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WESLEYAN CONFERENCE.

A KHYL COMPENSATION CASE.

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DENBIGHSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS.…

LLANGWSTENIN PARISH.

LLANGWSTENIN PARISH COUNCIL.

BETTWSYCOED URBAN COUNCIL.

ABERGELE POLICE COURT.

LITTLE BOY WASTED TO SKIN…

DISTRESSING BURNING'I FATALITY…

WHY ARE HOLIDAYS INJURIOUS?

GAOL OR HUSBANDS SOCIETY?

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G-AKDEN FETE AT COLvVYN BAY.

CANDIDATES FOR HOLY ORDERS.

PROPERTY AT WHITCHURCH.

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PROPERTY AT WHIT- CHURCH. ACCOMMODATION FiELDS REALISE NEARLY JBtOO AN ACRE, At tho Victoria Hotel, Whitchurch (Salop) on Friday last, Messrs Frank Lloyd and Sons, auctioneers, of Wrexham, Crewe and1 Whit- church, conducted an important sale cf jorperty situate in the Prees district. There was a largo cornjKiry prevent, and the bidding was brisk throughout, the results being that every lot was disposed o-f at higldy satisfactory prices, several lots of acecwnmodatian land realising nearly £ 100 per acre. The first lot wag a freehold' accommodation field, containing 2 acres and occupied by Mr Thos. Murray. This was bought by the occu- pier at £ 200. Lot 2, another field of 4 acnes, was purchased) by Mr C. Powell, Prees, for J6550. The third lot was another freehold ac- commodation fiekl fronting Moreton-s-treet, Prees, containing about 2-21 acics. This realised £205. bought by Mr Jipson^ Chester. Lot 4 was a ivvidentiaJ property known as The V ilia, Prees, with outbuildings, etc-, and about 14 aeres of land. This made L1625 and was bought by Mr Joseph Powell. The fifth lot was another fi-eldi of 8J acrcs with entrance to Moreton-street. Mr J. Powell also bought this lot at £545. Lot 6, a residence known as Rose Villa, Precs, occu- pied by Mr J. T. Flodhbn, at £ 25 per annum, fetched 2500, and was bought by Mr Lewis, Prees Green. Ixit, 7 was a small dairy farm known us the Heath Farm, occupied by Mr It. Pureed and containing 23J acres. Mr Butler, of Wem, bought this for £ 800, and also lot S (a field of 85 acres adjoining lot 7) for L400. Mr Griffiths, of Wem, bought lot 9 which was a field of 1' n<Tes. rtin%i, fho priee rpatlaso(i Nva,,? L10,1. 4 Lot. 10 was a freehold pasture fJle'I<IJ in the occu- pation; of Mr R. Purcoll, l aorcs, and this was bought try Mr Simon \Vil!a«ton for £ 150. lot 11, another JWSFCUM fiekl of 5i OCTPB. occupied by- Mr Hy. If itchen made £ 270. and wa» bought by Mr J. Powell. The venders' solicitors were Messrs Lucas amd Salt, of Wem-