Mr. P. Stewart Dawson, of Stewart Dawson, Ltd., who arrived on Sunday by mail plane from Adelaide on a business visit to Perth, will leave for Sydney to
morrow by the Karoola. Mr. J. E. Ollquist, manager in Perth of Bell's Asbestos Australian Agency, Ltd., will leave tomorrow for Sydney by the Karoola.. He will be accompanied by his wife and son. Mr. J. Stanley Burston, one of the prin cipals of Barrett Bros, and Burston and Co Pty., Ltd., and a director of Union Maltings Pty., Ltd., who is on a busi ness visit to Perth, will leave for Mel bourne tomorrow by the Karoola. Mr. James A. Frazer, manager of Cen tral Agency (Australia), Ltd.. Melbourne, will arrive in Perth by the Great Western express on Monday next on a business visit to the local branch of the com pany. Mr. D. W. McMurdo, managing director in South Australia for Goode, Durrant and Murray, Ltd., arrived at Fremantle on the interstate ifessel Karoola yester day on a business visit to this State and to meet the chairman of directors of the company (Mr. W. E. Pennick), who ar rived from London on the liner Strath aird. He expects to return to Adelaide in a fortnight's time. Mr. W. Caldwell, of the International Labour Office at Geneva, who is at present in Western Australia on furlough, addressed a gathering of Labour officials yesterday at the Perth Trades Hall, his subject being 'Modern Industrial Condi tions,' with special reference to the work of the International Labour Office. This .afternoon at Airways House he will speak on the same subject to the council of the Employers' Federation. STRATHAIRD'S PASSENGERS. Among the passengers on the liner Strathaird, which passed through Fre mantle yesterday from Europe, were the following: — Mr. W. J. Draffin, managing director of Joyce Bros. (W.A.), Ltd., who returned from a six weeks' business and holiday trip to India. Mr. J. Perkins, MH\R., former Minister for the Interior, who has spent nine months in the United States and on the Continent. Mr. H. W. Tompkins, a Melbourne architect, who is returning after a visit to Britain, the Continent and the United States. He is accompanied by his son, Mr. H. F. Tompkins. Mr. A. Bence, technician to the All India Tyre and Rubber Manufacturing Company, who is travelling to Melbourne to select an Australian plant for retread- ing motor car tyres in India. Mr. W. E. Pennick, chairman of direc tors of Goode, Durrant and Murray, Ltd., who is making a business visit to Aus tralia. He disembarked at Fremantle and expects to stay in Perth for about a month before going on to Adelaide. He intends to return to London in three or four months' time. Mr. W. J. Winterbottom, managing director of the Winterbottom Motor Com pany, Ltd., and vice-chairman of the Western Australian Turf Club, who re turned to this State after making a world tour of six and a half months. For most of that time he was in the United States and England. He was accom panied by Mrs. Winterbottom. Mr. Gerard Lovell, a mining expert, who disembarked at Fremantle. In this State he will inspect a number of mining properties in the Murchison district and near Southern Cross for a London syndi cate. Mr. Lovell, who about 30 years ago was manager of the Sons of Gwalia mine at Leonora and the Great Fingall mine at Day Dawn, and who was subse quently general manager of the Burma Corporation for 12 years, has recently been inspecting various goldmining pro perties in South Africa for the syndicate.