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Thursday, 16 November 1939


Mr Green (KALGOORLIE, WESTERN AUSTRALIA) n asked the Acting Minister for Air, upon notice -

When is it proposed to proceed with the construction of the radio and meteorological building and the septic tank sanitation at the Geraldton aerodrome mentioned in the letter of the 12th July from the Minister to the Town Clerk at Geraldton?


Mr Holt - The information is being obtained.

Movements of Public Servants between Canberra and Melbourne.


Mr BARNARD (BASS, TASMANIA) d asked the Prime Minister, upon notice -

1.   How many public servants have been transferred to Melbourne since the 1st September,1939, giving their classification?

2.   What has been the cost of taking public servants, other than those transferred, to and from Canberra and Melbourne in the same period ?

3.   How many public servants, showing their classification, have been taken to and from Canberra and Melbourne during the same period?


Mr Menzies - The information is being obtained and will be made available at as early a date as possible.







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