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DISTRICT AND PARISH COUNCILS.

TARVIN.

« FARNDON.

HA WARDEN.

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HA WARDEN. A PLEASANT GATHERING. On Monday evening, Mr. William Jones, of the Ash Farm, Hawarden, gave a dinner to those who assisted him by carting materials, and also the estate workmen engaged in the repairs and alterations of his farm buildings, now nearly completed. The company included Messrs. F. Roberts (Sealand), Hugh Davies, George Moore, Samuel Dunn, R. Darbyshire, A. Seaton (estate bailiff), G. Butler, Harvey, T. Pownall, J. Davies, Geo. Millington, T. Hibbert, Wright, Charles Davies and others. Dinner was provided at the Fox Inn, Hawarden, and was thoroughly enjoyed by all. The toast of the worthy host, Mr. W. Jones, was proposed by Mr. Seaton, and warmly pledged. Mr. Jones in acknowledging the toast thanked those who had given him assistance. Jovial jokes and songs brought the pleasant meeting to a close. Mr. William Jones has been a tenant under the Gladstone family for over 23 years. He also holds the Hawarden mill to which a new water wheel has lately been fixed by the estate.

. BROUGHTON HALL.

. GUILDEN SUTTON.

WREXHAM.

. CONNAH'S QlIAY.

FLINT.

LITTLE SUTTOZV.¡

WHITCHURCH.

.0 FRODSHAM.

NANTWICH.

. HOOTON.

. MIDDLEWICH.

- BUCKLEY.

-0 LEESWOOD.

. NORTHOP.

. TARPORLEY.

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