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FRIDAY, JULY 9th, 1915. [ S S S o S ' V f . * P r i c e Id.

RINGERS AND WAR LOAN.
The decision of the St. Martin’s Guild for the Diocese

of Birmingham to invest a portion of its rese ve funds in
the great national W ar Loan will be read by many with
much interest, and we think it is a step which might well
be taken by other associations with advantage to them­
selves and in the interests of the nation. Birmingham is
a city of intense patriotism, whether in regard to its own
domestic affairs or in matters of national or imperial im­
port, while even in connection with ringing one is able to-
see the same spirit animating the members of the Exer­
cise who reside in the Midland capital. W e are drawing
no invidious distinction when we say that there is not an
association in the kingdom in which the members as a
whole take more pride in their parent organisation than
do the Birmingham members of the St. Martin’s Guild.

An opportunity has now arisen to apply their patriotism
to wider ends, and very quickly they seized it. The con­
ditions of the issue of the new W ar Loan had not long
been made known before the officials of the Guild were
called together by the enterprising honorary secretary,
and the result has been an investment in the great popular
issue. The example is one which other ringing societies
with a reserve capital might well follow. Four and a half
per cent, is, we have no doubt, a better interest than most
of the societies are now receiving, so that, as was pointed
out when the St. Martin’s Guild came to their decision,
prudence would go hand in hand with patriotism. From
the point of view of investment there can be no question as
to its value. Many societies are not getting more than
two and a half per cent, for their invested money, and that
additional two per cent, is really worth having. But in
the present time of crisis, when, as has been over and over
again impressed upon us, the silver bullets are as impor­
tant as the other forms of ammunition, there is a double
incentive for everyone to help provide the sinews of war.

Since the news of the action of the St. M artin’s Guild
came to hand we learn that the Herts Association has
taken a similar course. Purchase through the Post Office
is open until December i s t ; but it Is advisable that there
should be as little delay as possible. It is, of
course, impossible for the various associations to
hold general meetings to discuss the subject, but com­
mittees might meet or, by postal vote, give the neces­
sary power to the executive officers, in order that funds
might be invested. If such a step were taken we have no
doubt a subsequent general meeting would endorse the
action, for the patrio'tism of ringers has been amply
proved to be no jot behind that of any other class of the
community. If, therefore, societies are in a position to
give financial help to the nation, we hope there will be no
hesitation in following the example of Birmingham and’
Hertfordshire.MODERN WORK.

Gi l l e t t & J ohnston
CROYDON, Surrey.

BELLS, CLOCKS, CARILLONS.

St. Peter’s Collegiate Church,
Wolverhampton.

Tenor (33 cwt.) of the New Ring of 12.
W DLFRDN CHAMBERS, WOLVERHAMPTON,

MFSRRS. GILLETT and JOHNSTON, CROYDON, 4th March, 1912.
Gentlemen, . .The re-casting of the peal of ten bells with the addition of two
new ones in the tower of St. Pe ter’s Collegiate Church, Wolverhampton,
recently carried out by you has proved most successful, and given
general satisfaction.

I am authorised by the Rector and Wardens to say how pleased
they are with the result. In the opinion of those well qualified to
fudge, we have now, undoubtedly, one of the best peals in the Kingdom.

Yours faithfully, F. T. BECK,
Architect, Diocesan Surveyor.

Page 2

2 THE RINGING WORLD. July gth, 1915.

CHARLES CARR,™
SMETHWICK,
BIRMINGHAM

OPINION OF OUR
MODERN WORK.

Broomfield Vicarage,
Chelmsford.

'd e a r Sirs,
I have great pleasure In stating

that we are perfectly satisfied with
ihe manner in which yoa have
carried oat the work entrusted to
you of rearranging and re-hanging
’.he Broomfield Charch Bells.

We consider that the work re­
dacts great credit upon your firm,
and believe that your system of

1 a&nglng the bells reduces the vibra­
tion of the steel frame supplied by

>700 to a minimum.
l ’he CH URCH W ARD EN S unite

with MK in this expression of
3plnlon. The B E L L R IN G E R 8 are
&lso unanimous In their praise of
**he alterations effected by you.

Vours truly,
C flA S. KDMUNDS,

Vicar of Broomfield.
.9snrs. C. CARR, LTD.

Smethwick.

Kindly ask us to Inspect, Report
•»nd Tender before deciding your
•Oontraot, — we may be able to
' tsslat you.

BELLS
FOR CHURCHES,

SIN G LY ,
O R IN P B A L S .

CHIMES FOR CLOCKS.
P b a l s A u g m e n t e d ,

C racked B e l l s R e c a s t .

FRAMES
I n B e s t S ea so n ed O ak ,

S t e e l or I r o n .
Chiming Machines.

Best Workmanship and
Satisfaction Guaranteed

FITTINGS
OF ALL KINDS.

A R T IST IC W R O U G H T IRO N
B R A C K E T S.

M a l l e a b l e I e o h B r a c k e t s
B e s t b i l l r o p e s .

R E P A IR S AND R E H A N G IK S
IN ALL BRANCHES

BELLHANOERS sent to Inspect
and report on Bells and Towers.

SEND FOR CATALOGUE.

ESTAB LISH E D 1760.

JOHN NICOLL,
Churcn Bell Rope and Clock Rope

Manufacturer,
M , QUEEN’S ROAD, PECKHAH, LONDON, S.E.

Two minutes from Q ueen’s Road Station, L .B . & S .C . Railway).

L a te 18B, K e e to n ’s R o a d , B e r m o n d s e y .

"Maker to St. Paul's Cathedral, W estm inster Abbey, Imperial Institute,
’Canterbury, Edinburgh, St. A lban's, Lincoln, Durham , Peterborough,
'Melbourne (Australia), Rochester, D ublin, S t. Patrick's, Manchester

and W orcester Cathedrals etc .. etc,

EIGHT BELL PEAL.
P E T E R S F IE L D , H A N TS.

On Wednesday, June 30, 1915, in Two Hours and Fifty-eight Minutes,
A t t h e C h u r c h o f S t . P e t e r ,

A PEAL SF CRAHBSIRE TRIPLES, 50*0 CHANCES |
H o l t 's T e n -P a r t . T enor 18 cwt.

• S id n e y P o c o c k .....................Treble
J a m e s A r t h u r ........................ 2
W il l ia m L e b b o n .............. 3
A r c h i b a l d G a r r e t t . . . 4

G e o r g e B a r n e s .............. 3
W il l ia m J . R e e d ............. 6
M a t t h e w E l l s m o r e . . . 7
W il l ia m B u t l e r , Senr. Tenor

Conducted by J a m e s A r t h u r .
• F irst peal. R ung to celebrate the P a tronal Festival. W . Lebbon

and M. E llsm ore hail from Portsm outh.

HANDBELL PEALS.
L O N D O N . _

T H E M ID D L E S E X CO U N TY A SSO CIA TIO N AND
LO N D O N D IO C E SA N G U IL D .

On Wednesday, June 30, 1915. in Three Hours and Twenty Minutes,
I n t h e B e l f r v o f S t . L e o n a r d ’ s C h u r c h , S h o r e d it c h ,

A PEAL OF STEDMAN CINQUES, 6007 CHANCE8 ;

M i s s E l s i e L . B e n n e t t i — 2 W il l ia m P v e .............. 7__8
E r n e s t P y e ....................... 3 — 4 A l f r e d W . G r im e s . . . 9— 10
G e o r g e R. P y e .............. 5— 6 F r a n k I . H a i r s .............. 1 1 — 12

Composed by G a b r i e l L in d o f f , and
Conducted by W il l ia m P y e .

U m p ire : C . T . C o les .
R ung to celebrate the b irthday of G. R . Pye.

L O N D O N .
T H E SO C IE TY O F ROYAL C U M B E R L A N D Y OU THS
AND T H E S P IT A L F IE L D S B E L L FO U N D R Y G U IL D .

On Monday, July 5, 1915, in Two Hours and Twmty-two Minutes,
A t t h e S p i t a l f i e l d s B e l l F o u n d r y ,

A PEAL OF BOB MAJOR, 5072 CHANCES;

F r a n k S m it h ........................ 1 — 2 I E d g a r W ig h t m a n . . .
J a m e s H u n t ........................ 3 — 4 | W il l ia m T . P o w e l l

Composed and Conducted by E d g a r W ig h t m a n .
W itness : M r . W . A . G r e e n i n g .

5 - 6
7 - 8

R O L L OF H ON OUR.
Tho following is a further list of ringers serving with H.M. Forces:

Wheeler A. Roberts, of Stoke-in-Covcntry, A.S.C., now a t Wool­
wich.

Tpr. G. R. Ladd, of All Saints’, Gainsborough, Sherwood Rangers
Yeomanry, now a t Swaffham, Norfolk.

Cpl. Albert S treeter, of St. John 's Society, Redhill, Surrey, 9th
Batt. Royal W est Surrey Regiment, now a t Colchester.

Pte. Harold Dennis, of St. John’s Society, Redhill, 3rd Batt.
Royal W est Surrey Regiment.

P te John Fishwick, of S t. Peter’s, Halliwell, Bolton, 2/5 Balt.
Loyal North Lancashire Regiment (T.), now in France.

Tpr Henry W right, and
Tpr. Thos. Merriman, of Clifford. Montgomeryshire Yeomanry,

now a t Aylsham.
FIVE SOLDIER BROTHERS.

Mr. S. R. Roper, who is a well-known Croydon ringer, has five
brothers (two of them also ringers) serving with the colours.

Sub-Conductor L. J . Roper, of St. M ary’s, Dover, A.O.C. in
France.Staff-Sergt. P. C. Roper, of Norman Tower, Bury St. Edmund s,
R.E., in France.

Fam er-S erg t F. Roper, R.E., in France.
Staff-Sergt. R. W. Roper, A.O.C., in Egypt.
Pte. H . M. Roper, 3rd Suffolks, a t Felixstowe.

TAUNTON, SOMERSET. — B ath and Wells Association. — At St.
Marv’s Church, on June 27th. for evening service, a quarter-peal of
Stcdman Caters (1263 changes): S. W yatt 1, H . J . Creed 2, E. Llov.l
3 A W yatt 4. J . Fowler 5. J . Burge (composer and conductor) b, i.
Creed 7, F. Sadd 8, W. W hite 9, S. Phillips 10. Arranged for Ptc W.
White, who is serving in His M ajesty’s Forces a t Plymouth, and who
was home on short leave.

Page 156

156 T H E RIN G IN G W O R L D . October is t , 1915.

J A M E S B A R W E L L ,
LIMITED,

Church 53 ell Founders
— AND —

C h u r c h S e l l M a n g e r s ,

GREAT HAMPTON STREET,

BIRMINGHAM

Established 1820.

JOHN PRITCHARD,
C hurch Bell Rope,

CLOCK AND CHIMING ROPE MANUFACTURER,
LOUGHBOROUGH.

Maker of Ropes for the World’s Record Peal.
NEW FLEXIBLE ENDS SPLICED TO- OLD ROPES.

J. P . has had many years’ experience in making, Bell-
ropes, and makes them only of the best quality.
P R IC E L IS T ON APPLICATIO N .

HA R RY STOKES & SON,
Church Bell Hangers,

WOODBURY, R.S.O., DEVON.
R IN G S OF B E L L S , to any number, hung on th*
most approved principles, and Bell F ram es made and fixed

in Iron or in Oak.

Towers and Campaniles Inspected and
Estimates Furnished to cover every

Expense.
Musical Handbells, in any size and number,
for Tune or Change-ringing, in Guaranteed

Quality.

J O H N T f l Y b O R & C o .
J3E la L a F ro U N l3 E R S

A N D

b e L L H a N g e r s ,

LOU 6HBOROU 6H.
L>EI6ESTEF^SJ-llf^E.

The Ellacombe Chime Hammers FixecL
Bell Ropes Supplied.

HARRY STOKES & SON, having had a considerable number of yean' » • perlence In Church Bell Hanging, with confidence solicit the patronage of tb« Clergy, Churchwardens, and Blngers generally.

ALFRED BOWELL,
CHURCH BELL FOUNDER,

i p s W i e H -
THOMAS DOBLE & SON, Church Bell-

Hangers, TAU N TO N .—Bells Hung on the
most approved principles Old Bells Re cast,
New Bells supplied, Ropes of the best make.
Ellacombe’s Chiming Apparatus fixed, Hand­
bells in sets, Chromatic or Diatonic.

n THE BADGE OF THE CRAFT
/djX A B ea u tifu lly E xecuted

/ j f e , RINGERS’ PENDANT
S ilver or Bronze.

^ S p e c i a l l y S u ita b le for G ifts.
Prices, Gold (9 carat) 2 1 / - , Silver^/fr

- " Bronze 2 /6 (post free).
J. COMBER, Goldsmith and Jeweller,
TBLKPHONE : 171 WOKINQ. “y y o y T l \ T P r

JO HN S M IT H & SONS
Midland Clock Works,

D E R B Y
Tclegrapliic Address- \ w “ Clocks, Derby.’ ’ \0 0
Tel. No. 569

____ _— MAKERS OF CLOCKS AND
CHIMES for S. Paul’s Cathedral

^ i - j \ 1 — Boverlev Minster. Selby Abbey, Truro
I C a t h e d r a l , Thurles Cathedral, Trinitv College, Cam­

bridge, Belfast Assembly-HtfJl. Magdalen College. Oxford,
. . an<* raany others to Lord G.riintliorpe's designs. In 1897,

writing to the \ irtfrof Minehinnaiupton, Lotfd Grimthorpe said “ Smith
of Derby will clock you in the best way and as near eternity as possible.”

Printed for the Proprietors by the W ood b rid ge P r e ss , Lid.,
Guildford, and Published by Messrs. Wm. D aw son & S o n s ,
Ltd. Cannon House,Bream's Buildings, London, E.C.

Page 157

No. 238. Yol. IX. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8th , 1915. Registered at the O.P.O. for ~1 .transmission an a newspaper.J

E L E C T IO N S IN T H E B E LFR Y .
A question which lias vexed a good many ringing

organisations was discussed at the annual meeting of the
Lancs Association, but, unhappily, we are not told with
w hat result. Most of the societies now permit the elec­
tion of members in the belfry before a peal attem pt, con­
firmation by a subsequent meeting being usually a
necessary sequel to the belfry procedure. Generally
speaking this method of securing members works well,
but some ringers are opposed to this style of doing things.
There are two main objections, one being that elections
in the tower are sometimes of a slipshod order and that
they are not always strictly bona fide, because the occa­
sion of a peal a ttem pt does not properly constitute a meet­
ing of the society. The legality of the election, however,
seems to us to be perfectly made good by subsequent con­
firmation by general meeting, this confirmation being
really retrospective.

The principal objection, however, is to be found in the
question of fees, for instances are not infrequent where a
man is proposed as a member in the belfry before a peal
attem pt, and, the peal failing, he goes away and nothing
more is heard about the election or the contribution. I t is
not really a very honest thing, but it does happen, and it
is just how best to check it th a t concerns a good many
associations. I t is hardly possible to make those who
elected him responsible for his contribution, yet it is upon
these members that the onus is cast to see th a t the money
is paid. Various ways have from time to time been sug­
gested to cope with this little leakage, but none, so far
as we are aware, has ever proved really satisfactory. W e
are afraid that, after a peal failure, it is not always the
entire fault of the newly elected member, although it may
be argued that the duty is upon him to pay. Many a sub­
scription to Association funds from this source m ight have
been secured by the dropping of a timely hint.

By far the large majority, however, punctiliously dis­
charge their legal and moral responsibility by paying up
promptly whether the peal be rung or not, and it would be
a retrograde step, we think, in the adm inistrative arrange­
ments of an association, if the convenient method of elect­
ing a member in the belfry were ever done away w ith.
Very often a peal is arranged at short notice for the con­
venience of a visitor, and, unless he could be elected in
the belfry, it would frequently mean that a non-society
peal would have to be rung, and while the value from a
ringing point of view is equal, whether it be under the
auspices of an Association or not, there is a very general
objection to ringing non-association peals, and many a
fraternal meeting would fall short of consummation by a
peal but for the present arrangem ents for “ roping" a
visitor in when he comes to the tower.

Price Id.

MODERN WORK.

Gillett&Johnston
CROYDON, S u rrey .

BELLS, CLOCKS, CARILLONS.

St. P e te r ’s Collegiate Church,
W olverham pton.

Tenor (33 cwt.) o f th e New Ring ot 12.
W O LF R U N CHAM BERS, W O LVERH AM PTO N ,

MESSRS. G ILLETT and JOH NSTON, CROYD ON, 4th March, 1912.
Gentlemen,

The re-casting o f the peal of ten bells with the addition of two
new ones in the tower of St. Peter’s Collegiate Church, W olverham pjon,
reoently carried out by you has proved most successful, and given
general satisfaction.

I am authorised by the Rector and W ardens to say how pleased
they are with the result. In the opinion of those well qualified to
|udge, we hare now, undoubtedly, one o f the best peals in the Kingdom.

Yours faithfully, F. T. BECK,
Architect, Diocesan Surveyor.

Page 311

December 3 1s t , 19 15 . T H E R IN G IN G W O R L D . 311

TH E W A R W IC K S H IR E GU ILD .— A quarterly meet­
ing will be held at Stoke-in-Coventry on January 15th.
Bells (8) ready at 3 p.m. Short service at 4.30. Tea can
be provided if members let me know by January 12th.
Business meeting after tea.— H. Kettle, Honorary Secre­
tary, Rectory Cottage, Allesley, Coventry.

W O R C E STE R SH IR E AND D ISTRICTS ASSOCIA­
TIO N .— Northern Branch.— The next quarterly meeting
of the above branch will be held at Oldswinford, Stour­
bridge, on Saturday, January 16th. Bells available from
3 o ’clock. Service in the church at 4.45. Tea kindly
provided in the Schools at 5.30. Business meeting to
follow. It is very important that all members intending to
be present should let me know on or before Wednesday,
January 12th.— E. J. Dowler, n , Edward Road,'Bourn-
brook, Birmingham, Branch' Secretary.

PEAL BOOKS.— Price 3s., post free 3/6. Peals writ­
ten in at 3d. per page. Prices for entering peals in Asso­
ciation official peal books upon application.—J. Beams,
W est Ewell, Epsom.

H A N D B E L L S F O R S A L E .
TH IR T Y -S IX H ANDBELLS, from C 22 size, for

base ; a few duplicates, in good ton e; also six music
books, with tunes arranged by the late J. Angus,-of Brad­
ford ; what offers to G. Whiteaker, Brookeville Avenue,
Hipperholme, Halifax.

S I T U A T I O N W A N T E D .
W H E E L W R IG H T AND CARPEN TER, 45, wants

situation as caretaker or any place of trust; highest re­
ferences; can ring standard methods. — “ Hammer,”
■“ Ringing W orld ” Office, W oking. .

M A R R I A G E .
H AR D Y— W ILLSO N . — On December *7th, 1915, at

the Church of S. John the Divine, Leicester, by the Rev.
R. S. C. I-L W ood, M .A., Vicar, Thomas Henry, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hardy, to Lilian Ada, eldest daugh­
ter of Mr. and Mrs. William Willson, of Leicester. Both
bride and bridegroom arc well known change ringers.

TO P A R E N T S .
Rev. F. LI. Edwards, Kington Magna, Gillingham,

Dorset (Salisbury Guild), can for a limited time take
gentlemen’s sons, age 12 to 15, as pupils on exceptionally
favourable terms. Spanish may be taught. Also farming.

H O L I D A Y A P A R T M E N T S .
RINGERS and visitors to Matlock will find every com ­

fort and convenience at Mrs. H. Paulson’s, Beech House.

F A R E W E L L ME ET ING .
The ringors at Royston and Melbourn, Herts, having enlisted unjer

Lord Derby’s Recruiting Scheme, and some of them being included in
the first groups to be called up, a farewell gathering has been ar­
ranged to take place at Royston, to-morrow (Saturday, January 1st).
There will be ringing from 2.15 to 5.30, and all friends will be welcome.
The bells are to be muffled out of respect- to those who have fallen in
the war. .

S O L D I E R R I N G E R S ’ T R I B U T E TO D E A D COM RA DE.
At the Parish Church. Burnham-on-Crouch. Essex, on December 18th,

a quartcr-peal of Grandsire Doubles <1260 changes) was rung by 1!.e
following soldiers of ihe 83rd Provisional Battalion, as a token <f
respect to the lato Pto Evelyn Ambrose, of the 12th Royal Fusiliers,
who was buried with full military honours at the cemetery at Burn­
ham: Lance-Corpl. Coombe (4th Royal Berks) 1, Ptc T. Gregory (4ih
Royal Berks) 2, Pie E. II. Jefferies (5th Gloster Regiment.) 3. Pt« A
H Halford (5th Gloster Regiment) 4. Pte W. G race (conductor), 4th
Royal Berks Regiment. 5, Sergt. W. Harris (5th Gloster Regiment) 6.
Bv kind permission of the colonel, tlfe above band also ring for Sunday
Church parades, and for Matins and evensong.

Ueuxllinst f m a a n o B H B M i
$> .Tames, cm..

CHURCH BELLS SINGLY OB
IN RINGS.

Bell Frames in Cast Iron, Steel
and Oak.

Bells tuned on the latest im­
proved principles initiated by

the late Canon Simpson.

CflSTIiE GREEN,

----- BRISTOL.------

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3 12 THE RINGING WORLD. December 3 1st , 19 15 .

JAMES BARWELL,
LIMITED,

C h u rch B e ll F o u n d e rs
— AND —

C h u rch B e ll H a n g e r s ,

GREAT HA M PTO N S T R E E T ,

BIRM INGHAM
Towers and Campaniles Inspected and

Estimates Furnished to cover every
Expense.

Musical Handbells, in any size and number,
for Tune or Change-ringing, in Guaranteed

Quality.

PEAL CARDS
Artistically printed, form a fitting

souvenir of peals.

We reprint peal records on specially
designed cards, and despatch (post free) on
receipt of order and remittance of 1/1 when
report is sent for publication.

R I N G IN G .W O R L D O F F I C E ,
g, Commercial Road, Woking.

N .B .— -Unless order accompanies report sent for publication an
extra charge is made. Touches, except at special charge, can only
be reprinted in the form in which they appear in the paper.

JOHN SMITH & SONS
Midland Clock Works,

D ERBY
Telegraphic A d d re ss-
“ Clocks, Derby.”
Tel. No. 569 pv)

M A K E R S ‘OF CLOCKS AN D
C H IM ES for S. Paul’s Cathedral

Beverley Minster. Selby Abbey, Truro
_ Cathedral, Thurles Cathedral, Trinity College, Cam­

bridge, Belfast Assembly H all, Magdalen College, Oxford,
and many others to Lord Grimthorne’s designs. In 1897,

• writing to the VieaVof Minchinhumpton, Lord Grunthorpe said :— “ Smith
of Derby will dock you in the best way und as near eternity as possible."

Established 1820.

JOHN PRITCHARD,
Church Bell Rope,

CLOCK AND CHIMING ROPE MANUFACTURER,
LO UG HBOROUGH.

Maker of Ropes for the World’s Record Peal
NEW FLEXIBLE ENDS SPLICED TO OLD ROPES.

J. P. has had many years’ experience in making Bell-
ropes, and makes them only of the best quality.

PRICE LIST ON APPLICATION.

HARRY STOKES & SON,
Church Bell Hangers,

WOODBURY, R.S.O., DEVON.
RINGS OF BELLS, to any number, hung on tba
most approved principles, and Bell Frames made and fixed

in Iron or in Oak.

The Ellacombe Chime Hammers Fixed.
Bell Ropes Supplied.

HARRY STOKES & SON, having had a considerable number of jean **
perlence la Church Boll Hanging, with confidence solicit the patronage of th.
Clergy, Chnrchwardons, and Ringers generally.

A LFR ED BOW ELL.
CHURCH B E L L FOUHDER,

i p s W i e H -
THOM AS POBLE & SON, Church Beli-
Hangers, TAUNTON .-Bells Hung on the
most approved principles Old Bells Re cast,
New Bells supplied, Ropes of the best make.
Ellacombe’s Chiming Apparatus fixed, Hand­
bells in sets, Chromatic or Diatonic-

P rin ted fo r th e P ro p rie to rs by th e W o o d b r i d g b P r e s s , L t d . ,
G uild fo rd , and P ub lish ed by M essrs. W m . D a w s o n & S o n s ,
L t d . C annon H o u se ,B ream 's B uild ings, L pndon , E .C

THE BADGE QF THE CRAFT
A Beautifully Executed

RINGERS’ PENDANT
in Qold, Silver or Bronze.
Specially Suitable for Gifts.

Prices, Gold (9 carat) 21 /-, Silver 4/6
Bronze 2/6 (post free).

J. COMBER, Goldsmith and Jeweller,
T e lk p h o n b • 171 W okino. W O K I N P

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