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Heard and Seen A Good Trial. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940

7ifthex ;O:O.:g ,\a to ldtest S'ye Ineisves; is; ,to :.try ,lsistningW,ýo your favouirite pI i ogra mn ie ' -whbile , ,hi . potlto -:d 'gu?sts wio refer tulklfl? Ai Egyptisl oiini'ivsi to EngI we',nroeu'tesatinng?rontlest in C?iro. He, recently' "entereTii London grill Soa iii iild i.'tifi? htsi iint English d!"t malidied. lid ?inid of Cheops. iistlictd : Yoil Say ln tllis a. r thi lt' 'you oi tltog 'e o n lnect ing i le ilt ete n .the: iiihini 1 nd vegeta klditdtn·ii Wlisii It?" Studl iil i 'St! '

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940

I r Edwarlii Trwyia-m of Taraiiga, is-a patien tiatthe; District IHosplital.: Mr. George Turner o- of George Street, is ,a tient t, tho: District, Hospilt wheie hehie :vasadmit ted yester ylay M: fr" iWoarne, of ,tuhe ]Jngendoreo Postal?l staf Ihas .b'i; t iiin steried tbo Goulbiurnii His :place, has beeni taklen" by Mr. L. Nicholson. Mirs. It. Daley of Sydney and foremierl of Gouliburnli as iretirneid holme iteri tini'gheite purents Canl staible ni-d Mir 1' Le Fevre of Vic toria street. Mrs. GC Cenley : of j9 Geaige Striet,` was aiadtmitfedl'to -.St:/ Jdoliin,' of'i God LMr Keii Walker; of m e(iyd Street * isC"g:cpaticnt' `:ita'iStJ'" Jolii!:? -oa Gd Si-os iita.:: l',;?,: Ia" s t i ii :io r ?;:- +io,-., Sit'i t ;;:hlia- been' appointeo?t t"tihe Cianberra- br inrn'- a t ' wb ll-kiown: I:\1?. VJa EimeLli?ng' shin -of-":;Ne rimig wa$lioidlilitted '.toe:'the-'iiGilbtii :~nDis`i ti i!ct lo:p-IOsp ttajl y ,'td rday'i.. ,;i" : - i: ',. 'Mm.:: ``Sloane, ?of tho -Div isional Eiginee?is's ta...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Traveller Taken Ill On Train [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940

r.'iraveller Taken Ill ,,On Train When the Sydney-bound Temora Mail reached Goulburn early this morning; a middle-aged wonian : . passenger was so ill that ishe was unable. to continue: her journey.,., an-'d was .taken. by Ambulance to, .'a..Goulbui rn hospital . "" , The . omani :ias ' Mia.: StaiffodIr of ': Nock '.Street? Bolniori. 'Details relating tohliei illness are iiot kndown, blt. it is lt stted thait she became violeantly 'ill ias the 'tlrin' was nearing Goulbuirn andr mallway officals notified' ai: Goulliin -idoctor,m who was dn -the pliitform wlioii t leo trin arrived.:Siib sequently .the Anmbimllance ,as scalled and :Mi;s. '.Staffoid wais talken to. St. Joliii of God Ioslitial.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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GRASPED LIVE WIRE Goulburn Man Electrocuted [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940

GRASPED LIVE WIRE Go ulburn Man Electrocuted :: )When he touched a live ivirei in a garage at Rozelle yester;:.i .day, Cecil John Rawlings, .23; Of. Joshua Street, Goulburn, was,., electrocuted. ' RaIlihgs :went. t6o Sydney .aboit: a; mointhiago, :to-, seek .work .;iindl.suci-, :needed;,:in - btaining .,employmeiit aoni tiranslidrt, lorries iconveying: gols: to the : contry.. It' isi hot know; lhow ever, :wlihether: -h lie' .ias. still ciingiiged in thlisa workl it .tll e *:timi. of, his 'death,: as lihe;ia wi iving at Unrtlnderri, bi' the Soitlih Coast-;* .' P olice :-verei. told ithat' Rilwlings haid icoiipleted:fillinig his motor lorry withllipietrol when he touched ia live electiic ilglit wire. and collapsed.}. Aftei, .resuscitition had h'eer ,at tenipted by aambulance .o1icers; R;Iw lings' body.?ias tieleri to Sydno'y IHos lital, and thence to the- morgue: Rawlingis was bori iinGoulbuinp and recelved his :sciooling ,it Nortli tGoul hbirn and Boourke Street. He was .a inolon dli...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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From Everywhere Manslaughter Charge. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940

SFrom Everywhere Ilansiaughler Charge.., Arising out df the car accident oesultingl in ,fouro''dcahs'.th nIar Can. 'her;, a .ii n lhasli:.ie' ilr'r!: ested -on I ian slaughte 'iai:ge.'.: ., ini Hospital; i 'lheore ,,ero' 'l:5,?:atients in the District, ,Hospitia "l· i-ility, colllpared with. 98'IS 'iiti llihe i: i'responding day last ye'ar., Th hi dayy 107 alrs ago 'the patients' totalledt Burrinluck: Dam., ,;'.. Repairs' to 'tilo li rliijuck.. Dial are c!rtimated?. o' co 1t; 800 000 m'and witl tail:e saei';:years. tob: complete. T'ih bill to authoise t11.?ry vill be intro. dlueeil;il tliheState??liiinitellt thills sea. Lord M .vr'a Fund. '. 'T.he Ch)ief. Secretiy.i'y::l' Tonltking, a11111i 1d.llT(0 i:li Mayor,'Aiiderillman Criel, a:roudeiislderini??a!i poliiiosl' %o change (he l'hllne : 11f 'th Lid'ol'Ol°lii oIr'li Fund lto e it ' 1m0or Staite-wide appeal. 'The Prime; Milllilter,?-Mr. Mlenzies, spe ki ng: C at": tilhe: E, pi're -Service of Youth" 1. ini St.: .Andrew's-:. Cathedral ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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MR. G. D. ROSS [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940

SMR. D. ROSS.. ; ,':SYDNEY; TTiiesdaiy :.The?doth deto curlretltd;oday ot -MVi ,?orlgeiD .llos, I wl .was'Uhl?er Soei etityi.of. thle:ll la'tilheiit- of AgI iculitutu?elntil' his l .tl:eiieiit i. Mualcll"h.I'He :was 5: :year? F'He'joined tihe ilStiaitent '. s- ia boy fnail: 0w1rke'l .ip,, to thlie highest pool. tionl iln the -idepa r t?int,' His -cent "?etirenienIt Wis ,due to ill-health.. t . The oexecutie of thielariners anid Settidrs '.,Ass'ciJation is to seek ian early. an(l. explicit statenient frobni theo State-. and Federali authorithis .aboUtit the handlitng?otf s"wiheat durling: th; : il.l' ' :" :: : " , " . " " : i',

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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MR. JOHN McLAURIN [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940

.::MR.'. JOHN [McLAURIN .: Following a short illness, the death occurred, at his residence, 35 :Rey noldsh:treet; of Mr. John MAcLauril, aged. 73. Boirn at Bla'yney, Mr.. MlcLiauin; wass'the eldest son of the late Mr: and Mrs. Malcolm McLaurln.: He married the dsaughter of Mr. iand Mrs. John Piercy, 'of:Woodhouselee., For many years he was in the employ o.f Mr. Franilc. Isaac, at.:one time a well knownll surveyor. He afterwgrds ell gaged.-in roadl contracting, and as such' worked- on, the construction of 'the railway between Cootanmundra iand Gundagal. -He also carriedl, out the same class. o.f, work on thed rail. way from Goulburn to Crookwell." : Later Mr. MlcLaulrin took over a general store at Laggan' and on- rle linquishing businesS he was presented .with' a wallet of notes from his many old; friends and .vwell-wishers: of: the sufr' .uiidinng distrlcts. • Removing to GOoulburn, where lie had livedl until his death,- he was emnlloyed by the: Mulwaree Shire Council. until his re...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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OBITUARY MRS. MARY STACEY [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940

OBI?UARY Y MRS. MARY STACEY S'lTe deith 'occuirred early yester day morninig aj hier residlence, S H-Iamp hire:'Street, of lrs. Iary. Stacicyone of "Goulburn's" oldest residents.' She was withlin three monith, of cedldbrait ing 'lei '90th, birthlday. Altholigh csrs. Stacey llad -beeli inl failing liealth •for sonce ,tin'e she hiadl expecrienced only a 'week's icliness immedlately prloi to :her. death. : cThe late ',Mrs. Stacey, who Ihad spent .,66, years Lof her life ..in Couilburn,. c.w: s born . at 3errima, wichere hler pacencts, . cand cMrs"' HIarper, con ducted. tlie "Sui'veyor-Genceral Ildtel for sotiie years. Coming to Goulburn as' a. younllg womicn, MIc'.S Stacey .cand ier lu sbaind; thie late. Geor;,e Stacey, commenced business in 'c1S83 as gen eral storekeepers at promises adjoin ing the old Enici Inn., which ccwas sit ltated almiost 'opposite -Ioyts Ritz Theatre, later moving to a shop a few door away. They remained in- bhisi ness until tiheir retirement .1S y~ rs ago and ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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TENNIS MATCH Yarra v Collector [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940

T:.:TENNIS MATCH Yarra v Collector Collector tennis players paid Yarra a' visit on Saturday afternoon, the plidyresulting in a win for Yarra by Following are the scores, Yarra players mentioned first: MEN'S DOUBLES: V. Tauntonf and::L L.Smttit:'.. :I Hobbs and E. Gran ger, 6-3';; v. G. Granger and I..Drew, 6-1; v.W. Sheri dan and N. May; a-6:; ?:: Morton.:aiid K. Roberson .W-Vy, Sheridain andi1 N.. May, 2-6 `v. G:ranger and T.. Drew, .6-3; v E. HHobbs aniid E. Granger;' 6-4; I .Old and)F' SmithG. Graiger' ani T. Drew 66 r v1 'V 'Sherillannaln ay; G6; .-EHobbsaidlE Grange, --,?;ADIES' DOUBLES . T6rs. Taunfoinand.Miss .mith v Mrs. V. OG geri and Mis; .Mcln erneyi 6-2 Mrs South an ?idis R Grangery v JUrs Hadlow iid Mrs 2Iayr.6-5, v M4rs. V Grangevr andr M1rs nolierniiy,. s-c ; .,. { ... , ... . lid ;I~i ~np ,V "T aunto 'tndMil>'iss. P: Simith v E: Hobilisa?indr Mrs:F T G iangci ;: L. Smniitihi'd: Mrs Taitiintmi/:: .: Gi~angei oandi? iMrs: Ifclierniey; ,f- 3;?;: Mortoiiid, Mis.liSoti...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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TALL SCORE BY YASS Captain's Flat Team Overwhelmed [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940

I:TALL SCORE BY YASS Captain's Flat Team Overwhelmed. Ya:, .ss 3ias.y Cip tea m.comn ':liteCly routedl 'and overwllelil?d ih: .niuchi lighter alnd:'inexperli ::.'nced 1,'unptain's:. Fla telinam on. SVictoria P'ark fin Snlilhily irid iil1. ::. out-' winners :after a: veryS one-. isd Silne i ilhli' by- y71 pOhits ti5..,i Aithoaglh Ciptalit'l's q . litvhae a. veiry ;.weak 'ind: light team,f it speiaks i.ielvl fo?' Yass to be able to score 7.1 pointlgdigitist ainy .side, says the, Yas T'iiiile. ':Neve?:; biefore 'have , Yiism fains soediitithe locals thi;rov the ball ablout' anild 'co; bine ':in tlihesplenldid. inianl?ir that they didi on ,Suilday. Both forwards and backs playe:l good open`; f'ootlll. :There -as'a: ,good drowili present for .such a .?s:all miitch, :which was- handled 'by Scotty Dicksoni.: A:highlight 'of .the match hwal: Doug., Williams' six tries., '.. :Befoe conlimencing theniatch both teams observed ttwo mintites' silence in the *.centrb of thed field in rdnieni bran...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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CRICKET AVERAGES Kenmore Women's Club [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940

CRICKET AVERAGES Kenmore Women's Club Fol"oibvig ' ae the coinpetition averages of the -KeinmoebiWniiiei's Cricket Club, preItniersfor 1939'-40: ,.n. :'ramsoltt. . 1 ) ° , ":: i 84! 8: .5 L. MeIne.., 21 :T 120?'?1??103 70.76 .:% 'Kingston i 1 , 51:':, 480 , 10 F.6 Sti t l l .. '':.1S4(1ll :: J.FI 2gm5.5 K. 111uo 17 Ii 2:17;;19:3 M.. Malone *I 29 .,7.. 19 (. G rocl 12 4 1' 1l. 12.58 Alo?'`battd::, II Wilsonl, 9.33I V Poweri; ; Va ugian; -.75 D: (tibb; 5.88 T. Johnson 5;8; NP Tsamilltonr 5 ;.;l. C siitiierlai'dl .4.31 K. Diggs; 3.33,: I Risco, D. t ui 5,' 2 6 . N iuuinio," 2 . JIOWIAlNG 0 o.: R.. w. Avg: T eT ' 1t15.. 535 (3 8.49 TI' icigestii 107 54;4 60 9.06t V .l'*ier'' 36 1S84 16 11:5 P.'F T ,imsett':: . 101. 500. 32 15.62 D. Gr:bb . 45 257 12 2".4·

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BRISBANE CUP Tragopan's Win [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940

BRISBANE CUP : - . :Tragopan's Win: i : T'he'i success of :Tragop in in the -Brisbaie: Cup :yesterdiay added another .stayilng cupn winnel, to?the irecord 6f his sireTie l3ihzzartld (imp. desceniid 'ant b'of Ch bine :;::: : , : ?*^Tragopan a:; 'five-year-old ?gelding, i-istaced. byhis. breeder' Mr. J; G. Me Doigall;';'iipot'ei: (if. Tihe ;Bilzzard (in :j.ill .paitherahip with ,Mr; W. Kenri e it.ii ?s;,desenidanit of tie saime aiifte rill li-e .that' produced thle great ,Wakeftil. fis "izih; High .Cover, was byi-'HighIi- Force (imp ), son of Tracery, f:tronaiCdowli' by Ladluilad (imp. ), fron! -MoMlti'slbod.:by .Allbefmarl from .Nigllht malei;~i?y Pahnic (limp. from':Eveiiinh St 'i' ('ipip;) '.oby d. 6 d CO lifden: ,, . :''e,'Ie :Si'es e. Produce Stakles', winner, 'Condbr. is. also a,isdn of:.The: :Buzzard: Anibthel : son ,K::Iatangi,- won i:the:St; biC . r onil Satriiday'.. - ;*.. ;:1 . :Re'ilts:btof' the .priicipai iacea- riun ye'-'erday were:-.; ' ' . rioe.s' Proioce .:Stak es. 7f...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Bungonia Shoot [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940

B'ungo:- ia Shoot : nBUNi;bONA Tie ; eid?veiith monthly shoot i ii? iecideli f(rn) 700 ylrdls opn Saturdaiy. Tilei 1neaither conditions were goo0d0. T?his' slioot .Iln liecidied Mr. R.o - A:Tichler'es troplhy T. Cooper: wllon and thle next tillree bCiiredCl c1ash Scales '-:T: Cooper,: ~ (2j')23 Hiansehl, 23 ( ;e') i S. Cooe '23 (ser.) "23; 'V.Soeith (s .); 23;'B: Lathamn, 21 (_) 021; W Gale 17 (1) 1$;'M.D Cooper; 17:(ser ) 17; J Coopel, 11 (3) 14 On Satntlliy lexte;thile Rnvenswood Cup and-; . D;'Lakliaidi'" ladies' paccouln t of .ieIvy, 11i1 will be allot 0fi1 1om0111 00 yhrds

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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ON THE RANGE Marulan Trophy [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940

ON THE RANGE MarulanTrophy:: MIARiULAN- T,'. he sixth trophy .lon?ted by Mr G. C;. MIorrice wias shot uori at 800 yairds pon Saturday; ' the ihooting w?as good iind tliiainy, fine cddo'?s ,were recorded., .. The condlitiois ~?erer valii able ýa ight_ frottiil fishli-tiif mirage anill changeable , ighi:;` ! .eiiittiriniL dretfil 'ifteition i: - Baldocik ~as the o.ily ciompetitor`it :to iieaii tthe full score. Fibollowing; are thie scoies lori tlo stages of eight shots and t ,o sight. eis at S00 yards R B aldocki 38. (4) 40 i7 (3) 40 Ciag:: an 309 ( -) 39; 39 (1) 40 D Stli;th37:7 (2)? 39, .38 (2) f0,'; L Vooi°od;ird.,38 (3) 40; 37 ;(2) 3l; R eitliim .8 (s?rbi?)' 38.'38.(sci:r) 38, J. AlHodgg'i 31 (5) "30, 28 (5) ,33:

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Bazaar Helps Church Funds [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940

Bazaar Helps Church Funds It, is expected that a very creditable amount will he raised as a result of the bazaar held at the Church of Good Shep hrld, South (Goulburn, on Sat urll'day afterlloon. The bazaar, which was well ali tendedtc, was offlcially opened i li3 Mrs. I; : I cKeovwn, wife of the Vice=. Dean, .who congratulatiled those < sponsible fo? the: oreigalsiattoii' Mrs McKeown also: referred !to tie heav ily la en:`stalls wh' ch; shel sal d;: r flected grean c t edi :.:'on the ld ides concerned. MIrsO' ORb'Raliies suiltably ',responded on ;behalfiof. the. Women's Guildl The .stalls. werm well patronisid; and large entries were receivedl for the various conipetitions conducted' during 'the afternoon.

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THE STRIKE [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940

THE STRIKE Mr. Nelson, the president of the Miners' Federation, in a state ment in Sydney on Sunday, accused the Prime Minister of Australia. Mr. Menzies, of caus ing "civil war" when he stated that he was about to assert the authority of the Government. It is a curious outlook some of our industrial. leaders have. .If they break the law it is done in the interests of 'the people, particu larly the workers; if the Govern ment enforces the law it is civil war. .Actually, as we pointed out when the strike was announced nine weeks ago, civil war had been declared by a section of the community in order that, a strangle-grip could be enforced on the community to benefit a particular section. Nothing has happened since then to make us change our view. Itcan be agreed that- the men have, a grievance,. but they hlave been told that if they go back 'to work their griev ance will.be given immediate con sideration by.'the Court. A strike is only justifiablei:to our mind, to draw public attenti...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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When Germany Knocks At The Door Fight For Freedom Of The Press In Sweden [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940

When Germany Knocks Fight For Freedom Of The Press In Sweden Sweden has had a free press for 174 years, guaran teed by one of the most liberal constitutions in the world. The Free Press Statute of 1812, Magna Charta of Swedish' journalism, is one of the four basic laws of Sweden.-, It,. gives every citizen the right to publish what :he pleases,, - makes censorship of any kind illegal. The Premier of Sweden, Dr. Hanssen Ever since the rise of Adolf Hit ler, Germany has been throwing knives at.Sweden'.s press, blilsgenn-. ing at. Swedish officials to mnake them muzzle the newspaper?. :Prince Vlktor zu Wied,.German Minister in Stockholm, calls almost` daily, at t:he. Swedishl Foreign Office to. complaiil ablout news stories; editoria -, ;ida ' vertisements (e en iii: .remiote pro vincial lilapers) thliat;i ight E::offend delicate ,Nazl:scii sibilities :. .. ; Eve before the outhirea. of' war last September, a steady streaim of circulars came to the press .fromt Sweden s nervous Goveran...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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PATRIOTIC FUND [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940

PATRIOTIC FUND T\lie Goulburn total of :tlhe 'Lol' Mayor's Wair and Patriotic Funl:i i.\; stands: at £276/19/., Latestl addltidons to the lofund re £1/1/ from ,Al.d E. I DaIrcy,; nd. £4/18/ froim the diance and: catrd l1ai ty held : iilt' tronti; pe'r Mrs.. Ef: M lh. Reler aild Mrs' :-' .: Dalton. ,

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"I Like My Life" This Is A Strange Story Of Real Life That Comes From America, A Reminder That It Takes All Sorts To Make A World [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940

"I Like My Life" This Is A Strange Story Of Real Life That Comes From America, A Re minder That It Takes All Sorts To Make A World The neighbourhood near Church and Flatbush Avenues in Brooklyn, New York, was mostly friin land 60 years .ago, An immigrant German wood carver blught one of the:fields partly by his own labour, put tp a two-storey wooden house,' and settled in with his wife and their: five-year-old daughter. The little girl's nalme was Jose phine Amelia Claudius.:, After she grew,up, she used to say that she was descended from one of the Claulian' I'mperors of Rome. 'his, statement dil not surprise Mrs. McGee and "Mrs. McCormick, who. lived nearby, nor Milton Bruck at the stationery store, nor tle lieople at the Lincoln Sav ilngs Bank on the corner. They knew Miss Claudius. Accordling to tlhe considered opin ion' Of the .neiglibourhlood, Miss Chluldlius was' not I insane. She was the -smartest person l"in those parts. Everyolle ,'kne w that she' 'ihad, monIy." She also h...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Red Cross At Towrang [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940

Red Cross At Towrang Towrang branch of. the. RIed` crosn' Society;receetly ".held:, a'" ,bazaa't nr hi: sports . meeting, 'followed by ia da'nce at night. The ,effort vhich l,was" sp lenidly organised, resulted i £3'1 / beig raised Sporting events` resulted :,omen. -Throwing, .tli bi:on;? :,Mri. T.b Emerton; wheeling the bar`row, .bliss Betty Shepherd; stopping distaince, 'Mrs. T Eintertoii; throwilin lball in buclet Mi's:. V. Emnerton; nail driv ing, :'Mrs. C l orpltet. .,en---Light ing candles ,1:" Qnin; hail driving, KQ:::inine iv wheeling t.e :barrow, N. Lacey;. thro)wing at wicket, N. Lacey; bowliig ::at : vicket, EB. Brogden; bioycle e:race, Neville Grocott, boys' bicycle:: rce, Bob Carver.

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