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Tuesday, 23 November 1965

Mr McMAHON - The wool stores dispute, which was mainly confined to the State of Victoria, has been settled and the men have gone back to work in accordance with the directions issued by the Conciliation Commissioner. That is the position at the moment. I have no knowledge at all as to whether the union intends to take further industrial action. However, I stress that the action taken was contrary to the decision of the Federal Executive of the Federated Storemen and Packers Union of Australia. I hope that the Union and, if necessary, the Australian Council of Trade Unions, will be able to control the Victorian Branch of the Union in the future.

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