COLONEL OSWALD WALTER WATT, who served throughout the war, and had a most distinguished aerial record, was drowned at Bileola Beach. near Newport, on Saturday morning. The news created general regret, for he was exceedingly ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 412 words
Our cover drawing this week has reference to the "All Australian Week" displays organised by the Chamber of Manufactures. It shows one stage of the making of steel, a great industry especially identified with the Broken Hill Proprietary works at Newcastle. Encouragement to steel-making stands clear of all political disputation. It has a national significance, and bears directly upon the defence problem. ...Article : 268 words
ON Sunday last Empire Day was celebrated with a religious service in the Domain under the auspices of the King and Empire alliance. Our picture shows Mr. John Stinson, who presided, addressing the gathering. Addresses were also delivered by ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 125 words
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