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Malvem Counoll And an Address.

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LEDBURY URBAN COUNCIL. I

IMONTHLY AGRICULTURAL REPORT.I

I - HEREFORD MARKET.

I HEREFORDSHIRE FARM LABOURERS'…

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COLWALL PARISH COUNCIL. I

I COLWALL PAROCHIAL COMMITTEE.…

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MR F GIBSON -FRY, OF ROSS.…

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MR F GIBSON FRY, OF ROSS. I One Of Herefordshire's Bast I Sportsmen. The death is announced of Mr F Gibson Fry, J.P., of Mount Pleasant, Hoarwithy, Ross, which occurred at How Caple Grange, the resi- dence of Captain T Raymond Symons and Mrs Symons, on Sunday night. Mr Gibson Fry, who was 51 years cf age, was a bachelor, and nephew of the late Mr Fry, the cocoa manufacturer. On Tuesday, after Mr Fry had proposed the health of the Master of the South Herefordshire Hounds at the annual puppy show, he had a seizure, which left him paralysed and speechless. By his death Ross and the whole of South Herefordshire has lost one of its most promin- ent sportsmen. For many years he served the South Herefordshire Hunt as Master. He was also a largf subscriber and a regular follower of the Ross i 3 rriers. He took a keen interest in all kinds <> £ sport, and was an active member of the South Herefordshire Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club. He had also served the Hare- wood End Agricultural Society as president, being a vice-president at the time of his death. He was one of the chief supporters and always held an official position at the Hoarwithy an- nual sports, Mr Fry served Hoarwithy as a ( guardian of the poor and as a rural district councillor at Ross. At Monday's sitting of the Harewood End Police Court, Mr W G Bankes, the presiding magistrate, in moving a vote of condolence with the members of the late Mr Fry's family, said Mr Fry was highly respected and popular in the county of Hereford, and he fulfilled his magis- terial duties with credit.

CANON-FFROME.

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LEDBURY BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

LEDBURY RURAL DISTRICT I COUNCIL.

THE ARMY MANOEUVRES.