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Thursday, 2 August 1934

Mr LATHAM (Kooyong) (AttorneyGeneral) . - It is proposed to deal first with the Works and Buildings Estimates and then to resume the debate on the Australian Soldiers' Repatriation Bill, after which I hope to make a secondreading speech on the Statute Law Revision Bill. The House will then proceed with the consideration of the Raw Cotton Bounty Bill. Measures still to be introduced are: - South Australia Grant Bill Western Australia Grant Bill, Tasmania Grant Bill, a States Grant Bill, dealing with the £2,000,000 which it is proposed to make available to the States and concerning which honorable members already have some information, Invalid and Oldage Pensions Appropriation Bill, War Pensions Appropriation Bill, Defence Equipment Bill, Supplementary Appropriation Bill and a Supplementary Appropriation (Works and Buildings) Bill. All these measures are incidental to the completion of the work of Parliament. An Income Tax Bill will also be brought down to impose the rate of tax for the current financial year.

Question resolved in the affirmative.

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