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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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. FRODSHAM.

. HAWARD EN.

THE EAST DENBIGHSHIRE ELECTION.…

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THE FAILURE OF THE SALMON…

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THE CITY GUTLDB.-The annual meeting of the Innholders', Cooks', and Victuallers' Com- pany was held at the Coach and Horses Hotel on Monday evening. Alderman Peter Powell in the chair and Alderman Thomas Millington in the vice-chair. After partaking of an excellent dinner, the Chairman gave the toasts of The Queen and Royal Family,' and 'The Navy, Army, and Volunteers,' responded to by Mr. Jacob Minns, as an ex-Volunteer.— Mr. Thomas Millington proposed The Health of the Visitors,' which was acknowledged by Mr. Edgar Dutton, chairman of the City Guilds Mr. Benjamin Hulse, High Chief Ranger Mr. Peter Wright, High Chief treasurer, and Mr. J. L. Stead, the permanent secretary of the Ancient Order of Foresters, who are going to hold their High Court in Chester in August, 1898, when it is hoped all the members ot the City Guilds will rally round and give their delegates a jubilee reception.— The secretary (Mr. Geo. Jones) proposed 'The Health of the Duke of Westminster' for his kindness in providing the company with a haunch of venison, which has been sent from the House of Eaton for over 100 years. The Marquis of Westminster was an alderman of the Innholders' Company in the year 1812.-A vote of thanks was proposed to the retiring officers, and responded to by Bro. J. S. Phoenix, and a similar compliment was paid to the host, on the motion of Mr. Jacob Minns. An enjoy- able evening closed with the singing of the National Anthem. All visitors to the Victorian Era Exhibition should see YE HORNIMAN TEA SHOPPE in Picturesque England. Sold in this locality by — Chester Spencer, 36, Bridge street; Co operative Society Turver, chemist Woolley, confectioner; Roberts, chemist. Birkenhead: Dutton, chemist; Haywood, chemist; Hessler, grocer, &c. Co-operative Society.— Crewe Eardley, bookseller; Ashfield, chemist.— Rhnddlan: Roberts, grocer.—New Ferry Faw- cett, chemist.—Hoylake: Bonstead, confectioner.— Oxton: Taylor & Co., tea dealers, &c.- Upper Brighton Somerville, chemist. Winnington: Co-operative Society.—West Kirby: Atherton and Co.-Bromborough Pool: Co-operative Society. 1

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FOOTBALL.

WREXHAM HOCKEY CLUB.

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. WREXHAM.

. SHOCKLACH.

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