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ELLESMERE PORT & WHITBY.

CONNAH'S QUAY & SHOTTON. !

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FRODSHAM.I

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BROUGHTON. I

NORTHOP HALL, I

HESWALL.I

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BRONCHIAI, CKTARRII I

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LIVERPOOL AND NORTH WALES.—As will be seen from our advertising columns the regular daily sailings are announced for this service. On Saturday, the 16th inst., the favourite steamer St. Elvies will make the open- ing trip of the season proper with regular daily sail- ings at 10.45 a.m. from the Prince's Stage for Llandudno, Beaumaris, Bangor, and Menai Bridge, where a stay of about one hour is allowed, and the return journey timed for 3.30 p.m., calling at the above places, and due back in Liverpool about 7.30 p.m. Extra sailings also are announced OUR NEW STORY-The concluding instal- ment of "The Billiard Marker" appears in our columns this week, and next Saturday wo shall commence the publication of a new story of fascinating interest. It is entitled "A Queen of Hearts," by Evelyn Everett-Croon, the author of many successful novels. Miss Everett-Green has a well-deserved reputation for putting before her roac?er3 a happy romance, full of sunshine and a breezy buoyancy that captivates everyone. The heroine. "Queenie Dene," is a real "Queen of Hearts." endowed with all the gifts and graces of the ideal woman, and she is sure to become a favourite with readers. The story has every quality that makos for success in fiction, and should prove as popular as any of tho many excellent stories that have appeared in our columns. CHESTER RACES.—For choice York, Cumberland and Irish Hams, of superior quality, try Thompson, Son and Clemerice, Provision Merchants, 10, Northgate-street, Eastgate-str^ei, and branches.

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CHILDER THORNTON. I

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GRESFORD. !

BURTON (IN WIRRAL).I

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