Hearing was commenced before His Honour Judge Lukin, in the Supreme Court at Canberra yesterday, of evidence in a claim for £5000 damages ...Article : 2,242 words
An inspired communique states that no new treaties or agreements are likely to be negotiated during Herr Hitler's visit to Rome. Germany has no intention of completing a military pact with Italy as a reply to the arrangements between Britain and France. ...Article : 96 words
Australia was all out for 541 when the Worcestershire fixture was resumed to-day. McCormick's debut in England was unauspicious, for he was frequently no-balled and eventually had to be taken off in favour ...Article : 699 words
Possession of Tangcheng is still being contested, but according to the Hsuchow correspondent of "The Times,"the ...Article : 361 words
In a May Day speech, the shortest of his career, Herr Hitler made only veiled reference to a foreign country Obviously alluding to ...Article : 183 words
The city is in a blaze of glory awaiting the arrival of Herr Hitler at 8.30 on Monday. Rome has not known such a ...Article : 243 words
The Berlin correspondent of "The Times" says that German reaction to the Anglo-French decision suggests that the British ...Article : 212 words
Fascist and Labour supporters clashed outside the Houses of Parliament yesterday, but prompt intervention by the police prevented a serious ...Article : 200 words
The Berlin correspondent of "The Times" says that Signor Mussolini and Herr Hitler arc certain to consider the Rome-Berlin axis in the ...Article : 162 words
Norma Woods, aged 28, a domestic, was committed for trial at the Paddington Court today on a charge of having feloniously wounded Martin ...Article : 180 words
A strong protest against the move to suspend the Bricklayers and Tuckpointers Award and the Carpenters and Joiners Award was made to-day ...Article : 117 words
Konrad Henlein, leader of the Sudeten Germans, suggested that a plebiscite should be held in Czeehoslovakia to decide the attitude towards ...Article : 34 words
The most riotous wrestling contest of the current season ended at the Stadium to-night, with the referee, Harold Norman, semi-conscious under ...Article : 102 words
During some time last night some person or persons broke into the home of Albert Neary, at Mosman, and stole jewellery valued at £200. ...Article : 81 words
Influenza is prevalent in Sydney at present according to the Director of General Health, Dr. Morris. He said this was usual at the ...Article : 66 words
The Prime Minister (Mr. Lyons), said yesterday that the Federal Government would consider a suggestion made by the Leader of the Federal ...Article : 102 words
Flood waters have been responsible for wiping out of Lake Teuhoc, five miles long and a mile wide in the Hawkes Bay District. ...Article : 94 words
The Mitchell Library has purchased in London private papers of Governor Bourke which are regarded as of great historic interest. ...Article : 63 words
The State secretary of the Returned Soldiers' League, Mr. Brack, said today that headquarters had already been inundated with ...Article : 73 words
A fire early this morning destroyed two shops and an office, the first two being occupied by E. Dignan, a butcher, and D. [?]ees, a saddler. ...Article : 80 words
Since it was brought to Australia four years ago freight rates on the fifteen ton transport unit operating in Central Australia have been ...Article : 87 words
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