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  2. ENGLISH TEAM.

    Two bright features marked the second and final day of the match between England and a Tasmanian Eleven at Hobart yesterday. They were a brilliant century by Ames, his first of ...

    Article : 477 words
  3. QUAY SITE.

    The question of the Quay station site will probably come before to-morrow's Cabinet meeting for further consideration, although the Ministry bas decided to postpone its final ...

    Article : 192 words
  4. BUSHFIRES.

    Thanks to the timely arrival of a cool southerly wind the firefighters in the Goulburn, Araluen, Taralga, and Bra[?]dwood districts have received a resp[?]te from their ...

    Article : 605 words
  5. HEAVY RAIN.

    Reports received at the Weather Bureau, covering the 24 hours ended at 9 a.m. yesterday, showed that heavy rain had fallen on the north coast of New South Wales. ...

    Article : 110 words
  6. MURDER CHARGE.

    James Blair, aged 60 years, a seaman, was found in a room at a lodging-house in Erskinestreet late on Saturday afternoon, with slashes about the face, neck, and body. He was taken ...

    Article : 513 words
  7. THE KING.

    A bulletin issued on Saturday evening sold:- The King's slow progress continues. The amount of nourishment taken is now ...

    Article : 239 words
  8. INJUNCTION.

    Mr. Justice Eve has granted General Bramwell Booth's ex parte application for an in[?]unction till Monday restraining the High Council from carrying out his removal. ...

    Article : 399 words
  9. PANIC

    A panic occurred on hoard the steamer Hsin-wah when she struck a rock and sank during a terrille gale outside Hongkong. Many dead have been recovered, but the number of ...

    Article : 824 words
  10. SIX INCHES AT LISMORE.

    Further splendid rain has fallen in the Richmond River district, and the drought is now completely broken. Light showers fell on Saturday morning, followed at night by a ...

    Article : 126 words
  11. EXPLOSION.

    An explosion of methylated spirits in a furniture storehouse in Carters-avenue, Toorak, shortly after 11 o'clock on Saturday morning, caused a fire which destroyed the ...

    Article : 523 words
  12. PRINCE OF WALES.

    The first public appearance of the Prince of Wales since his rush home from East Africa was his unexpected attendance at the England-Wales Rugby match at Twickenham ...

    Article : 110 words
  13. QUEENSLAND.

    As much as 12 inches of rain has been registered at the foot of Mount Beerwah (Eumundi district) during the last 48 hours, while North Arm recorded 10[?], and Yandina ...

    Article : 826 words
  14. APPEALS TO BOOTH FAMILY.

    At the end of a momentous week in the history of the Salvation Army an attempt was made to avoid to-morrow's hearing at the Chancery Court. Colonel Cowhnm, who has ...

    Article : 369 words
  15. AFGHANISTAN.

    The abdication of King Inayatullah is confirmed, and Baccha Sakao has been a[?]la[?]med King in Kabul. He assumed the title Hahibullah Ghazi. With a force of 15,000 ...

    Article : 675 words
  16. SURF TRAGEDY.

    The swamping of a surfboat at Marakopa, near Kawhia, resulted in the loss of three lives. A party of Sevan were testing a surfboat ...

    Article : 143 words
  17. HEAT WAVE.

    The weather at Auckland, as in other parts of the Dominion, has been very hot during the last few days, when shade readings ranged up to 85 degrees. While this is much less ...

    Article : 161 words
  18. CAMPERS GREAT BATTLE.

    News has just reached Bombala of another great bush fire, which raged a few miles on the New South Wales side of the Victorian border. Previously much of the country had ...

    Article : 230 words
  19. FIRES AT STADIUM.

    Two outbreaks of fire were discovered early yesterday morning at the Sydney Stadium, but prompt action on the part of the fire brigades checked the [?]ames. ...

    Article : 189 words
  20. QUEENSLAND COMMENT.

    Brigadier Annetts, of the salvation Army, in an interview yesterday with regard to the present position of the Army, said that in view of the inconclusiveness of the position, ...

    Article : 140 words
  21. CANBERRA ELECTION.

    Although it is a fortnight before the election at Canborra for representation of residents on the Federal Capital Commission, considerable interest is being taken in the ...

    Article : 481 words
  22. TWO LIVES LOST.

    While spending a week-end holiday at Penrith, Jack Toohey, 19, Stokos-avenue, Alexandria, was drowned in the N[?]pean River on Saturday afternoon The accident occurred ...

    Article : 198 words
  23. HOUSE DESTROYED.

    A busn fire broke out in Hatcher's paddock, at the west end of the town, on Thursday, and spread with alarming rapidity into Sherwood's proporty adjoining, and on to the ...

    Article : 104 words
  24. WOOLLEN TRADE.

    Justifying claims both for safeguarding and a reduction of wages in certain sections of industry the Woollen and Worstod Federation has issued statistics revealing a heavy ...

    Article : 102 words
  25. DESERTER'S FATE.

    Madame Grappe was acquitted, though she admitted that she fatally shot her husband, She told a remarkable story. Grappe served in the trenches in the early part of the war, ...

    Article : 156 words
  26. TELEPICTURES.

    It was ascertained from the Postal Department on Saturday that a, tender has been accepted for the introduction of a service of telegraphic transmission of pictures between ...

    Article : 419 words
  27. 500 SHEEP LOST.

    A Bush fire jumped the firebroak and swept through several sheep runs in the Barrallier district. The owners were not able to remove their ...

    Article : 128 words
  28. ALLEGED CONSPIRACY

    As a result of inquiries by the police into the bona fides of the International Oil and Trading Company of Australasia, Ltd., Jan Rosing (42), managing director, of Adelaide; ...

    Article : 288 words
  29. TATTOOED PEERS.

    Taking off his jacket and tucking up his shirt sleeves, Lord Lonsdale at a boxing dinner in Glasgow displayed, amid resounding applause, two arms tattooed from armpit to the ...

    Article : 130 words
  30. CANADIAN TREATY.

    Reports emanating from Conservative quarters hint thit a revision of the Australian Treaty is looming. It is pointed out that Australia has often asked for revision. ...

    Article : 121 words
  31. OVERSEAS TRADE.

    Oversoas trade returns for the 12 months ended Deccmber 31 1928, show a record excess of exports over imports of £11,000,000. Exports totalled £56,188,481, compared with ...

    Article : 46 words
  32. POUR POLICE SHOT.

    A report from Amsterdam says that four policemen early in the morning visited a house at Grootegast, near Groningen, occupied by Wykstra, a suspected anarchist, with an ...

    Article : 102 words
  33. DROUGHT TIMES.

    The drought continues in the Mungindi district, and the outlook is serious. Last week some scattered rain f[?]ll, but it was not sufficient to do any permanent good. Graziers ...

    Article : 192 words
  34. WOMAN KILLED.

    Mrs. E. Perkins, wife of the manager of the Toowoomba branch of Perkins' Brewery, was knocked down at a Toowoomba level crossing by an oncoming train. ...

    Article : 163 words
  35. EMBASSY LIQUOR.

    A report from Washington says that it was stated in the Senate and the House of Representatives that it was common knowledge that Embassy and Legation liquor was ...

    Article : 117 words
  36. CONCILIATION BILL.

    A report from Paris says that M. Loucheur introduced in the Chamber of Deputies a bill [?] at the prevention of [?]r[?]kes and lockouts. It makes concilliatory meetings of the ...

    Article : 115 words
  37. Y.A.L. BOYS.

    A report from San Francisco says that the Young, Australia League boys arived on Friday and were met by a committee of officials citizens, and form[?]r Australians. They were ...

    Article : 112 words
  38. DEEP SEA SWIM.

    Miss Lily Copplestone, who planned to swim across Cook Strait on Saturday, was unable to start on account of unfavourable weather. When the party arrived at Cape ...

    Article : 70 words
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