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WIRRAL AGRICULTURAL SHOW.…

CHESTER FARMERS' CLUB. -----+--

-----DEATH OF MRS. JAMES DICKSON

CHESTER -TYPOGRAPHICAL ASSOCIATION.

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BROXTON.

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WREXHAM BOROUGH.

LLANGOLLEN.

RURAL HOUSING IN CHESHIRE

NATURAL HISTORY" WJTES.

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WAR OFFICE ■fofigpR.M,

LiGIITKGHJP TABLE.

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BIOLOGICAL LECTURES TO TEACHERS. t —The third of a course of ten lectures on the principles of biology to the principal and assiStant. teachers of Chester, under the auspices of the Corporation, was given on Wednesday evening in the Grosvenor Museum, by Mr. R. J. Harvev Gibson, Al.A, If.L.>S., F.R.H.S., Professor of Botany in the University of Uverpool. There was a large attendance. OOACHBUILDER S AFFAIRS.-4.t Crewe- Bankruptcy Court on Friday, James HinghaLL coaehbuilder, Middlewich, attended for his public examination. The gross Labilities were £ 1,548 4s. 7d. and the estimated deficiency £ 529 3s.' 6d. The debtor stated that his father carried on the business of coach boiJder in Lewin-street, Middle- wich, until 1885, when he retired, and he and a brother took the business over. They had no capital. In 1889 his brother went out of the business and was paid by the debtor £ 100 Want of capital and ins-jifieient trade militated against his suecess, and three years ago he. found himself insolvent. He thought he might be able to recover himself, but got further behind. The examination was adjourned. &KIPTON CON ^TIIVAT! VES' CHOICE.- The Skipton Divisxiii Conservative Association on Saturday heard an sddreee in Mr. Richard Fou- ii-, Roundel], of Gledt-t-one, ju&ar Skipton, whise uncle, Mr. CharJes Savde PvDandell, formerly of Dorfold Hall, Naniwioh, represented the division as a Liberal from 1892 to 1395, and subsequently the meeting' una^jjir-taiKiy invited him to become their c-aadidate. J3e wall announce his decision Liter. Mr". Roufedell annoLmeed himself to be in favour of compensation being paid to publicans oit.po-~c*ed of their Hoe-nee*) for other reasons than those of nii&oo dv.ot, while on the Fiscal ques- tion he preferred io follow Mr. Balfour in his re- taliation proposals, behoving that the time h:1d not, yet arrived for po>ng- "toe -.vhcle hob" acoord- irg to Mr. Chaixbtrlain.

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