WOODLANDS FARMERS' UNION.
The Woodlands' branch of the Farmers’ Union are noted for their social gatherings, and that held on the evening of the 14th inst. added one more to the list of their successes. It was well-attended, and under the presidency of Mr J. D. Trotter, the company spent what is colloquially termed ‘‘a real good time.’’ With such good speakers as Mr T»~\ter Mr J. A l . Mitchell, the Rev. E.- Bis;sott, Mr McKerohar, Mr J. McQueen, and the veteran, Mr G, Dawson,
and a number of others, the various toasts were well handled, while additional interest was lent to the occasion by an address from Mr Matheson, who was touring - ' the district in opposition to the Land Bill. Then there were numerous songs and musical items, all of good quality, followed by the inevitable dance, which brought to a close a gathering rejecting the utmost credit on its promoters.
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WOODLANDS FARMERS' UNION., Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 11, 29 June 1907
WOODLANDS FARMERS' UNION. Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 11, 29 June 1907
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