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THE FORCE OF EXIIIPLE.

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The death is announced of Mr R G. Jebb, chair- man of the Ellesmere Board of Guardians. LOCAL SHOTS AT WIMBLEDON.—We notice with pleasure that the Flintshire and Denbighshire Liifle Volunteers have been well represented at the Wimbledon competitions. Capt. Thos. Bury, and Lieut. John Oswell Bury, of Wrexlram, have dis- tinguished themselves in several contests. THE NATIONAL EISTEMDI-'OD AT BIRKENHEAD.— The Birkenhead Royal National Eisteddfod ill be held on the 17th. 18th, 19th, and 20th September in the piesent year. The site has been most appro- priately chosen. The committee originally had under their consideration a piece of land near the park entrance, but in order to shorten the distance between the ferry and the festival ground they finally selected for the latter a large vacant space between Chester street and Church street, at pres- ent occupied by Mr Heathcoek. There will be three entrances to the ground from each side of the streets named. The pavilion will be a fine, well- lighted wooden erection, 210 feet long by 130 feet wide, and will furnish accommodation for about 10,000 persons, at least 7500 of whom will be pro- vided with seats. A fine orchestra, in the Church street end of the pavilion, will afford room for about 300 persons. The roof of the orchestra will be concave in shape, with a view to the concentra- tion of the sounds upon the auditory. On each side will be found cloak, retiring, and other rooms, as well as various offices. The roof of the pavilion will be in two portions; and will be supported by eight pillars at intervals of 15 feet.

BANGOR.

BEAUMARIS.

CORWEN.

LLANGOLLEN.

LLANFAIRFECHAN.

MENAI BRIDGE.

MOLT).

PENRHYNDEUDRAETH.

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