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THE MfLWR DRAINAGE BILL. I

KEN SIT LEADERS FRANCE.

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LITERARY NOTICES.

NATIONAL PROVINCIAL BANK .

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IWIRRAL GUARDIANS.

THE FISCAL PROBLEM,

! EDDISBURY REPRESENTATION.…

ILIBERALISM I. FLINTSHIRE…

MR. LEVER AND WIRRAL.

FLINT BYE-ELECTION.

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DEATH OF MR D. MELDRFM.

MR. STANLEY AT FRODSHAM.

:A NESTON PRESENTATION

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FLINT BYE-ELECTION.

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the policy of the modern Calvin and starve the non-provided schools out of existence. When the poll was declared it was revealed to them that they had received the most crushing- defeat. The borough is represented on the County Council by three Radicals and one Conservative. Flint looks forward with confidence to the March elections. and hopes to assist in carrying out the Education Act in lettev and in spirit. The Doctor's challenge I I is answered. If his party won his condition was that the five schools in Flint should be handed over. Let hirr. h just, and call a meeting of the Free Church Council and choose at once the five chapels which are to be handed over and placed under the control of the managers of the Flint elementary schook