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Probably by Bullet.

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Thursday 5 April 1934, The Sydney Morning Herald

Probably by Bullet.

ARMIDALE, Wednesday.

As the Glen Innes mall train was stopping to
pick up passengers at Black Mountain last
night a window of the rear carriage was shat-
tered and a woman and three children were
showered with glass. The Guyra police were
notified, but they were unable to secure a
clue. When the train arrived at Armidale,
the police made a thorough examination of
the carriage, but failed to find any missile. It
is surmised from the splintering of the wood-
work on the window frame that the damage
was caused by a bullet.

Written by macalba

March 17, 2010 at 2:08 pm

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