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  7. KOGARAH SANITARY FEES.

    As intimated in the "Propeller" recently Kogarah Council's sanitary fees have been reduced, but not to the extent which might have been expected. The ...

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  8. NEW GOLF LINKS.

    Kogarah Golf Club, Ltd., is a now club, the links being under construction at Moorefield Racecourse, Kogarah. When finished they will provide ideal ...

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  9. COUNCIL EMPLOYEES DISMISSED

    Kogarah Council continues to dispense with the services of its employees and in, the reduction of salaries, thus creating a feeling of dissatisfaction and ...

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  10. WOMAN ATTACKED BY THIEF.

    Mrs. Thelma Lillian Morris, aged 24, of Highclere Avenue, Rockdale, had a startling experience at her residence shortly after 11 o'clock on Monday ...

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  11. BOY DIES FROM TETANUS.

    On January 9 William Sole, aged 7 years, of Bestic Street, Rockdale, drove a fishbone into one of his big toes, from which fatal tetanus germs entered his ...

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  12. MAN FOUND INJURED.

    A man, who stated that his name was Thomas Clark, 49, was found injured on the roadside on the Sutherland side of Tom Ugly's Point at about 2 o'clock ...

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  13. TWO GIRLS INJURED.

    Two serious accidents occurred at Brighton-le-Sands baths last Sunday. Eileen Hickey, 28, of Tangoorah Bond, Lidcombe,' fell down a flight of steps ...

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  14. FATAL MOTOR ACCIDENT.

    Charles James Larkin (18), of Colleen Street, Blakehurst, was riding a motor cycle along Prince's Highway, Kogarah, last Friday afternoon when ...

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