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  2. LAUNCESTON, TASMANIA The Examiner

    IT WOULD BE WRONG to imagine that Adolf Hitler, successful plunderer of nearly all Europe, is not having many very anxious moment ...

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  3. Topics of the Day IMPROVEMENT SOON IN IRON SUPPLY

    A slight improvement in the supply of galvanised iron available is anticipated in the near future and action has ...

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  4. TO-DAY'S MESSAGE

    Where will God lead us? What He will do is to give to those who humbly ask, the spirit that no dangers can ...

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  5. PICNIC FOR CHILDREN

    Twelve hours of fun and happiness was the fortunate lot yesterday of 350 kiddies from the less-fortunate homes ...

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  6. SUPPORT IN TASMANIA

    Agreement with the suggestion made by the Premier of New South Wales (Mr. Mair) that financial ...

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  7. NEED FOR NEW SHIPS

    For many months the Tasmanian Government had been urging the Commonwealth Government to proceed with the establishment of the' ...

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  8. PERSONAL

    Rev. C. C. Cowling, of the Church of England Currie, King Island, has been transferred to the St. Marys parish, Tasmania. ...

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  9. A.I.F. ENJOYED CHRISTMAS HAMPERS

    Members of the A.I.F. abroad were generously looked after during Christmas by the Australian Comforts Fund, according to letters and copies of ...

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  10. THE BRIDGE LOAN

    DURING the discussion in the House of Assembly of the proposed "loan" of £31,000 to the Hobart Bridge Company it was natural ...

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  11. Marine Board Pilot to Leave

    The Launceston Marine Board has granted leave of absence during the war to the pilot (Captain F. J. Reading), who has been called up for service by ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  12. Hospital Wages

    No finality has yet been reached regarding basic wage adjustments affecting employees of the Royal Hobart Hospital, the Launceston General Hospital ...

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  13. WOMEN'S LAND ARMY CAMP

    At a meeting in Launceston recently Mesdames V. L. Ransom, J. N. Griffin and Messrs. H. C. Barnard, M.H.R., and F. H. Foster, M.H.A., members of ...

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  14. MILITARY NOTES

    Word has been received by Rev. W. H. and Mrs. MacFarlane, of the Rectory, Longford, that their son, Lieut. R. H. MacFarlane, had been wounded ...

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  15. INSTITUTION FOR DELINQUENT GIRLS

    The Chief Secretary (Mr. Brooker), referring yesterday to the necessity for an institution to which delinquent girls could be sent for detention and ...

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  16. New Flax Depots

    Information was received yesterday by the Tasmanian Producers' Organisation that the Flax Production Committee had decided to establish ...

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  17. PEOPLE'S HOMES

    MANY HOMES have been built in the North under the Housing Improvement Act, but so far the Homes Act has not operated here. ...

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  18. OBITUARY

    Another pioneer of the West Tamar, Mr. John Kenneth Atkinson, died after a short illness at a private hospital in Launceston. The deceased flew from ...

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  19. Cunningham's Comet

    Don't get up this morning to see Cunningham's comet. This is the advice of the Victorian Government Astronomer (Dr. Baldwin), who is not ...

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  20. OATLANDS WAR SAVINGS

    At the January meeting of the Oatlands War Emergency Committee, with the Warden (Mr. W. M. Lester) presiding, members alleged discrepancies in ...

    Article : 142 words
  21. RETIRES AFTER 13 YEARS

    CANBERRA, Wednesday.—Dr. W. G. Woolnough, Geological Adviser to the Federal Government, has retired from the Commonwealth Public ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  22. MR. A. E. WYETT PRESIDENT OF JUSTICES

    Mr. A. E. Wyett was re-elected president of the Honorary Justices' Association of Tasmania at the annual meeting of the association held at the ...

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  23. SEEKING HOME

    In June of last year Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Robinson were living peacefully at Jersey, one of the Channel Islands, after retiring from work in India. On ...

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  24. PROTECTION FROM FIRE

    The joint committee of both Houses of Parliament appointed to enquire into and report upon the protection of rural private properties from fire will ...

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  25. COLLECTIONS AT HOUSES

    House-to-house collections for salvage will be made by the northern sub-committee of the State Salvage Committee as soon as a roster of ...

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  26. ASHLEY BOYS' HOME

    To make arrangements for the scheme of segregation proposed by him some months ago, the Chief Secretary (Mr. Brooker) will visit the ...

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  27. OPPORTUNITY FOR ROTARY IN TROUBLED WORLD

    The conviction that Rotary had a great part to play in these critical days was expressed by Rotarian Andrew Raeburn in a talk at yesterday' ...

    Article : 112 words
  28. DROUGHT RELIEF MONEY

    Explaining Tasmanian growers' position under the Commonwealth Government drought relief loan, Mr. J. Allan Guy. M.H.R., said yesterday that ...

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  29. FROST DAMAGE TO FRUIT

    His case for the Federal Government for financial assistance to fruit growers in Tasmania who had suffered loss because of frost damage had been ...

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  30. BEER BOYCOTT AT STRAHAN

    As a protest against increased prices for liquor a mild boycott of the three hotels is taking place at Strahan. Men employed at a sawmill in the district ...

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  31. Letters to the Editor

    Sir,—Of late letters have appeared condemning trams stopping in Brisbane-street, Up to a point I agree with the writers. There are too many ...

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  32. LEAGUE OF NATIONS UNION

    The British League of Nations Union is functioning fully and its publication, "Headway," is still being published. This was announced by the president ...

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  33. GARAGE HOURS

    Although no finality has been reached regarding hours of trading for garages and service stations, a decision is expected in the near future. ...

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  34. Waste Paper

    Sir,—In your columns of January 14 appears the statement that several firms have complained about the non-collection of waste paper by Boy ...

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  35. RIFLE RESERVE COMPANY

    The New Year's programme for the Launceston Rifle Reserve Company's training will be opened on Saturday, when the trainees will parade at the ...

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  36. LICENSING WHEAT FARMS

    All wheatgrowers will be licensed and all wheat farms registered under the terms of the wheat stabilisation scheme, said the Minister for ...

    Article : 226 words
  37. LETTERS FROM JEHOVAH SECT

    A letter from a Jehovah's Witness was received at the annual meeting of the Justices' Association of Tasmania at Launceston last night alleging that ...

    Article : 168 words
  38. Advertising

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  39. SHARES IN BRIDGE

    The Treasurer (Mr. E. Dwyer-Gray) said yesterday that Mrs. Dwyer-Gray's investment of £1000 in the Derwent Bridge Company's shares was not in ...

    Article : 88 words
  40. WHEAT LICENCES

    CANBERRA, Wednesday—The Secretary of the Department of Commerce (Mr. J. F. Murphy) emphasised to-day that all wheat farms in Australia must ...

    Article : 67 words
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