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  2. A.I.F. GOING INTO ACTION AS LARGE FORCE

    SYDNEY Thursday—The chief of the General Staff (Lieut General Sturdee) who arrived by flying boat from the Middle East to-day said that part of the success of the A.I.F. in action had been due to the policy of Leiut.-General Sir Thomas Blamey to avoid ...

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  3. CHURCHILL REVEALS ARMY STRENGH 4,000,000

    LONDON, Wednesday.—Britain had an army of about 4,000,000 armed and uniformed men, including the Home. Guard, and the bulk of a vast series of new factories created to equip the army was only beginning to enter ...

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  4. CONFISCATION OF PROPERTY OF OUTLAWED SECT

    On the left gramophones and records centre printed matter and right an organ seized by Launceston police in raids on premises occupied by Jehovah's witnesses. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. Churchill Amuses Commons

    LONDON, Wednesday. — In spite of the many detailed arguing points in his speech to the House of Commons to-day, ...

    Article : 155 words
  6. Italian Artillery Kills Own Countrymen

    NEAR TOBRUK, Wednesday.— A special representative of Reuters with the British forces that stormed Tobruk described now ...

    Article : 108 words
  7. Army Training Does Not Affect Leave

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—In determining the rights of employees to annual leave, employers must regard periods of military training up ...

    Article : 200 words
  8. R.A.A.F. SQUADRONS OVERSEAS

    MELBOURNE, Thursday.—The Minister for Air (Mr. McEwen) announced in a statement to-day that the number of Royal Australian Air Force squadrons on service overseas would be more than doubled during the next few ...

    Article : 281 words
  9. T.U.C. OFFICIAL TO SPEAK IN AUSTRALIA

    LONDON, Wednesday.—Mr. William Holmes (70), a past president of the Trades Union Congress, will shortly tour ...

    Article : 136 words
  10. Cannot Claim Neutrality: Jehovah Sect

    CANBERRA, Thursday.—"It is nonsense to say that the Jehovah's Witnesses were neutral," said the Minister for ...

    Article : 191 words
  11. Volunteer Defence Corps Only Home Guard

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—The Prime Minister (Mr. Menzies) announced to-night that as a result of a Cabinet ...

    Article : 177 words
  12. Indo-China Peace Move

    HONG KONG, Wednesday.— Negotiations for a settlement of the hostilities between Thailand and French Indo-China are in ...

    Article : 213 words
  13. REFUSE TO WORK OVERTIME

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—As from to-morrow, boilermakers and ironworkers in practically every important metal ...

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  14. BENGHAZI NEXT WAY OPENED

    The capture of Tobruk will be a more important success than Bardia, because it will clear the way for a British ...

    Article : 313 words
  15. HARVESTING OF FLAX

    The harvesting of flax throughout the state is proceeding satisfactorily, the Minister for Agriculture (Mr. D'Alton) said at Hobart yesterday. ...

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  16. FAREWELL TO CITY MISSIONARY

    Tributes to the achievements for the City Mission by the missionary (Mr. A. Menzies) were paid by speakers at farewell to Mr. Menzies in the ...

    Article : 310 words
  17. FRUIT MARKET NEEDS

    The chairman of the Tasmanian section of the fruit acquisition scheme in-formed the Leader of the Opposition (Mr. H. S. Baker) and the ...

    Article : 227 words
  18. No Decision Yet Reached on Petrol Rationing

    SYDNEY, Thursday. — The full Federal Cabinet was unable to complete to-day its review of the petrol rationing system. ...

    Article : 313 words
  19. NORTH-WEST

    VETERINARY SERVICE.—A delay in the Inauguration of the veterinary ser- vice at Devonport has been caused through the veterinary officer, Mr. t. W. ...

    Article : 568 words
  20. EMPIRE SUPPLY

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—Sir Bertram Stevens, former Premier of New South Wales, has been appointed Australian representative on the ...

    Article : 179 words
  21. UNION RESENTS CRITICISM AS DISRUPTIVE

    At a meeting of the Burnie branch of the Almagamated Engineers' Union last night the president (Mr. E. Cooney) said that statements made in ...

    Article : 201 words
  22. BROKE LEG IN FALL

    When he fell after alighting from a tram at the Cascades last night Kenneth Lewis (39), of Strickland-avenue. Hobart, had his left leg broken. He ...

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  23. ABATTOIR CHARGES

    The joint committee of both Houses of Parliament appointed to enquire into slaughtering and inspection charges at the Launceston and Hobart abattoirs ...

    Article : 56 words
  24. Storm at Hobart

    A severe electrical storm passed over Hobart yesterday evening. Lightning and thunder were followed by heavy hail and rain storms. The storm ...

    Article : 30 words
  25. TO-DAY'S SUMMARY

    FORECAST—Cloudy with rain HIGH TIDE —9.57a.m., 10.25 p.m., LIGHTS ON VEHICLES —7.21 p.m., to 4.59 a.m., ...

    Article : 54 words
  26. THE NORTH

    PERSONAL.—Mr. John Kerr. of Longford, is a patient in the Homeopathic Hospital, Launceston. FIRE BRIGADE.—The annual ...

    Article : 231 words
  27. General News in Brief Captured German Airmen Sent to Canada

    Hundreds of German airmen captured in Britain have been landed at an East Canadian port. They came ashore in groups of 50, were thoroughly searched and escorted through lines of guards to special trains that took them to ...

    Article : 283 words
  28. Advertising

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    Advertising : 31 words
  29. ROOM FOR MORE ORDERS

    SYDNEY, Thursday.—Members of the Federal Parliament who visited the works of Purcell Engineering Co. to- day were shown £70,000 worth of ...

    Article : 141 words
  30. BRIDPORT

    PERSONAL—Mr. W. E. Camm is Home on leave at Bridport from camp. PERSONAL.-Guests staying at the report Hotel this week have included ...

    Article : 131 words
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