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  2. NEWS AND NOTES.

    The maximum shade temperature at the Perth Observatory yesterday was 80 deg. Cooler weather over west and south-west coastal areas is forecast for ...

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  3. PERSONAL.

    Mr. H. W. McGregor, of J. W. McGregor and Sons, woolbuyers, of Adelaide, will leave for Adelaide tomorrow by the Great Western express. ...

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  4. CHRISTMAS AIR MAIL.

    DARWIN. Dec. 13.—Blind flying by a Qantas pilot through a 1,000-mile dust storm, a night landing at Darwin, and fast sorting by Darwin postal officials ...

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  5. MIGRATION.

    LONDON, Dec. 12.—All the Dominions have now either formally or verbally, through their High Commissioners, replied to the report on migration which the ...

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  6. JOBS FOR BOYS.

    A great improvement in the employment outlook for boys and girls leaving school has been observed by the Superintendent of Technical Education (Mr. ...

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  7. BOOKS NEVER WRITTEN.

    An interesting article that appeared some time ago in the columns of a London contemporary bore the provocative title of "Books that were Never ...

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  8. NEW ZEALAND'S TRADE.

    WELLINGTON. Dec. 13.—New Zealand's trade returns for October show that exports for the month amounted to £2,846,000 and imports to £3,603,000, an ...

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  9. SIR A. HORE-RUTHVEN

    MELBOURNE, Dec. 13.—A peerage has been conferred by His Majesty the King upon the Governor-General Designate (Sir Alexander Hore-Ruthven), with the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  10. NEW ROTTNEST CABLE

    With a telephone cable line aboard which will be laid between Cottesloe and Rottnest, the British cable ship Faraday berthed at A Shed, Victoria Quay, ...

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  11. FEDERAL MEMBERS RETURN.

    Five Western Australian representatives in the Federal Parliament returned to Perth by the Great Western express yesterday, including the Leader of the ...

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  12. MAIL TIMETABLES.

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

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  13. MAIL PLANE PASSENGERS.

    The following booked to travel by the North-West mail plane due to arrive at Maylands today:—Victoria River Downs to Perth: Mr. E. Fuller. Wyndham to Perth: Mr. T. Hart. Brooms ...

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  14. AIR MAIL SERVICES.

    PERTH-ADELAIDE.—Outward malls for the Eastern States close at Fremantle at 11 p.m. on Monday, and at the G.P.O., Perth, at 8 a.m. on Tuesday, arriving at Adelaide on Wednesday ...

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  15. PITH OF PARLIAMENT.

    The Legislative Council was the only House of the State Parliament which met yesterday. The sitting was devoted to Committee ...

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  16. HOME WHEAT PLAN.

    CANBERRA, Dec. 13.—The President of the Senate (Senator Lynch) expressed deep disappointment today at what he called the unreasonable action of the ...

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  17. ANNIVERSARIES.

    Claudio Acquavivo, Italian priest, who established the Jesuit system of education and was the real founder of the prosperity and ...

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  18. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS

    "Seeker" (Victoria Park).—An advertisement as suggested would be of some value as notice of the revocation of any authority there may have been to pledge your credit. ...

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  19. PACIFIC SHIPPING.

    WELLINGTON, Dec. 13.—"The Government will co-operate with Australia on the question of deciding a policy," said the Premier (Mr. Savage) tonight, ...

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  20. PERTH.

    UNITED KINGDOM. EUROPE, EGYPT, ADEN. ASIA, MALTA and INDIA.—Esperance Bay, today; letters and commercial papers, 8 a.m. (to be superscribed "per Esperance ...

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  21. OF PIONEER STOCK.

    Mr. Edward Norman Hester, of West Perth, who will be 81 yean of age tomorrow. Mr. Hester is the oldest surviving descendant of Captain ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  22. STUD STOCK IMPORTS.

    WELLINGTON, Dec. 13.—The statement by Lord Bledisloe, formerly Governor-General of New Zealand, in an address to the Royal Agricultural Society ...

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  23. ABSENTEE TAX.

    LONDON, Dec. 12.—Speaking today at the annual meeting of the New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency, the chairman (Mr. H. G. Brown) urged the ...

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  24. TODAY'S ENTERTAINMENTS.

    AMBASSADORS: "Front Page Woman" and "Lightning Strikes Twice." 10.30 a.m., 2 p.m. and 7.30 p.m. CAPITOL: "Stranded" and "Orchids to You." ...

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  25. WATER SHORTAGE.

    KALGOORLIE. Dec. 13.—The Railway Department is confronted with a serious shortage of water on the Kalgoorlie-Laverton line and, unless good rains fall ...

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  26. FREE GIFT COUPONS.

    ADELAIDE, Dec. 13.—The Trading Stamps Act Amendment Bill, which seeks to curtail the activities of persons and firms who offer prizes and gifts with ...

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  27. Suburban Theatres or Gardens.

    BROADWAY (or Amusu) and SAVOY (Victoria Park): "Look Up and Laugh" and "The Girl from 10th Avenue." CLAREMONT and SWANBOURNE: "Anne of ...

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  28. NORTHERN SURVEY.

    CANBERRA, Dec. 13.—The development branch of the Prime Minister's Department is preparing details of next year's programme for the North ...

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  29. AIR FORCE CADETS.

    MELBOURNE, Dec. 13.—More than 1,000 applications from all parts of Australia were received for 43 immediate cadetships in the Royal Australian Air ...

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  30. HIGH FINANCE.

    NEW YORK. Dec. 12.—Succumbing to an Illness caused by "general exhaustion, brought on by mental and emotional strain." Mantis van Sweringin, who, with ...

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  31. COMMONWEALTH CONVERSION.

    LONDON, Dec. 12.—The City expects that the Australian conversion loan will be issued immediately after Christmas. Commonwealth stocks are firm and in ...

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  32. EMPIRE WINES.

    LONDON, Dec. 12.—An outstanding feature of the Empire wines entered for the Brewers' Exhibition last month is, the report of the judges declares, better ...

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  33. NEW AIR SERVICE.

    ADELAIDE, Dec. 13.—Australian Transcontinental Airways announce that an aerial service will be operated between Adelaide and Sydney during the ...

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  34. OUR STAPLE PRODUCTS.

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  35. TASMANIAN RHODES SCHOLAR.

    HOBART. Dec. 13.—Mr. R. W. G. Gandy, son of the late Lieut. G. T. Gandy. of Derby (Tasmania) was today selected as Tasmanian Rhodes Scholar for 1936. ...

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  36. SHERRY PARTIES.

    LONDON. Dec. 12.—In the course of an article commending sherry parties, the "Lancet" says:—"They happen at a time when people are mostly ready for ...

    Article : 69 words
  37. ON OTHER PAGES.

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  38. Advertising

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