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Title: Jandakot Roads Board, 1903
Imprint: Perth : Morning Herald, 1903
Notes: Published in The Morning Herald, 1 August 1903. Digital copy taken from microfilm at State Library of WA in 2018.
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Summary: The Jandakot Roads Board was formed in 1892 to administer the newly-settled areas of the Jandakot Agricultural Area. They had a small office on Forrest Road in what was then called Banjup, possibly on the eastern side of the current Cockburn/Armadale boundary.In this photo: Front row - F. Robe, J.A. Hicks (chairman), A. SkeetBack row - J.C. Anderson, jun. (secretary), R. Taylor, F. Moennich, G.J. Moran, G. Harber (auditor).
Subject: Cockburn Region (W.A.) -- Jandakot
Jandakot -- Halls
Jandakot -- People
Jandakot Roads Board, 1903

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