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WALREACKNAIBLEAl. ' At the meeting of tlih Water Trust consideration vas given "to a schemo for the enlargement of the na.ins and the extension of the .reticulation in-the town.. The question as to whether wood or iron pipes should be used was debated at length, and it was eveni tuallv decided to write to the .Water Supplly ]Department asking its opinion of the wood pipe. Mr. J. E. Townsend, baker, of Srott-street; has sold his business, the piurchaiser beiig ?Ir. F. W. Zmunder, of laimlcenong. The Rev. Ihather O'Sullivn, of Kil lanrey, Ireland, who is touring Aus tralia for the purpose of raising funds to erect a cathedial at Killarney, cele brated mass in- the Roman Catholic Church, Warracklnbeal, on Sunday. The rev. gelitleman is a magnificent speiker, and in the course of ln.elo quent scrmon lhe paid a high tribute to Australia, with which counitry he has evidently fallen in love. He preached again- at vespers to a crowdled con gregation. lIe mentioned tihat his ap peal to the Roman Catholics at War rackialbeal haind met with a most libe ral response. Father O'Sullivan will remain in Warracknabeal for a few days.