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FRODSHAM.

ACTON.

HAW »IU)EN ! HA'V \ liDE;\;

FLINT. I

RITA BON.

M ALP AS.

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M ALP AS. POSTAL OFFICIALS' SOCIAL.-On Satur- day the Malpas postal officials held their fourth annual social tea and dance .n tne Jubilee HalL About 80 persons were present during the even- ing. After tea dancing commenced and continued throughout the evening, being interspersed with songs by Messrs. R. Ankers and H. Coffin, while Mr. T. Meroer's Harmonica Baud (und-sr the oon- duotorship of Mr. R. Ankersj gave several selec- tions whidi were woll reoev-Ed. Master F. All- man also eemtributed several instrumental ee-iec- tions. The M.C's. were Messrs. A. Benyon and G. Boughy, whose efforts, nided by Mr. Fletcher's band, gave entire satisfaction. The arrangements were in the capable hands of Mr. J. Baker, hon. secretary, and the proceedings throughout re- flected much credit on all concerned JUVEKILES AND VETERANS ENTER- rlrAlJNijD Last week, through the kind- ness of Mi. and Mrs. Greenshields, the whole of the scholars attend ng the Alport and Infant Schools, together with the old people of the town were entertained at an excellent t.e.1 in the Jubilee Hall. Prior to the tea, the children, who numbered upwards of 300, assembled in the hall and were entertainxl by Professor St. Clair with his sleight of hand tricks, which h.ghiy amused the vcting- peopie and gave them much delight. At the tea Mr. and Mrs. Greenshields and their respected family were present, including Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Walwyn, in honour of whose marriage the treat was given by Mr. and Mrs. Greenshields, and who had returned home cn the prev ous day. After the chiidrcn and old people had partaken of tea, which all appeared to thoroughly enjoy tho teachers and friend?, who I ad kindly assisted, p-,trto,-k of tea together. Later in the eveing Mr. VValwyn entertained the children with his inimi- table songs, etc. At the cloee hearty cheers were ral%d for Mr. and Mrs. Greeiishieids and family for their kindnesses. ■- -+ ——

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