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  6. RAILWAY STRIKE OFF TILL TUESDAY

    THE threatened State-wide railway strike, which was timed to begin at midnight to-morrow, is virtually off After a meeting yesterday lasting nearly four hours the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. MISERY RULE HELD AGAINST POLES

    LONDON, April 12.—Polish authorities are being charged with responsibility for a big human catastrophe ...

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  8. MAINLAND ARMY TO BE REDUCED

    CANBERRA, Friday.—Reduction in the strength of both army island garrisons and army mainland forces was announced by the Prime Minister (Mr. Chifley) to-day. Directions had been issued, he said, to ensure that ...

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  9. Kaiser's Debt Of £32m

    NEW YORK, April 12 (Special).—The Henry J. Kaiser companies owe the Reconstruction Finance ...

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  10. 100 RESUME WORK AT 2 FACTORIES

    THE break-up of the meat strike began in earnest yesterday when nearly 100 Meat Industry Union members manned the Willow-burn and Doboy bacon factories. ...

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  11. Search For Servants

    LONDON, April 12 (Special).— The Labour Minister (Mr. Isaacs) intends to Comb Europe (or domestic servants to ...

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  12. Denies Offer To Doctor

    LONDON, April 12 (A.A.P.).— Miss Irene Boyanton, defendant in the slander action by Dr. Arthur Henry Hennessy, of ...

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  13. JAP TO HANG FOR KILLING INDIAN

    RABAUL, Friday. — Japanese Sergeant Ryosaku Kishi was to-day sentenced to be hanged for the murder of an Indian soldier ...

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  14. COLLABORATOR SHOT

    BRUSSELS, April 12 (A.A.P.).— Dr. August Borms, who collaborated with the Germans in two world wars by attempting to divide ...

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  16. VICTORY SYMBOLS ON MEDAL PUZZLE

    MOST of the 1,150,000 children who will get the Victory Medal, struck to celebrate success in the 1939-45 war, will be puzzled to know what it's all about. A Brisbane artist, two school ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  17. Woolworth Heiress May Marry Austin.

    NEW YORK, April 12 (Special).—The fabulous Woolworth heiress, Barbara Hutton, is reported to be flying to Paris to join the Australian "playboy," Freddie McEvoy. Relatives are trying to do ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  18. REVOLT IN PERSIA FAILS

    TEHERAN, April 12 (A.A.P.).— Persian troops are slated to have taken over the Mazanderan towns of Sari, Shahi, and Rabul ...

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  19. MAROONED BY NEW AIR ROUTE

    COLOMBO, April 12 (A.A.P.).— About 30 Australia-bound passengers who obtained priorities and arrived at Colombo before Qantas ...

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  20. JAPANESE APPEAL ON DARWIN SENTENCES

    DARWIN, Friday. — A petition against the finding and sentence of the Darwin War Crimes Court on behalf of Lieut-Colonel Yujiro ...

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  21. EARTH SWALLOWED TRAIN & DRIVER

    LONDON, April 12 (Special).—The facts have been revealed for the first time about an incident at Wigan on April 30, 1945, when the earth opened up and swallowed a freight train, including the engine driver, who was never seen again. The story of the disappearance ...

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  22. Sent Dining Suite By Mail

    LONDON, April 12 (Special).—Twenty-five parcels delivered by post over two months at a house in Fulham, London, have contained a complete dining room suite. The suite was sent from Italy in ...

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