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Local and General

Percy Baker, ill with trench fever, is recovering;Charles Huxley, only son of Mr and Mrs T.J. Huxley, has been home on final leave; Sapper A. Machin Hall, writes from the Engineers Depot at Moore Park;At Penrith Police Court before Mr T.B. Clegg, Arthur Hendren,was charged with tresspassing on railway premises; Kingswood Red Cross held a social at the School of Arts, Rooty Hill, with 60 couples taking part;The annual picnic for St Stephen's Sunday School took place on the rectory grounds last saturday. Lists persons involved in the planning of the day.
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Nepean Times 6 October 1917 Page 3 col 6
Nepean Times (microfilm) Nepean Times, 6 October 1917 Page 3 col 6
Percy Baker - Charles Huxley - T J Huxley - Sapper A Machin Hall - Penrith Police Court - T B Clegg - Arthur Hendren - Kingswood Red Cross - May Thompson - Joe Brell - James Brell - Miss Craig - Sunday School Picnic - St Stephen's Church - H J Neale - F C Jones - Roy McGrath - Reverend A Venn - C E Clarke - J Cambridge
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Nepean Times (Microfilm)
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