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WORTHEN. f the COUNTY COUNCIL ENQUIRY.—A committee O I oalop County Council, consisting of Mr. J. r d ']Sir' Jones, who presided, Major Heber Percy, Rowland G. Yenables, held an enquiry in Natijnal Schoolroom, Worthen, on Thursday eo as to an application that the parish of „\>\e should be divided into two parishes. Consider interest was taken in the matter, the school? being crowded by farmers and ratepayers to number of quite 200.—Mr. Graham represente applicants, and Mr. F. W. Williams the opp°a0^ —A petition in favour signed by 221 ratepayers the Worthen Ward was presented, and eV1-|j0rg, was given in support by several parish c°nIJcl„^ a r. Whittaker, and others.—On the other u itition signed by 406 ratepayers, mainly ope and Heath Wards, was presented a^a"l^ariBU vision, and Mr. Gwilliam, chairman of the uncil, and others spoke in support of this Tie-niy evidence in favour of the application to show that the great size of the p m?^ acres) rendered attendance a aD<j ti^a'S8 °f the Parish Council inconvenien vote? Councillors from Hope »nd Hea_ Q^et hand,0 Councillors from Worthen.-—On t tendeae ™nesses from Hope and Hea Qf the pa;1 the-v represented a decayinECP QCb decrease w^erf the rateable Vortheu Ward w?' at ^he desire of the enquiry la° SET RID OF POOR ^J^ITS the Chairm a considerable time, and at 0ld report theirlrmouilced tfaat the commit mmendations to the County

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