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iCHESTER TEMPERANCE SOCIETY.

CHESTER Y.M.C.A.

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CHESTER Y.M.C.A. The annual business meeting was held in the rooms of the association last week, Mr. H. T. Brown (president) occupied the chair. The committee's report for the year 1903, pre-sented by Mr. J. Jamieson (secretary) outlined the general features of the work carried on by the association in the city. Considerable progress had been made in almost every department, and a nett gain of 82 in the membership was reported. c The income for the year had equalled the ex- penditure, but there was still a debt resting upon the association which it was hoped would be re- moved by a special effort.. The following officers and committee were re-elected for the current yearPresident, Mr. H. T. Brown; vice-presi- dents: the Revs. F, Anderson, D. Hughes, J. C. Mitchell, and A. H. Waller, Colonel E. Evans- Lloyd, Mr. James Tomkinson, M.P., Alderman John Jones, Me-ssrs. R. H. Lanceley, W. Fer- guson, F. F. Brown, T. G. Burrell, W. Denson., H. Crowder, W. Pritchard, E. Noel Humphreys, James Williams; hon. treasurer, Mr. Robert Griffiths; committee: Messrs. A. Storrar, W. H. Barnes, W. Griffiths, junr., F. H. Holyoak, T. C. Johnson, J. F. Moss, G. C. Williams, and John Owens. in addition to which the following were elected:—Messrs. R. T. Morgan, G. H. Crocker, H. Burton, R. Walmsley, and James Cameron.— The President reviewed the year's work, and spoke hopefully of the future of the association. The annual public meeting was held in the Temperance Hall on Wednesday. The Mayor pre- sided, and supporting him were Mr. H. T. Brown (president). Colonel E. Evans-Lloyd, Captain Harvey. R.N., the Rev. J. Glyn Davies (New- port, Mon.), Dr. John Welsh, Messrs. John Owen, W. H. Ralston (Birkenhead), and J. Jamieson (secretary).—The Chairman referred to the work of the association, and commended it to the notice of the young men of the city—Mr. W. H. Ralston (Birkenhead) spoke of "The Y.M.C.A. in relation to oity life," and gave in outline the requisite fea- tures of an ideal Y.M.C.A.-The Rev. J. Glyn Davies (Newport, Mon.) spoke on The need for aggressive warfare against the forces destroying young men."—Miss Harvey contributed a solo and a recitation. For the latter she was encored. Miss Bowles, A.L.C.M., accompanied, and ren- dered a pianoforte selection with much taste. The Y.M.C.A. Male Voice Choir, under the leadership of Mr. A. Cottle, and accompanied by Mr. Arm- strong, made its first public appearance, and gave capital renderings of "Oh, who will o'er the Downs," In Absence," and The Comrade's song of hope." Votes cf thanks to the Mayor, speakers, and singers, proposed by Mr. H. T. Brown, and seconded by Mr. A. Storrar, concluded the meeting.

--. COUNTY POLICE COURT. +

RHEUMATISM CAN BE CURED.

FRIENDLY SOCIETY AND ITS TREASURER.

CHESTER NURSING ASSOCIATION.

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CHESTER TRADERS' ASSOCIATION.

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