A PITIFUL CASE.
TO THE EDITOR. : Sib, —"V^oulcl you kindly insert this letter in your valuable paper. In writing this J do sq,/making a^i appeal to the various -Lab' or Associations on behalf of a brother laborer, viz—Alexander Kirkwqqd, iyjio met with an accident on the 13th ifov'enVher lagt, which l^as left him A. cripple for life. Sinop'thon )ie hag been laid up with sunstroke, and congestion of \ the brain, He is a member of the A.M. A. |of A. Ho has also a sick wife and four young children, the wife having been ill for the last eight years and a half. , Five years ago she was in the Dunedin hospital. On the 2nd of the present month she was confined, the child dying on. the 12th,
since then she has been laid up with I asthma. I draw attention to the case [trusting some of the members of the various associations will get up a subscription list, and try and raise a few pounds for them. "He that giveth to the poor lendeth to the Lord." The Rev B. Thomas, Wesleyan Minister, Roxburgh, or J. B. Borton Esq., will kindly .receive any money collected for them. Many can help one, but one cannot help many. Trusting you will excuse me for intruding on so much of your valuable space.—l am, etc., Waiter Lee. Dunedin, April 24th, 1890. <
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A PITIFUL CASE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2413, 29 April 1890
A PITIFUL CASE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2413, 29 April 1890
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