A number of shots, which might have come either from an automatic revolver or a repeating rifle was heard near Aberdare Extended colliery during last night. ...Article : 123 words
"Last night and all day we steamed along the Enderby Land coast, the northern extremity of which we passed during the night, since when our course has been generally to ...Article : 395 words
More than 5000 angry people surged around an overturned platform in the Domain late yesterday afternoon. They surrounded and menaced a little knot of policemen, who held ...Article : 1,036 words
Delegates to the London Naval Conference have been discussing the agenda concerning which there has been some divergence of opinion. It is understood that a basis for compromise is being prepared to satisfy French demands concerning tonnages. ...Article : 74 words
A correspondent of the "Daily Express" says that he is able to reveal that the Simon Commission's report on Indian affairs will be presented to the Premier (Mr. ...Article : 301 words
The hope was expressed a fortnight ago that the decline of Australian Government stocks would not continue. Unfortunately, it has not been realised, and the prices of ...Article : 814 words
Mr. P. C. Chichester, the New Zealand aviator, reached Darwin at 3.15 p.m. on Saturday. Setting out from Croydon (London) ...Article : 554 words
The police allege that a canvass of stores in Greta, which is the next mining town to Branxton, was made by miners during last week. Storekeepers were told that they were ...Article : 511 words
St. James's Palace has already become as fruitful as Geneva for alarums and excursions into the realm of guesswork to such an extent that a British spokesman this ...Article : 671 words
In a lightning raid on houses in the northern quarter of Calcutta early this morning, police discovered moulds for the manufacture of bombs, quantities of gun cotton, and other ...Article : 94 words
Little improvement was evident late yesterday in the condition of the man who was admitted to Royal South Sydney Hospital on Saturday night suffering from critical ...Article : 248 words
At a meeting of the Yorkshire County Cricket Club a letter was received from Lord Hawke, who is absent in India. The letter included these remarks: "Everybody will be ...Article : 426 words
Among the first messages received by Mr. Chichester after his arrival were telegrams of congratulations from Mr. J. H. Blow, representative of the New Zealand Government in ...Article : 79 words
The following statement was issued on Saturday by Mr. C. M. McDonald (chairman, Northern Collieries' Association), with reference to Mr. Scullin's appeal to the coalowners ...Article : 280 words
A picnic at Barrenjoey yesterday ended in tragedy. One member of the party, William Hampstead, 40 years, who resided at the Commonwealth Hotel, city, was carried out in ...Article : 333 words
As the day of announcement draws nearer, early Judgment that the Australian Eleven will not be fully representative if limited to 15 players develops into conviction. Yet present ...Article : 628 words
At the conclusion of the Hatry trial, when all the defendants were found guilty, Hatry being sentenced to 14 years' penal servitude, Daniels to seven, Tabar three, and Dixon five, ...Article : 547 words
Although the experts continued tneir consultations, there was a lull to-day in the formal and informal conversations between the principal delegates to the London Naval ...Article : 241 words
An incident has occurred indicating the feelings of foreigners in the interior of China regarding the rights of all foreigners. Paymaster-Commander McBride, of the British ...Article : 141 words
As the engine drawing supplies for Rothbury camp was nearing Branxton on Saturday morning a brick struck the roof of the driver's cabin. It is thought that the brick ...Article : 97 words
The Orient Royal mail liner Orsova, which grounded in Freeman's Channel, Moreton Bay, on Thursday night, arrived in Sydney about 7 o'clock on Saturday evening, and is at ...Article : 104 words
Another trainload of coal left Rothbury early on Saturday morning for Newcastle. The train was under police escort, and made the trip without incident. ...Article : 63 words
Three men are believed to have perished in a yachting mishap about five miles off Rottnest Island at midnight on Friday. The only known survivor swam five miles to the ...Article : 372 words
In an editorial, the "Times" says: "The Australian trade unionists, especially the militants, have come to regard the law as something to obey or otherwise, as it suits them ...Article : 162 words
Reviewing the first week's work, well-in-formed people in close touch with the discussions, expressed the opinion that the conference had done remarkably well, and ...Article : 1,004 words
The presence of six stowaways caused some delay in the voyage of the steamer Newton Pine from Sydney to Amsterdam to-day. When four unauthorised men were ...Article : 101 words
Negotiations between shareholders in coal companies and the rank and file of the miners is the latest scheme proposed for the settlement of the coal dispute. ...Article : 364 words
Attacking the activities of the Navy League to encourage immigration, Mr. James Simpson, the Toronto Labour leader, declares that it is almost criminal for meenan[?]es to be brought ...Article : 234 words
A group of Chicago's wealthiest citizens, disturbed by comment throughout the world on the financial collapse of the Chicago City Corporation, decided to raise 20,000,000 dollars ...Article : 192 words
Mr. J. H. Thomas (Minister for Employment) will meet three representatives of the Canadian Wheat Pool next week in London, and continue the discusolon on the ...Article : 128 words
Owing to the decision of the waterside workers not to work on the same vessels as volunteers, shipowners stated that they were simply not picking men up for jobs. In ...Article : 117 words
At 12 45 p.m. yesterday, Leslie Abbott, 20 years, residing in Lock-street, Campsie, died from the effects of a bullet wound accidentally received at George's River, Bankstown, ...Article : 108 words
A motion has been tabled in the House of Commons for Monday asking the House to approve the ratification of the signature of the optional clause binding Britain to submit ...Article : 78 words
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