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  2. WOMEN'S CONFERENCES.

    The annual conference of the West Australian National Council of Women was opened yesterday in the McNess Hall, Pier-street. The president (Dr. Roberts Jull) ...

    Article : 1,409 words
  3. VICE-REGAL APPOINTMENTS.

    In view of the gravity and practical importance of the changes which have been made in the relationship between Great Britain and the Commonwealth of ...

    Article : 1,012 words
  4. ACCIDENTS.

    Mr. Horace Hansen (about 21) of Kathleen-street, Cottesloe, was fatally injured when a motor cycle he was riding collided with a woman on the Perth Fremantle ...

    Article : 114 words
  5. WHEAT CONFERENCE.

    Disappointment at the outcome of the international wheat conference in London was expressed yesterday by Mr. T. H. Bath, a trusted of the "Wheat Pool of West ...

    Article : 723 words
  6. Advertising

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    Advertising : 230 words
  7. LAND AGENTS' METHODS.

    Trenchant criticism of the activities of a firm of land agents carrying on business as Land and Homes, Ltd., was voiced in the Legislative Assembly yesterday ...

    Article : 2,370 words
  8. TARIFF DEBATE.

    CANBERRA, May 27.—When the discussion of the itemised tariff was resumed in the House of Representatives to-day. Mr. Gullett (U.A.P., Vic.) protested ...

    Article : 1,074 words
  9. GASHED BY CIRCULAR SAW.

    Alfred Mclsom (25). of Falls-road, Kalamunda, received severe gashes across several fingers of his left hand when he accidentally placed the hand against the teeth ...

    Article : 69 words
  10. TRUCKS DERAILED AT CARLISLE.

    The third derailment on the State railways since last Friday night occurred at Carlisle at 1.10 a.m. yesterday, when three trucks on a goods train travelling from ...

    Article : 185 words
  11. PLAYING WITH CRACKERS.

    SYDNEY. May 27.—A young girl was so seriously injured by the explosion of a cracker at Concord to-day that her life is in danger. Elizabeth Costin (10), was ...

    Article : 131 words
  12. SERIOUS OFFENCE.

    MELBOURNE, May 27.—The Full Court of the High Court of Australia today dismissed the appeal of Albert Augustine Edwards, a member of the House of ...

    Article : 128 words
  13. CAR'S PLUNGE INTO RIVER.

    Robert Mackie, who was fined £10, and William Henry Deane, who was fined £7, on Tuesday, on joint charges of having driven dangerously at Claremont, on ...

    Article : 557 words
  14. EMPIRE SHOPPING.

    BUNBURY, May 27.—A striking display of Empire products was opened in the Rechabite Hall, Bunbury, to-night, by his Excellency, the Governor (Sir William ...

    Article : 140 words
  15. "A DARING FORECAST."

    Commenting yesterday on the statement made at the London conference by the Soviet delegates that the Russian crop this year was expected to be 1,362,000,000 ...

    Article : 80 words
  16. A DISPUTED SALE.

    "I am satisfied that the endorsed form of guarantee on the contract did not render the document liable to additional stamp duty. When the point was first raised it ...

    Article : 731 words
  17. WORLD GRAIN SHOW.

    Yesterday morning the Minister for Agriculture (Mr. P. D. Ferguson) met Messrs. T. H. Bath and J.Teasdale, representing the Wheat Pool. W. Padbury and ...

    Article : 683 words
  18. GENERAL NEWS.

    The Coastal Scottish Pipe Band will hold an old-time and jazz dance at St. Georse's Hall to-night. The Tivoli Skating Rink will be open ...

    Article : 729 words
  19. CLAREMONT ASYLUM.

    The report of the board of visitors to the Claremont, Hospital for the Inane (Dr. D. M. McWhae, chairman, Dr. M. K. Moss. Messrs. B. H. Darbyshire and ...

    Article : 585 words
  20. BROADCAST PROGRAMMES.

    To-day,—7.30 a.m.: Town Hall chimes 7.33: Weather synopsis and forecast. 7.34: Siding price of wheat, wheat cables, produce market report and fat stock report. 7.40: Music 8.0: ...

    Article : 545 words
  21. IMPORTED TIMBER.

    BRISBANE, May 27.—At the State timber utilisation conference opened by the Minister for Lands (Mr. W. A. Deacon) to-day, Mr. H. M. Russell. M.L.A.. report ...

    Article : 114 words
  22. WORKERS COMPENSATION BILL.

    Sir.—May I ask why a Government, whether Nationalist or Labour, should introduce a Bill which if carried, must inevitably bring about a further addition to ...

    Article : 235 words
  23. BED TICKETS.

    Sir,—After reading "West Australian born Anzac's" letter on the above matter, I think he should be ashamed of himself, Either his landlady is a philanthropist ...

    Article : 70 words
  24. SPANISH RIOTS.

    MADRID, May 27:—Three persons were killed in riots at San Sebastian to-day when Communists and strikers held up, street transport. Martial law has been ...

    Article : 30 words
  25. THE SERVICE GUILDS.

    The annual conference of the Women's, Service Guilds of Western Australia was continued yesterday, When a number of subjects dealing with social and electoral ...

    Article : 990 words
  26. NEW ZEALAND BY-ELECTION.

    AUCKLAND, May 27.—In the Haurak by election. Mr. Massey (Reform) received 3.876 votes; Mr. Petrie (Labour). 2,514; Mr. Allan (Government). 973: Mr. Roes ...

    Article : 29 words
  27. Advertising

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    Advertising : 37 words
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