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CLOSE OF THE DEE SALMON SEASON.…

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CHESTER BOARD OF GUARDIANS.…

BROXTON PETTY SESSIONS.

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All the members of the Eastbourne Town Council have signed a requisition to the Duke of Devonshire asking him to accept the Mayoralty of Eastbourne for the coming year. FLINTSHIRE CHAPEL CHANGES.—In the con- gregational churches, the Rev. D. J. Evans, of Carmarthen, has been ordained minister of Greenfield church, Holywell; and the Rev. John R. Hughes, of Abergele, has undertaken the charge of Zoar church, near Mold; the Rev. Henry Jones, of Dalton, has accepted the call to Halkyn Presbyterian church. DISAPPEARANCE OF OLD CHESTER PRO- PERTY.—Another portion of old Chester is disappearing from view in Foregate-street, where the work of demolition is going on at some premises near Commercial Row, having an old-fashioned colonnade over the parapet supported by stone pillars. Deeds are in existence relating to this property dating as far back as 1667. The shop and premises will be rebuilt by the owner, Mr. John Stubbs, boat- builder, in a style conforming with the neigh- bouring architecture. A MAZENESS CAME OVER HUL-At the Chester City Police Court, yesterday (Tuesday), before Messrs. William Brown, H. Churton, and George Dutton, Michael Kay was summoned for being drunk in charge of a horse and cab on Hough Green the previous day. It appeared that Kay drove some visitors from Chester to Hawarden, but on the return journey they found him so intoxicated that on reaching Saltney they left the cab and completed the distance by tram. P.C. Griffiths arrested Kay on Hough Green. Defendant, who said 'a sort of mazeness came over him,' was fined 5s. and costs, or seven days' hard labour. AN ARTISTIC TRIUMPH.—There is now on view at Messrs. Minshull and Meeson's, Eastgate Row, in this city, the celebrated picture The Return from Calvary,' by Herbert Schmalz. The work is certainly one of the greatest of modern times, and it will add immeasurably to the artist's reputation. Mr. Schmalz's conception of the sacred subject is strikingly beautiful and original, and he has delineated the tragedy with marvellous skill and power. The pathos of the scene is most impressive and touching, and as one stands before it he realises that he is gazing upon a masterpiece. Those who inspect the painting while it is at Messrs. Minshull and Meeson's will be glad that they have done so.

CO-OPERATORS & THE DRINK TRAFFIC.…

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A FISHERMAN'S PROTEST.

'LEST WE FORGET.'

CHESTER FISHERMEN AND THE…

THE SCARCITY OF DEE SALMON.

HOBBY HORSE MUSIC AT MALPAS.

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TECHNICAL INSTRUCTION IN CHESHIRE.…

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