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HEREFORDSHIRE FARM LABOURERS'…

ILEDBURY BUILDING SOCIETY.___I

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NEWENT POLICE COURT.

] OUR ___WEEKLY CALENDAR.

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II LEDBURY'S NEW PICTURE ,PALACE.

I THE ROYAL HALL PICTUREDROME.

WHEN TO CLAIM YOUR VOTE. I

UPTON BISHOP. I

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l NEWENT COURT OF FORESTERS.…

KEMPLEY.I

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KEMPLEY. I POPULAR WEDDING.—A very interesting wed- ding took place on Thursday, July 16, between Mr William Clinton, of the Upper House Farm, and Mrs Perrigo, late of Moor House Farm. The Rev C L Money-Kyrle (Rector of Much Marcle), officiated, in the absence of the Rev R W Goodall, vicar of Kempley. The wedding party were conveyed to church in a carriage and pair, followed by motors and other vehicles. Arches, etc., were erected in honour of the event by Earl Beauchamp's estate workmen, bearing the mottos, "Long life and happiness," and God bless the bridal pair." On the way back at 1.30 from the church (opposite Mr W Dud- field, wheelwrights), the horses were taken from the carriage and a party of men volunteered to draw the carriage to their future home of the couple. Among the numerous guests invited were Mr and Mrs E Clinton and family, Miss Perrigo, Mr and Mrs T Daviee,. Mr and Mrs E Powell, Mr Bert Powell, Mr. Mrs and Miss and Master W Apperley, M? Hepry George and Miss F George,. Mrs C Morgan, Str T Sayers, and many others. The bride and bridegroom afterwards journeyed by the 4.30 p.m. from Dymock to London, where the honeymoon is being spent. 1/8 sent to the Reporter Office, Ledbury, will ensure a copy of this. paper being sent post free every Friday evening for a quarter (13 weeks).

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STRETTON GRANDISON.

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