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TO CONTEST CARDIFF.

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THE BELFAST SETTLEMENT.

- - - -CUB HUNTING.

WOOLWICH DISCHARGES. I

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SIR H. DE TRAFFORD'S AFFAIRS.…

PROPOSED DENBIGHSHIRE SANATORIUM.

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BY PRIVATE TREATY.-The Wiglanda Farm, Malpas, recently withdrawn at public auction, has been sold privately by Messrs. W. H. Nightingale and Son. The vendors' solicitors were Messrs. Royle and Reynolds, Chester. WELSH TEACHERS' SALARIES.-At a meeting of the Finance Committee of the Merionethshire County Council held on Wed- nesday at Barmouth, Mr. I-b.'iyn Jones pre- siding, the matter of the salaries of non-provided school teachers, which has been raked in Parlia- ment, was discussed. The present situation having been oxplained by Mr. Osmond Williams, the Liberal member for the county, the meeting unanimously expressed itself in favour of adher- ing to the resolution of the local authority, ba^ed on the principal of no control, no rate aid." and of letting he Board of Education take its own course. Ono member of the committee said that the managers of the non-provided school in 11irj district had paid the salaries of the teachers and were taking steps to recover. the amount.

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SMALL HOLDINGS IN SUFFOLK.…

MALPAS DISTRICT COUNCIL.

I BR0UGHT0N PETTY SESSIONS.I…

CHESTER COACHMAN DROWNED.…

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CITY POLICE COURT.

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EATON POLO WEEK. A

MARKETS AND FAIRS. 0

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