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PEACE PROSPECTS.

CHESTER CATHEDRAL.

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CITY POLICE COURT.

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VOLUNTEERS' HOME-COMING. —+

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VOLUNTEERS' HOME-COMING. — + PREPARATIONS AT CHESTER. About 5.20 last (Tuesday) evening, the second Special Service Company of Cheshire Volunteers were expected to arrive in the city from South Africa. Preparations had been made to give them a fitting reception. Col. Smith and the members of the 2nd (Earl of Chester's) Volunteer Battalion Cheshire Regiment were to meet them at the station, and escort them to the Town Hall, where the Mayor (Mr. Jas. G. Frost) had arranged to welcome and entertain the gallant company at dinner. Major-General Hallam Parr, commanding the North-Western Division, his aide-de-camp, Col. Courtenay, from Watergate House, Col. Ommanney, commanding the 22nd Regimental District, and two other officers from the Castle, representatives of the different volunteer companies in Cheshire, also a number of the leading citizens had been invited to be present to welcome the men. The men departed for South Africa some 15 months ago, under the command of Captain Abercrombie, of the G (Sale) Company, with Lieut. Frost, ofthelst (Birkenhead) Battalion, and Lieut. Moir, of the 5th Battalion.

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ALLEGED TRADE SWINDLE. *

DISTRICT COUNCILS. -♦

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AN APRIL NIGHT

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LADY LETTICE QEOSVENOR'S WEDDING.…

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CHESTER INFIRMARY.

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- C.-B. AND THE BOERS.