Although the strike of cotton, wool, and silk textile workers began to-night, as practically all the mills are closed until Tuesday (Monday being Labour Day, a ...Article : 477 words
Because the outcome will depend upon the allotment of preferences the result of the by-election to fill the vacant Nunawading seat in the Legislative Assembly ...Article : 798 words
Convened to "evolve order out of chaos," a meeting of the Collingwood Council, held on Saturday night, has left behind it a condition of disorder and uncertainty ...Article : 1,056 words
ALBURY (N.S.W.) Sunday. — The police have not yet succeeded in identfying the young woman whose charred body, in a wheat sack, was found in a culvert ...Article : 596 words
One of the worst train wreekings ever perpetrated by bandits in the three Eastern Provinces occurred to-day, 26 miles south of Harbin, on the Chinese Eastern ...Article : 367 words
SYDNEY, Sunday. — Paul Drasdorff, aged 45 years, a Russian, was shot dead at point-blank range when he disturbed a man in the act of robbing the till in his ...Article : 295 words
Geelong, 16 goals 21 behinds (117 points). Collingwood, 16 goals 16 behinds (112 points). ...Article : 1,258 words
No Ministerial or other official comment is made on the speech by the German Minister for Economics (Dr. Schacht) at Badeilsen, but the reaction of ...Article : 271 words
Following closely upon the wreeking of a train near Harbin yesterday, another outrage by bandits was reported by the authorities of the Chinese Eastern ...Article : 149 words
The Washington correspondent of the New York "American" declares that leaders of the Administration gave a frigid reception to-day to the British proposals ...Article : 137 words
A letter from the central executive of the Labour party, which was signed by Mr. D. L. McNamara, the secretary, and was addressed in circular form to "Labour ...Article : 125 words
The "Sunday Times" says that it is expected that the boycott of Australian goods in Lancashire will end on Tuesday, when the northern council of grocers' ...Article : 488 words
Several withdrawals from the Centenary Air Race from London to Melbourne were announced to-day. They were:— Wedell- Williams Air Corporation ...Article : 284 words
The Berlin correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph" says that Dr. Schacht's speech, although welcomed by members of the middle class who form the backbone of ...Article : 77 words
The Duke of Gloucester arrived in London early this morning from Balmoral Castle where he has been staying with the King and Queen. He went at once ...Article : 360 words
A further increase of 5½d. an ounce in the price of gold to a new high record of £7/1/5 (equal to £8/14/6 an ounce Australian currency) took place to-day. The ...Article : 159 words
On Dr. Schacht's instructions the Reichsbank has informed the Minister for Propaganda (Dr. Goebbels) that no further foreign currency will be available ...Article : 103 words
ECHUCA, Sunday. — Using pieces of wire for material with which to build a nest, a pair of magpies caused a dislocation of the telephone ...Article : 80 words
Mr. Harold S. Vanderbilt's yacht Rainbow was chosen on Friday night to defend the America's cup against the British yacht Endeavour owned by Mr. T. O. M. ...Article : 116 words
The Premier of Prussia (General Goering) has released 742 persons who have been held in "protective custody" in Prussian concentration camps. Their ...Article : 92 words
Holders of 1919 Victory bonds of a face value of 250,000,000 dollars (about £50,000,000) will receive interest of less than 4 per cent., instead of 5 ½ per cent. ...Article : 72 words
The British Equalisation Fund remained passive during the further decline of sterling to-day. "Journal des Debats" expresses the ...Article : 84 words
Presedent Roosevelt has accepted the resignation of the director of the Budget (Mr. Lewis Douglass). He appointed Mr. Daniel Bell, a veteran employee of the ...Article : 110 words
In connection with the national air races being held at Cleveland (Ohlo), Colonel Roscoe Turner, one of the entrants for the London-Melbourne air race, to-day ...Article : 86 words
The Geneva correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph" says that Switzerland expects that an attempt will be made to drive down sterling to the level of the devalued ...Article : 85 words
Two Australian native bears are characters in the first British film cartoon made by Mr. Dennis Connelly, formerly of Melbourne, which is ready for release. It has ...Article : 96 words
Official statistics show that since the Nazi regime began 21,000 Jews migrated to France, 10,000 to Palestine, 8.000 to Poland, 4.000 to Czechoslovakia, 3,000 each ...Article : 62 words
A new record has been established in the price realised for fine gold. The Electrolytic Refining and Smelting Co. Ltd., of Port Kembla on Friday sold a ...Article : 76 words
Though the official announcement of the triumvirate to help Herr Hitler rule Germany will not be announced till the Nazi party conference next week, ...Article : 66 words
National gliding competitions will take place during the next 10 days near Thirsk (Yorkshire). Many pilots will take part, several flying in succession in 20 or 30 ...Article : 101 words
Gene Sarazen and Joe Kirkwood, professional golfing tourists, have completed plans to visit Australia and New Zealand this autumn and winter. ...Article : 83 words
The joint committee of the Lancashire cotton industry states that firms welcome the Australian Governments further concession whereby it will cousider ...Article : 70 words
In a campaign to break up the last remnants of John Dillinger's band of desperadoes the police arrested seven persons to-day, including Louis Plquctt, who ...Article : 78 words
A message from Bled (Jugoslavia) states that Prince George, whoso engagement to Princess Marina of Greece was announced on Tuesday, will build a ...Article : 70 words
It isn't, cowardice, it's good sense to slip your moorings for a little while, to turn a determined back upon the cares and worries inseparable from one's office or home, ...Article : 83 words
Remember your friends overseas this Christmas with a Hamper of Choice Australian Fruits or other delectable edibles, produced in this country. The Mutual ...Article : 69 words
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