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QUEENSLANDER'S LUCK [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 9 November 1941
QUEENSLANDER'S LUCK Cairns, Thursday'.-George Ellis, an enmployee of Hambledon Sugar, Mill, near Cairns, won £12,ooo in -a southecin,. State .draw on the Mel bourne.'Cup, f.-IEe wvas notified after. the race w'as rtin that he had drawn Skipton. : Ellis .is a middle-aged widower with ,one son, andl haS lived in the Far North for many years.
NOONAMAH CONCERT PARTY [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 9 November 1941
NOONAMAII CONCERT PARTY will present a programme at WINNELLIE ............... SUNDAY NIGHT. VESTEY'S . .. TUESDAY , NIGHT BAGOT .2.. .... WEDNESDAY NIGHT LOST.-Tuesday afternon between Bar racks and Capricornia Cafe, Darwin, Black Wallet containing bank book, papers and money.. £5 reward if re turned to owner, Cpl. A. Harding, B.Q. Office, Larrakeyah.
CAMP NOTICES CHURCH PARADES, SUNDAY CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 9 November 1941
CAMP NOTICES -o CHURCH PARADES, SUNDAY CHURCH OF ENGLAND EMERY POINT ............ ................ 0100 hours Padre Leslie PRESBYTERIAN AND METHODIST PARAP' ......................... ....... 0900 hours Padre Goy. WINNELLIE I.... ......»... 0900 hours (Y,MC.A,' Marquee) Padrc~ Toft NAVY H.Q.................... 0100 hours Padre Toft MONDAY-LARRAKEYAHK "SONS OF THE LEGION" With Len Overman and Evelyn Keys also "VIVA CISTO KID" Featuring .Jean Rogers and Ceasar Romero ~-0n
ARMY EDUCATION SERVICE Programme for SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 9 [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 9 November 1941
ARMY EDUCATION SERVICE o Programme for SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 9 Larrakeyah .............. Lecture, Major Plant 'THE MENACE OF JAPAN" Noonamah ........................Mr, Hansen LECTURE ILLUSTRATED WITH 16m.m. FILMS T he Oval .............................. ... .............. ...... Q uiz" MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10 .V estey's ......... .... ................. ........ M ajor .Plant "WORLD WAR No. 2" Winnellie ................... ..... Major Lee "ENGINEERING"' Parap . .. ....:...».....:... ......... Major Seaton "'THE NORTH WEST AND THE KIMBERLEYS." (Illustrated) TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11 Noonamah ...............: ...............'.. .Major Plant "THE RISE OF HITLER" Larrakeyah ..... Advanced English Class. Larrakeyali ........................... ...... Rural Club WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12 Larrakeyah ........ Public Speaking Class McMillans ...........Major Plant "THE MENACE OF JAPAN"
ACKNOWLEDGMENT [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 9 November 1941
ACKNOWLEDGM'ENT On behalf of Army News readers we express our thanks to the following for their excel lent co-operation and service in supplying material and granting 'permission to publish various news items, pictures and features in Army News: The Australian Associated Press, for Australian and over seas news. Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph, Sydney, for news pictures, joke cartoons, other illustrations and the Sunday color comic. ' The Herald, Melbourne, for "Gunn's Gully"' and pictures. _.: • The Sun News-Pictorial, Mel- . bourne, for' "Bluey and, Curley.", :; The Argus,. Melbourne,: for ."Private Lives." Daily Mirror, Sydney, for photos and short story illustra tins., The Sun, Sydney,. for news pictures. The Courier Mail and The.. Telegraph. Brisbane, for photo graphic .illustrations. -The Advertiser and The News, Adelaide, for last-minute news and pictures. The Department of Informa "tion, for news, pictures, general items and casualty lists. The Yaffa Syndicate, Sydney, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 9 November 1941
=THEY LAU HED WHEN I SAT DOWN TO PLAY! No wonder, the poor boob, with that, mantle of dandruff cover ing his shoulders. Someone ought to give him the tip to use Listerine Antiseptic to kill the dandruff germ, cleanse and stimulate the scalp and d'ssolve away the unsightly and - un healihy scales. Yesl In . three sizes, 1/6, 3/-, and 5/9. LISTERI NEi THE SAFE ANTISEPTIC
COURT SIDELIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 9 November 1941
SCOURT SIDELIGHTS.I Woman; Witness: He came int o my.shop and started:abtsing :me He:.. said 1 wasn't no lady; . ,, Police Prosecutor: What- did :you :-".-. do? ::Witness i: 1 .,sloshed i;: over th'e:.:-.i head with a bottle .: . , &lt; r -0 Police 'Prosecutorh L.object ;to her question; i;t's` a. veiled.threat, ;:;_ .:-: .. Mr. W. F. Sheahan: -No it's a racehorse,..` -0-es ( a t 'a.:Wfitness t(iri .C nt'ral Court) Itoi is ;: ierya ladifficnlf ial assess , a woman si ;.: Magistrate nd dandgerous, taoo`.z4 ;
TOBACCO WARNING Supplies Not To Be Held Back [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 9 November 1941
TOBACCO WARNING Supplies Not To Be Held Back The Customs Minister (Sena tor Keane), warned Sydney tobacco wholesalers, from Can berra last week, that they were not-to withold supplies. National Security Regulations emn powered the Government .to confis cate stocks, he said. Senator Keane stated that an alleged threat by Sydney wholesalers to- keep back supplii had not yet been brought to his notice officially, but he would deal, ?,with it when it •was. Thei whole tobacco problem vwiF being reviewed by the Prices Com missioner (Professor. Copland). Asked to comment on a charge, in the House of Representatives by Mr. Rosevear (Labor, N.S.W.), that a "tobacco ramp" had been put over Professor Copland, Sen. Keane said: "Professor Copland and I. are con ferring almost hourly, and any diffi culties arising from public feeling that price rising is not equitable will be'ironed out when he and I go into the. matter."'
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 9 November 1941
THROWING THEMSELVES on the ground in front of their camouflaged' truck, soldiers of Darl Force tried to avoid the bomb-blast from the Ocean Force plane which passed overhead. These Victorian battle exercises were claimed to be the biggest yet" carrjed out in Australia. The main battle -'raged" between an .invading force and a force defending. Melbourne and Geelong. Airforce Squadrons were used in co-operation with' both sides. Guerilla warfare was practised and all forces were fully mechanised. Lieut.-Gen. Smart directed the exercises.
INTERSTATE NEWS IN BRIEF EMBEZZLER [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 9 November 1941
INTERSTATE NEWS IN BRIEF EMBEZZLER Nyngan, . Thursday. -- Reginald Leslie Ryan, 45, returned soldier and forlmer secretary of Cohar I)istrict I-lospital, pleaded guilty at the Nynt gan Quarter Sessions yesterday to enlhezzling £114/8/6. Iudtge Shortland ordered Ryan to enter into a bond to Ie of good be Iha\viur for five years. Ryan was also ordered to repay the money eml Ihezzled at L£ a week.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 9 November 1941
'a . .. Andrews cleans and re Cie ' ý" ýFIRST .. Andrews cleans and re freshes the mouth and tongue. NEXT .. . Andrews settles the stom ach and corrects acidity, the chief cause of indigestion. ?!EN . . . Andrews tones up the liver and checks biliousness. SFINALLY... .To complete your Inner Cleanliness. Andrews gently clears the bowels. It sweeps away trouble making poisons, and thoroughly corrects Constipation. Handy Size 1/9, Double Sire 2/10-Buy the larger she lor, economy. I . It A, L I FOOD for "E-MEN" !1 Chock-full of Energy - Vitamin B B1 When you feel tired, listless, 'agied out, here's a short cut.for building iup that etra energy you necedl. Get yourself a jar of Eta Peanut Butter from' your canteen. Treat yourself to ? a few "spreads" of this delicious nut food o0i bread or with crackers. Eta Pcatnut Butter isa k' rich, natural source of ,its PIrfect Vitamin "BI." It's Aits- -soniches tralia's favorite spreadl andSu ETA PEAN U . BUTTER % PEANUT BUTTER T '. Product of Nut ...
Digger Hats No Longer Exclusive [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 9 November 1941
Digger Hats" No Longer Exclusive The A.I.F; has lost "the exclusive righlt to: tthe Australianl slouch hat as a result. of a general. rotiine ord'er, issued throughout Malaya,. stating.. that felt h'ats may .be worn by -all troops, excejpt. certain units of the Indian-i .Army.,- Tlie British .and Malayan `troops thWere, are i already w\earing the headgear \hich lias,.been tlhe ' A.I.F.'s identification' mark for decades. T':he A.I.F. resent the order, although ,it is felt that the 'slouch. hat is. more sensible than the 'British topee. R.S.L. PRESIDENT'S COMMENT Xlr. G. .: 'iHollancl, president Rce turned Soldiers. ,League of Victoria, said the fact *that noon-Australian troops were now wearing :the slouch, hat did not mean that the A.I.F, had' lost its traditional identificatio ni mark. It was riot the hat 'itself but the way' it wa; worn which made it peculiar to Ausiralians.". Otlier troops .had worn the hat in various' ways at some time. It would be unreason able, in fact imposs...
MYSTERY U.S. PLANE CRASH Eleven Killed. [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 9 November 1941
MYSTERY- U.S. PLANE CRASH .Eleven Killed Mystery surrounds the loss of an- American naval bomber in the Atlantic Ocean last week. Tihe U.S. Navy Department an-. nouricedl that tlhe mbeinler, wich had crashed in the Atlantic,. the crew of 1I officers ' and mend -being killed. America is ,seething .vitl.h rumor, some :quarters suggesting that .the bombler was attaciked by an enemy plane or: ship. ,, - The 'generial ophinion, howiever, is that:. ,the plane encouinteied . bidl \eather.iind cngine froUbl.
CARDBOARD SHOES [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 9 November 1941
CARDBOARD - SHOES A report from S? lncy states that shoes with paper soles and a ve'cry thin covering of- leather are now being sold there. The leather cover ing is only about 1-32nd of an inch thick.. The matter was hrought up in State Parliament, and it is thought that an amendment of the la\v to -provide that goods are branded, is under consideratiq~n.
Ban On Oil For Timor [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 9 November 1941
Ban Oni Oil For Timoor Batavia (AA.P).-Yesterday' s ex tiension of the exiport .licenie system to Netherlands Eaist fundies oil. ipro ducts fo'r Timor was .iimnedi'aely followed by an absolute. bn o:bn tlie export to Tinior of all oil over"63 octane, .which all modern planes i?se. Tl'here is no qlestion of Japani obtjiiti ing aviation oily anywhere else. Therefore, she will now bc f-rceilcTbo transport her own fuel to Tinimor.
Soviet Tribute to British Effort [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 9 November 1941
Soviet Tribute to British Effort A. trilute: to the .part : Britain, is playing in- the war against ?1Hiter was aiid L by M. Vict6rtev, Soviet .author, in' a rcednt Moscow. radio talk... "Our country, is. bearing the .brunt of Hitler's main onslaught at the moment, but the British, are doing their share," Victorev said. "The signing of the Anglo Russian military alliance was a political defeat for -Hitler, who' thus failed to. avoid war on two, or even more, fronts. "At present there is a lull on the Western front. The German Coin mand is not capable of carrying on active war in the West. "German planes rarely appear over Britain, while Germany is inicapiable of resisting. the activities of: -tlie B3ritish Air Force over Germany;.:':, " ndecd, this proves tlit': Hitlei cannot wage war on. two fronts.'',? "But the lull, in the West does not meanh that the British people are not preparing. to fight, They are, asseninb ling all their forces, and strcngthen ing their defences. "The Brit...
SOCIAL CLUB DANCE [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 9 November 1941
SOCIAL CLUB DANCE To lthe rhythmic 'strains of a real Army Dance Iaund, a goodly crowd of folk clanced in the Sergeants' Mess, Larrakeyah, on -Wednesday night at a function arranged- by the A.A. -Ordnance Social Club. Its purpose was to raise funds to pro vide Christmas' cheer for the kiddits of servicemen in DIarwin. The bantl; ledi by Corporal H11alvyer, played good time and won gencral. applause for numbers .thatt Werde so pl)opulr that it w\va hard Ait, times to get the (lancers to resume their. seats. 01pcn to personnel of the.'AA.O.C:, the membership includes the follow ing officers: Major Stone, Major lce, Captain McCoy and Lietut Stieddoti. Sgt.-Major Loxton is president; Sgt. Major Thomas, Secretary; and Sgt. Ray -.latholls, Treasurer.