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Thursday, 10 September 1942

Mr CURTIN - I regret that I am unable to say precisely what was the position in New South Wales yesterday at the Pelton mine or any other mine. I have asked the Minister for Supply and Development (Mr. Beasley) to inform me of the exact position. It is true that the newspapers were put on my table this morning as usual, but, unfortunately, I have not had an opportunity to read them. I should like to emphasize, however, that so far as I know the relevant National Security Regulations have been enforced in all instances where breaches of the law have occurred, and I have no doubt whatever that the Attorney-General will see that that practice, which is also the policy of the Government, is continued.

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