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  2. EMPIRE AIR SCHEME.

    The elementary flying training school at Cunderdin, the ninth under the Empire air scheme and the first in Western Australia, will be formed tomorrow ...

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  3. INDUSTRIAL DISPUTES.

    SYDNEY, Dec. 9.—A dispute has developed between the Broken Hill Proprietary Company and the Northern Miners' Federation concerning the ...

    Article : 231 words
  4. VICEREGAL.

    His Excellency the Lieutenant-Governor will take the salute of the march past of the 2/28th Battalion and other units in front of Government House at ...

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  5. NEWS AND NOTES.

    Fine weather, with higher temperatures and south-east to south-west winds, is forecast for the metropolitan area today. The maximum shade ...

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  6. AUSTRALIAN EXPORTS

    CANBERRA, Dec. 9.—More ships to carry Australian produce overseas will be available early in the new year. At present, the Commonwealth Government ...

    Article : 202 words
  7. Advertising

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  8. PERSONAL.

    Senators J. Cunningham and J. M. Fraser returned to Perth from Canberra yesterday by the Westland express. Mr. C. H. Wittenoom has been ...

    Article : 337 words
  9. MAN-POWER.

    Australia, like Britain, is engaged in "a spurt for safety." Like Britain she does not lack men for the fighting services, though in our case there are ...

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  10. MINISTRY'S POLICY.

    CANBERRA, Dec. 9.—Assurances that the question of merchant shipbuilding was being kept "under constant review ' were given by the Prime Minister (M". ...

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  11. ANNUAL HOLIDAY LEAVE.

    CANBERRA, Dec. 9.—Investigations were made today by the Department of Labour and National Service into the dispute over annual leave which will ...

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  12. WIRELESS OPERATORS.

    "The wireless operator Is as essential to successful air operations as any other man in service aircraft, and I cannot understand why more of the young men ...

    Article : 313 words
  13. The West Australian.

    Once upon a time the Australian Labour movement used to profess a touching faith in the wisdom and propriety of majority rule. Inside the ...

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  14. SEEING THE EMPIRE.

    LONDON, Dec. 8.—"It should -be a solemn resolve by the Home and Dominion Governments that when peace comes they will no longer allow the Empire to be a ...

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  15. ARMY BUSINESS MANAGER.

    CANBERRA Dec. 9.—It is considered doubtful whether Mr. Allen C. Lewis, who is at present ill, will be able to continue in his position as business ...

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  16. ALLEGED FAKE.

    CANBERRA, Dec. 9.—Publication in the Hobart "Mercury" of a photograph taken in the House of Representatives and alleged to have been altered to make ...

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  17. METAL WORKS STOPPAGE.

    SYDNEY, Dec. 9.—A deadlock has been reached in the strikes of sheet metal workers at the factory of Australian Consolidated Industries, Waterloo, ...

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  18. MOVEMENT OF RECRUITS.

    Yesterday 79 air crew reservists were enlisted at the Perth recruiting centre and drafted to the initial training school at the R.A.A.F. station, Pearce. This ...

    Article : 85 words
  19. POSITION AT WHYALLA.

    ADELAIDE, Dec. 9.—The dispute at the Broken Hill Pty's works at Whyalla Is now in its fifth day, and both sides are marking time pending the result of ...

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  20. MORE HEAT.

    After a week of comparatively cool Weather, Perth experienced a return to heat wave conditions yesterday, when the maximum temperature was 93.4deg. ...

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  21. MAIL TIMETABLES.

    CLOSING TIMES.—Closing times hereunder ere for the Perth G.P.O. Registered articles must be posted one hour before closing time for letters, but between 9 am. and 6 p.m. ...

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  22. UNIVERSAL SERVICE.

    CANBERRA , Dec. 9.—The calling-up of additional classes of universal trainees to be considered this" week by the War Cabinet and an early announcement of ...

    Article : 84 words
  23. BUNNERONG POWER STATION.

    SYDNEY, Dec. 9.—The strike of 40 sectional workers at the Bunnerong power station ended this morning. The strikers gave an undertaking to the ...

    Article : 64 words
  24. ARMY CAMPS.

    CANBERRA, Dec. 9.—The Minister for the Interior (Senator H. S. Foll) announced today that since the outbreak of war £2,772,393 has been spent on the ...

    Article : 512 words
  25. AUSTRALIAN WINES.

    CANBERRA, Dec. 9.—The secretary of the Department of Commerce (Mr. J. F. Murphy) announced today that a report had been received from the Australian ...

    Article : 203 words
  26. MILITARY HOSPITAL.

    CANBERRA, Dec. 9.—The Minister for the Interior (Senator Foll) announced today the acceptance of a tender for the first section of wards for the new ...

    Article : 178 words
  27. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS.

    (Every request for Information must be accompanied by the name and address of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith.) ...

    Article : 278 words
  28. MR. NOEL COWARD.

    In the course of his Australian tour to raise funds for the Red Cross, Mr. Noel Coward, the English playwright, actor and composer, will arrive at Maylands ...

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  29. "USED IN SYMBOLIC SENSE."

    HOBART, Dec. 9.—Commenting on the references at Canberra to a photograph published in the "Mercury," the paper in an editorial today says:—"The ...

    Article : 383 words
  30. SWAN BY-ELECTION.

    In support of the two Country Party candidates in the Swan by-election for the House of Representatives—Messrs. P. D. Ferguson and T. W. Marwick—the ...

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  31. TRADE WITH CANADA.

    CANBERRA, Dec. 9.—The Canadian High Commissioner (Mr. C. J. Burchell) announced today that Canadian Budget provisions adopted last week should ...

    Article : 211 words
  32. VALUE OF THE HORSE.

    Despite the rapid mechanisation of the army, thousands of horses are in use by Light Horse Regiments and in many camps throughout Australia. In every ...

    Article : 260 words
  33. TODAY'S ENTERTAINMENTS.

    AMBASSADORS; The Man Who Talked Too Much and Romance of the Redwoods. COLES VARIETIES: 8 p.m. GRAND: Saturday's Children and The ...

    Article : 203 words
  34. ANTI-JEWISH SOCIETY.

    CANBERRA, Dec. 9.—Immediate action was urged today in the House of Representatives against persons responsible for the publication in Sydney of an ...

    Article : 103 words
  35. APPLE AND PEAR GROWERS.

    CANBERRA, Dec. 9.—Authority has been given by the Federal Government to the Apple and Pear Acquisition Board for the payment of an additional lad. ...

    Article : 78 words
  36. EXPLOSION IN PORT.

    JERUSALEM, Dec. 8.—A commission has been appointed to investigate the sinking of the former Dutch passenger liner Patria (16,595 tons). now ...

    Article : 88 words
  37. MILITIA'S CHRISTMAS LEAVE.

    CANBERRA, Dec. 9.—The militia forces will receive pay for their eight days' leave at Christmas, the Minister for the Army (Mr. Spender) said today, ...

    Article : 65 words
  38. THE LAW COURTS.

    NISI PRIUS.—At 10.30 a.m., before the Chief Justice; David Gordon Nicholson v. Ernest Elkarnah Church and 20 others. IN CHAMBERS.—At 10.30 a.m., before Mr. ...

    Article : 44 words
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