Who bowled well ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 7 words
Nominations for the by-elections for the State electorates of Nunawading and Clifton Hill, made necessary by the decision of Mr. Menzies and Mr. Blackburn ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 446 words
The results obtained by Professor Max Cosyns in his balloon ascent into the stratosphere on Saturday are stated by him to be very pleasing. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 271 words
Germans cast a large vote on Sunday in favour of merging the offices of Reichsleader (President) and Chancellor in Herr Adolf Hitler. In spite ...Article : 686 words
Before Ponsford lost his wicket on the resumption of the deciding Test match yesterday he carried his score from 205 to 266, or 22 more than the mammoth score made by Bradman on Saturday. McCabe, who reached his 1000 runs in Test cricket when he scored a single yesterday, went for 10, and when the fourth ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 331 words
SEYMOUR, Monday. — Two men, whose names are not known, were killed and eight men were injured when a motor-truck fell over an embankment at ...Article : 270 words
Mr. Howard Marshall in the "Daily Telegraph" writes:—"I suppose we must still take the Test seriously, although it has become virtually a farce. Bradman ...Article : 144 words
The day broke with a cloudless sky and with a freshening breeze. Elaborate precautions were taken to protect the wicket during the night, police occupying ...Article : 2,062 words
The body of a woman who was fatally injured by a car at the intersection of Lygon and Blyth streets, East Brunswick, on Sunday night, was identified at the ...Article : 50 words
Captain Pond and Lieutenant Sabell[?] when flying from Rome to Dublin whence they intended to cross the Atlantic to America encountered fog and rain in ...Article : 172 words
After he had carried an injured man into the casualty department of the Melbourne Hospital last evening, a motorist told the hospital officials that he had ...Article : 94 words
D. R. Jardine writes:—Clark placed an ordinary county field with or without the selectors' permission. This might have mode a great difference on Saturday, but ...Article : 160 words
KYNETON, Monday.—When shooting rabbits at Langley, near Kyneton, a youth, Thomas Parsells, was struck by two pellets of shot which ricochetted back after ...Article : 73 words
Eggs were thrown at the Rev. G. A. Judkins, director of the Methodist social service department, while he was speaking about Communism in the Albert Park ...Article : 191 words
ADELAIDE, Monday.—Goods valued at £1,500 were stolen from the premises of Cornell Ltd., merchants, in Pirie street, Adelaide, at the week-end. The thieves ...Article : 124 words
Mr. Henry Rainey, Speaker of the United States House of Representatives, died in a hospital at St. Louis to-day from bronchial ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 99 words
Writing in the "Evening Standard," Mr. C. B. Fry states:—"Clark opened by bowling what I suppose is leg theory. There were four short-legs. Allen dismissed ...Article : 139 words
E. L. McCormick, the Victorian fast bowler, will discuss the Australian Eleven fast bowler Tim Wall in a broadcast talk from station 3UZ to-day at 7.15 p.m. He ...Article : 42 words
The Austrian Government has confiscated property valued at £200,000 possessed by Dr. von Rintelen, the former Austrian Ambassador at Rome, who had ...Article : 115 words
Clothing valued at £55 was stolen from a room occupied by Mr. P. Cairns, signwriter, at Hollywood guest house, Beaconsfield parade, St. Kilda, while Mr. Cairns ...Article : 75 words
Efforts to float the steamer Inverbank, which stranded on Chauminasi Reef (Fiji), while on the way from Suva to New Zealand, have so far failed, but the ...Article : 177 words
Writing in the "Daily Telegraph," Mr. P. F. Warner says:—"Unless the match is destined to be the most extraordinary in the history of cricket Australia is on the ...Article : 225 words
Sir,—The comments of Mr. Adamson are, to use legal phraseology, slightly "irrelevant to the Issue." Marylebone is, as he states, honourably abiding by an ...Article : 261 words
The "News-Chronicle" says: — "The most impressive fact of the election is that 4,000,000 Germans had the hardihood to vote against Herr Hitler. The ...Article : 139 words
Although a draft constitution for the establishment of one big union of building trade workers in Melbourne has been agreed to at meetings of some of the men, ...Article : 139 words
Sir Nigel Playfair, the noted London actor-manager, died to-day, aged 60 years. [Sir Nigel Playfair, who was educated ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 235 words
While Central China is suffering a prolonged heat wave and drought, parts of Manchoukuo are experiencing disastrous floods. Torrential rains on Friday, ...Article : 114 words
BRISBANE, Monday. — The first series of wool sales for the current season was opened to-day, when 9.537 bales were offered. The selection was an average ...Article : 481 words
Writing in the "Morning Post," Mr. Robertson Glasgow says:—"Bradman was wholly magnificent, and was caught when England's hope had fled from a shot ...Article : 229 words
CANBERRA, Monday.—Details of the itinerary covering the visit to Melbourne during the Centenary celebrations of three Short Rangoon type flying-boats from the ...Article : 137 words
SYDNEY, Monday. — Sir Edgeworth David, emeritus professor of geology at the University of Sydney, became ill at the University to-day, and was removed ...Article : 74 words
The price of gold is £6/18/3 an ounce fine, compared with £6/18/4 on Saturday. Adding exchange and allowing for ...Article : 62 words
To-day and the following days are reserved for the official opening of the Spring Fashion Display, in which all departments of fashion participate. Come ...Article : 69 words
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