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DISTRICT AND PARISH COUNCILS.

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SATURDAY'S FOOTBALL.

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THORNTON HOUGH.

FRODSHAM.

. SAUGHALL.

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SAUGHALL. LONG SERVICE.—On Monday Mr. and Mrs. James Williams completed their 45th year of service as master and mistress of the National Schools, having commenced duties in the then new building on September 13tb, 1852. THE CRops.-The grand spell of fine weather has been taken full advantage of by omr farmers, not only in gathering all outlying crops of wheat, &c., but by taking time by the forelock and commencing tillage operations, with a view of preparing the land for the reception of seed for next year's crops. SCHOOL TREAT.—The scholars attending the Presbyterian Sunday School were entertained at tea in the Town Hall by their teachers on Tuesday afternoon. In the evening an adjourn- ment was made to a large field on the 'Brows," kindly lent by Mr. Warrington, where games of various descriptions were indulged in till dusk. Among those present were the Rev. C. Jones, Mrs. Jones, Mrs. W. T. Harvey, Mrs. Newall, Miss Harvey, Mrs. Blackledge, Miss E. Warrington and Miss M. Warrington, all of whom were assiduous in their attention to the wants and comforts of the juveniles.

WHITCHURCH.

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