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  2. Chased the Referee

    The unseemly disturbance, on Bigge Square, Liverpool, on May 12th, was the cause, of a plumber named Albert Garner, a resident of Lidcombe being charged ...

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  3. BILKING AND BELLICOSE

    Richard Southwell, a pic vendor at Moorebank, was charged with being drunk and disorderly and using indecent language age. Southwell pleaded not guilty to ...

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  5. "Rushed at Me Like a Tiger."

    Arthur Bedford, a Liverpool draper, proceeded tit Liverpool Court on Monday against Alderman Arthur Edward Bosley, a resident of Charles-street, for an ...

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  6. CABRA-VALE

    Liverpool Court was well filled on Monday with lady residents of Cabramatta Park, When a case was listed of alleged Unlawful assault by Margaret Marshall ...

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  7. LIVERPOOL

    William Henry Whitney, 44, was charged at Liverpool Court on Friday with being drunk and disorderly In Terminus-street on Thursday. Sergeant Gibson told ...

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  8. The Mayor's Regrets

    Sir,—In your issue of 10th inst. appears over the signature of "Charitable" a very vicious attempt to injure the. Preston (Liverpool) branch of the Red Cross ...

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  9. TRANSFER OF LICENSE

    Bofore the Lilverpool Licensing: Bench on Monday, the transfer of the licens of the Collingwood Hotel was granted from Owen Beverage to Thomas George ...

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  11. HELPING THEMSELVES

    At the council meeting Alderman Monson.said he had a small sum of money handed to him from the vehicle drivers on the local rank, with, the understanding ...

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  13. SMITHFIELD AND FAIRFIELD

    At the Liverpool Children's Court on Monday a small boy, a resident of Fairfield, was fined 4s, with 6s costs of court, for letting oft fireworks in the public ...

    Article : 56 words
  14. "THE PATHFINDERS."

    At the court on Monday two members of the Remount Depot and a young farmer were, charged with riding on the footpaths in IlawarrN-road, Moorebank. All three ...

    Article : 216 words
  15. SAD DEATH

    The sad accident to the [?] Latty son of Mr. and Mrs James Latty of "Eulalia," North-street, Fairfield [?] fatally from tetans at the ...

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  17. MERRYLANDS

    A large number of workers turned up at Ringrose-avenue on saturday and Sunday to assist in the erection of a blind soldiers [?] home on land ...

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  18. RATEPAYERS ASSOCIATION

    A meeting was held at Mr. Rogers' residence, Merrylands-road to wind up affairs in connection with the local Nationlist cause at the recent Federal elections ...

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  19. SYSTEMATIC ROBBERY

    Gerhard Banning, an internee at the German concentration camp, aged 23, and ! described as a steward, was charged with stealing the sum of £5 from Albert ...

    Article : 199 words
  20. Church Services

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  21. A POPULAR SOLDIER RESIDENT

    For some four years past Mr. H. K. Thorpe has identified himself with almost every public and patriotic movement, and his Jovial temperament has ...

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  22. THE CHILDREN'S CONCERT

    There was a great crowd in the town hall on Saturday to witness the concert programme arranged by the local Parents and Citizens' Association, with the object ...

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  23. WATCH AM DER SPOUT.

    Christian Wilde. 27, a carpenter and a prisoner of war at Hodlsworthy, appeared at Liverpool Court to answer a charge of larceny as a [?] of a gold watch and ...

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