The Auctions.

The auctions were hugely successful, with everyone being very generous and paying more for the goods than what they were worth. The auctions will probably ensure that there will be a profit after all is tallied up.
The auctions were also very entertaining. Neville Greenwood might well be a good auctioneer, but he really missed his calling in life. He should have become a comedian.

A special thanks to the Marheine family, who donated delivered gravel worth a good few thousand dollars. Phillip was asked if he would like to donate a truck load of gravel. Phil said "Stuff that, I'll donate 100 tonnes!"

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06.01 | 15:43

Which farm did "Pop Mackelvane" have, I was there during the last part of the second war.

21.11 | 15:34

We had a property, "Werribon" on the road that intersected with the road where Binghams store (name?) was to go to St. Josephs in Quirindi on Rafie's bus.

21.11 | 15:28

I remember the excitement of Rafie getting the "cab-over" bus and used to ride up front with him. We had a property, Werribon, just down the road (name??) from

16.11 | 21:09

I found this a very interesting page, even though I am from WA all the old farm practices were practically the same.
Rita Stinson

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