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AUSTRALIAN WEATHER. THS "HERALD" MAP.

14 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 16

…Warwick Hughes has a link to satellite imagery capturing the path of the intense rainstorms that swept eastern Australia between over January 2011. From another era before the ABC here are a series of isobaric weather charts from the Sydney Morning Herald and the accompanying headlines over a similar timeframe in February 1928. We look to the past to get insights into the future. Weather chart from the Sydney Morning Herald 14/2/1928 The Headlines 15/2/1928 CYCLONE. AT TWEED HEADS. Buildings Wrecked. AMAZING STRENGTH OF WIND. BRISBANE, Tuesday. BIG RAINFALLS. CENTRAL QUEENSLAND BENEFITS. BRISBANE, Tuesday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald Wednesday 15 February 1928, page 20 The Headlines 16/2/1928 ANXIETY IN GRAFTON. RIVER RISES RAPIDLY. GRAFTON, Wednesday. THE CYCLONE. IN THE NORTH. Rivers in Flood. STREETS 8FT UNDER WATER. BELLINGER RIVER. FLOODS AND LANDSLIPS. BELLINGEN, Wednesday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 16 February 1928, page 16 Headlines 17/2/1928 FLOODS IN NORTH AND SOUTH. Riverina Inundated. RAILWAY TRAFFIC SUSPENDED. Town of Ganmain Flooded. SWEPT UNDER BRIDGE. BRIDGE COLLAPSES UNDER TRAIN. TRAFFIC…

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CYCLONE. AT TWEED HEADS. Buildings Wrecked. AMAZING STRENGTH OF WIND. BRISBANE, Tuesday.

15 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 15

…Warwick Hughes has a link to satellite imagery capturing the path of the intense rainstorms that swept eastern Australia between over January 2011. From another era before the ABC here are a series of isobaric weather charts from the Sydney Morning Herald and the accompanying headlines over a similar timeframe in February 1928. We look to the past to get insights into the future. Weather chart from the Sydney Morning Herald 14/2/1928 The Headlines 15/2/1928 CYCLONE. AT TWEED HEADS. Buildings Wrecked. AMAZING STRENGTH OF WIND. BRISBANE, Tuesday.  …

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BIG RAINFALLS. CENTRAL QUEENSLAND BENEFITS. BRISBANE, Tuesday.

15 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 16

…Warwick Hughes has a link to satellite imagery capturing the path of the intense rainstorms that swept eastern Australia between over January 2011. From another era before the ABC here are a series of isobaric weather charts from the Sydney Morning Herald and the accompanying headlines over a similar timeframe in February 1928. We look to the past to get insights into the future. Weather chart from the Sydney Morning Herald 14/2/1928 The Headlines 15/2/1928 CYCLONE. AT TWEED HEADS. Buildings Wrecked. AMAZING STRENGTH OF WIND. BRISBANE, Tuesday. BIG RAINFALLS. CENTRAL QUEENSLAND BENEFITS. BRISBANE, Tuesday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald Wednesday 15 February 1928, page 20 The Headlines 16/2/1928 ANXIETY IN GRAFTON. RIVER RISES RAPIDLY. GRAFTON, Wednesday. THE CYCLONE. IN THE NORTH. Rivers in Flood. STREETS 8FT UNDER WATER. BELLINGER RIVER. FLOODS AND LANDSLIPS. BELLINGEN, Wednesday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 16 February 1928, page 16 Headlines 17/2/1928 FLOODS IN NORTH AND SOUTH. Riverina Inundated. RAILWAY TRAFFIC SUSPENDED. Town of Ganmain Flooded. SWEPT UNDER BRIDGE. BRIDGE COLLAPSES UNDER TRAIN. TRAFFIC SUSPENDED. POSITION AT JUNEE PHENOMENAL RAIN. NARRANDERA, Thursday. WATER OVER BANKS. POSITION AT MACLEAN. MACLEAN. Thursday. CLARENCE SUBSIDES. GRAFTON, Thursday. BELLINGER RIVER.…

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AUSTRALIAN WEATHER. THB "HERALD" MAP.

15 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 20

…Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald Wednesday 15 February 1928, page 20 The Headlines 16/2/1928 ANXIETY IN GRAFTON. RIVER RISES RAPIDLY. GRAFTON, Wednesday. THE CYCLONE. IN THE NORTH. Rivers in Flood. STREETS 8FT UNDER WATER. BELLINGER RIVER. FLOODS AND LANDSLIPS. BELLINGEN, Wednesday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 16 February 1928, page 16 Headlines 17/2/1928 FLOODS IN NORTH AND SOUTH. Riverina Inundated. RAILWAY TRAFFIC SUSPENDED. Town of Ganmain Flooded. SWEPT UNDER BRIDGE. BRIDGE COLLAPSES UNDER TRAIN. TRAFFIC SUSPENDED. POSITION AT JUNEE PHENOMENAL RAIN. NARRANDERA, Thursday. WATER OVER BANKS. POSITION AT MACLEAN. MACLEAN. Thursday. CLARENCE SUBSIDES. GRAFTON, Thursday. BELLINGER RIVER. URUNGA, Thursday. MAN'S BODY FOUND. MACLEAN. Thursday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning…

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ANXIETY IN GRAFTON. RIVER RISES RAPIDLY. GRAFTON, Wednesday.

16 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 12

…the path of the intense rainstorms that swept eastern Australia between over January 2011. From another era before the ABC here are a series of isobaric weather charts from the Sydney Morning Herald and the accompanying headlines over a similar timeframe in February 1928. We look to the past to get insights into the future. Weather chart from the Sydney Morning Herald 14/2/1928 The Headlines 15/2/1928 CYCLONE. AT TWEED HEADS. Buildings Wrecked. AMAZING STRENGTH OF WIND. BRISBANE, Tuesday. BIG RAINFALLS. CENTRAL QUEENSLAND BENEFITS. BRISBANE, Tuesday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald Wednesday 15 February 1928, page 20 The Headlines 16/2/1928 ANXIETY IN GRAFTON. RIVER RISES RAPIDLY. GRAFTON, Wednesday. THE CYCLONE. IN THE NORTH. Rivers in Flood. STREETS 8FT UNDER WATER. BELLINGER RIVER. FLOODS AND LANDSLIPS. BELLINGEN, Wednesday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 16 February 1928, page 16 Headlines 17/2/1928 FLOODS IN NORTH AND SOUTH. Riverina Inundated. RAILWAY TRAFFIC SUSPENDED. Town of Ganmain Flooded. SWEPT UNDER BRIDGE. BRIDGE COLLAPSES UNDER TRAIN. TRAFFIC SUSPENDED. POSITION AT JUNEE PHENOMENAL RAIN. NARRANDERA, Thursday. WATER OVER BANKS. POSITION AT MACLEAN. MACLEAN. Thursday. CLARENCE SUBSIDES. GRAFTON, Thursday. BELLINGER RIVER. URUNGA, Thursday. MAN'S BODY FOUND. MACLEAN. Thursday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Friday 17 February 1928, page 15 Headlines 18/2/1928 JUNEE FLOODED.…

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THE CYCLONE. IN THE NORTH. Rivers in Flood. STREETS 8FT UNDER WATER.

16 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 12

…eastern Australia between over January 2011. From another era before the ABC here are a series of isobaric weather charts from the Sydney Morning Herald and the accompanying headlines over a similar timeframe in February 1928. We look to the past to get insights into the future. Weather chart from the Sydney Morning Herald 14/2/1928 The Headlines 15/2/1928 CYCLONE. AT TWEED HEADS. Buildings Wrecked. AMAZING STRENGTH OF WIND. BRISBANE, Tuesday. BIG RAINFALLS. CENTRAL QUEENSLAND BENEFITS. BRISBANE, Tuesday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald Wednesday 15 February 1928, page 20 The Headlines 16/2/1928 ANXIETY IN GRAFTON. RIVER RISES RAPIDLY. GRAFTON, Wednesday. THE CYCLONE. IN THE NORTH. Rivers in Flood. STREETS 8FT UNDER WATER. BELLINGER RIVER. FLOODS AND LANDSLIPS. BELLINGEN, Wednesday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 16 February 1928, page 16 Headlines 17/2/1928 FLOODS IN NORTH AND SOUTH. Riverina Inundated. RAILWAY TRAFFIC SUSPENDED. Town of Ganmain Flooded. SWEPT UNDER BRIDGE. BRIDGE COLLAPSES UNDER TRAIN. TRAFFIC SUSPENDED. POSITION AT JUNEE PHENOMENAL RAIN. NARRANDERA, Thursday. WATER OVER BANKS. POSITION AT MACLEAN. MACLEAN. Thursday. CLARENCE SUBSIDES. GRAFTON, Thursday. BELLINGER RIVER. URUNGA, Thursday. MAN'S BODY FOUND. MACLEAN. Thursday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Friday 17 February 1928, page 15 Headlines 18/2/1928 JUNEE FLOODED. A NIGHT OF PERIL. THRILLING RESCUES. JUNEE, Friday. FLOODS IN THE SOUTH…

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BELLINGER RIVER. FLOODS AND LANDSLIPS. BELLINGEN, Wednesday.

16 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 12

…here are a series of isobaric weather charts from the Sydney Morning Herald and the accompanying headlines over a similar timeframe in February 1928. We look to the past to get insights into the future. Weather chart from the Sydney Morning Herald 14/2/1928 The Headlines 15/2/1928 CYCLONE. AT TWEED HEADS. Buildings Wrecked. AMAZING STRENGTH OF WIND. BRISBANE, Tuesday. BIG RAINFALLS. CENTRAL QUEENSLAND BENEFITS. BRISBANE, Tuesday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald Wednesday 15 February 1928, page 20 The Headlines 16/2/1928 ANXIETY IN GRAFTON. RIVER RISES RAPIDLY. GRAFTON, Wednesday. THE CYCLONE. IN THE NORTH. Rivers in Flood. STREETS 8FT UNDER WATER. BELLINGER RIVER. FLOODS AND LANDSLIPS. BELLINGEN, Wednesday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 16 February 1928, page 16 Headlines 17/2/1928 FLOODS IN NORTH AND SOUTH. Riverina Inundated. RAILWAY TRAFFIC SUSPENDED. Town of Ganmain Flooded. SWEPT UNDER BRIDGE. BRIDGE COLLAPSES UNDER TRAIN. TRAFFIC SUSPENDED. POSITION AT JUNEE PHENOMENAL RAIN. NARRANDERA, Thursday. WATER OVER BANKS. POSITION AT MACLEAN. MACLEAN. Thursday. CLARENCE SUBSIDES. GRAFTON, Thursday. BELLINGER RIVER. URUNGA, Thursday. MAN'S BODY FOUND. MACLEAN. Thursday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Friday 17 February 1928, page 15 Headlines 18/2/1928 JUNEE FLOODED. A NIGHT OF PERIL. THRILLING RESCUES. JUNEE, Friday. FLOODS IN THE SOUTH AND NORTH. Great Tracts Inundated. EXTENSIVE RAILWAY…

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AUSTRALIAN WEATHER. THE "HERALD" MAP.

16 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 16

…Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 16 February 1928, page 16 Headlines 17/2/1928 FLOODS IN NORTH AND SOUTH. Riverina Inundated. RAILWAY TRAFFIC SUSPENDED. Town of Ganmain Flooded. SWEPT UNDER BRIDGE. BRIDGE COLLAPSES UNDER TRAIN. TRAFFIC SUSPENDED. POSITION AT JUNEE PHENOMENAL RAIN. NARRANDERA, Thursday. WATER OVER BANKS. POSITION AT MACLEAN. MACLEAN. Thursday. CLARENCE SUBSIDES. GRAFTON, Thursday. BELLINGER RIVER. URUNGA, Thursday. MAN'S BODY FOUND. MACLEAN. Thursday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Friday 17 February 1928, page 15 Headlines 18/2/1928 JUNEE FLOODED. A NIGHT OF PERIL. THRILLING RESCUES. JUNEE, Friday. FLOODS IN THE SOUTH AND NORTH. Great Tracts Inundated. EXTENSIVE RAILWAY WASHAWAYS. LINE 4ft UNDER WATER. Position Still Grave in Clarence Basin. RICHMOND…

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FLOODS IN NORTH AND SOUTH. Riverina Inundated. RAILWAY TRAFFIC SUSPENDED. Town of Ganmain Flooded.

17 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 11

…in February 1928. We look to the past to get insights into the future. Weather chart from the Sydney Morning Herald 14/2/1928 The Headlines 15/2/1928 CYCLONE. AT TWEED HEADS. Buildings Wrecked. AMAZING STRENGTH OF WIND. BRISBANE, Tuesday. BIG RAINFALLS. CENTRAL QUEENSLAND BENEFITS. BRISBANE, Tuesday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald Wednesday 15 February 1928, page 20 The Headlines 16/2/1928 ANXIETY IN GRAFTON. RIVER RISES RAPIDLY. GRAFTON, Wednesday. THE CYCLONE. IN THE NORTH. Rivers in Flood. STREETS 8FT UNDER WATER. BELLINGER RIVER. FLOODS AND LANDSLIPS. BELLINGEN, Wednesday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 16 February 1928, page 16 Headlines 17/2/1928 FLOODS IN NORTH AND SOUTH. Riverina Inundated. RAILWAY TRAFFIC SUSPENDED. Town of Ganmain Flooded. SWEPT UNDER BRIDGE. BRIDGE COLLAPSES UNDER TRAIN. TRAFFIC SUSPENDED. POSITION AT JUNEE PHENOMENAL RAIN. NARRANDERA, Thursday. WATER OVER BANKS. POSITION AT MACLEAN. MACLEAN. Thursday. CLARENCE SUBSIDES. GRAFTON, Thursday. BELLINGER RIVER. URUNGA, Thursday. MAN'S BODY FOUND. MACLEAN. Thursday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Friday 17 February 1928, page 15 Headlines 18/2/1928 JUNEE FLOODED. A NIGHT OF PERIL. THRILLING RESCUES. JUNEE, Friday. FLOODS IN THE SOUTH AND NORTH. Great Tracts Inundated. EXTENSIVE RAILWAY WASHAWAYS. LINE 4ft UNDER WATER. Position Still Grave in Clarence Basin. RICHMOND RIVER FLOODED. CASINO, Friday. MANY RESCUES. COOLAMON DISTRICT. COOLAMON, Friday. ONE HUGE LAKE. BREADALBANE PLAINS. GOULBURN,…

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SWEPT UNDER BRIDGE.

17 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 11

…Weather chart from the Sydney Morning Herald 14/2/1928 The Headlines 15/2/1928 CYCLONE. AT TWEED HEADS. Buildings Wrecked. AMAZING STRENGTH OF WIND. BRISBANE, Tuesday. BIG RAINFALLS. CENTRAL QUEENSLAND BENEFITS. BRISBANE, Tuesday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald Wednesday 15 February 1928, page 20 The Headlines 16/2/1928 ANXIETY IN GRAFTON. RIVER RISES RAPIDLY. GRAFTON, Wednesday. THE CYCLONE. IN THE NORTH. Rivers in Flood. STREETS 8FT UNDER WATER. BELLINGER RIVER. FLOODS AND LANDSLIPS. BELLINGEN, Wednesday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 16 February 1928, page 16 Headlines 17/2/1928 FLOODS IN NORTH AND SOUTH. Riverina Inundated. RAILWAY TRAFFIC SUSPENDED. Town of Ganmain Flooded. SWEPT UNDER BRIDGE. BRIDGE COLLAPSES UNDER TRAIN. TRAFFIC SUSPENDED. POSITION AT JUNEE PHENOMENAL RAIN. NARRANDERA, Thursday. WATER OVER BANKS. POSITION AT MACLEAN. MACLEAN. Thursday. CLARENCE SUBSIDES. GRAFTON, Thursday. BELLINGER RIVER. URUNGA, Thursday. MAN'S BODY FOUND. MACLEAN. Thursday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Friday 17 February 1928, page 15 Headlines 18/2/1928 JUNEE FLOODED. A NIGHT OF PERIL. THRILLING RESCUES. JUNEE, Friday. FLOODS IN THE SOUTH AND NORTH. Great Tracts Inundated. EXTENSIVE RAILWAY WASHAWAYS. LINE 4ft UNDER WATER. Position Still Grave in Clarence Basin. RICHMOND RIVER FLOODED. CASINO, Friday. MANY RESCUES. COOLAMON DISTRICT. COOLAMON, Friday. ONE HUGE LAKE. BREADALBANE PLAINS. GOULBURN, Friday. MANY WASHAWAYS.…

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BRIDGE COLLAPSES UNDER TRAIN. TRAFFIC SUSPENDED.

17 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 11

…the Sydney Morning Herald 14/2/1928 The Headlines 15/2/1928 CYCLONE. AT TWEED HEADS. Buildings Wrecked. AMAZING STRENGTH OF WIND. BRISBANE, Tuesday. BIG RAINFALLS. CENTRAL QUEENSLAND BENEFITS. BRISBANE, Tuesday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald Wednesday 15 February 1928, page 20 The Headlines 16/2/1928 ANXIETY IN GRAFTON. RIVER RISES RAPIDLY. GRAFTON, Wednesday. THE CYCLONE. IN THE NORTH. Rivers in Flood. STREETS 8FT UNDER WATER. BELLINGER RIVER. FLOODS AND LANDSLIPS. BELLINGEN, Wednesday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 16 February 1928, page 16 Headlines 17/2/1928 FLOODS IN NORTH AND SOUTH. Riverina Inundated. RAILWAY TRAFFIC SUSPENDED. Town of Ganmain Flooded. SWEPT UNDER BRIDGE. BRIDGE COLLAPSES UNDER TRAIN. TRAFFIC SUSPENDED. POSITION AT JUNEE PHENOMENAL RAIN. NARRANDERA, Thursday. WATER OVER BANKS. POSITION AT MACLEAN. MACLEAN. Thursday. CLARENCE SUBSIDES. GRAFTON, Thursday. BELLINGER RIVER. URUNGA, Thursday. MAN'S BODY FOUND. MACLEAN. Thursday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Friday 17 February 1928, page 15 Headlines 18/2/1928 JUNEE FLOODED. A NIGHT OF PERIL. THRILLING RESCUES. JUNEE, Friday. FLOODS IN THE SOUTH AND NORTH. Great Tracts Inundated. EXTENSIVE RAILWAY WASHAWAYS. LINE 4ft UNDER WATER. Position Still Grave in Clarence Basin. RICHMOND RIVER FLOODED. CASINO, Friday. MANY RESCUES. COOLAMON DISTRICT. COOLAMON, Friday. ONE HUGE LAKE. BREADALBANE PLAINS. GOULBURN, Friday. MANY WASHAWAYS. COMMISSIONERS' REPORT. FLOODED AREAS IN THE…

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POSITION AT JUNEE

17 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 11

…Headlines 15/2/1928 CYCLONE. AT TWEED HEADS. Buildings Wrecked. AMAZING STRENGTH OF WIND. BRISBANE, Tuesday. BIG RAINFALLS. CENTRAL QUEENSLAND BENEFITS. BRISBANE, Tuesday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald Wednesday 15 February 1928, page 20 The Headlines 16/2/1928 ANXIETY IN GRAFTON. RIVER RISES RAPIDLY. GRAFTON, Wednesday. THE CYCLONE. IN THE NORTH. Rivers in Flood. STREETS 8FT UNDER WATER. BELLINGER RIVER. FLOODS AND LANDSLIPS. BELLINGEN, Wednesday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 16 February 1928, page 16 Headlines 17/2/1928 FLOODS IN NORTH AND SOUTH. Riverina Inundated. RAILWAY TRAFFIC SUSPENDED. Town of Ganmain Flooded. SWEPT UNDER BRIDGE. BRIDGE COLLAPSES UNDER TRAIN. TRAFFIC SUSPENDED. POSITION AT JUNEE PHENOMENAL RAIN. NARRANDERA, Thursday.…

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PHENOMENAL RAIN. NARRANDERA, Thursday.

17 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 11

…POSITION AT JUNEE PHENOMENAL RAIN. NARRANDERA, Thursday. WATER OVER BANKS. POSITION AT MACLEAN. MACLEAN. Thursday. CLARENCE SUBSIDES. GRAFTON, Thursday. BELLINGER RIVER. URUNGA, Thursday. MAN'S BODY FOUND. MACLEAN. Thursday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Friday 17 February 1928, page 15 Headlines 18/2/1928 JUNEE FLOODED. A NIGHT OF PERIL. THRILLING RESCUES. JUNEE, Friday. FLOODS IN THE SOUTH AND NORTH. Great Tracts Inundated. EXTENSIVE RAILWAY WASHAWAYS. LINE 4ft UNDER WATER. Position Still Grave in Clarence Basin. RICHMOND RIVER FLOODED. CASINO, Friday. MANY RESCUES. COOLAMON DISTRICT. COOLAMON, Friday. ONE HUGE LAKE. BREADALBANE PLAINS. GOULBURN, Friday. MANY WASHAWAYS. COMMISSIONERS' REPORT. FLOODED AREAS IN THE SOUTH. TRAIN SERVICES. TENTATIVE ARRANGEMENTS. ON THE…

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WATER OVER BANKS. POSITION AT MACLEAN. MACLEAN. Thursday.

17 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 11

…Wrecked. AMAZING STRENGTH OF WIND. BRISBANE, Tuesday. BIG RAINFALLS. CENTRAL QUEENSLAND BENEFITS. BRISBANE, Tuesday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald Wednesday 15 February 1928, page 20 The Headlines 16/2/1928 ANXIETY IN GRAFTON. RIVER RISES RAPIDLY. GRAFTON, Wednesday. THE CYCLONE. IN THE NORTH. Rivers in Flood. STREETS 8FT UNDER WATER. BELLINGER RIVER. FLOODS AND LANDSLIPS. BELLINGEN, Wednesday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 16 February 1928, page 16 Headlines 17/2/1928 FLOODS IN NORTH AND SOUTH. Riverina Inundated. RAILWAY TRAFFIC SUSPENDED. Town of Ganmain Flooded. SWEPT UNDER BRIDGE. BRIDGE COLLAPSES UNDER TRAIN. TRAFFIC SUSPENDED. POSITION AT JUNEE PHENOMENAL RAIN. NARRANDERA, Thursday. WATER OVER BANKS. POSITION AT MACLEAN. MACLEAN. Thursday. CLARENCE SUBSIDES. GRAFTON, Thursday. BELLINGER RIVER. URUNGA, Thursday. MAN'S BODY FOUND. MACLEAN. Thursday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Friday 17 February 1928, page 15 Headlines 18/2/1928 JUNEE FLOODED. A NIGHT OF PERIL. THRILLING RESCUES. JUNEE, Friday. FLOODS IN THE SOUTH AND NORTH. Great Tracts Inundated. EXTENSIVE RAILWAY WASHAWAYS. LINE 4ft UNDER WATER. Position Still Grave in Clarence Basin. RICHMOND RIVER FLOODED. CASINO, Friday. MANY RESCUES. COOLAMON DISTRICT. COOLAMON, Friday. ONE HUGE LAKE. BREADALBANE PLAINS. GOULBURN, Friday. MANY WASHAWAYS. COMMISSIONERS' REPORT. FLOODED AREAS IN THE SOUTH. TRAIN SERVICES. TENTATIVE ARRANGEMENTS. ON THE CLARENCE. ANXIETY STILL FELT. GRAFTON, Friday. DAMAGE AT…

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CLARENCE SUBSIDES. GRAFTON, Thursday.

17 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 11

…RAINFALLS. CENTRAL QUEENSLAND BENEFITS. BRISBANE, Tuesday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald Wednesday 15 February 1928, page 20 The Headlines 16/2/1928 ANXIETY IN GRAFTON. RIVER RISES RAPIDLY. GRAFTON, Wednesday. THE CYCLONE. IN THE NORTH. Rivers in Flood. STREETS 8FT UNDER WATER. BELLINGER RIVER. FLOODS AND LANDSLIPS. BELLINGEN, Wednesday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 16 February 1928, page 16 Headlines 17/2/1928 FLOODS IN NORTH AND SOUTH. Riverina Inundated. RAILWAY TRAFFIC SUSPENDED. Town of Ganmain Flooded. SWEPT UNDER BRIDGE. BRIDGE COLLAPSES UNDER TRAIN. TRAFFIC SUSPENDED. POSITION AT JUNEE PHENOMENAL RAIN. NARRANDERA, Thursday. WATER OVER BANKS. POSITION AT MACLEAN. MACLEAN. Thursday. CLARENCE SUBSIDES. GRAFTON, Thursday. BELLINGER RIVER. URUNGA, Thursday. MAN'S BODY FOUND. MACLEAN. Thursday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Friday 17 February 1928, page 15 Headlines 18/2/1928 JUNEE FLOODED. A NIGHT OF PERIL. THRILLING RESCUES. JUNEE, Friday. FLOODS IN THE SOUTH AND NORTH. Great Tracts Inundated. EXTENSIVE RAILWAY WASHAWAYS. LINE 4ft UNDER WATER. Position Still Grave in Clarence Basin. RICHMOND RIVER FLOODED. CASINO, Friday. MANY RESCUES. COOLAMON DISTRICT. COOLAMON, Friday. ONE HUGE LAKE. BREADALBANE PLAINS. GOULBURN, Friday. MANY WASHAWAYS. COMMISSIONERS' REPORT. FLOODED AREAS IN THE SOUTH. TRAIN SERVICES. TENTATIVE ARRANGEMENTS. ON THE CLARENCE. ANXIETY STILL FELT. GRAFTON, Friday. DAMAGE AT DORRIGO. DORRIGO, Friday. RAIN…

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BELLINGER RIVER. URUNGA, Thursday.

17 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 11

…BRISBANE, Tuesday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald Wednesday 15 February 1928, page 20 The Headlines 16/2/1928 ANXIETY IN GRAFTON. RIVER RISES RAPIDLY. GRAFTON, Wednesday. THE CYCLONE. IN THE NORTH. Rivers in Flood. STREETS 8FT UNDER WATER. BELLINGER RIVER. FLOODS AND LANDSLIPS. BELLINGEN, Wednesday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 16 February 1928, page 16 Headlines 17/2/1928 FLOODS IN NORTH AND SOUTH. Riverina Inundated. RAILWAY TRAFFIC SUSPENDED. Town of Ganmain Flooded. SWEPT UNDER BRIDGE. BRIDGE COLLAPSES UNDER TRAIN. TRAFFIC SUSPENDED. POSITION AT JUNEE PHENOMENAL RAIN. NARRANDERA, Thursday. WATER OVER BANKS. POSITION AT MACLEAN. MACLEAN. Thursday. CLARENCE SUBSIDES. GRAFTON, Thursday. BELLINGER RIVER. URUNGA, Thursday. MAN'S BODY FOUND. MACLEAN. Thursday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Friday 17 February 1928, page 15 Headlines 18/2/1928 JUNEE FLOODED. A NIGHT OF PERIL. THRILLING RESCUES. JUNEE, Friday. FLOODS IN THE SOUTH AND NORTH. Great Tracts Inundated. EXTENSIVE RAILWAY WASHAWAYS. LINE 4ft UNDER WATER. Position Still Grave in Clarence Basin. RICHMOND RIVER FLOODED. CASINO, Friday. MANY RESCUES. COOLAMON DISTRICT. COOLAMON, Friday. ONE HUGE LAKE. BREADALBANE PLAINS. GOULBURN, Friday. MANY WASHAWAYS. COMMISSIONERS' REPORT. FLOODED AREAS IN THE SOUTH. TRAIN SERVICES. TENTATIVE ARRANGEMENTS. ON THE CLARENCE. ANXIETY STILL FELT. GRAFTON, Friday. DAMAGE AT DORRIGO. DORRIGO, Friday. RAIN LIKELY. IN FLOOD AREAS.…

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MAN'S BODY FOUND. MACLEAN. Thursday.

17 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 12

…The Sydney Morning Herald Wednesday 15 February 1928, page 20 The Headlines 16/2/1928 ANXIETY IN GRAFTON. RIVER RISES RAPIDLY. GRAFTON, Wednesday. THE CYCLONE. IN THE NORTH. Rivers in Flood. STREETS 8FT UNDER WATER. BELLINGER RIVER. FLOODS AND LANDSLIPS. BELLINGEN, Wednesday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 16 February 1928, page 16 Headlines 17/2/1928 FLOODS IN NORTH AND SOUTH. Riverina Inundated. RAILWAY TRAFFIC SUSPENDED. Town of Ganmain Flooded. SWEPT UNDER BRIDGE. BRIDGE COLLAPSES UNDER TRAIN. TRAFFIC SUSPENDED. POSITION AT JUNEE PHENOMENAL RAIN. NARRANDERA, Thursday. WATER OVER BANKS. POSITION AT MACLEAN. MACLEAN. Thursday. CLARENCE SUBSIDES. GRAFTON, Thursday. BELLINGER RIVER. URUNGA, Thursday. MAN'S BODY FOUND. MACLEAN. Thursday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Friday 17 February 1928, page 15 Headlines 18/2/1928 JUNEE FLOODED. A NIGHT OF PERIL. THRILLING RESCUES. JUNEE, Friday. FLOODS IN THE SOUTH AND NORTH. Great Tracts Inundated. EXTENSIVE RAILWAY WASHAWAYS. LINE 4ft UNDER WATER. Position Still Grave in Clarence Basin. RICHMOND RIVER FLOODED. CASINO, Friday. MANY RESCUES. COOLAMON DISTRICT. COOLAMON, Friday. ONE HUGE LAKE. BREADALBANE PLAINS. GOULBURN, Friday. MANY WASHAWAYS. COMMISSIONERS' REPORT. FLOODED AREAS IN THE SOUTH. TRAIN SERVICES. TENTATIVE ARRANGEMENTS. ON THE CLARENCE. ANXIETY STILL FELT. GRAFTON, Friday. DAMAGE AT DORRIGO. DORRIGO, Friday. RAIN LIKELY. IN FLOOD AREAS. CAR WASHED AWAY. MITTAGONG, Friday.…

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AUSTRALIAN WEATHER. THE "HERALD' MAP.

17 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 15

…Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Friday 17 February 1928, page 15 Headlines 18/2/1928 JUNEE FLOODED. A NIGHT OF PERIL. THRILLING RESCUES. JUNEE, Friday. FLOODS IN THE SOUTH AND NORTH. Great Tracts Inundated. EXTENSIVE RAILWAY WASHAWAYS. LINE 4ft UNDER WATER. Position Still Grave in Clarence Basin. RICHMOND RIVER FLOODED. CASINO, Friday. MANY RESCUES. COOLAMON DISTRICT. COOLAMON, Friday. ONE HUGE LAKE. BREADALBANE PLAINS. GOULBURN, Friday. MANY WASHAWAYS. COMMISSIONERS' REPORT. FLOODED AREAS IN THE SOUTH. TRAIN SERVICES. TENTATIVE ARRANGEMENTS. ON THE CLARENCE. ANXIETY STILL FELT. GRAFTON, Friday. DAMAGE AT DORRIGO. DORRIGO, Friday. RAIN LIKELY. IN FLOOD AREAS. CAR WASHED AWAY. MITTAGONG, Friday. RESIDENTS HOMELESS. SEVERE QUEENSLAND FLOODS. BRISBANE, Friday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning…

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JUNEE FLOODED. A NIGHT OF PERIL. THRILLING RESCUES. JUNEE, Friday.

18 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 17

…GRAFTON, Wednesday. THE CYCLONE. IN THE NORTH. Rivers in Flood. STREETS 8FT UNDER WATER. BELLINGER RIVER. FLOODS AND LANDSLIPS. BELLINGEN, Wednesday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 16 February 1928, page 16 Headlines 17/2/1928 FLOODS IN NORTH AND SOUTH. Riverina Inundated. RAILWAY TRAFFIC SUSPENDED. Town of Ganmain Flooded. SWEPT UNDER BRIDGE. BRIDGE COLLAPSES UNDER TRAIN. TRAFFIC SUSPENDED. POSITION AT JUNEE PHENOMENAL RAIN. NARRANDERA, Thursday. WATER OVER BANKS. POSITION AT MACLEAN. MACLEAN. Thursday. CLARENCE SUBSIDES. GRAFTON, Thursday. BELLINGER RIVER. URUNGA, Thursday. MAN'S BODY FOUND. MACLEAN. Thursday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Friday 17 February 1928, page 15 Headlines 18/2/1928 JUNEE FLOODED. A NIGHT OF PERIL. THRILLING RESCUES. JUNEE, Friday. FLOODS IN THE SOUTH AND NORTH. Great Tracts Inundated. EXTENSIVE RAILWAY WASHAWAYS. LINE 4ft UNDER WATER. Position Still Grave in Clarence Basin. RICHMOND RIVER FLOODED. CASINO, Friday. MANY RESCUES. COOLAMON DISTRICT. COOLAMON, Friday. ONE HUGE LAKE. BREADALBANE PLAINS. GOULBURN, Friday. MANY WASHAWAYS. COMMISSIONERS' REPORT. FLOODED AREAS IN THE SOUTH. TRAIN SERVICES. TENTATIVE ARRANGEMENTS. ON THE CLARENCE. ANXIETY STILL FELT. GRAFTON, Friday. DAMAGE AT DORRIGO. DORRIGO, Friday. RAIN LIKELY. IN FLOOD AREAS. CAR WASHED AWAY. MITTAGONG, Friday. RESIDENTS HOMELESS. SEVERE QUEENSLAND FLOODS. BRISBANE, Friday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Saturday 18 February 1928, page 22 Headlines Monday 20/2/1928 FLOODS AND…

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FLOODS IN THE SOUTH AND NORTH. Great Tracts Inundated. EXTENSIVE RAILWAY WASHAWAYS. LINE 4ft UNDER WATER. Position Still Grave in Clarence Basin.

18 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 17

…STREETS 8FT UNDER WATER. BELLINGER RIVER. FLOODS AND LANDSLIPS. BELLINGEN, Wednesday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 16 February 1928, page 16 Headlines 17/2/1928 FLOODS IN NORTH AND SOUTH. Riverina Inundated. RAILWAY TRAFFIC SUSPENDED. Town of Ganmain Flooded. SWEPT UNDER BRIDGE. BRIDGE COLLAPSES UNDER TRAIN. TRAFFIC SUSPENDED. POSITION AT JUNEE PHENOMENAL RAIN. NARRANDERA, Thursday. WATER OVER BANKS. POSITION AT MACLEAN. MACLEAN. Thursday. CLARENCE SUBSIDES. GRAFTON, Thursday. BELLINGER RIVER. URUNGA, Thursday. MAN'S BODY FOUND. MACLEAN. Thursday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Friday 17 February 1928, page 15 Headlines 18/2/1928 JUNEE FLOODED. A NIGHT OF PERIL. THRILLING RESCUES. JUNEE, Friday. FLOODS IN THE SOUTH AND NORTH. Great Tracts Inundated. EXTENSIVE RAILWAY WASHAWAYS. LINE 4ft UNDER WATER. Position Still Grave in Clarence Basin. RICHMOND RIVER FLOODED. CASINO, Friday. MANY RESCUES. COOLAMON DISTRICT. COOLAMON, Friday. ONE HUGE LAKE. BREADALBANE PLAINS. GOULBURN, Friday. MANY WASHAWAYS. COMMISSIONERS' REPORT. FLOODED AREAS IN THE SOUTH. TRAIN SERVICES. TENTATIVE ARRANGEMENTS. ON THE CLARENCE. ANXIETY STILL FELT. GRAFTON, Friday. DAMAGE AT DORRIGO. DORRIGO, Friday. RAIN LIKELY. IN FLOOD AREAS. CAR WASHED AWAY. MITTAGONG, Friday. RESIDENTS HOMELESS. SEVERE QUEENSLAND FLOODS. BRISBANE, Friday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Saturday 18 February 1928, page 22 Headlines Monday 20/2/1928 FLOODS AND STORMS Over Great Areas. PARTS OF RAILWAY SWEPT AWAY. ADDITIONAL FATALITIES. Trains Trapped Between Washaways. PERIL STILL IN NORTH AND SOUTH. DESTRUCTION…

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RICHMOND RIVER FLOODED. CASINO, Friday.

18 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 18

…16 Headlines 17/2/1928 FLOODS IN NORTH AND SOUTH. Riverina Inundated. RAILWAY TRAFFIC SUSPENDED. Town of Ganmain Flooded. SWEPT UNDER BRIDGE. BRIDGE COLLAPSES UNDER TRAIN. TRAFFIC SUSPENDED. POSITION AT JUNEE PHENOMENAL RAIN. NARRANDERA, Thursday. WATER OVER BANKS. POSITION AT MACLEAN. MACLEAN. Thursday. CLARENCE SUBSIDES. GRAFTON, Thursday. BELLINGER RIVER. URUNGA, Thursday. MAN'S BODY FOUND. MACLEAN. Thursday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Friday 17 February 1928, page 15 Headlines 18/2/1928 JUNEE FLOODED. A NIGHT OF PERIL. THRILLING RESCUES. JUNEE, Friday. FLOODS IN THE SOUTH AND NORTH. Great Tracts Inundated. EXTENSIVE RAILWAY WASHAWAYS. LINE 4ft UNDER WATER. Position Still Grave in Clarence Basin. RICHMOND RIVER FLOODED. CASINO, Friday. MANY RESCUES. COOLAMON DISTRICT. COOLAMON, Friday. ONE HUGE LAKE. BREADALBANE PLAINS. GOULBURN, Friday. MANY WASHAWAYS. COMMISSIONERS' REPORT. FLOODED AREAS IN THE SOUTH. TRAIN SERVICES. TENTATIVE ARRANGEMENTS. ON THE CLARENCE. ANXIETY STILL FELT. GRAFTON, Friday. DAMAGE AT DORRIGO. DORRIGO, Friday. RAIN LIKELY. IN FLOOD AREAS. CAR WASHED AWAY. MITTAGONG, Friday. RESIDENTS HOMELESS. SEVERE QUEENSLAND FLOODS. BRISBANE, Friday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Saturday 18 February 1928, page 22 Headlines Monday 20/2/1928 FLOODS AND STORMS Over Great Areas. PARTS OF RAILWAY SWEPT AWAY. ADDITIONAL FATALITIES. Trains Trapped Between Washaways. PERIL STILL IN NORTH AND SOUTH. DESTRUCTION AT CROOKWELL. CROOKWELL, Saturday. MURRAY…

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MANY RESCUES. COOLAMON DISTRICT. COOLAMON, Friday.

18 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 17

…NORTH AND SOUTH. Riverina Inundated. RAILWAY TRAFFIC SUSPENDED. Town of Ganmain Flooded. SWEPT UNDER BRIDGE. BRIDGE COLLAPSES UNDER TRAIN. TRAFFIC SUSPENDED. POSITION AT JUNEE PHENOMENAL RAIN. NARRANDERA, Thursday. WATER OVER BANKS. POSITION AT MACLEAN. MACLEAN. Thursday. CLARENCE SUBSIDES. GRAFTON, Thursday. BELLINGER RIVER. URUNGA, Thursday. MAN'S BODY FOUND. MACLEAN. Thursday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Friday 17 February 1928, page 15 Headlines 18/2/1928 JUNEE FLOODED. A NIGHT OF PERIL. THRILLING RESCUES. JUNEE, Friday. FLOODS IN THE SOUTH AND NORTH. Great Tracts Inundated. EXTENSIVE RAILWAY WASHAWAYS. LINE 4ft UNDER WATER. Position Still Grave in Clarence Basin. RICHMOND RIVER FLOODED. CASINO, Friday. MANY RESCUES. COOLAMON DISTRICT. COOLAMON, Friday. ONE HUGE LAKE. BREADALBANE PLAINS. GOULBURN, Friday. MANY WASHAWAYS. COMMISSIONERS' REPORT. FLOODED AREAS IN THE SOUTH. TRAIN SERVICES. TENTATIVE ARRANGEMENTS. ON THE CLARENCE. ANXIETY STILL FELT. GRAFTON, Friday. DAMAGE AT DORRIGO. DORRIGO, Friday. RAIN LIKELY. IN FLOOD AREAS. CAR WASHED AWAY. MITTAGONG, Friday. RESIDENTS HOMELESS. SEVERE QUEENSLAND FLOODS. BRISBANE, Friday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Saturday 18 February 1928, page 22 Headlines Monday 20/2/1928 FLOODS AND STORMS Over Great Areas. PARTS OF RAILWAY SWEPT AWAY. ADDITIONAL FATALITIES. Trains Trapped Between Washaways. PERIL STILL IN NORTH AND SOUTH. DESTRUCTION AT CROOKWELL. CROOKWELL, Saturday. MURRAY VALLEY. DANGER EXTENDING. RAILWAYS BLOCKED. ALBURY,…

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ONE HUGE LAKE. BREADALBANE PLAINS. GOULBURN, Friday.

18 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 17

…TRAFFIC SUSPENDED. Town of Ganmain Flooded. SWEPT UNDER BRIDGE. BRIDGE COLLAPSES UNDER TRAIN. TRAFFIC SUSPENDED. POSITION AT JUNEE PHENOMENAL RAIN. NARRANDERA, Thursday. WATER OVER BANKS. POSITION AT MACLEAN. MACLEAN. Thursday. CLARENCE SUBSIDES. GRAFTON, Thursday. BELLINGER RIVER. URUNGA, Thursday. MAN'S BODY FOUND. MACLEAN. Thursday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Friday 17 February 1928, page 15 Headlines 18/2/1928 JUNEE FLOODED. A NIGHT OF PERIL. THRILLING RESCUES. JUNEE, Friday. FLOODS IN THE SOUTH AND NORTH. Great Tracts Inundated. EXTENSIVE RAILWAY WASHAWAYS. LINE 4ft UNDER WATER. Position Still Grave in Clarence Basin. RICHMOND RIVER FLOODED. CASINO, Friday. MANY RESCUES. COOLAMON DISTRICT. COOLAMON, Friday. ONE HUGE LAKE. BREADALBANE PLAINS. GOULBURN, Friday. MANY WASHAWAYS. COMMISSIONERS' REPORT. FLOODED AREAS IN THE SOUTH. TRAIN SERVICES. TENTATIVE ARRANGEMENTS. ON THE CLARENCE. ANXIETY STILL FELT. GRAFTON, Friday. DAMAGE AT DORRIGO. DORRIGO, Friday. RAIN LIKELY. IN FLOOD AREAS. CAR WASHED AWAY. MITTAGONG, Friday. RESIDENTS HOMELESS. SEVERE QUEENSLAND FLOODS. BRISBANE, Friday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Saturday 18 February 1928, page 22 Headlines Monday 20/2/1928 FLOODS AND STORMS Over Great Areas. PARTS OF RAILWAY SWEPT AWAY. ADDITIONAL FATALITIES. Trains Trapped Between Washaways. PERIL STILL IN NORTH AND SOUTH. DESTRUCTION AT CROOKWELL. CROOKWELL, Saturday. MURRAY VALLEY. DANGER EXTENDING. RAILWAYS BLOCKED. ALBURY, Sunday. TOWNSHIP OF ORANGE SUFFERS FROM THE…

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MANY WASHAWAYS. COMMISSIONERS' REPORT.

18 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 18

…UNDER BRIDGE. BRIDGE COLLAPSES UNDER TRAIN. TRAFFIC SUSPENDED. POSITION AT JUNEE PHENOMENAL RAIN. NARRANDERA, Thursday. WATER OVER BANKS. POSITION AT MACLEAN. MACLEAN. Thursday. CLARENCE SUBSIDES. GRAFTON, Thursday. BELLINGER RIVER. URUNGA, Thursday. MAN'S BODY FOUND. MACLEAN. Thursday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Friday 17 February 1928, page 15 Headlines 18/2/1928 JUNEE FLOODED. A NIGHT OF PERIL. THRILLING RESCUES. JUNEE, Friday. FLOODS IN THE SOUTH AND NORTH. Great Tracts Inundated. EXTENSIVE RAILWAY WASHAWAYS. LINE 4ft UNDER WATER. Position Still Grave in Clarence Basin. RICHMOND RIVER FLOODED. CASINO, Friday. MANY RESCUES. COOLAMON DISTRICT. COOLAMON, Friday. ONE HUGE LAKE. BREADALBANE PLAINS. GOULBURN, Friday. MANY WASHAWAYS. COMMISSIONERS' REPORT. FLOODED AREAS IN THE SOUTH. TRAIN SERVICES. TENTATIVE ARRANGEMENTS. ON THE CLARENCE. ANXIETY STILL FELT. GRAFTON, Friday. DAMAGE AT DORRIGO. DORRIGO, Friday. RAIN LIKELY. IN FLOOD AREAS. CAR WASHED AWAY. MITTAGONG, Friday. RESIDENTS HOMELESS. SEVERE QUEENSLAND FLOODS. BRISBANE, Friday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Saturday 18 February 1928, page 22 Headlines Monday 20/2/1928 FLOODS AND STORMS Over Great Areas. PARTS OF RAILWAY SWEPT AWAY. ADDITIONAL FATALITIES. Trains Trapped Between Washaways. PERIL STILL IN NORTH AND SOUTH. DESTRUCTION AT CROOKWELL. CROOKWELL, Saturday. MURRAY VALLEY. DANGER EXTENDING. RAILWAYS BLOCKED. ALBURY, Sunday. TOWNSHIP OF ORANGE SUFFERS FROM THE HEAVY RAINS. TORRENTIAL RAINS…

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FLOODED AREAS IN THE SOUTH.

18 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 18

…UNDER TRAIN. TRAFFIC SUSPENDED. POSITION AT JUNEE PHENOMENAL RAIN. NARRANDERA, Thursday. WATER OVER BANKS. POSITION AT MACLEAN. MACLEAN. Thursday. CLARENCE SUBSIDES. GRAFTON, Thursday. BELLINGER RIVER. URUNGA, Thursday. MAN'S BODY FOUND. MACLEAN. Thursday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Friday 17 February 1928, page 15 Headlines 18/2/1928 JUNEE FLOODED. A NIGHT OF PERIL. THRILLING RESCUES. JUNEE, Friday. FLOODS IN THE SOUTH AND NORTH. Great Tracts Inundated. EXTENSIVE RAILWAY WASHAWAYS. LINE 4ft UNDER WATER. Position Still Grave in Clarence Basin. RICHMOND RIVER FLOODED. CASINO, Friday. MANY RESCUES. COOLAMON DISTRICT. COOLAMON, Friday. ONE HUGE LAKE. BREADALBANE PLAINS. GOULBURN, Friday. MANY WASHAWAYS. COMMISSIONERS' REPORT. FLOODED AREAS IN THE SOUTH. TRAIN SERVICES. TENTATIVE ARRANGEMENTS. ON THE CLARENCE. ANXIETY STILL FELT. GRAFTON, Friday. DAMAGE AT DORRIGO. DORRIGO, Friday. RAIN LIKELY. IN FLOOD AREAS. CAR WASHED AWAY. MITTAGONG, Friday. RESIDENTS HOMELESS. SEVERE QUEENSLAND FLOODS. BRISBANE, Friday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Saturday 18 February 1928, page 22 Headlines Monday 20/2/1928 FLOODS AND STORMS Over Great Areas. PARTS OF RAILWAY SWEPT AWAY. ADDITIONAL FATALITIES. Trains Trapped Between Washaways. PERIL STILL IN NORTH AND SOUTH. DESTRUCTION AT CROOKWELL. CROOKWELL, Saturday. MURRAY VALLEY. DANGER EXTENDING. RAILWAYS BLOCKED. ALBURY, Sunday. TOWNSHIP OF ORANGE SUFFERS FROM THE HEAVY RAINS. TORRENTIAL RAINS CAUSE SERIOUS FLOODING IN NEW…

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TRAIN SERVICES. TENTATIVE ARRANGEMENTS.

18 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 18

…AT JUNEE PHENOMENAL RAIN. NARRANDERA, Thursday. WATER OVER BANKS. POSITION AT MACLEAN. MACLEAN. Thursday. CLARENCE SUBSIDES. GRAFTON, Thursday. BELLINGER RIVER. URUNGA, Thursday. MAN'S BODY FOUND. MACLEAN. Thursday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Friday 17 February 1928, page 15 Headlines 18/2/1928 JUNEE FLOODED. A NIGHT OF PERIL. THRILLING RESCUES. JUNEE, Friday. FLOODS IN THE SOUTH AND NORTH. Great Tracts Inundated. EXTENSIVE RAILWAY WASHAWAYS. LINE 4ft UNDER WATER. Position Still Grave in Clarence Basin. RICHMOND RIVER FLOODED. CASINO, Friday. MANY RESCUES. COOLAMON DISTRICT. COOLAMON, Friday. ONE HUGE LAKE. BREADALBANE PLAINS. GOULBURN, Friday. MANY WASHAWAYS. COMMISSIONERS' REPORT. FLOODED AREAS IN THE SOUTH. TRAIN SERVICES. TENTATIVE ARRANGEMENTS. ON THE CLARENCE. ANXIETY STILL FELT. GRAFTON, Friday. DAMAGE AT DORRIGO. DORRIGO, Friday. RAIN LIKELY. IN FLOOD AREAS. CAR WASHED AWAY. MITTAGONG, Friday. RESIDENTS HOMELESS. SEVERE QUEENSLAND FLOODS. BRISBANE, Friday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Saturday 18 February 1928, page 22 Headlines Monday 20/2/1928 FLOODS AND STORMS Over Great Areas. PARTS OF RAILWAY SWEPT AWAY. ADDITIONAL FATALITIES. Trains Trapped Between Washaways. PERIL STILL IN NORTH AND SOUTH. DESTRUCTION AT CROOKWELL. CROOKWELL, Saturday. MURRAY VALLEY. DANGER EXTENDING. RAILWAYS BLOCKED. ALBURY, Sunday. TOWNSHIP OF ORANGE SUFFERS FROM THE HEAVY RAINS. TORRENTIAL RAINS CAUSE SERIOUS FLOODING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. FLOOD DAMAGE…

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ON THE CLARENCE. ANXIETY STILL FELT. GRAFTON, Friday.

18 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 18

…NARRANDERA, Thursday. WATER OVER BANKS. POSITION AT MACLEAN. MACLEAN. Thursday. CLARENCE SUBSIDES. GRAFTON, Thursday. BELLINGER RIVER. URUNGA, Thursday. MAN'S BODY FOUND. MACLEAN. Thursday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Friday 17 February 1928, page 15 Headlines 18/2/1928 JUNEE FLOODED. A NIGHT OF PERIL. THRILLING RESCUES. JUNEE, Friday. FLOODS IN THE SOUTH AND NORTH. Great Tracts Inundated. EXTENSIVE RAILWAY WASHAWAYS. LINE 4ft UNDER WATER. Position Still Grave in Clarence Basin. RICHMOND RIVER FLOODED. CASINO, Friday. MANY RESCUES. COOLAMON DISTRICT. COOLAMON, Friday. ONE HUGE LAKE. BREADALBANE PLAINS. GOULBURN, Friday. MANY WASHAWAYS. COMMISSIONERS' REPORT. FLOODED AREAS IN THE SOUTH. TRAIN SERVICES. TENTATIVE ARRANGEMENTS. ON THE CLARENCE. ANXIETY STILL FELT. GRAFTON, Friday. DAMAGE AT DORRIGO. DORRIGO, Friday. RAIN LIKELY. IN FLOOD AREAS. CAR WASHED AWAY. MITTAGONG, Friday. RESIDENTS HOMELESS. SEVERE QUEENSLAND FLOODS. BRISBANE, Friday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Saturday 18 February 1928, page 22 Headlines Monday 20/2/1928 FLOODS AND STORMS Over Great Areas. PARTS OF RAILWAY SWEPT AWAY. ADDITIONAL FATALITIES. Trains Trapped Between Washaways. PERIL STILL IN NORTH AND SOUTH. DESTRUCTION AT CROOKWELL. CROOKWELL, Saturday. MURRAY VALLEY. DANGER EXTENDING. RAILWAYS BLOCKED. ALBURY, Sunday. TOWNSHIP OF ORANGE SUFFERS FROM THE HEAVY RAINS. TORRENTIAL RAINS CAUSE SERIOUS FLOODING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. FLOOD DAMAGE WAS NARROWLY AVERTED IN THE HAWKESBURY RIVER AREA.…

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DAMAGE AT DORRIGO. DORRIGO, Friday.

18 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 18

…MACLEAN. Thursday. CLARENCE SUBSIDES. GRAFTON, Thursday. BELLINGER RIVER. URUNGA, Thursday. MAN'S BODY FOUND. MACLEAN. Thursday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Friday 17 February 1928, page 15 Headlines 18/2/1928 JUNEE FLOODED. A NIGHT OF PERIL. THRILLING RESCUES. JUNEE, Friday. FLOODS IN THE SOUTH AND NORTH. Great Tracts Inundated. EXTENSIVE RAILWAY WASHAWAYS. LINE 4ft UNDER WATER. Position Still Grave in Clarence Basin. RICHMOND RIVER FLOODED. CASINO, Friday. MANY RESCUES. COOLAMON DISTRICT. COOLAMON, Friday. ONE HUGE LAKE. BREADALBANE PLAINS. GOULBURN, Friday. MANY WASHAWAYS. COMMISSIONERS' REPORT. FLOODED AREAS IN THE SOUTH. TRAIN SERVICES. TENTATIVE ARRANGEMENTS. ON THE CLARENCE. ANXIETY STILL FELT. GRAFTON, Friday. DAMAGE AT DORRIGO. DORRIGO, Friday. RAIN LIKELY. IN FLOOD AREAS. CAR WASHED AWAY. MITTAGONG, Friday. RESIDENTS HOMELESS. SEVERE QUEENSLAND FLOODS. BRISBANE, Friday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Saturday 18 February 1928, page 22 Headlines Monday 20/2/1928 FLOODS AND STORMS Over Great Areas. PARTS OF RAILWAY SWEPT AWAY. ADDITIONAL FATALITIES. Trains Trapped Between Washaways. PERIL STILL IN NORTH AND SOUTH. DESTRUCTION AT CROOKWELL. CROOKWELL, Saturday. MURRAY VALLEY. DANGER EXTENDING. RAILWAYS BLOCKED. ALBURY, Sunday. TOWNSHIP OF ORANGE SUFFERS FROM THE HEAVY RAINS. TORRENTIAL RAINS CAUSE SERIOUS FLOODING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. FLOOD DAMAGE WAS NARROWLY AVERTED IN THE HAWKESBURY RIVER AREA. SUGARLOAF DAM BURSTS. BROKEN HILL.…

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RAIN LIKELY. IN FLOOD AREAS.

18 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 18

…Thursday. BELLINGER RIVER. URUNGA, Thursday. MAN'S BODY FOUND. MACLEAN. Thursday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Friday 17 February 1928, page 15 Headlines 18/2/1928 JUNEE FLOODED. A NIGHT OF PERIL. THRILLING RESCUES. JUNEE, Friday. FLOODS IN THE SOUTH AND NORTH. Great Tracts Inundated. EXTENSIVE RAILWAY WASHAWAYS. LINE 4ft UNDER WATER. Position Still Grave in Clarence Basin. RICHMOND RIVER FLOODED. CASINO, Friday. MANY RESCUES. COOLAMON DISTRICT. COOLAMON, Friday. ONE HUGE LAKE. BREADALBANE PLAINS. GOULBURN, Friday. MANY WASHAWAYS. COMMISSIONERS' REPORT. FLOODED AREAS IN THE SOUTH. TRAIN SERVICES. TENTATIVE ARRANGEMENTS. ON THE CLARENCE. ANXIETY STILL FELT. GRAFTON, Friday. DAMAGE AT DORRIGO. DORRIGO, Friday. RAIN LIKELY. IN FLOOD AREAS. CAR WASHED AWAY. MITTAGONG, Friday. RESIDENTS HOMELESS. SEVERE QUEENSLAND FLOODS. BRISBANE, Friday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Saturday 18 February 1928, page 22 Headlines Monday 20/2/1928 FLOODS AND STORMS Over Great Areas. PARTS OF RAILWAY SWEPT AWAY. ADDITIONAL FATALITIES. Trains Trapped Between Washaways. PERIL STILL IN NORTH AND SOUTH. DESTRUCTION AT CROOKWELL. CROOKWELL, Saturday. MURRAY VALLEY. DANGER EXTENDING. RAILWAYS BLOCKED. ALBURY, Sunday. TOWNSHIP OF ORANGE SUFFERS FROM THE HEAVY RAINS. TORRENTIAL RAINS CAUSE SERIOUS FLOODING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. FLOOD DAMAGE WAS NARROWLY AVERTED IN THE HAWKESBURY RIVER AREA. SUGARLOAF DAM BURSTS. BROKEN HILL. WASHAWAYS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. BROKEN…

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CAR WASHED AWAY. MITTAGONG, Friday.

18 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 18

…MAN'S BODY FOUND. MACLEAN. Thursday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Friday 17 February 1928, page 15 Headlines 18/2/1928 JUNEE FLOODED. A NIGHT OF PERIL. THRILLING RESCUES. JUNEE, Friday. FLOODS IN THE SOUTH AND NORTH. Great Tracts Inundated. EXTENSIVE RAILWAY WASHAWAYS. LINE 4ft UNDER WATER. Position Still Grave in Clarence Basin. RICHMOND RIVER FLOODED. CASINO, Friday. MANY RESCUES. COOLAMON DISTRICT. COOLAMON, Friday. ONE HUGE LAKE. BREADALBANE PLAINS. GOULBURN, Friday. MANY WASHAWAYS. COMMISSIONERS' REPORT. FLOODED AREAS IN THE SOUTH. TRAIN SERVICES. TENTATIVE ARRANGEMENTS. ON THE CLARENCE. ANXIETY STILL FELT. GRAFTON, Friday. DAMAGE AT DORRIGO. DORRIGO, Friday. RAIN LIKELY. IN FLOOD AREAS. CAR WASHED AWAY. MITTAGONG, Friday. RESIDENTS HOMELESS. SEVERE QUEENSLAND FLOODS. BRISBANE, Friday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Saturday 18 February 1928, page 22 Headlines Monday 20/2/1928 FLOODS AND STORMS Over Great Areas. PARTS OF RAILWAY SWEPT AWAY. ADDITIONAL FATALITIES. Trains Trapped Between Washaways. PERIL STILL IN NORTH AND SOUTH. DESTRUCTION AT CROOKWELL. CROOKWELL, Saturday. MURRAY VALLEY. DANGER EXTENDING. RAILWAYS BLOCKED. ALBURY, Sunday. TOWNSHIP OF ORANGE SUFFERS FROM THE HEAVY RAINS. TORRENTIAL RAINS CAUSE SERIOUS FLOODING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. FLOOD DAMAGE WAS NARROWLY AVERTED IN THE HAWKESBURY RIVER AREA. SUGARLOAF DAM BURSTS. BROKEN HILL. WASHAWAYS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. BROKEN HILL, Saturday. IN QUEENSLAND. WIDESPREAD…

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RESIDENTS HOMELESS. SEVERE QUEENSLAND FLOODS. BRISBANE, Friday.

18 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 18

…Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Friday 17 February 1928, page 15 Headlines 18/2/1928 JUNEE FLOODED. A NIGHT OF PERIL. THRILLING RESCUES. JUNEE, Friday. FLOODS IN THE SOUTH AND NORTH. Great Tracts Inundated. EXTENSIVE RAILWAY WASHAWAYS. LINE 4ft UNDER WATER. Position Still Grave in Clarence Basin. RICHMOND RIVER FLOODED. CASINO, Friday. MANY RESCUES. COOLAMON DISTRICT. COOLAMON, Friday. ONE HUGE LAKE. BREADALBANE PLAINS. GOULBURN, Friday. MANY WASHAWAYS. COMMISSIONERS' REPORT. FLOODED AREAS IN THE SOUTH. TRAIN SERVICES. TENTATIVE ARRANGEMENTS. ON THE CLARENCE. ANXIETY STILL FELT. GRAFTON, Friday. DAMAGE AT DORRIGO. DORRIGO, Friday. RAIN LIKELY. IN FLOOD AREAS. CAR WASHED AWAY. MITTAGONG, Friday. RESIDENTS HOMELESS. SEVERE QUEENSLAND FLOODS. BRISBANE, Friday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Saturday 18 February 1928, page 22 Headlines Monday 20/2/1928 FLOODS AND STORMS Over Great Areas. PARTS OF RAILWAY SWEPT AWAY. ADDITIONAL FATALITIES. Trains Trapped Between Washaways. PERIL STILL IN NORTH AND SOUTH. DESTRUCTION AT CROOKWELL. CROOKWELL, Saturday. MURRAY VALLEY. DANGER EXTENDING. RAILWAYS BLOCKED. ALBURY, Sunday. TOWNSHIP OF ORANGE SUFFERS FROM THE HEAVY RAINS. TORRENTIAL RAINS CAUSE SERIOUS FLOODING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. FLOOD DAMAGE WAS NARROWLY AVERTED IN THE HAWKESBURY RIVER AREA. SUGARLOAF DAM BURSTS. BROKEN HILL. WASHAWAYS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. BROKEN HILL, Saturday. IN QUEENSLAND. WIDESPREAD RAINS. BRISBANE, Sunday. RICHMOND RIVER IN FLOOD.…

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AUSTRALIAN WEATHER. THE "HERALD" MAP.

18 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 22

…Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Saturday 18 February 1928, page 22 Headlines Monday 20/2/1928 FLOODS AND STORMS Over Great Areas. PARTS OF RAILWAY SWEPT AWAY. ADDITIONAL FATALITIES. Trains Trapped Between Washaways. PERIL STILL IN NORTH AND SOUTH. DESTRUCTION AT CROOKWELL. CROOKWELL, Saturday. MURRAY VALLEY. DANGER EXTENDING. RAILWAYS BLOCKED. ALBURY, Sunday. TOWNSHIP OF ORANGE SUFFERS FROM THE HEAVY RAINS. TORRENTIAL RAINS CAUSE SERIOUS FLOODING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. FLOOD DAMAGE WAS NARROWLY AVERTED IN THE HAWKESBURY RIVER AREA. SUGARLOAF DAM BURSTS. BROKEN HILL. WASHAWAYS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. BROKEN HILL, Saturday. IN QUEENSLAND. WIDESPREAD RAINS. BRISBANE, Sunday. RICHMOND RIVER IN FLOOD. KYOGLE IN DANGER. KYOGLE, Saturday. SCENE OF DESOLATION. HOUSES FLOODED. ARMIDALE, Sunday.…

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FLOODS AND STORMS Over Great Areas. PARTS OF RAILWAY SWEPT AWAY. ADDITIONAL FATALITIES. Trains Trapped Between Washaways. PERIL STILL IN NORTH AND SOUTH.

20 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 11

…JUNEE, Friday. FLOODS IN THE SOUTH AND NORTH. Great Tracts Inundated. EXTENSIVE RAILWAY WASHAWAYS. LINE 4ft UNDER WATER. Position Still Grave in Clarence Basin. RICHMOND RIVER FLOODED. CASINO, Friday. MANY RESCUES. COOLAMON DISTRICT. COOLAMON, Friday. ONE HUGE LAKE. BREADALBANE PLAINS. GOULBURN, Friday. MANY WASHAWAYS. COMMISSIONERS' REPORT. FLOODED AREAS IN THE SOUTH. TRAIN SERVICES. TENTATIVE ARRANGEMENTS. ON THE CLARENCE. ANXIETY STILL FELT. GRAFTON, Friday. DAMAGE AT DORRIGO. DORRIGO, Friday. RAIN LIKELY. IN FLOOD AREAS. CAR WASHED AWAY. MITTAGONG, Friday. RESIDENTS HOMELESS. SEVERE QUEENSLAND FLOODS. BRISBANE, Friday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Saturday 18 February 1928, page 22 Headlines Monday 20/2/1928 FLOODS AND STORMS Over Great Areas. PARTS OF RAILWAY SWEPT AWAY. ADDITIONAL FATALITIES. Trains Trapped Between Washaways. PERIL STILL IN NORTH AND SOUTH. DESTRUCTION AT CROOKWELL. CROOKWELL, Saturday. MURRAY VALLEY. DANGER EXTENDING. RAILWAYS BLOCKED. ALBURY, Sunday. TOWNSHIP OF ORANGE SUFFERS FROM THE HEAVY RAINS. TORRENTIAL RAINS CAUSE SERIOUS FLOODING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. FLOOD DAMAGE WAS NARROWLY AVERTED IN THE HAWKESBURY RIVER AREA. SUGARLOAF DAM BURSTS. BROKEN HILL. WASHAWAYS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. BROKEN HILL, Saturday. IN QUEENSLAND. WIDESPREAD RAINS. BRISBANE, Sunday. RICHMOND RIVER IN FLOOD. KYOGLE IN DANGER. KYOGLE, Saturday. SCENE OF DESOLATION. HOUSES FLOODED. ARMIDALE, Sunday. MACINTYRE FLOODED. GOONDIWINDI, Saturday. MACLEAY RIVER. NORTH COAST ROAD. FLOODED BELOW KEMPSEY. KEMPSEY, Saturday. VICTORIA. Rivers Still Rising. MELBOURNE, Sunday. EXPRESS CHEERED. ARRIVAL AT MELBOURNE. MELBOURNE,…

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DESTRUCTION AT CROOKWELL. CROOKWELL, Saturday.

20 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 12

…Basin. RICHMOND RIVER FLOODED. CASINO, Friday. MANY RESCUES. COOLAMON DISTRICT. COOLAMON, Friday. ONE HUGE LAKE. BREADALBANE PLAINS. GOULBURN, Friday. MANY WASHAWAYS. COMMISSIONERS' REPORT. FLOODED AREAS IN THE SOUTH. TRAIN SERVICES. TENTATIVE ARRANGEMENTS. ON THE CLARENCE. ANXIETY STILL FELT. GRAFTON, Friday. DAMAGE AT DORRIGO. DORRIGO, Friday. RAIN LIKELY. IN FLOOD AREAS. CAR WASHED AWAY. MITTAGONG, Friday. RESIDENTS HOMELESS. SEVERE QUEENSLAND FLOODS. BRISBANE, Friday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Saturday 18 February 1928, page 22 Headlines Monday 20/2/1928 FLOODS AND STORMS Over Great Areas. PARTS OF RAILWAY SWEPT AWAY. ADDITIONAL FATALITIES. Trains Trapped Between Washaways. PERIL STILL IN NORTH AND SOUTH. DESTRUCTION AT CROOKWELL. CROOKWELL, Saturday. MURRAY VALLEY. DANGER EXTENDING. RAILWAYS BLOCKED. ALBURY, Sunday. TOWNSHIP OF ORANGE SUFFERS FROM THE HEAVY RAINS. TORRENTIAL RAINS CAUSE SERIOUS FLOODING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. FLOOD DAMAGE WAS NARROWLY AVERTED IN THE HAWKESBURY RIVER AREA. SUGARLOAF DAM BURSTS. BROKEN HILL. WASHAWAYS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. BROKEN HILL, Saturday. IN QUEENSLAND. WIDESPREAD RAINS. BRISBANE, Sunday. RICHMOND RIVER IN FLOOD. KYOGLE IN DANGER. KYOGLE, Saturday. SCENE OF DESOLATION. HOUSES FLOODED. ARMIDALE, Sunday. MACINTYRE FLOODED. GOONDIWINDI, Saturday. MACLEAY RIVER. NORTH COAST ROAD. FLOODED BELOW KEMPSEY. KEMPSEY, Saturday. VICTORIA. Rivers Still Rising. MELBOURNE, Sunday. EXPRESS CHEERED. ARRIVAL AT MELBOURNE. MELBOURNE, Sunday. DAMAGE AT EUGOWRA. SHOPS…

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MURRAY VALLEY. DANGER EXTENDING. RAILWAYS BLOCKED. ALBURY, Sunday.

20 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 11

…Friday. MANY RESCUES. COOLAMON DISTRICT. COOLAMON, Friday. ONE HUGE LAKE. BREADALBANE PLAINS. GOULBURN, Friday. MANY WASHAWAYS. COMMISSIONERS' REPORT. FLOODED AREAS IN THE SOUTH. TRAIN SERVICES. TENTATIVE ARRANGEMENTS. ON THE CLARENCE. ANXIETY STILL FELT. GRAFTON, Friday. DAMAGE AT DORRIGO. DORRIGO, Friday. RAIN LIKELY. IN FLOOD AREAS. CAR WASHED AWAY. MITTAGONG, Friday. RESIDENTS HOMELESS. SEVERE QUEENSLAND FLOODS. BRISBANE, Friday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Saturday 18 February 1928, page 22 Headlines Monday 20/2/1928 FLOODS AND STORMS Over Great Areas. PARTS OF RAILWAY SWEPT AWAY. ADDITIONAL FATALITIES. Trains Trapped Between Washaways. PERIL STILL IN NORTH AND SOUTH. DESTRUCTION AT CROOKWELL. CROOKWELL, Saturday. MURRAY VALLEY. DANGER EXTENDING. RAILWAYS BLOCKED. ALBURY, Sunday. TOWNSHIP OF ORANGE SUFFERS FROM THE HEAVY RAINS. TORRENTIAL RAINS CAUSE SERIOUS FLOODING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. FLOOD DAMAGE WAS NARROWLY AVERTED IN THE HAWKESBURY RIVER AREA. SUGARLOAF DAM BURSTS. BROKEN HILL. WASHAWAYS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. BROKEN HILL, Saturday. IN QUEENSLAND. WIDESPREAD RAINS. BRISBANE, Sunday. RICHMOND RIVER IN FLOOD. KYOGLE IN DANGER. KYOGLE, Saturday. SCENE OF DESOLATION. HOUSES FLOODED. ARMIDALE, Sunday. MACINTYRE FLOODED. GOONDIWINDI, Saturday. MACLEAY RIVER. NORTH COAST ROAD. FLOODED BELOW KEMPSEY. KEMPSEY, Saturday. VICTORIA. Rivers Still Rising. MELBOURNE, Sunday. EXPRESS CHEERED. ARRIVAL AT MELBOURNE. MELBOURNE, Sunday. DAMAGE AT EUGOWRA. SHOPS UNDER WATER. EUGOWRA, Sunday. TORRENTS OF RAIN. GRAFTON'S…

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TOWNSHIP OF ORANGE SUFFERS FROM THE HEAVY RAINS.

20 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 14

…HUGE LAKE. BREADALBANE PLAINS. GOULBURN, Friday. MANY WASHAWAYS. COMMISSIONERS' REPORT. FLOODED AREAS IN THE SOUTH. TRAIN SERVICES. TENTATIVE ARRANGEMENTS. ON THE CLARENCE. ANXIETY STILL FELT. GRAFTON, Friday. DAMAGE AT DORRIGO. DORRIGO, Friday. RAIN LIKELY. IN FLOOD AREAS. CAR WASHED AWAY. MITTAGONG, Friday. RESIDENTS HOMELESS. SEVERE QUEENSLAND FLOODS. BRISBANE, Friday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Saturday 18 February 1928, page 22 Headlines Monday 20/2/1928 FLOODS AND STORMS Over Great Areas. PARTS OF RAILWAY SWEPT AWAY. ADDITIONAL FATALITIES. Trains Trapped Between Washaways. PERIL STILL IN NORTH AND SOUTH. DESTRUCTION AT CROOKWELL. CROOKWELL, Saturday. MURRAY VALLEY. DANGER EXTENDING. RAILWAYS BLOCKED. ALBURY, Sunday. TOWNSHIP OF ORANGE SUFFERS FROM THE HEAVY RAINS. TORRENTIAL RAINS CAUSE SERIOUS FLOODING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. FLOOD DAMAGE WAS NARROWLY AVERTED IN THE HAWKESBURY RIVER AREA. SUGARLOAF DAM BURSTS. BROKEN HILL. WASHAWAYS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. BROKEN HILL, Saturday. IN QUEENSLAND. WIDESPREAD RAINS. BRISBANE, Sunday. RICHMOND RIVER IN FLOOD. KYOGLE IN DANGER. KYOGLE, Saturday. SCENE OF DESOLATION. HOUSES FLOODED. ARMIDALE, Sunday. MACINTYRE FLOODED. GOONDIWINDI, Saturday. MACLEAY RIVER. NORTH COAST ROAD. FLOODED BELOW KEMPSEY. KEMPSEY, Saturday. VICTORIA. Rivers Still Rising. MELBOURNE, Sunday. EXPRESS CHEERED. ARRIVAL AT MELBOURNE. MELBOURNE, Sunday. DAMAGE AT EUGOWRA. SHOPS UNDER WATER. EUGOWRA, Sunday. TORRENTS OF RAIN. GRAFTON'S PLIGHT. GRAFTON, Sunday. WEATHER FORECAST. No Relief Promised.…

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TORRENTIAL RAINS CAUSE SERIOUS FLOODING IN NEW SOUTH WALES.

20 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 14

…COMMISSIONERS' REPORT. FLOODED AREAS IN THE SOUTH. TRAIN SERVICES. TENTATIVE ARRANGEMENTS. ON THE CLARENCE. ANXIETY STILL FELT. GRAFTON, Friday. DAMAGE AT DORRIGO. DORRIGO, Friday. RAIN LIKELY. IN FLOOD AREAS. CAR WASHED AWAY. MITTAGONG, Friday. RESIDENTS HOMELESS. SEVERE QUEENSLAND FLOODS. BRISBANE, Friday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Saturday 18 February 1928, page 22 Headlines Monday 20/2/1928 FLOODS AND STORMS Over Great Areas. PARTS OF RAILWAY SWEPT AWAY. ADDITIONAL FATALITIES. Trains Trapped Between Washaways. PERIL STILL IN NORTH AND SOUTH. DESTRUCTION AT CROOKWELL. CROOKWELL, Saturday. MURRAY VALLEY. DANGER EXTENDING. RAILWAYS BLOCKED. ALBURY, Sunday. TOWNSHIP OF ORANGE SUFFERS FROM THE HEAVY RAINS. TORRENTIAL RAINS CAUSE SERIOUS FLOODING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. FLOOD DAMAGE WAS NARROWLY AVERTED IN THE HAWKESBURY RIVER AREA. SUGARLOAF DAM BURSTS. BROKEN HILL. WASHAWAYS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. BROKEN HILL, Saturday. IN QUEENSLAND. WIDESPREAD RAINS. BRISBANE, Sunday. RICHMOND RIVER IN FLOOD. KYOGLE IN DANGER. KYOGLE, Saturday. SCENE OF DESOLATION. HOUSES FLOODED. ARMIDALE, Sunday. MACINTYRE FLOODED. GOONDIWINDI, Saturday. MACLEAY RIVER. NORTH COAST ROAD. FLOODED BELOW KEMPSEY. KEMPSEY, Saturday. VICTORIA. Rivers Still Rising. MELBOURNE, Sunday. EXPRESS CHEERED. ARRIVAL AT MELBOURNE. MELBOURNE, Sunday. DAMAGE AT EUGOWRA. SHOPS UNDER WATER. EUGOWRA, Sunday. TORRENTS OF RAIN. GRAFTON'S PLIGHT. GRAFTON, Sunday. WEATHER FORECAST. No Relief Promised. TRAINS DELAYED. Sydney-Melbourne Line. MANY LANDSLIDES. REPAIR GANGS AT…

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FLOOD DAMAGE WAS NARROWLY AVERTED IN THE HAWKESBURY RIVER AREA.

20 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 14

…TENTATIVE ARRANGEMENTS. ON THE CLARENCE. ANXIETY STILL FELT. GRAFTON, Friday. DAMAGE AT DORRIGO. DORRIGO, Friday. RAIN LIKELY. IN FLOOD AREAS. CAR WASHED AWAY. MITTAGONG, Friday. RESIDENTS HOMELESS. SEVERE QUEENSLAND FLOODS. BRISBANE, Friday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Saturday 18 February 1928, page 22 Headlines Monday 20/2/1928 FLOODS AND STORMS Over Great Areas. PARTS OF RAILWAY SWEPT AWAY. ADDITIONAL FATALITIES. Trains Trapped Between Washaways. PERIL STILL IN NORTH AND SOUTH. DESTRUCTION AT CROOKWELL. CROOKWELL, Saturday. MURRAY VALLEY. DANGER EXTENDING. RAILWAYS BLOCKED. ALBURY, Sunday. TOWNSHIP OF ORANGE SUFFERS FROM THE HEAVY RAINS. TORRENTIAL RAINS CAUSE SERIOUS FLOODING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. FLOOD DAMAGE WAS NARROWLY AVERTED IN THE HAWKESBURY RIVER AREA. SUGARLOAF DAM BURSTS. BROKEN HILL. WASHAWAYS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. BROKEN HILL, Saturday. IN QUEENSLAND. WIDESPREAD RAINS. BRISBANE, Sunday. RICHMOND RIVER IN FLOOD. KYOGLE IN DANGER. KYOGLE, Saturday. SCENE OF DESOLATION. HOUSES FLOODED. ARMIDALE, Sunday. MACINTYRE FLOODED. GOONDIWINDI, Saturday. MACLEAY RIVER. NORTH COAST ROAD. FLOODED BELOW KEMPSEY. KEMPSEY, Saturday. VICTORIA. Rivers Still Rising. MELBOURNE, Sunday. EXPRESS CHEERED. ARRIVAL AT MELBOURNE. MELBOURNE, Sunday. DAMAGE AT EUGOWRA. SHOPS UNDER WATER. EUGOWRA, Sunday. TORRENTS OF RAIN. GRAFTON'S PLIGHT. GRAFTON, Sunday. WEATHER FORECAST. No Relief Promised. TRAINS DELAYED. Sydney-Melbourne Line. MANY LANDSLIDES. REPAIR GANGS AT WORK. ORANGE FLOODED. DAMAGE TO SHOPS. ORANGE, Sunday. CLOUDBURST. Man…

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SUGARLOAF DAM BURSTS.

20 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 13

…DAMAGE AT DORRIGO. DORRIGO, Friday. RAIN LIKELY. IN FLOOD AREAS. CAR WASHED AWAY. MITTAGONG, Friday. RESIDENTS HOMELESS. SEVERE QUEENSLAND FLOODS. BRISBANE, Friday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Saturday 18 February 1928, page 22 Headlines Monday 20/2/1928 FLOODS AND STORMS Over Great Areas. PARTS OF RAILWAY SWEPT AWAY. ADDITIONAL FATALITIES. Trains Trapped Between Washaways. PERIL STILL IN NORTH AND SOUTH. DESTRUCTION AT CROOKWELL. CROOKWELL, Saturday. MURRAY VALLEY. DANGER EXTENDING. RAILWAYS BLOCKED. ALBURY, Sunday. TOWNSHIP OF ORANGE SUFFERS FROM THE HEAVY RAINS. TORRENTIAL RAINS CAUSE SERIOUS FLOODING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. FLOOD DAMAGE WAS NARROWLY AVERTED IN THE HAWKESBURY RIVER AREA. SUGARLOAF DAM BURSTS. BROKEN HILL. WASHAWAYS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. BROKEN HILL, Saturday. IN QUEENSLAND. WIDESPREAD RAINS. BRISBANE, Sunday. RICHMOND RIVER IN FLOOD. KYOGLE IN DANGER. KYOGLE, Saturday. SCENE OF DESOLATION. HOUSES FLOODED. ARMIDALE, Sunday. MACINTYRE FLOODED. GOONDIWINDI, Saturday. MACLEAY RIVER. NORTH COAST ROAD. FLOODED BELOW KEMPSEY. KEMPSEY, Saturday. VICTORIA. Rivers Still Rising. MELBOURNE, Sunday. EXPRESS CHEERED. ARRIVAL AT MELBOURNE. MELBOURNE, Sunday. DAMAGE AT EUGOWRA. SHOPS UNDER WATER. EUGOWRA, Sunday. TORRENTS OF RAIN. GRAFTON'S PLIGHT. GRAFTON, Sunday. WEATHER FORECAST. No Relief Promised. TRAINS DELAYED. Sydney-Melbourne Line. MANY LANDSLIDES. REPAIR GANGS AT WORK. ORANGE FLOODED. DAMAGE TO SHOPS. ORANGE, Sunday. CLOUDBURST. Man Drowned at Lithgow.…

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BROKEN HILL. WASHAWAYS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. BROKEN HILL, Saturday.

20 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 12

…DORRIGO, Friday. RAIN LIKELY. IN FLOOD AREAS. CAR WASHED AWAY. MITTAGONG, Friday. RESIDENTS HOMELESS. SEVERE QUEENSLAND FLOODS. BRISBANE, Friday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Saturday 18 February 1928, page 22 Headlines Monday 20/2/1928 FLOODS AND STORMS Over Great Areas. PARTS OF RAILWAY SWEPT AWAY. ADDITIONAL FATALITIES. Trains Trapped Between Washaways. PERIL STILL IN NORTH AND SOUTH. DESTRUCTION AT CROOKWELL. CROOKWELL, Saturday. MURRAY VALLEY. DANGER EXTENDING. RAILWAYS BLOCKED. ALBURY, Sunday. TOWNSHIP OF ORANGE SUFFERS FROM THE HEAVY RAINS. TORRENTIAL RAINS CAUSE SERIOUS FLOODING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. FLOOD DAMAGE WAS NARROWLY AVERTED IN THE HAWKESBURY RIVER AREA. SUGARLOAF DAM BURSTS. BROKEN HILL. WASHAWAYS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. BROKEN HILL, Saturday. IN QUEENSLAND. WIDESPREAD RAINS. BRISBANE, Sunday. RICHMOND RIVER IN FLOOD. KYOGLE IN DANGER. KYOGLE, Saturday. SCENE OF DESOLATION. HOUSES FLOODED. ARMIDALE, Sunday. MACINTYRE FLOODED. GOONDIWINDI, Saturday. MACLEAY RIVER. NORTH COAST ROAD. FLOODED BELOW KEMPSEY. KEMPSEY, Saturday. VICTORIA. Rivers Still Rising. MELBOURNE, Sunday. EXPRESS CHEERED. ARRIVAL AT MELBOURNE. MELBOURNE, Sunday. DAMAGE AT EUGOWRA. SHOPS UNDER WATER. EUGOWRA, Sunday. TORRENTS OF RAIN. GRAFTON'S PLIGHT. GRAFTON, Sunday. WEATHER FORECAST. No Relief Promised. TRAINS DELAYED. Sydney-Melbourne Line. MANY LANDSLIDES. REPAIR GANGS AT WORK. ORANGE FLOODED. DAMAGE TO SHOPS. ORANGE, Sunday. CLOUDBURST. Man Drowned at Lithgow. FLOOD WATER DISAPPEARS DOWN COLLIERY. LITHGOW, Sunday. ROADS IMPASSABLE.…

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IN QUEENSLAND. WIDESPREAD RAINS. BRISBANE, Sunday.

20 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 12

…AWAY. MITTAGONG, Friday. RESIDENTS HOMELESS. SEVERE QUEENSLAND FLOODS. BRISBANE, Friday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Saturday 18 February 1928, page 22 Headlines Monday 20/2/1928 FLOODS AND STORMS Over Great Areas. PARTS OF RAILWAY SWEPT AWAY. ADDITIONAL FATALITIES. Trains Trapped Between Washaways. PERIL STILL IN NORTH AND SOUTH. DESTRUCTION AT CROOKWELL. CROOKWELL, Saturday. MURRAY VALLEY. DANGER EXTENDING. RAILWAYS BLOCKED. ALBURY, Sunday. TOWNSHIP OF ORANGE SUFFERS FROM THE HEAVY RAINS. TORRENTIAL RAINS CAUSE SERIOUS FLOODING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. FLOOD DAMAGE WAS NARROWLY AVERTED IN THE HAWKESBURY RIVER AREA. SUGARLOAF DAM BURSTS. BROKEN HILL. WASHAWAYS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. BROKEN HILL, Saturday. IN QUEENSLAND. WIDESPREAD RAINS. BRISBANE, Sunday. RICHMOND RIVER IN FLOOD. KYOGLE IN DANGER. KYOGLE, Saturday. SCENE OF DESOLATION. HOUSES FLOODED. ARMIDALE, Sunday. MACINTYRE FLOODED. GOONDIWINDI, Saturday. MACLEAY RIVER. NORTH COAST ROAD. FLOODED BELOW KEMPSEY. KEMPSEY, Saturday. VICTORIA. Rivers Still Rising. MELBOURNE, Sunday. EXPRESS CHEERED. ARRIVAL AT MELBOURNE. MELBOURNE, Sunday. DAMAGE AT EUGOWRA. SHOPS UNDER WATER. EUGOWRA, Sunday. TORRENTS OF RAIN. GRAFTON'S PLIGHT. GRAFTON, Sunday. WEATHER FORECAST. No Relief Promised. TRAINS DELAYED. Sydney-Melbourne Line. MANY LANDSLIDES. REPAIR GANGS AT WORK. ORANGE FLOODED. DAMAGE TO SHOPS. ORANGE, Sunday. CLOUDBURST. Man Drowned at Lithgow. FLOOD WATER DISAPPEARS DOWN COLLIERY. LITHGOW, Sunday. ROADS IMPASSABLE. GLEN INNES DISTRICT. GLEN INNES, Saturday.…

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RICHMOND RIVER IN FLOOD. KYOGLE IN DANGER. KYOGLE, Saturday.

20 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 12

…QUEENSLAND FLOODS. BRISBANE, Friday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Saturday 18 February 1928, page 22 Headlines Monday 20/2/1928 FLOODS AND STORMS Over Great Areas. PARTS OF RAILWAY SWEPT AWAY. ADDITIONAL FATALITIES. Trains Trapped Between Washaways. PERIL STILL IN NORTH AND SOUTH. DESTRUCTION AT CROOKWELL. CROOKWELL, Saturday. MURRAY VALLEY. DANGER EXTENDING. RAILWAYS BLOCKED. ALBURY, Sunday. TOWNSHIP OF ORANGE SUFFERS FROM THE HEAVY RAINS. TORRENTIAL RAINS CAUSE SERIOUS FLOODING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. FLOOD DAMAGE WAS NARROWLY AVERTED IN THE HAWKESBURY RIVER AREA. SUGARLOAF DAM BURSTS. BROKEN HILL. WASHAWAYS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. BROKEN HILL, Saturday. IN QUEENSLAND. WIDESPREAD RAINS. BRISBANE, Sunday. RICHMOND RIVER IN FLOOD. KYOGLE IN DANGER. KYOGLE, Saturday. SCENE OF DESOLATION. HOUSES FLOODED. ARMIDALE, Sunday. MACINTYRE FLOODED. GOONDIWINDI, Saturday. MACLEAY RIVER. NORTH COAST ROAD. FLOODED BELOW KEMPSEY. KEMPSEY, Saturday. VICTORIA. Rivers Still Rising. MELBOURNE, Sunday. EXPRESS CHEERED. ARRIVAL AT MELBOURNE. MELBOURNE, Sunday. DAMAGE AT EUGOWRA. SHOPS UNDER WATER. EUGOWRA, Sunday. TORRENTS OF RAIN. GRAFTON'S PLIGHT. GRAFTON, Sunday. WEATHER FORECAST. No Relief Promised. TRAINS DELAYED. Sydney-Melbourne Line. MANY LANDSLIDES. REPAIR GANGS AT WORK. ORANGE FLOODED. DAMAGE TO SHOPS. ORANGE, Sunday. CLOUDBURST. Man Drowned at Lithgow. FLOOD WATER DISAPPEARS DOWN COLLIERY. LITHGOW, Sunday. ROADS IMPASSABLE. GLEN INNES DISTRICT. GLEN INNES, Saturday. MYSTERY OF THE WEATHER. MAIL STEAMERS DELAYED. BELLINGER RIVER.…

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SCENE OF DESOLATION. HOUSES FLOODED. ARMIDALE, Sunday.

20 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 12

…Herald, Saturday 18 February 1928, page 22 Headlines Monday 20/2/1928 FLOODS AND STORMS Over Great Areas. PARTS OF RAILWAY SWEPT AWAY. ADDITIONAL FATALITIES. Trains Trapped Between Washaways. PERIL STILL IN NORTH AND SOUTH. DESTRUCTION AT CROOKWELL. CROOKWELL, Saturday. MURRAY VALLEY. DANGER EXTENDING. RAILWAYS BLOCKED. ALBURY, Sunday. TOWNSHIP OF ORANGE SUFFERS FROM THE HEAVY RAINS. TORRENTIAL RAINS CAUSE SERIOUS FLOODING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. FLOOD DAMAGE WAS NARROWLY AVERTED IN THE HAWKESBURY RIVER AREA. SUGARLOAF DAM BURSTS. BROKEN HILL. WASHAWAYS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. BROKEN HILL, Saturday. IN QUEENSLAND. WIDESPREAD RAINS. BRISBANE, Sunday. RICHMOND RIVER IN FLOOD. KYOGLE IN DANGER. KYOGLE, Saturday. SCENE OF DESOLATION. HOUSES FLOODED. ARMIDALE, Sunday. MACINTYRE FLOODED. GOONDIWINDI, Saturday. MACLEAY RIVER. NORTH COAST ROAD. FLOODED BELOW KEMPSEY. KEMPSEY, Saturday. VICTORIA. Rivers Still Rising. MELBOURNE, Sunday. EXPRESS CHEERED. ARRIVAL AT MELBOURNE. MELBOURNE, Sunday. DAMAGE AT EUGOWRA. SHOPS UNDER WATER. EUGOWRA, Sunday. TORRENTS OF RAIN. GRAFTON'S PLIGHT. GRAFTON, Sunday. WEATHER FORECAST. No Relief Promised. TRAINS DELAYED. Sydney-Melbourne Line. MANY LANDSLIDES. REPAIR GANGS AT WORK. ORANGE FLOODED. DAMAGE TO SHOPS. ORANGE, Sunday. CLOUDBURST. Man Drowned at Lithgow. FLOOD WATER DISAPPEARS DOWN COLLIERY. LITHGOW, Sunday. ROADS IMPASSABLE. GLEN INNES DISTRICT. GLEN INNES, Saturday. MYSTERY OF THE WEATHER. MAIL STEAMERS DELAYED. BELLINGER RIVER. BAR NOT NAVIGABLE. URUNGA, Saturday. STATION HAND…

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MACINTYRE FLOODED. GOONDIWINDI, Saturday.

20 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 12

…Headlines Monday 20/2/1928 FLOODS AND STORMS Over Great Areas. PARTS OF RAILWAY SWEPT AWAY. ADDITIONAL FATALITIES. Trains Trapped Between Washaways. PERIL STILL IN NORTH AND SOUTH. DESTRUCTION AT CROOKWELL. CROOKWELL, Saturday. MURRAY VALLEY. DANGER EXTENDING. RAILWAYS BLOCKED. ALBURY, Sunday. TOWNSHIP OF ORANGE SUFFERS FROM THE HEAVY RAINS. TORRENTIAL RAINS CAUSE SERIOUS FLOODING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. FLOOD DAMAGE WAS NARROWLY AVERTED IN THE HAWKESBURY RIVER AREA. SUGARLOAF DAM BURSTS. BROKEN HILL. WASHAWAYS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. BROKEN HILL, Saturday. IN QUEENSLAND. WIDESPREAD RAINS. BRISBANE, Sunday. RICHMOND RIVER IN FLOOD. KYOGLE IN DANGER. KYOGLE, Saturday. SCENE OF DESOLATION. HOUSES FLOODED. ARMIDALE, Sunday. MACINTYRE FLOODED. GOONDIWINDI, Saturday. MACLEAY RIVER. NORTH COAST ROAD. FLOODED BELOW KEMPSEY. KEMPSEY, Saturday. VICTORIA. Rivers Still Rising. MELBOURNE, Sunday. EXPRESS CHEERED. ARRIVAL AT MELBOURNE. MELBOURNE, Sunday. DAMAGE AT EUGOWRA. SHOPS UNDER WATER. EUGOWRA, Sunday. TORRENTS OF RAIN. GRAFTON'S PLIGHT. GRAFTON, Sunday. WEATHER FORECAST. No Relief Promised. TRAINS DELAYED. Sydney-Melbourne Line. MANY LANDSLIDES. REPAIR GANGS AT WORK. ORANGE FLOODED. DAMAGE TO SHOPS. ORANGE, Sunday. CLOUDBURST. Man Drowned at Lithgow. FLOOD WATER DISAPPEARS DOWN COLLIERY. LITHGOW, Sunday. ROADS IMPASSABLE. GLEN INNES DISTRICT. GLEN INNES, Saturday. MYSTERY OF THE WEATHER. MAIL STEAMERS DELAYED. BELLINGER RIVER. BAR NOT NAVIGABLE. URUNGA, Saturday. STATION HAND DROWNED IN FORBES DISTRICT.…

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MACLEAY RIVER. NORTH COAST ROAD. FLOODED BELOW KEMPSEY. KEMPSEY, Saturday.

20 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 12

…AND STORMS Over Great Areas. PARTS OF RAILWAY SWEPT AWAY. ADDITIONAL FATALITIES. Trains Trapped Between Washaways. PERIL STILL IN NORTH AND SOUTH. DESTRUCTION AT CROOKWELL. CROOKWELL, Saturday. MURRAY VALLEY. DANGER EXTENDING. RAILWAYS BLOCKED. ALBURY, Sunday. TOWNSHIP OF ORANGE SUFFERS FROM THE HEAVY RAINS. TORRENTIAL RAINS CAUSE SERIOUS FLOODING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. FLOOD DAMAGE WAS NARROWLY AVERTED IN THE HAWKESBURY RIVER AREA. SUGARLOAF DAM BURSTS. BROKEN HILL. WASHAWAYS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. BROKEN HILL, Saturday. IN QUEENSLAND. WIDESPREAD RAINS. BRISBANE, Sunday. RICHMOND RIVER IN FLOOD. KYOGLE IN DANGER. KYOGLE, Saturday. SCENE OF DESOLATION. HOUSES FLOODED. ARMIDALE, Sunday. MACINTYRE FLOODED. GOONDIWINDI, Saturday. MACLEAY RIVER. NORTH COAST ROAD. FLOODED BELOW KEMPSEY. KEMPSEY, Saturday. VICTORIA. Rivers Still Rising. MELBOURNE, Sunday. EXPRESS CHEERED. ARRIVAL AT MELBOURNE. MELBOURNE, Sunday. DAMAGE AT EUGOWRA. SHOPS UNDER WATER. EUGOWRA, Sunday. TORRENTS OF RAIN. GRAFTON'S PLIGHT. GRAFTON, Sunday. WEATHER FORECAST. No Relief Promised. TRAINS DELAYED. Sydney-Melbourne Line. MANY LANDSLIDES. REPAIR GANGS AT WORK. ORANGE FLOODED. DAMAGE TO SHOPS. ORANGE, Sunday. CLOUDBURST. Man Drowned at Lithgow. FLOOD WATER DISAPPEARS DOWN COLLIERY. LITHGOW, Sunday. ROADS IMPASSABLE. GLEN INNES DISTRICT. GLEN INNES, Saturday. MYSTERY OF THE WEATHER. MAIL STEAMERS DELAYED. BELLINGER RIVER. BAR NOT NAVIGABLE. URUNGA, Saturday. STATION HAND DROWNED IN FORBES DISTRICT. FORBES, Saturday. FLOODS IN THE WEST. THE BOGAN AND MACQUARIE.…

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VICTORIA. Rivers Still Rising. MELBOURNE, Sunday.

20 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 12

…ADDITIONAL FATALITIES. Trains Trapped Between Washaways. PERIL STILL IN NORTH AND SOUTH. DESTRUCTION AT CROOKWELL. CROOKWELL, Saturday. MURRAY VALLEY. DANGER EXTENDING. RAILWAYS BLOCKED. ALBURY, Sunday. TOWNSHIP OF ORANGE SUFFERS FROM THE HEAVY RAINS. TORRENTIAL RAINS CAUSE SERIOUS FLOODING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. FLOOD DAMAGE WAS NARROWLY AVERTED IN THE HAWKESBURY RIVER AREA. SUGARLOAF DAM BURSTS. BROKEN HILL. WASHAWAYS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. BROKEN HILL, Saturday. IN QUEENSLAND. WIDESPREAD RAINS. BRISBANE, Sunday. RICHMOND RIVER IN FLOOD. KYOGLE IN DANGER. KYOGLE, Saturday. SCENE OF DESOLATION. HOUSES FLOODED. ARMIDALE, Sunday. MACINTYRE FLOODED. GOONDIWINDI, Saturday. MACLEAY RIVER. NORTH COAST ROAD. FLOODED BELOW KEMPSEY. KEMPSEY, Saturday. VICTORIA. Rivers Still Rising. MELBOURNE, Sunday. EXPRESS CHEERED. ARRIVAL AT MELBOURNE. MELBOURNE, Sunday. DAMAGE AT EUGOWRA. SHOPS UNDER WATER. EUGOWRA, Sunday. TORRENTS OF RAIN. GRAFTON'S PLIGHT. GRAFTON, Sunday. WEATHER FORECAST. No Relief Promised. TRAINS DELAYED. Sydney-Melbourne Line. MANY LANDSLIDES. REPAIR GANGS AT WORK. ORANGE FLOODED. DAMAGE TO SHOPS. ORANGE, Sunday. CLOUDBURST. Man Drowned at Lithgow. FLOOD WATER DISAPPEARS DOWN COLLIERY. LITHGOW, Sunday. ROADS IMPASSABLE. GLEN INNES DISTRICT. GLEN INNES, Saturday. MYSTERY OF THE WEATHER. MAIL STEAMERS DELAYED. BELLINGER RIVER. BAR NOT NAVIGABLE. URUNGA, Saturday. STATION HAND DROWNED IN FORBES DISTRICT. FORBES, Saturday. FLOODS IN THE WEST. THE BOGAN AND MACQUARIE. WARREN, Saturday. Weather chart The Sydney…

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EXPRESS CHEERED. ARRIVAL AT MELBOURNE. MELBOURNE, Sunday.

20 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 12

…PERIL STILL IN NORTH AND SOUTH. DESTRUCTION AT CROOKWELL. CROOKWELL, Saturday. MURRAY VALLEY. DANGER EXTENDING. RAILWAYS BLOCKED. ALBURY, Sunday. TOWNSHIP OF ORANGE SUFFERS FROM THE HEAVY RAINS. TORRENTIAL RAINS CAUSE SERIOUS FLOODING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. FLOOD DAMAGE WAS NARROWLY AVERTED IN THE HAWKESBURY RIVER AREA. SUGARLOAF DAM BURSTS. BROKEN HILL. WASHAWAYS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. BROKEN HILL, Saturday. IN QUEENSLAND. WIDESPREAD RAINS. BRISBANE, Sunday. RICHMOND RIVER IN FLOOD. KYOGLE IN DANGER. KYOGLE, Saturday. SCENE OF DESOLATION. HOUSES FLOODED. ARMIDALE, Sunday. MACINTYRE FLOODED. GOONDIWINDI, Saturday. MACLEAY RIVER. NORTH COAST ROAD. FLOODED BELOW KEMPSEY. KEMPSEY, Saturday. VICTORIA. Rivers Still Rising. MELBOURNE, Sunday. EXPRESS CHEERED. ARRIVAL AT MELBOURNE. MELBOURNE, Sunday. DAMAGE AT EUGOWRA. SHOPS UNDER WATER. EUGOWRA, Sunday. TORRENTS OF RAIN. GRAFTON'S PLIGHT. GRAFTON, Sunday. WEATHER FORECAST. No Relief Promised. TRAINS DELAYED. Sydney-Melbourne Line. MANY LANDSLIDES. REPAIR GANGS AT WORK. ORANGE FLOODED. DAMAGE TO SHOPS. ORANGE, Sunday. CLOUDBURST. Man Drowned at Lithgow. FLOOD WATER DISAPPEARS DOWN COLLIERY. LITHGOW, Sunday. ROADS IMPASSABLE. GLEN INNES DISTRICT. GLEN INNES, Saturday. MYSTERY OF THE WEATHER. MAIL STEAMERS DELAYED. BELLINGER RIVER. BAR NOT NAVIGABLE. URUNGA, Saturday. STATION HAND DROWNED IN FORBES DISTRICT. FORBES, Saturday. FLOODS IN THE WEST. THE BOGAN AND MACQUARIE. WARREN, Saturday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald Monday 20 February 1928, page…

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DAMAGE AT EUGOWRA. SHOPS UNDER WATER. EUGOWRA, Sunday.

20 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 12

…AT CROOKWELL. CROOKWELL, Saturday. MURRAY VALLEY. DANGER EXTENDING. RAILWAYS BLOCKED. ALBURY, Sunday. TOWNSHIP OF ORANGE SUFFERS FROM THE HEAVY RAINS. TORRENTIAL RAINS CAUSE SERIOUS FLOODING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. FLOOD DAMAGE WAS NARROWLY AVERTED IN THE HAWKESBURY RIVER AREA. SUGARLOAF DAM BURSTS. BROKEN HILL. WASHAWAYS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. BROKEN HILL, Saturday. IN QUEENSLAND. WIDESPREAD RAINS. BRISBANE, Sunday. RICHMOND RIVER IN FLOOD. KYOGLE IN DANGER. KYOGLE, Saturday. SCENE OF DESOLATION. HOUSES FLOODED. ARMIDALE, Sunday. MACINTYRE FLOODED. GOONDIWINDI, Saturday. MACLEAY RIVER. NORTH COAST ROAD. FLOODED BELOW KEMPSEY. KEMPSEY, Saturday. VICTORIA. Rivers Still Rising. MELBOURNE, Sunday. EXPRESS CHEERED. ARRIVAL AT MELBOURNE. MELBOURNE, Sunday. DAMAGE AT EUGOWRA. SHOPS UNDER WATER. EUGOWRA, Sunday. TORRENTS OF RAIN. GRAFTON'S PLIGHT. GRAFTON, Sunday. WEATHER FORECAST. No Relief Promised. TRAINS DELAYED. Sydney-Melbourne Line. MANY LANDSLIDES. REPAIR GANGS AT WORK. ORANGE FLOODED. DAMAGE TO SHOPS. ORANGE, Sunday. CLOUDBURST. Man Drowned at Lithgow. FLOOD WATER DISAPPEARS DOWN COLLIERY. LITHGOW, Sunday. ROADS IMPASSABLE. GLEN INNES DISTRICT. GLEN INNES, Saturday. MYSTERY OF THE WEATHER. MAIL STEAMERS DELAYED. BELLINGER RIVER. BAR NOT NAVIGABLE. URUNGA, Saturday. STATION HAND DROWNED IN FORBES DISTRICT. FORBES, Saturday. FLOODS IN THE WEST. THE BOGAN AND MACQUARIE. WARREN, Saturday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald Monday 20 February 1928, page 13 Headlines 21/2/1928 DEVASTATION BY FLOODS. Northern Towns…

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TORRENTS OF RAIN. GRAFTON'S PLIGHT. GRAFTON, Sunday.

20 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 12

…RAILWAYS BLOCKED. ALBURY, Sunday. TOWNSHIP OF ORANGE SUFFERS FROM THE HEAVY RAINS. TORRENTIAL RAINS CAUSE SERIOUS FLOODING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. FLOOD DAMAGE WAS NARROWLY AVERTED IN THE HAWKESBURY RIVER AREA. SUGARLOAF DAM BURSTS. BROKEN HILL. WASHAWAYS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. BROKEN HILL, Saturday. IN QUEENSLAND. WIDESPREAD RAINS. BRISBANE, Sunday. RICHMOND RIVER IN FLOOD. KYOGLE IN DANGER. KYOGLE, Saturday. SCENE OF DESOLATION. HOUSES FLOODED. ARMIDALE, Sunday. MACINTYRE FLOODED. GOONDIWINDI, Saturday. MACLEAY RIVER. NORTH COAST ROAD. FLOODED BELOW KEMPSEY. KEMPSEY, Saturday. VICTORIA. Rivers Still Rising. MELBOURNE, Sunday. EXPRESS CHEERED. ARRIVAL AT MELBOURNE. MELBOURNE, Sunday. DAMAGE AT EUGOWRA. SHOPS UNDER WATER. EUGOWRA, Sunday. TORRENTS OF RAIN. GRAFTON'S PLIGHT. GRAFTON, Sunday. WEATHER FORECAST. No Relief Promised. TRAINS DELAYED. Sydney-Melbourne Line. MANY LANDSLIDES. REPAIR GANGS AT WORK. ORANGE FLOODED. DAMAGE TO SHOPS. ORANGE, Sunday. CLOUDBURST. Man Drowned at Lithgow. FLOOD WATER DISAPPEARS DOWN COLLIERY. LITHGOW, Sunday. ROADS IMPASSABLE. GLEN INNES DISTRICT. GLEN INNES, Saturday. MYSTERY OF THE WEATHER. MAIL STEAMERS DELAYED. BELLINGER RIVER. BAR NOT NAVIGABLE. URUNGA, Saturday. STATION HAND DROWNED IN FORBES DISTRICT. FORBES, Saturday. FLOODS IN THE WEST. THE BOGAN AND MACQUARIE. WARREN, Saturday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald Monday 20 February 1928, page 13 Headlines 21/2/1928 DEVASTATION BY FLOODS. Northern Towns Under Water, PERIL FROM THE CLARENCE. ABATEMENT…

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WEATHER FORECAST. No Relief Promised.

20 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 12

…SUFFERS FROM THE HEAVY RAINS. TORRENTIAL RAINS CAUSE SERIOUS FLOODING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. FLOOD DAMAGE WAS NARROWLY AVERTED IN THE HAWKESBURY RIVER AREA. SUGARLOAF DAM BURSTS. BROKEN HILL. WASHAWAYS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. BROKEN HILL, Saturday. IN QUEENSLAND. WIDESPREAD RAINS. BRISBANE, Sunday. RICHMOND RIVER IN FLOOD. KYOGLE IN DANGER. KYOGLE, Saturday. SCENE OF DESOLATION. HOUSES FLOODED. ARMIDALE, Sunday. MACINTYRE FLOODED. GOONDIWINDI, Saturday. MACLEAY RIVER. NORTH COAST ROAD. FLOODED BELOW KEMPSEY. KEMPSEY, Saturday. VICTORIA. Rivers Still Rising. MELBOURNE, Sunday. EXPRESS CHEERED. ARRIVAL AT MELBOURNE. MELBOURNE, Sunday. DAMAGE AT EUGOWRA. SHOPS UNDER WATER. EUGOWRA, Sunday. TORRENTS OF RAIN. GRAFTON'S PLIGHT. GRAFTON, Sunday. WEATHER FORECAST. No Relief Promised. TRAINS DELAYED. Sydney-Melbourne Line. MANY LANDSLIDES. REPAIR GANGS AT WORK. ORANGE FLOODED. DAMAGE TO SHOPS. ORANGE, Sunday. CLOUDBURST. Man Drowned at Lithgow. FLOOD WATER DISAPPEARS DOWN COLLIERY. LITHGOW, Sunday. ROADS IMPASSABLE. GLEN INNES DISTRICT. GLEN INNES, Saturday. MYSTERY OF THE WEATHER. MAIL STEAMERS DELAYED. BELLINGER RIVER. BAR NOT NAVIGABLE. URUNGA, Saturday. STATION HAND DROWNED IN FORBES DISTRICT. FORBES, Saturday. FLOODS IN THE WEST. THE BOGAN AND MACQUARIE. WARREN, Saturday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald Monday 20 February 1928, page 13 Headlines 21/2/1928 DEVASTATION BY FLOODS. Northern Towns Under Water, PERIL FROM THE CLARENCE. ABATEMENT IN THE SOUTH. SETTLERS' TERRIFYING…

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TRAINS DELAYED. Sydney-Melbourne Line. MANY LANDSLIDES. REPAIR GANGS AT WORK.

20 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 12

…TORRENTIAL RAINS CAUSE SERIOUS FLOODING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. FLOOD DAMAGE WAS NARROWLY AVERTED IN THE HAWKESBURY RIVER AREA. SUGARLOAF DAM BURSTS. BROKEN HILL. WASHAWAYS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. BROKEN HILL, Saturday. IN QUEENSLAND. WIDESPREAD RAINS. BRISBANE, Sunday. RICHMOND RIVER IN FLOOD. KYOGLE IN DANGER. KYOGLE, Saturday. SCENE OF DESOLATION. HOUSES FLOODED. ARMIDALE, Sunday. MACINTYRE FLOODED. GOONDIWINDI, Saturday. MACLEAY RIVER. NORTH COAST ROAD. FLOODED BELOW KEMPSEY. KEMPSEY, Saturday. VICTORIA. Rivers Still Rising. MELBOURNE, Sunday. EXPRESS CHEERED. ARRIVAL AT MELBOURNE. MELBOURNE, Sunday. DAMAGE AT EUGOWRA. SHOPS UNDER WATER. EUGOWRA, Sunday. TORRENTS OF RAIN. GRAFTON'S PLIGHT. GRAFTON, Sunday. WEATHER FORECAST. No Relief Promised. TRAINS DELAYED. Sydney-Melbourne Line. MANY LANDSLIDES. REPAIR GANGS AT WORK. ORANGE FLOODED. DAMAGE TO SHOPS. ORANGE, Sunday. CLOUDBURST. Man Drowned at Lithgow. FLOOD WATER DISAPPEARS DOWN COLLIERY. LITHGOW, Sunday. ROADS IMPASSABLE. GLEN INNES DISTRICT. GLEN INNES, Saturday. MYSTERY OF THE WEATHER. MAIL STEAMERS DELAYED. BELLINGER RIVER. BAR NOT NAVIGABLE. URUNGA, Saturday. STATION HAND DROWNED IN FORBES DISTRICT. FORBES, Saturday. FLOODS IN THE WEST. THE BOGAN AND MACQUARIE. WARREN, Saturday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald Monday 20 February 1928, page 13 Headlines 21/2/1928 DEVASTATION BY FLOODS. Northern Towns Under Water, PERIL FROM THE CLARENCE. ABATEMENT IN THE SOUTH. SETTLERS' TERRIFYING EXPERIENCES. BRIDGE WRECKED. DESTRUCTION AT URALLA. URALLA, Monday. LOWER CLARENCE.…

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ORANGE FLOODED. DAMAGE TO SHOPS. ORANGE, Sunday.

20 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 12

…DAMAGE WAS NARROWLY AVERTED IN THE HAWKESBURY RIVER AREA. SUGARLOAF DAM BURSTS. BROKEN HILL. WASHAWAYS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. BROKEN HILL, Saturday. IN QUEENSLAND. WIDESPREAD RAINS. BRISBANE, Sunday. RICHMOND RIVER IN FLOOD. KYOGLE IN DANGER. KYOGLE, Saturday. SCENE OF DESOLATION. HOUSES FLOODED. ARMIDALE, Sunday. MACINTYRE FLOODED. GOONDIWINDI, Saturday. MACLEAY RIVER. NORTH COAST ROAD. FLOODED BELOW KEMPSEY. KEMPSEY, Saturday. VICTORIA. Rivers Still Rising. MELBOURNE, Sunday. EXPRESS CHEERED. ARRIVAL AT MELBOURNE. MELBOURNE, Sunday. DAMAGE AT EUGOWRA. SHOPS UNDER WATER. EUGOWRA, Sunday. TORRENTS OF RAIN. GRAFTON'S PLIGHT. GRAFTON, Sunday. WEATHER FORECAST. No Relief Promised. TRAINS DELAYED. Sydney-Melbourne Line. MANY LANDSLIDES. REPAIR GANGS AT WORK. ORANGE FLOODED. DAMAGE TO SHOPS. ORANGE, Sunday. CLOUDBURST. Man Drowned at Lithgow. FLOOD WATER DISAPPEARS DOWN COLLIERY. LITHGOW, Sunday. ROADS IMPASSABLE. GLEN INNES DISTRICT. GLEN INNES, Saturday. MYSTERY OF THE WEATHER. MAIL STEAMERS DELAYED. BELLINGER RIVER. BAR NOT NAVIGABLE. URUNGA, Saturday. STATION HAND DROWNED IN FORBES DISTRICT. FORBES, Saturday. FLOODS IN THE WEST. THE BOGAN AND MACQUARIE. WARREN, Saturday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald Monday 20 February 1928, page 13 Headlines 21/2/1928 DEVASTATION BY FLOODS. Northern Towns Under Water, PERIL FROM THE CLARENCE. ABATEMENT IN THE SOUTH. SETTLERS' TERRIFYING EXPERIENCES. BRIDGE WRECKED. DESTRUCTION AT URALLA. URALLA, Monday. LOWER CLARENCE. HOUSES INUNDATED. HEAVIER FLOODS INEVITABLE. MACLEAN, Monday.…

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CLOUDBURST. Man Drowned at Lithgow. FLOOD WATER DISAPPEARS DOWN COLLIERY. LITHGOW, Sunday.

20 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 12

…RIVER AREA. SUGARLOAF DAM BURSTS. BROKEN HILL. WASHAWAYS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. BROKEN HILL, Saturday. IN QUEENSLAND. WIDESPREAD RAINS. BRISBANE, Sunday. RICHMOND RIVER IN FLOOD. KYOGLE IN DANGER. KYOGLE, Saturday. SCENE OF DESOLATION. HOUSES FLOODED. ARMIDALE, Sunday. MACINTYRE FLOODED. GOONDIWINDI, Saturday. MACLEAY RIVER. NORTH COAST ROAD. FLOODED BELOW KEMPSEY. KEMPSEY, Saturday. VICTORIA. Rivers Still Rising. MELBOURNE, Sunday. EXPRESS CHEERED. ARRIVAL AT MELBOURNE. MELBOURNE, Sunday. DAMAGE AT EUGOWRA. SHOPS UNDER WATER. EUGOWRA, Sunday. TORRENTS OF RAIN. GRAFTON'S PLIGHT. GRAFTON, Sunday. WEATHER FORECAST. No Relief Promised. TRAINS DELAYED. Sydney-Melbourne Line. MANY LANDSLIDES. REPAIR GANGS AT WORK. ORANGE FLOODED. DAMAGE TO SHOPS. ORANGE, Sunday. CLOUDBURST. Man Drowned at Lithgow. FLOOD WATER DISAPPEARS DOWN COLLIERY. LITHGOW, Sunday. ROADS IMPASSABLE. GLEN INNES DISTRICT. GLEN INNES, Saturday. MYSTERY OF THE WEATHER. MAIL STEAMERS DELAYED. BELLINGER RIVER. BAR NOT NAVIGABLE. URUNGA, Saturday. STATION HAND DROWNED IN FORBES DISTRICT. FORBES, Saturday. FLOODS IN THE WEST. THE BOGAN AND MACQUARIE. WARREN, Saturday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald Monday 20 February 1928, page 13 Headlines 21/2/1928 DEVASTATION BY FLOODS. Northern Towns Under Water, PERIL FROM THE CLARENCE. ABATEMENT IN THE SOUTH. SETTLERS' TERRIFYING EXPERIENCES. BRIDGE WRECKED. DESTRUCTION AT URALLA. URALLA, Monday. LOWER CLARENCE. HOUSES INUNDATED. HEAVIER FLOODS INEVITABLE. MACLEAN, Monday. BRIGHTER OUTLOOK. On the Clarence. RIVERS AND CREEKS FALL. GRAFTON, Monday. DESTRUCTION…

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ROADS IMPASSABLE. GLEN INNES DISTRICT. GLEN INNES, Saturday.

20 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 12

…HILL, Saturday. IN QUEENSLAND. WIDESPREAD RAINS. BRISBANE, Sunday. RICHMOND RIVER IN FLOOD. KYOGLE IN DANGER. KYOGLE, Saturday. SCENE OF DESOLATION. HOUSES FLOODED. ARMIDALE, Sunday. MACINTYRE FLOODED. GOONDIWINDI, Saturday. MACLEAY RIVER. NORTH COAST ROAD. FLOODED BELOW KEMPSEY. KEMPSEY, Saturday. VICTORIA. Rivers Still Rising. MELBOURNE, Sunday. EXPRESS CHEERED. ARRIVAL AT MELBOURNE. MELBOURNE, Sunday. DAMAGE AT EUGOWRA. SHOPS UNDER WATER. EUGOWRA, Sunday. TORRENTS OF RAIN. GRAFTON'S PLIGHT. GRAFTON, Sunday. WEATHER FORECAST. No Relief Promised. TRAINS DELAYED. Sydney-Melbourne Line. MANY LANDSLIDES. REPAIR GANGS AT WORK. ORANGE FLOODED. DAMAGE TO SHOPS. ORANGE, Sunday. CLOUDBURST. Man Drowned at Lithgow. FLOOD WATER DISAPPEARS DOWN COLLIERY. LITHGOW, Sunday. ROADS IMPASSABLE. GLEN INNES DISTRICT. GLEN INNES, Saturday. MYSTERY OF THE WEATHER. MAIL STEAMERS DELAYED. BELLINGER RIVER. BAR NOT NAVIGABLE. URUNGA, Saturday. STATION HAND DROWNED IN FORBES DISTRICT. FORBES, Saturday. FLOODS IN THE WEST. THE BOGAN AND MACQUARIE. WARREN, Saturday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald Monday 20 February 1928, page 13 Headlines 21/2/1928 DEVASTATION BY FLOODS. Northern Towns Under Water, PERIL FROM THE CLARENCE. ABATEMENT IN THE SOUTH. SETTLERS' TERRIFYING EXPERIENCES. BRIDGE WRECKED. DESTRUCTION AT URALLA. URALLA, Monday. LOWER CLARENCE. HOUSES INUNDATED. HEAVIER FLOODS INEVITABLE. MACLEAN, Monday. BRIGHTER OUTLOOK. On the Clarence. RIVERS AND CREEKS FALL. GRAFTON, Monday. DESTRUCTION WROUGHT BY THE FLOOD WATERS IN THE SOUTHERN…

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MYSTERY OF THE WEATHER.

20 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 10

…RICHMOND RIVER IN FLOOD. KYOGLE IN DANGER. KYOGLE, Saturday. SCENE OF DESOLATION. HOUSES FLOODED. ARMIDALE, Sunday. MACINTYRE FLOODED. GOONDIWINDI, Saturday. MACLEAY RIVER. NORTH COAST ROAD. FLOODED BELOW KEMPSEY. KEMPSEY, Saturday. VICTORIA. Rivers Still Rising. MELBOURNE, Sunday. EXPRESS CHEERED. ARRIVAL AT MELBOURNE. MELBOURNE, Sunday. DAMAGE AT EUGOWRA. SHOPS UNDER WATER. EUGOWRA, Sunday. TORRENTS OF RAIN. GRAFTON'S PLIGHT. GRAFTON, Sunday. WEATHER FORECAST. No Relief Promised. TRAINS DELAYED. Sydney-Melbourne Line. MANY LANDSLIDES. REPAIR GANGS AT WORK. ORANGE FLOODED. DAMAGE TO SHOPS. ORANGE, Sunday. CLOUDBURST. Man Drowned at Lithgow. FLOOD WATER DISAPPEARS DOWN COLLIERY. LITHGOW, Sunday. ROADS IMPASSABLE. GLEN INNES DISTRICT. GLEN INNES, Saturday. MYSTERY OF THE WEATHER. MAIL STEAMERS DELAYED. BELLINGER RIVER. BAR NOT NAVIGABLE. URUNGA, Saturday. STATION HAND DROWNED IN FORBES DISTRICT. FORBES, Saturday. FLOODS IN THE WEST. THE BOGAN AND MACQUARIE. WARREN, Saturday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald Monday 20 February 1928, page 13 Headlines 21/2/1928 DEVASTATION BY FLOODS. Northern Towns Under Water, PERIL FROM THE CLARENCE. ABATEMENT IN THE SOUTH. SETTLERS' TERRIFYING EXPERIENCES. BRIDGE WRECKED. DESTRUCTION AT URALLA. URALLA, Monday. LOWER CLARENCE. HOUSES INUNDATED. HEAVIER FLOODS INEVITABLE. MACLEAN, Monday. BRIGHTER OUTLOOK. On the Clarence. RIVERS AND CREEKS FALL. GRAFTON, Monday. DESTRUCTION WROUGHT BY THE FLOOD WATERS IN THE SOUTHERN DISTRICTS. THE DROWNED. SCENE…

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MAIL STEAMERS DELAYED.

20 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 12

…KYOGLE IN DANGER. KYOGLE, Saturday. SCENE OF DESOLATION. HOUSES FLOODED. ARMIDALE, Sunday. MACINTYRE FLOODED. GOONDIWINDI, Saturday. MACLEAY RIVER. NORTH COAST ROAD. FLOODED BELOW KEMPSEY. KEMPSEY, Saturday. VICTORIA. Rivers Still Rising. MELBOURNE, Sunday. EXPRESS CHEERED. ARRIVAL AT MELBOURNE. MELBOURNE, Sunday. DAMAGE AT EUGOWRA. SHOPS UNDER WATER. EUGOWRA, Sunday. TORRENTS OF RAIN. GRAFTON'S PLIGHT. GRAFTON, Sunday. WEATHER FORECAST. No Relief Promised. TRAINS DELAYED. Sydney-Melbourne Line. MANY LANDSLIDES. REPAIR GANGS AT WORK. ORANGE FLOODED. DAMAGE TO SHOPS. ORANGE, Sunday. CLOUDBURST. Man Drowned at Lithgow. FLOOD WATER DISAPPEARS DOWN COLLIERY. LITHGOW, Sunday. ROADS IMPASSABLE. GLEN INNES DISTRICT. GLEN INNES, Saturday. MYSTERY OF THE WEATHER. MAIL STEAMERS DELAYED. BELLINGER RIVER. BAR NOT NAVIGABLE. URUNGA, Saturday. STATION HAND DROWNED IN FORBES DISTRICT. FORBES, Saturday. FLOODS IN THE WEST. THE BOGAN AND MACQUARIE. WARREN, Saturday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald Monday 20 February 1928, page 13 Headlines 21/2/1928 DEVASTATION BY FLOODS. Northern Towns Under Water, PERIL FROM THE CLARENCE. ABATEMENT IN THE SOUTH. SETTLERS' TERRIFYING EXPERIENCES. BRIDGE WRECKED. DESTRUCTION AT URALLA. URALLA, Monday. LOWER CLARENCE. HOUSES INUNDATED. HEAVIER FLOODS INEVITABLE. MACLEAN, Monday. BRIGHTER OUTLOOK. On the Clarence. RIVERS AND CREEKS FALL. GRAFTON, Monday. DESTRUCTION WROUGHT BY THE FLOOD WATERS IN THE SOUTHERN DISTRICTS. THE DROWNED. SCENE OE HAVOC. DEAD…

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BELLINGER RIVER. BAR NOT NAVIGABLE. URUNGA, Saturday.

20 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 12

…KYOGLE, Saturday. SCENE OF DESOLATION. HOUSES FLOODED. ARMIDALE, Sunday. MACINTYRE FLOODED. GOONDIWINDI, Saturday. MACLEAY RIVER. NORTH COAST ROAD. FLOODED BELOW KEMPSEY. KEMPSEY, Saturday. VICTORIA. Rivers Still Rising. MELBOURNE, Sunday. EXPRESS CHEERED. ARRIVAL AT MELBOURNE. MELBOURNE, Sunday. DAMAGE AT EUGOWRA. SHOPS UNDER WATER. EUGOWRA, Sunday. TORRENTS OF RAIN. GRAFTON'S PLIGHT. GRAFTON, Sunday. WEATHER FORECAST. No Relief Promised. TRAINS DELAYED. Sydney-Melbourne Line. MANY LANDSLIDES. REPAIR GANGS AT WORK. ORANGE FLOODED. DAMAGE TO SHOPS. ORANGE, Sunday. CLOUDBURST. Man Drowned at Lithgow. FLOOD WATER DISAPPEARS DOWN COLLIERY. LITHGOW, Sunday. ROADS IMPASSABLE. GLEN INNES DISTRICT. GLEN INNES, Saturday. MYSTERY OF THE WEATHER. MAIL STEAMERS DELAYED. BELLINGER RIVER. BAR NOT NAVIGABLE. URUNGA, Saturday. STATION HAND DROWNED IN FORBES DISTRICT. FORBES, Saturday. FLOODS IN THE WEST. THE BOGAN AND MACQUARIE. WARREN, Saturday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald Monday 20 February 1928, page 13 Headlines 21/2/1928 DEVASTATION BY FLOODS. Northern Towns Under Water, PERIL FROM THE CLARENCE. ABATEMENT IN THE SOUTH. SETTLERS' TERRIFYING EXPERIENCES. BRIDGE WRECKED. DESTRUCTION AT URALLA. URALLA, Monday. LOWER CLARENCE. HOUSES INUNDATED. HEAVIER FLOODS INEVITABLE. MACLEAN, Monday. BRIGHTER OUTLOOK. On the Clarence. RIVERS AND CREEKS FALL. GRAFTON, Monday. DESTRUCTION WROUGHT BY THE FLOOD WATERS IN THE SOUTHERN DISTRICTS. THE DROWNED. SCENE OE HAVOC. DEAD SHEEP EVERYWHERE. MIDNIGHT RESCUES. AT UNGARIE. HOSPITAL…

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STATION HAND DROWNED IN FORBES DISTRICT. FORBES, Saturday.

20 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 12

…ARMIDALE, Sunday. MACINTYRE FLOODED. GOONDIWINDI, Saturday. MACLEAY RIVER. NORTH COAST ROAD. FLOODED BELOW KEMPSEY. KEMPSEY, Saturday. VICTORIA. Rivers Still Rising. MELBOURNE, Sunday. EXPRESS CHEERED. ARRIVAL AT MELBOURNE. MELBOURNE, Sunday. DAMAGE AT EUGOWRA. SHOPS UNDER WATER. EUGOWRA, Sunday. TORRENTS OF RAIN. GRAFTON'S PLIGHT. GRAFTON, Sunday. WEATHER FORECAST. No Relief Promised. TRAINS DELAYED. Sydney-Melbourne Line. MANY LANDSLIDES. REPAIR GANGS AT WORK. ORANGE FLOODED. DAMAGE TO SHOPS. ORANGE, Sunday. CLOUDBURST. Man Drowned at Lithgow. FLOOD WATER DISAPPEARS DOWN COLLIERY. LITHGOW, Sunday. ROADS IMPASSABLE. GLEN INNES DISTRICT. GLEN INNES, Saturday. MYSTERY OF THE WEATHER. MAIL STEAMERS DELAYED. BELLINGER RIVER. BAR NOT NAVIGABLE. URUNGA, Saturday. STATION HAND DROWNED IN FORBES DISTRICT. FORBES, Saturday. FLOODS IN THE WEST. THE BOGAN AND MACQUARIE. WARREN, Saturday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald Monday 20 February 1928, page 13 Headlines 21/2/1928 DEVASTATION BY FLOODS. Northern Towns Under Water, PERIL FROM THE CLARENCE. ABATEMENT IN THE SOUTH. SETTLERS' TERRIFYING EXPERIENCES. BRIDGE WRECKED. DESTRUCTION AT URALLA. URALLA, Monday. LOWER CLARENCE. HOUSES INUNDATED. HEAVIER FLOODS INEVITABLE. MACLEAN, Monday. BRIGHTER OUTLOOK. On the Clarence. RIVERS AND CREEKS FALL. GRAFTON, Monday. DESTRUCTION WROUGHT BY THE FLOOD WATERS IN THE SOUTHERN DISTRICTS. THE DROWNED. SCENE OE HAVOC. DEAD SHEEP EVERYWHERE. MIDNIGHT RESCUES. AT UNGARIE. HOSPITAL PATIENTS AND STAFF. WEST WYALONG, Monday. MEN DROWNED.…

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FLOODS IN THE WEST. THE BOGAN AND MACQUARIE. WARREN, Saturday.

20 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 12

…NORTH COAST ROAD. FLOODED BELOW KEMPSEY. KEMPSEY, Saturday. VICTORIA. Rivers Still Rising. MELBOURNE, Sunday. EXPRESS CHEERED. ARRIVAL AT MELBOURNE. MELBOURNE, Sunday. DAMAGE AT EUGOWRA. SHOPS UNDER WATER. EUGOWRA, Sunday. TORRENTS OF RAIN. GRAFTON'S PLIGHT. GRAFTON, Sunday. WEATHER FORECAST. No Relief Promised. TRAINS DELAYED. Sydney-Melbourne Line. MANY LANDSLIDES. REPAIR GANGS AT WORK. ORANGE FLOODED. DAMAGE TO SHOPS. ORANGE, Sunday. CLOUDBURST. Man Drowned at Lithgow. FLOOD WATER DISAPPEARS DOWN COLLIERY. LITHGOW, Sunday. ROADS IMPASSABLE. GLEN INNES DISTRICT. GLEN INNES, Saturday. MYSTERY OF THE WEATHER. MAIL STEAMERS DELAYED. BELLINGER RIVER. BAR NOT NAVIGABLE. URUNGA, Saturday. STATION HAND DROWNED IN FORBES DISTRICT. FORBES, Saturday. FLOODS IN THE WEST. THE BOGAN AND MACQUARIE. WARREN, Saturday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald Monday 20 February 1928, page 13 Headlines 21/2/1928 DEVASTATION BY FLOODS. Northern Towns Under Water, PERIL FROM THE CLARENCE. ABATEMENT IN THE SOUTH. SETTLERS' TERRIFYING EXPERIENCES. BRIDGE WRECKED. DESTRUCTION AT URALLA. URALLA, Monday. LOWER CLARENCE. HOUSES INUNDATED. HEAVIER FLOODS INEVITABLE. MACLEAN, Monday. BRIGHTER OUTLOOK. On the Clarence. RIVERS AND CREEKS FALL. GRAFTON, Monday. DESTRUCTION WROUGHT BY THE FLOOD WATERS IN THE SOUTHERN DISTRICTS. THE DROWNED. SCENE OE HAVOC. DEAD SHEEP EVERYWHERE. MIDNIGHT RESCUES. AT UNGARIE. HOSPITAL PATIENTS AND STAFF. WEST WYALONG, Monday. MEN DROWNED. DORRIGO, Monday. FIGHTING THE FLOOD. MURWILLUMBAH DISTRICT. 33 Inches of…

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DEVASTATION BY FLOODS. Northern Towns Under Water, PERIL FROM THE CLARENCE. ABATEMENT IN THE SOUTH. SETTLERS' TERRIFYING EXPERIENCES.

21 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 11

…SHOPS UNDER WATER. EUGOWRA, Sunday. TORRENTS OF RAIN. GRAFTON'S PLIGHT. GRAFTON, Sunday. WEATHER FORECAST. No Relief Promised. TRAINS DELAYED. Sydney-Melbourne Line. MANY LANDSLIDES. REPAIR GANGS AT WORK. ORANGE FLOODED. DAMAGE TO SHOPS. ORANGE, Sunday. CLOUDBURST. Man Drowned at Lithgow. FLOOD WATER DISAPPEARS DOWN COLLIERY. LITHGOW, Sunday. ROADS IMPASSABLE. GLEN INNES DISTRICT. GLEN INNES, Saturday. MYSTERY OF THE WEATHER. MAIL STEAMERS DELAYED. BELLINGER RIVER. BAR NOT NAVIGABLE. URUNGA, Saturday. STATION HAND DROWNED IN FORBES DISTRICT. FORBES, Saturday. FLOODS IN THE WEST. THE BOGAN AND MACQUARIE. WARREN, Saturday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald Monday 20 February 1928, page 13 Headlines 21/2/1928 DEVASTATION BY FLOODS. Northern Towns Under Water, PERIL FROM THE CLARENCE. ABATEMENT IN THE SOUTH. SETTLERS' TERRIFYING EXPERIENCES. BRIDGE WRECKED. DESTRUCTION AT URALLA. URALLA, Monday. LOWER CLARENCE. HOUSES INUNDATED. HEAVIER FLOODS INEVITABLE. MACLEAN, Monday. BRIGHTER OUTLOOK. On the Clarence. RIVERS AND CREEKS FALL. GRAFTON, Monday. DESTRUCTION WROUGHT BY THE FLOOD WATERS IN THE SOUTHERN DISTRICTS. THE DROWNED. SCENE OE HAVOC. DEAD SHEEP EVERYWHERE. MIDNIGHT RESCUES. AT UNGARIE. HOSPITAL PATIENTS AND STAFF. WEST WYALONG, Monday. MEN DROWNED. DORRIGO, Monday. FIGHTING THE FLOOD. MURWILLUMBAH DISTRICT. 33 Inches of Rain in Three Weeks. MURWILLUMBAH. Monday. MURRAY VALLEY. RIVER RISING. ALBURY, Monday. WASHAWAYS. Damage Near Junee. LINES MOVED 100 YARDS. JUNEE, Monday. BREAK IN WEATHER. General Improvement. OFFICIAL FORECAST. NYNGAN'S PLIGHT. FOOD…

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BRIDGE WRECKED. DESTRUCTION AT URALLA. URALLA, Monday.

21 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 11

…DELAYED. Sydney-Melbourne Line. MANY LANDSLIDES. REPAIR GANGS AT WORK. ORANGE FLOODED. DAMAGE TO SHOPS. ORANGE, Sunday. CLOUDBURST. Man Drowned at Lithgow. FLOOD WATER DISAPPEARS DOWN COLLIERY. LITHGOW, Sunday. ROADS IMPASSABLE. GLEN INNES DISTRICT. GLEN INNES, Saturday. MYSTERY OF THE WEATHER. MAIL STEAMERS DELAYED. BELLINGER RIVER. BAR NOT NAVIGABLE. URUNGA, Saturday. STATION HAND DROWNED IN FORBES DISTRICT. FORBES, Saturday. FLOODS IN THE WEST. THE BOGAN AND MACQUARIE. WARREN, Saturday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald Monday 20 February 1928, page 13 Headlines 21/2/1928 DEVASTATION BY FLOODS. Northern Towns Under Water, PERIL FROM THE CLARENCE. ABATEMENT IN THE SOUTH. SETTLERS' TERRIFYING EXPERIENCES. BRIDGE WRECKED. DESTRUCTION AT URALLA. URALLA, Monday. LOWER CLARENCE. HOUSES INUNDATED. HEAVIER FLOODS INEVITABLE. MACLEAN, Monday. BRIGHTER OUTLOOK. On the Clarence. RIVERS AND CREEKS FALL. GRAFTON, Monday. DESTRUCTION WROUGHT BY THE FLOOD WATERS IN THE SOUTHERN DISTRICTS. THE DROWNED. SCENE OE HAVOC. DEAD SHEEP EVERYWHERE. MIDNIGHT RESCUES. AT UNGARIE. HOSPITAL PATIENTS AND STAFF. WEST WYALONG, Monday. MEN DROWNED. DORRIGO, Monday. FIGHTING THE FLOOD. MURWILLUMBAH DISTRICT. 33 Inches of Rain in Three Weeks. MURWILLUMBAH. Monday. MURRAY VALLEY. RIVER RISING. ALBURY, Monday. WASHAWAYS. Damage Near Junee. LINES MOVED 100 YARDS. JUNEE, Monday. BREAK IN WEATHER. General Improvement. OFFICIAL FORECAST. NYNGAN'S PLIGHT. FOOD SHORTAGE. FAMILY RESCUED. GREAT PRIVATIONS. COLLAPSE OF…

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LOWER CLARENCE. HOUSES INUNDATED. HEAVIER FLOODS INEVITABLE. MACLEAN, Monday.

21 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 11

…AT WORK. ORANGE FLOODED. DAMAGE TO SHOPS. ORANGE, Sunday. CLOUDBURST. Man Drowned at Lithgow. FLOOD WATER DISAPPEARS DOWN COLLIERY. LITHGOW, Sunday. ROADS IMPASSABLE. GLEN INNES DISTRICT. GLEN INNES, Saturday. MYSTERY OF THE WEATHER. MAIL STEAMERS DELAYED. BELLINGER RIVER. BAR NOT NAVIGABLE. URUNGA, Saturday. STATION HAND DROWNED IN FORBES DISTRICT. FORBES, Saturday. FLOODS IN THE WEST. THE BOGAN AND MACQUARIE. WARREN, Saturday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald Monday 20 February 1928, page 13 Headlines 21/2/1928 DEVASTATION BY FLOODS. Northern Towns Under Water, PERIL FROM THE CLARENCE. ABATEMENT IN THE SOUTH. SETTLERS' TERRIFYING EXPERIENCES. BRIDGE WRECKED. DESTRUCTION AT URALLA. URALLA, Monday. LOWER CLARENCE. HOUSES INUNDATED. HEAVIER FLOODS INEVITABLE. MACLEAN, Monday. BRIGHTER OUTLOOK. On the Clarence. RIVERS AND CREEKS FALL. GRAFTON, Monday. DESTRUCTION WROUGHT BY THE FLOOD WATERS IN THE SOUTHERN DISTRICTS. THE DROWNED. SCENE OE HAVOC. DEAD SHEEP EVERYWHERE. MIDNIGHT RESCUES. AT UNGARIE. HOSPITAL PATIENTS AND STAFF. WEST WYALONG, Monday. MEN DROWNED. DORRIGO, Monday. FIGHTING THE FLOOD. MURWILLUMBAH DISTRICT. 33 Inches of Rain in Three Weeks. MURWILLUMBAH. Monday. MURRAY VALLEY. RIVER RISING. ALBURY, Monday. WASHAWAYS. Damage Near Junee. LINES MOVED 100 YARDS. JUNEE, Monday. BREAK IN WEATHER. General Improvement. OFFICIAL FORECAST. NYNGAN'S PLIGHT. FOOD SHORTAGE. FAMILY RESCUED. GREAT PRIVATIONS. COLLAPSE OF MOTHER. NYNGAN, Monday. DORRIGO PLATEAU. 19 INCHES OF RAIN…

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BRIGHTER OUTLOOK. On the Clarence. RIVERS AND CREEKS FALL. GRAFTON, Monday.

21 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 11

…CLOUDBURST. Man Drowned at Lithgow. FLOOD WATER DISAPPEARS DOWN COLLIERY. LITHGOW, Sunday. ROADS IMPASSABLE. GLEN INNES DISTRICT. GLEN INNES, Saturday. MYSTERY OF THE WEATHER. MAIL STEAMERS DELAYED. BELLINGER RIVER. BAR NOT NAVIGABLE. URUNGA, Saturday. STATION HAND DROWNED IN FORBES DISTRICT. FORBES, Saturday. FLOODS IN THE WEST. THE BOGAN AND MACQUARIE. WARREN, Saturday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald Monday 20 February 1928, page 13 Headlines 21/2/1928 DEVASTATION BY FLOODS. Northern Towns Under Water, PERIL FROM THE CLARENCE. ABATEMENT IN THE SOUTH. SETTLERS' TERRIFYING EXPERIENCES. BRIDGE WRECKED. DESTRUCTION AT URALLA. URALLA, Monday. LOWER CLARENCE. HOUSES INUNDATED. HEAVIER FLOODS INEVITABLE. MACLEAN, Monday. BRIGHTER OUTLOOK. On the Clarence. RIVERS AND CREEKS FALL. GRAFTON, Monday. DESTRUCTION WROUGHT BY THE FLOOD WATERS IN THE SOUTHERN DISTRICTS. THE DROWNED. SCENE OE HAVOC. DEAD SHEEP EVERYWHERE. MIDNIGHT RESCUES. AT UNGARIE. HOSPITAL PATIENTS AND STAFF. WEST WYALONG, Monday. MEN DROWNED. DORRIGO, Monday. FIGHTING THE FLOOD. MURWILLUMBAH DISTRICT. 33 Inches of Rain in Three Weeks. MURWILLUMBAH. Monday. MURRAY VALLEY. RIVER RISING. ALBURY, Monday. WASHAWAYS. Damage Near Junee. LINES MOVED 100 YARDS. JUNEE, Monday. BREAK IN WEATHER. General Improvement. OFFICIAL FORECAST. NYNGAN'S PLIGHT. FOOD SHORTAGE. FAMILY RESCUED. GREAT PRIVATIONS. COLLAPSE OF MOTHER. NYNGAN, Monday. DORRIGO PLATEAU. 19 INCHES OF RAIN IN WEEK. DORRIGO, Monday. THE WOLLONDILLY. GOULBURN, Monday. RESULT OF THE…

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DESTRUCTION WROUGHT BY THE FLOOD WATERS IN THE SOUTHERN DISTRICTS.

21 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 14

…Sunday. ROADS IMPASSABLE. GLEN INNES DISTRICT. GLEN INNES, Saturday. MYSTERY OF THE WEATHER. MAIL STEAMERS DELAYED. BELLINGER RIVER. BAR NOT NAVIGABLE. URUNGA, Saturday. STATION HAND DROWNED IN FORBES DISTRICT. FORBES, Saturday. FLOODS IN THE WEST. THE BOGAN AND MACQUARIE. WARREN, Saturday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald Monday 20 February 1928, page 13 Headlines 21/2/1928 DEVASTATION BY FLOODS. Northern Towns Under Water, PERIL FROM THE CLARENCE. ABATEMENT IN THE SOUTH. SETTLERS' TERRIFYING EXPERIENCES. BRIDGE WRECKED. DESTRUCTION AT URALLA. URALLA, Monday. LOWER CLARENCE. HOUSES INUNDATED. HEAVIER FLOODS INEVITABLE. MACLEAN, Monday. BRIGHTER OUTLOOK. On the Clarence. RIVERS AND CREEKS FALL. GRAFTON, Monday. DESTRUCTION WROUGHT BY THE FLOOD WATERS IN THE SOUTHERN DISTRICTS. THE DROWNED. SCENE OE HAVOC. DEAD SHEEP EVERYWHERE. MIDNIGHT RESCUES. AT UNGARIE. HOSPITAL PATIENTS AND STAFF. WEST WYALONG, Monday. MEN DROWNED. DORRIGO, Monday. FIGHTING THE FLOOD. MURWILLUMBAH DISTRICT. 33 Inches of Rain in Three Weeks. MURWILLUMBAH. Monday. MURRAY VALLEY. RIVER RISING. ALBURY, Monday. WASHAWAYS. Damage Near Junee. LINES MOVED 100 YARDS. JUNEE, Monday. BREAK IN WEATHER. General Improvement. OFFICIAL FORECAST. NYNGAN'S PLIGHT. FOOD SHORTAGE. FAMILY RESCUED. GREAT PRIVATIONS. COLLAPSE OF MOTHER. NYNGAN, Monday. DORRIGO PLATEAU. 19 INCHES OF RAIN IN WEEK. DORRIGO, Monday. THE WOLLONDILLY. GOULBURN, Monday. RESULT OF THE FLOOD AT JUNEE. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Tuesday…

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THE DROWNED.

21 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 12

…OF THE WEATHER. MAIL STEAMERS DELAYED. BELLINGER RIVER. BAR NOT NAVIGABLE. URUNGA, Saturday. STATION HAND DROWNED IN FORBES DISTRICT. FORBES, Saturday. FLOODS IN THE WEST. THE BOGAN AND MACQUARIE. WARREN, Saturday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald Monday 20 February 1928, page 13 Headlines 21/2/1928 DEVASTATION BY FLOODS. Northern Towns Under Water, PERIL FROM THE CLARENCE. ABATEMENT IN THE SOUTH. SETTLERS' TERRIFYING EXPERIENCES. BRIDGE WRECKED. DESTRUCTION AT URALLA. URALLA, Monday. LOWER CLARENCE. HOUSES INUNDATED. HEAVIER FLOODS INEVITABLE. MACLEAN, Monday. BRIGHTER OUTLOOK. On the Clarence. RIVERS AND CREEKS FALL. GRAFTON, Monday. DESTRUCTION WROUGHT BY THE FLOOD WATERS IN THE SOUTHERN DISTRICTS. THE DROWNED. SCENE OE HAVOC. DEAD SHEEP EVERYWHERE. MIDNIGHT RESCUES. AT UNGARIE. HOSPITAL PATIENTS AND STAFF. WEST WYALONG, Monday. MEN DROWNED. DORRIGO, Monday. FIGHTING THE FLOOD. MURWILLUMBAH DISTRICT. 33 Inches of Rain in Three Weeks. MURWILLUMBAH. Monday. MURRAY VALLEY. RIVER RISING. ALBURY, Monday. WASHAWAYS. Damage Near Junee. LINES MOVED 100 YARDS. JUNEE, Monday. BREAK IN WEATHER. General Improvement. OFFICIAL FORECAST. NYNGAN'S PLIGHT. FOOD SHORTAGE. FAMILY RESCUED. GREAT PRIVATIONS. COLLAPSE OF MOTHER. NYNGAN, Monday. DORRIGO PLATEAU. 19 INCHES OF RAIN IN WEEK. DORRIGO, Monday. THE WOLLONDILLY. GOULBURN, Monday. RESULT OF THE FLOOD AT JUNEE. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Tuesday 21 February…

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SCENE OE HAVOC. DEAD SHEEP EVERYWHERE.

21 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 12

…WEATHER. MAIL STEAMERS DELAYED. BELLINGER RIVER. BAR NOT NAVIGABLE. URUNGA, Saturday. STATION HAND DROWNED IN FORBES DISTRICT. FORBES, Saturday. FLOODS IN THE WEST. THE BOGAN AND MACQUARIE. WARREN, Saturday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald Monday 20 February 1928, page 13 Headlines 21/2/1928 DEVASTATION BY FLOODS. Northern Towns Under Water, PERIL FROM THE CLARENCE. ABATEMENT IN THE SOUTH. SETTLERS' TERRIFYING EXPERIENCES. BRIDGE WRECKED. DESTRUCTION AT URALLA. URALLA, Monday. LOWER CLARENCE. HOUSES INUNDATED. HEAVIER FLOODS INEVITABLE. MACLEAN, Monday. BRIGHTER OUTLOOK. On the Clarence. RIVERS AND CREEKS FALL. GRAFTON, Monday. DESTRUCTION WROUGHT BY THE FLOOD WATERS IN THE SOUTHERN DISTRICTS. THE DROWNED. SCENE OE HAVOC. DEAD SHEEP EVERYWHERE. MIDNIGHT RESCUES. AT UNGARIE. HOSPITAL PATIENTS AND STAFF. WEST WYALONG, Monday. MEN DROWNED. DORRIGO, Monday. FIGHTING THE FLOOD. MURWILLUMBAH DISTRICT. 33 Inches of Rain in Three Weeks. MURWILLUMBAH. Monday. MURRAY VALLEY. RIVER RISING. ALBURY, Monday. WASHAWAYS. Damage Near Junee. LINES MOVED 100 YARDS. JUNEE, Monday. BREAK IN WEATHER. General Improvement. OFFICIAL FORECAST. NYNGAN'S PLIGHT. FOOD SHORTAGE. FAMILY RESCUED. GREAT PRIVATIONS. COLLAPSE OF MOTHER. NYNGAN, Monday. DORRIGO PLATEAU. 19 INCHES OF RAIN IN WEEK. DORRIGO, Monday. THE WOLLONDILLY. GOULBURN, Monday. RESULT OF THE FLOOD AT JUNEE. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Tuesday 21 February 1928, page 15 Headlines 22/1/1928 SERIOUS…

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MIDNIGHT RESCUES. AT UNGARIE. HOSPITAL PATIENTS AND STAFF. WEST WYALONG, Monday.

21 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 12

…BAR NOT NAVIGABLE. URUNGA, Saturday. STATION HAND DROWNED IN FORBES DISTRICT. FORBES, Saturday. FLOODS IN THE WEST. THE BOGAN AND MACQUARIE. WARREN, Saturday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald Monday 20 February 1928, page 13 Headlines 21/2/1928 DEVASTATION BY FLOODS. Northern Towns Under Water, PERIL FROM THE CLARENCE. ABATEMENT IN THE SOUTH. SETTLERS' TERRIFYING EXPERIENCES. BRIDGE WRECKED. DESTRUCTION AT URALLA. URALLA, Monday. LOWER CLARENCE. HOUSES INUNDATED. HEAVIER FLOODS INEVITABLE. MACLEAN, Monday. BRIGHTER OUTLOOK. On the Clarence. RIVERS AND CREEKS FALL. GRAFTON, Monday. DESTRUCTION WROUGHT BY THE FLOOD WATERS IN THE SOUTHERN DISTRICTS. THE DROWNED. SCENE OE HAVOC. DEAD SHEEP EVERYWHERE. MIDNIGHT RESCUES. AT UNGARIE. HOSPITAL PATIENTS AND STAFF. WEST WYALONG, Monday. MEN DROWNED. DORRIGO, Monday. FIGHTING THE FLOOD. MURWILLUMBAH DISTRICT. 33 Inches of Rain in Three Weeks. MURWILLUMBAH. Monday. MURRAY VALLEY. RIVER RISING. ALBURY, Monday. WASHAWAYS. Damage Near Junee. LINES MOVED 100 YARDS. JUNEE, Monday. BREAK IN WEATHER. General Improvement. OFFICIAL FORECAST. NYNGAN'S PLIGHT. FOOD SHORTAGE. FAMILY RESCUED. GREAT PRIVATIONS. COLLAPSE OF MOTHER. NYNGAN, Monday. DORRIGO PLATEAU. 19 INCHES OF RAIN IN WEEK. DORRIGO, Monday. THE WOLLONDILLY. GOULBURN, Monday. RESULT OF THE FLOOD AT JUNEE. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Tuesday 21 February 1928, page 15 Headlines 22/1/1928 SERIOUS PLIGHT. Nyngan Endangered. CRISIS EXPECTED TO-DAY. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) DUB[?]O,…

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MEN DROWNED. DORRIGO, Monday.

21 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 11

…FORBES, Saturday. FLOODS IN THE WEST. THE BOGAN AND MACQUARIE. WARREN, Saturday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald Monday 20 February 1928, page 13 Headlines 21/2/1928 DEVASTATION BY FLOODS. Northern Towns Under Water, PERIL FROM THE CLARENCE. ABATEMENT IN THE SOUTH. SETTLERS' TERRIFYING EXPERIENCES. BRIDGE WRECKED. DESTRUCTION AT URALLA. URALLA, Monday. LOWER CLARENCE. HOUSES INUNDATED. HEAVIER FLOODS INEVITABLE. MACLEAN, Monday. BRIGHTER OUTLOOK. On the Clarence. RIVERS AND CREEKS FALL. GRAFTON, Monday. DESTRUCTION WROUGHT BY THE FLOOD WATERS IN THE SOUTHERN DISTRICTS. THE DROWNED. SCENE OE HAVOC. DEAD SHEEP EVERYWHERE. MIDNIGHT RESCUES. AT UNGARIE. HOSPITAL PATIENTS AND STAFF. WEST WYALONG, Monday. MEN DROWNED. DORRIGO, Monday. FIGHTING THE FLOOD. MURWILLUMBAH DISTRICT. 33 Inches of Rain in Three Weeks. MURWILLUMBAH. Monday. MURRAY VALLEY. RIVER RISING. ALBURY, Monday. WASHAWAYS. Damage Near Junee. LINES MOVED 100 YARDS. JUNEE, Monday. BREAK IN WEATHER. General Improvement. OFFICIAL FORECAST. NYNGAN'S PLIGHT. FOOD SHORTAGE. FAMILY RESCUED. GREAT PRIVATIONS. COLLAPSE OF MOTHER. NYNGAN, Monday. DORRIGO PLATEAU. 19 INCHES OF RAIN IN WEEK. DORRIGO, Monday. THE WOLLONDILLY. GOULBURN, Monday. RESULT OF THE FLOOD AT JUNEE. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Tuesday 21 February 1928, page 15 Headlines 22/1/1928 SERIOUS PLIGHT. Nyngan Endangered. CRISIS EXPECTED TO-DAY. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) DUB[?]O, Tuesday. FLOODED AREAS. Signs…

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FIGHTING THE FLOOD. MURWILLUMBAH DISTRICT. 33 Inches of Rain in Three Weeks. MURWILLUMBAH. Monday.

21 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 11

…THE WEST. THE BOGAN AND MACQUARIE. WARREN, Saturday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald Monday 20 February 1928, page 13 Headlines 21/2/1928 DEVASTATION BY FLOODS. Northern Towns Under Water, PERIL FROM THE CLARENCE. ABATEMENT IN THE SOUTH. SETTLERS' TERRIFYING EXPERIENCES. BRIDGE WRECKED. DESTRUCTION AT URALLA. URALLA, Monday. LOWER CLARENCE. HOUSES INUNDATED. HEAVIER FLOODS INEVITABLE. MACLEAN, Monday. BRIGHTER OUTLOOK. On the Clarence. RIVERS AND CREEKS FALL. GRAFTON, Monday. DESTRUCTION WROUGHT BY THE FLOOD WATERS IN THE SOUTHERN DISTRICTS. THE DROWNED. SCENE OE HAVOC. DEAD SHEEP EVERYWHERE. MIDNIGHT RESCUES. AT UNGARIE. HOSPITAL PATIENTS AND STAFF. WEST WYALONG, Monday. MEN DROWNED. DORRIGO, Monday. FIGHTING THE FLOOD. MURWILLUMBAH DISTRICT. 33 Inches of Rain in Three Weeks. MURWILLUMBAH. Monday. MURRAY VALLEY. RIVER RISING. ALBURY, Monday. WASHAWAYS. Damage Near Junee. LINES MOVED 100 YARDS. JUNEE, Monday. BREAK IN WEATHER. General Improvement. OFFICIAL FORECAST. NYNGAN'S PLIGHT. FOOD SHORTAGE. FAMILY RESCUED. GREAT PRIVATIONS. COLLAPSE OF MOTHER. NYNGAN, Monday. DORRIGO PLATEAU. 19 INCHES OF RAIN IN WEEK. DORRIGO, Monday. THE WOLLONDILLY. GOULBURN, Monday. RESULT OF THE FLOOD AT JUNEE. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Tuesday 21 February 1928, page 15 Headlines 22/1/1928 SERIOUS PLIGHT. Nyngan Endangered. CRISIS EXPECTED TO-DAY. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) DUB[?]O, Tuesday. FLOODED AREAS. Signs of Great Havoc. WATER POLICE FOR NYNGAN. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) ORANGE. Tuesday. RAILWAY…

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MURRAY VALLEY. RIVER RISING. ALBURY, Monday.

21 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 12

…Monday 20 February 1928, page 13 Headlines 21/2/1928 DEVASTATION BY FLOODS. Northern Towns Under Water, PERIL FROM THE CLARENCE. ABATEMENT IN THE SOUTH. SETTLERS' TERRIFYING EXPERIENCES. BRIDGE WRECKED. DESTRUCTION AT URALLA. URALLA, Monday. LOWER CLARENCE. HOUSES INUNDATED. HEAVIER FLOODS INEVITABLE. MACLEAN, Monday. BRIGHTER OUTLOOK. On the Clarence. RIVERS AND CREEKS FALL. GRAFTON, Monday. DESTRUCTION WROUGHT BY THE FLOOD WATERS IN THE SOUTHERN DISTRICTS. THE DROWNED. SCENE OE HAVOC. DEAD SHEEP EVERYWHERE. MIDNIGHT RESCUES. AT UNGARIE. HOSPITAL PATIENTS AND STAFF. WEST WYALONG, Monday. MEN DROWNED. DORRIGO, Monday. FIGHTING THE FLOOD. MURWILLUMBAH DISTRICT. 33 Inches of Rain in Three Weeks. MURWILLUMBAH. Monday. MURRAY VALLEY. RIVER RISING. ALBURY, Monday. WASHAWAYS. Damage Near Junee. LINES MOVED 100 YARDS. JUNEE, Monday. BREAK IN WEATHER. General Improvement. OFFICIAL FORECAST. NYNGAN'S PLIGHT. FOOD SHORTAGE. FAMILY RESCUED. GREAT PRIVATIONS. COLLAPSE OF MOTHER. NYNGAN, Monday. DORRIGO PLATEAU. 19 INCHES OF RAIN IN WEEK. DORRIGO, Monday. THE WOLLONDILLY. GOULBURN, Monday. RESULT OF THE FLOOD AT JUNEE. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Tuesday 21 February 1928, page 15 Headlines 22/1/1928 SERIOUS PLIGHT. Nyngan Endangered. CRISIS EXPECTED TO-DAY. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) DUB[?]O, Tuesday. FLOODED AREAS. Signs of Great Havoc. WATER POLICE FOR NYNGAN. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) ORANGE. Tuesday. RAILWAY MENACED. BY MIRROOL CREEK. JUNEE, Tuesday.…

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WASHAWAYS. Damage Near Junee. LINES MOVED 100 YARDS. JUNEE, Monday.

21 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 12

…Headlines 21/2/1928 DEVASTATION BY FLOODS. Northern Towns Under Water, PERIL FROM THE CLARENCE. ABATEMENT IN THE SOUTH. SETTLERS' TERRIFYING EXPERIENCES. BRIDGE WRECKED. DESTRUCTION AT URALLA. URALLA, Monday. LOWER CLARENCE. HOUSES INUNDATED. HEAVIER FLOODS INEVITABLE. MACLEAN, Monday. BRIGHTER OUTLOOK. On the Clarence. RIVERS AND CREEKS FALL. GRAFTON, Monday. DESTRUCTION WROUGHT BY THE FLOOD WATERS IN THE SOUTHERN DISTRICTS. THE DROWNED. SCENE OE HAVOC. DEAD SHEEP EVERYWHERE. MIDNIGHT RESCUES. AT UNGARIE. HOSPITAL PATIENTS AND STAFF. WEST WYALONG, Monday. MEN DROWNED. DORRIGO, Monday. FIGHTING THE FLOOD. MURWILLUMBAH DISTRICT. 33 Inches of Rain in Three Weeks. MURWILLUMBAH. Monday. MURRAY VALLEY. RIVER RISING. ALBURY, Monday. WASHAWAYS. Damage Near Junee. LINES MOVED 100 YARDS. JUNEE, Monday. BREAK IN WEATHER. General Improvement. OFFICIAL FORECAST. NYNGAN'S PLIGHT. FOOD SHORTAGE. FAMILY RESCUED. GREAT PRIVATIONS. COLLAPSE OF MOTHER. NYNGAN, Monday. DORRIGO PLATEAU. 19 INCHES OF RAIN IN WEEK. DORRIGO, Monday. THE WOLLONDILLY. GOULBURN, Monday. RESULT OF THE FLOOD AT JUNEE. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Tuesday 21 February 1928, page 15 Headlines 22/1/1928 SERIOUS PLIGHT. Nyngan Endangered. CRISIS EXPECTED TO-DAY. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) DUB[?]O, Tuesday. FLOODED AREAS. Signs of Great Havoc. WATER POLICE FOR NYNGAN. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) ORANGE. Tuesday. RAILWAY MENACED. BY MIRROOL CREEK. JUNEE, Tuesday. BELLINGEN RIVER. URUNGA, Tuesday. LITHGOW MINES. Fear of Flooding. WATER…

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BREAK IN WEATHER. General Improvement. OFFICIAL FORECAST.

21 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 12

…FROM THE CLARENCE. ABATEMENT IN THE SOUTH. SETTLERS' TERRIFYING EXPERIENCES. BRIDGE WRECKED. DESTRUCTION AT URALLA. URALLA, Monday. LOWER CLARENCE. HOUSES INUNDATED. HEAVIER FLOODS INEVITABLE. MACLEAN, Monday. BRIGHTER OUTLOOK. On the Clarence. RIVERS AND CREEKS FALL. GRAFTON, Monday. DESTRUCTION WROUGHT BY THE FLOOD WATERS IN THE SOUTHERN DISTRICTS. THE DROWNED. SCENE OE HAVOC. DEAD SHEEP EVERYWHERE. MIDNIGHT RESCUES. AT UNGARIE. HOSPITAL PATIENTS AND STAFF. WEST WYALONG, Monday. MEN DROWNED. DORRIGO, Monday. FIGHTING THE FLOOD. MURWILLUMBAH DISTRICT. 33 Inches of Rain in Three Weeks. MURWILLUMBAH. Monday. MURRAY VALLEY. RIVER RISING. ALBURY, Monday. WASHAWAYS. Damage Near Junee. LINES MOVED 100 YARDS. JUNEE, Monday. BREAK IN WEATHER. General Improvement. OFFICIAL FORECAST. NYNGAN'S PLIGHT. FOOD SHORTAGE. FAMILY RESCUED. GREAT PRIVATIONS. COLLAPSE OF MOTHER. NYNGAN, Monday. DORRIGO PLATEAU. 19 INCHES OF RAIN IN WEEK. DORRIGO, Monday. THE WOLLONDILLY. GOULBURN, Monday. RESULT OF THE FLOOD AT JUNEE. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Tuesday 21 February 1928, page 15 Headlines 22/1/1928 SERIOUS PLIGHT. Nyngan Endangered. CRISIS EXPECTED TO-DAY. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) DUB[?]O, Tuesday. FLOODED AREAS. Signs of Great Havoc. WATER POLICE FOR NYNGAN. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) ORANGE. Tuesday. RAILWAY MENACED. BY MIRROOL CREEK. JUNEE, Tuesday. BELLINGEN RIVER. URUNGA, Tuesday. LITHGOW MINES. Fear of Flooding. WATER POURING INTO COBAR. LITHGOW, Tuesday. MACLEAY OVERFLOWS.…

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NYNGAN'S PLIGHT. FOOD SHORTAGE.

21 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 12

…SETTLERS' TERRIFYING EXPERIENCES. BRIDGE WRECKED. DESTRUCTION AT URALLA. URALLA, Monday. LOWER CLARENCE. HOUSES INUNDATED. HEAVIER FLOODS INEVITABLE. MACLEAN, Monday. BRIGHTER OUTLOOK. On the Clarence. RIVERS AND CREEKS FALL. GRAFTON, Monday. DESTRUCTION WROUGHT BY THE FLOOD WATERS IN THE SOUTHERN DISTRICTS. THE DROWNED. SCENE OE HAVOC. DEAD SHEEP EVERYWHERE. MIDNIGHT RESCUES. AT UNGARIE. HOSPITAL PATIENTS AND STAFF. WEST WYALONG, Monday. MEN DROWNED. DORRIGO, Monday. FIGHTING THE FLOOD. MURWILLUMBAH DISTRICT. 33 Inches of Rain in Three Weeks. MURWILLUMBAH. Monday. MURRAY VALLEY. RIVER RISING. ALBURY, Monday. WASHAWAYS. Damage Near Junee. LINES MOVED 100 YARDS. JUNEE, Monday. BREAK IN WEATHER. General Improvement. OFFICIAL FORECAST. NYNGAN'S PLIGHT. FOOD SHORTAGE. FAMILY RESCUED. GREAT PRIVATIONS. COLLAPSE OF MOTHER. NYNGAN, Monday. DORRIGO PLATEAU. 19 INCHES OF RAIN IN WEEK. DORRIGO, Monday. THE WOLLONDILLY. GOULBURN, Monday. RESULT OF THE FLOOD AT JUNEE. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Tuesday 21 February 1928, page 15 Headlines 22/1/1928 SERIOUS PLIGHT. Nyngan Endangered. CRISIS EXPECTED TO-DAY. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) DUB[?]O, Tuesday. FLOODED AREAS. Signs of Great Havoc. WATER POLICE FOR NYNGAN. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) ORANGE. Tuesday. RAILWAY MENACED. BY MIRROOL CREEK. JUNEE, Tuesday. BELLINGEN RIVER. URUNGA, Tuesday. LITHGOW MINES. Fear of Flooding. WATER POURING INTO COBAR. LITHGOW, Tuesday. MACLEAY OVERFLOWS. FARMS FLOODED. ARDUOUS TRAVEL.…

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FAMILY RESCUED. GREAT PRIVATIONS. COLLAPSE OF MOTHER. NYNGAN, Monday.

21 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 12

…WRECKED. DESTRUCTION AT URALLA. URALLA, Monday. LOWER CLARENCE. HOUSES INUNDATED. HEAVIER FLOODS INEVITABLE. MACLEAN, Monday. BRIGHTER OUTLOOK. On the Clarence. RIVERS AND CREEKS FALL. GRAFTON, Monday. DESTRUCTION WROUGHT BY THE FLOOD WATERS IN THE SOUTHERN DISTRICTS. THE DROWNED. SCENE OE HAVOC. DEAD SHEEP EVERYWHERE. MIDNIGHT RESCUES. AT UNGARIE. HOSPITAL PATIENTS AND STAFF. WEST WYALONG, Monday. MEN DROWNED. DORRIGO, Monday. FIGHTING THE FLOOD. MURWILLUMBAH DISTRICT. 33 Inches of Rain in Three Weeks. MURWILLUMBAH. Monday. MURRAY VALLEY. RIVER RISING. ALBURY, Monday. WASHAWAYS. Damage Near Junee. LINES MOVED 100 YARDS. JUNEE, Monday. BREAK IN WEATHER. General Improvement. OFFICIAL FORECAST. NYNGAN'S PLIGHT. FOOD SHORTAGE. FAMILY RESCUED. GREAT PRIVATIONS. COLLAPSE OF MOTHER. NYNGAN, Monday. DORRIGO PLATEAU. 19 INCHES OF RAIN IN WEEK. DORRIGO, Monday. THE WOLLONDILLY. GOULBURN, Monday. RESULT OF THE FLOOD AT JUNEE. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Tuesday 21 February 1928, page 15 Headlines 22/1/1928 SERIOUS PLIGHT. Nyngan Endangered. CRISIS EXPECTED TO-DAY. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) DUB[?]O, Tuesday. FLOODED AREAS. Signs of Great Havoc. WATER POLICE FOR NYNGAN. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) ORANGE. Tuesday. RAILWAY MENACED. BY MIRROOL CREEK. JUNEE, Tuesday. BELLINGEN RIVER. URUNGA, Tuesday. LITHGOW MINES. Fear of Flooding. WATER POURING INTO COBAR. LITHGOW, Tuesday. MACLEAY OVERFLOWS. FARMS FLOODED. ARDUOUS TRAVEL. GLEN INNES DISTRICT. ROADS SEVERELY DAMAGED. GLEN INNES. Tuesday.…

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DORRIGO PLATEAU. 19 INCHES OF RAIN IN WEEK. DORRIGO, Monday.

21 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 12

…INUNDATED. HEAVIER FLOODS INEVITABLE. MACLEAN, Monday. BRIGHTER OUTLOOK. On the Clarence. RIVERS AND CREEKS FALL. GRAFTON, Monday. DESTRUCTION WROUGHT BY THE FLOOD WATERS IN THE SOUTHERN DISTRICTS. THE DROWNED. SCENE OE HAVOC. DEAD SHEEP EVERYWHERE. MIDNIGHT RESCUES. AT UNGARIE. HOSPITAL PATIENTS AND STAFF. WEST WYALONG, Monday. MEN DROWNED. DORRIGO, Monday. FIGHTING THE FLOOD. MURWILLUMBAH DISTRICT. 33 Inches of Rain in Three Weeks. MURWILLUMBAH. Monday. MURRAY VALLEY. RIVER RISING. ALBURY, Monday. WASHAWAYS. Damage Near Junee. LINES MOVED 100 YARDS. JUNEE, Monday. BREAK IN WEATHER. General Improvement. OFFICIAL FORECAST. NYNGAN'S PLIGHT. FOOD SHORTAGE. FAMILY RESCUED. GREAT PRIVATIONS. COLLAPSE OF MOTHER. NYNGAN, Monday. DORRIGO PLATEAU. 19 INCHES OF RAIN IN WEEK. DORRIGO, Monday. THE WOLLONDILLY. GOULBURN, Monday. RESULT OF THE FLOOD AT JUNEE. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Tuesday 21 February 1928, page 15 Headlines 22/1/1928 SERIOUS PLIGHT. Nyngan Endangered. CRISIS EXPECTED TO-DAY. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) DUB[?]O, Tuesday. FLOODED AREAS. Signs of Great Havoc. WATER POLICE FOR NYNGAN. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) ORANGE. Tuesday. RAILWAY MENACED. BY MIRROOL CREEK. JUNEE, Tuesday. BELLINGEN RIVER. URUNGA, Tuesday. LITHGOW MINES. Fear of Flooding. WATER POURING INTO COBAR. LITHGOW, Tuesday. MACLEAY OVERFLOWS. FARMS FLOODED. ARDUOUS TRAVEL. GLEN INNES DISTRICT. ROADS SEVERELY DAMAGED. GLEN INNES. Tuesday. WATER THROUGH WINDOWS. WEST WYALONG, Tuesday. TOLL OF THE FLOODS.…

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THE WOLLONDILLY. GOULBURN, Monday.

21 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 12

…Clarence. RIVERS AND CREEKS FALL. GRAFTON, Monday. DESTRUCTION WROUGHT BY THE FLOOD WATERS IN THE SOUTHERN DISTRICTS. THE DROWNED. SCENE OE HAVOC. DEAD SHEEP EVERYWHERE. MIDNIGHT RESCUES. AT UNGARIE. HOSPITAL PATIENTS AND STAFF. WEST WYALONG, Monday. MEN DROWNED. DORRIGO, Monday. FIGHTING THE FLOOD. MURWILLUMBAH DISTRICT. 33 Inches of Rain in Three Weeks. MURWILLUMBAH. Monday. MURRAY VALLEY. RIVER RISING. ALBURY, Monday. WASHAWAYS. Damage Near Junee. LINES MOVED 100 YARDS. JUNEE, Monday. BREAK IN WEATHER. General Improvement. OFFICIAL FORECAST. NYNGAN'S PLIGHT. FOOD SHORTAGE. FAMILY RESCUED. GREAT PRIVATIONS. COLLAPSE OF MOTHER. NYNGAN, Monday. DORRIGO PLATEAU. 19 INCHES OF RAIN IN WEEK. DORRIGO, Monday. THE WOLLONDILLY. GOULBURN, Monday. RESULT OF THE FLOOD AT JUNEE. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Tuesday 21 February 1928, page 15 Headlines 22/1/1928 SERIOUS PLIGHT. Nyngan Endangered. CRISIS EXPECTED TO-DAY. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) DUB[?]O, Tuesday. FLOODED AREAS. Signs of Great Havoc. WATER POLICE FOR NYNGAN. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) ORANGE. Tuesday. RAILWAY MENACED. BY MIRROOL CREEK. JUNEE, Tuesday. BELLINGEN RIVER. URUNGA, Tuesday. LITHGOW MINES. Fear of Flooding. WATER POURING INTO COBAR. LITHGOW, Tuesday. MACLEAY OVERFLOWS. FARMS FLOODED. ARDUOUS TRAVEL. GLEN INNES DISTRICT. ROADS SEVERELY DAMAGED. GLEN INNES. Tuesday. WATER THROUGH WINDOWS. WEST WYALONG, Tuesday. TOLL OF THE FLOODS. £500,000 Damage at Grafton.…

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RESULT OF THE FLOOD AT JUNEE.

21 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 12

…FALL. GRAFTON, Monday. DESTRUCTION WROUGHT BY THE FLOOD WATERS IN THE SOUTHERN DISTRICTS. THE DROWNED. SCENE OE HAVOC. DEAD SHEEP EVERYWHERE. MIDNIGHT RESCUES. AT UNGARIE. HOSPITAL PATIENTS AND STAFF. WEST WYALONG, Monday. MEN DROWNED. DORRIGO, Monday. FIGHTING THE FLOOD. MURWILLUMBAH DISTRICT. 33 Inches of Rain in Three Weeks. MURWILLUMBAH. Monday. MURRAY VALLEY. RIVER RISING. ALBURY, Monday. WASHAWAYS. Damage Near Junee. LINES MOVED 100 YARDS. JUNEE, Monday. BREAK IN WEATHER. General Improvement. OFFICIAL FORECAST. NYNGAN'S PLIGHT. FOOD SHORTAGE. FAMILY RESCUED. GREAT PRIVATIONS. COLLAPSE OF MOTHER. NYNGAN, Monday. DORRIGO PLATEAU. 19 INCHES OF RAIN IN WEEK. DORRIGO, Monday. THE WOLLONDILLY. GOULBURN, Monday. RESULT OF THE FLOOD AT JUNEE. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Tuesday 21 February 1928, page 15 Headlines 22/1/1928 SERIOUS PLIGHT. Nyngan Endangered. CRISIS EXPECTED TO-DAY. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) DUB[?]O, Tuesday. FLOODED AREAS. Signs of Great Havoc. WATER POLICE FOR NYNGAN. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) ORANGE. Tuesday. RAILWAY MENACED. BY MIRROOL CREEK. JUNEE, Tuesday. BELLINGEN RIVER. URUNGA, Tuesday. LITHGOW MINES. Fear of Flooding. WATER POURING INTO COBAR. LITHGOW, Tuesday. MACLEAY OVERFLOWS. FARMS FLOODED. ARDUOUS TRAVEL. GLEN INNES DISTRICT. ROADS SEVERELY DAMAGED. GLEN INNES. Tuesday. WATER THROUGH WINDOWS. WEST WYALONG, Tuesday. TOLL OF THE FLOODS. £500,000 Damage at Grafton. TROPICAL DEPRESSION PASSES. other Lithgow Collieries…

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SERIOUS PLIGHT. Nyngan Endangered. CRISIS EXPECTED TO-DAY. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) DUB[?]O, Tuesday.

22 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 15

…EVERYWHERE. MIDNIGHT RESCUES. AT UNGARIE. HOSPITAL PATIENTS AND STAFF. WEST WYALONG, Monday. MEN DROWNED. DORRIGO, Monday. FIGHTING THE FLOOD. MURWILLUMBAH DISTRICT. 33 Inches of Rain in Three Weeks. MURWILLUMBAH. Monday. MURRAY VALLEY. RIVER RISING. ALBURY, Monday. WASHAWAYS. Damage Near Junee. LINES MOVED 100 YARDS. JUNEE, Monday. BREAK IN WEATHER. General Improvement. OFFICIAL FORECAST. NYNGAN'S PLIGHT. FOOD SHORTAGE. FAMILY RESCUED. GREAT PRIVATIONS. COLLAPSE OF MOTHER. NYNGAN, Monday. DORRIGO PLATEAU. 19 INCHES OF RAIN IN WEEK. DORRIGO, Monday. THE WOLLONDILLY. GOULBURN, Monday. RESULT OF THE FLOOD AT JUNEE. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Tuesday 21 February 1928, page 15 Headlines 22/1/1928 SERIOUS PLIGHT. Nyngan Endangered. CRISIS EXPECTED TO-DAY. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) DUB[?]O, Tuesday. FLOODED AREAS. Signs of Great Havoc. WATER POLICE FOR NYNGAN. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) ORANGE. Tuesday. RAILWAY MENACED. BY MIRROOL CREEK. JUNEE, Tuesday. BELLINGEN RIVER. URUNGA, Tuesday. LITHGOW MINES. Fear of Flooding. WATER POURING INTO COBAR. LITHGOW, Tuesday. MACLEAY OVERFLOWS. FARMS FLOODED. ARDUOUS TRAVEL. GLEN INNES DISTRICT. ROADS SEVERELY DAMAGED. GLEN INNES. Tuesday. WATER THROUGH WINDOWS. WEST WYALONG, Tuesday. TOLL OF THE FLOODS. £500,000 Damage at Grafton. TROPICAL DEPRESSION PASSES. other Lithgow Collieries Menaced. DAMAGE AT GRAFTON. Estimated at £500,000. PRIVATIONS OF SETTLERS. GRAFTON, Tuesday. THE FLOODS IN THE NORTH COAST DISTRICT. WEATHER FORECAST. CONTINUED IMPROVEMENT. QUEENSLAND. CONDITIONS IMPROVED. BRISBANE.…

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FLOODED AREAS. Signs of Great Havoc. WATER POLICE FOR NYNGAN. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) ORANGE. Tuesday.

22 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 15

…DROWNED. DORRIGO, Monday. FIGHTING THE FLOOD. MURWILLUMBAH DISTRICT. 33 Inches of Rain in Three Weeks. MURWILLUMBAH. Monday. MURRAY VALLEY. RIVER RISING. ALBURY, Monday. WASHAWAYS. Damage Near Junee. LINES MOVED 100 YARDS. JUNEE, Monday. BREAK IN WEATHER. General Improvement. OFFICIAL FORECAST. NYNGAN'S PLIGHT. FOOD SHORTAGE. FAMILY RESCUED. GREAT PRIVATIONS. COLLAPSE OF MOTHER. NYNGAN, Monday. DORRIGO PLATEAU. 19 INCHES OF RAIN IN WEEK. DORRIGO, Monday. THE WOLLONDILLY. GOULBURN, Monday. RESULT OF THE FLOOD AT JUNEE. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Tuesday 21 February 1928, page 15 Headlines 22/1/1928 SERIOUS PLIGHT. Nyngan Endangered. CRISIS EXPECTED TO-DAY. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) DUB[?]O, Tuesday. FLOODED AREAS. Signs of Great Havoc. WATER POLICE FOR NYNGAN. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) ORANGE. Tuesday. RAILWAY MENACED. BY MIRROOL CREEK. JUNEE, Tuesday. BELLINGEN RIVER. URUNGA, Tuesday. LITHGOW MINES. Fear of Flooding. WATER POURING INTO COBAR. LITHGOW, Tuesday. MACLEAY OVERFLOWS. FARMS FLOODED. ARDUOUS TRAVEL. GLEN INNES DISTRICT. ROADS SEVERELY DAMAGED. GLEN INNES. Tuesday. WATER THROUGH WINDOWS. WEST WYALONG, Tuesday. TOLL OF THE FLOODS. £500,000 Damage at Grafton. TROPICAL DEPRESSION PASSES. other Lithgow Collieries Menaced. DAMAGE AT GRAFTON. Estimated at £500,000. PRIVATIONS OF SETTLERS. GRAFTON, Tuesday. THE FLOODS IN THE NORTH COAST DISTRICT. WEATHER FORECAST. CONTINUED IMPROVEMENT. QUEENSLAND. CONDITIONS IMPROVED. BRISBANE. Tuesday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning, Wednesday 22 February 1928, page 20 Headlines 23/2/1928 WASHAWAY BETWEEN…

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RAILWAY MENACED. BY MIRROOL CREEK. JUNEE, Tuesday.

22 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 15

…Monday. MURRAY VALLEY. RIVER RISING. ALBURY, Monday. WASHAWAYS. Damage Near Junee. LINES MOVED 100 YARDS. JUNEE, Monday. BREAK IN WEATHER. General Improvement. OFFICIAL FORECAST. NYNGAN'S PLIGHT. FOOD SHORTAGE. FAMILY RESCUED. GREAT PRIVATIONS. COLLAPSE OF MOTHER. NYNGAN, Monday. DORRIGO PLATEAU. 19 INCHES OF RAIN IN WEEK. DORRIGO, Monday. THE WOLLONDILLY. GOULBURN, Monday. RESULT OF THE FLOOD AT JUNEE. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Tuesday 21 February 1928, page 15 Headlines 22/1/1928 SERIOUS PLIGHT. Nyngan Endangered. CRISIS EXPECTED TO-DAY. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) DUB[?]O, Tuesday. FLOODED AREAS. Signs of Great Havoc. WATER POLICE FOR NYNGAN. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) ORANGE. Tuesday. RAILWAY MENACED. BY MIRROOL CREEK. JUNEE, Tuesday. BELLINGEN RIVER. URUNGA, Tuesday. LITHGOW MINES. Fear of Flooding. WATER POURING INTO COBAR. LITHGOW, Tuesday. MACLEAY OVERFLOWS. FARMS FLOODED. ARDUOUS TRAVEL. GLEN INNES DISTRICT. ROADS SEVERELY DAMAGED. GLEN INNES. Tuesday. WATER THROUGH WINDOWS. WEST WYALONG, Tuesday. TOLL OF THE FLOODS. £500,000 Damage at Grafton. TROPICAL DEPRESSION PASSES. other Lithgow Collieries Menaced. DAMAGE AT GRAFTON. Estimated at £500,000. PRIVATIONS OF SETTLERS. GRAFTON, Tuesday. THE FLOODS IN THE NORTH COAST DISTRICT. WEATHER FORECAST. CONTINUED IMPROVEMENT. QUEENSLAND. CONDITIONS IMPROVED. BRISBANE. Tuesday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning, Wednesday 22 February 1928, page 20 Headlines 23/2/1928 WASHAWAY BETWEEN JUNEE AND OLD JUNEE. THE FLOODS AT…

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BELLINGEN RIVER. URUNGA, Tuesday.

22 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 15

…WASHAWAYS. Damage Near Junee. LINES MOVED 100 YARDS. JUNEE, Monday. BREAK IN WEATHER. General Improvement. OFFICIAL FORECAST. NYNGAN'S PLIGHT. FOOD SHORTAGE. FAMILY RESCUED. GREAT PRIVATIONS. COLLAPSE OF MOTHER. NYNGAN, Monday. DORRIGO PLATEAU. 19 INCHES OF RAIN IN WEEK. DORRIGO, Monday. THE WOLLONDILLY. GOULBURN, Monday. RESULT OF THE FLOOD AT JUNEE. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Tuesday 21 February 1928, page 15 Headlines 22/1/1928 SERIOUS PLIGHT. Nyngan Endangered. CRISIS EXPECTED TO-DAY. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) DUB[?]O, Tuesday. FLOODED AREAS. Signs of Great Havoc. WATER POLICE FOR NYNGAN. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) ORANGE. Tuesday. RAILWAY MENACED. BY MIRROOL CREEK. JUNEE, Tuesday. BELLINGEN RIVER. URUNGA, Tuesday. LITHGOW MINES. Fear of Flooding. WATER POURING INTO COBAR. LITHGOW, Tuesday. MACLEAY OVERFLOWS. FARMS FLOODED. ARDUOUS TRAVEL. GLEN INNES DISTRICT. ROADS SEVERELY DAMAGED. GLEN INNES. Tuesday. WATER THROUGH WINDOWS. WEST WYALONG, Tuesday. TOLL OF THE FLOODS. £500,000 Damage at Grafton. TROPICAL DEPRESSION PASSES. other Lithgow Collieries Menaced. DAMAGE AT GRAFTON. Estimated at £500,000. PRIVATIONS OF SETTLERS. GRAFTON, Tuesday. THE FLOODS IN THE NORTH COAST DISTRICT. WEATHER FORECAST. CONTINUED IMPROVEMENT. QUEENSLAND. CONDITIONS IMPROVED. BRISBANE. Tuesday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning, Wednesday 22 February 1928, page 20 Headlines 23/2/1928 WASHAWAY BETWEEN JUNEE AND OLD JUNEE. THE FLOODS AT COOLAMON. A NEW DANGER.…

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LITHGOW MINES. Fear of Flooding. WATER POURING INTO COBAR. LITHGOW, Tuesday.

22 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 15

…LINES MOVED 100 YARDS. JUNEE, Monday. BREAK IN WEATHER. General Improvement. OFFICIAL FORECAST. NYNGAN'S PLIGHT. FOOD SHORTAGE. FAMILY RESCUED. GREAT PRIVATIONS. COLLAPSE OF MOTHER. NYNGAN, Monday. DORRIGO PLATEAU. 19 INCHES OF RAIN IN WEEK. DORRIGO, Monday. THE WOLLONDILLY. GOULBURN, Monday. RESULT OF THE FLOOD AT JUNEE. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Tuesday 21 February 1928, page 15 Headlines 22/1/1928 SERIOUS PLIGHT. Nyngan Endangered. CRISIS EXPECTED TO-DAY. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) DUB[?]O, Tuesday. FLOODED AREAS. Signs of Great Havoc. WATER POLICE FOR NYNGAN. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) ORANGE. Tuesday. RAILWAY MENACED. BY MIRROOL CREEK. JUNEE, Tuesday. BELLINGEN RIVER. URUNGA, Tuesday. LITHGOW MINES. Fear of Flooding. WATER POURING INTO COBAR. LITHGOW, Tuesday. MACLEAY OVERFLOWS. FARMS FLOODED. ARDUOUS TRAVEL. GLEN INNES DISTRICT. ROADS SEVERELY DAMAGED. GLEN INNES. Tuesday. WATER THROUGH WINDOWS. WEST WYALONG, Tuesday. TOLL OF THE FLOODS. £500,000 Damage at Grafton. TROPICAL DEPRESSION PASSES. other Lithgow Collieries Menaced. DAMAGE AT GRAFTON. Estimated at £500,000. PRIVATIONS OF SETTLERS. GRAFTON, Tuesday. THE FLOODS IN THE NORTH COAST DISTRICT. WEATHER FORECAST. CONTINUED IMPROVEMENT. QUEENSLAND. CONDITIONS IMPROVED. BRISBANE. Tuesday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning, Wednesday 22 February 1928, page 20 Headlines 23/2/1928 WASHAWAY BETWEEN JUNEE AND OLD JUNEE. THE FLOODS AT COOLAMON. A NEW DANGER. Threatening Nyngan. DRIFT IN THE BOGAN. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) NYNGAN,…

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MACLEAY OVERFLOWS. FARMS FLOODED.

22 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 16

…OFFICIAL FORECAST. NYNGAN'S PLIGHT. FOOD SHORTAGE. FAMILY RESCUED. GREAT PRIVATIONS. COLLAPSE OF MOTHER. NYNGAN, Monday. DORRIGO PLATEAU. 19 INCHES OF RAIN IN WEEK. DORRIGO, Monday. THE WOLLONDILLY. GOULBURN, Monday. RESULT OF THE FLOOD AT JUNEE. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Tuesday 21 February 1928, page 15 Headlines 22/1/1928 SERIOUS PLIGHT. Nyngan Endangered. CRISIS EXPECTED TO-DAY. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) DUB[?]O, Tuesday. FLOODED AREAS. Signs of Great Havoc. WATER POLICE FOR NYNGAN. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) ORANGE. Tuesday. RAILWAY MENACED. BY MIRROOL CREEK. JUNEE, Tuesday. BELLINGEN RIVER. URUNGA, Tuesday. LITHGOW MINES. Fear of Flooding. WATER POURING INTO COBAR. LITHGOW, Tuesday. MACLEAY OVERFLOWS. FARMS FLOODED. ARDUOUS TRAVEL. GLEN INNES DISTRICT. ROADS SEVERELY DAMAGED. GLEN INNES. Tuesday. WATER THROUGH WINDOWS. WEST WYALONG, Tuesday. TOLL OF THE FLOODS. £500,000 Damage at Grafton. TROPICAL DEPRESSION PASSES. other Lithgow Collieries Menaced. DAMAGE AT GRAFTON. Estimated at £500,000. PRIVATIONS OF SETTLERS. GRAFTON, Tuesday. THE FLOODS IN THE NORTH COAST DISTRICT. WEATHER FORECAST. CONTINUED IMPROVEMENT. QUEENSLAND. CONDITIONS IMPROVED. BRISBANE. Tuesday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning, Wednesday 22 February 1928, page 20 Headlines 23/2/1928 WASHAWAY BETWEEN JUNEE AND OLD JUNEE. THE FLOODS AT COOLAMON. A NEW DANGER. Threatening Nyngan. DRIFT IN THE BOGAN. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) NYNGAN, Wednesday. NYNGAN TOWN IN…

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ARDUOUS TRAVEL. GLEN INNES DISTRICT. ROADS SEVERELY DAMAGED. GLEN INNES. Tuesday.

22 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 16

…FOOD SHORTAGE. FAMILY RESCUED. GREAT PRIVATIONS. COLLAPSE OF MOTHER. NYNGAN, Monday. DORRIGO PLATEAU. 19 INCHES OF RAIN IN WEEK. DORRIGO, Monday. THE WOLLONDILLY. GOULBURN, Monday. RESULT OF THE FLOOD AT JUNEE. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Tuesday 21 February 1928, page 15 Headlines 22/1/1928 SERIOUS PLIGHT. Nyngan Endangered. CRISIS EXPECTED TO-DAY. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) DUB[?]O, Tuesday. FLOODED AREAS. Signs of Great Havoc. WATER POLICE FOR NYNGAN. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) ORANGE. Tuesday. RAILWAY MENACED. BY MIRROOL CREEK. JUNEE, Tuesday. BELLINGEN RIVER. URUNGA, Tuesday. LITHGOW MINES. Fear of Flooding. WATER POURING INTO COBAR. LITHGOW, Tuesday. MACLEAY OVERFLOWS. FARMS FLOODED. ARDUOUS TRAVEL. GLEN INNES DISTRICT. ROADS SEVERELY DAMAGED. GLEN INNES. Tuesday. WATER THROUGH WINDOWS. WEST WYALONG, Tuesday. TOLL OF THE FLOODS. £500,000 Damage at Grafton. TROPICAL DEPRESSION PASSES. other Lithgow Collieries Menaced. DAMAGE AT GRAFTON. Estimated at £500,000. PRIVATIONS OF SETTLERS. GRAFTON, Tuesday. THE FLOODS IN THE NORTH COAST DISTRICT. WEATHER FORECAST. CONTINUED IMPROVEMENT. QUEENSLAND. CONDITIONS IMPROVED. BRISBANE. Tuesday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning, Wednesday 22 February 1928, page 20 Headlines 23/2/1928 WASHAWAY BETWEEN JUNEE AND OLD JUNEE. THE FLOODS AT COOLAMON. A NEW DANGER. Threatening Nyngan. DRIFT IN THE BOGAN. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) NYNGAN, Wednesday. NYNGAN TOWN IN PERIL. Flood in the Bogan. GRAFTON WATER SUPPLY FAILS. FRESH STORM…

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WATER THROUGH WINDOWS. WEST WYALONG, Tuesday.

22 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 15

…DORRIGO PLATEAU. 19 INCHES OF RAIN IN WEEK. DORRIGO, Monday. THE WOLLONDILLY. GOULBURN, Monday. RESULT OF THE FLOOD AT JUNEE. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Tuesday 21 February 1928, page 15 Headlines 22/1/1928 SERIOUS PLIGHT. Nyngan Endangered. CRISIS EXPECTED TO-DAY. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) DUB[?]O, Tuesday. FLOODED AREAS. Signs of Great Havoc. WATER POLICE FOR NYNGAN. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) ORANGE. Tuesday. RAILWAY MENACED. BY MIRROOL CREEK. JUNEE, Tuesday. BELLINGEN RIVER. URUNGA, Tuesday. LITHGOW MINES. Fear of Flooding. WATER POURING INTO COBAR. LITHGOW, Tuesday. MACLEAY OVERFLOWS. FARMS FLOODED. ARDUOUS TRAVEL. GLEN INNES DISTRICT. ROADS SEVERELY DAMAGED. GLEN INNES. Tuesday. WATER THROUGH WINDOWS. WEST WYALONG, Tuesday. TOLL OF THE FLOODS. £500,000 Damage at Grafton. TROPICAL DEPRESSION PASSES. other Lithgow Collieries Menaced. DAMAGE AT GRAFTON. Estimated at £500,000. PRIVATIONS OF SETTLERS. GRAFTON, Tuesday. THE FLOODS IN THE NORTH COAST DISTRICT. WEATHER FORECAST. CONTINUED IMPROVEMENT. QUEENSLAND. CONDITIONS IMPROVED. BRISBANE. Tuesday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning, Wednesday 22 February 1928, page 20 Headlines 23/2/1928 WASHAWAY BETWEEN JUNEE AND OLD JUNEE. THE FLOODS AT COOLAMON. A NEW DANGER. Threatening Nyngan. DRIFT IN THE BOGAN. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) NYNGAN, Wednesday. NYNGAN TOWN IN PERIL. Flood in the Bogan. GRAFTON WATER SUPPLY FAILS. FRESH STORM AT JUNEE. Main Southern Line Flooded.…

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TOLL OF THE FLOODS. £500,000 Damage at Grafton. TROPICAL DEPRESSION PASSES. other Lithgow Collieries Menaced.

22 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 15

…IN WEEK. DORRIGO, Monday. THE WOLLONDILLY. GOULBURN, Monday. RESULT OF THE FLOOD AT JUNEE. Weather chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Tuesday 21 February 1928, page 15 Headlines 22/1/1928 SERIOUS PLIGHT. Nyngan Endangered. CRISIS EXPECTED TO-DAY. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) DUB[?]O, Tuesday. FLOODED AREAS. Signs of Great Havoc. WATER POLICE FOR NYNGAN. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) ORANGE. Tuesday. RAILWAY MENACED. BY MIRROOL CREEK. JUNEE, Tuesday. BELLINGEN RIVER. URUNGA, Tuesday. LITHGOW MINES. Fear of Flooding. WATER POURING INTO COBAR. LITHGOW, Tuesday. MACLEAY OVERFLOWS. FARMS FLOODED. ARDUOUS TRAVEL. GLEN INNES DISTRICT. ROADS SEVERELY DAMAGED. GLEN INNES. Tuesday. WATER THROUGH WINDOWS. WEST WYALONG, Tuesday. TOLL OF THE FLOODS. £500,000 Damage at Grafton. TROPICAL DEPRESSION PASSES. other Lithgow Collieries Menaced. DAMAGE AT GRAFTON. Estimated at £500,000. PRIVATIONS OF SETTLERS. GRAFTON, Tuesday. THE FLOODS IN THE NORTH COAST DISTRICT. WEATHER FORECAST. CONTINUED IMPROVEMENT. QUEENSLAND. CONDITIONS IMPROVED. BRISBANE. Tuesday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning, Wednesday 22 February 1928, page 20 Headlines 23/2/1928 WASHAWAY BETWEEN JUNEE AND OLD JUNEE. THE FLOODS AT COOLAMON. A NEW DANGER. Threatening Nyngan. DRIFT IN THE BOGAN. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) NYNGAN, Wednesday. NYNGAN TOWN IN PERIL. Flood in the Bogan. GRAFTON WATER SUPPLY FAILS. FRESH STORM AT JUNEE. Main Southern Line Flooded. GANMAIN MENACED. Recurrence of Floods. HEAVY RAIN IN RIVERINA. GANMAIN, Wednesday. IN QUEENSLAND. FLOODED CONDAMINE.…

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DAMAGE AT GRAFTON. Estimated at £500,000. PRIVATIONS OF SETTLERS. GRAFTON, Tuesday.

22 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 15

…chart The Sydney Morning Herald, Tuesday 21 February 1928, page 15 Headlines 22/1/1928 SERIOUS PLIGHT. Nyngan Endangered. CRISIS EXPECTED TO-DAY. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) DUB[?]O, Tuesday. FLOODED AREAS. Signs of Great Havoc. WATER POLICE FOR NYNGAN. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) ORANGE. Tuesday. RAILWAY MENACED. BY MIRROOL CREEK. JUNEE, Tuesday. BELLINGEN RIVER. URUNGA, Tuesday. LITHGOW MINES. Fear of Flooding. WATER POURING INTO COBAR. LITHGOW, Tuesday. MACLEAY OVERFLOWS. FARMS FLOODED. ARDUOUS TRAVEL. GLEN INNES DISTRICT. ROADS SEVERELY DAMAGED. GLEN INNES. Tuesday. WATER THROUGH WINDOWS. WEST WYALONG, Tuesday. TOLL OF THE FLOODS. £500,000 Damage at Grafton. TROPICAL DEPRESSION PASSES. other Lithgow Collieries Menaced. DAMAGE AT GRAFTON. Estimated at £500,000. PRIVATIONS OF SETTLERS. GRAFTON, Tuesday. THE FLOODS IN THE NORTH COAST DISTRICT. WEATHER FORECAST. CONTINUED IMPROVEMENT. QUEENSLAND. CONDITIONS IMPROVED. BRISBANE. Tuesday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning, Wednesday 22 February 1928, page 20 Headlines 23/2/1928 WASHAWAY BETWEEN JUNEE AND OLD JUNEE. THE FLOODS AT COOLAMON. A NEW DANGER. Threatening Nyngan. DRIFT IN THE BOGAN. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) NYNGAN, Wednesday. NYNGAN TOWN IN PERIL. Flood in the Bogan. GRAFTON WATER SUPPLY FAILS. FRESH STORM AT JUNEE. Main Southern Line Flooded. GANMAIN MENACED. Recurrence of Floods. HEAVY RAIN IN RIVERINA. GANMAIN, Wednesday. IN QUEENSLAND. FLOODED CONDAMINE. FAMILY MAROONED. BRISBANE, Wednesday. PERILOUS TIMBS AT ULMARRA. DRAMATIC ESCAPES. GRAFTON,…

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THE FLOODS IN THE NORTH COAST DISTRICT.

22 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 18

…Headlines 22/1/1928 SERIOUS PLIGHT. Nyngan Endangered. CRISIS EXPECTED TO-DAY. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) DUB[?]O, Tuesday. FLOODED AREAS. Signs of Great Havoc. WATER POLICE FOR NYNGAN. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) ORANGE. Tuesday. RAILWAY MENACED. BY MIRROOL CREEK. JUNEE, Tuesday. BELLINGEN RIVER. URUNGA, Tuesday. LITHGOW MINES. Fear of Flooding. WATER POURING INTO COBAR. LITHGOW, Tuesday. MACLEAY OVERFLOWS. FARMS FLOODED. ARDUOUS TRAVEL. GLEN INNES DISTRICT. ROADS SEVERELY DAMAGED. GLEN INNES. Tuesday. WATER THROUGH WINDOWS. WEST WYALONG, Tuesday. TOLL OF THE FLOODS. £500,000 Damage at Grafton. TROPICAL DEPRESSION PASSES. other Lithgow Collieries Menaced. DAMAGE AT GRAFTON. Estimated at £500,000. PRIVATIONS OF SETTLERS. GRAFTON, Tuesday. THE FLOODS IN THE NORTH COAST DISTRICT. WEATHER FORECAST. CONTINUED IMPROVEMENT. QUEENSLAND. CONDITIONS IMPROVED. BRISBANE. Tuesday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning, Wednesday 22 February 1928, page 20 Headlines 23/2/1928 WASHAWAY BETWEEN JUNEE AND OLD JUNEE. THE FLOODS AT COOLAMON. A NEW DANGER. Threatening Nyngan. DRIFT IN THE BOGAN. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) NYNGAN, Wednesday. NYNGAN TOWN IN PERIL. Flood in the Bogan. GRAFTON WATER SUPPLY FAILS. FRESH STORM AT JUNEE. Main Southern Line Flooded. GANMAIN MENACED. Recurrence of Floods. HEAVY RAIN IN RIVERINA. GANMAIN, Wednesday. IN QUEENSLAND. FLOODED CONDAMINE. FAMILY MAROONED. BRISBANE, Wednesday. PERILOUS TIMBS AT ULMARRA. DRAMATIC ESCAPES. GRAFTON, Wednesday. HAVOC AT GRAFTON. Unprecedented Losses. WATER…

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WEATHER FORECAST. CONTINUED IMPROVEMENT.

22 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 16

…EXPECTED TO-DAY. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) DUB[?]O, Tuesday. FLOODED AREAS. Signs of Great Havoc. WATER POLICE FOR NYNGAN. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) ORANGE. Tuesday. RAILWAY MENACED. BY MIRROOL CREEK. JUNEE, Tuesday. BELLINGEN RIVER. URUNGA, Tuesday. LITHGOW MINES. Fear of Flooding. WATER POURING INTO COBAR. LITHGOW, Tuesday. MACLEAY OVERFLOWS. FARMS FLOODED. ARDUOUS TRAVEL. GLEN INNES DISTRICT. ROADS SEVERELY DAMAGED. GLEN INNES. Tuesday. WATER THROUGH WINDOWS. WEST WYALONG, Tuesday. TOLL OF THE FLOODS. £500,000 Damage at Grafton. TROPICAL DEPRESSION PASSES. other Lithgow Collieries Menaced. DAMAGE AT GRAFTON. Estimated at £500,000. PRIVATIONS OF SETTLERS. GRAFTON, Tuesday. THE FLOODS IN THE NORTH COAST DISTRICT. WEATHER FORECAST. CONTINUED IMPROVEMENT. QUEENSLAND. CONDITIONS IMPROVED. BRISBANE. Tuesday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning, Wednesday 22 February 1928, page 20 Headlines 23/2/1928 WASHAWAY BETWEEN JUNEE AND OLD JUNEE. THE FLOODS AT COOLAMON. A NEW DANGER. Threatening Nyngan. DRIFT IN THE BOGAN. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) NYNGAN, Wednesday. NYNGAN TOWN IN PERIL. Flood in the Bogan. GRAFTON WATER SUPPLY FAILS. FRESH STORM AT JUNEE. Main Southern Line Flooded. GANMAIN MENACED. Recurrence of Floods. HEAVY RAIN IN RIVERINA. GANMAIN, Wednesday. IN QUEENSLAND. FLOODED CONDAMINE. FAMILY MAROONED. BRISBANE, Wednesday. PERILOUS TIMBS AT ULMARRA. DRAMATIC ESCAPES. GRAFTON, Wednesday. HAVOC AT GRAFTON. Unprecedented Losses. WATER SUPPLY FAILS. GRAFTON, Wednesday.…

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QUEENSLAND. CONDITIONS IMPROVED. BRISBANE. Tuesday.

22 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 16

…SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) DUB[?]O, Tuesday. FLOODED AREAS. Signs of Great Havoc. WATER POLICE FOR NYNGAN. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) ORANGE. Tuesday. RAILWAY MENACED. BY MIRROOL CREEK. JUNEE, Tuesday. BELLINGEN RIVER. URUNGA, Tuesday. LITHGOW MINES. Fear of Flooding. WATER POURING INTO COBAR. LITHGOW, Tuesday. MACLEAY OVERFLOWS. FARMS FLOODED. ARDUOUS TRAVEL. GLEN INNES DISTRICT. ROADS SEVERELY DAMAGED. GLEN INNES. Tuesday. WATER THROUGH WINDOWS. WEST WYALONG, Tuesday. TOLL OF THE FLOODS. £500,000 Damage at Grafton. TROPICAL DEPRESSION PASSES. other Lithgow Collieries Menaced. DAMAGE AT GRAFTON. Estimated at £500,000. PRIVATIONS OF SETTLERS. GRAFTON, Tuesday. THE FLOODS IN THE NORTH COAST DISTRICT. WEATHER FORECAST. CONTINUED IMPROVEMENT. QUEENSLAND. CONDITIONS IMPROVED. BRISBANE. Tuesday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning, Wednesday 22 February 1928, page 20 Headlines 23/2/1928 WASHAWAY BETWEEN JUNEE AND OLD JUNEE. THE FLOODS AT COOLAMON. A NEW DANGER. Threatening Nyngan. DRIFT IN THE BOGAN. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) NYNGAN, Wednesday. NYNGAN TOWN IN PERIL. Flood in the Bogan. GRAFTON WATER SUPPLY FAILS. FRESH STORM AT JUNEE. Main Southern Line Flooded. GANMAIN MENACED. Recurrence of Floods. HEAVY RAIN IN RIVERINA. GANMAIN, Wednesday. IN QUEENSLAND. FLOODED CONDAMINE. FAMILY MAROONED. BRISBANE, Wednesday. PERILOUS TIMBS AT ULMARRA. DRAMATIC ESCAPES. GRAFTON, Wednesday. HAVOC AT GRAFTON. Unprecedented Losses. WATER SUPPLY FAILS. GRAFTON, Wednesday. MURWILLUMBAH. WHEN STREETS WERE FLOODED.…

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WASHAWAY BETWEEN JUNEE AND OLD JUNEE.

23 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 14

…ORANGE. Tuesday. RAILWAY MENACED. BY MIRROOL CREEK. JUNEE, Tuesday. BELLINGEN RIVER. URUNGA, Tuesday. LITHGOW MINES. Fear of Flooding. WATER POURING INTO COBAR. LITHGOW, Tuesday. MACLEAY OVERFLOWS. FARMS FLOODED. ARDUOUS TRAVEL. GLEN INNES DISTRICT. ROADS SEVERELY DAMAGED. GLEN INNES. Tuesday. WATER THROUGH WINDOWS. WEST WYALONG, Tuesday. TOLL OF THE FLOODS. £500,000 Damage at Grafton. TROPICAL DEPRESSION PASSES. other Lithgow Collieries Menaced. DAMAGE AT GRAFTON. Estimated at £500,000. PRIVATIONS OF SETTLERS. GRAFTON, Tuesday. THE FLOODS IN THE NORTH COAST DISTRICT. WEATHER FORECAST. CONTINUED IMPROVEMENT. QUEENSLAND. CONDITIONS IMPROVED. BRISBANE. Tuesday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning, Wednesday 22 February 1928, page 20 Headlines 23/2/1928 WASHAWAY BETWEEN JUNEE AND OLD JUNEE. THE FLOODS AT COOLAMON. A NEW DANGER. Threatening Nyngan. DRIFT IN THE BOGAN. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) NYNGAN, Wednesday. NYNGAN TOWN IN PERIL. Flood in the Bogan. GRAFTON WATER SUPPLY FAILS. FRESH STORM AT JUNEE. Main Southern Line Flooded. GANMAIN MENACED. Recurrence of Floods. HEAVY RAIN IN RIVERINA. GANMAIN, Wednesday. IN QUEENSLAND. FLOODED CONDAMINE. FAMILY MAROONED. BRISBANE, Wednesday. PERILOUS TIMBS AT ULMARRA. DRAMATIC ESCAPES. GRAFTON, Wednesday. HAVOC AT GRAFTON. Unprecedented Losses. WATER SUPPLY FAILS. GRAFTON, Wednesday. MURWILLUMBAH. WHEN STREETS WERE FLOODED. WITNESS'S ACCOUNT. FLOOD RELIEF. GOVERNMENT ASSISTANCE. SOUTHERN LINE. Further Washaways. STORM AT JUNEE. THE FLOODS IN THE NORTH. INLAND…

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THE FLOODS AT COOLAMON.

23 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 14

…CREEK. JUNEE, Tuesday. BELLINGEN RIVER. URUNGA, Tuesday. LITHGOW MINES. Fear of Flooding. WATER POURING INTO COBAR. LITHGOW, Tuesday. MACLEAY OVERFLOWS. FARMS FLOODED. ARDUOUS TRAVEL. GLEN INNES DISTRICT. ROADS SEVERELY DAMAGED. GLEN INNES. Tuesday. WATER THROUGH WINDOWS. WEST WYALONG, Tuesday. TOLL OF THE FLOODS. £500,000 Damage at Grafton. TROPICAL DEPRESSION PASSES. other Lithgow Collieries Menaced. DAMAGE AT GRAFTON. Estimated at £500,000. PRIVATIONS OF SETTLERS. GRAFTON, Tuesday. THE FLOODS IN THE NORTH COAST DISTRICT. WEATHER FORECAST. CONTINUED IMPROVEMENT. QUEENSLAND. CONDITIONS IMPROVED. BRISBANE. Tuesday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning, Wednesday 22 February 1928, page 20 Headlines 23/2/1928 WASHAWAY BETWEEN JUNEE AND OLD JUNEE. THE FLOODS AT COOLAMON. A NEW DANGER. Threatening Nyngan. DRIFT IN THE BOGAN. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) NYNGAN, Wednesday. NYNGAN TOWN IN PERIL. Flood in the Bogan. GRAFTON WATER SUPPLY FAILS. FRESH STORM AT JUNEE. Main Southern Line Flooded. GANMAIN MENACED. Recurrence of Floods. HEAVY RAIN IN RIVERINA. GANMAIN, Wednesday. IN QUEENSLAND. FLOODED CONDAMINE. FAMILY MAROONED. BRISBANE, Wednesday. PERILOUS TIMBS AT ULMARRA. DRAMATIC ESCAPES. GRAFTON, Wednesday. HAVOC AT GRAFTON. Unprecedented Losses. WATER SUPPLY FAILS. GRAFTON, Wednesday. MURWILLUMBAH. WHEN STREETS WERE FLOODED. WITNESS'S ACCOUNT. FLOOD RELIEF. GOVERNMENT ASSISTANCE. SOUTHERN LINE. Further Washaways. STORM AT JUNEE. THE FLOODS IN THE NORTH. INLAND RIVERS. Subsidence Expected. FINE…

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A NEW DANGER. Threatening Nyngan. DRIFT IN THE BOGAN. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) NYNGAN, Wednesday.

23 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 11

…RIVER. URUNGA, Tuesday. LITHGOW MINES. Fear of Flooding. WATER POURING INTO COBAR. LITHGOW, Tuesday. MACLEAY OVERFLOWS. FARMS FLOODED. ARDUOUS TRAVEL. GLEN INNES DISTRICT. ROADS SEVERELY DAMAGED. GLEN INNES. Tuesday. WATER THROUGH WINDOWS. WEST WYALONG, Tuesday. TOLL OF THE FLOODS. £500,000 Damage at Grafton. TROPICAL DEPRESSION PASSES. other Lithgow Collieries Menaced. DAMAGE AT GRAFTON. Estimated at £500,000. PRIVATIONS OF SETTLERS. GRAFTON, Tuesday. THE FLOODS IN THE NORTH COAST DISTRICT. WEATHER FORECAST. CONTINUED IMPROVEMENT. QUEENSLAND. CONDITIONS IMPROVED. BRISBANE. Tuesday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning, Wednesday 22 February 1928, page 20 Headlines 23/2/1928 WASHAWAY BETWEEN JUNEE AND OLD JUNEE. THE FLOODS AT COOLAMON. A NEW DANGER. Threatening Nyngan. DRIFT IN THE BOGAN. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) NYNGAN, Wednesday. NYNGAN TOWN IN PERIL. Flood in the Bogan. GRAFTON WATER SUPPLY FAILS. FRESH STORM AT JUNEE. Main Southern Line Flooded. GANMAIN MENACED. Recurrence of Floods. HEAVY RAIN IN RIVERINA. GANMAIN, Wednesday. IN QUEENSLAND. FLOODED CONDAMINE. FAMILY MAROONED. BRISBANE, Wednesday. PERILOUS TIMBS AT ULMARRA. DRAMATIC ESCAPES. GRAFTON, Wednesday. HAVOC AT GRAFTON. Unprecedented Losses. WATER SUPPLY FAILS. GRAFTON, Wednesday. MURWILLUMBAH. WHEN STREETS WERE FLOODED. WITNESS'S ACCOUNT. FLOOD RELIEF. GOVERNMENT ASSISTANCE. SOUTHERN LINE. Further Washaways. STORM AT JUNEE. THE FLOODS IN THE NORTH. INLAND RIVERS. Subsidence Expected. FINE WEATHER PREDICTED. COOLAMON FLOODED. COOLAMON, Wednesday. ANXIETY PAST. ON LOWER CLARENCE. MACLEAN. Wednesday. DISASTER AVERTED.…

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NYNGAN TOWN IN PERIL. Flood in the Bogan. GRAFTON WATER SUPPLY FAILS. FRESH STORM AT JUNEE. Main Southern Line Flooded.

23 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 11

…OVERFLOWS. FARMS FLOODED. ARDUOUS TRAVEL. GLEN INNES DISTRICT. ROADS SEVERELY DAMAGED. GLEN INNES. Tuesday. WATER THROUGH WINDOWS. WEST WYALONG, Tuesday. TOLL OF THE FLOODS. £500,000 Damage at Grafton. TROPICAL DEPRESSION PASSES. other Lithgow Collieries Menaced. DAMAGE AT GRAFTON. Estimated at £500,000. PRIVATIONS OF SETTLERS. GRAFTON, Tuesday. THE FLOODS IN THE NORTH COAST DISTRICT. WEATHER FORECAST. CONTINUED IMPROVEMENT. QUEENSLAND. CONDITIONS IMPROVED. BRISBANE. Tuesday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning, Wednesday 22 February 1928, page 20 Headlines 23/2/1928 WASHAWAY BETWEEN JUNEE AND OLD JUNEE. THE FLOODS AT COOLAMON. A NEW DANGER. Threatening Nyngan. DRIFT IN THE BOGAN. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) NYNGAN, Wednesday. NYNGAN TOWN IN PERIL. Flood in the Bogan. GRAFTON WATER SUPPLY FAILS. FRESH STORM AT JUNEE. Main Southern Line Flooded. GANMAIN MENACED. Recurrence of Floods. HEAVY RAIN IN RIVERINA. GANMAIN, Wednesday. IN QUEENSLAND. FLOODED CONDAMINE. FAMILY MAROONED. BRISBANE, Wednesday. PERILOUS TIMBS AT ULMARRA. DRAMATIC ESCAPES. GRAFTON, Wednesday. HAVOC AT GRAFTON. Unprecedented Losses. WATER SUPPLY FAILS. GRAFTON, Wednesday. MURWILLUMBAH. WHEN STREETS WERE FLOODED. WITNESS'S ACCOUNT. FLOOD RELIEF. GOVERNMENT ASSISTANCE. SOUTHERN LINE. Further Washaways. STORM AT JUNEE. THE FLOODS IN THE NORTH. INLAND RIVERS. Subsidence Expected. FINE WEATHER PREDICTED. COOLAMON FLOODED. COOLAMON, Wednesday. ANXIETY PAST. ON LOWER CLARENCE. MACLEAN. Wednesday. DISASTER AVERTED. 17 PEOPLE IN DANGER. BRAVERY OF BOAT'S CREW. GRAFTON, Wednesday. This is by no means the only event of this…

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GANMAIN MENACED. Recurrence of Floods. HEAVY RAIN IN RIVERINA. GANMAIN, Wednesday.

23 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 12

…TOLL OF THE FLOODS. £500,000 Damage at Grafton. TROPICAL DEPRESSION PASSES. other Lithgow Collieries Menaced. DAMAGE AT GRAFTON. Estimated at £500,000. PRIVATIONS OF SETTLERS. GRAFTON, Tuesday. THE FLOODS IN THE NORTH COAST DISTRICT. WEATHER FORECAST. CONTINUED IMPROVEMENT. QUEENSLAND. CONDITIONS IMPROVED. BRISBANE. Tuesday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning, Wednesday 22 February 1928, page 20 Headlines 23/2/1928 WASHAWAY BETWEEN JUNEE AND OLD JUNEE. THE FLOODS AT COOLAMON. A NEW DANGER. Threatening Nyngan. DRIFT IN THE BOGAN. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) NYNGAN, Wednesday. NYNGAN TOWN IN PERIL. Flood in the Bogan. GRAFTON WATER SUPPLY FAILS. FRESH STORM AT JUNEE. Main Southern Line Flooded. GANMAIN MENACED. Recurrence of Floods. HEAVY RAIN IN RIVERINA. GANMAIN, Wednesday. IN QUEENSLAND. FLOODED CONDAMINE. FAMILY MAROONED. BRISBANE, Wednesday. PERILOUS TIMBS AT ULMARRA. DRAMATIC ESCAPES. GRAFTON, Wednesday. HAVOC AT GRAFTON. Unprecedented Losses. WATER SUPPLY FAILS. GRAFTON, Wednesday. MURWILLUMBAH. WHEN STREETS WERE FLOODED. WITNESS'S ACCOUNT. FLOOD RELIEF. GOVERNMENT ASSISTANCE. SOUTHERN LINE. Further Washaways. STORM AT JUNEE. THE FLOODS IN THE NORTH. INLAND RIVERS. Subsidence Expected. FINE WEATHER PREDICTED. COOLAMON FLOODED. COOLAMON, Wednesday. ANXIETY PAST. ON LOWER CLARENCE. MACLEAN. Wednesday. DISASTER AVERTED. 17 PEOPLE IN DANGER. BRAVERY OF BOAT'S CREW. GRAFTON, Wednesday. This is by no means the only event of this nature. Search the archive yourself at  http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/home…

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IN QUEENSLAND. FLOODED CONDAMINE. FAMILY MAROONED. BRISBANE, Wednesday.

23 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 12

…other Lithgow Collieries Menaced. DAMAGE AT GRAFTON. Estimated at £500,000. PRIVATIONS OF SETTLERS. GRAFTON, Tuesday. THE FLOODS IN THE NORTH COAST DISTRICT. WEATHER FORECAST. CONTINUED IMPROVEMENT. QUEENSLAND. CONDITIONS IMPROVED. BRISBANE. Tuesday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning, Wednesday 22 February 1928, page 20 Headlines 23/2/1928 WASHAWAY BETWEEN JUNEE AND OLD JUNEE. THE FLOODS AT COOLAMON. A NEW DANGER. Threatening Nyngan. DRIFT IN THE BOGAN. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) NYNGAN, Wednesday. NYNGAN TOWN IN PERIL. Flood in the Bogan. GRAFTON WATER SUPPLY FAILS. FRESH STORM AT JUNEE. Main Southern Line Flooded. GANMAIN MENACED. Recurrence of Floods. HEAVY RAIN IN RIVERINA. GANMAIN, Wednesday. IN QUEENSLAND. FLOODED CONDAMINE. FAMILY MAROONED. BRISBANE, Wednesday. PERILOUS TIMBS AT ULMARRA. DRAMATIC ESCAPES. GRAFTON, Wednesday. HAVOC AT GRAFTON. Unprecedented Losses. WATER SUPPLY FAILS. GRAFTON, Wednesday. MURWILLUMBAH. WHEN STREETS WERE FLOODED. WITNESS'S ACCOUNT. FLOOD RELIEF. GOVERNMENT ASSISTANCE. SOUTHERN LINE. Further Washaways. STORM AT JUNEE. THE FLOODS IN THE NORTH. INLAND RIVERS. Subsidence Expected. FINE WEATHER PREDICTED. COOLAMON FLOODED. COOLAMON, Wednesday. ANXIETY PAST. ON LOWER CLARENCE. MACLEAN. Wednesday. DISASTER AVERTED. 17 PEOPLE IN DANGER. BRAVERY OF BOAT'S CREW. GRAFTON, Wednesday. This is by no means the only event of this nature. Search the archive yourself at  http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/home…

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PERILOUS TIMBS AT ULMARRA. DRAMATIC ESCAPES. GRAFTON, Wednesday.

23 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 11

…at £500,000. PRIVATIONS OF SETTLERS. GRAFTON, Tuesday. THE FLOODS IN THE NORTH COAST DISTRICT. WEATHER FORECAST. CONTINUED IMPROVEMENT. QUEENSLAND. CONDITIONS IMPROVED. BRISBANE. Tuesday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning, Wednesday 22 February 1928, page 20 Headlines 23/2/1928 WASHAWAY BETWEEN JUNEE AND OLD JUNEE. THE FLOODS AT COOLAMON. A NEW DANGER. Threatening Nyngan. DRIFT IN THE BOGAN. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) NYNGAN, Wednesday. NYNGAN TOWN IN PERIL. Flood in the Bogan. GRAFTON WATER SUPPLY FAILS. FRESH STORM AT JUNEE. Main Southern Line Flooded. GANMAIN MENACED. Recurrence of Floods. HEAVY RAIN IN RIVERINA. GANMAIN, Wednesday. IN QUEENSLAND. FLOODED CONDAMINE. FAMILY MAROONED. BRISBANE, Wednesday. PERILOUS TIMBS AT ULMARRA. DRAMATIC ESCAPES. GRAFTON, Wednesday. HAVOC AT GRAFTON. Unprecedented Losses. WATER SUPPLY FAILS. GRAFTON, Wednesday. MURWILLUMBAH. WHEN STREETS WERE FLOODED. WITNESS'S ACCOUNT. FLOOD RELIEF. GOVERNMENT ASSISTANCE. SOUTHERN LINE. Further Washaways. STORM AT JUNEE. THE FLOODS IN THE NORTH. INLAND RIVERS. Subsidence Expected. FINE WEATHER PREDICTED. COOLAMON FLOODED. COOLAMON, Wednesday. ANXIETY PAST. ON LOWER CLARENCE. MACLEAN. Wednesday. DISASTER AVERTED. 17 PEOPLE IN DANGER. BRAVERY OF BOAT'S CREW. GRAFTON, Wednesday. This is by no means the only event of this nature. Search the archive yourself at  http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/home…

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HAVOC AT GRAFTON. Unprecedented Losses. WATER SUPPLY FAILS. GRAFTON, Wednesday.

23 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 11

…FLOODS IN THE NORTH COAST DISTRICT. WEATHER FORECAST. CONTINUED IMPROVEMENT. QUEENSLAND. CONDITIONS IMPROVED. BRISBANE. Tuesday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning, Wednesday 22 February 1928, page 20 Headlines 23/2/1928 WASHAWAY BETWEEN JUNEE AND OLD JUNEE. THE FLOODS AT COOLAMON. A NEW DANGER. Threatening Nyngan. DRIFT IN THE BOGAN. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) NYNGAN, Wednesday. NYNGAN TOWN IN PERIL. Flood in the Bogan. GRAFTON WATER SUPPLY FAILS. FRESH STORM AT JUNEE. Main Southern Line Flooded. GANMAIN MENACED. Recurrence of Floods. HEAVY RAIN IN RIVERINA. GANMAIN, Wednesday. IN QUEENSLAND. FLOODED CONDAMINE. FAMILY MAROONED. BRISBANE, Wednesday. PERILOUS TIMBS AT ULMARRA. DRAMATIC ESCAPES. GRAFTON, Wednesday. HAVOC AT GRAFTON. Unprecedented Losses. WATER SUPPLY FAILS. GRAFTON, Wednesday. MURWILLUMBAH. WHEN STREETS WERE FLOODED. WITNESS'S ACCOUNT. FLOOD RELIEF. GOVERNMENT ASSISTANCE. SOUTHERN LINE. Further Washaways. STORM AT JUNEE. THE FLOODS IN THE NORTH. INLAND RIVERS. Subsidence Expected. FINE WEATHER PREDICTED. COOLAMON FLOODED. COOLAMON, Wednesday. ANXIETY PAST. ON LOWER CLARENCE. MACLEAN. Wednesday. DISASTER AVERTED. 17 PEOPLE IN DANGER. BRAVERY OF BOAT'S CREW. GRAFTON, Wednesday. This is by no means the only event of this nature. Search the archive yourself at  http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/home…

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MURWILLUMBAH. WHEN STREETS WERE FLOODED. WITNESS'S ACCOUNT.

23 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 12

…QUEENSLAND. CONDITIONS IMPROVED. BRISBANE. Tuesday. Weather chart The Sydney Morning, Wednesday 22 February 1928, page 20 Headlines 23/2/1928 WASHAWAY BETWEEN JUNEE AND OLD JUNEE. THE FLOODS AT COOLAMON. A NEW DANGER. Threatening Nyngan. DRIFT IN THE BOGAN. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) NYNGAN, Wednesday. NYNGAN TOWN IN PERIL. Flood in the Bogan. GRAFTON WATER SUPPLY FAILS. FRESH STORM AT JUNEE. Main Southern Line Flooded. GANMAIN MENACED. Recurrence of Floods. HEAVY RAIN IN RIVERINA. GANMAIN, Wednesday. IN QUEENSLAND. FLOODED CONDAMINE. FAMILY MAROONED. BRISBANE, Wednesday. PERILOUS TIMBS AT ULMARRA. DRAMATIC ESCAPES. GRAFTON, Wednesday. HAVOC AT GRAFTON. Unprecedented Losses. WATER SUPPLY FAILS. GRAFTON, Wednesday. MURWILLUMBAH. WHEN STREETS WERE FLOODED. WITNESS'S ACCOUNT. FLOOD RELIEF. GOVERNMENT ASSISTANCE. SOUTHERN LINE. Further Washaways. STORM AT JUNEE. THE FLOODS IN THE NORTH. INLAND RIVERS. Subsidence Expected. FINE WEATHER PREDICTED. COOLAMON FLOODED. COOLAMON, Wednesday. ANXIETY PAST. ON LOWER CLARENCE. MACLEAN. Wednesday. DISASTER AVERTED. 17 PEOPLE IN DANGER. BRAVERY OF BOAT'S CREW. GRAFTON, Wednesday. This is by no means the only event of this nature. Search the archive yourself at  http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/home…

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FLOOD RELIEF. GOVERNMENT ASSISTANCE.

23 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 12

…The Sydney Morning, Wednesday 22 February 1928, page 20 Headlines 23/2/1928 WASHAWAY BETWEEN JUNEE AND OLD JUNEE. THE FLOODS AT COOLAMON. A NEW DANGER. Threatening Nyngan. DRIFT IN THE BOGAN. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) NYNGAN, Wednesday. NYNGAN TOWN IN PERIL. Flood in the Bogan. GRAFTON WATER SUPPLY FAILS. FRESH STORM AT JUNEE. Main Southern Line Flooded. GANMAIN MENACED. Recurrence of Floods. HEAVY RAIN IN RIVERINA. GANMAIN, Wednesday. IN QUEENSLAND. FLOODED CONDAMINE. FAMILY MAROONED. BRISBANE, Wednesday. PERILOUS TIMBS AT ULMARRA. DRAMATIC ESCAPES. GRAFTON, Wednesday. HAVOC AT GRAFTON. Unprecedented Losses. WATER SUPPLY FAILS. GRAFTON, Wednesday. MURWILLUMBAH. WHEN STREETS WERE FLOODED. WITNESS'S ACCOUNT. FLOOD RELIEF. GOVERNMENT ASSISTANCE. SOUTHERN LINE. Further Washaways. STORM AT JUNEE. THE FLOODS IN THE NORTH. INLAND RIVERS. Subsidence Expected. FINE WEATHER PREDICTED. COOLAMON FLOODED. COOLAMON, Wednesday. ANXIETY PAST. ON LOWER CLARENCE. MACLEAN. Wednesday. DISASTER AVERTED. 17 PEOPLE IN DANGER. BRAVERY OF BOAT'S CREW. GRAFTON, Wednesday. This is by no means the only event of this nature. Search the archive yourself at  http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/home…

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SOUTHERN LINE. Further Washaways. STORM AT JUNEE.

23 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 12

…22 February 1928, page 20 Headlines 23/2/1928 WASHAWAY BETWEEN JUNEE AND OLD JUNEE. THE FLOODS AT COOLAMON. A NEW DANGER. Threatening Nyngan. DRIFT IN THE BOGAN. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) NYNGAN, Wednesday. NYNGAN TOWN IN PERIL. Flood in the Bogan. GRAFTON WATER SUPPLY FAILS. FRESH STORM AT JUNEE. Main Southern Line Flooded. GANMAIN MENACED. Recurrence of Floods. HEAVY RAIN IN RIVERINA. GANMAIN, Wednesday. IN QUEENSLAND. FLOODED CONDAMINE. FAMILY MAROONED. BRISBANE, Wednesday. PERILOUS TIMBS AT ULMARRA. DRAMATIC ESCAPES. GRAFTON, Wednesday. HAVOC AT GRAFTON. Unprecedented Losses. WATER SUPPLY FAILS. GRAFTON, Wednesday. MURWILLUMBAH. WHEN STREETS WERE FLOODED. WITNESS'S ACCOUNT. FLOOD RELIEF. GOVERNMENT ASSISTANCE. SOUTHERN LINE. Further Washaways. STORM AT JUNEE. THE FLOODS IN THE NORTH. INLAND RIVERS. Subsidence Expected. FINE WEATHER PREDICTED. COOLAMON FLOODED. COOLAMON, Wednesday. ANXIETY PAST. ON LOWER CLARENCE. MACLEAN. Wednesday. DISASTER AVERTED. 17 PEOPLE IN DANGER. BRAVERY OF BOAT'S CREW. GRAFTON, Wednesday. This is by no means the only event of this nature. Search the archive yourself at  http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/home…

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THE FLOODS IN THE NORTH.

23 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 12

…WASHAWAY BETWEEN JUNEE AND OLD JUNEE. THE FLOODS AT COOLAMON. A NEW DANGER. Threatening Nyngan. DRIFT IN THE BOGAN. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) NYNGAN, Wednesday. NYNGAN TOWN IN PERIL. Flood in the Bogan. GRAFTON WATER SUPPLY FAILS. FRESH STORM AT JUNEE. Main Southern Line Flooded. GANMAIN MENACED. Recurrence of Floods. HEAVY RAIN IN RIVERINA. GANMAIN, Wednesday. IN QUEENSLAND. FLOODED CONDAMINE. FAMILY MAROONED. BRISBANE, Wednesday. PERILOUS TIMBS AT ULMARRA. DRAMATIC ESCAPES. GRAFTON, Wednesday. HAVOC AT GRAFTON. Unprecedented Losses. WATER SUPPLY FAILS. GRAFTON, Wednesday. MURWILLUMBAH. WHEN STREETS WERE FLOODED. WITNESS'S ACCOUNT. FLOOD RELIEF. GOVERNMENT ASSISTANCE. SOUTHERN LINE. Further Washaways. STORM AT JUNEE. THE FLOODS IN THE NORTH. INLAND RIVERS. Subsidence Expected. FINE WEATHER PREDICTED. COOLAMON FLOODED. COOLAMON, Wednesday. ANXIETY PAST. ON LOWER CLARENCE. MACLEAN. Wednesday. DISASTER AVERTED. 17 PEOPLE IN DANGER. BRAVERY OF BOAT'S CREW. GRAFTON, Wednesday. This is by no means the only event of this nature. Search the archive yourself at  http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/home…

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INLAND RIVERS. Subsidence Expected. FINE WEATHER PREDICTED.

23 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 12

…JUNEE. THE FLOODS AT COOLAMON. A NEW DANGER. Threatening Nyngan. DRIFT IN THE BOGAN. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) NYNGAN, Wednesday. NYNGAN TOWN IN PERIL. Flood in the Bogan. GRAFTON WATER SUPPLY FAILS. FRESH STORM AT JUNEE. Main Southern Line Flooded. GANMAIN MENACED. Recurrence of Floods. HEAVY RAIN IN RIVERINA. GANMAIN, Wednesday. IN QUEENSLAND. FLOODED CONDAMINE. FAMILY MAROONED. BRISBANE, Wednesday. PERILOUS TIMBS AT ULMARRA. DRAMATIC ESCAPES. GRAFTON, Wednesday. HAVOC AT GRAFTON. Unprecedented Losses. WATER SUPPLY FAILS. GRAFTON, Wednesday. MURWILLUMBAH. WHEN STREETS WERE FLOODED. WITNESS'S ACCOUNT. FLOOD RELIEF. GOVERNMENT ASSISTANCE. SOUTHERN LINE. Further Washaways. STORM AT JUNEE. THE FLOODS IN THE NORTH. INLAND RIVERS. Subsidence Expected. FINE WEATHER PREDICTED. COOLAMON FLOODED. COOLAMON, Wednesday. ANXIETY PAST. ON LOWER CLARENCE. MACLEAN. Wednesday. DISASTER AVERTED. 17 PEOPLE IN DANGER. BRAVERY OF BOAT'S CREW. GRAFTON, Wednesday. This is by no means the only event of this nature. Search the archive yourself at  http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/home…

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COOLAMON FLOODED. COOLAMON, Wednesday.

23 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 12

…DANGER. Threatening Nyngan. DRIFT IN THE BOGAN. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) NYNGAN, Wednesday. NYNGAN TOWN IN PERIL. Flood in the Bogan. GRAFTON WATER SUPPLY FAILS. FRESH STORM AT JUNEE. Main Southern Line Flooded. GANMAIN MENACED. Recurrence of Floods. HEAVY RAIN IN RIVERINA. GANMAIN, Wednesday. IN QUEENSLAND. FLOODED CONDAMINE. FAMILY MAROONED. BRISBANE, Wednesday. PERILOUS TIMBS AT ULMARRA. DRAMATIC ESCAPES. GRAFTON, Wednesday. HAVOC AT GRAFTON. Unprecedented Losses. WATER SUPPLY FAILS. GRAFTON, Wednesday. MURWILLUMBAH. WHEN STREETS WERE FLOODED. WITNESS'S ACCOUNT. FLOOD RELIEF. GOVERNMENT ASSISTANCE. SOUTHERN LINE. Further Washaways. STORM AT JUNEE. THE FLOODS IN THE NORTH. INLAND RIVERS. Subsidence Expected. FINE WEATHER PREDICTED. COOLAMON FLOODED. COOLAMON, Wednesday. ANXIETY PAST. ON LOWER CLARENCE. MACLEAN. Wednesday. DISASTER AVERTED. 17 PEOPLE IN DANGER. BRAVERY OF BOAT'S CREW. GRAFTON, Wednesday. This is by no means the only event of this nature. Search the archive yourself at  http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/home…

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ANXIETY PAST. ON LOWER CLARENCE. MACLEAN. Wednesday.

23 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 12

…IN THE BOGAN. (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE.) NYNGAN, Wednesday. NYNGAN TOWN IN PERIL. Flood in the Bogan. GRAFTON WATER SUPPLY FAILS. FRESH STORM AT JUNEE. Main Southern Line Flooded. GANMAIN MENACED. Recurrence of Floods. HEAVY RAIN IN RIVERINA. GANMAIN, Wednesday. IN QUEENSLAND. FLOODED CONDAMINE. FAMILY MAROONED. BRISBANE, Wednesday. PERILOUS TIMBS AT ULMARRA. DRAMATIC ESCAPES. GRAFTON, Wednesday. HAVOC AT GRAFTON. Unprecedented Losses. WATER SUPPLY FAILS. GRAFTON, Wednesday. MURWILLUMBAH. WHEN STREETS WERE FLOODED. WITNESS'S ACCOUNT. FLOOD RELIEF. GOVERNMENT ASSISTANCE. SOUTHERN LINE. Further Washaways. STORM AT JUNEE. THE FLOODS IN THE NORTH. INLAND RIVERS. Subsidence Expected. FINE WEATHER PREDICTED. COOLAMON FLOODED. COOLAMON, Wednesday. ANXIETY PAST. ON LOWER CLARENCE. MACLEAN. Wednesday. DISASTER AVERTED. 17 PEOPLE IN DANGER. BRAVERY OF BOAT'S CREW. GRAFTON, Wednesday. This is by no means the only event of this nature. Search the archive yourself at  http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/home…

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DISASTER AVERTED. 17 PEOPLE IN DANGER. BRAVERY OF BOAT'S CREW. GRAFTON, Wednesday.

23 February 1928, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 12

…NYNGAN, Wednesday. NYNGAN TOWN IN PERIL. Flood in the Bogan. GRAFTON WATER SUPPLY FAILS. FRESH STORM AT JUNEE. Main Southern Line Flooded. GANMAIN MENACED. Recurrence of Floods. HEAVY RAIN IN RIVERINA. GANMAIN, Wednesday. IN QUEENSLAND. FLOODED CONDAMINE. FAMILY MAROONED. BRISBANE, Wednesday. PERILOUS TIMBS AT ULMARRA. DRAMATIC ESCAPES. GRAFTON, Wednesday. HAVOC AT GRAFTON. Unprecedented Losses. WATER SUPPLY FAILS. GRAFTON, Wednesday. MURWILLUMBAH. WHEN STREETS WERE FLOODED. WITNESS'S ACCOUNT. FLOOD RELIEF. GOVERNMENT ASSISTANCE. SOUTHERN LINE. Further Washaways. STORM AT JUNEE. THE FLOODS IN THE NORTH. INLAND RIVERS. Subsidence Expected. FINE WEATHER PREDICTED. COOLAMON FLOODED. COOLAMON, Wednesday. ANXIETY PAST. ON LOWER CLARENCE. MACLEAN. Wednesday. DISASTER AVERTED. 17 PEOPLE IN DANGER. BRAVERY OF BOAT'S CREW. GRAFTON, Wednesday. This is by no means the only event of this nature. Search the archive yourself at  http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/home…