20 March 1917
(It must be distinctly understood that we are not to be identified with the opinions expressed by correspondents in our columns.)
THE LATE JAMES MORAN’S WIDOW AND CHILDREN.
[TO THE EDITOR.]
Sir. – I have been told that this family have been left in very bad circumstances and feel sure that if the members of the County Club (whose employ the late James Moran was in) understood the position they would willingly raise, a fund to purchase a house and section for this family. I enclose my cheque for £5, being £3 for myself and £2 from a friend, and ask you, Sir, to start a subscription list in your paper. For the present I write under an assumed name. – I am, etc..
Hastings, March 19. 1917.
[The “Tribune” will be pleased to receive and acknowledge further subscriptions. They for a deserving family we would suggest that some effort should be made to carry out the proposal in the above letter. – Ed. H.B.T.]
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