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Wednesday, 14 October 1931


Mr WHITE (BALACLAVA, VICTORIA) - As a tribute to a great Australian, and because it is an excellent example of the work of Australia's greatest sculptor, will the Minister for Home Affairs have the bronze bust which was presented to the Commonwealth by the late Sir Bertram Mackennal, and is now on the Commonwealth-avenue, removed from its present unsuitable position to a more appropriate one? Also, will he see that it is properly titled, so that the public may appreciate this work, and understand the sculptor's symbolism, which expresses his revulsion from war?







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