New Zealand Tablet, Volume XX, Issue 20, 4 March 1892, Page 11
Becently the Rev. J. B. Cammi, Dorsetshire, Eigland, minister joined the Church. One of his eons followed his lather's footstpes and became a Catholic. This young man is now a Benedictine in Belgium. It is now stated that still another son, an Oxford undergraduate, has been received into the Church. Three years ago there was prepared for the Puncbestown races a special train, two of the carnages of which were reserved respectively for His Excelleocy the Lord-Lieutenant "and for Bir E. C. Guinness, Bart." A railway porter, B'<ys a correspondent of the Spectator, improved the occasion by writing in chalk on one carriage, For his Ex," and on the other, For his XX Heavy rains have caused geuous floods along the valley of the Shannon, and thousands of acres of land are under water. Out-ofdooi work is stopped, and much suffering prevails. In replying to the Emperor "William's New Year congratulations, the Pope wished his Majesty every success in the struggle with Socialism, the common enemy of religion and of the Empne." The Feathered World recalls an old joke about Lord Mayo which will bear repeating. Lord Mayo imported a female emu. Wmle his lordship was away from home she laid an egg, and the perplexed bailiff, writing to inform him of the occurrence, began his letter as follows: In the absence of your lordship, I put the egg under the greatest goose I could find."