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  2. LAUNCESTON, TASMANIA The Examiner

    IS THE HUMAN RACE being destroyed by a technology which puts terrible new weapons in the hands of contemporary barbarians? Is the ...

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  3. Topics of the Day CHILDREN TO HAVE APPLES AGAIN

    The scheme for distributing apples to Tasmanian school children is to operate again next year. ...

    Article : 120 words
  4. TO-DAY'S MESSAGE

    Work is healthy, but worry is rust upon the blade. It is not movement but friction that destroys machinery. ...

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  5. WILLOW TREES FOR FARMS IN TASMANIA

    Mr. James Crockett, managing director of R. M. Crockett and Son, cricket bat manufacturers and planters of the cricket bat willow, ...

    Article : 384 words
  6. PERSONAL

    Among passengers by air from Launceston to Melbourne yesterday were Senator R. Darcey and Mr. W. R. Menzies. ...

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  7. AMAZING EXPLOITS OF 13-YEAR-OLD TREVALLYN SCHOOLBOY

    Launceston's 79-year-old gun collector, Mr. Peter Anderson, has been thrice robbed of firearms within a few weeks. The culprit in each case was a 13-year-old boy, living at Trevallyn. ...

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  8. THREEPENNY RISE IN CITY RATES

    An increase of 3d in the pound in Launceston's rates is to be recommended at the City Council meeting on ...

    Article : 189 words
  9. LATE MR. C. H. GREY'S ESTATE.

    Estate of a gross value of £23,771 and a net value of £10,840 was left by the late Mr. Charles Henry Grey, farmer and storekeeper, late of ...

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  10. WAR CASUALTIES

    Mr. F. W. Barrett, of Beaconsfield, has been advised that his son, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 256 words
  11. School Medical Tests

    A record number of 6462 school-children were medically examined in Tasmania last year, according to a statement yesterday by the Acting ...

    Article : 127 words
  12. UNION ATTITUDE

    THE ALLEGATION of some trades hall officials that in his speech on Tuesday night the Prime Minister (Mr. Menzies) "declared ...

    Article : 294 words
  13. ADVANTAGES OF BRITISH WITHDRAWAL

    The strategic advantages gained by the British forces as the result of their withdrawal in the Libyan Desert are stressed by Corporal H. S. Silk, ...

    Article : 396 words
  14. Fur Farm Plan

    Details of the establishment of a fur farm in Tasmania will be discussed by the Premier (Mr. Cosgrove) on Monday with members of a syndicate ...

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  15. CORRESPONDENCE City "Gangs"

    Sir,—When passing along the street the other night with my wife, the language I heard from one of the mobs that frequent this city was something ...

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  16. SORRY DISPLAY AT CANBERRA

    Sir.—I have been reading your paper for many years. but seldom have I laid it down with such a sick stomach as I did to-day. There have been ...

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  17. Slaughtermen's Wages

    At a conference yesterday between the City Council and representatives of the Slaughtermen's Union regarding slaughtermen's wages, an agreement ...

    Article : 73 words
  18. BAND DISPUTE ABOUT PARK CONCERTS

    Commenting yesterday on a statement last Monday by Mr. H. W. Partridge, secretary of St. Joseph's Band, regarding a complaint by the City Band ...

    Article : 240 words
  19. WAR PHOTOGRAPHS

    Prints of Department of Information photographs published in "The Examiner" may be obtained by booking through "The ...

    Article : 75 words
  20. Closing of Howick-street

    Because of the reconstruction of the eastern end of Howick-street, the Mayor, by virtue of the power vested in him by the Corporation Act, has ...

    Article : 54 words
  21. Millions of Mullet

    Swansea has just been visited by a huge shoal of mullet. Residents and visitors have been crowding along the Jetty to see the unusual sight of ...

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  22. MILITARY NEWS

    Telegraphist E. Gibbons, of the R.A.N., is spending leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. Gibbons, Brighton, Invermay-road, Launceston. ...

    Article : 333 words
  23. Fish Canning

    The joint committee of both Houses of Parliament which was appointed to enquire into and report upon the development of the fish canning industry ...

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  24. FIGHTING MEMBERS

    SOME members of the House of Representatives were in fighting mood when they talked about conscription on Thursday, but their ...

    Article : 217 words
  25. Ripe Raspberries

    Mrs. R. Harper, of King's Meadows brought to "The Examiner" office yesterday a small bunch of ripe raspberries. Although they were ...

    Article : 53 words
  26. FLAX INDUSTRY PROSPECTS

    If Tasmania planted 15,000 acres with flax this season, it would be double the quantity sown last year, said the Minister for Agriculture (Mr. ...

    Article : 118 words
  27. Tasmanian Timber Organisations

    A meeting of directors or the Tasmanian Timber Organisation was held at Launceston on Thursday. Present: Messrs. A. K. McGaw ...

    Article : 235 words
  28. Road Alight

    About 8 o'clock last night, smoke began to rise from the centre of Brisbane-street opposite Ludbrook's. It was seeping up from a damaged gas ...

    Article : 60 words
  29. House Burned

    About 1 a.m. yesterday the Ulverstone Fire Brigade was called by the night watchman (Mr. E. Belbin) to a lire in an unoccupied cottage at West ...

    Article : 56 words
  30. RESIGNATION OF INSPECTOR

    At the fortnightly meeting of the Queenstown Council the municipal inspector (Mr. F. Brown) tendered his resignation. He stated that he did so ...

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  31. Cold at Hobart

    A minimum temperature of 35 degrees registered at Hobart at 6.16 a.m. yesterday was the lowest since October 27, 1940, when the recording ...

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  32. FRUITGROWERS' GRANT

    The legislation recently passed to provide assistance to growers of apples, pears, berries and stone fruits who suffered loss by damage to crops from ...

    Article : 121 words
  33. KING AND QUEEN SEE NEW SHIPS

    LONDON. Thursday. — The King and Queen to-day saw further evidence of the tremendous war effort which North-East Britain is making, when ...

    Article : 82 words
  34. PREFERENCE TO UNIONISTS: STATE'S POLICY

    "It had always been the Government's policy to give preference to unionists, and any man who was employed by the Government for more than 14 ...

    Article : 216 words
  35. Status of Burnie High School

    When the Premier and Minister for Education (Mr. Cosgrove) and the Director of Education (Mr. G. V. Brooks) visited Burnie several months ...

    Article : 249 words
  36. WAR EXPENDITURE

    CANBERRA, Friday. — Possibly £25,000,000 of estimated budget war expenditure will be unexpended at the end of the present financial year, ...

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  37. Queen Carnival For A.C.F.

    The total votes polled for the Queens in the A.C.F. Carnival to midday yesterday placed them in the following order:— ...

    Article : 55 words
  38. Education Scheme for A.I.F.

    MELBOURNE, Friday.—The appointment of two new members to assist Colonel Madgwick in implementing the A.I.F. educational scheme approved ...

    Article : 123 words
  39. Weight of Pork for Export

    CANBERRA, Friday.—The weight range of pork for export would be from 80 to 110lb., the Minister for Commerce (Sir Earle Page) announced ...

    Article : 49 words
  40. MILK FOR CHILDREN

    The Minister for Education (Mr. Cosgrove) yesterday expressed appreciation of the generous action of several individuals and organisations in ...

    Article : 112 words
  41. Advertising

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    Advertising : 59 words
  42. RESTRICTING FREEDOM OF PRESS

    STOCKHOLM, Thursday.—The Lower House has approved a bill restricting the freedom of the press, which "has become necessary, owing to the ...

    Article : 28 words
  43. FIFTY THOUSAND LEAGUE

    Rev. R. Jackson will be the speaker at the Fifty Thousand League luncheon, to be held at the Lounge at 1 p.m. on Monday. His subject will be "Through ...

    Article : 35 words
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