Sergt, Darcy Webling, of the A.I.F. who lately returned from England, has been spending a few days with his friends at Cape Northumberland light house. Sergt, Webling was the second keeper there when he enlisted for ac tive service three and a half years ago in the 16th Battalion. He went through the Galllpoli campaign, and after serv ing in France for a time was put in the transport service in England, convoy ing stores to hospitals and depots. Sgt. Webling also fought in the Boer war.
Last Sunday an interesting cere mony took placo in St. Thomas' church. Archdeacon Samwoll dedicated a large
brnBS cross 011 the altar to the memory" of tho Into Mr. Thomas Perryman, who acted as people's warden for 10 years. Tho cross was given by tho townspeo ple as a token of their esteem 1'or Mr. Perryman, who died In August, 1D1G,
The proceeds of tho afternoon tea, sale of buttons, euchre party and dance last Wednesday amounted to £7 14/0 after expenses were deducted,