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  2. MAIN ROADS BILL.

    The second reading debate on the Main Roads Bill was resumed in the Legislative Council yesterday afternoon, and after the Chief Secretary (Mr. J. ...

    Article : 724 words
  3. WEDNESDAY'S WEATHER CHART.

    The most active feature of yesterday's chart was again the "low" near ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 114 words
  4. STATE PARLIAMENT.

    The Legislative Council met yesterday at 4.30 P.m. CITY OF PERTH BILL. The Chief Secretary (Mr. J. M. Drew) ...

    Article : 311 words
  5. FRUIT COUNCIL.

    Steps to improve the reputation of Australian fruit in overseas markets were discussed by delegates to the Australian Fruit Council to-day. ...

    Article : 1,012 words
  6. FEDERAL PARLIAMENT.

    Mr. Bruce, in reply to Mr. Gregory, said that he had received from the Governor-General the report of the Royal Commission on Western ...

    Article : 1,224 words
  7. LOCAL BUREAU'S REPORT.

    Yesterday morning opened with the south-west coastal districts again affected by a slight passing disturbance, but showers were confined to the extreme ...

    Article : 104 words
  8. TEMPERATURES AT CAPITAL CITIES.

    Perth: Maximum, 66deg.; min-, 46deg. Adelaide: Max., 58deg.; Min., 44deg. Melbourne: Max., 57deg.; min., 42deg Brisbane: Max., 67deg.: min., 62deg. Hobarts ...

    Article : 36 words
  9. AUSTRALIAN RAINFALL.

    South-West Division. — Donnybrook. 2 points; Bridgetown, 2; Karridale, 5; Cape Leeuwin, 10; Mt. Barker, 5; Albany, 15; Esperance, 18; Wandering, 2; Greenbushes, 3; ...

    Article : 146 words
  10. TO-DAY'S FORECAST.

    The forecast for to-day is:— Fine generally for the present, except for a few light showers along the south coast. South to east winds ...

    Article : 33 words
  11. FORECASTS FOR OTHER STATES.

    South Australia.—Cold and cloudy in settled areas, further showers chiefly over central and coastal division. North-west to winds: strong and squally on southern ...

    Article : 119 words
  12. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.

    The Legislative Assembly met yesterday at 4.30 p.m. MORTALITY AMONG SHEEP. The Minister for Agriculture (Mr. ...

    Article : 3,654 words
  13. FOLK SONG AND OPERA

    What a sad thing it would hare been had the Stuarts held the sovereignty of Britain a few generations longer! The thought took possession of one last night ...

    Article : 514 words
  14. GENERAL NEWS.

    The Parents' Auxiliary of the Young Australia League will hold its second novelty dance for the season in the Y.A.L. ballroom, corner of Murray and ...

    Article : 832 words
  15. QUEENSLAND POLITICS.

    A Bill was introduced into the Assembly to-day by the Minster for Works, providing for an increased basic wage in conformity with the terms of the ...

    Article : 313 words
  16. CONVERSION LOAN.

    Up to the close of business on Tuesday when the Federal Treasurer's offer of cash and interest to date on 4½ per cent. 1925 securities had been open for ...

    Article : 163 words
  17. MOUNT MORGAN MINE.

    A largely attended meeting of Mount Morgan unionists this mornings decided to give the company 24 hours' notice to concede their demands for £2 per shift ...

    Article : 155 words
  18. MIGRATION AND THE CHURCH.

    Sir,—I notice in to-day's "West Australian" a letter from the Rev. J. E. Mansfield, of Greenbushes. in regard to the report of the recent proceedings of ...

    Article : 303 words
  19. TEACHERS' SALARIES.

    The Industrial Court to-day considered the case in which the Public Teachers' Union is applying for increased salaries for its members and ...

    Article : 308 words
  20. A Governor's Recommendation.

    His Excellency Sir Dudley de Chair, Governor of New South Wales, has made the following statement:—"To the holders of the maturing Commonwealth ...

    Article : 158 words
  21. Mine's Position.

    A joint statement explaining the position of the Mt. Morgan Company was issued by the managing director (Mr. J. Neil) and a director (Mr. Kelso King) ...

    Article : 273 words
  22. HOTEL ROBBERIES.

    The detective forces of Adelaide are actively employed in endeavouring to unravel a series of robberies of hotels in the Adelaide hills' region, and also in ...

    Article : 168 words
  23. MEETINGS.

    A meeting of residents of Maylands will be held as advertised to consider the extension of the tram service. A meeting of the Returned Maimed ...

    Article : 91 words
  24. AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE.

    Speaking to-day at a luncheos given by the Minister for Markets and Migration (Senator Wilson) on behalf of the Commonwealth Government, Mr. E. L. ...

    Article : 118 words
  25. A SCHOOLROOM INCIDENT.

    Sir,—The other evening I had tea at a home almost within the metropolitan area, my hosts being of the wel-to-do working class. Thier two children ...

    Article : 104 words
  26. COSTLY LITIGATION.

    Henry Harris Eilenberg, of Kooyong-road, Caulfield, to-day obtained a verdict for £9,889 15s. 11d. against the Melbourne Carnivals. Limited, the claim ...

    Article : 61 words
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