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  4. DUBBO POLICE COURT.

    Mr. D. McGuinn pleaded, guilty on behalf of Leo J. Cannon, Narromine, to a charge laid by the Dubbo P.P. Board, of having travelled 1800 sheep ...

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  7. DRIVING LORRY WHILE DRUNK.

    Charged with having driven a motor lorry while under the influence of drink, Adrianus Marie Hagen, of Ballimore, denied guilt. He was defended ...

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  8. DISPUTED CLAIM.

    Arthur Jamieson disputed the claim of Henry Willett for £8, balance said to be due for work and labor done. The claim of Willett was that he ...

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  9. WONGARBON HOTEL.

    The Caledonian Hotel, Wongarbon, is considered by the licensing police to be deficient in standard accommodation. The case came before Mr. J. B. ...

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