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  2. PRICE OF TEA.

    CANBERRA, Aug. 20.—An increase of twopence a lb. in the retail price of tea was approved today by the Acting Prices Commissioner ...

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  3. LOTTERY MONEY.

    The question of the morality of accepting money from the Lotteries Commission was the subject of an interesting half-hour debate at the ...

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  4. WHEAT SCHEME.

    Various aspects of the wheat stabilisation scheme, and a plan for organising wheat farmers in this State into one body, occupied ...

    Article : 871 words
  5. NEW NAVAL DEPOT.

    CANBERRA, Aug. 20.—A new naval depot is to be built in Western Australia to provide for expansion of naval activities there, with ...

    Article : 322 words
  6. PERSONAL.

    Sir Hugh Seely, a Liberal member of the House of Commons, who was appointed an additional Under-Secretary at the Air Ministry as a ...

    Article : 484 words
  7. EMPIRE AIR SCHEME

    CANBERRA, Aug. 20.—Plans for a possible expansion of the Empire Air Scheme are being discussed in London, according to the Air ...

    Article : 109 words
  8. The West Australian.

    Judgment of the issue whether Mr. Menzies should return to London as Prime Minister and a co-opted member of the British War Cabinet ...

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  9. NEWS AND NOTES

    Fine weather in the morning but cloudy in the afternoon, with temperatures below normal and southeast to south-west winds, is forecast ...

    Article : 662 words
  10. Advertising

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  11. SENATOR'S TAXES.

    Several questions on a reported visit by taxation officials to the home of Senator E. B. Johnston in Adelaide-terrace last February were ...

    Article : 481 words
  12. COMPANIES BILL.

    An assurance that members would be given every opportunity to study the revised Companies Bill thoroughly was sought by the Leader of ...

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  13. LORD STONEHAVEN DEAD.

    LONDON, Aug. 20.—Viscount Stonehaven, who was Governor-General of Australia from 1925 to 1930, has died, following a heart ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  14. SERVICE AWARDS.

    The following list of honours and awards to West Australian members of the A.I.F. has been received by Headquarters Western Command. ...

    Article : 196 words
  15. WOOL FOR BRITAIN.

    NEW YORK, Aug. 19.—At Casper (Wyoming), six eastern woolbuyers paid 2,000 dollars (£500 sterling) today for 4,000lb. of Wyoming wool ...

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  16. DEFERRED PAY.

    Deferred pay will be credited to members of the A.I.F. who are called upon to serve in an operational station in Australia. At the ...

    Article : 208 words
  17. AIRMAN-POLITICIAN.

    CANBERRA, Aug. 20.—Wing-Commander T. W. White, M.H.R. (U.A.P., Vic.) will go abroad shortly to assume command of an ...

    Article : 196 words
  18. PETROL RATIONING.

    Complaints about the petrol rationing scheme were voiced by Mr. Seward (C.P., Pingelly) during the Address-in-Reply debate in the ...

    Article : 414 words
  19. 14 MILITARY MEDALS.

    LONDON, Aug. 19.—Awards for gallantry and distinguished services in the Middle East include 14 Australians, all of whom will receive the ...

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  20. INTERNEES' MESSAGES.

    CANBERRA, Aug. 20.—Control of communications overseas by internees is tightened by an amending National Security Regulation ...

    Article : 63 words
  21. GENERAL MORATORIUM.

    CANBERRA, Aug. 20.—The time Was not ripe for a general moratorium to assist people sheering from financial hardship, said the ...

    Article : 100 words
  22. OFFICERS WANTED.

    Officers are wanted for the A.I.F. Headquarters Western Command stated yesterday that no other service offers such opportunities for ...

    Article : 356 words
  23. MAIL TIMETABLES.

    CLOSING TIMES.—Closing times hereunder are for the Perth G.P.O. Registered articles must be posted one hour before closing time for letters, but ...

    Article : 201 words
  24. TRANSPORT POSITION.

    Measures to obviate overcrowding of public transport resulting from petrol rationing were discussed at a conference between the Transport ...

    Article : 369 words
  25. MUNITIONS ORDERS.

    CANBERRA, Aug. 20.—The cost-plus system, now used ill paying for munitions orders, was defended today by the Minister for Munitions ...

    Article : 183 words
  26. TRIBUTE TO R.A.A.F.

    CANBERRA, Aug 20.—Australian air crew and ground staff personnel serving overseas had proved themselves second to none in their ...

    Article : 145 words
  27. IDLE FOUNDRIES.

    SYDNEY, Aug. 20.—The striking engine-drivers in three large Sydney foundries, at a meeting today, reaffirmed their decision not to ...

    Article : 175 words
  28. TAXATION ANOMALY.

    CANBERRA, Aug. 20.—Early consideration of legislative action to remove an anomaly which permits taxation to be levied on the ...

    Article : 205 words
  29. THE LAW COURTS.

    NISI PRIUS.—At 10.30 a.m., before the Chief Justice: James Francis Phelan and Mary Ellen Phelan v. Nancy Mary Booth. ...

    Article : 44 words
  30. UNEMPLOYED UNIONISTS.

    CANBERRA, Aug. 20.—Unemployment among trade unionists at the end of May last was only 3.6 per cent for the whole of Australia. This ...

    Article : 75 words
  31. THE DUKE OF WINDSOR.

    WASHINGTON, Aug. 19.—The Secretary of State (Mr. Cordell Hull) said today that he had been advised by the British Embassy that the ...

    Article : 67 words
  32. THE ONE HORSE RACE

    One minute . . . eight . . . nine . . . 17 seconds! And "Linemond" clocks in for furlongs on her morning work out. Les Hambly, apprentice, has a tough job there. Up at 5 a.m. and out on the cold, foggy track. It's no bed of roses. But Les loves every second of it. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  33. OIL SUPPLY.

    CANBERRA, Aug. 20.—The Oil Advisory Committee had not been appointed, the Minister for Supply (Senator McLeay) said today, ...

    Article : 127 words
  34. POLITICAL AGREEMENT.

    Half an hour's wrangling among [?] delegates to the Wheat and Wool Growers' Union annual conference followed an announcement ...

    Article : 239 words
  35. HURRICANE FIGHTER.

    CANBERRA, Aug. 20.—The Hurricane fighter which was presented to Australia by Sir Archbald Sinclair, the British Minister for Air, was ...

    Article : 74 words
  36. FORMER MEMBERS.

    CANBERRA, Aug. 20.—Motions of condolence in the recent deaths of three former members of the Commonwealth Parliament—Senators J. ...

    Article : 67 words
  37. COTTON STOCKINGS.

    PITTSFIELD (Mass.), Aug. 19.— Believing that example is better than precept in defence economy, Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, wife of the ...

    Article : 47 words
  38. EXCHANGE CONTROL

    CANBERRA, Aug. 20.—Attempts to evade Australian exchange control by exporting capital in the form of small but valuable goods will be ...

    Article : 191 words
  39. A.B.C. PROGRAMMES.

    The main features of today's programmes from the national stations 6WF and 6WN are given below:— Station 6WF: 6.45 and 8 a.m., 2.15. ...

    Article : 147 words
  40. RETURNED SOLDIERS.

    CANBERRA, Aug. 20.—A promise that he would review the cases of returned soldiers in the present war who had been refused pensions on ...

    Article : 117 words
  41. WOMEN IN AIR FORCE.

    Two training centres for the Women's Auxiliary Australian Air Force are to be established in Victoria. One will open next month at ...

    Article : 129 words
  42. POWER ALCOHOL.

    CANBERRA, Aug. 20.—A suggestion by Mr. Scully (Lab., N.S.W.) that instead of erecting one power alcohol distillery capable of ...

    Article : 113 words
  43. MOTOR VEHICLES.

    CANBERRA, Aug. 20.—A drop of almost 9 per cent from May to June in the number of registered motor vehicles in Australia is attributed to ...

    Article : 88 words
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