Mr. Monahan, K.C., who is assisting the Royal Commission into Mr. Lang's charges of fraud and corruption in relation to the sale of the State Monier ...Article : 469 words
Harbour-side residents and sightseers who crowded the foreshores yesterday saw an impressive parade of fighting aircraft. ...Article : 573 words
Though lowering clouds and a harbour mist robbed Sydney of the opportunity of extending; its usual colourful greeting: to the first units ...Article : 1,248 words
All is in readiness for the celebration of Australia's 150th birthday to-day. A fine summer day is promised, although there may be early morning showers and a possible cool southerly change late in ...Article : 314 words
The Spanish Government spokesman stated at Barcelona to-day that the Loyalists were prepared to evacuate Teruel, which they had recently ...Article : 536 words
Importance is attached to the talks which the British Foreign Secretary, Mr. Eden, is having with the French Premier, M. Chautemps, and the French ...Article : 877 words
A submarine is reported to have attacked without warning the British steamer Lake Geneva in the Western Mediterranean, firing: a torpedo from ...Article : 54 words
Italy's and Germany's financial affairs are always difficult to estimate. Generally they are regarded as severely strained. Because of this, certain ...Article : 598 words
Dr. Hugh Dalton a leading member of the Biitlsh Labour party in the House of Commons who arrived in Sydney yesterday to attend the Anniversary celebrations said that ...Article : 273 words
The chid events to-day are:- 8.30 a.m.: Vyater Pageant. The landing of Captain Phillip from the Supply at Farm Cove. Can be seen from ...Article : 1,433 words
Two of the most recent publications of the Commonwealth Statistician, Dr. Roland Wilson, illustrate how the yield from unemployment taxes grows when ...Article : 129 words
The Diplomatic Correspondent of the "Daily Herald" states that Russia is preparing immediately to build three 35,000-ton battleships, with 16-inch ...Article : 257 words
The Prime Minister, Mr. Lyons, yesterday appealed to Australian manufacturers to make a special effort to increase employment, "as a celebration ...Article : 368 words
A Cabinet disagreement has resulted in the resignations of General Loukoff, the Minister for War, and M. Krasnovsky the Minister for the Interior, who are replaced by General ...Article : 150 words
Mr. Farrington, S.M., in the City Traffic Court yesterday, held that the Motor Traffic Act did not apply to Commonwealth Public servants on official duty. ...Article : 226 words
The International Rubber Committee fulfilled the market's best expectations and cut the quota for the second quarter of 1938 to 60 per cent. ...Article : 159 words
After a long exchange of cables with London and Australia the representative of the Eastern and Australian Line at the JapanAustialia ship-owners' conference, Mr. G. R. ...Article : 126 words
The Japanese Foreign Office spokesman denied that Japan is constructing capital ships of 43,000 to 45,000 tons. Inquiries show that the naval authorities ...Article : 68 words
The Prime Minister. Mr. Lyons, said yesterday that so far no official complaint had been received from the German Government about, the speech made by the Minister for External ...Article : 96 words
The Cairo correspondent of the Daily Telegraph" declares that the Minister for Finance, Sidky Pasha, who is planning the first Budget since the Montreux Convention ...Article : 190 words
The "Daily Mail" says that it is expected that Princess Juliana's doctors will begin to issue bulletins by Wednesday, indicating that the birth of her child is imminent. ...Article : 72 words
The 10-year-old son of Paul Robeson, the negro actor, is visiting England from his Moscow school. His father tried in eight countries bofore a school was found where ...Article : 201 words
Miss Katherine Theresa Bradley, 54, of Richmond Park Station, near Robe, the victim og a shooting incident yesterday afternoon, died this morning. ...Article : 142 words
According to present arrangements, the King and the Queen, with Princess Elizabeth and Princess Margaret Rose, will return to London next Monday from Sandringham ...Article : 41 words
Thieves broke into Our Lady of Dolores Roman Catholic Church. Cambridge Terrace, Kingswood, early this morning, and stole a tabernacle containing two silver chalices, lined ...Article : 67 words
The Prime Minister, Mr. Lyons, sent messages of welcome to-day to Rear-Admiral Julius C. Townsend, commander of the American cruiser squadron; Captain J. C. ...Article : 72 words
Four naval airmen were killed when a plane crashed into the sea two miles from the coast (Other oversea news on next page.) ...Article : 29 words
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