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HAY. EVERY branch of Dentistry at Henderson's Dental Surgery, Brook House. Hay, daily, all hours. Lucky Resident.—A resident of the district has recently been awarded one of Answers £ 250 prizes. Tennis Revived.—The fir< game of tennis on the courts of the II y Cricket and Lawn Tennis Club since 1915 was played on Monday evening last. Parish Church.—In his sermon at Choral Eucharist, at the Parish Church, Sunday, the Rev. J. J. deWinson (vicar), in referring to the signing of the Peace Treaty, said they could look upon the terms of Peace as the will of God. Statesmen had under His guidance brought about a just peace. But it was a great climax in the history of the world, and whatever it might cost they had got to see that the terms were carried out. It was still a question of giving and not what could be got out of it. Peace Signing.-Official information of the signing of the terms of Peace was received by Mr H. R. Grant at about 4 o'clock oil Saturday afternoon, and at 4»30 he fired his cannon, and this con- veyed the news to the tpivn and district. Flags quickly appeared at the windows, and the streets at once assumed a festive appearance. The firing of Mr Grant's gun at regular intervals and the sounding at 6-15 and again about 8 p.m. of the hooter at the timber yard of Messrs R. Williams A; Son Ltd. brought crowds in from outlying districts. Fireworks were let off and tar barrels lighted. The Hay Town Band (conducted by Mr W. Edwards) played joyous strains at the Town Clock and later played for dancing in the street, which was kept np till a late hour.

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