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  4. KOGARAH POLICE COURT.

    Samuel Jamieson was proceeded against for failing to stop his car after it had been concerned in an accident. Constable Dawson said that on ...

    Article : 116 words
  5. MORTDALE'S NEW THEATRE.

    The work of constructing a large modern picture theatre at Railway Parade, Mortdale, has been proceeding for some months. Last week the brickwork was ...

    Article : 168 words
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  7. MOTOR CYCLIST FINED.

    James Innes was fined £5 and 56 costs, in default two months' imprisonment, for driving a motor cycle in a manner dangerous to the public at ...

    Article : 95 words
  8. PENSHURST PROGRESS.

    The annual meeting of the Penshurst Progress Association was held in the Memorial Hall, Penshurst, on Monday night last. The secretary submitted his ...

    Article : 231 words
  9. MILK CARTER FINED.

    John Henry Ahern, a milk carter, was fined £3, and 56 costs, in default one month's imprisonment, for driving a horse and cart in a manner dangerous ...

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  10. INDECENT LANGUAGE.

    For using indecent language at Arncliffe, Thomas Alexander Clarke (38) was fined £3, in default one month's imprisonment. ...

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  11. MORTDALE CALEDONIANS.

    Members and friends of the Mortdale Caledonian Society, numbering well over three hundred, assembled in the Masonic Hall, Mortdale, on December ...

    Article : 258 words
  12. ST. GEORGE BUSINESS COLLEGE

    The principal of the St. George Business College, Hurstville, advises that lessons will be resumed on Monday next in all sections, viz., book-keeping, ...

    Article : 129 words
  13. STRANGE ACCIDENT.

    On Wednesday last Mrs. Amelia Steele, aged 72 years, of Port Hacking Road, Caringbah, visited Sydney accompanied by her son. While walking along ...

    Article : 131 words
  14. PENSHURST RAILWAY STATION.

    Mr. W. J. Butler, M.L.A., recently waited on the Minister for Public Works and urged on him the necessity for the erection of an overhead bridge at ...

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  15. NEW YEAR'S EVE PARTY.

    At their holiday house at Manly Mr. and Mrs. J. Lahiff, of Arncliffe, gave a party on New Year's Eve. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Dennis, ...

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  16. ALLEGED SERIOUS OFFENCE.

    Last Saturday night Constable Stephenson found a Sydenham youth lying on the sand at Brighton-le-Sands with a girl 14 years of age. The sobbing girl ...

    Article : 79 words
  17. TRAMWAY SEATS REMOVED.

    At the last meeting of Kogarah Council it was reported that the railway authorities had removed all the seats provided for waiting passengers along ...

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  18. TESTIMONIAL TO MR. DON ROSS.

    The Mayor of Hurstville (Ald. H. Hill) is calling a public meeting, to be held in the council chambers on Monday evening, January 21, for the ...

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