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  2. BRIDESHIP MARIPOSA SAILS DESPITE WHARF STRIKE

    TOP LEFT: Australian brides of American Servicemen having their tickets checked by the purser of the Matson liner Mariposa late yesterday afternoon. LOWER LEFT: Because of the wharf strike, passengers' luggage was loaded by members of the crew, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  3. TRAMS LIKELY 0N JULY 21

    A modified tram service will almost certainly be provided on Sunday week. Tramway union representatives, it is believed, have indicated that if trams are ...

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  4. BEVIN'S' WARNING TO COUNCIL

    PARIS, July 11.—The British Foreign Secretary, Mr. Bevin, grave a blunt warning to the Foreign Ministers' Council yesterday that unless the four occupying ...

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  5. POLIGE STILL IN HOSPITAL

    LONDON, July 11 (A.A.P.).— The Commissioner of Police at Gibraltar, Captain D. S. Gowing, said to-day that five or six of the ...

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  6. CITY COUNCIL HOTELS

    The Trades and Labour Council last night decided unanimously to oppose the proposed sale by the City Council of 10 hotels. ...

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  7. Protest Against Soviet Property Demands

    LONDON, July 11 (A.A.P.).— Britain has protested to Russia against her demand that Austria should hand over German assets in the Russian zone. The Russians are claiming ...

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  8. FOOD POSITION BRIGHTER

    LONDON, July 11 (A.A.P.).— Mass starvation had not materialised in Europe because most nations took quick and ...

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  9. Union Leader's Warning On Waterfront Chaos

    The president of the Sydney branch of the Waterside Workers' Federation, Mr. T. Nelson, said last night that there would be chaos on the Sydney ...

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  10. BRITAIN CUTTING GERMAN COSTS

    LONDON, July 11 (A.A.P.).— The staff of the British Control Commission in Germany is to be reduced by 25 per cent, to save ...

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  11. WELL BEHAVED AT MALTA

    MALTA, July 11.—The Australian Victory Contingent, which was given shore leave at Malta, has been well behaved. ...

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  12. Changes Planned In British Army

    LONDON, July 11.—New plans to make the British Army the "most democratic in the world" are at present being ...

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  13. Montgomery May Visit Australia In 1947

    LONDON, July 11 (A.A.P.).— During a ceremony at Australia House last night, when he received a flag as a gift from New South ...

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  14. INVITATION TO PEACE CONFERENCE

    CANBERRA, Thursday.—The French Minister to Australia, M Pierre Auge, to-day handed to the Acting Minister for External Affairs, Mr. ...

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  15. BRITAIN HOPES TO LIFT AIR SPEED

    LONDON, July 11 (A.A.P.).— Britain will attempt to raise her own world's air-speed record of 606 miles an hour. ...

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  16. THUGS ATTACK AGAIN

    Two thugs who were in the company of a young blonde woman robbed Leslie Abbott, aged 43, of London Street, Enmore, early this ...

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  17. SUMMARY OF TO-DAY'S NEWS

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  18. MURDER SUSPECT HELD

    LONDON, July 11 (A.A.P.).— Police have arrested a man with whom Doreen Marshall, 21-year-old former Wren, whose mutilated ...

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  19. PHOSPHATE FOR JAPAN

    TOKYO, July 11 (A.A.P.).—For the first time the Japanese are being permitted by the Allies to resume their exploitation of mandated islands. ...

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  20. Douglas Fairbanks's Widow Sues Titled Husband

    LONDON, July 11 (A.A.P.).— Lady Stanley of Alderley, widow of Douglas Fairbanks, this morning won a Court case she had ...

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  21. 140 MILLION IN UNITED STATES

    WASHINGTON, July 11 (A.A.P.). —The United States Census Bureau estimates the United States' population at l40,386,509 on January 1. ...

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  22. BUTTON SALES TO AID FUND

    Food toi Britain buttons, priced from 6d to £10, make it possible for every resident in New South Wales to help make the Food for ...

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  23. DALADIER RETAINS ASSEMBLY SEAT

    PARIS, July 11 (A.A.P.).—The legislative committee of the Constituent Assembly has refused the Communists' demand for the invalidation ...

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