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TAXATION OF LAND VALUES

TAXATION OF LAND VALUES

CHESTER AND DISTRICT TRADES COUNCIL AND LABOUR PARTY. Special Addresses by MR. CG. AMMAN, M.P. (Camberwell NJ and MR. W. HERRON (Perfective Labour Candidate for Chester) In P OPLE'S HALL, DELAMERE 7-30 pm., WEDNESDAY, OCT. 17th. An interesting subject for ALL ratepayers. QUESTIO
13 October 1928 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
acl. s t o od a ppe aling to the wai.b. ; s t ct.busluuk ll tbuli x d over

acl. s t o od a ppe aling to the wai.b. ; s t ct.busluuk ll tbuli x d over

the bar. Oaks was injured. but was able to continue after treatment. Chester's forwards had a spell of attmakinc but a goal kick put fillig to their efforts. MoConnachie took a free kick on the fringe of the penalty area, but be gut wide when - *Aflame was unsighted. Davies show
13 October 1928 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
TRINITY aratirric •. MA SALTIVRY ATEURS.

TRINITY aratirric •. MA SALTIVRY ATEURS.

TRINITY •. MA SALTIVRY ATEURS. This gswas piped on - the oa Saturday. Trinity won the toss, sod were early aggressive. Pritchard scored in the drat few minutes. and later added a emead. Following tbls early reveres. Baltney Ferry attacked in determined style. bet met a defenve is
13 October 1928 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
R.A.F. (SRALAND) V. CHESTER R.F.C.

R.A.F. (SRALAND) V. CHESTER R.F.C.

This game developed into a dour struggle at Sealand Saturday, between two sets of determined forwards, and despite every effort on both sides, neither team had registered point; when the halftime whistle sounded. I The Airmen were fresh from their previous I week's win over Live
13 October 1928 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
AUTUMN ASSIZES

AUTUMN ASSIZES

Friday week's 'London Gazette" notifies the following days and places Axed for holding the Autumn Assizes,— North Wales and Chester Clreult.—Nr. Jae. tine Hawke: Saturday, October 13th. at Oar- Karroo: Thursday. October 110th. at Eutbin; Wednesday, October 24th, at Chester.
13 October 1928 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
NESTON AND PARKGATE

NESTON AND PARKGATE

Ist Neston Wolf Cubs. Monday, 6 p.m. prompt, uniform parade. HOYLAICE - 14 ANNIVERSARY SERVICE. On Sunday, the Bth hirthdey of the let Hoylake Troop and Peck, a thanksgiving vice was held at St. Ililderburgb's Church. Waybill.. The aervioe was conducted by the Croup Scoutmaster,
13 October 1928 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
CHURLS SCHOOLS.

CHURLS SCHOOLS.

He was glad to say that they had not lost a single school. Slowly, but surely, the work lied gone on by which those schools were being titled out of the black list and placed is a condition of security. hoped that in any new arrangement of educational programme the Church would
13 October 1928 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
WELL-KNOWN LICENSEE BEREAVED

WELL-KNOWN LICENSEE BEREAVED

Death of Mrs. L. E. Gregory. Het many friends in the district will learn with regret of the death, which occurred on SaturdaT, at Chester Royal Infirmary, of Mrs. Laura h. Gregory wife of Mr. J. R. Gregory, licensee of the Black Dog Hotel. Waverton. Mrs. Gregory had had a long i
13 October 1928 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
CUB HUNTING SIR W. W. WYNN'S HOUNDS.

CUB HUNTING SIR W. W. WYNN'S HOUNDS.

From this meet at Cloverley on the Market Drayton side of the Wynnatay country, hounds started combing (loyalty Corse, which she!. t. 1 a strong litter, the cubs darting, circling and doubling in their endeavours to throw off their pursuer*. last three of their number. Then near
13 October 1928 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England