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TATTENHALL. RUMMAGE SALE. -On Wednesday a rummage sale w,t,; held in the Barbour Institute, with the object of raising funds to purchase an outfit for a i gymnasium that is to be opened in connection with the Institute. A considerable quantity of mis- cellaneous articles were gathered together, and soon found a ready sale. The members of the com- mittee, under Mr. T..Vi. Dutton (chairman), Mr. Artban (secretary), and Mr. R. Willis (treasurer). worked energetically, and a fairly good sum was realised,

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