The "Daily Mail's" political correspondent says that mere encooragement of civil aviation, an increase of the Air Force from ...Article : 138 words
Dr. J. Bradfield to-day signed an agreement appointing him designer and supervising engineer of the proposed Kangaroo Point Bridge. The Government decided, that the bridge must not cost more than £2,000,000, and hopes that the cost, ...Article : 162 words
"Hurrah!" is the headline of the "Evening News," annoouncing "the end of a great cabling match between Marylebone and the ...Article : 576 words
The prosecutor (Herr Warner) demanded the death penalty for Torgler and Van der Lobbe at the Reichstag trial, for "sustained ...Article : 84 words
In accordance with the terms of the note from the British Ambassador at Washington to the United States Secretary of State; dated ...Article : 88 words
The whole of France is convinced the Cermany has travelled so far along the road to rearmament that the actual goal is sighted. The country's entire industrial resources and personnel are almost completely reorganised for war. ...Article : 195 words
Inmates of the Newhaven seaside home for boys, Phillip Island, told extraordinary stories, of the alleged ill-treatment of Rex ...Article : 670 words
A case possessing unusual features was begun before Mr. Justice James and a jury in the Banco Court, to-day, when Nonie Ethel Horton, single, ...Article : 266 words
The "All-World's Aircraft," just published, draws attention to the growth of the Japanese military air force. She is at present constructing ...Article : 90 words
The Australian Test team is McMillan, C.Pearce, Brown, Laws, Why Hey, Mead, Madsen, Folwell, Stehr Gibbs, S Pearce, Prigg. ...Article : 249 words
The Soviet has decreed a fortnight's Christmas holidays for school children, but in order to prevent them becoming involved ...Article : 58 words
Following on numerous shocks during the past fortnight, a violent earth tremor occurred at Gunning at about 9 o'clock this morning. The ...Article : 128 words
Shares in small arms, aero engine, trench mortar, chemical and metal factories have risen; imports of raw materials useful in war time have increased, ...Article : 133 words
Six persons were killed and four were injured, including several convicts, when the tower of an old church at Stilo crashed on the ...Article : 41 words
Constable Morey, the leader of the police garrison on Groote Island, has sent word to Darwin that friendly natives have reported that large ...Article : 248 words
The second daring bandit outrage on the international transSiberian express from Europe wtthin a few weeks occurred shortly ...Article : 188 words
The Prime Minister (Mr. J. A. Lyons) said to-day that he had renewed his invitation to the Prime Minister of New Zealand to send a ...Article : 134 words
General O'Duffy has announced the dissolution of the Young Ireland Association and has served a writ on the Attorney-General, asking for a High ...Article : 251 words
After considering the position in regard to the body-line controversy, Queensland's two delegates to the Board of Control (Messrs. J. ...Article : 343 words
The barque PLUS grounded near Kobbiklintar in a fierce gale, and sank [?]dt immediately. A rescue ship saved four persons, ...Article : 48 words
Percy Horatio Barnard' (56), theatre commissionaire, who was found guilty of the manslaughter of Cornelius Percival Smith (48), motor ...Article : 139 words
It is practically certain that the goodwill mission to Tokio, to be headed v Mr. J. G. Latham, will not only visit Japan, but Malaya the ...Article : 87 words
The lightship Dyck, which, was originally Reported as having sunk, was founds aground near Gravelines. Four of the crew were drowned. ...Article : 41 words
Telegraphic advice was received to-day from Constable Morey, officer in charge of the police party protecting Groote Island mission station that ...Article : 157 words
The Victorian members of the Board of Control stated to-day that the cable sent by the chairman of the board (Mr. Oxlade) to the M.C.C. had been ...Article : 399 words
The vessel seen to sink, off Aldebrugh, Suffolk, during yesterday's gale was to-day identified by wreckage as the coasting, s.s. Cuhnore of ...Article : 152 words
Confirmation of reports that a large animal, resembling a tiger or a jaguar, is roaming round Gippsland, is provided in a message received by ...Article : 114 words
A proclamation has been issued bringing into force the Hire Purchase Agreement Act from January 1. ...Article : 28 words
Under the will of William Henry Wilson, who died at Eventide Home, Charters Towers, in October, the State will benefit by over £800. ...Article : 82 words
The "Manchester Guardian," in a leader entitled, "A Happy Ending," says: "Both sides have acted wisely. The M.C.C, have skilfully extricated ...Article : 209 words
As the Queensland quota of beef exports under the Ottawa pact, is 83 per cent, of the Commonwealth total, this State will be the hardest hit if the ...Article : 164 words
Further grave allegations of cruelty against Baye were made when the inquest was resumed to-day. Ethel Hamilton, wife of the ...Article : 320 words
Pilot Freeburg, of the North-West Airways, was complimented by President Roosevelt, who presented him with a medar for courage and ...Article : 118 words
With the unqualified statement that his work is ended, General Johnson is quitting the National Industrial Recovery Act which he fathered and ...Article : 76 words
The first test between India and England commenced to-day, there being an attendance of 30,000. Nayudu won the toss and batted. The lunch score ...Article : 62 words
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