There were no Insurmountable territorial or economic obstacles between the countries, and the mere imponderable items in dispute did not justify ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 371 words
"Within the next few years Australia should find a good market for wool in China," declared Dr. Fong Foo Sec, Director of Rotary ...Article : 424 words
The Paris correspondent of the "Times" reports a sequel to the case in which Lydia Stohl, the mysterious woman spy, and her accomplice, ...Article : 606 words
"I realise that cotton culture in Australia has come to stay and the farmers have to be kept on the land said the Ministei for Customs (Mr, T. ...Article : 499 words
The automobile industry workers agreed to confer with the President, and postponed the strike call until Friday morning. ...Article : 653 words
"Cynics might say that many chairmen of companies would prefer to make speeches from this distance," said Sir Harry Greer, "televising" ...Article : 412 words
Much interest was aroused by the summary published in The CourierMall yesterday of the policy which will be adopted by the Nationalist ...Article : 502 words
"Don't kill a child because it suffers from growing pains, showing that it is alive," cried Herr Goebbels (Minister in Charge of Propaganda), in an ...Article : 227 words
The Berlin correspondent of the "News Chronicle" says that relations are strained between Germany and Lithuania, owing to Lithuania ...Article : 161 words
Australia's first territorial taxi service, the tenders for which were called to-day, is to cover thousands of square miles of sea and land, including New ...Article : 290 words
Business and financial circles had awaited with great interest the report, issued this evening, of Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd. As the ...Article : 194 words
Declaring that Germany must have elbow room, Lord Rothermere, in an article in the "Daily Mail," asks' "Can we sit for ever on the safety ...Article : 343 words
The political correspondent of the "Times" states that the president of the Board of Trade (Mr W Runciman) explained to Lancashire ...Article : 205 words
Thirty-three persons were killed and 68 injured when a passenger train ran down a shunting freighter at Tavatu[?]. ...Article : 28 words
The Conservative Agricultural Committee has decided to investigate a draft scheme, based on the Wheat Act, to assist meat products, in view ...Article : 38 words
Herr Goebbels inaugurated the opening of a gigantic national drive against unemployment by a speech from a motor lorry which was drawn ...Article : 142 words
The [?] and fireman of the incoming suburban train which collided with another train on March 6 have been sentenced to be shot. Three ...Article : 77 words
The latest weekly Treasury returns show that up to March 17 the total ordinary revenue for the current financial year amounted to £696,053,578. ...Article : 143 words
The Minister for Transport (Mr. J. Dash) said yesterday that the Railway Department was engaged on several works which would assist in the ...Article : 157 words
Mr. F. J. Porter's mission to Germany to return the late Baron von Richtofen's boots to his mother originated in reports published in ...Article : 294 words
After an interview with the Lord President of the Council (Mr. Stanley Baldwin), with whom he discussed Australia's position, the Federal ...Article : 186 words
The Vice-Minister of Finance (Mr Shingi Yoshino) is reported to be the most likely choice to represent Japan at the official cotton conversations i[?] ...Article : 30 words
The importance of the work of the Congregational Training College for Ministers and the need for ita more adequate financial support were ...Article : 243 words
Railway men will have their are of the superannuation refund before the Easter holidays. The Ministe foiTransport (Mr. J. Dash) announced ...Article : 165 words
A report of the Liquor Law Enforcement Committee was tabled at a meeting of the Council of the Churches yesterday, which stated that, ...Article : 89 words
The "Daily Telegraph" understands that the Import Duties Advisory Board has refused an application for higner duty to prevent the dumping of ...Article : 77 words
Meetings of shareholders in D. and W. Murray Ltd., and Goode, Durrant, and Co., Ltd., to-day ratified the partial amalgamation of the concerns. ...Article : 100 words
On behalf of Jessica May Ferguson an application was made in Chambers before Mr. Acting Justice Maskell to-day for a writ of Habeas Corpus to be ...Article : 197 words
The Rev. H. E. Warren, leader of the Arnhem Land missionary expedition, has advised the Church Missionary Society of his departure from Groote ...Article : 88 words
The Brisbane City Council is making good progress with the wort of revising its health ordinances and bringing them into line with the ...Article : 107 words
A new service has been instituted at the Department of Agriculture and Stock for supplying information to the public. An experienced official, ...Article : 91 words
A mass meeting of tramway men to-night rejected a proposal for an Immediate regulation strike as a protest against recent wage reductions. ...Article : 70 words
Court mourning for a week from March 21 has been commanded by the King, following the death of the Dowager Queen of Holland. ...Article : 57 words
Reports from Harbin state that a Japanese captain, Kitagawa, and 22 others were killed, and upwards of 60 wounded in fighting with bandits at ...Article : 44 words
A double drowning tragedy occurred at Redan, near Ballarat, to-day, when two boys, John Albert Jolly (10), Sebastol, and John Henry Burt (12), ...Article : 45 words
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