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  2. LAUNCESTON, TASMANIA The Examiner

    SINCE we are fighting for democracy it is necessary that we should be convinced that democracy is worth fighting for. Many ...

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  3. Topics of the Day OLYMPIC POOL AT BASIN IS SUGGESTED

    Mentioning the inadequacy of swimming facilities for Launceston people, the Deputy Mayor (Alderman D. T. ...

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  4. CITY COUNCIL'S NEW POWERS

    New powers for the City Council under the Launceston Corporation Act include that of charging a penalty for rate arrears. Rate exemptions and health control are also greatly affected. ...

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  5. TO-DAY'S MESSAGE

    What seems a Summit when we begin to Climb is but a Ridge from which a greater Glory is visible. ...

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  6. PERSONAL

    The Hydro-Electric Department's country districts engineer (Mr. P. Binns) returned by air from the mainland yesterday and continued to ...

    Article : 116 words
  7. MAXIMUM PRICE REDUCED

    A reduction in the maximum prices of potatoes in N.S.W. and Queensland was announced by Professor Copland, ...

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  8. SET FIRE TO SHOP

    After making determined but vain attempts to blow open and drill the strong-room of the hardware firm of ...

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  9. AMERICAN AID

    AMERICAN aid to Britain is approaching the definite stage. So far, to quote the Secretary of the U.S. Treasury, "not a dime of ...

    Article : 367 words
  10. MILITARY NEWS

    Flight-Lieut J. D. Holmes is on a short visit to his relatives after several years' absence. He will return to Laverton to-day. ...

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  11. OBITUARY

    The death occurred at Launceston yesterday of Mr. Victor Ernest Denning, of Gravelly Beach and formerly of Hobart. He was aged 78 year. ...

    Article : 111 words
  12. Price Officer's Visit

    The Deputy Prices Commissioner Mr. L. C. Johnson), accompanied by Mr. B. Warren, Senior Investigation Officer, will visit Launceston to-day. ...

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  13. MONEY SYSTEM ATTACKED BY MINISTER

    The present war would never have developed if a reasonable monetary system had been established after the last ...

    Article : 288 words
  14. ACTION AGAINST RABBITS AT LILYDALE

    Rabbits were more numerous in the Lilydale municipality than they had been for many years, and unless steps were taken to keep them under stock ...

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  15. Electricity Failure

    The lighting system in most parts of the city and suburbs was dislocated for about 10 minutes on Saturday evening at 7.40, when a wireless aerial which ...

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  16. MR. DWYER-GRAY SHOCKED

    CANBERRA, Sunday.—Mr. Dwyer-Gray, Tasmanian Treasurer, who is remaining in Canberra until Monday, said to-night he was deeply shocked ...

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  17. COMPENSATION PAYMENT

    CANBERRA, Sunday.—For varieties of apples and pears excluded from marketing under the Acquisition scheme, ...

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  18. Fatally Shot

    Kenneth Henry Heather (17), of Recherche Bay, lost his life in a shooting accident in the Catamaran district yesterday. He had been out in a ...

    Article : 69 words
  19. Bullet Wound

    With a bullet wound in his chest, Alfred George Brown (48), of Levendale, was admitted to the Royal Hobart Hospital yesterday. He was ...

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  20. "MORE MUST BE TOLD"

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—"The world position from the standpoint of Australia has not been fully told to the Australian people. Not much more time ...

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  21. Red Shield Hostel

    The Salvation Army's Red Shield Hostel in George-street, Launceston, has had further beds added to it, but is still tilled to capacity. A meal ...

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  22. JAPAN'S PART

    THERE are signs of growing Japanese aggressiveness. This leads to the belief that Japan is planning to synchronise her next ...

    Article : 219 words
  23. CASUALTY LIST

    MELBOURNE, Sunday.—Total Australian casualties are now 572, Including 129 killed, live missing and 438 wounded. ...

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  24. RAILWAY PICNIC AT LONGFORD

    The annual Railway Department picnic was held in good weather at the Longford picnic grounds yesterday. It was estimated that about 5000 people ...

    Article : 328 words
  25. Finger Crushed

    While assisting with the unloading of cargo on a vessel in Devonport, E. Grainger had his finger badly crushed when a heavy crate, which ...

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  26. Cyclist Injured

    When riding a bicycle at Hobart on Saturday David Smith (17),. of Oyster Cove, tell and fractured his upper left leg. He was admitted to the Royal ...

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  27. ALLOCATION OF LOAN MONEY

    CANBERRA, Sunday.—Although one small claim from New South Wales was rejected, this state received almost all of the additional loan money ...

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  28. SUPPLIES FOR EAST

    MELBOURNE, Sunday.—As the direct result of information given by the Australian delegation, orders to the value of £2,000,000 have been ...

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  29. OVERTIME BAN LIFTED

    MELBOURNE, Sunday.—A mass meeting of ironworkers to-day adopted an executive recommendation to lift the overtime ban. ...

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  30. BIG PUBLICITY CAMPAIGN

    CANBERRA, Sunday.—The Department of Information is reported to be planning a national publicity campaign which would involve the expenditure ...

    Article : 116 words
  31. APPEAL FUNDS

    Acknowledged, £11,803/10/9: donation, staff. Foot and Playsted, £1/8/6; Kings- wear Manufacturing Co. staff. 6/-; Riverside Golf Club branch, £5: donation, ...

    Article : 364 words
  32. THREE MEMBERS OF FAMILY DIE IN SMASH

    MELBOURNE, Sunday.—Three members of a family were killed and four injured when a car overturned on Calder Highway two miles from ...

    Article : 142 words
  33. NIGHTWATCHMAN'S CAPTURE : HOTEL INCIDENT

    MELBOURNE, Sunday.—With pistol drawn, a nightwatchman captured a man near the East Brunswick Club Hotel, East Brunswick, early this ...

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  34. CORRESPONDENCE

    Sir,—One is led to wonder at times about the number of your correspondents who use "Loyalist" or a word of similar implication as their nom de ...

    Article : 244 words
  35. B., D. AND D. MATRON

    Sister E. Worbey, of Stowell private hospital, Hobart, has been appointed matron of the Blind, Deaf and Dumb Institution in succession to Matron C. ...

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  36. HOBART PILOT KILLED

    LONDON, Saturday.—Pilot Officer J. H. Davies, of Hobart, who is reported killed on active service, is one of the Australians in the latest Air ...

    Article : 100 words
  37. British Women and Children Released by Nazis

    GENEVA, Friday.—The International Red Cross announces that 1000 British women, children and elderly men have been released from Occupied France, and that another 600 releases are expected, including women and ...

    Article : 314 words
  38. Advertising

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  39. "War Must be Won by Army"

    LONDON, Saturday.—General Sir Edmund Ironside in a speech at Tunbridge to-day said he had always felt that the army in this war was a ...

    Article : 90 words
  40. SUPPORT FOR MR. MORROW

    At a meeting of the Burnie Trades and Labour Council at the week-end which discussed the expulsion of Mr. W. Morrow from the Australian Labour ...

    Article : 62 words
  41. PRISONERS REACH BOMBAY

    BOMBAY. Saturday.—Four Italian Generals and 1200 officers were among a batch of a further. 3000. Italian prisoners who arrived to-day ...

    Article : 27 words
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