1903 A MUNICIPAL SCENE.
At the borough council meeting held last night some very warm passages took place between Crs. Desmond and Somers. Some of the expressions used were not of the choicest. The trouble arose on the consideration of a list of burgesses living within the specified area who had failed to avail themselves of the night service. Some of these, it was said, were the owners or occupiers of premises in the principal street.”Liar" was frequently used, and Cr. Desmond was called upon by the mayor several times to withdraw. Cr. Nolan was by Cr.Desmond styled an able lieutenant of Cr.Somers. .
1905 Mr William Watt’s bicycle depot in Broadway was broken into and a Number One Hummer cycle stolen to the value of 16 pounds. The thief removed bricks from the building at the rear to gain access to the shop. It is thought to be a tramp who had been hanging about the town the 3 previous days.
1956 Easter Monday last day of Back to Dunolly celebrations – Basket picnic and Back-to-School all day, finishing with a Come Back Ball in the Shire Hall at 8.30pm.