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  • Advertising

    ... [Advertising] (898 words)
  • SALE CANAL DREDGING Position Regarded as Satisfactory

    In a letter to Mr. H. J. Hyland, the Public Works Department advised that satisfactory progress is being made with the dredging ... [Article] (125 words)
  • Family Notices

    ... [Family Notices] (163 words)
  • WEST SALE HUTS Further Disposal Continuing

    It was revealed at the meeting of the Sale R.S.L. on Wednesday night that allocations of huts from West Sale continues despite ... [Article] (242 words)
  • Musical Competitions

    Reporting to the Sale branch of the Returned Soldiers' League on Wednesday night, Mr. Sandford said that he had represented the branch at a meet. ... [Article] (98 words)
  • Carnival at Swing Bridge

    After hearing a report on a meeting of the Sale Swimming Club from the retiring president (Mr. G. Drane). the Sale R.S.L. decided to co-operate with ... [Article] (104 words)
  • Letter of Thanks to Club

    The Stratford-Nuntin Race Club has received a letter of thanks from the sceretary of the Victorian Branch of the Returned Soldiers League for ... [Article] (79 words)
  • Meeting Postponed

    Owing to the absence of members of the committee on holidays, the members of the executive appointed to consider the date and programme for ... [Article] (64 words)
  • Sale School Grounds

    Mr. H. J. Hyland advised local school committees that an attempt will be made to obtain local labor for ground improvements to the Sale High School, ... [Article] (75 words)
  • PUBLIC MEETING ON FRIDAY Ratepayers and Public Invited

    has called a public meeting at the Services rest room on Friday night next to discuss the grants made by the Minister for, Public Works (Mr. ... [Article] (150 words)
  • Dogs Worry Sheep

    Landholders in the districts surrounding Sale have lodged complaints that dogs have commenced to worry sheep again and depredations of these ... [Article] (101 words)
  • CORRESPONDENCE LETTER AND PARCEL POSTED. (The Editor, Gippsland Times.)

    Sir,—I would like through your paper, to thank the, person who was kind enough to post a letter and parcel left on the Stratford Road, Sale, by ... [Article] (50 words)
  • Tenders Accepted

    The Seaspray Progress Association has been advised by Mr. HI. J. Hyland that the Country Roads Board has accepted tenders for the following work ... [Article] (70 words)
  • Public Meeting Next Friday

    The Mayor (Cr. J. E. Christie) wrote to the Sale branch of the Returned Soldiers' League asking that all members attend the public meeting to be ... [Article] (81 words)
  • ROSEDALE RETURNED, SOLDIERS Annual Meeting Opposes Widening of Membership

    Speakers at the annual meeting of the Rosedale sub-branch of the Returned Soldiers Association gave the impression that the members ... [Article] (184 words)
  • BODY FOUND IN THOMSON RIVER Heyfield Pensioner Drowned

    Possibly suffering from loss of memory, Timothy Hurley, aged 78 years, was missing from his home at Heyfield on Wednesday last and ... [Article] (186 words)
  • PASSED AWAY Mr. Wm. G. R. SPROD

    An old time Sale connection was brought to light last week in the death of Mr. W. G. R. Sprod in his 85th year. He was born in Foster Street, Sale. ... [Article] (194 words)
  • VOLUNTEERS FOR GRAPE PICKING Trip to Mildura for Harvest Season

    By advertisement in this issue, the harvest labor organisers of Mildura, through the District Employment Office, are appealing for volunteers ... [Article] (184 words)
  • Learn to Swim Campaign

    The learn to swim campaign being conducted by the Sale Swimming Club will be continued this week. Owing to the inability of instructors to attend ... [Article] (68 words)
  • THE DINGLES—

    THE TERRIBLE HAMMONDS HAVE INVITED ME TO A COMING OUT PARTY. ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (6 words)
  • NAMBROK - DENISON SETTLEMENT AREA Valuations Nearing Completion

    Landowners in the Nambrok-Denison area are naturally most anxious to know their fate regarding valuations. Mr. Hyland, M.L.A. ... [Article] (205 words)
  • COCKCHAFER BEETLES Annual Swarming Imminent

    The annual swarming of Cockchafer beetles is due to occur any day now. Adult beetles of the pasture cockchafer grub are now ... [Article] (329 words)
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