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RITA BON.

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ALLEGED BURGLARY AT BARROW

DRINK AND PAUPERISM.

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FISCAL CANVASSERS.—A niong the success- ful canvassers in connection with the Daily Mail fiscal poll were the following, who were included in the list of fifty .award s of £ 10 each :—Mr. W. L. A. Gray, Sunnyside, Trevor; Mr. B. L. Mouls- dale, Lake Farm, Gresford Mr. L. Bebbington, Pulford. The first award of £ 1,000 was gained by Mr. C. W. Hole, Stoke Newington. Mr. Hole is a member of the executive and member and former chairman of the central council of the National Union of Teachers' Benevolent and Orphan Fund. In the collection of his S)4,039 voting forms he states that he had the aasista-nce of teacher friends throughout the length and breadth of England, and he proposes to present the ,€1,000 to the Teachers' Benevolent and Orphanage Fund, which according to the last report has paid £ 21,468 in annuities and rendered assistance to 754 orphans, besides granting 105 annuities to masters, mistresses, and widows of masters. The second award of £ 500 went to Mr. J. Stanton, Dublir.

I WHITCHURCH GRAMMAR SCHOOL.

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ATTACK ON GAMEKEEPERS.

ANTHRAX AT S Ki A CII. 1

BOARDS OF UUAltDlANS.

A SERGEANTS STORY.

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BKOXTON PET 1 Y SESSIONS.

FKODSHAM -PETTY SESSIONS,…

EDDISBURY PETTY SESSIONS.

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DENBIGHSHIRE EDUCATIO::\ PULICY

SHOCKLACH.

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