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TO VISIT ROME [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 30 January 1930

TO VISIT ROME Dr.. Norton; ^.Catholic . Bishop of. Iks (announced vthat he in tsnds- leavJnffifd^EomcvTOxt month, to presont his. quinqucnnial ropdi'c Cj.' h's diccese^to lib Holiness fcliu Pope. J

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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VIC. HURLEY LEAVING Sells Business and Residence [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 30 January 1930

VIC. HURLEY LEAVING Sells Business and Residence After a reu'dencc of many years, during which time ha has 'aken an*active part in all public movements, Mr. Victor Hurley, one of our local business men, has disposed of his storckceping . j business and will be leaving at j an early date for fresh fields and pastures new . . . . ..... The purchaser.is Mr-. James Proc lor, 'fonfier business man ;ofi.Nyngaii; who will take over ' w'thin.three weeks". ? He -.has. also taken .Mr. IIuv-: ley's Myrt'e Street residence. Mr. Hurley intends to accept' a position' as State representative ■; of the -]3ullout .M°at:PreservinK'Co.i Avho are .marketing a,new."Ideaito eliminate refrigeration. Furniture*, etc. 84 189 Miscellaneous 406 • 26"! ' £2252 £21G1 Greater efforts will be necessary during the coming year to enable I the/'■committee ; to- carry.;on,-as- apart fioni the bad conditions exlst'ns throughout the^ district, , the usual pound for pound subsidy will be di.« continu.edafter- 30th June,...

Publication Title: Gilgandra Weekly And Castlereagh
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GILGANDRA DISTRICT HOSPITAL Annual Report For 1929 [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 30 January 1930

GILGANDRA DISTRICT HOSPITAL Annual Report For 1929 At the annual meeting.of subscr.'b jrs to tlis;. GilgandrarDistrict Hon >iUil, held on -Tuesday n'ght, ,lhe following ^annual -ireporcoand 'balance -heel was adopted:— ■ . Your committee hav0 much plea '-i;c in presenting ...tor you ,their.-An nual Report for 1929, -giving; a : short, lccount' .of .the; work iperformed: and a statement, showing irccetfpts; and'ex penditure' of the . working/ account ;for. he same period. " , } 1 The volume of work p.arforme-l at I he: institutio]i.;is,,.wclI"-.:up;!tov the; aver se of past years, and the nursing ' 3taft',: wluch; is.aboutithe same as :last i rear,:are>to<be congratulated on the;r;. ijciicral ;efficiency.:T.he,;■■■■ number of I patients;treated :totalled 280 ■ in-'pati-. ;nis-and-269 out, patients, while the :!aily average was 9.2. With the ex cept ion of; out .patients"these figures J are slightly: 'less than the - previous': twelva, months . The . total .-treated' ...

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AUSTRALIA'S TEAM FOR ENGLAND Few Surprises [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 30 January 1930

AUSTRALIA'S TEAM FOR ENGLAND Few Surprises :. ';The team to represented Australia and tour England }n quest of the fashes'-was announced by the Cricket ■Boa:'d< of Control this afternoon. . ■Thn'e are few surprises i,n the team, ther.niost noticeable being the omis sion of Jack Ryder and Ron Oxen-, ham". : -The team 'is:—■■ V. Y. Richardson (S.A.) ■' V/. M. Woodfull (Vic. ::.-W. H. 'Ponsford (Vic.) E. L. a'Beckd't (Vic.) D. Bradman (N.S.W.) A. Jackson . (N.S.W.) A. Kippax (N.S.W.) S. McCabc (N.S.W.) A. Fafrfax (N.S.W:) W. A. Oldfield (N.S.W.) C. V. Grimmelt (S.A.) C Walker (S.A.) T. Wall (S.A.) P. M. Hornibrook (Q'ld) A. Hurwood (Q'ld)

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PROPHECY GRIMLY FULFILLED Union Secretary Collapsed and Died [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 30 January 1930

PROPHECY GRIMLY r; FULFILLED Union Secretary Collapsed and Died Jult twelve months after His ^ discharge from Sydney Hospital .. Aubrey Tliciiss (51) was rc-ad | milted on Thursday lak'.t, and I- d'led a few minutes aftor admis : sipn. " i : O.i'gan'sing secretary of the Fed i.e-rated Brick Tils and Pottery Union. ! h. was in .the 'hojspkal after a motor nccfdenl'in 1928. , As lie was leaving he said to . ons of the doctors, "So long, I'Jl • see you aga:,n; I'll be;back." His propecy.was grimly fulfilled. • Theiss'collapsed, at the corner 'of ;Castlereagh' and Campbell Streets, ,nnd, though rushed "to Sydney-Hos pital .in the Central Ambulance, he died'.: , For the past three years Theiss had been organising secretary of th un'on, and had also been president and treasurer. The deceased was the hus band of Mrs. McIIven, late of "Orlando/ Collie, who was on a visit io lier sons at Colie at the timQ of iher husband** deejth. .• She immediately left for Syd ;.nay by last Froday's train....

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P.T.E, EXAMINATION Successful Pupls [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 30 January 1930

P.T.E. EXAMINATION Successful Pupils   The following pupils of Dubbo and the spectorate district have passed   the above examination, thus qualify- ing to enrol as students C of Dubbo High School:-   Tin.;,', et Bauld, Dubbo.- ^ Thelma Blackman, Gulargambone Elizabeth A. Booth, Dubbo,   II.iiy I. Brain, Dubbo K;i h B. lJrown, Dubbo. Dclma D. L. Bruce, Dubbo. t . Tlioiilas W. Euckley, Minndctta Ida i\I. Cai'o, Quanibonc IvyK:- Chntman,: Greenwood . Gordon Christie, Dubbo Hetty 13. C'.othio:1, Geur'e Yvonn,s D. M. Crausaz, Dubbo Nanoy D; Devenish, Wellington.. ' . Koy. II, Dickerson, Eumungerio • Jean K. Driver, Geurie • ' Alfred II. O. Bruce, B,everley Sub sid.'fed' ' Nancy O. Ellis, Dubbo Joyce A. England, Dubbo IIenvy J. Evans, Elong'Elong Er'c W. Ga!o, Quamb'one :vlCenneth..'C..' Gildart,-*Narromine .>:• Robert B. Georg2,_ Geurio , Phyllis Harris, Byrock Daphne A. Hillycr, Eringaner'n Sub-sidised . Ivan K. Johnson, Yeoval - IM...

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FAREWELL PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 30 January 1930

FAREWELL PARTY. There was a sound of revelry in   Gulargambone on Sunday night last,   when a "bucks" party was held to bid   farewell to Mr.E. J. Bensley, who has received notice of his transfer from the local branch of the Com- mercial Bank . The party was held at the residence of Mr. F. S. Haw- kins, and was (if the opinion of   those present can be taken as an in- dication) the best ever. After all present had had a few pipe-openers to the music of piano, and a few in-   struments which were played with   more enthusiasm than ability. Mr. R. Press made the presentation to the guest of that evening. The presenta- tion took form of a wallet of         notes. Mr. Press referred to the es- teem and admiration in which Mr. Bensley was held in Gulargambone, though his stay was only of short duration, what would Gulars   loss will be some other ...

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WEARPROOF HOSIERY Famous Australian Product [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 30 January 1930

WEARPROOF HOSIERY Famous Australian Product In recent years there has perhaps been no more striicing example Of successful manufacturing in Austra lia than that of- Wearproof Hosiery. Made in: the great Wearproof Mills at Redfern, Sydney, by the use of the very last word in modern mach'ncry this famous brand of hos iery "for boys, for girls and babies, too" has proved its worth throughout the Commonwealth. A large band of happy and con tented workers :|s employed to supply, the demand for thes,3 particularly serviceable hose,' specially woven- to resist wear of restless little feet. . The process of making hose is in teresting from beginning to end/The most reliable of Australian's wool!nn yarns cr:c used, and the hose is wov-' en, d'yed) and finished under the strictest supervision of experts — • every pair be'(ng thoroughly exam ined before being packed for des patch. T.he.e is probably no mo 172 prom inent figure in the hosiery trade of Australia than Mr. Chas. H. Gold; who guide...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 February 1930

H. A. Barraclough Limited OPTICIANS. 385 GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY. NEXT. VISIT At the Royal Hold, GILGANDRA, TUESDAY,. FEBRUARY 18, fi'om a m. to 3 p.m. • The lirni lias been visiting this town regulnrlv for,30 years.. More biggt Eggs Read the result of this test, extending from May to end of December. Can anyone say Karswood Poultry Spicc is .: not worth a trial after experienees like .this? , ■ "In May, 1917, 1 decided to experiment with ' Karswood.' These are the results from 5 seven-months-old While Leghorn pallets (not laying) : May, 19 days, 59 eggs; June, 119 ; July, 117 ; August, 109 ; September, 132; October, 126; Novem ber, 81; December, 122. Am now using it for all my birds." 6.4.29 KARSWOOD POULTRY SPICE Does not force or injure SjwIs BACKACHE IS A WARNING PEOPLE SHOULD WOT NEGLECT THEIR KIDNEYS. i Backache is often nature'smost fre-' queiit signal o£ weakened kidneys. To cure: the pains and aches, to remove, thelameness when it arises: from; weakened -kidneys, you must rea...

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CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 February 1930

""CRICKET ; ■ As ons crickct.enthusiast:remarked on-;Sunday last; "as; usual thcrc.is no First, Grade: match ' on to-day", but those who ;took< unto themselves the trouble ofitravolling to Bourbah;wit h the Leather .Hunters, who played th e Merri. Merri team, -were rewarded. by witnessing - the most exciting ■ mat.:h of ths season . The v:sirors .suffered defeat by; the narrow margin' of 3 runs, tfie scores being: Merri Merri 72 and 167, Leather Hunters .109 and 127. - For. the visitors, the /highest scores were made by- M. Donohue 44, Rowl ings- 22,■■;•■■■Kilby 25 .and . Lloyd 24, though spccial men'.ion might be made of the last wick'ct partnersh'p which won tho match .' Horn, and Pea cock were associated im it, and the •28 they compiled won ths match for. thorn.. AV. Peacock captured the most wickets, his bag of 6 costing him 10 apiece. For the Leather. Hunters, ■skipper J3. Lemon comp'lsd 62, when he retired. . As- it happened' his act: of retiring may have cost his t...

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GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 February 1930

GENERAL \Affcer. the recant fall of rain through ; out'thc distr!ct, the country has -rak-i en a n,sw lease of life, and a, vflrdant ( carpet of . green sward can be sean. . Although not enough, vain has fallen to, say'that the drought has been de finitelybroken, it w'll provide relief;' and if;followed by nu'rumn rains, pas toralikts and . landowners ' in general, ; w'll rejoice. , j " As a result: of the idownpour.: th<? road, between the town and -railway ' presents a-very uneven; surface, and; much: bettor results would have ac-; | crued had ,the shire authorities put the grader over the road soon after, the rain Had fallen. i .While negotiating the Go'oriancwa Gap on h:s homeward journey, the . Gulargambone to -Baradine ; mailman j was caused' some deal,of anxiety when the front" wheel of; his. lorry came off and careered wr-ldly down the incline. The mail ■ was: a few, hours late owing.,! to the mishap in^rriving.into Gular-v,', garhbone. I

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GULAR GLEANINGS PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 February 1930

GULAR< GLEANINGS PERSONAL , • ' Afjcr a long illness,' Master' "W. Baker is now much ;better : and; this popular,personality;.will sobm;bc about again ^ " "■ Mr. J". Rosser, who has-been-holi daying inSydney,.hns'roturned,look ing .much better -after-her stay -in - ho' ' big smoke Mrsr G. Gregg, of "Oswcs.vyV, wr.3- a passenger by., Monday'-s: JraiTi for Sydney, where:,she; is spending• a t'tw drys. - • A nV.hsr person whose sunny -■ivn'.e will -be- m'issedr in .Gularpambonfl- is' Mr. E. ,T. 'Bensley, late of-tha.Con--;, mei'cial Bank. 'He was a-passenger by Wed ncsday > week's passsnger trai n, and afteiv his': annual cleave will -.r? coive notice- of the branch to wh:ch he has been. transferred: Mr.. • G. ; G;: Wr.tt has . taken, his position, and we extend a hearty welcome to lrm. : Notices" of >transfers are certainly; not lacking1 locally.vThe ganial and courteous Mr ; Pv Bo.urkc: will be mis sed by vis'tors to the post office. Th:l -s he ..was known to 'all- a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 February 1930

PUBLIC NOTICE TN-iyij ji-ONSE to numerous re quests, I hereby convene a PUBLIC ■.■MEETING, to be he'.d at the Mem orial Institute,Gilgandra, < on vTIIURS DAT/6th INST., at 8 p.m.I for '.lie purpose oT recognising the publ-c services oC Mr.* P. J.. MacManus. E. V. G. TOWNSEND, ' s President. Council Chambers, Gilgmdra. G/2/30. FURNITURE SALE SATURDAY, FEBRU. 22 A/c. Mrs. P. J. MacManus Full de a!ls will appear later . CHRISTIE BROS., - Auctioneers. CLEARING SALE "Dcoroombali", Tooraweenah THURSDAY, FEBRU. 27 Stock, Plant & Furniture Full details will be advertised later - CHRISTIE BROS.,' : ; Auctioneers. IN THE SUPREME: COURT OF NEW SOUTH -WALES ' — ■ Probate Jurisdiction.—In the Estate'of JOHN; MUDFORD late of Gilgandra ;in the. State Vf New South Wales Farmer deceaseV intestate. Application will, be matio\ after fourteen days from ■publication hereof tliat Letters of Administration of the Estate- of the above-nameu deceased may be grant ed to Lawrance Reginald M...

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seek-End Teams Selected [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 February 1930

Week-End Teams Selected Euniungcries ci'ickcters w.'il visit Gilgnndra -on Sunday next, and li'.v the: Colts out. in a contest for. Uis W.'ison Cup. With the Wavatah"play ers available for selection a very strong team has been selected, and it is safe to say that it is the strong est eleven thait has- • represented- a Gilgandra club for some time. The match'will commence at 10 a.m. and should be1 well wor.h go'ng to ses. The team is: II., J.. and-IC. Williams.. E. Mudic,-L. Miitchett, W.Wi:.soi:, D. and T. Ryan, D. Whitton,.P. Reynolds, J. Merchant, . J. Ferry 12th. On Sunday tho Colts Second team will journoy to Gulargambone and play a friendly contest against the local Leather Hunters. P.'ay will com mence at 10.30 and the bus' will leave at 9 a.m. sharp. Tho 'folowing have boon solected:— Geo. Clarke, W. EV som,-. F. Smith, J. Morley, N. Pitt, B. Wood, A. Hobbs, N. Meers, W. MeGowan, D. Fisk, H. Woston, J. Morris (12th). The Leather Hunters-team will be. as follows: Richardson, S...

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GILGANDRA RAINFALL [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 February 1930

GILGANDRA RAINFALL 1 Appended is a table showing the monthly rainfall at C.mraiuirn 1883.. At our request the iigures -were. supphed by ihe'Government Meteorologist, and are therefore correct. ■ . GILGANDRA.-—Lat., 31 deg. 42 mm. jfiy | Jun .IS i ear | o an , r eo | Men | 7 — I — I H5 G5 | 302 | 72 1883 .lsa-ij ao.i 50 1 bti5 | 31S 1 121 i 100 j 119 L880|128 | 211 .5 | 701 j 304 1887 | 4SS7 •) 430 | 435 | 171 ) 44 1888 1 4lJ|37i)| 40 V 0 | 103 200 27-J 17o 24b 74 itiso 1120 307 4 S3 546 361 ioOO 300 738. 516 499 370 450 1891 707 I 140 355 1 285 103 304 1892 225 . 70 • 55 118 303 1 14b 1893 279 108 384 207 550 284 1894 2211269 840 500 80 201 1S95 506 56 11 43 125 12i> 1896 09 099 123 130 368 lib 1897 290 G5 91 0 130 27o 1893 ,082 350 0 0 120 31r/ 1899 194 143 •86 229 14 216 1900 228 49 493 204 205 .238 1901 101 0 282 285 279 92 1902 19 44 71 0 9 ■ 40 1903 22 . 45 179 614 353 21 1904 285 100 278 17 . 94 56 1905 72 291 222 735 222 1U 1906 304 91 360 82 151 254 1907 359 31 285 257 13...

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METROPOLITAN PAPERS Eyes on Country Trust Ogling Key Positions [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 February 1930

METROPOLITAN PAPERS •- Eyes on Country n • Trust Ogling Key Positions At ilia January meeting of the, N.S.W. Country Press, Mr. 13. C. Somnicrlad (late of Glen Innes), manager of the C.P. ■ Co-opcra*ive Co.,, Ltd., said . lie had ;«heard v'ns'sir c:iv rumovs that;the .''Sufl-News-Tcle graph-Gua'vdian": combine intended, to go into-the coun ry _ rnd establish dallies in strat'eg'c centres, so -as to b 11 i 1 d :. u p , th e: r - mi e ws^ga th e r i n g s e r viccs. Ilevhad; reee'ved : definite in fo:uini.ion tlmV.-Mr. Pinkstone, oE Cootamundra,.;had been asked to put ■ a pries on his business, and the'•Weg ga "Express" had also been apprbeh ed. "AVhiJu: rumors could not always ■be. l-cl'cd on, he said the Executive had,to take serious.no.ice-of. this.on;. The comb!nc had tha:. funds ■ to do things in. a-big way, and1 even ■!£■ it did not succeed it would do the Coun try Piess a lot'of harm. -Mr.: T. M . Shal;es.penrc (Canbsv rr) though it unnecessaiy to talc? Ll'.e matter seriously. ...

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COLTS CRICKET CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 February 1930

COLTS CRICKET CLUB I : At a largely attended speciiil meeting of the Gilgandra' Colts' . Cr.'cket Club, licld in the Memorial Institute- on Tuesday nigh.', it was decidcd by 13 votes to 0 to a'lovr - mcmbeis oC .the "Wairtahs to b. come playing ""members 'of 'hi. dlub. / Mr. B. Wood occupied .he chsi'r,. there also be'ng present: Msscra. It. M. 7 Diggs, srnr.," S. Wilson, W. -1£1 soni, N.-Meet's, F. Smith, H. Weston, P-v- Heara,- 33- Mudie; D; Ryan, J. : Morrijf, A. Ilobbs, IC. and II. Wil liams, T. Ryan, L. Malchett, F sk, N. 'Pitt (trcrjsurer) and J. Morley. (secretary) . By request from the chaiman-M. Pi?t:outlined• the-purpose of the-meets ing. -It was, to -: consider whether the Colts were prepared to amalgamate \v.:th the Waratahs or as an alterna c to'take in members of. that club as members of the Colts. Everyone pre sent should 'voice their opinions and a :deciaion could >be ar'ved at.on the majority.'-principal.--If'..they admitted three or four players they' would be c...

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C.W.D.R. ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 February 1930

C.W.D.R. ASSOCIATION A meeting of the committee of the Central Western District Racing, As sociation was held at the secretary's office ^n Sa'uvday afternoon. - Mr. S. R, Skuthorpe pres:ded, the others .in attendance being Messrs. E. A. Munro, S. J. Buckley, E. V. G. Townsend, M. J. A. Feehan, W. C'lininghame, and M. J. Suicki'ool (secretary) . It was'decided to refuse the nomi nations of racehorses Boy-Bon^ and, Model For':, owing to thelr^ffactious ness at the barrier. - - Racing dates approved of: were a,s follows:— Castlcreagh A. T. Club—•March .25 and 26. Mcndooran A.T. Club— s'Apvii 15 and 1G. Barwon A.T. Club—May 8 and 0. : Coonamble P. and A. Race Clnb —Two days following annual show. Marthnguy Picnic Race. Club- — Apr'l 21. • Coonambls Jockey Club —June It and 12. Mr . Feehan referred to unfavor able comments re the starting at race meetings of the Association, part'e ular. mention being made, -of the. last Baradine meeting. ' <■ Ik- was explained by the: starter...

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GARDEN GLEANINGS By an Expert The Modern Sweet Peas. [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 February 1930

. ,■ ... 1 . . . 11 .. \ . GARDEN GLEANINGS By an Expert The Modern Sweet Peas . Everyone must have been struck with the wonderful size, form, color and stem which the modern Sweet Pens carry, as compared with those of a few years ago. The numbers of individual flowers to each stem have also been .-increas ed, and: i; is quite common to have : ■four and not uncommpn to find' five flowers correctly spaced on each stain of the bcttei classes. Some gardening writers advise "Deo ple to trCnch the ground two o" three feet deep—a task wlrch no one ex-, ceptr the greatest enthusiast- would attemp:. Certainly the ground should be deeply, dug and well manured,' but the deep trenches, unless carefully drained; could'easily cause'disaster. Good seeds aro of greatest import ance, as it is very disappointing, when the peas roach the flowering, s'agc, to find that' you have been, showering attention on plants that prove all. one color, or a'mix.lire.of uglyshades, all for the sake of a small diff...

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THE BENSLEY FUND [Newspaper Article] — Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh — 6 February 1930

THE BENSLEY FUND Willi over £70 'n hand ■ r,Iv-2 fund recently s'ar cd to provide for the ill ldrcn of the late Rev. Bensley, who was kfled in a motor accident uirr Eumuncfcris, will definitely close on::-February ,15-. As a result of-, the accident Mrs. .Bensley, had been in hofp'tnl tin'.il a few weeks prioi to Xinas,; bu : slip recovor-Ed -Ruflic'cntly. 'to enable her to return to her siste.vs residence;- where she ; rec^Ved,..£30 tin iho fund .oyprovvle Xn.ft;'ch for herse'f and her two children. The causs-is-a very worthy ona r.nd those who have not yet contribute'! should fonvard thiir donations to 7»lessr? W.: A! Brown or II. Cam;''.'-11, when thi-.'v •will be acknowledged through tp.rse columns. - Those who have contributed are:— M. B'jxall £5 0 0 N. McClure 5 0 0 W. A. Brown 1 1 0 . Ii. Murphy 0 2 0 P. C. Miller 0 10 0 F. Turley 0 '.5 0 P. Munro ■ -. 0 5 0 \V. Creenaunt 0 2 G J.' Fleming 0 5 0 B. Howard-Smith 0 5 0 M. Ileancy 0 2 0 E. II.' Scott 0 2 0 C. A. Alinoida 0 2 0 M...

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