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PULFORD.

- FLINT.

CHRISTLETON,

. FRODSHAM.

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FRODSHAM. Deïl-aF JJíOePELt:T!hOn Wednesda.Y. at the oeara ifaw Motel, Froasha.m, Messrs. Churton, iuphick and Co. put up for sale by public auction the freehold dwelling house and shop known as Nangreaves," with the outbuildings, yard, and garden, situate in Main-street, and comprising a total area of 1,344 square yards. The first bid was £ 400, and the property was ultimately knocked down to Mr. George Charles ¡ Jones, of Frodfiham, for X620. Messrs. Brown and Dobie, of Chester, acted as solicitors to the Vendor. INSPECTION IN RELIGIOUS KNOWLEDGE.— The following is from the report of the recent inspection in religious knowledgeFrodsham Endowed School: The school gives proof of the same careful teaching as in former years, and has passed a very satisfactorv examination. The answering was ready and intelligent. Catechism and repetition were correctly and weii saia, and. TNO order of the BCXLOOI W&S very good. Present 246, average 229. Five Crosses Infant School: The school is doing exceedingly well under the new mistress. The order is excellent, and the answering in both groups was well diffused, bright, and ready. Catechism and repetition were nicely and carefully said." Present 88, average 82. EXHIBITION or WORK AT GIRLS' SCHOOL.— On Wednesday afternoon the children attend- ing the National Girls' School (Miss Roberts headmistress) held an exhibition and sale of work done during the year in the schoolroom, consisting of articles of needlework, knitting, &c. There was a good attendance of parents and friends, including Mrs. Blogg, Mr. John Crosfield, Miss Ashley, Miss Violet1 Hayes, &c., and great interest was manifested in the intelligence and cleverness of the girls, who were seen doing the actual work shown. Drills and recitations were taken, and subsequently Mrs. Blogg distributed beautiful prizes, gifts of Miss Violet Hayes, to 70 children for regular attendance. Three girliJ who received prizes had not been absent once during two years, 18 had not missed during one year, and the others had been absent less than 20 times in the twelve months. Tea was provided for the girls.

HELSBY.

ROSSETT.

. ASHTON HAYES.

GREAT BUTTON.

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