CANBERRA, Monday. — So far only three States — Victoria, South Australia, and Western Australia —have received financial assistance under the migration ...Article : 227 words
Mr. T. C. Brennan concluded his third day of argument before the Court of Criminal. Appeal yesterday in the appeal of George Eric Gordon, who has been ...Article : 516 words
It is estimated that 200,000 people witnessed the arrival of the Southern Cross at the Mascot acrodrome, Sydney, on Sunday afternoon. Above: The Southern Cross dropping down against an overcast sky towards the acrodrome. Right: Captain Kingsford Smith broadcasting his acknowledgment of the congratulations showered upon him and companions. Below: Left—Mr. and Mrs. Smith, parents of the flight leader, watching the Southern Cross arrive; a section of the vast crowd which cheered enthusiastically when the flyers landed, and a strong cordon of police about to surround the glant aeroplane after its arrival. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 108 words
COLOMBO, May 22.—Some Australian passengers were the victims of a dastardly outrage eight miles fiom Colombo on the Colombo-Kandy road. The party included ...Article : 722 words
Mr. Redmond Nolan, who has been appointed a Crown pros[?]tor to fill the vacancy caused by the retirement of Mr. Gurner, K.C., appeared in his new ...Article : 252 words
Tenders for the erection of the Shrine of Remembrance having been let, the contractors made a preliminary survey of the site yesterday before beginning the work Left to right: Mr. F. J. Rao (director of the Botanic Gardens), who will supervise the planting of trees; Messrs. J. C., F. C., and A. B. Lodge, and D. E. Va[?]ghan (contractors). ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 66 words
The director of the Rothamsted (England) Experimental Station (Sir John Russell) visited the University yesterday afternoon. Left to Right (Rear Row): Mr. E. J. C. Rennie. Mr. A. R. Jewell, Mr. F. Penman. Dr. Heber Green. Mr. F. A. Singleton. Front Row—Mr. Frank Read, Miss Mary Glynne (from Rothamsted), Sir John Russell. Professor Wadham, and Mr. H. A. Mullett, all of whom are associated with the higher ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 76 words
Edward Francis Ferguson, caretaker, aged 37 years, was charged at the Fitzroy Court on Monday with having on June 3 sold liquor without a licence. On the ...Article : 231 words
Stefan Karasiewiez has lodged with the prothonotary of the Supreme Court a notice of appeal against the seventy of the sentence passed on him hy Judge Macindoe ...Article : 82 words
In anticipation of a possible disturbance a large crowd, including passengers' friends, whart labourers, seamen, police, and a number of members of the Cooks' Union, went to watch the departure of the Tasmanian steamer Loongana when she sailed yesterday afternoon without any cooks. It was an orderly departure. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 55 words
Two motor-cycles and sidecars, which, it is alleged, had been stolen, have been recovered by the police as a result of an accident at Albert Park on Sunday afternoon. ...Article : 112 words
The dates have been announced for the annual State conference and associated meetings of the Returned Soldiers' League. The meetings will begin with a soldier ...Article : 176 words
Weeping bitterly, and stating that when she entered large emporiums a temptation to steal came over her, for which she could not account, Mrs. Henr[?]etta Barton, aged 50 years, of Atherton ...Article : 499 words
A large number of nominations has been received by the Trades Hall Council for the election of members of the different committees of the council for the ensuing ...Article : 212 words
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