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THE WAR. ---+--

,ZULUS DEFEAT BOERS.

HINDON SURRENDERS.

THE CHESHIRE SERVICE COMPANY.

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SPAIN'S KING CROWNED. -----+---

IIOOLE CHURCH VESTRY.

A HOLIDAY BREAKDOWN. --+----

,THE ROYAL VISIT TO WALES.…

OYSTER CULTURE IN NORTH WALES

TROUT FISHING.! «.

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THE LATE COLONEL MILLER. .

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IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. ——♦

AUCTJOX SAXRS. +

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AUCTJOX SAXRS. + VALUE OF PROPERTY AT MIDDLEWICII. On Wednesday Messrs. Cunnah and Roberts, iT Chester, auctioneers, submitted to public auction, at the White Bear Hotel. Midd'ewich, a valuable freehold estate, known as the Cross-Lanes Farm, with six cottages and gardens and 82. acres of ex- cellent land, situated in the townships of Leese and Rudheath, in the parishes of Middlewich and Davenham. The Cross-Lanes Farm. containing in the whole 68a. 2r, lip., was first offered, the bid- ding starting at £ 2,000, but rapidly rose to £3,500, at which figure Mr. John Ford. Cranage, Middle- wich, was declared the buyer. The six cottages, garden and field, containing in the whole 7a. ir. 7p., was, after keen competition, knocked down to Mr. Devenport, Wimsboldsley, Middle- wich, for £750. and a valuab'e accommodation field, near the church, eventually fell to the bid of Mr. Maddocks, Higher Farm, Bayley, at. JE380. The attendance was a large and influential one. and the bidding most spirited, the sale being a great success. Mr. H. S. Whallev, of Chester, was the surveyor, while Mr. James J. Booth, 53, John William-sti eet, Huddersfield, acted as solicitor to the vendors. A HOLYWELL HOTEL. On Wednesday Messrs. Churton, Elphick and Co. offered for public sale at Holywell the fullv-beensed hotel known as "The King's Head." The property was put up at .€1,500, and was withdrawn at £ 2,400, it now remaining in the hands of the auctioneers for sale by private treaty. VALUE OF LAND IN FLINTSHIRE. On Wednesday, at the Black Lion Hotel, Mold, Messrs. Churton, Elphick and Co. put up for sale by auction two lots of freehold land lying near Mold and Soughton. There was an excellent attendance, and competition was very keen. Lot 1 comprised five fields in old pasture, situated on the west side of Llwvnegrin Hall, close to Mold, and extending in the whole to 21 h acres. The first bid was £ 800, and the property was ultimately knocked down to Mr. J. B. Marston, solicitor, for £ 1,030. A field in old pasture known as "Jacob's Piece," situate at Soughton, with an area of 2a. lr. 20p., and let at a yearly rent of £ 4, fell to the bid of Mr. John Williams, of Soughton, at £100. Messrs. Indermaur and Brown, of London, acted as solicitors to the vendors.

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,-CHARGE AGAINST A CHESTER…

FOOTBALL. —+---

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