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  2. CLASHES WITH POLICE.

    There were two clashes between the police and the unemployed in Perth yesterday. On was outside the Treasury Buildings at 2 o'clock in the afternoon and ...

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  3. NAVAL AGREEMENT.

    LONDON, March 5.—The Prime Minister (Mr. MacDonald) received from Signor Mussolini to-day a telegram expressing satisfaction at the conclusion of the naval ...

    Article : 97 words
  4. LOAN RESTRICTIONS.

    HOBART, March 6.—The extraordinary difficult position which has arisen and is developing with regard to the provision of loan moneys to carry on the works ...

    Article : 613 words
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  6. FUTURE WARS.

    WASHINGTON, March 5.—A Commission composed of members of the Cabinet, Senate and of the House of Representatives met to-day to work out a plan ...

    Article : 139 words
  7. UNEMPLOYMENT.

    Officials of the West Australian Timber Workers' Union waited on the Minister for Unemployment Relief (Mr. J. Scaddan) yesterday with regard to the ...

    Article : 636 words
  8. ST. GEORGE'S COLLEGE.

    St. George's, the first of the University colleges at Crawley, will enter on its corporate existence from to-day, when the students who have enrolled for residence ...

    Article : 1,223 words
  9. GERMAN REACTION.

    LONDON, March 5.—The Berlin correspondent of "The Times" reports that although Dr. Curtius (German Foreign Minister) in an interview at Vienna, said that ...

    Article : 177 words
  10. RIOT AVERTED.

    SYDNEY, March 6.—When it appeared that a march of unemployed through the city would culminate in a riot near Parliament House this moraine, the ...

    Article : 357 words
  11. THE ANTARCTIC.

    CANBERRA, March 7.—The following wireless message has been received from Sir Douglas Mawson, on board The Discovery, dated February 20:—"Wednesday, ...

    Article : 839 words
  12. FORREST-PLACE DISTURBANCE.

    Following the disturbance in St. George's terrace in the afternoon, the unemployed who were concerned in the demonstration were advised by their leaders ...

    Article : 678 words
  13. MELBOURNE DEMONSTRATION.

    MELBOURNE, March 6.—Led by rades Hall offi[?] several thousand unemployed, marched through the city streets this afternoon. Threats had been ...

    Article : 290 words
  14. DEFENCE OFFICER LONDON

    CANBERRA, March 6.—In the House of Representatives to-day Lieut-Col. White (Nat., Vic.) asked that the Minister for Defence (Mr. Chifley) should ...

    Article : 155 words
  15. RELIEF AT BUNBURY.

    Three representatives of the single men unemployed at Bunbury waited on the Minister for Unemployment Relief (Mr. J. Scaddan) yesterday and urged that further ...

    Article : 455 words
  16. LUPIN INOCULATION.

    The Director of Agriculture advises that he is in receipt of the following report from the cereal breeder at the Merredin experiment farm on the grows of lupins ...

    Article : 336 words
  17. LIQUOR AND CRICKET.

    LONDON, March 5—Lord Hawke, in a speech at 'Leeds to-dny, made a spirited reply to the assertion by Lady Astor in the House of Commons on February 13 ...

    Article : 136 words
  18. 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 and produce market report. 7:38: Music. 8.0: Time signal and cables. ...

    Article : 808 words
  19. A CLAIM FOR HELP.

    Sir,—The [?] of the unemployed have brought the unemployed question, before the public with emphasis, but, unfortunately for many, quite a wrong impression ...

    Article : 552 words
  20. GRAPE PRICES FOR 1931.

    CANBERRA, March 6—The Minister for Customs (Mr. F. M. Forde) announced' to-day that he had considered a request from a section of winemakers in South ...

    Article : 127 words
  21. POLICE COURTS.

    Aftermath of an Argument.—Pleading guilty to having used insulting words In View-terrace, Claremont, Ernest Geddes was lined £1. with 12/ costs, Constable Morrow stated that his ...

    Article : 189 words
  22. GASSED AFTER DEATH

    SYDNEY, March 6.—Amazing evidence was given at the inquest to-day into the death at Kogarah of Mrs. Amy Jane Jones(70). The Coroner (Mr. May) said ...

    Article : 144 words
  23. INSANITARY CAMPS.

    COLLIE, March 5.—At a meeting of the Collie council it was stated that the sanitary conditions at several of the camps occupied by unemployed men, along the ...

    Article : 188 words
  24. DEPUTATION TO PREMIER.

    Subsequent to the demonstration a deputation or unemployed representing married and single men and unemployed women waited on the Premier (Sir James ...

    Article : 586 words
  25. NEW ZEALAND TRAGEDY

    WELLINGTON, March 6.—Muriel McDonald (16) and Claude Hargood Boundy, both of Christchurch, left their homes yesterday and did not return. Their coats and ...

    Article : 88 words
  26. FREMANTLE.

    Early Morning Scene.—Jessie Sewell (50) admitted having used obscene language on Tuesday last outside her home in John-street, North Fremantle, and pleaded not to be sent to gaol. ...

    Article : 174 words
  27. "MOTHERLY LOVE."

    Is the father capable of greater sacrifice than, the mother?" This is the subject of Strindberg's one-act play "Motherly Love." which was produced by the Fellowship of ...

    Article : 104 words
  28. ILLEGAL TOOTH EXTRACTION.

    NORTHAM, March 6.—Considerable interest was displayed in an unusual ease at the Northam Police Court this morning, when G. W. Butterfield was churned ...

    Article : 173 words
  29. SCHOOL-LEAVING AGE.

    LONDON, March 5.—The new President of the Board of Education (Mr. Lees-Smith) who succeeded to the position on the resignation of Sir Charles Trevelyan. ...

    Article : 137 words
  30. HINDU-MOSLEM CLASH.

    CALCUTTA, March 5.—Fierce rioting occurred in Bangalore last night following the action of n Moslem in playing for a Hindu side which defeated the Moslem ...

    Article : 126 words
  31. PROHIBITION.

    WASHINGTON, March 5.—The chairman (Mr.Raskor) of the national committee of Democratic leaders who are meeting to consider the policy of the party ...

    Article : 98 words
  32. AUSTRALIAN MANUFACTURES.

    Sir,—in answer to Mr. W. Hodson's letter in yesterday's issue, refuting the accuracy of Sir Henry Braddon's statement in connection with increased Australia ...

    Article : 106 words
  33. DEATH IN HOSPITAL.

    The death occurred at the Perth Hospital early yesterday morning of Arthur D. Beresford (25), assayer, of Mt. Morgans, who was severely injured on ...

    Article : 59 words
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