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WREXHAM CYCLING CLUB.

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ANNUAL BREWSTER SESSIONS.

TARVIN.

0 KINGSLEY.

BUNBURY.

. FRODSHAM.

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FRODSHAM. THE PRICE OF BREAD.—Owing to a large increase in the price of Hour the master bakers are again raising the price of bread, making the price of a 41b. loaf 5. PARISH COUNCIL MEETING.—The monthly meeting of the Frodsham Lordship Parish J Council was held in the boys' school, Overton, on Monday evening when the following were present: Messrs. R. Bate, Shepherd, Lewis and 'ryley, with Mr. Diggle (surveyor), Mr. Ashton (clerk), Mr. Farrington (nuisance inspector.)— On the proposition of Mr. Carter, seconded by Mr. Lewis, a new sewerage scheme for Five Crosses was adopted. The first section will commence at a point opposite the Vicarage, and be carried to Mr. Ockleston's the second section at Mr. Ockleston's, and be carried to Mr. Carter's main entrance; the third section at Mr. Carter's main entrance, and be carried to a point opposite Mr. Davies', grocer, Five Crosses, at a cost of X500, subject to the approval of the Local Government Board. A deputation afterwards waited on the meeting, consisting of the following gentlemen:—Messrs. Linaker, Williams, Earlam, and Riley, asking for half-payment of lighting the lamps in Red- lane.—Mr. Carter proposed that this be done. Mr. Lewis seconded, and it was carried unani- mously.

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. HAWARDEN.

ELLESMERE PORT.

. HOLD.

WREXHAM.

TARPORLEY.

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