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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.

THE LATE MR. E. W. D. WALTHALL.…

NO MORE MEDICINE, PURGING…

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VISIT OF LORD ROSEBERJ TO MR. GLADSTONE. Lord Rosebery, accompanied by his family— Lord Dalmeny, the Hon. Mr. Primrose, Lady Margaret and Lady Sybil-arrived at Butter- stone House on Friday, and lunched with Mr. Gladstone. In the afternoon the weather was rather broken, but about four o'clock Mr. and Mrs. Gladstone and Lord Rosebery went out for a twelve miles drive in an open carriage. Lord Rosebery and family returned to Dunkeld in time for the 7.3 p.m. train to Dalmeny. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gladstone arrived in the morn- ing on a stay for a few days. A FORTUNE SPENT.—Mr. Llewellyn Erskine Richmond-Parry, aged 26, of 18, Cupar-road, Battersea, formerly of The Cottage, Milstead. Sittingbourne, and of Datchet, Windsor, attended at the Rochester Bankruptcy Court for the purpose of undergoing his public exam- ination as a bankrupt. His gross liabilities were scheduled at 9973 6s. 7ci.-The debtor admitted, in reply to questions, that he came into X14,000 some five years ago, under the will of his great-uncle, Mr. Charles Thomas Wake- field-Parry, solicitor, and District Probate Regis- trar, of 20, Nicholas-street, Chester. The only ex- planation he could give as to the spending of the money was that he had spent it in living.' He was made bankrupt by a Sittingbourne hotel keeper, to whom he was indebted for cab hire, aerated waters, and other goods. The debtor was further examined as to his possession of a house-boat, dinghy, and punt, and as to his experiences in house building. The examina- tion was then adjourned until October. NO MORE MEDICINE, PURGING OR EX- PENSE FOR INVALIDS AND CHILDREN. PERFECT DIGESTION, NERVOUS ENERGY, SOUND SLEEP, AND HEALTH RESTORED by Du BARRY'S DELICIOUS REVALUNTA ANABICA, which cures all disorders of the Stomach and Bowels, the Blood, the Nerves, Lungs, Liver, Bladder, Brain, Voice, and Breath-such as Constipation, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Consumption, Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Influenza, Grippe, Acidity, Heartburn, Phlegm, Flatulency, Feverish Breath, Nervous, Bilious, Pulmonary, Glandular, Kidney and Liver Com- plaints, Debility, Cough, Asthma; Scarlet, Gastric, Enteric, Bilious, and Yellow Fevers, Spasms, Nephritis, Impurities and Poverty of Blood, Ague Rheumatism, Gout; Nausea and Vomiting after Eating, during Pregnancy, and at Sea; Eruptions, Sleeplessness, Atrophy, Wasting in Adults and Children. 50 years' invariable success with old and young, even in the most hopeless cases. 100,000 annual cures. Four times more nourishing than meat, and assimilating when all other food is re- jected it saves 50 times its cost in medicine. It rears also successfully the most delicate children. Sells-in tins at 2s. 3s. 6d. 21bs., 6s. 5lbs., 14s. 121bs., 32s.; or about 2d. per meal. Also Du BARRY'S TONIC REVALENTA BISCUITS remove Nervous Debility and Sleeplessness in tins 3. 6d. and 6s. All tins carriage free on receipt of P.O.O. Du BARRY & CO., (Limited), No. 77, Regent-street, London, W.; and at all Stores, Grocers and Chemists everywhere. Depdt in this town DUTTON & SONS.

LOCAL GOVERNMENT BOARD INQUIRY…

NORTH WALES POOR LAW CONFERENCE.

PADESW00D BUCKLEY BRICK AND…

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