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Saturday 4 May 1935, The Sydney Morning Herald


Two well-known cattle dealers, Frederick Betros and Norman A. Towle, on remand from Wauchope, were charged at Kempsey Police Court with conspiracy in connection with the passing of alleged valueless cheques in the purchase of several lots of cattle from various stockowners on the Macleay River. The Crown submitted 45 witnesses, the hearing extending over two days. Both men were committed for trial, bail being fixed at £200 in each case.

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