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FRODSHAM. CYCLE ACCIDICI;TS.-Another cycle accident happened at Frodsham last week. As Mr. G. Webb was riding round the corner of Chapel- lane at 6 a.m. on the way to his work, he went at full speed into a lurry which was stationary. He was dashed off his machine to a distance of several yards, colliding with a wall, but, fortu- nately for himself, with his leg instead of his head. He was completely stunned, and on being assisted home his thigh was found to be dread- fully lacerated, one long wound being nearly an inch deep.—A boy named Lister was run down during the week by a cyclist, and had one of his feet damaged. EARLY CLOSING.—A movement is on foot whereby it is hoped that a further concession will be granted the tradespeople of Frodsham on Wednesday afternoon-their half holiday. It is thought by the majority of shopkeepers that it would be a wise and advantageous step to do away with the 12 to 1 dinner-hour on that day, and close at one p.m., instead of two, as formerly. Last week some of the leading tradespeople adopted this plan, and it is hoped that all branches of shopkeepers will fall in with this excellent idea, as the movement will, undoubtedly, be much appreciated. WEDDING.—On Wednesday afternoon a pretty wedding was solemnized at Aston Church before a crowded congregation, the contracting parties being Mr. Lancelot Hyde Clarke, builder and contractor, of Frodsham, son of the late Mr. Edward Clarke, solicitor, of The Highlands, near Runcorn, and Miss Kathleen Linaker, second daughter of the late Mr. W. H. Linaker, solicitor, of Runcorn. The bride, who was charmingly attired in a fawn dress, with cream coloured trimmings, and hat to match, was given away by her brother, Mr. Harry Nugent Linaker. She carried a beautiful white shower bouquet of orange blossom and white roses, and wore a diamond and sapphire ring, the gift of the bridegroom. Her sister, Miss Emma Linaker, was her bridesmaid, and wore a grey dress with white trimmings and hat to match. She also carried a dark crimson bouquet of car- nations and roses, and wore a merry-thought brooch, with diamond centre, the gift of the bridegroom. Mr. Charles Linaker, jun., the bride's cousin, acted in the capacity of best man. The Rev. W. T. Dickinson, of Frodsham, con- ducted the marriage ceremony, and the Rev. W. Gathan delivered an appropriate address, after which, amid the well-wishes of their nmerous friends present, the happy couple drove to Runcorn for mail for London, where they purpose spending their honeymoon. The bride's travelling dress was of green cloth. The guests included Mrs. W. H. Linaker (mother of bride), Mrs. Clarke (mother of bridegroom), Mr. J. Clarke (uncle of bridegrocm), Mr. Wignall (uncle of bride), Mr. and Mrs. Charles Linaker, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Linaker, Mr. W. G. Linaker, Miss J. L. Linaker, Miss A. E. Linaker, Dr. Marsh, Miss Annie and Miss May Linaker (sisters of bride), and Master Fred Linaker (brother of bride). The wedding presents were numerous.

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