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SAILORS' REST

A very profitable evening was spent on Monday with the seamen from tho s.s. Zealandic and also from the Russian vessel in port. A number of the sailors' favorite hymns wero sung, after which addresses were given by the missionary and Mr John Wilkinson. During an interval supper was handed round, several members of W.0.T.1T. assisting in this. Further conversation and some more hymns brought an enjoyable evening to a close. The "missionary expresses his thanks to all who have helped in tho past. Seamen of all nationalities are welcomed at the Sailors' Rest. The Rest is open every day of the week, where the men find writing material, reading material, and morning and evening papers provided free. Fires are kept going in cold weather, and supper is served to men of all doeo sea ships. Contributions will bo thankfully received by the missionary, Mr R. Robertson.

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SAILORS' REST, Issue 15642, 5 November 1914

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SAILORS' REST Issue 15642, 5 November 1914

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