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|R.A.A.F. pilots on target (Article), Advocate (Burnie, Tas. : 1890 - 1954), Saturday 7 February 1953 page Article||2013-12-05 08:55||MELBOURNE - Austral
"air-to-air" gunnery per
In ono morning's shooting,
14 pilots, each firing one "sor
targets. The R.A.F. consider
and RiA.F. authorities were
hard pressed to find fresh tar
Squadron Leader Ken An
drews, of Bronte, Sydney, blas
ted to pieces a new glider tar
Other pilots who- claimed
. Mildura, Victoria.
|MELBOURNE — Austral
"air-to-air" gunnery per-
In one morning's shooting,
14 pilots, each firing one "sor-
targets. The R.A.F. consider-
and R.A.F. authorities were
hard pressed to find fresh tar-
Squadron Leader Ken An-
drews, of Bronte, Sydney, blas-
ted to pieces a new glider tar-
Other pilots who claimed
|AUSTRALIAN TEAM FOR AIR PAGEANT (Article), Northern Star (Lismore, NSW : 1876 - 1954), Monday 15 June 1953 page Article||2013-12-03 16:15||73 fighter wing and an R.A.A.F. officer now in
staged at Odiham airfield, |
| Pilots of No. 78 Wing, which
Vampire jet fighters in forma
CANBERRA, Sunday.-Twelve pilots from No.
p/O Barry Weymouth, of
These pilots have been re
|78 fighter wing and an R.A.A.F. officer now in
staged at Odiham airfield,
Pilots of No. 78 Wing, which
Vampire jet fighters in forma-
CANBERRA, Sunday.—Twelve pilots from No.
P/O Barry Weymouth, of
These pilots have been re-
|Information and HELP CAROB BEAN FERTILITY (Article), The Farmer and Settler (NSW : 1906 - 1957), Friday 2 July 1954 page Article||2013-12-03 16:08||[?]
s ' ? — _ rntv}m irTFD BY 'SI^©I^^^)#3S®®^
-flower well but- ihe blossoms fall and the trees never bear.
r Both male and female
f trees are necessary before
beans ' can be obtained.
A Gunnedah reader has some carob bean frees which
Prom your letter, it ap
your trees. The trees pro
Botanist, Botanical Gar
|Information and HELP
Conducted by Uncle Wiseman
CAROB BEAN FERTILITY
flower well but the blossoms fall and the trees never bear.
Both male and female
trees are necessary before
beans can be obtained.
A Gunnedah reader has some carob bean trees which
Prom your letter, it ap-
your trees. The trees pro-
Botanist, Botanical Gar-
|2,000th hour in flak Tokyo, Friday (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 15 September 1951 page Article||2013-12-03 14:20||with giound fire and
||with ground fire and
|2,000th hour in flak Tokyo, Friday (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 15 September 1951 page Article||2013-12-03 14:20||iet pilot, Flymsf-Offi
ccr Geoff re-, Thorn-
ton, vcstcida-, flew
his 2,000th horn with
flak bin sting: around
Since the Ausfialian
action in the flist weeli
Thom ton has flown 158
opeiational missions on
Thiee times Commun-
ists have hit his aiicraft
once while sttaflng
-A A P -BcuIpi s
|ior pilot, Flying-Offi-
cer Geoffrey Thorn-
ton, yesterday flew
his 2,000th hour with
flak burssting around
Since the Australian
action in the first week
Thorton has flown 158
operational missions on
Three times Commun-
ists have hit his aircraft
once while strafing
|Aussies In Attack (Article), Barrier Miner (Broken Hill, NSW : 1888 - 1954), Monday 17 July 1950 page Article||2013-12-03 14:14||holding a last-minute confer* .
enee at a Far .East airfield.
Pilots are (from left) Flt.-Ll.
J. Adams and N:C.O. pilot R.
|holding a last-minute confer-
ence at a Far East airfield.
Pilots are (from left) Flt.-Lt.
J. Adams and N.C.O. pilot R.
|Australians in attack (Article), News (Adelaide, SA : 1923 - 1954), Wednesday 12 July 1950 page Article||2013-12-03 14:09||AUSioTRALIAN MUSTANG PILOTS holding a last-minute conference at a Far East airfield
before setting out on a mission against the No rth Koreans. Pilots ate (from left) Flt.-Lt. John
Adams and NCO pilot Ray Trebilco, of Mel bourne, and NCO ,ilot Geof Thornton, of
- ~ 1 0
|AUSTRALIAN MUSTANG PILOTS holding a last-minute conference at a Far East airfield
before setting out on a mission against the North Koreans. Pilots are (from left) Flt.-Lt. John
Adams and NCO pilot Ray Trebilco, of Melbourne, and NCO pilot Geoff Thornton, of
|Yanks Win In One Sector; Retreat In Anther TWO SORTS OF WAR—IN KOREA. AND HERE (Article), The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950), Tuesday 11 July 1950 page Article||2013-12-03 13:49||.One American tank firing
||One American tank firing
|Yanks Win In One Sector; Retreat In Anther TWO SORTS OF WAR—IN KOREA. AND HERE (Article), The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950), Tuesday 11 July 1950 page Article||2013-12-03 13:49||swept its only road of withdrawal. }
||swept its only road of withdrawal.
|Yanks Win In One Sector; Retreat In Anther TWO SORTS OF WAR—IN KOREA. AND HERE (Article), The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950), Tuesday 11 July 1950 page Article||2013-12-03 13:48||TOKIO, Tues (AAP-Reuter): American troops in Korea early to
|TOKIO, Tues (AAP-Reuter): American troops in Korea early to-
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Owen Suffolk, The Convict Poet, this tale was penned whilst a prisoner of the hulks in Hobson's Bay. Reprinted from The Australasian of 1867.
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Tetragonia tetragonoides, discovered in New Zealand by Captain Cook. Also native to Australian mainland and Tasmania, known as New Zealand Spinach, Maori Cabbage, Warrigal Greens, Warrigal Cabbage Botany Bay Spinach and Native Spinach.
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