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.THROWING AT TRAINS. I

I WIRRAL EDUCATION MATTERS.I

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ISKETCH OF HIS CAKEER.

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l LOCAL NEWS. I

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i.—♦ -BURTON.-

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.— ♦ BURTON. BURNING FATALITY.—On Thursday a oh Id named Thomas Janiias Swift, aged six, the son of a farm labourer, living a.t Burton, died flrom the effects of burns received on Tuesday. It appears that on Tuesday morning the child's mother left him alone in the house, and in his bedroom, where he was dressing himself, there was a lighted candle. On returning to the house Mlrs. Swift saw the boy running into the road, the sleeve of his shirt being in flames. She at once extinguished the fire with her skirt, but despite the prompt attention of Dr. Yeoman, of Neston, the child succumbed as stated. An inquest well be held.

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.

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MARKETS AND FAIRS. I

CONNAH'S QUAY & SHOTTON.

NESTON.

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