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  2. Calendar for the Month.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 50 words
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  4. FEATURES of the DAY.

    To a Stranger: O faithful eyes, day after day as I see and know you—unswerving, faithful and beautiful—going about ...

    Article : 747 words
  5. ANZAC DAY.

    MELBOURNE, Friday.—lt is oxpceted that a-greater number will take part this year in the Anzac Day march and commemoration service than last ...

    Article : 58 words
  6. MEN AND WOMEN. Personal Paragraphs.

    DR. VICTOR: BONNEY, of Hobart, arrived in Melbourne yesterdny on the Nairann. MR. C.!W. GRANT, im ex-member ...

    Article : 95 words
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  8. N.W. COAST MAILS.

    Mails for the- Australian States and overseas close at Burnie, Ulverstone and Devonport Post Olliecs respoctivcly as under: ...

    Article : 80 words
  9. North-West Coast Observance

    At. a recent, meeting of the Ulverstone sub-branch of thc R.S.L arrangements were finalised for Ute celebrations on Anzac Day. The president. ...

    Article : 282 words
  10. HEARD THIS ONE?

    The one-time headmaster of Eton, Dr. Eil ward Lyttellon, whose collection of schoolboy "howlers" is probably unequalled, ...

    Article : 105 words
  11. "Bobby" Peel.

    LONDON, Thursday, — "Bobbie" Peel, tho ex-Yorkshire cricketer, who is 71 years of age to-day celebrated his golden wedding. ...

    Article : 223 words
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  13. THE FAITHFUL SHEPHERD

    BUT thou wouldst not alone Be saved, my father! alone Conquer and come to thy goal, Leaving the rest In the wild... ...

    Article : 110 words
  14. The Advocate

    WIRELESS wonders will never cease. Now we are assured that radio television will soon lie in general Operation, as simple in its working as broadcasting and receiving sounds by air. The first American home television.set is not: unlike thu familiar photograph ...

    Article : 668 words
  15. BURNIE.

    ln connection, with the Anzac Day memorial service, to be held on the Soldiers' Memorial Reserve at South Burnie on Wednesday, a procession of ...

    Article : 91 words
  16. GOVERNOR'S TRIP.

    CURRIE (King island), Friday. — The vice-regal and parliamentary visitors, the Governor of Tasmania. (Sir James O'Grady), the Minister for ...

    Article : 193 words
  17. WHAT THEY SAY.

    SIR MICHAEL SADLER: "The chief purpose of education is to give mankind something really io believe and live by—not me ...

    Article : 103 words
  18. Family Notices

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  19. SMITHTON.

    Arrangements have been finalised for the observante of Anzac Day on April 2.5. There will be a memorial service in the Town Hall at ll o.m., at ...

    Article : 80 words
  20. STANLEY.

    . At the suggestion of Cr. R. Steel, a short service is to be held near the Soldiers' Memorial, Stanley, oil Wednesday next (Anzac Day), at which ...

    Article : 72 words
  21. CONCRETE ROADS

    HOBART, Friday.—At a meeting of the main Roads Board on Thursday, there ivoro present Messrs. G. G. Beak er, E. Freeland and C.B Davies. ...

    Article : 127 words
  22. Form of Ceremony.

    HOBART, Friday.—The State secretary of the R.S.L, has received the following letter from the Prime Minister's Department, through the general ...

    Article : 283 words
  23. ON THE AIR TO-NIGHT. 7ZL. Hobart-—516 Metros.

    From 6.30 to 10: Children's session; musical selections; Tasmanian nows; weather forecasts: Hobart Stock Exchange; sporting results; dance numbers by the ...

    Article : 295 words
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  25. DAMAGE TO CAR.

    LAUNCESTON, Friday.—"The case in which Harold Otto Zaukcer, motor driver, of Beaconsield, chums £300 damages from George Hinds, of ...

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  26. HINKLER'S VISIT. Special Permit May Be Necessary.

    MELBOURNE, Friday.—So far civil aviation authorities have not been advised of Bert Hinkler's flight to Tasmania. It is probable ...

    Article : 66 words
  27. Queensland Floods. Three Men Drowned.

    BRISBANE, Friday.—Three drownings have been reported in the floods. in the south-east portion of Queensland. Torrential rains have occurred ...

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  28. FEDERAL ELECTIONS.

    MELBOURNE., Friday.— Counting in tho Labor pre-selection ballots for the Flinders and Corio scats in the House of Representatives resulted in a large ...

    Article : 147 words
  29. DEAF, DUMB, AND BLIND

    COLONEL PAYNE, Superintendent of Die Deaf, Dumb and Blind In stitute, at Jobart, arrived at. Devonport yesterday by the midday train ...

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  30. Airman at Ararat.

    MELBOURNE, Friday. — Bert Hinkler and his wife landed at Ararat Hus afternoon, and received a great ovation. A large crowd was present at ...

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  32. Voluntary Parades.

    The Defence Department advises (that the following arrangements have been approved: (a) Parade of troops to he voluntary,, and without expense, ...

    Article : 75 words
  33. Flight to N.W. Coast.

    Warden S. Bird, of. Burnie, stated last night that he had received oflicial information that Squadron-Lender.Hinkler would, visit Burnie on ...

    Article : 259 words
  34. To-morrow Night's Programme.

    From 7 to 10: Church service from Chalmers' Presbyterian Church, Hobart; band concert from St. David's Park: inter-State news service; British, official ...

    Article : 176 words
  35. River Breaks Banks.

    SYDNEY, Friday. — Northern Rivers in New South Wales have risen above their normal levels. The Tweed Hiver at Murwillumbah ...

    Article : 96 words
  36. SHOP BURGLED.

    GEELONG, Friday.—The shop of W. G. Thorne and Son, sports depot, in Moorabool street, was broken into last night. Tobucro worth £300 was ...

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  37. NURSE CAVELL FILM.

    MERBOURNE, Friday.— Tile Commonwealth Film Censor (Professor Usborne) to-day witnessed the screening of the liritish itilm "Dawn," which ...

    Article : 79 words
  38. New Supreme Court at- Launceston.

    HOBART, Friday—Following, the reports by the Public Works Committoo of the new Supreme Court building at Launceston, the Attorney ...

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  39. W.A. HAIL STORM.

    PERTH (W.A.), Friday. — Half an inch of rain fell in 20 minutes over the eastern wheat belt yesterday afternoon. Many windows were broken ...

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