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  2. FARMERS' ORGANISATIONS.

    About 600 farmers and others attended a meeting lasting nearly twelve hours in the Northam Town Hall on Saturday. The joint conveners were Messrs. Albert ...

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  3. LOST INDUSTRIES.

    LONDON, April 10.—"Because of the lack of confidence created by the Lang Government, Australia has lost a number of industries capable of absorbing ...

    Article : 141 words
  4. FIRE TRAGEDY.

    MELBOURNE, April 12.—Overcome by dense smoke from a fire which early yesterday morning damaged a cafe and lodginghouse, conducted by Mrs. F. Ward in ...

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  5. ACCIDENTS.

    SYDNEY, April 12.—While playing the part of the condemned prisoner of war, and facing a firing party of two of his companions at Oatley Bay yesterday ...

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  6. FIDUCIARY NOTES.

    Both sides of the controversy on the Fiduciary Notes Bill were presented to the meeting of farmers at Northam on Saturday. Mr. J. Curtin. M.H.R. ...

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  7. ADELAIDE ARRANGEMENTS.

    ADELAIDE, April 12.—When the Trades and Labour Council was dealing with a motion condemning Mr. Lyons, an attack was also made yesterday on Mr. Lang by ...

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  8. ROAD BOARD ELECTIONS.

    A general election to fill the vacancies by the retirement of one-third of the members of road boards throughout the State by effluxion of time was held ...

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  9. MAULED BY BEAR.

    SYDNEY, April 12.—Jack Speechley (20), an attendant at Wirth's Circus, was severely mauled by a brown bear this afternoon at the Glaciarium the Sydney ...

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  10. FIVE TOES SEVERED.

    BUNBURY, April 12.—Decision was reserved late on Friday night by Mr. L. L. Crockett, R.M., in the case in the Local Court in which Joe Spolarich a Yugosloy ...

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  11. "THE TIMES" VIEW.

    SYDNEY, April 11.—Commenting on a statement in "The Times" (London) on April 7. the Federal Treasurer (Mr. Theodore) declared to-day that there was ...

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  12. TWO MEN INJURED.

    SYDNEY, April 12.—Charles Pettigrew, a miner, of Dapto, and Aubrey Badgery, were admitted to the Wollongong Hospital last night suffering from injuries received ...

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  13. KNOCKED DOWN BY MOTOR CAR.

    MELBOURNE, April 12.—When on his way to attend the rally of Boy Scouts and Girl Guides at the Melbourne Cricket Ground Yesterday afternoon Cleyden ...

    Article : 127 words
  14. ECONOMIST'S OPINION.

    LONDON, April 11.—In an article in the "Investors' Chronicle" discussing inflation as a remedy for trade depression, Mr. Hartley Withers, the noted economist and ...

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  15. DOMINION LEAGUE.

    KALGOORLIE, April 12.—At a meeting of the Kalgoorlie Road Board on Friday a letter was received from the Dominion League of Western Australia, ...

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  16. ELDERLY WOMAN KILLED.

    MELBOURNE, April 12.—Mrs. J. Newry (60), of Derby-street, Kew, was killed last night when she was knocked down by an electric tram in High-street. ...

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  17. SIR H. COLEBATCH'S ADDRESS.

    At a meeting to be held by the National Party at the Perth Town Hall at 8 o'clock to-night, Senator Sir Hal Colebatch will speak on the proposed fiduciary issue Most ...

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  18. THIEVES DISTURBED.

    MELBOURNE, April 12.—Disturbed when attempting to break into the Oakleigh branch of the English, Scottish and Australian Bank at midnight yesterday ...

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  19. FATAL JUMP FROM TRAM.

    SYDNEY, April 12.—Wilfred Maytun (15), of Wigram-road, Glebe, was killed instantly yesterday in George-street West, when he jumped from one tram into the ...

    Article : 58 words
  20. SOUVENIR HUNTER DROWNED.

    SYDNEY, April 12.—Henry Charles Primer (25), of Douglas-street, Waterloo, lost his life on Friday morning at Long Bay while attempting to recover from the ...

    Article : 55 words
  21. PARTY AND POLITICS.

    Sir,—In to-day's issue Mr. C. J. Horrocks quoted from a recent speech of mine that "it is not the party system which has failed it is the people who are best ...

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  22. LABOUR FACTIONS.

    SYDNEY, April 12.—All hope for a reconciliation of the breach between the rival Labour parties in New South Wales has not been shandoned by the railway ...

    Article : 110 words
  23. HURT BY TOMBSTONES.

    ADELAIDE, April 12.—J. B. Shelton, of Cassie-street, Walkerville, had his right leg fractured in three places yesterday morning when a cross and tombstones ...

    Article : 95 words
  24. WHEAT COMPETITION.

    ADELAIDE, April 12.—Giving evidence before the Federal Public Accounts Committee. Professor Richardson, Director of the Waite Institute for Agricultural ...

    Article : 99 words
  25. CYCLISTS COLLIDE HEAD ON.

    Two youths were injured in a head-on collision between a motor cycle and a cycle on the Causeway early on Saturday evening. They were:— ...

    Article : 88 words
  26. NEW PARTY'S ULTIMATUM.

    SYDNEY, April 12.—The new Labour Party formed by the Theodore supporters in New South Wales yesterday issued its ultimatum to all leagues and unions in ...

    Article : 69 words
  27. BROADCAST PROGRAMMES.

    To-day.—7.30 a.m.: Town Hall chimes. 7.33: weather synopsis and forecast. 7.34: Music. 8.0: Time signal and cables. 8.5: Musical Interlude. 8.9: Music. 8.21 weather forecast ...

    Article : 560 words
  28. TRAIN AND TRUCK COLLIDE.

    A Perth-bound train crashed into a motor truck containing four men, at the Rivervale railway crossing on Saturday morning but only one person was injured ...

    Article : 95 words
  29. PERTH CITY COUNCIL.

    The Lord Mayor (Sir William Lathlain) writes:—"With reference to the report of the works committee dealing with the charges made by Cr. Jenkinson in ...

    Article : 119 words
  30. MOTOR CAR SOMERSAULTS.

    When two motor cars collided on the corner of Smith and Harold streets, Highgate Hill, on Saturday afternoon, one of them, a big sedan, turned a somersault. ...

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  31. SHOTS FIRED AT YOUTH.

    SYDNEY, April 12.—Three shots were fired by a young man at Gordon Curnow (18) at the corner of Rose and Ivy streets, Darlington, yesterday afternoon, from a ...

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  32. MOTOR TRUCK WRECKED.

    About midnight on Saturday a motor truck, laden with produce, got out of control while travelling down Greenmount Hill, and crashed into a telegraph post ...

    Article : 136 words
  33. POLICE COURTS.

    Alleged False Pretences.—Robert D. Lilburne (31), accountant, of Victoria, was charged with false pretences, and was remanded until tomorrow. It was alleged that on February 2, ...

    Article : 234 words
  34. SCHOOL LEAVING AGE.

    Sir,—when Mr. Keenan, Minister for Education, answered a deputation on the above question by stating that "the Government has had in refuse the requests of ...

    Article : 162 words
  35. CUT FOOT CAUSES LOCKJAW.

    Owen Malseed (9), of Monument-street, Cottesloe Beach, died in the Fremantle Hospital yesterday from lockjaw, caused by a cot in the foot. Lockiaw, or tetanus is ...

    Article : 48 words
  36. MISHAP TO STEAMER.

    WELLINGTON, April 12.—The Union Steamship Company's coastal steamer. Kini, struck a submerged object in a dense, fog in the vicinity of Cape Kidnappers on ...

    Article : 62 words
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