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  2. LAUNCESTON, TASMANIA The Examiner

    MANY Australians are deeply suspicious of come of the aliens in our midsl. This feeling exists throughout the Commonwealth and has been ...

    Article : 548 words
  3. TO-DAY'S MESSAGE

    God only waits for man's worthiness to enhance the means and measure of His grace. —Mary Baker Eddy. ...

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  4. Topics of the Day REGISTRATION OF ALL MILK VENDORS

    Under a proposed by-law to be submitted to the City Council on Monday night, all persons outside the city who ...

    Article : 168 words
  5. PERSONAL

    On Monday afternoon the Governor (Sir Ernest Clark) will pay an official visit with the directors to the Australian newsprint mills at Boyer. ...

    Article : 244 words
  6. IT HAPPENED 90 YEARS AGO

    CRICKET. — At a meeting of members held at Mr. Feutrill's, a tender from Mr. Dodswell to plough and otherwise improve the ...

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  7. MORE THAN £600 RAISED

    Launceston delved deeply into its pocket yesterday for the Red Cross Appeal. The amount so far received totals ...

    Article : 541 words
  8. DROUGHT IN TASMANIA

    Dry conditions that have prevailed throughout Tasmania during recent months are considered by many ...

    Article : 351 words
  9. DISCUSSION OF A.R.P. PLANS IN LAUNCESTON

    Air raid precautions for Launceston were discussed yesterday by the Minister In charge of Civil Defence (Major Davies) and the executive ...

    Article : 290 words
  10. MUNITION MAKING

    THE announcement that Launceston will soon be manufacturing munitions is welcome. It has taken a good while to impress the federal ...

    Article : 255 words
  11. ELECTRICITY CHARGES

    A by-law to provide for a reduction of a half-penny a unit in the net charge for electric light in Launceston ...

    Article : 434 words
  12. Straying Children

    "Apparently it is a more serious offence to allow cattle to stray than to permit children to roam the streets," said Mr. F. N. Stops, P.M., ...

    Article : 140 words
  13. OBITUARY

    The death occurred at a Launceston hospital yesterday of Mr. Walter Turn-bull, an old resident of Campbell Town. He was the third son of the late John ...

    Article : 549 words
  14. City Council Meeting

    Among the business for the City Council at its meeting on Monday night will be the acceptance of tenders for a, panel van, alterations to ...

    Article : 89 words
  15. TO BE REDUCED BY HALF

    Supplies of superphosphate are likely to be reduced by 50 per cent next financial year and probably there will be an increase in price, said the ...

    Article : 233 words
  16. GROWTH SLOW

    The lack of rain has slowed up the growth of crops and pastures, and the good progress shown during March by early sown crops has not been ...

    Article : 221 words
  17. NEW HOSPITAL

    SIR JOHN RAMSAY has good reason for his confidence that, in spite of the many calls for money for patriotic funds, the sum needed to ...

    Article : 205 words
  18. Women in Industry

    Cabinet next week will consider a scheme submitted by the Chief Secretary (Mr. Brooker) for the greater utilisation of female labour on the land ...

    Article : 87 words
  19. Town Hall Alterations

    Business at the Town Hall was moved yesterday from the central office to the vestibule in front of the building while alterations were being effected ...

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  20. Mother's Day

    To-morrow Mother's Day will be commemorated in Launceston with special church services and the wearing of a white flower. In private ...

    Article : 48 words
  21. COPPER BONUS INCREASED

    As a result of the recent increase in the price of copper an additional 4/- a week copper allowance to the Mount Lyell members of the A.W.U. ...

    Article : 170 words
  22. Wages Board for Cafes Urged

    The Chief Secretary (Mr. Brooker) stated yesterday that Mr. R. W. Winspear had waited on him on behalf of the cafe proprietors of Hobart and ...

    Article : 227 words
  23. Letters to the Editor

    Sir,—The figures issued by the Treasurer of this state regarding the receipts and expenditure from July 1, 1940, to April 30, 1941, show that ...

    Article : 1,087 words
  24. False Alarm

    The Launceston Fire Brigade answered a false alarm at 6 p.m. yesterday to the premises of Nestles Co., Shields-street. It appeared that a ...

    Article : 52 words
  25. FOOTBALL AND THE WAR

    Representatives of the Tasmanian Australian National Football League waited on the Premier (Mr. Cosgrove) recently and sought his opinion ...

    Article : 246 words
  26. GUARANTEE OF 3/10 BUSHEL

    The State Superintendent (Mr. R. A. Sherwin) announced yesterday that arrangements had been made by the Australian Wheat Board to allow ...

    Article : 250 words
  27. Knocked Down by Car

    William Smith (58), of Port Cygnet, was admited to the Royal Hobart Hospital last night with a fractured right leg and injuries to the loft hand. His ...

    Article : 50 words
  28. Electricity Supply

    Users of electricity at Relbia, Young Town and Prospect, including all the area south of Garfield and Thistle streets, will have their supply cut Off ...

    Article : 34 words
  29. HOSPITAL NEEDS FURNITURE

    The Medical Superintendent of the Launceston General Hospital (Dr. R. A. Lewis) has announced that for the forthcoming appeal to provide ...

    Article : 128 words
  30. German Plane for Exhibition

    MELBOURNE. Friday.—A Messer- schmitt 109, which was shot down by R.A.F. pilots in England, arrived in Melbourne to-day. The 'plane, which ...

    Article : 100 words
  31. CANNING MUTTON

    The Minister for Agriculture (Mr. D'Alton) said yesterday that the provision of facilities in Tasmania for disposing of old ewes had been under ...

    Article : 95 words
  32. THOSE ENTITLED TO BADGE

    CANBERRA, Friday.—The reserved occupation badge is to be issued only to men in reserved occupations, who, having applied for enlistment in the ...

    Article : 143 words
  33. PARK FOR QUEENSTOWN

    The Minister for Agriculture (Mr. D'Alton) said yesterday that, following representations by the Queenstown Council, approval had been given ...

    Article : 71 words
  34. WRONG WAY OF DOING IT

    The art of extinguishing bombs was demonstrated by the secretary of the Northern section of the Civil Defence Legion (Mr. G. H. Farrow) at the fire ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 90 words
  35. PRICES COMMISSIONER AT BURNIE

    The Commonwealth Prices Commissioner (Professor Copland) arrived at Devonport last evening and conferred with the Potato Export ...

    Article : 71 words
  36. Bank Notes Stolen from P.O.

    BRISBANE, Friday.—Thieves broke into the Rockhampton post office early this morning and stole £1050 in notes from the mail room safe. The money ...

    Article : 104 words
  37. Advertising

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    Advertising : 146 words
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