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DISTRICT AND PARISH COUNCILS.

SERVING DRINK TO CHILDREN.…

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THE SEPTEMBER MAGAZINES.

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. QUEEN'S FERRY.

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.0 GRESFORD. THE CYCLING ACCIDENT. The Liverpool cyclist who was so terribly injured while riding down a steep hill at Gresford, as reported in our last issue, is, we are glad to learn, making satisfactory progress He regained consciousness on Wednesday, and is now able to take nourishment, although still unfit for removal from Wrexham Infirmary. Through the report of the accident in the Courant considerable public attention has been directed to the suggestion for erecting danger signals to cyclists at several steep inclines in the neighbourhood, and we trust that either by the local authorities, or through the instrumen- tality of the Cyclists' Touring Club, some steps will speedily be taken to caution strangers touring in the district against the grave danger of riding down these hills.

A SAUGHALL.!

♦ TARPORLEY.

HA WARDEN.

. KELSALL.

. LITTLE BUD WORTH.

. !CONNAN'S QlJAY.