Th<-- following ofliee-boflj'ors were- elected at' the annual meet ins of the Otairo Branch of tho »w Zealand Trained Xiirw>9' Association:—Pi-csidant, Dr .Marshall Maedonald ; vice-presadent.s Miss Holford and Mise A. M. Thomson.; Jum. secretary. Mi. c .£ Shaclwford : councillors— Mrs W." P. Milne. Mrs W. G. MacGregor, Mrs Jones, Mrs Milne, Mrs_ Marshall Macdonald, Mrs Crordon. Misses ALansoii, Wilkie, Buckley, Every, Torrance, Sturgeon. Williamson. Barclav, Wright. " Theas fellow* protest too much. They protest eternally. They're like Mrs Caudle. Mr Caudle fell asleep one night in the midst of a curtain lecture. When he awoke the next morning there lay his wife, her head on the pillow 'beside' him, seoluing away for dear life. Amid all that noiise tie looked confused for a moment. Then, with u yawn, he a=Jced : •• Say. my love, ai* vou talkinsr yet or
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Evening Star, Issue 15641, 4 November 1914
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Evening Star, Issue 15641, 4 November 1914
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