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DISTRICT AND PARISH COUNCILS.

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SATURDAY'S FOOTBALL.

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THORNTON HOUGH.

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THORNTON HOUGH. BOWLING CLUB CONCERT.—On Tuesday evening a miscellaneous concert, on behalf of a fund for keeping the local bowling green in order during the winter, was given in the National Schoolroom, which was crowded. Mr. W. H. Lever forwarded a donation of X5. The programme was very well rendered, the only possible fault which could be found with it was by the absence of the humorous element. At the close Mr. Davies proposed a vote of thanks to the artists, specially referring in compli- mentary terms to Mr. W. Owen, the principal promoter of the concert, to the Chester Wesleyan Glee Party, who had so kindly given their services, and to the generosity of Mr. Lever. The programme was as follows:— Glee, On the Banks of Allan Water,' the Choir trio, Don't tickle me, I pray,' Chester Wesleyan Glee Party (encored); duet, Lar- board Watch,' Messrs. Powell and Ellison; song, 'The Soldiers of the Queen,' Mr. W. Owen (encored); recitation, Mr. J. H. Evans; song, Admiral Tom,' Mr. Tom Powell; duet, Call to Arms,' Messrs. Griffiths and Owen; humorous song, Killaloe,' Mr. J. L. Ferguson (encored); quartette, On the Ramparts,' Chester Wesleyan Glee Party; trio, 'Dame Durden,' Messrs. Powell, Ellison, and Davies (encored); song, sailing,' Mr. E. Ll. Jones (encored) song, Bay of Biscay,' Mr. T. S. Griffiths (encored) song, Yes, let me like a soldier fall,' Mr. Tom Powell; duet, 'Flow, gentle Deva,' Messrs. Griffiths and Owen (encored) j recitation (by request), Charge of the Light Brigade,' Mr. J. L. Ferguson (encored); trio, A little farm well tilled,' Chester Wesleyan Glee Party; song, Hearts of Oak,' Mr. W. Owen; glee, How well I remember/ the Choir; God save the Queea.'

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. SAUGHALL.

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