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WINTER RINKS Murray Cup Bowls [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 13 May 1940

S . WINTERIRINKS. 1 Murray;Cup Bowls. *>. Further intitches'.were piilayed '*oni :Saltud'ay riafternooin li the ':':: Goulbuirni Biv'giGlu li's wlihiter Sinks :icdonipetltnf n ifor iho Mur ::.:The. afternioon's 'iplayei resulted: !;^'.Kini; .:.hadliw,' :Adams; Davldson. 20; flv'''northiwlc;-k, foss, Jacksoi, Gubiljd; 14?F'ial'irall:: Thomas,. Moror, Hulds' i'24 ' v:Foor(l',::Siparke;Alkin, .McIeadii 8 iD;.: :D. Fipaitrckh -Murrar, C;. :Ad;iams, Iarsibs'. 9;' v Oraniiger, Oa lio';-:Wyihteoi"'d oldhv,18;, .Cunm mih'sn:O' Keedfe.'igipcke,' 20,; :v" Dr, IMdrris, P;i.Flan;. Fitzpatrick' i17; *Ayre, 'W yinn ' fRoliertsdnf"f r290' ;.v Qih|n, WilkleNicholoi 1.1. '

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAR NEWS IN BRIEF [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 13 May 1940

WAR NEWS IN BRIEF The German advance iln Holland and 3elgiunl announllced 'in':the -later edition of.a tlhe 1ost-on, oil,'i" nlgatt Ilhs not pi'oceedled:aicciLrdiig to plahn. At thile same timi6i 'alie lvance has be?li nade? tlilroliglill;e'iectlion syhel e it {was linowit to bie wealk the jino tions of the" tw?ewo detence s'ystemn be twen lHolIlhid ?iiid ilgiinh.s ;Pai'rchute tri aps ?'lltlcu il'r in: IioliOnid, liave beeii s iiied eteissiv ely but Hii ainsstc'sses soellnlto bii vi failled: isn thiei:s iobject"."',lttlugh: ina R~tierdnaii soie of'" t:ihenii aie .s till hIoldllig out :i?sb:rtldilldns i th'e centreaot the ci 2,:Th'ri:e :Grnipii ,'als t's-crossedl the. Y:si:i~ ivenr labot it idlo'h iiisihe Dltrecl fiostiter Iii the nie'sntisn 'th Cornsinsi ia coith iniltg, th ?eis eadous a i to breiak tiroughi: and:i itis; too soon ysie to say hio souccesaftit thevi-siev bqdie.' The:inaiinnei; in w;:hiich tile; attaicks a?re beiisg l: iet lI'y. bothi Dtcli' arld' Belgeians1 re.,t.ilc:...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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LATE EDWARD CHUCK [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 13 May 1940

i' LATE EDWARD :CHUCK r Ei?iiiC'sci.k, whose (ieath iat thenge of 7:?,eai..is was briefly: an nounced in' tlie Evellng :Post lakEf F rhlay, wans a niitive f Norwood indi hadi silente:nt dt? whole of hlis lifei.n Goilblln.i. Hi l pai:ents cilile fro11m Englalilnd ? ind lie?.they settleid -il Goiiliiii' tlir e tovlsliwniiii' dil nt co0-1 priso moie iliii:ia h lialdful- of 'barI( The-lite:.Mr. :Chick ?vas :it one time nlinager of htle AlAr ldc late iiuri'y ind Wais also employed 1 fo'l, tiime iat thil Chitsbiry -slat quil rry :Hie spent soielyes :ini te liisrvice of tle Mil wares Siiirle ,Conilnil iniii (vias lhighly rega irled asi' a i "oefitief ili and t?tist-? wnftliy'employd-e :Mr. Chuck is slu?vived by his idolow, nild two diaughters, Mrs IIHuggett (55 Aubihlr Street) . and Miss, .Laure Chtick" (3 Clintoii St:eet): 'HIlealso eIdavies thidieelrothersi Thollnis ::(Sydl sey), ' Tanies .(Bowliiing), a?l: Jack (Queenslandi . .One 'daughter and fouir biotlheis plredeceased 1hin..

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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40 HOURS DEVOTION In SS. Peter And Paul's Cathedral [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 13 May 1940

o0 HOURS DEVOTION In SS. Peter And Paul's Cathedral Large colgregtliols were- lre aent in SS .Peter aind Paul's(Catli :.edral yesterday .when the:ai iialn : cereilonies associiatel 'wltli i lit t.'For;tv Hours Devotioii were: crni inenced. Tile cr?emoiniese actiially. begnlin"t the: .:close: of the thirld ii Mass y.:yestei ida:y mollirniwieig wli a- sieolini lrocei sion 0o f-the Most 'Be.?i d .Sirail?it was condicteid:. wvitliiltli ten Cthedilial termiatiiU at. the. Altai :o'1 ReDosbe 'wheiee Expositilol of theiBlssed Sac ainent ?ivaas codbndiected thiobagliount :ii? dtay aind upt to' a late libui:- at:: nigl-t; At 7.1 : p.i .: the, HIoly -Iout :cei:er monies :,were held ,ihil.e litige congre-, gationsi wveo: also "iresent ;at eaclh of:01 d t tliie e Maiss'c.;dleb~li teld d hii ilolrllin i at ' 7 and : :: a.m inthel;r heing- many comhuililcants.. Houi'Tiy' w'atclies .befo e the Altar o:bf Repose. were aigain maintained to-ilay aini the; ceremonioes will conclidie to-morrow mo!ining ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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MRS. E. A. CUMMINGS [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 13 May 1940

:-MS E. A. CUMMINGS -:: The:' death b cucrried Ssod]dely ?at heiiir .:esidence,' 3,0 Sloane: Sti6et;:.:dn Id'iday' morning at "5irs' Elizabete Aiii; Cu niiii ng.' She -was 77 yeai~isdta ',he lia ite, Cm mings ws.tli di:glhtex o? the' latde',: iansiMi.~s ChalRman, o':f Tairlo, whlo ..were very; ol0d,:esidiltls of.'b .t t?htt centie. Mi'sN Ciuirnilngs wias ibrn ini the dietyict and had reieldd 'it. Tai'lo "Vfoi :many yeairs before' coming to :'Goulburn wlhere she: liad livl :ait' Sloiine. hree, foar ten' yeiar:n .": . ::-. . fM:rs. Cummings; is soi!vived i'by a wilowei;':Mr. "MrRiclhard Cuiinilaigs, andl a0 son,? Aired (Sy?dney) -. : :Mrs;. Railcer (Goulbuhn),: Susan (Sydney) -:Edi:th (Sydncy) ni'e sisterz .The.' ftuileral loft' ' Craig's ('gI)arlohi;s it tlihree o'clockj 'dn Satuiday after riooi fr tlhe Churcli; f: Eilglillnd come itry.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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ACCIDENT IN AUBURN STREET [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 13 May 1940

ACCIDENT IN AUBURN ;STREET I ttle is liknown oftui iedlittltC ent Avitc is ,taSted .ti tdo liiav'e: ocu'i'et l :e at': tio .intersectionir of. Aubitri ;tlid : Clindto. -StrLets y;stearday!'moriihg bt itit is unlderst6od that two' young imel:t weire thitrow it ftom a inotor cycle inl ietre fort ttuile to escape i? injury.:. It wits re,, tortti to the oin?t'tihotlin thulant . thatitt as a renitfof; tho accidenit , mant had" been kniocked tunconsciotis and itihat: ahotlieri· s :ii tit dazed -celtititon. Ai mudinbillaunce auickly reachedi the scene afte? : ithe call .'was mnide but'0on0 a rie?il it w)aniti Tounttl:lhat bothi mon ihad-,i apl:riati , recovered :from tlie :effectis': of theirt f'la andtind cdihilittiedtitheirt jotii fey iThe tidter. of the miotor cvc!e: it i?i Imlderstoodt: was'a ithol. assistta rt . stidin;a~ t Easit Gotilb?ui.:: : ':

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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MR. D. R. BROADHEAD [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 13 May 1940

i.'. I:?MR.: 15RI':iR?:BRoADHEAD:: , 'The (odeath occurred onie S aturda nighlt at t:.he Goulb'uirn District Hos-. pital, : w. here he - li'id been ' - pi -tient for the past six months ' o l Mr. Daid Riilp BrBlotdhlieid;: aged 7i7;:anld ilden tity of the Bugqnila.i' district-. RThe: third, son: of the lale: Mr. and Mia.:-sJohnI Broadlhead., who iwere nimongst the first seittlers at .3Boi' gonii, M r.:Broaldhead w'.s born at, Invernaiy? Pairk 'anid had: spelt tlio whole of hls life: thit'e" He 'and his brotheirs carriedoi~ fanLrming altld g'az lig.' for nuaily years, and at one time exhibteld in the farm and ;prolduce section :at country; shows.,, :' : _Througholit his: life-Mr. :BroIdidhoad manifested ?a keen inteorest .in the oaf fairs of the Progreiss Assoelittlioi, Rifle' Ctlub' a'd other movefentiC.its Buingdnla :while lhis wife: h as, bieen secietliry of :.theiBuingnila hLiabia o-: lthe Cduntiy Wowombli's :Assocliitioii ,slicd its inc letloi:" ., .f. M:;Besides his widow,: the...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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TWO FINED [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 13 May 1940

.At: thei cGbllburn.;Plilce Couirt'tlils mornlihg i~'Edrd- Horace Wralcott; po( Aubibrh Stre tel; , ;v' as fhiedl ..:2 0 , ,witi -5/6. costs?r f ?iot ;lavinitgi'ned t r htei numiber .ilate otf a'iotol 'loijyivltiiti" tliree "dayi: oft?t:ie :expiration':t offthe^ reglstration :; 'if: Milairch l1'iS;.:;Willilam iPalminet otf:. the: Ci'Ilton i' HIotele:,is, a :finedt , a siiilliari amiou li foi not :h-av iing. returnled:- an iexpir&d driver'h:, licese withinn three ,days '"olt 'th'ie ex pliration date Malrch l25.'The.de -ndIl ants woie irepresented :by. Mri W;. :.': 3Brennock; of Mess rs., Thominase aid .Biennock, and Mr., J. 3. *Iullen. re* s p e c ti v e ly ; . . ' - : 5' . .

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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MR. JOHN LYNAM [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 13 May 1940

S::MR. JOHN, LYNAM? i " The' deatih occ'aired at Albury on Friday imoo'ning. of Mr. Jolin Lynam, aged 37. . he' late: Mri. Lynam, who. was a raiilway .employee; was well. knowl in .CGdulburn: .. .IHe was boruti at CCroolwell and:r?e ceived his secoindary :education at{ St. Patrick's Collegs, Goilburnt, latol. I joining the Railway . Deirl:tmetlli? lie. is .saivived hy his: idow andi. four : childrien,: Verolnica, ,Doiothy, Pitricia and' John. He also- leaves. tliree' sisters, ..Sister .M.i Camellius (Narrander,), Sister MI. Boromeo (Yeiitlil)t Mies. Maguire (Tullamore), 'ind a, brothere Thomas :(Orookwell). rThe funeral -left St:. Patrick's Church,l Alburyi on Sattni day 'a?terltoon for. thei Ronian Catholic cemetery, and iwas one df the largest seen' a't Allbury.' Rev.. Father Crennan, of Alburyi; and director of H0ly 'Nanie Society, offidc: cated :it the giraveside. ' ; The late Mir.-Lynimnas ' ia meinmber' of: :the Albtiry ..branch of the. Hloly Nilte Socelty.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 13 May 1940

THRIFT IS THE ARTIFICER OF _ . FORTUNE 'ir ht savingi, yalnd say pnrcuIlelsae. t rio 1i3by the oyFT ;rtla 4Istceifse 'I~he i7rt ~2' ne A " tet , so the mnjority of people must plan, either for Cmm lah' eavy plurchase, or for tile eventual establishment of a com .lietence. 'The imajority of ieonle ehA;ioilsly rellisp this. and use the best, omost practical system of alli, the Savings 13ank account. .It costs nothing, holds youlr money salfe while )aying Interest, ailld releases it to you when over and wll'erever you mnay reqie it?i mmo eftr iustralita

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Electricity Restrictions In Goulburn [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 13 May 1940

Electaricity Restrictions in Goulburn :Goulburn was brought on Saturday within the scope of restrictions imposed on the use of electricity drawn from the Port Kembla station. . These restrictions have been extended to the use of illuminated . advertising signs of all krinds, window lighting, and petrol pumps exceptwhen in use. A fine of .:, 5?5b is provided for ally infringe. !:`mont. :New\s. that the restrictions wereito : lid ;;iitroducel i, i Goinlbnurn .were not iecedivedtilntil Sattiuday afternoon and it 1a snoii, sitost?osible to .bring them be foi: tihe notice :of 'll commercial cdn sum nse v , it?t'elith?ieesult that in a few cose-sq dvel tising ,signs and window lights vwerde left burning, contrary to .. tie ieg~ilatioin.; - : T'.ie I 'ilm6st': gceial aibsence of flood - lighting,: window lighting and brightly doloured signis gave Auburn Street a d(h-:tbl ppeariceao on. Satuirday night nidid;tlie seiectacle arousetd the ciuriosity of m:ila?y people who were not aware tliht ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Show Societies CONFERENCE AT GOULBURN [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 13 May 1940

Show Societies CONFERENCE AT GOULBURN :: Delegates ..from .ne socIetie embiaced by the Southern'lTablill lnds Slow:Societies UUnioiiifi at the Royal 1H- teP, Golb."r S" aiturday lst taforthielr, nuaCl conference whi- wsl'ch?,:?va r' siled over by r MiWr, Reynold p?esi'deidit 'ohe.: u te Gobi 'A P andl I. Soiety. ~In -~·opening *i:tile~:con fcrente dhe ·;· pisien'exten~ided ½ w·O.·ioine to th indilcated ' ,that: s cieties in:the?go w7ere all fnti ninh a Tctivelyispt ofr tl difCfiu lt;dims irhhich the cutry wvas pasig (Mhr Rfeyno?l?ds e:plesseid- th ig'-e'6,ll hope Ithati the d iocussios i ul d ho marke~~k d ,:ik'i by a 'spirit of conciliationn that itlhe business o voull hlio. expedi ed '': " ::.:'S :;eTh'efinrincial siititefeit, ireseited:i ly tile secretaiy r 1i? L Broad ihead;: reveale?aI crit?aa: n ctlii efi:i:' . £12/8/4, the refeipts duig,? h' .. ea't havin& amonoited to f£1212 o:Clespondence e,]finluided '. :i::: ?:tr from,: the Royal Agricul fil~1 Sce?yyl ·..,:~ advis...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TENNIS Buffalo Tourney [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 13 May 1940

TENNS Buffalo Tourney Pihtlo -iiiixetd doubies. section of "the : i?uffil'ol Teniils Club's- tournameit a?a?i coinpleted 'o- ::Sundity : fterinooi'l i idl ,eal 'eu h 'Th er .wais .it gool 1 1ite dosce t layetes; , d it. was ieihin gn' tb .·t!,hoi;ffifciilsu i::toi iate toeti 6 hineeasel:d inteist shon b l? i Sivisions ¢.whnners w,?ere:-. ,,DIvlsion? Divisioln 2,T o!?hen d 'lrs. Kus Ktischeie t titdl Diiiois3, E Buitt 'itd Mis-iSmit h JM. IAlistet' -tind Miss Cullen drew -te1by'.oddhYReie and Mrs. MIii chrt(30 set E. Butt aod .Mis Stti(st)in the semi-final, which ieislted- iii i. win for Butt and Mrs. Siilth::i:3. T':::'he final was won by B]3tt' a?nind Mrs. Smtih, (scr.) from J. Mt Alister iand Miss Cullen (--10), 6-1. '.The Buffalo pair were well treated by the handicappers, but the real . reason for theirt win was the consist eit plIay of Mrs. Smith.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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A REAL QUEEN [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 13 May 1940

A REAL QUEEN "I herewith launch a flaming protest against this unpreced ented violation of all that is decent between cultured States"-Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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THE MAN [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 13 May 1940

THE MAN . We are glad that' the Labour pirty of England decided not to ikake their decision to refuse to work in a Cabinet with Mr. Chamberlain immutable. The times are too critical to think •ipon the past. The aipeasement policy has failed, and the 'prin cipal opponent of that policy, Churchill, is in command. The thing to do is to get on with the work. It is interesting to note that appeasement journals have fully emerged from their, state of blind ness, and for thelehst week have been shoutiri "the. 'things: which this journal preached three years ago. 'The Times. the Daily Ex press, the Evening News, the Daily Mail, of London; the Sun, the Truth, the Bulletin, of Syd ney, which for years have been preaching the policy which has lanided the Empire on the edge of a orecipice, are to-day where the Goulburn Evening Post .was three years ago, when it voiced its fears for the future. We refer to this only *because we have come in during that period for a good deal of criticism on acco...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 13 May 1940

PERSONAL Seg~n Mal'~~t::.i\::ll one of· Cloak; 1e1. hlifn been iiotified of 'lils iiinsfei: )o offiCei;ii-iln-hrge ati Bnuriolva;"-:i Ah~inbolane FOrf~icer;-E LawEze~r. his Sisiieiied li'tdties atth tlCoilbi"l rillit bliulaie Station arennuai lea the-l~ Moin?a"?I Publitci Sch hooi8 a'.?.lis;i-? ceived? notification.?o f hihls,; tians lve. tq ;fter; tileautumfl vaatdii on.Eff.- - .MiJ Sioan? Pfoimel fieDiw sfanril e Eiigifie'er tai'ft' t theC?.ai 'uir' Poatdoffie left eooiiii h le W?ieeki i to l til'e?Cl- ditifsiis Waigga whr iehiiii6 ~ taiinfeiri oiiin eiotiii iinto ri tolo hils deitiii a lie kwas fiiiewelaledl by i fellow em ilbeees :at, G oiilbl aaiilr, reasiented cit a s :ha?e ioieie .il .leell i lv ll :? . i . germlinti tio o'er cops~rvvd hires, but follo p an sene edu

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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CONSTABLE'S INJURY Skin Grafting May Be Necessary [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 13 May 1940

CONSTABLE'S INJURY Skin Grafting SMay Be Necessary Accord?,ing to' ilnformalntion Sgiven yesterday an Jlattempt is .to l . I ,. Ic made to graft skin on to thie i -hlcft arm of Constablde ,e-ieyll- y "icr, i?f:Cnlptain's Flai,: aniid lfti' , -ily .of .(oulburn, .who, Was in-. j Jur'ed: in . shfoothig accident in Sthe Capltain's ilat disti'cti last - A previouj~; y stated, Constable ?ayler:r was returning to Captahina Piat w-lit. two ?ompaniois at tQh l:.oseof?a shooting tri :bi:p Wedrines la;, and as ihe -vas esiterting :his car hisi 12;gauge shotgun:was. accident •11y dischairged, and : the ,fulll: blast str?ick the -'constable onithel::q-j.t-arm b tetwenii-'thte h elbow: hand the% - vrlst;, seilously .laceratlng ,the( skin :1an(d muttscles ,but foitunately inisslng the bone. ::"?:t. :'"., : !,1 , .' It: was at fiist thought that Cdnoi:l stb'lle Rayner, wvho .Was adaiite tot the Que?enbeyan: Diatric?t :Hosiital, ,ould :have? to lose anif 'arm :but' he uinderwent;anii. oierationh on...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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OBITUARY MR. HENRY MARTIN [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 13 May 1940

SOBITUARY ." . IV i.R.. HENRY MARTIN :Mir. Henry.Joseph Martin, for imany years.a resideit ?oLf Giulburn, died in Sda'e y?eesterd~a at.he age otf t6O yiari aTh e 'ieM .Martin, wh'oi was form ieI?r empleye'd by 'hlie Raillway Depar it.' Goilburn, inoved ,to: Sydney ta few, years ago ?and if;was:re sidltng .at '34' Wyena Reoad, 'Pendlo Hill. He; issurylved: by'his .idow! one son, Reginald. wioe isf a memibei' eftithseEvening; Post stf if, .:1idoie daugliter, Marjierie.'- - - -

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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SHOW DATES ARE FIXED Conference Held At Goulburn [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 13 May 1940

SHiOW DPATES ARKE~ FIXED . Conference Held At Goulburn Difficulties associated with an equitable wrangement of show dates-were discussed at considerable length by the annual conference of the Southern Tablelandt Show Soci eties' Union at Goulburn on Saturday, but the expressed': willingness of' individual societies to make concessions aim- . ing at the general good of the union enabled the 'litter to finally draw up an itinerary acceptable to each delegate present. As in lpast years, it wa' s evident froim tie debate tihat the-. method of arranging the circuit to the coliplete satisfactioll . oi each of tlie nine societies in tile lunion was fra.'"hit with mll?ly serious problemns, not the let. serious so arI a'l the 1)41. dilat esi were concernedi being the lack o0 knowllge on the lpart. of \lhe union as to thile likely dates of the shows ait Mos 'Vale, Moruya andt . Nowra, which, althoulgh attachtd to another. gru-p, arei llnkdd with .tlh. Southern T'ablelands Unionl romll the vie...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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GOULBURN GOLF CLUB Choice Score IN SPLENDID WEATHER [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 13 May 1940

GOULBURN SGOLFUCLUB Choice Score SIN SPLENDID WEATHER . llt. o clhoic, ,core comppctitions -A a-nd 1 Grde-'?? 'i d ercr pilLyed' · on?a.. ol Sti Cdaiy, C. ddloe h:winning .: ,c?.j h cforz:nntt'r ld ."Lecson :the '1 .The' lnS are -qin ' nr4ng conlditionf an L vo-it ihe~birii 'ex : .ille.d on, , r as iscores 'C''lodde ~ 28 iC alone, ,:?::34 ?S 5 2'; [ J ?collfins '-*.32, :3 i29;' IC. 13 Pow. a ·36 54-3 302-i3 foril - 3 ¢':32 0' 'Jbqls ,35 3,?! 32 3? 3?iton :'-:. 2 '. -G rra"3 6' 313 33 1?' 3; 1 GRADE , L'L- eson, 33 5 23,2713 - 13 Taylor 363 29 13 Mcreoii, 4 3, -: " 25 'F'::1i 3 Tnlnf 37, 31, ; / .'M?!%arlkw?ielk;4 q-,.?,32.,F' irichaid,?: 40, '32 ''Hrey 34 Dar 340 32 Nio ,;; ', er ? 3 52-? 7R 32 yan, " 40: 3.'.':::": 2-3 B D- loberlson+ :40 ',7; .31' H.I Wa?)Vugh .;39 6"' '3 3; E EP~irkcer ?41.+. 5[ S' '3 3 L'I?Hd y'e r '4, ',8- 34" ;11;' Ol?, e'BI - ", "40' , - ' ?'C. IleBoath,41d 6"23 .4: Maugh'n, 41, .6 35. 0 *Nr ni45 '9 3.

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