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  2. Personal Paragraphs

    DR. EVATT Australian Minister for External Affairs, on Friday morning conferred, with Court Raczynski, the Polish Foreign Minister, who expressed ...

    Article : 334 words
  3. PENGUIN COUNCIL TO OPEN MEETINGS WITH PRAYER

    A suggestion by the two resident clergymen at Penguin that the monthly meetings of the Penguin Council should be opened with prayers was agreed to at the monthly meeting of the council on Saturday morning. It was decided that the reading of prayers should be open to clergymen of any denomination. ...

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  4. The Advocate Fair and Impartial

    POSSIBILITIES of decisive moment in the South Pacific, the result of five months of preparation for the offensive in a region critical to Australia, punctuate the moving American national celebration. Once again the United States is called upon to assert and ensure its freedom, and with that ...

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  5. PLAIN TALK

    GOD is pleased to vouchsafe the best that He can give only to the best that we can do. ...

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    Advertising : 64 words
  7. HEARD THIS ONE?

    "I've asked Mr. and Mrs. Smith to dinner at seven, Mary, but I think we'll give them a quarter of an hour's grace," said Mrs, Bigg. ...

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  8. SNOWFALL.

    Out of the bosom of the Air, Out of the cloud-folds of her garment shaken, Over the woodlands brown and bare, ...

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  9. QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

    Question: (1) Where was Mr. A. F. D. Lillieo, M.L.C., born? (2) Is he the youngest member of the Legislative Council[?] ...

    Article : 238 words
  10. PRISONERS OF WAR

    Lieut. E.W. Love, formerly of Burnie, is a prisoner of war in Java, according to advice, received by his wife, who is now living in Sydney. Lieut. ...

    Article : 188 words
  11. Family Notices

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  12. Advertising

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    Advertising : 261 words
  13. THE HARD TASK AHEAD IN BURMA

    SOME estimation of the hard task ahead in Burma has been given by an American war correspondent. Mr. Churchill's announcement that there are 2,000,000 armed men in India gave much cause for satisfaction. It is an assurance that, at any rate, India is not likely to be invaded. But ...

    Article : 344 words
  14. INFORMATION SUMMARY

    Outward—Mai[?]land States: Daily. King Island: Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Flinders Island: Monday, Wednesday and Friday. ...

    Article : 435 words
  15. OBITUARY

    ALBURY, Sunday. — Senator James Cunningham, President of the Senate, who had a heart seizure after, leaving Canberra, on Friday ...

    Article : 280 words
  16. T.P.O. DEFENDED

    Replying to a suggestion that the Tasmanian Producers' Organisation showed laxity in not presenting eases of farmers' disabilities to the ...

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  17. A.N.A. FUNDS SHOW INCREASE

    The funds controlled by the board have reached a total of £[?]0,106, an increase of' £2228 during the past]2 months, states the annual rejort of ...

    Article : 230 words
  18. Tasmanian Airman Killed in Accident

    Flight-Lieut. Kenneth Mu[?]ro. D.F.C. and Bar, a young Tasmanian who figured in many R.A.F. raids over enemy-occupied ...

    Article : 336 words
  19. ALLIES' DAY APPEAL

    Although there was only a small attendance at the meeting called the Warden (Cr. L. H. Bauld) on Friday night in the Central Hall to ...

    Article : 417 words
  20. MR. S. E. SHOOBRIDGE

    HOBART. Sunday.—The death occurred at Hobart yesterday of Mr. Sydney E. Shoobridge, youngest son of the' late, Mr.Richard Shoobridge, of ...

    Article : 91 words
  21. Melbourne Apple Prices Double Last Year's

    MELBOURNE, Sunday.—High apples prices were due to short supplies after the heavy crops last year, the secretary of the Retail Fruiterers' ...

    Article : 118 words
  22. KNIFE WOUND IN LEG

    HOBART, Sunday.—Mrs. Joy Craw (32), of Murray street, was admitted to the Royal Hobart Hospital last night with a Knit'e wound i[?] the right leg. ...

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  23. RESTORATION OF STREET LIGHTS

    HOBART, Sunday.—The Director of Civil Defcnce (Mr, G. A. Walch) stated yesterday that prompt action would be taken to-morrow to amend ...

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  24. KILLED BY TRAM

    HOBART, Sunday.—Walter Garnsey (65), of St. John's Park, who was admitted to the Royal Hobart Hospital) on Friday afternoon with head injuries, ...

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  26. ENCOURAGEMENT OF DOG RACING

    HOBART. Sunday.—The Leader of the Opposition (Mr. Baker) does not agree with the Premier (Mr. Cosgrove) that the encouragement of dog racing ...

    Article : 232 words
  27. MILK PRODUCERS HOLD HAND

    LAUNCESTON, Sunday.— Launceston milk producers have suspended their production strike temporarily, pending a decision by the ...

    Article : 194 words
  28. PLANS TO PRODUCE BEANS FOR CANNING

    MELBOURNE, Sunday,—Mechanisation of canning processes to handle Navy beans in large quantities has been approved in plans to produce ...

    Article : 98 words
  29. League of Nations Union

    HOBART, Sunday.—He agreed with the recent statement of President Roosevelt that it might even be more important to win the peace than to win ...

    Article : 111 words
  30. FIRE AT HOBART SCHOOL

    HOBART, Sunday.—Damage estimated at between £3OO and £100 was caused by a fire which broke out in the Elizabeth Street infant school ...

    Article : 81 words
  31. MISSING CAR

    HOBART, Sunday.—Police are endeavoring to trace a Studebaker sedan car, 1928 model, No. 4H 888. grey in color, the property of Burrows and ...

    Article : 51 words
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