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  2. NORTHERN NOTES

    Probably the most famous tennis racquet in Australia that with which Jack Crawford won the French and Wimbledon championships and used ...

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  3. STRAIT AIR SERVICE

    The Hart Aircraft Company carried more than 120 passengers during January between the mainland and Tasmania. The company intends to lodge a tender ...

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  4. GENERAL NEWS ITEMS TASMANIA

    The tram rails in Paterson Street Launceston have become badly worn and it has been recommended that the line be reconstructed and that the ...

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  5. QUALITY CATTLE

    Introduced from Scotland, to which country they are indigenous and supplemented by importations from New Zealand, the Bentley stud of Aberdeen ...

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  6. BADCOCK'S SELECTION

    Satisfaction has been expressed in cricket circles in Launceston that C. L. Badcock, the champion Tasmanian batsman, has been included in the Australian ...

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  7. TRAMWAY SERVICE

    The Launceston tramway service in Brisbane Street was held up for some time last night through a trolley pole on a Mowbray tram coming off then ...

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  8. ENTERTAINMENTS STRAND THEATRE.

    Commencing to-day, the Strand Theatre presents the Fox production, "The Power and the Glory," directed by Jesse L. Lasky, and featuring Colleen ...

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  9. PEACEFUL MEETINGS

    Sir John Gilmour, Home Secretary, was asked in the House of Commons to-day whether steps would he taken to prevent a large-scale unemployed ...

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  10. FINANCIAL POLICY

    In the House of Commons to-day Mr. Neville Chamberlain, Chancellor of the Exchequer, informed a questioner that the joint declaration of the British ...

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  11. HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE.

    Bebe Daniels is starred in "A Southern Maid," the British International picture, which heads the new programme at His Majesty's Theatre to-day. This ...

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  12. LAUNCH OVERTURNED

    Two men were flung into the sea when a fishing launch overturned in the raging surf at Cronulla this afternoon. John Notts, aged 35 years of Shell ...

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  13. DARWIN HARBOUR

    Ship captains at Darwin are complaining that the channel alongside the wharf is silting up, and boats experience considerable difficulty in ...

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  14. PRINCE OF WALES THEATRE.

    The two films which commence a season at the Prince of Wales Theatre, Hobart, to-day promise film fare of a lively quality. "It's Great to be Alive," ...

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  15. AVALON THEATRE.

    An all-British programme commenced a season of a week at the Avalon Theatre yesterday. The main feature is the British Dominions comedy "Up for the ...

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  16. WHEAT COMMISSION

    The Royal Commission on Wheat will begin to receive evidence in public on February 21. On that day the chairman (Sir Herbert Gepp), Mr. E. P. M. Sheedy ...

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  17. MAINLAND

    Darwin, February 2.—Anxiety over the prolonged absence of Mr. Blaine, surveyor, was alleged by a message from Oenpelli Mission Station, stating that he ...

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  18. MIDNIGHT FROLICS.

    Clem Dawe and his Midnight Frolics Company will commence their farewell season in Hobart, at the Theatre Royal this afternoon and evening. The revue ...

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  19. SMOKE FROM TASMANIA

    Smoke from bush fires in Tasmania, which blew across Bass Strait on Saturday night and enveloped Southern Victoria on Sunday, is now returning to ...

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  20. MEETINGS

    Miss C. Oberlin Harris who has been treasurer of the New Norfolk branch of the Red Cross Society for some time was appointed secretary at a special ...

    Article : 143 words
  21. MOONAH THEATRE.

    "Red Dust," the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer drama of the tropics, will be the principal attraction at the Moonah Theatre to-day. Clark Gable and Jean Harlow ...

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  22. AMATEUR ATHLETICS

    To cater for the senior members of the Tasmanian Amateur Athletic Association a three-lap handicap has been arranged and entiles will be received up ...

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  23. GLADIOLI SHOW.

    The Amateur Horticultural Society will hold a gladioli show in the City Hall next Thursday and Friday. The Governor (Sir Ernest Clark) will open ...

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  24. MOTOR CYCLING

    Fixtures.—Sunday February 4: Social run to Badger Head Saturday. February 10: Handicap and championship hill climb, White Hills. ...

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  25. GLASS BLOWER.

    After a world tour the "wonder glass blower" has returned to Australia, and will give exhibitions of manufacturing all kinds of glassware novelties and ...

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  26. VIEWS ON POLITICIANS

    Mr. A. Duff Cooper, Financial Secretary to the War Office, who is the biographer of the late Earl Haig, urges cessation of the mutual distrust of ...

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  27. MAN-WOMAN AT THE REGATTA.

    Elsia, the "man-woman," who was at the Hobart Show, will be on view at the regatta on Tuesday. The right side of her body is masculine and the ...

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  28. BLIND LANDING DEVICE

    With low hanging clouds and a drizzling rain that caused the cancellation of passenger schedules out of Newark Airport in December blind landings were ...

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  29. CONTINENTAL DANCES.

    Dances will be held at the Continental next Wednesday and Saturday evenings, Cup and Steplechase nights respectively. ...

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  30. BOWLS

    The draw for the open fours of three games of 11 ends, to be played on the South Launceston green this afternoon, commencing at 2.30, is:—Round 1: C. ...

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  31. DANCES AT IMPERIAL.

    Supper dances will be held at the Imperial to-night, and on Wednesday and Thursday. ...

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  32. BUCKS' DANCE.

    The Bucks' dancing assemblies will be continued at the clubhouse, New Town Bay, this evening. The "all white" ball is advertised for Tuesday. ...

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  33. REGULATION OF TRAFFIC

    The Commissioner of Police (Colonel J. E. C. Lord) announcing at Launceston on Thursday, that the traffic laws were being revised and amended, said he ...

    Article : 142 words
  34. BENEFIT CONCERT.

    The net proceeds of the concert to be held in the Hobart Town Hall on Monday evening will be devoted to the bush fire relief funds. The concert will be ...

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  35. GALE IN BRITAIN

    A fierce northerly gale swept Britain to-day, being especially violent over the English Channel and North Sea. Two cross-Channel sailings between Dover ...

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  36. DANCE AT CITY HALL.

    A pavilion de danse will be held in the Hobart City Hall this evening, and there will be a regatta ball on Tuesday. ...

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  37. Advertising

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  38. HEALTH LECTURE.

    Miss Ida Ottoline Hultgren, the health lecturer, will hold her final class in Hobart at the Masonic Hall this evening. ...

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  39. WIFE ASSAULTED

    At the Campbell Town Police Court on Thursday, before the Warden (Mr. A. E. Jones), and Mr. J. C. O'Brien. Js.P., ...

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  40. ABERDEEN ANGUS STUD CATTLE ON THE BENTLEY ESTATE

    BRED IN THE PURPLE.—On the left is "The Best Man Bentley," an Aberdeen Angus bull rising three years, bred on the Bentley estate at Chuldleigh from imported parents. A selection of the famous Aberdeen Angus stud cattle at Bentley is shown on the right. These cattle are famed for their beef-producing qualities. E. A. Bell, photos. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  41. LIBRARY LOUNGERS

    A movement among modern librarians for the abolition of the newspaper room was mentioned at the Summer School of Librarianshlp, held at Birmingham. ...

    Article : 237 words
  42. NEW GLAND PREPARATION.

    "Satyrln" Tablets for Rejuvenation, gold box for men, silver for women, is the greatest restorative tonic known. Restores nerves, promotes energy. ...

    Article : 58 words
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