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DEATH OF SIR S. DAVENPORT.

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-GUARDIANS' -EXTRAVAGANCE.-

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CITY-ROAD WESLEY AN P.S.A.—The vice-president acted as chairma.n on Sunday, the attendance of members being somewhat moderate owing to the very hot weather. A suggestive address was given by the president on the subject of Some Life Lessons." As soloist Miss Lily Hughes was listened to with much Appreciation in the sacred pieces, A voice that bids me come and Sun of my soul." Mr. Newns read the lesson, while Mr. B. Meadows offered prayer. The organist and choirmaster were Messrs. R. Butterworth and G. Jones respectively. AN ANTI-VACCINIST.—At the City Police Court on Monday, before Mr. John Thompson and Mr. B. C. Roberts, John Henry Forrest, St. John's-terrace. Garden-lane, applied for a certi- ficate exempting his child from vaccination. He said he conscientiously believed that it would be prejudicial to the health of his child.—The Chairman Is it your first child ?—Applicant: Yes.—The Chairman Have you any experience of other children ?-Yes, my sister's child.-The Chairman Did something go wrong with it ?—It suffered very much.—The Chairman: It is a ques- tion whether vaccination does not do good in the long run.—The application was granted.

LOCAL & GENERAL NOTES.

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