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- 156 YEARS AGO.

LOCAL GOVERNMENT JOTTINGS.…

SUFFERINGS OF RAILWAY MEN.…

SULPHOLINE SKIN LOTION.

ILITERARY NOTICES.

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THE DECEMBER MAGAZINES.

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-+- SAUGHALL. JUMBLE SALE.—On Wednesday afternoon a jumble sale was held in the Town Hall, the pro- ceeds being in aid of the organ fund of All Saints' Church. A brisk sale was carried on, and a very handsome amount, was realised. TEMPERANCE MEETING. Last week, in spite of the bad weather, a large audience assembled in the Town Hall, Mr. C. Vickers occupying the chair. An address was given by Mr. Davidson, and the fact of his having at one time kept one of the village inns lent additional interest to his remarks. Mr. Davidson laid great stress on the immense amount of money spent annually in intoxicating drinks and the effect of alcohol in causing poverty, crime, and insanity. A miscellaneous programme of songs, recitations, and gramaphone selections was then gone through, and a hearty vote of thanks to the chairman, speaker and artists concluded a very interesting meeting.

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WREXHAM.J

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HESWALL.

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