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Azutralian Clay Pigeon Trap Sl~ooting Association

Patrons: His Excellency Lie11t.-General Sir John Lavarack, K.B.E., C.M.G.,

D.S.O., Govcrnor of Queensland; Sir W. Lennon Raws, C.B.E.; Lieut.-

General W. Bridgeford, C.B., C.B.E., M.C.; Essington Le\vis, C.H.; Frank R.

Hockey, Esq.

President: Mr. John M. Wilson (Kew. Vict.).

Eon. Vice-Presidents: Messrs. W. J. Hanran (Townsville, Qld.), L. P.

Hughes (Sydney, N.S.W.), R. A. Miles (Spokane, Washington, U.S.A.),

H. Rogers (Edgware, ltiddlcscx, England).

Executive Conlmittee: Messrs. E. G. Biggs (Burwood, V.), F. A. Blackman

(Townsville, Q.), F. Claussen (Ayr, N. Qld.), L. Doyle (Alexandra, V.),

C. Ferguson (Perth, W.A.), J. H. Headland (Footscray, V.), John Houston

(Hay, N.S.W.), S. E. Lamb (Goulbum, N.S.W.), D. M. Pack (Roina, Q.),

W. E. 11. Rainbird (Launceston, Tas.), W. F. Robertson (Deniliquin, N.S.W.),

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basis of organised control of the

sport falls down if all shooters are

not registered. Unregistered shooters

are not permitted to compete against

registered shooters and should not be

entertained as competitors in any

way whatsoever. Thcy .have no entitlement

to prizes and should not be

mission of "shootins na

permitted to shoat on the tracks.

Similarly, registered shooters should

see to it that unrezistewd - mpn ..~~-~ do ..

not comnete artaiiist the~n. Once a

club joiiii the Association it becomes

A comntry club in Victoria recently pa,+ - - nf - fhnt body and must neceswrote

to the Association advisinr s: wily obey its rules along with its

that it had several members who ha2 members. It is a basic rule of the

not, registered, and askina if their Association that all shooters lnust he

rcglstration was essential. The oilly registered

JULY-1955

"You're improuing, Alf-the1 makes srven out of ten!"


SOUTH CqPAST BU;-UN CLUB

- SOTJTHPORT. . - - QUEENSLAND -

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(Affiliated A.C.P.T.S.S.)

SATURDAY, ZOTw AUGUST, 1955 - 1.30 P.M.

Event No. 1 - 5 BIRD DOUBLE RISE EYE-OPENER.

Event No. 2 -

Event No. 3 -

Ih'ent So. 1 -

Nomination, G/-.

Comp.

Division.

1955 Queenslano" IB1termediate Doohle Rise

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15 Pairs from 1G yards. ~ornination, £1/10/-.

Optiollal Sweeps 2/6 on each 5 pairs. Sash and Trophy, 1st; Trophies, 21td and 3rd.

R~stvicied ...- to shooters ~vhose handicaps are 16 yards or less.

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iE.F(lb WANBlbrnCAP

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30 BIRDS SINGLE BARREL. Nomination, £2.

NIGHT - 7.30 P.M.

195i Sod~Bh O~/ee~~slan(/

llo,~ble Riirrcl

v 33 d

20 Birds from 16 yards. Nomination, £1/10/-.

Optional Sweeps 2/6 on ~.ach 5 birds. Sash and Tropl~y, 1st; Trophies, 2nd and 3rd.

Event No. 2 - &3@ JKAl%'BIC-4 #a

30 BIRDS POINTS, 3 and 2. Nomination, $1/15/-.

SUNDAY, 2 1 AUGUST, ~ ~ 1955 - 10 A.M.

Event No. 1 - 10 BIRDS DOUBLE BARREL EYE-OPENER. Nomination, lo/-. Comp. Div.

Event No. 2 -

SJOO , , HAiVDICAP , ,

GO BIRDS DOUBLE BARREL. Nomination, .£4/10/-. El@@

Event No. 3 -

TRQBPMY SH@@T

15 BIRDS POINTS, 3 and 2. Nomination, £1.

1st Trophy presented by Kelsoll Nol.ris. Trophies, 211d and 3rd.

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All e\7ents under A.C.P.T.S.A. Conditions. The Committee rescwes thc right to alter or inodiry itng event, cha~~ge

the sequence of events, or cancel any event for xvhich there arc insufficient shooters.

The Organisers, whilst taking every precaution, do not accept responsibility for any accidental dalllage to ally

person or property on the grounds, or for safe custody of Guns, Clothing or Ammunition, ctc., deposited in buildinss

~~~o m. elsrrnh~~~o

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Shooters must produce A.C.P.T.S.A. Reg.istration and Handicap Card.

Refreshments available on grounds - - A~lununition available

Shooters requiring accon~modation should contact the Secretary as sooil as possible.

G. S. MARTIN, President.

Mrs. G. S. MARTIN, Secretary.

Moorong, Surfers Paradise, Qld. Telephone: Surfers Paradise 238.


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Coffs Harbour,

20/G/55.

Secty. A.C.P.T.S.A.

Apropos the "Ne\\rs".

hare a ~vorking kno~~ledge of the

rules \\.auld save a lot of argument

and possible embal.rassment to club

executives.

So many times, at various clubs,

something crops up which needs an

explanation. If this copy is kept

handy, the solution of most of the

trouble is soon evident.

It is pleasing to note, too, illany

new clubs registering. This proves

that elav shoatinr is a nonular suort

ilnd at ' the varrous fict6res "rood .

sportsmen meet".

visitor. On Saturday, down to strict

business, the Victorian Doitblebal.rcl

Championship, which mas

. ably . won by that outstandillg clay

olrd "buster". Ne\vton Thomas, with

80/80, closel$ pl.csscd by Art. Ilinneberg

and Tony Ribarits. Diniicr

and tea \\.ell served on the ground.

On Sunday the visitors \\,ere laken

for an extensive tour of the district.

The onlv blot was x'hen the rear

wl~eel aj Mr. Brucr's Vallts\~~ag~on

came off; no one uras hurt and many

xvilling hclpers soon had the cur on

the road again. Arriving back at the

M.G.C. ground, we mere soon attack-

inr some beautiful Murrav cod. \!.ell

co'oked by chef Eric Bruce; and being

washcd down mith plenty of amber

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issuc ai News, reference to the lor- at heart to contact the writer should

ilialion of oile Central Club in the they kno~r. ol any suitable ground

n~etropolitan area of Melbourne. location.

It has becn the goal of the \:.:.iter

for the past t\va 01. three years to

have this Central Club formed and

have talked it over mith many shoot-

ers. I11 most cases they have been

all in favour.

If n-e look at this Central Club

fl.om a practical poii~t of viev, one

\?ill adinit that its formation is overdue.

It ~~.ould, oi course. mean the

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ainalgamation of all Melbourne clubs.

Some people ill not agree with

this, saying that jt mill kill the individual

club feeling. This may be

to a degree, but the advantages to

be gaincd will far outweigh this

feeling.

Space here mill not pel~mit lne to

polnt out all the advantage. Houever,

to mention a few--

. ~ ~ ~~o --

making it possible to I

Yours faithfully,

GEO. BIGGS

(From Rex Miles)

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Our weather for the Inland Empire

nras terrible, cold, wet and rotten

high winds. Earl Colson, a boy ~IIO

has not becn shooting for a few

years, came out and did a remarkable

job. Earl is a Class AA. 25-yd.

shooter. He won the Double A Championship

of North America at the

Grand in 1947, with a 200 straight,

breaking allother 150 straight in the

shoot-off, 350 in a row on the same

day. Well, at our shoot this year he

\\,on the Singles with 200 straight

1G yds., next score to him was 196.

Earl also won the Handicap from 25

yds. with 95, then he broke a Dl from

25 yds., winning a Pontiac car worth

2,800 dollars for his total on the 200

Handicap targets, 18G; runner-up

had 185, he mas a local boy.

The folla~ving extract lram onc of

our local newspapers is also interesting.

It reads:

Wit11 best xvishes for greater

success,

the sporting country visitors, after

Yours truly,

tossi~~g with Eric Bruce, bought

chips and crays for those v;ho still

TED WED~WOOD. remained in the party.

Later on the party adjourned to

. . another shelter till midnigl~t. After

the Mondity shoot Presidelit Bruce

again entertained quite a fern right

To - the -. Editor, A.C.P.T.S.A. "Nel\,s". at dinner.

uear sir,

Many thanks and congratulations

Some seven or eight Melbourne to the Mildura G. Club for ti~eir

clay bild shooters attended the June hospitality and the splendid 1vay

meeting ol the Mildura Gun Club they conducted the shoot from begmand

were entertained rirht rovallv ning to end. This club is \\.ell \vorth

throughout the whole fixtire. A&


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for Expert advice you should contact ~ORRIE

JAMES, (Duxbac), with Forty years experience

in Gu~lmaki~lg ancl Shooting.

A "TRY-GUN" is kept for Bttinf

GUNS..

RIFLES. .

1 all a11 ~ortil~g

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He had 185 in the handicap and n

95 on the final day to win second GmhT @;@@SHIP)

place. Someplace -along the line

there vras a mistake in score keeping

\i.hich gave another gunner an extra

bird, hut the powers that he ruled it

was too late to take away that extra

bird.

If it hadn't heel1 for that, Skog-

lund ~vould have really been in the

chips . . . or at least tied for first

for about 2,800 dollars worth.

But he didn't say a \\.ord. He ap-

peared happy to have been on the

winning three-man team in the S.R.

shoot.

That's what this corner calls being

a first-rate sport. Not many guys

can stand to see 2.800 dollxvs -- sn flv-

--<

ing out the ~viiido~v and not even

grumble about it."

I CHARLES BOSWEII 1

THE DE-LEDDA

Tlte Gull Cleaner that

prevents and arrests

pitti~~g of bores - .. 501-.

1270-81 i+IAr.VEIIN PWAD

RIAIsVEIBN, S.E.4 - VIC.

Teacher: "What are foreigil en-

tanglements ?"

Boy: "Spaghetti, sir!"

by North Counlry

Curving, dl.opping duck! Who has

not met his Waterloo at such birds?

Thcre is truly all the difference between

duck xvhich rise in front of

yon from river or pond, and curving,

dropping duck, which I have always

found most puzzling shots. The man

~~110 shoots a few duck rising in

front of him and then thinks he

knows all the answers is destined for

a true awakening later on. But then

duck shooting mould not be duck

shooting were it not for such baffling

variations.

It is hard to explain ho\v one day

you shoot far better (for no appar-

ent reason) than you do on another.

The reason is probably a psychological

one. It is the brilliant shot who

so seldom varies. No doubt the exceptional

qualities which are required

to make a super-shot are a combination

of those of both brilliance and

consistency. The man who is brilliant

and who can keep it up becomes

the super-shot. Which of us is there

who has cot made some brilliant

shots from time to time? Evrrvbody

does it on rare occasions a


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Hobart Gum Club

(Affiliated A.C.P.T.S.A.)

BRIGHTON, TAS. - - Start 12.30 p.m.

Saturday, 30th July, 1955

Event 1 - 5 BIRD NOVICE Trophy Event. Nom., 5/-.

Event 2 -

10 BlRD DOUBLE BARREL SWEEPSTAKE

Nomination, lo/-.

Event 3 -

lst, 2nd and 3rd Trophies, with Sash.

Nomination, 30j-, and lo/- Optional.

Event 4 -

20 BIRD DOUBLE BARBEL

CLAY SPARROW

Nomination, 20/-.

Xovice 12 yd. sbooters may shoot in this event for own Tro11hi'.

iYoluination, lo/-.

Event 5 -

10 BlRD DOUBLE BARREL CLAY SPARROW

$1 HANDICAP SWEEPSTAICE.

J. M. TYQUIN, President.

- Afternoon Tea available -

D. BRIDGES, Hon. See.

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"eye wiped" time and again by an

elderly and corpulent colleague.

Which, as I see it, sho\vs what ex-

pel.ience and judgment mean in pfae-

tical value. The younger lnan seenled

to be all over the place and yet got

nothing; the older man, at the ex-

penditure of very limited efort, got

everything. He knew just what to do

in each case. Norn~ally of slo\v move-

ment, he could be quick enough when

occnsian demanded.

* *

"HULLABALOO "

Adznrtcecl O1L

clnymorc.

the scout with n /lnsl~ii,g

Thc cleyrzzore corue "Bird" with ninny a

thrust.

Drew blood with the slogon

IYnllop" 0, brtst.

"Bmzdy

Time jomtcrs' uietm ~pring /TOITL

diflercat terrnbr,

quite

Both pr~t forth facts which ore riglit ir~

the mob,,

But ~o~r~ez~ltere 1'u.e read that n wise owl

bns "mri~"

Sorcusn~ nt best is rr low fomr of zuit.

l\'o n?an zuortil tile ennze o/ a cloy pigeon

shut

li'onld give aright to the sport bat tile

bes~ that be's got,

ilnd s~rceestions brouebt lorruard nre

The bcoco,ts are lit, orzd the :or&

gone round,

Itas To be torn up. buntt, ond thrown oet with

the dust.

Tile calls of tl~e clans o'er the pluins loud

re.~ocr,td.

The fool, ortd the clrild, toe ore taught

fron~ our youth

Jl'bile the bnttle/ir.ld choser~ to fight oat

the "Blaes"

Is n poge we all read in our book

Sl~ooters' i\'ews.

A stoat frorl~ the sor~th zous the first to

ndi.oace,

And he carried no weapon, no sword,

gLLll Or ~ I I C E ,

But the plea on his banner scented to

raise up the wroth

And get srtder the skb~ of n boy front

the rtorth.

This bay from the north with o ''Chonlpionship"

roar

Are giucn the cr~dit of spealibtg the truth.

lVe ntay inugh ot o fool and openly scofl,

But poor is the fool toe can't ~ ~ ( I T ISO~LC. L

thirlg of.

I'ue stuck out my neck 6161 bless yoa, I

krtow

If you don't Aaae a "Pr~nch'', you don't

/,oue n show,

And I'll tnke ((5 I giue, and perhaps a

bit more as

I sign myself ofl with o "ll'ec Deoch-ar~-

Doris".

-DAVID IUTSON.

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LONGREACH GUN CLUB

OUEENSLAND

(Affiliated A.C.P.T.S.A.)

Saturday, 6th August, 1955

Commencing 2 p.m.

No. 1 - 10 BIRD D.B. EYE-OPENER. Nom., lo/-.

No. 2 -

20 Bin-cl SiuagEe Ucnl.u.eE Hautrliea~~

Trophies Ist, 2nd and 3rd. Nom., £2.

No. 3-

Central Queensla~nd wffle

BarreP Chan~iioship

20 BIRDS FROlll 16 YARDS. Nom., 25/-.

Trophy and Sash; Tropldes, 2nd and 3rd.

No. 4 - 10 BIRD D.B. POINTS HANDICAP

Tropllies 1st and best 12/13 yarder. Nom., 15/-.

Sunday, 7th Allglist, 1955

Commencing 10 a.m. sharp.

No. 1 - 10 BIRD D.B. EYE-OPENER. Nom., lo/-.

$100 HANDICAP

No. 2-

30 Bird Double Barrel Points

Div. 60% 30% 10%. Nom., E4/10/-.

No. 3 - PRESIDENT'S TROPHY

20 Bird Double Barrel Points Handieay

Trophies lst, 2nd, 3rd, donated by J. G. Walker, Esq. Nom. El.

No. 4 - 10 Prs. D. RISE HANDICAP SWEEPSTAICES

Nom., £1.

Optional Sweeps :: Other events as time perluits.

All Shooters must produce Association Registration Cards.

The Managen~ent reserves the right to alter or cancel any event.

- Two Automatic Traps and Floodlighting -

J. G. WALKER, PRESIDENT.

W. H. N. WALSH, HON. EEC..

ISLAMBETH". LONGREACH.

PHONE 331.

C'O. ESTATES. LONGREACH.

PHONE 30. AFTER HOURS 64.

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back. H. Powycr is secretary of the ing at the Great Lake at other

new club. centres.

J. I. Bowler has taken over the

secretaryship of the Robinvale Gun

Club (V.), mith P. B. Ross-Tuppen

as new President. The club will hold

an open shoot on July 30, when a

£100 Handicap will be decided. The

club will also shoot at night. The

Murray Valley D. Rise title is listed

for September 3 by the club.

Moree Club, in northern Ncw

South Wales, mill conduct a two-d?y

shoot on August 1% and 13. Mam

events are the North-Western N.S.W.

D.B. title and a S100 Handicau,

followed by the North - Westehi

N.S.W. S.B. title, with many good

supporting events. Night shooting

wrill engage attention with -anather

tvo fixtures on Sentemher 9 and 10.

On the opening ;right the N.S.W.

Single-barrel night championship is

listed for decision. This will be iol-

lowed on Saturday, September 10

(day only) \\.it11 the Gwvydi? Distl.ict

smgle-barrel title. The night pro-

gramme \\,ill be arranged later. Full

details are as advertised. Enquiries

to secretary, Haxry Sullivan, Box 46,

Moree, N.S.W. A goad plane service

1s -~ now . available ~~ ~~ ~ ~ to ~~ hloree. ~ Intendinn

comnetitors are advised to ~ booG

the& accominodation without delay.

Of interest to many shooters of

%he prc-war vintage was the recent

appearance at a Moree shoot of Bob

Holmes. Bob was a popular shooter

in the days before the "blitz" and he

was successful in many events. In

the early months of 1939, with his

brother Ted (now President of the

Collarenebri Clubl. Bob visited the

southern States, and included a stay

of several weeks In Tasman~a, fish-

Another interesting item has been

Eor\\.arded by Allan Mansell, the

Cambern,ell shooter, which rcfers to

the doings of Buffalo Bill. I11 a

magazine article an English writcr

inentim~s that the last occasion on

which glass-balls \\.ere used wvas at

the Buffalo Bill Wild-West Show.

Two cowboys rode round a show

ring, the first one ejecting a series

of glass balls into ,the air. Buffalo

Bill followinn. uslnn what was

termed a "repeater die", hit every

one. Many were disturbed at the use

of a riflerather than a shotgm~, but

there was no mistake as to what

Colonel Cody could do mith a firearm

on the saddle even at a canter.

The Glencoe Club in South Australia

has become affiliated wit11 the

A.C.P.T.S.A. Secretary of the Gleneoe

Ciub is R. M. Bourke, Glencoe,

S. A.

Mount Gambier Club, in South-

Eastern South Australia, has iorwarded

n list of its office-bearers for

the current season. Thev ale:

President, W. 3. ish hop; Vice-

Presidents, N. J. Brown and G. T.

Bishop; Committee, Messrs. C. Barr,

J. Bishop, L. Earl, G. Height, L.

Sims, W. Battye, M. Bishop, A.

Hammer. R. Ralston and T. Walters.

Referees; C. Barr, A. Hammer, L.

Sims. Sicretary is Roy G. Bishop,

141 Commercial Street, Mount Gambier.

The club shooting ground is nt

Attamurra, adjacent to the Mount.

The club indicates that it is "the

oldest gun club in Australia". Its

origin dates back to 1872.

I11 an open letter to the U.S.A.

President, Phil. Miller, a prominent

U.S.A. shooter and leading authority

on the snort. colnnlains of the increasinn

briie of ^ammunition. He

describ& Ehe ammunition industry in

U.S.A. as "the tightest monopoly" in

the entire country. Miller writes, in

the American shootinn manazme

"Pull". Continnina in Lothe; edition,

Miller reek& that at least

eighly-five per cent. of U.S.A. boys

have never fired a gun of any sort

and . - nrost . of them are afraid of fire-

arms. He adds, with the disagpear-

ance of game from fields and moun-

tains, the average man or boy of to-

day has only two ways of lea~liing


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rave Park Gun C

N.S.W.

(Affiliated A.C.P.T.S.A.)

Shooting Grounds situated "Bella Vista", Old Windsor Road,

AUGUST 6th -

SEVEN HILLS (near Parramatta)

AUGUST PROGRAMME, 1955:

Club D~~~ille D~ubl~ Ud e y

s/~arro w Chagpionfhsirip

(PICII YOUR OWN PARTNERS)

20 PAIRS FROM 16 YARDS.

Trophies and Sashes for 1st pair; Trophies for 2nd pair.

Op. Sweep, divided 60%, 30%, 10%.

AUGUST 20th -

Sydney Deauvdle Doubles Ua I% y

par^ ehdn~iop~~hip

20 PAIRS FROB1 16 YARDS.

Trophies and Sashes for 1st pair; Trophies for 2nd pair.

Op. Sweep, divided 60%, 30%, 10%.

EYE-OPENERS, SWEEPSTAICES AND TROPHY EVENTS

WILL BE HELD IN ADDITION TO THE MAIN EVENTS

PROGRAMMED ABOVE.

- Afternoon Tea provided -

Shoots commence 2 p.m.

C. ANDERSON, President, C. W. PLUMMER,

70 Bradley's Head Rd., Mosman. Hon. Treasurer.

Phones: Private, XM4815; Business: WB 1712.

E. BRAZENALL, Hon. Secretary.

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shoot the ha~uk. Lining up carefully

with his under-aud-over, he pulled,

and, to his dismay, it was the niagpie

(about 12 feet bchind) which bit

the dust. The l~a\vk disappeared,

~~~

nitian for traushootinr -

~nuch relieved by the actions of the

In a letter from Cohuna the local

"good samaritan"!

secretary advises that the gun club The Coburg Club (V.) wil! shoot

has decided to close doxvn for the its Club Deauville Doubles tltle on

winter period, or at least until Saturday, July 16. On July 30 the

August 30.

club is starring as its main event a

30 birder, for 5132/10/- in trophies

Little is heard of the Queensto\\,n has been allocated. Full details are

Gun Club on Tasn~ania's rugged as advertised. Enquiries to C. J.

west-coast. A l.ecent commu~~icafion Colledge (secretary), 12 Adler Grove,

from Mrs. E. Jean Fairfield, the Merlynston, N.14.

Queenstown secretary, advises that

the club has reached the end of "its

Colin Fletcher, secretary at Dunsrnson".

..~ -~ as the weather is a serious donne11 (V.), formerly of Kolna (Q.),

handicai~ to the spo1.t at this time. has built up a splendid club at hls

Mrs. Fairfield claims that Queenscentre.

The latest addition is the intown

has no skyline and the orangestallation

of trap operation by elec-'

banded targets are a decided adva~ltricity.

It has proved a great success.

tage. She concludes by nlentioning

The release is connected direct to

that .~~.~~

visitins -~ ~ shooters to Queens- 240 volts and then, by using a transtown

are al\;;ays welcome in queensformer,

the voltage is cut to G volts

to\\rn's somewhat isolated location

at the release of the button, thus

and Inany have visited the club at eliminating any danger of serious

difl'ere~it periods during the summer. shock to the operator, if the buttor.

shorted or the flex becaine morn.

A new club is in process of forma-

Qnambatook Club (V.) \\,ill hold a

tion at Graman, via Inverell. It is

expected the new club \\.ill become

day and night shoot on September 24.

Main day event is a 20-bird trophy

an affiliated unit of the A.C.P.T.S.A.

D. Clyde Slnit11 is secretary.

competition, for which first prize is

a Beretta D.B. Gun. At night the

chief interest is a $15 Handicap,

points scoring. Full details are

advertised. Enquiries to secretary,

R. W. Ellis. Ouambatook (Phone 63).

Officials of the Leongatha Club, in

the South Gippsland district of Vic-

toria, for the current year are:

President, G. Grey; Vice-President,

T. McGaw; Secretary-Treasurer, Neil

Gannon; Cannnittee, Messrs. A C.

Hall, A. G. Foster, A. Edney, A.

Ryan, W. Millar.

A wedding of Inore than usual

interest in the clay pigeon shooting

sphere took place at the end of May,

when John Bryant Junr., \vinner of

the National title and Comn~on-

wealth titles in recent years, \\'as

mauied to Miss Linley Margaret

Whalley, daughter of Colonel and

Mrs. R. P. Whalley, of Blackhurn.

Shooters mill wish the young couple

every happiness in the futvre.

An interesting story is to hand on

the adventures of a well-known

Melbourne shooter. One day recently,

indulgi~lg in some rabbit( ?) shoot-

ing, the marksman observed a mag-

pie chasing a hawlc-the latter being

just a bit too fast for the magpie.

Taking careful aim, he decided to

.-. -. .... --~

barrel title on 0ciober 15. This 'ill

be fallo\ved at night ,by the N.S.W.

State Double - rise mght champloll-

ship. A first-class series of suppol*-

lng events are included both during

the day and night of the series.

Particulars are advertised. Enquiries

to secretary, Les McI


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BARGAHiDINB GUN CLlW

nuE:NsLAND

(Alliliared A.C.P.I.S.A.)

SATURDAY, 3 0 JULY, ~ ~ 1955

Commencing 9 o'clock

No. 1 - 5 BIRD SINGLE BARREL EYE-OPENER

Nomination (Bird only), 3/-.

No. 2 - E25 ngnrntlZea1~

20 IHnID SINGLE BPAlRREL

lst, $15; 2114 I'i/lO/-; 3rd, SZ/lO/-. Noruination, £1/10/-.

No.3- E50 EBIANDHCAP

2@ Bird hu8~Re Bar-rel $bin&

3 mreuE 2

Ist, £27; 2nd. $12; 3rd, £5. Komination, £2/10/-.

Best 12 ynrder, 13; best 16 yarder and back, £3.

No. 4 -Trophy Shoot, 20 BIRD DOUBLE BARREL

(both connt same)

Tropldes for lst, 2nd and 3rd. Nomination, 81/10/-.

SUNDAY, 31s~ JULY, 1955

No. 1 - 5 BIRD DOUBLE BARREL EYE-OPENER

Nomination (Bird only), 3/-.

No. 2 -

20 Bird Doable Barrel Trophy Shoot

(both connt same)

Trophies for lst, 2nd and 3rd. Nomination, 61/10/-.

$75 HANDICAP

30 Birds Do~tblle Barrel Points

3 and 2

lsf $36; 2nd. 818; 8rd, 26; best 12 ydr., $5; best 13 to 16 ydr., 85;

best 16 ydr. and longer, £5. Nomination, £3/10/-.

No. 4 - 10 BIRD S.B. HANDICAP SWEEP Prizes

6056, 30% and 105G. Nomination, 12/-.

OPTIONAL SWEEPS ON ALL EVENTS.

All events under A.C.P.T.S.A. Conditions.

The Committee reserves the right to modify, add or delete or

alter the sequence of any event as advertised herein.

No Shooter winning Ist, 2nd or 3rd Prize eligible for

yardage prizes.

R. H. MDYSE, PRESIDENT. A. J. ANDERSON, )ION. s~c..

"DUNRAYIN", 8ARCALDlNE. SALTERN CREEK. BARCALOINE.

PHONE 518.

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regret to lea1.n of the passing of Bob a recent note, mentioned, "Congratu-

Ferris, secretary of the Jerilderie lations to 'News', a wonderful jour-

Club, and one-time resident of Kyne- nal."

ton. Bob was a popular officia! and Reports from Rainbou- (Victoria)

was on one of his per~odical vlslts to reveal that the club intends conduct-

Melbouine when his end came. One ing its New Yeas Shoot again during

of the "early birds" of clay pigeon the coming season. Actnal dates \w.ill

shooting, Bob Fer:is did much to be available later. It is worth noting

ass~st m popula~smg the sport 111 that another Holden Car \\.ill be

the late 20's and ea~ly 30's. IIe was presented to the winner of the Rainons

of the founders of the now ex- boxr Grand P1.i~; second ~vill receive

tinct midland Victorian club at Tren- Undw-and-Over Model "A" Brownthan^.

Sincere sympathy is expressed ing Gnn, and third 250, fonrth to

to his wife and children.

tenth will receive B12/10/-. Par-

After 31 yeam' sewice to the ticulars will be advertised later.

shooting Emternity of New Zealand,

Mr. A. N. Turner, secretary-treasurer

of the New Zealand Gun Clubs'

Association, has 1,etired. The new

secretary is Mr. W. H. Stowart, c/o The French grocel, \\-ha g~nded his

Box 704, Dnnedin, N.Z. Mr. Stewart

eggs "tres tres frais, tses f~,ais,

has been for five years secretary-

Bais" and "o&s de rna~wc" finds

treasurer of the Dunedin Gun Club.

Tang years of pleasureable retire- part in &e London ewer who has

ment is hoped for. MI.. Torner, who

been offering "fresh new-laid eggs."

has &en the New Zealanders gseat

se~vice. "I knowv that passport photo is

Vic. I-Ia~,rison, secretaly of the tw~ible, dear, but that's how I'll look

Sebastopal Club (near Balla~at), in when L get off the boat."

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INTERNATIONAL MATCH. 1955

.... AIJSTRALIAN No . 2 TEAM (Runners.up) .

Back Raw (Standing): H . L . McMaster (Borrumhuttock, N.S.W.), E . J .

Matthews (Holbrook, N.S.W.), Xi . Soames Jr . (Bathurst. N.S.W.),

L . A . Martin (Hay, N.S.W.), A . F . Burns (Footscray, V.-high-gun),

J . A . McCraith (Essendon, V.), M . Smith (Sydney) .

Second Row (Sittinz): E Brinsmead (Echoca, V.), A . W . Forh3s (Aldgate,

S.A.), W . R . Johns (NIalvern. V.), L . P . Hughes (Darlmghurst,

N.S.W.), R . Grossman (Wangaratta, V.), Paul Marshall (Bridgewater,

Tas.), L . Haseler (Clara Creek, Q.), P . C . Johnson (Lower Ferntree

Gully. V.) (standing) .

Front Row: Official Referees. D . $1 . Pack (Q.), S . Cole (V.1.

22

JULY-1955

AUSTRALIAN CLAY PIGEON SHOOTING NEWS

MACKINTOSH INTERNATIONAL MATCH

THOMAS. Newton ............ 25

MUDFORD. C . E ............. 25

BRYANT. J . Juur ............. 24

OSBORNE. D ................... 25

SCOWCROFT. D ............. 24

O'DONNELL. J ................... 23

EVANS. E ......................... 22

BLAKE. J ......................... 24

SMITH. J ......................... 24

SCHOOLEY. B . G . S ....... 24

BIGGS. E . G ......................... 22

HEADON. J ......................... 23

BRESSINGTON. S ............. 20

KRENTZLIN. R ............. 23

BAKER. L . W ................... 23

AUSTRALIAN TEAM SCORES .

No . 1 Team .

Total .................. 1423

hTo . 2 Team .

. 99 (Second high-gun)

98

97

BURNS. A . F ................... 25

SOAMES. K . Junr ............. 25

MARTIN. L . A ................... 25

HASELER. L ................... 25

JOHNSON. F . C ............. 25

BR1NSMEAD.E ............. 24

McCRAITH. J . A ............. 22

FORBES. A . W ................... 24

SMITH. M ......................... 23

McMASTERS. H . L ....... 25

MATTHEWS. E . J ............. 25

MARSHALL. Paul ............ 24

HUGHES. L . P ................... 25

GROSSMAN. R . W ....... 24

JOHNS. W . R ................... 24

24

23

25

24

24

24

25

25

24

25

25

24

24

25

23

25

25

24

24

25

23

25

25

25

22

23

23

22

23

24

25 - 99 (high-gun in tie shoot)

25 98

24 98

24 97

23 97

25 96

24 96

23 9G

24 96

24 96

23 96

2.1 95

24 95

23 95

23 94~

--

Total .................. 1444


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LEARhIONTH V 25jSlji (Nichll. - B. Smith. No. 3, 10-1,il.d S.B.: 1st. J.

Weather conditions: Rne. cool. Results: No. Smith: 2nd. W. Saul: 3rd. Dr. M$~vsh. No.

1. 5 bi1.d~ D.B.: R. Thompson. M. Luhrs. 4, 10-bird D.B. Pts.: 1st. J. Smith: 2nd. V.

R. \V~I.~"C. K. warin!& B. Shengnrd. R. McIver: 3rd. B. Smith. No. 5, 5-bird D.B.

Butler. C. C;ami,bell. H. Bnnt.. G. Itirk- Pts.: 1st. 0. Bennett: 2nd. H.,Fr;tnki.

,,:ltl.iek, N. Pl,tel.son. S. G?.s~, J. 1tinners-

I?, T. G. Drife. V. Hnrl.lson, W. Icohke. We had n mod nttendilnee of local shooters

No. 2. 10-bid D.B. (4 Troohies): J. Kinand

good i1verab.c shoot in^ was dis~,lnyed.

nersl~, 30132: A. P;ilmer, 29/12: S. Gnnae,

nlthouph the weather was dull and uisil~iiity

was

20/2l; 12 yds., R. Butll?r, 18/19. No. 3.

noor. The club is stnt.tin~ to settle in

10-birr1 Points Tronhies): T. G. Drife.

and we cxneet some good shooting results in

30130: H. Bnntd4S8/60: B. Shel,onrd. 66/60:

the f"t"1.".

I2 yd.. A. Palmer. 40142. No. 4. 5-bird 1316155.-Weather conditions: ~,erfeet. Re-

D.B. (3 Tronhies): V. Harrison, 23/23: A. soits: No. 1. 5-bird D.B.: C. Kern,,. G.

P;~lmcr. 22/28: S. Gnnce. 15/16.

0'S"lli""". C. Bell, S. M:,rrh. P. Sherid:,".

A fine "i~ht, hut cool. our "sun1 b.ooc1

P. R a n H. Moitimel.. T. C. Secomhe.

lilrn-UP of shooters from Willaor;~, Strenth- No. 2, 20-bird D.B. Points: 1st. T. C. Seilrn

;:nd Bn1l;~vi~t. Sat,l!ei :IS usual.

eombc: 2nd. W. Snul; 31.d. J. Tufrey and

J. Smith. No. 3, lo-hivd S.B.: W. Snul.

13/6/55 (Day). - Waither conditions: ex- J. Tufrev, C. Bell, P. Thorn~son, div. No. 4,

cellent. Remlls: No. 1, 6-bi1.d D.B. (Corns. 1Cbird D.B.: B. Thurm;ln. G. D'Sullivnn.

1 . ) R. Thomson, E. Rodgers. N. Pate,.. P. Thomnson, J. Fo~bes, C. Bell. W. Snul.

son, H. Bnntz, E. Smith. J. Svanosio. T. J. Smifi. D. Secombe. No. 5. 5-b11.d D.B..

Harm;,", G. Cornell, B. She,,,,nl~d, P. Dobbin. Paint: 1st. div. C. Bell md W. Snal. 2nd

No. 2, 15-bird D.B.: 1st. M. Luhrs: 2nd. N. A. Oliver. No. 6. 10-bild D.B. poi&: W:

Paterron: 3rd. E. Fiiby: 12 yd.. B. Shci,. Saul. C. Bell, A. Oliver, div. No. 7. 10-bird

n:lrd: 13 Y~s., a. ~ :,~t=: In ,.dl. A. GWY~; D.B. Point: div. 1st. C. Bell ~ lnd J. Smith:

16 xis., R. Thom~,son: 16 yrl. .. V: Hairiron: 2nd. T. C. Seeombs. No. S, o prs. D. Rise:

I? Y~s.. no shoot el.^. No. 3: 1st. J. Svnno. A. Oiiver, W. &mi. D. Secombc.

aha; snd, E. Rodzcrs: 3rd. R. Thompson.

Ladies' Trol,hy, Ms. W. Dollbie; Novice The weather eonqitions xvcre ~erfeet. Good,

'l'lanhv. . . H. Bincizmnr~.

sunny, ele;tr day. Ihe shooting was the best

~ ~

scan at the Kemoseu Gun Club to dntc.

A !mod number of rhooters (311 from

cn. ~..~;,~ki, HO". see.)

Bnlinrnt, Ncwlyn. Bei&ufort. Aiietadale. Roke.

wood, Gordon. 'The d : came ~ out really nice COHUNA (V.), 13/6/55. - Wenthen. condiand

theye were 2, l:,"~e rnlmbel. of onlookers. tions: cloudy enriu, fine Inter. Results: No.

131616~ (Nizhi).-Weather conditions: er- 1, 5-bird: div. G. hlitehell, R. Arlams, G.

eellent. Resuits: No.1, Cbird D.II.: A. Fin- Wilson, A. Slieneet., R. Farrimt, S. Wiison,

Invson, J. Svitnosio, E. Smith. G. Kirk- C. hludford. No. 2. 6-bird D.B. Points Dee.:

m~triek. P. Nastor. N. P:cter.ron. No. 2, cut N. Hicks D. hlertz. No. 3, nlurrny

10-I I..: Iat. W. Dobbie. 17/17: 2nd. v:dlcy S.B. c'shio: C. ~udford lrt. sweep

260 altnts, hl. Troun, 161li: 3rd. 150 ultras. div. B. ~ddi~~". C. irrudford, j. P;~~~~. D.

N. Pnterson, 11/12. No. 3. lo-bird Points: Merts. No. 4, 6-bird D.B.: diu. G. Wiison

1st. C. Itcith. 38/39: 2nd. N. P:


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Daltry QuEENsL:INI) Gun Club

(Affiliated A.C.P.T.S.A.)

PROGRAMME :

11 SATURDAY, 1 3 AUGUST, ~ ~ 1955

Commencing at 9 a.m. sharp.

No. 1 - 5 BIRD D.B. EYE-OPENER. Comy. Div.

NO. 2 - Nomination, 5/-.

20 Birds from 16 mrtls. 2/G Optiol~al Sweep each round of 5.

Trophy and Sash, 1st; Trophies, 2nd, 3rd and 12/13 yds.

No. 3 -

ULTRA TROPRY SH08T

40 Birds D.B. Point, 3 and 2.

Nomination, £2/10/-.

In lhis cvent only "Ultra" Cartridges may be uscd.

Association Handicaps. 2/6 Optional Sweep each round of 5.

Trophies lsl, Znd, 3rd and 12/13 yds.

OTHER ZVENTS TIME PERMITTING.

BANQUET1 AND CALCUTTA ON £100 HANDICAP AT NIGHT.

SUNDAY, 1 4 AUGUST, ~ ~ 1955

Commencing at 9 a.m. sharp.

No. 1 - 5 BIRD S.B. EYE-OPENER. Coml,. Div.

No. 2 - ;\'omination, 5/-.

x m

20 Birds from 16 yards. 2/G Optional Sweep each round of 5.

Troohv arld Sash. 1st; Trophies Znd, 31.d arid 12/13 yds.

- -

Nomination, £4.

40 Birds D.B. on Assor. H'eaps. 5/- Op. Sweep each round of 10.

lst, £60; 211d, £30; 3rd, £10; 12/13 yds., E5.

OTHER EVENTS TIME PERMITTING.

The Management reserves the right to alter or modlfy any evenl

should any unforseeu circumstances arise.

Carlridges available :: Refreslunents available

TWO AUTO TRAPS :: Accommodation arranged

M. J. SWABY, PRESIDENT.

D. A. PRICE, HDN. SEC..

106 ORAYTON ST.. DALBY.

"DELORAINE". VIA DALBY.

PHONE-DALBY 287 OR 500. PHONE-JIMBOUR 29.

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*.my. 10/lO. No. 5, 10-bird S.B.: E. A.

Ilolmes, I. Constable. R. J. Whits, 10/10,

div. No. 6, lO-hir


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ROCIiHAMPTON (Q.). -Trophy Sftoot.

Sunday. June 5th. condition^: excellent.

The main event. 20-bird S.B. Tro~hy shoot,

resulted in n tie belrveen H. Goodron. E.

Marks and P. Rudd. In the shoot-off. Rudd

droniled out in the first round, but the re-

Sale Gum Club

(Affiliated A.C.P.T.S.A.)

SATURDAY, 6111 AUGUST, 195.3

Commencing at 1 p.m. sharp.

- TWO AUTOMATIC TRAPS -

1st Event - 10 BIRD CASH HANDICAP

&25 Casln f&rnrCieal~

20 BIRDS P/D.

GIPPSLAND DOUBLE BARREL

CHAMPIONSHIP

Extra fine Trophies and Sweepstake, ete.

MORE EVENTS to follow.

Aftelnoon Tea and Cartridges on the Ground.

L. BOURBAUD, PRESIOENT,

PHONE 317.

LEN ROBINSON, HUN, SEE..

PHONE 177.


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KEILOR GUN CLUB

(Affiliated A.C.P.T.S.A.)

Located Calder Highway - - - 6 DIiles Melb. G.P.O.

- Wale11 for Signboards -

Saturday, 23rl July, 1955

10 BIRDS D.B. SWEEP. Nom., lo/-.

10 BIRDS S.B. TROPHY. Nom., lo/-.

lst, Znd, 3rd and 12/13 yds.

10 BIRDS - 16 YARDS DOUBLE BARREL

1st 12/14 yd.; 1st 15/17 yd.; 1st 18 yds. and over. Nom., lo/-.

10 BIRDS DOUBLE BARREL HANDICAP

Nom., lo/-. lst, 2nd, 3rd ailrl 12/13 yds.

Saturday, 6th August, 1955

10 BIRDS POINTS SWEEP. Nom., lo/-.

20 Birds Double Barrel

ALL FROM 16 YARDS

1st and 2nd 12/13; 1st and 2nd 14/15; 1st and 2nd 16/17;

1st and 211d 18 and over.

10 BIRDS D.B. TROPHY

For further particulars, contact-

G. HUNTER, President, R. REID, Hon. See.,

3 Market St~eet, 103 Mecracken St.,

Essendon. FX 2103. Essendon. FX 2065.

AUSTRALIAN CLAY PIGEON SHOOTING NEWS

mninini~ ~wo sliot tllree rounds before the

rosuit fin;~ily went to Goodson, 15/16: Marks.

3/15. H:,rald Goodson ,vss clellriy the most

eoi~sist,,nt rhootcr on the day, but siieci;tl

credit is due to Erie h1oi.k~ for his uenllr

due effort. Peter Rudd :dso rvon :I 10-bird

outrirht atid wss not Ini l~ehind in othcr

events.

Resolts: &bid S.B.: H. Goodson, 615.

10-bird S.B.: 1.1. Goodaon, 10/10. 10-bird

S.B.: P. Rudd, 10110: 20-bird S.B.: EI.

Goodron. 34/31. 10-llird S.B.: J. Wip~inaton,

P. RUM, S. Hc31derson. div., 10110.

5-bird S.B.: R. Gmhnm, D. Russcll, G. Kinr.

S. He31derson. E. Mnrks, div., 515.

(R. Grnh:tm, Publicity.)

PERTH (W.A.). Srturday. May 14. -

No. 1. 10 birds I1.B.: 1;. Gouldhrm, 1st: W.

NewitL, 2nd: J. Stec1.e. 31.d. No. 2. 10 ilrs.

D'ville Doubles: C. l'er~uson :md G. Smith.

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~NCORPORAT~NG BLACKBURN AND NOEEL CLUBS

(Affiliated A.C.P.T.S.A.)

JULY 23~0-

10 BIRD D.B. SWEEP (Points). Nom., lo/-.

Nom., 20/-.

20 BIRD DOUBLE BABREE

lst, 2nd, 3rtl, 15/16, 13/14 and 12 yd. Trophies.

AUGUST 6TH-

10 BIRD D.B. (Time permitting)

15 BIRD D.B. SWEEP. Nom., 15/-.

Nom., 20/-.

lst, 2nd, 3rd, 15/16, 13/14 and 12 yd. Trophics.

AUGUST 20TH-

Nom., 20/-,

Nom., 20/-.

lst, 2nd, 3rd, 15/16, 13/14 and 12 yd. Trophics.

G. BIGGS, PRESIDENT. A. V. NOLAN, HON. SEC..

TEL.: BF 8400 986 WHITEHORSE ROAD. BOX HILL.

TEL.: WX Z108.

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S.B.: div. J. Gerbcr, F. Bell. R. Smitli.

10110. No. 21, 10-bird S.B.: div. N. Hrrtwell,

Y. Tabulo. I.'. DL Bnrtolo, T. Rotondo,

J. Get.ber. J. Collinson, A. Smith, 10/10.

No. 22, D'villo Doubles: G. Goodman cmd

R. B U ~ S ~ ~ div. ~ I . ~ith N. nosetto and A.

Smith. No. Pa. D'vllle Doublo8: A. Collins

and A. Collinson, div. with N. Doretto and

A. Smith. No. 24, D'ville Doubles: S. Di

Bartolo and X. cox, div. with L. Ashworth

and L. Rennie. No. 25. D'viile Doubles:

S. Di Bnrtolo and H. Cox.

On Sntex~lar ni::ht, foilowinx the sl~oot,

the club cnrlo:~vaurcd to rcnnv thc llol::itililtv

showered on its membors when they visit

other clohs in the North. Tlte Iiditcr oE the

"Advocate", w1,o wns ,,resent, er,>;cssed hi.

imnressionr in the ii:~l>el., as iullows: "Garpanturn''

ir the only word I can think i ~ v

to describe the feast the Burdel~in Gun Ciub

nut on lor its memherr and visitors on

Sa~ora.lu night.

(L. J. Brhworth, Hoo. Scc.)

(Afhliated I\.C.P.T.S.A.)

A most sueeerrfui dnv's r1,ooting ,"as ea-

joyed ilv :,I1 "resent. Condition8 were dull

and mild and caod breaks were recorded by

C. Fletcher, 73 str:tight; P. Jobb, 58

straight: I. Wilson, 51 rtrnieht. Shooters

were llrerrnt from Portarlington. Dundon-

n4l. Cnmocvdown. Beaufort, Will;turn, Hor-

sham, Westmere, Portlnnd, Tcranp, Mort-

!;,kc and Croydon. Tile nett t,iocecds of the

si~oot, 2130. were in aid of tho Den.~ni~lium

Ladies' Auriiinry of the Lismore B.N. Hor-

nib].

(S. hl. Lnkey, Elon. Scc.)

owing to weather conditions, shootilip wns

mod. cock of Wnil; az;tin ~rored very

ezcitinz ilnd lzrenlv eoatestcd. Con~mtulr-

tions to our Club C;~iltain, B. O'IInilorrti, in

reca~tuiinz this ~riicd tml,lly. Club liresi-

dent. L. C. Wyl


AUSTRALIAN CLAY PIGEON SHOOTING NEWS

RICHMOND GUN CLUB

RTOPITnll QUBBINSE.ANB9

(Affiliated A.C.P.T.S.A.)

2 DAY CLAY BIRD SWQRT

10th and 11th September, I955

1st DAY:

Event 1 - 5 BIRD D.B. EYE-OPENER. Nom., 5/-.

Comp. Div.

Event 2 - 5 BIRD D.B. HANDICAP. Norn., 5/-.

Con~p. Div.

Event 3 -

$85 Nalcdgcap

20 Birds D.B. Points 3 and 2.

2 visils to track. Nom., £3. Optional Sweep. lo/- on cach

birrls. lst, £50; Znd, $25; 3rd, £10.

Event 4-

B@ BZ#.a& Simgle FICEH.H.L,~~ Bfamnam(Bi6:aq

Nom., 30/-. Optional Sweep, lo/-.

Trophies lst, 2nd and 3x1, valued at £15, £5 and £3 respectively.

A Team Shoot is to be arranged on this event. Nonl., $1

pel. Shooter.

Calct~tta for 2nd Day will be drawn and sold Saturday evening.

2nd DAY :

Event 1 - 5 BIRD S.B. EYE-OPENER. Nom., 5/-.

Comp. Div.

Event 2 - 5 BIRD S.B. HANDICAP. Norn., 5/-.

Comp. Div.

Event 3 -

Calcutta Single Barrel Handicap $135

30 Birds. 3 visits to traclr. Nom., $5.

Optiolial Sweep, 10/- on each 10 birds. Ist, £100; ,

214 £25; 3rd, £10.

Event 4 -

10 Bir-cE 1DozcbEe Bar.~.c,l i%ctana&iL.rel~

equal scoring.

Ist, Trophy valued at £15; 2nd at &S; 3rd at 53. hTol11., £1.

Optional Sweep, lo/-.

Team Shoot to be arranged on this ermt. Nom., $1 per Inan.

Ail events under A.C.P.T.S.A. eo~~~itions. The Conlmittec 1.esevves the right

to ilitel. or delete any event advertised hercln. The o,yanirers. while takinx

i,recnutian, accept no res~onaibility for any neeldentnl clrmztsc to any

~,et.son or nrolierty on the zroundr.

J. TREVETON, PRESIOENT,

A. K. KELMAN, HUN. SEC..

RICHMOND. N.O. "E5SEX DOWNS"

RICHMOND. N.O.

AUSTRALIAN CLAY PIGEON SHOOTING NEWS

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AUSTRALIAN CLAY PIGEON SHOOTING NEWS

EBBURG GUN CLUB

VICTORIA

(Affiliated A.C.P.T.S.A.)

GROUND LOCATION: hlATHIESON ST., NTH. COBURG.

SATURDAY, I~TH JULY, 1955

5 PAIR DOUBLE RISE. Cash. Entry, lo/-.

flub Deauville Doubles

15 pairs from 20 yards. Entry, Sl each.

Trophies 1st and 2nd pairs. Sashes to winning pair.

10 BIRDS DDUBLE BARREL

lst, Znd, 3rd and 12/13 yds. Trophies. Entry, lo/-.

ANNUAL MEETING, COBURG TOWN HALL,

TUESDAY, JULY 19.

SATURDAY, 30TH JULY, 1955

10 BIRDS POINTS DECISION. Cash. Entry, lo/-.

30 Birds Double Barrel

£132/10/- IN TROPHIES. Entry, £3.

1st -Silver Salver and Water Set ............ Value $28 0 0

2nd -Mantle Wireless ........................ ,, $22 0 0

3rd -Beautiful Auto Tray .................. ,, $20 0 0

12/13 yds. - Crystal Vase .................. ,, S12 10 0

14/15 yds. - Crystal Vase .................. ,, $12 10 0

16/17 yds. - Crystal Vase .................. ,, 512 10 0

18/19 yds. - Crystal Vase .................. ,, $12 10 0

20 yds. and over - Crystal Vase ............ ,, $12 10 0

OTHER EVENTS, TIME PERMITTING.

Red Cross Shoot - Saturday, August 13.

F. W. OLVER, C. J. COLLEDGE, Secretary,

12 Adler Grove,

Merlynston, N.14.

Phone: WA 9819. Phone: FL 4835.

AUSTRALIAN CLAY PIGEON Sl-IOOTlNG NEWS

Preliminary airnouncement ...

GOBURG GUN CLUB

VICTORIA

COBURG GRAND PRIX

to . he shot at Cobuw Ground

GP' DAY - TIESDAY, lsi NOVEIVIBER, 1955

1 30 B2ds Double Barrel First Prize-"BELLVUE" DeLUXE CARAVAN, fitted with

everything, including refrigerator.

The very latest ......

............ Value 63700

Second Prize - UNDER Lb~gn GUN ............ Value 63149

Third Prize - BOAT (Decked) ........... Value $65

Entry, £12.

Associatiu~~ Handicaps .. Meals on Ground

Supporting Programme, incluxing COBURG STAICES.

Particulars later issues.

I?. OLVER, President. C. J. COLLEDGE, Secretary,

Phone: WA 9819 12 Adler Gve., Merlynston, N.14.

Phone: FL 4835.

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AUSTRALIAN CLAY PIGEON SIiOOTlNG NEWS AUSTRALIAN CLAY PIGEON SI-IOOTING NEWS

Now Suet11 ~ aius

(Afliliarcd A.C.I'.'l'.S.A.)

. . 2 DAY SHOOT..

Friday 1121Jn aearrz Sadxaa.~CICg 13tlc

A ungucs f 11955

Commencing 9.30 a.m. each day.

FIRST DAY:

NO. 1 - 5 BIRD D.B. EYE-OPENER. Cornp. Division.

No. 2-

North Western New South Wales Double

Barrel Championship

- No. S-

El00 O HANDICAP E400

No. 4-

SECOND DAY:

E50 m.@~~fng Sfcoot

No. 1 - 5 BIRD S.B. EYE-OPENER. Cornp. Division.

No. 2-

North Western New South Wales Single

Barrel FhampionsI~ip

No. 3-

No. 4-

dF50 TropJcp~ SIsood

Other Sweepstake and Trophy events both days as time permits.

FRED THOMPSON, PRESIDENT,

WTUNA. PALLAMALLAWA.

HARRY SULLIVAN, HON. SfC.,

BOX 46. P.0.. MOREE.

PHONE 145.

(Affiliated A.C.P.T.S.A.)

STATE CHAMPIONSHIP

FRIDAY NIGHT, 9th SEPTEMBER, 1955:

New South Wales State Single Barrel

Night Cha~npionship

AND

e50 ililNnzeam

SATURDAY, loth SEPTEMBER (Day):

G~vydir Distriet Dooble Barrel

C hanrpionsl~i y

AND

NIGHT Programme to be armnged.

- (2) TWO LIGHTED AUTOMATIC TRAPS -

L~uleheon, Refreshments ai?d Cartridges available.

Goad plane service. But phone early for aceommodation.

FRED THOMPSON, PRESIDENT.

WTONA. PALLAMALLAWA.

HARRY SULLIVAN, HUN. SEE..

BOX 46. P.0.. MOREE.

PHONE 145.


AUSTRALIAN CLAY PIGEON SHOOTING NEW.!

48th &Iw.-lo-bird D.B.: M. ~Ileller. C. W.

Plummer. D. Osbernc. 10/10, div. No. 2,

5-bird S.B.: C. W. Plummer. C. Miehnei.

E. B~alenall, 5/5. div. No. 3. Sydney S.B.

C'ship: &I. Pulicr, 1st. 20/20; C. Nichols,

J. Newton Thomns. 19/20: ahmeoff: C.

Nichols, 24/25, 2nd: Newton Thomas, Srd,

23/25, No. 4, 15-bird D.B. Troghy: 0.

Andcrean. C. W. Plammer. W. McPhee. J.

Neeld 16/16: sliootaff: C. W. Plummer,

1st. io/zo; 0. Anderson. 2nd. 19/20,

(E. Bmnnll. Hon. Seo.)

NORWBLL (V.), ZS/6/55.-Weather conditions:

areellent. Results: No. 1. 5-bird

Fointa Dec.: div. Cobaln, Hnre. L. Mason,

H. Pearmn E. Rowiand. A. Morriwn. 0.

~yton. s. holdina. T. Pctonbn. C. BudCe.

E. Webb B. Jenkins. J. IIudson. D. Dnvcy.

NO. 2. &%a H'oa~: P. I(owlcy. P. Hate. H.

Peitraon. Rowlnnd H. Duff. C. Budge. J.

Hudson. D. DIWY: J. Oliver. No. 8. 2O-bir


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3??IA3TXVH3 ?a PPlI a9 07


AUSTRt\Lii\N CLAY PIGEON SHOOTING iVE\tTS

D.R.: diu. B. Walker, R, AleCosi~er. N.

Smith. T. Ci~;indler, It. Middletoe, lZ/i?.

No. 4, 10-bivd D.B.: div. W. Edw:lrds. J.

hlcLe;sn. It. MeCosl;e~.. N. Smith, 10/10.

No. 6. 10-bird I1.B. Wean: div. P. Psnl~os.

W. Edwards. J. Melean. 11. W;%llis.: n. niiaai~to~,. 2nd. 184/136 1,~s.

No, 7, 10-11il.d D.B. Tvovh~: 1st. B. Walker.

81/34; N. Smith, 32/34. No. 8, 6-bird D.B.

Box Sxvcre: diu. T. Chsndler nnd B. Wnikcr.

,:,x. ~.

Rod Mecoskcr s1,ot 111 birds strnisI,t-Ilo

these ive1.e first l>nrrcie: our he;~rticst eonxi'atulstions

lo Rod, ancl also to Bee Wniker.

who shot 61 first b:trmis. These two boys

imm In\ereil :,re areat sr~orts, and everyone

wns dciiphtcd that they got thcir brc:ill-

lins, 9/10; Miss-out. diu.: 2nd 12 ydr.. C. H.

Stewart. 9/10. No. 1. $50 20-bird D.B.

H'e:lv (Comn. Div.): R. Wehlh D. Osborno.

R. l'nunt, W. J. Rutty, 20/20: 1st 12/18

ydr., A. Beli (Milton); 2nd 12/13 yrlr., E.

Hush (B~.aidrvoud). Hiph Gun for, the day,

R. Webb. 40140. Best Shonlhnuen shooter,

Bank Volt, who shot 37/40.

nssistnnee and ruidanec during the nreonra-

tion lleriod and nt the shoot itself.

(Max Perring, Hon. See.)

noon ten.

(L. D. Arsnll, Eon. Sec.)

XOREE (N.S.W.1.-Shnrine the lcnd with

Bob Grant (Collarenebril with a ,,ossible 20

birds, Rcc Williams continued his break to

26 birds to win Gwydir Dirt. S.B. Chrm~,ion-

shin at Moree on June 13. Alons with other

rnoiting bodies, the Gun Club enjoyed ideal

eanditions for their shoot and followers of

the soort enme from Coilerenebri. Munzindi.

St. George, Goondiwindi, Texas, Gramm.

Yetmen, Invcrell and De1ungr.z. Forty-f~ve

shooters took "art in the ilrogramme, which

includcrl a El00 Hnndicn~. With the inrtnlln-

tion of floadlightine on both tmohs, the

club has big hones for their shoots in August

and Sentember next.

JULY-1955

BUTE-SNOWTOWN (S.A.), 12/6/55. -

Weather conditions: tine. Resnits: No. 1.

&bird: di". H. commons. M. Aubrey. J.

Gill, T. Irish. D. Scott, J. Slattery. No. 2,

20 birds D.B.: 1st. T. Irish, 20/20: 2nd.

S. Irish. 19/20: 3rd. T. Slnttery. 18/20:

12 yd., Elsgood.

An excellent day's shooting mas enjoyed

I>Y 25 shooters, some rvho travelled mart

distances to attend. Many thilnks. Aftel-

noon ten sup~lied by the ladies was n~,nreei-

ntcd by shooters and the large emwd oi

slieetntorr.

(P. 11. Gill, Hon. See.]

MACARTNUR V . 25/6/55. -Weather

conditions: wintry. Rcsultr: No. 1, 5-bird:

A. Hnrdy, J. Pye, G. Shnrroek. I-. Millard.

H. V:~ushnn, M. Millord. L. Hodse. No. 2.

1Cbird 620 Novelty Shoot: A. Hnrdy, 1st:

2nd and 3rd. div. M. hlillard, J. Pya, C.

Wild. No. 3. 5 ilr. D'vilie Doubles: div. A.

FInrdv and L. nodse, and P. Paton 'and

W. Muir, 5 11,'. NO. 4, 5-bird Pt. Shoot:

div. G. Sharrock. L. Millard. C. Wild. 15/16

~ts. No. 5, 5-bird S.B.: div. P. Pnton and

W. Muir, 5/5.

Shooters had a very enjoyable day. S~ecinl

thmlcs to Nosnitnl Ladies' committee lor

SUDD~Y~~S. eftern~~n tea.

(S. J. Ford, Hon. Sec.)

55


A GUN CZUB

(Affiliated A.C.P.T.S.A.)

$5260 . Prize Money and Trophies $1,260

(Plus Sweepstal~es) - (Plus Sweepstakes)

Rockhan~pton Cente~ary a Clay Pigeon Shoot

TWO DAYS AND NIGHT

OPEN TO ALL A.C.P.T.S.A. MEMBERS (Card must be produced) . TWO TRAPS OPERATING

SPECIAL PRIZE FOR HIGH GUN OF THE SHOOT-"BROWNII\;G U. 6r O. GUN,,

1st Day - Slmdg, 28th August, 1955

Commencing 9.30 a.m.

10 BIRD DOUBLE BARREL HANDICAP. $1 Optional Sweepstalte. Nomination, $1.

Ist, £20 - 2nd, £10 - 31-4 £5.

HANDZCAP

50 BIRD DOUBLE BARREL. Nomination, $7/10/-. lo/- Optional each round of 10.

lst, £150; Znd, £40; 31x1, £15; best 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 and Back Marker, £W/10/- each.

E225 HRNDHCAP TEAMS SIIOBT

20 BIRD DOUBLE BARREL. 5 Men Teams. Best 4 Scores to Count. Nom., $4 per Shooter.

Shooters need not necessarily be froin same club. lo/- Optio~~al Sveepstake each round of 10.

Ist, £150 - Znd, £50 - 3rd, £25.

2nd Day - Monday, ., 29th August, 1955

Commencing 9.30 a.m.

10 BIRD DOUBLE BARREL POINTS, 3 and 2. Nomination, $1. $1 Optional Sweepstalte.

Ist, £20 - 2nd, £10 - 3rd, £5.

$250 m e HA a a

E23@

- CALCUTTA THIS EVENT -

50 BIRD DOUBLE BARREL POINTS, 3 and 2. Nom., $7/10/-. lo/- Optional each round of 10.

lst, £150; 2nd, £40; 3rd, £15; best 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 and Back Marker, £'?/lo/- each.

E225 BHRNIDBCAIP TEAMS SHOOT

20 BIRD SINGLE BARREL. 5 Men Teams Shoot. Nomination, $4 per Shooter.

Shooters need not necessarily be from same club. lo/- Optional each round of 10.

lst, £150 - 211d, £50 - 3rd, £25.

- HIGH GUN PRIZE -

This prize will be awarded to the shooter registering the highest score over the above six shoots.

Night Shoot - Wednesday, 31st August, 1955

- - -

20 BIRDS OFF 16 YARDS - - Ist, Trophy and Sash - 2nd, Trophy - 3rd, Tropl~y

- OTHER EVENTS TIME PERMITTING -

Cartridges and Refreshments on Ground. A.C.P.T.S.A. Handicap Cards must be produced.

The Committee rcserves the right to alter progranm~e if necessary.

ACCOMillODATION!

Visiting - shooters are urged - to advise as early as possible so accommodation can be booked.

R. GRAHAM,

Telegram or Write. Phones: Day, 3390 - Night, 4921. Box 424, 30 William Street, Rockliainptoil.

L. MACE (President). D. G. RUSSELL (Hail. Secretary).


AUSTRALIAN CLAY PIGEON SHOOTING NEWS

("Denotes Passed Written and Oral Tests)

AKERS, Reg" GARDINER, J. PARKER, W. R.

ALEXANDER, R.* GARDINER, M. PARRY, E. D.

ALLEN, Alf* GARONNE, R.* PHILLIPS, T. L.

ANDERSON, G.* GITTINGS, D. W. POWELL, Rex*

BALE, M. C.' GLOVER, F. R.'?- POXON, A. EL*

BALL, H. H. GRAY, L. C. PRICE, L. V.

BARNES, A. W." GUY, N.* RAINBIRD. W."

BARR. C. M.*

BENNETT, 12. H.'

BENTLEY, 1%. N.

BIENVENU. J. W

BIGGS, E. G.*

BISHOP, P. M.*

BLACK, L. R.*

BOURIIE, J.*

BRAZENALL, B. E.

BRENIC, A. H.

BRENT, D. A.

BRESSINGTON, S.

BRINSIMEAD, A. C.

BRINSMEAD, E. S.

BROWN, T. R.

BOURBAUD, L.

BOYD, K.*

BULLEN, W. N.

BUSHBY, J. R.*

CAMPBELL, C.

CARRINGTON, W. J."

CHERRY, T. A."

COLLIVER, H.

COOIISON, G. N.*

CORNISH, C. E.*

CORSTORPHAN. D.*

'COX, E. V?

COX, H. F."

CRACKEL, Percy

DALY, G."

DOYLE, Luke"

DOYLE, Mark

DUDLEY. VERN*

DUNSTAN, Robert

EMSLIE, F. E.*

EVANS, A,*

FERGUSON, C. (w.A.)

FORBES, A. W.

HALL, A. W."

HASELER, L. W.

HAYNES, A. E.

HERDEGEN, A. D.

HOFFMAN, D.

HOLLOW, C. S.

HOUSTON, J.'!

HOWARD, Vic.

JAMES, H. G.*

JOHNS; W. R.*

KILCULLEN, R. G.*

KNIGHT, A. E.

LEGGE, E. C.

LOVE, D. C."

LUPP. L.*

MACICAY, T. E.

MARTIN. G. S.

MARTIN, S. M.

MATTHEWS, E. J.

XIETCALFE, E. G.

MILLS, H.

MISKIN, K. R.*

MOORE, R. W.

McARTHUR, J. T.*

McCRAITH, J. A.

McGILP, N. A.

McINNES, G. D."

McINTOSH, A. W.

McIlERROW, D. J."

McLEOD, G. B.

NEENAN, J. D.

NORMAN, Theo*

O'BRIEN, J.'

OLIVER, J. F.

O'SHANNESSY, W.

PACK, D. M.*

PALMER, W. A.

RALEIGH, ~ohn*

RALEIGH. J. W.*

REDMAN, E. E.

REED. Gordon

RICHTER, W.

ROBERTS, A.

ROBERTS; H. C.

RUSSELL. A. J.

SCHIFFERLE, E. J.*

SCHOOLEY, B. G. S.

SECCOMBE, T. C.

SEIS, J. A.

SEMMLER, J. E.

SERTORI, Dr. J. L.*

SHEPHERD, G. H.

SIM, G. L;"

SINGLETON, I". E.*

SMITH, H.

SMITH, 0. W."

SOAMES Junr., Keith

SOAMES Senr., K.

SPALL, T. H.

STARLING, W. W.

STEWART, C.

STOTT, W.*

TENNENT, W. G.

THEODORE. J.

TYRWHITT,' R.

VENABLES. J. K.

WALKER, d. M.

WANGEMAN, E."

WATSON, Dave

WIGHTMAN, Dick*

WIGNELL, C.*

WILSON, J. M.*

WOODROW, J.*

WOOLFORD, Ken E. & 0.

AUSTRALIAN CLAY PIGEON SI-IOOTlNG NE\V'S

The follo~ving are the Association Handicaps for all registered shooters

competing in OPEN events. Where no handicap has been declared, insuffi-

cient record of performances are known.

Handicaps have been declared with the limit mark shooters commencing

at 12 yards in accordance with the rules of the Association. Clubs are re-

quested to conform to this rule and begin handicaps at 12 yards. Unknown

shooters should commence no nearer than 16 vards.

In order to ensure satisfactory Association handicapping, Club officials

are requested to show each shooter's full surname and initials (shooting

name, if any, in addition) when forwarding handicap returns to the Associa-

tion office.


Bishop, R. J. (Adelaide)

Black, A. R. (Irrewil-

lipe) ........................

Black, G. (Winchelsca)

Black, J. (Rockhampton)

Black, J. (Lake Albert)

Black, John D. (Yeoval)

Black, J. R. (Collarene-

bri) ..............................

Black, J. S. (Aero Club)

Black, I


B~irns, W. A. (Wangar-

atta) ........................

Burns, W. B. (Gorolte)

Burridge, R. (Perth) ......

Burrows, C. (Tyren-

darra) ........................

Burrows, H. G. (Aust.)

Burrows, W. (Bathurst)

Burry, Colin (Barcaldine)

Burry, J. (Giru) ............

Burt, F. (Geraldton) ......

Burton, B. (Tamworth)

Burton, D. (Sydney) ......

Burton, G. (Donald) ......

Bushby, J. R. (Narran-

dera) ........................

Busiko, T. (Prairie) ......

Butler, B. (Moree) .........

Butler, Errol (Berridale)

Butler, Geoff (Moree) ...

Butler, J. (Learmonth)

Butler, R. (Leamonth)

Butler, R. (Tomnsville)

Butler, W. C. (Tumut)

Butson, J. (Wodonga) ...

Butt, R. J. (Aero Club)

Butterfield, V. (Lear-

month) ........................

Buzacott, G. T. (Jeparit)

Bye, E. H. (Horsbam) ...

Bye, M. (Goodooga) ......

Bye, Tom (Bourke) ......

Byers, A. J. (Aust.) ......

Bygrave, R. (Willaura)

: Byres, W. (Bathurst) ...

' Byme, J. (Frankston)

Byrneo, B. C. (Gunning)

Byrnes, B. (Goulburn)

: Casalegno, J. B. (Burdekin)

..............................

Casley, R. E. (Ganmain)

: Cassimatis, J. (Cuiinamulla)

........................

Cassin, D. (Tan~worth)

Castle, N. (Donald)

......

Castle, W. (Quainbatook)

........................

Catheart, J. (St. Arnaud)

Catlin, W. ("Dinky")

(Hay) ........................

Catling, G. (Rand)

.........

Catling, Tim (ICatanning)

Catt, A. W. (Hargrave)

Catton, R. W. (Geelong)

Caurte1.0, F. (Coburg) ...

Cavanagh, B. (Walpeup)

Cam, L. (Donald)

............

Cesco, D. (Newcastle)

Chad\vick, G. (South

Coast) ........................

Challis, W. (Rainbow) ...

Chamberlain, A. (Cahuua)

........................

Chambers, J. (Cowra) ...

Chambers, Rod (Borung)

Chandler, Mrs. C. D.

(Riverside) ...............

Chandler, C. J. R. (St.

George) .....................

Chandler, T. J. E.

(Riverside)

...............

Champney, &I. (South

Burnett) ..................

Chapman, A. (Lismore,

N.S.W.) ....................

Chapman, F. (Tomnsville)

........................

,

Chapman, Dr. Max\vell

(Ganmain) .................. 12

Chappell, R. C. (Faotscray)

....................... 13

Chapple, I-I. (Wodanga) 12

Chardon, F. L. (Riclimand)

........................ 12

Charlton, A. J. (Lake

Albert) ........................ 12

Chazan, &I. (Colae) ...... 12

Chesney, A. H. (Warwick)

........................ 12

Chilcott, L. (Tambo) ... 13

Childs, K. (Mt. Barker) 14

Childs, S. (Warracknabeal)

........................... 16

Chirnside, A. F. (Dundonnell)

..................... 12

Chirnside, R. (Dundonnell)

........................... 12

Christoffersen, C. (Sale) 16

Churchill, B. (Goulburn) 13

Churchill, C. (Cressy) ... 15

Churchill, D. (Goulhurn) 15

Churchill, H. W. (Crookwell)

........................ 12

Clal.ke, A. J.' (Rainbow) 20

Clarke, C. (Rockhampton)

.............................. 15

Clarke, F. C. (Warracknabeal)

........................ 12

Cameron, M. J. (Lacey- Capel, K. (Clara Creek)

pede Bay) .................. Capell, T. M. (Trundle)

Can~eron, M. R. (Roma) Capes, Ron (Hamilton)

Cameron, S. H. (Hamil- Carger, J. G. (ICellerton)

.............................. berrin) ........................

Campbell, A. (Bathurst) Carger, R. H. (Iceller-

Can~pbell, A. L. (War-

benin)

wick) ........................

........................

Carger, S. J. (Keller-

Carnobell. . . C. (Lear-

berrinl ........................

month) ........................

Carine, B. (Horsham) ...

C:~~?ipbell, C. (lI:~il~u~~~~

1 Carless, F. (Perth) ......

C::II:[IIJCII, G. A'. (1)::Iby) Carman, F. (Aust.) ......

Ca!i~oL~~Il. - . J. G. t3lt~11- Carmichuel, H. (Sea

bannar) ..................... Lake) ........................

Campbell, Les (Atherton)

.............................. Came, 13. S. (Roma) ......

Campbell, N. (Rock- Carne, W. H. (Roma)

hampton) .................. Carpenter, W. (Alexan-

Camnhell. Oliver

dm) ..............................

A ,

(Donald) .................. Carr. Tom (Mananra- -

Campbell, R. (Towns-

tang) ........................

Carra, W. E. (Berriwillock)

........................

Carrick, J. (Atherton) ...

Carrigan, E. (Gooudiwmdi)

........................

Cannon, T. (Hobart) ......

Cantrill, E. S. (Moree)

Cantwell, J. (Newcastle)

Capel, A. F. (Binaara)

Capel, I. (I

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$ Collins, John (Yass) .- 12

Collins, Lt. J. E. (Shoal-

, ..

Colliver, H. (Perth) 20

Colliver, S. G. (Perth) 17

Colquhon, R. (Brisbane) 12

Colquhoun, Wes. (Drouin) 13

Colquhoun, William

(Dmuin) ...... ...... 12

Colvin, G. (Border) ...... 1G

Colvin, Ron (Riverside)

Commins, G. (Mango-

piah) .-.. -.. 12

Commons, H. R. (Bnte-

Snowtown) - .......

Commons, W. A.

(Broken Hill) .........

Compton, B. (Portland)

Condick, E. (Coburg) ...

Condon, F. (Tamworth)

Condon, J. R. (Yerong

Creek) -- -.. -.

Coningham, W. A. (Rock.

hampton) -. ..-.

Conlan, J. F. (Perth) -

Connard, Dr. (Rupan-

YUP) ........................ 13

: Connell, EIarold (Yass) 14

I; Conuell, W. (Cpessy) ... 13

; Connelly, Mart (Birchip) 15

; Cpnnelly, Mick (Birchip) 12

: Creasy, L. L. (Holbr'k)

'; Creasy, W. L. (Hol-

$ brook) .-..-.-.-..

o Creelman. J. (Portland)

Creightori, J. (Border) 1

Cribb, J. (Gundagai)

Crichton, Scott (Clara

Creek) ........................

Crichtou, J. (Clara

Crick, ~ony (Wellington)

Cripps, A. C. (Foster) ...

Criu~s. . E. C. H. (Foster)

. .- .-.

Crisp, H. (Queanbeyan)

Crisp, Neville J. (Wileanuia)

........................

Crittenden, G. (Jeparit)

Crocker, G. (C'well)

Croft, R. (Hargrave) ...

Croft. R. A. (Aero Club)

Croker, Alan -(Atherton)

Cron~hie, D. (Bangall) -

Crombie, J. (Bangall) -

Cronk, E. W. (Qld.)

Crank. ~~ F. (Camberwell)

crooks, .Joseph (Casinoj

Cross, A. (Dubbo) ............

Cross, R. G. (Gilgandra)

("Sleet") .........

Cross, K. (Gilgandra) .

Cross, R. (Heywood) ...

Cross, W. (Tullibigeal)

Crosse, G. Ii. (Colac) -

Crossland, V. (Casino)

Crossley, Michael

(Kataimiug) ............

% Crothers, H. (Warwick)

.

Crothers, J. J. (Warwick)

................ 18

Crothers, W. (Bonrlce) 1.2

Crouch. J. (Cunnamulla) 15

Croutlrer, 0. W.

(Tomsville) .-. 13

Crow, Arthur E. (Kya-

............

bram) 15

Crow, I


...

ram) ............ ......

Dempsey, J. (Albury) -

Dempsey, P. (Foster) ...

Dempster, A. J. (Warwck)

-. - ...........

Dempster, E. L. (Northam)

-. -. -... -...

Dempster, G. R. D.

(Northam)

ton) . -. .

B Dennis, C. (Mildura) ...

- din)

5 Dennjs, G. F. (Cundert:

Dennis, P. (Iiingaroy)

.............................

Drummond, John (Wal-

5 wa) -- -. -- ..- 12

5 Drendel, E. (Rainbow) 14

I Drendel, R. W. (Rambow)

........................ 16

Drendel, S. (Rainbow) . 14

Dlendell. W. W. (Nhill) 10

Drew, S. (~awonga) ;.. 18

Drife, G. H. (Learmonth)

........................ 16

Dlife, T. G. (Learmonth) 17

Drummond, L. S. (Seymour)

-. - .-. 16

Drummond, R. (Walwa) 12

Drury, T. A. (Kellerbe~rin)

13

............

......

Duddy, M.' (Quirindi) -- 12

Duddy, W. (Moree) 14

Dudlev. Veln (Camber-

Duell, J; (Wangaratta) 16

Duff, H. (Moi.wel1) - .- 15

Duffy, 3. (Pelican Creek) 12

Dugan, S. J. (Lightnmg

Ridge) ....................... 12

Dulhuntv, Mac X.

(Quknheyan) ......... 16

Dulhunty, Roy E.

(Queanbeyan) ........ 16

Duller, E. (Lake Albert) 13

Duller, Mrs. E. (Adelaide)

............ -.. 16

Dumesney, F. (POI*

Fairv) ....................... 12

Denton, A. H. (Mandur-

Dwn, G. (Warracknabeal)

-.-..-.-.....-. 14

Dunn, Graham (Rainbow)

.... .- -- 14

...

Dunn, Keith (Donald) 13

Dunn, R. (Kaniva) - 12

Dunn, Stewart, (Donald) 13

Dunn, W. (Rainbow) -.. 18

Dunne, A. (Wemimull) 13

Dunne, J. R. (Longreach) 12

Dunstan, A. (Wodonga) 12

Dunstan, 3. (Quambatook)

-- -.- -.. 12

Dunstan, Robert (Herbert

River) . -- .-. 14

Dunwoodie, J. (Cairns) 16

Dubridge, M. (Casterton).

..- . ..-. 12

Dubridge, W. (Perth)

DuVeinet, L. S. (War-

..............................

ren) 14

Duxson, E. (St. Ainaud) 16

Dwyer, D. J. (Boorown) 12

Dwyer, G. (Northam) - 16

Dwvyer, J. P. (Athe~.ton) 16

Dwyel; M. (Cunnamulla) 12

Dwyer, R. (Atherton) . 14

Dwyer, W. (Wodonga) 12

Dyer, Col. (Jeparit) ..- 13

Dyson, E. (Tyrendarra) 16

Dyson, J. C. (St. George) 16

Eagle, R. (Boort) .-. 14

Eagle, Ron (Barham) 19

Earl, A. H. (Seymour) 15

Earl, J. (Winchelsea) . 16

Earl, L. (Mumbannar) ... 17

Dishel; P. A. (Barham)

Disher, R. (Jeparit) ......

Disher, R. G. (Barham)

Diver, T. (Nen~castle) ...

Dixq", Arthur (ICelle~=

berrin) .......................

Dixon, C. (Prairie) .

Dixon, M. (Warrackna-

~onnelly, C. H.

Donnelly, V. J. (8YS;f)

Donohue, G. (Geelong)

Donohue, Jas. R. (Port

Faily) ...............

Donohue, W. (Hey5vood)

Donovan. A. Ihm- , .....

month1 .........................

Donovan, Joe (Aust.) ...

heyan) .- .-. . 12

Edlington, M. J. (Queanbeyan)

19

Edlington, Noel (Queanbeyan)

----.-.-.. 12

Edmeades, Dr. T. W.

(Newcastle) ............... 17

Edmundson. F. (Chal+elx

Towers) ..... :... ............ 16

Edney, Allan (Leongatha)

........................ 12

Ednie, A. J. (Australian) 16

Edwai,ds, 8. A. (Townsville)

...... 14

Edwards, A. D. (PaTkes) 16

Edwards, D. (Port

Faily) . 12

Edwards, Dick (Keilor) 12

Edwards, D. K. (Lacepede

Bay) 17

..................

Doran, R. F. (Mungindi)

Dorman, P. (Colac) . 12

Dorney, James (Abermain)

...... ..... ............ 12

Dorney. Laurie (Aber-

. .

main) ........................ 12

Dorney, Reg (Aber-

main) ........................ 12

Dossetto, J. N. (Herbert

River) ........... 14

Douglas, N. A. (Roma) 12

Dow, Les (Barellaof - 13

Dowie, John (Isisford) 12

Dowie, L. Bt (Isisford - 13

Dowling, G. (Pelican

Creek) 13

Downer, G. (Katanning) 12

Downie, W. (Bothwell) 16

Downie, W. G. (Foot-

. .

took) ...... . 16

Draper. S. (Australian) 10

Qrechsler, L. (Hay) .-. 16

Edwards, E. (NEWcastle)

.-.. .-. . -.

Edwards, E. C. (Lacepede

Bay) .--

Edwards, J. (Newcastle)

Edwards, R. (Footscray)

Ed~a~ds, S. H.

(Bathurst) ..................

Edwards, W. T. (South

Coast) .......................

Eldlidge, H. (Colac) .-.

Eldridge, J. (Narrawa)

Ellen, A. (Donald) .

Ellerton, Ken (Mortlake)

Elliott, Alf (Bega) .........

Elliott, A. S. (Pe~h) .

Elliott, G. (Geraldton) ...

Elliott. Gavan (Mandur-

took) ...... ......

Ellis, Ray (Horsham) -

Ellis, R. W. (Quamba-

Lok) - .- .

Elms, R. W. (Echuca) ...

Eldngton, E. G. (Yass)

El~,ington, G. (Kempscy)


Evans, Ian (Griffith) -.

Evans, I. R. (Frankston)

Evans, J. M. (Goulburn)

Evans, L. B. (Coburg)

Evans, N. (Tathra) ........

Evans, R. J. (Gonlburn)

Evans, Russell (Oberon)

Evans, W. (Condobolin)

Everall, P. (Boort) .

Everett, Maxwell J.

(Colac) ............ ......

Everett. T. (Inverell) -

Everett; T. A. (Mol:ee)

Ixon, T. 1. (Tullibigeal)

Eyles. B (Hobart] -

Eza1:dd.F. J. (Tambo

Valley)

Ir

......

brook) ...... -.

Fairbrother, W. (Por-

tarlington) ............

Fai~lield, P. H. (Queens-

town) ...... ......

Faithfull, John (Moree)

Fallshaw, Roy (Coburg)

Falkiner, T. K. (Denili-

quin) ............... ......

Fankhausei., C., (Anst.)

Fankhauser, Enc (Aust.)

Fankhauser, George

(Aust.) ........... ......

Fankhauser, Nyla ......

(Australian) -.

Fankhauser, V. L.

(,"Dubbs") (Aunt.)

Faliann~ng., IC. (Cliiirlton)

Fogg, J. D. Alexandra) 14

Fogg, Mrs. 8. (Alexan-

- -

dra) ...... ..... 12

Foley, Leo (Perth 12

Forbes, A. w. (Aka;;) 20

Forbes Junr., A. W.

(Mt. Barker) ............ 13

Forbes, J. W. (Taree) ... 16

Forbes, M. A. (Cunder-

din) ... ...... 16

Forbutt, D. J. (Gidgin-

bung) ...... -. ...... 12

Forbutt, R. (Gidgin- . .

bung) .-. .......... -- 14

Ford, H. (Charters

Toweis) ... ...... 17

Ford, J, (~oondi\vindi) 16

Ford, J. (Geelong) ... 12

Ford, R. (Maca~hur) ... 12

Ford, Roy (Goondiwindi) 14

Ford. S. J. (Macarthur) 12

Forrest, A. G. Balmoral) 14

Forster, J. H. (Geelong) 17

Forster, R. (Echuea) ...... 16

Forsyth, Angus (ICellerbei,in)

-- ........... VL

Forsvth. -. Donald (Kellerberdn)

...... .'.- ...... 15

Forsyth, T. A. (Warracknabeal)

........ 18

Fortescue, W. J. (Robe) 12

Foster. Arthur (Leon-

Foster, J; (Walgett) ... 17

Foster, H. (Wangaratta) 16

Foster, I(. (Borsbam) ... I6

Foster, K. A. (Horshani) 1G

Fowler, R. (Quambrrtook)

..-. 16

......... ............

Farley, T. (Port Fairy)

Fanner, S. T. (Sydney)

Farnham. Les (Oberon)

(ltoma) ..... -. ...........

Feather, Dr. W. W.

boola) ........... ..-

Feehner, Rex (Dim-

boola) ...... -. ......

Feder, A. (Icaniva

Feder, R. (Kaniva] 1

Fellows, G. (Casterton)

Fenton, A. (Narrawa) ...

Fenton, ' B. (Tuena)

Fenton, P. (Tuena)

Ferero, J. (Frankston)

Ferguson, A. C. (Dalby)

Ferguson, B. (Walpeup)

Ferguson, C. (South

Coast) . ............

Fel'guson, C. (Perth) ...

Ferguson, C. (Border) ...

Friswell, R. (Myers

Flat) ............ ..-.. 1G

Gale, F. G. (Dundonnell) 12

Gall, C. J. C. (Tambo) 13

Gallazher. W. (New-

~allo, F. (Atherton) - 15

Galloway, W. (Rockhamoton)

- . ...... .- 15

Galviu, T. (Warren) 12

Gamble,, J. 33. (Lismore) 12

Gange, S. M. (W~llaura) 12

Ganse, W. (Colac) ........ 14

Gannin, Neil (Leongatha)

........... ...... 13

Gardiner. G. E. (Kellerberrin)

........... 12

Gardiner, J. (Casterton) 13

Gardiner, J. J. (Cunnamulla)

...... .

Gaxdiner, L. A. (Cunllamulla)

...................... 12


: Goode, A. (Mumbannar)

Goodear, A. E. (Aust.)

: Gooding, Dave (Morwell)

m Gooding, J. (Moe) ............

Goodman, F. (Benalla)

Goodman, G. (Burdekin)

Goodsell, J. (Taree) ......

Goodson, H. (Rockbampton)

..............................

Goodwin, N. (Icaniva) .

Gore, T. (Footscray) ......

Gordon, A. (Victoria

Valley) ....................

Gordon, A. E. (iongreach)

........................

Gordon, B. S. (Barellan)

Gordon. E. A. (Lana- . -

reach) .......................

Gordon, K. (Condobolin)

Gorle. E. (Rockhamaton)

~or~an, W. (~eywood)

Gorne, N. (South

Coast) -~~ ~ ........................

Gosling, R. (Rainbow)

Goufre, L. (Tully) .........

Gould, B. (Rainbow) ......

Gould, Roy (Macarthnr)

Gouldham, lien (Perth)

Gouldinn, -. C. W. (Lis-

more) ........................

......

Gourlay, G. (Hobart)

Gourley, R. (Charters

Towers) .....................

Gourley, S. (Charters

Towers) .....................

Goyne, N. (Swan Hill)

, Grady, Jack (Manilla) ...

m Graham, A. (Sale) .

Gerber, J. (Burdekin) ...

Gereghty, James (Ather

ton) ..............................

Gerrand, A. E. (Cairns)

Gershon, J. (Geraldton)

Gibben, Mrs. J. A.

(Roma) .....................

Gibbons, Dr. C. (Horns-

Gibbons, P. (Ganmain)

Gibbs, A. (Laeeypede

Bas) ........................

Graham, C. (Sale) ............

Graham, H. B. (Barham-

Koondrook) ......... .L .

Graham, J. (Bangall) ...

Graham. J. R. (Angle- . -

sea) ..............................

Graham, Ken (Glenrowan)

........................

Graham, R. (Wanvick)

Graham, R. (Rockhampton)

..............................

ham) ........................

Gramer, R. (Quirindi) -

Grant, D. E. (Geelong)

Grant, H. B. (Collarene-

Gilbert, Bob (Casterton) 12

Gilbert, Wallv . (Bemi- .

dale) ........................... 16

Gilbo, . T. (Mumbannar) 16

Gilchnst, G. A. (Condah)

.............................. 16

Gilchrist, I


2 Gunn, Roger (Goodooga)

Gunter, Len (Manilla) 12

Gurney, H. C. (Lacey-

pede Bay) .................. 13

Guthridge, J. (Goroke) 16

Guthrie, J. E. (Perth) - 14

Guy, B. (Portland) ...... 15

Guy, Norman (Coburg) 21

Guyatt, E. (Shepparton) 15

Guyatt, H. (Sale) ............ 21

Guye, A. (Learmonth) 14

H

Hagan, John (Croydon)

Hahnel, B. W. (Quam-

batook) ........................

Hair, C. E. (Horsham)

Haire. F. (Boenabril .

Hall, A. C. (Leongatha)

Hall, A. W. (Berri-

Hall, B. F. '(warwick) ...

Hall, Bruce (Wagga) ...

g Hall, B. 3. (Frankston)

2 Hall, C. ('

Hall, David (Moree) ......

K Hall, G. (Lake Albert)

5 Harrison, Kevin

.........

Harrod, A. S. (Coburg) 12

Harrop, W. J. (Warraclmabeal)

............ 12

Harro\ver, P. (Echuca) 16

Wnrt. .... A. K. (Warracknabeal)

..... : ................. 16

Hart, E. L. (Camberwell)

.~-, ....................... 16

Hart, G. (Walpeup) ......

Hall, H. 0. (Aero Club) 17

Hall, J. (Walpeup) ...... 14

Hall, R. (Australian) ...... 13

Hall, Ray (V'fagga) ...... 17

Hall, R. 0. (Newcastle) 12

Hall, S. F. (Adelaide,

S.A.) ........................ 12

Hall, T. H. (Lake Albert) 13

Hall, W. (Gir~i) ............ 13

Hall, W. A. (Rock-

hampton) .................. 13

Hall, W. G. (Manilla) ... 12

Hallam, E. E. (Gunning) 14

Hallam, Gordon (Rand) 14

Hallam, 0. (Gunning) .; 18

Hallam, R. (Casterton) 12

Hallam, W. (Dalton) ...... 14

Halsall, R. (Shepparton) 16

Hambly, Clark W.

(Adelaide) .................. 14

Hamilton, A. (Aust.) ... 20

Hamilton, Colin (Aust.) 13

Hamilton, E. A. (Foster) 16

Hamilton, J. (Bathurst) 16

Hamilton, J. E. (Tambo) 15

Hamilton, J. S.

(Adelaide) .................. 16

Hamilton, K. 0. (Willaura)

........................ 12

Hamilton, R. (Shepparton)

.............................. 16

Hamilton-Smith, J. G.

(Shenuarton) . ............ 15

LL

Hammer, A. C. (Mum-

balmar) ..................... 18

Hammer, L. (Mumban-

nar) .............................. 17

Hammond, %. (N.Z.) ...... 16

Hay, Johnny (Colac) ...

Hay, A. (Colac) ............

Hay, S. (Mortlake) ......

Hayden, E. (Cairns) ......

Hayden, Tcd (Berridale)

Hnycs, C. (Keilor) .........

Hayes, H. W. (Camber-

well) ........................

Haynes, A. E. ("Pam-

pas" (Aust.) ..........

Hays, T. E. (Cunna-

mulla) ........................

Hayter, W. J. (Dim-

boola) ........................

Hazell, A: E. (Narrama)

Headlam, T. A. (Hoba1.L)

Headland, J. H. (C'burg)

Headon, A. W. (Hay) ...

Headon, J. C. (Hay) ......

Headon, Ron (Hay) ......

Hammond, F. J. M. Hanrick, W. A. (Long-

(Crookwell) ............ 14 reach) ........................ 13

IIalnmoyd, L. D. (Crook- Hanscn. E. iTo~\,~.ns\.i~l~) 16

well) ........................ 12 Hansen; H. '(~ackham<

Hammond, L. G. (Roma) ton) ..............................

Hammond, N. D. (Crook- Hansen, Reg (Aust.) ......

well) ........................ Hanson, J. (Moe) ............

Hampstead, Ronald

Harbrom, M. J. (Taree)

Harding, F. (Myers Flat)

Harding, R. (Sea Lake)

Harding, W. (Longreach)

Hardy, N. (Macarthur)

Hare, H. (Sale) ............

Haye, iM. (Morwell) ......

Hand, F. (Jeparit) ...... Hardy, V. (Cavendish)

Hand, J. (Giru) ............ Harker, B. (Mildura) ...

Handlev. C. (Moree) . Harker, F. M. (Caster-

Hanel, L. (~lbury) ..: ...... ton) ..............................

Hanley, W. J. (Horns- Harle, J. (Camberwell)

by) .............................. Har~er. - . Chas. (Manro- . -

Hanna. . Bovd . . (Hav) . . . 12 plah) ........................ 12

Hnnna, G. (Hay) 12 H i . ( 1 I r c 1 . 12

Ili~~lt~:i, I. (\\'ill\v:i) . . I? Ililtrii., 1:. tC~nd~~


2 Hinchcliffe, R. (Echuca) 12

Hinchcliffe, W. (Mort-

lake) ........................ 12

Hinchcliffe, W. (Hamil-

ton) .............................. 13

Hind, V. (Geelong) ...... 12

Hinde, Syd (Bega) ......... 12

Hinge, L. W. R. (Kaniva) 12

Hinneberg, A. (Under-

bool) ........................ 20

Hinneberg, C. F. W.

(Ouven) - - - -- 12

~innebel:g, j. (Horsham) 13

Hinneberg, Norm (Horsham)

........................

Hinneberg, 0. (Horsham)

Hinneberg, W. (Aust.)

Hipwell, Ray (Cohnna)

Hipwell, Ray (Echuca)

Hipwell, Reg (Echuca)

Hirning, R. (Toow'mba)

Hirth, D. (Clessy, v.)

Hiskins, H. (Border) ......

Hiskins, J. (Albury) ......

Hoare, I. (Newcastle) ...

Hoare, P. (St. Amaud)

Hobbs, A. H. (Tambo) -

Hobbs, R. (Balmoral) ...

Hobbs, R. E. (Balmoral)

Hobson, F. (Foster) ......

Hockey, F. R. (A&.) 15

Hockey, K. (Tottenham) 12

Hockey, L. (Qnirindi) ... 13

Hockey, W. T. (Braidwood)

........................ 14

5 Hocking, R. (Laceypede

; Bay) ........................ 16

$ Hodge, A. (Parkes) ...... 15

: Hughes, Mervyn (Myers

: Flat) .........................

2 fInghes, R. (Croydon)

$ Humble, , Ron (Goondiwind^)

........................

Humphries, B. (Northam)

Humphrey, E. T. (Northam)

..............................

Humphries, P. (Northarn)

Hunter, Alf (Geraldton)

Hunter, G. (Keilor) ......

Hunter, I. (Cnnnamulla)

Hunter, K. (Geraldton)

Hunter, R. (Keilor) ......

Hunter, W. S. (Aust.)

Huntingdon, J.

(,Wodongn) ...............

Hunt~ngdon, G. (Deniliquin)

........................

Hurkett, D. (Forbes) -

Hurlstone, W. J. (Cob's)

Hnrst, K. (Aust.) ............

Hurst, R. (Wodonga) ...

Husband, A. J. (Aust.)

Hush, E. (Charleyong)

Hutchesson, A. R.

(Mumbannar) .........

Hutchesson, E. A. (Jeparit)

........................

Hutchesson, H. T.

(Mumbannar) ......

Hutchesson, N. (Jeparit)

Hutchins, A. F. L.

(Laceypede Bay) ......

Hutchison, B. (Alexanandra.

S.A.) ............

, IIutol~inson. J. (Wals'n)

a Hutchinson, K. (Cairns)

Hodge, C. (Parkes) ...... 14

Hodge, E. E. (South

Coast) ........................ 19

Hodge, H. (South Coast,

Q.) .............................. 15

Hodge, L. (Tyrendarra) 16

Hodgson, Bruce (Wal-

rrettl ........................... 16

Coast) ........................ 14

IIoffman, Mrs. D.

(South Coast) ... 12

Hoffman, E. (Shoal-

haven) ........................ 14

Hoffman, L. H. (South

Coast) ........................

Hoffman, M. (Rainbow)

Hogg, R. (Mangoplah)

Hoinvill, P. (Deniliquin)

Holden, L. (Wodonga) ...

Hole, Ross (Tambo) ......

Holland, I. (Warrackna-

heal) ..............................

Holle, R. W. (Cnnna-

mnlla) ........................

Hollett, M. H. (Cunder-

din) ..............................

Hollon~, H. C. (Aust.) ...

Holmes, B. (Portland) ...

Holmes, C. 0. (Wangar-

atta) ........................

Holmes, E. (Cressy, V.)

Holmes, E. A. (Collar-

enebri) ........................

Holmes, G. (Rainbow)

Hutchison, N. W. (Alexandra,

S.A.) ............

Hutchinson, R. H. (Black.

all) ..............................

Hutchinson, W. (Swan

Hill1 ..............................

Hutchinson, W. (Tnmbo)

Hutchisdtl, L. ( I'llrtl:illd)

liy;str, 11. 13. (H;ugluvel

Hgland, C. R. (Sydney)

Hyl;tnd, I


Johnston, H. K. (Roma) 14 Jones, W. (Coburg) ...... 14

Johnston, J. J. (Gerald-

Kefford, N. (Kingaroy) 12

Jones, W. (Geraldton) ... 12

ton) .............................. 12

Kefford, R. (South

Jones, W. (Leeton) - ...... 12

-.

Johnston, P. C. (Bangall) Jordan, W. (Quean-

Johnston, V. (Mae) . 12

fiefford, It. (Kingaroy) 16

Johnstone, M. M. (Lat.) 16

Keft, Rex (Coffs Har-

Jorgenson, R. (Portar-

Joliffe, G. (Cairns) - ...... 12

bour) ........................ 12

lington) ..................... IS

Jolly, E. V. (Laceypede Jorgenson, W. (Maffra) 14

Keft, W. (Coffs Har-

Bay) ........................ 12

bour) ........................ 12

Jones, A. H. (Seymour) 14 Jnbb, P. W. (Mortlake) 14

Jones, C. (Walpeup) ...... 14 Judd, V. (Gidginbung) 16

Keith, C. D. (St. Arnaud) 15

Kell, A. (St. Arnaud) ... 15

Jones, C. B. (Mumban- Jureidini, G. (Lacey- ICelly, A. (Borung) ...... 16

nar) .............................. 12 pede Bay) .................. 12 Kelly, A. (St. Alnaud) 13

Jones, E. (Birchip) ...... 15 Jurgenson, J. (South Kelly, B. (Aust.) ............ 17

Jones, Ewin (Narromine) 14 Burnett) .................. 16 Kelly, B. H. (Kaniva) ... 12

Jones, F. J. Alexandra,

Jury, A. R. (Katanning) 14 Kelly, Geo. (Cairns) - 14.

S.A.) ....................... 14

Kelly, H. (Harcourt) ...... 13

Jones, H. L. (Rainbarn) 14

Kelly, J. (Frankston) ... 16

Jones, I. (Mumbannar) 12

Kelly, 3. M. (Ganmain) 16

Kallin, J. (Adelaide)

Jones, J. (Geraldton) ...

...... 14

13 ICampman, W. F. (Vic-

Kelly, L. E. (Irrewillipe) 12

Jones, J. (Australian) ... 16 toria Valley) ............ 12

Kelly, R. (Rupanyup) - 13

Jones, J. (Benalln) ...... 16

Kelly, R. (Oberon) ......... 16

Ii~:alley, 0. S. (Wodanga) 13

Jones, Jim (Sal~j ............ 12

ICelly, R. (Cairns) ......... 16

Keam, C. (Griffith) 12 Kelly, R. B. (Gunnedah) 18

Jones, 3. R. (Narromine) 15 Keane, J. (Birchip) ...... 16 Kelly, R. C. (Brisbane) 12

Jones, J. T. (Gnndagai) 16 Keane, T. J. (Cunna- Ifelly, V. (Quambatook) 14

Jones, L. J. (Winchel-

mulla) ........................ 16 Iielnl, Herh (Jeparit) ... 12

sea) .......................... 16 ICeane, W. H. (Cunna- Kelman, A. E. (Goondi-

Jones, L. R. (Walpenp) 14 rnulla) ........................ 12 ~vindi) . - -- 12

Jones, Laurie (Sale) ...... 14 Kearney, R. H. (Queens- Kelman, B. T. (Rich-

Jones, Len (Moree) ..... 12 tom=) ........................ 16 mond) ........................ 12

Jones, 0. J. (Mumban- Keary, Ron (Cobar) ...... 12 Kelman. Mrs. B. (Rich- ~-

nar) .............................. 13

....

Ifeating, M. (Quamba-

mond)

Jones, S. N. (Bathurst) 12 took) ........................

........................ 12

12 Kelman, Mrs. F. I.

Jones, T. (Tully) ............ 20 Iiee, L. (Moree) ............ 15 (Richmond) ............... 1%

: Jones, T. L. (Geraldton) 16 Keeley, F. (Shepparton) 16

Jones, Mrs. T. L. (Gerald-

Iielman. Mrs. I. E. (Rich- ~- ....

ICeene, N. IN. (W~lgett) 16

celles) ........... ............ 17

2 ton) .............................. 12

mond) ........................ 12

Keens, R. L. (M~ldura) 15

Kilby, Leo (Bourke) . 12

: Jones, Mrs. V. (Coburg) 14

ICelman, J. T. (Rich- Kilcullen,

Keeping, J.

E. L. (~oot-

(Baradine) 16 mond) ........................ 12 scray) ........................ 17

Kilpatrick, Jas. (Ather-

ton) .............................. 16

Kilpatrick, N. (Cohnna) 16

Kinchington, S. (Mitch'l) 12

King, G. (Tuena) ............ 12

King, G. K. (Rockhamp-

ton) .............................. 17

Kingsley, k. (Morwell)

Kingston, L. (Brisbane) 14

ICinnersly, J. W. (Learmonth)

........................ 14

Kinsela, R: (Bankstown) 14

Kirby, A. C. (Deniliquin) 14

Kirby, C. (Geelong) ...... 16

Kirbv. 3. (Pelican Creek) 12

Kirkham, G. (Frankston) 19

Kirkham, H. (Frankston) 17

Iiirkpatrick, G. (Lear-

month) ........................ 15

Kirkbridge, J. (Roma) ... 16

Kissane, D. K. J.

2 (Casino) .................. 16

ICitchelI, A. (Footscray)

Kluge, M. R. (Jeparit)

Knaggs, D. (Wangaratta)

-- .................

Kneehone, C. (Wangaratta)

........................

Kneebone, N. (Croydon)

ICneene, N. W. (Walgett)

Knight, A. E. (Berriwillock)

........................

Knight, Geo. (Lake

Albert) ........................

Knight, G. A. (Mortlake)

Knight, G. M. (Berri-

~villock) .....................

Knight, H. 'J. (Quambatook)

........................

Knight, H. R. (Sydney)

Knight, J. (Dundonnell)

night; J. (Caffs ~ a k

bour) ........................

Knight, 3. (Roma) .........

Knight, J. E. (Syduey)

Knight, L. H. (Yass) -

Knight, R. (Portland) ...

Kno~~der, S. (Geraldton)

Knuth, R. (C. Towers)

Koch, R. (E%huca) .........

Iioch, W. (Casterton) ...

Kopke, W. (Learmonth)

Kosch, L. G. (Casterton)

ICothe, H. R. (Camberwell)

..............................

Iiovacich, V. (Burdekin)

Kowald, C. R. (Katan-

ICraak, E. R. (Lake

Albert) ........................

Krentzlan. R. (Foot-

Lacey, B. (Mumbannar)

Lacey, E. (Mumbannar)

Lacev, . L. R. (Mumbannar)

........................

Lacey, T. (Warren) ......

Lacy, A. (Birchip) ............

Laidlaw, D. (Hamilton)

Laidlaw, T. I. (Macarthur)

.......................

Laird, K. (Wenibee) ......

Lake, H. J. (Keilor) ......

Lake\vay, F. (Aust.) ......

Lakey, S. (Derrinallum)

Lamar!, R. (Berriwil-

Lamh, S. (Goulburn) ...

Lambart, C. (Surat)

Lambert, H. (Oberon) ...

Lampard, R. (South

Coast) ........................

Lanagan, J. R. (Charle-

ville) ........................

Creek) ........................

Landers, P. (Pelican

Creek) ........................

Lanc, L. Brante Park) 12

Lane, M. L. (Horsham)

Lmle, R. (W~lgetl) ...... I2

Lanevrie. Les (Condobo-

an sell, G. (Swan Hill) 16

Lanyon, Evan (Myers

Flat) ........................ 17

Lanyon, L. (Borung) ... 16

Lapham, Reg (Hobart) 16

Lapham, Roy (Hobart) 16

Lamor. L. (Sea Lake) 12

Larter, 'A. (iiatanning j 14

Latham, D. (ICeilor) ...... 15

Latus, F. (Horshan~) ...... 16

Lander, R. (Cunnamulla) 12

Laverty, G. (Narmxva) 14

Lavery, B. (Ouyen) ......... 13

Law, D. M. (Cunnamulla) 16

Law, M. G. (Cunnamulla) 13

Laxvler, T. J. (Condobalin)

........................ 12

Lawler, W. (Wongabri) 16

Lawrence, G. (Rockhampton)

............ 13

Lawrence, K. (Echuca) 12

Lawson, J. (Balmoral) 16

Lawson, P. F. (Adelaide) 16

Lawson, P. H. (Adelaide) 18

Lamton, E. (ICyabram) 19

Lay, S. (Robinvale) ...... 13

Layton, R. (Coburg) ...... 15

Lazarns, Sam (Sea Lake) 16

Lea, E. T. (Birchip) ...... 17


Lea, W. A. (Birchip) ...... 16

Leabeater, C. J. (Mandurama)

.................. - i A -

Leach, D. (swan Hill) 14

Leadoux, G. (Aust.) ...... 15

Leahy, Geo. (Goulburn) 12

Leahy, J. (Goulburn) ... 14

Leak, L. (Lake Albert) 12

Leask, A. (Horsham) ...

Lee, C. (Lismore) ............ 17

Lee, Dr. H. H. (Sydney) 12

Lee, K. (Lismore) ............ 15

Lee, W. (Swan Hill) ...... 16

Lees, Albert (Gunning) 21

Lees, C. (Queanbeyan) 14

Lees, E. T. (Australian) 16

Lees, G. (Queanbeyin) 12

Lees, R. (Sydney) - ...... 12

Lees, V. (Katanning) . 12

Lehman, G. F. (Lightning

Ridge) ........................ 13

Leighton, A. (Aero Club) 16

Leith, B. (Colac) ............ 12

Lemke, R. (Sebastopol) 12

Lemon, N. (Geurie) ...... 16

Le Poidevln, P. (Benalla) . 16

Lesberg, E. T. (south

Coast) ..................

Loft, Leo (Coffs Harbour)

................ 1.2

Loftus, N. (Tullibigeal) 12

Loftus, W. (Tullibigeal) 1.2

Logan, A. (Prairie) ...... 12

Logan, R. D. (Richmond) 12

Loiterton, S. (Coota-

muudra)

...................

Long, A. C. (Colac) ......

Long, J. (Hamilton) ......

Long, K. (Richmond) ...

Lona, R. (Mumbannar)

~onghusen,' H. (~ohuia)

Longhusen, R. (Cohuna)

Longmuir, W. (Katanning)

......................... 13

Longworth, J. (Townsville)

..................

nar) .............................. 13

Lowe, A. J. (Hobart) . 13

Lome, Eric (Young) ...... 18

Lowe, J. L. (Drouin) - 17

Lowndes. A. N. (Wan-

......

- -

~owl'y, I


2 Ataxfield, F. (Drouiu) ... 13 Medway, J. R. (Gunning) 18

Maxwell, B. (Warmck-

Meyer, G. (Kanira) ...... 12

Meehan, I. (Aust.) ......... 16

nabeal) ........................ 15

Rteyer, R. (Icaniva) ...... 15

Meehan, R. (Aust.) ...... 16 Meyer, V. (Kaniva) ...... 12

Maxwell, P. (Sea Lake) 16 Meek, K. (Dundannell) 13 Meyland, M. (Patche-

May, Dean (Lake Albert) 14 Meek, T. (Colac) ............ 16 ~5'0llock) ..................... 16

May, Ernie (-4thertan) 16 Meek, W. G. (Kaniva) 12 Meyninlr, W. E. (Weir

May, . . Keith (Lake

Megam, A. (Mt. Gam-

River) ....................... 12

Albe1.t) ........................ 16 bier) ........................ 15 Michell, I. (Birchip) ...... 12

May, I


Murphy, Ben (Broken

Hill) .............................. 16

Murphy, . C. (Rock-

~

hampton) ................. 12

Murphy, F. (Cavendish) 16

Murphy, John (Bourke) 13

Murphy, K. A. (Richinond

River) ............ 20

Murphy, L. (Aust.) ...... 17

Murphy, Reg (Sale) ...... 14

Murphy, T. (Footscray) 16

Murphy, T. (Rockhampton)

12

Murphy, V. (Rockhampton)

................. 13

Murray, A. (Iferang) ... 16

Murray, D. E. (Richmond)

........................ 13

Murray, E. C. (Bathurst) 12

Murray, J. T. (Moltlake) 12

Murray, L. J. (Hamilton)

.............................. 14

Murray, Mrs. N. (Richmond)

........................ 12

Murrell, D. (Casterton) 16

Mutch, B. G. (Balmoral) 13

Me

McAllister, John (Perth)

McAllister, H. (Cobnrg)

McArthur, D. (Victoria

Valley) ........................

McArthur, J. (Victoria

Valley) ........................

: McArthur, J. T. (Croyr

don) ...........................

McAtamney, C. P.

m

rn (Wellington) ............

E McGrath, J. (Quamba-

3 took) ........................

McGrath, J. (Castel.ton)

McGrath, M. (Charlton)

McGrath, Patrick C.

(Boorowa) ..................

McGrath, T. (Colac) ......

McGraw, G. (Cohuna) ...

McGregor, J. A. (Brisbane)

........................

McGregol; Lindsay S.

(Learmouth) ............

McGregor, R. (Walpeup)

McGregor. W. (Foot-

- . . .

parton) .....................

McGmcken, P. (Warwick)

McHale, R. ("Rocky")

(Echuca) ..................

McInerney, C. (Goulburn)

McInnes, A. J. (Macarthur)

........................

McInues, G. (Mt. Barker)

~McInnes, M. L. (Bingara)

MXiines, P. (Rand) ......

McInnes, .% D. (Alexandra,

S.A.) ..................

McInnes, J. W. (Aust.)

Mclntosh, A. (Quean- . .

beyan) ........................

McIntosh, A. (Geelong)

McIntosh, A. (Prairie,

&Id.) ........................

MCIU~OS~, A. W. (GOOUdiwindi)

.....................

McIntosh, Mrs. A. W.

4 (Goondiwindi)

.........

McAnliffe, D. (Biloela) 16 McCrae, M. (Sydney)

McBeath, C. (Adelaide) 16 McCraith, J. A. (Coburg) 20

MeBeth, A. (Echuca) ...... 14 McCraith, Peter (Aust.) 14

McBeth, S. (Echuca) ...... 14 McCreddin, S. G. (Bir-

McBride, J. (Laceypede chip) ........................ 15

Bav) ........................ 16 McCullough, L. R. (Wo-

....... ".

tenham) ............. .-.

McCarthy, J. (Geelong)

McCarthy, J. (Winchel-

sea) ..............................

McCarthy, J. (Seymour)

McCleary, S. (Ouyen)

McClelland, C. H. (Kel-

lerberrin) ..................

McClelland, J. (Winchei-

sen) ..............................

McClelland. ~ ~ Robert (Kel-

:. ...... 12 (Australian) ............ 12

lerhcrhn) ..........

McCloy, W. (~ydney) ... 15 McDonald, M.

McClymant, C. (Darr (Kaniva) .................. 16

River) ........................ 17 McDonald, Brian

Mc~lymoit, R. I. (Sth. (Kaniva) .................. 12

Coast) ........................ 12 McDonald, D. McL.

McColl, J. (Geelong) ...... (Australian! ............ 15

McComh, B. (Frankston) 12 bXcDcnald, F. (Mortlalce) 12

McCoinb, G. (Frankston) 16 McDonald, F. (Bronte

McConville, C. (Nar- Park) ........................ 13

randera) .................. 16 McDonald. G. (Echuca) 17

McConville, K. (War- Mc~onald; H. (warwick) 13

racknabeal) ............ 13 McDonald, J. K. (Coffs

McCorkell. C. W. ICo- Harbour) .................. 12

Mc~osk&, Rod (III~~~~II) 11 Towers) ..................... 14

iIPclfunzie, Stan (Jcparit) 16

McKerrow, D. J.

(Charleville) ............ 15

McIferrow, I. (Rohinvale) 13

McKillop! C. (Surat) ... 12

McICimmin, E. J. (Tomns-

...

. .

byam) ........................

McIfinnon, A. R. (Mumbannar)

........................

McIiinnon, Jim (Perth)

McIfinnon, L. J. (Perth)

McKoy, Les (Wangaratta)

........................

McLachlan, Keith (Narromine)

............

McLaughlin, L. (Young)

McLaughlin, T. (Rock-

hampton)

............

McLaughlin, ,W. D.

(Tomnsv~lle) ............

McLean, D. (Derrinal-

ium) ...........................

McLean, D. A. (Clara

Creek) ........................

McLean, R. L. (Ather-

ton) ..............................

McLennan, A. (Muinban-

nar) ..............................

McLennan, J. (Cunna-

mulls) ........................

NIcDonald, R. (Iianiva) 15 :

McDonald, R. (Tathra) 14 1

MeDonaid, Rex (Beaufort)

........................... 12 '

McDonald, W. 13.

(Moree) .................. 12 :

McDouall, J. S. C. I

(Aero Club) ............ 17 ?

Mc~~ugall, 8.' K. (South

Burnett) .................. 16

McDougall, W. R. (St.

George) ..................... 16

McDouall. David (Bin-

gara) ........................ 14

McDouall, R. T. (Bin- -,

gara) ........................ 14

McEwan, F. (Casterton) 14

bIcE\van, F. (Dathu~st) P2

NIcFadden, Alan (Isisford)

........................ 14

McFall, W. (Gnnnedah) 16

McFarlane, A. D. (Robin-

vale) ........................ 16

McFarlane, G. (Coburg) 16

McFarlane, N. (Cohurg) 14

McFarlane, R. (Berrixvillock)

........................ 14

McGauran, D. J. (Geraldton)

........................ 12

McGan,, Thonlas (Leongatha)

........................ 12

RlcGeachie, W. (Yerong

McLennan, R. H. (Lismore)

........................ 12

~XcLcnnan, If. (Aero

Club) ........................ 16

McLeod, A. I. (Warwick) 12

McLeod, Mrs. E. I.

(Tully) ........................ 16

McLeod, Gordon (Shepoarton)

........................ 18

McLeod, M. (Shepparton)

.............................. 12

McLeod, M. (King Is.) 13

McLindon, T. (Lascelles) 18

McLoughlan, 0. (Cahuna) 16

McLoughlon. - . If. (Co-

huna) ......................... 16

McMaster, A. (Dundon-

nell) ........................ 12

McMnstes, C. (Dundon-

nell) ........................... 12

NIcMastes, 11. L. (Wall-

garatta) .................. 21

McMaster, If. (Dundon-

nell) ........................... 12

McMaster, L. (Dundon-

nell) ........................... 12

I\IcMaster, R. (Dundon-

nell) ........................... 12

McMnster, S. (Moree) ... 12

McMiken, W. J. (New

Zealand) .................. 16

McMilian, E. (Rainbow) 10

McNIillan. J. (Lon=- , -

McLennen, R. (Girn) ... 16 reach) ........................ 13

McLennen, R. F. (Lis- McMillan, If. D. (Rainmore)

........................ 14 bow) ........................ 13

McLenuan, Mrs. R. F. McMillan, R. T. (Long-

(Lisnlore) ................ :. 12 reach) ........................ 15


g Pay, Les (Quambatook) 12 Pegler, Tony (Quilpie)

Pay, Lloyd (Quamba- Pegler, Welford (Qu~l- . .

. took) ........................ 17

~~ ~~ -. pie) ..............................

Payne, J. (Griffith) ...... 12 Peiniger, D. J. (Towns-

Pazzalato, Pompey

ville) ........................

(Atherton) ............... 13 Pellas, A. R. (Harcourt)

Peace, H. (Charters

Pellas, M. J. (Harcourt)

Towers) .................... 12 Pellow, Neville (Gidgin-

Peace, W. J. (Cohuna) 14 bung) ................

Peach, F. H. (Lear- Pellow, V. (Gidginbung)

month) ........................ 15 Pendelbnry, Bert (Wal-

Peach, N. L. (Macarthur) 12 peup) ........................

Peachey, D. G. (Cam- Penney, R. (Townsville)

berwell) ..................... 13 Percival, H. A. (Condo-

Peacock, B. (Hamilton) 15 bolin) ...... ............

Peacock, R. (Hamilton) 12 Perkins, R. (Roma) ......

Peardon, C. (Longreach) 16 Pern, G. G. (B'moral) ...

Pearn, F. (Tasmanian) Perin, J. (Frankston)

Pearn, Z. D. (Tas-

Perrin, T. (Aust.) ............

manian) ..................... 12 Perrin, Tom (Tea Gar-

Pearse, J. (Dimboola) ... 12 dens) ........................

Pearse, T. M. (Manan- Perring, Max (Manilla)

gatang) ..................... 16 Perring, M. C. (Shoal-

Pearson, H. (Moe) ......... 17 haven) ........................

Pearson, R. J. (Dundon- Penis, R. (Cohuna) ......

nell) ........................ 12 Perry, C. (Alexandra,

S.A.) ..................

Perry, G. J. (Alexandra,

S.A.) ........................

Perry, L. A. (B'moral)

Peters, A. M. (Warrack-

Pincham, D. T. (Bara-

dine) ........................ 16

2 Pincham, Mrs. I


2 Rainsay, R. (Mt. Barlcer) 12

Randall, K. (Echuca) ... 13

Rankin, J. (Cressy, V.) 16

Ransom, C. H. (Giru) ... 14

Raphael, G. (Richmond

River) ........................ 12

Rawlins, G. (Soutb

Coast, Q.) .................. 13

Ray, A. L. (wongabri) 16

Ray, C. (Townsville) ...... 16

Ravnlond. Leslie (Goon-

diwindi) .................. 17

Raymond, Sam (Goon-

diwindi) ..................... 19

Raymond, W. R. (Goon-

diwindi) ..................... 17

Rawer, R. (Hobart) ... 12

Reading, B. (Rupanyup) 18

Reading, C. (Rupanyup) 14

Reading, J. (St. Arnaud) 13

Reardon, A. (Collarene-

bri) ............................. 13

Reardon, Leo (Goulburn) 13

Redman, A. J. (Inverell) 17

Redman, Ern (Inverell) 18

Redpatb, R. (Hobart) ... 18

Reedy, J. (Tambo Valley) 16

Reeves, E. (Goulbum) 13

Regan, Jack (Young) ... 14

Reichel, A. (Dalby) ...... 12

Reid,. Allan (Berridale) 16

Reed, G. (Yass) ........... 15

Reid, R. (Iceilor) ........... 20

Reid, R. A. (Mt. Barker) 13

2 Reid, W. B. (Sydney) ... 17

: Reilly, R. (Perth) ........... 14

; Reis, J. J. (Wodonga) ... 17

2 Reith, I. (Wangaratta) 17

Robinson, F. (Goondi-

? windi ) ........................ 12

2 Robinson, G. R. (Perth) 16

Robinson, Jack (Bourke) 14

Robinson, L. J. (Sale) ... 16

Robinson, R. (Portland) 16

Robinson, M. V. (Bourke) 16

Robinson. N. (Brisbanel 12

Roche, William (Yass) 13

Roekliff, Peter (Cressy) 16

Roekliff. Romnev (La-

Rodda, W. N. (Camberwell)

.............................. 16

Rodgers, D. (Harcourt) 12

Rogers, Alan (Birchip) 12

Rogers, B. (Ecbuca) ...... 14

Rogers, B. (Kyabram) 14

Rogers, E. (Footscray) 16

Rogers, F. (Northam) ... 16

Rogley, N. (Hargrave) 16

Roglowski, S. (Pertb] ... 16

Rollston, D. (Prairie) . 14

Romeo, C. (Colac) .......... 13

Ronald, W. (Tambo) ...... 14

Ronfeldt, E. F. (Narrandera)

........................ lfi

Ronfeldt, G. (Leeton) - 14

Rolfe, W. (Barellan) ......

Rolnh. W. (Horshaml ... 14

Roini'ng, Lou (~odtamundra)

.................. 13

Rosconi, A. (Batl~urst) 12

Rose, Ben (Bewidale) ...

, Rosewarne, T. (Keilor) 14

w Rosin, P. (South Coast) 12

Rentsch, S. G. (Harnil-

ton) ..............................

Reseigh, R. S. (Donald)

Reseigh; S. W. (Donald)

Reynolds. A. (Winchel-

sea) ...............................

Reynolds, I


Smith, L. J. (Mumbannar)

..............................

Smith, L. L. (Harconrt)

Smith, M. (Icaniva) ......

Smith, M. A. (Kiata) ...

Smith, Mrs. Joan (Riverside)

..............................

Smith, Mrs. M. (Sydney)

Smith, N. A. (Iforsham)

Smith, Mrs. Ossie

(Charleville) ....

Smith, Miek lRoval . .

Aero) ........................

Smith, Neville (River-

side) ........................

Smith, 0. C. (Moree) ... 1.

Smith, 0. W. (Charlv'e)

Smith, Peter (Tamho) ...

& Smith, R. (Giru) ..........

Smith, R. (Australian)

; Smith, R. (St, Arnaud)

Smith, Roy (- Yass) .........

lock) ........................ 16

Smith, W. A. B. (Seylnouri

........................ 13

Smith, Wm. H. (Collarenebri)

........................ 13

Smith, W. H. (Lightning

Ridge) ........................ 13

Smith, W. J. (Learmonth)

........................ 12

Smith, W. W. (Laceypede

Bay) .................. 16

Smyth, Don (Young) - 13

Smyth, F. (Hamilton) ... 16

Soames, K. R. (Senr.)

(Bathurst) ............... 18

Soames, I


Thomas, R. (Iloma) ...... 12

Thomas, S. (Ipson, Athol (Riverside)

............................. 12

Thoinpso~~, Duncan

(Toomoomba) ............ 16

Thompson, F. H. (Morec) 18

Thomoson. H. T. (St.

~hompso~~, If. (Ifyabram) 14

Thon~psaa, L. (Dnlby) 12

Thompson, P. (coffs

Harbour) .................. 14

Thompson, P. J. (Iiya-

brani) ........................ 16

Thompson, R. (Footstray)

.................. 14

Thompson, R. G. (Sebastopol)

........................ 15

Thompson, T. R.

(Griffith) .............. ........ -- IS

Thcmson, A. (Australian) 13

Thomson, A. J. (Lear-

month) ........................ 17

Thomson (Pee Wee),

J. C. (St. Geo.) ...... 19

Thoinson, Robert (Tally

Ho) .............................. 16

Thorn, G. (Crookwell) . 13

Thorne, E. (Charleyang) 12

Thorne, H. W. G.

(Alexandra) ............ 12

I'horoughgood, W. (Newcastle)

........................ 16

Ubrihcn, Georgc (Bcga)

U~derwood, A., Junr.

(St. George) ............

Underwood, H. R.

(Lightning Ridge) ...

.. ..-, Unger, N. (Walwa) ......

..

Turner, E. (Charleville) 16 Unwin, W. (Coffs Har-

Tulner, H. (Swan Hill) 14

bour) ........................

Turner, Jim (Goondi- Upton, A. E. (Mangowinrlil

........................ 16 plah) ........................

Tmnes, L. (Townsvillc) 14 U~quhart, H. (Barcaldine)

Turner, Les (Aust.) ..... ..............................

16

Turnel., M. (Tully) ......... 16

Turner, R. (Townsvillc) 14

Turner. - ~~-~~~ S. (Colac) ........ 12

Valenta, G. (To~vnsville)

~urnei S. i~ismbrc) . 12 Valiance, N. S. (Ouyen)

Turner, V. (Sydney) ...... 14 Vandersee, E. (Toms-

Turner, V. (1ilawal.l.a) 15 ville) ........................

Turner, W. (Swan Hill) 12 ~andervelde, B. (Perth)

Turner, W. D. (Goondi- Vaughan, H. A. (Hamilwindi)

........................ 20 ton) ..............................

Tusnour, H. (Cohuna) ... 12 Vauzhan. - . J. W. (Bal-

Turvey, H. (Swan Hill) 12 moral) ........................

Tusvey, H. C. (Swan Vaughan, R. K. (Isis-

Hill) .............................. 14 ford) ........................

~wyeiou'ld, Ian (Aust.) 15 Veal, J. (Camher\vell) ...

Twyerould, W. (Aust.) 16 Veal, Ted (Sale) ............

Tyack, A. (Tullibigeal) 17 Veal, W. (Dundonnell)

Tvack, Allan (Tullibi- Veall, If. (Footscray) ...

geal) ........................ 14 Veech, M. (Yeoval) ......

Veivers, H. (Cairns) ......

Tyack, L. (Tullibigeal) 1G Velik, Dr. N. (Keilor)

Tvack. " . -

R. (Tullibizeal) - . 1% Vcnables, J. K. (Anst.)

Tyne, E. (Tasmanian) ... 16 Verrent, W. (Tathra) ...

Tyquin, J. M. (Hobart) 18 Viccars, N. (Geelong) ...

\D

\D Tyrwhitt, R. (Charlev'le) 14 Vick, T. (Echaca) ............

U

Thorsborne, R. H. (South

Coast, Q.) ................. 16

Thurlow, A. (Brisbane) 16

Throsbv. C. R. F.

(Axst.) ........................ 18

Tibbits, A. R. (Barcaldine)

....................... 19

Tickle, Ces (Wongabri) 14

Tickner, C. (Rupanyup) 15

Tiddy, R. M. (Dute) ...... 12

Tie, A. C. (Aust.) ......... 22

Tieman, Ian (Macarthur) 16

Tilbrook, J. (Ifempsey) 13

I'illvard. C. J. (Quean- ~~~~

. . , " ~

beyan) ........................ 16

Pillyard, G. (Quean-

beyan) ........................ 14

Tiinms, H. M. (Touns-

7.ille) ........................ 12

Tink, R. (Balmoral) ......

rippett, E. (Wangaratta) 13

Titlow, Reg (Atherton) 16

Toma~nicbel, J. (Swan

Hill) .............................. 14

Tomamichel, V. (Swan

Hill) ........................ 13

?!omkins, J. (Warwick) 16

roose, H. (Boort) ............ 15

Toosc, L. J. (Boort) ...... 15

Touers, 3. (Tullibigeal) 12

Tonne. G. (South Riiv-

Vickers, H. (Gidginbnng)

Vidler, A. (Sydney) ......

Vincy, D. (I3cl1oca) .........

Vinicombe, R. (Denili-

quin) ........................

......

Viska, Steve (Perth)

Vistarini, R. (Eehuca)

Vivian, E. (Adelaide) ......

Vogel, B. (Warracknabeal)

........................

Vogel, G. (Warmcknabeal)

........................

Vogel, W. (Warracknabeal)

........................

Vonarx, E. (Yerong

Creek) ........................

Von Doussa. F. (Alexandra,

S.A.) ............

Vost, A. (Shoalhaven) ...

Vost, I?. (Shoalhaven) ...

Wade, C. (Roma) ............

Wade, H. B. (St. George)

Wade, P. E. (Myers

Flat) ........................

Wade, W. H. (Roina) ......

Wager, W. (Coburg)

......

Wainwright, R. (Iiatan-

ning ) ........................

Waite, G. (Bomal) ......

Wakefield, G. R. (Mil-

dura) ........................

Wakefield, G. T. (Mil-

dura) ........................

Wakefield, K. G. (Mil-

dwa) ........................


;, Wallace-Mitchell, Robt.

(Aust.) .....................

Wallace, 0. (Bemidale)

Wallace. R. J. (Quean- , -.. .....

beyan) ........................

Wallace, S. (Berridale)

Wallace, V. (Queanbeyan)

.......................

Walle, G. (Australian)

Wall:r, ,H. W. H. (Portlana)

........................

Wallis, R. M. (Coburg)

Wallis, V. (Kaniva) .....

Walter, H. G. (Sheppar-

ton)

...........................

Willock, G. (Geraldton)

Walls, J. (Cambermell)

Walsgott, E. W. (Dimhoola)

........................

Walsh, C. Rainbow) ......

Walsh, D. (Rockhampton)

..............................

Walsh, 3. (Warren)

Walsh, N. A. (Patchewollock)

....................

Walsh, W. H. N. (Longreach)

.......................

Walter, G. (Camherwell)

Waples, J. (Illawarra)

Waples, W. H. (Sydney)

Warburton, L. (~a~,ilton)

.............................

Warby, W. A. (Surat)

Wardrop, E. Y. (Byisbale)

........................

c.

c Ware, ,Joh~i (Ilobart) ...

, ~-.

Ware, R. (Hobart) .........

; Wareham, D. G. (Nelv

">

w Zealand) ..................

& Wharton, L. H. (Lightning

Ridge) ...........

Wheeler, Jim (Charters

t: Towers) ..................

Wheeler, J. K. (Bansall)

Wheeler, K. (Kellys

Creek) ........................

Whiley, W. (Footscl:ly)

Whillians, B. (Burellan)

Whillixns, R. (Barellan)

Whip, R. E. (Longreach)

Whisson, L. (Underbool)

White, A. (Warren) ......

White, A. (Surat) ............

White, Arthur (Manilla)

White, A. B. (Alexandra,

S.A.) ........................

White,, C. C. (Callarenebn)

..............................

White, F. (Moree) ............

White, H. (Echuca) ......

White, J. l a 1 ...

White, J. H. L. (Long-

reach)

.......................

White, K. C. (Manilla)

White, L. F. (Vietana

Valley) ........................

White, Roy (Condobolin)

White, R. J. (Collarene-

bri) .............................

White, Wal (Surat) ......

Whitehead, C. I Port

Fairy) ........................

Whiteman, A. (Totten-

Wareham, S. (Mortlake) 12

Waring, B. (Willaura) 12

Waring, H. (Willaura) 12

Waring, K. (Willaura) 12

Warmoll, Fred (~ourkej 12

Warnack, D. J. (Rock-

hampton) .................. 13

sea) ......... ............

Warner,

Warren,

Warren,

Warren,

Warren,

Warren,

Warren,

Warren.

-.

Watson, F..c.' (Holhrook) 14

Watson, H. (Macarthur)

Watson, K. (Frankston) I2

Watson, L. M. K.

(Geraldton) ............... 12

Watson, ~alte;. P.

(Shoalhaven) ............ 12

Watt, J. (Gunnedah) -

Watt, J. (Queanhcyan) 17

Whitwell, D. P. (I


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