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DISTRICT AND PARISH COUNCILS.

TARVIN.

« FARNDON.

HA WARDEN.

. BROUGHTON HALL.

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BROUGHTON HALL. WEDDING FESTIVITIES.—In connection with the wedding of Mr. W. G. Schroder and Miss Roberts, of Well House, Saltney (reported in our last issue), on the evening of the marriage, the employes at Well House, with their wives, sat down to an excellent supper, provided by Mr. and Mrs. Roberts in a marquee on the lawn, Mr. R. G. Roberts presiding. The toast of the evening, The Bride and Bridegroom,' was proposed by Mr. Edward Jenkins, and seconded by Mr. Thomas Reynolds. Mr. R. G. Roberts responded. 'Long life and prosperity' to Mr. and Mrs. Roberts, their host and hostess, was proposed by Mr. Alfred Wright, and seconded by Mr. Robert Lawrence. Mr. W. F. Roberts responded. During the evening numerous comic songs and recitations were contributed by Mr. Henry Williams, Mr. Michael Fox, Mr. Michael McDonald, Mr. Michael Nolan, and others. Mr. James Bostock provided the instrumental music. The Irish jig and other step dances were performed by Mrs. Lewis, Mr. Michael Nolan, Mr. Fred Bostock, and Mr. James Loftus.

. GUILDEN SUTTON.

WREXHAM.

. CONNAH'S QlIAY.

FLINT.

LITTLE SUTTOZV.¡

WHITCHURCH.

.0 FRODSHAM.

NANTWICH.

. HOOTON.

. MIDDLEWICH.

- BUCKLEY.

-0 LEESWOOD.

. NORTHOP.

. TARPORLEY.

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