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THE CHRISTMAS SHOW. I

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AMATEUR THEATRICALS AT CHESTER.

| JAPAN TO-DAY.

NATURAL HISTORY NOTES.I

THE PASSING SEASON. I

I PRICE OF CHESHIRE DAIRY…

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WARRINGTON AGRICULTURAL I…

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WARRINGTON AGRICULTURAL I SOCIETY. Sir Gilbert Greenall presided over the annual meeting of the Warrington and District Agri- cultural Society on Tuesday. The report shewed that notwithstanding the large number of entries and high character of the last show there was a lews on the year's working. The deficit, how- ever, had been made up by a special donation by the president. The question of the extension of the society's district, the report continued, would have to bo seriously considered. The twelve miles radius round Warrington did not extend sufficiently into the cheese, butter, and hunter districts of Cheshire, and it was therefore pro- posed to increase the size to 16 miles in Cheshire, exoept that part lying east of the railway from Broadheath to Manchester and north of the rail- way from Broadheath to Stockport. The report was adopted. Sir Gilbert Greenall was re-elected president, and it was decided to ask Lord Lilford to become vice-president. A discussion took place on the question of the extension of the district, and it was pointed out that if this were decided it would enable certain champion breeders to come in and sweep the decks. It was also oontonded that the part of Cheshire it was in- tended to include was already covered by the Altrindham, Middlewich, Mid-Cheshire, Wirral and Birkenhead, and Shropshire shows. Eventually the meeting decided against extending the boundary by a large majority.

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UNKNOWN FACTS ABOUT ICURRANTS.…

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ROYAL ROCK BEAGLE HUNT.I

I ATTACK ON THE " OBSERVER.'

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I DRAUGHTS.

COUNTY POLICE COURT. I

HOCKEY.

IA CHESHIRE ACTION.

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