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Thursday, 26 August 1920

The following papers were pre sented : -

Invalid and Old-age Pensions Act - Statement for 1919-20.

Ordered to be printed.

Public Service Act - Department of the Treasury - Promotions of - S.R. Peterson, H. L. Cox, B. Perrin, H. H. Emmett,F. B. Lee, J. V. Hawtin, H. H. Trebilco,R. J. Mair, E. W. Tunks, W.R. Kinane.

War Service Homes Act-Land acquired under, at Daylesford, Victoria.

On the motion of Mr. Hughes, the following papers, laid on the table of the House on the 24th September, 1919, were ordered to be printed : -

Peace Treaty -

Germany -

Rhine Provinces - Declaration by the Governments of the United States of America, Great Britain, and Prance in regard to the occupation of.

Rhine Territories - Agreement between the United States of America, Belgium, the British Empire, and France and Germany with regard to the Military occupation of. Signed at Versailles, 28th June, 1919.

Poland -

Treaty of Peace between the United States of America, the British Empire, France, Italy, and Japan and Poland. Signed at Versailles, 28th June, 1919.

SUPPLY (Formal).

Sugar Distribution - Dependants of Missing Soldiers - Navy Administration : Withdrawal of Jerseys and Blankets : Salute for Naval Board - Disabled Soldiers - Tariff - Export of Scrap Metals - Post and Telegraph Department : Drought Allowance to Mail Contractors: Allowance Offices: Telephone Service: Sydney Telephone Exchange: Supply of Telephone Material: Country Mail Service: Use of Aeroplanes - New South Wales Meteorological Reports - Anzac Tweed Industry - Commercial Aviation - Wireless Telegraphy - Australian Imperial Force: Life Insurance - Permanent Military Forces: Pay of Instructional Staff: Retention of War Rank - Public Service Salaries - War Precautions - Shipping Regulations.

Question - That Mr. Speaker do now leave the chair.

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