At to-day's meeting of the Council of the League of Nations Viscount Ishii, referring to the recent dispute between Italy and Greece ...Article : 224 words
A somewhat severe vertical earthquake occurred here and at Kobe this morning at 5.55. Its centre is believed to be in the ...Article : 51 words
Interviewed at Southampton on his arrival in England for the Imperial conference, Mr. Massey de-cleared that Britain's only hope of ...Article : 465 words
A remarkable feat has been achieved by the French Airship Dixmude. She has been continuously flying since Tuesday mornings and ...Article : 57 words
The death roll from the disaster is estimated to-night at between 40 and 55. The train wreck lay in rain and snow all day, the flood was ...Article : 102 words
The "Daily Telegraph" correspondent in Madrid says:—"Life in Spain was never so normal as at present. The swith and ...Article : 127 words
The Freedom of Edinburgh was to-day conferred on Lord Novar. The Lord Provost, Sir Thomas [?]utchison, presided, and the ...Article : 99 words
The "Daily Telegraph" correspondent in Paris says:—"The holding of a birth rate congress in Marseilles, whereat further ...Article : 118 words
The Secretary for Labour, Mr. Davis, answering Sir Auckland Geddes' recent criticism of Ellis island, states:—"If the British ...Article : 194 words
The remarkable story of a gigantic incendiary organisation described as the greatest ever known in Britain lies behind the conviction ...Article : 342 words
The Government of Bengal has ordered the evidence relating to the men arrested on 25th., all of whom are prominent Nationalists, to be ...Article : 81 words
The Government troops surrounded the last Communist strongholds in Ferdinandovo this morning arrested the Communists.— ...Article : 31 words
At a meeting of business men this evening in the Rotary Club in Leeds, Mr. J. R. Clynes; M.P., advocated a graduated capital levy ...Article : 164 words
The Sofia correspondent of the Central News Agency says that bombs were thrown in the fair ground last night, and two persons ...Article : 39 words
The League Assembly to-day unanimously voted for the admission of Abyssinia.—(Reuter). ...Article : 20 words
A transatlantic test of wireless telephony will take place to-morrow, beginning at 30 a.m., Greenwich meantime. The transmission will ...Article : 55 words
The report transmitted from Vienna about a republic in Turkey evidently relates to the discussions proceeding at Angora regarding ...Article : 53 words
League Assembly elected the following nonpermanent members to the Council for the ensuing year—Uruguay, Brazil, Belgium ...Article : 85 words
The greatest interest is taken in the Imperial conference opening on Monday in the historic Cabinet room in Downing-street, and the ...Article : 207 words
The inaugural meeting of the Imperial Conference will be held at eleven on the morning of Monday at 10 Downing-street. The ...Article : 120 words
Pleading that he would be shot if he took possession, Enright, a well blown Clare business man, sought to cancel an agreement to purchase ...Article : 86 words
In an article in the "Nineteenth Century" on the Imperial conference and the Pacific, Mr. Geoffrey Drage suggests, in connection with ...Article : 222 words
The return of the Italian fleet to Corfu was due to the fact that the fifty million lire deposited in a Swiss back were at the disposal of ...Article : 90 words
Mr. Massey claims that on his way to England he beat the record for the Pacific trip by two days and that for the Atlantic trip by one ...Article : 245 words
Dr. Bolton, an expert upon Leicester wool wear, states that laboratory tests of undergarments returned for repairs, resulted in ...Article : 82 words
The Official Receiver made some remarkable revelations at a meeting of the creditors and shareholders of the City Life Insurance ...Article : 231 words
Speaking in Birmingham last night, Mr. Neville Chamberlain sharply retorted on Mr. Asquith's speech of the previous day. The ...Article : 117 words
Hit is announced that Sgr. Mussolini, with the view of demonstrating that the fifty million lire has been obtained from Greece ...Article : 70 words
The principal feature of interest on the Stock Exchange during the past week has been the buoyancy of French bonds following the collapse ...Article : 775 words
Two American, one British, and three French seaplanes survived yesterday's seaworthy tests at Cowes, but only one Frenchman ...Article : 159 words
In her reply to the Ambassadors' decision that she must pay as well as make efforts to find the authors of the Janina crime Greece pleads ...Article : 85 words
The Irish Free State delegates to the Imperial Conference are Mr. Cosgrave and three Ministers, Messrs. Fitzgerald, McGrath, and ...Article : 34 words
The Washington correspondent oE the "New York Evening Post" says:—"The bankers' resolution of the 27th fell on deaf ears in official ...Article : 198 words
The "Morning Post" correspondent in Paris understands that a Franco-Belgian conference is likely to be held soon, and the outcome ...Article : 53 words
The "New York Times" says in a leading article on the Imperial conference:—"There can be no doubt of the British Government's desire ...Article : 147 words
The Canadian Premier, Mr. Mackenzie King, arrived this morning at Liverpool. In an interview he dealt at length with post-war ...Article : 128 words
In the semi-finals of the golf professional championship to-day Hagen defeated McLean by 12 and 11 and Sarazen defeated ...Article : 71 words
Mr. Neville Chamberlain, speaking in Birmingham, said that Mr. Baldwin has not changed his opinions. What he has done was to ...Article : 64 words
Trams are now running between Tokio and Yokohama, bet the stations are mere masses of old junk, masonry and iron. The soldiers ...Article : 203 words
The Paris correspondent of the "Observes" says:—"For eight months the French people have been rocked into the delusion that ...Article : 145 words
Speaking at a luncheon given by the American Society in the Savoy Hotel on the eve of his departure for Canada and the United States ...Article : 194 words
Owing to a dispute regarding his entry E. G. Vanzeveren, who was claimed to be a dark horse and possible winner, has withdrawn ...Article : 57 words
A survivor from the railway disaster at Casper describes the sudden overturning of the coach in which he was sitting with a score ...Article : 157 words
The chairman of Reuter's, Sir Roderick Jones, was received yesterday by President Coolidge at the White House. The President praised ...Article : 119 words
The Australian Davis Cup team are here en route for home. Anderson stated that they were not downhearted by their defeat; they ...Article : 53 words
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