A weekly newspaper circulating in Cheshire and north Wales that mainly published local news. The newspaper was established in 1854 by Henry Smith and Henry Mills, with the Cheshire and North Wales Newspaper Company becoming proprietors in 1891. Originally a politically neutral newspaper, by the late 1850s it was a liberal newspaper and by the 1890s a conservative one. The newspaper ceased publication in 1989. Associated titles: Cheshire Observer and Chester, Birkenhead and North Wales Times (1863); The Chester Observer (1979).
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Published and printed in Chester by James Albert Birchall in 1871, by Robert Dennis in ca.1895, and by the Chester Observer between 1987 and 1989.
1900 - 1908 (411 available issues)
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