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  2. NEWS AND NOTES.

    Fine weather, with cool to moderate temperatures, is officially forecast for to-day over west and south-west coastal areas. Anglican Church Constitution. ...

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  3. "PROFITABLE EMPLOYMENT."

    Sir,—With regard to your request for suggestions for solving the unemployed problem, here is mine. Adopt the successful Danish system. This amounts to ...

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  5. PERSONAL.

    Mr. J. H. Prowse, M.H.R., left last night for the Eastern States by the Great Western express. Mr. Justice Mallam, of North Australia, ...

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  6. DIVIDEND DUTY.

    MELBOURNE, Feb. 24.—On an appeal from the Full Court of Western Australia, a question whether a substantial sum of money was profit or an accretion of ...

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  7. CURRENT COMMENT.

    The split of the farming community into two organisations working for the same ends but publicly at odds is not to its interests. The Wheatgrowers' ...

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  8. MR. LANG'S FALLACIES.

    "To owe is an heroic virtue," says Rabelais's Pantagruel. A fortiori to repudiate the debt is more heroic still. The wisdom of Pantagruel penetrates ...

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  9. LINE OF ICEBERGS.

    CANBERRA, Feb. 24.—The following wireless message has been received from Sir Douglas Mawson on board, the Discovery, dated February 17:— ...

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  10. PROSPECTING PLAN.

    The Shillington prospecting scheme for tramwaymen was discussed at a meeting of its supporters at the Perth Trades Hall last night aud the negotiations of the ...

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  11. OVERLAND PASSENGERS.

    The following passengers are expected to arrive in Perth by the Great Western express to-morrow:—Mesdames Knox, Truscott and child, Burk, Williams, Scott. Ducrom and Beck: Messrs ...

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  13. WILLS AND PROBATES.

    Mr. Frederick Clarke, farmer and orchardist, lately of Bridgetown, left net estate of £8,251 to his window. Mr. Joseph Henry Ozanne, orchardist, lately ...

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  14. MAIL TIME TABLES.

    RATES OF POSTAGE.—Letters, within the Commonwealth and to places in the British Empire, 2d. per ounce; U.S.A., and all other places, first ounce. 3d.: each, succeeding ounce or part, ...

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  15. PLIGHT OF MIGRANTS.

    LONDON, Feb. 24.—There is no likelihood of the British Government's granting assistance to the British migrants in South Australia and Victoria, who have recently ...

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  16. VIOLENT STORM.

    CUE, Feb. 24.—The worst thunderstorm yet experienced in the district struck. Cue at 10 o'clock last night. Considerable damage was done to the Residency. ...

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  17. HOME RULE IN NEW GUINEA.

    CANBERRA, Feb. 24.—That Australia holds the mandate to govern New Guinea, simply as the trustee of the native people, is the view of the Administrator of the ...

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  18. UNIVERSITY ORGANISER.

    A cable message from London yesterday announced the death of Mr. Hush Gunn, M.A., the educationist, who is known in this State chiefly as organiser of the ...

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  19. PRINCES' TOUR.

    VALPARAISO, Feb. 23.—The Prince of Wales and Prince George were given a hearty reception to-night, when they arrived at Valpariso by aeroplane from ...

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  20. OUTPUT OF PEARL SHELL.

    CANBERRA, Feb. 24.—The formation of an Australian pearl shell pool is advocated by Mr. Harold Nelson, M.H.R., for the Northern Territory Mr Nelson will ...

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  21. PREPARING FOR THE FUTURE.

    LONDON, Feb. 24.—Lord Jellicoe and the Bishop of London (Dr. Winnington Ingram). presidents of the Church of England Council of Empire Settlement, ...

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  22. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS.

    J.H. (Wembley Park).—If a marine collector neglects to leave immediately when requested to do so by the occupier of a property, whether or not he had permission to enter in the first ...

    Article : 216 words
  23. FARMERS' ORGANISATIONS.

    "The intrusion of personalities into a controversy between organisations ia an error which I do not propose to commit." said the secretary of the Primary ...

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  24. "THE WESTERN MAIL."

    The gold mining industry and life on the goldfields in Western Australia are illustrated in pictures and letterpress in to-morrow's issue of ...

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  25. THE LANG CABINET.

    SYDNEY, Feb. 24.—At Dorrigo to-day a public meeting unanimously agreed to a motion that his Excellency the Governor (Sir Philip Game) be asked to exercise his ...

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  26. N.S.W CLOSURE MOTION.

    SYDNEY, Feb. 24.—For the first time this session, members of the Lang Government were, divided to-day, when a vote was taken on a closure motion. ...

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  27. ROAD BOARDS' INSURANCE.

    At a recent meeting of the executive of committee of the Road Boards Association, the secretary (Mr. E. H. Rosman) submitted a comprehensive report on the ...

    Article : 192 words
  28. ON OTHER PAGES.

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  29. FREMANTLE.

    UNITED KINGDOM, EUROPE, ASIA and EGYPT.—Per Mongolia, March 2, at 3.30 p.m (late fee 4.15 p.m.). EASTERN STATES.—Tuesdays and Fridays, ...

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  30. MARKETING OF TIMBER

    MELBOURNE, Feb. 24.—To consider matters of importance to the timber industry, a conference of representatives of the industry from five States and the ...

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  31. INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS.

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  32. TRINITY COLLEGE OF MUSIC.

    LONDON, Feb. 24.—The following have been appointed examiners for the Trinity College of Music in the Commonwealth:—Mr. Charles Schilsky (New South Wales) ...

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  33. INDIAN COMMUNAL RIOTS.

    LONDON, Feb. 24.—Replying to a question in the House of Commons to-day on the erecent communal riots at Benares. India, the Secretary of State for India ...

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  34. AUSTRALIA HOUSE.

    LONDON, Feb. 24.—Following economies and a reduction in staff, and a severe curtailment in the number of Australian tourists making it a rendezvous, Australia ...

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  35. ENGAGEMENT.

    The engagement is announced of Florence, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. Conole, of Carrington-street Palmyra, to Ernest, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. J. ...

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