Fears for the safety of the French schooner Korrigane have been allayed. When the auxiliary cutter Tui Vunilagi arrived at Suva his afternoon, Captain ...Article : 340 words
It is expected that the addresses of counsel to the Joint Select Committee inquiring into the receivability of Western Australia's ...Article : 545 words
Parliament House to-night was the venue for a demonstration by Canberra's unemployed, who marched in hundreds to the main ...Article : 270 words
The State Fuel Committee met to-day and discussed the advisability of establishing a central coal marketing board. ...Article : 63 words
A verdict of death from septicaemia was returned by the City Coroner (Mr. Oram) at the inquest on Elleen Verna Smith, which ...Article : 521 words
The first official statement regarding the recent exploratory tour of European capitals by British Ministers was made in the House of Commons last night by the Foreign Secretary. Sir John Simon said the visits to Berlin, Moscow, Warsaw and Prague, ...Article : 2,607 words
The House of Representatives adjourned at 5 a.m. to-day after one of the most unruly nights in its history. ...Article : 880 words
To improve the commercial relations between Japan and Australia and redress the present trade balance which is heavily against Japan, a delegation of ...Article : 184 words
The Minister for Health (Mr. H. P. Fitzsimons) announced to-night that he had received a communication from the Commonwealth Government regarding ...Article : 174 words
The Under-Secretary for Air (Sir Philip Sassoon), replying to a question in the house of Commons, said if all relative factors were taken into account he believed ...Article : 175 words
The reconstruction of the Council of Defence, on the lines of the Committee of Imperial Defence, on the recommendation of Sir Maurice Hankey, was ...Article : 249 words
The withdrawal from the Government's amending Immigration Bill of the clause which sought to impose on persons charged with being prohibited immigrants the onus ...Article : 242 words
Hints that some sinister force was at work to ruin Australian industries by means of the tariff were made in the Senate to-night by the Leader of the ...Article : 185 words
An S.O.S. "Hold filling rapidly," sent by the British freighter Tower Bridge, formerly the Badagry, caused three ships to steam towards it, but a later message ...Article : 139 words
The British Red Cross Society staged a demonstration of anti-gas defence measures and first-aid in chemical warfare at Chislehurst, [?]11 miles south-east ...Article : 165 words
The development of the Snowy River district on most ambitions lines is the objective of a scheme which has been placed before the Commonwealth and the ...Article : 201 words
Even into intervened to-day to make the murder trial at Guernsey more unusual. One of the 11 jurats fainted at the height of dramatic evidence, when a ...Article : 220 words
Miss Jean Batten, who intends flying to England, arrived at Camooweal this afternoon. Between Winton and Cloncurry she encountered a thick dust haze. ...Article : 69 words
To escape from a room of a residential at Bondi, in which he was cornered, late this afternoon, a suspect threw pepper in the eyes of the proprietress, Miss ...Article : 160 words
The British Embassy has protested to the Italian Government regarding the arrest of Mr. Hugh Montgomery, First Secretary to the British Legation at the ...Article : 110 words
Despite long sittings since Monday morning and the passage of numerous measures, the Federal Parliament was unable to complete its legislative ...Article : 530 words
Replying to the suggestion by the Home Secretary and the Archbishop of Brisbane (Most Rev. J. W. C. Wand) at a civic welcome extended her to-day that she ...Article : 101 words
Pending a definite proposal from the Premier of South Australia (Mr. R. L. Butler), aviation authorities are reluctant to discuss the prospects of a ...Article : 127 words
Alleging that the master had contravened the fishing regulations of New Zealand, Customs officers seized the New South Wales trawler Alfle Cam when it ...Article : 87 words
Hundreds of cattle were killed, and widespread damage done to crops by enormous hailstones, during a cyclonic storm over an area of eight square miles, ...Article : 63 words
Rear-admiral Byrd has arrived here, on route to the United States, from Antarctica. ...Article : 24 words
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