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CHESHIREI COUNTY COUNCILLOR…

THE IMPERIAL YEOMANRY. I

NATIONAL AGRICULTURALI UNION.

WHIST.

BILLIARDS.-I

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TABLEAUX AND CONCERT AT WYNNSTAY.

AUCTION SALES.

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AUCTION SALES. PROPERTY AT WREXHAM. On Monday Messrs. Frank Lloyd and Sons con- ducted a property sale at the Wynnstay Arms Hotel, Wrex h ?rat y sale at the Wynj u t? y Arm. Hotel, Wrexham, when successful business re- suited. Lot 1 comprised the building known as the British School. The site contained 1,089 yards. Bidding started at L800, and at Ll,250 the auctioneer (Mr. Capper) declared it an open sale. Interest in the issue was aroused, and the property was ultimately knocked down at £1,460 to Mr. W. Wynn-Evans, solicitor. Lots 2, 3 and 4 consisted of a blacksmith's shop, six cottages and another shop, situate on the opposite side of the street to Lot 1. These were offered alto- gether, and were started at 28W. When £ 1,100 was reached the property was declared to be in the market, and it finally fell to the bid of;61,200 from Messrs. G. Bate and Son, brewers. Mr. Thos. Bury, Wrexham, acted as solicitor in both cases.

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CHESTER TEMPERANCE I SOCIETY.

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FREEMASONRY IN NESTON.I

WIRRAL DISTRICT COUNCIL AND…

DEATH OF CAPTAIN JAMES COPPACK.

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CITY POLICE COURT. -I

DEATH OF MR. -J. G. CHURTON.

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TRAVELLING WITHOUT A TICKET.

THE COMING CENSUS. I

DISTRICT COUNCILS.I

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ITERRIBLE EXPLOSION.1

DODLESTON.I

BROUGHTON.I

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BUCKLEY. I

ISANDYCROFT.

CONNAH'S QUAY.

HESWALL.

ELLESMERE PORT.-

LATEST MARKETS AND FAIRS.

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