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  2. LAUNCESTON, TASMANIA The Examiner

    THE ability of the London population to stand up to punishment is the object of wonder and profound admiration all over the world. The ...

    Article : 651 words
  3. TO-DAY'S MESSAGE

    The true way to live is to bring to each duty that comes to our hand our wisest thought and our best skill. ...

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  4. Topics of the Day ACTION LIKELY BY COUNCIL ON L.V.A. BALL

    It is understood the Launceston City Council is still considering action against the United Licensed Victuallers' ...

    Article : 173 words
  5. DANGERS IN PRICE FIXING PLAN

    "There is a grave danger that, perhaps quite unintentionally, the price-fixing system may be the forerunner of ...

    Article : 377 words
  6. BUSH FIRES SWEEP W. TAMAR

    Bush fires broke out in many parts of the West Tamar yesterday but serious damage was averted. ...

    Article : 124 words
  7. PUBLICITY FOR TASMANIA

    Splendid publicity for Tasmania and Launceston has been given by the despatch to 17 different countries of nearly 200 copies of "The Examiner" Annual. ...

    Article : 171 words
  8. PERSONAL

    Among passengers for the mainland by air yesterday were Rev. F. H. Lansdell and Captain I. N. Holyman. Passengers for the mainland by ...

    Article : 168 words
  9. IN MEMORY OF CHIEF SCOUT

    A scouts' own service in memory of the World Chief Scout (Lord Baden Powell) will be held at St. John's Church of England, Launceston, on ...

    Article : 230 words
  10. "LONELY" LADY

    THE commotion in military and political circles over the permission granted to Lady Blamey to join her husband in the Middle East will ...

    Article : 294 words
  11. MILITARY NOTES

    Able Seaman Gordon D. White, of the Leading Lights, Low Head, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred White, who is serving on H.M.A.S. Sydney, has been ...

    Article : 108 words
  12. HAY FEVER TESTS

    SYDNEY. Tuesday.—When it rains, pollen from plants and tree blossoms is washed from the air and there is less risk for those people sensitive ...

    Article : 243 words
  13. LIBRARY BOARD CREDIT OF £90 SHOWN

    It was revealed at a meeting of the Launceston Public Library Board last night that the board started last year with a credit of 65. which at the ...

    Article : 473 words
  14. Fruit Pickers

    In response to an appeal by the Chief Secretary (Mr. Brooker). the Industrial Department has been able to secure sufficient fruit pickers to meet all the ...

    Article : 170 words
  15. OBITUARY

    After an illness extending over many months, the death occurred at his residence, McNamara-street, Queenstown, on Friday, of Mr. A. W., ...

    Article : 349 words
  16. SUMMER SCHOOL AT LONGFORD

    The Summer School which has been organised in connection with the Australian Board of Missions under the auspices of the Comrades of St. ...

    Article : 313 words
  17. RAID HORRORS SEEN BY TASMANIAN

    A vivid account of his experience in air raids in London is given by Private D. K. Berry, who is serving with the A.I.F., in a letter to his sister, Miss ...

    Article : 550 words
  18. Aid for Small Miners

    The decision to suspend operations at the Montana silver-lead mine at Zeehan because of lack of markets for concentrates is a matter for concern ...

    Article : 150 words
  19. Setback to Nazi Plans for Invading Bulgaria

    Recent developments in the Balkans suggest that German plans for the absorption of Bulgaria into the new ...

    Article : 370 words
  20. PRODUCER GAS

    HOW far the producer gas system of fuelling motor vehicles will go is hard to say. At the moment it is cumbersome in comparison with ...

    Article : 219 words
  21. Tourists Numerous

    Although the peak of the holiday tourist rush is now over, there are still large numbers of mainland visitors in Tasmania, and more are ...

    Article : 111 words
  22. STRATEGIC GAINS

    The report that Klisura has fallen and that Greek troops have entered Tepelini represents a distinct improvement ...

    Article : 305 words
  23. VOLUNTEERS FOR A.I.F.

    Volunteers are responding to the appeal for recruits for A.I.F. reinforcements overseas. To-morrow a medical examination ...

    Article : 376 words
  24. Periodicals Stolen

    The Public Library Board is considering whether it is advisable to close— temporarily at least—the public reading-room. The library caretaker ...

    Article : 90 words
  25. WAR APPEALS

    Previously acknowledged, £37,666 Beaconsfield Municipality (£12/1/10)— West Tamar Red Cross Branch: Clarence Point collection, Dec.—Jan. (Miss ...

    Article : 588 words
  26. Power for Boyer

    Referring to the supply of power to the Australian Newsprint Mills at Boyer, the Minister for Lands and Works (Major Davies) announced ...

    Article : 67 words
  27. OPPORTUNITY TO LEARN HOW TO SWIM

    The South Esk Swimming Club, in conjunction with "The Examiner" and 7EX. is giving Launceston adults and boys and girls another chance this ...

    Article : 225 words
  28. SHIPBUILDING LABOUR CAN BE RECRUITED

    CANBERRA, Tuesday—Mr. Hughes, Navy Minister, said to-day that the difficulties connected with the recruiting of skilled labour for shipbuilding were ...

    Article : 106 words
  29. Tobacco Prices

    The Retail Tobacco Sellers' Association (northern section) has had numerous enquiries about a new price list for tobacco and cigarettes. The ...

    Article : 81 words
  30. RUBBER TYRES AND TUBES

    CANBERRA, Tuesday.—An increase of 7½ per cent. in the manufacturers' prices of rubber tyres and tubes was announced to-day by the ...

    Article : 193 words
  31. Salvage Campaign

    Launceston people are becoming more salvage-minded and are offering helpful suggestions to the Northern Salvage Committee. Yesterday the depot, ...

    Article : 166 words
  32. Grass Fire

    The menace of grass fires was indicated yesterday when the Launceston Fire Brigade was summoned to attend a fire which had started in the ...

    Article : 44 words
  33. CHILD'S FATAL FALL

    KALGOORLIE, Tuesday. — Just before Reuben Oliver, a prospector, descended a 75ft. vertical shaft and went along a 20ft. drive at Fernbank ...

    Article : 119 words
  34. WATER ECONOMY ESSENTIAL

    If consumers in the St. Leonards water district are to be assured of having water for the next two or three days they must economise ...

    Article : 234 words
  35. INTENSIVE SEARCH FOR TRAINEES

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.—An intensive search is being continued by land sea and air for the three trainees from Point Cook Service Flying Training ...

    Article : 85 words
  36. ENQUIRY INTO DEATH OF JOCKEY

    An inquest will .e opened at Hobart this morning on Harold Charles Coutts, well-known jockey, who died at a private hospital at Hobart on Monday. ...

    Article : 87 words
  37. Advertising

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    Advertising : 63 words
  38. U.A.P. WINS TOORAK

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.—Final distribution of preference votes in the Toorak by-election to-day resulted in Mr. H. E. Thonemann, endorsed U.A.P. ...

    Article : 72 words
  39. FREE FRENCH IN AUSTRALIA

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday - To coordinate and enlist support from all Frenchmen and people of other nationalities who believe in the right of ...

    Article : 96 words
  40. Australian Women Released

    PARIS, Monday — Australian and South African women have begun to return to Paris from Besancon concentration camp. They say that the ...

    Article : 86 words
  41. AIR SERVICE TO TIMOR

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday—The Minister for Air (Mr. McEwen)' announced today the opening of a direct air service for passengers and mails between ...

    Article : 87 words
  42. CUP HOLIDAY

    For the Hobart Cup carnival, Commencing on January 20, a whole day bank holiday will be observed in all towns south of and including Oatlands, ...

    Article : 48 words
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