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LOCAL GOVERNMENT JOTTINGS.…

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FRODSHAM PARISH REGISTERS.…

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THE CHESHIRE ASSOCIATION.

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AGRICULTURE IN PARLIAMENT-…

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NESTON. PARISH SALE OF WORK.-The annual sale of work, on behalf of paro- chial objects connected with Neston Parish Church, took place on Thursday and Friday, in the Town Hall. The sale was formally opened on Thursday afternoon by Mrs. Reginald Bushell (Hinderton Lodge). The Vioar 6a.il it was the fifteenth consecutive sale, the amounts raised ranging from 1;85 to 2,106. The latter sum had been the high- water mark in this direction, but they were anxious on the present occasion to establish a new record, for not only were there the ordinary annual expenses of the choir, the parish nurse fund, etc., but they were called upon by the education authority to make ox- pensive alterations at the Church schools, and they were anxious to devote some of the balance to this object. He referred in complimentary terms to Mrs. Reginald Biwhell's kindly co- operation in this and other good works in the parish, and mentioned the general gratifies- tion that was felt at finding her among them again after her long illness. (Applause.)—A vote of thanks to Mrs. Bushell and to tho stall- holders and their assistants, was proposed by Canon Turner and carried with much applause. --A brisk sale followed, and the cntertain- ments, including some clever oonjuring feats by Mr. W. F. Gilbert, were freely patronised. On FriJay afternoon the annual rummage sale took place in the Volunteer Drill Hall, and the J proceeds will be added to the general fund, The stallholders and helpers were as follows Refreshment stall: Mrs. R. L. Price, Mrs. H. J. Graham, Mrs. Bingham, Miss Carter, Miss Price, 2«fLss P. Price, Miss G. Grdmsbaw, Miss F. Riohard^, Miss D. Gi 1 zoan, Nurse Munro, and Miss Davis. Plain and fancy stall: Mies M. Lyon, Mrs. Beckett, Miss Gamon, Sister Emmeline, Miss Livermore Miss Fairbrother, Miss Webb, and Mis^ Seager. Christmas tree Mrs. Pemberton, Mrs. W. Ariel Gray, Miss Lilian H. Bushell, Miss Cramer-Roberts, Miss Pemberton, Miss Gladys Cramer-Roberts, Miss Gibson, Miss D. Muir, Miss M. Jones, Miss A. Jones, and Mr. Alan Pemberton. Poultry and dairy stall: Mrs. W. F. Barrett, Mrs. Liver- more Mws Roberts, and Mrs. and Miss Gill. Entertainment committee: the Rev. H. J. Graham, Mr. J, G. Lee, and Mr. R. Howick. j Hon. treasurer, Mr. R. L. Price; hon. see., I Mr. J. G. Le«. 1

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