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QUOITS.

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VOLCANIC CATASTROPHE. I

I LIVERPOOL POLICE SCANDAL.

THE YEOMANRY CAMP. j

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OPERATIVE BAKKRS' WAGES.— The agitation by the operati ve bakers of Chester for higher wages | and shorter hours is now amicably settled, the IlwtSter bakers having liberally conceded to their I demands. MAJOR-GENERAL SWAI.VE. All ranks in the North-Western District will part with Major- General Swaine with feelings of regret. General Swaine was long enough in Berlin as Military Attache to become imbued with German ideas of army administration. At Chester it has been his aim to relegate authority as far as possible; in fact, to do in a small way what Mr. Brodrick is anxious, by means of his Army Corps system, to carry out on a much larger scale. In the North-Western District the best results have ensued from decentralisation. Whether like bene- fits are to be looked for elsewhere when the Army Corps system is finally launched remains to be seen. But General Swaine has undoubtedly led J the way in the direction of a change which has long been needed, and is shortly to be made applicable to the whole of the United Kingdom.—"The World."

WELSH INDUSTRIES ASSOCIATION.…

FLINTSHIRE POLICE COMMITTEE.

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DEATH OF HON. H. HOLBROOK…

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ATHLETIC NEWS.

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