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  4. TRAM MEN LIKELY TO MEET ON SUNDAY

    New terms to end the tram strike, already accepted by the Tramways Board, will probably be considered by a mass meeting of tram men at the Stadium on Sunday. ...

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  5. Congestion on Melbourne Wharves

    CONGESTION on Melbourne wharves which prompted the Minister for Shipping (Senator McLeay) to suggest that warehouses should remain open longer each day to receive goods, is indicated in this picture of North Wharf, taken yesterday. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. APPEAL TO LABOR ON CHILD BILL

    CANBERRA, Thursday.--The Senate tonight passed the second reading of the bill to pay 5- a week endowment to first children. In committee the debate was adjourned before contentious clauses were reached on which Labor proposes to move ...

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  7. New Fear of Train Stoppage

    Threats of rail stoppages flared up again last night, and many rail men expect early ...

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  8. DIOR GOWNS FOR LONDON

    LONDON, April 20.--The Paris dress designer Christian Dior has paid £27,000 to the British customs as ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. C.P. Attack on Hollway Ministry

    "State business has been allowed to drift in a most chaotic manner, with no one in control. Responsible government has ceased to exist." ...

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  10. House Rejects Censure Move

    CANBERRA, Thursday. -- The Opposition motion seeking to censure the Speaker of the House of Representatives (Mr. Cameron) was defeated by a division ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  11. U.S. Decorates Airmen Lost Over Baltic

    WASHINGTON, April 20.--By a vote of 66 to 0, the United States Senate passed a ...

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  14. Mr. Mclean May

    The Indian Prime Minister (Mr. Nehru) is expected to visit Indonesia in June in response to a long-standing ...

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  15. Australian Offer on Malaya Interests U.K.

    LONDON, April 20 (A.A.P.).--The Secretary for Commonwealth Relations (Mr. Gordon-Walker) said in the House of Commons today the Government had noticed with the greatest interest press reports of a statement made by the Prime ...

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  16. London Dock Strike Spreads

    The London dock strike spread today when hundreds more joined the 2000 dockers striking in a dispute with ...

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  17. M.P. Suspended for Disobedience

    CANBERRA, Thursday.--Mr. W. F. Edmonds (Lab., Qld.) was suspended from the House of Representatives tonight for 24 hours. ...

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  18. Churches Appalled by Atomic Bomb

    LONDON, April 20 (A.A.P.). -- The British Council of Churches today called on the Government to take the initiative in promoting new discussions to deal with ...

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  20. King and Queen Visit Stratford

    Stratford-on-Avon received its first visit from a reigning monarch in the 386 years since Shakespeare's birth when the ...

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  21. Defendant Makes Big "Hit" in Court

    At Lusaka (Northern Rhodesia) a magistrate asked a prisoner through an interpreter to show him exactly ...

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