Newspaper Cuttings from"The Examiner (Tasmania)"
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Examiner (Launceston, Tas. : 1900-1954) Wednesday 28 March 1934 Edition: DAILY p 7 Article

... FIRST CHOICE Australian When in Tight Corner AUTHOR'S COMMENTS LONDON, March 26 After a year spent in travelling in Australia, Dr. Thomas Wood has written ten "Cobbers," published by the Oxford ford ... reflections. Dr. Wood says that the Australians are prone to easy optimism which hle attributes firstly to ... 144 words

THE TYPICAL AUSTRALIAN

Examiner (Launceston, Tas. : 1900-1954) Monday 3 August 1931 Edition: DAILY p 8 Article

... THE TYPICAL AUSTRALIAN The typical Australian has been found by a visitor, Dr. Thomas Wood, who has spent the last eighteen months studying us through English eyes-and -wide-open oyes.too. Here.ls ,his type, which he describes as "entirely fresh physlcally, peculiar to and character istic of ... 141 words

EXAMINATIONS ROYAL COLLEGE OF MUSIC

Examiner (Launceston, Tas. : 1900-1954) Friday 2 October 1931 Edition: DAILY p 14 Article

... in the af ternoon of Thursday, October 29. The examiner this year will be Dr. Thomas Wood, M.A., D.Mus. (Oxon), HIon. A.R.C.M. Dr.. Wood. who spent his early life at sea, has had a distinguished ... 183 words

PERSONAL

Examiner (Launceston, Tas. : 1900-1954) Monday 27 July 1931 Edition: DAILY p 6 Article

... September. The exam. iners who will visit Australia this year are MIr. Herbert Kinsey, Dr. Thomas Wood, ... Music. Dr. Wood was lecturer adid Irecentor at Exeter College from 1924 to 1928, when he resigned lo ... passengers by the Loongana gana from Melbourne yesterday were Dr. J. A. Gilruth, Major W. Conder, and ... 312 words

To-morrow's Programmes 7NTóLAUNCESTONó423 Metres

Examiner (Launceston, Tas. : 1900-1954) Saturday 9 April 1938 Edition: LATE NEWS EDITION and DAILY p 9 Article

... "Waltzing Matilda." the first of a series of travel talks by Dr. Thomas Wood, author of "Cobbers." ... "International Affairs," by Dr. E. R. Walker. 6.55, National news. 7, Divine Service from St. Aidan's ... Winter in a Snow drift in Arnt.retica," by Dr. R. E. Priest ly. 8.45, Programme by Strella Wilson ... 384 words

CLOTHING PRICES CURB

Examiner (Launceston, Tas. : 1900-1954) Tuesday 21 November 1950 p 4 Article

... morning. Dr. Thomas Wood, composer, author and public spirited musi cian, who was chairman of the Arts ... 408 words

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Examiner (Launceston, Tas. : 1900-1954) Saturday 23 April 1938 Edition: LATE NEWS EDITION and DAILY p 9 Article

... B.B.C. rebroadcast from the Empire station, No. 2 in the series. "Waltzing Matilda," by Dr. Thomas Wood. ... organ. 6.30, "Interna tional Affairs," by Dr. G. L. Wood. 6.50, Music. 6.55, National news bulletin. 7, ... 555 words

Appeal Funds RED CROSS

Examiner (Launceston, Tas. : 1900-1954) Tuesday 9 September 1941 Edition: LATE NEWS EDITION p 4 Article

... Australian Red Cross Society has received from Dr. Thomas Wood the malnuscrpt and corrected proof of "Cob Iers," its hook on Australia. Dr. Wood has presented these to the Australian Red Cross Society for ... 664 words

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Examiner (Launceston, Tas. : 1900-1954) Saturday 30 April 1938 Edition: LATE NEWS EDITION and DAILY p 9 Article

... No. 3 of a series of travel talks, by Dr. Thomas Wood. 5.15. Talk. "Work Done by Parents and Friends ... 8.10, Music. 8.30. "International Af fairs," by Dr. A. C. V. Melbourne. 8.50, Recital by Clement Q. ... 576 words

MANY MEMORIES Appeal of Old Songs Lingers

Examiner (Launceston, Tas. : 1900-1954) Monday 14 October 1935 Edition: DAILY p 9 Article

... MANY Y MEMORIES Appeal of Old Songs Lingers Musicians have recently declared war on the popular song. Dr. Thomas Wood, the noted educationist, told an audience at Oxford that the sentimen tel song was the bane of the musl clan's existence. We can all see the absurdity of the Victorian sentimental ... 481 words

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR ACCENT IS RECOGNISED

Examiner (Launceston, Tas. : 1900-1954) Wednesday 9 September 1953 p 2 Article

... Australian accent with Cockney. An Englishman, Dr. Thomas Wood, wrote that people who say Austra- ... 654 words

[LAUNCESTON, TASMANIA.] The Examiner ESTABLISHED 1842. SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1934. VALUABLE PUBLICITY

Examiner (Launceston, Tas. : 1900-1954) Saturday 26 May 1934 Edition: DAILY p 8 Article

... Dr. Tho mas Wood, in which is given a per sonal record of a journey from Es sex, England, to ... get a drink after six? -Try!)" Tasmania, Dr. Wood found a little Eden. "Hobart, the capital, has the ... and Scottish reviews in the daily press. Assuredly it any of Dr. Woods' readers come to Tas mania ... 563 words

Roundabouts & Swings THE DAY BETWEEN

Examiner (Launceston, Tas. : 1900-1954) Friday 30 March 1934 Edition: DAILY p 10 Article

... Open B Tomb. Dr. Thomas Wood has been saying mixed things about Australians. He would not choose one ... Easy optimism, says Dr. Wood, is a characteristic of Australians. He at tributes this to the ... of Sunshine. Dr. Wood has hit the nail on the head. The Aus tralian will try anything once. His ... 2670 words

FROM A MUSICIAN'S SCRAP BOOK EVERY SATURDAY :: MUSIC IN THE EAST

Examiner (Launceston, Tas. : 1900-1954) Saturday 31 August 1935 Edition: DAILY, Section: SPECIAL SATURDAY SECTION p 2 Article Illustrated

... FROM A MUSICIAN'S SCRAP BOOK ..... .... EVERY SATURDAY :: ROBIN WOOD ...................... MUSIC IN THE WOOD NOT so very long ago Dr. Thomas Wood, the well-known English musician, cian, visited ... again for a quarter-of an-hour there is hope of remembering it even if you haven't a notebook." a Dr. ... 1891 words

COLOURFUL OPENING FOR ANNIVERSARY MILE-AND-A-HALF-LONG PROCESSION NATION'S HISTORY SHOWN IN RICHLY CONCEIVED FLOATS SYDNEY, Wednesday.

Examiner (Launceston, Tas. : 1900-1954) Thursday 27 January 1938 Edition: LATE NEWS EDITION and DAILY p 8 Article

... character .istic qualities. "Dr. Thomas Wood chose the word 'Cobbers' as the title of his book about ... was told by the Rector (Rev. W. Green wood), preaching at a special service at St. John's Church, last night, to com memorate the 150th anniversary of the first landing in Australia. Mr. Green wood, who ... 3731 words