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  4. FOR TRIAL ON TWO CHARGES

    Lionel Francis Patrick Jennings (23), miner, who is at present serving two sentences of two years for having an unlicensed pistol in ...

    Article : 357 words
  5. AUSTINMER NEWS

    The Austinmer sub-branch of the R.S.S. & A.I.L.A. gave a welcome home to returned servicemen and women last Saturday in the Scouts' Hall ...

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  6. S.P. BOOKIES' LOSING DAY

    Starling price bookmakers had a losing day at the Bulli Court on Friday, when nine of them were charged with using places for ...

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  7. GIRLS' CLUB

    The Margaret Wakehurst Girls' Club, which has been established at 65 Smith st., Wollongong, will be officially opened by the Minister for Labour ...

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  8. FINED FOR DIRTY PREMISES

    The Helensburgh & Lilyvale Co-op. Society Limited, was fined £20 and 8/- costs, at the Helensburgh Court on Tuesday for having dirty premises. ...

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  9. EMPTY TRAIN LEAVES PASSENGERS ON STATION

    An empty train going from Helensburgh to Sutherland left a number of intending passengers on the station on Sunday night. ...

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  10. MOTORIST ON BOND

    Charged at the Bulli Court on Friday with driving a motor car in Prince's Highway, Woonona, on Dec. 15, while under the influence of intoxicating ...

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  11. W.V.S. CANTEEN AND BRITISH CENTRE

    Yesterday the above canteen closed its door after four years of work that has called for a certain amount of self-sacrifice on the part ...

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  12. BUSH FIRES AT HELENSBURGH

    The residence of Mr. Morrison at Blue Gum, Helensburgh, was threatened by a bush fire on Friday. His home was saved by the good ...

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  13. BOY SCOUTS

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  14. BELIEVE IT OR NOT!

    Did you know that the Japs were caught cheating in the Olympic Games in Berlin? The Americans, joined by 14 other nations, protested, and ...

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  15. FOUR INJURED IN COLLISION

    When a military lorry collided with a truck at the corner of Burelli and Corrimal sts., Wollongong, on Saturday, four persons were injured, three ...

    Article : 152 words
  16. "SOMETHING A MAN CAN BELIEVE"

    It was on a vote of tolerance and human understanding that Rev. F. G. Searle, Congregational minister at Wollongong, addressed members of ...

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  17. VANDALS AT PORT KEMBLA

    During the holiday week-end extensive damage was caused to Sterling's clothing factory at Port Kembla, by vandals. ...

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  18. GROVELLY CAMP MUTINY

    Mr. H. P. Lazzarini, Minister for Works, is taking up with the Minister for the Army (Mr. F. M. Forde) the matter of a clean discharge for Messrs. ...

    Article : 96 words
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  21. CUMBERLAND COUNTY COUNCIL EXPENDITURE

    The total estimated expenditure of the Cumberland County Council, to the end of this year is £71,800, tout in view of the delay ...

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  22. "YOUNG & GAY"

    "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay," which is now showing at the Civic Theatre, co-starring Diana Lynn and Gail Russell, is just about the ...

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  23. ILLAWARRA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

    The Illawarra Symphony Orchestra has planned to give five concerts during 1946. The first of these will be held in the Civic Theatre, Wollongong. ...

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