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  2. Advertising

    {No abstract available}

    Advertising : 488 words
  3. SHIPPING.

    Benella, s.s., 11,118 tons, from the United Kingdom, [?] Wills and Co., DEPARTURES.—May 15. Kwinans, s.s., 9,995 tons, Captain W. Wyles, ...

    Article : 712 words
  4. NEWS AND NOTES.

    Oversea Mail.—The Postal Department advises that the mails for England, America, Canada, etc., which closed at Perth on the 5th inst. for despatch per the s.s. ...

    Article : 1,497 words
  5. BRITAIN.

    On the transport Medic the death occurred of an Australian soldier named Thomas O'Connor, who was a member of the 28th Battalion, and enlisted in ...

    Article : 169 words
  6. GALLANT AUSTRALIANS.

    The following decorations have been awarded:— Australians.—Second Bar to Military Medal; Sergt. E. R. Jarvis (Engineers). Bar; ...

    Article : 190 words
  7. THE CIVIL SERVICE.

    Representations were made to the Premier (Mr. H. P. Colebatch) yesterday morning on behalf of the Civil Service in respect of a number of grievances. ...

    Article : 359 words
  8. INFLUENZA.

    There are now 89 patients in the Exhibition Isolation Hospital suffering from influenza. Four cases are dangerous and 25 serious. Two deaths have been reported ...

    Article : 38 words
  9. TEMPERANCE REFORM.

    The 13th annual session of the W.A. Alliance was held at the Temperance Hall, Museum-street, last evening, the Rev. J. W. Cream presiding over a fairly large ...

    Article : 1,331 words
  10. VICTORIA.

    Twenty-three deaths were reported by the registrars to the Board of Health to-day. Eleven of them were in the metropolitan area, and the total is seven more ...

    Article : 170 words
  11. DEMAND FOR TASAMANIAN APPLES.

    A Tasmanian apple syndicate in London has received applications from retail dealers for thrice the quantity of Tasmanian apples which will arrive during the season. ...

    Article : 32 words
  12. Family Notices

    {No abstract available}

    Family Notices : 217 words
  13. DEATH OF MR. SEPTIMUS BURNT K.C.

    The news of the death of Mr. Septimus [?]rt, K.C., which occured at this residence, [?] George's-terrace, yesterday morning will be received by a very wide public with ...

    Article : 1,292 words
  14. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    There was a further improvement in the influenza position to-day. The metropolitan deaths numbered three, while the admissions to hospital numbered 50. From ...

    Article : 95 words
  15. RETURNING SOLDIERS.

    The large P. and O. branch liner Benella with returning soldiers and war-workers arrived in Gage Roads at 3 p.m. yesterday from the United Kingdom and, ...

    Article : 995 words
  16. QUEENSLAND.

    There was no improvement to-day in connection, with the influenza epidemic, and further cases were admitted to the hospitals. At 10 o'clock to-night there were ...

    Article : 75 words
  17. AUSTRALIAN ARTISTS.

    Mr. Rupat Bunny, Mr. George I. Coates, and Miss Bessie Davidson have pictures on exhibition in the New Salon, Paris, and Miss Bessio Gibson has one in the Old ...

    Article : 38 words
  18. SENTENCED TO DEATH.

    In the House of Commons Mr. Edward Shortt, K.C. (the Home Secretary) said that, exclusive of cases in connection with the Irish rebellion, nineteen persons were ...

    Article : 86 words
  19. The West Australian.

    "Industrial Unrest" is a standing headline in the newspapers in these days. There is no country free from the fever of industrialism. A spirit ...

    Article : 1,443 words
  20. FREMANTLE WHARVES.

    Questioned yesterday by a "West Australian" representative regarding the suggestion that a Royal Commission should be appointed to inquire fully into the recent ...

    Article : 710 words
  21. THE INCOME TAX.

    The Income Tax Commission has begun to take evidence. The first witness was Sir Frederick Young, M.P. for Swindon, and formerly Agent-General for South ...

    Article : 122 words
  22. BRITISH INDUSTRIES.

    British Industries Fairs are being arranged in London, Birmingham and Glasgow for February and March, 1920 Firms in the Overseas Dominions desirous ...

    Article : 47 words
  23. MAIL TIME TABLES.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 275 words
  24. MEAT SUPPLIES.

    The British Society of Meat Importers (including importers of Australasian meat) held a meeting to-day with the view of urging the abolition of ...

    Article : 185 words
  25. A PAPUAN MATTER.

    In the House of Commons this evening Sir Newton Moore (Coalition Unionist member for North Islington) asked the Government whether is proposed to take ...

    Article : 87 words
  26. INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 120 words
  27. IMPERIAL GUARDS.

    It is understood that the War Office and the Colonial Office are in favour of the formation of a regiment of Imperial Guards commanded, offered, and ...

    Article : 149 words
  28. CRICKET.

    The Australian team of military cricketers opened their tour at Attleborough, Norfolk, against Mr. Lionel Robinson's powerful eleven. The opposing team ...

    Article : 79 words
  29. PERSONAL.

    For the first time since the outbreak of the war the Secretary for Defence (Mr. Trumble) has been given an extended holiday. He will be absent from Melbourne for ...

    Article : 48 words
  30. BOXING.

    In the Imperial services boxing championship contests Captain Coghill, of Australian, beat Lieut. J. T. Lang, of New Zealand on points, the contest being for ...

    Article : 86 words
  31. PORT MACQUARIE TO SAIL EAST.

    The 7,000-ton Commonwealth and Dominion liner Port Macquarie, which arrived from the United Kingdom with troops and cargo for Western Australia on Tuesday ...

    Article : 140 words
  32. S.S. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    The Western Australian Government has sold its steamer the Western Australia to Norwegian buyers for £90,000, representing double the price for which it was purchased ...

    Article : 96 words
  33. THE YELLOW PERIL.

    Field-Marshal Sir Douglas Haig was installed to-day as Rector of St. Andrew's University (Scotland). In the course of a speech he said that the ...

    Article : 125 words
  34. RAT OR MOUSE IN A PIE.

    Before Judge Scholes in the District Court to-day, Mary Mahoney, a boarding house keeper, claimed £400 damaged from Sargents, Ltd. The plaintiff alleged that ...

    Article : 63 words
  35. PATRIOTISM AND TRADE.

    By a regulation under the War Precautions Act, which was gazetted to-day, the use, without permission, of the following terms in connection with any trade, ...

    Article : 47 words
  36. THE ENGLISH TURF.

    The Chester Cup, run to-day, resulted as follows:—Mr. Reid Walker's Tom Pepper, 1; Attalus, 2; Air Raid, 2. The winner started at 100 to 8. Air Raid was ...

    Article : 54 words
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