The Prime Minister (Mr. Ramsay MacDonald) made a statement in the House of Commons to-day regarding the recent naval negotiations with the United States. The Ministry, he said, had decided to suspend the construction of two ...Article : 183 words
Well-informed circles in Nanking report that the Chinese Minister in Berlin has been informed by the Soviet Ambassador (M. Krestinski) that the Soviet ...Article : 179 words
Thousands of people overflowed Westminster Abbey to-day at the Boy Scouts' jamboree festival service, which was attended by representatives of 65 ...Article : 425 words
The annual meeting of the Tasmanian Paper Pty. Ltd. was held at Collins House this morning. The only business transacted was the presentation of the ...Article : 745 words
In response to a request from Lord Lloyd (High Commissioner of Egypt and the Sudan), the correspondence between him and the ...Article : 1,281 words
Matters of vital and outstanding interest to the primary industry of Tasmania were discussed at the annual meeting of the State Council of the Agricultural Bureau, which was begun at Launceston yesterday. The morning session was occupied ...Article : 395 words
The Moscow correspondent of the British United Press Association says that an official report from Khabarovsk, in Siberia, states that 16 White ...Article : 138 words
Mr. MacDonald said he was now in a position to make a statement of the immediate intentions of the Government regarding the naval building ...Article : 1,058 words
In reply to further questions, Mr. MacDonald said that the Singapore naval base would be included in the general survey. ...Article : 101 words
In the House of Commons to-day, the Foreign Secretary (Mr. A. Henderson) was asked whether, since both Russia and China were signatories to the ...Article : 225 words
In submitting its annual report, the State executive detailed a record of work accomplished. Prior to the formation of the Agricultural Bureau there ...Article : 5,795 words
The "Daily Telegraph," editorially commends Mr. MacDonald's statement on naval armaments. It says that criticism of the reduction in the building ...Article : 91 words
It was stated to-day that the Board of Electors chosen by the Anglican Diocesan Synod to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Archbishop Lees had ...Article : 334 words
The President (Mr. Hoover) announced to-day that the construction of the three cruisers included in the 1929 building programme would be held up until ...Article : 370 words
The House of Lords to-day passed the Colonial Development Bill granting £1,000,000 yearly for developmental purposes in British colonies. ...Article : 115 words
Office-bearors of the College of Surgeons of Australasia for 1929 are as follows:— President, Sir Henry Newland: ...Article : 236 words
A tragic discovery was made on the arrival of the Bombay mail from Calcutta at Bilaspur, Central Provinces, early this morning, when Mr. W. Elder, ...Article : 105 words
Four nations have entered the competitions for the Schneider Cup, the aerial race trophy which Great Britain won from Italy last year, and which will be ...Article : 80 words
President Hoover to-day proclaimed effective the Kellogg Treaty for the renunciation of war, and congratulated "the entire world upon this additional ...Article : 65 words
A man and a woman were killed and 15 persons seriously injured by an explosion to-day in a potato-flour factory at Veendan, near Groningen. Many ...Article : 56 words
The proclamation was marked by an impressive ceremony, attended by Mr. Calvin Coolidge (former President), Mr. F. B. Kellogg (former Secretary of ...Article : 316 words
Mr. C. Cook, mailman to North Heemskirk, reports that the gale on Sunday night has brought down a number of trees across the Granville Tram. ...Article : 79 words
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