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  4. Claiming the Government Owes Him Nearly a Million

    LOOKING more like an Australian sundowner with his double swag swung over his shoulder, his bowyangs tied, and carrying a much used billycan, than an Englishman, there walked into the Supreme Court buildings on ...

    Article : 1,224 words
  5. THE MYSTERY MAN Still in Perth Hospital

    STILL OCCUPYING A BED IN THE SPECIAL PORTION OF NO. 2 Ward at the Perth Hospital is the “Mystery Man,” known to some as “Bill Browne,” to others as Dawe and Russell Harvey Brown. With the exception of taking a fit occasionally, nothing untoward has ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 838 words
  6. BIRD FLEW

    APPARENTLY THE WELL KNOWN FREMANTLE IDENTITY, THOMAS H. McKenzie, who had been arrested in London on a charge of stealing about £450, the property of the Union Stores, Ltd., of Fremantle, has been a source of trouble and annoyance to his escort, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 440 words
  7. AUSTRALIA v. M.C.C.

    “TRUTH” HAS ARRANGED FOR THE CABLING OF THE complete scores of the matches played by Australia in England. The full scores available in the match between Australia and M.C.C. (which might be regarded as a preliminary test) will appear in ...

    Article : 52 words
  8. C. J. Shannon’s Speed-Record Impression of Personality

    On Thursday evening the Film. Commercial and Press interests of Perth foregathered in the Palace Hotel to pay tribute to W.A.’s speed-record establishment of respect and esteem. After 21 months’ residence in W.A. as superintending manager of Union Theatres and as directors’ representative of the Australian Broadcasting Company. Mr. C. J. Shannon has been elevated to the post of Inter-State Superintending Manager for Union Theatres. The call from Mr. Stuart F. Doyle was ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 363 words
  9. SENSATIONAL CHARGES

    THREE MEN HAVE BEEN COMMITTED to stand their trials in the Criminal Court as the result of sensational allegations made ...

    Article : 672 words
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