Skip to main content
Hide Articles List

34 articles on this Page

ROYAL ADIEU.

LORD KELVIN.

PLATELAYER KILLED.

ATTACK WITH A HAMMER

SHREWSBURY SCHOOL CAXTON.…

THE REV. G. U. ROBINSON. *

CHESHIRE CHEESE FAIRS. 1

FOLKESTONE MEETING.

[No title]

[No title]

WIRRAL DISTRICT COUNCIL.I…

THE BRITISH NAVY. +

£ 605 AN ACRE. 1

ALLOTMENTS IN NEWTON.

HUNTING. +

SIR W. W. WYNN'S HOUNDS

Advertising

NEW VICAR OF HOOLE.I f

CHESTER TECHNICAL SCHOOLS…

TOLL OF THE GALE.

[No title]

LITTLE BUDWORTH

NANTWICH.

MOLD.

FRODSHAM.

CHESTER STOCK & SHARE LIST…

ROSS rrT

SHOTTON.

MALPAS.

BUCKLEY.

News
Cite
Share

BUCKLEY. ALTERATIONS AT THE BLACK LION.— At the Mold Transfer Scesion.% on Monday, the justioes approved of plans of proposed alterations at the Black Lion Inn, Buckley. It was stated that the house was one of the beet places of busincse in Buckley, but was greatly in need of repaira, and that the premises would be much improved by means of the alterations indicated on the plans. PROPERTY OWNER IN A FIX.At the Mold Police Court, on Monday, John Rowlands, The Foundry, Buckley, was summoned at. the instance of the Holywell Rural District Council for having failed to abate a nuisance arising on promirc« at New Brighton, Mold. of which he was the owner. The defendant, in rep'y to the Bench, said he was anxious to abate the nuiaanoe, but the work was of oo disagreeable a nature that he had failed to find men who would do it; he supposed that if he still failed he muat do it himself. The defendant was ordered to abate the nuisance by the 31st December and to pay 15s. 6d. coets.

ELLESMERE PORT.

FLINT.

MARKETS AND FAIRS. +

[No title]