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  2. CLASH WITH POLICE.

    In the Perth Police Court yesterday, the hearing was resumed of (charges against eleven men, who had been arrested following a clash between unemployed and ...

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  4. INTEREST ON LOANS.

    CANBERRA, March 18.—Replying to the Leader of the Country Party (Dr. Page) in the House of Representatives today, the Prime Minister (Mr. Scullin) ...

    Article : 298 words
  5. THE NEW SOUTH WALES SPLIT

    SYDNEY, March 18.—Fears are held in Labour circles that the dispute between the Lang group and the Federal Labour Party may lead to the formation of Separate Labour parties in New South Wales, with rival candidates at the next Federal elections. Efforts are being made to ...

    Article : 67 words
  6. REDUCED BANK PROFITS.

    MELBOURNE, March 18.—An application by the Bank of Australasia and other banks for a reduction by 10 per cent. in the salaries of members of the Bank ...

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  7. CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE

    MELBOURNE, March 18.—The 27th annual meeting of the Associated Chambers of Commerce ended at the Town Hall to-day. Spirited discussions again ...

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  8. THE CUSTOMS BARRIER.

    Commenting upon correspondence published concerning additional imposts on the importation of seeds the Acting Collector of Customs (Mr. H. St. G. Bird) stated ...

    Article : 382 words
  9. DISCONTENT IN ADELAIDE

    ADELAIDE, March 18.—Alleging that they had not carried out the platform of the party, and had taken part in the wage reduction campaign, the State ...

    Article : 91 words
  10. EDUCATIONAL ECONOMIES.

    A "Responsibility to Youth" conference, representative of the Australian Labour Party, the Chamber of Manufactures, the Civil Service Association, the State School ...

    Article : 777 words
  11. SOLDIERS IN POLITICS.

    Considerable discussion arose last night at a meeting of the State executive of the Returned Soldiers' League on the presentation of a letter from the Australian ...

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  12. "PROFITABLE EMPLOYMENT.'

    R. Carlisle.—I fear Mr. Lee Steere's scheme would not be successful. It ignores the essential factor—that modern industry cannot be ...

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  13. EUROPE'S PROBLEMS.

    Economic reconstruction in Europe and the effects of the prevailing stringent conditions and reorganization of national affairs upon the lives of the peoples of ...

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  14. THE STATE REDUCTION BILL

    SYDNEY, March 18.—When the Interest Reduction Bill was in the second reading stage in the Legislative Assembly today, the Premier (Mr. Lang) reviewed ...

    Article : 244 words
  15. POLICE NEWS.

    The residence of Mr. Herbert Jones, 110 Second avenue, Mt. Herbert, was visited by burglars yesterday afternoon, but the detectives were informed that nothing ...

    Article : 70 words
  16. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN LABOUR.

    ADELAIDE, March 18.—The delegates to the conference of the State branch of the Australian Labour Party decided today that the rates of interest on loans ...

    Article : 80 words
  17. DEPUTATION TO MINISTER.

    The following statement with reference to the report in yesterday's issue of the deputation which waited, on the Minister foR Education (Mr. N. Keenan) regarding ...

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  18. Elderly Man Found Dead.

    With a State Savings Bank book showing a credit of £249/15/2 in one of his pockets, John collins (about 60), of william street, was found apparently dead. lying on his ...

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  19. THE FEDERAL BOND

    ADELAIDE, March 18.—"If we cannot get a Federal Convention, then secession is the only course open to us if wa are to prevent the ruination of certain ...

    Article : 151 words
  20. Toy Maker Charged.

    ROY Charles Lane (26), single, toymaker, of William street, who is in custody on a charge of having stolen a suit case, was further charged yesterday with the theft ...

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  21. CAFE SHOOTING.

    ALBANY, March 18.—At the Southern Sessions which, opened this morning Henri Reeder, proprietor of the Piccadilly Cafe, Albany, appeared before Mr. A. E. Burt. ...

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  22. BROADCAST PROGRAMMES.

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

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  23. FRUIT INSPECTOR'S DEATH.

    "Death was due to shock caused by a violent injury to the neck, and there can be no doubt that the hanging was intentionally caused by himself" said the ...

    Article : 261 words
  24. BRISBANE DEMONSTRATIONS.

    BRISBANE, March 18.—Batons were drawn by a small body of police in Queen-street today, when a menacing and nondescript mob of about 300 men many of ...

    Article : 294 words
  25. Referendum Urged.

    "I like the Prime Minister's advice to buy from those who buy from us, but the policy of the Federal Government will not permit us to do so," said Mr. A. ...

    Article : 307 words
  26. CARS IN COLLISION

    Concluding evidence was heard by the Chief Justice (Sir Robert McMillan) yesterday in the Supreme Court action in which Aileen M. Crossland claimed £100 ...

    Article : 243 words
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  29. CRAWLEY DROWNING.

    Early yesterday morning. Constables Kingborn and Langley, of the water police, found in Matilda Bay, Crawley, the body of William Williams (35), of The Avenue. ...

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  30. A Motion for Parliament.

    CANBERRA, March 18.—In the House of Representatives to-day, Mr. Lacey (Lab., S.A.), intimated that on April 16 he would move that, consequent on the ...

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  31. SHIPMENT OF STOCK.

    From the interstate steamer Karoola there was landed at Fremantle yesterday a consignment of stock for Dalgety and Company on account of the New Zealand ...

    Article : 93 words
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