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HA WARDEN.

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HA WARDEN. ENTERTAINMENT.—An entertainment, under the auspices of the Hawarden Cricket Club, was given by the Chester Pierrot Troupe at the Gymnasium, on Friday. The programme com- prised songs and dances, and concluded with the farce, The Area Belle." The parts were sustained by Messrs. Joe Brickland, Fred Powell, Frank Hewitt, Will Brickland. Alf Mills, and J. Southard. The troupe was under the direction of Mr. J. Southard, and Mr. J. Edwards was the pianist.

. SHOCKLACH.

. MOLD.

. TARPORLEY.

. WREXHAM.

MALPAS.

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