England carried its score to 627 for the loss of nine wickets at Old Trafford, Manchester, on Saturday afternoon before Wyatt declared the innings closed. Leyland repeated his success at Lord's by making 153, the highest score of the present series. Ames, Allen, and Verity also caused the tired Australian bowlers ...Article : 430 words
Although it has been stated officially in Germany that conditions are quiet, there are signs that there is a deep-seated feeling of disillusionment among the people, and particularly among the Storm Troopers, of whom, ...Article : 607 words
Possibly the most pleasing feature of League football this season has been the improvement shown by St. Kilda and Essendon. Ten years have passed since ...Article : 1,342 words
SYDNEY, Sunday.—Reginald Annabel, a well-known pilot, was killed when the Gipsy Moth 'plane Spirit of Fun Junior stalled near the top of a low loop, and ...Article : 373 words
The worst fears were realised when the bowlers failed to improve on yesterday's form, and Leyland and Ames put England practically in an unassailable ...Article : 925 words
When the match was resumed the weather was even hotter than it was yesterday. It was practically windless. Bromley and Barnett were again substitutes. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 1,805 words
D. R. Jardine, writes in the "Evening Standard":—"The wicket at the opening played rather a shade slower than on "Friday, but was slightly more apt to turn ...Article : 513 words
BRISBANE, Sunday.—James John Burrows, aged 25 years, single, of Abbotsford road, Bowen Hills, Brisbane, was killed when the Gipsy Moth 'plane he was flying ...Article : 218 words
Sir Clive Wigram, private secretary to the King, on behalf of His Majesty, telegraphed to the manager of the Australian team (Mr. Bushby) ...Article : 108 words
At least 3,000,000 men are carrying weapons in Germany, according to the estimate of a well-informed storm trooper. Outwardly Germany is peaceful, and the ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 646 words
Mr. W. M. Bickerton, the New Zealand school teacher, who escaped from Japan while he was on ball on charges related to alleged Communist activities, which he ...Article : 172 words
The Berlin correspondent of the British United Press says that the News Bureau is protesting against alleged exaggerations in the foreign press. It says that it is ...Article : 77 words
"The brutal Hitler, or the gentle Christ—those are the alternatives that face the world," said the Rev. W. D. Jackson at the Collins street Baptist Church ...Article : 209 words
Speaking at a Liberal demonstration at Dorchester, Mr. Lloyd George criticised the Government's agricultural policy. He declared that the House of Commons ...Article : 132 words
Fire destroying a Gipsy Moth aeroplane which crashed when the pilot was attempting a low loop at the Mascot aerodrome, Sydney, yesterday. The pilot (Mr. Reginald Annabel) was incinerated, (Picturegram from Sydney). ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 32 words
Sir Hubert Wilkins, the explorer, left Croydon to-day by air for Singapore, whence he will fly to New Zealand. He said that he hoped to be with members of ...Article : 66 words
Sir Gerald du Maurier, the actor and producer, who died recently, left estate valued at £18,031. ...Article : 24 words
A fractured skull and cerebral irritation were received by Allan Cameron, aged 18 years, of yendon road, Glenhuntly, when he collapsed at the ...Article : 51 words
The price of gold is £6/17/10½ an ounce fine compared with £6/17/9 an ounce on the previous day. Adding exchange and allowing for ...Article : 44 words
of MUTUAL TEA is delicious to the discriminating palate, and its absolute purity makes it very economical in use. Try a pound at the price you usually pay, and ...Article : 84 words
If your nerves are all to pieces the usual crowded holiday may not benefit you much. Better, far, to regain health and vigour at VICTORIA'S LEADING ...Article : 86 words
"Dynamel" is far better than enamels or [?]acquers for all interior woodwork and furniture of all kinds. Its smooth, hard surface resists dust, and "the more you ...Article : 45 words
to-day to the Sincerity Winter Sale at The Mutual. Heavy reductions are the rule in all departments of Drapery, China, and Furnishings, and the Providoring ...Article : 54 words
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