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CHESTER GOLF CLUB. I

FOOTBALL. I

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FRODSFIAM. 0 (See also page 3.) FOOTBALL CLUB CONCERT.—The annual concert in aid of the funds of the Parish Church Football Club was successfully given in the Parish Room on Wednesday night. The attendance was not quite so large as in previous years. Miss Parr sang Angus Macdonald in good style. Mr. Lewis's items, "The Storm Fiend"' and "The Lads in Red, were encored. Mr. Ward sang "My Sweetheart when a Boy," and was encored. Mr. Phillips sustained the humorous element. The Nigger Sketch," by Messrs. T. Hughes, Gatley, Hayes, L. Eyes and T. Turner was well performed and created roars of laughter. Mr. A. Youd was the accompanist. Subsequently dancing was indulged in till 12 o'clock. CONCERT AT THE UNION CHURCR-On Wednesday afternoon the friends and members of the Union Church, Frodsham Bridge, partook of tea in the schoolroom, and in the evening an entertainment was held, presided over by the Rev. H. Hooper. Miss Alice Linaker and Miss Lewis contributed several pianoforte duets. Miss Linaber, in conjunction with Mrs. Isaac, ren- dered the duets "Springtime" and "What shall I bring to thee?" Miss Linaker also rendered the songs "Auntie" and "The Maiden's Choice," the latter being encored. Mr. John Holland's songs were "The Brave Old Oak" and" The- Friar of Orders Grey." He was encored. Mr. E. Rhodes contributed a reading, Little Wolf's Shoes," and a Lancashire recitation, "A Happy- New Year to ye all," was given by Mr. Thomas Riley, and encored. Marguerite was the title- of a song contributed by Miss Heselton. Miss Annie Bowden sang Love's old sweet song," while her sister, Miss Patience Bowden, rendered The land of little children." The remainder of the programme consisted af an unpunctuated reading by Miss Entwistle, violin solos by Mr. W. Youd. and a recitation by Miss Jessie Rhodes. TRINITY MEN'S BIBLE CLASS.—On New Year's Day the annual tea meeting to the mem- bers and wives was given in the Lecture Room. In the evening a public meeting was held, the Rev. T. H. Bailey presiding. Supporting the chairman was the president of the Bible, Class, Mr. W. D. Ringrose. Mr. F. Hough sang "Tom Bowling" and "Only Thine." The Bible Class Choir contributed "Laughing is Contagious." The audience agreed and joined heartily in the refrains. "Rock of Ages" and "The Wishing Cup" were the contributions of Mrs. Temperley. Mr. A. Halford recited St. Crispin and the Rector" and Russian Rites and English Prayers." Mr. John Holland sang "The Friar of Orders Grey," and was encored. Mrs. Youd's songs Thine, only thine," and "At the Ford," were fully appreciated, as was also "The Village Blacksmith," by Mrs. Y oud, Messrs. Jones, Hough and Holland. The humorous element was sustained by Mr. T. Youd in several songs. Master Harold Jones rendered Schuman's Sonata, and the Bible Class Choir concluded the performance with the chorus Now pray we for our country."

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