The "Manchester Guardian's" special correspondent says that diplomatic circles, regard Turkey's raising the question of fortifying the ...Article : 161 words
A blasting heat wave with the temperatnre around 100 swept the Western Canadian prairies again to-day, extending from Edmonton to ...Article : 88 words
Anticipating a record flood of subscriptions the Loan Council [?] decided to ration applicants for amounts exceeding £50,000, if, as ...Article : 186 words
In fine weather and on a good wicket Surrey won the toss against Australia and batted. Australia played Woodfull, Ponsford, Kippax, ...Article : 349 words
The "Chronicle's" Geneva correspondent says that the motto of the conference must be: "Disarmament is dead. Long live security." British reluctance to recognise that the nations will not disarm unless they are convinced that others will support ...Article : 232 words
Commenting on Queensland's financial position to-day, the Leader of the Opposition (Mr. A. E. Moore) said that the Acting Premier's (Mr. P. Pease) eulogy of the financial position was just another dud bomb. The Acting Premier seemed to ...Article : 201 words
The "Daily Mail," in a leader, says that the continuance of the drought in a great part of the world raises most serious problems. Nearly every ...Article : 82 words
Strong exception was taken by the Prime Minister (Mr. J. A. Lyons) to-day to the action of Dr. Earl Page in making public reference to ...Article : 312 words
Doubts regarding Sir Charles Kingsford Smith's entry for the air race were settled to-day when his entry was received for both the speed and handicap ...Article : 350 words
Constable Walter Langdon's feat last year in capturing single-handed eight aborigines implicated in the murder of two white prospectors at ...Article : 264 words
At the first trial of aborigines on a capital charge since the promulgation of the new Aberigines Ordinance which empowers a Judge to impose ...Article : 582 words
In the Criminal Court, before the Chief Justice (Sir John Northmore), Laurence Oliver M[?]lor, ship's baker, was charged with the wilful murder of ...Article : 233 words
The General Commitaion of Disarmament Conference met in Geneva to-day after an adjournment of over seven months. The President (Mr. Arthur ...Article : 590 words
General Goering vigorously asserted Germany's claim for the restoration of the colonies in a speech at a ceremony formally ...Article : 93 words
In quoting His Majesty the King's speech to the world economic conference, the Prince of Wales, at a dinner at the ...Article : 146 words
Miss Jean Batten received a great reception on her arrival at Mascot this afternoon. A crowd of nearly 4000 people, in which women ...Article : 196 words
A feature of to-day's trial of Laurence Mollor on a charge of murdering his son was the reading of letters revealing what caused the ...Article : 195 words
To prepare the official Commonwealth answer to the West Australian Government's secession propaganda, the Prime Minister (Mr. J. ...Article : 166 words
How the cargo ship Canadian Scottish saved the crew of a small sloop from an agonising death in the Caribbean Sea was told by Captain ...Article : 140 words
A table prepared by the hon. secretary of the Federated Taxpayers' Association of Australia (Mr. M. Pettigrove) shows the total taxation per ...Article : 142 words
Miss Jean Batten landed at Narromine at 4.36 o'clock this afternoon. As she stepped from the cockpit of her 'plane she was cheered by one of ...Article : 104 words
For some time past the Commonwealth Government with the aid of financial experts and economists, has been considering a scheme of national ...Article : 86 words
According to a letter received by the Victorian Secretary for Mines (Mr. J. P. Jones) from J. C. Fields and C. A. Fields Investments, ...Article : 133 words
The "Daily Sketch" says that L. G. Reid, a Canadian member of the London Aeroplane Club, and J. R. Ayling, a former Air Force ...Article : 76 words
Miss Jean Batten was officially welcomed by the Premier (Mr. B. S. Stevens) and the Lord Mayor at the Town Hall to-night. ...Article : 69 words
The "Daily Mail" says that the moratorium excepts the Dawes and Young loans, but unless a radical improvement materialises, the future ...Article : 96 words
After a deadlock lasting several months, Queensland wheat of last season is likely to be sold to millers at an early date. Conversations took ...Article : 125 words
No official comment is available on the report that Japan is negotiating for Portuguese Timor, but it was stated on high authority to-day that ...Article : 127 words
Several French Government representatives arrived in London to-night to resume the Franco-British commercial conversations, and these will ...Article : 83 words
Tiger, alleged to be the ringleader, was the only witness called for the defence in the charge concerning the deaths of two prospectors. ...Article : 97 words
On behalf of Poataam A. Evans, [?] Amamoor, Mary Valley, widow, a writ has been issued out of the Supreme Coast against Gordon ...Article : 55 words
Stanley Eric Polglass, on remand on a charge of wilfully murdering his wife, Cora Zuill Polglass, was to-day further remanded. ...Article : 30 words
were lving when they made the adraissions of killing to Constable Langdon. He said that they were frightened at the time. He [?] ...Article : 34 words
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