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Issue Number: 166  Jun   1888

The Bream S. James Cricket Club has started upon it's second season. The officers elected areas follows:-
President Sir James Campbell, Bart;
Vice-President, Treasurer, and Captain
, the Vicar;
Vice-Captain
Mr. Frank Camm;
Committee
, Messrs. Charles Brice, William Camm, Frank Camm, Richard Jenkins, Tom Jones, Joseph Kent, Frank Phillips, Fred Phillips, Harry Preest, Warren Watkins, and Albert Wilkes.
Mr. Miles, Noxon Farm has very kindly placed a large field at the disposal of the club. Matches with the following clubs have already been arranged :-
June 16, Coleford, at Coleford,
July 7, Redbrook, at home,
July 21, Lydney (2nd Eleven), at Lydney,
August 11, Redbrook, at Redbrook,
August 18, Coleford, at home,
Sept. 6, Lydney (2nd Eleven), at home.


The South Forest Sunday School Teachers' Association will hold its Anniversary Meeting at Bream, on Thursday June 14, when the order of proceedings will be as follows :-
1.30 p.m. - At the Schools, prayers, report and business.
2.0. - Training Lesson, by Rev. R.H. Cantley, the Deputation from the Sunday School Institute, followed by questions and critisism.
3.0. - Tea
4.0 - Discussion on "Sunday School Organisation", to be opened by Rev. W. Taprell Allen.
5.0 - Service in Church, with Sermon by Rev. J.P.A. Bowers, Diocesan Minister.


The following are the Subscriptions received for the Schools, for the year ending April 30, which are announced with thanks to the donors:-
£ s d
Mr. G. W. Taylor 0 2 0
Mr. R.T. Heighway (for previous year) 0 5 0
A Friend 0 2 6
Sir J. Campbell, Bart. 7 10 0
Anonymous 10 0 0
H.W. Gosling, Esq. 20 0 0
R. Gosling Esq 5 0 0
A Friend 0 2 6
Mr J. Griffiths 1 0 0
Dr. Cook 0 10 0
X.Y.Z. 0 2 6
A Friend 0 2 6
Mr. F. MacFarlane 0 10 0
Mr. T. Ames 0 10 6
The Volunteers (per Sergeant H. Morse) 0 7 0
Mr R.T. Heighway 0 5 0
Mrs C. Jenkins 1 0 0
The Vicar 1 1 0
S. James' Club 1 3 4
Concert 4 0 0
Concert 4 10 0
58 8 10


BAPTISMS
May 23, George William, son of Frederick Henry and Ellen Southgate, Plaistow, Mill Hill, Bream, railway guard.
May 23, Henry Richard, son of Thomas and Elizabeth Birt, Bream's Eaves, miner.

MARRIAGE
May 6, by the Vicar, Phillip John Gilbert and Eliza Jane Birt, both of Bream.


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