A DECISION on the broad [?]nes of the Prince's visit was reached this week. In staying at Parliament House ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 1,174 words
Terrica, the station which will be honoured by a visit from Prince George, is as well known as the family whose name has ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 932 words
"We have not yet had any official intimation that the Prince will stay with us," said Mr. Scott McLeod, speaking from Terrica station to The ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 241 words
Although when proposals were made for the limitation of butter exports from Australia to the United Kingdom last year the Australian ...Article : 483 words
The President (M. Lebrun) has signed decrees, legalising the Government's economies, totalling £34,000,000, which are intended to balance the ...Article : 184 words
Figures issued to-day by the Department of Commerce show that the wool exports from Australia for the first eight[?]months of the present financial ...Article : 126 words
The Minister for Customs (Mr. T. W. White) to-day expressed the hope that there would be a marked increase in the sales of raw cotton when the ...Article : 179 words
Criminologists from all parts of America have been consulted regarding the notorious "sextet murder" at Bremerton, State of Washington. ...Article : 224 words
The discovery of a big deposit of garnierite in a gold and copper mine in the Manbhum district of Bihar has caused a stir in mining circles. It ...Article : 80 words
In succession to Dr. R. J. Tillyard, who resigned from the position because of ill-health, Dr. A. J. Nicholson will be appointed Director of the ...Article : 116 words
Special tyres costing £1000 are being fitted to Mr. John Cobb's 500 horsepower Napier-Railton car when he attacks world's records at Montlhery ...Article : 111 words
The "Daily Mirror" says that British motor car manufacturers have received warnings from their Far East agents that Japan is planning to ...Article : 110 words
The Paris correspondent of The Times says that the Government's announcement of cuts, including the President's salary by 20 per cent., and ...Article : 162 words
A board of inquiry appointed to inquire into the disaster on March 13 When the torpedo boat Tomodzuru capsized near Goto Island, over 100 ...Article : 172 words
The Bishop of Ripon (Dr. E. A. Burroughs) announces that an experimental "service for rediffusion"—a modified Evensong—will be broadcast ...Article : 67 words
Joe Kopman, a prominent orchard[?]s of Bradentown, Florida, fatally sh[?] James Franklin, a negro at a street corner. Franklin had been released [?] ...Article : 66 words
A veterinary surgeon has been busy vaccinating all house cows in Alstonville—a course rendered advisable by the receipt of news that it was ...Article : 140 words
The hope of rescuing members of the crew of the Soviet steamer Cheliuskin, which sank in the Okhotsk Sea, is brighter. Expeditions are ...Article : 102 words
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