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Tuesday, 8 March 1932

Mr PROWSE (Forrest) .-.! understand that under a new standing order it was decided to economize time by having replies to questions on notice handed to the member concerned, instead of being read out in this House. Over a fortnight ago I placed on the notice-paper what I conceived to be an important question ; but the Prime Minister has not yet answered it. It is in the public interest that it should be answered. It deals with the comparative relationship between the trade prosperity of New Zealand and Australia. I have spoken to the Prime Minister twice on the matter, and hope that, no further delay will occur.

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