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FRODSHAM. (•■?ec also patre 10.) CURIOUS NESTING PLACE. One day thj. week Mrs. G. A. Tudor, of Tunnel Top, Frod- sham, was pulling rhubarb in the garden, when sho found a thrush's nest, containing tour eggs, built in the centre of a clump of the rhubarb. HOMING SOCIETY.-Th .s fcoc:ety com- mences ita actual flying season for 1908 on Satur- day with a race from Kidderminster, a distance of 66 miles. The membership has clcocd with 17 flying members and throe honorary mem- bers. being hardly so strong as in previous years, the extra heavy expenditure of timing in the birds to running-clocks and other items having causcd some of the former participants to T(,8igll, There is some speculation as to how the new method of timing in will act. and the result on Saturday will be eageriy watched for DEATH OF A SEPTUAGENARIAN. Many will regret ti learn of the demise of Mrw. Eliza- beth \\ïI.on. of the George Inn, Frodshatn. which sad event took place on Monday morning after a brief illness. The deceased lady was 76 years of age, and up to a short time ago had followed a most active life. She was the oldest licence holder in this district, and one; if not actually, the oldest ikence ho'der* under Me&sm Greenall, Whitley and Co. The funeral took place on Tuesday a fternoon at the Frodsham Parish Church, tho Rev. F. B. C'orfield i-akim; the service. The coffin, which was covered with beautiful wreaths, was borne to the churoh by friends, there beintf a largo following, the licensed victuallers of represented. THE LATE MR. A. THOMAS. In the Course of his sermon on Sunday morni-i"' at the FnxWiam Parish Church, the Kev. R. L. Mann spoke in eu!og?t)C term? of Mr. A!fre1 Tho!IJ:l8, j of Hemp Gill. Frodsh?m. whom he character- ised as a JoyaL good, God-fearing Churchman, and an honest, upright, oonsciontioiM country | gentleman.—At the monthly meeting of tiie i Frodsham Conservative Club, Mr. C. E. Linaker, one of the vice-presidents. pa:d a warm tribute i (-,n-e of t l ie. p, of praise to the late Mr. Alfred Thomas, who, he said, had worthily filled the post of prewident of the club since its formation. A sincere vote of sympathy and condolence was to Mrs. Thomas and the family in tlie sad 'oe-' reivement they had sustained, ami the very great loss that had also been fHnst,aine<] by the FivxJeh-am Conservative Club and MIC public generally. j

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