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Thursday, 18 February 1932

Mr SPEAKER - I hardly think that the honorable member's remarks come within the bounds of a personal explanation. If he has been misrepresented he is entitled to make an explanation.

Dr MALONEY - A mistake has been made, and I wish to apologize to an honorable member who has been unjustly treated in consequence of something that I said.

Mr SPEAKER - I am sure that the honorable member can do so in such a way that his remarks will be in accordance with the Standing Orders.

Dr MALONEY - I desire to apologize to the honorable member for Hindmarsh, who was sitting directly in front of me when I made the remark to which attention has been drawn. I did not include the honorable member in what I said. He has always been sympathetic towards me, and was so yesterday.

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