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COURANT Office, Tuesday Evening.

DUKE OF WESTMINSTER'S MUNIFICENCE.

THE SOUTH AFRICAN WAR.

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LETTER FROM LORD ARTHUR GROSVENOR.

FRODSHAM.

ELECTION RESULTS. +

UNIONIST VICTORY AT ALTRINCHAM.

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CHESTER DAIRY SHOW. 0

HANDSOME GIFT TO BALA. 0

CHESHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS.…

UPTON.

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UPTON. BACK TO THE FRONT.—On Wednesday Mr. Jno. Wright (14th Hussars), an Uptonian, who has been enjoying a well-earned furlough after fighting for some months in South Africa, returned to Ireland to join his regiment. In about a fortnight he sails again for South Africa. THE READING Room.-On Tuesday night the reading room was opened for the winter season. There was a good attendance of young men. Messrs. H. Williams, R. Jones, F. Darlington, Lockley, J. Hignett, and J. Evans were appointed Committee of Management. The Rev. W. Sparling was chosen treasurer, and Messrs. Hignett and Evans joint secretaries.

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CITY POLICE COURT. ♦

TARPORLEY.

. MOLD.

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--LIVERPOOL CORN,

UELSBY.

"THE HAPPIEST MAN IN ENGLAND."