[Editor: This untitled anecdote is an extract from the “Gossip” section published in the Gundagai Independent (Gundagai, NSW), 4 November 1937.]
[I notice that in a town]
I notice that in a town not so very far from Gundagai, a novel competition was held at a recent dance, whereat a prize was given to the worst dancers on the floor. But the winners evidently resented the judges’ decision, for when a decanter of perfume was handed the “lady,” she promptly threw it to the ground at one of the judge’s feet, smashing it into a hundred fragments.
Gundagai Independent (Gundagai, NSW), 4 November 1937, p. 8