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WOODANILLING SCHOOL Replacing Burnt Building KATANNING. July 6: About 100 district residents attended a meeting at the Woodanilling Road Board Hall last night to discuss the situation caused by the de struction of- the Woodanilling State' School on Friday night. A suggestion that the 30 stu dents of the fourth standard or higher be taken daily by bus to Katanning, 16 miles away, was rejected. A further suggestion that complete consolidation on the Katanning school, where next year science, languages, metal work and domestic science tuition will bring education to Junior Certificate standard, was not ac cepted by the meeting. The meet ing demanded that the Education Department should build a school at Woodanilling and it requested an early answer to its decision. The Woodanilling school had 64 children on its roll, 34 being town children and 30 being brought to Woodanilling by bus. Cattle Judging BUSSELTON. July 6: At a Junior Farmers' field" day held today on the property of Mr. B. Langridge, of Vasse, the Willyab 'Tup teim won a cattle judging competition against teams from Cowaramup and Acton Park. H. Mullins, of Forest Grove, And John Sibson, of Cowaramup, tied for the club judging champion ship.