The United States Senate by 40 votes to 39 to-day adopted a proposal to place excise taxes on liquor from nations who are behind in their war ...Article : 163 words
Before a record crowd of 16,000 in Madison Square Garden W. T. Tilden defeated Ellsworth Vines in the latter's professional tennis debut ...Article : 152 words
After the meeting of the Executive Council the Home Secretary (Mr. E M. Hanlon) said that Mr. Carroll had been appointed to the office for a ...Article : 541 words
Disarmament problems were further considered by the disarmament committee of the Cabinet, which sat at No. 10 Downing Street for two ...Article : 560 words
The aeronautical correspondent of the "Times," indicating the importance placed by the Admiralty on the value of torpedo attack from the air, in ...Article : 168 words
Press correspondents, recalling that van de Lubbe was guillotined three days before his 25th birthday, emphasise that ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 587 words
The news that the New South Wales Lawn Tennis Association had decided that shorts were not suitable attire for players in the Australian ...Article : 188 words
This decision follows Britain's firmly-worded reference to discrimination when France allotted new quotas to the United States. ...Article : 410 words
Mr. Henry Ford, the motor car manufacturer, who alone has held out against the industrial code in his industry, broke his long silence in a ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 670 words
Despite the regulations restricting the shipments of butter to the United Kingdom, under which 20 per cent of the product graded each week is held ...Article : 394 words
Mr. P. Carroll's Distinction The distinction of being the first policeman in Queensland to have a son appointed to the ...Article : 311 words
Gandhi was given a hostile reception at Palghat, in Malabar, in connection with his campaign for the emancipation of the depressed classes. ...Article : 256 words
I wish Mr. C. J. Carroll every success as head of the Queensland police. He has a great opportunity, and it will be on the result of his ...Article : 186 words
Mr. C. J. Carroll is the fourth commissioner who has been appointed from outside the force. Prior to 1921 three commissioners ...Article : 281 words
So decomposed was the body of a newly-born male child which was found in an old suitcase on the river bank against the wall of ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 334 words
Mr. Olav Hultin and Miss Barbara Strachey, whose romance developed on the voyage of the four-masted Finnish barque, Lavenir, during her ...Article : 284 words
Further research into methods of cancer treatment are to be conducted and widespread efforts will be made to convince the public of the urgency ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 185 words
President von Hindenburg reproved Dr. Muller (Bishop of the Reich) for his dictatorial actions in Church affairs and his attempt to dissolve the ...Article : 272 words
"If oil is struck in the bore to be sunk by the Town Council and the Roma Oil Co., Dalby will be the happiest municipality in the world," said ...Article : 191 words
Henry Jansen, who is well known all over Australia as the stage magician, Dante, was displaying his tricks to a few guests at the Esplanade, ...Article : 252 words
The Board of Trade preliminary figures for overseas trade during the month of December shows that imports totalled £63,162,000, exports ...Article : 115 words
While Australian wine interests are urging the Commonwealth Government to secure for them a substantial increase in the quota of ...Article : 226 words
More than 100 cane growers to-day discusssd the question of over-production, and resolutions were carried reaffirming the principle of the peak ...Article : 118 words
The Premier of Tasmania (Mr. J. C. M'Phee) stated to-day that he was in agreement with the suggestion made by the Premier of New South Wales ...Article : 80 words
Including the names posted by the Mt. Isa mines to-day, 644 men have been engaged since the resumption of work, and everything below and on the ...Article : 43 words
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