Consideration of the Federal Budget for the fiscal year 1933 is attracting more attention than any other activity at the Capitol just now, as ...Article : 289 words
That position, said Mr. Lyons, was due to the fact that the people of the Commonwealth had been wise and patriotic enough to make immediate ...Article : 449 words
The need for continued unity in the Labour Party was emphasised by the Premier (Mr. W. Forgan Smith) in his response to the toast of his health, ...Article : 761 words
The Home Secretary (Mr. E. M. Hanlon) is studying a draft of new regulations that will define more clearly the rights of State inspectors ...Article : 227 words
This conclusion is shown in an analysis of the competitive incidence of Japanese imports made available to-day by the Customs Department. ...Article : 498 words
Protests against the State Government's proposal to erect a building in Anzac Square having shop fronts and coloured awnings, and against the ...Article : 637 words
We are the first aerial milkmen. To-day we flew to Bathurst Island, and on our return carried four quarts of milk from the mission station there ...Article : 760 words
As a preliminary to the hearing of the application to review the adoption order made at Sydney on August 11 in respect of Philip Hargreave, the ...Article : 368 words
The value of scoured and greasy wool exported from Australia during the four months ended October 31 was nearly £6,000,000 more than for the ...Article : 95 words
If Newfoundland had been affowed to default the prestige and position of the other Dominions would have been seriously affected, said the ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 490 words
The market ruled firm at the previous day's rates for all descriptions at the Sydney wool sales to-day. There was a very good selection, comprising ...Article : 158 words
A denial has been given by the Home Secretary (Mr. E. M. Hanlon) to a statement which appeared in an evening journal that the State ...Article : 298 words
"If only we could offer these breadbaking price cutters decent jobs in their trade, you wouldn't be able to see their heels for dust—running ...Article : 416 words
The Minister for Local Government (Mr. Spooner) to-day caused to be issued a proclamation removing from office all the members of the ...Article : 194 words
The President of the Relchsbank (Dr. Schacht), addressing the German Chamber of Commerce in Switzerland, declared that Germany would never ...Article : 156 words
THE SCHOLARS' REWARD.—Some of the 6000 prizes which were sent away yesterday to country children whose education is in the hands of the Correspondence School being loaded on a truck for delivery to the post office No doubt they will add to the happiness of the 6000 reciplents in the ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 57 words
"I am delighted to see that Mr, Shorter's generosity has already inspired a number of citizens to follow his example, and I trust that these ...Article : 306 words
Mr. J. D. Rockefeller, the famous financier and millionaire, who is 94 years of age, has been ill with influenza, and his family is much ...Article : 53 words
At noon to-day a fire broke out in the engineering laboratory of the Kyoto Imperial University, and within an hour the whole building was ...Article : 59 words
By a unanimous vote the Southport water authority to-day upheld the statement of its chairman (Alderman H. J. Wilson) that the authority was ...Article : 225 words
Humorous "strips" are among the most popular features of modern newspapers. Pop, for example, has enlivened the existence of millions of ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 100 words
The mysterious monster in Loch Ness, which now has been nicknamed "Bobby," has brought £5000 to the pockets of local tradesmen and hotel ...Article : 203 words
After long agitation Scottish militia regiments in Australia have at last been granted permission to wear the kilt. ...Article : 78 words
The aeronautical correspondent of the "Yorkshire Post" states that, provided the international situation remains unchanged, the Royal Air ...Article : 147 words
The flood danger is now past at Kerang. The Loddon River there has fallen steadily since yesterday, while the peak of the Pyramid Creek flood ...Article : 136 words
Unsuitable weather and bad visibility had delayed somewhat the aerial survey of the Culpa area in North Queensland for road ...Article : 120 words
Sales of the new weekly tram tickets on Monday raised the revenue for that day £1100 above the average for the four previous Mondays, and the ...Article : 96 words
The regulations to be issued under the Motor Spirit Vendors Bill, relating to the admixture of power alcohol and imported petrol, will not be ready ...Article : 94 words
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