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Thursday, 22 October 1931


Mr JAMES (Hunter) .Some time ago I referred to the contract for the supply of coal for Parliament House, and, from information which had come into my possession, I referred to a gentleman named Sweetnam as an undischarged bankrupt. I am now informed that Mr. Sweetnam is not an undischarged bankrupt, and I desire to express my regret for having done him an injustice.


Mr Gullett - Can the Prime Minister say whether there is likely to be any change in the order of business which he communicated to the House last night? Are we likely to suspend the present sittings this afternoon?







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