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  2. THE BASIC WAGE.

    BRISBANE, May 21.—Reserved judgment in the application by the combined employers' associations of Queensland for a reduction of the basic wage, was ...

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  5. TRANSPORT IN N.S.W.

    SYDNEY, May 21.—Legislation for the regulation and co-ordination of transport in New South Wales was introduced in the Legislative Assembly this afternoon ...

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  6. PERSONAL.

    Mr. Howard Sampler, a journalist from New Zealand, with Mrs. Sumpter, is travelling to England by the liner Bendigo. Mr. T. Anthoness, architect, of Perth, ...

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  7. NEWS AND NOTES.

    Fine, with fresh south to east winds, followed by a cold night, is the official weather forecast for to-day. West Australian Forests. ...

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  8. FOREST REGENERATION.

    The results of the present Forestry Act In checking the ruthless exploitation of our forests are now becoming apparent. Defence of our heritage being ...

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  9. COST OF LIVING.

    MELBOURNE, May 21.—Circulars have been sent to the trade unions by the Federal Preserving Employees' Union containing a suggestion that ...

    Article : 218 words
  10. SETTLERS' TRIALS.

    MELBOURNE, May 21.—Chief Judge Dethridge (chairman) and Mr. W. E. B. MacLeod, of the Royal Commission which is inquiring into complaints by overseas ...

    Article : 156 words
  11. INVESTITURE INTERRUPTED.

    MELBOURNE, May 21.—An investiture which was to have been held at Menzies Hotel to-day was stopped on an order by the Governor-General. The Victorian ...

    Article : 308 words
  12. A DESERT SECRET.

    ADELAIDE, May 21.—An attempt to locate gold said to exist in fabulous quantities in Central Australia is being made by Dr. Herbert Basedow, who has made ...

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  14. FRENCH FOREIGN OFFICE.

    PARIS, May 20.—The resignation of M. Briand from the Foreign Office is expected to operate from May 15. ...

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  15. MAIL TIME TABLES.

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

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  16. THE ECONOMISTS' WAY.

    Though only the general trend or the proposals is known as yet, the summarised anticipation of the report of the committee of economists to the Loan ...

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  17. BRITAIN AND THE MIDDLE EAST

    LONDON, May 20.—Lord Trenchard, in the House of Lords this evening, raised the question of unification of control and policy in the Middle East. He referred to ...

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  18. STATE ARCHIVES BOARD.

    "Steps have been taken to ensure that no files of any department shall be destroyed as useless until the matter has been referred to the board to advise ...

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  19. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS

    "Interested." South Perth.—For information concerning employment in the Civil Service in India, the Malay States or other Briton possessions, you should apply to the Premier's Office. ...

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  20. PITH OF PARLIAMENT.

    The Legislative Assembly met at 4.30 p.m. yesterday. A vigorous Labour attack on the Workers' Compensation Act Amendment Bill ...

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  21. CURRENT COMMENT.

    The passing of a motion authorising the taking of a referendum on Secession might well afflict the Government with a chronic source of embarrassment. ...

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  22. HIRE PURCHASE LAW.

    The general secretary of the Primary Producers' Association (Mr. H. J. Prater) stated last night that at a meeting of the executive of the association yesterday a ...

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  23. AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH.

    The chairman of the board of advisers of the Merchants' Agricultural Research fund (Mr.H. J. Wigmore) said yesterday that Dr. T. C. Duane, an agricultural ...

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  24. VICTORIAN POLITICS.

    MELBOURNE, May 21.—The Hogan Ministry was defeated by 21 votes to 20 in the Legislative Assembly to-day on a motion for the introduction of a Email ...

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  25. FREMANTLE.

    UNITED KINGDOM, INDIA, and EGYPT.— Per Bendigo, May 25, at 3.30 p.m. (late fee, 4.15 p.m.). EASTERN STATES.—Tuesday, at 6.30 p.m. ...

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  26. JEWELS AND INSIGNIA.

    LONDON, May 21.—Lady Forster (the wife of Lord Forster, a former Governor-General of Australia) placed in the dining car of a train in which she was travelling ...

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  27. ON OTHER PAGES.

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  28. OIL FROM COAL.

    LONDON, May 20.—In his maiden speech in the House of Lords to-night, Lord Rutherford, the famous scientist, recounted experiments being conducted here ...

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  29. EMPIRE SHOPPING WEEK.

    Shopkeepers in Perth and at the chief centres throughout the country are arranging shop window displays for Empire Shopping Week, which will commence on ...

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  30. FRANCE AND RUSSIA.

    LONDON, May 20.—The Paris correspondent of the "Daily Herald" notes signs of a change of French policy towards Russia. He mentions that there are ...

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  31. INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS.

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  32. RAILWAY MISHAPS.

    GERALDTON, May 21.—Whilst engaged in shunting operations in the railway yards at Gerald ton yesterday afternoon, Wilfred Park, a shunter met with a ...

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  33. CONTINUATION CLASSES.

    KALGOORLIE, May 21.—A meeting of parents discussed last night the discontinuance of evening continuation classes on the Eastern Goldfields and the possibility of ...

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  34. THE LAW COURTS.

    NISI PRIUS.—At l0.30 a.m., before the Acting Chief Justice: N. G. Frick v. H. G. Weston, Before Mr. Justice Draper: E.L.B. Cull v. Boltop's Ltd. ...

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  35. BRITISH CHANCELLOR.

    LONDON, May 20.—The health of the Chancellor of the Exchequer (Mr. Snowden) is sufficiently improved to enable him to attend to-day's Cabinet council. It ...

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  36. AIR MAIL FOR BRITAIN.

    KUPANG (Timor), May 21.—The 'plane carrying the second Australian air mail for England left Kupang at 6.40 a.m. today for Surabaya. ...

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  37. ENGAGEMENT.

    The engagement is announced of Margaret (Rita), only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Wilson, of Violet Grove, West Subiaco to Robert, eldest son of Mr. and ...

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