Page 1 articles

  • COUNCIL MAY EXTEND HOSING BAN Heavy Drain on Water Reserve SCATTERED RAIN

    VIOLENT wind storms in the west of the State, with a few stations receiving good rain, a significant hint from the City Council of further restrictions on the use of garden hoses in the city and suburbs, and a more hopeful augury for ... [Article] (936 words)
  • IN OTHER PAGES

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (47 words)
  • Republicans Hit Back

    LONDON, January 17.—The Spanish Republicans are reported to be hitting back on still another front, advises Reuter's Barcelona correspondent. ... [Article] (63 words)
  • ONION AND POTATO PRICES

    Brisbane is paying four times as much for onions and more than twice as much for potatoes as in a normal season. ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (281 words)
  • Motorists Rally On Bridge Toll

    To protest against the continuance of the Logan bridge toll in the form of a Pacific Highway toll, a monster meeting of motorists ...
    [Continued on Page 2]
    [Article] (735 words)
  • PLANE CRASHES ON HOUSE

    LONDON, January 17.—A Royal Air Force bomber crashed on the top of a house In Crowborough, Sussex, in n thick fog. The pilot and a maid working ... [Article] (80 words)
  • The Night Before the Big Swim

    Above : Kyoshi Nakama, Hawaiian champion (centre), relaxed at a city theatre last night before competing in the 400 metres State swimming championship to-night. With him were Mr. R. McKauge, secretary Q.A.S.A., (left), and Mr. H. Grieves, manager, Embassy ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (140 words)
  • UNIONS REJECT PIG IRON SETTLEMENT

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—Contrary to expectations, no settlement was reached to-day in the pig iron dispute at Port Kembla. By 100 votes to 30 the waterside workers rejected the proposals formulated by the conference between the Federal Attorney-General (Mr. Menzies) and ... [Article] (315 words)
  • DAVIS CUP TEAM Selectors Approach Eight Players

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.—The first move towards selection of the Davis Cup team was made by the Australian selectors to-day, when ... [Article] (265 words)
  • Thargomindah Has Its 33rd Century

    WITH a maximum reading of 101deg, Thargomindah, in south-western Queensland, yesterday experienced its 33rd ... [Article] (123 words)
  • INTER-STATE TEMPERATURES

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (31 words)
  • WAR TALK IN ROME French Press "Insult"

    ROME, January 17.—The Fascist Press this morning warns France to cease offending the valour of Italian soldiers ... [Article] (122 words)
  • INTERVENTION IN SPAIN German Warning

    LONDON, January 17.—Competent circles in Berlin declare, advises Keuter's Berlin correspondent, that Germany would ... [Article] (92 words)
  • MILITARY PACT Germany, Italy, And Japan

    LONDON, January 17.—The Italian Foreign Minister (Count Ciano), writes the political correspondent of the News-Chronicle, has informed the ... [Article] (130 words)
  • Strain On Nerves In Europe

    LONDON, January 17.—There has been a phenomenal increase in the last two years in the sale throughout ... [Article] (80 words)
  • JAPAN WILL MAKE CONDITIONS

    LONDON, January 17.—It is stated authoritatively that Japan shortly will reply to the British and American Notes ... [Article] (205 words)
  • BOMB OUTRAGES IN BRITAIN Attempts to Cripple Electric Systems

    LONDON, January 17.—Mysterious explosions occurred at eight centres throughout Britain yesterday, mostly between 5 a.m. and 6 a.m. The Daily Mail says the object, apparently, was to ... [Article] (632 words)
  • DAILY FEATURES

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (64 words)
  • Advertising

    ... [Advertising] (138 words)
  • RECORD BANK ADVANCES

    The trading banks In Australia are lending in larger volume than ever before. Aggregate advances for the ... [Article] (70 words)

Zoom

plus
thumb
minus
left
thumb
right
up
thumb
down