Some teas have trebled their quotations, rubbers have doubled, and gold shares have risen 150 per cent. Most industrial shares record ...Article : 868 words
When her sulky was run down by a train at King's Crossing, Cowley Street, West End, Townsville, about 8 p.m. on Saturday and dragged for ...Article : 158 words
Our victory in the second test, however, has greater significance than our superiority over the English team. The performances of our Davis Cup ...Article : 1,283 words
This Christmas message was given by his Excellency the Governor (Sir Leslie Wilson), in a special broadcast from Southport on Sunday night. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 461 words
Defying a gusty south-easterly wind and showers, holiday-makers thronged the beaches to surf and swim in choppy seas and make the most of ...Article : 436 words
Following the trickle of fortunate ones who were able to leave on Friday, holiday makers surged from Brisbane on Saturday to every point in ...Article : 406 words
Marie Louise, the beautiful spy, who received world-wide publicity during the court-martial of Lieutenant N. Baillie-Stewart, and again in the ...Article : 222 words
The members of the Mowbray Park Life Saving Club effected prompt rescues at Burleigh Heads yesterday morning, when bathers who were ...Article : 331 words
The "Sunday Enquirer" states, despite denials by Mary Plckford's manager, that the actress, as soon ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 98 words
Burleigh Heads has proved a popular rendezvous for thousands of Christmas visitors, and the crowd is far in excess of any previous holiday ...Article : 446 words
Rain ruined Christmas Day for visitors to Redcliffe. Although boarding houses, hotels and residences were crowded, campers were wet and ...Article : 256 words
King Carnival was never more firmly enthroned than at the twin towns of Tweed Heads and Coolangatta during the present holiday ...Article : 336 words
The loss of the tennis tests is wording the critics especially M'Grath's defeat of Perry. They are uncertain whether the victory was due to Perry's ...Article : 136 words
There will soon be no need for guides for would-be suicides at the volcanic Millara Mountain, as the Government has approved plans for the ...Article : 164 words
Returning to the mainland after pluckily paddling his 9-foot canoe over a mile of rough water to warn five lads who appeared to be in ...Article : 200 words
One of the paradoxes of the situation is that while gold is disappearing from the sight of the ordinary mortal its production is increasing yearly ...Article : 104 words
The Commonwealth Controller-General of Customs (Mr. E. Abbott), his daughter, and son-in-law, and small grandson had a remarkable escape ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 218 words
Campers located at the many sheltered mainland holiday reserves fronting the southern portion of the bay, had their spirits very much damped ...Article : 147 words
The Senate by 196 votes to 46 voted the Finance Bill, which balances the budget. The Chamber of Deputies finally ...Article : 42 words
Gold was quoted in London on Saturday at £6/6/4 per ounce fine. The dollar-sterling exchange rate was 5.10[?]. ...Article : 25 words
"Reynold s Newspaper" states that the reason for Mr. E. Darnley's resignation from the chairmanship of the Discovery" research committee is his ...Article : 125 words
A heavy gale last night and to-day made conditions unpleasant for holiday makers, and those camping in exposed situations, had to move to ...Article : 71 words
Christmas was celebrated quietly in Toowoomba to-day. After the late shopping night on Friday and the morning spent on Saturday ...Article : 225 words
Southport is experiencing a record Christmas, the number of visitors being considerably more than during previous years. The thousands who ...Article : 600 words
WET CHRISTMAS.—"Home was never like this" and "thank goodness for that," were the comments of this camper at Redcliffe yesterday as he hurriedly dug a trench round his tent in on deavour to set rid of the water which accumulated during the heavy rain. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 46 words
Leaden skies and cold weather, with passing showers, prevailed in Warwick during the week-end. Although the rainfall was not large, it interfered ...Article : 126 words
When the Albury express was near Wodonga on Saturday on its run from Melbourne it ran down a motor railway trolly, on which, it was stated, ...Article : 136 words
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