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  2. BIG BELL DISPUTE.

    CUE, April 10.—An understanding having been reached between the employees and the general manager of Big Bell Mines, Ltd., the men have decided ...

    Article : 545 words
  3. DRIVER SENT FOR TRIAL.

    Clifford Charles Roberts (26), dealer, of North Perth, was committed for trial on a charge of manslaughter at the conclusion of an inquest held in the Perth ...

    Article : 564 words
  4. CRASH INTO SEA.

    CHRISTCHURCH, April 11.—A pilot amazingly escaped serious injuiry when a Moth aeroplane flown by Ivan Quinney (36). a waterside worker, crashed into the ...

    Article : 209 words
  5. STATE FINANCES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 658 words
  6. SEAFORTH HOME.

    The Seaforth Boys' Home at Gasnells is about 15 miles from Perth, and consists of a collection of buildings situated about half a mile back from the ...

    Article : 968 words
  7. YOUNG MAN KILLED.

    WAROONA, April 11.—Alexander James McRae (about 24) was killed instantly early this morning when a bicycle which he was riding was struck by ...

    Article : 327 words
  8. Advertising

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    Advertising : 41 words
  9. FLIGHT TO THE CAPE.

    DARWIN. April 11.—Showing no trace of fatigue, despite a non-stop flight of 6¾ hours from Camooweal to Darwin, Mrs. H. B. Bonney, who is flying from ...

    Article : 570 words
  10. AVIATION CONTROL.

    SYDNEY. April 11—The Acting-Minister for Defence (Mr. Thorby) said tonight that the conference of Commonwealth and State Ministers on aviation ...

    Article : 282 words
  11. COMMENT FROM KALGOORLIE.

    KALGOORLIE, April 11.—At a meeting this morning of the local section of the mining division of the Australian Workers' Union it was decided to give ...

    Article : 344 words
  12. TRAFFIC FEES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 518 words
  13. WONTHAGGI MINE.

    MELBOURNE, April 11.—The Acting Premier (Mr. Old), the Minister for Transport (Mr. Bussau), the Minister for Mines (Mr. Hogan) and the Chief ...

    Article : 275 words
  14. ST. ANNE'S NURSING HOME.

    On Saturday afternoon a large crowd assembled at Killowen, in Mt. Lawley, once the home of the late Mr. R. T. Robinson, and now transformed into one ...

    Article : 582 words
  15. MOTOR CYCLIST INJURED.

    Suffering from a compound fracture of the left leg, Frank Millar (21), of Edwardstreet, East Perth, was taken to the Perth Hospital on Saturday night by the St. ...

    Article : 92 words
  16. CORONATION BALL.

    Only three days remain for debutantes who wish to be presented at the Coronation Ball on the night of the coronation to send in their applications, and ...

    Article : 275 words
  17. FALL FROM BED.

    Suffering from a depressed fracture of the skull, John Crawley, of George-street Perth, was taken by the St. John ambulance to the Perth Hospital on ...

    Article : 94 words
  18. FOUNDRIES DISPUTE.

    SYDNEY, April 11.—Abandoning the ultimatum that they would not return to work until they had received 12/ a week increase in the basic wage, employees in ...

    Article : 192 words
  19. A MONSTER SHARK.

    SYDNEY. April 11.—What is claimed to be the biggest shark ever caught with rod and reel was captured off Sydney heads this afternoon by Dr. Erik Fischer. ...

    Article : 120 words
  20. CRASH INTO POLE.

    SYDNEY, April 11.—Arthur Duncan (23), of Bay-street, Botany, was killed when a motor car in which he was riding crashed into an electric light pole near ...

    Article : 48 words
  21. CRUISING LINER AGROUND.

    LONDON, April 10.—Just before midnight the Belgian liner Anversville (8,433 tons), carrying 170 passengers for a pleasure cruise, went ashore on ...

    Article : 120 words
  22. CAR AND TRAM COLLIDE.

    When a motor car and a tramcar collided head-on at the intersection of Willisstreet and Albany-road, Victoria Park, on Saturday night, Stanley Elliott (40), of ...

    Article : 106 words
  23. THE EYE DECEIVED.

    LONDON. April 9.—Interesting sidelights on film-making, showing that things are not always what they screen, were given during the second reading ...

    Article : 108 words
  24. ENDORSEMENT REFUSED.

    BRISBANE, April 11—Three-cornered contests in seven suburban electorates will be a feature of the City Council elections to be held on April 24. Four ...

    Article : 217 words
  25. FOUR MURDERED.

    PARIS, April 10.—After having arrived in the city on two days' leave from his regiment, Andre Theurier, a young conscript, shot dead his sister's lover for ...

    Article : 64 words
  26. WOMEN WORKERS.

    ADELAIDE, April 11.—An increase of 1/9 a week in the present living wage for adult female workers is recommended by the Board of Industry in a report to the ...

    Article : 76 words
  27. TROUT HATCHERIES.

    HARVEY, April 11.—The inability of the Government to assist the activities of the W.A. Fish and Game Society at present was stated by the ...

    Article : 139 words
  28. CRASH ON MOUNTAIN.

    LOS ANGELES, April 10.—The president of a small aircraft company and one of the men financing it were killed when a small private cabin monoplane crashed ...

    Article : 56 words
  29. "RESPECTABLE" ENDING.

    LONDON, April 10.—The "NewsChronicle's" correspondent at Bayonne (France) states that Lord and Lady Redesdale have withdrawn their ...

    Article : 133 words
  30. FOOT CAUGHT IN RAILS.

    SYDNEY, April 11—With his foot caught in the "frog" of a cross-over on the Darling Harbour railway line on Saturday night, Walter W. Wilkinson. ...

    Article : 107 words
  31. USE OF FLYING BOATS.

    LONDON, April 10.—In connection with a cablegram from Canberra referring to the difficulties of establishing flying boat bases in northern Australia ...

    Article : 105 words
  32. PACIFIC AIR SURVEY.

    NEW YORK, April 10.—A message from Captain Edwin Musick, pilot of the Pan-American Airways flying boat which slighted at Kingman Reef last night on ...

    Article : 93 words
  33. TITLED STREET-SWEEPER.

    LONDON, April 10.—The "Daily Mirror" gives prominence to the story of Sir John Stuart Knill, who four years ago owned an estate in Hertfordshire and had ...

    Article : 150 words
  34. QUARRY WORKER'S INJURY.

    KALGOORLIE, April 11.—Struck by a falling stone on Wednesday afternoon while working at a quarry near the Great Western railway line, 400 miles ...

    Article : 148 words
  35. DALKEITH SHOOTING.

    Evelyn Florence Burrows (42) will stand her trial before Mr. Justice Dwyer and a jury in the Criminal Court today on a charge of having wilfully murdered her ...

    Article : 130 words
  36. SCARBOROUGH BUSES.

    Sir,—According to "Kalgoorlie-street Resident's" letter in Thursday's issue of "The West Australian" regarding a supposed reduction of our timetable, a wrong ...

    Article : 129 words
  37. AEROPLANE FLIGHTS.

    Sir,—Am I mistaken, or is Mr. James now just casting about for something really discreditable to publish through your correspondence columns concerning ...

    Article : 118 words
  38. WOMAN BURNT.

    Suffering from burns on the face, head and chest. Mrs. Violet Miller (42), of 21 Glyde-street, East Fremantle, was taken by the St. John ambulance to the Perth ...

    Article : 115 words
  39. AMERICAN UNEMPLOYED.

    WASHINGTON, April 9.—A survey published today shows that 9,773,000 persons were unemployed or on relief jobs on January 1, compared with 12,833,000 ...

    Article : 50 words
  40. BIG-SCALE REMOVALS.

    LONDON, April 9.—Since the war some 12,000,000 persons, equal to 30 per cent of the population, have moved into new houses. Sir Kingsley Wood (the Minister ...

    Article : 63 words
  41. CYCLIST KILLED BY CAR.

    SYDNEY, April 11.—Lawrence McElvenie (31), while riding his bicycle, was struck down by a motor car near his home in Concord-road, Concord West, on ...

    Article : 38 words
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