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FLINT. I BILLIARDS: CONSERVATIVE CLUB HANDICAP —This popular Christinas tmlldlCiLp was brought to a close on Tuesday. rile p:iz, ILS usual, were numerous. George Clews cap! nrud the premier prize after play" ing a consistent game throughout the handicap.Air. J. Ward efficiently discharged the duties of secretary. CHORAL SOCIETY SOIREE. The annual Soiree iM connection with the Flint Choral Society took place in the Town Hall on Tuesday, and was attended by upwards of 120 The affair was a huge success. Vocal music, dancing, parlour games etc were indulged in. Mr Rooms:>n (Chester), the conductor, and the ex- \iavor (Mr. T. W. Hughes) sang a pretty duet, and Mr. Robinson's party weie responsible for a funuy sketch which brought down the house. A hearty vote of thanks was accorded to the Mayor (Major Dyson) for the profound interest he takes in the society He ha* been its president since the society's inception. Mr. Craven supplied the dance music. +

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ANTHRAX AT S Ki A CII. 1

BOARDS OF UUAltDlANS.

A SERGEANTS STORY.

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EDDISBURY PETTY SESSIONS.

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DENBIGHSHIRE EDUCATIO::\ PULICY

SHOCKLACH.

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