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.THROWING AT TRAINS. I

I WIRRAL EDUCATION MATTERS.I

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CHRISTMAS PRESENTS—Stilton "Cheese, r::pe and blue. York and Cumberland Hams in primo condition —Thompson, Son and C'emence, 10, Northgat,"tre-t. 17. Eastgato-straet, 16, Fore- gate-strcet. and 1, Market Hall. PAINFUL CHESTER CASE—At Chester Police Court, on Monday, on the application of Mr. Morgan. George Fai re lough, wardrobe dealer. Watergate Row, was granted a separation order against his wife, the sum that he should pay to- wards her maintenance being fixed at 7s. 6d. a week The ground of t-he application .was that defendant was an habitual drunkard. NEW HALKYN MINES. LIMITED.—The second ordinary general meeting of the shareholders of the New Halkyn Mines, Limited, was held at the Queen Hotel, Chester, on Monday. Mr. Thos. Parry (Mold) presided, and there was a good attendance. The directors in their first report said the mining areas and mines, together with the shafts, plant and machinery taken over from the vendors were found in good order and equal in all respects to what they had been represented. The main expenditure of the company had been upon the branch drainage tunnel. being driven under contract by the Halkyn Mining Co., Ltd. It would be seen from the reports of the managing directors, Capt. Powell, Capt. J. L Francis and Capt. Harper, that this tunnel (though still some distance from where the catch lode might be expected) had intersected several small joints in ground of a most promising character. The Board considered thus an encouraging confirmation of the policy of the company. They were advised that they were fully justified in expecting some good result from the proposed exploration of the liest joint referred to in the report. The directors were pleased to be able thus to meet the shareholders at the end of the first year's working with such hopeful indications in the company's chief enterprise. In accordance with the articles of association, the whole of the directors (Messrs. Thos Parry, Thos. Owen. Henry Blower, Thos. Dilworth, Thos. Glover. John Hammond, John Lloyd, W. M. Roberts and E. Noel Huyiphreys) retired. and were eligibleior re-election. Messrs. Wakefield. Dodd and Thornely, the auditors, also retired, and offered themselves for re-appointment. The report was adopted, and the directors and auditors re-appomted.

ISKETCH OF HIS CAKEER.

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l LOCAL NEWS. I

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ROSSETT. I

I FKODSHAM.

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HAWARDEN KEEPER FOUND DEAD.

LYMM CHAMPION. -

HAWARDEN PETTY SESSIONS.

CHESTER BILLIARD LEAGUE. j

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MR. MOND'S RECORD.)

CHRISTMAS CATTLE SALE AT I…

CHESHIRE COUNTY BALL. I

FAMOUS CHESHIRE COLOURS. +——

|LITTLE SUTTON. I

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-iBUNBURY.

I HESWALL.I

MARKETS AND FAIRS. I

CONNAH'S QUAY & SHOTTON.

NESTON.

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