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Wednesday, 25 November 1931


Mr GIBBONS (Calare) .- There seems to be some disturbance in connexion with the appointment to positions of certain persons in Sydney. A certain organization is in operation there, and its plans have been interfered with by the officers of the Commonwealth

Works Department, who are only doing their duty. I wish to give an illustration of the methods adopted by the members of the Lang party in respect of appointments to prominent positions. Take, for instance, the Graves family, which is closely connected with the Lang group.


Mr Eldridge - On a point of order. I submit that the remarks of the honorable member for Calare are distinctly out of order, since they have no bearing on the subject before the Chair.







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