Realising that war or peace may depend on its discnssion, but not yet willing to believe that Signor Mussolini will proceed to extreme measures until evevy expedient is exhausted, the world is anxiously awaiting the outcome of the League ...Article : 164 words
In the House of Commons to-day the Minister for Agriculture (Mr Walter Elliot) announced the decision of the Government as ...Article : 548 words
The Prime Minister of New Zealand (Mr. J. H. Coates), in an interview, said that during his brief visit to Washington he was ...Article : 147 words
The Minister for Works (Mr. Harry Bruce) announced to-day the suspension of the acceptance of applications for workers' ...Article : 132 words
Despite the continuance of much unmemployment, nearly £1,000,000 of the large sums made available by the Commonwealth to the States last financial year for Special relief works remains unclaimed. Some of the States have not even submitted details ...Article : 211 words
The Secretary for Mines (Captain Harry Crookshank), in a Parliamentary answer, furnished an interesting statement by Imperial ...Article : 182 words
King Christian appeared on the balcony when 40,000 farmers from all over the country demonstrated before the Royal Palace at ...Article : 142 words
Some terrors to which Civilians will be exposed in the next war, including high explosive bombs contaminated with mustard gas, in addition to a ...Article : 229 words
The House of Commons has passed the House of Lords' amendments to thc India Bill, including the substitution of direct for indirect election to ...Article : 43 words
The Abyssinian delegate (Tecla Hawariat) intends to protest against further delay unless Italy agrees to suspend military operations, and may ...Article : 304 words
When the trial of Joseph Harold Ryan, charged with having at Quean-beyan on May 1, 1931, stolen £10,000 in bank notes, the property of the ...Article : 449 words
The Premier (Mr. Forgan Smith) announced to-day that the Government had decided to build a university on the site at St. Lucia donated by Doctor ...Article : 128 words
Cho Who-sing, a Chinese Communist, told the Third International that the Chinese Reds had an army of half a million ...Article : 99 words
Following successful trials of a rail motor with a Diesel engine, the use of these engines in rail motors will be extended. The ...Article : 129 words
The action contemplated by the dissatisfied farmers may include the cessation of production, drastically affecting exports to Great Britain. ...Article : 28 words
Flying missionaries will face the perils of the Australian Mandated Territory north of new Guinea after the end of 1936 if the Church of England ...Article : 223 words
The Chancellor (Sir Jas. Blair) stated: "We shall have a permanent home at last. It is splendid news, and it is difficult to describe the ...Article : 99 words
Further references to the Commonwealth's attitude to the States on financial matters were made by the Premier (Mr. A. A. Dunstan) ...Article : 283 words
Victoria appears to be in danger of being overrun with fearsome monsters unknown to science, unless something is done about it soon. Hard on the ...Article : 278 words
White the French and British Governments have agreed regarding the reasonableness of some of the Italian claims against Abyssinia, they are also ...Article : 188 words
The State Department to-day received a note from the Berlin Government protesting at the insult to the German flag in the Bremen riot which ...Article : 265 words
The Emperor, Sellassie, has sent the Crown jewels to London for safekeeping, believing that six Italian frontier divisions will attack a few ...Article : 217 words
"People who think they can smell geraniums during an air raid must be careful, because the smell of Lewisste, one of the most violent forms of ...Article : 269 words
Inquiries at Williamstown, following Monday night's rocket explosion tragedy, revealed that for months past boys in the district had been making ...Article : 207 words
A 55ft. pile-driving frame was wrecked, two pontoons were damaged and five piles under the wharf caved in when the Corrimal failed to ...Article : 96 words
The British Army 's Lewis gun is to be replaced by the Czecho-Slovakian light machine gun, announced the Financial Secretary, to the War Office ...Article : 120 words
The "Telegraph's" Berlin correspondent says that a completely new development in the Nazis' anti-Jewish campaign is reported from the ...Article : 70 words
Criticism of the Commonwealth for its attitude toward the States on financial questions was a feature of the Budget speech by the Premier (Mr. A. ...Article : 162 words
During yesterday's storm on Eyre Peninsula the body of a Greek fisher-man, Michael Spartalis (50), was washed ashore at Bosenquet Bay. ...Article : 91 words
The European and native joint Editors of a Natal native newspaper have been sentenced to four and two months' hard labor, respectively, for ...Article : 93 words
Both mills are now crashing very well. Last week Victoria crushed 9634 tons, making the season's total 41,017 tons of cane. This mill is having a ...Article : 104 words
A strike in the calf slaughtering section of Borthwick's Queensport works occurred to-day and 13 men walked out. Representatives of the ...Article : 80 words
The Empire Parliamentarians inspected the liner Queen Mary at Clydebank, on which 4000 workmen are engaged in outfitting, after which they ...Article : 59 words
Dr. H. Colijn has accepted the in vitation to form a Cabinet on the broadest possible Parliamentary basis. ...Article : 31 words
The Post Office, announces the inauguration on August 1 of radio-telephone services between Great Britain and Iceland. ...Article : 29 words
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