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WRIGHT’S BUSH.

The weather has put on a more winter-like face,, and it has been very hard for lambs, which are plentiful. Farm work is well advanced. Most of the sowing of oats was finished, before the weather broke. It is to be hoped it will keep line from now out. The grass has been very slow this spring on account of so much late frost. Mr Me Kennon, cycle agent, is in full swing with bicycles, and is doing good’ business. He is opening tip a new branch in "Riverton. We all wish him good luck. The bachelors gave their annual ball on Friday, 20th inst. There w a s a splendid turnout, and everybody seemed to enjoy themselves. Music was discoursed by Mr K. Moylan, assisted at times by Messrs A. McKennon and P. Rodger. Messrs A. Smith and McGartly acted as M’s.C. During the evening songs were ‘given by Mr McKenzie and Mr King.

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WRIGHT’S BUSH., Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 23, 28 September 1907

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WRIGHT’S BUSH. Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 23, 28 September 1907

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