In Brisbane the day was the most trying of the summer. The temperature was only 88.7deg., which was a fifth of a degree below the season's ...Article : 892 words
Officials of Impelial Airways, Ltd., state that the Apollo, the air liner which crashed at Ruysselede, in Belgium, on Saturday, did not hit a ...Article : 685 words
Judiciary action against high railway officials is to follow the Law Court's investigations into the railway disaster at Lagny on December 23, when 220 ...Article : 210 words
The national accounts for the first three-quarters of the current financial year (April to December), which were issued to-night, show that the ...Article : 593 words
In addition to being chairman of the board of directors of the Commonwealth Bank, Sir Robert Gibson, who died this morning, was associated with ...Article : 260 words
Brilliant scenes were witnessed in the West End ballrooms, hotels, and restaurants, while all classes throughout England had prepared special ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 731 words
Australia should achieve price control at home before attempting the bigger task of regulation of Empire butter prices—a task fraught with ...Article : 523 words
All records for traffic on the Pacific Highway were broken this afternoon, when the trek of returning holiday makers set in from the South Coast ...Article : 557 words
SIR EVELYN CECIL, G.B.E., P.C., a director of the Southern Railway, chairman of the Foreign and Colonial Investment, and other companies. He ...Article : 549 words
Deep regret at the death of Sir Robert Gibson was expres[?]ed last evening by the Premier (Mr. W. Forban Smith), who is at Southport. Mr. ...Article : 106 words
"The death of Sir Robert Gibson will cause a very severe loss in Australian banking circles," said the Deputy Premier (Mr. P. Pease) last ...Article : 144 words
Mr. R. A. Eden, who has held the position of Parliamentary Under Secretary to the Foreign Office since ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 109 words
"The death of Sir Robert Gibson leaves a gap which it will be hard to fill," said Mr. E. C. Riddle (governor of the Commonwealth Bank) to-night. ...Article : 134 words
"The world is bankrupt, and it lacks courage to face that fact and to put itself into the hands of a policy of receivership," declared Dr. Nicholas ...Article : 218 words
According to the Barcelona correspondent of the "News-Chronicle," the Civic Guard exchanged shots with five gunmen, who were attempting to ...Article : 106 words
The Premier (Sir Stanley Argyle) said to-day that the [?]eath of Sir Robert Gibson was a national loss to Australia. Financiers, manufacturers, ...Article : 124 words
The Paris correspondent of the "Daily Mail" advises that Monsieur Meccas, the head of a fashionable tailoring establishment, and Baroness ...Article : 60 words
The city celebrated its gayest and wettest new year since before prohibition to-night. Liquor flowed freely in cabarets, hotels, and restaurants. ...Article : 311 words
After having been 35 hours behind time, owing to the passengers by the Imperial Airways' machine from Brindis[?] to Calcutta having been delayed ...Article : 75 words
The Angora correspondent of "The People" states that a former Anzac lieutenant, who was found wandering at Gallipoli, suffering from ...Article : 217 words
With the improved weather conditions, Brisbane's fish famine should end to-day. Because of the bad weather along ...Article : 170 words
According to the Hague correspondent of "The Times" the Queen of the Netherlands has bestowed Knighthoods of the Order of Orange-Nassau ...Article : 57 words
Three visitors from Nanango had remarkable escapes from serious injury when a motor car in which they were travelling came into collision with a ...Article : 157 words
Steel-helmeted and gas-masked troops formed a reserve to a strong force of civic guards which lined the main streets of Clonmel, when ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 144 words
Mischievous propaganda from Japan threatens to wreck the Indo-Japanese trade negotiations, which have been drawn out so long that they are ...Article : 146 words
Don. Luis Companys, aged 50 years, a Republican journalist and lawyer, has been elected President of Catalonia, in succession to the late Colonel ...Article : 40 words
Many well-educated girls are applying to be enrolled in the crew of a ship which is leaving on a treasu[?] hunt for £12,000,000 worth of pirat[?] ...Article : 73 words
One of the Social Service Institute sea cadets in cam[?] at Wynnum was stung yesterday by a fish, believed to be a stingray. He was helping to ...Article : 78 words
A young Bengali has been admitted to hospital at Dacca suffering from serious injuries. He dropped a bomb which he was carrying, and it exploded ...Article : 48 words
Hearing a frog croaking in her room at Maclean, Mrs. D. M'Lachlan entered the dining-room, and, to her surprise, found a black snake which was the ...Article : 52 words
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