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  2. BRITISH DEFENCE.

    Mr. H. H. Asquith will open the debate in the House of Commons to-day on the report issued by the Economy Committee under the chairmanship of Sir Eric ...

    Article : 105 words
  3. AID FOR ULSTER.

    The Prime Minister of Northern Ireland (Sir James Craig) announces that the British Government has promised to send ...

    Article : 300 words
  4. THE RAND STRIKE.

    The Chamber of Mines has accepted the appeal for a settlement of the miners' strike made by the Prime Minister (General Smuts), and ...

    Article : 424 words
  5. NORTHERN FLOODS.

    Heavy coastal rains have been experienced in the Northern railway division. The secretary of the Railway Department (Mr. J. Alder) notified yesterday that he ...

    Article : 615 words
  6. IPSWICH AND DISTRICT.

    The Moreton country of which Ipswich is the commercial capital has long been noted for its great productiveness. From the earliest days it was one of the ...

    Article : 2,775 words
  7. POPE PIUS XI.

    The coronation of Pope Pins XI. at St. Peter's presented an impressive and splendid spectacle, and was witnessed by 80,000 persons who assembled in the ...

    Article : 204 words
  8. BELL-STREET.

    {No abstract available} [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 2 words
  9. NOTHING TO FEAR.

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Hughes) to-day vigorously defended his scheme for the proposed round-table conference against criticisms made by representatives ...

    Article : 787 words
  10. DANISH WORKERS.

    A lockout which will affect 200,000 men will commence on Tuesday, the prospective struggle being described as ...

    Article : 107 words
  11. EASTERN TRADE.

    The Shanghai representative of the Australian Press Association states that Mr. Little, the Commonwealth trade representative in the East, has withdrawn his ...

    Article : 245 words
  12. BELFAST DISORDER.

    A considerable amount of sniping occurred at Belfast last Sunday night. The police and military returned the fire, the military using machine guns against ...

    Article : 63 words
  13. THE CLOYNES AFFRAY.

    It now transpires that the special constables who were fired on by men of the Irish Republican Army at Cloynes railway station were hopelessly outnumbered. ...

    Article : 185 words
  14. GERMAN CRISIS.

    Owing to intrigues on the part of the National People's Party four no confidence motions were submitted in the Reichstag on Saturday. The Chancellor ...

    Article : 172 words
  15. RECENT DROWNING ACCIDENTS.

    The Winton police reported to the Commissioner that William Rhodes, 23 years of age, left Elderslie station on February 2 for Mount Campbell, and that it was ...

    Article : 118 words
  16. NAVAL DISCHARGES

    The president of the National Association of Machinists, says the Washington correspondent of the "New York Times," has sent a communication to President ...

    Article : 117 words
  17. REPORTS FROM OTHER CENTRES

    Unsettled weather conditions prevailed in Toowoomba to-day. LANDSBOROUGH, February 13. Light showers fell at intervals during ...

    Article : 262 words
  18. TREATY DENOUNCED.

    Mr. Eamon De Valera, addressing an open air demonstration in Sackvill-street, Dublin, inaugurating the campaign against the Irish Free ...

    Article : 109 words
  19. BURIED IN SNOW.

    Tremendous snowstorms are raging in Jugo-Slavia and the country near the Albanian frontier is covered to a depth of 8ft. A train carrying 160 passengers was ...

    Article : 75 words
  20. RAILWAY POLICY.

    Discussing the railway construction policy of the Government, the Minister yesterday gave some details of the progress of work. ...

    Article : 172 words
  21. THE SOLDIERS' MEMORIAL AT BOONAH.

    {No abstract available} [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 6 words
  22. NORTH DOWN BY-ELECTION.

    Field-Marshal Sir Henry Wilson will contest the constituency of North Down at the by-election in the Unionist interest. ...

    Article : 104 words
  23. NAVAL COLLISION.

    During exercise in which the Atlantic fleet participated, off Majorea, the destroyer Vancouver collided with submarine [?]25, and shore off the submarine's ...

    Article : 47 words
  24. NAVAL BURDEN.

    Referring to-day to the statement recently made by the Australian delegate to the Washington Conference (Senator Pearce), the Prime Minister (Mr. Hughes) ...

    Article : 309 words
  25. RAIN IN BRISBANE.

    Showery conditions prevailed in Brisbane yesterday, and the fall at times was heavy. The "Courier" gauge registered 67 points for the 24 hours ended ...

    Article : 33 words
  26. MOUNT MULLIGAN.

    The discovery of the body of George Turiff accounts for the final victim in the recent disaster at Mount Mulligan. Immediately the remains were found in ...

    Article : 128 words
  27. MODERN AEROPLANE.

    An aeroplane, fitted with range finders and wireless telegraphy, and capable of carrying a torpedo weighing three-quarters of a ton and two 4O0lb. bombs, is ...

    Article : 43 words
  28. METEOROLOGICAL NOTES.

    The following storm warning was issued by the Weather Bureau at 11 a.m. yesterday:—"Northern depression centred 9 a.m. to-day to north-eastwards ...

    Article : 610 words
  29. SEAMEN'S QUARREL.

    Members of the crew of the steamer Largs Bay, of the Commonwealth Government fleet, are indignant because the Seamen's Union has deemed them ...

    Article : 147 words
  30. FIRE AT TEWANTIN.

    A fire occurred at Towantin, between 1 and 2 o'clock yesterday morning, causing the destruction of a store and contents, the property of Edith Nowham. The ...

    Article : 83 words
  31. BRITISH TRADE.

    The imports during January amounted to £29,609,145, and re-exports to £1,496253. The principal decreases in imports were:—Grain and flour, £5,416,105: ...

    Article : 82 words
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