"The statement that the chemists of Queensland have invested £15,000 in the Queensland College of Pharmacy and Chemistry is entirely ...Article : 738 words
Following a veterinary examination of the carcasses the council of the Smithfield Show cancelled the awards in the Galloway steers competition, ...Article : 146 words
Following official efforts to induce an evening journal to alter its decision to publish the answers to papers as they were released to the candidates ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 494 words
Sir Arthur Samuel told a representative of the Courier-Mail, apropos the debate on the Newfoundland Bill, that the ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 273 words
This was the reply given yesterday by the Assistant Minister for Defence (Mr. J. Francis) to a deputation from the Town Planning Association and ...Article : 828 words
Fog, for the first time, caused the abandonment of a match during the Australian Rugby League team's tour. On the Ilkley side of Leeds the ...Article : 144 words
"It is absolutely the biggest Christmas trading boom we have had," said the manager of one of the biggest Valley stores. "We bought in ...Article : 580 words
James Canning (35), employee of the Board of Works, was seriously injured this evening owing to a premature explosion in a sewer at Sunshine. ...Article : 90 words
Commenting on a statement by the "Daily Mail" that Uruguay was attaining perfection, judging by the latest shipment of chilled beef to ...Article : 280 words
Mr. R. F. H. Green, M.H.R., who dislocated his left shoulder, and fractured his thigh when he fell down a flight of steps at East Ballina on ...Article : 103 words
At Southport everything points to a record season. Many hotels and boarding-houses are now comfortably filled, and all of them have far ...Article : 893 words
In the middle of a debate in the House of Commons the whole chamber was plunged in darkness by the failure of the electric light. ...Article : 124 words
Mr, R. G. Hogarth, the surgeon who operated on Larwood's foot, says he thinks it is quite possible that Larwood will be able to bowl in the Tests ...Article : 146 words
THAT CHRISTIMAS GIFT PROBLEM.—Just now the city shops and stores are filled with anxious shoppers, all intent on obtaining "the gift that pleases." Just not it is becoming a pressing problem, for only two and a half more days remain before the shops close for the vacation. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 50 words
William James Sparkes, fisherman, of Redcliffe, had a narrow escape, when, following an explosion, his 24ft motor launch was destroyed by fire in ...Article : 155 words
The Premier and Treasurer (Mr. W. Forgan Smith) yesterday announced the date of the conference, which has been called by the State Government ...Article : 146 words
The death of the Dalai Lama of Tibet has removed a capable and forceful personality. The event is likely to be fraught with great importance in ...Article : 394 words
The Brisbane to Sydney express which passed through Grafton this evening was the largest train that has even travelled on the New South Wales ...Article : 77 words
Damage, which will probably amount to several thousands of pounds, was caused by a fire which broke out in Britelite's general store, in Murray ...Article : 84 words
The police narrowly averted another lynching in San Francisco today. An Italian named Umberto Guisti (35) killed his sweetheart, Emilia ...Article : 107 words
New babies are still arriving in the curious competition started by the will of Charles Miller, an eccentric lawyer, of Toronto. Miller, who left £1,000,000, ...Article : 90 words
Though a fair amount of damage has been done by wet weather and hail, Downs farmers generally agree that the season has been the best for ...Article : 146 words
Constable K. Smith snowea courage yesterday when he crawled under the flooring boards of a house to rescue a plumber, who had been overcome ...Article : 141 words
Records have been smashed, both individually and collectively, in field and mill in the Mackay district during the present season. Up to the ...Article : 154 words
At the Pan American Convention to-day the United States Secretary of States (Mr. C. Hull) gave a categorical promise that "no South ...Article : 258 words
The "Times" prints a letter signed by Viscount Buckmaster and Messrs. Bonham Carter and Foot, Ms.P., which, it is stated, the "News ...Article : 201 words
The object of the restrictions placed on the shipments of Australian butter to London was to prevent the overseas market from receding in price, ...Article : 191 words
The Legislative Assembly rejecten three amendments to the Reserve Bank Bill bearing on the rupee ratio to sterling, which will remain unchanged ...Article : 96 words
The Prime Minister (Senor Lerroux), in the course of a Ministerial address to the Cortes, announced that the Republic must be nationalist without ...Article : 81 words
The traffic constables were paraded before the Police Commissioner at headquarters to-day. In a short address to the men General Blamey said ...Article : 83 words
When questioned yesterday concerning the question of the formation of Scottish Regiments in Australia, Mr. Jos. Francis (Assistant Minister for ...Article : 91 words
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