Early yesterday morning a fierce cyclone hit the south coast of Queensland and the north coast of New South Wales ...Article : 1,399 words
The stage is almost set for the most spectacular pageant which has ever been organised in the Commonwealth. Next Wednesday, the procession ...Article : 906 words
The triennial election for members of the Sydney County Council took place yesterday. Counting was not completed until after midnight. ...Article : 368 words
The Minister for Works and Local Government, Mr. Spooner, told the Royal Commission into charges regarding the sale of the State ...Article : 711 words
The recent changes in the Army high command are likely to be the prelude of a radical alteration in the Government's attitude towards ...Article : 406 words
The Premier, Prince Konoe, at a Press conference, said that, although Japan had hitherto studied peace terms considering the Chinese Central Government as a party to any negotiations, henceforth she would not deal with the Central Government. ...Article : 196 words
M. Chautemps, whose Popular Front Cabinet resigned last Friday, has carried out the plan that he announced yesterday of forming a new Ministry, ...Article : 469 words
The Japanese Foreign Office states [?]hat the German Ambassador's tenta[?]ive peace approaches in December, on which Japan based certain conditions ...Article : 929 words
Films of the sinking of the United States gunboat, Panay, on the Yangtze River by Japanese aircraft were shown for the first time in city theatres ...Article : 303 words
The Colombo correspondent of the "Daily Mail" states that for the first time in history a regular regiment of Cingalese, with British officers in the senior ranks until the Cingalese ...Article : 58 words
M. Stalin has halted the purge of disloyal members of the Communist party, according to the Moscow correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph," and has ...Article : 400 words
Queen Wilhelmina has caused a notice to be put up outside Soestdyk Palace asking the public to abstain from any noisy demonstration in view of the fact that Princess Juliana ...Article : 197 words
The Consul-General for Germany, Dr. Asmis, has written to the Premier, Mr. Stevens, explaining the reasons why the German Government has decided ...Article : 254 words
The First Chamber has approved of bills fixing the revenues of Queen Wilhelmina at approximately £111,000, instead of £133,000 The bills also fix Princess Juliana's income ...Article : 57 words
Investigations by the New South Wales police into the Albury "pyjama girl" mystery are being intensified, and the measures which are being taken in ...Article : 342 words
The Diplomatic Correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph" understands that discussion has been aroused at Copenhagen by Germany's recent ...Article : 113 words
A newspaper agitation in which the story of the Black Hole of Calcutta is denounced as a "gigantic hoax and a colossal lie," has begun with the object of removing the ...Article : 233 words
The Foreign Office spokesman (Mr. Kawa[?]) said that recently five small Japanese fishing boats belonging to a fleet operating from Singapore, were arrested in Dutch ...Article : 89 words
The P. and O. liner Strathnaver, which reached Sydney yesterday from London, brought many visitors to the celebrations. Among them was Sir George Broadbridge, ...Article : 257 words
G-men (Federal agents) are again examining the letters sent six years ago containing threats to kidnap the children of Harold Lloyd, the film comedian, it is believed that ...Article : 202 words
The 18 United States naval bombers which are to strengthen the air base at Pearl Harbour (Hawaii) have arrived here safely after a non-stop flight from San Diego (California). ...Article : 40 words
The Douglas air liner Kyeema, on a flight from Essendon to Sydney shortly after noon to-day, made a safe forced landing in a stubble field between ...Article : 226 words
Two former employees of one of Sweden's leading steel works have been arrested on chames of espionage. It is alleged that they admitted communicating with the Soviet ...Article : 50 words
Mr. H. C. [?]ater the Naval Co[?]den[?] of the "Daily Telegraph," states that the British ana United States auth[?] ar[?] seeking confirmation of Japan's reported ...Article : 105 words
Mr. G. P. Steyn, a member of the South African Parliament, who will be one of two representatives of [?]he South African branch of the Empire Parliamentary Association at ...Article : 80 words
Sir Miles Lampson, the British Ambassador to Egypt has presented to King Farouk, from King George, his Majesty's wedding gift, consisting of two sporting guns and other ...Article : 180 words
The police are unable to trace an American. Michael Stein, aged 69 who, it is feared, may [?]ave been the seventh victim of the German professional" murderer. We[?]dman[?]. ...Article : 188 words
There has been an immediate response by members of the medical profession in Queensland to the letter from the State Director-General of Health, Sir Raphael Cilento, asking ...Article : 107 words
A bomb was thrown into a motor car in which five Jewish clerks were travelling to their office. One of them caught the missile and hur[?]ed it to the roadway, where it ...Article : 84 words
Mr. John M. Muir, 60, of Texas, the United States of [?]merica, who was visiting Sydney for the Anniversary celebrations, collapsed in Martin Place, city, yesterday. He was taken ...Article : 93 words
Sixteen miners are reported to have been killed by the flooding of a plumbago mine in the Kurunagela district. There was a sudden inrush of water from a disused shaft. ...Article : 39 words
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