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THE MAYOR'S JUBILEE MEDAL.…

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CHESTER LANTERN CYCLE PARADE.…

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HAWARDEN FLOWER SHOW. 4

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AUCTION SALES. +

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AUCTION SALES. + SALE OF MOLD PROPERTY. On Saturday Mr. Cunnah offered for sale at the Grosvenor Hotel, Chester, the Bowling Green Hotel, Mold, together with the stables, bottling stores, and bowling green attached, the whole containing about 2,003 yards. The bidding started at E3,000, and when 94,400 was reached the auctioneer announced his regret to withdraw the property at that figure. Five cottages in Conway-street, Mold, were then put up, and bought by Mr. Jesse Roberts, Mold, for £ 395. Mr. J. B. Marston, Mold, acted as solicitor to the vendors. FAT AND STORE STOCK AT HOOTON. One of the most successful sales that have been held at Hooton for some time past was conducted by Mr. J. P. Carter, at his Wirral Cattle Mart, on Wednesday, when an exception- ally grand lot of stock was disposed of. A splendid company of buyers were present and a brisk trade ruled throughout. The cattle were of choice quality and some exceedingly well-finished animals entered the sale ring. Four nice topped beasts from Mr. Robert Jones, Arrowe Brook, sold for iE65 5s. Messrs. W. Roberts, Hancock, and Jno. Wright, being the respective purchasers. Small weight heifers and bullocks found ready buyers and realised up to X15 17s. 6d. each. Calvers, barrens, and stirks were also in demand and fetched their top market value. A grand lot of calvers were quickly sold and some high prices were made, fat calves selling for X4 lis. each. There was a very large number of sheep and lambs penned, and the quality was all that could be desired. Wethers made up to 43s. per head, Shropshire lambs up to 35s. each. THE SIDWAY SHORTHORNS. Mr. E. Simpson's annual sale of dairy Short- horns and Shropshire sheep will be conducted at Sidway Hall, Market Drayton, on Tuesday, September 21st, by Messrs. Lythall and Walters, of Birmingham, and will comprise 75 newly- calved and down-calving cows and heifers, 16 prime fat cows and heifers, 18 yearling bulls, heifers, and steers, and 313 well- bred Shropshire sheep. The calvers are a grand lot of roans,, nearly all being from three to six years old, and having immense frames and grand udders, and they include the many winners at the Shropshire and West Midland, Staffordshire, Trentham, Leek, and Cheshire shows this year in dairy classes. As Mr. Simpson has definitely decided to retire from the showyard, they will be sold absolutely without reserve, and should produce keen competition. BIRMINGHAM AUTUMNAL SHEEP SALE. The great Autumnal Shropshire Sheep Sale was conducted by Messrs. Lythall and Walters, in Bingley Hall, Birmingham, on Thursday. About 1,000 rams, ewes, and lambs were catalogued, and these made satisfactory prices. Fourteen rams and thirty ewes were purchased for experimental crossing in Kent. and three rams and 100 ewes were purchased to found a select flock in the East Riding of Yorkshire. Numerous other purchases were made for North and South Wales, Devon, Lincolnshire, Bed- fordshire, Ireland, and Scotland.

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