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  2. FLY IN UPPER STRATA

    Professor J. B. S. Haldane, in an interview with the Daily Mail, declared that flights in the stratosphere in heavier than air machines would ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 214 words
  3. MILD RECEPTION OF FRENCH NOTE

    The Paris correspondent of the "Times" says it is believed that the presentation of the French aide memoire to Germany was expedited ...

    Article : 446 words
  4. NEW POWERS FOR ROOSEVELT

    All eyes are on the Legislature to-day, and the representatives of the people are busy planning their attacks and defences for the ...

    Article : 456 words
  5. TRADE WITH SCOTLAND

    Australia visualises London as the only marketing centre in Britain, and, very largely for that reason, is lagging sadly behind the rest of the world, ...

    Article : 952 words
  6. COLD ASSISTED MURDERESS

    Mrs. Edith Christman, of Mass[?]on (Ohio), celebrated the New Year by shooting her husband, from whom she was estranged, and his sister. She ...

    Article : 259 words
  7. "WOMEN FINE. MORALLY"

    S[?]ee[?]a[?] Miller, dressmaker, of Carroll Street, Hotham Hill, appeared in the City Court to-day charged with indecent behaviour. She was alleged ...

    Article : 310 words
  8. PRICE OF WHEAT

    "I am confident that the State Wheat Board will not lose sight of the present economic position," said the Minister for Agriculture (Mr. F. W. ...

    Article : 498 words
  9. DEFINITE OFFER BY FRANCE

    The Berlin correspondent of the "Daily Mail" says that Herr Hitler cancelled a week-end gathering of Nazi leaders at Obersalzberg owing to ...

    Article : 192 words
  10. MURDER CHARGE

    The Mungindi Court House was crowded this morning, when Sidney Frederick Mitchell (24) and Stephen Patrick Mitchell (21)[?] were charged ...

    Article : 651 words
  11. SLAYER BLAMES WOMAN

    Investigations into the conspiracy which was responsible for the murder of King Nadir Shah, of Afghanistan, on November 9, have resulted thus for ...

    Article : 192 words
  12. O'DUFFY CASE ADJOURNED

    Opening the sittings of the military tribunal, at which General E O'Duffy leader of the National Guard, was present, and also Commandant E. ...

    Article : 215 words
  13. 45 SAND GARDENS

    A sand garden competition was held on a specially prepared portion of the beach at Nudgee yesterday. There were 45 competitors, and a large number of ...

    Article : 343 words
  14. MISTRUST OF GERMANY

    While the New Year manifesto of the German Chancellor (Herr A. Hitler) reiterates his desire for international co-operation and the avoidance ...

    Article : 525 words
  15. YIELD A LITTLE TO GERMANY

    The Rome correspondent of "The Times" says that the indications are that to-day's conversation between Signor Mussolini and Sir John Simon ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 321 words
  16. GOLD MINE SHARES ACTIVE

    Stimulated by the good revenue returns and yesterday's large interest disbursements the stock markets were cheerful when business was ...

    Article : 263 words
  17. ASSASSINS BUSY IN RUMANIA

    The newly-elected Premier (M. Angelescu) has received a "death letter" bearing the insignia of the Iron Guard, the organisation which was ...

    Article : 208 words
  18. TACTICS OF TERRORISTS

    The growth of a revolutionary conspiracy at Midnapore (East Bengal) was disclosed at the opening of the trial of 13 youths, mostly students, in ...

    Article : 225 words
  19. MR. J. C. M'PHEE

    In well-informed circles it is believed that there is a probability that the Premier (Mr. J. C. M'Phee) will reconsider his decision to retire from ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 165 words
  20. NEW BRIDGE IN BURMA

    The first bridge ever built over the Irrawaddy River, in Burma, was declared open to-day by Sir Hugh Stephenson (Governor of Burma). The ...

    Article : 72 words
  21. CIVIC ELECTION PLANS

    The Labour Party is planning a two months' campaign for the Brisbane City Council elections, which, under the Act, must be held by the last ...

    Article : 274 words
  22. NEWCASTLE DISEASE

    An investigation by Dr. H. E. Albiston, Melbourne University, has shown that the disease of poultry which disorganised the industry in this State ...

    Article : 185 words
  23. MULLET IN GOOD SUPPLY

    Mullet was plentiful in the Brisbane Fish Market yesterday, but other varieties of fish were still scarce. The demand for mullet was less than ...

    Article : 167 words
  24. Mr. Binns Silent

    When the complaint of the millers regarding the price of local wheat was referred to Mr. W. Binns, the manager of the State Wheat Board, ...

    Article : 40 words
  25. RIOTING IN AUSTRIA

    Serious rioting has broken out in Vienna. Hundreds of Nazis assembled in front of the flat of Herr Frauenfeld, the Nazi leader, after his ...

    Article : 70 words
  26. SHIPPING BLAMED

    The view was expressed in Brisbane dairy produce circles yesterday that Queensland could supply very large quantities of butter to Scotland if the ...

    Article : 274 words
  27. £6,000,000 FOR SPANISH NAVY

    Senor Jose carcia (Minister for the Navy) announced that he intends to present to the Cortes a ship building programme involving an expenditures ...

    Article : 38 words
  28. RUSSIA FORMING NEW FORCE

    "The Times" correspondent at Riga says that the plans of the Union of Communist Youth to recruit 2,000,000 members, and train 150,000 riflemen, ...

    Article : 157 words
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