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  • SHIPPING IN THE BIG BLOW Maheno Mystery OTHERS HAVE EXCITING EXPERIENCES Cyclone's Direction BRISBANE, July 9.

    The storm conditions prevented, several ships from leaving Brisbane to-day. The Magdeburg and the Ngatoro are anchored off Cowan Cowan, Moreton Bay, and the Ready is sheltering at Inskip Point. Several vessels are being delayed along the ... [Article] (341 words)
  • WILL BE MIRACLE. BRISBANE, July 9.

    The whereabouts of the Maheno, which is drifting helplessly in the angry seas off the Queensland coast, is a mystery. "It will be a ... [Article] (794 words)
  • MESSAGE FROM OONAH. BRISBANE, Later.

    Following the receipt of an official message from the Oonah to-day, it is expected that the Maheno would be opposite Sandy ... [Article] (235 words)
  • MAHENO ADRIFT. OONAH ALSO IN DIFFICULTIES. SYDNEY, July 9.

    Early this morning the Oonah wirelessed that she too was in difficulties as something had gone wrong with the steering gear. Shore stations ... [Article] (512 words)
  • TRADE MATTERS. AUSTRALIA-AMERICA. MR. LYONS'S MISSION (Australian Cable Service.) WASHINGTON, July 8.

    At a small State dinner tonight the Australian Prime Minister (Mr. J. A. Lyons) and President Roosevelt had the chance to ... [Article] (226 words)
  • DASH THROUGH GALE. MONOPLANE FROM TOWNSVILLE. BRISBANE, July 9.

    A dash through the heart of the gale to-day was made by the New England Airways pilot, Mr. T. Young, who flew the company's ... [Article] (150 words)
  • ABYSSINIA. ITALIAN AIMS. TROOP MOVEMENTS. DATE OF ATTACK. (Australian Cable Service.) LONDON, July 9.

    The correspondent of the "News-Chronicle" in Rome says: "In the last 10 days 20,000 Italian troops have embarked for East Africa ... [Article] (166 words)
  • CONCILIATION FAILS SCHEVENINGEN, July 8.

    The Italo-Abyssinian Conciliation Commission has reached no conclusion, and may adjourn. ... [Article] (16 words)
  • GERMAN VIEWS. BERLIN, July 8.

    The Press expects the collapse of the Scheveningen attempts. The "Allgemeine Zeitung" points out that Great Britain, having to ... [Article] (74 words)
  • FRENCH NEGATION. LONDON, July 8.

    France has practically told Great Britain that she will not co-operate in action against Italy direct or through the League; consequently, the proposal ... [Article] (76 words)
  • 1923 STIPULATIONS. LONDON, July 8.

    In the House of Commons to-day the Foreign Secretary (Sir Samuel Hoare) was questioned regarding the stipulations made by ... [Article] (324 words)
  • VICTORIAN TOBACCO. CROPS FOR LAST SEASON. MELBOURNE, July 9.

    The Victorian tobacco crop for last season, which will be sold early next month, will turn out much better than expected, and it is now estimated that ... [Article] (49 words)
  • TO RETIRE. FIRST ADMIRALTY LORD. (Australian Cable Service.) LONDON, July 9.

    The First Lord of the Admiralty (Sir Bolton Eyres-Monsell), announces that he has decided to retire from active politics at the next general ... [Article] (49 words)
  • ANZAC DAY. NO CHANGE DESIRED. A SENSIBLE DECISION. BRISBANE, July 9.

    The ballot conducted by the Returned Soldiers' League resulted in a majority of 4797 against any change in the ... [Article] (121 words)
  • TOWNSVILLE SHOW. A HAPPY AUGURY. RECORD ANTICIPATED. TOWNSVILLE, July 9.

    With everything in order for a record 1935 Townsville Exhibition, thanks to the untiring efforts of the secretary (Mr. T. Heatley), the weather ... [Article] (172 words)
  • 'PLANE FIRE. INQUIRY IN BRISBANE. PILOT'S THEORY. BRISBANE, July 9.

    At an inquiry into the destruction by fire of a Hawk Moth 'plane belonging to Aircrafts Pty. Ltd., on May 12, at Archerfield aerodrome, R. ... [Article] (147 words)
  • PUBLIC WORKS. FEDERAL COMMITTEE. SUGGESTED REVIVAL. CANBERRA, July 9.

    Renewed representations are to be made to the Government when Parliament re-assembles for the revival of the Public Works Committee. The ... [Article] (167 words)
  • EX-SERVICEMEN. PENSIONED AS NEURASTHENICS. SPECIALISTS TO CONFER. (Australian Cable Service.) LONDON, July 8.

    More than 6000 British Ex-service men are at present in mental hospitals and 30,000 others are pensioned as neurasthenics, according to the ... [Article] (110 words)
  • MORE MONEY. British Workmen. Healthy Figures. (Australian Cable Service.) LONDON, July 8.

    Further considerable improvements in the unemployment situation in Britain are shown in the figures for June, published by the Ministry ... [Article] (173 words)
  • MINISTER'S TOUR. THROUGH THE PASTORAL AREAS. NORTHERN TERRITORY AND QUEENSLAND. MELBOURNE, July 9.

    The Minister for the Interior (Mr. Thomas Paterson) left Melbourne to-day, on the first stage of a tour of several thousand ... [Article] (131 words)
  • RELIEF RATIONS. To Mareeba Growers. Notice Required. MAREEBA, July 9.

    Great indignation was felt in tobacco farming circles to-day, when over 60 tobacco farmers previously drawing relief rations were refused ... [Article] (306 words)
  • MEAT DISCUSSIONS. SUBSTITUTED PLAN. LONDON NEGOTIATIONS. (Australian Cable Service.) LONDON, July 8.

    The fact that Sir H. S. Gullett conferred with the Minuter for Agriculture (Mr. W. Elliot) to-day regarding the chilled beef allotment from ... [Article] (178 words)
  • GERMANY'S NAVY. DETAILS PUBLISHED. (Australian Cable Service.) BERLIN, July 8.

    Germany's naval programme for 1935, in accordance with the London agreement, has been officially announced. The following ... [Article] (166 words)
  • FEVERISH CONSTRUCTION. LONDON, July 9.

    The "Telegraph's" naval correspondent says: "The real surprises of the German naval programme are the many big ... [Article] (239 words)
  • CATTLE SMUGGLERS. GUNS BARK IN ULSTER. PATROL MAN WOUNDED. (Australian Cable Service.) LONDON, July 8.

    Guns are barking on the Ulster and Irish Free State border, where lawless bands of cattle smugglers and British Customs ... [Article] (200 words)
  • DEFENCE OF THE EMPIRE Naval and Aerial AUSTRALIA'S VITAL CONCERN Position in the Pacific (Australian Cable Service.) LONDON, July 9.

    Mr. Hector Bywater, in the "Daily Telegraph," says: "Owing to big foreign building programmes and the lapsing of the Washington Treaty in 1936, Great Britain is actively studying naval expansion, which is ex pected to include 10 cruisers, ... [Article] (171 words)
  • CURRENCY. BAKES' DECISION. ALLEGED "DEFENCE." (Australian Cable Service.) BASLE, July 8.

    The Central Banks in future shall fight currency speculators was the decision of a meeting of the Bank of International ... [Article] (65 words)
  • DECISION AMAZING. LONDON, July 8.

    Describing the Basle decision as amazing and extraordinary, the "Daily Herald" says: It virtually aims at achieving currency stabilisation ... [Article] (123 words)
  • INFURIATED MOSLEMS. SIKHS AND MOSQUE. CONFLICT IN LAHORE. (Australian Cable Service.) LAHORE, July 9.

    Aeroplanes are circling the city and British troops and armoured cars are patrolling it owing to tension due to the ... [Article] (200 words)
  • BARTER AGREEMENT. GERMANY AND MEXICO. (Australian Cable Service.) LONDON, July 9.

    The "Telegraph's" Berlin correspondent says that Germany had concluded a £125,000 barter agreement with Mexico, under which ... [Article] (54 words)

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