The Governor-General has received advice that the King has been pleased to confer the lollowing Commonwealth honours:— ...Article : 636 words
Bananas are cheaper in Melbourne than they are in the capital of one of their home States, because New South Wales growers flooded the Victorian ...Article : 273 words
Much indignation is felt by British investors at the manner in which they have been treated by Germany in regard, to medium and long-term debt ...Article : 398 words
An extension of price control in the United Kingdom and throughout the Empire is advocated by Mr. F. A. Cushon, chairman of the Downs ...Article : 408 words
Foreigners living at Amoy and Foochow have been advised by the Nanking Government to evacuate those cities as soon as possible in view of ...Article : 161 words
Discarding his military uniform, without which he had never previously received an interviewer, the Minister for War (General Arakil gave a ...Article : 1,093 words
The Moscow correspondent of the 'Manchester Guaidian' says that M. Litvinoff (Commissar for Foreign Affairs), in his address to the ...Article : 172 words
General E. O'Duffy, in a speech at a graveside, in the presence of 2000 Blue Shirts, appealed to the President of the Executive Council (Mr. E. de ...Article : 44 words
The political parties are unable separately to dislodge the National Government, and are endeavouring to bring about an amalgamation into a ...Article : 206 words
According to the "Sunday Dispatch" Mr. Douglas Fairbanks is joining the board of directors of the London Film Productions as a sequel to a ...Article : 41 words
Sir John Higgins was chairman of the Central Wool Committee from its inception m 1916 to the completion of its work in 1932. During the war he ...Article : 1,641 words
As a broadminded catholic—a high churchman of wide sympathy—the Rev. J. W. C. Wand is regarded by churchmen in Brisbane as a notable ...Article : 900 words
Marshal Chang Hsueh-Liang, who is hurrying back to China, was interviewed by The Courier-Mail's special representative. ...Article : 140 words
Oriel College, Oxford, was lounded in 1324, by Adam de Brome, almoner to Edward II. It has thus existed for nearly 600 years; but its golden period ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 362 words
Major H. A. Proctor (Conservative), in a statement concerning the imminent withdrawal of the Japanese delegation from India, says that ...Article : 116 words
Reports which came to had this afternoon assert that the Nanking forces have captured Yenping but the Fukien forces are offenng a stiff ...Article : 126 words
Miss Marjorie Grosvenor, M.B.E., the Prime Minister's confidential typiste, has the distinction of being the first woman member of the Public Service ...Article : 345 words
Detectives, who are probing the mystery of the Murrumbidgee murder, questioned a number of women who are living in camps occupied by dole ...Article : 125 words
Released temporarily at least from the pnp of ga'e and fog. Pear-Admiral Byrd's ship, the Jacob Ruppert, today leached the Antarctic circle ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 144 words
A earning has been issued against persons travelling to Mt Isa in search of work, as there is ample labour offering. ...Article : 163 words
The search for the ratlent, Who escaped from the Goodna Mental Hospital early on Sunday, December 24, has been intensified. ...Article : 124 words
Fish supplies and prices are expected to return to normal on Wednesday or Thursday. The scarcity of fish last week, it is ...Article : 86 words
The President of Paraguay (Dr. E. Ayala) has consented to prolong for eight days the armistice with Bolivia. This will ensure peace until January ...Article : 54 words
Please choose from the following download options:
Share this item on:
Print page as...
The National Library of Australia's Copies Direct service lets you purchase higher quality, larger sized photocopies or electronic copies of newspapers pages.
Clicking on the Order now button below will open the ordering form in a new window which will allow you to enter the details of your request.
You need to login before you can save preferences.
|Date modified||Old Lines||New Lines|
To help safeguard the users of this service from spam, we require you to enter the characters you see in the following image.
If you can't read the image, click here to listen to the same characters being read.
If you don't want to see the user tests again, sign up for an account - it's free and only takes 2 minutes!
With an account, you can:
To use this feature, your browser must have cookies enabled.