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Wednesday, 25 August 1920

Mr RILEY - As the Prime Minister will not answer my question, I propose to put it through the Minister in charge of shipbuilding.

Mr Hughes - Put the question to me.

Mr RILEY - I am now putting the question to the Minister in charge of shipbuilding.

Mr Hughes - Then you will get no answer.

Mr RILEY - I do not care whether I do so or not.

Mr Hughes - All right.

Mr RILEY - I ask the Minister in charge of shipbuilding what is the proposal of the Government in regard to shipbuilding: is the Government backing and filling in this matter? The Government had better let the public know what is being done.

Mr Hughes - I told the honorable member I would attend to the matter at tea time.

Mr RILEY - That is no answer.

Mr Hughes - It is all the answer you will get.

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