GREAT FUN attended the pouring of tea from an outsize teapot at the tennis tournament yesterday at Ashfield, in aid of the Crown Street Women's Hospital. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 26 words
London tea-parties will never again see a N.S.W. Agent-General pursuing what one of the three surviving Agents-General described as the chief job left for them. ...Article : 440 words
The shadow of civil war lies over Ireland again, declares " The Referee's'' Dublin correspondent. A ...Article : 296 words
MELBOURNE, Monday.--Shots were fired by a night watchman at the driver of a motor car ...Article : 304 words
THIS FORMIDABLE mascot from Garden Island watched die drumhead service yesterday in Government House Grounds. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 20 words
PLAYERS LEAPING for the ball in the Queensland v. Tasmania match at the Australian Rules football carnival. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 20 words
In a fiery speech at Woonona aggregate meeting of South Coast miners yesterday, Mr. "Bondy" Hoare, North ...Article : 258 words
But for the police, City Council employees would have found litle piles of sawdust to-day, instead of a telegraph pole, left ...Article : 59 words
TO-DAY'S entry coupon for "The Dumb Artist" contest will give many readers their last chance of entering for the ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 479 words
NEWCASTLE (1 a.m.), Monday.--A report was received by Newcastle police at midnight that Leslie Clements, of Falsey ...Article : 175 words
A CHASE through Redfern bystreets after a prisoner, at whom a shot was fired, late on Saturday night, was the climax ...Article : 279 words
Below is the second chapter of D. R. Jardine's book, "In Search of the Ashes," which is to be exclusively printed in "The Daily Telegraph" day by day, and on Sundays in the "Sunday Sun." ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 1,881 words
THE GOVERNOR (Sir Philip Game), at Parramatta, presenting the Mount Schanck Trophy to the 35th Battery. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 18 words
Half England's population, after drawing collectively £20,000,000 from the banks, has been on the move enjoying the Bank Holiday week-end. ...Article : 92 words
PERTH, Sunday.--Described as an effort to assist a comrade, and not as a demonstration against the Government, farmers in the Katanning ...Article : 132 words
ARMIDALE, Sunday.--At Dangar's Falls, near Armidale, Leslie George Way (19) was accidentally shot dead this morning by his mate. ...Article : 149 words
MEN OF THE British Ex-Service Legion marching through the gates of Government House yesterday to a drumhead service, which marked the commencement of Remembrance Week. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 29 words
Referring to the Carr-Dawson "head-line" agreement, Maurice Tate, writing in "Reynolds' Weekly," says: "I wonder what Australians think ...Article : 105 words
MILDURA, Sunday.--James Arthur Hawke, 50, fisherman, of Red-cliffs, has been arrested by Constable Leach on a charge of attempted ...Article : 159 words
Albert Robert Barnes, aged 43, a member of the firm of James Barnes, Ltd., was found shot dead in his office on Saturday night. ...Article : 91 words
During the opening of extensions to St. Kevin's Church, Eastwood, yesterday afternoon two barrels containing the butts of tickets in two ...Article : 120 words
BRISBANE, Sunday.--Henry Air, 68, was killed Instantly at Cadarga on Saturday, when his head was crushed by a falling tree. ...Article : 75 words
The Weather Bureau promises another chilly morning--you can blame it on yesterday's fine weather. Yesterday was fine and cloudless. ...Article : 131 words
NEWCASTLE, Sunday.--Bedlam reigned at a meeting of dog owners, breeders, and trainers in Newcastle district, held in Newcastle Stadium ...Article : 205 words
Max Cosyns, a former associate of Professor Piccard, the famous stratospheric expert, will himself make a voyage into the stratosphere on ...Article : 134 words
"FATHER'S DAY" is set down for September 16. There is a sporting chance that Father might get a new suit out of ...Article : 329 words
The Prince of Wales, after breakfasting on board the Royal yacht Victoria and Albert, left by air for the biggest Royal party at Cowes ...Article : 118 words
Half an hour after John Robey and his two children went to bed last night they had to dash for their lives from their burning home in ...Article : 94 words
MELBOURNE, Sunday.--A fruitless search has been made from Wye River to Cape Otway for a 24-foot fishing ketch, which set out ...Article : 90 words
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