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⦠PARKGATE. THE "WOLF" AND THE LAMB.-Some un- scrupulous individual, with a weakness for lamb, visited the meat safe connected with Sunset House, Parkgate, a few nights ago, and purloined a cooked leg of lamb. Judging by the fact that a choice bottle of sauce vanished the same evening from a well-known school, the thief was evidently a person of fastidious tastes, even if he had a wolfish appotite. THE LATE MR. HOLBROOK.âThe inter- ment of the body of the late Hon. H. Holbrook took place at Sandbach Parish Church on Friday. The cortege left the resi. dence about 9.40 for Parkgate Station. The blinds of the houses at Parkgate and throughout the district were closely drawn, and there were many sympathetic onlookers as the mournful pro- cession slowly made its way to the station. The principal mourners at Parkgate were Miss McEachan (niecei, Miss Beynon (niece) Mrs. Kirkwood, Mr. Arthur Stanistreet, Mr. L. Price, Mr. A. Jamieson, Mr. H. Stringer, and the following members of the Dee Lodge Mr. Samuel Lee. W.M., F. Goodwin, I.G., and J. Johnson. Floral tributes were sent by Miss Beynon, Miss McEachan, Misses L. and N. Stanistreet, Miss Thomson, Miss Chadwick, Mrs. Kirwood, Mr, Lee, Miss Lydia Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. W. Gamon. Mrs. Cowan, Miss E. Kirkpatrick, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Pugh, the Dee Lodge, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Price. On arrival at Sandbach Station the cortege was met by the Sandbach Masons (Samaritan Lodge) who led on foot through the heavy rain to the church, followed by the hearse and mourners in carriages. The route was lined with spectators, and blinds were drawn everywhere. Dr. John Latham, an old friend of the deceased, preceded the coffin. At the church Canon Armit- stead officiated.

. LITTLE NESTON.