Escaping from the care of her father, and walking on to the roodway of Monaro Street, Queanbeyan, on Saturday evening, Agnes ...Article : 301 words
The Berlin representative of "The Daily Telegraph" says: 'The Iron Front movement, though still in its infancy, may become a ...Article : 130 words
The naval correspondent of "The Daily Telegraph" says the Dominion High Commissioners met the Ministry at the Foreign Office and he understands that they discussed the formulation of a united Empire policy for the Disarmament ...Article : 128 words
The lobby correspondent of the "Daily Express" states that a reduction in income tax rates is regarded as certain to be announced ...Article : 257 words
Despite the Home Government's denial, there are still persistent rumours in India that Gandhi is likely to be released ...Article : 110 words
One man was killed and five policemen and one civilian were injured in a terrific collision between a police wireless patrol car and a truck at ...Article : 210 words
Kingsford Smith left for Kupang at 6 this morning. ...Article : 17 words
Mrs. Kasturbhal Gandhi, wife of the Congress leader (who is himself in gaol), was convicted at Surat under the Criminal Law Amendment ...Article : 87 words
Following their investigations into the cold-blooded killing of Cecil Baker, 19, at Yagoona railway station last Monday night the police yesterday ...Article : 136 words
If the decline in the American dollar continues, it may cause a crisis far worse than Britain had to face with the £ sterling, says the "News--Chronicle." ...Article : 139 words
The British Government is proceeding with its plans on the assumption that the conference will start on January 25. ...Article : 338 words
The latest reports from India confirm that steady improvement continues regarding the position on the North-West Fiontier. ...Article : 248 words
The British Government, through the League of Nations, after communicating with members of the European Union Commission, has issued an ...Article : 144 words
What is believed to have been an attempt to rob Sargents Ltd., the wellknown city caterers, of a large sum of money, was to-night frustrated by ...Article : 165 words
The Judiciary Committee of the House of Representatives met to-day to Investigate the charges made by Mr. Wright Patman (Democrat, and ...Article : 128 words
Radio advices received here state that the Japanese steamer Kohwa Maru, en route from Manila to Geraldton, Australia, was forced off its course by a ...Article : 82 words
Stanley Goodwin, 18, of Newtown, was drowned in the river at National Park this afternoon. Goodwin was swimming with several ...Article : 86 words
Battered with an axe in her home yesterday, Mrs. Louisa Maud Shelden, aged 47 years, wife of the stationmaster at Dapto, received fatal injuries. ...Article : 285 words
With the steady surrender of rebels in all districts, and the death or capture of others in military and police operations, the Burma rebellion has now ...Article : 185 words
Unless things change, the amateur will disappear from County cricket within ten years says A. E. Gilligan, who captained the 1924-5 English ...Article : 171 words
Serious trouble between the police and unemployed is threatened at Darwin in consequence of the refusal of the authorities to release the six men who ...Article : 164 words
Patricia Brown, aged 4, of Northbridge, was admitted to hospital this evening in a critical condition suffering from burns about the body and face. ...Article : 74 words
The export of gold from India, the bulk coming from secret hoards of jewellery and sovereigns, continues. It is estimated that £3,000 000 a week in ...Article : 162 words
The "Financial News" says:—"The feeling is steadily growing that, whatever the precise course of the Lausanne Conference on reparations, ...Article : 104 words
Struck by a tram while playing in Ross Street, Forest Lodge, this afternoon, Catherine Morton, 3½, of Forest Lodge, was killed almost immediately. ...Article : 76 words
The Commerce Department reported that the country closed 1931 with a favourable trade balance of approximately 334,076,000 dollars. ...Article : 62 words
A heavy smoke haze hung over Canberra yesterday, but it did not emanate from any serious blaze near at hand. ...Article : 45 words
The Italian financial experts, Professor Beneduce and Signor Buti, after conversations in Paris with the French financial authorities, were ...Article : 43 words
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