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--DISASTROUS FIRE.-----I

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----AWFUL MINING DISASTER.

GHASTLY ^TRAGEDY.

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" GLADSTONE DAY." ♦

TERRIBLE BOATING ACCIDENTS.…

CHESTER WOMAN'S WINDFALL.

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SPORTING. I

REDCAR MEETING.

DUNSTALL PARK MEETING.

-------HOOTON PARK RACES.

IWREXHAM RACES.

CRICKET. .

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ENGAGEMENT OF LADY LETTICE…

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ALLEGED SACIIILEGE. ----+---

ITERRIBLE ACCIDENT AT HOLYHEAD…

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THE PIERROTS. .

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TARPORLEY

-------CONNAII S- QUAY.

. FRODSHAM.

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CHESTER STOCK & SHARE LIST…

MARKETS AND F.\ i': S. ----+--

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CHESTER GLEE CLUP--The last "smoker" of the season under the auspices of the Glee Club,. took place at the Oddfellows' Hall on Tuesday night, Mr. W. O. White presiding over a crowded attendance. Mr. E. Robinson, the senior deputy-conductor^ owing to the absence of the conductor through indis- position. was called upon to wield the baton, and under his direction the elnb gave a smart rendering of a number of choice glees, including, "Come, gentle Zephyr," "Hart and hind are in their lair," In a cell or cavern deep," "Comrades in a.rms, "Strike the lyre," and "The image of the rose," the solo in the latter being capitally sung by Mr. W. E. Snelsfjn. A great treat was furnished by the rendering in a highly iinished style of a couple of violin solos by Mr. Rowlands, of Liverpool, who was introduced by Captain Hall, the secretary. His first selection, "Gipsy Dance," was sufficient to. rouse the enthusiasm of the audience, and in response to a vociferous encore he contributed a Cradle song," touching in its beautiful simplicity, which quite captivated his hearers. Mr. Rowlands was also encored for his second solo, in which he dis- played marvellously tine technique. He was accom- panied on the piano by Mr. G. H. Allen, oi East- ham, who also delighted tho audience with his selection of comic songs, which included, Dolly Grey, "So was I," and as enwres "Ballysaoney Conversazione," and "Why did I leave my little backroom." Mr. A. M. Proctsor, who wzii 'it filao voice, gave Thou'rt passing hence," responding to an encore with the always-popular" Yroman's Wedding Mr. H. C. Houghton sang with good taste Only once more," while Mr. Robinson, after being encored for "The laird's fling," iresponded with the humorous song "The jolly anglers." Before the proceedings closed the president (Mr. W. O. White) thanked the members for their support during the year, and incidentally referred to the fact that an early river trip was in contem- plation. Mr. R. Butteivvorth presided at the piano with his accustomed skill, and the concert wound up with the glee "lo our next merry meeting," Auld lang syne," and the National Anthem. CAU I ION.—How TO TEST THIS PURITY OF COCOAS.-If.treata,d with alkali and chemicals,. each cocoas will have a medicinal scent when tUa, tin is opened, and it will be a darker colour whan in liquor. CARBURY'S Cocoa has no addition of any kind, and is rjuaranteed absolutely pure. 4 Printed and published for and on behalf of the ChesbirO and North Wales Newspaper Company, Limited, br JAMES ALBERT BIRCHALL, at the Chestw Couraflt Office, 8, Bridge-street, in the City of Caster.—- WBDSESSAY, May 21,1902,