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Wednesday, 17 September 1919


Mr BRENNAN - Has the attention of the Minister for Works and Railways been directed to some judicial and, no doubt, judicious observations made by Mr. Justice Powers, in the course of which he pointed out that he was a kind of refugee in Victoria looking for a house in which to administer justice, there being no court-room available for him, and that he would protest to the Government. I address this question to the Minister for Works aud Railways, because in his capacity as Acting Attorney-General he has possibly been more in touch with this matter than any other Minister, and I ask him what is proposed to be done in order that the housing question shall be settled so far as our High Court Justices are concerned ?







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