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CLOSE OF THE DEE SALMON SEASON.…

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TRAGIC SUICIDE AT CHESTER.…

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LI SUDDEN DEATH IN A CHESTER…

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THE STRAIGHT TIP for the winner is anxiously sought for prior to any of our great races, and the joy or sorrow of the recipients is largely measured by the amount of money they afterwards win or lose. There is no uncertainty, however, or anguished suspense, as to the result of using Holloway's Pills and Ointment. After a fair trial the gain is sure and great. The Pills, taken occa- sionally in prescribed doses, keep the digestion in order, excite a free flow of healthy bile, and re- generate the impoverished blood with richer materials. The Ointment is a grand remedy for the removal of rheumatic pains, wounds, sores, ulcers, cuts, or bruises. HONOUR FOR A CHESHIRE HORTICULTURIST.— The London correspondent of the Manchester Guardian writes:—The Council of the Royal Horticultural Society having obtained the Queen's assent to the proposal to establish a medal in commemoration of the sixtieth year of Her Majesty's reign, to be awarded solely honoris causa for good work done in the domain of horticulture, have caused the new medal, which is to be known as.. the Victoria medal,' to be struck in gold. It has, I learn, been decided to confer it upon sixty horticulturists who have rendered eminent service in different p,L- 'I. orancnes oi norwcuicure, who are to hold it as a purely personal distinction. Among the sixty recipients are Dean Hole and the Roy. C. Wolley-Dod, of Malpas, Cneshirq. A PRIVATE HOTEL MYSTERY.—At St. Pancras, on Friday, an inquest was opened on the body of a woman found dead in bed at a private hotel in Guildford-street, London, where she had been staying with a man known by the name of Scott, who was afterwards arrested at Derby. Scott was present in court in charge of the police, and seemed much distressed. Mr. Turner, landlord of the hotel, said Scott and deceased came there on August 14th, the man giving the address Mr. and Mrs Scott, Gasworks, Ludlow. On Saturday last, as Scott failed to pay his bill. witness refused to supply him with further food, Scott left on Monday, and on;Tuesday the room door was burst open. The police stated that the woman was found dead in bed. In the room were an empty laudanum bottle, a blood- stained knife, and a towel. There were also letters signed W. S. Stormont,' one of which was addressed to Mrs. McLeon, of Liverpool, mother of the deceased. The writer declared "We have better mind to put an end to our existence by poison. My poor dear has gone. Laudanum has had no effect on me. I must try other means.The inquest was adjourned.

THE MONEY-LENDING INQUIRY.…

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