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THE MAYOR'S JUBILEE MEDAL.…

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CHESTER LANTERN CYCLE PARADE.…

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THE ROYAL VISIT TO SCOTLAND.…

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THE ROYAL VISIT TO SCOTLAND. « The Royal yacht Victoria and Albert, with the Duke and Duchess of York on board, arrived at the Tail of the Bank, Greenock, on Thurs- day night, and remained at anchor until Friday morning, when she left for Glasgow, being accom- panied by H.M.S. Helampus and Mersey. The Duke and Duchess of York paid a visit on Friday to Glasgow, where they had a series of public engagements. The first was the naming of a new tidal dock. In this the prin- cipal part was taken by the Duchess, who named the dock the Prince's. Proceeding next to the new graving dock adjoining, the Duke laid the copestone. Luncheon at the City Chambers followed, and then the Duke laid the foundation-stone of new buildings devoted to art. Addresses were presented to the Duke and Duchess from the civic and harbour authori- ties, and the Duke in his reply spoke of the growth of the port, and of the importance of the new undertakings. From Glasgow the Duke and Duchess proceeded to Dalmeny, where they are the guests of Lord Rosebery.

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KENYON V. MOSS. «.

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!WEEKLY STATE OF THE CHESTER…

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