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  7. DROWNED AT BRIGHTON.

    While hundreds of persons were bathing at the old baths at Brighton-le-Sands on Saturday last Walter Thomas Kennaugh (7), of Marrickville, was ...

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  8. HEALTHY HURSTVILLE.

    At the last meeting of Hurstville Council Mr. H. Doig, health and building inspector, reported that the number of houses in the municipality on ...

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  9. PROPOSED MUNICIPAL LOAN.

    At the last meeting of the Kogarah Council it was decided--on the casting vote of the Mayor (Ald. Whitfield)-- to borrow an amount of £90,000 by way ...

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  10. HURRYING TO THE SURF.

    At the Kogarah Police Court on Tuesday, before Mr. McMahon, S.M., a young woman named Rhys G. Kemmist was proceeded against for driving a ...

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  11. DANGEROUS STREET.

    At the last meeting of Rockdale Council Alderman Levey contended that Bay Street, Rockdale, was the most dangerous place in the municipality. ...

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  12. DRAMATIC ARREST.

    After being shadowed for eight miles by a Banksia man, two other men, alleged to be shop thieves, were arrested last Monday night at Sydney Station. ...

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  13. BOY'S AWFUL DEATH.

    While Ernest Campbell, age 12 years, residing at Russell Avenue, Sandringham, was assisting a boy friend to sell papers on Tuesday last at Doll's Point, ...

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  14. POPULAR BRIGHTON.

    Rockdale Council recently borrowed £30,000 for beach improvements at Brighton-le-Sands. Included in the improvements were new swimming baths. ...

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  15. EARLY MORNING ARREST.

    Some time after midnight on the 18th instant thieves broke into the tobacconist's stall at Penshurst Railway Station and stole a quantity of goods. The ...

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  16. SNAKE LECTURER BITTEN.

    Whilst exhibiting before a large crowd at Brighton-le-Sands beach last Sunday afternoon, "Ambara" Aitken, a snake expert and lecturer, received a ...

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