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tfiE ROYAL VISIT to WALES.

CHIRBURY.

ICARXO.

OSWESTRY.

1WHITTINGTON.

ELLESMERE.

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ELLESMERE. FIELD CLUB. This club has commenced is picnics for the season, and last Saturday a ]ar»-e party went by canal to Whixall Moss, where' a most. enjoyable day was spent.. 0 ALL?. GLADSTONE. Gladstone passed through here at 3-2o p.m. on Thursday. An immense nnm ber of people had assembled at the railway station both platforms being crowded, and hundreds of people were unable to gain admission to the station On the train drawing up to rhe platform the ilt1 mense crowd set np a great cheer, which wa repeated again and again, to which the ri2'ht hon gentleman bowed his acknowledgement 11^ H o< HarforJ H««. -T IMi.l,, H Inspector Edwards. a^eai CHORAL FESTIVAL.—A choml 1 in Mary's Umrcl, on l^Sdav Z ,T clu.irs taking pan—Ellesmere Cr-frV't It 'Dfi Whixall, Wem, Prees, and Wpi.) Daa,eston> number of voices being nearly' was preached by Re^Mr "T conductor of the choir wao r w e (Rural Dean). The w T G" on,] iL large church was well filled. a 1 ato0ct.iei the singing was very cood a*d the conductor^ T.j £ twn was made at the close of the service.