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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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SIR W. W. WYNN'S HOUNDS

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DAMAGE TO RIVER BANKS.

NESTON.

MALPAS.

WHITCHUKClL

TARPORLEY.

FRODSHAM.

CHOLMONDELEY.

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CHOLMONDELEY. CONCERT.—A most enjoyable and successful concert was held at the Cholmondeley Schools, in aid of the funds of the Cholmondeley Cricket Club, on Tuesday evening. The audience was a "vc largo and appreciative one, and included the Marchioness of Cholmondeley. the Lady Lettioe Cholmondeley, Mrs. St. John CharJton, Miss Charlton, Miss Varida Charlton, Mrs. J. H. Welsford, Miss Welsford, Miss Murray, the Misses Park?r, of Maesfcn, Miss B. Smith, Miss Cotton-Jodrc 11, Miss Thorneycroft, the Rov. E. F. Gorst and Mrs. Gorst, etc. The entertainment was throughout of a high-class character, and all praise is due to the perfor- mers, who in their own sphere gave excellent account of themselves. The Chester Cathedral Glee Party arc too well known to need com- ment; suffice it to say that they fully main- tained their high reputation. Mr. George Hopley, an old Cholmondeley favourite, was cn- thusiastically reoeived, whilo his eon, Mr. Chas. Hop!ey. met. with a well-merited encore. Miss Cotton-Jodreli pang sweetly, a.nd fully de- served her recall, and Miss Thornoycroft's mas- terly manipulation of the violin gave much pleasure. Mis3 Bionwen Charlton was in better voice than ever, and rc-ally cxoclkd herse-lf. Mr. Loui Parry was. as usual, inimitable, par- ticularly in his rendering of the pathetic reci- tation of "Tlie Old Bachelor." Mrs. Edward Lancoley lendered most of the accompaniments, and shewed herself to be a pianist of no m:'oan order. The programme was as follows: Trio, piano and two violins. Miss Vanda Oharlton, Miss Thornvcroft. and Miss Charl- ton; quartette, "Here's Life and Health," Chester Calhodral Clee Party (encored, There was a boy and there was a lack"); song, "Smiles," Miss Cotton Jodrcll; song, "Peg Away," Mr. Hopley; violin 9010, "Addio," Miss Thornvoroft; song, '"My Old Shako," Mr. J. H. Ditchbui-n (encored, "lirown JCyes and Blue Eyes' ) songs, (a) "My Rose." (b) "Old Wessex Lova Song." Miss Charlton (encored) song, "Within your heart," Mr. A. (Irl. (encored); humorous song, Mr. Loui Parry (oneored); quartette, "SimpV Simon," Cathe- dral Gierx Party (encored. "Little Tommy"); violin solo. "Consolation," Miss Thornyoroft (encored); song, "The song that will live for ever." Mr. Charles Hopley (encored) song. "Tlie Throstle" (by request). Miss Charlton (en- cored); song, "Mary of Argyle," Mr. G. Brown (esncorod, "Mary") qua-rtetde, "Darkie's Lul- laby," Cathedral Glee Pitrty (encored, "Fiddie- de-dee"); song, Miss Cotton-J^diell (encored, "Dorothy May"); song. Ailsa Mine," Mr. J. S. Buxton (encored. "I'd nothing etee to do"); duet (humorous). Messrs. Greenwood and Ditch- burn (encored, "The Two Begga-rs"); humorous sketch, "The Old Bachelor," Mr. Loui Parry (encored); "God save the King."

LITTLE BUDWOR1 H

MULD.

TATTENHALL.

ELLESMERE PORT & WHITBY.

BUCKLEY.

SAUGHALL.

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