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  2. Advertising

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  3. KOALA BEAR MAKES A FRIEND

    This "dinkum Aussie" found an ardent admirer in Nurse Georgia Farnham when she visited the famous Badger Creek sanctuary, Victoria, recently. Nurse Farnham comes from the United States. Department of Information. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. GIVEN WAR LOADING

    The Mechanical Engineers and Founders' Wages Board at Launceston yesterday brought the Tasmanian determination into line with the Federal award ...

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  5. REVUE AT HOBART'S THEATRE ROYAL

    Ballet scene from "Lights of London" revue which will open at the Theatre Royal, Hobart, on Saturday for a season of eight nights. The revue will aid the Camp Entertainment Fund and Hobart Crippled Children. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. ACCOUNTANT CHARGED

    EDWARD FLEETWOOD GREEN was charged in the Launceston Police Court yesterday, before the Police Magistrate (Mr. Stops), with having ...

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  7. THE HUON

    Commenting yesterday on a reference in "The Mercury" to repainting of the white line within the Hobart City Council's boundary as a guide to traffic ...

    Article : 116 words
  8. Assault Charge

    In the Geeveston Police Court on Tuesday, before Messrs. T. G. Thompson and D. E. Fuller. Js.P., Inspector T. H. Nolan prosecuting. Jack Basil ...

    Article : 77 words
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  10. MUTTON BIRD SEASON

    A report submitted to the Fauna Board by the secretary (Mr. E. P. Andrewartha) at Hobart yesterday showed that 434,700 mutton birds had ...

    Article : 164 words
  11. 1942 Golf Season In Huon

    Members of the Huonville Golf Club a meeting presided over by Mr. [?] [?] Calvert, decided to continue club activities during 1942. It was decided ...

    Article : 53 words
  12. Hospital Auxiliary's Work

    Mr. H. M. Wright presided at the annual meeting of the New Town Auxiliary of the Royal Hobart Hospital, at the Nurses Home. ...

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  13. WOOD UNDER WEIGHT

    In the Hobart Police Court yesterday, before Messrs. E. C. Mitchell and M. A. Morgan, Js.P., John William Langley, wood ...

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  14. DAMGER NOT GREAT

    There was little danger of royalty being paid for ground thrush eggs in mistake for those of the blackbird, according to statements at a meeting ...

    Article : 164 words
  15. CONDUCT OF RAFFLES

    The Attorney-General (Mr. McDonaid), referring yesterday to the law relating to the conduct of raffles, said there was a tendency to overlook that ...

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  16. FOR WAR WORK

    Adjutant J. Blakt, of Melbourne, will arrive at Launceston at the end of the week to take charge of the Salvation Army's Red Shield war work in ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  17. CHECKING OF WEIGHTS

    The need for municipal authorities to exercise strict control of firewood weights was stressed yesterday by the Chief Secretary (Mr Brooker) ...

    Article : 116 words
  18. Injured By Backfire

    Suffering from a fractured right arm. Alfred Woodruff (18). of 50 Federal St. was treated yesterday at the Royal Hobart Hospital. The injury was caused ...

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  19. OPOSSUM IN SNARES

    Letters were before a meeting of the State Fauna Board at Hobart yesterday from Messrs. S. C. French and A. K. McGaw requesting permission to ...

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  20. SUPPLIES OF FUEL

    At the June meeting at Hobart of the Council of Parents' Associations delegates directed attention again to the shortage of fuel supplies to schools, ...

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  21. OBITUARY MR. J. N. ARCHER

    Mr. John N. Archer, of Brambletye. Conara, one of the best-known pastoralists and riders to hounds in Tasmania, died suddenly yesterday. He was a ...

    Article : 102 words
  22. RESTRICTION ON BUILDING

    The Deputy Director of War Organisation of Industry (Mr. McKinley, M.H.A.), referring yesterday to the administration of building restrictions, ...

    Article : 113 words
  23. Harbour Lights Guild

    To say farewell to Mrs. T. Collins a social evening was held in the Seamen's Institute, Hobart, on Tuesday. The function was organised by Mrs. E ...

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  24. Photographic Society

    The fortnightly meeting of the Southern Tasmanian Photographic Society was held at Hobart on Tuesday. Mr. F. G. Robinson presided. A ...

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  25. Mr. Graeme Bisdee

    Mr. Graeme Bisdee died at a private hospital in Hobart yesterday at the age of 62 years. He was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bisdee, of ...

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  26. DONATIONS TO PATRIOTIC FUNDS

    Latest donations to patriotic funds: Comforts Fund.—Southern: Acknowledged, £34,540/8/8; Huonville oranch, donations, £324/8/5; ...

    Article : 318 words
  27. Court Sequel To Disturbance In Rail Car

    A DISTURBANCE on a rail car between Granton and Glenorchy on April 25 had a sequel in the Glenorchy Police Court yesterday, when a man ...

    Article : 503 words
  28. POLICE COURT NEWS

    In the Glenorchy Police Court yesterday, before Messrs. P. J. E. Grant (chairman), N. P. Booth, and W. L. Taylor, Sgt. Anthony prosecuting. ...

    Article : 265 words
  29. Hobart Waterside Committee

    CANBERRA, Wednesday.—The Minister for Labour (Mr. Ward) today appointed a waterside employment committee for the port of Hobart. ...

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  30. Mr. R. I. Belcher

    Mr. Robert Isaac Belcher died suddenly at his residence at National Park at the age of 69. He was a well-known farmer and pioneer of the district. The ...

    Article : 93 words
  31. Woodbridge Red Cross Branch

    Residents of Woodbridge. Birchs Bay, and Flowerpot at a meeting on Tuesday formed themselves into a Red Cross branch, and decided to work in ...

    Article : 78 words
  32. THE TIDES

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  33. Derwent Valley

    Good progress has been made by the New Norfolk branch of the Country Women's Association towards the provision of a mobile canteen which will ...

    Article : 96 words
  34. Women's Bowling Trophies

    The president of the Sandy Bay Women's Bowling Club (Mrs. E. C. Reid) entertained members at her home. Lambert Ave., Sandy Bay for the ...

    Article : 90 words
  35. V.A.D. SALVAGE COLLECTION

    The salvage area for Voluntary Aid collectors in Hobart on Saturday will extend from Davey St., starting at Salamanca Place, including Hampden Rd.. ...

    Article : 59 words
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  37. Cookery Demonstration.

    The simplicity of cooking a variety of cakes, scones, and savouries in the oven of a New World gas stove was revealed to a large number of ...

    Article : 88 words
  38. B E N B 0 W Y A N G

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  39. DIARY OF EVENTS

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  40. HEENZO COUGH REMEDY USED BY FAMOUS PEOPLE

    Many world-famous people, including Sir Harry Lauder. Mr. Peter Dawson. Miss Gladys Moncrief, and Captain Frank Hurley, use and recommend ...

    Article : 90 words
  41. HOUSEWIVES' GUIDE

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  42. Advertising

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