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Johnson Harold



Mr. Alf Johnson, of Yolla, received word on Wednesday that his brother, Sapper Harold Johnson, had been killed on active service. Sapper Johnson, who is listed two years ago in the Table Cape municipality, was the second son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Johnson, of Victoria, and formerly of Lapoinya. At a welcome home social at Tulla on Wednesday evening, Mr. A. A. Flint referred to Sapper Johnson's death, and as a mark of respect a minutes silence was observed.








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