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23 April 1938 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
WREXHAM'S REVENGE.

WREXHAM'S REVENGE.

City's 3 :7 1 Defeat On The Racecourse. net. Then the CO equal/tied. Howarth fed Chambers. oho i-ent GALE through. for the latter to• beat McMahon with a ground shot, at the 25th minute. A minute later a mistake gave Wrexham the lead again. A free-kick saw the ball come into the
23 April 1938 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
AIR RAID PRECAUTIONS —St. John

AIR RAID PRECAUTIONS —St. John

Brigade (Women's Section) held the first of a series of eight lectures on Air Raid Precautions on Thursday, at the headquarters of the branch. in Forest-street, Chester. The lectures are to' be given by Dr. Kenneth Sconce, superintendent of the Women's Section, but, as he sudden
23 April 1938 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
'flit OBSERVER, SAIIJRDA4, I 21, 1938

'flit OBSERVER, SAIIJRDA4, I 21, 1938

23 April 1938 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
ZOO ATTRACTIONS.

ZOO ATTRACTIONS.

The Zoolcglul Gardens at Upton, where many new animals and reptiles have recently been introduced. attracted big crowds, and not only the children. but adults were delighted by the antics of the chimpanzee and monkeys. and the beauty of the lions and other well-kept beasts, and
23 April 1938 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 

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HOUSE FOR SALE. 11. The Mend (off Masons Drive). Newton. Chestcr; all modern conveniences. good garden.—Apply above. ALE. Saftney, Chester,

HOUSE FOR SALE. 11. The Mend (off Masons Drive). Newton. Chestcr; all modern conveniences. good garden.—Apply above. ALE. Saftney, Chester,

4 Freehold COT TAGEB and valuable Building Land. main road frontage.- Write V Si, Observer Office. Chester. 2043
23 April 1938 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
ST. MARY'S-ON-THE-HILL.

ST. MARY'S-ON-THE-HILL.

Should "Crucifixion" Be Discontinued ? QUCSLiOtIi as to whether his parishioners thought it worth while to continue ha= a performance of the "Crucifixion" on Friday were asked by the Rector of St. Mary s-on-the Hill, Chester (Rev. T. Evans,. at the annual Easter vestry co Tuesus
23 April 1938 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
in-colf heifer tcOnlined to vendors from

in-colf heifer tcOnlined to vendors from

Wales): A. Hewitt, £7l; newly-calved heifer (open), T. Arden, £26 5a.; ditto from vendors in Wales, A. Hewitt, Mt Other high Prices for dairy heifers: J. Cooper, 4210 10a., £29 10s., =4 Is. 6d.; C. Willis, £27 10a., £26 155., £26; W. Edwards, £25 155.; T. Hewitt, £23 fet.; W. Hu
23 April 1938 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
RISCA'S VICTORY G. T. Pts •2 3 1$ 1• • 5

RISCA'S VICTORY G. T. Pts •2 3 1$ 1• • 5

Riaoa Talywain One dropped This game at Risca last evening produced splendid football. Talywain, playing with the wind in the first half, were superior, although at half-time Rises led by a point. The Talywain pack got the ball more frequently until Ward started hooking for Risc
26 April 1938 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales