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19–20 November 1915
Cambooya Masonic Hall, Harrow and Gore Streets, Cambooya

The men marched from Greenmount to Cambooya in time for lunch on 19 November 1915. Here they were met by a parade of vehicles, people on horseback and school children from Cambooya, Ramsay and Harrow. A swim in the creek cooled them off, and a sports afternoon was held to lift the spirits of the men. Further country hospitality was provided including an evening meal from the Shire Council. A recruitment meeting in the Masonic Hall was accompanied by a concert and supper. The men camped at the hall overnight.

The State Commandant Colonel Lee stayed with the Ramsay family at Harrow—now a garden estate, only open to the public during the Carnival of Flowers and for the Open Garden Scheme.


  • Smith, Fred #642


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