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Thursday, 1 July 1920

Mr FENTON asked the AttorneyGeneral, upon notice -

1.   Is it a fact that cases are being held up in connexion with the Arbitration Court on account of a Court not being available for hearing these cases?

2.   Is it a fact that representatives of the Federated Public Service Assistants and Australian Letter-carriers Associations were officially advised by the Industrial Registrar to be ready for hearing on the 17th May last, and, after repeated applications to the Registrar, were informed that he could not give any idea as to when the case would be heard?

3.   Is it a fact that the holding up of these cases entails great expense on the organizations referred to?

4.   Will the Attorney-General inform the House when Mr. Justice Starke will take up duty as Deputy President of the Arbitration Court? iia!

5.   W|ill the Attorney-General state whether there is any reason, other than that no Court is available, why Mr. Justice Starke does not take up duty as Deputy President of the Arbitration Court?

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