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Friday, 13 August 1920


Mr DEPUTY SPEAKER - Order ! I ask the right honorable the Treasurer and the honorable member for Hume not to indulge in personalities.


Mr PARKER MOLONEY (HUME, NEW SOUTH WALES) - If the Treasurer would only take the Prime Minister away for the week-end and have a good talk with him, I believe good would result.


Mr Considine - What has the honorable member against the Treasurer to suggest that he should be punished in that way?


Mr PARKER MOLONEY (HUME, NEW SOUTH WALES) - Well, there is something in that. I have respect for the Treasurer, and perhaps I should not suggest leaving him for the week-end in the Prime Minister's company; but I would be glad if he would take the. Prime Minister away and give him the advice he sorely needs to enable him to return to conduct the business of this Chamber in a more conciliatory manner.







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