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  2. ARMED MAN AT HUGHESDALE.

    An armed man "held up" a porter who was alone on duty at the Hughesdale railway station last night and stole between £20 and £25 from a safe. To prevent the ...

    Article : 1,349 words
  3. CAPE AIR RECORD.

    Mr. J. A. Mollison, holder of the Australia to England air record, who left England-on Friday morning in an attempt to break the England-Cape Town record, ...

    Article : 257 words
  4. INDIAN CONFERENCE.

    The end of the present phase of the Indian Round-table Conference is in sight, and the final plenary session will probably be held next week. It will be brought ...

    Article : 905 words
  5. BOMB IN GAOL.

    HOBART, Sunday. —A bomb exploded at Hobart goal this afternoon, at the entrance to the prison chapel, shattering windows but doing no other damage. The ...

    Article : 169 words
  6. IMPERIAL CONFERENCE.

    Inquiries made by the Australian Press Association in Government circles in Ottawa indicate that the Canadian and British Governments are wholly in accord ...

    Article : 151 words
  7. CURRENCY PROBLEM

    The debate in the House of Commons on the motion for the adoption of the Address in Reply to the King's Speech was continued yesterday, when, after the ...

    Article : 1,054 words
  8. YOUTH WOUNDED.

    After he had chased three youths along several streets in the city early last night D. Misell, night watchman, fired three shots. The last shot wounded a youth, ...

    Article : 306 words
  9. ELECTION ISSUES.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—Behind closed doors at the conference of the State branch of the Federal Labour party the Prime Minister (Mr. Scullin) reviewed the work ...

    Article : 955 words
  10. PREVENTING DUMPING.

    It is understood that a bill giving drastic powers to deal with the dumping of foreign goods will be introduced in the House of Commons toward the end of next week. An ...

    Article : 376 words
  11. SEAMEN DEFY UNION.

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—Two vessels, the crews of which had been ordered by the Seamen's Union to stand down, sailed on Saturday without changes in their ...

    Article : 271 words
  12. FISHERMAN DROWNED.

    William Baxter, aged 50 years, of Palmer street. North Williamstown, was drowned [?]ear the back beach at Williamstown yesterday. Robert Duddy, of Dover street, ...

    Article : 331 words
  13. WAR IN MANCHURIA.

    The latest report regarding the Japanese bombardment of the Chinese lines on the Nonui River, in north-west Manchuria, is that the Chinese are holding their own. ...

    Article : 759 words
  14. HINDENBURG LINE.

    Because he captured German plans of the Hindenburg line of defences, the "Sunday Express" describes Lieutenant E. J. Rollings, now a sergeant of police at Neath ...

    Article : 427 words
  15. GOLD DISCOVERY.

    BAIRNSDALE, Sunday.—Considerable interest has been aroused throughout East Gippsland by the report of a very rich gold discovery on Friday last. The Bairnsdale ...

    Article : 824 words
  16. CANADIAN COMMUNISTS.

    Seven of the eight members of the Communist party of Canada who had been found guilty of having been parties to a seditious conspiracy, of being members of ...

    Article : 236 words
  17. CONTINENTAL WINES.

    Reports about Continental vintages for 1931, compiled by the "Wine Trade Review," show that for Germany and France the year has been disastrous. There will ...

    Article : 455 words
  18. Less Unemployment.

    The "Daily Telegraph," after a special inquiry into the textile trade, states that there are real sings of an improvement. Unemployment in the textile districts has ...

    Article : 253 words
  19. Buy British Goods.

    The Prince of Wales will open on Monday the most extensive campaign in favour of buying British goods in history. He will broadcast an address which will last ...

    Article : 149 words
  20. ACTOR ARRESTED.

    SYDNEY, Sunday. — Arrested by the police at the close of the play "So This Is Love" at the Grand Opera House on Friday night, on a commitment warrant for ...

    Article : 180 words
  21. Corsican Bandits.

    Two French submarines are intercepting all vessels leaving Corsica, and are searching them for bandits who, it is suspected, are attempting to take refuge in Italy and ...

    Article : 135 words
  22. Mr. Courtauld's "Rescue."

    The Danish Government officially welcomed Mr. Augustine Courtauld, a member of the British Arctic Air Route Expedition, on his return from Greenland, where he ...

    Article : 90 words
  23. American Navy.

    Under the plans for reduced expenditure on the navy a substantial portion of the American Fleet will be kept constantly in reserve, and will be manned only by ...

    Article : 40 words
  24. Defender of Alfonso.

    Count Romanones, Foreign Minister in the last Spanish Monarchist Cabinet, who has been three times Prime Minister of Spain, has notified the Speaker of the ...

    Article : 128 words
  25. Roumanian Pensions.

    Stating that as their pensions have not been paid since August and they are unable to exist without money the most humance course would be to shoot them, members ...

    Article : 67 words
  26. Statute of Westminster.

    Commenting on the Statute of Westminster, which defines the status of the dominions, the "Observer" states:—"Legalists have made our flesh creep by ...

    Article : 111 words
  27. Huge Nursing Home.

    A nursing home, which will cost £1,000,000, is being crected in Baker street. It will accommodate 600 patients, who will pay a fee of £[?] a day. The home will ...

    Article : 130 words
  28. Former Light Horseman.

    Mrs. Annie Hector, of Vales[?]ure (France) and formerly of Berkshire, who died on July 20, aged 79 years, left £47,63[?] After personal bequests the ba[?] of the estate ...

    Article : 111 words
  29. Classified Advertising

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    Advertising : 311 words
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