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    Trams and tramway buses are running again in Melbourne today--for the first time since February 23. By a five to one vote tramwaymen decided ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. Hundreds More Join London Dock Strikers

    Hundreds more dockers yesterday joined the strike in the Port of London over the ...

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  6. Fresh Trial on Beach Death

    John Bryan Kerr has been remanded for retrial in connection with the death of Elizabeth Maureen Williams. ...

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    Fine, cool weather is expected to prevail over Victoria for the Anzac day march in Melbourne tomorrow. Long-range forecast for Anzac day is that conditions will ...

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  8. Communists Take Hainan Is. Capital

    HONG KONG, April 23 (A.A.P. Reuter).--Chinese Communist forces entered Hoihow, the capital of Hainan island early today unopposed. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. R.A.F. Pounds Terrorists in Three–day Strike

    Royal Air Force bombers and fighters last week carried out the biggest air operation since the terrorist emergency began ...

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  10. Youths Rescued from Capsized Yacht in Bay

    Two youths clinging to their capsized yacht half a mile from the shore were rescued by ...

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    The South African Press Association will, provide the sole news service for the South African Broadcasting ...

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  13. New Shipping Service to U.S.

    The Australian ship Lakemba established a new passenger service between Australia and North America when she ...

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  14. America Developing New Atomic Weapons

    WASHINGTON, April 23 (A.A.P.).-- The Secretary for Defence (Mr. Johnson) said last night that American scientists were developing new and more powerful ...

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  15. Leopold May Return for Eighteen Days

    Belgium's Premier-designate (M. Paul Van Zeeland) yesterday handed a letter to the Socialist leader, M. Paul Henri ...

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  16. Allies Would Resist March on W. Berlin

    WASHINGTON April 23 (A.A.P).-- High Government sources reported last night that the Allies were ready to use machine–guns if necessary to prevent young ...

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  18. Strong Trieste Reply Likely

    Britain is expected to send a strongly–worded reply to Russia's demand for the withdrawal of Allied troops from ...

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  20. Russia Holds Jap. Prisoners

    The Soviet news agency Tass announced Russia had completed repatriation of Japanese war prisoners, but added that ...

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    MESOPOTAMIAN MEMORIES WERE REFRESHED at Spencer–street station yesterday when a party of New Zealanders arrived for the Anzac day reunion of the Mesopotamian Units Association. From left are: R. Gillett (Tas.), J. Watson–Cummings (N.Z.), R. Gardiner (Tas.). R. Kydd (Vic.) and C. Smith ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  22. Orders to Close Czech Consulate

    WASHINGTON, April 23. The U.S. has ordered Czechoslovakia to close its consulate general in Chicago ...

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  23. Working for Pacific Pact

    Mr. J. D. Hood, Australia's first Ambassador to Indonesia, said that Australia was working toward a Pacific Pact. ...

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