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    THE Prime Minister (Mr Curtin) said tonight he would get back to government by Parliament rather than by regulations as soon as possible. He said this in announcing that the formal address by the ...

    Article : 375 words

    THERE had to be a partnership between Government control and private enterprise, particularly in the disturbed years immediately after the war, the Prime Minister (Mr Curtin) said tonight. If this was ...

    Article : 502 words

    Tasmania is involved in a dispute which may lead to an Australia-wide strike by railway enginemen. ...

    Article : 278 words
  5. IN THE POT?

    Shortly before D-Day, the British Prime Minister (Mr Churchill) paid a surprise visit to Canadian troops in the field. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 47 words
  6. [?]een age clot[?]el & Beauty

    THOUGH often referred to as the "awkward age," the 'teens can be the most attractive period in a woman's life if a little wise guidance is brought to bear in clothes, manners, arid make-up. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    Advertising : 255 words
  8. Stalin's Son Helps Blast Nazis

    MARSHAL STALIN'S son, Col Vassily Stalin, is commander of a fighter group which forms part of the air ...

    Article : 49 words

    ADELAIDE, Tues. — The Attorney-General (Mr Abbott) stated to-day that charges of manslaughter would be laid against three ...

    Article : 126 words

    MILK delivery in Hobart was normal yesterday following the partial shortage experienced on Monday as a result of the action by the Southern Tasmania Dairymen's Association in instructing its members[?] ...

    Article : 271 words
  11. Censorship Proposals To Be Adopted

    CANBERRA, Tues.[?] Commonwealth departments were instructed today by the Prime Minister (Mr Curtin) to give full effect to recommendations by ...

    Article : 172 words

    THE French capital would be moved from Algiers to France as soon as possible, even before Paris was liberated, said Gen de Gaulle, President of the French Committee of National Liberation, at a Press ...

    Article : 307 words
  13. Planes Destroy Nazi Tanker Trains

    THE "New York Times" Stockholm correspondent says a traveller from Paris reports that 450 Flying ...

    Article : 120 words
  14. Marjorie Lawrence In Sydney

    SYDNEY, Tues.—The famous[?] tralian soprano, Marjorie Lawn[?] still crippled by infantile paralysis[?] a three-year battle with the di[?] ...

    Article : 103 words
  15. Colombia Rebellion

    BOGOTA (Colombia), Tues. (AAP).[?]The Colombian vice-President (Senor Echandia) announced he [?]ad assumed the acting ...

    Article : 46 words
  16. Community Centres In SA

    Baby health centres, for which resident nurses would be provided, were included in plans being made by voluntary organisations and local ...

    Article : 239 words
  17. Attempts To Break Down Price Control

    CANBERRA, Tues.[?]Strikes and threatened strikes in the meat industry in Victoria and Queensland are regarded by the Federal ...

    Article : 136 words
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    Nurses make a check on patients awaiting evacuation from a hospital in Southern England, which was hit by a flying bomb. Fortunately, neither the nurses nor the patients were injured by the bomb, but this ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 52 words
  19. Wholemeal Apple Cake Recipe Wins £1/1/- Prize

    Mrs R. Heather, of Nugent, has been awarded the £1/1/ this week for the best ...

    Article : 153 words

    A record haul of tish in Tasmanian waters is indicated by figures for the past nine months released by the Minister for ...

    Article : 193 words
  21. Lower Profits By Post Office, Railways

    CANBERRA, Tues.[?] The Post Office and the Commonwealth Railways have again shown profits, but in each case it is smaller than in ...

    Article : 150 words
  22. Soldier Preference Will Be Essential

    Referring to remarks on preference for returned servicemen made by him at a reception at the Hobart Town Hall on Monday, the Rev H. G. ...

    Article : 178 words
  23. How To Improve Dripping

    MISS L. PRICE, of Taranna, by submitting the following hint on how to improve dripping, helps out in the problem which butter rationing has presented, and wins the weekly prize of 10/6 ...

    Article : 83 words
  24. New Air Route In Dutch NG

    TUESDAY.—Conquering the forbidding mountain barrier dividing northern Dutch New Guinea from the south, a party of American and Dutch pilots ...

    Article : 151 words
  25. Tasmanian Lamb Appreciated In Manchester

    Fat lamb producers and Tasmanians generally will be interested in a letter the Lord Mayor (Mr Soundy, MHA) has received from Mr R. Bethie. ...

    Article : 212 words
  26. Germans Kill 100,000 In Vilna Atrocities

    LONDON, Tues. (AAP)—M[?]Pa[?] kis, chairman of the Supreme C[?] cil of the Lithuanian Soviet, de[?] ed over Moscow Radio that the[?] ...

    Article : 114 words
  27. Candid Criticism

    IF we could only have the gift of which Robert Burns sang[?]to see ourselves as others see us! Given this, the art of dressing would be so much easier. But if you have a candid friend, ...

    Article : 170 words
  28. Infant Welfare Facilities In Remote Areas

    "OUR aim is to make available in the remote parts of the State the same facilities for the care of children as those which exist in the ...

    Article : 584 words
  29. Potato Industry Control

    Reporting on the meeting of the Federal Potato Advisory Committee which he attended as a delegate from Tasmania recently, the chairman of the ...

    Article : 108 words
  30. Tram Men Volunteer For Sydney

    The names of about 12 tramway conductors who have volunteered for service with the Sydney tramways for six months have been submitted to ...

    Article : 65 words
  31. Egg-Laying Contests

    The Minister for Agriculture Madden) said yesterday that[?] year the entrants of the New Town[?] laying competitions were asked[?] ...

    Article : 65 words

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