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DISTRICT AND PARISH COUNCILS.

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THE SEPTEMBER MAGAZINES.

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A SAUGHALL. MUSHROOMS.—The heavy rains, followed as they were by warm weather, have caused a good spring of mushrooms in our fields, which are scoured from dawn till dusk by people anxious to make good bags' while the season lasts. BENEVOLENCE.—Mr. F. B. Summers,of Oaken- holme, and of the extensive iron works at Hawarden Bridge, has this week kindly sent a subscription of £1 to the Court Sellars, Ancient Order of Foresters, at the same time expressing his regret at being unavoidably absent from home on the anniversary day. THE WATER QUESTION.-A member of the Chester Rural District Council has made a good suggestion respecting the provision of a water supply for the village. He proposes that three good spring wells should be sunk in different parts of the township, so that each ward would be within easy reach of good, pure water. Another plan which finds support in some quarters is to provide storage tanks, and by means of a proper system of filtration to render the water which runs down the brooks to the Dee available for use. At present thousands of gallons of good water run to waste weekly during the winter months.

♦ TARPORLEY.

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. KELSALL.

. LITTLE BUD WORTH.

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