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DELAMERE. DEDICATION OF THE CHURCH CLOCK.—On Tuesday afternoon a service was held for the dedication of the clock of St. Peter's Church, Delamere, provided by the parishioners in com- memoration of Her Majesty's Jubilee. The clergy present were .-—The W. H. Binnev, rural dean; Canon Holme, vicar of Great Budworth Dr. Payne, rector; Arnold, rector of Barrow Evans, vicar of Tarvin Atkinson, curate, Tarvin Evans, curate of Northwich Heffill' vicar of Church 31inshull Hopk-s, vicar of Moulton C. Packer, vicar of Dane Bridge; Reynolds, vicar of Kingsley: and J. D. Payne, curate of New Brighton. There was a shortened form of evening prayer. After 4-1- LL'I '11 .1; me IÆlrU collect the choir and clergy went under the tower, when the Rural Dean said prayers, and the choir sang the hymn' When morning gilds the sky.' After this the Rev. W. II. Binney gave an address, based on Psalm lxxxix., 47, Ifcemember how short my time is.' The rev. gentleman spoke of the value of time. Dr. Payne said the prayers, and the Rev. J. D. Payne read the lessons. There was a large congregation.

. KINGSLEY.

. ROSSETT.

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