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LOCAL GOVERNMENT OFFICERS.…

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MR. YERBURGH & VOLUNTEERS.…

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CHRISTMAS HUMOUR. *

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IFAMOUS ENGINE-DRIVER.

MOLD EISTEDDFOD. ♦

HOOTON PARK RACES.

TAKE CARE OF YOUR PENCE.

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THE LATE DR. STOLTERFOTH

CHESTER CASTLE ELECTION.

WEATHER-COCK AND GARGOYLE.…

INSURANCE CO.'S AND AGENTS.

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I JWOMAN FATALLY SHOT.—On Saturday evening a carpenter named William Henry Weaver, aged 48, residing in Pershore-road, Selly Park, Birmingham, was alleged to have shot his wife during a domestic quarrel. The bullet, fired from a revolver, entered the woman's head causing her death. Weaver, it was said, fired a second shot, which did not take effect. The son, aged 22, sprang at his father, and the two men struggled on the floor for some minutes. Soon afterwards the police arrived, and arrested the husband, who gave no explanation of the occurr- ence. INSURANCE CO.'S AND AGENTS. IMPORTANT JUDGMENT. Judge Moss, in a case f rought by G. A. Scoteher, a Holywell tradesman, against the Pearl Insurance Company for tue recovery of k29- 7s. Id., premiums paid on policies that were legally void, has decided thai, tin insurance com- pany is responsible for its agents' misrepresenta- tions, and has given judgment for the plaintiff. The judge found that the company had received the premiums through the reckless misrepre- sentations" of their agents, that two agents had filled up proposal forms in the names of other persons without consulting them, and that one had actually signed another pei son's ntile and witnessed his own signature.

COUSTY POLICE COURT. 9

EMLYN EVANS TESTIMONIAL. *

BOMB IN A FIELD. ----9-

MOTORING TO CHESTER *

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INEW CHESHIRE MAGISTRATES.

MR. YERBURGH & VOLUNTEERS.…