During the discussion on the Transport Bill in the Legislative Council to-night, the Vice-President of the Legislative Council (Mr. Concannon) ...Article : 77 words
Robbins and Jones took off in their monoplane at 3.57 this morning for Tokio, via British Columbia. The airmen plan to re-fuel in mid-air late on Wednesday, over Fairbanks, Alaska. ...Article : 72 words
The unification of the Australion railway system will be discussed at a conference of the Commonwealth and State railway ...Article : 61 words
Mr. Beasley, in the course of an attack on the Treasurer in the House of Representatives yesterday, said that Mr. Theodore, even when he was out ...Article : 174 words
The Australian Press Association learns that amid the great uncertainty at the Dominions Office regarding New South Wales, one thing certainly emerges, namely, a definite disagreement with the latest proposal under which the State ...Article : 141 words
When the bill to give effect to the proposals formulated by the Premiers' Conference was before the Legislative Assembly to-day, Mr. Blackburn ...Article : 171 words
The mystery surrounding the tragic disappearance of the air liner Southern Cloud was revived to-night by a rumour that the wreckage of the ...Article : 173 words
City circles are somewhat surprised at a able from Melbourne that the Commonwealth after seeking the internal conversion loan, is coming to ...Article : 67 words
Robbins and Jones arrived here at 7.30 on Wednesday night after a journey of 17 hours 36 minutes from Seattle. ...Article : 193 words
A deficit of £8,939,466 in the financial operations of the State of New South Wales, for the year ended June 30 last, was disclosed in the official statement ...Article : 186 words
The Secretary of State for the Dominions (Mr. Thomas) at a luncheon to the former Governor of Western Australia (Sir, [?]) camp[?]on) ...Article : 423 words
Mr. J.C. Eldridge gave notice in the House of Representatives yesterday of his intention to move that in the opinion of the House ...Article : 66 words
Dr. Luther has left for London. It is assumed that his visit is for the purpose of negotiating a loan. ...Article : 30 words
That the Governor (Sir Phillp Game) had refused the request of the Premier for additional appointments to the Legislative Council was admitted ...Article : 203 words
In the House of Commons to-day the appearance of the Mosley followers on the Conservative benches of the House of Commons continued to ...Article : 127 words
"Le Matin" reports from Warsaw that 25,000 Cossacks stationed in the Caucasus, have revolted against the ...Article : 43 words
Two blind women, Jane Stephen, 25, and Carolina Gretchen, 81, left the Edinburgh Institute, of which they were inmates, full of anticipation of their ...Article : 115 words
Supporting Senator Lynch's motion urging the Government to assist wheatgrowers, the leader of the Opposition (Sir George Pearce), in ...Article : 150 words
Legal flaws in the draft of the Premiers' Agreement are now occupying the attention of the Victorian Attorney General (Mr. Slater) but he does not ...Article : 83 words
The customs officers on duty at Circular Quay to-day saw a bag being lowered from a porthole of the liner Chang[?]. ...Article : 83 words
The mystery surrounding the finding of the charred body of a man in the ruins of a blazing car on Tuesday has not yet been solved. The ...Article : 90 words
Describing Senator Duncan's recent criticism of the British Government as unfair, Senator Kneebone (S.A), spoke in the Senate yesterday in ...Article : 131 words
"Does the Government intend to take any action should the New South Wales Government seek the British Government's assistance in avoiding an ...Article : 70 words
Regarding the Victorian Premier not [?]aving signed the draft of the Premiers' Conference Agreement, the Prime Minister, replying to a question ...Article : 94 words
In the ninth stage of the Tour de France from Pau to Luchon, the leaders were Magne (France), Present[?] (Italy), Demuysere (Belgium). All ...Article : 137 words
The Minister for Defence (Mr. Chifley) stated to-day the New South Wales Government had declined the Commonwealth offer of the use of the Liverpool ...Article : 80 words
Mr. Scullin's request for the speedy re-opening of the New South Wales Government Savings Bank is f[?]tly re-echoed by dozens of depositors who ...Article : 67 words
The former Governor of West Australia (Sir Philip Camp[?]on), in a speech at the luncheon in his honour, said he did not intend to express a ...Article : 88 words
Cochet, the French tennis champion, is suffering from synovitis, and it is unlikely he will help to defend the Davis [?] [?]n the challenge round on July 24. ...Article : 61 words
In view of the number of policemen killed and wounded in recent conflicts with the political extiemists, the Prussian Minister for the Interior issued ...Article : 57 words
Following the discovery of bombs near the telephone headquarters, the pollc[?] were ordered to shoot on sight telephone strikers caught attempting ...Article : 51 words
Following the [?]recent rapid suit-making, a Bristol firm of shoemaker to-day made a pair of black glace kid shoes for Mr. Thomas "to ...Article : 49 words
The possible production of films in Australia, employing local talent, will be considered at a Paris meeting of the United Artists in August. ...Article : 38 words
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