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HAWARDEN. ODDFELLOWS AT DINNER.—The members of the Loyal Gladstone Lodge of the Order of Odd- fellows (Manchester Unity) held their annual dinner at the Fox Hotel on Friday. Bro. A, Ratcliffe pre- sided, and about 50 were present. Among them were Dr. Roberts, Messrs. T. Mills (District Secre- tary), A. Jackson, T. S. Adams, T. B. Barnett, T. H. Haswell, T. H. Gibson, and G. J. Butler. The toast list was an extensive one, including the follow- ing:— "Trade," proposed by Mr. T. S. Adams, Mr. T. H. Gibson responding; "Army and Navy," proposed by the Chairman, Mr. T. H. Haswell responding; The Manchester Unity of Odd- fellows," by Mr. A. Jackson, Mr. G. J. Butler replying; "The Doctor," proposed by Mr. A. Seaton; and "The Chairman," by Mr. T. H. Gibson. Songs were contributed by Messrs. T. S. Adams, A. Ratcliffe, Wyatt, Thomas, and others. VOLUNTEER BALL.—The annual ball of the Hawarden Volunteer Company, 2nd V.B. Royal Welch Fusiliers, took place on Thursday at the Gymnasium, Hawarden, and proved one of the most successful on record, about 95 being pre- sent. The Buckley String Band were in attend- ance. The officers present were Major Keene, Captain Swetenham and Captain Hurlbutt; also Sergt.-Major Claridge, Sergt.-Major Kelly. In addition there was a good attendance of non- commissioned officers and men.. The. ladies were slightly in the majority. Dancing commenced shortly after 8 p m Captain Swetenham leading the first dance with Mrs. Claridge, The duties of M.C. were in the competent hands of Sergt.- Major Claridge and Colour.-Sergt. F. C. Kelly. The Leap Year dance, in which the ladies chose their partners, caused great merriment, and the dancing was maintained with great vigour until about 3 a-m. The room was tastefully decorated with national flags and other emblems. The suc- cess of the undertaking was due in a large measure to the unremitting efforts of Sergt.-Major Claridge.

. FRODSHAM.

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