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LOCAL GOVERNMENT JOTTINGS.…

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ROSSETT.

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IFRODSHAM.

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-+ ELLESMEKE PORT. ACCIDENT.—On Friday evening a man named James Garner, employed as an engine driver at Messrs. Burnell's galvanizing works, met with rather a serious accident. He was engaged oiling the shafting, and somehow ho slipped and fell to the ground, a distance of about 20 feet, knocking himself badly as he fell. Garner was at once re- moved bome and professional aid CAIISJ in. It was foupd no bones wore broken, but he was suffering severely from bruises and shock. He is now pro- gressing favourably. HOSPITAL SUNDAY On Sunday special sermons were preached in the Parish Churoh, and collections made in aid of Chester Infirmary. At the morning service the Vicar (tho Rev. O. E. Rice) preached, while at night the preacher was the Rev. W. Bidlake, of Christ Church, Crewe, and formerly vicar of Ellesmere Port. At the evening service the church was packed to its utmost limit, and the amount realised for the Infirmary will be a very satisfactory one.

NESTON,

. HAWARDEN.

WREXHAM

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