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WREXHAM CYCLING CLUB.

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ANNUAL BREWSTER SESSIONS.

TARVIN.

0 KINGSLEY.

BUNBURY.

. FRODSHAM.

. NANTWICH.

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NANTWICH. A STEAM ROAD ROLLER.—At the District Council meeting on Saturday, it was resolved to purchase a steam roller for use on the district roads. During the past twelve months the sum of JE256 had been paid for the hire of a steam road roller, and it was estimated that one could be purchased for about X400, so that the outlay would soon be recouped. BOARD OF GUARDIANS.—At this Board, held on Saturday, the Rev. Canon Blackburne pre- siding, Mr. C. B. Davies brought forward the question of having a new silver plate engraved and attached to the oil portrait presented to the late Mr. Thomas Bateman, of Chorley, some ten years ago, which hangs in the board-room, in appreciation of his services as a guardian from the formation of the Nantwich Union in 1837 to 1894. Mr. Davies stated that such a period of sustained public service was unique in England, and he suggested that a small committee should be appointed to carry out his proposal.—The proposition was unanimously agreed to. SAVAGE ASSAULT BY A FARMER'S WIFE.-At the Petty Sessions, on Monday, Sarah Ann Noden, wife of a farmer residing at Hatherton, was charged with assaulting Mary Peters. Complainant at the time of the assault was a servant in defendant's employment. The defen- dant complained that the complainant was slow with her work. The complainant accidentally let fall a milking utensil, whereupon, it was alleged, the defendant, with the remark, If you knock my property about I'll knock you about," attacked complainant with a shovel, hitting her serious blows on the head and inflicting injuries which caused her to faint.— Defendant was fined E2.

. HAWARDEN.

ELLESMERE PORT.

. HOLD.

WREXHAM.

TARPORLEY.

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