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DISTRICT AND PARISH COUNCILS.

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THE SEPTEMBER MAGAZINES.

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. KELSTERTON.

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MA LP AS. CHOIR TREAT.—On Wednesday the members of the parish church choir had their annual outing. They visited Liverpool, the party numbering upwards of 50, including the juvenile portion of the choir. The arrange- ments were efficiently carried out by the organist and choirmaster, Mr. H. Edwardes. The morning was spent in Liverpool, and in the afternoon the party took a trip to' New Brighton. The rector accompanied the trip, and spent the day with the members of the choir. DANCE.—On Tuesday evening, following the wakes, a dance was held on the rectory lawn by kind permission of the Rector, under the auspices of the fire brigade. There was also a draw for prizes arranged in connection with the dance, so that whoever bought a ticket for the dance was entitled to draw for one of upwards of 200 prizes. These were surplus articles from the bazaar held some time ago. With this additional attraction there was an attendance of 400 people, and the lawn presented during the evening an animated appearance. In the evening the grounds were illuminated with coloured lights and the proceedings lasted until half-past nine o'clock. The music was supplied by the Chester City Brass Band, under the conductorship of Mr. Weston.

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