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DISTRICT AND PARISH COUNCILS.

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CONNAH'S QlJAY.

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CONNAH'S QlJAY. THE INDUSTRIAL ART EXHIBITION.—The committee of the industrial art exhibition, recently held in aid of the funds of the St. Mark's Schools, distributed the prizes to the successful competitors on Friday evening. In addition to the substantial money prizes offered each competitor was presented with a certificate of merit beautifully framed. The whole of the accounts in connection with the exhibition are not yet to hand, but it is confidently hoped that there will be a profit of between 250 and J660. PROPOSED PRESENTATIONS TO DR. PURDON.— The various friendly societies, comprising the Rechabite Tent and the Oddfellows and Shep- herds Lodges, have decided to make Dr. Purdon a presentation on the occasion of his marriage with Miss Lush, which took place quite recently at Dorchester. An influential committee has been appointed to make the necessary arrange- ments. Dr. Purdon has for a number of years occupied the position of surgeon to these societies, and the very efficient manner in which he has discharged his duties and the great care with which he attends the sick members of the different societies have made him highly popular and beloved. The Conservative Club and other organisations with which Dr. Purdon is connected are also promoting presentations to shew their great respect for the doctor, on his return from his honeymoon in Scotland.

. CREWE.

THORNTON HOUGH.

FRODSHAM.

. SAUGHALL.

WHITCHURCH.

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