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FROBSHAM. TECHNICAL COMMITTEE.—A meeting of the Frodsham Technical Committee was held in Mr. Linaker's office on Thursday evening. In the absence of Mr. C. E. Linaker, the chairman of the last committee, Mr. J. M. Williams was voted to the chair.—It was resolved unani- mously that Mr. Charles E. Linaker be the chairman of the committee, also that Mr. E. Rhodes be the vice-chairman.—The arrange- ments for the forthcoming session were then made. RUNAWAY HORSE.-Some consternation was aroused in Frodsham on Friday night by a horse belonging to Mr. Ralph Tickle, butcher, Main-street, running away. The horse and shandry were standing besides the Traveller's Rest,' Five Crosses, Harry Egerton and a boy named Ernest Bean being occupants of the vehicle, when suddenly the horse dashed down the hill through Five Crosses and Overton, and down the steep decline of Red Lane. Out of Church-street the horse made straight across Main-street, and seemed to be going direct for the large plate glass windows of Mr. Tomalin's bootshop, but when actually on the pavement the animal swerved to the left and dashed to the other side of the street to the Queen's Head Hotel. When close to the wall he again made a sudden detour to the right, and galloped off on the same side past Mr. Tickle's shop until opposite Smithy Lane, the vehicle oscillating to and fro in a dreadful way. Suddenly he made another deviation and turned at right angles down the narrow lane. How the occupants maintained their seats at this stage was to an observer miraculous. Both were holding on for life, the lad behind being more out than in the whole of the way down Main-street. Their perilous journey was, how- ever, soon to end, as the horse when opposite the gate of his own field suddenly came to a standstill.

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