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County rate likely to rise by 9d.

County rate likely to rise by 9d.

CHESHIRE'S RATE is almost certain to rise by 9d. from 76. to 81.3(1. The County Council's Finance Committee decided on Monday to recommend _ _ _ the increase to the County _ Council, which will be asked to confirm it on Feb. 24. To the county rate has to be added the rate of dis
10 February 1966 - Nantwich Chronicle - Nantwich, Cheshire, England
 
A RARE CATCH

A RARE CATCH

A iish a tail like a rat and farge teeth like a dogfish, which puzzled the fishermen who caught it at Grimsby and the fishmongers who received it for sale in Crewe. has been identified by Miss Ruth Bad' cock, senior lecturer in biology at Keele University. Staffs. It is so rare
10 February 1966 - Nantwich Chronicle - Nantwich, Cheshire, England
 
Improbabilities

Improbabilities

Mr. Mars-Jones submitted there were inherent improbabilities in Mn. Broadhurst's evidence. There was no motive for Neville killing Broadhurst, and no trace on his clothing of mud or blood, although a , injury Broadhurst received must have spurted blood. The Judge, Mr. Mars-Junes
10 February 1966 - Nantwich Chronicle - Nantwich, Cheshire, England
 
Ten clubs

Ten clubs

Representing the Licensed Victuallers' Association, Mr. T. M. Fryer said they objected to the opening of the club. There were 10 clubs and 60 odd licensed houses In the Nantwich licensing area. Cross-examined by Mr. Fryer, Mr. Schofield said that, despite this, he still thought
10 February 1966 - Nantwich Chronicle - Nantwich, Cheshire, England
 
INDOOR SPORTS SPOT-No. 18

INDOOR SPORTS SPOT-No. 18

After Improving after an indifferent start to the season. are the Wickstead Arms. finishing bottom of Division I of the Nantwich Domino League last season, they are now steadily climbing Division 2. Left to right (back), are Albert Street, Stan Metcalfe. Bill Jones, Tom Betteley
10 February 1966 - Nantwich Chronicle - Nantwich, Cheshire, England
 
The Chesh ire Hounds

The Chesh ire Hounds

ON Tuesday last week and on to behind WrenburY Church, where be got under a disused hounds met M heneote and was accounted for. ton Hall, where the Mastei The next drew was HtnekeY's Gorse. hounds killing a badger in covert and Mrs. Tomkinson before going on to draw Backliley Me
10 February 1966 - Nantwich Chronicle - Nantwich, Cheshire, England
 
TiIEtHRONICLV-TI-IIIigtiNFVE6RL-ASY 10. '1

TiIEtHRONICLV-TI-IIIigtiNFVE6RL-ASY 10. '1

10 February 1966 - Nantwich Chronicle - Nantwich, Cheshire, England
 
MR. F R. JAMES

MR. F R. JAMES

snire Union canal, they should apply to the secretary for an application form to obtain any concessions. A pleasing teature was the report by the Mersey and Weaver Consultative Council's Pollution officer that in the near future sewage works undertaken on a big scale by Crewe Bo
10 February 1966 - Nantwich Chronicle - Nantwich, Cheshire, England
 
CHESTER THEATRE CLUB nave named Vanbrugh's "The Retiree" as their 21st birthday production next May. The Club's entry to the

CHESTER THEATRE CLUB nave named Vanbrugh's "The Retiree" as their 21st birthday production next May. The Club's entry to the

Chesh.:re Community Council's One-Act play Festival is "Beyond" by Peter Ustinov. Noel Barnes is the producer CIIESTER FEDERATION OF TOWNSWOMEN'S GUILDS nave drawn up the programme of their Festival. to be held at Stockton County Secondary School Appleton on March 19th. Mrs. Jun
10 February 1966 - Nantwich Chronicle - Nantwich, Cheshire, England
 
WEEKLY

WEEKLY

Immediate installation
10 February 1966 - Nantwich Chronicle - Nantwich, Cheshire, England