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  2. LAUNCESTON, TASMANIA The Examiner

    WHEN the world war of 1914 began Germany had a considerable advantage over Britain in the scientific field. Germany was at ...

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  3. Topics of the Day TRAIN LEAVES RAILS : LINE DAMAGED

    The permanent way was considerably damaged between Devonport and Spreyton yesterday when the ...

    Article : 166 words
  4. BRITISH AIR CHIEF IN AUSTRALIA

    MELBOURNE, Sunday. — Escorted by formations of R.A.A.F. bombers and fighters, Air Chief Marshal Sir ...

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  5. TO-DAY'S MESSAGE

    Life's full of good surprises if we only strive to see the meaning and the message in each opportunity. ...

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  6. REVENUE OF STATE

    The state revenue deficit for the first seven months of the financial year is £406, 942, or £163,085 more than ...

    Article : 306 words
  7. "CLERGYMEN SHOULD BREAK NEWS"

    Two of three clergymen approached in Launceston on Saturday contended that a minister, because of his ...

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  8. PERSONAL

    Rev. R. W. Dobbinson was among the passengers to the mainland on Saturday. Mr. F. W. Egglestone, chairman of the ...

    Article : 164 words
  9. THE FISHING INDUSTRY

    Development of Australia's sea fisheries is worth the attention it is receiving. Markets await whatever new activity can be promoted. Before ...

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  10. FRENCH CRISIS

    GERMAN-INSPIRED reports— quite unfounded—of disorders in France, are propaganda, apparently designed to weaken Marshal Petain's ...

    Article : 288 words
  11. OBITUARIES

    Airey, Stanley John, 162 Cape-street, Heidelberg. Palmer, William, of Beaconsfield; aged 91 years. ...

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  12. Fire Threatens Shacks

    Volunteer tire fighters had a strenuous time on Saturday afternoon saving seven shacks at Blyth Heads from destruction by a bush tire which swept ...

    Article : 174 words
  13. MILITARY NEWS

    Able Seaman Gordon D. White. son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred. White, Low Head. who was ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 92 words
  14. Ulverstone Shipping

    After having been suspended since May last a direct produce shipping service between Ulverstone and Sydney is to be resumed shortly. Making this ...

    Article : 111 words
  15. FIERCE FIGHT IN HOUSE

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—Five police were rushed to the casualty ward of the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital this evening to restrain two women and a ...

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  16. Youth Missing

    Hobart police are seeking information on the whereabouts of Rex John Abel (15), of 203 Argyle-street, Hobart, who left his home on Friday and has ...

    Article : 78 words
  17. CHILD ENDOWMENT

    AN ANNURANCE has been given, on behalf of the Federal Government, that child endowment will be introduced as soon as possible. It ...

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  18. APPOINTMENT LIKELY TO BE CHALLENGED

    CANBERRA, Sunday—The appointment of Sir Bertram Stevens as Australian representative on the Eastern Group Supply Council at Delhi is ...

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  19. Apple Juice Solves Waste Fruit Problem in Canada

    OTTAWA, Saturday. — Agricultural officials estimate that Canadians will drink nearly 3,000,000 gallons of canned ...

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  20. Boy Injured

    Dennis Moss (14), of 6 Cridge-street, was taken to the Launceston General Hospital last night suffering from cuts to the face. His condition is ...

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  21. APPOINTMENT OF DR. GAHA : S.T.F.S.A.'s REQUEST

    Satisfaction with the announced intention of the Premier (Mr. Cosgrove) to bring before the Royal Hobart Hospital Board the calling of applications ...

    Article : 229 words
  22. CRITICISM OF COURT

    CANBERRA, Sunday—Mr. Curtin, Opposition Loader, to-night criticised the rejection by the Federal Arbitration Court of the unions' ...

    Article : 364 words
  23. "KNOCKERS" ARE HARMFUL

    ADELAIDE, Sunday—An appeal to "knockers" to stop "knocking" and to the people generally to get behind the Government in its war effort was made ...

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  24. CASUALTY LIST

    MELBOURNE, Sunday — Containing 32 names, oversea casualty lists released at the week-end by the Department of the Army include 24 new ...

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  25. FELL FROM TOP OF CLIFF

    SYDNEY, Sunday—Police to-day rescued Mrs. Harriet George of Bondi, from a ledge 90 feet from the top of a cliff over which she had fallen at ...

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  26. CLOSED RADIO STATIONS

    ADELAIDE, Sunday.—The Postmaster-General (Senator McLeay) said to- day that many applications, including some from religious and political ...

    Article : 109 words
  27. APPEAL FUNDS

    The following amounts have been received from northern municipalities to January 31:— Beaconsfield, £1208/5/8; Burnie, ...

    Article : 410 words
  28. CLAIM ATTACK ON MALTA

    LONDON, Saturday.—The Official German News Agency says that waves of German bombers attacked aerodromes and the harbour at Malta. Hits ...

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  29. STILL HIDING IN FOREST

    MELBOURNE Sunday—The three German internees who escaped from custody near the Waranga basin on Friday morning are believed to be ...

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  30. ONE AWARD TO COVER N.U.R. AND A.R.U.

    It is understood the registration of one award to cover the National Union of Railwaymen and the Australian Railway Union is to be ...

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  31. WAVELL'S NEXT MOVE DISCUSSED

    The surrender of Benghazi on February 6, just two months after the first British attack on Sidi Barrani, is a remarkable military achievement. General Wavell is not expected to begin any move ...

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  32. SCHOOLS HELP WAR SAVINGS CAMPAIGN

    The Commonwealth loan organiser (Mr. C. Banfield) has informed the Tasmanian committee that school children throughout Australia are playing ...

    Article : 257 words
  33. Free Belgian Army Begins Training

    OTTAWA, Sunday.—A joint official Canadian and Belgian announcement says the first contingents of Belgians enlisted under the free Belgian ...

    Article : 36 words
  34. WOMAN KILLED

    MELBOURNE, Sunday. — When a motor car overturned on a bend near Glenrowan to-day. Miss Gladys Mayne 22), of St. Kilda, suffered injuries ...

    Article : 74 words
  35. CORRESPONDENCE

    Sir,—It is said that public opinion in Launceston is dead, and I think it is. Two examples: When the Launceston Corporation Bill was being ...

    Article : 167 words
  36. Advertising

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    Advertising : 61 words
  37. HEARST LIBEL SUIT

    NEW YORK. Friday — William Randolf Hearst and the International News Service have filed a 500,000 dollar (£A166,000) libel suit against Friday ...

    Article : 60 words
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