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THIRD SERIES.

LOCAL GOVERNMENT JOTTINGS.

CHESTER SCIENTISTS' EXCURSION.…

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,ASHTON POULTRY FARM. «

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CRICKET. +

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ARMY AND VOLUNTEERS. .

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TARVIN.

ROSSRTT.

BUCKLEY.

PARKGATE.

HOPE.

CLATTERBRIDGE.

STOKE.

GRESFORD.

SHOTTON.

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SHOTTON. STREET NOMENCLATURE.—At Hawarden Rural District Council, on Thursday, a letter was read from Messrs. Evan Morris and Co., Wrexham, solicitors to the trustees of the late Mr. Piercy, stating that they understood that considerable inconvenience had arisen at Shotton owing to the fact that new roads which their clients had constructed had not been named. They were known to them by num- bers, so that as far as they were concerned it was not necessary to name them, but owing to the large number of'houses that had been erected, there had been a good deal of confusfon with -egard to the postal addresses, &c. They had acci.rdingly been asked to get the streets named. Their clients pro- posed to select the names of the new roads from the following: Llewellyn, Merlin, David, Caradoc, Glendower, Tudor, Owen, Cadwaladr, and Madoc- terrace —The Council decided to approve of the proposed christening.

IELLESMERE PORT.

FARNDON.

UPTON.

WORTH ENBURY.

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HAWARDEN.