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Wednesday, 21 July 1920


Mr HUGHES (BENDIGO, VICTORIA) (Prime Minister) - I have said, in the plainest terms, that all skins and wool from sheep killed after the 30th June last may be exported, but as an Executive meeting has not since been held, the embargo has not been formally removed. I assumed, however, that every one was acting in accordance with my public declaration of the Government's policy. A meeting of the Executive will be held at the earliest moment possible to remove the embargo.







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