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1916 – Floods in the Riverina District of New South Wales

Article reprinted from “The Australian Buick Bulletin” September 1916
Researched and contributed by Marc McInnes from the original magazine
A party of Commercial Travelers were caught in the River Laughlan, which is a tributary of the River Murray; they had to proceed on their business and charge the flood waters, of course with good results.
Posted 02/2004
2017-02-03T18:18:03+00:00 February 3rd, 2017|Old Buick Stories|