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. SHOCKLACH.

. BEBINGTON.

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BEBINGTON. FUNERAL OF MRS. H. B. HASBALL.-On Friday the funeral of Mrs. H. B. Hassall, of Abbots Grange, Bebington, took place at Wallasey, in the beautifully situated churchyard overlooking the sea. Mrs. Hassall, who was seventy-two years of age, was the daughter of Mr. Thomas Addison, of Liverpool, and had lived for many years in the parishes of Wallasey and Bebing- ton, and many old friends from both districts were present in the churchyard. The chief mourners were Mr. Arthur Hassall, Mr. Thos. E. Hassall, Mr. Alfred Hassall (sons), Mrs. A. D. Chambres (daughter), Mr. C. D. Chambres, Mrs. Arthur Hassall, Mr. T. E. Hassall, and Miss Mary and Daisy Hassall (grandchildren). The Rev. Canon Feilden, rector of Bebington the Rev. J. Aspinal Addison, chaplain to H.M. Prison, Wakefield (nephew); and the Rev. J. H. Birley, vicar of St. Thomas', Oxford (cousin), officiated, and the Rev. C. Cogswell (rector of Wallasey), and the Rev. A. P. Wood (curate of Bebington) were also present. The service was fully choral, and the hymns When our heads are bowed with woe' and Now the labourer's task is o'er' were beautifully sung in the church. As the coffin was carried out of the church Chopin's funeral march was played, and at the graveside a most impressive service was closed with the singing of 4 Rock of Ages.' Among those present were Messrs. J. C. Addison Birley, John Birley, Frederick North, Frederick Middleton, H. Mellor (nephews), Mrs. Frederick North, Mrs. Maude, Mrs. O'Donoghue (nieces), Capt. Maude and Mr. Percy Birley (cousins), and Messrs. P. H. Rawson, Edward Major, C. Nicholson, H. Nicholson, E. Bird, H. Rodger, J. Clay, N. Caine, H. Dreaper, F. E. Beckett, W. Ball, L. Squarly, E. P. Dennis, Miss Barton, Mrs. C. Miiller, Miss Poole, and many others. The Rev. Edgar Lambert and a number of sailors from the Mersey Mission to Seamen, in which Mrs. Hassall had taken great interest, were also present.

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