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Miss Weston's splendid work during the Past year amongst the men of the Royal Naw, was expounded at the annual meet- I ins 'held in Exeter Hall on Tuesday. Miss Weston explained that there are at present 116,000 men and boys in the Navy. and on board the ships of war there are to be found over 1000 staunch members of the Royal Naval Christian Union. As to the two sailors' rests, at Portsmouth and Devon- Port, they were more than self-supporting, through their popularity with the men of the Roval Navy. Any surplus left over, after all expenses in connection with the rests were defrayed, went in various ways to the good of the Navy, as for instances, for the support of widows and orphans, cr in aid of the temperance and other de- partments of the work. In addition to the new Jubilee block of buildings just opened at Portsmouth, it was intended to add to the sailors' rest at Devonport. She asked for R10,000 towards the carrying out of this project. At the close Miss Weston Presented medals to two man o' war's men who had for five years, and ten years re- spectively, been total abstainers from in- toxicants.

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Menal Bridge District Council.

BAZAAR AT BANPOR.

BANGOR

IMR W. H. PREECE.

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