Early yesterday morning a young man found portion of a body on the railway line at Henty. It was later identified as that of Mrs. Ethel May ...Article : 630 words
Britain is spending twice as much this Christmas as last year. The Bank of England thought that £15,000,000 of extra bank notes would suffice for the ...Article : 215 words
He believed that main roads were more serviceable than railways. It was hoped that in the not distant future Mossman and Cooktown would ...Article : 303 words
The state of the parties in the new House will be:— United Australia Party.. 25 United Country Party... 11 ...Article : 530 words
Great Britain won the Davis Cup from France this year, and three of her winning team—F. J. Perry, G. P. Eughes, and H. G. N. Lee—together ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 1,389 words
The Associated Press understands that the head of the new foreign trade committee (Mr. G. Peek) contemplates organising a special corporation to ...Article : 98 words
An important judgment, which may have a bearing on Australia, was delivered to-day when the House of Lords decided on an appeal that a clause ...Article : 335 words
Keen interest is being displayed here in a project foreshadowed by Japanese merchants in London, who propose the formation of an import guild to ...Article : 194 words
Again the Prince of Wales has demonstrated his deep interest in the industrial areas and their social and other activities. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 159 words
Tobacco, cigarettes, and c[?]garette papers, of a total value of about £60, were stolen by th[?]eves who broke into the premises of the Brisbane Cash ...Article : 178 words
"It is the urgent and serious duty of all ex-service organisations to tell the present generation what war really means, for few realise or appreciate ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 351 words
Referring to the decision of the House of Lords that preference to stockholders in the Adelaide Electric Supply Company Limited who reside ...Article : 364 words
"We were so heavily defeated in the first match that I think I would be unduly optimistic if I said we would win this match in Brisbane," said Mr. ...Article : 181 words
Squadron Leader Bert Hinkler's estate is valued at £12,181, made up almost entirely of bank deposits and war bonds in Queensland. As there ...Article : 284 words
The dissolution of the Burrum Shire Council, and the election of a new council, is sought in a petition which is being prepared for presentation to ...Article : 167 words
After encountering the worst weather the captain had experienced on the Australian coast, the R.M.S. Narkunda arrived at Hobart from Sydney at 3.30 ...Article : 232 words
France, for the second time, formally defaulted in payment of the instalment of its war debts to-day. The French Ambassador, M. La Boulaye, ...Article : 125 words
When they open their eyes on Christmas morning two prominent Brisbane business men will look upon the world with the happy knowledge ...Article : 186 words
The 10,000 ton cruiser Astoria was launched at the Puget Sound Navy yard to-day, and for the first time for 13 years a Government craft was ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 99 words
"There can be no certainty that creditors will enforce this interpretation with regard to Australia's bonds," said Mr. B. H. Molesworth, M.A., ...Article : 161 words
[?]llan Haysom (24), theological student at St. Francis's College, Nundah, was courageously rescued from drowning yesterday afternoon by Mr. ...Article : 199 words
"I broke the window as a protest, because I had been refused rations for myself and four starving children," said Mrs. Annie Moyle, of Elder ...Article : 192 words
Fourteen children are known to have been killed and 80 injured when a train, which was leaving Posen station crashed into a stationary train. ...Article : 84 words
Lord Luke, presiding at a meeting of Bovril (Australian) Estates to-day, recalled the shock which the company received in June by the Federal ...Article : 200 words
Mrs. Sarah Evelyn Semlitzky (23); of Albert Street. St. Peters, fell from the Harbour Bridge yesterday morning, and died from her injuries. ...Article : 146 words
(From the "Sydney Morning Herald" expedition to the Northern Territory.— Published by special arrangement.) CHARLEVILLE, December 17. ...Article : 122 words
As the fishing launch Maple Leaf, in charge of Robert Jordan, was crossing the bar at Tweed Heads about 3.30 o'clock yesterday morning Jordan and ...Article : 74 words
There are on sale Christmas cards which, printed in English, have been specially designed for patriotic Nazis to send to their friends in England. ...Article : 81 words
The suicide death rate in England and Wales last year was the highest on record, being 143 per million, compared with 129 per million in 1931, that ...Article : 55 words
A meeting of the Master [?] Association last night unanimously decided that there would be no change in the prices charged for bread ...Article : 50 words
Mrs. Frances A. Hinkler, the mother of the late Squadron-Leader Hinkler, this evening expressed surprise that he had left such a sum of money. ...Article : 54 words
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