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Monday, 6 April 2020

100 Years Ago Today: 6 April 1920

Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW : 1876 - 1954), Tuesday 6 April 1920, page 6

WESTON. 
Mrs. Henderson, who is leaving for England, was entertained at her own home by a surprise party of friends, and a very pleasant musical evening was spent, under the presidency of Mr. J Forster. On behalf of the company, Mr. G. Mather handed Mrs. Henderson a silver teapot, and Mrs Henderson a gold brooch. Mr. Henderson responded on behalf of his wife. 
Weston Soccer Football Club has entered a team in the South Maitland, Soccer competition third grade, and should about win. The club has accepted Hamilton's invitation for a match on Learmonth Park on Saturday. The boundary fixed for Weston senior team, by the Newcastle Disrict British Football Associatlon, is from East Greta to Neath both included, Cessnock being left an open district. Weston will play in the Newcastle senior competition. Great performances will be expected this season from Rodgers, of Kurri, Oliver of Hebburn, Barker and Outram of Abermain.

Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954), Tuesday 6 April 1920, page 5

ENGLAND WINS
International Soccer
(Reuter's Telegrams)
LONDON, Monday Night.
In an international amateur Soccer match at Rouen, England defeated France by 5 goals to nil. 
The First Light Horse social reunion will take place at the Anzac Buffet this afternoon at 5.30.

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