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THIS DAY'S TELEGRAMS.

THE SOUTH AFRICAN WAR.

POWERS AND CHINA. «

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A BUILDER AND HIS CONTRACT…

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A BUILDER AND HIS CONTRACT WITH CHESTER UNION. 0 At the fortnightly meeting of the Chester Board of Guardians, yesterday (Tuesday) morning, when Mr. J. Pover presided, a letter was received from Messrs. McLellan Bros., Chester, asking to be relieved of their contract with the Board for building a ohildren's home at Saughall, on the ground that they had other work in hand in addition to the other contract with the Board to erect a Central Home in connection with the same scheme. A long discussion took place as to why Messrs. McLellan should be relieved of one con- tract and allowed to retain the other, several arguing that such a course would be unfair to other firms who tendered and had their figures published in the newspapers.—It was decided that the clerk should write to the firm in ques- tion informing them that if they were un- willing to undertake both contracts the Board would require them to be relieved of both. Messrs. McLellan's reply to the communication will be the basis of the Board's decision at the next meeting.

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DUKE OF WESTMINSTER'S RETURN.

ANOTHER CHOLMONDELEY FIRE.…

HARTHILL.

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MISFORTUNES OF AN M.P.I »

| — AN ANCIENT CHESHIRE COURT.…

WHITCHURCH BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

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SIR J. BRUNNER AND THE WAR.…

AUCTION SALES. -0

REMOVAL OF INFECTIOUS PATIENTS.

THE CREWE ELECTION.

GRAVE CHARGES AGAINST A YOUTH.…

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HA WARDEN.

. SHOCKLACH.

. MOLD.

. TARPORLEY.

. WREXHAM.

MALPAS.

■ -1 Chester Stock attj £…

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