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DISTRICT AND PARISH COUNCILS.

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. WIRRAL AND BIRKENHEAD AGRICULTURAL…

MARRIAGE UNDER LOCK AND KEY.

CONVINCING PROOF OF THE EFFICACY…

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. LITTLE * SUTTON.

. MOLD.

. WHITCHURCH.

. FLINT.

FARNDON.

. INCE.

QUEE..V'S FEI?RY.

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. NORTHOP.

. SAUGHALL.

. WREXHAM.

HUXLEY.

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« PLEMSTALL. HARVEST FESTIV AL.-On Thursday evening the annual harvest thanksgiving services were commenced in the parish church. The interior was, as usual, tastefully decorated by the ladies of the congregation, with flowers, evergreens, and corn. There was, however, a somewhat marked scarcity of fruits. The Rev. H. A. Arnold, rector of Barrow, occupied the pulpit and delivered an appropriate sermon to a fair congregation. The choral part of the service included Tallis' responses, Bunnett's Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis in F, and Simper's anthem '0 Lord, how manifold.' This was capitally rendered by the choir, the solos being taken by Mrs. Aston (soprano) and Mr. T. Hughes (basfo). The offertory was devoted to the Chester Infirmary. The festival was continued on Sunday.

- NORTHIFICH. I

HAWARDEN.

. FRODSHAM.

¡ IMALPAS.

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