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Tuesday, 17 July 1906


Mr FRAZER (KALGOORLIE, WESTERN AUSTRALIA) - I should like to ask the Prime Minister a question with reference to the statements made by the Premier of New South Wales, and reported in the recordsof the Conference of State Premiers recently held in Sydney. Mr. Carruthers, speaking on the subject of the Federal Capital, is reported to have said-

I do not like the idea of a " stringy-bark " capital, but there is no necessity.

Mr. Bent.Why not adopt the idea of ten years in each place - Sydney and Melbourne?







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