Maggie [Margaret] Rae Lunam
Borland I arranged with them to give the Xmas tea to the Women at the Mission Hall, & the rest of the £5 Mr Borland has given to sick & needy.I went to the Shore Hall & saw the tea take place. Mr Borland told them who they were indebted to for their nice tea I am sure your kindness has cheeredmany a heart & brightened many a home Mr Borland said I was to tell you how much your kindness had been appreciated.Mother is able to be downstairs every day for which I am very thankful & now we have got part of the darkest days which is always a
1911 Jan 11
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