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Adelaide Southern Cross (Newspaper) - February 10, 1928, Adelaide, South Australia
National Library of Australia whote wheat but Brown an Sheet contain -ae#me-1fheat Ehm Jtj a Kinig them health giving and body Bunij ing for brain and brawn subject the evil would speedily be remedied and evil stuff would not be sold whether it was manufactured at borne or abroad. Dublin a Catholic Library. When one thinks of the Bane it is natural to recall some of the anti dotes so i take this Opportunity of referring once again to the admirable work done by the Central Catholic Library which we owe largely to the Zeal of father Stephen Brown . It is housed in the Centre of the City but in cramped premises and with the aim of raising Money for new premises it recently started a literary Competition designed to produce some of the necessary funds. Unfortunately the project did not accomplish that object. This is a pity for the Library needs better premises to do its Best work. Wooda building Gate place South opposite the Cathedral. Rosaries scapular prayer Boloca statues. And All Catholic requisites. Open Friday nights. Phone Central 6488. Dust & Nehan successors to j. H. Crabb dust and go hotel brokers share a Jaeger list of hotels Freehold Wii and Lea beholds for Sale in All parts i of the state also inthe City and suburbs. And for of Talog. Q3kk5tynfe rat a or pt�5imoa Lemou St. . Fig Oil riot. R j Annor k v add Laid. Roar Adilaido. A Frank Smerdow 4 dental surgeon Liberal club buildings North Terrace or jetty Road Glenelg. Phone Glenelg 809. The of feral Flatual for mab09e insurance popular priest fare welled valedictory to Rev. Father e. Robertson. From our correspondent mount Gambier february 4. Or. W. E. Pyne on behalf of the returned Soldier s association said he regretted the departure of father Robertson who had been a member of their association. Father Robert son had been one of the Many priests who had gone to the front not to carry a gun they were pre vented from doing that but to help give a Little better feeling to a wounded Man who was passing Over the great Divide. He said father Robertson -would1 be greatly missed and he hoped that he would succeed in his new Parish. A warm tribute was paid father Robertson by or. E. J. Shepherd a p. Father Robertson he said enjoyed the. Esteem of a wide Circle of former australian soldiers to whom he had become endeared by his Faith Ful work As a chaplain at the front. He had always admired father Robertson for Metho dist minister in the town has been arrested on a charge of murder. Captain w. Longstaff s pictures ghosts of the Menin Gate is being exhibited at Australia House before being shinned to Australia. In the meantime. Reproductions Are being made for Sale in Britain and austra Lia on. Behalf of returned soldiers organisations. Or. Butler is quite satisfied with the Success of the . Loan of �2,500,000 floated in London. Master John Leo Coffey of Christian Brothers College who secured the Tennyson medal in the. Intermediate examination. Christian Brothers College. The Winner of the Tennyson medal. As the Winner of the Tennyson medal for English literature. Master John Leo Coffey secured the most coveted award in the intermediate examination conducted by the Public examinations Board of the Adelaide. University. He also passed in seven other subjects shorthand Book keeping his tory arithmetic mathematics l and ii., and physics a Range that Wei Cates unusual versatility on the part of this 14-year-old boy. The lad is a student of Christian Brothers College arid the eldest s6n of or. And . Coffey of Lake View. His father also an old icon Legian is chairman of the Snow own District Council. John gained his Early education at Lake View school and won a qualifying bursary two years ago. He transferred to Balaklava High school where he studied for a year before enrolling at Christian Brothers col lege. Although keenly interested in sport it is in scholarship work that he has distinguished himself at his College. He is an enthusiastic debater and for the past year has been Secretary of the Junior literary society. His plans for the future Are not yet formulated but his ambition to Day is to follow in the footsteps of his father who is a Well known Farmer in the District. He is returning to. College to pursue his studies. Mccabe it Wilson Frank Frank tailors and mercers 124 Gawler place Adelaide let i Aab Mit oar Price Rand vain it Host rain us Brahe Ait of Lidai rnrri4 mud i paired walking stick s. D. Kerr. Umbra la it str , King William Streat. for motor tuition and general repairs Flinders St in. 4mi
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