Articles from page 9: Previous page Next page

  1. Please wait. Loading browse data... loading
  2. THE PUEBLO FLOODS.

    Reports filtering from the flood area show that 16 towns are under from 3 ft. to 15 ft. of water. At Loveland two reservoirs broke, obliterating the railway. ...

    Article : 352 words
  3. POLITICAL LIBEL ACTION.

    A political libel action of exceptional interest was begun in the High Court before Mr. Justice Starke and a jury of 12. The plaintiff was Rp. Thomas Joseph ...

    Article : 1,291 words
  4. Advertising

    {No abstract available}

    Advertising : 172 words
  5. EXPORT WHEAT.

    The Australian Wheat Board to-day issued an intimation that the price of wheat for export purposes was raised from 7/9 to 8/ a bushel. No reason is given for ...

    Article : 70 words
  6. BRITISH COAL CRISIS.

    The representatives of the coal owners and miners are engaged in a full and frank discussion, end there is an undoubted desire to reach a settlement during the ...

    Article : 327 words
  7. Advertising

    {No abstract available}

    Advertising : 92 words
  8. LICENSING COURT.

    The quarterly (June) meeting of the Licensing Court, Adelaide (Midland) Division was begun at the Local Court Office, Adelaide, on Tuesday morning. There were present Messrs. R. G. ...

    Article : 833 words
  9. SHERLOCK HOLMES HAT.

    A clue of a Stetson hat enabled two Melbourne detectives to recover £12,650 worth of stolen property to-day. On Saturday night Mr. Otway R. Falkiner, pastoralist ...

    Article : 231 words
  10. PRIME MINISTER ABROAD.

    Commenting to-day in a speech at Elsternwick before the Australian Women's National League upon the interview given by the Prime Minister (Mr. Hughes) on ...

    Article : 235 words
  11. THE MINERS' TROUBLES.

    Owing to the lack of funds the miners' executive has asked the district associations to postpone the annual conference which was arranged to have been held at ...

    Article : 134 words
  12. AUSTRALIAN WOOL.

    At a meeting of the British Australasian Society it was unanimously resolved that in the best interests of Australia the realization of the B.A.W.R.A.'s ...

    Article : 92 words
  13. SHIPPING.

    Semaphore Tides.—Wednesday, June 8—Low water, 10.30 a.m.; high water, 4.30 p.m. ARRIVED.—June 7. Woolgar, 1,820, McLeod, Newcastle. Melbourne ...

    Article : 715 words
  14. THE IRISH TROUBLE.

    At the inquest on the body of Mr. Mac Neil, of Shepherds Bush, a victim of the recent Sinn Fein raids in the west of London, the Coroner said that if witnesses ...

    Article : 144 words
  15. LAW COURTS.

    The Court heard an application in regard to a divorce suit referred by Mr. Justice Poole. Mr. K. Kelly sought permission to amend the petition of Alice S. Shute against David Shute, in ...

    Article : 683 words
  16. THE LONDON AUCTIONS.

    Sir John Higgins (Chairman of the British-Australian Wool Realization Association, Limited) has reecived from Sir Arthur Goldfinch the following particulars of ...

    Article : 69 words
  17. A MURDERED HUSBAND.

    A sensational crime committed in the Dandenong district years ago was recalled in the Practice Court to-day, when Mr. Justice Schutt heard an application by the ...

    Article : 243 words
  18. THE FEDERAL TARIFF.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 319 words
  19. IMPROVED MARKET IN SYDNEY.

    The twelfth series of post-war wool sales in Sydney was begun to-day. Bales catalogued numbered 5,521, aud disposals (including private transactions) amounted to ...

    Article : 106 words
  20. DOMINIONS AND ULSTER PARLIAMENT.

    The Premier of New Zealand (Mr. Massey) informed the Australian Press Association that he did not anticipate that the dominions Premiers would receive an ...

    Article : 67 words
  21. GOOD MELBOURNE SALE.

    The June series of sales, during which 32,000 bales will be submitted in victoria, was opened in Melbourne to-day, when 6,636 bales were offered. The selection ...

    Article : 132 words
  22. GENERAL CABLES.

    Commenting upon the placing of £2,000,000 worth of six months' Commonwealth Bills, on a basis of 5¼ per cent., The Morning Post says the terms reflect ...

    Article : 324 words
  23. IN THE COURTS.

    Before Mr. Justice Poole, in the Civil Court on Tuesday, the hearing resumed of the case in which the Mount Gambier Co-operative Milling Society is claiming £5,000 and the return and ...

    Article : 461 words
  24. LOYALISTS' RALLY.

    Intense enthusiasm marked the proceedings art a loyalist meeting held at the town hall to-night. The speeches were punctuated by cheering, which culminated in a ...

    Article : 176 words
  25. PERSIAN PROBLEM.

    The new Persian Cabinet is now complete. The leading Ministers are:—Prime Minister, Karim es Sultaneh; Minister for War, Sardas Pasha; Foreign Minster ...

    Article : 81 words
  26. BANK TELLER'S CONFESSION.

    Victor Henry Smith, aged 24 years, was charged at the Central Police Court to-day, before Mr. Adrian, S.M., with having embezzled £2,600 belonging to the Australian ...

    Article : 197 words
  27. SPORTING.

    The first international golf match between English and American professionals was played at Glen Eagles to-day. The teams were 10 aside. In the singles the ...

    Article : 53 words
  28. LOCAL

    Robert Alfred Stanley Furnies of Adelaide, agent, proceeded against George Harold Ferguson, carrying on business under the name of R. Ferguson & Son, of 113 King William street ...

    Article : 154 words
  29. FEDERAL PARLIAMENT

    The Deputy Speaker (Mr. Chanter), as soon as the House met at 3 p.m. announced that there would be an adjournment until 5 p.m., to enable members to attend the ...

    Article : 282 words
  30. A BOXING CHAMPIONSHIP.

    At Harrison Park, New Jersey, yesterday, Benny Leonard successfully defended the lightweight championship against Rocky Kansas, of Buffalo, in a 12-rounds ...

    Article : 76 words
  31. ECONOMY CAMPAIGN.

    Concrete suggestions of public economy were placed to-day before the Premier (Mr. Lawson) by a deputation representing the Melbourne Economy Conference of a few ...

    Article : 337 words
  32. POLICE.

    Thomas Moir, a much-hattered person, who was fined for having been drunk in Tavistock street on June 6, was further fined £2 10/ for having assaulted Constable Shepherdson while he was ...

    Article : 791 words
  33. CIVIL SERVANT'S LAPSE.

    At the Police Court to-day, Benjamin John Smith, formerly Treasurer of the Civil Service Association, pleaded guilty to having embezzled £288, the funds of the association. Prisoner's ...

    Article : 89 words
  34. AMERICA AND PEACE.

    The Japanese Crown Prince Hirohito, in an interview with a representative of The New York Herald, expressed the hope that America and Japan would ever be found ...

    Article : 75 words
  35. QUEENSLAND POLITICS

    Mr. George Carter (ex-member for Port Curtis) stated to-day that he had been asked to allow himself to bo nominated for the Federal vacancy for Maranoa in the ...

    Article : 113 words
  36. UNIONS LOOSE METHODS.

    Laurence Rudolphus Fortune, late secretary of the Coastal Dock and Harbour Union, was found guilty at the Criminal Court to-day of having stolen £77 of the union's funds. He was ...

    Article : 51 words
  37. WAVE OF CRIME.

    Steps have been taken by the State Ministry to check the prevailing wave of crime in Melbourne. The Chief Commissioner of Police (Sir John Gellibrand) ...

    Article : 126 words
  38. DEPUTE OVER A SUIT.

    At the Port Adelaide Police Court on Tuesday, before Mr. G. W. Halcombe, S.M., Stephen John Kerrison, a tailor, sued Demetrius Vrachnas of Port Adelaide, for £5 5/ alleged to be due for ...

    Article : 231 words
  39. "THE LIVING BUDDHA."

    Despatches from Urga concerning the Mongolian fighting report the death of Hatukhtu, described as "The Living Buddha." ...

    Article : 109 words
  40. STATE NATIONALIST CHIEFS.

    At the meeting of the National Parliamentary Party to-day, Mr. Charles Taylor Windor was elected Leader; Mr. Roberts, Deputy Leader; and Mr. Fry, Whip. The ...

    Article : 99 words
  41. FEDERAL PUBLIC SERVANTS DISSATISFIED.

    A meeting of Commonwealth public servants, held to-night, protested against the finding of the Arbitrator (Mr. Atlee Hunt) in respect to the claim for the application ...

    Article : 68 words
  42. NEW SOUTH WALES BASIC WAGE ENQUIRY.

    The annual enquiry by the Board of Trade into the cost of living preparatory to the declaration of a basic wage for New South Wales, is to start early next month. ...

    Article : 95 words
  43. Advertising

    {No abstract available}

    Advertising : 45 words
×

Tags, Lists & Comments Help

Buy

Download

Please choose from the following download options:

Share

Share this item on:

Print

Print page as...

Display settings Help

Copies Direct logo

The National Library of Australia's Copies Direct service lets you purchase higher quality, larger sized photocopies or electronic copies of newspapers pages.

Clicking on the Order now button below will open the ordering form in a new window which will allow you to enter the details of your request.

Scope
Format of download
as... PDF PDF

You need to login before you can save preferences.