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    Leaning forward, her face set with concentration, Mrs. J. Morgan, of Braidwood, wheels her horse around the drum in the senior flag race at the annual Queanbeyan Show at the Queanbeyan Showground on Saturday to take first prize. Report, Page 3; pictures, results, Page 12. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. First dollars in circulation in a year

    Australian banks Mill begin issuing decimal currency on February 14, 1966—a year from yesterday. Details of the changeover were given yesterday by the Treasurer, Mr. Holt, who said the timetable set was going to schedule. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. D.L.P. sets terms for new deal with A.L.P.

    MELBOURNE, Sunday.—The Democratic Labour Party would be prepared to discuss reconciliation with the Australian Labor Party if the A.L.P. developed a new leadership or Federal control, the D.L.P. Federal executive said today. ...

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  7. Primate's unity formula

    SYDNEY, Sunday. —The Anglican Primate of Australia, Dr. Gough, today ...

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  8. KOREA WAR LESSON Peking threatens to intervene in Vietnam

    TOKYO, Sunday (A.A.P.).—Communist China threatened yesterday to intervene in the war in Vietnam. A Chinese Government statement said the American raids on North Vietnam gave the Hanoi Government the right to strike "counterblows" ...

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  10. No play worthy of prize

    No award has been made in section one of the Canberra Day play competition and the judges considered ...

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  11. Baby boy drowned

    The body of Timothy Moffitt. 3½, was recovered from Tilba Lake near Bega late yesterday. ...

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  12. Kuala Lumpur quiet; many arrested

    KUALA LUMPUR, Sunday (A.A.P.-Reuter).—Police continued arresting Leftwing opposition leaders and supporters in riot-disturbed Kuala Lumpur today, but the ...

    Article : 321 words
  13. Fringe benefits

    KUALA LUMPUR, Sunday (A.A.P.-Reuter).—South Vietnam is trying to boost her tourist trade. "Come to Vietnam" tourist advertisements, with the slogan "for your next vacation...something ...

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    Three Canberra building trades and unions have threatened the A.C.T. Master Builders' Association ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    LONDON, Sunday (A.A. P.-Reuter).—Britain's dentists added a new threat to the nation's health services ...

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