The biggest are in the history of Hull destroyed the London and North-Eastern Railway Company's Billingsgate market extension, completed only last ...Article : 78 words
The Paris-Warsaw express jumped the rails to-day while travelling fast through Buir station between Aix-la-Chapelle and Cologne. ...Article : 83 words
Representatives of the rour creditor powers worked hard all day considering the written reply demanded by the British Chancellor of the Exchequer (Mr. ...Article : 332 words
A distinct full in Chino-Russian operations on the frontier has been noticeable for 48 hours. It is unofficially reported that negotiations will shortly be ...Article : 133 words
The Graf Zeppelin, which is making a world tour, left Tokio at 3.15 p.m. on Friday en route for the United States, and was sighted off Point Reyes at 5.45 ...Article : 338 words
The position in Palestine during the week-end showed no improvement, and rioting between Jews and Arabs occurred in various centres, particularly Hebron and the suburbs of Jerusalem. At Hebron 45 Jews are reported killed ...Article : 322 words
A murderous attack was made on Mrs. Alice Smith, at St. Arnaud, on Sunday. The victim is the wife of Mr. James Smith, printer's foreman, of Bewley ...Article : 399 words
The Prime Minister (Mr. MacDonald) who flew from Lossiemouth to London yesterday, encountered unfavourable weather, and arrived at Hendon some ...Article : 184 words
Although the Italian air attache in London to-day notified Italy's withdrawal of her team from the Schneider Cup race, owing to the ...Article : 333 words
Worshippers waiting in Sandringham Church to see the Queen arrive were astonished to see the King also walking steadily, and scarcely using a ...Article : 53 words
Rather sensational circumstances surrounded an attempted robbery in Hobart yesterday afternoon, when three men eutered a small shop, situated at ...Article : 273 words
The hearing of evidence in the case against the seven union officials who are charged with having conspired to molest volunteer timber workers entered upon ...Article : 448 words
The Premier (Hon. J. C. McPhee) has for some time been very anxious to visit the West Coast by way of the overland route. Arrangements had been made ...Article : 220 words
Following a meeting here with President Hoover, the British Prime Minister (Mr. Ramsay MacDonald) may go to Ottawa in the second week in October ...Article : 80 words
Reports from The Hague take a hopeful view of the situation, and the fact that another postponement of the Conference of the six Powers was agreed ...Article : 169 words
Widespread looting occurred in the new fashionable Jewish suburb of Talpioth, where invaluable books and priceless manuscripts were destroyed. They ...Article : 331 words
While it is indicated that the State Department desires to hold aloof from interference in the Palestine situation, feeling that British control is adequate ...Article : 194 words
The financial correspondent of the "Morning Post" says: "In view of the report that more gold may be shipped from Australia, the present position ...Article : 135 words
The United States was definitely eliminated from the Schneider Cup race when Lieutenant Alford Williams, after repeated' failures, again failed to fly his ...Article : 40 words
Considerable mystery surrounds the appearance at the Pacific Trades Union Congress at Vladivostok of an Australian delegate named Mr. S. Carpenter, of ...Article : 120 words
Single-handed, in the semi-darkness of an attic room in a small Chinese house, Detective Moir, of the Municipal Police, this morning engaged seven of ...Article : 167 words
The president of the South Australian branch of the Returned Soldiers' League (Lieutenant-Colonel W. F. McCann), who was the chief Australian ...Article : 177 words
At the Central Police Court, Edward James Lloyd, 58 years, bank manager, was charged with having, on October 8, 1926, forged a cheque which ...Article : 126 words
In a judgment delivered to-day by the Chief Judge in Equity (Mr. Justice Harvey), George Alan Bond, formerly managing director of ...Article : 451 words
Polish Jews, especially in Warsaw, express humiliation at the alleged indifference and inactivity of the British authorities, A large number, chiefly ...Article : 60 words
The Chief Rabbi of Palestine (Dr. Kook) has cabled to Dr. Herz, the Chief Rabbi of England, as follows:— "Palestine Jewry is in the greatest ...Article : 251 words
The University expedition, consisting of Professors J. B. Cleland, T. Harvey Johnson, E. Harold Davies, Drs. T. D. Campbell, H. Kennith Fry, and Messrs. ...Article : 254 words
The increase in rates to be made by the Postmaster-General's Department foreshadowed by the Federal Treasurer (Dr. Page) in his Budget speech amounts ...Article : 225 words
Writing to a friend in Hobart, under date July 24, the Rev. C. G. Williams, who led the Tasmanian contingent, which journeyed to England to attend ...Article : 236 words
As the result of a collision between a motor-car and a tramcar at the corner of North Terrace and West Terrace, city, yesterday afternoon, four adults ...Article : 196 words
For the first round of the amateur and the professional national championships to-day the weather was ideal. Thirty-six hole matches were the test, ...Article : 432 words
While passing the drapery stores of Cottle and Lovegrove, St. Vincent Street, Port Adelaide about 12.50 on Saturday morning, Constables W. C. ...Article : 146 words
The Full Court to-day unanimously decided to set aside the conviction against Justus Heindrick Behn, master butcher, who was fined £5 for ...Article : 96 words
It was learned to-day that the Canadian Pacific Railway Company is preparing plans for the visit of a tourist liner to Australia next year. The ...Article : 215 words
A new tariff guide on which officers of the Customs Department have been working for some time will be publlshed shortly. A sum has been provided ...Article : 170 words
The police are faced with the solution of two particularly brutal murders. A police constable was found with a terribly injured head at Golder's Green, ...Article : 154 words
The former inter-State steamer Bombala arrived at Albany at daylight this morning, after a belated run from Port Pirie, where she loaded 1,800 tons of ...Article : 161 words
The determination which the wellknown city architect, Mr. J. L. Ochiltree, showed on Thursday night to detain Donald Beaufort, whom he found on his ...Article : 117 words
While engaged on some excavations at the site of the Commonwealth Entomological Building, near Black Mountain, Canberra, workmen discovered a ...Article : 96 words
An argument between a man and a young woman in Market Street, Newcastle, shortly before 6 p.m. yesterday, ended sensationally, when the man, ...Article : 90 words
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