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ESPEilARTISTS' CONGRESS.

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ESPEilARTISTS' CONGRESS. « A VISIT TO CHESTER. The third Universal Congress of Esperantists took place at Cambridge this week, when delegates assemble from all quarters of the globe. The Chester Esperanto Society were repre- sented by Mr. and Mrs. F. Perry and Mr. D. E. Oliver. After Congress, which lasts five days, a series of excursions has been arranged. About 150 of the foreign delegates are expected to visit Chester on Friday, August 23rd, for three hours, after which they will join the special saloon train for Llandudno and Bettws-y-Coed. Arrangements are being made with Mr. Gardner for three special cars to convey the Esperantists from the station to points of interest in the city. They will be met at the station by Mr. Jas. McKmlay, the president of Chester Society, Mr. :md Mrs. F. Perry (local consul), Pastor Bage, Mr. D. E. Oliver, and Mr. Robt. Jackson (secretary), who will act as conductors to the party along with other friends. Mrs. Perry has written a short historical and descriptive account in Esperanto of the city, which has been printed for distribution to the visitors.