At Holy Cross Chapel of Ease, ." Kilda, on Sunday afternoon,, the Eev. G. Coates, who is leaving to take char of the Anderson Bay parish, was pi eon Led with a Mosgiel rug by the Sund school teachers and scholars. Mr Coat preached vakdictory sermons in i Petor's Church in the morning, and ,-M. iviidM - i-:ie evening. " Why is it that the etrawberries at t--1 Irf'ttom of your boxes ?.ro always so mu | smaller than those at ik- top.''' aske-i l\l j Xewlywed. "Ah, madam." wJd t I grocer, "you don't put it quit'.- •.•<;rv*vjt! i Yon should n:l; why i)n> I writes a! tI top of the l>oxe« arc so much iarat-r th--Ithose at the bottom-"
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Evening Star, Issue 15652, 17 November 1914
Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 Evening Star, Issue 15652, 17 November 1914
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