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  2. GRAFT EXPOSURE.

    TOKIO, March 9.—Mr. Sanji Muto president of the "Jiji Shimpo." one of Tokio's leading newspapers, was shot with a pistol while leaving his villa at ...

    Article : 153 words
  3. FLOOD HAVOC

    Railway services throughout the agricultural areas were interrupted yesterday by floods due to the torrential rains on Thursday. No trains were able to reach their destinations on any but the Midland and South-Western lines. It is not known definitely when the services will be restored. On the collie-Narrogin line the engine of a mixed train plunged over an embankment into a creek ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 619 words
  4. LANG PARTY ATTACKED.

    SYDNEY, March 9.—Today's developments at the unity conference of the Australian Labour Party reveal a slightly more conciliatory attitude on the part of ...

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  5. COMMONWEALTH FINANCE.

    CANBERRA, March 9.—Details of the Commonwealth consolidated revenue account for the first eight months of the current financial year, which were ...

    Article : 501 words
  6. BRITAIN'S AIR STRENGTH.

    LONDON, March 8.—In presenting the Air Estimates to the House ctf Commons today, the Under-Secretary for Air (Sir Philip Sassoon) said:—"These Estimates, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 1,276 words
  7. JAPANESE TRADE.

    TOKIO, March 9.—The Cabinet has submitted to the Diet a trade control Bill giving the Government flexible retaliatory authority to tax imports up to the ...

    Article : 117 words
  8. CHEERS IN THE COMMONS.

    LONDON, March 9.—Mr. Baldwin's pledge that if Britain's efforts for aerial disarmament failed the Government would not allow Britain to remain ...

    Article : 335 words
  9. LONDON TEXTILE CONFERENCE.

    LONDON, March 8.—The Parliamentary correspondent of "The Times" says that the Lancashire representatives in the Anglo-Japanese cotton discussions, with ...

    Article : 163 words
  10. BRIDGE COLLAPSES.

    NARROGIN, March 9.—The worst washaway in the Narrogin district occurred last night at a point a quarter of a mile west of Dumberning, where a ...

    Article : 240 words
  11. AMERICAN AIR MAILS.

    WASHINGTON, March 8.—Following President Roosevelt's call for a private air mail system on a radically revised basis, several Bills are being framed by ...

    Article : 134 words
  12. PIPE LINE BROKEN.

    NORTHAM, March 9.—Two breaks have occurred in the 30-inch Goldfields Water Supply main, one at Clackline and another, just beyond Seabrook. In both instances ...

    Article : 125 words
  13. HITLER CONDEMNED.

    WASHINGTON, March 8.—A protest made today by the German Embassy against a mock trial held last night in New York at which the German Chancellor ...

    Article : 193 words
  14. STATE OF THE ROADS.

    The impassability of a number of roads in the Northam area and the complete isolation by road of Toodyay were reported yesterday by the touring department of ...

    Article : 231 words
  15. RAILWAY SERVICES.

    The washaways which occurred on the main railway lines on Thursday night have completely disorganised the country railway services, the Bunbury line being ...

    Article : 504 words
  16. Opposition to World-Wide Scope.

    TOKIO, March 9.—Osaka cotton manufacturers have cabled to the Japanese delegation at the London conference asking them to entertain the British proposal to ...

    Article : 62 words
  17. ANGLO-FRENCH TRADE

    LONDON, March 8.—Trade negotiations between Great Britain and France will open in London on Wednesday next. The British Government has received a Note ...

    Article : 108 words
  18. LONDON COUNTY COUNCIL.

    LONDON, Marth 9.—Labour made substantial gains in the London County Council elections today when many prominent members were defeated, ...

    Article : 105 words
  19. STORM CENTRE INSPECTED

    "I have lived here for 30 years and I remember nothing like this before." The words of an old resident of the Avon Valley, as he surveyed the damage done by ...

    Article : 1,430 words
  20. SEDITION IN SAMOA.

    SUVA, March 8.—Olaf F. Nelson, a former member of the Legislative Council, who was sentenced yesterday to imprisonment and ten years' exile for ...

    Article : 98 words
  21. CAUTION REWARDED.

    VANCOUVER, March 8.—A mail parcel addressed personally to Police Inspector John Vance, head of the Police Bureau of Criminal Science, was found to ...

    Article : 49 words
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