STRONG PROTESTS OVER BLASTING OPERATIONS
SOUTH CLARE HOUSES SHAKE
LARGE STONES FLY OVER A THIRD OF A MILE TO LAND IN PRIMARY SCHOOL GROUNDS
RYHNIE (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT)
Christmas passed over very quietly in this township; a great many having spent the day in different parties crayfishing on the Wakefield.
(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT)
Our holidays passed off very quietly this year, there being nothing of very great importance doing. On NewYear’sDay
there was a social gathering of friends at the Skilleyin Mr. J.M. Richman’s paddock, the usual place for outdoor sports.
OLD NORTH ROAD CUTTING ALTERED
A landmark in Clare since the early founding of the Town in 1842 or about the year 1850 is being partly demolished.
Mr. B.H. Hampel of Kybunga has had a large Bulldozer with a scraper attachment and a front end loader at work on the cutting behind Mr. Len Hore’s Engineering factory. The scraper attachment was made by Clare engineer Mr. L.M. Catford.
And much more...
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