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  2. Advertising

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  4. SEVEN HILLS.

    The Education Department requested Blacktown Council this week to arrange with its sanitary contractor for work at the Seven Hills public school, intimating ...

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  6. ARRANGING A SANITARY AREA.

    The Local Government Department has notified Blacktown Council that the powers of section 107 of the Local Government Act can only be acquired by ...

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  7. The Penitent Canvasser

    At the Parramatta Police Court on Wednesday, before Mr. M. H. Fitzhardinge, S.M., Cecil Linden Trevor Olsen, a canvasser, was charged with obtaining, by ...

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  8. BLACKTOWN.

    Mr. A. Bruntnell, M.L.A., has notified Blacktown Council that he will have pleasure in acting in co-operation with Messrs. Hunt and Walker, M's.L.A., in having the ...

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  9. THE SHOOTING AFFAIR.

    At the Parramatta Court on Wednesday, on the application of the defendant, the hearing of the charge against Willie Lee, of having inflicted grievous bodily harm ...

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  10. PROPOSED ROAD.

    Mr. J. Cecil Bowman, administrator of the estate of the late James Bowman, wrote to Blacktown Council re the proposed new road Schofields to Blacktown, ...

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  11. THE SHIRE'S HEALTH.

    The Blacktown shire health officer reported at Tuesday's meeting of the council that no cases of infectious disease had, occurred since the last meeting. During ...

    Article : 147 words
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  13. WORK APPRECIATED.

    Mrs. Ruby Graham, of Victoria-street, Smithfield, in an appreciative letter to Blacktown Council, stated that when passing through Doonside recently she was ...

    Article : 110 words
  14. WENTWORTHVILLE.

    Route marches at present in Wentworthvllle are a thing of the past on account of the hot weather; but one of Loverldge's cool, refreshing drinks off the ...

    Article : 47 words
  15. THE COUNCIL.

    Blacktown Council met on Tuesday. Present: President Angus, Councillors Pringle, Page, G. Lalor, Pye and W. A. Lalor, Mr. Marks was allowed to address ...

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  16. RAILWAY MATTERS.

    The growth of revenue at the local railway station has been so great that the Commissioners have decided to appoint an additional porter. The railway gates at ...

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  17. "MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS!"

    "With reference to your letter of the 2nd inst., relative to a suggestion to provide a water-tank for supplying engines at Blacktown station, I am directed to thank ...

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  18. SCHOOL OF ARTS.

    The damage sustained by the building during the recent storm has been made good, the walls having been strengthened and the roof replaced. The committee ...

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  19. ELECTRIC LIGHT.

    The Parramatta Electric Supply Co., in a letter to Blacktown Council, intimated that though unable at the present time to Rive a definite answer as to the ...

    Article : 79 words
  20. BUILDING TRADE ACTIVITY.

    Plans and specifications for the following buildings have been approved by Blacktown, Council:—Wb. cottage for Mr. Rothwell, Junction-street, Schofield; stable ...

    Article : 180 words
  21. "THE HATED [?]."

    A complaint by Mr. G. F. Kubbere, of Flushcombe estate, Blacktown, Hint the Impounding officer had seized two of his calves which were feeding just outside of ...

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  22. MONSTER SPORTS DAY.

    The committee of the Church of England have arranged to hold a monster sports carnival on Saturday, 15th February, followed by a moonlight, concert, in aid of ...

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  23. TOONGABBIE.

    The construction of the Wentworth avenue bridge has been started, a good deal of material being delivered on the site. Scarcity or water is being severely felt ...

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  24. THE WATER QUESTION.

    At the request of Councillor W. A. Labor the Water and Sewerage Board have agreed to the extension of 838 yards of 4in. main in Federal-avenue and New-street, ...

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  25. PENDLE HILL.

    Councillor Page reported at this week's shire council meeting that a meeting had been held at Pendle Hill to consider the Railway Department's offer to build a ...

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  26. PROSPECT.

    The Minister for Education has informed Mr. J. C. Hunt, M.L.A., that a report will be called for from the district inspector in regard to the request for the ...

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