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Tuesday, 11 May 1920


Mr BRUCE (FLINDERS, VICTORIA) - Has an arrangement been made between the Commonwealth and Victorian Governments regarding the proclamation of public holidays during the visit of the Prince of Wales? The Telephone Department is communicating with business houses to ascertain what they intend to do, so that the Department may arrange to release as many telephonists as possible during the Prince's visit.


Sir JOSEPH COOK (PARRAMATTA, NEW SOUTH WALES) (Minister for the Navy) - So far as I know, nothing has been done in the matter, though it would be well to come to some arrangement. Perhaps some one is concerning himself about the matter.







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