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Friday, 19 May 1939


Mr SPEAKER - I remind honorable members that it is irregular to pursue n question in this way. These frequent interrogations as to the reasons which actuated the Government in this matter are unnecessary, because I think that the Minister has already replied to the question fully. I ask honorable members not to try to bait the Minister.


Mr PRICE - I wish to help him. I desire to know if there are special reasons why a second inquiry is considered desirable. Is it because the representatives of the British industries have asked that this be done?


Mr JOHN LAWSON (MACQUARIE, NEW SOUTH WALES) - I thank the honorable gentleman for his proffered assistance, but remind him that I have already given the information that he seeks.







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