Written by Signor Gayda, who has often been Signor Mussolini's mouth-piece, an article in the "Giornale d'Italia" is believed to outline the ...Article : 626 words
The United States' seventy-third Congress was convened to-day, and President F. D. Roosevelt, looking the picture of aggressive good health, ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 1,394 words
"There are unbounded opportunities for the development of a thriving trade between Queensland and Scotland as soon as the ...Article : 494 words
It is expected that an agreement will be concluded either to-morrow or Saturday. Under this agreement, India will agree to grant Japan, most ...Article : 272 words
The Queensland Presbyterian and Methodist Churches have decided to give 16 bursaries annually to enable children of poor parents living in the ...Article : 250 words
Dean Inge, in a revised edition of his work, "England" (in the Modern World series), asserts that the American Government seriously ...Article : 285 words
The investigation of the new air route to Singapore has become an exciting adventure. Head winds have delayed the aeroplane, but since the ...Article : 288 words
In an editorial, entitled "Ottawa in Retrospect," the Manchester Guardian says: "While doubts are cast on the blessings our exporters gained at ...Article : 165 words
Barely an hour after a message was broadcast yesterday afternoon seeking information as to the whereabouts of the launch Avro, the occupants of the ...Article : 207 words
The commander of the Graf Zeppe[?] lin (Dr. Eckener) told a representative of The Courier-Mail that he had re[?] ceived no information that he was to ...Article : 162 words
Over 100 miners were trapped at Dux following an explosion of fire damp at the entrances to three mines connected by underground passages. ...Article : 67 words
In pleading for closer relations between Australia and New Zealand the Minister for the Interior (Mr. J. A. Perkins) told a party of 38 New ...Article : 172 words
THE COMPLETE WET WEATHER CYCLIST.—Rain held no terrors for this cyclist as he pedalled his way through the suburbs yesterday. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 20 words
Mr. J. M'Farlane, manager Dairy Products Co-operative Company, Ltd., writes.—The article in The Courier-Mail on trade with Scotland is of ...Article : 830 words
Although the Federal Government is not likely to refuse visas for the passports of delegates which the Queensland branch of the Australian ...Article : 164 words
Wall Street was disappointed because Mr[?] Roosevelt's message failed to declare a definite monetary policy. The dollar exchange was steady ...Article : 205 words
The Frankfurt correspondent of "The Times" says that the charges of embezzlement which were brought against Herr Braun, a leader of the ...Article : 150 words
A Latvian delegation will arrive in London to-morrow to open negotiations for an Anglo-Latvian commercial treaty, and will meet Mr. D. J. Colville ...Article : 80 words
M. Angelescu, who was appointed Premier in succession to Dr. Duca, who was assassinated by a member of the Iron Guard on Saturday, has resigned, ...Article : 108 words
With the missing people added to the bodies recovered the Los Angeles death list is 80. Many bodies have been washed out to sea, or buried ...Article : 299 words
Leaving behind them a trail of pillage. Lieu-Kuei-Tang's insurgents have crossed the Peiping—Tientsin railway line, and are now heading southward ...Article : 95 words
"The Times" in a leading article says that nothing that Mr. Roosevelt said was wholly unexpected, or even wholly new, though he removed many ...Article : 130 words
In regard to the skeleton of an unknown man, which was found in the scrub country in New South Wales, 18 or 19 miles from Killarney, it is ...Article : 65 words
The "Manchester Guardian's" Moscow correspondent says that a recent session of the Communist International was largely devoted to a ...Article : 90 words
In accordance with the Federal Government's recently announced intention of admitting a percentage of university graduates to the civil service ...Article : 186 words
Mr. C. F. F. Wearne, the principal of a big motor car selling firm in the Malay States, who reached Fremantle on the steamer Minderoo from ...Article : 141 words
Captain Graves, director of the British Broadcasting Corporation's Empire Services, referring to the Australian Empire Day broadcast, emphasises ...Article : 56 words
Although the returns of prosecutions for travelling on trains without tickets in North Queensland are not yet available for December, it is ...Article : 70 words
The police are searching the bush at Wangaratta for William Murray Fox (27 years) and Harold Roberts (30), who escaped from the ...Article : 45 words
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