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THIS DAY'S TELEGRAMS.

THE INDIAN FRONTIER RISING.

+. THE ENGINEERS' STRIKE.

-♦ EIGHT OR NINE TIMES MARRIED.

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DEATH OF DTrf, JUSTICE CAVE.…

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AUCTION SALES. ♦

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AUCTION SALES. ♦ SALE OF FARNDON PROPERTY. On Saturday, Mr. J. J. Cunnah offered for sale at the Grosvenor Hotel, Chester, the detached residence, together with the garden and two pasture fields containing in the whole 11a. 2r. 18p., situated at Farndon, in the occupa- tion of Dr. Thelwall. After some brisk com- petition the property was knocked down to Mr. Albert Lowe for £ 1,350. Messrs. Royle and Reynolds acted as solicitors to the vendor. VALUE OF LAND IN TARVIN. Mr. H. Willis conducted a sale of valuable building land at the Red Lion Hotel on Wednesday evening. There was a good attendance. Mr. E. Brassey was the solicitor for the vendor, Mr. A. Howcroft. The pro- perty consisted of a field generally called the Duddon Heath field, containing about ten and a half acres. It was put into the bidding at E500, and after some brisk competition was knocked down to Mr. S. Sherwin for E895.

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. FRODSHAM.

. HAWARD EN.

THE EAST DENBIGHSHIRE ELECTION.…

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THE FAILURE OF THE SALMON…

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FOOTBALL.

WREXHAM HOCKEY CLUB.

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.HESWALL.

. WREXHAM.

. SHOCKLACH.

NORLEY.

. FLINT.

«. HOLD.

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