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  2. Advertising

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  3. Motorist on Manslaughter Charge

    STRUCK BY A MOTOR car in Parramatta-road, Auburn, about dusk on April 10, Walter William Hart was killed instantly. William James vickory Edworthy (30), at the Parramatta ...

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  4. CHEAPER WATER

    That the reduction by the Water Board of 2d per 1000 gallons in metered water charges to nurserymen and market gardeners should be applied to all primary ...

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  5. Goodyear Goes Down at Last

    IN A THRILLING struggle at Lidcombe Oval on Saturday— a struggle that had the huge crowd wild with excitement Goodyear was beaten by a better team. The Magpies' superiority was beyond question. ...

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  6. POLICE ARE FAST

    "The speed of police cars is something shocking," declared Solicitor Patterson at the Liverpool Police Court on Friday. ...

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  7. HERE & THERE

    Pareels of primary products for needy families were distributed from Eastwood Town Hall on Friday. There were 80 parcels, and 106 applicants, hence much ...

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  8. HERE & THERE

    Gordon Hay was lined £7 at Ryde Police Court on Thursday for illegal betting at West Ryde. ...

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  9. TREE-PLANTING

    A tree-planting scheme will probably be in operation at Fairfield shortly. The council is considering the purchase of trees from the Gosford State Nursery at ...

    Article : 66 words
  10. Betting Charge.

    John Jerome Jenkins (27), at the Parramatta Police Court last Friday, was fined £[?] for having accepted a totebet at Auburn on June 19. He had one ...

    Article : 38 words
  11. Tennis Youngster Passes.

    An outstanding juvenila player in the Auburn-Lidcombe Tennis Association, Ray [?]Burgess, who was only 13 years of age, died last week He played with ...

    Article : 51 words
  12. To Visit Granville.

    It is not often that preachers of the calibre of Bey, James McLeod (St-Stephen's, Sydney) visit Granville, but the opportunity will be given of hearing ...

    Article : 51 words
  13. Drainage Works.

    In connection with the request for a grant for the extension of the drainage works on the Holroyd side of Toongabbie Creek into the Blacktown area at least ...

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  14. Thieves Were Disturbed.

    Mr. E. F. Cheeseman, of Watts-road. Eastwood, had articles valued at £4 removed from his home on Wednesday. The thieves had evidently been ...

    Article : 55 words
  15. Election Echo.

    Caught placing a plaeard on a telegraph pole in Woodville-road. Granville on April 30. Argus Ogston said that he was helping his brother, who was a ...

    Article : 79 words
  16. Cheaper Water?

    The Water Board recently approved of a reduction in the meterage rate in the case of market gardens and [?] Contending that a similar concession ...

    Article : 61 words
  17. Butcher Before Court.

    At the Ryde Police Court on Thursday Roy E. Stargiss, batcher, of Victoria-road, West Ryde, was fined £ with 8/- posts for selliing mince-meat. which ...

    Article : 76 words
  18. Automatic Exchange.

    In connection with the rural automatic telephone exchange for Blacktown , installation of the equipment in the building. which is already available, will soon ...

    Article : 62 words
  19. Can't be Recommended.

    The Water Board Informed Blacktown Council last Thursday that, because the revenue position was not satisfactory, the following extensions of main[?] ...

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  20. "Potential Danger."

    "This road is used considerably by motorists, and as it has two sharp turns the absence of lights is a potential danger." Drawing attention to the inadequate ...

    Article : 58 words
  21. A Bouquet.

    "I have been asked to convey to your electrical staff our appreciation and admiration on the way in which they carried out our extension. It's a pleasure ...

    Article : 85 words
  22. Rent Allowance Refused.

    A suggestion by Lidcombe Council that the government should make a rent allowance to the unemployed has been turned down. Mr. S. A. Lioyd, M.L.A ...

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