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IMEMORIAL TO MR. RHODES.

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LITTLE I PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH.-The anniversary of the Sunday school connected with this church was held on Sunday, when two excellent sermons were preached by the Rev J. Southall, of Manchester. College. The afternoon service was presided over by Mrs. Millington, of Birkenhead. The scholars of the school took a prominent part in the service. A gallery was erected in the school- room on which the scholars were seated. The recita- tions and action songs were praiseworthy. Much credit is due to Miss Edith Pritchard for the untiring efforts in the training of the children. During the afternoon a quartette by the Misses Mealor and VJIothers was rendered. The choir sang special hymns throughout the day. The collections in aid of the school funds were verv satisfactory". HEROIC DEED AND A SAD RESULT—A sad case has occurred here this week. A girl, aged 18 years, has for some time shewn signs of aberration of intellect, and on reaching home on Tuesday in company with a relative, her con- duct became so marked that Mr. John B. Yeoman 11 _1 1 1 1. was caiieu in, ana unaer nis airection the patIent was at once removed to Clatterbridge Workhouse by the overseers and placed under close observa- tion. It has unfortunately been found necessary to remove her to Upton Asylum, and at the Neston Petty Sessions on Wednesday Colonel Lloyd made the necessary order. From inquiries made by our correspondent, it appears probable that the poor girl's affliction is directly traceable to an accident which occurred in August. 1890, and in which she acted in a very heroc manner. She wal at that time engaged a nurse away from Neston. and while wheeling a perambulator containing a child aged about two years, a run- away "horse and cart dashed upon the party. A child aged five managed to escape, but the younger infant would undoubtedly have fallen a victim but for the nurse, who, flinging the car- I riage aside, seized the reins and struggled like a true heroine to save her helpless charge. while at the same time recklessly sacrificing herself. She was trampled under the horse's feet, and although badly injured, she refused to enter the horse ambulance and walked to the hospital. where she remained an in-patient for some time. No fewer than eighteen stitches were placed in her head alone, and her friends state that owing to the shock and injury combined she has never been the same mentally, the disease eventually necessitating the serious step that has now been adopted.

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