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  • HELENA VALE RACES REAL WINS THE HANDICAP Golden Plumage's Great Gallop

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  • VISITORS TO LONDON.

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  • ON EASTERN COURSES ASPENDALE PARK'S FIXTURE H[?]r Apparent Wins the Cup—A Winner Disqualified MELBOURNE, Saturday.

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  • THE HAWKESBURY OUTING Polycletan Wins the Spring Handicap SYDNEY, Saturday.

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  • TEMPTATIONS OF GIRLS Working in Greek Cafes BRISBANE, Saturday.

    The temptation to which young girls are exposed when working in Greek cafes was referred to in the Arbitration Court by Mr. P. Millard, ... [Article] (134 words)
  • Racing on the Goldfields BOULDER CLUB'S MEETING September Handicap Won by Farnsworth KALGOORLIE, Saturday.

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  • ON THE TRAINING TRACK Some Remarkably Fast Gallops SYDNEY, Saturday.

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  • Wreck of the Seaflower BODY WASHED ASHORE

    The police were notified yesterday morning that a body had been washed ashore near Moore River, where the illfated Seaflower (which has now ... [Article] (142 words)
  • MURRAY IRRIGATION SETTLEMENTS A "Financial Failure" ADELAIDE, Saturday.

    "The Murray Irrigation Settlements are a financial, failure." The startling conclusion was reached by the Railways Standing Committee, which has ... [Article] (94 words)
  • LAST NIGHT'S TROTTING GUYMONT AND PHYLLIS ROY DEAD HEAT Tinkle Bell the Last

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  • TROTTING SNAPS

    Acceptances for the Great Western Handicap and entries for the Royal Show events are due to-morrow (Monday). ... [Article] (155 words)
  • EXCESSIVE RAINFALL September Going Strong

    These spring showers would be very welcome if the winter season had not been so prolific of heavy downpours. The metropolitan and coastal ... [Article] (102 words)
  • YESTERDAY'S FOOTBALL SEMI-FINAL AT THE PORT—EAST FREMANTLE VICTORIOUS EAST FREMANTLE v. S. FREMANTLE An Uninteresting Game

    Meetings of South and East Fremantle at the Port Oval almost invariably furnish a close game, but yesterday afternoon's semi-final ... [Article] (1116 words)
  • PERTH-SUBURBAN ASSOCIATION Maylands Premiers

    In the Perth Suburban Association premiership match, played as Subiaco yesterday afternoon, Maylands met and defeated West Subiaco by 7 goals 7 ... [Article] (81 words)
  • "B" GRADE Western Division Premiership—Won by South Fremantle

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  • EX-SCHOLARS' SEMI-FINAL.

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  • MELBOURNE MATCHES MELBOURNE, Saturday.

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  • SEMI-FINAL IN ADELAIDE ADELAIDE, Saturday.

    With five points separating them at the end of the third quarter, Sturt had North Adelaide fought out a desperate finish on the Adelaide Oval this ... [Article] (51 words)
  • THE SOCCER CODE CLAREMONT WIN CHARITY CUP

    Yesterday afternoon a big crowd witnessed the final of the Charity Cup on the Esplanade. Claremont and Rangers were the competitors, and, ... [Article] (528 words)
  • CHINA WINS A TEST SYDNEY, Saturday.

    In the fourth soccer test at Sydney to-day China beat Australia 3 to 1. This is the first test won by the Chinese visiting team. ... [Article] (40 words)
  • WEATHER FORECAST

    Unsettled showers in coastal areas and agricultural districts. Fine on the goldfields, Gascoyne, and tropics. Fresh N.W. to S.W. ... [Article] (34 words)
  • "AN OLD WRECK" CHANNEL PILOT'S OPINION Of the Lost Ei Ka[?]ira (Australian Press Association.) LONDON, Saturday.

    At the inquiry into the loss of the El Kahira, the Channel pilot who accompanied the vessel from Gravesend to Dover on the last voyage gave ... [Article] (287 words)
  • AIR SERVICES A DUTCH PILOT'S VENTURE Amsterdam to East Indies (Australian Press Association.} LONDON, Saturday.

    The "Daily Chronicle" states that Van der Noop, a Dutch air pilot, proposes flying from Amsterdam to the Dutch East Indies in a Fokker ... [Article] (94 words)
  • CHAOS IN CHANGSHA BRITISH WARSHIP FIRED ON Foreign Vessels Looted (Australian Press Association.) NEW YORK, Saturday.

    A message from Pe[?]ing states that, due to the contest for supremacy among the various generals, chaos exists in Changsha, where foreign ... [Article] (157 words)
  • JAPANESE NATION RAPIDLY RECOVERING FROM THE DISASTER. Government Appreciates Foreign Help (Australian Press Association.) NEW YORK, Saturday.

    Messages from Tokio state that means of communication are gradually improving, and the Government has withdrawn some of its limitations of ... [Article] (156 words)
  • Further List of Killed SHANGHAI, Saturday.

    The third official list from Kobe of British reported killed includes Mr. O. T. Benney, Miss Mabel Francis, Mr. L. Hawkes, Mr. R. B. Keayes, and Miss ... [Article] (36 words)
  • BOXING Dempsey-Wills Fight Off—Negre Now Wants Firpo NEW YORK, Saturday.

    Harry Wills has been matched to meet Homer Smith here on September 27. Smith is fancied for staying the limit in a ten-round bout with Firpo ... [Article] (95 words)
  • Sheppeard Knocked Out SYDNEY, Saturday.

    Ern Sheppeard, Australia's heavyweight champion, was to-night knocked out in the twelfth round by Blackie Miller, Australian Navy champion. ... [Article] (26 words)
  • A PROMINENT JOURNALIST Resigns From His Post

    After 12 years active association with our morning contemporary, the "West Australian," Mr. J. C. Morrison on Thursday handed, in his resignation. ... [Article] (147 words)
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    PERCY DEANE. Of the Prime Minister's Department, who facilitated W. E. Davies' negotiations with the Federal ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (94 words)
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    COLONEL OLDERSHAW. Ex-Sugar Controller, who would not facilitate W. E. Davies' sugar negotiations. But Davies ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (35 words)
  • GRECO- ITALIAN CRISIS MUSSOLINI'S MILITARY ACTIVITY [?]acing J[?]go-Slavia (Reuters.) LONDON, Saturday.

    Malta passengers arriving by the steamer Cicely describe huge barracks at Syracuse, where great military activity is proceeding. ... [Article] (224 words)
  • UNHAPPY IRELAND Rebels Threaten Farmers London, Saturday.

    Type-written notices signed by the officer commanding the army of workers of the "Republic" have been sent to a number of Waterford farmers ... [Article] (56 words)
  • INTERSTATE CRICKET SHEFFIELD SHIELD FIXTURES MELBOURNE, Saturday.

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  • THE RIVER FATALITY George Cockburn's Body Recovered

    Late last night the Fremantle police received word that a boy named Lilley[?] man had recovered the body of George Cockburn at a point opposite ... [Article] (34 words)
  • TEMPERATURES IN THE CAPITALS

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  • THE RUHR PROBLEM GERMANY'S SOLUTION For Economic Restoration (Australian Press Association.) LONDON, Saturday.

    The correspondent of the "Daily Chronicle" at Berlin wired last night the following officially inspired statement which was given to the press:— ... [Article] (405 words)
  • FRENCH AND BRITISH PREMIERS Results of Interview Uncertain (Reuters.) LONDON, Saturday.

    While the most gratified cordiality is expressed in the French Press, well-informed circles in London are very cautious in expressing an opinion with ... [Article] (160 words)
  • DUMPING IN ENGLAND BY EUROPEAN MANUFACTURERS Is Manufacturing Unemployed (Australian Press Association.) LONDON, Saturday.

    Sir Beach Thomas, the well-known journalist, writing in the "Daily Express" on the effects of foreign dumping, states that the present cost of ... [Article] (224 words)
  • LOST JEWELS A Strange Case (Australian Press Association.) LONDON, Saturday.

    Lloyds Underwriters are offering £1500 reward in connection with a strange case of lost jewels. Mrs. Fielding, travelling from Nice to London, ... [Article] (126 words)
  • INDIAN BANDITS Held Up a Motor Party (Reuters.) ALLAHABAD, Saturday.

    According to the "Pioneer," a private motor car carrying Indians was held up on the 15th inst., and two others on the Ismail-Khan road, near ... [Article] (63 words)
  • THE GRAIN MARKET Wheat Firm But Dull LONDON, Saturday.

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