With the inauguration of the weekly Dutch air service to Batavia at the end of September, Colonel J. G.Koopman, who was for many years ...Article : 334 words
According to reports from Harbin, eleven Soviet warships and ten military aeroplanes have appeared at the mouth of the Sungari River in Manchuria, ...Article : 78 words
It was a day of thrills for the 300,000 watchers at the Irish Tourist Trophy as' the world's fastest motor cars blazed flames, skidded' and crashed ...Article : 240 words
The gang crime way reached a climax yesterday afternoon. Warfare flared up in five places in.the metropolitan area. ...Article : 413 words
Gandhi has telegraphed the Viceroy seeking an interview. Lord Willingsdon, after discussion with the executive councillors, ...Article : 80 words
The country is still being held in suspense regarding the political proposals. it was assumed when His Majesty's decision to come to London was made known, that the Government had arrived ...Article : 1,336 words
Anti-German feeling in Canton is running high, following confirmation of a report that General Chiang Kai-shek, the Nationalist Commander-in-Chief, ...Article : 95 words
There were riotous seenes at a meeting called by the local Congress Committee at Cawnpore,to condemn [?] and revolutionary activities. ...Article : 54 words
Writing to Gandhi, the Viceroy states that the activities of the Congress in many directors had been contrary to the letter and sprit of the ...Article : 129 words
The correspondent of the-United Press Association at Washington says the Federal Reserve Bank yesterday reported that American gold stocks ...Article : 120 words
The deluges on the Yangtze River-are; the climax to a disastrous situation in Central and North China. Hankow's last shelter is threatened ...Article : 92 words
There was no formal resumption of sittings of the court in the Mungana case, to-day in view of the impossibility of the jury being able to ...Article : 124 words
Tangail, a town in the Dacca division' of East Bengal, which is notorious for terrorist activities, was the scene of another outrage yesterday, ...Article : 186 words
It is understood that in the event of the Italians and French not competing for the Schneider Trophy, in the race on September 12, the ...Article : 160 words
A Treasury minute published last night gave authority' to the Bank of England to issue fiduciary bank notes to a total of £275,000,000 for a further ...Article : 99 words
The position of the butter market has changed completely, thanks mainly to the improved financial position of Germany, which has enabled ...Article : 144 words
The August Flower Show of the Horticultural Society in Acton Hall to-night will provide an entertaining evening in more ways than one. Apart ...Article : 107 words
The crowds cheered His Majesty on arrival at, Euston Station and again when he drove to the Palace gates. Mr. Ramsay MacDonald called on ...Article : 86 words
American Press Associations have agreed with the Post Office to exclude from the service, all sweepstake and lottery news hereafter. ...Article : 85 words
The New Zealand airman, Chichester, is convalescing at Shingu Wakayama Prefecture. He will leave hospital in a few days and will recuperate at ...Article : 82 words
The success that attended the initial performance of community singing in the Causeway Hall last Tuesday has prompted, the authorities to make the ...Article : 169 words
William Tory, 25, unemployed, of Gladesville, attempted, to commit suicide last night.by scooting himself in the chest with a rifle. ...Article : 84 words
Senator Couzens, formerly Henry Ford's partner, to-day offered 1,000,000 dollars for relief of unemployed here during the coming winter. ...Article : 78 words
Suspicion of foul play has now entered the minds of searchers for Jovce Bryant who has been missing from her home since last Thursday afternoon, ...Article : 62 words
Earl Jellicoe arrived here an Saturday from London en route to Toronto to preside at the fifth bi-ennial convention of the British Empire Service ...Article : 56 words
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