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WHITCHURCH. DAIRY FARMERS' ASSOCIATION.-On Friday the annual general meeting of this association was held in the Assembly Room, Town Hall, Whitchurch, Capt. Ethelston in the chair.—The Chairman paid a high tribute to the memory of Mr. A. P. Hey wood- Lonsdale, the late president, and moved that a letter be sent to Mrs. Lonsdale expressing their deepest sympathy with her and family in their sorrow.—This was carried unanimously, Mr. Topham and Mr. Thomas Nunnerley (secretary) testifying to the late president's work, kindness, and liberality. -On the motion of the Chairman, seconded by Mr. Lee, it was resolved to ask Lord Kenyon to become president.—On the motion of the Chair- man, seconded by Mr. Langley, the following were elected vice-presidents Capt. Ethelston, Major Godsal, Capt. Lonsdale, and Messrs. Wardle and Wynn Corrie.—On the motion of the Chairman, seconded by Mr. J. N. Joice, Major Mousley was re-elected treasurer.—On the motion of the Chairman, seconded by Mr. Lee, it was resolved to advertise for a secretary. —The next business was to elect members of the Council in place of those who retire annually by rotation (but were eligible for re-election). The retiring members were Mr. John Lee, The Crimps, Ellesmere; Mr. G. C. Hockenhull, Kiln Green, Whitchurch; Mr. Moyle, The Lawn; Mr. Maddocks, Hadley, Whitchurch; Mr. W. Nunnerley, Ken wick, Ellesmere; Mr. Phillips, Black Park, Whitchurch; Mr. Price, The Avenue, Bettisfield; Mr. Thomas-Topham, The Twemlows, Whitchurch; Mr. George Wardle, Old Fens Hall; Mr. Wilson, Alkirgton Hall; and Mr. R. T. Smith, Highfields.-On the motion of Mr. Higginson, seconded by Mr. Langley, the retiring members were re-elected.

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