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  2. RESCUED DUTCH AIRMEN REACH SYDNEY

    Two members of the crew and two passengers of the Dutch Dakota aircraft which crashed near Katherine, Northern Territory, arrived in Sydney yesterday afternoon. These pictures show two of the four men who made the trek for nearly 100 miles along the Katherine River before the party was rescued. LEFT: Flight-mechanic B. Barnaart being greeted at Mascot by his wife and children. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  3. Ex-miners And Dons For British Pits

    LONDON, April 3.—Britain now has 14,000 more coalminers than she had on January 1, nearly half of the ...

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  4. GERMAN MINERS ON STRIKE

    LONDON, April 3 (A.A.P.).—Nearly all the 350,000 coalminers of the Ruhr were on strike to-day in protest at short German food rations. The strike is nominally of 24 hours, but it is likely that ...

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  5. CARGO LAG REMAINS Easter Work

    Sydney watersiders during part of the Easter holidays are to work some of the many cargoes awaiting labour in the ...

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  6. Census Query On Religion To Be Optional

    CANBERRA, Thursday.— Only one of the 13 personal questions to be asked in the census this year is not ...

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  7. NEXT GERMAN GOVERNMENT

    LONDON, April 3 (A.A.P.).— At a meeting in Moscow yesterday of the Big Four Foreign Ministers, the French Foreign Minister, ...

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  8. £100 MILLION CHEQUE

    Australia's wool cheque for 1946-47 will represent £100 millions, according to an estimate made last night by Dr. Edgar H. ...

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  9. DUTCH FLYERS ARRIVE

    Four of the seven Dutch flyers whose plane crashed in Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, last week, arrived by ...

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  10. UNO DECISION ON ISLANDS

    NEW YORK, April 3 (A.A.P.). —The Security Council last night unanimously approved the American request for strategic trusteeship ...

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  11. Labour Wastage Claimed

    It was very doubtful whether much of the labour claimed to be short on the Sydney waterfront could have been used if it had been ...

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  12. Corvettes Bought For China Trade

    The representative of a Chinese shipping firm arrived in Sydney by air yesterday to accept delivery of two Australian-built corvettes. ...

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  13. Seventeen Cats Pine To Death For Their Master

    LONDON, April 3.—Parted from their owner by a magistrate's order because they annoyed neighbours, 17 cats all pined to death ...

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  14. ASIAN TALKS ENDED

    NEW DELHI, April 3 (A.A.P.). —Mahatma Gandhi, winding up the Asian conference yesterday, said, "The East must conquer the ...

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  15. EXPLOSION IN LABORATORY

    While carrying out secret experiments yesterday morning a chemist, Edward Murphy, 40, of Bardwell Park, was trapped in his ...

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  16. Retention Of Russian Wives

    LONDON, April 3 (A.A.P.).— The Minister of State, Mr. McNeil, said in the House of Commons to-day that Mr. Bevin took the gravest ...

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  17. NAVAL STRIKERS DISCHARGED

    AUCKLAND, Thursday.— Nearly 200 striking naval ratings, given the choice of resuming duty by 10 o'clock or being discharged, ...

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  18. ENVOY LEAVING GREECE

    LONDON, April 3 (A.A.P.).— The Soviet Ambassador to Greece, Rear-Admiral Rodianov, will leave Greece to-morrow with most of the ...

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  19. RAINFALLS MAR EASTER EVE

    Heavy rains fell in some parts of the State, including Sydney, yesterday and last evening, and two centres have cancelled Easter ...

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  20. FIRE IN FLAT BURNS FURNITURE

    Firemen broke down a door last night to reach a fire in Mrs. Keith Watt's flat, Chatsbury Flats, Ithaca Road, Elizabeth Bay. ...

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  21. Fireworks Blast Kills 10 Workers

    NEW YORK, April 3 (A.A.P.). —An explosion yesterday at a factory making fireworks and toy helicopters at Clinton, Missouri, ...

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  22. GOOD FRIDAY SERVICES

    The following church services to-day are announced in addition to those published yesterday.— St. Michael's, Flinders Street: 8 a.m., ...

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  23. "HUGE PROFITS" ON NEWSPRINT

    MONTREAL, April 3 (A.A.P.). —Canadian newsprint manufacturers are making "huge profits, wholly disproportionate to any ...

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  25. REHABILITATION IN CANADA

    NEW YORK, April 3 (A.A.P.).— The Canadian Information Service has announced that only veterans of the Allied forces who were domiciled ...

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  26. TRAIN ATTACKED BY TRIBESMEN

    NEW DELHI, April 3 (A.A.P.).— A North-west Frontier Province Government communique issued at Peshawar says that six people were killed ...

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  27. COFFIN SHORTAGE AGGRAVATED

    Shortage in the supply of coffins to undertakers is being intensified by a strike of 10 coffin-makers at Petersham. ...

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  28. MANPOWER SHORT IN CABINET

    LONDON, April 3 (A.A.P.).— Man-power shortage in the Cabinet is one of the greatest problems of the Prime Minister, Mr. Attlee, ...

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  29. CHINA AND PORTUGAL

    NANKING, April 3 (A.A.P.).— Portugal and China signed an agreement yesterday ending Portuguese extra-territorial rights in China. The ...

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  30. Civic Reception For Mr. McKell

    The City Council will hold a civic reception for the Governor-General and Mrs. McKell on April 14, and will also tender a ...

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  31. AUSCHWITZ CAMP LEADER TO DIE

    WARSAW, April 3 (A.A.P.).— The Supreme Polish National Tribunal has sentenced to death Rudolf Hoess, former commander ...

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  32. Australian Says UNO Dead As Peace Body

    NEW YORK, April 3 (A.A.P.). —Mr. Ronald W. G. Mackay, Australian-born Labour member of the House of Commons, told, a Press ...

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  33. THREE HURT IN CAR ACCIDENT

    Three people were injured last night when they were knocked down by a car in Parramatta Road, Auburn. They are:—Mrs. Ethel Behn, 43, and ...

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  34. TIMBER IMPALES AGED MELBOURNE WOMAN

    MELBOURNE, Thursday.—An elderly woman was impaled by a piece of timber while boarding a tram at Caulfield this afternoon. ...

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  35. FRENCH OFFICERS KILLED

    PARIS, April 3 (A.A.P.).—Two French officers on an inspection tour of the fighting zone in north-east Indo-China were killed yesterday in ...

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  36. BRITISH CLOTHING RATION

    LONDON, April 3 (A.A.P.).—The President of the Board of Trade, Sir Stafford Cripps, told the House of Commons to-day that the present issue ...

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  37. LUNCHEON TO MR. McGIRR

    A luncheon was given by the Legion of Ex-Service Men and Women yesterday in honour of the Premier, Mr. McGirr. ...

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