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COLWALL NEWS. I

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COLWALL NEWS. I EVENING CLASSES EXAMINATION I RESULTS. The results are to hand of the recent examina- tions held by the Midland Counties Union of Educational Institutions, in connection with the Colwall Evening Classes, held at the Workman's Hall. The successful students were :—Short- hand-Average speed 60 words per minute— Fred Hales, Mary West. Intermediate— Myrtle A Kite, Sarah 0 Horton, Tom L Hawkins. Elementary Albert W Allen, Evelyn M Pedlingham, Gilbert J Mason, Lucy Harris, Gertrude M Tombs, Phyllis Insall, Marjorie Marshall, Willie Horton, William P Taylor. Pitman's special examination, theory- Isabella M Boyd, Myrtle Kite, OUTING. I On Saturday last the employees of Messrs Schweppes, Ltd., mineral water manufacturers, went for their annual excursion. The party left Colwall at 2.30 a.m. en-route for Blackpool, arriving at this popular watering-place at 10 o'clock. The day being a brilliant one a most enjbyable time was spent, the host of attractions provided for visitors' enjoyment coming in for a fair share of patronage, and the popularity of Blackpool may be gathered from the fact that no less than 101 excursions ran there on Satur- day. The return journey was commenced at 1.15 a.m. on Sunday morning, Colwall being safely reached at 8. The employees of the Royal Well Brewery Company also took advantage of the trip, which was organised by the Malvern Hygienic Laundry Company. LOCAL WILLS. I Mrs Julia Tarleton Tilley, of Colwall, widow of the Rev. Henry T Tilley, formerly vicar of Claverdon, who died on May 14th, left estate valued at £ 23,304. Testatrix left 220 to her gardener one year's wages to each servant (in- door) of two years' service j350 to the rector and churchwardens of St. Michael's, Claverdon, for church purposes j350 towards the extinction of the debt on the Church of the Good Shepherd, Upper Colwall 2200 to the Queen's Hospital, Birmingham; 9200 to the General Hospital j3200 to Dr. Barnardo's Homes; 2200 to the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals j3200 to the master and fellows of Caius College, Cambridge j3200 to the vicar of St. Mary's, Bearwood, Smethwick, for the endowment fund 250 each to the executors; 2500 to her sister, Maud Marian Adkins; £8,000 to the children of her brothers-in-law, Benjamin Bissell Tilley and John William Tilley and R.50 to her godson, Jasper Howlett. The residue of her property, subject to some other bequests, she leaves to her brother and sisters or their issue.

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