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Bluff Notes.

BREVITIES

St. Matthew's, Church of England, Ladies’ Guild held a euchre tournament last week, and the prizewinners for the euchre were : Mesdames Cockroft and Mapl’etoft, first and second tor the ladies ; and Mr Joe Bradshaw and Mr Frank Keenan first and second for the gents. Messrs Grant, Bigwood, and Moss supplied the music for the 'dance, and Mr Con. Forbes was M. C. The ladies supplied refreshments, and an enjoyable evening was spent.

The railway authorities are ever alive to the pressing needs of our thriving port for increased accomodation, and arc at, present busy making additions of about thirty feet to the present goods shed, which will give a little more room to turn round. The authorities are all to be complimented on their foresight in making such extensive alterations. At the Campbelltown Police Court, before Messrs Nichol and Geonge, •J.'sP., John Quinn was fined 20 s and 2s costs fpr drunkenness, in addition to a prohibition order at his own request. The s.s. Oswestry Grange arrived on Thursday morning and continued working cargo till Friday morning without intermission. The Female Foresters are getting, a fruit supper under' way for next Wednesday night, ■ and intend inviting a few friends.

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Bluff Notes., Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 50, 16 February 1907

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Bluff Notes. Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 50, 16 February 1907

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