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THIS DAY'S TELEGRAMS.

THE EAST DENBIGHSHIRE CONTEST.

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NEWMARKET MEETING.—TUESDAY.

LANARK MEETING.—TUESDAY.

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AUTUMN WHEAT MANURING.

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AUCTION SALES. 0

FLINT.

BUCKLEY.

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BUCKLEY. JUMBLE SALE.—On Friday and Saturday a most successful jumble sale was held in St. Matthew's Schools, in aid of the parochial funds. The stalls were tastefully decorated by flags, banners, and streamers, kindly lent for the occasion by Major Gibson. Among those who assisted as stallholders were Mrs. Drew, Mrs. Hudsmitb, Mrs. Gregory, Mrs. G. A. Parry, Mrs. Henry Hayes and Miss Annie Hayes, Mrs. Tyson and Miss Tyson, Miss Jacobs and Miss Price (Schoolhouse), Miss Annie Hughes, Miss Annie Tyson and Miss Emily Jones, Miss N. Gibson, Miss Wilson, and Miss Newns; and the following gentlemen also kindly assisted the ladies: Messrs. Henry Hayes, W. Nunns, J. Tyson, S. E. Gregory, and Llewellyn Roberts. The sale was very largely attended, and was a great success; realising over £45.

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THE SOUTH 'CHESHIRE.

WHITCHURCH.

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NORTHWICH.I

CREWE.

WREXHAM.

CAERGWRLE.

NANTWICH.

HUXLEY.

NEW FERRY.

FRODSHAM.

MALPAS.

MOLD.

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