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Issue Number: 71  June   1876

THE BREAM MAGAZINE
June 1876 No. 71

HYMNS FOR JUNE.

Whitsun-Day...................................124, 234, 98, 154.

Trinity Sunday................................77, 239, 80. 147.

First Sunday after Trinity.............77, 240, 241, 261.

Second Sunday after Trinity..........52, 275, 279, 262.
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THE CHORAL FESTIVAL.
Te following choirs are preparing to take part in the Choral Festival to be held in Newland Church on Thursday, June 15 :— Bream, Coleford, Lydbrook Lydney, Newland, with Redbrook,and Whitecliff. The Sermon will be preached by the Rev. E. Machen, of Eastbach. Mr. Brind will lead the Singers. Practice will commence Newland Church at 3 p.m.; Tea at 5; and Service at 6.30. The members of the Bream Choir are requested to be at the May-Pole at 2 p.m. on Thursday, June 15.
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THE FLOWER SHOW COMMITTEE.
The members of this committee are requested to notice that the meeting is altered to Tuesday, June 13th.
At Yorkley Wood the members of the congregation will take notice that on Trinity Sunday there will be administration of the Holy Communion at 9; and the usual services will not be held owing to the absence of the Rev. F. B. Turner in Gloucester, for ordination to the office of Priest.
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THE CRICKET CLUB.
Cricket has not been flourishing lately at Bream. There are many good cricketers, but they do not seem as yet to have found out how to pull together. We are glad to hear there is a prospect of union amongst lovers of the game. Let the members elect a committee say three of number, to manage; draw up a few simple rules, and determine to keep them; appoint one of the three as secretary; be careful in taking accounts of money received and expended; exclude all loungers from the club, and confine it to actual members who really wish to play the game. There is a difficulty about practice ground; but a well-regulated likely to command more support; and a club which has a good supply of funds gets over difficulties.
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BAPTISMS.
May 7, Albert, son of Thomas and Mary Ann Higgins, Mill Hill, labourer.

May 7, Eric John, son of John and Hannah Warwick, The Quob, miner.

May 10, Albert, son of Henry and Eliza Jacobs, Mill Hill, miner.

May 17, Thomas, son of Reuben and Sarah Lucas, Collier’s Beech, miner.

May17, Isaac William, son of Thomas and Ann Gifford, Bream, miner.

BURIALS.
May 2, Hannah Maria Hooper. Brockhollands aged 66.

May 24, Mary Hyde, Lydney Lane, aged 1.


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