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LOGICALLY SOUND, BUT— [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury — 27 December 1939

LOGICALLY SOUND, BUT— An English car driver was fined for exceeding the 30 m.p.li. speed limit. His defence was that it was safer to do 38 m.p.h. on a wide main road in order to get home before dark than it was to be on tho road at all after 'black-out.' This argument fell on barren ground.

Publication Title: Maitland Mercury, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury — 27 December 1939

WOOD COFFILL LTD. FUNERAL DIRECTORS MORTUARY CHAPEL, 497 HIGH STREET, WEST MAITLAND. Phone Maitland 573. j TpINEDON'S Beautiful Wreaths for a friend that's passed away. Phone Maitland 22S. A WREATH BY MORGAN'S will suitably express your condolence. CONSULT US for all Floral Emblems. MORGAN'S, FLORIST, WEST MAITLAND. Tel. M'land 139. ' 1 lw nil uum mi nji mj. .V IV .JJ MJI my Kff ^ ' - Hard I J Sf/I _ i Three lineB, 1/; each additional lino 6d - J A 'Mercury' in every Homo. Classified Advts. biiag Resales. ] ? WANTED ? 'ryANTED, Housepainters to use my special House Paint at 12/6 per gallon. Tom Hodges, next O'Hearn's Markets, West Maitland. TyANTED to Rent, Residence, hapdy Abermain Public School. Apply Teacher, Public School, Greta. 3391 'VVfANTED, a Man for Farm and Dairy Work. Apply, D. Watson, Berry Park, Duckenfield, via Morpeth. 2392 TyANTED, Youth to milk and work on Farm, wages One Pound per week and keep. Apply, J. Lord, Mt. Dee, West Maitland. 3398 TyANTED, Experienced Coo...

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CARRIE MOORE RETURNS [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury — 27 December 1939

CARRIE MOORE RETURNS After a three years' absence from Australia Carrie Moore, who was famous for her acting in 'The Merry Widow' and other comic operas some years ago, returned to Sydney by an American liner yesterday to reappear in stoge production by J. C. .William son, Ltd,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury — 27 December 1939

Printed and published for tlio P-°°Pr',a tors by Thomas Manning Woodwn0?'j of 65 Regent-street, AVest Maitlano. ?- . tho Registered Ofllco of the Muitlnn Mercury Newspaper and Printing; £ ? Pty., Ltd., 25$ High-street, .» CBt !, Jlaltland;

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FORECAST Sultry: [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury — 27 December 1939

£ FORECAST Sultry: Storms Likely

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury — 27 December 1939

NEW Gulbranserc Portable , 13 GUINEAS LIGHT, COMPACT. TAKE . IT ANYWHERE T. J. WILKS & CO. 453 High St., W.M.

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STREET LIGHTS IN BERLIN [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury — 27 December 1939

STREET LIGHTS IN BERLIN Berlin has decided to resume its street lighting, according to Amster dam correspondents, in the confidence that it has nothing to fear from air attacks from the west. As all private motoring has ceased, however, Ger man drivers will only appreciate it as pedestrians, ? . . . . S

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury — 27 December 1939

I BUSINESS NOTICES 1 GEO. 6ALT0H PTY. LTD. § | Maitland's Modern Emporium I GIFTS FOR THE NEW YEAR | See our range of assorted CALEN DARS for 1940. These make lovely | Gifts and always appreciated. Prices | from 1/- to 4/11. I a Send your friends a FOLDER, con I taining HANKIES, with attractive k Maltland scenes on cover. Price II 2/11. | GIVE HANDKERCHIEFS . always p acceptable. 'White and Coloured b with Embroidered Corners. Prices R range from 2/11 Box. | JVHY NOT A HANDBAG? Black, | Navy, Brown, Tan, White and all | the newest shades. Priced from I 9/11. I Ideal for Holiday Wear. LIQUID I STOCKINGS, in three shades, 2/6 [5 a bottle. (.' GIVE NAPERY. LOVELY LINENV | CENTRES AND TRAYCLOTHS; | In Hand Embroidered Madeira work. Many dainty designs in Blue, Green 1 and White. Sizes 12 x 19 and 14 x f; 20. Priced from 8Jd to 1/11. ; FULL SIZED SCALLOPED PILLOW ). CASES, finished with Edgings in | ' Blue, Green, Lemon, Rose and White. Only 2/6 each. For Holiday Wear he must have a 3 SP...

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MOTORING SHORTS [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury — 27 December 1939

[MOTORING SHORTS! Only 2000 special licences have been granted in Copenhagen for the supply of petrol to private car own ers. There is an acute petrol shortage in Stockholm. Private motoring in Italy is not re garded with favour. Car owners who arrange to install gas-producer plants on . their vehicles are given a bonus by the Government.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury — 27 December 1939

This Summer is the Time) to Own an ? Electrolux Kerosene ? Operated Refrigerator 5 Years Guarantee FROM £27/10/0 5 T. J. WILKS & CO. - 453 High St., W.M.

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MAN GAOLED Shirts in Possession NEWCASTLE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury — 27 December 1939

MAN GAOLED Shirts in Possession NEWCASTLE, Wednesday. For having in his possession four shirts suspected to have been stolen, Walter O'Brien (45), pensioner, was sent to gaol for a month by Mr. Soane, S.M., in the police court to-day. He had a record. Sergeant Ferry said that on Friday, while under arrest on another charge, tho shirts were found in O'Brien's possession, and he could not account for them. The shirts were similar to some reported stolen from a Newcastle shop. ___________

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MEN FINED Theft of Oranges NEWCASTLE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury — 27 December 1939

MEN FINED Theft of Oranges NEWCASTLE, Wednesday. On October 31 three men visited the orchard of William John Fagon at Galston, and stole oranges. Two got away, but hearing that they were wanted they this morning gave themselves up at Newcastle Police Station, and said they were in the orchard DUt Qia nou sujiu any oranges. In the Police Court to-day, John Lindsay Leafe (24) and Robert Lind say Leafe (21), labourers, pleaded guilty to theft of oranges, and each was fined £1, and ordered to pay £3 each compensation, in default eight days. -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury — 27 December 1939

BEREAVEMENT NOTICES Mrs. P. Sharkey and Family desire to thank Dr. Alexander, Matron and Nursing Staff of Maitland Hospital, Rev. Father Bernasconi, Sisters of Mercy and Children of Monte Pio, for their kind attention on the occasion of their recent sad be reavement. 3397 MRS. E. TULIP and Family wish to Thank Misses Gibbs and Tierney, and Mr. P. MacDonald, also all kind friends and neighbours for their help and expressions of sympathy in their recent Bad bereavement. ? 3402

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CATTLE BREEDING Improving Qualities [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury — 27 December 1939

CATTLE BREEDING Improving Qualities The chief aim of cattle breeding, said the assistant herdmaster of the Department of Agriculture in a re cent address to farmers, was to im prove the qualities of commercial value in the animals, and combine them with symmetry of form. it was necessary to Know some thing of the laws of breeding, such as (1) that - all animal forms are de veloped from lower forms; (2.) that the life of the animal starts when the germ plasm unites; and (3) that the subsequent fate of the animal de pends on nourishment and environ ment. The breeder could do much by breeding the best to the best, but a standard was essential. The best means ot setting a type was close in breeding. . Discussing the care of breeding stock, the speaker said that a good bull paddock should be about 2 acres in area with plenty of trees, prefer ably in clumps. Growing animals ohnuM Tin well fod nnrl oared for. Care should be exercised in mustering and in milking. Bad milking was one of the ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury — 27 December 1939

IN MEMORIAM HUGHES. — In memory of Leslie Hughes, -died 27th December, 1890. 3399 ? C. R. II. j CREMATIONS AT NEWCASTLE ^ CREMATORIUM, BERESFIELD. For information consult an Undertak er. LITERATURE & PARTICULARS of CERTIFICATES from 539 HUN TER ST. WEST, Newcastle. Ph. New. 1776.

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THE R.A.A.F. Works - Buildings COST £ 2,024,000 SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury — 27 December 1939

THE R.A.A.F. Works - Buildings COST £2,024,000 SYDNEY, Wednesday. The Federal Government plans to go ahead with a scheme of works and buildings costing £2, 024,000, for the development of the programme of the R.A.A.F. for 1939-40. This will be affocted concurrently with the inauguration of the Empire Air Scheme in Australia. Sufficient accomiiiodation for the appointments to new stations and unit services for existing stations, include some of the work already begun. The New South Wales buildings and works will be established at, Richmond, Rathmines flying boat base on Lake Macquarie, and the Wagga flying training school.

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Four Killed in Plane Crash CASABLANCA, Dec. 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury — 27 December 1939

Four Killed in Plane Crash ('Mercury' ServiceV CASABLANCA, Dec. 26. The first plane in the rec ently inaugurated Italian air mail service with South Am erica crashed near Mogador. Four charred bodies were found among the debris.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury — 27 December 1939

DEATH WILLS. — At his residence, Glenarvon Road, Bolwarra, on Deo. 26, 1939, Horace Wills, beloved Husband of Dagmar Wills, aged 57 years. At Rest. ? 3393 FUNERAL ? i 'pUNCH.—The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. R. Nealer, Mrs. J. Punch (Maitland), Mr. and Mrs. H. Terry, Mr. and Mrs. J. Terry, Mr. and Mrs. E. Rowan, are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of their brother and uncle, PATRICK FRANCES PUNCH, late Water Board, and 30th Batt. A.I.F., to move from T. Moore's Pri vate Chapel, William Street, Hamil ton, TO-MORROW (THURSDAY) AFTERNOON, at 3 o'clock, for the Catholic Cemetery, Sandgate. THOMAS MOORE, 3407 Funeral Director.

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A.I.F. ENTERTAINED MOREE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury — 27 December 1939

A.I.F. ENTERTAINED MOREE, Wednesday. About 70 returned soldiers yester day entertained 20 young , men who joined tho Second A.I.F. and are spending their final leave at Moree. Speakers paid tributes to the spirit of tho new Diggers.

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HALF MILLION For Y.M.C.A. Work LONDON, Dec. 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury — 27 December 1939

HALF MILLION ' For Y.M.C.A. Work ('Mercury' Service) LONDON, Dec. 26. The Y.M.C.A. indicates it vill re- quire £500,000 to meet the capital ;.nd equipment commitments for the six months of the war work in Britain and France. Mr. Oliver McCowen, head of the Y.M.C.A. in France last war, will lead the first group of specialists to France, where they have been given permis sion to carry out extensive activiti ties.

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