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DISTRICT AND PARISH COUNCILS.

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THE SEPTEMBER MAGAZINES.

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. KELSALL.

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KELSALL. CYCLING CLUB. On Tuesday a general meeting of the Kelsall and District Cycling Club was held in the National School, the headquarters of the club, for the purpose of deciding what kind of regalia should be worn when attending the forthcoming cycle car- nival at Chester. After a long discussion, several items were agreed upon. It was also decided that the members give another enter- tainment this winter similar to the one given last winter, and as the club was well off financially, it was agreed that the proceeds should be devoted to some other object, which could be decided at a future meeting. WEDDING.—On Thursday the village was enlivened by the marriage of Mr. Benjamin Dutton, of The Bazaar, Kelsall, and Miss Eleanor Smith, eldest daughter of the late Mr. John Smith, of Kelsall. The service took place at the Wesleyan Chapel. Kelsall, the Rev. W. Shovelton, Tarporley, officiating. The bride was given away by her brother, Mr. Arthur Smith, and the bridesmaids were Miss Ada Smith (sister of the bride), and Miss Jessie Dutton (sister of the bridegroom). There were many friends of the bride and bridegroom present. The service commenced with singing the hymn, 'The voice that breathed o'er Eden' by the choir, and at the conclusion Mr. James Nickson played the Wedding March.'

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