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WREXHAM CYCLING CLUB.

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ANNUAL BREWSTER SESSIONS.

TARVIN.

0 KINGSLEY.

BUNBURY.

. FRODSHAM.

. NANTWICH.

. HAWARDEN.

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HAWARDEN. TRAP ACCIDENT.-On Saturday a trap in which were several occupants, while trying to pass between a standing brake and van near the Coffee House, Hawarden, collided with one of the vehicles, and both shafts were broken. The occupants were thrown out, but only one, Mrs. Phillips, was injured. HAWARDEN INSTITUTE.—The council of the Hawarden Institute were on Friday the recipients of an excellent gift of over 700 books and five walnut bookcases, left by the late Mr. William Jones, of Herne Hill, London. This gift will prove a boon to the members. The festival, next Saturday, will be held in Hawarden Park, the proceeds to be devoted towards the large outlay necessary to meet the management expenses. THE COUNTY SCHOOL.—The subscribers to this school will be glad to learn that the plans and specifications prepared by Messrs. Grayson and Ould, architects, Liverpool, have been approved by the Local Government Board. The school governors will now be able to put the work into the handa of contractors, and thus have a more comfortable building than the temporary school at present held in the Hawarden Gymnasium. The new site is situ- ated along the main road between Hawarden and Ewloe, and opposite the bye-road leading from Aston and Queen's Ferry. The school will provide accommodation for over 40 pupils of both sexes. The building will extend 130 feet from east to west, with a northerly aspect.

ELLESMERE PORT.

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WREXHAM.

TARPORLEY.

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