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  2. Advertising

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  3. WORLD PEACE.

    OTTAWA, May 17—The House of Commons has given unanimous approval of Canada's adherence, with reservations, to the chief provisions of the Peace Pact of ...

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  4. WAGES LEVEL.

    MELBOURNE, May 18.—"Australia cannot continue industrially as in the last few years," said the president of the Victorian Chamber of Manufactures ...

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  6. VICE-REGAL.

    Ladies and gentlemen who have received his Excellency's invitation to the reception to Lord and Lady Baden-Powell at Government House to-morrow night are ...

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  7. NEWS AND NOTES.

    Fine, with south-east to north-cast winds, is the official weather forecast for to-day. Commonwealth Tax on Loan Interest. ...

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  8. PERSONAL.

    Mr. J. J. Simons will leave to-night for Sydney by the Great Western express. He expects to be away for about a month. Mr. Ivan Jones, pastoralist, of ...

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  9. SCHOOLBOYS' MESSAGES.

    CANBERRA, May 18.-The reception of wireless messages from the Houses of Parliament in London in response to the peace message." relayed from Canberra ...

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  10. OUR DISTINGUISHED VISITORS.

    Yesterday the citizens of Perth delighted to honour, as the people generally of Western Australia will also, as serves, delight to honour, ...

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  11. CURRENT COMMENT.

    Russian clumping as a menace to the Empire was the subject of strong condemnation by the Leader of the Conservative Party, Mr. Baldwin. Following ...

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  12. FEDERAL MINISTERS' POSITION.

    MELBOURNE, May 18.—Although it was believed that the Prime Minister (Mr. Scullin) and the Federal Attorney-General (Mr. Brennan) would become involved in ...

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  13. GOLD MINING REVIVAL.

    Considerable interest is being taken in the company proposed to be floated by the West Australian Goldmining Revival Association for the re-opening and working ...

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  14. FEDERAL FINANCE.

    CANBERRA, May 18.—It is now revealed that the recent renewal of portion of the Commonwealth's short-term accommodation in London, amounting to ...

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  15. "A MORAL PROBLEM."

    SYDNEY, May 18.-The Leader of the State Opposition (Mr. T. R. Bavin), speaking before a large attendance at the Rockdale Salvation Army citadel. to-day, on ...

    Article : 309 words
  16. AT THE NORTH POLE.

    AKRON (Ohio). May 15.—A small balloon has been prepared at Akron for Sir Hubert Wilkins to take "with him in the submarine Nautilus, in which he will ...

    Article : 139 words
  17. EMPIRE SHOPPING WEEK.

    MELBOURNE, May 18.—Empire shopping week, a movement designed to emphasise the benefits of buying only goods made in the British Empire began in ...

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  18. "A FINE GESTURE."

    LONDON, May 15.—Vice-Admiral Taylor (who was elected as an Empire Crusade candidate for South Paddington, being the sole representatives in the House ...

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  19. MAIL 'PLANE PASSENGERS.

    The following are booked to travel by the West-East mail 'plane which will leave Perth this morning:-Perth to Adelaide: D. H. Bureau. Miss Kelly and Mrs. Young. ...

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  20. N.S.W. SAVINGS BANK.

    MELBOURNE, May 18.—Negotiations which are [?] between the Commonwealth Bank and the Government of New South Wales regarding the taking ...

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  21. HONEY WEEK.

    To induce people to cat more honey, and thus support an important local industry, Honey Week is being conducted in Perth this week by the West Australian ...

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  22. EQUIPMENT OF THE NAUTILUS.

    The Nautilus, a submarine which is being prepared to travel across the top of the earth and beneath the North Pole, will be elaborately elaborately with electric ...

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  23. MAIL TIME TABLES.

    RATES OF POSTAGE.—Letters within the Commonwealth and to places in the British Empire, 2d. per ounce; U.S.A. and all other Places. first ounce 3d., each succeeding ounce ...

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  24. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS

    Hard Up, Albany.—(1) The 1853 penny and the 1872 half-penny are still current coins, and retain their face value. (2) The Anglesey Mines half-penny would have to be examined, and we ...

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  25. THREAT OF BUTCHERS' STRIKE.

    SYDNEY, May 18.—A strike of employees in retail butchers shops is threatened. About 500 men attended a mass meeting at the Trades Hall to-night to ...

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  26. RETURNED SOLDIERS.

    MELBOURNE, May 18.—The following resolution were passed by the State-executive of the New Sooth Wales "branch of the Returned Soldiers' League to-day:- ...

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  27. RABBIT-PROOF FENCE.

    NORTHAMPTON, May 16.—A report has been received by the officials of the Ogilvie branch of the Primary Producers Association that the Government in ...

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  28. PERTH.

    UNITED KINGDOM, EUROPE, ASIA, and EGYPT.—Bendigo, May 25; letters, 1 p.m. (late fee, 2 p.m.); newspapers and packets, noon; registered letters, noon; parcels, 11 a.m. Letters ...

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  29. ADVANCES TO SETTLERS.

    During April the Agricultural Bank, Soldiers', Settlement Scheme, and Group settlement authorised to advances to 522 totalling £49,227. compared with ...

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  30. THE LAW COURTS.

    FULL COURT.—At 10.30 a.m., before the Acting Chief Justice and Mr. Justice Dwyer; Motions—in the matter of the Public Notaries Act 1902 and in the matter of Ernest von ...

    Article : 83 words
  31. Minister Explains Position.

    "The position is that the vote for the maintenance of the rabbit-proof fences has been materially decreased," said the Minister for Agriculture (Mr. P. D. Ferguson) ...

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  32. AN ADMIRAL'S FAREWELL.

    SYDNEY, May 18.—Rear-Admiral Evans has never been a stickler for formality, bat to-day when lie relinquished his command of the Australian Squadron he did ...

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  33. COMMONWEALTH BANK

    CANBERRA, May 18.—The building at present in course of erection on a site adjacent to the Note Printing Department, Victoria-street, Melbourne, is being ...

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  34. ON OTHER PAGES.

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  35. THE SILVER CRISIS.

    The fall in the price of silver has produced a currency and financial crisis "in the East, Just as the rise In the value of gold has brought the same calamity ...

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  36. UNIVERSITY FRANCHISE.

    LONDON, May 18.—Oxford and Cambridge graduates overseas have signed a memorial protesting against the proposed abolition of the University franchise. The ...

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  37. FREMANTLE.

    UNITED KINGDOM, INDIA and EGYPT.-Per Bendigo, May 25, at 2.30 p.m. (late fee, 3.15 p.m.). EASTERN STATES.—Tuesday, at 6.30 p.m. ...

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  38. RESTORATION OF PROSPERITY

    MELBOURNE, May 18.-Three essentials for the restoration of prosperity in Australia were suggested by Senator Sir Hal Colebatch in an address in Scots ...

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  39. INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS.

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  40. BRITISH COAL INDUSTRY.

    LONDON, May 16.—The position in the mining industry was the subject of comment by the Parliamentary Secretary of the Mines Department (Mr. E. Shinwell). ...

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  41. AFRICAN MAGNIFICENCE.

    ADDIS ABABA (Abyssinia), May 18,— A ceremony even more magnificent than that of the coronation recently of the Emperor Ras Tafari will be witnessed ...

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  42. ENGAGEMENTS.

    The engagement is announced of Elizabeth, second daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. Douglas Winning, of Kalamunda, and Dr. Brvant Oswald Bladen of Narembeen, ...

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  43. BRITISH CONSERVATIVES.

    LONDON, May 16.—The Conservatives will move on May 19 in the House of Commons for the rejection of the Finance Bill, on the ground that it does not ...

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  44. CANADIAN EXHIBITION.

    LONDON, May 15.—Earl Jellicoe is going to Canada to open the forthcoming National Exhibition at Toronto, the Largest eat annual event of its kind in the world. ...

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