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  2. DUKE OF GLOUCESTER.

    It will be with pleasant memories of Perth's unbounded hospitality and its solden sunshine that the Duke of Gloucester will bid farewell to the Western Australian capital early to-morrow morning, when he will leave for the country, en route to Kalgoorlie as the starting point of his ...

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  3. SERIES OF CRASHES.

    A racing motor cyclist was killed instantly and five other competitors were injured, one seriously in accidents at a grass track motor cycle meeting at Nar Nar Goon this ...

    Article : 286 words
  4. DEFENCE.

    Field-Marshal Lord Milne, formerly Chief of the Imperial Staff, in a second special interview, said that Australia was not within striking distance of any ...

    Article : 1,348 words
  5. AIR RACE.

    Although the start of the Melbourne centenary air race is only a fortnight ahead, even the Royal Aero Club cannot predict how many entrants remaining will start. Some ...

    Article : 727 words
  6. AGROUND.

    After an unsuccessful attempt had been made by tugs to refloat the Danish motor vessel Victoria, which grounded on rocks cast of Porpoise Head about 10.30 p.m. on Friday, ...

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  7. FIERCE FIGHTING IN SPAIN.

    Martial law has been proclaimed in Spain to deal with a situation which practically amounts to civil war. Fichtin is occurring: all over the country, particularly in Catalonia, the President (Senor Companys) declared an independent republic. ...

    Article : 182 words
  8. RAPID DEVELOPMENTS.

    Events developed rapidly in Madrid late last night. The rbels, apparently influenced by Senor Company's proolamition of an independent Catalonia, opened an attack on the ...

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  9. NEW COMPANY BILL.

    The State Ministry is determined to amend the company law, and with that object in view the necessary draft legislation is now nearing completion. Ministers regard this ...

    Article : 249 words
  10. OFFICIAL LEVEE.

    Government House, with its massive ballroom and its wide expanse of lawns and gardens overlooking the Swan River, provided an attractive setting for the Duke's official levee ...

    Article : 652 words
  11. FAIRBRIDGE SCHOOL.

    In delightfully warm weather, the Duke to-day visited the Fairbridge farm school for English boys and girls. On the 50 miles run southward to Pinjarra, ...

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  12. MEN FROM SAMPAN.

    A report was received at Thursday Island on Saturday that a station dwelling on Haggersteln Island was looted by men from a Japanese sampan carrying a crew of 38, which ...

    Article : 200 words
  13. DRIFT FROM LABOUR.

    Mr. D. R. Hall, a former State Minister and a prominent member of the United Australia party, in a statement last night, said it was wrong to say that New South Wales swung ...

    Article : 295 words
  14. AMERICAN 'PLANE.

    Colonel Roscoe Turner and Mr. clyde Pangborn, the American competitors in the Melbourne centenary air race, had some anxious moments yesterday. Rough weather prevented ...

    Article : 324 words
  15. RUSSIAN'S DEATH.

    The body of Gustav Romnick, alias Alexander Harrast, 45, the Russian who was shot dead by Constable Gilroy at Nowendoc, near Walcha on Friday last was exhumed by the ...

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  16. OPIUM SEIZED

    Opium valued at about £250, and packed in tin containers, was found among frozen mutton and fish in the freezer of the steamer Mangola before her departure for Singapore, ...

    Article : 128 words
  17. TROTTING MEETING.

    Trotting, as the Duke of Gloucester learned to-night, is a very popular sport in Western Australia. As conducted here, there is nothing to compare with it in the eastern ...

    Article : 445 words
  18. ROYAL MARRIAGE.

    The King held a Privy Council meeting at Buckingham Palace yesterday, at which he gave his formal consent to the marriage of Prince George to Princess Marina. ...

    Article : 284 words
  19. BUSH FIRES.

    The worst bush fires the Yeppoon district, north of Rockhampton, has experienced for many years occurred this week. They are still raging in many places. ...

    Article : 89 words
  20. ARCHDUKE OTTO.

    "People," a London paper, says that Signor Mussolini, by a masterly stroke, has arranged the secret engagement of the Archduke Otto, pretender to the Hungarian throne, to Princess ...

    Article : 149 words
  21. BRITISH CABINET.

    It is officially explained that no significance attaches to the Cabinet's request to former Ministers and executors of deceased Ministers to return Cabinet documents. The request is ...

    Article : 178 words
  22. NOTED GOLFERS.

    Two world-famous golfers. Gene Saracen and J. H. Kirkwood, will arrive in Sydney this morning by the Monterey. The players are on their tour of the world, and after leaving ...

    Article : 134 words
  23. MODEL SPEED BOAT

    At the opening of a new speed pool at the Society of Model Engineers' exhibition, at Ashfield, on Saturday, Rainbow, a boat with a two-cylinder engine, owned by Mr. L. E. ...

    Article : 104 words
  24. MAN DROWNED.

    M. Rusack, 39, station worker, was drowned to-day in the River Murray, near Renmark, when the waggon he was driving crashed through a gate on the Paringa Bridge and ...

    Article : 60 words
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