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NEWS AND NOTES. HORSE AND MOTOR COLLIDE. About S.30 on Thursday evening a peculiar eaeident happened on the Wcnwondah road. Messrs. W. Smith and Michael Hickey were driving in a gig, with the latter's saddle horse attached to the off-side shaft. .They m' a motor ear, both vehieles being on their riooer sides of the road. The ad&-_ horse evidently shied at the motor Ear, end breaking its tie: ra-e a?=: a--? en to the car, breaking i?-s . fr, l ^-ad causing the car to i S.' ::;.s -=U. There wars a full. -.a" T . :__r. v. Leelic Legg (who ws- ?I:-C_., Allan rnd Ernest Se:r-c. L'vil. Geyer and Miss WI I :2_.; - :=ry-st:cet. No one w:s -i-,. a - ,Len ear was 6-r:-1 7- .,e ,uic to continue t-r ':"_ey to. Hcorsham.
HORSHAM NURSING CENTRE. The annual meeting of subscribers I to the Horsham Kursing Centre was held in the Town Hall last night. The president, Mr. R. W. Rand, presided. The report submitted by Nurse Bea ton, who has been doing duty here since the beginning of August, show ed that 1171 day visits and 50 night visits had been made by the nurse during the year, which 16 maternity cases had been treated. A financial statement was submitted, showing that the year had finished up with a small credit balance. Office-bearers for the ensuing year were elected as follow :-President, Mr. R. W. Rand; vice-president, Rev. IV. Reed ; secre tary and treasurer, Mr. R. Tootell; committee, ladies, Mesdames Goode, :Hill, F. Langlands, F. Young, and Miss Moulden; gentlemen, Messrs. S. Davey, F. W. Allen, Schmidt, F. W. Rodda and P. Walther. Intending subscribers are requested to hand in their names to the secretary or any member of the committee.