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  2. SYDNEY GAMING INQUIRY.

    SYDNEY, Sept. 19.—Two former Ministers, Mr. Mark Gosling and Mr. William Thomas Ely, were the principal witnesses when Mr. Justice Halse Rogers, sitting ...

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  3. £13,000 FRAUD ALLEGED.

    SYDNEY, Sept. 18.—Three former directors of Harry Rickards Tivoli Theatres, Ltd.—Hugh Donald McIntosh, Edmund Covell, and William John Curtis, K.C.— ...

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  4. THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL.

    The Governor-General (Sir Isaac Isaacs), in continuation of his tour of the State, arrived in Perth yesterday morning from attended by his military ...

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  5. THE POWER HOUSE.

    A strong protest was made against the possible sale of the East Perth Power House by the Government when the State Executive of the Australian Labour Party ...

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  6. STREET FIGHTING.

    LONDON", Sept. 19.—Dissatisfaction among unemployed at the imposition of the "means test" on applicants for the dole led to serious riots on Saturday night ...

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  7. LOTTERIES BILL.

    "On my return to Perth this morning," said the Minister for Police (Mr. J. Scaddan) yesterday, "The Commissioner of Police informed me that he had been ...

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  8. GERMAN ARMAMENTS

    LONDON, Sept. 19.—The views of the British Government on questions arising out of the exchange of Notes between Germany and France on equality of status ...

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  9. THE VERSAILLES TREATY.

    LONDON, Sept. 18.—The newspapers generally approve of the British statement on Germany's armaments claim. "The Times" says: "The present moment is ...

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  10. REACTION IN BERLIN.

    BERLIN, Sept. 18.—Mr. Lloyd George, in an artcile in the "Boersen-Courier," declares that as one of the survivors of the statesmen responsible for the Treaty ...

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  11. THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL IN PERTH.

    The official group at the civic reception to the Governor-General (Sir Isaac Isaacs)in Government House Ballroom yesterday. Front row, left to right:—The Premier (Sir James Mitchell), the Governor-General, and the Lord Mayor of Perth (Mr. J. T. Franklin). Back row:—The District Commandant (Brigadier A. M. Martyn), the District Naval Officer (Commander R. Griffiths-Bowen, A.D.C.), Captain Finlay, Staff Corps, A.D.C., the Town ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  12. NORTHERN TERRITORY

    SYDNEY, Sept. 19.—The Minister for the Interior (Mr. Parkhill) to-day refused the request of a deputation to reduce rentals of pastoral leases in the Northern ...

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  13. MIXED FRENCH RECEPTION.

    PARIS, Sept. 19.—The British statement on Germany's armaments demand was received with mixed feelings in France, in view of the possibility that it ...

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  14. CIVIC RECEPTION.

    In his reply to the welcome given to him at a civic reception by the Lord Mayor (Mr. J. T. Franklin), and the city councillors yesterday, the ...

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  15. ALARM AT MIDLAND JUNCTION.

    Desire for information on the possible disposal by the Government of its control of electricity supply was expressed in a resolution by the Midland Junction ...

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  16. JAPANESE NAVY.

    BERLIN, Sept. 19.—Japan is seeking to make her navy independent of United States oil supplies by means of a big petroleum contract with the Soviet ...

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  17. FLIGHT FROM ENGLAND.

    WYNDHAM, Sept. 19.—Mr. Richard Allen, the young Melbourne airman who has been making a leisurely flight from England to Australia, arrived at Wyndham ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  18. GERMAN INDUSTRY.

    BERLIN, Sept. 19.—As part of the Government's scheme to assist in economic recovery by supplying industry with cheap and abundant capital, two big institutions ...

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  19. ENGLISH TEST TEAM.

    LONDON, Sept. 19.—"Maurice was up for a few hours yesterday, and is progressing satisfactorily," said Mrs. Tate, wife of the English Test cricketer, who suffered ...

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  20. Will Hobbs Play?

    LONDON, Sept. 18.—J. B. Hobbs, who as usual, in order to avoid the Bay of Biscay, will travel overland to Toulon, will fill the role of the cricketing ...

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  21. N.S.W. BUDGET.

    SYDNEY, Sept. 19.—In his budget speech to be delivered in the Legislative Assembly on Wednesday night the Premier and Treasurer (Mr. Stevens) will ...

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  22. Preparing the State Team.

    The immediate selection for practice purposes of about 18 players from whom the State team to meet the English Test team on October 21, 22 and 24 probably ...

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  23. A JOURNALISTIC EVENT.

    LONDON, Sept. 19.—His Majesty the King, the Prince of Wales, the Prime Minister (Mr. MacDonald), the Prime Minister of Canada (Mr. Bennett), of ...

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  24. WHALING SEASON.

    LONDON, Sept. 18.—Though there was no whaling in the South Atlantic last year owing to the glut of whale oil, operations are opening on Tuesday next and ...

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  25. MAIL 'PLANE CRASH.

    SYDNEY, Sept. 19.—The funeral of Mr. Ralph Ernest Virtue, the pilot of the aeroplane which crashed pear Byron Bay yesterday, took place at Lismore this ...

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  26. "BRITISH TRAITORS."

    LONDON, Sept. 19.—Mr. Sean Macentee, Minister for Finance, speaking at Cavan to-day said that the Free State Government hitherto had been pacific and ...

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  27. NIGHT SPENT IN BUSH.

    BUNBURY, Sept. 19.—George Britza and Harry Winter, two Bunbury men who went shooting in the Ferguson Valley on Saturday, became separated and lost their ...

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  28. CAT BURGLARS' HAUL.

    ADELAIDE, Sept. 19.—Climbing on to a roof at the rear of the shop of A.E. Bowen, jeweller, of the Adelaide Arcade, and gaining access by cutting a piece ...

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  29. LABOURER'S FANTASTIC STORY

    ADELAIDE, Sept. 19.—Six months' imprisonment on charges of having obtained £1 and clothing valued at £8 by false pretences was imposed on William Henry ...

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  30. ASSASSIN'S RELATIVES.

    MOSCOW, Sept. 18.—The mother and aunt of Gorguloff, the assassin of President Doumer, have been arrested in the Kuban region of Caucasia on a charge of ...

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  31. RAILWAY STATION THEFTS.

    MELBOURNE, Sept. 19.—Sixty-nine railway stations have been broken into by thieves in the last 12 months. Special railway inquiry officers are co-operating ...

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  32. OPIUM SELLER CONVICTED.

    DARWIN, Sept. 19.—Willie Tye, charged with having been in possession of opium, and with having sold opium to an aboriginal, was sentenced to three months' ...

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