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  2. CABLEGRAMS and TELEGRAMS

    The policy of the Returned Soldiers and Sailors Waterside Workers' Union in Sydney was outlined at the first annual meeting today. ...

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  3. POLITICAL

    The federal Commission appointed to deal with the disabilities of this State under Federation, took evidence yesterday from Mr. Prowse. ...

    Article : 100 words
  4. POLITICAL SITUTATION IN PRUSSIA.

    Dr, Wilhelm Marx (the ex-German Chancellor) has been elected by a small majority to suceeed Herr Otto Braun as Premier of Prussia. ...

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  5. INQUEST ON HAZEL TROW. BRIDGE

    The Coroner, today concluded the inquest into the death of Miss Hazel Trewbridge in the motor smash at Swanbourne. A verdict ...

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  6. STATE TELEGRAMS

    Three separate fires have swept the district, and great losses are reported, the damage being estimated at £100,000. The body of a ...

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  7. LION TIMBER MILL CLOSED DOWN

    After having been in operation for 40 years the timber mill at Lion Mill is being closed down. ...

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  8. THE MOERAK[?]S crew.

    Some excitement was caused at the offices of the Union Steamship Company today when 34 members of tine crew of the steamer Moeraki, ...

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  9. ACTION FOR DAMAGES AGAINST W.A. AIRWAYS

    Clarence Meares of Croydon Staton is claiming damages from W.A. Airways for leaving him behind at Port Hedland during the recent ...

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  10. GENERAL

    In the House of Commons today Sir W. Mitchell-Thomson, (the Postmaster General) said that the sites for the Canadian and South African ...

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  11. THE FEDERAL ROAD GRANT.

    The federal Minister for Works Indicate that the Federal road grant will be increased from £500, 000 to £1,000,000 annually. He ...

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  12. FOREIGN CABLES

    A message from Harrisburg (Pennsylvania) reports that Philadelphia is the principal centre in the United States for the ...

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  13. DAR WIN MEAT WORKS

    "The Federal Government considers ttiere is a possibility of the re-opening shortly of the Darwin Meat Works. ...

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  14. PROPOSED WORLD TOUR OF THE POPE

    The "Morning Post" 'publishes the following paragraph:—"It is understood in Roman Catholic circles in England that there is a ...

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  15. CARGO WESTWARD FROM W.A.

    The Cunard liner Albani, which arrived at Fremantle on Thursday, had to have her large deck saloon converted into a temporary hold ...

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  16. A "BLACK" BOAT

    The steamer Queen Moor is expected to arrive at Fremanile today. The boat has been declared "black." ...

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  17. BUILDING OF NEW CRULSERS

    A deputation, from the Amalgamated Engineers Union waited yesterday on the Federal Ministers, asking that at least one of the cruisers for ...

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  18. THE MINING INDUSTRY

    Speaking on the mining industry Mr. [?]oman M.L.A. said that the, one solution of successful mining was to work the auriferous area ...

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  19. LUMPERS UNIONS FINED

    The Fremantle Lumpers Union has been fined £1000 by the Water side Workers' Federation for disobedience of orders of the executive ...

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  20. PIRACY IN CHINA SEAS.

    A message from Singapore says that in consequence of the increase of piracy in the China seas many first-class Steamers plying in the ...

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  21. WESTERN AUSTRALIA

    When in Melbourne Mr. Angwin was interviewed by an American financier, who offered to take up the whole of the State's deficit on ...

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  22. INTER-STATE TELEGRAMS

    A sensational accident in which R. Hipwell was seriously injured and R. Hepburn, an American rider, received painful lacerations, occurred ...

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  23. A LOVE TRAGEDY

    A tragedy involving the death of two persons is reported from Bethuna. A young Pole fell in love with the daughter of a family with ...

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  24. GASCOYNE RESIDENT BUYS VALUABLE PERTH PROPERTY.

    Property, comprising the Palladium Picture Palace and all the shops, including Freedman's, situated at the corner of Hay and William ...

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  25. AMERICAN FLEET TO VISIT AUSTRALIA

    President Coolidge has given his final approval to the Australian cruise of the American fleet. The [?]eet will leave Honolulu on July 1. ...

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  26. MR. E, H. ANGELO, M.L.A., AND THE NORTH-WEST.

    Mr. E. H. Angelo, M.L.A. for Gascoyne, is in favor of converting the North-West into a Crown colony with separate administration. He ...

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  27. A TERRIBLE DEATH

    A message from Cove City, Kentucky says that after having been imprisoijed in a cave for 17 days the body of Floyd Collins, a local ...

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  28. COALMINE DISASTER.

    A disaster which occurred in Minsterstein colliery near Dortmund was marked by appalling suddenness. Apparently an explosion due ...

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  29. SMALLPOX ON ITALIAN STEAMER.

    A case of smallpox was reported from the Italian steamier Begina d'ltalia. The affected man has been sent to the quarantine station, and ...

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  30. ROYAL COMMISSION ON W.A's GRIEVANCES

    "If there is no general movement in favor of secession it is wrong to convey the impression that there is such a movement as it might ...

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  31. H.M.S.SYDNEY

    H.M.S. Sydney arrived here today, and offical calls were exchanged during the day. ...

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  32. ALLEGED MURDER

    Events in connection with, the tragedy of Wednesday last by which Isaiah Riley lost his life by shootings took a sensational turn on ...

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  33. FRANCE

    The Paris correspondent of the London "Daily Express" states that a startling collapse of the franc is the one topic of conversation. ...

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  34. POLITICAL ARGUMENTS IN TURKEY.

    The corridor of the Chamber at the National Assembly at Angora was the scene of a serious incident yesterday. Following a heated ...

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  35. THE FAR NORTH.

    At yesterday's sitting of the Royal Commission which is investigating Western Australia's disabilities under Federation, evidence was given ...

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  36. GERMANY

    The trials have been begun of sixteen Communists. who are charged with a variety of offences arising from the building up g[?]an ...

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  37. DE GARIS DEMANDED ON BAIL

    De Garis was remanded on bail until the 6th March. ...

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  38. A BUSY SHIPPING DAY

    During one day last week nineteen vessels were being worked in W.A. ports for wheat, timber, and other commodities. The Railway ...

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  39. GERMANY AND THE ALLIES

    The "Moning Post," discussing persistent rumors which are afloat in London, Paris and Berlin to the effect that Germany is willing to ...

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  40. RUSSO-JAP-CHINESE TREATY DENIED

    The Chinese Foreign Office emphatically denies the Gorman report of a Russo-Jap-Chinese treaty. ...

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  41. DOCTORS FEES AND LODGE PATIENTS

    A deputation, waited today, upon Mr. Hickey to ask for some arrangement to be made by the Government to compel subsidised doctors ...

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  42. LONG DISTANCE WIRELESS

    The Marcorni Company's report says that since the last general meeting progress ia developing the directional short wave long distance ...

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  43. THE AUSTRALIAN NAVY

    At a State luncheon tendered today at Parliament House to Rear Admiral Hall Thompson, C.M.G., and members of his staff, he said: "There ...

    Article : 82 words
  44. AND CHAMBERLAIN AND M. HERIN CONSULTATION

    According to "Le Matin" Mr. Chamberlain and M. Herriot are seeking to adjust the present difficulty by means of a pact ...

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  45. NEW SOUTH WALES

    The Government has decided to set aside over £1,000,000 for the construction of about 2000 homes. ...

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  46. THE KING INDISPOSED

    The King is suffering from bronchitis, due to Influenza, but despite restless nights his general condition is satisfactory. ...

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  47. Advertising

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  48. COMMUNIST CANDIDATE SPEAKS

    The Sydney Communist candidate for Macquarrie in the selection ballot in the State elections, J. S. Garden, in a speech tonight stated ...

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