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"MELIDENr THE CORONATION.-At Meiiden on Sat- urday there will be nothing taking place with the exception of a bonfire on the bowling green. The festivities were all held before but the bon- fire was postponed. MARRIAGE At the Meliden Parish -Church on Wednesday the marriage took place of Mr. Stephen Walter, Wallasev, and Miss Annie Hughes, third daughter of Mr. Thos. Hughes, Mount Pleasant, Meliden. The best man was Mr. Henry Cottes, Liverpool, and the bridesmaid was Miss Cissie Hughes (sister of the bride) The officiating minister was the Rev. Robert Jones (curate.) The bride and bridesmaid were prettily attired, and the bride was given away by her father. The wedding gifts were numerous. The bride's new home will be Wallasey, near Liverpool. FLINT. STACKYARD FIRE.—A fire broke out on 'Friday evening about seven o'clock in the stackyard of the Manor House, tenanted by Mr Dale- Two stacks were consumed one con- sisted of new hay. The United Alkali works fire engine rendered prompt assistance. The whole produce was insured with the Alliance .Assurance Company. THE MAYOR'S INVITATION TO THE CORONATION.—The Mayor of Flint (Alder- man T. W. Hushes) has received from the Earl Marshall, the Duke of Norfolk, the following telegram -"I am commanded to invite you as Mayor of County Town, to Coronation on August 9th. Please telegraph immediately whether you accept invitation which is strictly not transferable. You must wear robes and chain if no robes, uniform or court dress with chaia." The Mayor has accepted the invita- tion, and will attend the Coronation of his Majesty the King, in the robes aJd chain of office of the Mayoralty of the Borough of Flin

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