The Washington correspondent of "The Times" states:—"The British Government's decision to build only one cruiser will not modify the ...Article : 169 words
The special correspondent in Moscow of the "Intransigent" states:—"Demonstrations in favour of Trotsky are occurring all over Russia. ...Article : 56 words
Captain F. A. Giles left the Mills Field-aerodrome at 8.17 this morning for Honolulu, en route to Australia, but returned after having ...Article : 281 words
Resuming his evidence to-day before the Marine Court of Inquiry, which is inquiring into the sinking of the ferry, Greycliffe, Captain ...Article : 1,448 words
Twenty-five persons were injured this morning when a motor omnibus got out of control owing to the steering gear locking, and crashed ...Article : 494 words
Traffic Inspector Binet laid [?] complaint against Jack Clinac, a taxi-driver, in the Boulder Police Court yesterday that he at 10.25 ...Article : 545 words
The "Populaire" publishes a letter written by Mr. Fenner Brockway, president of the British Independent Labour party, refusing ...Article : 116 words
The White House stated on Friday that while President Coolidge expects the navy to be increased by some cruisers, the Geneva failure ...Article : 43 words
In a speech in Parliament from the throne to-day. King Fuad said that the Prime Minister (Sarwat Pasha), during his visit to ...Article : 118 words
The "New York Times" correspondent in Washington states: "The participation of the United States in the meeting in Geneva on the ...Article : 124 words
Captain Giles announces that he will start at dawn on Tuesday. The field has dried and is in perfect condition. ...Article : 30 words
A better era may be dawning in the relations between the United States of America and Mexico. Felicitations were exchanged between ...Article : 82 words
The town has assumed a holiday appearance, and a goodly number of visitors are now enjoying the very best of holiday weather. ...Article : 237 words
Mr. John Carbery, who recently dropped his title of Baron when he became a naturalised American departed from Croydon to-day in a ...Article : 108 words
"No word," continues the correspondent, "has reached the State Department that Britain is contemplating the offer of a resolution to ...Article : 99 words
It is understood that the State Department is considering the question of a possible loan by American bankers to the South Manchurian ...Article : 87 words
Although the application of the Australian Workers' Union for the appointment of an industrial board to frame a new award in the mining ...Article : 135 words
The Acting Coroner, Mr. J. J. Lloyd, gave his verdict to-day in connection with his inquiry into the death of Charles Wm. Saunders (77) ...Article : 146 words
Sir Alan Cobham, whose departure was held up, owing to mist, left Southampton to-day for Bordeaux. ...Article : 45 words
M. Litvinoq and Admiral Behrens will head the Soviet's delegation of eleven to the approaching meeting of the Preparatory ...Article : 29 words
Proposals framed by the Board of Trade for revision of the International Convention of 1914 on the Safety of Life at Sea, are being ...Article : 106 words
In a leading article "The Times" says: "The public will hardly approve of the cruiser decision unless there is implied a deliberate effort ...Article : 101 words
The R.A.F. flying boats alighted in the Karachi Harbour from Gwadar at 11.10 this morning. ...Article : 24 words
Those who attended the Stadium last night had an opportunity of realising how the cavemen fought when Walter Miller (U.S.A.) and ...Article : 141 words
It is understood that the United States will resist attempts by foreign commercial aviation services to establish bases in the Panama ...Article : 108 words
Four Italians were concerned, in a sensational affray in Market-street, Fremantle, to-day, as a result of which Agnostnp Salvatora (50) and ...Article : 145 words
While Harry Christian Giese (46 with two companions were opposuming in the Greenbushes district last night they proceeded to cut a ...Article : 82 words
In the House of Commons to-day the Leader of the Opposition (Mr. Ramsay MacDonald) asked whether, in view of the grave importance of ...Article : 160 words
The correspondent of "The Times" is authoritatively informed that the British decision in regard to cruisers will in nowise modify the ...Article : 194 words
The President of the Manchester Chamber of Commerce (Mr. W. T. Thompson) headed a deputation to the High Commissioner for ...Article : 178 words
To-night the current programme will be screened for the last time. The wonderful picture "Havoc" is the chief attraction, and George ...Article : 152 words
Hinkler and McIntosh have decided to fly to London for repairs. The injuries to their plane consist of a damaged wingtip and propeller. ...Article : 87 words
Over 600 loaded wheat trucks have accumulated at the north wharf, Freniantle, as the result of a dispute between the Lumpers' Union and ...Article : 40 words
The undermentioned scratchings were recorded to-day:— Railway Stakes: Sundex, Smoke bush, Carus, Aplomb, Multiped ...Article : 51 words
Owners and trainers are reminded that nominations close at noon on Saturday for events to be decided at the Kalgoorlie Racing Club's ...Article : 57 words
It is announced that McIntosh and Hinkler thought they had landed in Russia and therefore described themselves as Dutchmen. This ...Article : 51 words
M. [?] superseded M. Trotsky, who has been deposed from the chairmanship of the Central Concession Committee. ...Article : 30 words
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