The election campaign was opened tonight on all the northern fronts. While the Premier was making his policy speech at Cairns, Mr. W. H. Green, as Deputy ...Article : 1,369 words
President Harding has made plain his determination to stress the World Court issue this summer, with the assistance of members of the Cabinet. President ...Article : 96 words
Every possible effort with the available facilities is still being made by the authorities to gain some tidings of the Douglas Mawson, but up to last evening ...Article : 752 words
The Constantinople correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph" states that the Angora note to the Allies expresses satisfaction at the Allies' readiness to discuss ...Article : 210 words
His Excellency the Governor (Sir Matthew Nathan) arrived here by the Thallon mail train this morning at 8.30 o'clock, accompanied by Captain Hammond, A.D.C. ...Article : 261 words
The jury selected to design a monumental tomb to the heroes of Verdun is following the advice of Marshal Petain that the monument should be "simple, ...Article : 493 words
Wool sales were held to-day at the Sydney Wool Exchange, when the quantity catalogued totalled 9306 bales, and the sales, including private transactions, ...Article : 242 words
Advocates of the minimum wage laws have suffered a big defeat by a decision of the Supreme Court ruling as unconstitutional such a statute recently ...Article : 209 words
Arrangements are now being made to hold the Premiers' Conference on May 23. Replies have been received from the Premiers of Victoria, New South ...Article : 70 words
The Angora Assembly has rejected the Compulsory Marriage Bill, which the religious committee had approved, making it obligatory on all males to marry at ...Article : 87 words
The market for wool tops is firm, with no change in prices, but business is small. ...Article : 22 words
The undermentioned persons are wanted in connection with the estates of deceased persons. Any inquiry relating to one of the notices ...Article : 571 words
Public interest some weeks ago was aroused by the reported disappearance of Mrs. Ada Florence Overall from her home in Millgrove, a small township ...Article : 664 words
A curious accusation of witchcraft has been brought against an old woman at Milan, whom a mother accuses of causing her, son, Umberto, to become possessed of ...Article : 126 words
The High Commissioner for Australia (Sir Joseph Cook), replying to the National President of the British War Veterans of America, New York, sends ...Article : 58 words
A number of documents captured from Irish rebels disclose an exchange of views between rebel leaders in regard to the possibility of maintaining the struggle. ...Article : 117 words
The Dangerous Drugs Bill was read a third time in the House of Commons to-day. ...Article : 26 words
At a meeting of the Livingstone Council to-day Dr. H. E. Brown submitted a report regarding the recent visit to the Styx coal mine. He stated that he was ...Article : 548 words
The Democratic and Socialist parties have introduced a Bill to drastically reform the divorce law. Instead of the guilt of the husband or wife determining the ...Article : 113 words
The Irregulars have issued threatening notices upon the Dublin Press, and also the London offices of Irish newspapers, demanding that they cease inserting ...Article : 100 words
The Canadian Government has ordered a search to be made for an international fleet of narcotic traffickers operating off the Canadian coast. The Government ...Article : 79 words
The Premier of New South Wales (Sir George Fuller) has returned to London after a most enjoyable week-end at Chatsworth, in Derbyshire, one of the seats ...Article : 164 words
Major Orr and Major Anderson of the Seaforth Highlanders were sniped and killed while walking four miles from Landikotal on Sunday evening. The ...Article : 45 words
A pleasant gathering look place at the dining hall at the Roma-street railway yards last night, when, in the absence of the Commissioner, who was prevented ...Article : 375 words
Notwithstanding that rain was falling, enormous crowds assembled on the piazza at the Quirinal Palace on Saturday, on the occasion of the marriage of Princess ...Article : 218 words
Recently Alfred Charles Callanan was charged at the Kalgoorlie Sessions with robbery under arms at the Great Boulder Mine. Callanan put forward a plea termed ...Article : 122 words
The Sphinx Club of Paris, comprising distinguished persons who served in the war, and of which Lord Haig is president and Mr. W. M. Hughes is an ex-president, ...Article : 83 words
The monthly meeting of the parent centre committee of the Queensland Ambulance Transport Brigade was held on Monday, Mr. M. Baldwin in the chair. The ...Article : 263 words
The recent pronouncement of the Minister for Works, that policemen are exempt from the provisions of the unemployed Insurance Act, as their ...Article : 85 words
The magistrates at Sunderland, Yorkshire, have placed an embargo on a 24 hours non-stop dancing contest, on the ground that it is an "idiotic exhibition ...Article : 39 words
The Washington correspondent of the "Sun" declares that President Harding has returned to find the State and Navy Departments clashing on the question of ...Article : 178 words
In October last the Asistant Home Secretary (Mr. Stopford) and members of the Livingstone Shire Council paid a special visit to the Sand Hills, which cost over ...Article : 260 words
Engineer G. F. Eliott, of the Harbours and Rivers Department, in a letter to the Under Secretary to the Treasury, with reference to the proposed erection of a jetty at Oyster Point, ...Article : 254 words
Lloyd's register of quarterly shipbuilding returns shows that, after deducting 181,000 tons, on which work was suspended, the total tonnage under construction, in ...Article : 90 words
The Queensland division of the Wireless Institute of Australia conducted the usual weekly broadcast from the Broadcasting Station—the Tower old Fire ...Article : 105 words
A meeting of electors was held in the Technical Hall yesterday afternoon to hear an address by Mr. E. T. Bell, member for Rosewood. There was a large ...Article : 626 words
Messrs. Thornton and Murtagh, auctioneers, Nambour, advise that the Highworth Jersey sale, which was sold by public auction on Thursday, on account ...Article : 80 words
The junior branch of the Royal Society of St. George met in St. Luke's Hall, Charlotte-street, on Saturday. Reference was made by Mrs. Lang to the loss sustained by the death of Miss, ...Article : 86 words
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