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EAST DENBIGHSHIRE ORDER. 1 PUBLIC HOUSES TO CLOSE EARLIER. I A special meeting of the justices for the Brom- field (Wrexham County) Division was held at the County JtJtuUdings, Wrexbam, on Monday, to consider a recommendation by the Chief Con- stable, Mr. Edward Jones, in favour of an order restricting the sale and consumption of intoxica- ting tifuora on licensed premises and clubs in the division between 9 p.m. and 9 a.m., with an xception for bona-fide residents of hotels and bona-fide travellers served with a meal. Dr. E. D. Evtkns presided, and the magistrates present -were Dr. Moss, Messrs. H. C. Johnson, W. E. Samuel, T. Jones, W. B. Phillips, K. W. E$6rtbn, J. Francis, W. J. ftussel, E. Roberts, J. Allen, E. Jones and the Mayor of Wrexham (Councillor Jarman ). The Clerk read the following letters from -Ma&tratefj:-Mr. R. H. V. Kyrke wrote:41 Un- low, there is a very considerable increase in crime or drunkenness, I see no reason for a curtailment of the hours for the sale of intoxicating liquors, a curtailment which would cause a considerably amount of inconvenience to many. If it is £ &e desire of and is instigated by the military author- ities, deference must, of course, be paid to their wishes. Failing these two reasons, there cam be no justifiable cause for icnieting what must often be discomfort and deprivation tJ' \rge,mjQtj' of the people."—Mr. J. B. Ada? Gr?f?d. "rot 'U I er', this ?s?n ? .?u? wrotigii:a, -? 'all egP8i!l J¡, Jl, ,,)J'.M q!4 :pnt iside n small or part, questiol"I;, intersd? at and keep in mind that at present ?ne?e 11 only one thing for us all to work for, namely, ,on J 1'ID8 na\e possnMe.i.e.. t$? u? tOlbri"D 'et"'J!¡'!Pl'I. :iÏJ' 'îi'9'P (: surrender of our enemies. It this ?et;t .camn ..Only t6iiiis by a resMction ? the hours surrender of out ouenae& it t-bi OIa",u,? 1.4? doubt that it woi^d'lie' materially bLlpe*^ hibi?on ? e. e: 8 4, el OUr.r.. "a hwoûfd &e mai"é1'1a 11ue can be no doubt of the coarse fha?j?quMtM adopted. Personally, I should favour drastic metSMea. M I feel ISM w? ?d pay -lertiit' fro.. tbecon"\1pAnhi,tIJJ1t'tit ø+ WMgEed by its evil results, mentally MO phyMC- The ChiefC¡}¡)l.fM,!p this c?st*k, ?fM 00 coned, the only restrictions were in the HcMugh of Wrexham, where the hours of open- ing ?W &om ? a.m. to 9 p.m. In the ?ffiac?6 diDIW"JIl the houra w?tt present «whaaged. Be iA4nd?d to make i similar ?P?tion to the one he wu making Wit day to te0 B. boo Juaticø on Friday, 10 as to "onto mffondty. Or&n. had already been ma& in the ties of Cheshire and fliD_hire Meeting tbe=?bomedog on the Bromfield divM<M? with the ?<tM that the people of Cheshire and Flinti §|nbighshire to drink after the toBSt !n ?€? ?wn eoMtMS were cloMd. The Mmethmg?ed??BaMUg?? Many of the?ab??%e& th. ?;t ? g.g iMm?tow???e?ntty after t"b ØUleBin Many ?*e thwa?:'ORM108oiL In reply tojtpe& Qon?aMe aid he had six sifoug Or n StSBeS? & force in d1-kerfawo" ?btd consulted the' mNM? ?M? on.? ?M Mt tB& ? ? w&e ,?BeSh-??? ?hee. Mr. Jø" not think the Chief he 'I The Chief Constable said he had delayed the application as lopg as possible, but it was now necessary. He did hot think much hardship would be inflicted on anybody. The nia, gi, strat6a unanimously decided to make t4? orde applied for by the Chief Constable, subject to tte consent of the Home Secretary. r-
Sleepless & I Nerve-worn Business Man's Testimony to Dr. Cassell's Tablets. Mr. Poole, a buei- neea nuui, of 60, In- firmary-road, Sheffield, sa,ve. Dr., Cassell-0 Tablets h £ .ve simply worked •wonders in JIle. I had become so excessively nervous and run-down that I would jump at a sound. I had loet oon- fkfenoe in myself, and the alertnesB and business activity I bad I formerly possessed were gone- My diges- tion was very feeble, often there ?ae wn a.nd ?nd. a.nd at night 1U8ed to wase ap with a start and & queer WA ;u, ip witli U feeling of dread. TbU had gone on f!?7 months, I was getting more a.nd more run-? down. when one day I read of similar cases cured by Dr. Cueell's Tablet*. I got some. a.nd .&I=o.t alxam -I Is Naturally I A-bq g er- persevered, and now I am a& weal ana fit M any man of my age." ? .t?M?; i?<??&??*.???S??? ? tor<njo)?8t?? ￼ S ￼ ￼ ￼ ?' t ??3MM?«? MA <tM)M. ￼ tHj&t??f <he.<MWMHM9!'?. ) E j'w)tt'Ht T?Ms?mj' ￼ ?. ■ tO?? 1? HE^> ? i?]? 1 T?'i?. F. '?. R?S?S? ooo ￼ M?' <?? fema%- qou Note i?i'R& ne, vi u md upo^Life Po^g^ ^enton^ Hq ,liti n^»iWi>iin in I } ,s;)y^aa ￼ ￼ Wt 9! ;Plivt*kll#in a ￼
A SOLDIER'S LETTER. I R.W.F. AND THE. RECENT PIQHTENO. I A letter giving a graphic and interesting ac- count of the recent fighting in which the Royal Welsh Fusiliers participated with such valdur, though at heavy cost, was received laat week by Mrs. JLousisa Edwards, Beatea Cottages, Bradley, Gwersyllt, from her husbaud, Mr. Llew Edwards. In the letter, which is dated May 19th, Mr. Ed- Wards, after statiqg he was alright, proceeds: I have thanked God for being so, above once, this laat three or four days. We had a terrible big battle on last. Sunday, and Monday, but I have pulled through it; but there have been a biir Igss of our, chaps killed and. wounded. I hope when you go to bed at night that you and the children pray for me. I thought it was all over with me, but I suppose God was looking over me. Tho Germa na *oult forget the R W F., for we mowed them down like skittles The General øid he could not praise us enough for our splen- did work. We have gone up the country to-day (Wednesday) for a rest, which I think we can do with. 4 Tom the Sands I had his two shin bones broken with shell Are and Di Evans's lad, from Gwersyllt, got wounded but I can't aay what became of Tom Ty!er: he is miaaiag I believe There were me and Sam Crewe and Jack Lewia UOblthe CPP.Y pulled through without a acar bat *e sights I saw I shall never forget. The ?atHa. $etd waa covered with dead and wounded meD,b. wekept on going and the Germans ke?on ram? away, but there was a terrible lot ol German! killed and wounded. Well, .we m»cU the char at 4 m the morning and by half paat the B.W.F. at 4 inthe morning and byfpast the R.WF i the let* were flying around ua liiehailstoDe8t but on we went, and oarcbaps that fell "ouDda were sboutMg,' Go?on Ia8a,?et them have it,' but my word, Tommy Aikine does D()t want mchtll- ing to go when he get warm. Lou, I must dose for this time as I aJUired after a long march' but will write soon again.
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