ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO Saturday November 30, 1918
King’s Fund for our disabled sailors and soldiers
The collection in Campbeltown for the King’s Fund for our disabled heroes will take place on Monday first. Throughout the war this community has responded nobly to every appeal that has been made, and we are sure, now that the issue has been triumphantly decided and the Allies have won glorious victory, the men who have fought and suffered in humanity’s cause, will not be forgotten. It is the duty of all who are sharing the fruits of victory to show their appreciation of the gallantry of our warriors by contributing in the most liberal manner for their benefit. The present collection gives us such an opportunity, and we are confident that the Campbeltown public will maintain its great name for generous giving by equalling, if it does not surpass, some of the previous efforts for like worthy causes.