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  2. ORGANISING FOR WAR

    THE Deputy Director in Tasmania for the Department of War Organisation of Industry has made a statement regarding the lines upon ...

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  3. IT HAPPENED 100 YEARS AGO

    MONEY EXPECTED—It is rumoured, we do not vouch for its truth, that there are private letters in town by recent ...

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  4. MINES IDLE AGAIN

    Truck shortages are still seriously interfering with coal production in Tasmania. Yesterday the Cornwall mine ...

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  5. Mole Creek Tragedy MOLE CREEK CASE

    No sooner had a jury been empanelled in the Supreme Court at Launceston yesterday to try George Walter ...

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  6. Topics of the Day CITY MAY HAVE FEWER BREAD STYLES

    "It is quite a possibility for Launceston, though it is not contemplated at present," said the chairman of the ...

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  7. TO-DAY'S MESSAGE

    Co-operation would solve most of our problems. Freckles would be a nice coat of tan if they'd get together. ...

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  8. PERSONAL

    Senator C. A. Lamp and Messrs. L. S. Taylor and H. H. Hodgman crossed to the mainland by air on Monday. The Premier (Mr. Cosgrove) will ...

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  9. Winter Lighting Problems for Business Houses

    As the winter approaches many shops and business houses in the city which are observing 6 p.m. closing will ...

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  10. JAP. NEW ORDER

    THE JAPANESE are losing no time in putting into effect their ideas of a "new order." Their professed aim is to bring the whole of the ...

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  11. OBITUARY

    Mr. W. Davidson, who died at a private hospital, Launceston. on Sunday at the age of 75, was. chairman of the George Town Commission. ...

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  12. Red Shield Canteen

    The Red Shield service unit, which is being operated by the Salvation Army, is proving a welcome addition to the fine service which this ...

    Article : 133 words
  13. UNIFORM TAX PLAN

    It was stated by the Premier (Mr. Cosgrove) yesterday that Tasmania would oppose the uniform taxation proposals of the Mills report for ...

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  14. FUNERALS

    Leaving his late residence, 4 Cardigan-street, Launceston, the funeral of Mr. Archibald Joseph (Barney) Bad-cock, took place at the Carr Villa ...

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  15. C. D. L. Executive

    Following his announcement last week that he intended to ask various organisations to nominate a representative to take a seat on the C.D.L. ...

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  16. RUBBER SCARCITY

    THE RUBBER position in this S war is worse from the Allied point of view than was ever visualised. The Japanese conquest of the Malayan ...

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  17. TASMANIA MUST GROW MORE SEEDS

    A survey which has recently been undertaken by the Commonwealth Vegetable Seeds Committee shows that owing to foreign supplies of seeds not ...

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  18. Not a Candidate

    Mr. Tasman Shields. K.C., stated yesterday that he would not be a candidate for the Launceston seat in the Legislative Council. ...

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  19. WRONG ADDRESS WILL DELAY SOLDIER MAILS

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.—Incorrect addresses are still causing delay in the delivery of army mails, according to a statement issued at ...

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  20. Unusual Position at George Town

    The position which has arisen in the George Town municipality with the receipt of only four nominations for nine vacancies for the municipal ...

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  21. MILITARY NEWS

    Private A. P. Kerrison is spending leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Kerrison, Loira, West Tamar, after being abroad for over 18 months. ...

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  22. CASUALTY LIST

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.—Sergeant Observer Alfred Garrett, R.A.A.F., was killed in an air crash on March 30 at Malta en route to the Middle East ...

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  23. WAR EFFORT IMPEDED

    WASHINGTON, Monday.—Senator O'Mahoney told the Senate Patents committee to-day that the American ...

    Article : 329 words
  24. CIVILIAN BODY UNNECESSARY

    Referring to the proposal made at Hobart on Monday night that a civilian organisation be formed to aid civil defence and morale, the Premier (Mr. ...

    Article : 134 words
  25. AUTOCAR CLUB

    Although they had had a disheartening year, considering the reduced membership through resignations and enlistments, they were determined to keep ...

    Article : 179 words
  26. Decision Policy's Keynote

    Decision was the keynote of the Federal Government's policy, said Mr. It. C. Barnard, M.H.R., at a meeting of the A.L.P. No. 1 branch at ...

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  27. Reply to Brownout Criticism

    CANBERRA, Tuesday.—Replying to members of the N.S.W. Parliament who had criticised the brown-out, the ...

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  28. CAN JOIN V. D. C.

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday—Army Headquarters to-day warned employers not to hinder men in protected industries from joining the ...

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  29. FIGHTER SWEEP

    LONDON, Tuesday—R.A.F. fighters followed their large-scale sweep over Northern. France on Sunday with an even larger sweep yesterday afternoon. ...

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  30. Letters to the Editor

    Sir.—The Grocers' Committee at its recent meeting expressed its appreciation of your sub-leader under date the 9th inst., in connection with the ...

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  31. SALVATION ARMY WELCOME

    Lieut.—Colonel and Mrs. Darby, officers in charge of the Salvation Army in China, commenced their tour of Tasmania on Saturday, when they were ...

    Article : 155 words
  32. APPEAL FUNDS

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 315 words
  33. Welcome to Baptist Minister

    Rev. S. E. Dorman, Devonport, conducted the induction and welcome service in the Newstead Baptist Church to Rev. R. Steel, formerly of Latrobe, at ...

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  34. Technical College Council

    The enrolment in the senior school at the Launceston Technical Colleges 491. This was reported by the principal (Mr. W. G. Speers) at a meeting ...

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  35. STORAGE OF BRAN AND POLLARD

    A deputation representing the Glenorchy and Launceston branches of the National Utility Poultry Breeders' Association and the Southern Tasmanian ...

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  36. OLD BIBLES FOR LIBRARY

    Among a number of volumes presented to the Launceston Public Library recently were two Bibles, dated 1612 and 1722, and an English ...

    Article : 187 words
  37. Local Elections May Be Postponed

    CANBERRA, Tuesday.—Provision is made for the postponement of local government elections in a National Security amendment gazetted to-day. ...

    Article : 71 words
  38. Advertising

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    Advertising : 69 words
  39. PRISONERS OF WAR

    Prisoners of war are not to be sent to Tasmania. This advice was received by the Premier (Mr. Cosgrove) yesterday from the Minister for the Army ...

    Article : 125 words
  40. MASS EVACUATION OF MADRAS

    LONDON, Tuesday.—Over 130,000 people have been evacuated from Madras since the air raid alert last Tuesday. ...

    Article : 64 words
  41. THREW AWAY MAGAZINE: MAN WARNED

    LONDON, Monday—A man who threw away a magazine in a Glasgow street, contrary to defence regulations. was admonished by the Glasgow ...

    Article : 53 words
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