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    A clash between two factions in the A.C.T. Trades and Labour Council ...

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    Mr. Alan Brothers flies high as he puts Cheiken over a jump at the Queanbeyan Show yesterday. He was competing in the V. Rudd and Co. open Olympic Hunt. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. Tiger snake in garden

    A 4ft. 6in. tiger snake—Australia's most venomous snake—was killed in a household garden at Watson yesterday afternoon. The snake was killed ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. Safer system sought for Senate counts

    Commonwealth electoral officers were looking for an improved system of counting Senate votes, the Minister for the Interior, Mr. Anthony, said today. His statement followed widespread criticism of the ...

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  6. Only 300 jobs saved at Mt. Isa

    MT. ISA, Friday.—The last-minute effort by a State Industrial Commissioner, Mr. Harvey, to avert a ...

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  7. 'DOUBLE DOUBLE-CROSS' Defence 'a fraud and a shield'

    GRIFFITH, Friday.—The Leader of the Opposition, Mr. Calwell, accused the Federal Government tonight of a "double double-cross." "We are being double-crossed on defence—and the Government is ...

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  8. Port Kembla unionists expelled from A.L.P.

    SYDNEY, Friday.—The A.L.P. State executive expelled two members of the Port Kembla branch of the Federated Ironworkers' Association from the Labor Party. They were charged by ...

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  9. 'Mad' driving costs £80 and licence

    A man was fined £80 and lost his drivers licence for 12 months in Queanbeyan Court yesterday when convicted on two charges of having driven in a manner ...

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  10. £lm. granted

    The Commonwealth had paid out more than £1 million in home savings grants to 4,000 young married ...

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  12. Mistake in royal X-ray

    LONDON, Friday (A.A. P.).—Because of a mistake in X-raying the Duchess of Gloucester's broken arm, it ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  13. Doctor's fees may rise

    Any rise in doctors' fees in N.S.W. would mean a similar rise in the A.C.T., an Australian Medical ...

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  14. Refused to see funeral

    SYDNEY, Friday.—Gaol escapee Robert Ledbrook, who was recaptured last night, refused to attend his ...

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  15. 5,000 at show

    More than 5,000 people attended the first day of the 1965 Queanbeyan Show yesterday. ...

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  16. A.W.U. man talks of 'coincidence'

    ADELAIDE, Friday.—An Australian Workers' Union organiser said today he believed irregularities in the 1964 A.W.U. ballots at Gawler and Encounter Bay were ...

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  17. Cannot resign: Army officer suspended fourth time

    SYDNEY, Friday.—A Regular Army officer who had tried unsuccessfully to resign his commission was suspended from duty today for the fourth time in three months. He is Lieutenant Gary ...

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  18. TV debate on Vietnam

    Mr. A. D. Fraser (Lab.. Eden-Monaro) and Mr. Dugald Munro will debate "What should be the next ...

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  19. £6,000 bank robbery

    MELBOURNE, Friday—A young bandit' escaped with £6,000 from the A.N.Z. bank in Nicholson Street ...

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