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  2. ENGLISH OPINIONS.

    LONDON, March 28—Mr. Lang's threat to default on interest payments continues to be given prominence in London newespapers "The Times" cays that the ...

    Article : 581 words
  3. Advertising

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    Advertising : 40 words
  4. PUBLIC FINANCE.

    The Government Statistician (Mr. S. Bennett) has just issued Parts 2 and 3 of the Statistical Register for 1929-30, dealing respectively with "Public Finance" ...

    Article : 985 words
  5. TRAMWAY ROBBERY.

    Up to an early horn this morning no arrest had been made in connection with the robbery by an armed and masked man of a bag containing £5 from the crew of ...

    Article : 597 words
  6. ACCIDENTS.

    Richard George Prior (65), mine manager from Nullagine, and for some time past in charge of the Lionel Asbestos Aline, near Marble Bar died in the Perth ...

    Article : 210 words
  7. UNEMPLOYMENT.

    The Premier (Sir James Mitchell) stated on Saturday that the Government Statistician (Air. S. Bennett) had been appointed chairman of the Unemployment Board, ...

    Article : 120 words
  8. LIGHT IN THE CLOUDS.

    The Rev. George Tulloch preached in St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church yesterday, taking as his text: "Men see not the bright light which is in the clouds, but ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 914 words
  9. PRICES IN NEW YORK.

    NEW YORK, March 28.—Although Commonwealth stocks gained one or two points and New South Wales issues rose by from a half to 1½ Queensland issues ...

    Article : 220 words
  10. PERTH CITY COUNCIL.

    After considering Cr. Caddy's suggestion that men engaged by the Perth City Council on sustenance work should be provided with additional work to meet clothing and ...

    Article : 83 words
  11. DISSOLUTION URGED.

    KALGOORLIE, March 2O.—"If ever there was an occasion on which the Governor should exercise his prerogative and dissolve Parliament, it has occurred in New ...

    Article : 130 words
  12. WOMAN FATALLY INJURED.

    Mrs. M. J. Harris (78), a widowed pensioner, of 456 Hay-street, East Perth, was run over and killed by a motor track when she was crossing St. George's ...

    Article : 96 words
  13. CANNING IMPROVEMENTS.

    In the Canning Road Board district, which embraces Queen's Park, Cannington, Welshpool and extends to South Perth and the borders of Jandakot. 102 men are ...

    Article : 164 words
  14. SAFEGUARDING BONDHOLDERS.

    Local financial circles in touch with London opinion declare that unless the Commonwealth Government promptly announces its intention of safeguarding the ...

    Article : 76 words
  15. TRAM PASSENGER KNOCKED DOWN

    While alighting from a Perth-bound tramcar on Mount's Bay-road near the Swan Brewery, yesterday afternoon Alec Goldman (21), labourer, of 564 ...

    Article : 60 words
  16. INJURED BY BURSTING TYRE.

    When Neil Lilley (32), of 113 Roberts-road, Subiaco, was removing a tyre from the front wheel of a motor truck on the corner of Cozhlan-road and Hay-street, ...

    Article : 79 words
  17. NATIONALIST MEETING.

    At a meeting of the committee of the Perth branch of the National Party, it was decided to hold a meeting of its members and prospective members to consider ...

    Article : 90 words
  18. GERALDTON RELIEF MEASURES.

    GERALDTON, March 29.—Inspector Crouch, of the State Charities Department, concluded his investigation into the position of destitute unemployed at Geraldton ...

    Article : 193 words
  19. MOTOR CYCLIST HURT.

    As a result of a side on collision between a motor cycle and a motor car at the corner of Wittenoom-street and Claise-brooke-road. East Perth, early yesterday ...

    Article : 83 words
  20. To the Editor, "The West Australian."

    Sir,—Your published statement in this morning's issue in regard to Mr. Lang's intention not to pay interest due on April 1 appears on the face of it alarming, but ...

    Article : 245 words
  21. AUSTRALIAN READING CIRCLE

    At, the annual meeting of the general committee of the Australian Reading Circle, which was held at the University, Irwin-street, on Friday night, it was ...

    Article : 246 words
  22. COLLISION WITH TRAMCAR.

    As Frederick Brock, of Prowse-avenne, claremont, was driving his car away from the kerb in Barrack-street, Perth, on Saturday morning, a south bound tramcar ...

    Article : 69 words
  23. SECESSION.

    Over 200 persons assembled outside the Carnegie Institute, Midland Junction, at a meeting held under the auspices of the Dominion League of Western Australia, on ...

    Article : 146 words
  24. A DOUBLE FATALITY.

    MELBOURNE, March 29.—While ascending a hill on the Melbourne side of Lilydale this evening, a motor-cycle and sidecar collided with a motorcar. Hubert ...

    Article : 101 words
  25. FARMING AND MINING.

    KALGOORLIE, March 23.—At a meeting of the Kalgoorlie Road Board on Friday, a letter was received from the Quairading Road Board asking for ...

    Article : 200 words
  26. YOUNG MAN'S DEATH.

    MELBOURNE, March 29.—Foot youths who hare been chained with having, at Coburg, on or about March 27, murdered Arthur Head (16), of Belgrave-street, Co. ...

    Article : 265 words
  27. AMONG THE PAPUANS.

    The Rev. Harold Short F.R.G.S., who is at present in Perth as a deputation from the London Missionary Society, was formerly a minister of the Beaconsfield ...

    Article : 615 words
  28. KILLED IN CAR COLLISION.

    MELBOURNE, March 29.—Miss Selina Green (50), of Northbrook-avenne. Malvern, was killed when a motor car in which the and her two oaten were travelling ...

    Article : 62 words
  29. BROADCAST PROGRAMMES.

    To-day.—7.30 a.m.: Town Hall chimes. 7.3S: Weather. synopsis and forecast. 7.34: Music 8.0: Time signal and cables. 8.5: Musical interlode. 8.9: Music. 8.21: Weather forecast. 8.22: ...

    Article : 551 words
  30. "PROFITABLE EMPLOYMENT."

    A Woman Reader.—The first thing to do in the present crisis is to find work for the unemployed. I have read all the suggestions sent to your paper and. in my ...

    Article : 709 words
  31. OMNIBUS SEATING TAX.

    With a request that omnibus owners be allowed to pay licence fees and seating tax in moieties, a deputation from the West Australian Motor Passengers ...

    Article : 274 words
  32. MENTAL PATIENT ESCAPES.

    A mental patient escaped from the Claremont Hospital, for the Insane last night. It is understood, however, that he is not of a dangerous type. About ...

    Article : 143 words
  33. ALLEGED STABBING.

    Following a brawl at the corner of Hay-street and Rokeby-road, Subiaco, on Saturday night, Jack Wheland (27), labourer, of Robinson-street. Subiaco, received treat ...

    Article : 144 words
  34. BISHOP OF MATTLAND DEAD.

    SYDNEY, March 29.—The Roman Catholic Bishop of Maitland, the Right Rev. Dr. Patrick Vincent Dwyer, died yesterday morning at West Maitland. He had ...

    Article : 173 words
  35. JANE's REFERENCE BOOKS.

    "Jane's Fighting Ships"—The bulky volume, a most exhaustive and comprehensive cyclopaedia of information concerning all. the navies of the world, was ...

    Article : 198 words
  36. COST OF GOVERNMENT.

    Sir,—Let economy start at the top, not at the breadline. Let members of Parliament cat their salaries one-third, and Ministers one-half, and they would even ...

    Article : 186 words
  37. "DEGREES OF PUNISHMENT."

    Sir,—I remember hearing of a case in New Zealand, some years ago of a young man, brought up in a good home, yet frequently reaking the laws of the land ...

    Article : 195 words
  38. KNIVES DRAWN.

    MELBOURNE, March 29.—Knives were drawn during a violent quarrel lait night among members of the coloured crew, shipped at Singapore, of the steamer City ...

    Article : 120 words
  39. OUR RAILWAYS.

    Sir,—Motor competition is blamed for the position our railway finances are in to-day, but whilst there may be something in it, there are other causes which ...

    Article : 324 words
  40. TRAFFIC ACT AND FARMERS.

    Sir,—Now that the Minister is contemplating an amendment to the Traffic Act greater consideration should be given to the farmer's truck. A vehicle which, in ...

    Article : 280 words
  41. A SUGGESTION TO EMPLOYERS.

    Sir,—Permit me to appeal to the managers of the various branches of Perth's emporiums. It is rumoured that farther retrenchment will take place towards the ...

    Article : 185 words
  42. To the Editor, The West Australian."

    Sir,—A study of historical records reveal the fact that Parliamentary utility has steadily deteriorated since the inception of payment of ...

    Article : 194 words
  43. To the Editor. "The West Australian."

    Sir,—I have been waiting for a stronger pen and a more influential name than mine to start an, effective protest against the sentence, recently imposed on a boy. ...

    Article : 189 words
  44. COMMONWEALTH BANK TENDERS.

    Sir.—I notice that tenders are being called for the delivery and fixing of the bronze work of the Commonwealth Bank. It is to be hoped that a local ...

    Article : 165 words
  45. FALSE STORY OF WOUNDING.

    SYDNEY, March 20.—With a gunshot would in his forehead and on the verge of collapse. George Clark (47), electrician, staggered into his home in Pitt-street. ...

    Article : 109 words
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