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Thursday, 30 April 1942

Mr MORGAN - I ask you, Mr. Speaker, whether you have observed that throughout the last twelve months the notice-paper of this House has contained items of business which, because of the lapse of time and changed circumstances, have become dead for all practical purposes? I refer, in particular, to a notice of motion by the honorable member for Werriwa (Mr. Lazzarini) concerning military camps; a notice of motion by the honorable member for Hindmarsh (Mr. Makin) concerning equal pay for the sexes, and an order of the day for the resumption of the debate on a motion by the honorable member for Ballarat (Mr. Pollard) in relation to the Apple and Pear Marketing Board. In view of the need to conserve manpower, ink and paper, will you, sir, ascertain whether steps can be taken to delete these items?

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