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Friday, 20 July 1917

Mr JENSEN (BASS, TASMANIA) (Minister for Trade and Customs) - The answer to the honorable member's question is as follows :

The exports, according to country of destination, of wool tops during the period in which bounty was existent, viz., 1st January, 1908, to 31st December, 1915, were: -


Includes 1,479,750 lbs. on which bounty was not claimed or paid. commonwealth line of steam-Ships.

Mr higgs asked the Prime Minister, upon notice -

Having reference to his reply to a question asked on the 1st March of this year, viz., that as early as possible a Bill to legalize the expenditure of £2,066,000 on a Government line of steam-ships would be introduced as early as possible, when does he propose to introduce the said Bill?

Mr hughes - The Government will let the honorable member know their intention as soon as possible.

OIL production. .

Encouragement by Bounty: Production at Newnes.

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