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    The Prime Minister (Mr. Brace) announced to-night that the following dates have been decided upon in connection with the forthcoming general elections ...

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    The following is the full cabled text of the letter addressed to the whole British Press by Mr. F. C. Alien, the chairman of the Shipping Federation and a member ...

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    A new plan for the re-provisioning of the troops has been tested successfully. It dispenses with mules, and substitutes carts drawn by tanks and convoyed by ...

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  5. Harbour Accommodation.

    Seldom can the problem of accommodating steamers calling at Fremantle Harbour have been so difficult as at the present time. Victoria Quay is taxed to its ...

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  6. Senator Drake-Brockman.

    A cable from Geneva, published in yesterday's paper, stated that Senator Drake-Brockman is returning at once to Australia with the idea of contesting a ...

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  7. A Spanish Offensive.

    The newspapers here learn from Madrid that a Spanish offensive is imminent with the object of capturing Abdel Krim's headquarters at Ajdir. General ...

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  8. In Victoria.

    There is a likelihood of 18 Labour candidates for the House of Representatives being in the field in Victoria. This will be a record for the party. ...

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  9. Speech by Mr. Bruce.

    There is but one issue before the people of Australia, and that the issue is law and order against direct and Communism. We have fought this issue ...

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  10. New French Attack.

    The war correspondent of the "Echo de Paris" says that eighty battalions will participate shortly in the new French offensive in the Kiffane sector, north of ...

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  11. The Orvieto.

    At a special stop-work meeting, held in the Fremantle Trades Hall yesterday morning, members of the Fremantle Lumpers' Union discussed the attitude ...

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  12. The Real Issue.

    "The real issue before Australia today is as to whether Australian ideals of Government British traditions of conduct, and constitutional methods of ...

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  13. Elections Causing Anxiety.

    The effect which the prosecution of an election campaign by the Labour Party will have on the meagre contributions which have been coming in to the ...

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  14. Spanish Losses.

    The Barcelona correspondent of the London "Daily Express" says:—"General de Rivera's optimism will not allay public anxiety. The official casualty lists are ...

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    Mr. John Curtin, selected Labour candidate for the Fremantle Division, will open his campaign in the Fremantle Town Hall on Monday next, at 8 p.m. ...

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    Lady Cynthia Mosley has been adopted as the prospective Socialist candidate for Stoke-on-Trent. Addressing a crowded meeting as "Comrades," she said that ...

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  17. In South Australia.

    The headquarters of the various political parties were thronged to-day by officials not only from city districts, but also from those in the country, who had ...

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  18. Australian Rates to be Demanded.

    It was stated yesterday by the secretary of the Seamen's Union (Mr. T. Houghton) that, at a mass meeting of the seamen on Monday night, it was decided ...

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  19. French Operations.

    A report from Fez, summing up the French operations of the past week, says:—The French have now been re-occupied all of the posts which they ...

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  20. Afraid to Return to Duty.

    Two stewards of the P. and O. Branch Service liner Balranald—Charles Thorpe and James H. Caizley—appeared at the Port Adelaide Police Court this morning, ...

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  21. In Great Britain.

    A move on the part of the shipyard workers to extend the strike occurred at a meeting called by the Operative Plumbers' Society with the object of ...

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    Southern England will witness at dawn to-morrow a gigantic clash of arms by some 50,000 soldiers. In all probability the King, will appear on the ...

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  23. Operations Hampered.

    According to a French correspondent in Morocco, there are now about 8,500 Spanish soldiers at the Peninsula of Morro Neuva, and it is hoped to increase ...

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  24. FRANCE.

    The Commune of Halluin (in the Department of Nord) is known as "Halluin the Red" by order of its Communist municipality. Hitherto no war ...

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    Mr. E. Shinwell (the organiser of the Amalgamated (Marine Workers' Union) has submitted to the Shipping Federation a proposal to terminate the strike ...

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    The West Riding(Yorkshire) Chamber of Commerce met in Bradford to-day to discuss the Australian tariff in connection with yarns and piece goods, ...

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    Some importers of Australian goods are being inconvenienced greatly by the presentation of drafts for acceptance in connection with goods which are on ...

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  28. Mr. Bruce's Meetings.

    In view of the short time that he will have to conduct meetings, particularly in electorates where centres of settlement are far apart, Mr. Bruce stated ...

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    The Diplomatic Correspondent of the London "Daily Telegraph" says:—"Official comments in London upon the Mosul crisis do not attempt to minimise its ...

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    An official despatch says that Mousseiffre, which is twelve miles from Sucida, was attacked by Druses in massed formation. They were mowed down by the ...

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  31. In South Africa.

    The sailing of the steamer Arundel Castle is the most important event since the strike began, and it has perturbed the strikers immensely. It had been ...

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    The Ministry for Labour announces that it will open shortly four training centres with the view of turning young unemployed men into handy men. There ...

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    Art collectors are surprised at the announcement of the cancellation of the sale of the extensive collection of works of art contained in the late Lord ...

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  34. Seamen Sentenced.

    Fifty more British seamen from the Port Wellington were sent to goal to-day in connection with the strike. Fortyseven of them received a sentence of ...

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  35. Northern Territory.

    Mr. C. B. Story, the Government Secretary, is definitely announced as a candidate to contest the pre-selection ballot conducted by the Territory League to ...

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    Professor A. Low, writing in the London "Daily Express," foreshadows a revolution in social life by means of wireless. A movement which has been ...

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    More than 530 summonses have been issued against seamen, stewards, etc., who have struck in Capetown. In Durban Messrs. Jon T. Rennie ...

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  38. Fremantle Position.

    To the sound of bugles, cymbals, mouth-organs and a bass drum, a big profession of seamen came to a standstill outside the Fremantle Courthouse, ...

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    In the course of a speech in Durban General J. C. Smuts referred to statements which had been made by certain Ministers to the effect that the strike ...

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  40. State Parliament.

    Although the Premier (Mr. Collier) would not last night make any definite statement on the matter, it is understood that both the Legislative Assembly and ...

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  41. House of Representatives.

    There are five seats representing Western Australia to be contested for the House of Representatives—Forrest, Swan, Kalgoorlie, Fremantle and Perth. ...

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    The mail steamer, Edinburgh Castle arrived here to-day. The crew announced that it would not strike. The steamer Arundel Castle is doing ...

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  44. Seeking a Settlement.

    The conference between representatives of the overseas shipowners and representatives of the British seamen, the interstate conference of Labour Councils, ...

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  45. Deportation Board.

    A further sitting of the Deportation Board which is engaged in hearing the summons against Thomas Walsh took place at Darlinghurst this morning. ...

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