The letter containing the protest states that meetings of representatives of the bodies mentioned were held, and passed the following ...Article : 466 words
The Government's intention regarding the police inquiry report were given in the Legislative Assembly to-day by the Chief Secretary in response ...Article : 344 words
In reply to criticism of the restrictions of the imports of Irish beef cattle, the Minister for Agriculture (Mr. W. E. Elliot) said, in the House ...Article : 362 words
The "Times" Brussels correspondent says that the Belgian Chamber of Deputies is considering a Bill to provide £30,500,000 to fortify the Eastern ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 213 words
On the resumption of the hearing of the application in the High Court for a writ of habeas corpus in connection with the arrest of General E. ...Article : 712 words
The Australian pearling industry is threatened by the presence of Japanese, Koepang, and Aru Island pearl fishing poachers in AustraUan waters. ...Article : 656 words
The Foreign Secretary (Sir John Simon), in a discussion of foreign affairs in the House of Commons to-day, said that prompt and vigorous ...Article : 978 words
Shizue Hoshino, 17-year-old professional girl dancer, has been arrested by the police at Oshima on suspicion of having acted as a "suicide guide." ...Article : 115 words
Members of the Queensland Chamber of Manufactures want the Railway Department to reduce the freight on coal between Brisbane and Ipswich ...Article : 186 words
A sufficient number of aldermen of the Brisbane City Council remained in t[?]n yesterday to allow the council to approve an amendment of the ...Article : 509 words
Mr. A. G. Shand, secretary of the Master Butchers' Association, said to-day that the export of chilled beef was certain to be commenced on a ...Article : 273 words
In January last Mr. Coggins retired from the position of Sydney manager of the Dominion Steamship Line, and since then he has toured in ...Article : 369 words
A stewardess and six of the crew who were sleeping in their bunks were drowned when the Swedish steamer, Castor, of 569 tons, sank in two ...Article : 129 words
Economic and political problems confronting Australia will be discussed at a "summer school," which is to be conducted at Canberra from ...Article : 260 words
LATEST RECRUIT.—This little threeyar-old toddler is the latest [?] to the Slacks Bridge. She ap[?]d on parade in Brisbane yesterday for ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 25 words
The steamer Tjibesar, which came from Nagoya with a cargo of cement, went aground, and is unable to get off under her own steam. ...Article : 30 words
In the Legislative Council Mr. W. Angliss directed attention to the British proposal for branding meat, other than beef, exported to ...Article : 129 words
Six baboons brought to Australia by Dr. Leighton Jones for rejuvenation experiments, will be admitted by the Health Department, but they ...Article : 154 words
One solitary line from the Lowood district, offered and sold yesterday at 10/ a ton, practically marrked the close of rush deliveries of onions to ...Article : 223 words
For the first time for several years wheat growers will be without the first payment on the current season's wheat crop at Christmas. ...Article : 309 words
Two articles to appear in the magazine section of the "Sunday Mail" will illustrate extremes in Christmas shopping. One, with pictures, will describe ...Article : 203 words
An outbreak of typhoid fever has occurred in the sugar growing settlement of El Arish. One man has died and two have been admitted to Tully ...Article : 97 words
Messrs. James Warburg and Frank Vanderlip and Senator Thomas, at an Economic Club dinner discussed the conflicting phases of the monetary ...Article : 187 words
The Middlesex County Council has received a writ from the solicitors of Mrs. Stanley P. Broad, a New Zealand woman living in London, who ...Article : 84 words
The difficulty which has arisen through the mishap to the R.M.S. Cathay, in the matter of the transport of about 150 delegates from ...Article : 102 words
The Paris correspondent of the "Times" says that French opinion is not only becoming less and less inclined to consider ...Article : 239 words
A banana plant affected with bu[?] top was discovered on a farm at Valdora, near Mount Ninderry to-day. Although a careful search was made ...Article : 79 words
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