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MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. November 16 and 17. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton, Taggerty and Acheron Express — 25 November 1949

IELIIOUURNE i'IG MARKET. November 16 and 17. This week's report by Messrs. T. Shaw Logan and Co. goes in the fol lowing strain: Stores.--Still selling well. We sold slips £4/11/6, stores £5/17/6. Porkers.--Holding well. Light £5 7/6 to £6/2/6, medinum £6/4/6 to £6 14/6, heavy £6/15/6 to £7/16/6, extra £7/17/6 to £10/3/6. Backfatters.-Not equal to late rates. We topped market for K. Moore at £28/19/-, Les Grant and T. Crow £24/16/'-, Ieg Smith £23/11/-, two N. Dancey at £19/1/-, etc. Baconers.- ut upl to late rates, but still very decent. We sold drafts F. Wallder £15/11/-, N. Jepson £11/9/-, F. Dowsey £14/9/-, 1t. Minion £14/4/-, C. Beattie £11., I. iuckley £13/19/6, E. K. Dyke £13/118/6, eight G. OLough. lin £13/5/6, four C. Johnson £13/7/6, A. Bros. £13/13/136, C. J. Dyke £13/2/6, six J. Borrie at £13/2/-, seven at £12 16/6 and six at £12/2/6, seven \V. Dud. ley at £12/9/6, seven A. 3Bros. at 1.12 7/6, C. E. Williams £12/2/-, five L. Grant and T. Crow £12/1/-, and lots more. Calve...

Publication Title: Alexandra Standard And Yarck, Gobur, Thornton, Taggerty And Acheron Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Smart and Fashionable Dresses. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton, Taggerty and Acheron Express — 25 November 1949

S Smart and Fashionable Dresses.- Prepare yourself for a Real Thriil, wlhein you see the New Spring Frocks at The Alexandra Stores

Publication Title: Alexandra Standard And Yarck, Gobur, Thornton, Taggerty And Acheron Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Methodist Church [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton, Taggerty and Acheron Express — 25 November 1949

MetIhodist Church The Sunday School Anniversary will be held next Sunday with ser vices In the morning andt afternoon. The speaker in the afternoon will be Mr. F. A. Cook, M.L.A. There will be no evening service. A similar concert to that giveri l;st year will be held in St. An. dic?A's Hall onl Friday next, 2nd December, and in Yarck Hall on 'he Saturday following. An ex celleut learn of artists will perform on flute, violin and piano. Miss Jean Williams, a soloist at the re cent festival ir tte Melbourne Town Hall will slung. Variety will be pro vided by local artists.

Publication Title: Alexandra Standard And Yarck, Gobur, Thornton, Taggerty And Acheron Express
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ALEXANDRA SHIRE COUNCIL. November Meeting ROADS EXPENDITURE. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton, Taggerty and Acheron Express — 25 November 1949

'ALEXANDIA SHIRE COUNCIL. November Meeting * ROADS EXPENDITURE. C.R.B. amounts expended on roads from July 1st, 1948, to 30th June, 1919: Cathkin-Mansfield road, £49 expend ed, £160 allotted. Upper Goulburn road, £1174 expended; £1340 allotted: Do., £1174, £1100. Terip Terip road, Do., £1100 allotted. Terip Terip road, £339 expended, £550 allotted. Tag bgrty-Thornton road, £814 expended, £1080 allotted. U.T. Creek road, £24 expended. Maintongoon road, £29 ex pended. Eildon bridge, £615 expend ed (overspent).- Gobur - Kanumbra road, £8 (£92) expended, £120 allotted (balance £28). KIeen's road, £23 ex pended. Back Johnson's Creek road, £8 expended. - Mintern's road, £8 ex pended (balance £43 for ends). Cathe dral road, £57 expended. Rubicon road, £607 expended. Crystal Creek road, £80 expended. Scrubby Creek road, £84 expended, Maroondah High way, £2869 expended, £4440 allotted. Stone's road, pipes ordered, £100 al lotted. Shaw's road, pipes ordered, £9b1 allotted. Free's road, pipes ...

Publication Title: Alexandra Standard And Yarck, Gobur, Thornton, Taggerty And Acheron Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton, Taggerty and Acheron Express — 25 November 1949

In the Alexandra and District Association matches last Saturday, the results were as follows:-Alex atdia ,defeated Rubicou, 46-30, Alexandra No. 2 lost to Marvsvllle No. I. Marysville No. 2 d. Marys ville No. 3. Thornton d. Acheron 52-24. In the Alexandra.Yea Associa tion, 1 hornton d. Alexandra No. 1, 39"36. Yea No. 1 v. Alexandra No. 2-drawn game.

Publication Title: Alexandra Standard And Yarck, Gobur, Thornton, Taggerty And Acheron Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton, Taggerty and Acheron Express — 25 November 1949

Liberal & Country Party POLICY POINTS When returned to power will Legislate for Endownment for First Child • BBanning of Communism. Increased Soldiers and War Widows Pensions. More Money for Roads. I More Amenities for the Men & W me-n cn tl:e Land. Ircreasedc nd Continuous t x etrol Supply. hl-centi cs for Both Employer' :"nd Employee for Increased pro cluction. Secret Ballot for the Trade Uni.'nist. Guarantee of Increased Price to the Dairy Industry by Federal Subsidy. W. D. BOSTOCK STANDS FOUR SQUARE FOR TIlE ABOVE I OLICY. VOTE ' B3OSTOCO 3 Edmonson 2 Nason Authorised by H. C. Coggins, Campaign Director, 64 Nunn St. Benalla. England's Largest Builder of Fine Motor Cars and month after month Austin is breaking Delivery Records in Victoria Now,. for the New Austin See it at II. PETERS'"GARAGE, Alexandra FORD FOUR '49 L. G. CUMMING, Alexandra. Phone 24 rlIW t rl si i traainC1? 'rJ77 t - c r¬na` Th11W5 oi rrY`ito 'i rn~ nS¶WPI rffI The Premier Boot Store FINER FOOTWE...

Publication Title: Alexandra Standard And Yarck, Gobur, Thornton, Taggerty And Acheron Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton, Taggerty and Acheron Express — 25 November 1949

MITCHELL'S TAXI SERVICE CAIR FOR tIIIRE-DAT' 1 G? -' .T Day Trip 'Arranm:cc Car Available for Vc :: Wcc> artice Dance Partiec Catcred For 'Car Meets Melbourne Bus paily 'Phone Alexandra 35 ,j-?,- ,^ 9..:2 ., .. , ' i".. <-4 ,®-r? " . ... -'? Si THE? : "if," BATTER- hirval Ant .: . .... ........ . .. . . . CY[LE i F1· :S; ^obtainable on N*: JfEASY 1 B: TERMS 11 li , /'romn S' (', (L. BATTERSBY- Local A.ent ? IZ I:..i~r , .....?:. . . . . . ..: . ......... ........... ...;.... ........ .... ... .. ..i .I Best brands Ates,kYines, Spirits. A LI:XA I. A HOI L, N* J. MePAHL, Prl arietur. Phonel4 S. P. SAVAGE, U~ENERAL CARRIER Alexandra, Thornton and Eildon Weir Passengers, Parcels and Goods STAN CADGE, CARRIER. C.O.R. DEPOT. Wobeter Btrcot, Aloxandra, Phone No 11I Sportsmen I SEE For ALL Your Fishing, Tennis Cricket Requiremnents N )tor FuneralService S'li CTHELL'S j- Phone 35 !':ooL s frctm Union .Bank) Choicest Fruit in 'eason Confectionery. Soft Lziruks Ice Ce?cn:. Vegeta...

Publication Title: Alexandra Standard And Yarck, Gobur, Thornton, Taggerty And Acheron Express
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton, Taggerty and Acheron Express — 25 November 1949

DEATH GILMORE.-On November 15, at Caul field Repatriation Hospital. Allan Ronald. loved son of Elizabeth and Hugh Gilmore, loving brother of Malcolm, Dorothy (Mrs. Houston), Ray, Ken, Russell and Betty. Aged 29 years. GILMORE.-On November 15, at Re patriation Hospital, Caullield, Allan Ron aid, the beloved husband of V3ncey, loved father of Rhonda, late of Alexandra, Aged 29 years.

Publication Title: Alexandra Standard And Yarck, Gobur, Thornton, Taggerty And Acheron Express
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District Shows Prize Winners. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton, Taggerty and Acheron Express — 25 November 1949

District Shows Prize Winners. Seymour Show-Mr. Reg Hod son secured three firsts for Merino sheep, including champion for Mert lno ram, and sash for Best Merino sheep of the Show. Euroa Show-Margaret Johnson gained a championship with her pony (hack), and first for pony 14 and under, and first for pony 14.2 and nnder. Mrs. Reg Payne and family at tended Euroa Show. Awards were as follows:--Skeeta, first 12,2 a.u. (pony hack) and best school pony hack. First with Chester, for best child's pony. Second with Queen of Hearts (j3.2 a.u. pony hack), and pony mare (led). Jacqulline Payne first Good Hands, under 15 years, and first for best girl rider under 14 years. Donald Payne 'firs for boy rider under 11 years. At Seymour the Payne family had a successiul day with exhibits. -Queen of Hearts, first and cham pion for pony mare (led class). Scotch, first pony hack, 13.2 a.u., and first best child's pony, 12.2 a.u. First for best pony, under 14 hands (led class). Skeets, first for school pon...

Publication Title: Alexandra Standard And Yarck, Gobur, Thornton, Taggerty And Acheron Express
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COMBINED ONE RUN AHEAD OF C.E.B.S. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton, Taggerty and Acheron Express — 25 November 1949

COMBINED ONE RUN AHEAD OF1 C.E.B.S. Those who like their cricket spiced with excitement could not have wish ed for anything better' than tl:is match. Honors were easy right enou'gh. But it was the Combined team which carried off the laurels with a one-run win. Combined.--First innings, 50 (C. Hall 12, B. Thompson 10, A. Lend 10)'. Bowling for C.E.B.S.-R. Schef. fer 4/24, H. Payne 3/17. C.E.B.S.-First innings, 49 (J. El. ward not out 20, P. FitzRoy 9, B. Gil lespie 8). Bowling for Combined. R. Milroy 2/14, G. Hall 2/21, W. Gra ham 1/9. The quarterly meeting of the Women's Day of Prayer will be held in Methodist Church, 3 p.m. Monday next. Church of England---Ladies' Guild, Tuesday next, 3 p.m. and Choir Practice Thnrsday next,8 p.m. Parish Dance Friday next The Party for the Country is the Country Party. Vote Nason I.

Publication Title: Alexandra Standard And Yarck, Gobur, Thornton, Taggerty And Acheron Express
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ALEXANDRA No. 1 d. THORNTON. Played at Alexandra Park. Alexandra 1—First innings. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton, Taggerty and Acheron Express — 25 November 1949

ALEXANDRA No. 1 d. TI-ORNI'ON. Played at Alexandra Park. Alexandra 1--First innings. L. McGorlick, c Dent b Nicholas 0 0. jcrett, run out ............... 24 AM. Kabot, c G. Scorah b Smith 9 C. Archer, c C. Scorah b Neve .... 22 I. Stillman, c G. Scorah b C. Sor Iirah ........ .... .... ..... 4 .I. Fitzloy, To~ssoll ........ . .... 32 Keith Stillman, not out .......... 18 R. Owen, c Frecker b Tossoll .... 17 Key Stillman, not out............... 0 Extras ........ ....... .............. 6 Nine wickets for ............ 132 'holrnton--First innings. It. Tossoll, c It. Stillmnan b Owen 10 G. Scorah, b Keittl Stillman ........ 8 A. Neov, c liev Stillman b Keith Stillnllan ........ ...... ...... 4 J. Girdwood, run out .............. 3 K. Smith, c It. Stillman b Kabot 18 P. Frecker, b Owen .............. 8 C. Scorah, c It. Stillmnan b Owen 6 1P. Creaton, lbw b Owen ............ 4 -. Dent, c Archer b Owen ........ 4 it. Niuclolas, not out .......... ...... 6 . I?lclllu s, run out1........ ......

Publication Title: Alexandra Standard And Yarck, Gobur, Thornton, Taggerty And Acheron Express
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CRICKET ALEXANDRA DISTRICT CRICKET ASSOCIATION. Last Saturday's Matches: ALEXANDRA No. 2. v. YARCK. Alexandra—First innings. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton, Taggerty and Acheron Express — 25 November 1949

CRICKET ALEXANDRA DISTRICT CRICI(ET ASSOCIATION. Last Saturday's Matches: ALEXANDRA No. 2 v. YARCK. Alexandra-First innings. B. Robinson, not out .... ......... 87 S. Taylor, c Symes b R. Fox ........ 6 T. Scheffer, lbw b Goodear ........ 42 R. Edwards, not out ...: ....... 4 Sundries .......................... Two wickets (comp. dec.).. 146 Bowling.-R. Fox, 1/14; B. Good. ear, 1/44. Yarck-First innings. J. Cameron, c Butler b Loughron 5 R. McPHerson, c McDonald b Stevenson .......... ........ .. T. Ripper, b McDonald ........ .... B. Goodear, lbw b Stevenson ... 2 R. Fox, c Edwards b Loughron .... 2 M. Scales, std. Robinson b Lough ron ........... ................. 3 L. Ten)nant, b Loughron ................. 11 A. Ilalligan, b Edwards ............ 1 A. Symes, b Stevenson ............ 0 D. Osborne, not out .............. 1 I. Fox,, c Scheffer b Edwards .... 0 Sundries ............................ 7 Total ............. .... ........ 32 Bowling.--Stevenson, 3/8; McDon aid, 1/3; Loughr...

Publication Title: Alexandra Standard And Yarck, Gobur, Thornton, Taggerty And Acheron Express
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EILDON WEIR v. MARYSVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton, Taggerty and Acheron Express — 25 November 1949

EILDON WEIR v. MARYSVILLE. Well, Sydney's "Sunday Telegraph" tells us every luing was going swim mingly in and around Elldon during the week-end. The cricketers manag ed to get in a game, though, and here are the scores, to prove it: Marysville-f'irst innings. H1-. Halliday, run out ............... 27 I. Ackerman, c McKay b Till .... 3 J. Grcatorex, c Donald b Long .... 19 K. VWest, c Donald b Hoskin ........ 21 E. Greatorex, c Deas b Hoskin .... 4 S. Ketchell, b it. Donald ........... 3 It. Drewitt, c Sawers b Long .... 6 I. Greatorex, b Hoskin ............ 6 A. Cox, b S. Long .................... 2 J. Reeves, e Deas b Donald ........ 7 W. 1erry, not out .................... 2 Sundries .... ........ ... ....... 2 Total ............................ 102 Bowling.-Till, 1/26; Donald, 2/18; Hoskin, 3/16; R. Donald, 1/11; Long, 3/17; Burness, 0/6. Eildon Weir-First innings. S. Long, b E. Greatorex ............ 4 W. Moore, b Ketchell ................ 1 E. lIickard, b E. Greatorex ...........

Publication Title: Alexandra Standard And Yarck, Gobur, Thornton, Taggerty And Acheron Express
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ALEXANDRA FOOTBALL CLUB d. TAGGERTY. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton, Taggerty and Acheron Express — 25 November 1949

ALEXANDRA FOOTBALL CLUB d. TAGGEIT'Y. Played at Alexandra. The F'ootballers made 76 in their first iinings and lost eight wickets for 26 in their second (Iloy Smith and I'at 13etson top scorers with 21 each). 'i'aggerty s lirst inlllgs totalled 117 (BUll nurews Iw0). Mt. McCarty ob talimed iuUr wickets for 17 runs.

Publication Title: Alexandra Standard And Yarck, Gobur, Thornton, Taggerty And Acheron Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton, Taggerty and Acheron Express — 25 November 1949

Afternoon Tea at Walker's .Sale by Hospital Auxiliary Nason for the Nation! Vote Nason 1. Shire councillors! Get the petrol tax returned by voting Nason 1. For continuous automatic telephone exchanges, vote Clive Nason 1. To those about to marry: Child en dowment for the first child if you vote Clive-Nason 1. Holiday mikers For better.roads and accommodation vote Nason 1, rd 7 Alexandra Football Club Picnic Sports n" g At ALEXANDRA PARK NEW YEARS' DAY, Jau. 1. Trophies to value of all Prizes 3. Footrunnfng 130 Yds.-First .42, second Z1, third JOs. 3 75 Yds. First 30s, second 15s, 6 thirtl 5s. 6 120 Yds. (Footballers). First 2 £4, second 20s, third 5s. S 4,0 Yds. First .2, second 10s, 2 third 5,, )2 100 Yds. Under 15 years. First 3; 1, second 10s, third 5s. 75 Yds ILadies). First .61, sec ord 10s, third 5s. 4 C cle Events 1 One Mile -First 42, second 10s, 2 third 5s. 2 Mille--lirst 5)s, second 4 10s, third 5s, Half Mile (Ladies). 1 First .1, second 10s, 'third 5'. Half 1 ile, Boys. F...

Publication Title: Alexandra Standard And Yarck, Gobur, Thornton, Taggerty And Acheron Express
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JOHN McEWEN BACKS CLIVE NASON FOR INDI. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton, Taggerty and Acheron Express — 25 November 1949

JOHN McEWEN BACKS CLIVE NASON FOR INDL. Speaking at Bcechworth this .week, JIon. John McEwen, retiring member for Indi, said: "I am here to-day to 'support Clive Nason, the endorsed Country Party candidate for Indi. "I want to say that I have support ed new candidates many times, but never has it been my privilege to sup port a better candidate than Clive Nason, whom I have known for many years. I-Is wondcrful record of ser vice in peace and war, high personal integrity, honesty of purpose, sincer ity and grip on political affairs make him a worthy successor. "I hope," said Mr. McEwen, "to be returned as memnber for Murray, and if so will still be interested in Indi. You have had a great Country Party team in north-east Victoria for many years-the Hon. P. P. Inclybold, the I-on. Ivan. Swinburne, Mr. Toem Mit chell, Mr. George Moss and Mr. Al bert Cook, all Country Party mem bers, and I," added Mr. McEwen, "be. long to the Australian Country Party. Let us keep this team intact by re ...

Publication Title: Alexandra Standard And Yarck, Gobur, Thornton, Taggerty And Acheron Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOW EILDON PEOPLE SUFFERED FROM FLOODS. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton, Taggerty and Acheron Express — 25 November 1949

or to IIOW EILDON PEOPLE SUF SFERED FROP M FLOODS. .t- "Pass the salt, please!" might well It be the comment when people of this p. district read what Sydney's "Sunday Teleg-raph" had to say about the after y math of recent heavy rains in this ,r. part of the world. al Folk in the Goulburn Valley area r- do not know what they suffered or :e how "hot up" by fear they were until they learn the story as told by the o "Sunday T'elegraph." Here it is: d "Hundreds of people lied from their i. homes in the Goulburn Valley (Vic y toria) last night, fearing that the re. y taining walls of Eildon Weir would e burst and engulf them. L- "All those living in low-lying areas 1- left their homes, and hundreds of o. thers were warned to be ready to . leave at a moment's notice. "All towns along the Goulburn River have also been warned, and 1- police everywhere along the river are keeping constant watch. "Late last night and early this morning, by the light of hurricane lamps, torches and car headli...

Publication Title: Alexandra Standard And Yarck, Gobur, Thornton, Taggerty And Acheron Express
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MR. BOSTOCK'S CAMPAIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton, Taggerty and Acheron Express — 25 November 1949

MR. IBOSTOCK'S CAMPAIGN. If hard work will win Indi, then "Bill" Bostock will sit in the House of Representatives. Day and night he is tireless in his efforts to visit every centre in the electorate, and he is be I ing particularly well received. 1 As a farmer who works his own property, he knows what the man on the land has to put up with. At a meeting of returned men re cently he told them that, as a return ed man himself, he knew that their claims for increased pensions were side-stepped by the Labor Govern ment. He made a definite promise to them that, if returned, he would not rest until the returned men and women received increased pensions. The services which they had rendered to Australia had been forgotten, not by the people but by the Labor Go vernment. lie was glad to say that the question of increased war pen sions was a prominent feature in the policy of .the Liberal and Country Party. As regards-endowment for the first child, which also was included in the policy of th...

Publication Title: Alexandra Standard And Yarck, Gobur, Thornton, Taggerty And Acheron Express
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Recent Deaths. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton, Taggerty and Acheron Express — 25 November 1949

Recent Deaths. The death occurred at the Caulfield Repatriation Hospital on November 15, of Mr. Ronald Allan Gilmore, son of Mr. and Mrs Hugh Gilmore, of '1 hornton. Deceased had not enjoyed good healthtfor about six months. He was iged 29 years, and leaves a wife and child as well as the sor rowing parents, to mourn their great loss. The late Mr. Gilmore was born at Alexandra, and was well and favorably known throughout the district. He was a serviceman of the last war. The funeral took place at the Fawkner crematorium. The R.S.L. ritual was recited, and the Last Post sounded. The pall bearers were Messrs. J. Caddy, E. Caddy, T. Southwick, H Bux ton, T. D. Robb, R. J. Briggs, J. Bernard, H. Weymouth. Quite a gloom was cast over the town and district when it be came known that Mr. Percival Charles Newman, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Newman, of Koriella, had died from injuries received when he was struck by a limb during tree felling operations at Tanjil Bren, on Wednesday of last week. T...

Publication Title: Alexandra Standard And Yarck, Gobur, Thornton, Taggerty And Acheron Express
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ALEXANDRA STANDARD PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton, Taggerty and Acheron Express — 25 November 1949

ALEXANDRA STANDARD PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. C.W.A. Food for Britain Ap peal.---Number 576 is the winning number. Anyone holding this numbered ticket should contact Mrs. F. M. Grinter, President. The R.S.L. sub-branch is tend ering a soaial to the R.S.L. Wo men's Auxiliary on. Dec. 2. All members of the Auxiliary are in vited. The Alexandra R.S.L. are ar ranging for a monster Acquatic Carnival to be held at Eildon Weir on Dec. 31. It is hoped to have motor boats, a catalina and merry-go-round in evidence. At the last meeting of the sub-branch Wing Commander Burridge and Squadron Leader Delahunty at tended and were very impressed regarding.the holding of such a fixture. However, an inspection of the weir was to be made, and as soon as information is received, details pertaining to the carnival will be given. Hospital Auxiliary meet at the Shire Hall Friday, Dec. 2, 2.45 p.m. The death occurred at Wanga ratta of Mr. Archibald John Dick, brother of Mr. Hector Dick, of Acheron, and Mrs.. ...

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