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  2. TUMUT TOWN BAND

    The annual meeting of the Tumut Town Band was held in the Shire Chambers on Friday night last. Present: Messrs H. S. Davy ...

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  5. SHEEP STEALING.

    At the Tumut Police Court on Thursday last, before Messrs. R. L. Blakcney and Tom Wilkinson, J's.P., Lyle Cartlege, William Allday ...

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  6. COOTAMUNDRA TRAGEDY

    the coroner bed an inquest at Cootamundra last Saturday morning into the deaths of Marj[?] Quinn, aged 18 years, and William John ...

    Article : 403 words
  7. QUARTER SESSIONS

    Alan Saunders, aged 19 years, pleaded guilty to a charge of breaking, entering and stealing, on April 18, at Temova, from the ...

    Article : 180 words
  8. BANK CLERK-SENTENCED

    John David Maloney pleaded guilty to charges of embezzlement as a clerk of the Cootamundra branch of the Bank of Australia of £24, £18. ...

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  9. DAMAGED MOTOR LORRY

    John Richards pleaded not guilty to liming maliciously damaged a motor lorry, the property of Frederick Mitchell, of Temora, to the ...

    Article : 67 words
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  11. BURDEN OF FRUIT FREIGHTS

    Although freights on wheat expor-ted to the United Kingdom are slightly below pre-war level, the rate on fruit is about 60 per cent higher ...

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  12. MAREEBA TOBACCO

    The prices obtained at the recent sales of tobacco at Mareoba, (North Queensland) have been very disappointing to the growers, who are ...

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