Estate Office, near Ledbury. PARTRIDGE Shooting to be let at Little iL Marcie.-Apply to A R Rowden, Eastnor Castle Estate Oflice, near Ledbary. COTTAGE and Garden to Let at Bradlow.— ? Apply, H Dew, The Cloisters, Ledbury. FOR SALE. 4>3. LIGHT-WEIGHT Royal Enfield Motor- 4 Cycle, in good running condition £ 19, or nearest offer.-Apply, A.S., Reporter Office, Ledbury. FOR SALE, 20 Cords of Oak Wood in the Dale's Coppice.—Apply, Watkins, Froomes Hill, Ledbury. FOR SALE, good, clean, tough Wheat Straw Jf for thatching.—Apply, Williamson, Lint- ridge, Dymock. GENT'S Cycle quite new Clincher tyres Sturmey Archer 3-speed latest improve- menta; cheap £ 4 10^.—Apply, E.J., Reporter Office, Ledbury. SECOND-HAND 18 Jets Horse Power Hop kj Washer (by Drake & Fletcher) for Sale perfect order JE27 10I or offer.-Swift, Ledbury. IT^OR SALE, a Light Handart; 80lid.tyred Fwheels; suitable for a greengrocer or any tradesman.—To he seen at the Reporter Office. 6-H.P. 1913 VIotor Cycle and Side-Car for sale \) in splendid running order any reasonable trial.—S Lane, Staplow, Ledbury. FOR SALE, Lady's Bicycle good condition £ 3 to be seen at the Reporter Office. PEDIGREE Shorthorn Balls and Bull Calves P. 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. LOST AND FOUND. LOST, a Holly Driving Whip between the Jt-J Parkway and Ledbury finder rewarded.— G H Smith, New-street, Ledbury. WANTED. A NTIQUES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION A. WANTED. High Prices given for Old Silver.—J E PAGE, Jeweller, 4, Broad-street, Hereford. MISCELLANEOUS. WALL-PAPERS from lkd 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), Barnett Wall-Paper Co., Ltd., Knott Mill, Manchester. HOBBIES' Guinea i-plate Hand Camera for JLJL Sale (nearly new); to carry 12 plates complete with tripod, etc. price 8-J 6,i.-Apply, 77, Albert-road, Newtown, Ledbury. IMPORTANT TO MOTHERfS.-Every & Mother who values the Health and Clean- liness of her Child should use HARRISON'S 11 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. ta l Sold by Chemists. Agent for Ledbury-A STEVENS (late Freeman), Chemist, Market Place Newent, H Whittles; Colwall, Amos, Chemist. MILLIONS OF RATS HAYK REEN 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., 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, 15 58. Ode 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 maehines. NO EXTRAS. Lamp, Bell, Pump, and every- thing included. Carriage paid. Yon 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, I Lion' Cycle Works, 84, Moseley Street, BIRMINGHAM. Payments if desired, 15s with order and 10s per month. REAL LEVER WATCH FREE. T I In the centre of the diagram —— ———— —— you see a figure 5. Arrange 5 ) the figures 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8 and t 9 in the remaining squares, so that the columns total 15 each way. If correct and you comply with the con- dition we will send you, a Handsome Watch (with written guarantee) will be sent you ENTIRELY FREE OF COST. Send your answer NOW, enclosing stamp for reply.—BRITISH SUPPLY Co. (Dept 20), ILKESTON. ENGLISH AND AMERICAN DENTISTRY C. H. DOVEY ATTENDS LEDBURY EVERY TUESDAY From 11 a.m. till 5 p.m. at Mr. PEOLINOHAM, Grocer, Market Place. \.¥,' f.i:í:' t \t- t :r:J. ), :J) L\ :;),¡ 117\ ■ AT HALF the Usual Cost. T EE X HFitted without extraction or pain, made on Vulcanite, Gold, and Alloy. Sets from One Guinea. We Re-make Teeth Supplied by ethers that have proved useless, at a trifling expsnse, 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 mouth and give an estimate of the cost willingly without charge. You Fix the Price You can afford to pay, and we will meet yen. 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 AddrMII- C. H. DOVEY, Anglesea House, Worcester Rd Gt. Malvern T. F. DA VIS, T. FO. RGAIVISAT, TEACHER of the PIANOFORTE and HARMONY, "CLAREMúNT," COLW ALLt MALVERi Pupils Prepared for Examination. Pianofortes Tuned & Repaired. Pianofortes by all the Best Makers to order. DETACHED PIANOLAS suitable for playing on any Piano. A. A. SHORTHOUSE, Ltd., MEAT & CATTLE SALESMEN, City Meat Market, BIRMINGHAM. All kinds of Cattte Sold on Commission. TELEPHONE-53 MIDLAND. TELEGRAPHIC ADDRESS 'MEAT" BiRmiNGIm. The Worcestershire Beacon. The highest of the Malvern Range, 1,396 feet high. Immediately overlooking the town of Malvern, 8 miles from Ledbury. From the top, when a clear day, ruay be seen the Bristol Channel, Worcester (8 miles), Gloucester (20), Cheltenham (22), Tewkes- bury Ahbey (14), Hereford Cathedral, Evesham (21), the Wivkin, Clee Hills, Radnor Forest, May Hill, the Cot-iwolds, Edge Hill, etc., etc. A series of carrillpJ drives to the top of the hill has been con- structe 1, and affords easy access to visitors either on fool or by carriage. As a permanent memorial of her late Majesty's long reign, the Diamond Jubilee Committee of 1897 set apart from the subscriptions it received several hundred pounds for the erection of an Indicator, which occupies the site of the great bonfire on the summit of the hill, On a marble base and truncated pillar, bearing the appropriate inscription, "The earth is the Lord's and the fulness thereof," is fixed a circular plate of phosphor bronze, protected by a thick sheet of plate glass. On it is engraved a map of the surrounding country for a distance of 66 miles, Round the margin is a reproduction of the most salient features of the landscape, with their names and distances in miles. Places actually visible under favourable conditions. and whose direction merely is shown are indicated by different kinds of type. If yoa have not already tried our Guinea Ale," you are sure to do so in the near future. Then yon will recognise, as others have done, that QUALITY is our beet advertisement. Imperial Pints 2/3 per doz. LAKE BROS. & BASTOW, Vine Brewery, Ledbury. Telephone—P.O. 12. PAINLraSafnSTRY W. A. HOBSON, Lower Cross, LEDBURY. fT*T7X7"TniT Extracted, PAINLESS X I?i? 1 HL. Method. TEETH Artificial, from El Single Set. JX Y J1P7J LI^'T^TT All Repairs Promptly JL L!i X 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. ADVICE FREE. Lower Cross, Ledbury (Next to New Inn Hotel). ESTABLISHED J824. The Yorkshire Insurance Compass LIMITED. Reserve Funds nearly £ 3,000,0C0 Claims Paid exceed £ 6,500,000. CHAIRMAN EDWIN GRAY, ESQ. LIVE STOCK INSURANCE, Insure with tn, wealthiest Company transact* ing this class of Insurance. For latest features including FOALING and other SPECIAL RISKS, see the Company's new prospectus, which may be had post it ee. WORKMEH S COMPENSATION, IflOludlng 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 TT of charge. LIFE DEPARTMENT. New Table of Life nsurance at Minimum Cost. The lowest prem ums charged by any British Life Omce. Write or particulan. BRISTOL OFFIOE2, Clare Street* Application for Agencies in unrepresented districts invited. I WR- ASK YOUR CHEMIST, I Gromr or Wine Mer&aiat, B FOR BURROW'S I "ALPHA BRAND" MALVERN WATERS You will find them Superior in Purity ■ to all other Table Waters. R IF NOT KEPT IN STOCK, apply to W. & J. BURROW, THE SPRINGS, MALVERN. Malvern Soda, Malvern Seltzer, Malvem Potash and Lithia Waters. Six Dozen, Carriage Paid. In Corked Bottlea, Screw Stopper Bottles, and BLUE SYPHONS R II 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." 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 Sheets. Noted Yard for Rough Boards, Scantlings, ant- other Timber, suitable for Shedding, Fowl-nouses Garden and Fatam purposes. telephone Gloucester.