The Washington correspondent of "The New York Times" says that the 11,000,000,000 dollars post war debt funding agreement between the Allies collapsed to-day, when Britain sent a note to the State Department announcing that the instalment due on June 15 would be paid neither in ...Article : 427 words
According to "The Daily Telegraph," Mr. Ramsay MacDonald intends to reconstruct the Government during the Parliamentary ...Article : 66 words
R. S. Wyatt (Warwickshire) has been invited to lead England in the first test match against Australia at Nottingham on Friday next. ' The remainder of the team will be chosen on the morning of ...Article : 1,003 words
Addressing the Disarmament Conference to-day, the chairman (Mr. Arthur Henderson) reiterated that he did not over-state the ...Article : 174 words
Advices from all States indicate the successful flotation of the Commonwealth £12,000,000 loan, which opened to-day. Acting for several clients, a ...Article : 124 words
The Duke of Gloucester will attend a State banquet, a grand ball and hold a reception of members of Parliament and officials during his stay of two ...Article : 227 words
The Washington correspondent of "The New York Times," states that scattered rain throughout the middle west in the past 48 hours, has not ...Article : 104 words
Subscriptions to the Commonwealth £12,000,000 loan, which opened to-day, were much greater than was anticipated. It is ...Article : 37 words
The weather was fine and cool when the match between Australia and Lancashire was resumed to-day. Woodfull and Brown were ...Article : 117 words
Though he made no statement to the Press, of the matters considered by Cabinet which sat at Parliament House, Canberra, yesterday, the ...Article : 94 words
Tyldesley, another of the veterans, who handled the Australians bowling with far more confidence than the youngsters, and Fleetwood-Smith's ...Article : 588 words
With the introduction of the winter railway time-table on Sunday next, many services will be speeded up. ...Article : 87 words
The new German law encouraging cremation, is regarded here as a further blow against Catholicism, which has always opposed cremation as a ...Article : 74 words
An invitation to visit Canberra on June 15. and lunch with Cabinet, has been extended to Miss Jean Batten," the New Zealand aviatrix, ...Article : 41 words
In to-day's fresh atmosphere and on the more responsive wicket, after a drink and a sniff of smelling salts after a blow from Bowes, the Nawab ...Article : 223 words
The following goodwill message was conveyed from the Governor-General of Australia (Sir Isaac A. Isaacs) to the Governor-General of New Zealand ...Article : 216 words
The quintuplets born to Mrs. Dionne, of Corbeil, last week, are a week old to-day, despite the contraction of jaundice. ...Article : 60 words
The late Admiral Togo was buried to-day with full pomp of naval and military and civil ceremonies. He was accorded high honours. The funeral ...Article : 65 words
Sir Charles Kingsford Smith has been awarded the Oswald Watt medal for the firlt time, for the most brilliant performance by an ...Article : 60 words
The body of a man was founding on the road near Young last night His swag was beside him and his dog was lying across his body. The dog ...Article : 56 words
During a quarrel in a camp at Benambra, in the Omeo district, last night, Clifford Parkes, 22, was fatally wounded, and to-day a man was ...Article : 46 words
The winter wool sales opened today in disappointing fashion. Competition was dull and demands generally were poor. A large proportion ...Article : 39 words
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