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ORDINATIONS.

THE DEE ESTATES.

ACTION AGAINST A CHESTER LADY.

ISLE OF MAN MINING COMPANY.

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ALLEGED WOUNDING AT TARVIN…

THE SCHOOL BOARD QUESTION…

THE EXTRAORDINARY SHOOTING…

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CHESTER CYCLE CARNIVAL.

COUNTY POLICE COURT.

CITY POLICE COURT.

THE RAILWAY TRAGEDY.

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THE RAILWAY TRAGEDY. ♦ ADJOURNED INQUEST. The inquest on Mrs. Matilda Bryan, wife of Dr. John Morgan Bryan, of Northampton, who met with her death under mysterious circumstances on the railway, near Tring, on the 3rd inst., was resumed at Tring on Thurs- day evening. A telegram addressed to her from Eastbourne to Victoria Station, London, on September 2nd, was read. It ran "Write 53, High-street, Exeter; awfully disappointed. DICK." Evidence was then given of deceased leaving Euston alone for North- ampton, a gentleman seeing her off, and her being missing on the arrival of the train. Samuel Gaskarth, the brakesman, who was in the van next to the compartment occupied by Mrs. Bryan, narrated the circumstances which had led him to suspect that something was wrong in Mrs. Bryan's compartment, and which had caused him to instruct thel railway officials to telegraph to Tring to have the line searched. His evidence can only be described as remark- able. The inquest was adjourned until to-day (Wednesday).

THE LATE MR. E. W. D. WALTHALL.…

NO MORE MEDICINE, PURGING…

LOCAL GOVERNMENT BOARD INQUIRY…

NORTH WALES POOR LAW CONFERENCE.

PADESW00D BUCKLEY BRICK AND…

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