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Burton. ILLNESS AND RESIGNATION OF THE REV. A. L. HARRIsox.-Thc Rev. A. L. and Mrs Harrison and family during the last month repaired to London for their annual holiday, with the best wishes of the parishioners. Unfortunately Mr HalTison-wholl1 we have always known to be delicate, being subject to asthma—became seriously ill, and about a fortnight after he and his family left us 'the prayers of the congregation were requested on his behalf. This threw a great gloom upon us all. News from the rectory informed us he was attended by two or three doctors and a special nurse. A few days subsequently the glad news was received that the rev. gentleman was progressing favourably. But our very great pleasure was damped last Sunday morn- ing to hear that a letter had been received at the rectory the day before which stated that Mr Harrison had been compelled to resign his charge, and was ordered bv his medical attendant to go abroad to Italy. All parishioners, without exception we believe, regret this inevitable step. Mr Harrison was highly respected by all for his work, not only in the Chuivh and Sunday i School, but also for his kindly interest in the children aud in his parishioners. Cricketers also will feel his loss in the field, and will miss his valuable services as captain. Mrs Harrison, too, will be greatly missed, as she thoroughly co-operated with Mr Harrison in all that tended for the good of the parish and church. We should! ike to add that Mr Harrison s work stands out all the brighter for the fact that it was so well done under the difficulties which attend a very weak constitu- tion.

; I THE WAR. i I

TO-DAY'S WIRES.

THE BOER ADVANCE STAYED.

ONE THOUSAND BOERS II KILLED.

LADYSMITH SECURE.-

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