To-morrow morning all mines in the northern coalfield, which, during the past week, have been on strike, will resume operations. ...Article : 298 words
In the Legislative Council last evening, the Government suffered a defeat on the Parliamentary Electorates and Elections (Further Amendment) Bill. ...Article : 574 words
The present wool clip in Nevy South Wales is estimated by the Government Statistician at the rocord total of nearly 500,000,0001b. Already 451,000,0001b have been shorn, and, ...Article : 255 words
In an exclusive interview with a representative of the British United Press, M. Painleve, ex-Minister for War in France, discussing extracts published in London from Mr. ...Article : 150 words
Though it had been stated that understandings were again reached by Mr. 0'Malley and Mr. Chen at Hankow, it is now announced that the agreement arrived at has not been signed. LONDON, February 15. ...Article : 927 words
Advice received by the Acting Commissioner for Police to-day is that the death-roll in the Ingham district now includes 24 persons. Among those drowned were a female aboriginal, Lucy Cassady, and two kanaka boys. Fourteen bodies have been recovered. ...Article : 103 words
An epidemic of suicides among young students at universities and High schools during the past eight weeks has shocked the nation. Yesterday a young college man shot himself. ...Article : 145 words
At Tully, the rainfall since Wednesday totals 57 inches, but the flood waters are now receding. No loss of life has been reported there. ...Article : 821 words
Two additional bodies were recovored to-day in the Ingham district, both being children. That of Carmilleo Russo, aged three months, was found at Heamerside, and that ...Article : 223 words
In the Legislative Assembly yesterday the Premier and Treasurer (Mr. Lang) secured the suspension of the Standing Orders to enable him to pass through all stages in one ...Article : 937 words
The Minister for Labour (Mr. Baddeley) is anxious to see a settlement of the coal dispute, particularly in view of the fact that he has arranged to take his departure from ...Article : 129 words
President Coolidge's naval disarmament proposals are now being examined by experts'at the Foreign Office, the Admiralty and Dominions Office, which is is consultation with the ...Article : 201 words
Saved from becoming a total wreck and almost adding one more ship to the already long list of victims of the dreaded Barrier Reef, says a report from Cairns, the ...Article : 477 words
From Townsville it is reported that southern railway passengers were ferried across the Burdekin at Ayn to-day, and it is expected that a train will leave Townsville for the ...Article : 67 words
According to Weather Bureau officials. the value of the wireless weather station on Willis Island, off the Queensland coast, was demonstrated last week by the fact that ...Article : 160 words
The Overseas Settlement Department is asking for supplementary appropriations for assisted passengers for the fiscal year ending March al as follows:—For Australia, £90,000; ...Article : 174 words
In the House of Commons the Secretary of State for the Dominions (Mr. A'mery). replying to Mr. Sandon said that the desirability of developing a system of personal contact ...Article : 436 words
De Pinedo has arrived at Rio de Oro, in Spanish North-west Africa, completing 2000 miles in two "hops." Feb. 15. ...Article : 84 words
Carried out to sea by a swift undercurrent while surfing at North Narrabeen early yesterday afternoon, Hector Hodgekiss, aged 25 years, of Isman, George-street, Gladesville, ...Article : 266 words
News comes from Berlin that Marie Diaxdorf, a village servant girl, has been officially informed that her uncle, who died in Milwauee, bequeathed her £1,000.000. ...Article : 307 words
The Colonial Sugar Refining Company has received messages from ingham, Queensland, from the managers of their Victoria and Macknade milis, on the Herbert River, to ...Article : 170 words
A report comes from Vienna that hundreds are dead through an earthquake, of which the centre appeared to be at Stolac, in Yugoslavia. A landslide overwhelmed 12 homes at ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 101 words
Reminiscent of the days of the old clippers, when they raced across the world with wool from Australia, will be the voyages of the motor-ships Port Dunedin and Tricolor from ...Article : 247 words
Anothor step towards the establishment of an aerlai mail service between Western Australia and the eastern States is to be taken by the Federal Minister. ...Article : 178 words
Through the broaching of ships' cargoes enormous' losses have been incurred by many Sydney commercial houses. It is impossible to estimate the full extent ...Article : 478 words
Following a fruitless search, there is little hope that Mr. Charles Coleman, who fell overboard from a yacht off Gawler Flats on Saturday night, is still alive. The area in which ...Article : 68 words
Alderman O'Dea, who was vice-chairman of the works committee of the City Council last year, yesterday charged the aldermen of the present City Council with deliberately ...Article : 421 words
Mr. J. S. Murdock, Director-General of Commonwealth Works,, arrived, in Sydney from Melbourne yesterday morning. He will give evidence before the Federal public Works. ...Article : 375 words
In the House of Commons to-day a Conservative member asked for a statement regarding the present position between Britain and Russia arising from Russia's obligations under ...Article : 160 words
The Reform aldermen of the City Council intend to bring before the council the necessity of appointing a committee to investigate all the circumstances relating to the ...Article : 239 words
Plans for the construction of a palatial, theatre in Market-street, between Pitt and George streets, have been prepared. The cost is estimated at £400,000. ...Article : 219 words
A head-on collision between-two trains occurred at Hull. Six coaches, containing many school children and business men, were telescoped. ...Article : 116 words
The Australian Railway Union, in a statement issued yesterday, complained that two union officials were refused entry to the Darling Harbour dopot, where a large number ...Article : 191 words
Departing from the custom of most of his Predecessors, Sir John Goodwin has decided not to take his own domestic staff to Brisbane. except his wife's lonf-service maid. Sir John ...Article : 115 words
In accordance with a resolution adopted at the December meeting of the Council of the League of Nations, a committee consisting of Cord Cecil, M.'de Brouckere. and M. ...Article : 79 words
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