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  2. OUR OPEN COLUMN.

    One of the results of the great war now being waged In Europe may be the calling forth of a great musical composer, whose genius, will rival that ...

    Article : 4,632 words
  3. BLOWS ON THE ANVIL.

    The passage “Saved by Angels,” copied from the “Church News”(Tasmanian)­ into the columns of “The Daily Post” on Wednesday last, is a ...

    Article : 3,749 words
  4. MARINE COURT.

    The Court of inquiry under the Marine Board Act into the dismasting of the ship inverness-shire, sat again at the Police Court yesterday, before ...

    Article : 3,566 words
  5. Advertising

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    Advertising : 149 words
  6. NORTH-WEST NOTES.

    The people of the Coast generally entered into the spirit of Australia Day. The appeal for help for our own wounded and sick soldiers ...

    Article : 940 words
  7. MR. SHIELDS AND FLINDERS ISLAND HOTEL.

    Sir,— We, the undersigned resident of Flinders Island. happening to be in Launceston read with indignation the reporting remarked of Mr. Shields. M.L.C., ...

    Article : 460 words
  8. COUNTRY NEWS.

    A united intercessory service was held in the Upper Derwent United Hull Wednesday evening, Rev F. Thorpe (Anglican) and Rev. Newton ...

    Article : 329 words
  9. MEN WE KNOW.

    Unique circumstances surrounded the appointment of the Honorable Walter Allan Woods to the position of Speaker of the Tasmanian House of ...

    Article : 2,298 words
  10. WESTBURY.

    In accordance with a letter received by the “Warden, Mr. D. Burke, from the Premier, a public meeting was held in the Westbury public hall on ...

    Article : 1,135 words
  11. RECRUITING MEETING.

    The most remarkable series of meet­ings ever bold have just concluded in the principal Coastal towns. The attendance­ in each place, except at ...

    Article : 775 words
  12. BOTHWELL.

    Anniversary Day was observed here by the business places. The Post Office and State School kept open as usual. An intercessory service was ...

    Article : 436 words
  13. DUNDAS.

    The weather here is still unsettled, and in keeping with other parts of the “Wild West” of Tasmania we get our fair share of rain and ...

    Article : 393 words
  14. WORK ON MUNITIONS.

    Sir,—If the remember made by me at the [?] of the Hobart Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday last cop[?]yed the [?]ression [?]ned in Mr. John ...

    Article : 265 words
  15. TWO PRONOUNCED FAILURES.

    The [?]ing meeting held at Penguin and Kindred were absolute failure. In sprite of the eloquent pleadings, the response was nil at ...

    Article : 926 words
  16. FINGAL.

    Mrs. William Barnes has been every [?] for the past week, but is now on the way to recovery. Mrs. James Poole has been ...

    Article : 240 words
  17. WOODSDALE.

    We have had a splendid rain, which will do a lot of good: the creeks were flooded on Monday morning, and tanks have all been filled. It is the most ...

    Article : 374 words
  18. LYMINGTON.

    A pleasant little function was held on Australia day in the from of a “gift afternoon,” organised by the committee of the Lymington red cross ...

    Article : 367 words
  19. EATING BETWEEN MEALS.

    Do you know that the stomach needs rest regularly and that eating between meals is a common cause of indigestion? Do you know what happens when you ...

    Article : 340 words
  20. HOW TO RUB OFF FAT.

    An excess of fatty tissues on hips or abdomen not only prevents one from looking well or feeling comfortable. but it is likely to keep increasing until all ...

    Article : 309 words
  21. DEFENCE EXPENDITURE.

    The Defence department is at pre­sent erecting three drill halls on the Coast, viz., at Latrobe, Burnie. and Wynyard. These Halls are absolutely ...

    Article : 319 words
  22. ST. MARY’S.

    After having been postponed through inclement weather, Australia Day was observed here on Wednesday last, when, owing to the ...

    Article : 442 words
  23. A SIGN O F GREYNESS.

    When you see the first Signs of your hair going grey is the time to apply something to enable you to preserve the natural color of your hair ,Russian ...

    Article : 131 words
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