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  2. LAUNCESTON, TASMANIA The Examiner

    THE MOST serious and obvious danger which threatens Australia is not an attack by Japan or any other Power but the destruction ...

    Article : 597 words
  3. Topics of the Day RECOVERY OF GOLD FROM TAILINGS

    The recovery of gold worth more than £1,000,000 from Tasmania Mine Tailings in the river near Beaconsfield is to ...

    Article : 123 words
  4. TO-DAY'S MESSAGE

    Man finds mental refreshment and strength through an attitude of thankfulness.—Anon. ...

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  5. AUSTRALIANS DON'T KNOW WAR IS ON, SAYS VISITOR

    Australians don't know there is a war on, in the opinion of Mr. A. C. Matthews, a visitor to Launceston from England. The doors of Mr. Matthews' London home, which stands in two acres of land, have all been blown ...

    Article : 777 words
  6. NEW BUILDINGS FOR CITY

    Two important Government building jobs involving an expenditure of more than £5000 are to be begun in ...

    Article : 321 words
  7. PERSONAL

    Mr. H. W. Gartrell, professor of mining and metallurgy at the Adelaide University, has been elected president of the Australasian Institute of Mining ...

    Article : 303 words
  8. LEARN-TO-SWIM CAMPAIGN

    The annual Learn-to-Swim Campaign conducted by the South Esk Swimming Club, in conjunction with "The Examiner" and 7EX, is to be ...

    Article : 240 words
  9. MUST BE TRUSTED

    THE NEW Commonwealth regulations relating to subversive utterances are far-reaching and may appear to give the Government ...

    Article : 259 words
  10. WEEK-END FORECAST

    NORTHERN AND EASTERN DIVISIONS — Present indications are for fine weather, with moderate to rather ...

    Article : 37 words
  11. Scouts' Service

    The Launceston Boy Scouts' service on Sunday in memory of the late Lord Baden Powell, World Chief Scout, will be taken partly by Scouts themselves. ...

    Article : 124 words
  12. Obituary AIRMAN'S BODY IDENTIFIED

    MELBOURNE, Thursday—The body washed up at Altona last night was identified to-day as that of Leading-Aircraftsman Geoffrey Reginald Dean ...

    Article : 187 words
  13. BREN GUNS PASS FIRE TRIAL

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—Bren light machine guns of 100 per cent. Australian manufacture have passed their final firing trial and are now in ...

    Article : 250 words
  14. IN CASE OF WAR

    The Anglo-Turkish staff talks which have now begun at Ankara are expected to have an important effect on ...

    Article : 320 words
  15. Brisbane Lord Mayor

    The Lord Mayor of Hobart (Mr. J. Soundy, M.H.A.), aldermen of the City Council and prominent citizens of Hobart yesterday extended a welcome to ...

    Article : 112 words
  16. No Primrose Path Yet to Lessen Eye Strain

    MELBOURNE, Thursday.—Because of the expense and the difficulty of obtaining material, it is unlikely ...

    Article : 285 words
  17. SECT BANNED

    THE announcement that the sect known as Jehovah's Witnesses has been added to the list of banned organisations is welcome. These ...

    Article : 204 words
  18. Fire at Shop

    A fire which broke out under the counter of a shop on the corner of Charles and Canal streets, known as the Loongana Cafe, yesterday afternoon ...

    Article : 116 words
  19. COUNCIL MINOR BUSINESS

    The Local Government Bill, making provision for the toll on cartage of pulp wood uniform, was introduced to the Legislative Council by the ...

    Article : 341 words
  20. MR. GEORGE L. WALKER

    After an illness of only a week, the death occurred at Ocean Island, Central Pacific, of Mr. George L. Walker. Deceased was born and educated in ...

    Article : 276 words
  21. Children's Court Moves

    The Launceston Children's Court has made another move and is now located in a room on the ground floor of the Public Buildings. Only two or three ...

    Article : 101 words
  22. WAR APPEALS

    Acknowledge £11,681/15/3, Mr. and Mrs. H. Whitfeld, £1; staffs associated banks, £4/17/6. Total, £11,637/12/9. ...

    Article : 639 words
  23. Mechanisation of Mine

    Steady progress is being made with the development of the Mount Nicholas mine to adapt it to the mechanised plant which was installed a few months ...

    Article : 93 words
  24. CANTEEN SERVICE WANTS HERBS

    Lieut.-Col. J. W. Turner, controller for Tasmania of the Australian Defence Canteen Service, has been advised by the controller-general for Australia that ...

    Article : 197 words
  25. "THE EXAMINER" ANNUAL

    In a letter to his father, Lieut. Colonel W. Fotheringham, of Launceston, Major M. Fotheringham, who is serving with the A.I.F. in Egypt, ...

    Article : 199 words
  26. CORRESPONDENCE

    Sir,—The Abbott-street bus service needs attention. The 1 o'clock service requires revision, and instead of one 'bus leaving the Post Office at the ...

    Article : 347 words
  27. MANY MENINGITIS CASES IN W.A.

    PERTH (W.A.), Thursday.—The Public Health Department has been notified of ten cases of meningitis this month, making about 100 for the last five ...

    Article : 69 words
  28. HEAVY FALL OF RAIN

    After many days of sunny weather, rain began to fall heavily in the city soon after 7.30 last night and continued for several hours. The fall, beneficial ...

    Article : 189 words
  29. New Convalescent Home

    The new Red Cross convalescent home at Claremont, near Hobart, which was recently purchased by the society, should be ready for use next ...

    Article : 96 words
  30. FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TO ESTABLISH CHILD ENDOWMENT SCHEME

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—After a meeting of the full Federal Cabinet to-day, the Prime Minister (Mr. Menzies) announced the proposed establishment of a Federal child endowment scheme, which will probably operate from the ...

    Article : 579 words
  31. Roofing Iron Shortage

    Representatives of the Northern Master Builders' Association waited on Mr. H. C. Barnard, M.H.R., at Launceston yesterday to point out that men ...

    Article : 78 words
  32. TRADE UNIONS CONFERENCE

    Plans for a conference of trade unions in Launceston on February 8 and 9 were discussed by the executive committee of the Trades Hall Council ...

    Article : 145 words
  33. Fat Lamb Shipment

    The first shipment of fat lambs for the season was made from the Tamar recently, when 24,800 carcases were despatched to Britain, as well as 1200 ...

    Article : 90 words
  34. THE CHIEF SCOUT

    Brave Soldier! Aye, 'tis true, And yet to-day we sing Not chiefly of great vict'ries won Nor siege of Mafeking, ...

    Article : 151 words
  35. Advertising

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    Advertising : 51 words
  36. Pulp Worker Injured

    Injuries suffered when he fell from his cycle on the Bass Highway, near Blythe, caused the admission of Charles Wilkinson (39), South-road, ...

    Article : 81 words
  37. Tarraleah Post Office

    It was stated yesterday by Mr. J. Allan Guy, M.H.R., that a new post office has been established at Butler's Gorge. Tarraleah. It was opened last ...

    Article : 61 words
  38. Free Rail Travel

    The State Government is prepared to accede to the request made by the Commonwealth to all states to grant free transport to all men ...

    Article : 79 words
  39. A.L.P. Conference

    The annual conference of the A.L.P. will be held at Devonport on February 26, the president (Mr. D'Alton) said at Hobart yesterday. The Women's ...

    Article : 35 words
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