Two expeditions which are bound for the Great Barrier Reef reached Brisbane yesterday. They were the Brampton Expedition, which is to ...Article : 482 words
There was no ostentation about their arrival, and there was a complete absence of ceremony. There was nothing in the nature of an official ...Article : 575 words
Mr. Blaikie-Webster said last night that the company would begin to receive applications for employment on Wednesday, December 27. It would ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 843 words
Activities are spread over all parts of the Burnett, from Biggenden, at the south-eastern boundary, through Gayndah and Eidsvold on to Cracow, ...Article : 374 words
The Berlin correspondent of the "Daily Mail" says that a semi-official statement emphasises that the question of Germany's return to the League ...Article : 613 words
The British Museum Trust, with the approval of the Government, has agreed to the purchase from the Soviet Government for £100,000, a fourth ...Article : 702 words
Despite strong protests from General O'Duffy's counsel the application for a writ of habeas corpus in connection with his arrest was adjourned ...Article : 380 words
Mount Isa is rousing itself from the inertia that seized it when the mines wem closed a few weeks ago. The remnants of the population received ...Article : 246 words
Messrs. R. L. Cohen and K. A. Murray have completed a study of the effect of butter and cheese supplies on milk prices, and this has been ...Article : 132 words
With the object of ensuring cheaper and soeedier access to the law, a committee on law reform, under the chairmanship of Lord. Hanworth (Lord ...Article : 235 words
CAME PREPARED.—Probably one of the coolest onlookers at the second tennis Test match yesterday was the Governor (Sir Leslie Wilson), who was ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 26 words
"The Times," in an editorial commenting on the Latin play at Westminster School, mentions that in 1833 protests were made about hot ...Article : 107 words
The report of the British unofficial commission, which investigated the Reichstag fire, declares that it was impossible for Van der Lubbe alone to ...Article : 142 words
The company sought a wage rate of 23d. an hour, representing a reduction of 7/ a week on the present rate for the area. ...Article : 1,396 words
Vsicount Cecil, in an article, says tha[?] it is held in some quarters that the League's efficiency would be increased if the influence of the smaller Powers ...Article : 222 words
In the Stuart Ranges of South Australia there are people who inhabit caves—people who live primitively while seeking the fashionable fiery ...Article : 225 words
William Crocker, the solicitor whose investigations led to the conviction of Leopold Harris for fire insurance frauds, gave evidence at the ...Article : 150 words
Fire destroyed a sake brewery at Naganoken, at 1.30 a.m. to-day. Several employees were trapped in a dormitory, and 10 were burned to ...Article : 49 words
The only pal of William Lodes (37), who has been committed for trial at Lambeth on a vagrancy charge, is a white rat, which lived in his pocket ...Article : 79 words
The Prince of Wales played Father Christmas in the decorated dining room of York House at his annual party to 70 of the staff and their wives ...Article : 104 words
In the House of Commons Sir Basil Peto (Conservative) asked whether steps would be taken to prevent Australian eggs being offered in the retail ...Article : 80 words
The Prime Minister (Mr. R. MacDonald) stated in Parliament to-day that the British Government and the Indian Government had agreed to ...Article : 178 words
The Berlin correspondent of the "Times" says that 1700 courts have been established to examine people recommended for sterilisation, in order ...Article : 175 words
Because of the difficulty that New South Wales Ministers would have in making a trip to Tasmania the Constitutional Conference, which was ...Article : 106 words
Country children who are spending holidays in Linga Longa, Sandgate, the seaside home of the Queensland Country Women's Association, found engrossing occupation yesterday in examining the toys given to them by Santa Claus from the Christmas tree. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 38 words
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