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WREXHAM.I

CONN AH S QUAY & SHOTTON.

[ MALPAS. I

NORTHWICH. I

LADY MOSTYN & TALACRE SCHOOL…

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I LITTLE SUTTON.

FRODSHAM.I

IELLESMERE PORT & WHITBY.

v IQUEEN'S FERRY.

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IA HESWALL DISCOVERY.I A————

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EATON POLO WEEK. A

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LORD ROSEBERY REVOLTS. A

CONNAH QUAY'S SHIPPING. ——4

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I STAPLEFORD.

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I STAPLEFORD. CHOIR EXCURSION.—On Tuesday the Primitive Methodist choir went for their an- nual excursion, visiting Liverpool and New Brighton. Leaving the chapel shortly before 8 o'clock, the party went by road to Chester, and travelled via Birkenhead and Liverpool Landing-stage, reaching their detitination in good time. Tho weather was excellent, and a very pleasant day was passed. Mr. J. Lee superintended the ariangenients in a satisfac- tory mannor. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES.—On Sunday special anniversary services were held in the Primitive Methodist Chapel, whcin sermons were preaclied by Mr. and Mrs. Jeppon, of Chester. Mrs. Jepaon ocoi:pie<l the pulpit in the afternoon, and preached an eloquent ser. mon from I-kb iv., 16, "Let uo iharcfone come boldly unto the throne of Grace," etc. At night Mr. Jepson preach* d. A opecdal salee tion of hymns weae well r>e:i.d< i .-xl by the choir, under the leadership of Mr. James Lee, Miss Alioe Woodcock presidod at the organ. The cl was full on Both occasions, and oodleo tions were taken on behalf of the trust funds. ——————— A ———————

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I FIRE AT KINNERTON.I

MOTHERHOOD AT FLINT.I

FLINTSHIRE COUNCIL AND OVERSEERS.…

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