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THE INDIAN FRONTIER RISING.

BIRMINGHAM MEETING.—TUESDAY.

WINDSOR MEETING—TUESDAY.

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. NORTHWICH.

. SHOCKLACH.

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SHOCKLACH. INTERESTING PRESENTATION.—A party of thirty, consisting of members of the Jubilee committee and friends, met at the Fish Inn, on Thursday, to partake of supper. Mr. Joseph Piggott, of Shocklach Hall, chairman of the Jubilee committee, was voted t8 the chair, and Mr. Holbrook, of Lane Ends, to the vice-chair. After the loyal toasts the chairman referred to their efforts in regard to the late Jubilee festival, and remarked that though all had individually done their share of the work most of it had fallen upon the shoulders of Mr. Urmson, of Worthenbury, their hon. secretary. He had been untiring in his efforts to make the affair a success, working early and late in their behalf.—Mr. Houlbrook, of Worthenbury, treasurer, heartily endorsed all that Mr. Piggott had said, and then gave a brief statement of accounts. A sum of R108 2a. lid. had been collected, and the festival expenses amounted to X96 4s., leaving a balance of Xll 18s. 4d. This amount at a subsequent meeting was allotted as follows:—18 photos to the committee, 18s.; the hon. secretary a bonus of jE3 3s., and the remainder, R7 17s. 4d., was forwarded to Mrs. Howard in aid of the Nursing Fund.—The Chairman then presented Mr. Urmson with a handsome silver sugar basin and tongs, which boro the inscription: Presented to Mr. Urmson, hon. sec. of the Queen's Jubilee, for the oarishes of Worthenbury, Threapwood, and Shocklach. June, 1897.'—Mr. Urmson, having returned thanks, the healths of the following were pro- posed, and heartily received: Sir Watkin Wynn, who is greatly appreciated in the parish for the support which he supplies with his fox- hounds Mr. and Mrs. Howard and family, and Mr. Piggott, chairman. Songs were given during the evening by Mr. Wilkinson.

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