Without having found any trace of the motor cruiser Viking, the destroyer Vendetta is returning to Sydney. The destroyer is expected to ...Article : 435 words
Because of delays in the discussions between the Australian and British Governments, the flying-boat mail service between Australia and Britain ...Article : 212 words
It is learned authoritatively in London that the Secretary for the Dominions (Mr. Malcolm MacDonald) has cabled to the British ...Article : 767 words
Speaking on the motion for the adjournment of the Legislative Council last night, Mr. J. B. Martin, the organising secretary of the State Labour ...Article : 621 words
After driving along flooded roads in torrential rain the King reached Portland Harbour to inspect the Home fleet. Mountainous seas during the night ...Article : 165 words
A serious clash is feared between Japanese-controlled troops from the north-west province of Chahar and the Chinese forces. ...Article : 329 words
The Australian Associated Press has been informed of some of the details of the contemplated new Canadian-Australasian shipping service. ...Article : 330 words
In desperation, the rebels are bombarding Madrid with increased ferocity, and the city faces destruction. The bombardment by aircraft and ...Article : 428 words
The Paris correspondent of the "NewsChronicle" states that reports from Berlin suggest that the proclamation of a new Constitution will be Germany's "spectacular ...Article : 143 words
The conference between the Minister for Trade Treaties (Sir Henry Gullett) and representatives of the Japanese Government, which was begun ...Article : 194 words
The President of the Board of Trade (Mr. Walter Runciman) announced in the House of Commons that the Government proposed to submit proposals providing for the payment ...Article : 117 words
The Prime Minister (Mr. Baldwin), in a statement in the House of Commons, explained why he did not allow the hunger marchers to appear at the Bar of the House recently. ...Article : 392 words
Anxiety about the Pope's health increased last night. Intimates of his household reluctantly admit that his Holiness has been scarcely able to walk for several days. ...Article : 73 words
The Rev. W. J. Dew, a Roman Catholic priest whose parish extends from Tennant Creek to Darwin, expressed surprise to-day at the suggestion that Dr. C. C. Fenton ...Article : 160 words
Replying to a debate in the House of Lords, Lord Templemore, speaking on behalf of the Government, said that the report of the Imperial Shipping Committee was being sent ...Article : 174 words
After mass arrests, allegations of "espionage and sabotage in favour of a certain Central European Power" were made against a large number of foreigners. ...Article : 227 words
The Australian Associated Press learns, on good authority, that the Japanese Consul-General in Australia (Mr. Mura[?]) will propose that Australia buy 150,000,000 yards of rayon ...Article : 75 words
Mr. E. Grayndler, M.L.C., commenting on the statement of Mr. Martin last night, said: "All I know is that I did not approach any man of any party for a vote. The fact ...Article : 172 words
The attempt of the Spanish repels to rush the defences of Madrid last week-end having failed, General de Llano, the rebel general, who, broadcasting from Seville a few days ...Article : 602 words
By unanimous vote, the Aberdare Central Miners' Lodge decided at its meeting to-day to return to work. This course was recommended by the general president, Mr. C. ...Article : 136 words
An attack on the control of business by "men of force but with little insight and breadth of vision," was made by Mr. F. W. Eggleston, a Melbourne solicitor, in his ...Article : 204 words
Five thousand sea-soaked letters have arrived at London postal headquarters. They had been washed ashore in two mail bags on the Kentish coast. The bags have been ...Article : 150 words
With the words, "I raise my glass and drink to the health of the King of Italy and Emperor of Ethiopia," Dr. Schuschnigg, Chancellor of Austria, in a speech at a ...Article : 114 words
Heavy frosts have done widespread damage to fruit crops in the Bathurst district. It is estimated that the yield will only be 10 per cent, of that of last year. ...Article : 214 words
Dr. Dafoe, the medical man who attended the birth of the Dionne quintuplets, arrived in New York to-day after a flight from Chicago, where he was involved in a ...Article : 125 words
When Dr. Harold Thompson, who is to take charge of Commonwealth fisheries investigations, reaches Australia early next year, the possibilities of developing the shark ...Article : 90 words
Mr. L. E. Clark, the New Zealand farmer who has flown to Sydney from England, said yesterday that bad weather over the Tasman had forced ...Article : 187 words
It is now disclosed that 20 people were killed and 40 injured when a bombing 'plane (as reported in the "Herald" yesterday) crashed in the Lepeni Mountains. ...Article : 56 words
The State Cabinet yesterday discussed for nearly three hours the report of Police Superintendent Carter, who conducted the departmental ...Article : 134 words
The Foreign Secretary (Mr. Eden), replying to a question in the House of Commons, said that the Government had no reason to think that the Italian Government had any thought ...Article : 160 words
The Prime Minister (Mr. Lyons) announced in the House of Representatives to-day that it was proposed to introduce a bill to amend the Petroleum Oil Search Act to enable ...Article : 97 words
Dr. Thomas Yates, who aad arranged to visit Australia in March to attend the centenary of the foundation of Congregationalism in South Australia, died to-day. Dr. Yates ...Article : 86 words
The Under-Secretary for Air (Sir Philip Sassoon), in a statement in the House of Commons about British air services over the North and South Atlantic, said that since the ...Article : 150 words
The activities of the Air Accidents Investigation Committee will probably be affected by the High Court judgment in the Goya Henry case. The committee, in the past, has ...Article : 249 words
Hugh Crawford, 24, a climber, travelling from Lake Teanau to Eglington Valley, slipped down a precipice and was found unconscious, with severe head injuries and a broken arm. ...Article : 127 words
Eighteen ships manned by non-striking union seamen have sailed from New York. The strikers claim gains in their ranks, but apparently they are ready to ...Article : 114 words
Arthur Gray, 18, who had cycled from Cairns to Melbourne to witness the race for the Melbourne Cup, was seriously injured to-day when he fell from his bicycle on Henry's ...Article : 73 words
Fourteen people were drowned when a small Egyptian steamer struck a reef and capsized. The sole survivor was picked up after he had been nine hours in the water. ...Article : 36 words
Sentence of death was passed on Michael Joseph O'Sullivan, 29, a truck driver, by Mr. Justice Dwyer in the Criminal Court to-day for having on September 27 wilfully ...Article : 155 words
Baron Von Munchausen, a descendant of the famous romancer, bet a pound that he would appear naked at a public ball in Darmstadt. He won the bet, but was gaoled for ...Article : 121 words
Phil Cope, co-holder of the world's high hurdles record, leaped through a window of his home, severely cutting his feet and hands. The wounds required 40 stitches, but it is not ...Article : 83 words
[?] O'Neill, American author, has been [?] the 1936 Nobel Prize for literature. [?] of the cable news in this issue as is so [?] appeared in "The Times," and is sent to ...Article : 102 words
The Commissioner for Railways (Mr. Hartigan) has approved of the fitting of 30 sleeping cars with electric fans. One hundred and forty-five fans will be required for these cars, ...Article : 80 words
Emest Edward James, 52, undertaker, and Francis Henry Edmondson, 50, undertaker's assistant, both of Mt. Gambier, were killed, and Allan James Bigham, undertaker's ...Article : 56 words
Riots broke out again in tne Kamatapur area. Five persons were injured. The police were forced to fire on the demonstrators. ...Article : 28 words
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