09 January, 2014

January 9 Never see a man about a dog in Dunolly

1878 
The heat was excessive at Dunolly with it reaching 110 degrees in the shade. Wheat was arriving in large quantities.

1888 

Tender accepted by Victorian Railways from P. Lester of 22 pounds, 3 shillings and 4 pence for erection of passenger platform and shelter sheds at Number 40 gate on the Maryborough-Dunolly line.

1911 

A young man named Cerchie, living at Moliagul was climbing over a wire fence when the wire sprang and threw him heavily to the ground, breaking his collarbone, he was admitted to the Dunolly Hospital.

1933 

Whilst arguing with another man about a dog Stanley House, who is receiving Susso (sustenance) was severely injured about the head with an axe, he is in the Dunolly Hospital.

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