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FRODSHAM.

ACTON.

HAW »IU)EN ! HA'V \ liDE;\;

FLINT. I

RITA BON.

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NESTON. I

CtflLDEii THORNTON-

I ROSSETT.

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I ROSSETT. I CHRISTMAS TR RE -Throu-h the kindness of the Vicar (the Rev. Frank James) and Mrs. James, the Sunday eohoo! eclioiars were on Tuesday even- ing regaled with a. Christinas tre. which was creatlv cn ioved. SEASONABLE nI-Mr. J. Thorley Sykes has tirs week been (t"trib¡¡tin a quantity of coal among the deserving poor of the neighbourhood The. gifts must prove most acceptable at this in- clement. season. ANTI cnMPRNqATTON CRUSADE -On Tuesday afternoon a temperance conference took place at, Cimvralyn Chapel in o der to discuss the Question relat ns: to the promotion of temperance prnciples. Mr. W. Oilman, on behalf of the members of th=> chapel. "v£' the conference a hearty welcome to Oamvr-dyn ChapeK The Rev. IV. Jones of Chester, presided over a good at- tendance wh en included the Rev. D. G Jones 'Chester). Messrs. Corner Davies (Wrexham) W. n 1mm. Janice Edwards Thomas Parrv. S. Wil- liams. J. Liversage. A. Barker etc.—The Chair- man in openinc" the proceedings referred to thn resolution that dav pissed by the Chester Board of OuaHians calling the c:ty magistrates' atten- tion to tli- excessive number of onblic-houses. He al so a'luded to the great injury which many of the poHicRl dnœ were doint and which ouerht to be eh<*oked.-—Mr. Oh is Ba.ilev read an able paper deahng w;th the "Comrrnsit-on Struggle." argu- lr.r that the liquor trade had no leaii claim, &= had b'-0TI proved in the Inw courts and urging that insurance was th? only ridlt remedy for inscntrify of t?nu;'?. Wh?n ?. lic?'tcc was given to I f; irltv of ??,h,-Ti n g,*vcn to a tl?(-tt p!-ov(?,rtv w,,ts at oneo (rreat'y ?nha.nr?d 'n value; vd. th? ow,,er mad" no adequate return to the pnMic for the monopoly p v?n him. H? much pref0,'rM Sir Wi1frcd Law- son's scheme to compel brewers and others to give compensation to families who hsd been injured hy the sale of intoxicating liquor^. (Applause).—Mr T ) I spoke upon "How best to reach our coal," advocating n.h;bitio'1 :t. the best remedy against the nnpail'ng ev'ls of the drink traffic."—The Pev. D. f? Tonas deprecated what. he termed the "Publicans' Rebef Bill and quoted T/ord Rosebery who had observed "that unless the State contro'l^d the liquor traffio. it would eventually control the State."—Mr. James Edwa,-xl-«. Mr. Gomnr Davies Mr. F. Parry and Mr. Barker also tooV part, in the. proceedings.-—In +1", ev-ning -t public meeting wis held at, Lavister Chapel, presided o,-4,r by Mr Cromar when the ^oil-ow ng resohition, nronrwed by tlio Rev, D. G Jones seconded 1. Mr. D. Macmillan. supported bv Mr Oh.nrles Bail"-v wht unan:mouslv passed: "That inasmuch a= tt.,{' Prime Minister has de- clared. upon behaK of the Government, that it is the.it" ïntpDt-ion to ende-vour to pass in the n-xt, se-s'on of Parl'am^nt. 3. measure designed to de- prive the magistrates of th" full discretion which they now possess in the re-issuing of licences for the sale of intoxicating liquors, th;g meeting pro- fits against such retrograde legislation, and pledges itself to oppose it to the utmost of its powers —During the evening a recitation was given bv Mr. W'Uiam Roberts, and hymns were sung. Miss M. Meredith presided at the organ.

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