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    Evidence that a wig wag signal at a dangerous level crossing was not working, being partly responsible for tins loss of live lives when a train crashed into a car nine miles from Molong, and a complete denial by railwaymen of this assertion, featured Saturday's ...

    Article : 717 words
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  6. Stole £16 Cheque, Young Soldier Discharged After Military Sentence

    "You are very fortunate that your officer can speak so well of you," .said Mr. R. G. Cookson, P.M., at the Dubbo police court yesterday when he discharged Private Lloyd Richards (18) who had pleaded guilty to a charge of stealing a cheque valued at £16/3/-. ...

    Article : 629 words
  7. Slow Motion Travel Costly For Drovers

    Failure to drove stock the minimum distance cost each of three defendants £5, with 8/- costs, and £2/2/- professional fees, in default ...

    Article : 195 words
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  10. Taxi And Hire Vehicles Granted More Petrol

    The Commonwealth Liquid Fuel Control Board has decided to make available to taxicab and hire vehicle operators in Dublin an increased petrol ration to the extent of 50 per cent of thai used for prewar running or 50 gallons a month, the lesser quantity to apply. ...

    Article : 245 words
  11. Combating Vile Odor Carbonising Co. Task

    As health officer the shire clerk (Mr. W. K. Ames) told a meeting of the Talbragar Shire Council yesterday that the Australian ...

    Article : 494 words
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  13. Diggers Opposed to War Honor RollProposal

    Returned soldiers of Dubbo are mil enamored of a proposal outlined by the Mayor (Aid. E.B. Serisier) at the last meeting of the municipal council that an honor roll should he installed in the council chambers. ...

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  14. Appeal to Premier to End Dredge Lease

    Talbragar Shire Council has decided to write to the Premier and question what action, if any, can be taken to revoke the lease ...

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  15. Show Sequence Change Opposed By Committee

    A proposal to change Hit sentience of the Dublin Show so that it would be held late in May or early in June, was rejected at Friday's meeting of the Dubbo P.A. and II. Association. In reply to a question the chairman (Mr. L. S. Clark) said ...

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  16. Military Service Enrolment at 18

    In this issue appear statutory notices on behalf of the Department of Defence, giving details of the procedure to be adopted by all those liable ...

    Article : 320 words
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  18. Holiday Improved When Lost Money Found

    The difference between an enjoyable holiday and just a holiday is £5, according to a Dubbo woman's reckoning. ...

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    Britain's locomotive works are still keening overseas railways supplied with equipment, despite the fact that they are also turning out ...

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