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  3. The Church in the Street

    We cannot read a newspaper without realising that human lives are cheap to-day. unbelievably cheap. Ours is the age in which gangster gunmen have ...

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  4. QUANDIALLA

    Miss B. Burns left on Saturday to spend a holiday at parkes. On Friday Mrs. J. Mc Hardy left for her home in Sydney, after spending a ...

    Article : 655 words
  5. CARAGABAL

    The door-takings at the ball reported in last issue should have read £5510, not £5510, as staled-- evidently a typographical error. ...

    Article : 611 words
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  7. WARROO

    Mrs. W. Roberts and her children, Neville and Margaret, returned to Goulburn after sharing a holiday with the former's father, Mr. D. Reedy, at ...

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