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  2. IN A MOTH.

    "The modern small aeroplane is capable of a performance unequalled by any existing motor car, from the point of view of economy and speed...." Thus ...

    Article : 743 words
  3. BIG FIRM.

    The directors of Smith and Waddington, Ltd., motor body buildors, of Parramattaroad, Camperdown, have decided to suspend trading operations temporarily. ...

    Article : 189 words
  4. CHILD ENDOWMENT.

    Mr. William Charles Myhill, secretary of the Metal Trades Employers' Association, giving evidence before the Federal Child Endowment Commisison to-day, declared that there would ...

    Article : 463 words
  5. HINKLER. Reported Safe.

    The grave anxiety which was being felt for the safety of Hinkler and Mclntosh has been relieved somewhat by an announcement made by a Lemberg newspaper that the ...

    Article : 320 words
  6. BRITAIN'S NAVY.

    The Government's decision to lay down only one cruiser instead of three is provoking a sharp controversy. A usually well-informed political observer believes the decision to be ...

    Article : 194 words
  7. CONFLICTING EVIDENCE. At Greycliffe Inquiry.

    During three days' sittings of the Court of Marine Inquiry witnesses have sworn— (1) That the Tahiti did not change her course, but the Greycliffe altered hers to port so as to approach that of the Tahiti. ...

    Article : 131 words
  8. THE COMMONS.

    In the House of Commons. Mr. MacDonald asked whether, in view of the grave position of the coal industry, Mr. Baidwin would take an early opportunity of making a ...

    Article : 495 words
  9. FEELING IN AMERICA.

    The concern of the Coolidge administration during the coming session of Congress is [?]xpected to be directed towards holding the House of Representatives and the Senate to a ...

    Article : 138 words
  10. THE EVIDENCE.

    The surprising statement about the Tahiti's change of course to starboard was made by Tom King, leading stoker on H.M.A.S. Penguin. ...

    Article : 2,167 words
  11. LEGAL FAMILY.

    An event in legal circles yesterday was the admission as a solicitor of Mr. Leslie Consett Stephen, whose family has been associated with the profession of the law in New ...

    Article : 389 words
  12. HUNGARY.

    Attention having been drawn in the House of Lards to-day to the Hungarian-Roumanian dispute, Lord Cushendun said that the matter was before the council of the League of ...

    Article : 145 words
  13. OTHER LONG FLIGHTS.

    Sir Alan Cobham, accompanied by Lady Cobham, Captain Worrell, two engineers, and a cinematograph operator, left Rochester to-day for his air survey of the African ...

    Article : 200 words
  14. TRAGEDY.

    A tragedy occurred at Norseman to-day as the result of which two men are dead, and a third is under arrest on a charge of murder. Police Inspector Spedding Smith, of ...

    Article : 210 words
  15. AUSTRALIA'S TARIFF.

    Mr. W. T. Thompson, president of the Manchester Chamber of Commerce, waited on Sir Granville Ryrie, urging a closer understanding of Anglo-Australian trade relations in view of ...

    Article : 97 words
  16. UNITED STATES.

    At Philadelphia to-day President Coolidge addressing the Union League said: "Without the influence of a protective tariff it would never have been possible for our country to reach ...

    Article : 232 words
  17. LAWRENCE.

    Some insight into the personality of "Lawrence of Arabia" is afforded by a voluma of that title, by Robert Graves, published to-day. ...

    Article : 295 words
  18. ROBBERY.

    The Castlereagh-street Post-office, near Park-street, was entered on Thursday night, and £200 stolen. Two safes were cut open, apparently with chisels, or what are known ...

    Article : 274 words
  19. THE CHRISTMAS PUDDING

    The Duchess of York spent an hour at the Cookery Exhibition at Holland Park, and was most keenly interested in the Australian exhibition, remarking: "I suppose that ...

    Article : 93 words
  20. ALLEGED BRIBERY.

    Before Judge Moule, in the Insolvency Court to-day Frederick W. E. Gabriel, an officer in the Home and Territories Department, emphatically denied the allegation that ...

    Article : 592 words
  21. THE CABINET.

    As already announced in the "Herald," Sir George Fuller has decided to accept the position of Agent-General for New South Wales in London. He will take his departure early ...

    Article : 303 words
  22. ROYAL CHRISTMAS CARDS

    The King's passion for yachting finds expression in his Christmas card, on which is a reproduction of Gribble's picture, "Britannia Leads," showing the King's yacht bending to ...

    Article : 124 words
  23. FIERCE STORM.

    News from Washington says that a cyclone struck the city following terrific lightning and rain. The section chiefly affected is about four miles from the White House. The ...

    Article : 104 words
  24. NOTE OF WARNING.

    At a meeting of shareholders of Dalgety and Co., Ltd., the chairman (Mr. Edmund Parker) said; "There is great prosperity in Australia to-day, but is it not artificial? Land ...

    Article : 396 words
  25. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The Duke and Duchess of York attended a dinner party, given by Sir Granville Ryrie and Lady Ryrie, at Clarldge's. There were 30 Australian guests. ...

    Article : 335 words
  26. DISTRACTED RUSSIA.

    Rumours about the fate of Trotsky continue to be circulated, but Moscow is silent. The Soviet Embassy at Berlin has described as obviously false a report from Warsaw that ...

    Article : 115 words
  27. THE TARIFF.

    The Commonwealth tariff yielded nearly £40,000,000 during the year 1925-26, and of this sum only about £16,000,000 was received from protective duties, the balance being made ...

    Article : 172 words
  28. RARE WHALES.

    The British Museum has been most interested in 120 whales which stranded in Dornoch, Firth, and sent several experts to the scene. ...

    Article : 161 words
  29. PASSENGER TRADE.

    It was announced yesterday that the Adelaide S.S. Co. Ltd. had definitely decided to re-enter the interstate passenger trade. An order has been placed with the firm ...

    Article : 239 words
  30. 2FC, LIMITED.

    2FC, Ltd., has been registered with a capital of £50,000 to take over from Farmer and Company, Ltd., the whole of the broadcasting now undertaken by the latter company ...

    Article : 192 words
  31. COMMONWEALTH SHIPS

    In reply to a question by Mr. E. C. Riley (N.S.W.) in the House of Representatives to-day, Mr. Bruce, Prime Minister, said that the estimated result of the operations for the ...

    Article : 117 words
  32. DETECTIVE'S ARREST.

    when the charge and counter-charge of assault, preferred against Detective Lionel Slater and Inspector Wy[?]e Nation, were heard at the Adelaide Police Court to-day, ...

    Article : 150 words
  33. LORD MAYOR.

    A letter was road from the secretary of the Victorian district of the Australian Journalists' Association, at a meeting of the A.L.P. executive last night. In which it was stated ...

    Article : 126 words
  34. HELD TO RANSOM.

    The Moorish raiders who captured a party consisting of relatives of the Resident-General of French Morocco (M. Steeg) in the Atlas Mountains have surrendered their prisoners ...

    Article : 122 words
  35. BRITAIN'S DEBT.

    Mr. Churchill, Chancellor of the Exchequer, replying to a question in the House of Commons, said that the amount of the national debt at March 31 last, was £7,622,000,000, and ...

    Article : 100 words
  36. PLANE DAMAGED.

    P[?]ot Officer Thomas was making a landing on the Armidale Racecourse to-day, after a record flight from Brisbane, when his engine stalled, and, while he was making an ...

    Article : 55 words
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