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COURANT Office, Tuesday Evening.

DUKE OF WESTMINSTER'S MUNIFICENCE.

THE SOUTH AFRICAN WAR.

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LETTER FROM LORD ARTHUR GROSVENOR.

FRODSHAM.

ELECTION RESULTS. +

UNIONIST VICTORY AT ALTRINCHAM.

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CHESTER DAIRY SHOW. 0

HANDSOME GIFT TO BALA. 0

CHESHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS.…

UPTON.

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CITY POLICE COURT. ♦

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CITY POLICE COURT. ♦ YESTERDAY (TUESDAY).—Before the Mayor and Dr. Stolterfoth. A BLACK CRIMINAL RXCORD.-Ann Walsh, a middle-aged woman of no fixed address, was charged in custody with stealing a jerseyjand an apron, value 7s., from the back kitchen of a house on Sealand-road between the 9th "and the 12th inst. Prisoner pleaded guilty. The evidence was to the effect that she gave the stolen jersey to a man named Thomas Dolan, living in Steam Mill-street, asking him to pawn it for her, and he did so. On Friday evening prisoner called at the police office, and made a confession of the theft to Inspector Tilley.—In answer to the charge, she now said to the magistrates I am sorry for the thing. I was in drink. But I am better in gaol than out of it, because when I have money I am doing nothing but drinking, and when I have no money I am stealing." Prisoner bears a serious criminal record, having been convicted on indictments on numerous occasions and sent to penal servi- tude, while she had been convicted fifty two times of drunkenness. The Bench committed her to the city quarter sessions.

TARPORLEY.

. MOLD.

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UELSBY.

"THE HAPPIEST MAN IN ENGLAND."