"There is no more persistent or more passionate hunger in the human heart than the craving for certainty," said the Rev. Dr. W. F. Bor[?]ham at Wesley Church last ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 1,614 words
"What ails our youth?" was the topic chosen by the Rev. W. Goyen (director of the board of education of the Presbyterian Church of Australia) as the ...Article : 477 words
From the air liner Ccanberra Dr. Hamilton, who accompanied the pilot (Captain Holden)when the Southern Corss was first discovered, took this photograph of the missing aeroplane on the mud flats of the Glenc[?]g River. The nature of the country is revealed, also the wheel-marks of the Southern Corss on the dried mud. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 61 words
At Newcastle Waters on Wednesday the Southern Cross met the Canberra again after searching the locality around the Kookaburra for signs of Hitchcock's body. Left to right—Flight-Lieutenant C. T. P. Ulm, Squadron[?] Leader Kingsford Smith, and Captain Holden, pilot of the Canberra. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 47 words
Captain Holden and Dr. Hamilton, in the air liner Canberra, [?]ew on Tuesday from Wave Hill to Newcastle Waters. The inhabitants of the Wave Hill district rode on horseback for miles around to render assistance to the various aeroplanes which had been searching for the Kookaburra. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 52 words
The picture of a white ship carrying 500 representatives of the primary and secondary industries of Australia to Great Britain to advertise the resources of the ...Article : 360 words
T. O'Halloran (Richmond), marking over A. Lauder (Collingwood), scored first goal for Richmond. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 17 words
Mrs. G. Connor, wife of the secretary of the Collingwood Club, unfurled the premiership flag before the match against Richmond. The president of the club (Mr. H. Curtis) on the right. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 34 words
In front of goal in the third quarter of the Collingwood-Richmond match, G. Claydon (Collingwood) marked and relieved. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 24 words
Special arrangements are being made by the organisers of the motor show which will be opened at the Exhibition Building at half-past 1 o'clock on Thursday ...Article : 275 words
On the final flick of the Jockey's whip Cosy Rug just defeated King Mart (on the outside) in the Glenhuntly Handicap at the V.A.T.C. April meeting on Saturday. Finsbury, in the centre, ran third, ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 39 words
Spectators at the Carlton-Essondon League match on Saturday. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 15 words
In the third quarter of the match with Collingwood Richmond attacked strongly. H. Weidner and J. McCormack, both of Richmond, moving forward with the ball. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 28 words
Sir,—Mr. Ross, in his further letter published yesterday, repeats the statement that the league would be stronger if it could e[?]list the aid of returned soldiers ...Article : 613 words
T. Clarke (Essendon), lying with his head in the centre of the picture, had his arm broken through an accidental kick in a scrimmage in the second quarter of the Carlton match on Saturday. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 38 words
Tired Essondon players taking advantage of the interval between the third and last quarters. Left to right — K. Parris, L. Webster, and A. Rennie. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 29 words
The Minister for Markets (Mr. Paterson) suggests that exporters of Australian goods should communicate with their representatives in Canada to obtain prominence for their products during Empire ...Article : 118 words
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