New York, Sunday.—Russia was expected to become a leading competitor in merchant shipping ...Article : 185 words
MRS. ELLEN FEDERICKS PALMER, 48, leaving Brisbane Court after being sentenced to two years' gaol for having ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 51 words
Canberra.—Taxpayers have had to foot huge bills for challenges in the courts over defective legislation passed by the Chifley Government. No reliable estimate is ...Article : 336 words
NERO, A SOUTH PERTH ZOO LION, killed a tiger in a three-minute fight last week. The tiger had been locked behind the cage where Nero lives with his mate Bessie. Bessie forced up a steel slide dividing the dens and the tiger ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 74 words
Melbourne.—Australia's cricket captain for the South African tour, Lindsay Hassett, revealed some amusing ...Article : 145 words
London, Sunday.—When workers in a Birmingham factory were asked by the local authority's ...Article : 78 words
Prof. Carleton Washburne, international president of the New Education Fellowship, will reach Adelaide at 6 p.m. ...Article : 128 words
Rudolf Schock, principal tenor of the Covent Garden Opera Company, the Berlin State Opera, and soloist with the South Australian Symphony Orchestra later this week, also sings in the bath. ...Article : 216 words
Graeme Francis Walker, 25, pleaded guilty in the Criminal Court today to having forged and uttered three cheques for ...Article : 91 words
Port Augusta.—Messrs. A. F. and S. Zanker have purchased a modern brickmaking plant from Orroroo, installed it at ...Article : 90 words
Melbourne.—Star singer and former star golfer, Joan Hammond, hit off in the Victorian women's golf championship at ...Article : 113 words
Arrested at 1 a.m. today at Unley road, North Unley, Sydney George Smallacombe, 23, laborer, of Orsmond street, ...Article : 91 words
The thought transference act of the Piddingtons in London was probably very clever deception, an Adelaide ...Article : 155 words
New York, Sunday.—Lightning struck a crowded baseball field at Baker, Florida, today, killing two players. ...Article : 68 words
A woman who jumped 20 ft. from a window of a city hotel on July 23, in an attempt to escape arrest, was fined £5 with ...Article : 191 words
SCENE OF SATURDAY'S FATAL ROAD ACCIDENT at the intersection of Grand Junction and North-east roads, Modbury, when two men were killed and nine injured. A tourer car carrying cycling officials was ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 83 words
About 12 applications were received for the 1950 John Gellibrand Memorial Scholarship. Entries closed ...Article : 45 words
July has been a mild month with temperatures "about normal," a Weather Bureau official said today. ...Article : 98 words
Mrs. Clara Reed, 73, of Prescott terrace, Toorak Gardens who died on Saturday, was the mother of the Ven. Archdeacon ...Article : 60 words
Radio recording "pirates" are operating in Adelaide, says a broadcasting man. The story will be in "Radio Call," on sale ...Article : 23 words
Madrid, Sunday.—The heat at Cordoba has broken all records for July with a shade temperature of 107 deg. for 18 ...Article : 25 words
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