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- 156 YEARS AGO. --+---

LOCAL GOVERNMENT JOTTINGS.…

BUCKLEY URBAN.

CONNAH'S (JUAY URBAN.

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NEW BOOKS. —-<.——

FATALITY AT SHorrTON.

LARGEST TURBINE LINER. .

MR. CHAMBERLAIN AT BRISTOL.…

PRIMROSE LEAGUE BALL. »—.—

CHESTER CYCLING CLUB. — *

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CHESTER CYCLING CLUB. — ANNUAL DINNER. This annual socia! event took place at the club's headquarters, the Bull and Stiirup Hotel, on Tuesday evening, when Mr. J. Brickland pre- sided over a representative gathering of members and friends.—After an excellent repast the Chair- man. proposed the toast of "The King nd Royal Family," which was enthusiastically received by the company. After a song by Mr. P. Norman, "The Chester Cycling Club" was proposed by Mr. A. Pawlowski (Liverpool) in eulogistic terms, and Mr. Geo. Hayman responded. Mr. J. Bunco next entertained the company with one of his inimitable comic songs, and was loudly applauded. Tho Chairman, in distributing the prizes won by tho successful competitors during the past season, remarked on the beautiful challenge bowl pre- sented to the club by Mr. Robt. Yerburgh, M.P., 8.nd which has been competed for under varying conditions and on different racing tracks for several years. Among notable holders of the trophy may be mentioned Messrs. J. J. P. Gal- way H. Sherry, J. Lunt. Leete. J. Benyon (world's champ-on), C. A. Oowie, A. Watson, J. Richards, C. Evans, and the present holder, T. R. Hulmston. The following is a list of prize- winners :—Yerburgh Challenge Bowl competi- tion: 1, T. R. Hulmston. gold medal; 2, P. Hulmston, gold medal; 3, H. Dunning, silver matchbox. Attendance prizes: 1 (Mr. Bates's prize). J. Cblohan; 2, A. Inns; 3, T. R. Hulms- ton 4, A. Craig; 5 (equal), H. Dunning and H Kelly. The other toasts included "The Prize Donors," proposed by Mr. J Watson; "The Visi- tors," by Mr. J. Nagle; "The Prize-winners," by Mr. Gco. Hayman: "The Chairman," and "The Host and Hostess." by the hon. secretary (Mr. Geo. Boaz). A capital programme was contributed by the foHowing well-known artists: Messrs. W. Davies. P. Norman. S. Sprang. W. Gilbert (con- jurer;. — Billsbrough. J. Bunco and A. Pawlow- ski (Liverpool). Mr. Hepworth accompanied very efficiently, and a most enjoyable evening ter- minated by singing "Auld Lang Sync."

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NESTON.

FLINT.

SAUGHALL.

NORTHOP.

CHOLMONDELEY.

FARNDON AND HOLT.

BACKFORD.

CONNAH'S QUAY & SHOTTON.

FRODSHAM.

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UPTON.

GliESFORD.

LITTLE SUTTON.

INCE.

BUNBURY.

! WINSFORD.

I WHITCHURCH.

WREXHAM.

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