William Quinlan (25), last night gave himself up to the police and, it is alleged, stated that he had shot his father, Patrick Quinlan, at their ...Article : 207 words
The Industrial Court was asked yesterday, by the Australian Workers' Union, to decide whether John Henry Warnock and other members of the ...Article : 2,080 words
In opening the debate in the House of Commons this evening on the Anglo-Russian temporary trade agreement, the President of the Board ...Article : 709 words
Two members of the Dail Eireann were suspended during a lively debate on the motion for the second reading of the Bill which proposes to ...Article : 464 words
"I estimate that this year there will be a reduction of 25 per cent, in the area of wheat sown in New South Wales, as a result of the improvement ...Article : 397 words
Wall Street's leading issues lost an average of three per cent, in February. A total of 810 leading corporations in ...Article : 827 words
People who sat in the security of the law courts to-day, with the London buses rumbling outside, had their thoughts carried back to the St. ...Article : 704 words
The Canadian labour leaders are pressing the Prime Minister (Mr. R. B. Bennett) for industrial codes for Canada based on the pattern ...Article : 193 words
The following suggestions were made on behalf of the Primary Producers' Association to the Western section of the Federal Wheat Commission here ...Article : 267 words
The unemployed marchers to-day caused a sudden disturbance in the House of Commons. In the middle of the debate on the Anglo-Russian trade ...Article : 361 words
"GRAPES? WONDERFUL!"—The Home Secretary (Mr. E. M. Hanlon), on the left, admires the large and tasty grapes grown at the Westbrook Farm Home for Boys. The bunches are being shown with pride by the superintendent (Mr. T. Jones). ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 39 words
Lawrence Peter Brandt (21), shop assistant, was sentenced to imprisonment for three years, and Jacob Blumanfeldt (32), miner, to two years, at ...Article : 78 words
Following the recent preliminary conversations in Warsaw the United Kingdom Trade Mission, led by Sir Eugene Ramsden, will leave London ...Article : 47 words
During February, 1934, £60,337 was spent in Brisbane on erecting new buildings and carrying out alterations and additions to existing ...Article : 67 words
Peter Hall (39), Single, the son of Mrs. E. T. Curry, of Brisbane, and the late Mr. W. Hall, was drowned near Waterloo, Stonehenge, on ...Article : 125 words
If the number of letters which passes through the post office is any indication of a return to prosperity— and Mr. A. B. Corbett, ...Article : 128 words
When an empty petrol drum, which he had been oxy-welding, blew up in the yard of the Australian Chemical Company, West End, yesterday, ...Article : 198 words
The first allotment under the new Australian quota has been granted to an importer to admit 30,000 gallons of wine. ...Article : 33 words
The death is announced of the Rev. Clarke Huston Irwin, D.D., the well-known secretary of the Religious Tract Society. He was 75 years of age. ...Article : 269 words
Surgeons attending the seventh annual conference of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons had a busy time to-day at the Adelaide Hospital ...Article : 199 words
With 299 tourists, of more than a dozen nationalities, on board, the Cunard liner Franconia reached Sydney this morning. This is her only ...Article : 116 words
A block of five shops was practically destroyed by fire at Dandenong early this morning. The damage was estimated at £7000. The buildings ...Article : 136 words
The Berlin correspondent of the "Daily Mail" says the formation is announced of a so-called "German Front" in the Saar Territory for the purpose ...Article : 96 words
The War Office announces that Lieutenant-General Weir has been appointed general officer commanding the British troops in Egypt in ...Article : 47 words
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