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Thursday, 18 February 1932

Mr HOLLOWAY - That is not so. Sir John Monash recommended that electrical power should be developed at the point of coal production rather than that coal should be brought from other States to the generating plant. The Yallourn scheme was not a waste of money, it was a necessary development of the State's resources, all experts being agreed that the only way to obtain cheap electrical power is to develop it at the source of coal supply.

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