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  2. MALAITA. PUNITIVE FORCES.

    We are still at the advanced base on the headwaters of the Oulimburi River, 3500 feet above sea-level. All this country is quite unexplored, and ...

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  3. MISSING PLANES.

    In brilliant sunshine, military and civil aeroplanes on Saturday afternoon combined in the first aerial pageant of the Queensland section of the Australian Aero Club. ...

    Article : 391 words
  4. WHITE AUSTRALIA.

    The Secretary of State for the Dominions (Mr. Amery) delivered a notable speech at a State banquet at Parliament House on Saturday night. He spoke strongly in favour ...

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  5. UNITED STATES.

    What Government officials declared to be one of the most sordid chapters in the history of American justice was disclosed at Washington to-day, when the oil jury tampering ...

    Article : 532 words
  6. "CUBS' OWN."

    "Pack! Pack! Pack!" cried a lusty voice, coming from a diminutive boy on the stage of the Empire Theatre yesterday afternoon. "Pack!" roared more than 2000 lusty voices ...

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  7. GREYCLIFFE. Two More Bodies Found.

    Two more bodies were recovered from the harbour yesterday. They were identified as:— John Stinson Carroll, 37, of Cliff-street, Watson's Bay, formerly employed as a painter at ...

    Article : 564 words
  8. WIRELESS.

    The BBC has not yet received official reports on the Armistice Day broadcasts, but results generally were as expected. Replying to a question whether it would ...

    Article : 301 words
  9. ARMISTICE. LONDON'S HOMAGE.

    No more solemn scene in the world could be witnessed than that at the Cenotaph this morning, when "Big Ben's" echoing first note of 11 o'clock brought a silence which those ...

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  10. MADAME ALDA.

    "Never again! I am through with Australia," said Madame A[?]da, on her arrival by the Aorangi. "What a place!" she shouted, waving her arms, "The people are simply ...

    Article : 174 words
  11. TRAGIC VENTURE.

    The sequel to the theft of a fishing boat from Bunbury last week was reported from Albany to-day. Paul Anderson, 20, a Norwegian sailor, ...

    Article : 242 words
  12. JAPAN.

    Yen exchange with the United States, now quoted below 46 cents, the lowest for six months, is puzzling. The majority of people are unable to account for it, though a ...

    Article : 180 words
  13. BOY MIGRANTS.

    Sir Granville Ryrie's recent emphasis upon Australia's opportunities for boy settlers, and regretting Britain's inadequate response, has stimulated migration organisations to renewed ...

    Article : 230 words
  14. THE RELIEF FUND.

    Sir,—With reference to the terrible disaster, which has plunged so many of our community into mourning, I find that there is an impression in some quarters that there is no ...

    Article : 249 words
  15. NATIVES WILL FIGHT.

    Passengers who arrived at Sydney from the Solomon Islands by the steamer Mataram on Saturday morning gave further particulars concerning the expedition. ...

    Article : 370 words
  16. OIL SUPPLIES.

    Mr. James Van Dyke, chairman of the Atlantic Re[?]ning Company, to-day confirmed the news of an agreement between his country and the Union Oil Company of California for ...

    Article : 222 words
  17. KING'S CUP.

    One of the most important items discussed by the conference of the representatives of the principal racing clubs of Australia, which was held in Melbourne during Cup week, ...

    Article : 303 words
  18. AVIATION.

    The R.A.F. flying boats, en route to Singapore, via Australia, arrived at Bushire yesterday from Basra. POSTPONED. ...

    Article : 297 words
  19. THE WARATAHS.

    In the first international match of the tour against Ireland at Dublin to-day the Waratahs wo[?] by five points to three, after a hard game, scoring a converted try against a penalty ...

    Article : 481 words
  20. GALLIPOLI.

    The arch enemy of the Dardan[?]lles expedition was Field Marshal Sir Henry Wilson," said Sir Ian Hamilton, addressing the Naval Division Association. He added that Sir Henry ...

    Article : 172 words
  21. DEMENTED MOTHER.

    Further information received regarding the tragedy at Babinda, indicates that Mrs. Mc Lauren, who recently suffered a nervous break[?] down, killed her little daughter, Mary, and ...

    Article : 112 words
  22. WHALERS.

    When the Norwegian whaling fleet, consisting of the mother ship, N. T. N[?]eisen Alonso and her five smaller steam whalers, was leaving Queen's Pier, Hobart, shortly after ...

    Article : 321 words
  23. SALE OF SHIPS.

    Officials of shipping companies have followed closely the debate in the House of Representatives at Canberra on the censure motion against the Government in regard to the ...

    Article : 167 words
  24. STORY OF A WATCH.

    Forty-four years ago Mr. T. W. Butcher, a justice of the peace, of Emerald, lost a gold inscribed watch, which was presented to him by the citizens of Seymour. The watch was ...

    Article : 366 words
  25. DISARMAMENT.

    The Soviet has applied for passports for its delegates to attend the meetings at Geneva of the League of Nations' preparatory committee for the disarmament conference on ...

    Article : 276 words
  26. HARBOUR BRIDGE.

    Some idea of the work necessary to test the equipment for the erection of the arch for the Sydney Harbour Bridge was given by Mr. L. Ennis, engineer for Dorman, Long, and Co., ...

    Article : 249 words
  27. ENGLISH METHODS.

    Mr. Michael Flaherty, right-hand man of Mr. W. Thompson, Mayor of Chicago, who is returning,to America after studying London's underground railway system, said that he was ...

    Article : 91 words
  28. THE SCREEN.

    Miss Elizabeth Fordyce, a teacher at Dulwich Hill Public School, giving evidence before the Film Commission on Saturday, expressed opinions contrary to those of Mr. ...

    Article : 147 words
  29. AIRCRAFT CARRIER.

    The aircraft carrier Saratoga, the largest ship ever built in the United States, will be moved shortly from the Camden (New Jersey) shipyard to the Philadelphia navy yard. The ...

    Article : 79 words
  30. MOUNT MORGAN.

    The Home Secretary conferred on Saturday with two representatives of a committee which is seeking to advance a scheme by which Mount Morgan mine, which has been closed ...

    Article : 74 words
  31. FASCIST REGIME.

    By order of Signor Mussolini and with the King, s consent, the Italian national flag will henceforth contain the Fascist emblem along-side the Royal, cont of arms. ...

    Article : 99 words
  32. FRICTION IN RUSSIA.

    While M. Stalin's supporters are busily clamouring for the expulsion of Trotsky, Zinovieff, and Kameneff, that trio are feverishly pushing on their plans to establish ...

    Article : 73 words
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