The so-called President of the Irish Republic (De Valera) has writen to the Prime Minister (Mr. Lloyd George), stating that before replying to the ...Article : 290 words
Glorious weather, though somewhat hot, prevailed at Birmingham to-day, when the Australian cricketers commenced a two days' match against Warwickshire. ...Article : 389 words
In the Senate to-day, Senator Millen told Senator Senior that the Cabinet was still considering the question of introducing a Public Service ...Article : 305 words
The section of the Commonwealth Public Works Committee inspecting the route of the proposed North-South railway reached New Crown Point station, ...Article : 876 words
The discussion by the Imperial Conference on the renewal of the Anglo-Japanese Alliance was commenced to-day. Memoranda prepared by the Imperial ...Article : 476 words
The indignation and resentment which are felt in Tasmania consequent on the fact that the operation of the coastal clause of the Navigation Act ...Article : 301 words
A tragic circumstance associated with the big fire at Messrs. Brown and Broad Ltd.'s timber yards at Newstead on Tuesday night developed yesterday, and keen ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 771 words
Prior to June there was much concern and apprehension regarding the approaching winter on the Downs. The absence of autumnal rains caused stock owners ...Article : 244 words
Shipping and other industrial dislocations having inconvenienced and delayed[?] delivery of the 1920-21 wheat crop, there has been some hesitation in places ...Article : 234 words
The death has suddenly occurred of Lady Randolph Churchill. Recently her foot was amputated as the result of an accident. ...Article : 142 words
It is officially announced that Douglas, the former captain of the English test team, has accepted the offer made him to play in the third test match at Leeds, ...Article : 236 words
Messrs. Douglas Cromie Watts (formerly Mayor of Darwin), Horace Cox (railway trade helper), and Robert Ardill (stevedoring clerk at the meatworks, and ...Article : 288 words
Commencing on the Tasmanian Farmers' Association's proposal to present a quantity of "Bawra" wool to Far Eastern nations, the "Yorkshire Observer" ...Article : 76 words
The abnormally mild autumn has persuaded some of the stone fruits trees to blossom, and to bear in mid-June. In Toowoomba and in the other centres, including ...Article : 134 words
A settlement of the conflicting claims of the railways against the Government is near. The railways will be permitted to issue bonds in part payment of their ...Article : 89 words
Although the Darling Downs Co-operative Dairy Company is able to report a successful year in some respects, there have been many handicaps to the farmer ...Article : 220 words
Playing against Yorkshire, J. B. Hobbs made 172 not out, and carried his bat throughout the innings of 294. For Oxford, R. H. Bettinglon scored 105 against ...Article : 111 words
The resignation of the Prime Minister (Signor Giolitti) was due to his loyalty to the Minister for Foreign Affairs (Signor Sforza), whose policy has caused strong ...Article : 77 words
In the House of Representatives, The Acting Prime Minister, in reply to Mr. Marr, said he feared that the Government was satisfying but few people ...Article : 1,822 words
The following are the Rugby League footballers chosen to represent Australasia in England: Full back, C. Fraser (Balmain); three-quarters, H. Horder ...Article : 154 words
As a result of a search made to-day by Customs officers on the steamer Hwah Ping, which has been in port for several days, 94 tins of opium were discovered, ...Article : 77 words
The New South Wales proposal to initiate and to establish an organised fund to assist farmers to feed their stock in drought time is one that should be ...Article : 155 words
The death is announced of ex-Senator John Ware, who came from Australia. For some years he was a prominent leader of the South African Labour Party. ...Article : 44 words
Ernest Walter Sicdel, aged 17 years, was brought before the Central Police Court to-day on a charge of having murdered his father, Ernest Hugo Siedel, at ...Article : 126 words
The Postmaster-General (Mr. Wise) is considering the question of whether it is possible to amend the Federal Public Service Act in such a way as to permit of ...Article : 350 words
In its second report, the Unemployment Commission, which was appointed by the Government, recommends the adoption of an extensive land ...Article : 70 words
Senator Millen. in the Senate to-day, read for the first time a Bill which has for its object the validation of the acts of James Walker when he was acting in the ...Article : 66 words
There is reported a recrudescence on the cattle tick, this time in the neighbourhood of Pratten. The Stock Department is taking vigorous steps to deal with ...Article : 318 words
The Cabinet to-day decided to recommend to the Executive Council that the death sentence imposed on Charles Speechley, for the murder of Constable ...Article : 46 words
The revolutionary flag was hoisted on the Russian Legation at Teheran on June 26, and in the evening, a parly was given in celebration of the event. ...Article : 34 words
The attention of the Home and Territories Department was drawn to-day to a cablegram stating that Anthony Martin Fernando, an Australian aboriginal, ...Article : 166 words
The Minister for Trade and Customs (Mr. Massy Greene) has consented to a Caucus representative being on the Board of Trade, and has asked the Federal ...Article : 45 words
John King, 52 years of age, who gave his occupation as an upholsterer, appeared in the City Court to-day on a charge of having, on or about June 12, murdered ...Article : 133 words
The well-known publishing house of Cassell and Co. will publish in August a volume of reminiscences of General Joseph Gordonn during his association with the ...Article : 156 words
Much public interest was shown in the Criminal Court to-day, when Henry Khyat, aged 19 years, a manufacturer, was charged with having attempted to ...Article : 115 words
Instructions have been given to the representatives of the New Zealand Lawn Tennis Association attending the annual meeting of the Australasian body to call for ...Article : 62 words
The Acting Prime Minister (Sir Joseph Cook) and several Federal members have received wires from the "Standard" newspaper at Darwin, stating that a ...Article : 52 words
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