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LOCAL GOVERNMENT JOTTINGS.

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FRODSH AM PARISH REGISTERS.…

INEW CAPENHUKST RECTOR. -…

HAWAKDBN RURAL.

WREXHAM RURAL.

_------CHESTER & UPTON ASYLUM.

CHESTER CATHEDRAL.

ORDINATION.

ST. PAUL'S, TRANMERE.

LITERARY NOTICES. 4

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HUNTING. +

SIR W. W. WYNN'S HOUNDS

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DAMAGE TO RIVER BANKS.

NESTON.

MALPAS.

WHITCHUKClL

TARPORLEY.

FRODSHAM.

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FRODSHAM. CHRISTMAS V ACATION.-The various day schools in this parish closed on Thursday for the usual fortnight's Christmas vacation. Each child was the recipient of oranges and sweets prior to leaving school. PRESENTATION TO MR. C. E. LINAKER. At tho opening ceremony of the Royal Lanca- shire Agricultural Society's new home in Wink- ley Square. Preston, on Wedne.sday, by the Right Hon. the Earl of Derby, Mr. Charles E. Linaker, F.S.I.. of Frodsham, had conferred upon him, in recognition of his services as hon. chief finance steward for 28 years, an honorary life vioe-presidency of the society. A beautifully illuminated scroll was enclosed in a fine silver casket, with the inscription on solid gold bands on the cover, as follows:—"Charles E. Linaker, Esq., F.S.I., elected vice honorary president, 18th November 1907." Mr. Linaker reoeived many hearty congratulations from the members. ANOTHER RIFLE CLUB.—After seei n g th & great amount of interest which is centred in tlie reoently established young men's Minia- ture Rifle Club, and the success that has at- tended the efforts of tho Rev. R. L. Mann (curate) and his able body of assistants, the ladies of Frodsham have quickly emulated the grand example of the sterner sex and sett about tho formation of a similar undertaking in the Drill Haill for themselves. A meeting was re- cently held with this objeot, and the utmost enthusiasm was manifested by all the fair mem- bars. It was resolved tihat tho club be formed, and arrangements and voluntary assistance for carrying on the nocessa.:y work were spoedily forthcoming. The president of the ladies' sec- tion is Mrs. Blogg, hon. treasurer Mrs. Kesn- nerley, hon. secretary Mrs. Haslam, and com- mittee Mee dames Kingdon, Rowson, Se-lby, Williams, and the Misses B. M. Garratfc and Crompton. The subscription was fixed at 5s. per annum A list of rules was drafted out, and alraady there is a large number of mem- bers. So keen is tho enthusiasm that it has been notioed that would-be lady shots have been waiting outside the precincts of the Drill Hail long ere the time had arrived for the opaning of the doors for practice. —

CHOLMONDELEY.

LITTLE BUDWOR1 H

MULD.

TATTENHALL.

ELLESMERE PORT & WHITBY.

BUCKLEY.

SAUGHALL.

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