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Thursday, 24 November 1927


Mr YATES (Adelaide) (5:13 AM) .In common with other honorable members on this side of the Chamber, I object to the attitude which the Government has adopted, particularly in view of the fact that we have been deprived of the right to discuss private members' business. As the debate on the Estimates is to be curtailed, I shall not have an opportunity of submitting a very strong case in support of necessary assistance being given to soldiers suffering from tuberculosis as a result of war services. They are being ignored by the Government. The Parliament has been in recess for so long a period that if necessary it should sit almost up to Christmas, and meet again immediately after the holidays.

The time allowed for the discussion of themotion havingexpired.







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