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PHOTOGRAPHIC LECTURE -At the Gros- venor Museum on Friday evening Mr. J. W. Eadie (of Kodak Ltd.) lectured before the photographic section on the subject of Photographic possibili- ties." The lecture was beautifully illustrated by means of lantern slides, and a select collection of pictorial prints. Mr. J. Bairstow presided over a good attendance. KICKED BY A HORSE.Joseph Shone, a farm labourer, of Guildcn Sutton, was on Thursday admitted to Chester Infirmary suffer- ing from a severe fracture of the leg, sustained by a kick from a horse in a stable in Milton- street. Shone had just brought a load of stfaw into the town, aind having unharnessed his two horses, was preparing their food when one of the animals lashed out and kicked him severely on the right leg.

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