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  3. PARLIAMENTARY ECHOES.

    The State Parliament is down to business. There are now 10 Bills and several motions before the Legislative Assembly, and although the Legislative Council had ...

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  4. UNEMPLOYMENT.

    SYDNEY, May 22.—An official estimate places the number of unemployed in New South Wales at ll5,000. Dole relief is costing the Government between £300,000 and ...

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  5. IRRIGATION SCHEME.

    DARDANUP, May 22.—Settlers who attended a meeting to-day in connection with the Government's proposed irrigation scheme for the district between ...

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  6. BEEKEEPING.

    The tenth annual conference of the West Australian Beekeepers' Association was concluded at the Westralian Farmers' building. Wellington-street, yesterday, the ...

    Article : 679 words
  7. THE GOVERNOR FAREWELLED.

    Scoutmasters and Guiders assembled in force at the Carlton tea rooms, Hay-street , on Thursday might for the purpose of saying farewell to the Governor (sir ...

    Article : 427 words
  8. THE CANNING CAMP.

    Referring to the unemployed camp at Canning Bridge, which a recent letter from Mr. L. C. Manning intimated was on portion of the Manning Estate, and which, it ...

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  9. IN THE SUBURBS.

    At the quarterly meeting of the North Perth Relief Committee, held hist Monday, the secretary (Mr. C. W. Hammond) stated that the quarter ending April 30 ...

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  10. GIRL GUIDES AT HOME.

    The president and members of the executive committee of the Girl Guides' Association of Western Australia gave an at home in the Y.A.L. Hall. ...

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  11. THE GERMAN MARK.

    We have received from E, Schuster, of Nurnberg, Germany, an interesting booklet, entitled "The German Mark from 1914 to 1924." Appearing in Australia at ...

    Article : 386 words
  12. TURNED BACK.

    WAGIN, May 21.—At a meeting of the Wagin unemployment relief committee attention was drawn to a case under the Government farm labour scheme, in ...

    Article : 416 words
  13. POLICE NEWS.

    Vigilance on the part of Constable O'Mara, of the West Perth police station, was followed yesterday by the arrest of four men, and will lead, the police allege, ...

    Article : 371 words
  14. AUSTRALIAN POPULATION.

    The quarterly summary of Australian statistics for March, 1931, which has just been issued by the Acting Commonwealth Statistician (Professor L. F. Giblin) shows ...

    Article : 388 words
  15. A Social Evening.

    An enjoyable social in the Arundale Hall, Museum-street, last night, brought the Beekeepers' Association's conference to a close. Mr. R. S. Sampson, M.L.A., ...

    Article : 152 words
  16. Buckland Hill.

    A successful combined fete and procession, organise to raise funds for unemployment relief purposes, was held at Buckland Hill last ...

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  17. ANGLICAN EVANGELISTS.

    Captain J. S. Cowlanl, leader of a delegation iron the Church Army, who has arrived in Western Australia to prepare the way for the coming of the remainder of ...

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  18. TOBACCO IN SOUTH-WEST.

    DENMARK, May 22.—A quarter of a ton of tobacco was despatched on to-day's train consigned to Michelides, Ltd., Perth. It was grown by Mr. P. Harrison. ...

    Article : 67 words
  19. Clerk Arrested.

    Reginald Wilkinson Harrison (28), clerk, of Francis-street, was arrested yesterday by Detective Dowsett on a charge of having stolen a rifle and military clothing, the ...

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  20. BAYSWATER DISTRICT.

    The Bayswater Road Board recently approached the Electricity and Gas Department of the Perth City Council with a view to having the gas mains extended to ...

    Article : 282 words
  21. SENTENCES COMMUTED.

    SYDNEY, May 22.—At a meeting of the Cabinet to-day sentences of death passed on Thomas O'Hara (18) and Vernon Bonham (10) for the murder of a Chinese ...

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  22. BROADCAST PROGRAMMES.

    To-day.—7.30 a.m.: Town Hall chimes 7.33: Weather synopsis and forecast, 7.34 : Siding price of wheat, wheat cables and produce market report, 7.38: Music, 8.0: Time signal and ...

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  23. A FREMANTLE GRIEVANCE.

    The secretary of the Fremantle District Council of the Australian Labour Party (Mr. J. W. Burgess) referred yesterday to two matters affecting the welfare of the ...

    Article : 234 words
  24. "THE HEART OF A BOY."

    To an audience which completely filled the Luxor Theatre last night, "The Heart of a Boy," a scout play, was presented in a very capable manner by a competent ...

    Article : 375 words
  25. ONE MAN ONE JOB.

    Sir,—From time to time we read letters in your columns dealing with the above subject; yet the position remains the same, and we still find civil servants and ...

    Article : 159 words
  26. BACTERIAL BLIGHT.

    The Director, of Apiculture (Mr. G. L. Sutton) stated yesterday that in order to prevent beans grown in Western Australia from becoming affected with bacterial ...

    Article : 228 words
  27. AERO CLUB BALL.

    Within a fortnight of the issue of invitations for the Aero Club's plain and fancy dress ball in aid of the Children's Hospital, which is to be held at Temple Court ...

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  28. To the Editor, "The West Australian."

    Sir,—I endorse all "Idle Worker's" remarks, concerning the "one man, one job" principle, but what about some of the wives of the same men—doing dressmaking ...

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  29. LOCAL PRODUCTS.

    COLLIE, May 22.—A local products exhibition was officially opened in the Soldiers Hall on Wednesday night by Cr. G. G. Iddon president of the Collie Traders' ...

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  30. To the Editor, "The West Australian."

    Sir,—In these hard times I think that country shopkeepers etc., who have to pay heavy freights on their goods, thus helping to keep the railways going, have ...

    Article : 94 words
  31. DUTY ON FERTILISER.

    Sir,—I noted, in your issue of May 12, Mr. Gregory, M.H.R., in discussing high duties, called attention to the duties settlers have to pay on fertiliser (33 per ...

    Article : 325 words
  32. BIBLE SOCIETY.

    The annual business meeting of the West Australian Auxiliary of the British and Foreign Bible Society was held at Bible House, St. Georges-rerrace, recently, the ...

    Article : 291 words
  33. To the Editor, "The West Australian."

    Sir,—There is no reason why any man who is prepared to work during his leisure hours should not be permitted to make extra money provided he gives fair ...

    Article : 136 words
  34. WEEK-END ARRANGEMENTS.

    This afternoon, at 3 o'clock at Brennan Park the most important rally ever held in the history of the Boy Scout and Girl Giude movements in this State will take ...

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  35. TO-MORROW'S MILITARY PARADE.

    Sir,—It is a matter for regret that a ceremonial parade of the troops is announced to take place at Claremont Park on Sunday next. Surely this parade ...

    Article : 118 words
  36. FREMANTLE POLICE COURT.

    Stolen Clothing.—George Harris was sentenced to three months imprisonment with hard labour on a charge of having, on Mar 21, stolen a silk scarf and a cardigan jacket, valued at ...

    Article : 120 words
  37. To the Editor, "The West Australian."

    Sir,—It goes very much against the grain to be asked to contribute from a salary reduced months ago towards the relief of unemployment, when one's neighbour, ...

    Article : 88 words
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