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  2. Brisbane Hails Victory Marchers

    LEFT: Army units march along Queen Street to the accompaniment of cheers from the large crowd that packed the city for Victory Day. ABOVE: A general view at King George Square, with members of the R.A.N. gving the "eyes right" to the Governor-General. RIGHT: ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. CAFES COULD NOT MEET DEMAND

    The few cafes that were open today could not possibly meet the demand for food, with the result that hundreds of parents who had brought their children to town for the big day had to trek back ...

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  5. GALA DAY AT ROCKHAMPTON

    ROCKHAMPTON: Thousands cheered the Victory Day parade through the city today. Gaily decorated floats were a striking feature. ...

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  6. HUGE BOTANICAL GARDENS CROWD

    So dense was the crowd milling outside the Albert Street entrance to the Botanical Gardens after the Victory Parade, it was perhaps fortunate that the lock on the main gate was broken. Two ...

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  7. PERSONAL

    VICE-REGAL ENGAGEMENTS. The Lieutenant Governor (Mr Cooper) attended the Victory Parade this morning. This afternoon ...

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  9. PM Appeals To People For United Peace Effort

    CANBERRA: Declaring that the world had entered upon an uneasy peace, the Prime Minister (Mr Chifley) today appealed to the people of Australia to put forward every effort to see that peace was preserved. ...

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  10. TRUCK CRASH

    GAYNDAH: Jack Davies, a returned soldier dairy farmer of Gayndah, was killed on the Humphrey Road, two miles outside Gayndah, at ...

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