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  2. Former POW Return by Oranje

    FATHER AND SON MET FOR THE FIRST TIME when Cpl H. J. Harvey, of Yarragon, returned to his family by hospital ship Oranje yesterday. He is shown with Barbara, Harry, and his wife. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    CROWDS LINED THE ROUTE to cheer sick Victorianswho were disembarked from the hospital ship oranje after her arrival in Melbourne yesterday morning. Some of the Red Cross transports are shown arriving at Heidelberg Hospital with the patients. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    LIBERATED VICTORIAN PRISONERS WHO RETURNED BY ORANJE were in great spirits when they arrived at Heidelberg Hospital. It was a tonic just to be back on their home soil again. Some of the men are shown j waving to friends while waiting for bed allotments. Right: Major H. Watson bought 300 orchids in Sydney for his wife, and nursed them carefully until he reached Melbourne. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    AUSTRALIANS ENJOYED WATCHING THE JAPANESE WORK FOR ACHANGE when enemy troopse were made to Put their back, into it at Changi camp, Singapore. The Japanese, however, worked only from 9 to 5, Whereas our men were kept on the job from dawn to dusk. (Picture by Norman Smith, staff photographer THE ARGUS, who is in Singapore.) ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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