The "Herald" has secured the services of F. J. Perry, the famous lawn tennis player, who is s member of the visiting English team, to write a series of articles on tennis ...Article : 411 words
The Premier (Mr. Stevens), following a series of conferences with the Public Service Board, last night announced the Government's policy on the new basic wage as it applies to employees of the State. Provision will be made to remove, from all married employees whose ...Article : 137 words
England defeated Australia by seven points to five in the second Rugby League test match, played at the Headingley ground, Leeds, this afternoon. Thus England ...Article : 402 words
With a gaping wound in his throat, caused by an attempt to commit suicide, James Agnew, 42, seaman, was shot dead at Mortdale last night in the front garden of a house, where ...Article : 740 words
The Prime Minister (Mr. Ramsay MacDonald) and the Foreign Secretary (Sir John Simon) to-day explained to a deputation the British Government's attitude on disarmament, and the difficulties which beset the Disarmament Conference. ...Article : 118 words
The Afghan Consulate at New Delhi has received a telegram from Kabul stating that Nadir Shall was murdered in the grounds of the Arg Palace by Abdul Khaliq, a menial, ...Article : 386 words
"The Government has decided to give a definite measure of relief at once to certain Crown employees in the lower grades by reviewing the incidence of the Public Service ...Article : 1,185 words
The deputation was led by the Archbishop of Canterbury, and included persons representative of the Churches, literature, science, industry, education, and the peace ...Article : 1,147 words
Senator Dordolot, who is a member of the Foreign Committee of the Belgian Senate, in an interview with representatives of the Press, said that the ...Article : 468 words
G. P. Hughes, captain of the English tennis team, who witnessed the finals of the New South Wales championships at the Rushcutter [?]ay courts on Saturday afternoon and took ...Article : 484 words
The Stock Exchange continues steady, especially the gilt-edged and industrial sections, for which there is growing confidence. The domestic situation arising from the improvement of ...Article : 804 words
With a reverence that the passage of the years does not dim, the fifteenth anniversary of Armistice Day was celebrated throughout the British Empire on Saturday. ...Article : 607 words
Mr. W. M. Hughes, M.P., who was in London on November 11, 1918, graphically told an audience at the North Sydney Congregational Chuich yesterday how the end of the Great ...Article : 613 words
The congress of the Returned Soldiers' League of Australia, which is meeting in Canberra, unanimously declared itself yesterday to be in favour of compulsory military training ...Article : 747 words
The Flinders by-election caused by the resignation of Mr. S. M. Bruce on his appointment to the High Commissionership, took place yesterday. When counting ceased to-night, ...Article : 370 words
Brigadier—General Crozier, speaking at an anti-war meeting, said he would not object, in the next war, to leading 10 divisions in the field, if they did not consist of the country's ...Article : 242 words
In a statement last night, the hon. secretary of the Lawn Tennis Association of Australia (Mr. Harley Malcolm), said that the English tennis players, in declining an ...Article : 223 words
William Webster, 40, unemployed, O. South Cardiff, bravely went to the assistane; this evening of Thomas Powell, 19, of Tar[?] who was in danger of being kicked to death [?] ...Article : 180 words
A group of anti-war undergraduates of Cambridge University tried to storm a cinema theatre which was showing the film, "Our Fighting Navy." A larger body ...Article : 74 words
The Premier (Mr Stevens) went back to the scenes of his youth on Satuiday, when he set the foundation-stone of a new Methodist Sunday school hall at West Kingston, and he ...Article : 223 words
The women of North America could abolish any war threat from Japan by refusing to buy silk, stated Dr. Alfred Zimmern, Professor of the International Relations at Oxford ...Article : 124 words
Mrs. Dorothy Trewethan, 30, a resident of Concord, was found in the sitting-room of her home on Saturday with a wound in her throat. The woman, who had previously been treated ...Article : 149 words
Two men who were strolling across the Habour Bridge last night struggled franticaly with a woman who intend[?] to leap over t[?] railing to the water belcw. Their efforts we[?] ...Article : 261 words
Apparently the Belgian embargo on Australian meat is inoperative, pending the negotiations of the High Commissioner (Mr. S. M. Bruce), for the Swift Company has ...Article : 239 words
Mr. M. Sigalas, manager of the Rex Cafe, Swanston-strcet, Melbourne, was violently attacked early this morning by a man armed with a tyre lever. At the [?] Sigalas was ...Article : 192 words
Mr. Gandhi continues to meet fierce orthodox Hindu opposition in his campaign for the "Untouchables." The latest demonstration was at Nagpur, in Central Provinces, where rotten ...Article : 96 words
An amazing story of the mass murders of foreigners by a German Nazi patriotic terrorist organisation, known as "Delapi," appears in the Cracow "Courier." The Polish political ...Article : 127 words
Charles Curtis, whose act of jumping 60 feet from a tower into a safety net was advertised as an additional attraction at the Parramatta Speedway on Saturday night, provided an ...Article : 121 words
At the City Watch House, on the information of Detective Gwyther, Harold Roy Jack, [?] postal employee, formerly of Brighton, was charged that being a postal officer, he stole ...Article : 62 words
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