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    AUSTRALIAN BRIDES LEAVE ENGLAND.--An Air Mail picture received yesterday shows wives of Australian and New Zealand servicemen waving farewell from the deck of the Highland Princess as they left Tilbury to join their husbands. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. NEWS OF THE DAY

    Little information concerning the magnificent work of Legacy on behalf of the children of soldiers Killed in action is ...

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  5. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

    Dr. Zwar's vigorous letter (193) upon the urgent need to make more hospital beds available is in effect a demand for ...

    Article : 777 words
  6. ABOUT PEOPLE

    Princess Elizabeth launched Britain's latest and most powerful aircraft carrier, H.M.S. Eagle, at Belfast. Crowds ...

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  7. NEED FOR PEACE IN INDUSTRY CONFERENCE

    ONE effect of the pre Christmas strikes was to delay the Peace in Industry Conference proposed more ...

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  8. DUTCH IN INDONESIA

    Mr. John J. O'Regan (163) seeks elucidation of my use of "we" in my statement that the Dutch have as much right to ...

    Article : 911 words
  9. WHERE BRITISH AND SOVIET IDEAS CONFLICT

    Everybody in this country has been heartened by the news that there is to be a meeting of the Prime Ministers of the Commonwealth in London in the early English summer. This meeting has wide significance not only for the British peoples, but for the world. ...

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  10. University Colleges in the Country

    ALTHOUGH many of the 6000 students at the University have a sense of discomfort, those in earnest ...

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  11. LORD MAYOR "APPALLED"

    Although the Cottage Loaf appeal for the Food for Britain Fund will be held in Melbourne on Friday, and for eight weeks ...

    Article : 386 words
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  13. HOSPITALS TO RAISE FEES

    Several hospitals are finding it necessary to raise their fees. This statement Was made by the secretary of Mercy Hospital ...

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  14. EX-SERVICEMEN WANT BRIDES

    A cable to the King appealing to him to assist in obtaining passages for "bush brides" will be sent immediately by the ...

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    TIMBER TALKS: Housing demands and the use of lesser-known Australian timbers were some of the subjects discussed at the Eastern Stales Timber Industry Stabilisation Conference yesterday. Top: Mr. A. V. Galbraith (chairman of the Victorian Forestry Commission), Mr. E. H. F. Swain ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  17. NO MORE DUTCH REFUGEES

    Owing to lack of foreign currency the Netherlands Indies Government has decided to cease evacuation from the Netherlands ...

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  18. Infantile Paralysis

    Infantile paralysis oases for the year increased to 177 yesterday with the reporting of five new cases. Warragal reported two and ...

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