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Friday, 5 May 1939


Mr Rankin (BENDIGO, VICTORIA) n asked the Minister for Defence, upon notice -

Will any parts of the report of the InspectorGeneral of the Australian Military Forces be made available to honorable members? If so when?


Mr Street -Press statements have been issued on those sections of the report that can be made public. These have been reproduced in pamphlet form, and will be circulated to honorable members by the Publicity Officer.

Aeroplane Landing Grounds on Blue Mountains and at Ballarat.

Mr.clark asked the Minister for Civil Aviation, upon notice -

1.   Has his attention been directed to the verdict of the coroner who inquired into the deaths of R. H. Julius and C. E. Stumbles in an aeroplane crash in the Megalong Valley on the 28th January, to which was added a rider thata landing ground should be provided on the Blue Mountains, preferably at Katoomba ?

2.   If not, will he obtain a copy of the coroner's rider with a view to considering the establishment of such a landing ground?


Mr Fairbairn n. - I am giving consideration to the honorable member's questions, and I shall make considered replies at the earliest possible opportunity.


Mr Pollard (BALLAARAT, VICTORIA) asked the Minister for Civil Aviation, upon notice -

1.   Have the necessary arrangements between the Commonwealth and Victorian Governments been completed regarding the utilization of an area of land on the Ballarat Common for an emergency aeroplane landingground ?

2.   If so, when is it expected that the necessary work will be commenced?

3.   What is the nature of the work to be carried out?

4.   What is the estimated cost of the work?

5.   When is it expected that the work will be completed?


Mr Fairbairn n. - I am giving consideration to the honorable member's questions, and I shall make considered replies at the earliest possible opportunity.







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