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LOCAL GOVERNMENT JOTTINGS.…

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THE WEAR & TEAR OF CITY LIFE…

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■ ♦ CHESTER RURAL.

TARVIN RURAL.

HAWARDEN RURAL

WHITCHURCH URBAN.

MOLITURBAN.

IMR. LLOYD-GEORGE MOBBED.

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LACROSSE.

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FLINTSHIRE UNIONISTS. «

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. SANDYCROFT.

. MALPAS.

HOLT.

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. WREXHAM.

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-+- u FLINT. N.C.O'S. BALL.—A brilliant affair was the ball promoted by the N.C O's. of the Flint Company of the Royal Welch Fusiliers, which took pla.ce in the Town Hall on Wednesday. Sergt. D. E. Davies and his band of workers are to be congratulated on the success of the evening. Messrs. D. E. Davies and W. Walton proved able M.C.'s, while the music was supplied by Marchant's Band, Chester. I THE COLLIERY'S LOSS.—At the Petty Sessions, on Wednesday, Sarah Thompson, Naomi Hillditch, Annie Sutherland, Jane Ellen Wilks, and Mary Hughes, all residing at Flint, were sum- moned for stealing coal from the Deeside Colliery on various dates, and were each fined 5s. Mr. Beck, one of the partners at the colliery, stated in the course of his evidence that the coal stolen from the colliery meant a loss to the company of 20 tons of coal a week.

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