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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. I

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OUR WEEKLY CALENDAR.

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SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1914.…

DYMOCK.

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DYMOCK. JUMBLE SALE.âA most successful jumble aale was held at Upham House, the residence of the Misses Niblett, on Monday last. The con- tributors to the sale were vety generous, and justly so, for the object of the sale, namely, to augment the Parish Nurse Fund, is a very well- deserving cause, and is one of the most useful in the parish. As the entrance was only a penny, a large number availed themselves of the beautiful day and visited the pleasant grounds. Tea was nicely provided at a very small cost, and so many purchasers were there that the nice little sum of nine pounds was realised. The Misses Niblett, who are secretaries of the Nurse Fund, must feel very gratified at the result, and great credit is due to them and their numerous helpers. In spite of the very fine weather,1 someone was anxious enough to borrow an umbrella from one of the stalls which they have not yet been good enough to return up to the present.