Warm congratulations from the shire president (Cr. T. Howard) and councillors, were extended to Matron Jones, OBE, of ...Article : 70 words
Development of the Murray Valley and its potentialities for soldier settlement were the subjects of keen debate at a conference, held at Echuca last week, of representatives of sub-branches within the ...Article : 1,484 words
“Keep the waters of the Goulburn and Murray working longer than ever before,” was the advice of Mr R. D. Elliott, CMG, who has returned from England. On the return journey he visited India, ...Article : 870 words
Reference to a long standing dispute at Dookie concerning circumstances surrounding the nomination of personnel of the local war ...Article : 152 words
Replying to a letter in the last issue of the “Advertiser,” by “Disgusted,” who suggested taking a census of accommodation ...Article : 103 words
Douglas Vivian Alcock and George Baker of Fitzroy, struck trouble on Saturday afternoon when they “mixed it” with Constable F. Watson. ...Article : 56 words
As a further service to its readers the Shepparton “Advertiser’ has made arrangements for a special coble service from ...Article : 99 words
Mrs Lois Parkin, of Rushworth, has been advised that her husband, LAC Gordon George Parkin, who was posted missing, has now been presumed ...Article : 60 words
Shepparton tomato factories which last week expected to be at their peak period this week, were idle for portion of yesterday and today were only at half pressure. As was the case last week, when idle ...Article : 308 words
Lieut-Coi. John Kendall, late of Shepparton and Seymour, died on Sunday. He was a son of Dr. W. T. Kendall, and a brother of Mr H. ...Article : 101 words
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