September 3 - Caroline Mabel, daughter of George Thomas and Frances Ellen Batten, Bream, shoemaker.
September 13 - William Anthony Walter, son of William Anthony and Elizabeth Mary Thomas, Bream's Eaves, labourer.
September 17 - Marjorie Matilda, daughter of Levi William and Bessie Matilda Miles, Willsbury Farm, farmer.
September 27 - Mary, daughter of William and Mary Jane Watkins, Bream, collier.
September 25 - By the Vicar, Felix Francis Henri Gregoire and Florence Mary Webb, both of Bream.
September 13- Bessie Teague, Bream's Tufts, aged 9 years.
October 12 - Missionary meeting, S.P.G., at the National School, Bream, at 7 p.m..
October 13 - Missionary meeting, S.P.G., At Yorkley Wood Church at 7 p.m.
October 18 - Feast of S. Luke, Evangelist.
October 29 - Feast of S.S. Simon and Jude, Apostles and Martyrs.
November 1 - Feast of All Saints.
Visitation of the Sick
"Is any sick among you?, let him call for the elders of the church, and let them pray over him, &c", (S. James 5-14). "When any person is sick, notice shall be given to thereof to the Minister of the Parish; who, coming into the sick person's house shall &c" (Book of Common Prayer). In accordance with the instructions of the Bible and the Prayer Book, the Vicar hopes that parishioners will kindly let him know of all cases of serious sickness with which they may become acquainted,either in their own or in neighbour;s families.
Mr James Kidson, organist and choirmaster, will be glad to hear from any who desire to take lessons on the organ or piano. terms on application.. Address - Bream's Eaves.
On Sunday September 24th, the Princess Royal Band gave a rendering of sacred music in the village at 3 o'clock in aid of Mr. Charles Thomas, who was injured three years ago in the Colliery, and has been an invalid ever since, when the collection realised five guineas. While disapproving of Sunday practices and Sunday concerts of a non-charitable kind, we think that all devout people must have been glad to see the Band undertake this work of kindness, and of charity, and must rejoice with them at the results obtained.
The Builder is getting on with his work, and has received £100 as payment on the Architect's first certificate. The infants have been moved temporarily to the Assembly Room on Sun Tump, giving up their rooms to the mixed school. Notwithstanding this, there has been much overcrowding in the Mixed School, but the end of the old Schoolroom is being made ready as a Class room, to relieve the pressure. On Sundays, the boys meet in their usual places and the girls seem quite comfortable at the Assembly Room. It seems likely now that everything will go forward without a hitch till the completion of the work, but the Managers feel it all too probable that another Bazaar will be required next summer to clear off the debt.
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