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VISIT OF EMINENT JAPANESE —The con- cluding lecture of the Y.M.G.A. popular courso wiU be given in the Music Hall on Monday, when Satori Kato. journalist, author and lec- turer, will apeak on "Japan of To-day." the Lord Bishop of Chester occupying the- chair. Mr. Kato, who at one time owned and conducted a daily paper in Tokyo, i* a well-known writer On a variaty of subjects, and an aocomplished speaker. He received his cntiie education in Japan, was! a student at the time of the Restoration, and is.. an undoubted authority on the wonderful race of people of whom he is a true reprosentattive. QUEEN-STREET P.S.A.—On Sunday a j special open meeting was held. Tho Rifle Volun- teer Band provided the musical portion, under Bandmaster Mr. A. E. Humphreys. The Chair- man (Coi. T. J. Smith) said he was pleased to see the un;tt that existed betwec-n the Volunteers and | the. P.S.A.. which was bound to he a benefit to the old city. The speaker was the Rev. F. Hib- j borti, president of the Chapel-streeti P.S.A., Blackburn, who gave a splendid address on the j subject '='ho are you?" Mr. WillianiL3 played on the cornet the solos "Holy City" and "The Better Land." Mr. A. Eden, Mr. Tunnioliffe and Mr. Marriott also took part CITY-ROAD WESLEYAN P.S A.—There was a good at^endanco at a helpful service on Sunday. The posidont occupied the chair. The Rev. T. j Whoa-doy. in a bright, Orrery a.dd ross dosoriocd some "stepping stones" for Christian li-fe and service. Mr. and Mis. Bogie's singing was much a.pprocia.ted. Mr. sang the solo "The Lord is my Shepherd." and Mr. and Mis. Boeie gave l ic%s T t lesson wa.,3 the duet "Consider the Lilies" The lesson was read bv Mr. Pince. and Mr Edwards took the prayer. Mr. R. BLittirworth WM the organist, and Mr. G. Jones (choirmaster) had charge of a full ohoir. A choice selection of Wines for the Xmas Sea- eon. Ports, Sherries, Clarets at competitive- ( cash prices. Samples will convnce you of our I extraordinary offer. Denson's StoreB. INFIRMARY BALL.-Tho Right Worshipful Mayor of Cheter begs to acknowledge with thanks the recl-ipt of the following donations to itiv-, Infirmary Ball Fund: -Mrs. R. A. Yerburgh, £10; the Hon. Mrs. H. D. Trelawny, JBl; Mrs. Hamilton, JB1. Is.; Mrs. H. A. Latham. £ 1. Is. • Mre. Gooddie Holmes, E 1. ls Mrs. J. R Thom- son, ;Cl. Is.; Mrs. Tyrer. £ 1. Is.; Mrs. Carsta.irs ?oncs, ?1. 15.; Mrs. S. H. Holm, ?L Is.; Mrs i3ark?r, 21. Is. Mrs. Sanders. £ 1; Mm. Gibbons Frost, £ i; Mrs. Bam&ton, ?1; Mrs. A. S. Roz- cion, £1. Is.; Mrs. Aldersey, £ 1, Is. Mrs. Geo. Dickson, £ 1. Is.; Mrs. Henry Gladstone, B2. 2s.; Mrs. Pitcarn Campbell. £1; Mrs. Hope, £ 1. Is.; Mrs. Robertson. ;Cl. Is.; Mrs. Douglas Dobie, £1. Is Miss Richardson, £ 1. Is.; Mrs. Francis Barnston, f:1. Is. Mrs. E. P°we1'. £ 1. Is. Mrs. R. Simpson. El. Is. Mrs. T. H. Dixon, 91. la. Mrs. MordenRigg, £1; Mi-s. B. C. Roberts, 91. Is.: Mrs. Darby, £ 1. Is.; -ivliss J. E. Blackburne, JB1; Mrs J. H. Davidson. £ 2. 2s.; Mrs. Honoratus Ltoyd, £1 Is.; Mrs. C. P Douglas. JBl. Is.; Mrs. W. Rogers, Ll. is.; Miss Gamon, RI. Is.; Mrs. W. A. Fitz- gerald, Cl Is.; Mrs. Lyle Smyth. j61. Is* Mrs. W. H. Lowe, JB1. Is.; Mrs. Park-Yates, L2: Mrs. Adair. :Cl ls. Mrs. J. G. Chnrton, ki.. la. Mrd R. W. Ethelsiton. Ll; Mre. N. Johnson, JBl. ls. Mis. Okell, fl. Iii.; Mrs. E. B. Swetenham, £ 1 Is Mrs. J. S. Latham. £ 1. Is.; Mrs. Sto'terfoth,' 91. 11'1.; Miss Perrvn, -22 Mrs. Sheriff Roberts, £ 1. Is Mrs. Quellyn Roberts, £ T. is. Lady Frost, £1. Is.; Mr. Wav, £1. la. M-s. Reginald Dixon. BL ls. Mrs. J. q. Frost. 21. ls. Mrs. Kay, 21. la. Hon. Mrs. Cecil Parker, jEl. Is.: Mrs. France Hayhurst. £ 2. 2s the Countess Grosvenor. £ 1. ls.; Mrs. Simpson. fl; Mrs. Crosland Taylor. 91; Miss Darsie, jB2. 2s. Mrs. Harrison, gi Lady Howard, £1: Mrs. James Taylor. £1 ls. Mrs T. R. P. Royle, jEl. ls. Mrs. Bell, £1. 1,9. Mrs. Grie.. 01. 11'1.; Mrs. Trotter, El Mrs. Pearse, 21. ls.; Mrs. John F.Wers, Pl. Is.; Mrs. Rogerson, €1. Is.; Mrs. Wnlsbv, £ 1. la.; Mrs. Ferznson. :Cl. ls. Miss H. Dickson. £1. la. Miss Hobday, 91. la.

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