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  2. Driver Fatally injured

    The driver of this car, Mrs. Dorothy Briggs Wilson, of Kalgoorlie, was killed last Friday morning when the vehicle overturned near the the 75-mile peg on the Great Eastern Highway. Her husband, the Rev. John Wilson, of Egan-street, Kalgoorlie, and their three children—Moira (7), Gregory (4) and Michele (10 months)—were ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 61 words
  3. LEWIS HINTS AT COLOUR BAR

    "I am not too sure that the colour bar has not come into this," the Minister for Native Welfare, Mr. E. H. M. Lewis, told a group of petitioners at Goomalling on Friday afternoon. ...

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  4. THEY HEAR OF YORK FESTIVAL PLANS

    YORK: The District Youth Organiser in York, Mr. W. Motherway, has been busy with his drive for community support for the proposed Festival of York. On Thursday he visited and spoke to York Rotarians ...

    Article : 139 words
  5. MEMORIAL IS DEBT FREE

    CUNDERDIN: President of the Cunderdin Tree Society, Mr. G. F. Dennis told members at their March ...

    Article : 207 words
  6. DISTRICT SHOWS ADVOCATED

    Mr. D. Chipper, vice-president of the Royal Agricultural Society, told delegates to the Central Group conference at Northam on Monday that his council felt that big district shows were ...

    Article : 310 words
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  8. £270 profit from show — £ 100 to grass oval

    DOWERIN: Addressing the annual meeting of the Dowerin Agricultural Society, the resident, Mr. H. Redding, was able to give a glowing report of events in 1963. ...

    Article : 300 words
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  10. Big tennis at Ballidu

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 107 words
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