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ga whittixgton. kild PARTY. On Thursday week the Rector rs. Holbech very kindly threw open their th ^ll(^ grounds for a garden party in aid ^ate) runds of the National Schools. Unfortu- ^Gry lit day was cloudy and dull and although rain fell yet the threatening aspect of ^her prevented many from attending. In I M the thin attendance and other disadvant- ^ho t 6 ^nanclal result was fairly good, and those Itino. r"ed out enjoyed themselves very much. ^Or-th? e afternoon the infants under Miss Golds- >^la»^ ,c.re(litablv acquitted themselves in the 'and the older scholars under the ^Itid (.. feeler and Gough danced very prettily P^th 6 May P0le-" l'113 boys led by Mr. D. ^iaea S,,caused much merriment as Veritable ^vere The dresses and general "get up" ^CeHent as was also the way in which they evn. their songs and performances. In alillsf dancing was kept up till dusk to the Present ^Ir. H. Tims' band. Amongst those nr AVere Commander Holbech and family, p,rre,i > Major Lovett and family, Henlle t>t6eiaieV B^^eley Owen, Mr. and Miss ? and party, Mr. and Mrs. Humphreys, n^rlp's Humphreys, Mrs. Wainwright, Mrs. » Party, l'Jas (Griffith Miss Morris, Miss 188 ^eate) ^Irs. T. Edwards, Mrs. and Miss ^Ir' and ^^Is" Hay ward, &c. The re- 8^a'^ during the dancing was under the Tnent of Mrs. Hales, White Lion Hotel.

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JUBILEE NURSES AT WINDSOR.

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