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  2. Advertising

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    Advertising : 1,147 words
  3. IN THE CITIES

    HOBART, Thursday. - The Executives Council sits at Launceston to-morrow. ...

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  4. WYNYARD SPENCER HOSPITAL

    Another important step in the development of the North-west Coast was celebrate at Wynyard yesterday afternoon by the official opening of the ...

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  5. THE SILVER BULLET

    LAUNCESTON, Thursday.-The War Loan Tank did good business in Launceston to-day, both as regards the amounts deposited had the ...

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  6. ULVEBSTONE CAYES

    The care and management of Tasmania's places of interest call for particular attention, especially at the present time, when our entire system is ...

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  7. SIR WILLIAM IRVINE

    MELBOURNE, Thursday. - Sir William Irvine, the Federal member for Flinders, has been appointed Chief Justice of Victoria, in succession to ...

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  8. FEDERAL PARLIAMENT

    MELBOURNE, Thursday - Federal Parliament re-assembled to-day ...

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  9. ACROSS THE STRAUS

    MELBOURNE, Thursday.—Prayers were offered for victory for the Allied arms at the two hours' meeting at the Melbourne Town Hall to-day. ...

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  10. RED CROSS APPEAL.

    LAUNCESTON, Thursday. - The amount now subscribed at Hobart in response to the Red Cross special appeal totals £807/10;. ...

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  11. INTERNED ALIEN ENEMIES.

    In the Senate, the Minister of Defence (Senator Pearce), in reply to Senator Pratten, said that since October last 74 alien enemies had been ...

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  12. MELBOURNE SUBURBAN ROBBERIES.

    MELBOURNE, Thursday-Many suburban robberies, reported to-day. Burglars last night entered the premises of T. H. Horton at Kew and ...

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  13. SIR WILLIAM IRVINE'S CAREER.

    Sir William Irvine did not start life with a silver spoon in his mouth. Nor did he enter politics as a crusted conservative. His first few shillings were ...

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  14. LAUNCESTON TROTTING DISPUTE.

    LAUNCESTON, Thursday. - At the Practice Court to-day, before Mr. Justice Ewing, A. E. Gee applied on behalf of the Northern Tasmanian ...

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  15. £3,000 A MINUTE.

    MELBOURNE, Thursday. - The Victorian State Savings Bunk Commissioners have subcribed £250,000 to the War Loan. ...

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  16. ADMIRATION OF THE ALLIES.

    The Minister for Defence (Senator Pearce moved :- "That the Senate record its admiration of the troops of the ...

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  17. EIGHT HOURS' DAY PROCESSION.

    MELBOURNE, Thursday.-The Lord Mayor is requiring a guarantee from the Eight Hours' Day procession committee that no disloyal emblems will ...

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  18. RAIN IN LAUNCESTON

    LAUNCESTON, Thursday. - A change took place in the weather to-day, light rain falling during the early part of the morning, and the ...

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  19. APPLICATION'S FOR £1,000 AND OVER.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 219 words
  20. INCREASED EASTER TRAFFIC.

    MELBOURNE, Thursday.-A return issued to-day stated that the Easter holiday railway traffic showed an increase on last year. ...

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  21. PUBLIC SERVICE INQUIRY.

    HOBART, Thursday, - The inquiry into the circumstances relating to the installation of electrical lighting and heating of public buildings, ...

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  22. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

    In the House of Representatives, Lord Forrest was loudly cheered on entering the Chamber. A similar loyal motion to that passed ...

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  23. OLDMNG'S FATE SEALED.

    MELBOURNE, Thursday. - The State Executive Council to-day decided that Arthur Oldring. who was convicted of the murder of Mrs. Taylor and ...

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  24. TYPHOID IN SCOTTSDALE DISTRICT.

    HOBART, THURSDAY.-A special officer has been despatched to investigate the outbreak of typhoid fever in the Scottsdale district. ...

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  25. CO-OPERATION IN RECRUITING

    Interviewed at Sydney respecting Mr. Hughes' announcement that he has been authorised to approach the Labor Party with reference to recruiting ...

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  26. FAIR RENTS COURT.

    HOBART, Thursday. - The. Fair Rents Court held under the Licensing Act provisions, after hearing the application of the license of the Hotel ...

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  27. DEATH OF IBEX.

    SYDNEY, Thursday.-Ibex, the well-known racehorse, died to-day in the Wagga district. Ibex was one of the fastest sprinters in Australia in his ...

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  28. WEATHER FORECAST.

    HOBART, Thursday.—The weather forecast for the ensuing 24 hours is as follows:—Cloudy and unsettled to showery, variable, winds, smooth to ...

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  29. UNEXPECTED RESULT OF PRANK.

    Albert Williams, 7, living at Eureka street. Ballarat East, was admitted to the hospital suffering from a gunshot wound in the right shoulder. He was ...

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  30. CHILD WELFARE ASSOCIATION.

    HOBART, Thursday. — A meeting of the Child Welfare Assn. was heW to-day, Sir Herbert Nicholls presiding. The main object of the meeting was to ...

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  31. AMERICAN WAR MESSAGES

    The following official nows, received by wireless, has been handed to us by tho American Consul in Melbourne- Washington.-The War Trade Board ...

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  32. PRICE OF CHAFF

    HOBART, Thursday To-day a deputation consisting of representatives of the Milk Vendors' Association, Carters and Drivers' Union, cab owner ...

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  33. CONTROL OF SHIPPING

    MELBOURNE, Thursday.- It was announced to-day that the following appointments has been made under the War Precautions Shipping ...

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  34. LOCAL ORGANISATION URGED.

    The State Recruting Committee has J issued the following appeal:- In view of the fact that there is a serious falling off of enlistments ...

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  35. SIR. WILLIAM IRVINE'S SWAN SONG

    A Melbourne correspondent wrote some days ago:- Time has fought so well for the Prime Minister personally that it has ...

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  36. PRICE OF KEROSENE

    HOBART, Thursdav.——The Federal Prices Commissioner advises that the following advances in the price of kerosene will take place as from 1st inst.:- ...

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  37. PERSONAL

    Hon. T. J. Ryan, Premier of Queensland, is to be entertained it luncheon in Melbourne by the Victorian Labor Party on Ms return from ...

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  38. FORTUNATE AUSTRALIA.

    We complain of the rise in prices n Australia, and, according to the Commonwealth Statistician, foods and groceries were 20.3 per cent, on the ...

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  39. RACE CLUBS' TWENTY THOUSAND

    Sir,-The response to the War Loan appeal from the Tank at Deloraine on Easter Monday and Tuesday could not have been gratifying to the ...

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  40. "LET WEALTH PAY"

    Mr. Justice Ewing, in an address at the Launceston War Loan Tank demonstration, said there has no greater privilege than to say something for the ...

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  41. PURSUED BY FIRE

    WELLINGTON (X.Z.). - During tho bush fire which swept great areas of country along the Main Trunk Railwal, destroyed a considerable portion ...

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  42. SIGNING FOR TELEGRAMS

    The United Commercial Travellers' Association wants the Postal Department to revert to the old system of signing for telegrams. At the annual ...

    Article : 154 words
  43. LAUNCESTON COMPETITIONS

    LAUNCESTON, Thursday.-The competitions were continued at Launceston to-day, both sessions being well attended. Awards:- ...

    Article : 129 words
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