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  2. MOIR AND OWEN.

    Flight-Lieutenant Moir and Flying-Officer Owen received a tumultuous welcome on their arrival at Mascot aerodrome on Saturday. Though the landing ground was practically under water, a crowd of several thousand people broke, through the police cordon and surrounded ...

    Article : 117 words
  3. THE KING.

    A bulletin issued at Windsor Castle, and signed by Lord Dawson, Sir Stanley Hewett, and Mr. Martyn, says:— His Majesty passed a good night, and ...

    Article : 573 words
  4. ELECTION RESULTS IN CRITICAL POSITION IN BRITISH POLITICS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 142 words
  5. WOMEN MEMBERS.

    There are six new women members so far, in addition to six women re-elected. The new women are Miss Megan Lloyd George (Liberal), daughter of the Liberal leader; ...

    Article : 124 words
  6. LABOUR'S ELATION.

    After the declaration of the Seaham poll Mr. Ramsay MacDonald, addressing a vast audience before going to London to survey the field of battle, said:—"Things are changing. ...

    Article : 354 words
  7. DETAILS OF POLLS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 611 words
  8. THE ARRIVAL.

    The Mascot aerodrome was a veritable quagmire on Saturday afternoon. Rain had fallen almost uninterruptedly for several days, converting the landing ground into a swamp, ...

    Article : 383 words
  9. PILOT BRAIN INTERVIEWED.

    Directly Pilot Brain stepped from his Qantas machine, he apologised to the public for having arrived a little later than the schedule time. "We had a dirty trip down ...

    Article : 287 words
  10. A STALEMATE.

    Great Britain's record general election—a record in the size of the electorate, the number of candidates, the lavishness of expenditure, and the ...

    Article : 1,464 words
  11. DR. MARION PHILLIPS.

    An Australian, Dr. Marion Phillips, had a notable victory against the Conservatives in Sunderland, topping the poll. There were two seats, contested by two Labour ...

    Article : 240 words
  12. THE FLIGHT.

    In the following story Flight-Lieutenant Moir tells of the difficulties experienced by himself and Flying-Officer Owen on their flight to Australia. ...

    Article : 3,480 words
  13. APPEAL FROM TANGANYIKA.

    The Bishop of the Australian diocese of Central Tanganyika, Africa, appeals to Australia for thank-offerings for the King's recovery, for the hospitals, dispensaries, clinics, ...

    Article : 102 words
  14. AIRMEN WELCOMED.

    Scenes of remarkable enthusiasm characterised the civic reception to Moir and Owen at the Mascot Town Hall. On behalf of the council and citizens of ...

    Article : 932 words
  15. COST OF ARMAMENTS.

    The United States Secretary of State (Mr. Stimson) to-day issued a statement warning the taxpayers of the United States against the cost involved in the contemplated naval ...

    Article : 360 words
  16. SCOTTISH COUNTIES.

    As the flood of English results slowed down the Scottish counties began to arrive. The first was a Labour victory at Ayr and Bute (Kilmarnock), where Liberal intervention ...

    Article : 410 words
  17. DR. SUN YAT-SEN.

    There were impressive scenes at the Purple Mountain, near Nanking, to-day, when the body of Dr. Sun Yat-sen, father of the Chinese Republic, was deposited in the specially ...

    Article : 430 words
  18. MEET THE HOUSE.

    Speaking at Birmingham Sir Austen Chamberlain said that it was for the Prime Minister, after taking such advice as he thought proper, to decide his course of action, but he ...

    Article : 128 words
  19. FOREIGN OPINION.

    Of the Paris newspapers "L' Oeuvre" rejoices on the victory of democracy in a time of Facism and Bolshevism. Labour, it says, must be very cautious, as defeat ...

    Article : 616 words
  20. PRESS COMMENT.

    Only one newspaper in the whole country appears to be satisfied with the result of the general election, and that is Labour's "Daily Herald," and even it is sorry for Mr. ...

    Article : 1,400 words
  21. REPARATIONS.

    The reparations experts at Paris have agreed on all the reservations of the leader of the German delegation (Dr. Schacht). The only remaining issue is Belgium's claim, ...

    Article : 167 words
  22. IF NO MAJORITY.

    In view of the present position, it is interesting to recall statements of party leaders as to their attitude should no party have a clear majority. ...

    Article : 268 words
  23. BOY SCOUTS.

    Sixty-six Boy Scouts from New South Wales, Queensland, and Fiji, who are to attend the world's Boy Scout jamboree at Birkenhead. will leave Sydney by the Baradine to-morrow. ...

    Article : 81 words
  24. SEGRAVE'S RECORD.

    In the international motor-boat racing contests at Bellin, Sir Henry Segrave established a world's record of 73½ miles an hour, in the unrestricted class for gliding boats. ...

    Article : 45 words
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