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  2. PROVIDING WORK.

    A brief review of the Federal Government's scheme for providing work in cooperation with the State Governments, was made by the Federal Parliamentary ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  3. DAVIS CUP TEAM.

    Bound for Great Britain and the Continent, where they will make yet another attempt to win the Davis Cup, the Australian Lawn Tennis team, comprising J. ...

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  4. HERE AND THERE.

    Heading in London "Sketch": "Society Dances to Combat Socialism." But who is to deliver the monster's head on a platter? ...

    Article : 1,157 words
  5. FEDERAL AFFAIRS.

    CANBERRA, March 25.—Although it is by far the most important measure which the Federal Parliament will be asked to pass before it adjourns for the Easter ...

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  7. WRITING FOR THE PRESS.

    MELBOURNE, March 25.—At a meeting of the Australian Lawn Tennis Association tonight a request from D. P. Turnbull for permission to contribute ...

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  8. STATUTE OF WESTMINSTER

    In days to come posterity may hold that the most important legal development in Australia during the present age was the discovery of a means whereby it is ...

    Article : 350 words
  9. A BANK VINDICATED.

    SYDNEY, March 25.—Judgment in a curious case concerning a cheque was given in the High Court today by the Acting Chief Justice (Sir George Rich), ...

    Article : 662 words
  10. MURDER OF BABY.

    MELBOURNE, March 25.—Mary Alice Clara Stevens, single (23), a domestic, collapsed in the Criminal Court tonight when the jury found her guilty of the ...

    Article : 686 words
  11. HEAD-ON COLLISION.

    SYDNEY, March 25.—Spencer Ewers (23) and William Ellis (33), were killed, and Richard Terry suffered minor injuries, following a head-on collision ...

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  12. DAVIS CUP PLAYERS IN PERTH.

    Members of the Australian Davis Cup team practising at King's Park yesterday afternoon. Top left: J. Crawford playing a backhand drive. Top right: A. Quist making a backhand volley. Bottom left: D. Turnbull. playing manager and treasurer. smashing. Bottom ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 107 words
  13. BULK HANDLING.

    CUNDERDIN, March 25.—The Commission appointed by the Government to inquire into the bulk handling of wheat sat at Cunderdin yesterday afternoon for ...

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  14. VICTORIAN WORKS PLAN.

    MELBOURNE, March 25.—As the first step towards the elimination of the sustenance system, the State Cabinet, at its meeting today, approved the general ...

    Article : 190 words
  15. EFFORTS IN THIS STATE.

    At the invitation of the midland district council of the Australian Labour Party, the Minister for Employment and Industrial Development (Mr. J. J. ...

    Article : 778 words
  16. NORFOLK ISLAND CONDITIONS.

    SYDNEY, March 25.—The Minister for External Affairs and Territories (Sir George Pearce), who with Lady Pearce and Mr. J. R. Halligan, of the territories ...

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  17. BANK BUILDING CRITICISED.

    ADELAIDE, March 25.—Members of the Adelaide City Council this afternoon strongly criticised the remodelled Commonwealth Bank building in King ...

    Article : 231 words
  18. RAILWAY FREIGHTS.

    MARBLE BAR, March 25.—The Commissioner of Railways (Mr. J. A. Ellis), and the Finance Officer (Mr. Raymond) are visiting the district for the purpose ...

    Article : 404 words
  19. LATE DIRECTOR OF MYER'S.

    MELBOURNE, March 25.—Application for probate of the will of the late Edwin Lee Neil, former managing director of the Myer Emporium, Ltd., was lodged ...

    Article : 133 words
  20. A FATAL SKID.

    BUNBURY, March 25.—Leslie Lionel Hood (24), labourer, was fatally injured when the motor cycle he was riding skidded and threw him heavily at Wilkie's ...

    Article : 121 words
  21. STOWAWAYS ON THE MANUNDA.

    ALBANY, March 25.—On the arrival of the liner Manunda from Port Adelaide last night, three stowaways on the vessel were arrested by Sergeant Rowbottom ...

    Article : 99 words
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