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  2. W.A. SERVICES.

    In the absence of a combined service of thanksgiving in Perth or an appropriate State observance of V-E Day, large crowds thronged the ...

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  3. "OUR HEARTS REJOICE"

    CANBERRA, May 9.—"Last night we all heard from the Acting Prime Minister the most momentous and wonderful news of victory in Europe," said the Governor- General (the Duke of Gloucester) in a national broadcast ...

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  4. VICTORY MESSAGES.

    CANBERRA, May 9.—The Governor-General (the Duke of Gloucester) has sent the following message to His Majesty the King: ...

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  5. POPE'S BROADCAST.

    LONDON, May 9.—The Pope broadcasting from his private library today said: "At last the war has ended after nearly six years of ...

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  6. KING TO HIS ALLIES.

    LONDON, May 9.—The King in a message to President Truman referred to "the comradeship in arms of unsurpassable strength" which . ...

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  7. AMERICA'S THANKS.

    WASHINGTON, May 9.—In a message to the British Prime Minister (Mr Winston Churchill) President Truman said that he wanted ...

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  8. ORIGINAL QUISLING.

    LONDON, May 9.—The Norwegian Newsagency states that the Norwegian puppet leader, Major Quisling, and several members of his ...

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  9. PEACE NEGOTIATIONS.

    LONDON, May 9.—It was revealed at Anglo-American Supreme HQ today that Himmler had nothing whatever to do with the ...

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  10. NO LONGER FORMAL.

    LONDON, May 9.—"On Monday Field Marshal Montgomery sprang the news that the war had finished on ...

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  11. HIMMLER'S CRIMES.

    LONDON, May 9.—The Russian newspaper "Pravda" declares that Himmler was directly responsible for crimes perpetrated in the ...

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  12. THANKS TO GOD.

    A thanksgiving service at the Windsor Theatre. Nedlands. at 11 am yesterday was crowded. Three local ministers co-operated—the Rev E.G. ...

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  13. OTHER COUNTRIES.

    CANBERRA, May 9.—The Acting Prime Minister (Mr Chifley) has sent messages to the following: Prime Minister of Canada: "After ...

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  14. THANKSGIVING.

    CANBERRA, May 9.—For the national service of thanksgiving at Canberra thousands of persons formed a huge symbolic cross as they ...

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  15. NEWS RELEASE.

    NEW YORK, May 9.—The Associated Press states that General Eisenhower in a message to the executive director of Associated ...

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  16. "WAR AGAINST WAR"

    SAN FRANCISCO, May 9.—The Prime Minister of Canada (Mr Mackenzie King) in a broadcast expressed Canada's gratitude for ...

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  17. ORDER IN BERLIN.

    LONDON, May 9.—"Under iron Red Army discipline order has been restored in Berlin," says Reuters Moscow correspondent. "The ...

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  18. PRESBYTERIAN LUNCHEON.

    Yesterday a luncheon was held in the Assembly Hall during the annual Prebyterian Conference, at which the Rt Rev J. G. Thrum, the new Moderator of the Prebyterian Church in this State, presided. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  19. CONSOLIDATE VICTORY.

    SAN FRANCISCO, May 9.—In a hastily arranged broadcast yesterday the Russian Commisar for Foreign Affairs (M Molotov) said that the ...

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  20. KING'S RECEPTION.

    LONDON, May 9.—One of the most notable incidents in London' yesterday was the King's reception of Mr Churchill and members of the ...

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  21. OTHER CAPITALS.

    SYDNEY, May 9.—V-E Day was celebrated quietly in Sydney. About 13,000 attended the citizens' service of thanksgiving in the Domain. ...

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  22. VICTORY RIOTS.

    HALIFAX (NS), May 8.—Halifax has probably the biggest victory 'hangover" of any part of Canada. Yesterday the major part of ...

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  23. GERMANY'S FLEET.

    LONDON, May 9.—"U-boats Will return to their bases or show the white flag of surrender," said the naval correspondent of the Press ...

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  24. "EAGLES' NEST."

    LONDON, May 9.—Hitler's mountain home still contains price- less art and literary treasures looted from European nations, says "The ...

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  25. TERRITORIAL CLAIMS.

    SAN FRANCISCO, May 9.—As the result of the German surrender some European delegations have announced territorial claims against the ...

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  26. CITIZENS' RALLY.

    A crowd of about 3,000 people on the Perth Esplanade yesterday endorsed with applause a V-E Day resolution for redoubled effort to win ...

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  27. FALLEN HEROES.

    In St Mary's Cathedral yesterday during his address at the V-E Day thanksgiving service the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Perth (Dr ...

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  28. THE GOLDFIELDS.

    KALGOORLIE, May 9.—There was an almost complete absence of V-E Day celebrations on the goldfields today. Kalgoorlie in ...

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  29. STATE ARRANGEMENTS.

    Organised by the Lord Mayor (Dr Meagher), a combined citizens' service of thanksgiving for the Allied victory in Europe will be held on ...

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  30. CENSORSHIP DELAY

    LONDON, May 9.—What is described as the scandal of the suppression of the victory news is the main topic of conversation in the ...

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  31. JUBILANT DANES.

    LONDON, May 9.—The Associated Press correspondent at Copenhagen says that King Christian formally opened the Danish Parliament for ...

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  32. NAZI PRISONERS.

    NEW YORK, May 9.—The Associated Press says that German prisoners of war landing in New York today said "Gut" and "Gott ...

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  33. ENSURING PEACE.

    LONDON, May 9.—General smuts, Prime Minister of South Africa, and the only surviving member of the Supreme War Council of the last ...

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  34. HOME SECURITY.

    LONDON, May 9.—The Minister of Home Security (Mr Herbert Morrison) in the House of Commons to-day announced the revocation of a ...

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  35. SOVIET WAR LOAN.

    LONDON, May 9.—Today Moscow. radio announced that the fourth Russian war loan of 25,000,000,000 roubles, which opened for ...

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  36. WEATHER REPORTS.

    LONDON, May 9.—For the first time since the outbreak of war it was possible yesterday to tell the world what weather Britain was ...

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  37. NAZIS IN NORWAY.

    LONDON, May 9.—Reuters correspondent in Stockholm says the Norwegians have applied to Sweden for permission to transport 300,000 ...

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