The Federal Cauous yesterday morning, indefinitely postponed the motion moved a fortnight ago by Messrs. ...Article : 288 words
Following the resignation of the Cabinet, an emergency decree has been issued by President Hindenburg, establishing a rigid dictatorship. The decree suspends the constitutional rights of the ...Article : 200 words
Sir Hubert Wilkins arrived to-day on board the German liner, Bremen, for a lecture tour and an attempt to organise ...Article : 118 words
The political parties in Britain have lost no time in getting to work on the business of electioneering. To-night saw the issue of several manifestos, the Prime Minister giving the lead. He attended the Opera House to ...Article : 867 words
A hint of further taxation was given by Mr. Baddeley, replying to a deputation from the United Unemployed ...Article : 298 words
Mr. Marks said in the House of Representatives yesterday, that he had heard that representatives of big American and ...Article : 115 words
The American Bankers' Association to-day voted approval to the plan for 500,000,000 dollars bankers' pool ...Article : 84 words
Sir Thomas Lipton's estate exceeds £1,000,000. He bequeathed most of it to charity. ...Article : 21 words
Overcome by deadly cyanide fumes at a flat in Rosebank Street, Darlinghurst, to-day, Mrs. Priscilla Weeks, 68, succumbed, and ...Article : 362 words
The Minister for Home Affairs (Mr. A. Blakeley) stated yesterday that the Government had given considera[?] to the recommendations made by the ...Article : 168 words
An official statement issued to-day through the Australian Press Association said "British and Continental shipowners in the European-Australian trade ...Article : 80 words
While pursuing inquiries to-day into an alleged attempt to defraud a young man of £200 in sovereigns, a detective was able to clear up a big ...Article : 253 words
About a dozen men were [?] in a serious affray at Happy Valley Unemployed Camp, La [?]erouse, to-day, and axe handles an[?] weapons ...Article : 102 words
According to Mr. Riordan the freight on wool is ex[?]nt in comparison with the freight on other produce exported from Australia. He asked the ...Article : 148 words
All Federal Judges were recently asked if they would voluntarily accept a reduction in their salaries, and thus bring themselves into line with the ...Article : 158 words
Parliament was prorog[?]ed to-day and to-night the King held a Privy Council, at which the proclamation for the dissolution of Parliament was signed. ...Article : 106 words
The Commonwealth Government lighthouse ship "Cape Otway," which left Sydney for Western Australia last Saturday for lighthouse inspection work ...Article : 135 words
The Empire Industries Association, in a statement signed by three members of the House of Commons, says that the Association supported its ...Article : 128 words
Stones and hammer heads were thrown at the police, who attempted to stop Manchester unemployed, who despite warnings were marching on the ...Article : 135 words
The Governor (Sir Philip Game) has declined to open the Rose Day Fair in Martin Place to-morrow. He declared he did not think it good ...Article : 67 words
Twelve of thirteen delegations represented at the fourth Pan-American Commercial Conference to-day approved of the resolution calling for an ...Article : 72 words
William Coffman commissioner of the Ameiican Athletic Union, announced to-day that the British Empire Games would be held at Kezar Stadium ...Article : 54 words
The Treasurer (Mr. Theodore) gave notice in the House of Representatives yesterday that he would introduce a hill on Tuesday to give effect to the ...Article : 37 words
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