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/UfNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF THE.GOVERNORS OF CHESTER INFIRMARY.

/UfNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF THE.GOVERNORS OF CHESTER INFIRMARY.

/UfNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF THE GOVERNORS OF CHESTER INFIRMARY. The general annual meeting of the governors of the above institution was held iv the Board-room of the luiirmary oa Monday at noon. In the absence of the president (the Bishop of Chester, who wrote stating that a meet
29 January 1870 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
WHITCHURCH.

WHITCHURCH.

PETTY SESSIONS, Friday. — Before Thomas H. Sandford, Esq. (chairman), and Robert P. Ethel- ston, Esq. Refusiny to Quit. — William Eaton, of Plassey Farm, Halghton, Flintshire, was charged with being drunk and refusing to quit the Lamb Inn in Whitchurch, on the Bth instant, to wh
29 January 1870 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Printed und Publiahed hy Edw \kd P-rkujhon at tbe " Chsahir ObMrrer" Offlce, 39. Ea_t«_»e Bow (North), in tbe Paris*

Printed und Publiahed hy Edw \kd P-rkujhon at tbe " Chsahir ObMrrer" Offlce, 39. Ea_t«_»e Bow (North), in tbe Paris*

o. SI Oawald' j, ia the City and County of ( heater. fUxuaDAT, Jaauary 39, ISTtt
29 January 1870 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
EAILWAY TSAFFIG

EAILWAY TSAFFIG

tor the Week ending September 8, with the Corresponding Week of lost rear. 1878 1877. London and North-Western... £193,947 0 0... £193,587 0 0 *. _
14 September 1878 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
WHITCHURCH.

WHITCHURCH.

The Volunteers. — The sum of £20 has been genercusly given by Colonel Lovett, honorary colonel of the 2nd br.ttalion of Shropshire Volunteers, to be shot for by, the members of the battalion. The compe- tition will take place on Tuesday next on the Hencote range, at Shrewsbury,
14 September 1878 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

CHESTER. The Marchioness of Ormonde and Lord A. Grosvenor have left Kilkenny Castle for Eaton Hall, Chester. The Marquis of Ormonde has left the Castle for Bally- knookane Lodge, and Lord Arthur Butler for Bandon Castle. Chbstbb Infibmaby. — At a meeting of clergymen and ministe
14 September 1878 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
(ANOTHER FEARFUL COLLIERY.DISASTER.

(ANOTHER FEARFUL COLLIERY.DISASTER.

( ANOTHER FEARFUL COLLIERY DISASTER. Probably th* most terrible colliery explosion that ever occurred in Sooth Wale* took place shortly after noon on Wednesday at the Old Abercarn* Pit, belong- ing to the Ebbw Yale Coal and Iron Company, at Abercarne. At first it appeared that th
14 September 1878 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
THE SHOCKING MURDER OP A.FLINTSHIRE GIRL.

THE SHOCKING MURDER OP A.FLINTSHIRE GIRL.

THE SHOCKING MURDER OP A FLINTSHIRE GIRL. SENTENCE OF DEATH. Before Mr. Justice Wright at the Yorkshire Assizes at the Leeds Town Hall, on Tuesday, James Stockwell, 32, farm labourer, was charged with the murder of a girl named Catherine Dennis, a servant at a public-house at Lin
19 December 1891 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
MR. LLOYD GEORGE, M.P., AND.THE CHURCH CONGRESS.

MR. LLOYD GEORGE, M.P., AND.THE CHURCH CONGRESS.

MR. LLOYD GEORGE, M.P., AND THE CHURCH CONGRESS. The following correspondence baa been for- warded to us for publication : — Sir, — At a Liberationist meeting held at Bhyl, on November 10th, Mr. George charged the Bhyl Church Congress Committee with having made money by the sale
19 December 1891 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
CHESTER GLADSTOMANS AND.THEIR CANDIDATE.

CHESTER GLADSTOMANS AND.THEIR CANDIDATE.

CHESTER GLADSTOMANS AND THEIR CANDIDATE. HIS CONFESSION OF FAITH, Baron Halkett, who was recently announced as the Gladstonian candidate for Chester, made his first public appearance in the city on Thursday, when a meeting was held in the evening in the Music Hall, under the pres
19 December 1891 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England