The comparison was made yesterday by the head of a busy Queen Street store whose premises were full of eager purchasers at 10 a.m., an hour ...Article : 629 words
In a leading article, the "Times" says that no message could have been more seasonable and welcome to lovers of justice than the verdict in the ...Article : 341 words
The Vice-regal party was met at Currumbin Creek Bridge by the Mayor of Coolangatta (Alderman S. W. Winders) and the members of the ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 1,197 words
It has been revealed "beyond doubt" that the signals were all clear for the on-coming Strasbourg express Seals placed on the signal apparatas ...Article : 314 words
Leonard Wells (18), son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Wells, of Warialda, was drowned in the Gwydir River, near Gravesend, yesterday afternoon. He ...Article : 123 words
The Brisbane City council is gradually providing current from its own power house at New Farm to the suburbs of Brisbane. The year now ...Article : 491 words
The beach was crowded for The Courier-Mail sand garden competition at Mooloolabah yesterday afternoon. So much did the spectators appreciate ...Article : 134 words
Although the tropical cyclone centred off Willis Island had not changed its position appreciably up to 8 o'clock last night, the divisional meteorologist ...Article : 410 words
A sand garden competition was held this afternoon on the Scarborough Beach, under the auspices of the Courier-Mail. More than 1000 persons ...Article : 91 words
Apparently having been struck by a motor car, the body of Alexander Stephen McIntosh (65), was found lying at the side of the main road between ...Article : 139 words
The Paris correspondent of the "Times" says that further details of the railway disaster at Lagny confirm the impression that the ...Article : 348 words
Sunshine and a fresh breeze prevailed at Redcliffe to-day Tents were opened up and clothing and bedding was hung in the breeze. ...Article : 346 words
Handling a desperate situation with commendable coolness, a 14year-old boy saved a frantic girl from drowning in the Ithaca baths ...Article : 221 words
Three hundred passengers are wanted for the first circumnavigation of Australia by a luxury liner. Tentative arrangements have been made by ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 454 words
An accident, which was attended by fatal results, occurred last night on the Macknade—Bemerside Road. While a motor lorry, which was being ...Article : 312 words
The railway traffic superintendent (Mr. S. Green), said yesterday that the wet weather of the last few days had badly affected the usual holiday ...Article : 121 words
The leaders of the German Church agreed to a Christmas truce, and with only one exception no reference was made from the pulpit to the recent ...Article : 252 words
Brisbane's "boom" Christmas has been paralleled by the experience of Sydney, where directors of the big stores were unanimous that the ...Article : 529 words
Southport is still thronged with visitors. Many arrived to-day to fill the vacancies caused by departing guests. ...Article : 158 words
The number of passengers carried on the Brisbane trams last week was 83,691 higher than in the corresponding week of 1932. The revenue, as ...Article : 186 words
To-day broke gloriously fine, but light showers occurred at infrequent intervals later in the day. The amount of rain which fell over the holidays ...Article : 56 words
To-day Harry Green (11), of Collingwood, fell off a cliff in Studley Park, Abbotsford, 30ft., into the River Yarra, and was swept under branches ...Article : 78 words
A shocking rifle fatality occurred at Mount Hawthorn last night when a 303 rifle, which exploded accidentally, blew off the top of a man's head from ...Article : 96 words
The receipts from the toll on the Logan Bridge from Friday to 8 a.m. yesterday, were only £30 less than those for the corresponding period ...Article : 153 words
While he was target shooting near Hindmarsh Island yesterday, Alan Potter, of Norwood, was accidentally shot in the back of the head by a ...Article : 86 words
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