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WHITE CITY, PERTH PROTEST AGAINST GAMBLING. CITY COUNGIL'S ACTION. Perth, Feb. 16. Carnival Square. or White City, as it is more generally known, has been the subject of discussion by the City Council on many occasions, princip ally on account of the gambling which it was alleged took place there. Recently the council resolved ? n terview the Premier, Mr. Col lier, ~'lr i r i t~ the proposal that the square should lie ti~rLsferred (j' the council. At ,,esterday's meeting of the coun cil a letter was received from the. Premier, stating that it would not be necessary for a deputation to meet him as the existiup, lease of the area would expire on \darch 81, after which other arra.ngements would be instituted. After stating that the area was controlled by the State Gar dePs Boa}g the letfGer concluded as ollows :-' I reret to say that . ma.