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  2. COUNTRY NEWS.

    ALBANY.—St. Joseph's Church held a successful four nights' bazaar this week. The Deputy-Mayor (Cr. J. P. Scanlan) performed the opening ceremony.—A team from the Albany ...

    Article : 2,249 words
  3. STATE WORKERS.

    A further stage was reached in the State Arbitration Court yesterday in the hearing of the Government application for amendment of the various awards covering ...

    Article : 1,196 words
  4. PROHIBITED ITALIAN MIGRANTS AT FREMANTLE.

    Police and Harbour Trust patrols guarded all the exits from the mailboat Otranto, which reached Fremantle from London yesterday, to prevent the landing of about 100 Italian passengers. The Federal Government contends that the immigrants are outside the category covered by the migration agreement between the Commonwealth and Italian Governments, and the passengers affected will probably be returned to Italy. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 129 words
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  6. CENTURY MAKER.

    J. Shea, the Christian Brothers' College cricket captain, who scored centuries against Hale School and Guildford Grammar School, in Dariot Cup ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 58 words
  7. BUILDING A PYRAMID.

    Hale School boys rehearsing one of the pyramids performed at the annual physical culture display held last night. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 45 words
  8. CIVIC RECEPTION TO MISS HOLMAN.

    Miss May Holman, M.L.A., the Lord Mayor (Sir William Lathlain, M.L.C.), Mr. J. J. Kenneally, M.L.A., at the civic reception tendered Miss Holman at Perth on her return yesterday from the international Labour Conference at Geneva. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 87 words
  9. SWIMMING INSTRUCTORS.

    The staff of instructors for the Education Department's swimming classes now being conducted at Crawley baths. The instructors give tuition to about 5,000 children each week. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 54 words
  10. SCOTCH COLLEGE IN DARLOT CUP CRICKET FINAL.

    With six wickets in hands, Christian Brothers' College needed 95 runs to wind the Darlot Cup for inter-school cricket when they resumed their interrupted match against Scotch College yesterday. The bowling of Scotch College won them the match by 26 runs. Both teams are lovel in points, and a play-off will take place to-day. In the Scotch College team are (back row):—W. A. Gardiner (coach), J. Hampshire, K. G. Keightley, E. H. Anderson, J. B. Newman, W. Byass, and H. Runciman, Front Row: I. T. Grieve, A. Richardson, R. E. Cameron (capt.), and E. R. L. Allnutt, Ironside was absent when the picture ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 201 words
  11. LAST DESPERATE HOPE.

    A finding that death was due to poison, self-administered while the deceased was in a state of mental depression, was the finding returned by the Acting Coroner ...

    Article : 277 words
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