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Friday, 13 August 1920

Sir JOSEPH COOK (PARRAMATTA, NEW SOUTH WALES) (Treasurer) - The honorable member having brought the matter under my notice, I at once rang up the Commodore of the Fleet, and I have since been informed that the trouble has been remedied. If further complaints are made, I hope that the honorable member will forward them. Our Fleet should not be a nuisance in any harbor ; indeed, those in control of it should set an example to private ship-owners. That is the view of the Naval Board and the Commodore as well.

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