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TAMWORTH SHOW SCHEDULE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

. TAMWORTH SHOW SCHEDULES. The secretary of .the Tamworth P* and A;. Association, Mr. F. G. Callaghan. states that the schedule with prizesi fOr the forthcoming exhibition on the' 1st 2nd and 3rd of March,/ is now' ready aric will bo available on. Monday next. Those desirous of a schedule should make prompt application to. the secretary. Peel-street, or- Box 1G; Tamworth. The schedule contains a list of prizes which have beeiv increased since last year, anfd'it'is1 anticipated 'Unit' this show will. bd|a'- r,ei;pW ai'irpgard's entries.1' ^'j.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOWER FREIGHTS. PLENTY OF WHEAT SHIPS. Cargo Shortage Elsewhere. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

||lpt:FiteHTS.;;':; ?i PLENTY OF Wh|AT ; ^H'(PS.( Cargo Shortage Elsewhere. . ,; .:.-: /.,. ???;? :? SYDNEY,: Friday. Faced with a losing proposition in the outward A'pyages tov Australia, ship owners' ai-'e cutting ra'tes'; considerably in-:the -hope ;ofj getting Wheat cargo on ^the^eiurai^.'^liferftJa.p^ap^cally^nbOiing,' '4ise.\on*;ionpr^o'ons^4u^4My--l'rf^4l-'^y'?^W 5 Bqarcf 'lia^ bee^ tonnage;^ ??It« requires! 'fqr^Uie^'dispos'ai of the i-- wlieatr witek6u*t!,Iia'ying:/tb'. engMg'e in ;.;any| .wordy '. ^y_ai- j jvitn: , jtli'e ?[Cphibin'e: '''')'..„ ?X-vHiXi facti '4i{j'j\jes-se.ls''iia.ylei !aiready' been fixed iip;:by,^tb^-'BoMli;-j;!a|n^ tiwilirspon.vberbn..th'el -way^ Viboliirig. for a-: ^.chaVter.'.xiii^-t ;;.',«-V:i ??'?-,-,-'????;,','.{ '.'.'. ?'''?'., .' .-.?? v.. Infill .parts of 'tlie wbi-ld tramrj i steam ers^are ? begging for cargoes. -.TlifeS' fact that .millions of Ibushels of wheat have ilp; be exported?- from rthe Goinmon\yealth this' season'' lias made' it' pos...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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ADVANCES TO FARMERS METHOD OF REPAYMENT. Minister's Announcement. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

:«\iNeESTOFMMERSi MjETHOD OF REPAYMENT. U ' . Minister's Aniiouneettient; .''??' '?'---.'- ???? SYDNRY. Fi-idav. ?' ' Mri. .Duhii;1 Minister' for Agriculture, :s'aid to-day: 'Doubt1 appearg.vto; exist in 's'ome'quiirtfe-'as to the steps' which it i'iSvproposed to take' to obtain repayment ? frpiti' tlie farniers of the' advances' made' :.py,;;;th,e _Rural Industries Board'.'1 He I^Vished'. it tb'- b'e' clearly understood that .inline, case; of ?wheat, growers; the ad !'va'n-6jBs\.h4adp'''l)y.''t'hi6''Board''\Wth'-th'e-:'ex1' :,ceRtion' of ?eorn'sacks, : would1 not Be: de ducted' from ;the' 5/ a. bushed which had ? 'been 1guarante'ed-,by the 'Federal Govern ment;' but ;.woulds bis deducted from the 2/6 & bushel guaranteed by the State.' iV'iWiicrb; coi'nsacks had been1 supplied] the amount would be deducted1 from the ' nrsK.Feileral payment. .V Mr. Dunn proceeded: 'I also had Uii , den'; : consideration the desirability of deferring; payment for cornsacks- until jhe.i Ysecond...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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PLEA FOR THE "DIGGER." [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

1 PLEA-FORTK.E 'DIGGER.'f '-. ?„ .;?;' 'A, Digger' writes:— : '.;. ! U! ? Would you : kindly allow me a 3mall! space- to-write a few lines Vregarding sbme'xif 'pur returned Bbysiw-ho. arfeibii't of- employrn ent, and ^a're looking' for work? Sbriie of the .business men think- be cause a few Of the soldiers take a little too much drink, that all: the returned men- are tlie9same. Now I think person ally tliat' a man who fought, lor the wel fare'bf'his country and kept the business men in- their positions from thS dreaded l5ihpii-e; of Germany, should get work in pret'ereiice to men who did not enlist fOr 'thewar.' lean say that I know men who did:; their- part, and have been applying fbr''emplbyment arid could not obtain it. iVtiiink if the business men took things nibre' generally and considered their Ob-' Jiga'ttoh '. they would give our .soldiers : a lifting -hand. . ? ? , .

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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MOTHERHOOD ENDOWMENT. LORD MAYOR WILL NOT CALL MEETING. Women's Request for Bill. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

[?] LORD MAYOR WILL NOT CALL - MEETING, I Women's Request for Bill. I ;i; _!;. ? ,;' SYDNEY, Friday;''' ?_ ine Lorn Mayor declined this 'morn-' . Ing' to' call a'. publjc1. meeting' in' order to urge1 the; ?iGovernment tb^ pass* -th&; ;; iMotherhood . ©ridqWnient Bill;'.; -He'^Vas' ''^ryjfcwod ''ajr'-tt ] depvifatibn 'repreobht- ''}s, variolial;«'bmeh's ' organlsafion'sl on .the ?matter;'. ' :-x':- ;.-^'--^i!!;vf'^,f: nn ) ' \ ?.? ?, 'Wioj- ilord* Mayor1 1iaidi-hWwas1;in- 'Xiin'': . ^W^^y;^9!::«'^¥9y-e?3-ogd:: Endlow ?wnent proposal,* Wdslia-dUJelpedOto.j) h-ce ? it on t,abor'.s..plairo'rni. lie' knew there' '.'. ;^va,s i.lioyertjrand .;muchtuiiempldyni:ent'in.' Sydney, 'for JwlUcJil't'Ke shipping'' cpm , panles .. wero'^argely.nb 'blame f'owinfe''tb ' i, their um-easonablb; attitude. . The Ldtfor ? ;, Government 'wii'C'qiiil.e:siiicer&;in its de . ..sro.to^pasB^fie-Biii^uriria'last5 ses-' '-'??? is on..;,'«;nd ^wpiild^liave ..donq ;s'6''b'ut i for' '??'?'?? tio' ^M^...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

TO THE EDITOR, i ; Correspondents are. 'asKefl to express themselves briefly. Letters should not exceed half- a- column In length'. : :

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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GENERAL CABLE NEWS. Indian Frontier Unrest SITUATION IMPROVING. [?] Thursday [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

GENERAL CABLE NEWS. Indian Frontier Unrest. SITUATION IMPROVING. (Reuter's Telegiam). rVni^f-riT' 'Plinrwlnv It is repoitod' that Huji Abdul Ra/ik and Colonel Shndasla, the Alghan ad ?ventiireis1 are ?withdiawing to Ahaken With ?' lilieir hordes''' 6f':; Afghan' : bdrder. Warfa 'WairsV Tlie; situation1 'is : 'improv-' irig:' ?'?:?--??':.? ?--?? ;?'-::????? ?-.;-'.? ?.'/'.? Cs v-. . ..- - .. : :_7.';- .-, -?'-. ?. --; ,„?,?: Siiiping*'; is ? reported ' from' LiidHa' i and Manziii'-:- ''-': :.y-\^-:. ???V.il. ; ??' :'.?:??,!:?:.,:

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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CHALLENGE AND ANNIVERSARY. Candidates' Order of Preference. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

CHALLENGE AND ANNIVERSARY. ' Candidates' Order of Preference: -' ; i ? ? SYDNEY, . Frida'y. I,; Following aro the chief positions! for the Cha'ileiise Stakes and' Anniversary1, Hah'dlcap: — , i .;' . !' ?::?- CHALLENGE STAKES ; Coolstone, Maltgilla. ' j . , vvBattlewraclc, Glenacre, King's Word.' - .'ulReady Aye Ready, Sweet Rosaleeh- ?''??', ? »- 'Gurraween, Galtee MaW. ?.-,i.--^ i -.;-? '-.,':: .':- ? Bigaroon, Cool Stimulantsii Waitea»^'!l ANNIVERSARY HANDICAP ,'!'--rl ;, Braille. . .:.-,.... ; .? : : ;:,:'..! ?'?^i ? Fluency, Firimark, White PhaKt, -Var^ '1 «°.V ? ? '. ; ?,. .?^:^..'y,- ..??'} ????-!l V Roniani, . 'Prinqe /.ViridlsVi'.'- Golden i Brpiizo. . .,., . ',/'... :. ??:.'.,-..':,Vvn'*Xf -:::'v ? :- ;'r i -Mount Friscp,VX3iir:c|oid^ '^.V;^w!( ' '- 'A

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TASMANIAN IRRIGATION. U.S. Trader's Forestall British. LONDON Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

;'TASMAlllAN IRRIGATIdN:' ?',?'. OiSl Ji'aders ftbrosiail' .Birltisb'.) ';' (United Service). '.', ' iLtiNDON; . Thiiradnv. ;::.'MrT,;,Buttei:s',\wli6 li'iis' -arriv'ed: from Aim'ericay' .--in 'a... report to the., Tasrhanian .Gpyernriib'nti ; favors d large '.sc'alb, : ir rigatlon/'sclienie in, . corijuiicitioa'. ' witli Tasmania's liydro-electric extension'. Mr. Butters states that A'meVican manufacturers evince the keenest inten tion of. forpctallirtg British traders in'tho.. establishment of' factories'' in Australia.; Two of, the biggest New. York firms' are' planning the erection- of plants possibly; in Tasmania. ? ..-. ? ?!,., V

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LITHGOW RIFLES. Imperial Chief Inspectors Report. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

7- LITHGOW RIFLES. Imperial Chief Inspectors Report.. SYDNEY, Friday.' Senator : Pearce, Minister for Defence, has received a rep.ort on ' thev service rifle manufactured' by tht Government at latligbw . fi-o'mt the Chief Ifispiector of Small Anns . .in the Imperial Army, which 'stated1 that, compared with tho home production rifle some minor ebm l-onent parts are slightly inferior ' in finish, but, the , main, component ? parts, such as the, body, barrel, bore, and bbre head,- compare favo'raJbly, and the lim ished' article is very satisfactory. 'The- Minister regards the, report as satisfactory. . . ? ... . ? ? ' ;

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STRANGE RACING EPISODE. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

STRANGE RACING EPISODE;' ???'(United Servide.V LONDON,^ Thursday.;, ??? An- unusual' racing ihcident-is'i-ecord-j red': f rom 'Ga't'wicki -in the1 : Leatiiertiead ? Seniiig^Hjirdie! .Riice'I '; \-j- ;;: --?;:;; : f: ;v.[' y.-j v^StubbSj^ipi'had'riisJmOTntSpn!^ .tlffeySecondV 'horsed ? was ' flirown ?' In jtl.ie:; QarijF . ;sfases?pf, tti e race, i He was'iwallc-v hg' &?. vy'itii' hiis'lidrse.w: hen' Old Bran Cy:H; ;who^was' then' winning easily; fell'at';ti)'c : last/ obstacle;; his jbckey;rbeingf:flisabled. ' !;W'.Th-ei^ui)b*n'-Stulttbs''immediateiy:.1ni6uiVTr tdU;oia^ Brandy a'rid- raced to the' win-.'; ning'^post,. arid being able to. draw ItlVe'; weigirti; was placed second. : - i ?

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COUNTRY WEEK TENNIS Rain Stops Play. BATHURST BEATS INVERELL Barraba N. I Beats Buddahadah. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

COUNTRY WEEK TENNIS Rain Stops Play; BATHURST BEATS INVERELL Barraha No. I Beats Budtlabadah. SYDNEY. Fridav. ' The lawn tennis country week carnival ' j was' commenced at Double Bay this 'morning. After a quarter of art hour's play the game was suspended- owing to' rain;;.' ..? . ? .. :..: . .-?..,:.'.; ?-.? i.Jfiay \yas resumed later. Rpsultsi.-— -'i i- INVERELL v. BATHURST NO. 1.: ? ?? ? :;)H.. Channon and Dight (I.).: v.. Terry ! arul'Yabsley ('Bi), 2— G;,3t— 0.;; ;..;;:? !' ''' ' ;H:' Channon and- Digjit-. v. Moodie and:! Parker, G— 4,. '0—6.- ,:, ' r!l ''.cBrown and .(riovanfllll v JVTnnilip ? nViVV.'; Eariter;.:5T--G- Q—S.-^l'-i^^i-1^'. :. ;' f ?» - Brown and Giaovanelli V. Tei-py anil' jYabsiey, 6— a. 3—6. :: ,. /-?.,; .;. ] ..«'':? .'.'Won', by Batliu'rst No.' 1 'by rC sets' 45^ games to 2 sets 25 ?games. ! :ARMIDALE:v-. BAiiRABA NO. 2-| Won by Barraba' No 2 by forfeit. ' . .?D.UBBO NO. 2- v. WEST, .M'Al'TLANb. iLawlie and Bulton (W.M.) v Bool:les an'd-:.MoKay (D.), G— 3, 6...

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DRY SEASON IN INDIA. Authorities Anxious. DELHI, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

^PRYSEASON IN INDIA; j,^ Authorities Anxious. (Reute'r.'s. Telegram)'.. DHLMI, Thursday. ^ViThe-,;agricul_tural .situation is causing 'anxiety.^ The : last' workV- 'are '..-? bjeing j&pened;,'ih;jparts;;pf- Bombay and the Cenr traii^rbvinees.nir.vjiij: ? ;,.j. ?-.?.i-,.v''''';'.T~f;1 .'.'?? ' ; ' The; offici'aL'.w.'inter ' inonsoori'/ forecast shows, that,' the,: rainfall' over the nprth Ayest: of. Iiulia^jind' tlie neighboring hills; i§ ^unfavorable, justifying. anxiety, j '?'' .'.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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ROSEBERY PONY RACES. SYDNEY, Friday [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

ROSEBERY PONY; RACES; srvnNiiiirv w.-irinir Rosebery pony races which were post poned' froiir Wednesday w.ere held today. Sweet Joan won»the first race in 1.32'v thus establishing a record- for the track Kesults: — ^ : ?? . ? 14.1 HANiDliCAP': ^weet Joan: 1, Ce sarion Belle -2, .Red Triangle g. Winner dt- to 1. won' by a neck. Time, 1.121' NOVICE HANDICAP,. . first division Onuid- Duko 1, Plume 2, EubeTous 3. Winner,^ to 1. . Won by. three longUis. -- Second Division: Rock I-. Alarm. Girl 2.,- Mis Venus 3. Winner 4-. to 1.. Won by a. length and avaialfi ;.Tjmo;; ia'2! ?; iThind Division: Broniokii-.'i; ?--'EubuW- tusr.2. Even: ,3;. Winner' 3.:.to;i.,,Wori by three-quarters of a. length:. ;Time!.lW ^fliTLYaNG; HANDICAP,' ' inrsUdivlsfoii': Loud Report. 1, : Chancel 2,, Diihgannon . 3; Xrimito; 2- : Won- b5:Ktwp^}e?#4 y :Second..;Dl vision : . Gobbng:' i;i Get rinb' :2' bunana 3, , .Winner, 2', to' 1; ;i ? Wofo t by four lengths. Time, i US- ???. :-? '-'' ! °* :rat^l'?Vf'D S,TAKES:' T...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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SMART ARREST. Alleged Theft at Tamworth. SINGLETON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

SMART ARREST. K ,: ;;??. AilegeU; Theft at[ Tainwor^; -|i ;:^;;;;' -'''.] ? SINGLETON^ Friday^ ' A; smart. arrest .was effected' locally on Tuesday (m'6?nlng'by ' Constables ? Ander-, son' and ? Clements. ' In(. consequence i-of : infarhmtipnr received: at 1.30 .a.m. 'from Tainwbrtir they' awaited' die ! arrival 'iot ? the.: Glen Innes- train, at 4.30- a.m.,; and ^tBeh'; arrested .Jack, .: William? '.Gray, aged. 22, on suspicion of having stolen at Tain- , worth £6' and a. felt hat, tho: property of J. O'Neil, and of stealing £8 from' : Reg. Mathews; According to the pbllci? the 'man admitted taking the:. hat, isay: ing'he had lost his' own;.. Hejliad j;«iiti 14/10 in 'his possession' .when arrested, and- said he: got' £9. of: the moneyj' for, working at Muswellbrook, ? and '.! £12 ' he' flili-ned' at Tnmwortli.. : Later, in ; the] day, ? he! camei before' Mr. Eldershay^vCyP'S:;! who remandetl^hini' to Tamworth~ailidei- police 'escort;'.'. ' '' ' '..?':?''£ i'^i ;;-.!?: '0-

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NEWS OF THE NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

NEWS OF THE NORTH. BUNDARRA— Following aio tho vital statistics foi the ciiuutei ending 31st Docemboi, 1920 — -Biiths, males, 8, le males 1, deaths, 0, imuiidges, 3 Although the town was quiet at the lattei end of the yeai, Bundaiia Misi ne&s men lppoit .in e\tia good trade One'.' business1 man stated that, even in his comparatively,, small concern, one holiday's takings amounted, to* £20' in excess, of the takings it the establish ment- fon.the same day of last, year The annual Catholic bazaar way a great success, and if. is estimated that the actual takings will exceed £200.. A successful day's sport was held : ati Abington on New Year's JJay in aid of| the' .'funds of' the Bundarra District Hos pital. Visitors were present from Bun' darra; iti'ngstowri, and' elsewhere, an'd.as a result of .the outing, the hospital; will receive a' fair 'amount. .'?? ?,?-;'? SINGLETON.— The benefit 'fund.. for the' widow and orphans of the ;lnte'.S'ir. F.' J; Lawrence realised. £103/9/11* ...

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HEAVY RAIN AT BUNDARRA. BUNDARRA, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

HEAVV RAIN AT ISUNDARRAp i-iiV/ii- ?,:? ?:' ? ; isnNnATi'nA.; Wifinir ,: ???& ?;apeUv:of ; yep,. libtVweatiier ?? cul'min ??W1^:.l,ftia,-yKi-y.-..lieayy' storii^. wlilcii, pass ? eo-'Oyer-, Bundiirra ! on, Monday iaftorrioon. In.less .than ;ari hour nearly , two : inches 0Wain;were . recorded;'' the ? fall .b'eing something akin to a '.waterspout. ,. Slight 'ail was also experienced. ' The, streets were flooded, as well as the low-lying j/yiuwjs ot the town. Several houses were partially unroofed, but 'considering the force' of the storm, the da'magehv'as Ti u JVl1' feU llBttin °' Wednesday!' flie district, never' looked better. ' All the,- harvesting is complete, with thd ex: ceplidn. 'pf/.a few small areas. Tho'cron ; has been., a. most prolific one' : * .

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GUNNEDAH TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

^(SUNMDAf TRA'GEbY;^ rOn Wednesday, December 29,-jtiieJ bdayiyfAVilliiini Lucerne hvii'sJ found in a shed adjoining the ? house oa . Uii '???' Baker's farm' across tile' river, Guririe' daih, and beside it a double-barrelled1 guii: containing a discharged cartrillge:' ' Fastened to. the: trigger was aipiece 6f ? stnngj which' it is as'sumed' was, used -to1 accomplish the. deed. ?' The-, shot; was fl'red into- the mouth; but did not have1 a'1 mutilating effect: 'Tlib Coroner hold! a'ii; inquiry, and returned! a: finding: of !sui'i' cide,'. caused^ by a-;gunshbt wounds wil-'; fully indicted. ? ..:.-' ' ?:??;?; '. ?* ??'?^K;?$ Deceased .was\.well?knbyi'n about (the town' and' district; -'He' had been itfbifd1 liealth for the' last nine or ten nipWtlftS: He* wasy 5£; years of fage;f'arid' married1,1, but .had no family.' ''' .','??'' :'....

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DROWNED WHILE BATHING. SYDNEY Friday [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

DROWNED WHILE BATHING. SYTJNTSV TTi.Mo „ ;WMle bathing in the Wallacia weir this morning, Phillip Wilikeri 28- wa? drr0^n! It is understood he was attemptinir to diflicuHies, and collapsed and sank and Sydney Cup. His owner is evident ly, setting, him a hard ta.sk, but %Tn Djin. who was only a pony, won an Pi som Handican can-ying 8st blba. Cerife fn ?,'??? and Diffidence, little lilsbe? U an 14.2 ponies eadi won a sXy

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DROWNING TRAGEDY. Three Sisters Lose their Lives. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

DROWNING TRAGEDY. ! Three Sisters Lose their Lives. A drowning fatality occurred on Wed-' nesday at Middle Creek, 27 miles from Charleville (Q.). A selector at Box Lreek named. Switaer .was driving into town in a waggonette with his wife and six. children. The creek was swollen oi lains higher up, and when half way across the vehicle overturned and the occupants :were thrown into the stream «-aich was running rapidly. Three of -he daughters, tile eldest aged 19, were downed. Both imrse.s were also drown ed. Switzer's wife and the other -chil- dren managed to scriim'aii; out

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