W A R R ACKNABEAL, Monday.— A dray drawn by a sleepy horse gradually collected a crowd of followers as it moved slowly through Warracknabeal’s main street today.
On, the dray were three 36-gallon kegs of beer.
By the time it had reached its destination – one of the town’s four beerless hotels – a certain amount of excitement was in the air.
“Funny, I had forgotten about those three,” explained the publican.
“Been at the station for a fortnight.”
Tomorrow the town is expected to be beerless again.
–The Age (Melbourne, Vic.) Tuesday 25 November 1952
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