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Tho late Mr Charles Chotwode Bailr, ot Krishton. left £2,000 to *he> Royal National Lifeboat Institution, to be applied in building and equipping a lifelftat. and also a transporting carriage and boathouse for the same. The testator desires that the lifeboat when built sh?Jl be named " Charles Chetwode Baily." and that the boathouso and boat and transporting carriage shall be stationed at some plaoo on the Scottish coast. Three gunners in the new army were committed for trial at Plymouth on a charge of breaking into a church and stealing harvost thanksgiving offerings, which included tea, condensed milk, apples, and custard powder. ,

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3, Evening Star, Issue 15667, 4 December 1914

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