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BRITAIN AT WORK AND PRAYER Course Is Justified By Urgency [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 27 May 1940

BRITAIN AT WORK AND PRAYER SGourse Is Justified ..... 'By Urgency "' . ' *' ' _ SLONDON, Sunday: While the King and Archbishop of Canterbury led the peoples of the Empire in prayer at Westminster Abbey to day, a large part of Britain was working on the production of munitions in reply to the Govern ment direction that every worker on a war-time task should continue as though it was a week day. 'The Suinday 'imes describes this as a co(>rse entirey justi Sied by tihe perilouts muigency of tle fi{ghting outlook, which is without precedent, in Ihritish history. SReports fromndifferent ,parts of the country show that the tiansport ser vices co-oporatcl: in tl:he highest de gree '.to cdnsure that the aworkers ar rivedc at thli':acteoles in a normal week-day mliiiaier anid the atmosphere of cheddrftil;'rdsplve among the work ers generally tob give obf thei best is iregarded as .an extrenmely encourag lng sign'oqf: the deterinied spirit of the country.s . . K " -,NTERItU'UTI[ON lThe 13B...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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HOCKEY ON SATURDAY Wests Overwhelm Kenmore NORTH HAVE A WIN [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 27 May 1940

HOCKEY ON SATURDAY Wests Overwhelm Kenmore NORTH HAVE A WIN Wests, last year's premiers, showed a return of their old .form on Saturday by overwhelm ing a weakened Kenmore side by six goals to nil when play in the men's A grade hockey. cormpel'" tiog 'was continued on Saturday.. :' -lAiiioughl IKenmore we e .wneakeffed: b'yi tilie absence obf. IcAlaetHrllietiu eild Conley-all st'tala ts .oft ' e tdioi. -os-iwell d til e Wibtl'ghitelut play tliit the iresilt,.Woild 'never .;have beenit III (louibt even.I.it .(leitmoti'e.lifil' fieldedi t. itti'egul " 'ti f ib' teitiiti'oie 'lio wei .' fvouredi' for, 'the ganie,: .playell; iii r,'aggetllfaslrti'no, ald altlionligh Stephens ' . iyi'; i lils i*'si1l' reliable torm h'dwi hI:bvioufly" at, '.i loss. witliolt McAleer iand ' ihi eil;tll b'otii or. woiii Sarel prolific scorers: '-Wess displitaiyed goodi teamn ,worh aiid:,theli.r:shoit stta.sppy passingi dia. obii'cet ile their, older sandl: miore 'e hlieileiicel eiopll)tlents. t'Phe wilnners ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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ROAD CYCLING Amateur Race To E. Murdoch [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 27 May 1940

ROAD CYCLING Amateur Race To EMurdoch Saturiday's fi-ve- unile-, rdid ilice for senior and Junior riders was ton by E.: Murdoch, who rode a goodl race from scratch td secure ,first place .and fastest time. . : A strong cross-wilndl wa's blowing and. the going was very hard, but all three scratchnlen\ litde, m ther:vwehy to the front to secure. threeo..f theo first four places.. R'fdsults: :t. ·, Ei. 1urdotth(scr.) 12:.45 3i-5i,. ast est time ...,: . :i::, ..., 1 C. T'atewell.(30sed.)!, 1 t.37.:....:. 2 J. Carver >.sci.) 1!2. i2 1-5. 3 A. Friend.(scr.), 12.513 . . 4

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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RUGBY LEAGUE Group Eight Wins Trial Game [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 27 May 1940

RUGBY LEAGUE Group ilght* ? Tri Game op8 dvs fth Gaioi 17 by 11 points to 8inthel CountryV Week trial. game, playled at Qucanbeyal yesterday... Tlie gate rect·plltso, it is uhntlerstood, amounted- to between £50 antd £60. Last night .a team was chosen front the Group 8 and Group 17 sidtes to play a team froum the South Coast division i n a further trial gamne tit Goutburn nlext Sunday.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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For Those Who Try And Fail [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 27 May 1940

For Th osW;i: o Try jndl itIr SY DNEY Modlonidn : estioge ronsfor the'liniiediate issiiue of imiedu tlo voluinteers rejected fori theA. I' and' thiei settilg;il.; iof citizen: iecruitligs conimiitteee iti al im::unicipUilties a nd shires lIivrd' Ioen: .inidel by the' redmi: erill ?iresideiitd of. the R.SL. S'ir Gilbert i)yeitt " ho '.samid. hd intedlod.i wuild re1mivo\e the I.caluse of :coitillailn fthei-trej t hoeectei?i aiitilby il' thelr'ai pearancea 'is the-stueds 'ot 001 stns 1~~'iin:t Lhbeimlltdt'~ lid'il u

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Scarlet Fever Four Additional Cases [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 27 May 1940

Sc rlet Fever Four Additional Cases No fvewr tlanii foi alditial 1 cases of scaflet f we e rveie liortedain Goulbuz e at the av eekl 1n(1 soibstaitiating tichebelief eE pressed las w'iek that theep dlieic;s whilch has j beel rgis in Gainb urn fo rseveral usonto In addition to at 12-yearod i £romuEppiing, who contracteld tie die ease whiile holidayleig lus Golburn --shoe Wis5taken by aili ascell itoth Pilxce 1flesniy Hospitail usSlno yestesiday-tlsho weekenid saw the nil mission to:tiso Dilsict Hopi t o tihree dohtiserci( child il boot ti ase tie owe thr alpatients, inclodink t wo sdsit~ as ere dischiarged p's 050 isolatiosi nel; as, a result tise niumiberso sea Fev sr eases rkeceiviicti stsneiijt ii ii se wards rrntaino at 25 f thIpso oii two 'os thiao t ro;;adnts i,

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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IN CHARGE IN BRITAIN [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 27 May 1940

IN CHARGlN BRITAIN General Ironside (above), who was Chief of the Gen'eral :Staff. of the Expeditionaryi' Forces": has been made Commander-iMn-' Chief of Home .Defeinces .in, 'place of Sir ^Walter Kirke; who ,:-* h. ..* has resigned.7' ,' . , ,

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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ALLIES FIRM HOLD ON CALAIS AND DUNKIRK THE FLEET SMASHES TANKS WEYGAND CONFIDENT AND SATISFIED Fierce Fighting In North FRENCH CLAIM TO HAVE UPPER HAND IN THE SOMME AREA [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 27 May 1940

g~~ ~LEET S~Q~ASHES TANKS WEYGAND CONFIDENT .AND SATISFIED Fierce Fighting In Nortli FRENCH CLAIM TO HAVE UPPER HAND IN THE S0MME AREA PARIS, Sunday: The French spokesman said this morning that the Commander-in-Chi ef of the Allied Forces, General Weygand, was "satis fied, confident, and full of hope." LONDON, Sunday: The Allies are holding Calais and Dunkirk firmly and also the citadel of Boulogne. .This has been officially an nounced in Paris. It is also officially stated that British war ships are firing over Boulogne. They crushed several German tank columns approaching the coast. The enemy attacked the outskirts of Bou logne until the British Navy intervened. It was also officially reported in statement that Calais is still in Allise.. LOlldoil to-nighlt that thde AllieS w\ere hlolding CAlais. The British Expedi tionary Force wasi fighting, nmagnifi cently along with the Belgians and irencllh ,and they h|ad repulsed all attackts:",::: · - "The. Gerniliis litunched a :strong off...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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BRAIDWOOD CATTLE SALE [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 27 May 1940

BRAID WOd CATTLE SALE Attenitionl is direted" to 'the 'advCr i.ri ent -Itin to:days 'issulee giving do; ,ton?l ol the:,speciall cattle sale to be heil iid t':~li ?,iih;oil' ,l' ot Fidilay, June 7 by Schute Bell;:: )3Badger', Luiby. l;td, i\lio: i\ll 'offerri. 00o :ail of ex. IL good cittle: 1.ist clalmled-l that the irdlnig.f?to 'ithe?\~lvio1)o1ns of qual ity i00(' c'Loniltioil ? ,; l., be: the be t eeiit ti:iildibood i.oar it considerable lIsle -'·~! ;l

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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SPARK FROM CRACKER Baby Suffers Burns [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 27 May 1940

SPARK FROM CRACKER Baby Suffers Burns SA. six-iionlhs-0old Tiralga Schild sliiffe'di severe liiiiis d(iii' 'ing thIe E1ipiri)Day. fijreworlks c.eleb'nitions at ITnlga early on : F"di'a ziighlt. ' The'ichild, who is nowy i" piatient ' in' a Goulbiiri hospital,- iwas i Robert ' Lloyd Hewitt, of :Orehurd Street, Taralga Fi.earing that crackers willi which otlier' liemberis of' t'he famnily wei'e pylgayis hoiily after thli even leg mncal might Injuie the 'infant, thle laltei' was pIlaced i Illsn phlxPlii 'and '~hecled' tito the likitcliehn." ' A' few n'illnutes 'later, it is'uneiler stood ,'ianiothfo'i: chIld playfully 'tii dW a small ciackei ifto the .kiclitent file, wli'hee 0it explodcd illhibowli'ng ' skia'irkI into the pram anid setting fire to the coyerlng'g DBefore thU 'babhy could 'bli-. rescued and .'the blae 'extligulshed: lieh:i;ccli ed severebit urins to the left t'obtand was-rushlid to a dctoir, whi . ordcried :hl eembval to .libspitl. , .'. Th -'TiiGoclhurniAinhuilanhcewas ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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From Everywhere Grenfell Patriotic Gala. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 27 May 1940

From Everywhere lren fell PI'iitrlotilc (ali, It is believedt thant ntlrofit of Dp ilroxitntely ,?£ S1150will.bIe dtlscloshdl when the balance sheelct for: Greifull't. riccllt gala week itn aid of lat rlotle fulltlds is pl'reslltedl. ' C(lnrllt?cr'i Ilcc iils ' " At the :Caliluorrarecruitling~ depot oni Thursday,:- 20 volunteers: eni]lstOtl:i in the AI. i,' an1t allpissetd. mledlcd exanmilatioln Th': h iiib'elnei:a tbtal' for. thle tiWs 1days of tpi : ci ut Iteil Is ,11" *.- ' ?.?.5?}.:?' k ,2''-! .? Iloadtln to I nIn ceive.ol. , IThe Quealn diiuiio?liicil distsled;; at some'.length; thi i4 ilestil. of re-. dtlucing the road gang.'owing to the:: state of :the: finanlices ;Iand it wli:s finally ddciled thait tihosid htresoat'Cti" omlployed; be pitit. on lithe I.Capitin.' Flat streets;:, anitld"l given :'.fotice .ot: terminailion f? thli entr', plbyinelel oti-t co.mitioio :tof ,this·lv?' ?.: Oily :l few of :tlie l teiployas\ are. to Ie retaine .I Council Sonvei;i,: r At the;elose ofit...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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WOMEN'S HOCKEY Decisive Win For Bluebirds [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 27 May 1940

WOMEN'S HOCKEY Decisive Win Fod Bluebirds I: llhi?'hirdls delbfeated; .C'? '. h " . :(i goals to nil whl'ie'play.in ithe niomen's hoctkev 'conmpel itlo 'iw1 c ontinued on Saturday.-.: .. - As thiie scotre iltliciltes, the game was veryt one-silted, inld thle Alosdr.. it:ti p little ooplositiotlt with; the?i?k cel)tlon .of :Nell Chllltenadlhe t hoa ilti'hedl wteli. :rThe wietilerst contifi n etd .l ' antll thdiaoughly: teseieitedalitheir w?ilt. Tlhey slitold give t good cot a:it o tlhelnt selyvs in: .future ,m.atchlles;. I Do0hty (o1t) tWebbe ",(4i md .Wiiighlnotted" ' foiit filuebirdts; '('h e iganioe liitweentj Kltttnlteoiv itlr High Shliool resulied' .int t: ;ir for a thi roitme' .jby 7 'goal t:l . Altoulgl?h ieli lienton,t Hgigh S~ciooli rihyeo.: - soind game',. iE. Coopo?t beint: oilr YsLindli ng..:At hialr-tti titi.l?h?theisco n: sto'td tt 3 to idl; btit Ketniorttiiilck ly itadded, 4 iootre ggdoalsbefort (ftll title ctiame. ,Tanisett: (3), .Ordch ,(2.) S?q?ulres and't 'McGuline...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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CRICKET Wheelmen Club Averages [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 27 May 1940

CRICKET : Wheelmen Club A. . ', verages .i,,; The Wheelmnen Cileket: CGlub'a | nouniiices the 'following avenrages ,for ' the 1939-40. season:: :.,. , .' .. . * Jl3' (lAfLS g .,;."'flS 1^*. ^ ^ Avg.' N . H u "In t . - -1 0 1 3 7 .7 . 2 5 , 7.2'.7 'PT. Poldevnl, ' 9 1:' 7. 7;)-37,0"'4i.2, -I Poldevinll . 17 ?i109i'3 6i 9 3 ?;i 9:a E. -B-ildei O' (lc l. g3 o.* " u id' n.?. '0 " ; ::,; .9if-." 2E38:,@ E";.:Cuill ni:i.,:I- i 5((,y...3. 4^ n'.0.0 ,:20':, i.:;D< ,'-,5 s l.'esii'o'tesssnotl/fot.,T, ., 5 .iiil i; . Sor :vtteh . :ottl 1.7 dy .Wiiu dsl . 7.3 ; i;:'R '6u's S ilii'il i'. .D.'{?,0b er'tspn; r .il5;3'.7.;75)? '?it taeli,:.1r5n2 as,^ ;A.i':smiltliT',"O~f;:.Ilt:'HIoii'd'er.'i.tgi.BG';' A" ' -II :17 F. Poidlevinl 5'Y' ICri ;" G I lotter 3;7 : 'A i l' Stoniei'S: :,...''. Rowsliu E; Cullen -7 -37-. i.7 '43 ' N. 'Hunt ,:; ..'.34-2(62. i 03,,;'20.1.i - 'Godfrey .;:;,409230.'i 1,f- 20 9: DI. blobez'tsoi0 90 100 21OO3' 21'3 IOf L.;:Meeth: .::., -.. 44 3 3 161, /I ; ;(2 12 Rti S...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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WINTER TENNIS COMPETITION Players Encounter Cold And Windy Weather ROUND FIVE MATCHES [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 27 May 1940

WINTER TENNIS COMPETITION Players Encounter Cold And Windy Weather ROUND FIVE MATCHES Players taking pact in *the winter tennis competition on Sat irday afternoon had to conten'ds With extrrmdly unpleasant 1at': A~". Git oir, O W 3i~ nes (pd .rloets, a'bo 'i'n l bltte lj' cbMdiai.od a"? '.ht'y:.'::'?'l'il'.d'[, Sx~eiit~ .'['lior-:' dourt~si[' M!a./tcheson aed'Miss Doogtley tt Ond; i ell s ld"r s s . i .ni s . A :? ?. Gl so. ir . ',: r:;: l~ e-':,!: : .~l;::. i SlO'?471v:.i~;i:i q' ;': :::"::: .ooley .-:, 3?ao? Miss: ists Dcble,::;,"31 i' [By! ' finon and ti·s.:113ye' M:o:in.te tGilSln; A d ol~, - Mi -li 'i I'll . 6.2i;: By." n?y,' nd,'iilici ?P.M. ;g s et?"; gnes;. P.M. I,, , S?.RailwaY 1 Jv Chirch :Reod. :1i. :o: ' : iOrford - It~k C'.) Lynch i- S" HHl" yp 'if, :ind: . AnbD ,:: 6, . oo6-0;: yMiri Cl1ilin.l n rd' rs FIyench v AG.oi?n;. ,hite.and MnMi, C ici2'st'ngV T-6,y 6-, H l;:Oiifo'il,'an 1; :S.lf :ChinD t'an v --'!:, 'aridt l M rl's.: F i'd i nc li .\;(1 'S . .:I I tll 'it r "i...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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COOMA RECRUITS [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 27 May 1940

COOMA RECRUITS COOMA. Mnold(ny:-As 1 h resuilt of a recrtiting appceal by two ret uf?red noldiers at a Coomla liand concert, 11. young men volunteered for eillistment in the A.I.P. Four others, it was tull nounced, luind ulbmltted appllcat?idts direct lan the last ofew daYt?.

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"WIZARD OF OZ" Spectacular Film At Empire [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 27 May 1940

"WIZARD OF OZ" Spectacular Film At Empire Not since Walt Disney's famn ous Sl-colour cartoon, "Snows Whiite and the Seven Dwarfs," has the talking screen witnessed, : anything quite so enchliantinge and refreshing as M-G-M'. film .er : slon of L. 'F. iBaum's fantasy, "Tlie Wizard of Oz," which coin Sineiced a special week's release Sat thlie Empire Theatre before crowdedd houses., oi Saturday. .. As was the case with Disiey's masterpiece of entertainment; "The Wizard ofOz," which quite faithfully follows. .Baum's qualint and rather subtle fairy tale, has been filmed in technicolbur, which gives 'full flay our to the'many delightful scenes in which the production abotinds.' Un like the inanimate characters 'of "Snow-White, ' however, "The Wiz ard" and the'innunierable strange blit fascinatirig figures surroundifig him in the niysterious land of. the Muncliklns and of course, the Em erald? City of 'Oz itself--a bri'eath taking vision of -loveliness and gran deur--are portrayed' by som...

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HOMEBUSH SALES [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 27 May 1940

HOMEBUSH SALES SYDNEY, Mlondav: Wlnchconlbe, Carson, Ltd., report: 38,340 sheep allnd lambs were onl offer at Home bush to-day. Values were 2/ lower and in places more. On the hoof in the yards, good to prilnme ewe mut ton made 25.d to 3d1 per pound, wethers 3td to 3td, hoggets 4d to 49d, lambs 5.1d to ;d, suckers GBd to 7d. Good to prime ewes, 9 to 12 months' wool, mtade 17/ to 21/, later shorn 14/ to 17/; wethers, 9 to 12 months' wool, 20/ to 27/, later shorn 16/ to 19/; lambs, hoggets, and suckters, 22/ to 27/. There were 2407 cattle andt the mnartket declined 5/ to 10/. Good to prime realers Inado 43/ to-51/ per 100 lb, steers 41/ 0to 45/, helers 37/ to 42/, bul locm-!. 2./ to 40/, ow~s 32/ /to :S/,,

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£50 RAISED Carnival For War Funds [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 27 May 1940

£50 RAISED Carnival For War Funds Prospects are th-t the Lord Mayor's Patriotic and War Fund will benefit by at least £50 as a .result of the patriotic carnival held in Auburn Street on. :Friday and .Saturday esnings. ;:.a Althoutgh the Lcold :weatte"? loti t' lessly~ tnillitpted against th '' canlal- I the relponi'e frohn teie publicvas ?aen finittely ilalnplioilting aind?smiall re witri:. l'i ':the geat amount of 'workl pilt ino.thleeffortl biy .lte :oiganinin'i committee nti thsoe who. assisted in otter ways~ 'Thetre ise a.'w : larigie crowd presoent on Frildavt.ve'enihg,. whei,':tlee vadriotts st-ills' aild l mii 'es oft' l kill were well it.ti;ttitiled bhit':t!ie a'ttendairced on Sat titurdavv n'igit' ?.ii?i:not mor.e :than a5 htit idfl of ?e ople .Auilthi " Sltreet oe :tw~; ittaguet. ?od Cliffoitd Street.' Wvs: lotolti.t'; ttaffic and this greay faiitiitte tli elt bhduct of t:he 'carniva'i. whi'i:~cihil hlell.. ont tvpic'tlines aIid .ave'- m odlourfiftl touch.t to Gdotlbturn:s...

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ENLISTED Four Goulburn Solicitors [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 27 May 1940

SENLISTED Four Goulburn Solicitors I;iur (,ootllurn soilcltors, wvho "'inchide Aid, lain R. Duffs, for-' crly lMayor of. this citys, have vol Unteered for overseas service.: The.nTle ws 'which indicates that tlle aegal profossion: lli Goulburn' will have repalesentaatloa in thd 2lidA~I.F.A at leaist e'qual to tliat giaineld in thle 11114-18 war; -:follows anl iaifoirmal fa:irewell' tendolredli last iilght to Alid. DuIffyy who 'p ld a abilef ist to' Godul buri ·on final leave. :·Thel thlree obthleia:volIi teelrs inchlude Mir :::D ffy's chief -clerk, Mr ..Gordon " Solomonua who hasi e'lilisted ;'ina tle Arminy,:and Mr. Ray B::Blaer, o:f tlhe same staff h;' oliai;sisubinittted .tian ala laltatioiafoate Alar Forcel- ? - 'Ma .Bal'er it iwill hbe ricalleal fig ii'eil'aa ,a' I. al in e alplflicationlto t tlie Suplireme +Coiiat bo:me ihaoiathsi ago fdr aials?,isioi: ais .a 'olicitbo: despite t?e ai:ht tlaitlsix l aanth Os f hiS:: irticlds thianoaiaiie :: :T.liaa u he t:iplipacitia nwas niaj...

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MUSKETRY SHOOT Possible Scored By A. Buss [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 27 May 1940

MUSKETRY SHOOT Pssible Sco;red By A. Buss Bitterly cold conditions: Dre vailed for thb muslketry. 'shoot Iheld by the ,Goulburn IRailway Ambulance Rifik'Club at (600 '?irds off SaturdSlay 'fterioon. A. Buss nas tlhe only competitor to reach the' pidSsibl ewith ianndic?p added. Top s;core of the day nWas recorded by C. ?asler w'ho registered 36 off the gun." SconesA: ? uA :.. s, 34, ()I, 40; W. Larcounbeo -3 " 35 ( ,l 8; S Hee Ross, 34 (C4), 38; C.: H Ile ?. G (1),. 37 'A. Gar th, 31 (6), 3?i;-M. Johnstone, 32 (4), 361 JaoJ?'nson, :i1:(i), :3;'.P. Mumbersonn .,.;((), ,SG; ( J. CCarman, 31 (4), 35 ;B ]Denny, 28 (6). 34; '4 Watel;s, 26 1() 3; C. Henderson, "Sn (5), 33 R.t Wonm?y; I, (3)) 3"? H. W Ross, 39 (2), 32; H.. Fletcher,21 (S),. :Next Saltuindy tihe, C.R.A. Clunb w,in" hold its finanil nnonthlly slnoot ait 500 yands.

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