THE Berlin correspondent of "The Times" states: "The Minister for Economics (Dr Funk) stated today that he estimated that £160,000,000 worth ...Article : 929 words
THE diplomatic correspondent of the Australian Associated Press states: "A joint plan for the absorption of refugees is likely to emerge from two conferences between the American Ambassador to Great Britain (Mr ...Article : 1,334 words
The Premier (M. Daladier), after conferring with the vice-president of the Colonial Committee of the Chamber of Deputies (M. Taittinger) issued a ...Article : 637 words
DESPITE drizzling rain, King Carol and the down Prince drove in an open semi-Stale landau to the Guildhall today. King Carol frequently ...Article : 543 words
INTRODUCING the Newsprinting Paper Bounty Bill in the House of Representatives tonight, the Minister for Customs (Mr Perkins) declared that ...Article : 568 words
ADDRESSING members of the Chamber of Commerce today, Colonel L. Cosgrave. Canadian Trade Commissioner, emphasised the fact that there was a ...Article : 465 words
FOLLOWING the Cabinet's discussions today, the Prime Minister (Mr Lyons) issued a stern warning to the waterside workers who have refused to ...Article : 338 words
Several hundred people saw the three Vickers Wellesley bombers take off in formation from Archerfield for Sydney this morning. Heading into an easterly ...Article : 331 words
In the pocket of Flight-sergeant T. Dixon, a member of the crew of the Wellesley bombers, when he reached Australia was an engagement ring ...Article : 138 words
Harold G. Baker appeared in the Warialda Police Court today on a charge of having set a spring gun, thereby causing grievous bodily harm ...Article : 211 words
"It is suggested that there was a regular fortress under the house but that when the police got in they found nothing connected with racing," said ...Article : 213 words
A permanent national council for physical fitness will probably be established before the end of the year. Its immediate formation was recommended ...Article : 112 words
The Chinese declare that fierce fighting it taking place on the outskirts of Canton. The Japanese retreated to the city to await reinforcements. The ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 152 words
Speaking during the debate on the Ministers of States Bill in the House of Representatives last night Mr Lane (U.A.P., New South Wales), declared ...Article : 192 words
The theft of £10 from William James Shean, of Beatrice Terrace, Ascot, horse trainer, by his brother-in-law, was related in the Police Court today, when ...Article : 151 words
Counterblasting criticism in the House of Commons, supporters of Mr Chamberlain's policy proposed a motion of confidence, assuring unqualified ...Article : 71 words
Up to £500,000 a year is to be set aside to finance the transfer of wheatgrowers from marginal and sub-marginal wheat lands to more productive ...Article : 120 words
With a birdie at 38, A. Gazzard defeated J. Quarton in the first round of the professional golf championship to-day. E. Anderson, the titleholder, had ...Article : 88 words
Mr Austin Hopkinson (Nationalist member of the House of Commons) announces that he is no longer a supporter of the Government owing to the ...Article : 50 words
Cardinal Schuster. Archbishop of Milan, in a sermon, violently attacked the Italian radical anti-Jewish laws, declaring that racial countries were as ...Article : 32 words
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