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THE SOUTH AFRICAN WAR.

CHESTER CONSTABLE DANGEROUSLY…

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DEATH OF MK. C. W. DUTTON.…

CHESTER PAINTER AND THEI WIDOW.

VOLUNTEER MOVEMENT ATI CONNAH'S…

I CONNAH'S QUAY.

BAD ROADS AT ELLESMERE PORT.…

INTERESTING LICENSING CASE…

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"LABBY IN OUR ABBEY." I

HAWARDEN PETTY SESSIONS. I

I -CHESTER CATHEDRAL.

ILIGHTING-UP TABLE.

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LITERARY -NOTICES. I

TATTENHALL.

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PULFORD.

ISHOTWICK.

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TARPORLEY.

iELLESMERE PORT.

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QUEEN'S FERRY.

MOLD.

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SAUGHALL. T, -a 1-1..1.. SAiiNTS' Cll Li KCll.-On Friday the Town Hall was a scene of excitement and pleasure. The occasion was the annual treat given to the children of the Sunday school and Children's Guild in connection with All Saints' Church. Nearly 70 children sat down to a substantial tea, after which the folding doors were thrown open, dis- closing a large Christmas tree ablaze with light, and laden with gifts. There was a present for everyone, thanks to the generosity of the Hon. Mrs. Trelawny and Mrs. Kellock. Hearty cheers were given for the vicar and Mrs. White, Mrs. Trelawny and Mrs. Kellock, and all the ladies who so kindly assisted in dispensing the good things. Miss Cornelius also received an ovation for her kindness in providing a bag of sweets for every one. As they went home at the conclusion of a very pleasant evening, each child received an orange and a bun. The following children also received prizes for good attendance at Sunday school:—Cissie Norton, Emily Griffiths, Eleanor Norton, Fred Harrison, James Harrison and Harry Griffiths.

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