GFAG General Ledger, 1891-1916

All the accounts

By Malc King

More interesting than you might think...

Share capital, mortgages and bank accounts; income from hiring out of the ground for other sporting events, circuses, fetes, flower shows, army drill; and a wide range of expenditure, including:

5 Oct 1901 “Old Horse (Dead)”sold for 10/-, replacement purchased for £4.

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