ONE HUN­DRED YEARS AGO Satur­day Novem­ber 30, 1918

Campbeltown Courier - - NEWS -

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.

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