The huge financial organisation left in trust by the late Herr Stinnes in Germany has experienced an extremely rapid breakdown, and many ...Article : 290 words
Although there has been an absence of riots in Shanghal during the past few days, the widospread nature of the student disturbances is indicated by ...Article : 767 words
It is now generally admitted by members of the Ministry that the State Government has differed defeat as the result of the elections. Whether the ...Article : 670 words
Speaking at a civic reception last night, the Minister for Lands (Mr. M'Cormack), dealing with the question of the influx oE aliens, said that a serious position ...Article : 688 words
The following message from the Farm indicates that Captain Roald Amundsen and his [?] companions may have run into a snowstorm soon after they ...Article : 197 words
As stated in the stop-press column of the "Courier" on Saturday, a second five broke out in the building owned by Messrs. Henry Dean and Son. Roma-street, ...Article : 484 words
At sailing time last night it was found that the crew of the Ccoma was four firemen shcrt, as a result of which it was impossible for the vessel ...Article : 237 words
Germany experienced an unpleasant shock by the note from the Allies on disarmament Some of the demands are described as ridiculous and trivial. ...Article : 205 words
Captain Amundsen's expedition ships, the Hobby and the Farm, are patrolling the ice barrier, on the lookout for the missing explorers. ...Article : 29 words
The Allies' note was an unpleasant shock for Germany, according to an official spokesman, who said that the Government regarded the situation most ...Article : 189 words
The Chamber of Deputies was crowded on the occasion of the special sitting to celobrate the 25th anniversary of the accession of King Emmanuel A proposal ...Article : 123 words
The first direct result of the deregistration of the Seamen's Union is the decision on Saturday of the Australian Commonwealth line to man the vessels Dilga ...Article : 403 words
The gilt-edged security section of the Stock Exchange is suffering from a severe attack of indigestion, its absorbing powers being insufficient to assimilate the ...Article : 661 words
The Chamber of Deputies to-day ratified the treatics of Versailles, Ncuilly, and Trianon, by 243 votes to 6. ...Article : 25 words
Parties of travellers confirm the previous account of the attempt on the Royal train, which, it appears, was due to start to Madrid from [?] when a bomb ...Article : 157 words
So far as the Federal Cabinet is concerned finality has been reached with the preparations for the opening of the last session of the present Parliament on ...Article : 463 words
Of the nine men found guilty of complicity in connection with the murder of the late Sirdar (Major-General Sir Lee Stack) eight were sentenced to death ...Article : 59 words
Sir George Buchauan, who was Commissioned by the Federal Government to report on the harbours and ports of Australia, has returned to Melbourne from ...Article : 187 words
The modest and devoted Trappist monk, Father Apollinaris busied himself in roadmaking for his Order in the time of Robert Louis Stevenson, and good was the ...Article : 623 words
Labour won, four seats in Denison, and the Nationalists two. This should give the Labour Party a majority of two in the new House. ...Article : 32 words
The Central News correspondent at Perpignan says that, the bomb discovered in the Sities tunne had the most ingenious electrical connections. Plans of ...Article : 112 words
Following immediately upon the deregistration of the Seamen's Union, the crew of the A.U.S.N. Co's steamer Wyandra delayed the vessel for about ...Article : 796 words
The Chinese student body in Tokio this afternoon presented a resolution to the Foreign Office, in which, they demanded, among other things, that the Japanese ...Article : 132 words
Scotland Yard reguards the discoveries in Earl's Court as the most important in recent year. All the latest forging devices were used, some of them being ...Article : 216 words
A revised list of delegates from the United Kingdom to the Empire Press Union counference to be held in Australia includes Viscountess Burnham ...Article : 100 words
While still protesting loyalty to the principlcs of the late Dr. Sun yat Sen and Kuo Min-tang, the A Yunnanesc Generals, Yang Hsi-min and Lau Chun-wan, ...Article : 452 words
Flight Commander di Pinedo, the chief of the Italian Air Staff, left Albany at 8.15 a.m. on Saturday morning, and arrived at Israelite Bay, 350 miles distant, ...Article : 143 words
A factor in the Earl of Derby's proposal to sell the township of Bootle, which came into the possession of his family in the eighteenth century, is that ...Article : 159 words
At the sitting of the Commission inquiring into the effect of Federation on Western Australia, the West Australian representative, referring to the export of ...Article : 124 words
The Spanish headquaters has planned a general attack against the Riffs during the present month. The whole of the war fleet of [?]eroplanes will participate. ...Article : 80 words
At a meeting of the Wagga Municipal Council the Mayor said that although the damage done by the flood to the council's roads and property had not yet ...Article : 155 words
There are many, doubtless, who intend contributing to the fund which is being raised for the dependants of the late Chief Justice ...Article : 126 words
The Leader of the Riffs (Abd [?] Krim) organised a violent offensive against the French position on the Taounat[?] Plateau, at first slightly bearing ...Article : 48 words
The representative of the Australian Press Association at Geneva states that, during the debate on the question of night work in bakeries, Mr. M'Neil ...Article : 93 words
Mr. Hardaere and party, who motored overland from Warwick, Queensland, arrived last night. They are returning by the steamer Montoro, which left at ...Article : 69 words
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