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Tuesday, 6 December 1938

Mr GREGORY (SWAN, WESTERN AUSTRALIA) - I draw the attention of the Attorney-General to a circular which was distributed this morning.

It has no date, or address on it, and it contains no signature, but it repeats the allegation that, before leaving England, the Attorney-General gave a promise to certain manufacturers that he would introduce a patents bill under which manufacturers could fix their prices. Has the attention of the Minister been drawn to this circular, and could some action be taken to prevent the circulation among members of statements which are, apparently, entirely devoid of truth.

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