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NEW HOSPITAL HOME FOR N.W. LONDON?

Established in Manchester for nearly ten years, the Sisters of St. Joseph of the Apparition (French Order)„ who recently opened a new home at Aldcrly Edge, Cheshire, for people of reduced means and poop circumstances, are negotiating for the purchase of a house in N.W.IeLondon—preferably Hempstead—for use as a hospital for the aged poor and needy of London.

The Sisters' decision to take over a large house at Cobham, Surrey, recently was revoked on the grounds that thc distance was too far from the London area, whereit is thought the need is more important.

A party of young rnen of St. Putricks. Sunderland, have recently repainted the church in their spare time.




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