The subscriptions received yesterday to the fund opened by "The Mercury" for the relief of sufferers from the bush fires brought the total ...Article : 393 words
A five-set double, including a set of 30 games, was the big feature of the fourth tennis test at the Memorial Drive courts to-day, when ...Article : 435 words
The question whether the New South Wales branch of the Australian Workers' Union should reafflliate with the Lang Labour Party will probably be ...Article : 283 words
Sydney was the centre of a cyclonic disturbance to-day following a tempestuous night. The rain was almost continuous, and from 9 o'clock this ...Article : 461 words
The need of a more satisfactory method in determining the grants made te States was stressed by the Chief Secretary. (Mr. C. E. W. ...Article : 1,049 words
Everybody who takes an interest in the hobart Regatta, and there are few who do not, will be delighted with the news that His Majesty the King has been graciously pleased to authorise the use of the prefix Royal. The association will ...Article : 249 words
That an Australian-built monoplane now in course of construction for entry in the centenary air race was likely to fly from London to Melbourne in three ...Article : 384 words
Although the absence of the Australian Squadron from the Royal Hobart Regatta is a matter of regret, the public may be assured that there will be ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 2,336 words
Dr. R. J. Tillyard, Chief of the Division of Economic Entomology of the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, Canberra, has applied for ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 425 words
Some tarradlddles told in Australia concerning certain entrants for the centenary air race are successfully dismissed in the current issue of "The ...Article : 205 words
An official announcement will probably be made early next week of the selection of the Minister for External Affairs (Mr. Latham) as ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 177 words
At a meeting of the Lawn Tennis Association of Australia to-day it was decided to allow £375 towards the expenses of Mrs. Crawford, who will ...Article : 110 words
Definite dislocation of the railway traffic southward has resulted from the Burdekin River, the waters to-day being yards over Inkerman bridge and ...Article : 159 words
Following the statement by the Acting Premier (Sir Walter Lee) relative to relief to sufferers from bush fires, the manager (Mr. S. R. Adams) of the ...Article : 95 words
Lieut.-Colonel Shelmerdine, Director of British Civil Aviation, has completed an agreement with the Italian air authorities which will enable the ...Article : 65 words
The Stratosphere Balloon Commission reports that the barograph of the Sirius is intact. It shows that the balloon, which was wrecked and the ...Article : 56 words
Prince George will travel to Australia in H.M.S. Sussex. The Prime Minister (Mr. Lyons) received a message from the British ...Article : 256 words
A statement was made yesterday by Mr. J. Milne Counsel, secretary of the National Campaign Council, on behalf of the organisations controlling National ...Article : 301 words
Tasmania will be represented at the major conference of States in Melbourne this month by the Acting Premier (Sir Walter Lee) and Attorney. ...Article : 203 words
A meeting of the committeee of the Hobart Regatta Association was held at the Town Hall last evening. Mr. J. G. Turner presided, and others present were ...Article : 142 words
Mr. P. J. Strutt (Under Treasurer) submitted statements regarding State shipping, and the pensions chargeable to the State Sinking Fund. He said that in ...Article : 654 words
A Portsmouth butcher, Mr. G. A. Cooper, a heavy purchaser of Australian meat, who has already presented a cup for the South Australian lamb ...Article : 73 words
The 29th annual Lindisfarne regatta will be held in the picturesque transDerwent Bay this afternoon, when an interesting programme of rowing, ...Article : 120 words
The historic wireless mast at the Admiralty broadcasting station at Waltham, near Grimsby, crashed this evening after being 70 hours ablaze. ...Article : 47 words
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