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THE BELFAST SETTLEMENT.

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WOOLWICH DISCHARGES. I

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PROPOSED DENBIGHSHIRE SANATORIUM.

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SMALL HOLDINGS IN SUFFOLK.…

MALPAS DISTRICT COUNCIL.

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CITY POLICE COURT.

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FHODSHAM. (See also page 11.) MOTOR-CYCLE AND CAB.On Saturday evening, as Mr. Hairy MorMon. of Kingsk«y, was leaving Main-street, Frodsham. fur home, on his motor-cycle, he had the misfortune to collide with a cab bs,\m.sring to Mr. J. C. Gray, of Frodsham. Mr. Moreton was travelling at confide rabl-e speed up Ma in-street, and the col- lision, which happened at- Church-street corner, iieaultcd in the* motorist being t hrown under the Iiorso s feet, one of the tyres of his machine bursting with a loud explosion. HOMING SOCIETY.This society flow their last raoo of the season from Bath, on Sat. nrday. the distance being 133 miles. Twenty membars sent, 229 birds, 206 of which w-ere club racers. Mr. Linaker complo'ed his long list of sucicesers in thf young bird races by again tak- ing first prize, and was also well up wi-ih another bird, taking third, Messrs. Whitby li ros. dividing the two and taking second, Mr. Lina-ker easily wins tho special prizo of a medal presented by Mr W. G. Linaker for winner of young bird average. THE MARINE'S SAD DEATH.—The funeral of tlbo young marine, Geo. Jones, whoee (Jaath is reported on page 11, took place at Portland Cfrnotory on Saturday afternoon, Mr. George Jones (father) and Mr. Harry Jonas (brother') being present. live coffin,, wrapped in a Union Jack. was convoyed from the Skirmisher to tho pier, where it W3.3 placed on a gun carriage and drawn to the ccmotery by bluejackets, tho bearers consisting of tlie d.ieewxxFs messmates of the Royal Marines. A party at! ended from each of the other ships in tho Channel, there being betweau two and three hundixxl sailors and marines pro- sent. Tho deooased waa a great, favourite on his vessel, and was captain of ono of the small guns. He had sewral times achieved distinc- tion at firing practice, and won prizes for his marksmanship in every competition he entered.