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MOCHDRE.

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MAESBURY.

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ELLESMERE.

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ELLESMERE. THE VOLUNTEERS.—-PRESENTATION TO PRIVATE A BATE.—On Saturday, after parade, Captain R. E. Lloyd called Private A. Bate to the front and pre- sented him with the bronze medal given by the County Association, and which Private Bate had won at Newcastle-under-Lyne, being the recruits' prize for the county for 1896. Captain Lloyd said he had much pleasure in presenting him with the medal, and hoped this would be the' forerunner of many medals and cups which he would bring to Ellesmere. He heartily congratulated him on his success. Private Bate has only been a Volunteer for about two months, and at the Newcastle meet- ing he made 45 points out of a possible 50. He intends going to Bisley this year to shoot for the Recruit's and Queen's prizes.

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LLANFAIR.

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