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MANCHESTER AND THE DKE.—It may not be generally known that as early as 1825 appli- cation had been made to Parliament for power to construct a ship canal between Manchester and the Dee. It was intended to cross the estuary cf the Dee at Parkgate. and continuing by way of Frodsham, Lymm, and Altrincham, to enter Manchester from the south at Didsbury. The estimated cost was to be £ 1,030,000, which was to be met by the issue of 10,000 shares of S100. The Bill was thrown out as not com- plying with the Standing Orders, and no second application was made. A JSRRT-BUILT HoesE, in quite an aristocratic part of London, the other day literacy fell down about its occupier's ears. Outwardly there was nothing wrong almost to the very last, and when the catastrophe occurred it spread consternation throughout the neighbourhood. Many people suffering from ill-health keep up a brave appearance and no one knows the truth until it is too late. They go about deceiving themselves as well as others. Why, oh why, are they so foolish? Their blood is impure, their nerves are shattered, disease is eating away their life. Well-advised indeed are they if, even at the eleventh hour, they turn to Holloway's Pills and Ointment—remedies which give new lite and vigour to all who avail them- 1 eeivea of them.

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CHILDREN AS BEER MESSENGERS.

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CHESHIRE LADY'S SAD END. ♦

MR. G. WYNDHAM ON SOUTH AFRICA.…

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THE FATAL ACCIDENT TO A TRANMERE…

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THE DEE MUSSEL FISHERY. 0

A BROTHER AND HIS WRONGED…

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