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  4. TRAPPED BY EXPLOSION 468 coalminers feared dead

    SALISBURY, Tuesday (AAP). — An underground explosion is [?]eared to have killed 468 ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. Strike halts rail traffic

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday. — A national rail strike began at midnight tonight. ...

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  7. Aborigines ask Queen to help 'embassy'

    The Aboriginal "embassy" on the lawns opposite Parliament House has asked the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. More aid to Indonesia

    JAKARTA, Tuesday (AAP). — The Australian Prime Minister, Mr McMahon, said in ...

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  9. Soccer match void

    The ACT Soccer Federation management committee has declared null and void the abandoned ...

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  10. Resister arrested at ANU

    Canberra draft resisier Mr Stephen Padgham was arrested last night by two plainclothes ...

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  11. DEFICIT MEASURES Rate increases 'savage' load

    Although there was a considerable deficit, the Government should never attempt to make ...

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  12. Hunt will intervene on hours

    Commonwealth Conciliation and Arbitration Commissioner J. B. Holmes granted leave ...

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  13. River death inquest today

    ADELAIDE, Tuesday. — The Whitington family has been prominent in ...

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    The owner of the Macquarie Newsagcncy, Mr G. B. Buxton, gave $20 worth of fireworks to the ...

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  16. Rural rates

    SYDNEY, Tuesday. —The annual conference of the Shires Association of NSW in Sydney decided ...

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