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  2. AMBASSADORS TWO

    These people are talking about Moral Rearmament. Left, is Mr. K. E Beazley M H R of West Australia, who will lead the Australian delegation to the 1954 World Assembly for Moral Rearmament at Caux (Switzerland). He is talking with Mr. and Mrs. C K Prescott, roving ambassadors for Moral Rearmament. The couple are winding up a tour of ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 70 words
  3. COUNCIL MOVES TO WIDEN CYGNET! STREET TO OVERCOME PROBLEM OF PARKING

    STEPS to widen Mary St., in the main shopping centre of Cygnet, to assist overcome the parking problem in the town were taken at yesterday's meeting of the Cygnet Council. This followed the decision at ...

    Article : 564 words
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  6. MRS. M. WILLS WAS CYGNET PIONEER

    THE recent death of Mrs, Mary Ann Wills removed one of the real pioneers of the Cygnet district. Mrs. Wills, who was in her ...

    Article : 184 words
  7. FOR TRIAL ON CHARGE OF ROBBERY

    A man told him that he had been talked into a robbery by two men with whom he had been drinking. Det. J. R. Carr ...

    Article : 198 words
  8. Seek Funds For New Rooms

    With a wing of their new club rooms in Davey St. nearing completion, the Ex-Navalmen's Association of Tasmania ...

    Article : 75 words
  9. SOUTHPORT FERRY SERVICE OFFER

    THE Bruny Island steamer service would call at Southport until the Raminea Bridge was rebuilt, the Commissioner for Transport (Mr. Baird) said yesterday. ...

    Article : 149 words
  10. Hobart Schoolgirl Missing

    FEARS are held for the safety of a Hobart schoolgirl who has been missing since last Friday. She is Janet Prances Butler ...

    Article : 171 words
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