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  2. KING'S JUBILEE.

    ROME, May 5—"England realises today that the modest, silent monarch, who was considered a perfect gentleman, was also a great King," says the Turin ...

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  3. THE ILLUMINATIONS.

    Special Illumination of buildings in Perth yesterday was confined to the State Treasury building, the Public Works Department. the General Post Office, and ...

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  4. ALONG THE WATERFRONT.

    The waterfront at Fremantle was gay with bunting, yesterday, in celebration of the King's Jubilee. All ships using the harbour, as well as the Customs House, ...

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  5. "THE CORRIDOR OF TIME."

    CANBERRA, May 6.—His Excellency the Governor-General (Sir Isaac Isaacs), broadcast the following jubilee message over national stations tonight:—"In the ...

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  6. THE DOMINION VIEW.

    LONDON, May 6.—A series special Jubilee messages published in the "Observer" from representatives of the Dominions includes one from the ...

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  7. FREMANTLE SERVICE.

    In response to the appeal by the Mayor at Fremantle (Mr. F. S. Gibson) the Fremantle Town Hall was practically full yesterday morning, when a citizens, ...

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  8. GREATEST AUDIENCE IN HISTORY

    LONDON, May 6.—His Majesty, in his broadcast from Buckingham Palace, had the greatest audience ever known. The message was directly received in South ...

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  9. CHURCH TRIBUTES.

    Sunday was observed in several city and suburban churches as a day of thanksgiving for the reign of King George over the last 25 years, and anthems ...

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  10. GROG FOR ROYAL SERVANTS.

    LONDON, May 6—The King ordered champagne and port to be "supplied to his servants today, "with which to drink his and the Queen's health. ...

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  11. ANGLICAN CONGRATULATIONS.

    The diocesan secretary (Mr. James O. Fisher) states that the Primate (Dr. Le Fanu) has requested His Excellency the Lieutenant-Governor to transmit the ...

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  12. AUSTRALIANS AS SPECTATORS.

    LONDON, May: 6.—The Australian Prime Minister (Mr. J. A. Lyons), wearing a Privy Councillor's uniform, rode in a carriage with Mrs. Lyons, who was ...

    Article : 99 words
  13. KING'S REPLY TO MESSAGE

    CANBERRA, May 6—His Excellency the Governor-General (Sir Isaac Isaacs) has received the following reply to the message from the Government and the ...

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  14. IN THIS STATE.

    The firing of a salute at noon, on the Perth Esplanade, in honour of the King's accession to the throne, the sending of a loval message and the decorating of ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  15. FILMING THE PROCESSION.

    LONDON, April 20.—Elaborate plans are being made by newsreel companies for filming the events of the Jubilee, beginning on May 6: no less comprehensive ...

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  16. JUBILEE MEDALS.

    His Majesty the King has been graciously pleased to forward silver medals in commemoration of the Silver Jubilee of Their Majesties King George and Queen ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  17. STATE'S LOYAL GREETING.

    The following cablegram has been, received from the Secretary of State for Dominion affairs in reply to the cablegram sent by. His Excellency the ...

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  18. CANADIAN REPRIEVES.

    OTTAWA, May 3.—Six hundred prisoners have been freed in Canada through a jubilee amnesty awarding a month off each year of a sentence. ...

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  19. NO AMNESTY IN QUEENSLAND.

    BRISBANE, May 6.—There will not be any amnesty for prisoners in Queensland to mark the Royal Jubilee, the Home Secretary (Mr. Hanlon) stated today. He ...

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  20. INDIAN LOYALTY.

    CALCUTTA, May 6.—Remarkable demonstrations of loyalty were displayed at the jubilee celebrations throughout India today. Impressive religious ceremonies ...

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  21. WASHINGTON GARDEN PARTY.

    MEW YORK, May 3.—Following upon cabled instructions from Canberra to follow the practice of the British Embassy, the New York office of the ...

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  22. PRATERS AND TE DEUM.

    LONDON, May 6.—Combined German Protestant churches held a commemorative service, which was attended by the German Ambassador (von Hotsch). ...

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  23. SCOUTS' BEACONS.

    The lighting of beacons by boy scouts was a feature of the jubilee celebrations in this State yesterday. Arrangements were made for about 200 beacons, ...

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  24. THE NATIONAL FUND.

    CANBERRA, May 6.—The Acting Prime Minister (Dr. Earle Page) issued on Saturday the following message to the people Of Australia:— ...

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  25. DUBLIN'S LACK OF REJOICING.

    DUBLIN, May 5.—Dublin was devoid of rejoicing. There were no union jacks on the public buildings and no member of the Free State Cabinet will attend the ...

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  26. A LABOUR DEMONSTRATION.

    LONDON, May 6.—The difficulties of the police in controlling the vast crowd viewing the procession were added to by a march of 40,000 Labour demonstrators ...

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  27. YOUTH TAKES PART.

    Children from nearly all the non-departmental schools of the metropolitan area made an impressive sight yesterday morning when they formed up in front of ...

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  28. "A GREAT HERITAGE."

    LONDON, May 6.—"The Times" in a leading article says:—"The eyes and ears of world are on London. The power of wireless in the participation of those ...

    Article : 433 words
  29. WORLD BROADCASTING

    BERLIN, May 3.—Eight short-wave beam wireless transmitters are being built for international wireless transmission, particularly of the Olympic Games. Their ...

    Article : 55 words
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