A new superintendent is to be appointed at the Yatala Labor Prison. The present officer. Sir. F. E. Becker, will be found ...Article : 847 words
A man who the police have [?] dOubt is Albert Ernest Richards (28), the notorious criminal who escaped from ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 839 words
Defeating Col. Bell (Tas.) by one vote, Mr. G. H. Mackay (Qld.) secured the Ministerial nomination for the ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 552 words
There were no fresh cases of the mysterious malady which has smitten the Wallaroo Hospital, and tonight the condition of the ...Article : 420 words
The 19-years-old Countess of Jersey, formerly Miss Pat Richards, of Sydney, told an interviewer today on the Strathnaver. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 386 words
Owing, it is explained, to the serious financial position of the State, and difficulty in finding suitable land, the Government has Dr. Arthur Ross Clayton, of Moonta, told the court that he had seen Mrs. Cadd lying on a bed at her home. He saw wounds on the left arm, left chest, ...Article : 1,998 words
was sentenced to death by Mr. Justice Richards in the Criminal Court yesterday on a charge of having murdered ...Article : 783 words
Special Cable To "The Advertiser" SHANGHAI, February 16, 12.20 a.m. Five transports landed additional Japanese troops here this ...Article : 339 words
The War Minister today told press representatives he was pessimistic about the Shanghai situation. He feared it probably would be necessary ...Article : 60 words
Dr. T. C. Kohler has been recommended by Cabinet for appointment as honorary medical officer at the Wallaroo Hospital. He will co-operate ...Article : 39 words
Immediately following the landing of the Japanese troops at Shanghai, the foreign consuls further protested at the continued use of the ...Article : 49 words
Richard Hansford, 35, taxi driver, was accidentally shot dead between Yea and Trawool tonight, when out duck shooting. After a day's sport, ...Article : 91 words
The Canton citizens, fired with enthusiasm by the magnificent resistance offered the Japanese by the Chinese 19th army, are arranging ...Article : 75 words
Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Leslie Orme Wilson, who was Governor of Bombay from 1923 to 1928. has been appointed Governor of Queensland in succession ...Article : 95 words
Although tomorrow's ceremonies at the opening of Parliament will not be marked by all the traditional pomp, because of economy, the day promises ...Article : 189 words
Work in the new shaft at the North Mine is still in abeyance, because of a dispute between the management and contract miners over working ...Article : 131 words
The political correspondent of the "Daily Herald" refers to Japanese talk about a lightning attack on Singapore. He says Australian opinion ...Article : 61 words
"If the League Council persists in merely sticking fig leaves over the nakedness of Japan's aggression in China, it is certain the Disarmament ...Article : 241 words
There was a new development In the seamen's dispute at Fort Adelaide yesterday, when the coastal vessel Kopoola, which bad been lying idle for ...Article : 256 words
Once again the Government has triumphed in an attack by Syndicalist Labor, which secretly decreed a general strike in protest against the ...Article : 184 words
Employes of the Proprietary Colliery at Collie ceased work yesterday because a worker was discharged for absence from work on Saturday. A ...Article : 100 words
Alleging an oral promise "to be provided for during her life," Maude Winifred Smiley, of Mentone, spinster, brought an action today against ...Article : 206 words
Several questions relating to the Far Eastern situation were answered by the Foreign Secretary (Sir John Simon) in the House of Commons ...Article : 123 words
Fallowing the announcement that proposals were to be submitted to the African Congress for an expansion of the credit currency, which was ...Article : 347 words
The Union Steamship Company's steamer Wairuna, which was to leave for Napier tonight, has been held up because members of the crew refused ...Article : 71 words
The Geneva correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph" says the real interest in the Disarmament Conference lies in the undercurrents. All the chief ...Article : 202 words
Little seriousness was at first attached to the discovery of a bomb on Saturday night in the Basilica at St. Peter's Cathedral, behind the Pope ...Article : 97 words
The League Council today decided to appeal to Japan to reach a pacific settlement with China. There was a warm discussion on ...Article : 158 words
Enthusiasm for the 'New Guard is increasing in New South Wales, and the guard is now 100,000 strong. Eight hundred people attended a rally at ...Article : 106 words
The price fixed by the Commonwealth Bank for gold lodged at the Mint from February 8 to 12 is at a premium of 74 per cent, on the normal ...Article : 61 words
After a hearing of ten days, Mr. Justice Wasley in the Civil Court today awarded £2,046 damages to William John Cook Barr, of St. Kilda, who ...Article : 111 words
As it does not consider their existence necessary now. the Government has decided not to reconstitute the Parliamentary Committees. For each ...Article : 61 words
No motive for the double shooting tragedy at Elwood on January 20 was revealed at the inquest today into the deaths of David Anderson McKensie. ...Article : 60 words
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