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SATURDAY, AUGUST 1. 1914.…

I LOCAL NEWS.

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OUR WEEKLY CALENDAR.

THE ROYAL HALL PICTUREDROME.

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NEW SERIAL.—On page 2 will be found the opening chapters of a grand new serial, entitled "A Fortune at Stake," by Nat Gould. MADRESFIELD SHOW.—For the Madresfield Agricultural and Horticultural Show, to be held next Thursday at Madresfield Court, the ent.ies of live stock are well up to the average, except the open classes in cattle. There is a large entry of poultry and pigeons and all classes are well filled. Two bands have been engaged, and there will be dancing in the evening, and the gardens will be open for inspection. There is to be a show under the auspices of the Beekeepers' Association, and the sheep dog trials will be very interesting, as also will the baby show. There is a good entry tot the jumping and driving competitions and the bending race. Cheap fares will be issued from Ledbury, and other stations, and conveyances will meet all trains at Malvern Link. Useful and Decorative Antiques in Furniture, China, Silver, etc., at reasonable prices. Prompt attention and cash to disposers of above.—W. A. Pennington, College Court, Gloucester. VISITORS.—On Saturday afternoon a party of 128 members of the National Conservative League from Cheltenham held their annual out- ing, including Ledbury in their itinerary. They travelled in motor char-a-bancs arid reached Ledbury in the afternoon, partaking of tea at the Feathers Hotel, and after spending some time in the town left for Cheltenham, via Tewkes- bury. One of the party, a gas stoker, harangued a fair-sized crowd from the Town Hall front on the Insurance Act. Carpenter's. Ltd. Ales and Stout are always reliable. Brewed for family eon- sumption only. Harvest Ale in splendid condition, 8d. per gallon.—Ledbury Agent :-W H Alleyne, New-street. ORDERED To LEAVE THE TOWN.—At the Led- bury Police Court, on Monday morning, before Mr Spencer H Bickham, Mary Burton, aged 32 years, stated to be a married woman living apart from her husband, was brought up in custody charged with being drunk, on Saturday afternoon. From the evidence of P.S. Brierley it appeared that the woman was drunk but not disorderly, about the town on Saturday and visited various public-houses, at all of which she was refused drink. The police desired to get her out of the town on account of her character, but although she was seen off up the Worcester- road she persisted in returning and eventually she was found in New-street and taken into custody-Prison was discharged on undertaking to leave the town, and she did so during the day-, Corn Famine in Gloucestershire. Cornex has made Corns scarce. No Pain. Tid. —MINCHIN, Chemist, 15, Westgate, Gloucester Lecal Agent — MR. MEACHAM Chemist Ledbnry. J. W. STEPHENS, collector of FINE, ANTIQUE FURNITURE, China, Plate, etc. I -26, Church Street, Hereford, Near Cathedral North Porch)