The Viceroy to-day ordered that Gandhi and other membars of the Congress Working Committee be released from prison "in order to ...Article : 118 words
In a sensational bathing. incident at' the Cotter swimming pool, during which the lives of four persons were in danger at one time, Loftus Henry Robert Ruffles, 21, the only son of Sergeant Ruffles, of Queanbeyan ...Article : 421 words
"Whenever anything goes wrong, a scapegoat, has to be found. said Mr. Blakeley, "and at the present time ...Article : 253 words
With every member holding strong views on the subject of Mr. Theodore's return to Cabinet, one of the most dramatic meetings in the history of the Federal Labour Party terminated last night. ...Article : 1,349 words
The Australian Labour Party Conference to-day carrl;ed a motion urging that the Federal Gouvernment make credits available through the ...Article : 269 words
Captain, William Couett, of Lunenburg (Nova'Scotia) died in the United States Marine Hospital on Staem Island from wounds received when a ...Article : 236 words
Referring to Australia's financial position, Caption H. Peacocok, of the firm of Wlater Evans and co. made an interesting suggestion.He said that ...Article : 116 words
The A.L.P. Conference'to—day received a report from the industrial sub-committee urging the Federal Government be again requested to ...Article : 71 words
Dame Nellie Melba, who was admitted to hospital last. week, was reported as being seriously ill this morning. ...Article : 41 words
About 25 people were injured this afternoon, when scaffolding used as seats at the Freshwater Surf Club's carnival collapsed. ...Article : 106 words
A conference of the Carters and Drivers' Union to-day, carried' 'a motion requesting the Federal Executive of the Labour Party to ...Article : 54 words
The possibility of the British Government yet swinging round for the purpose of defending the Schneider Cup was suggested by Commander ...Article : 109 words
At the A.L.P. conference to-day, a motion that the Government establish a co-operative society so as to permit the society to engage in all ...Article : 60 words
Speaking at the Anniversary Day regatta to-day the Chief Secretary (Mr, Gosling) said what was needed In Australia to-day was the same ...Article : 91 words
Faling 30 feet 'front, tlie brink. of a cliff at Brindabella on Sunday night, George Rowe, a clerk at the Commonwealth Bank, Canberra, sustained ...Article : 78 words
Mrs. Victor Bruce, British aviatrix, fulfilled one, purpose of her roundthe-world air journey on Sunday when she dropped her flag here on Manx, ...Article : 65 words
William Brown, an accountant employed by a firm of rubber share brokers, was sentenced to imprisonment for three years for criminal breach of ...Article : 37 words
Mr. R. B. Warders, of thE Garwieke: aerodrome, was flying this afternoon when he was horrified to sec an Avro aeroplane which the had been ...Article : 57 words
The Argentine Government, In an endeavour to lower the cost of living reduced the price of bread from the, equivalent of3½to 2 cents a 1b. ...Article : 85 words
During a quarrel between two boys at Moore Park, to-day, Thomas Goode, 15 was stabbed in the chest apparently with a penknife and was taken to ...Article : 121 words
The Railway Commissioners stated to-day that between December 16, 1930 and last Saturday the Railway Department loaded 3,149.721 bags of this ...Article : 88 words
J Speaking at a civic reception to-day' the Premier (Mr. Lang) made lengthy reference to the position of the railways and tramways. They had, he ...Article : 114 words
The Premier (Mr. Moore) said today, he was unable to say what price wheat farmers In Queensland would receive for this year's crop. He had ...Article : 79 words
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