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. CHESHIRE TRADES COUNCILSI…

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C0XGLET0X MAY FAIR. I

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FISHING- BOAT DISASTER,I

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CREAM OF THE MAGAZINES. I

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IFREE VACCINATION.

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I FREE VACCINATION. IMKJOR WEBBER'S ATTITUDE. I A GIFT. At Friday's meeting of the Holywell Board Fof Guardians a further letter was read from Major Webber, the Flintshire Chief Constable, who, with members of his family, had been re-vaccinated by the public vaccinator of the Mold district, and who claimed that as a ratepayer he hwl a perfect right; to receive what benefit he could from the rates which he paid. Major Webber stated, in his present letter, he was never asked to pay for the vaccination, and he was advised it was at least doubtful whether a medical officer of health had any right to take a fee for the use of lymph issued to him by the Lccal Government Board as public vaccinator. Major Webber continued—"I cannot offer an unsolicited fee to a puUic vaccinator who mty have a conscientious objection to receive it, and the ladies and gentlemen forming the board of guardians cannot plead for a relief ;t; aid of the rates from me. In order, however, to absolve myself from the burden of haying to think it out any further, I have pleasure in sending the 18s. in question to the guardians, with the request that it may be devoted to the improvement of the fare of the workhouse- inmates on Coronation Day if they think thai" suitable way to dispose of it."

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CHESTERBANKRUPTCY COURT

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