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RYAL BUSH. The young men of Real Bush held their annual picnic on the 29th Jan., in Mr.S l .Tames Blakie's paddock. The day turned out fine in the afternoon, and a largo number of young people gathered toge’ther to enjoy themsTeves. The young men prepared a nice tea and served round cakes-. In the evening a danoe was hold in the public hall as a wind-up to the picnic. Wo have hail very good weather for ripening the crops, and most of the farmers have secured their grassseed- Those who had rather light crops have had to gather it by strip--1 pbtg. 1 An early harvest is expected.

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Southern Cross, Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 49, 2 February 1907

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Southern Cross Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 49, 2 February 1907

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