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Wednesday, 9 March 1932

Mr R GREEN (RICHMOND, NEW SOUTH WALES) - I rise to a point of order. It was agreed during last Parliament that questions on notice and the replies to them should be handed to the Clerk, without being read, and I suggest that the time of the House is now being wasted by the Minister replying at length to a question ostensibly asked without notice though in reality notice was given to the Minister informally. Moreover, questions without notice, should, I suggest, relate to matters of real urgency. The Minister is now making a statement which could only properly be made by leave of the House.

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