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PUBLIC TRIBUTES. I ,1 1" ,W?U. A 'T i () I WJ&fcAfc ddNSE&VATIVE A^SOCXATioN- On Thursday afternoon a, mating of r the members dr th«i Wifral .Conservative, Associa- tion was held at the association offices, Bridge- street, Birkenhead, under the chairmanship of Mr. Reginald BushelL In an eloquent speech reciting the known virtues of the dead Queen, the chairman moved the following resolution:- "The members of the Wirral Conservative Association desire to record their profound sorrow at the death of her late Majesty Queen Victoria, and their heartfelt gratitude for her long and glorious reign. They humbly express their sincere sympathy with his Majesty the King, Queen Alexandra, and the Royal Family, and beg leave to assure his Majesty of their loyal devotion to his person and throne."—This was seconded in feeling terms by Mr. Joseph I Hoult, M.P. for Wirral, and supported by I Messrs. G. H. Ball and E. Dibb, and adopted in silence. I REFERENCE AT CONNAH'S QUAY. At the Connah's Quay Petty Sessions on Thursday morning, Mr. J. Watkinson, the presiding magistrate, said he was sure he was expressing the deep feelings of all present when he referred to the calamity which had befallen the nation in the death of our much loved and revered Queen, whose long reign had been more glorious than that of any other British Sovereign. Yet while they joined in sorrow at her loss, they had cause to rejoice that King Edward was a worthy successor. Might the new King long live to reign over them with as much benefit to the country as in the late Queen's reign.

THE ENTOMBMENT.

. THE CITY S -DECOKUM.j

THE QUEEN'S -EXAMPLE.I

ICHESHIRE'S CONDOLENCE AND…

ICHESTER LADY AND THEI .QUEEN.

KING TO HIS PEOPLE. J

YOU CAN PROVE THIS."

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