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WIRRAL AGRICULTURAL SHOW.…

CHESTER FARMERS' CLUB. -----+--

-----DEATH OF MRS. JAMES DICKSON

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DEATH OF MRS. JAMES DICKSON- «—.—- We deeply regret to record the death of Mrs. James Dickson, widow of Mr. James Dickson, J.P. which took place at Upton House, Chester, on Wednesday, after an illness of some months' duration. Mrs. Dickson was the only surviving child of the late Mr. Henry Maddock, J.P., of Sealand. She leaves three sons—one of whom is the Town Clerk-and four daughters. The funeral took place at Upton on Saturday. The service was choral, and the Rev. W, Sparling officiated. Psalm 90 was chanted, and the hymns were "Brief life is bere our portion." and "Pleasant are thy courts above"; the Lesson, from Corinthians, was read by the Vicar, who also read the conclusion of the burial service at the graveside. The chief mourners were ;-Mr. J. H. Dickson (Town Clerk) and Mrs. J. H. Dickson, Miss Dickson. Mr. H C. Dickson, Miss Norah Dickson, Mr. and Mrs. H. Sidebotham, Miss G. N. Dickson, Mr. Edward Dickson, Mr. John Dickson, Mr. S. J R. Dickson, Mr. Trevor Dickson, Mr. Guy Dickson, Mr. J. S. Dickson, Mr. Thos. Evans, Mr. Chas. Evans, Mr. I' Thos. Nickels, Mr. Saml. Smith (ex-Town Clerk), Mr. W. Conway, Dr. Herbt. Dobie, and Nurse Pritchard. Among the general mourners were the Mayor (Mr. R. Lamb), Mrs. S. J. R. Dickson, Mr. Eric Dickson, Col. T. J. Smith. Mr. Cecil Smith, Mr. J. W Hincks, Mr. John Griffiths, Mr. Noel Humphreys, Mr. J. M. Nicholson, Mr. R. L. St. Clair Nicholson, Mr. J. E. Elphick. Mr. Pelham Elphick, Mr. Podmore, Mr and Mrs G. Bonnalie, Mr. F J. Bonnalie, the Rev. A. E. Farrar, Mr. and Mrs. E. Dean. Mr. E. Dean jun the Rev. A. H. Fish. Mr. and Mrs. R. Ithell, Miss Biruh, Mr J. Thornely. Mr. G. Parker, Mr R. S. Johnson, Mrs. Sparling, &c. Among those unable to be present, were Major J. H. Dutton, Mr. J. Herbt. Dickson. Mr. Geo. Dickson, Mr. B. C. Roberts, Mr. F. B. Mason and Dr. Dobie, senr. Magnificent floral tributes were placed on the grave from Mr. and Mrs. Samuel and Miss Side- botham. Mr. Eddie Sidebotham, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lyle, junr., Mr. and Mrs. C. Greenhouse Mr. and Mrs. Wilson and family, Mr. and Mrs. N. A. E. Way, Mr. M. B. Mowle, Mi-s Mowle, Mr. Thos. Nickels and family, Mrs. Jephcott, Major and Mrs. Dutton, Mr. and Mrs. John Mowle, Mr. and Mrs. Podmore, Mrs Evans and family. Mrs. Sidebotham (Oxford), "All at Roodee Lodge," Mr and Mi s. Alletson and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Dickson, Miss Nancy Vincent, "Jim and Lizzle," "Herbert and Lilian," "Maggie, Con- stance and Norah," "Harry," "Edward." Mr. S J. R. Dickson. Mr. Walter Gordon Dickson, Mr. Geo. J. Roberts. Mr. Walter Conway, "Servants at Upton House," Mr. Cecil Smith, "All at Blacon Point," Mr. Chas. Evans. Mrs. Ryland. Mr. J. Trevor Dickson, Mr. and Mrs. Saml. Smith, Mrs Chas. Dalton, Mr. and Mrs. F. Bonnalie, Mr. and Mrs. Carryer, Mrs Alfred Dickson and family. Mr. Westbury presided at the church organ Messrs. J. Smith and Won, East- gate Row, carried out the funeral arrangements.

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