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156 YEARS AGO. ! 4-

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.

CHOLMONDELEY.

LITTLE BUDWOR1 H

MULD.

TATTENHALL.

ELLESMERE PORT & WHITBY.

BUCKLEY.

SAUGHALL.

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SAUGHALL. DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES.—On Friday, at tho Saughall School, the prizes and certifi- cates were awarded to tbe successful scholars of the school. The prizes were distributed by Mrs. Duckworth, and were as fo'low:—Pro- ficiency: Standard I., May Pritehard, Norah, I -v -arico; Standaid II., Liiv Jacques, Maggie Sowden Standard III., Eruast Brayno, Doria Cunliffe; Standard IV., Nellie Ciarko, Annie PC Reynolds, Georgo Smith; Standard V., John Ciarke, Mary Dawson; Standard VI., William Orump, Ewart. Stephen; Standard VII., Kittie Mooie, John Smith. Tlie following had not missed an attendanec- throughout the year and received prizes:—John Benson, Arthur Evans, Florcnoo Bithell, Fanny Shepherd, Siesie Nor- ton, Eva Warrington, Arnold Viokers, John Oarke, John Hallows, Edward Shepherd, Geo. Venables, Fred Dentith, Herbert Thornton, Roy Geddes, Mary Dawson, William Marshall, Edw. Lewis, Joseph Ailman, Alfred Pritohard, Geo. Smith, Charlos Clarke, Nellie Clarke, Emily Benson, Annie Reynolds, Myra Ferny hough, Archie Thomas, Leonard Warrington, Richard Hughes, John AUman, George Warrington, Emma Dawson, Doris Cunliffe, George Woodfin, Walter Marshall, William Dentith, Rowe Mer- cer, Richard Hal'ows, Sidney Wrarrington, Pattio Ellis, Maggie Sowden, Elsie Owen, Sam Hughes, Henry Thornton, Fred Bennion, Nellie Thornton, May Pritehard, Mary Hughes, Har- riett E. Thornton, Winnie Bithell, Lottie HaJ- lows, Joseph Smith, Leon Hallows, and John Hughes. Attendance prizes were also awarded to Iledl-ey Hu-nkin, Aubrey Hunkin, W. Crump, Floreaoe Hal'ows, Jane Brayne, Lizzie Sowd?n, Fred Pritohard, Albert Healing, Henry Mar- shall, Ewart Stephen, John Smith, May Brom- ley, Arthur Wiliiams, Harold Brown, James Roberts, William Tunks, George Bennion, Wtn. Venables, Harry Moore, George Dickinson, Herbert Giilham, Eliza Bennion, Fred Moore, Enid Huinkin, Mary Hallows, George Moono, Hariy Warrington, Phyllis Hughes, Ernest 1, Brayne, Edith Formston, Ethel Woods, Wilfred Formston, Edward Robbins, Doris CartmoU, Edward Da wson, Fred Hughes, Norah Clarke, Nellio Benson, Douglas Cunliffe. Thomas Hughes, Lizzie Hughes, Dorothy Hughes, Annie Robbins, Gerald Formston, Frank Moore, Alfred Bravn-e, Elsie Mercer, Maggie Robbins, Rhoda Braym>, Elizabeth Griffiths, Frank Evans, Reginald Bithell and Vera Warrington. Illu- mirta-lod certificates wc-re distributed to 51 ohikLeu who hnd earned them by writing an essay, after listening leoently to a lecture on "Tho Blood and Alcohol." Before leaving for t.ho holidays, the headmaster and Mi's. Duck- worth also presented to each child a Christmas card, an orange, and a packet of sweets. The school will be closed for two weeks' holiday.

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