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I ST. GEORGE'S. ) BAND CONTEST.—On Monday a braes band contest took place at St. George's on the Grove gounds. Seven bands competed, and before entering the field they played through the crowded streets. The fol- lowing were the bands that entered:—Hanley Town, Silverdale Temperance, Wellenhall Temperance, Wednesbury Temperance, Onward Temperance, West Houghton, and The Rock. The contest piece was "Marino Falerio" (Donnizetti), which was played with good taste by all the bands. The first prize was awarded to West Houghton Band; the second to Hanley; the third to Willenhall; and the fourth to Wednesbury. Mr G. Haines was the judge.

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THE CHOLERA.