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TEtE SOUTH AFRICAN WAR.

KNOX PRESSING DE WET.i

CAPE COLONY RAID.

CONVOY TRAPPED.

GOODS TRAIN BU RNED. I

GENERAL CoLVJLE'S DEFENCE.…

MOVEMENTS OF GENERALS.

29th IMPERIAL YEOMANRY. I

4TH CHESHIRE CASUALTY.\

CHESHIRE SOLDIER WOUNDED.

WELSH CASUALTY. I - - - ..…

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CHbSHIR? IMPERIALI | YEOMANRY.

BARRACKS ON SALISBURY /1 PLAIN.

RE-OPENING OF CHRIST CHURCH.

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CHESHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS.

I TRIAL OF PRISONERS.

FLINTSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS.…

BOARD SCHOOLS FOR WREXHAM.

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TIIB CHXQCE BANI.-The extraordinary general meeting of the Cheque Bank (Limited), summoned to consider the directors' recom- mendation that the concern be liquidated, was held on Monday in the Cannon-street Hotel. Mr. W. P. Forbes, who- presided, ex- plained the causes which had induced the board to make their proposal- the forgeries passed on the Continent, the oompetition of the Post Office I and ordinary banking houses, and unwarranted attacks, which had brought about a reduction in their balances—and moved that the company be voluntarily wound up. An amend- ment in favour of a compulsory order led to a somewhat acrimonious discussion, but the chairman kept control over the meeting, and the substantive motion was eventually adopted with only a single dissentient. WATEEPRoer GOODS.—Coats in a large variety of styles and patterns, at BRADLEY'S, Foregate- street. None but guaranteed articles sold. PriceB 16111, 21/11, 27/6, etc. Cycle Capes, Leggings, etc.

I BOARDS OF GUARDIANS.

HUNTING. I

I SIR W. W. WYNN'S HOUNDS

ITHE CHINESE NoTE.

LORD ROBERTS'S RETURN.

MR. TOMKINSON AND :COMMERCE.

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