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ELLESMERE. ELLESMERE LADIES' CLLB.-The eighty-sixth anniversary of the above club took place on Wednesday. The members of the club met at the Town Hall at 2.30 p.m., where they formed themselves into a. procession and marched to the church, headed by the Brass Band of the H Company, King's Shropshire Light Infantry. Hundreds of people assembled in the streets to see the procession. The sermon in the church was preached by the Rev. Rossendale Lloyd. The pro- cession, on leaving the church, marched to the Bowling Green, where tea was provided after partaking of which, dancing wa.s indulged in till late in the evening. The sum received as the gate amounted to L32. The club is in a verv flourishing condition, and has invested in the North Staffordshire Railway zC906 3s 6d., and in the Ellesmere Savings Bank X486 16s. 2d. The total receipts for the past year amounted to £ 127 3s. 5d., including donations, and after paying all expenses there remained on hands £ 23 7s. 8d. The success of the jlub is, no doubt due to the energy of the able secretary, Miss Gough, and also l to the stewaidesses James and Mrs. Peake. The sum received at the gate last year amounted to X29 15s. 3d. VOLUNTEER ORDERS. FOR WEEK ENDING SATURDAY, JULY 4TH. Orderly Sergeant for the week, Sergeant C. Davies. Orderly Corporal for the week, Corporal T. Preston. The Company will parade at the Armourv to-day (Saturday) at 7 p.m. Dress, Drill Order. Band to attend. (Signed) R. E. LLOYD, Captain. Commanding H Company.