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UNCLAIMED WAR DECORATIONS.…

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NOMINATION OF SHERIFFS. ------

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NOMINATION OF SHERIFFS. The annual ceremony of nominating the High Sheriffs for the counties of England and Wales (excepting the Royal Duchies of Lancaster and Cornwall) for the ensuing year took pia-ce en Monday in the 00011; of the Lord Chief Justioe. The local nominations include:- Cheshire.âWilliam Watson, of Lanoelyn, Bromborough; Sir Gilbert Greenail, of Walton I-fall, Warrington; Sir William Poli'itt, of Fern- lea, Bow don. Denbighshire.âJohn Thorley Sykes, of Croes Howell, Rosaett; CWoxneJ Samuel Pa.rr Lynea, of Garthmeilw, Corwen; Charles Salusbury Main- waring, of Bwlcbybeady, Cerrigydruidion, Cor- wen. Flintshire.âJames Williams, of Lincoln Col- lege, Oxford; Edward Lloyd, of Hafod, Mold; Robert William Herbert Watkin Williams WYWJ., of Cefn, St. Asaph. Staffor&him.-Iliomas William Tyyford, of Whitmore Hall, Newoastle-under-Lyne; Michael Alexandor Wilson Swinfer Brown, of Swinfar Hall, Lichfield; Sir Thomas A. Sak, of Weeping Ctcm, Sitafford. Sbropshire.Alfr,ed Edmund William Darby, of Adoote, near Baschurch; Sir Raymond Robert Tyrwhitt. Wilson, of Stanley Hall, Astley Abbots, Bridgnorth; Algernon Heber Percy, of Hodnet Hall, Market Drayton., The forthcoming High-Sheriff of Cheshire, Mr. William Watson, is well-known in shipping circles, and only recently he was paid the compliment of being elected chairman of the Cunard Line. He qualified as a magistrate at the Quarter Sessions held at Chester Castle on October 18th last. Mr. James Williams, of Lincoln Inn. Oxford, who is nominated for the shrievalty of Flintshire, resides at Oakenholt. He is a Professor at Oxford, and in his day was a noted athlete. He occasionally sits on the Northop bench.

SALE OF WORK AT HOOLE.

DJSATH OF MR. C. EDWARDS.…

TARVIN RURAL.

MALPAS RURAL.

WHITCHURCH DAIRY SHOW --+--

MR. DENSON & MR. YERBURGH…

FLINT.

FRODSHAM.

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HUNTING.

SIR WATKIN WYNN'S

ALLEGED WOUNDING AT HELSBY.

IMPRESSIONS OF CANADA. ---+

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CORRESPONDENCE.

THE YEOMANRY COMMAND.

BATTLE OF ROWTON MOOR.

THE ROOK AND THE SPARROW.

VmSECTION VINDICATED?

AN APPEAL FROM JAPAN.

BUN BURY.

MOLD.

Trf I CHESTER STOCK & SHARE…

MARKETS AND FAIRS. .

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